The Alt-Right (a term coined by Richard Spencer), which has been hiding under the surface, waiting to strike, has seen tremendous gains over the last year. Due in no small part to Donald Trump’s ferocious shift of the Overton Window, who is making it ok for the first time in recent memory to not be completely on board with demographic-destroying levels of immigration.
We’ve seen terror attacks typically reserved for third-world hell-holes rear its ugly head in the west, as over a million fighting age men enter the continent of Europe. In the wake of these tragedies, our respected leaders tell us that our outrage and anger are racist and that our emotions are not a reasonable response to the violent attacks.
The good news is that you’re going to be ok, if you decide to be. Everything that happens to you from this point on is your responsibility. The load is uncomfortable to bear at first, and will always chaff just ever so slightly. That’s to remind you what’s at stake, what you have to lose. I’m here to tell you that despite what your teachers and guidance counselors have tried to indoctrinate in you, you deserve what you’ve built. Whether it is a paltry 2-bedroom home or a sprawling estate, it is yours, and damn anyone that would take it from you.
The good news is that just by deciding that we’re worth fighting for, we win. Donald Trump isn’t going to save America and Bad Vlad Putin isn’t going to save the White Race.
Trump, is after all, just a barometer. Trump is the change in pressure as the clouds thicken and the sky darkens. Trump is the shadow of GOP leadership cowardice. Trump is the response to the mewling, weak congressmen, more afraid of the press than their own constituents. Seven years of Obamas, McConnells, Reids, Clintons, Boehners, and a whole lot of Americans are ready to say, “Yeah, ok, fuck this” and elect Donald Trump to leader of the free world. President Trump might not solve all of our problems, but he will at least let us solve a few of them ourselves.
What if Trump doesn’t make it to the summit? What if, like Icarus, he flies too close to the sun, only to be humbled? In that case, we win. If Trump does not win, that means at least four more years of Clintons at worst, and four years of Cruz at best.
If the American people are ready to elect Donald Trump the White House after the last seven years of chicanery, what will they be ready to do after another five of the same?