Friday, January 5, 2018

Trump, Bannon, Der Movement, and the Crazy and Bitter Ted Sallis

Right again…and again…and again…

Long time readers of this blog know that I have been critical of Trump for a long time, labeling him during the campaign as a vulgar and ignorant buffoon, a beta race cuck, a fraud, and a person who very clearly showed signs that he really want to be President. This post from October 2016 sums it up (emphasis added):

But, no, just like Der Movement that adores him, Trump is an incompetent affirmative action case, with no restraint or long-term strategic thinking. Some leftist criticisms of Trump are correct: he is intellectually and temperamentally unfit to be President.  But, Clinton is far more unfit, and, anyway, I’m not going to vote for Trump because I think he would be a good President.  I support Trump solely to send a message, solely to unleash the dogs of chaos, solely to throw a monkey wrench into the creaking machinery of the multicultural consensus. What we need more of: misery, despair, hatred, anger, distrust, racial and cultural balkanization; these are all things growing as a result of Fat Don’s unapologetic politically incorrect civic nationalism coupled to SJW hysteria and Colored entitlement.  

Let’s be honest though: Trump the man is a disaster, easily the worst general campaign candidate in my lifetime.  I’ve never seen such a combination of joyful ignorance, in-your-face laziness, unpreparedness, delusion, inability to learn from mistakes, the hysterical lack of restraint one would expect from one of Trump’s Negro friends (or even worse: a swarthoid Afrowop) – what is this Trump?  He’s a goddamn embarrassment.
And if the Trump lovers think I am being too harsh on their hero, consider the following. When Trump eschewed doing a mock debate, we were assured that he was being adequately prepped by his advisers while riding the campaign plane, advisers who were imploring Trump not to let himself be baited and side-tracked by Clinton.  And look what happened. What an idiot.
I do wonder what those psychologists told Clinton on how to handle Trump. Maybe something like this: “This guy Trump deep down really does not want to be President, he doesn’t want the responsibility, and he doesn’t want to give up his lifestyle.  He went into it for his ego, because he was angry at Obama.  But he is inwardly rebelling against becoming President, which is why he is constantly sabotaging himself.  All you need to do is set him up to self-destruct and he’ll inevitably detonate in an explosion of unrestrained tweets.”
Despite all of this, Trump can still win: after all, Clinton is also a historically terrible candidate and there’s lots of anger out there in White America.  But, let’s “keep it real” – anyone who says that Trump is “the last chance of White America” is more of an idiot than is Trump himself.

Note that I was correct about the chaos that Trump would bring.  Just look at 2017.

Der Movement’s take on Trump was quite different.  To the quota queens, Trump was “the last chance for White America,” an alpha male hero, The God Emperor, an American Caesar and we are fearful he may actually stabilize the corrupt System since he’ll be so good, someone who will enact real pro-White demographic change, a master of 4-D chess, having Sessions as Attorney General alone is worth Trump’s victory (that before Trump started feuding with Sessions and the Trump fanboys suddenly decided Sessions was a “boomer cuck”), Bannon will really get things moving for us (before Bannon was fired and the Trump-Bannon feud heated up, solidifying the power of the Jarvanka Jewish Globalist faction in the Trump administration), In Trump We Trust…well, you get the picture.

Recently, there have been some interesting revelations, based on a new book, which has led to the anti-Bannonism of Trump [Note: Bannon is an idiot himself for making the comments he did.  Notice how the Left never acts like these juvenile, retarded “rightists”].

Based on my reading of Trump, I believe that most of the “revelations” that follows are true.  Let’s look at these and compare them to the views of Trump of Sallis vs. Der Movement.  In all cases, emphasis added.



"I’ve known Steve Bannon a long time. If I thought he was a racist or alt-right or any of the things, the terms we could use, I wouldn’t even think about hiring him," Trump told reporters who questioned Bannon's white nationalist following on November 26, 2016.

Gee, so much for the Alt Right having great influence in The God Emperor Administration.

In February, Bannon was dubbed "The Great Manipulator" and the "second most powerful man in the world" on the cover of Time magazine. Later that month, a campaign titled "postcards to President Bannon" was initiated, joking that the Breitbart native was the real head of state.

