Donald Trump recently ordered the launching of missiles against Syria in response to a dubious gas attack against Syrian children by its President, Bashar al-Assad. Even if it was a real chemical attack by Assad, bombing Syria went against Trump’s “America first” campaign promise to avoid another neoconservative Middle East boondoggle.

I want to highlight two responses to Trump’s decision. The first is from Quintus Curtius  (permalink):

It was natural that there would be a wish that Trump would be completely different from what came before him. I was skeptical, given his history, his character, and his words. But I was willing to give him a chance to see what he might do.

But to me it’s now clear that he’s not much different from all the others. At the end of the day, it’s just business as usual. Maybe a better analogy would be: Trump is flying by the seat of his pants. He’s an “ad hoc” president. He has no real fixed, deeply-held belief system. He’s an opportunist who’s out for himself and his family. He’s a thin-skinned egoist, lacking any real depth of character. He doesn’t read, has no curiosity about the world, and has the attention span of a ferret on a double-espresso. He’ll say and do anything at the moment to satisfy whatever whim needs to be taken care of.

Clinton would have been just as bad.

There’s been way too much projection of our own wishes and desires on to this president. Instead of looking and seeing what’s right before your eyes, we tend to see what we want to see.

When you say, “Well, then what hope is there for anything, then, if he’s just like all the others?”

My answer is the same as it has always been:

Stop looking to political figures to solve your problems or to advance you in life. You’re on your own, and always have been. No one is going to save you. What we need are spiritual revolutions—upheavals of the soul—and not political revolutions. These political “leaders” are all owned by big business and foreign governments. They hate you and want to see you marginalized and sent to oblivion. Trump is not your savior. He doesn’t give a damn about anyone but himself and his family.

Look to yourselves. The truth lies within you. It does not lie outside you. And it definitely does not lie in Trump.

In this era of lies, hypocrisy, and false “god emperors” (what a bloody sham), the only solution is to turn away from the evil and elevate yourself. Improve yourself. You now have to be bigger, better, stronger, faster, and tougher than ever before. You have to be stronger now than you ever thought you could be. Because we have all been sold out and left by the wayside. But they underestimate us…our power and your power. When the time is right, the dividend of all your hard work will be paid. But the road will be long, bitter, and full of despair along the way. You need to dig deep now.

Our renaissance begins only when this point is truly understood.

The second response is from RVF member Neo:

I was angry today because of this. I didn’t support Trump for the country to get involved in pointless wars.

I never cared to even vote before Trump, and every politician I’ve seen or met has been sleazy, just like nearly every corporate executive.

I do know this; I’ve become an angrier person by following national politics so closely. I understood the cause, I began shifting from an internal to an external locus of control.

I don’t recommend we bury our heads in the sand and ignore the issues we face.

What I’m going to do however is transition to focus on the sphere I can actually influence. My friends, my community, people I care about. That’s what most of us I believe deep down are here for. A sense of community with like minded men.

At the end of the day you must be your own salvation. There is nobody, not Trump, not anyone that you shouldn’t trust in more than yourself. If you believe in a higher power then know that part of them is in you.

It’s like a story I remember from my old priest…

A terrible storm was approaching a man’s house. He sees it’s dangerous and they are warning to evacuate. He says: “No, I will stay God will save me.”

As the storm came his neighbors began to leave and offered him a ride in their car. He said: “No, God will save me.”

The flood got so bad he had to climb to his rooftop, he sees a helicopter drop a ladder he says: “No, God will save me.”

Finally the storm sweeps him away and he dies. When he’s in heaven he asks:

“Father why didn’t you save me?” God replies. “I sent you a warning, a car, and a helicopter, what more did you need?”

Trump is not the savior of Western Civilization and he never was.

I did a podcast three months ago that echoed their sentiments on how our individual behavior is more important than counting on politicians to act in a way that we want.

I won’t take the step to disavow Trump because I was not counting on him to aid me. My only expectation is that he doesn’t attack men in a way that Hillary definitely would have. With Princess Ivanka in his ear, however, I’m not sure if that will hold true in the next four years. I’ll wait and see.

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  1. sean April 8, 2017 at 10:35 am

    Fuck Trump. I worked my ass off down here in Florida to help the son of bitch liar get elected. I went to over 4 of his rallies and believed in his America first lies. I’ve never felt so betrayed in my entire life. I put so much energy and time into this man. I even threw printed out emails all over the place at Hillary’s campaign hq office down here in Tampa FL. All for what? Nothing. So pissed

    1. disqus_2015ScorpioWater April 8, 2017 at 11:12 am

      You forgot how much influence the “Deep State” aka Zionist Jews have over America. You live in Florida, a state with one of the largest Jewish populations. Notice that American Jews publicly state they oppose Trump, but Israeli Jews support him. What is the reality is that in private many more Jews in America support Trump than the media would have you believe.
      Notice how even the Democrats and MSNBC is saying great things about Trump. Brian Williams thought the air strike was “beautiful”. What is so beautiful about a bunch of missiles launched at some third world country?
      Beautiful is great jobs, social mobility, safe cities and schools.

