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Thursday, October 25, 2018

Nationalism saved this country

"A globalist is a person that wants the globe to do well, frankly, not caring about our country so much. And you know what? We can't have that. You know, they have a word. It sort of became old-fashioned. It's called a nationalist. And I say, really, we're not supposed to use that word. You know what I am? I'm a nationalist, OK? I'm a nationalist. Nationalist. Use that word."

-- President Donald John Trump
October 22, 2018

The press reaction was as predictable and as insipid as you would expect.

Chris Cillizza at CNN wrote, "The roots of Adolf Hitler's rise were built around his emphasis on extreme nationalism -- the idea that the only way Germany could be great again was to seize onto the superiority of the German people and drive out those across Europe who refused to acknowledge that superiority."

Trump is Hitler. Again. It's as if Cillizza were an NPC programmed to respond: Hitler.

Never mind that President Trump has no brownshirts. Democrats do.

Never mind that President Trump has not spied on reporters. Obama did.

Never mind that President Trump has not politicized government law enforcement. Obama did.

Nationalism built this country. Manifest Destiny made ours a bicoastal empire that turned the Great American Desert east of the Rockies into a breadbasket.

Nationalism saved the nation from splintering into confederacies and individual states. President Lincoln united the North in the Civil War by reminding them that our nation is founded on the principle of a government of, by, and for the people.

Nationalism won World War II. The French fought for six weeks, then gave up most of their country to the Germans.

That is the globalism.

Winston Churchill rallied the British, who stood alone and gave England its finest hour.

We fought the Japanese and the Germans (and Italy) under the 48-star American Flag.

We went to the moon not because it was easy but because we are Americans.

The days after his brief but fierce Day of Infamy speech, President Franklin Roosevelt gave a fireside chat, in which he said, "We are now in the midst of a war, not for conquest, not for vengeance, but for a world in which this Nation, and all that this Nation represents, will be safe for our children. We expect to eliminate the danger from Japan, but it would serve us ill if we accomplished that and found that the rest of the world was dominated by Hitler and Mussolini.

"We are going to win the war and we are going to win the peace that follows."

And we did.

FDR was a nationalist. CNN would call him Hitler today.

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28 comments:

  1. FDR was a Nationalist. President Yeti is a White Nationalist. Of course, his illegal immigrant globalism wife didn't get the memo with her catwalk tour of Africa.

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    1. Son, if brains were gunpowder you couldn't blow your nose.

      -Mikey NTH

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    2. You can always spot a Leftist. They are obsessed with skin color. Okay, I'll play.

      Why do you hate white people? Yes, Trump is white. So am I. Can't we be good, patriotic Americans too? Why do you insist on making us second-class citizens?

      Your racist views are really inappropriate in the 21st Century.

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    3. Would that be Megyn Kelly "q" boy you are referencing?

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    4. We already know what it is like having a black nationalist for president. Time to balance the scale.

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    5. Every President in history of this country was a Nationalist except Barack Hussein Obama.

      - Mark Levin, October 23, 2018

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    6. Let’s be clear - the Black Jesus’ ultimate aim was to be President of the World. Barack Hussein Obama, mmm mmm mmm would be heard in every schoolroom on all seven continents as well as the 57 United States.

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  2. Hitler and the Nazis were National SOCIALISTS. The National Socialist German Workers Party. I am a nationalist, and a Patriot, but not a socialist. - Elric

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    1. Communists hate people who think for themselves and they desire to put words in your mouth that are not there

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  3. Imagine what a hack you have to be to work for CNN.

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    1. No insight required

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    2. You don't have to imagine, hold your nose and turn on CNN anytime and any day and you too can see the clown squad.
      Look in the dictionary under "Media Hack" and find the CNN staff photos

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  4. Imagine a global democracy. We surrender our independence and sovereignty to become part of one big planetary nation.

    Suddenly, the former United States is outvoted by China, India, and Russia. We'll be like a small state in the Electoral College. The dominant culture of this new nation will likely not be Western Civilization. We will have to take lessons to learn the dominant language.

    Do you think our grandchildren will appreciate what we did?

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  5. "President Trump has not politicized government law enforcement." Absolutely false!

    Trump has attacked Jeff Sessions, Rod Rosenstein, Bob Mueller, Jim Comey, Andy McCabe, Pete Strzok, Lisa Page, Bruce Ohr, Sally Yates, James Rybicki, James A. Baker and Preet Bharara - just to name some prominent players.