Two months later, Bannon was removed from the National Security Council.
"I am my own strategist," Trump told the New York Post in April. He then told the Wall Street Journal that Bannon was just "a guy who works for me."

Hey, I thought Bannon in power was a crowning achievement for the Trump Presidency.

After the white supremacist protests in Charlottesville, Virginia, in August, Trump defended Bannon by saying: "I like Mr. Bannon. He is a friend of mine ... He is a good man. He is not a racist. I can tell you that. He is a good person ... We’ll see what happens with Mr. Bannon."

Note to Alt Right: According to Trump, being a “racist” and being a “good person” are completely incompatible, completely orthogonal.  Cuckadoodledoo!  All Hail the God Emperor!  Hail Kek!  Pepe!  Pepe!


According to Wolff, Trump didn’t want to become president. The ultimate goal of his bid for the White House was to become a “martyr” to Hillary Clinton and to become “the most famous man in the world.”

For those involved in his campaign, the goal was to lose by as small a margin as possible and then, after November, parlay their raised national profiles into bigger and better opportunities.
“His daughter Ivanka and son-in-law Jared would be international celebrities,” Wolff wrote. “Steve Bannon would become the de facto head of the Tea Party movement. Kellyanne Conway would be a cable news star. Melania Trump, who had been assured by her husband that he wouldn’t become president, could return to inconspicuously lunching. Losing would work out for everybody. Losing was winning.”

Gee, that sounds familiar.  It’s almost as it some Far Right blogger actually suggested back in October 2016 that Trump really didn’t want to actually be elected President.  

With no desire to win the White House, Trump had little plan for how to proceed with his post-election transition. Ailes, a longtime friend and confidante, recommended former House Speaker John Boehner to serve as his chief of staff. To which Trump replied: “Who’s that?”

Ignorant as in Vulgar Ignorant Buffoon.

According to Wolff, even Trump’s daughter has mocked his hair privately to friends and associates:

“She often described the mechanics behind it to friends: an absolutely clean pate — a contained island after scalp-reduction ­surgery — surrounded by a furry circle of hair around the sides and front, from which all ends are drawn up to meet in the center and then swept back and secured by a stiffening spray. The color, she would point out to comical effect, was from a product called Just for Men — the longer it was left on, the darker it got. Impatience resulted in Trump’s orange-blond hair color.”

Buffoon as in Vulgar Ignorant Buffoon.



11. As a candidate, Trump had no interest in learning about the Constitution, which he knew very little about. “I got as far as the Fourth Amendment, before his finger is pulling down on his lip and his eyes are rolling back in his head,” said Sam Nunberg, a former adviser to the Trump campaign.

Ignorant as in Vulgar Ignorant Buffoon.

16. Trump never reads. “He didn’t process information in any conventional sense. He didn’t read. He didn’t really even skim. Some believed that for all practical purposes he was no more than semiliterate,” the book says. 

Ignorant as in Vulgar Ignorant Buffoon.


17. Trump would mention getting in bed with other women. “Trump liked to say that one of the things that made life worth living was getting your friends’ wives into bed,” the book claims.

Vulgar as in Vulgar Ignorant Buffoon.  I’m sure the Gamester-Roissy crowd thinks that this behavior is wonderfully “alpha” – to me, to the extent this is true, it shows that Trump is a moral turd, a despicable human being.


19. The president's lifestyle followed many unusual routines. "If he was not having his 6:30 dinner with Steve Bannon, then, more to his liking, he was in bed by that time with a cheeseburger, watching his three screens and making phone calls," the book says.

No comment.

Some may think that the well-balanced (not crazy and bitter) Ted is insufferable, but when you are right, you are right, and pointing out the track record of this blog vs. Der Movement is perfectly defensible when making points about the latter’s incompetence and undeserved support.

Meanwhile, all you “movement” rank-and-file continue to support all the “leaders” who are wrong time and again, idiots who once again fell for the “man on white horse syndrome.”  What we have in Der Movement is a form of reverse natural selection” you guys support the failed, the botched, the incompetent, while spurning those who have the good sense to understand things before they are obvious to the unwashed masses.