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    1. How is criticism politicizing law enforcement?
      Has he bugged political opponents?
      Had he let a felonious secretary of state walk?
      The refusal of Yates and Bharara to resign as part of a peaceful transition of power is indefensible.

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    2. Except for Bharara, all of the people on that list (even Mueller) are or were members of the Executive Branch for which Trump has the ultimate responsibility of supervision. Their power is not their own; their power is delegated to them by and through the President. As president, Tump has the Article II authority to supervise them, criticize them, and even fire them. That's the way the system works. When the President supervises the people who work under him for the nation, he's not politicizing the government: he's doing the job for which he was elected.

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    3. Actually Bharara also served at the pleasure of the president. Hence Trump's ability to fire him.

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    4. Interesting that you complain he attacked the ones who politicized their positions and attempted a coup of a Constitutionally elected official.
      Kinda sucks when your Saul Alinsky tactics get turned on you, don't it?

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    5. Fly, I thought we’d gotten ridden of you. But no - like a stink bug you remained hiding in a small crack.

      BTW, the Demmiie Party of Berkeley County are having a free lunch today in Martinsburg. Man, that Soros/Steyer money is never ending. Some discussion at Berkeley GOP HQ yesterday on whether or not this constituted a campaign violation. But LiCommies don’t give a fook about laws, do they?

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    6. Do you understand English?
      Are you just ranting because you didn't have the mental capacity to understand the question?
      Are you just a liberal SJW looking to waste some time in your momma's basement until she get you lunch?

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  6. Barfly letting her Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome do her talking for her. Better lay off the sauce, honey.

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  7. Nationalism is like salt. A dash of it can really bring out the zing in a meal; too much and it's ruined. And there is a very fine line between the two. In any event, I'm tired of "nationalist" being used as an insult. Adolph Hitler was a German nationalist. Mohandas Gandhi was an Indian nationalist. In addition to the many things they had in common (ardent vegetarianism, etc.), they were devoted nationalists for their respective countries.

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    1. That's a pretty feeble analogy.

      A nation is as it's citizens define it to be.

      Nation's whose citizens submit to being ruled by dictatorships, of whatever assinine political form is effective at inducing said submission, define their nation as such.

      The Constitutional Republic of the United States of America is, as it has been, unique from it's inception.

      ALL other nations have yet to approach this.

      MOST other nations are so far from this that America has and will always be that beacon of sanity which the truly sincere immigrants yearn for.

      The schmucks who come here for the benefits of either being exploited or to avail themselves of the opportunities to commit a wide variety of criminal activities, are proof of just how shitty their nations of origin are.

      Your feeble analogy is, at best, pitiful.

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  8. What is so fucking hilarious is that, but for President Trump NOT being remotely akin to adolf the dead guy, what the fuck do these knuckleheads think would be happening?

    The answer to that question is that these blithering, blathering, babbling retards would be as relevant as the mystery of what ever happened to what's his name, no one's seen or heard from him for who knows how long......and this times thousands.....

    Yep, they scream and rant about freedom of speech and, being assholes, attempt to shovel their shit down everyone's throat.

    If these idiots ever get any serious traction, that traction will propel them into the inferno of MAGA don't play with shit, MAGA flushes it into the sewer where it belongs.

    Sorry, dumbass democrat scammers, no time out corner, no free binky, no nanny to kick, nope, just MAGA men and women honestly earning their daily bread.

    Fuck with that and you won't survive the spanking.

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  9. "I believe that a man must be a good patriot before he can be, and as the only possible way of being, a good citizen of the world. Experience teaches us that the average man who protests that his international feeling swamps his national feeling, that he does not care for his country because he cares so much for mankind, in actual practice proves himself the foe of mankind; that the man who says that he does not care to be a citizen of any one country, because he is the citizen of the world, is in fact usually and exceedingly undesirable citizen of whatever corner of the world he happens at the moment to be in. In the dim future all moral needs and moral standards may change; but at present, if a man can view his own country and all others countries from the same level with tepid indifference, it is wise to distrust the man who can take the same dispassionate view of his wife and mother. However broad and deep a man’s sympathies, however intense his activities, he need have no fear that they will be cramped by love of his native land.”"--Teddy Roosevelt

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  10. I'd have preferred "patriot" and patriotism, as in love of country.
    But nationalism, America First, is what Trump is about, and is the policy he's following. And it's doing good.

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