    2. disqus_2015ScorpioWater April 8, 2017 at 11:15 am

      In 2020, you are going to work to get another one elected. From the Syria actions, it seems now Trump will be a one term deal. Also Trump is all about media image, he saw the images from Syria, and it was played all over the national news, his numbers on domestic issues are tanking. So he decided to fight a “good war”.
      There are so many similarities between Trump and Bush Senior. One being is that both will wind up not getting a second term. Remember the first Iraq War? It was heavily supported by both sides because Iraq at the time invaded Kuwait. Now toppling Assad is going to be another bipartisan war, of course, the domestic issues will be left simmering, so its unlikely Trump will win again, unless the people in the red trucker hats are that dumb.

    3. disqus_2015ScorpioWater April 8, 2017 at 11:22 am

      Fareed Zakaria now supports Trump. That is all you have to know.

    4. disqus_2015ScorpioWater April 8, 2017 at 11:45 am

      Trump gave some advice to some Florida schoolkids a few weeks ago, he told them not to waste their time in politics and make a lot of money.
      One part of me wonders if Trump did this to distract attention from the Russia investigation. This is something that works against Russia, so Trump can tell the mainstream he is no lackey of Putin.

    5. disqus_2015ScorpioWater April 8, 2017 at 2:53 pm

      You probably should have seen it coming. NeoCohens in both parties.

      1. Da Mac April 26, 2017 at 4:21 am

        It’s astoundingly foolish to think that the Republicans are a source of refuge. That is where the (worst of the) corruption first started.

      2. Bill the eighth May 10, 2017 at 2:47 pm

        Yes, as the party of Lincoln.

    6. TSK April 8, 2017 at 7:08 pm

      You got swindled. Like every rich politician out there, it’s all for money and politics. Not your fault though because most citizens with good intentions always want hope and real change.

    7. Titan000 April 9, 2017 at 4:31 am

      The Cathedral had good defenses. Its working as planned and its full steam ahead for their own agenda.

    8. Giovanni Dannato April 9, 2017 at 9:28 am

      Alt-sphere is doing exactly what it needs to right now. The reaction against the Syrian missile strike has been unanimous. It’s a formative moment of unity for fractured factions that couldn’t agree on anything just last week, which makes me optimistic. A coalition begins to get a better idea of who it is.

      The wrong move for the alt-right is to give up its place at the Trump table and therefore any leverage it may have. Thankfully, the general consensus is “wait and see” while being very vocal about their disapproval.
      Gorsuch just got in, we see where the president goes from here. The strike may have been a necessary concession to neocons to get the senate to go nuclear.

      1. disqus_2015ScorpioWater April 9, 2017 at 12:57 pm

        I doubt it. His healthcare plan was half assed and so was his travel ban. The alt right is deluding themselves. He is another Neoliberal.

      2. blogcom April 10, 2017 at 3:00 am

        No- Trump’s a neocon all right the fake definitions notwithstanding.

      3. disqus_2015ScorpioWater April 10, 2017 at 3:22 pm

        Of course he’s a neocon he’s from Jew York. Also he has connections with Russian Jewish oligarchs.
        All you people who thought Trump was going to save you are in denial.
        The west is screwed.

      4. Bill the eighth May 10, 2017 at 2:50 pm

        Never thought the orange was going to save anything, only voted for him because Hildebeast. And yes, the west is done, stick a fork in us.

      5. Darian Diachok April 14, 2017 at 1:41 pm

        Being wildly optimistic, let’s entertain the possibility that Trump is pissed at how the Travel Ban and Obamacare were both royally bungled and cost him very serious political capital. Let’s also assume that he wants to solve the refugee crisis, which is killing the West, by fixing Syria, which means first defeating Isis.

        If he can pull these feats off – a workable Health Care bill and peace in Syria — without caving to the Neocons, AND also a dramatic tax break, then — wow! What a President! But I’ve got to be honest. I’m close to the tipping point too.

      6. Richard Cornes May 8, 2017 at 3:27 pm

        He’s not a neocon…you’ve got to put yourself in his position. He’s not perfect by any means, but remember how many neocon, Marxists and globalists he is surrounded by. Not to mention he could do nothing at all if him or his family were assasinated. I would imagine very few of us would do well in his position. Also, remember he is pushing for a not initially obvious strategy for how he is dealing with the deep state, marxism and globalism. Otherwise ‘they’ would easily thwart him from having any success at all. He needs to.subtly manipulate the organs of press and corrupt politicians in such a way they inadvertently reveal themselves….

    9. splooge April 9, 2017 at 7:27 pm

      the way the right got excited about trump was like when the left first saw obama. The same high. Ron Paul seemed to be the only honest and non neocon guy in terms of politicans go.
      But in the end its on us because we let them do this, we dont hold them accountable, we arent going to impeach or overthrow them like say the arab spring.
      Like how much does america spend to maintain their empire overseas. Almost a 1000 bases, how much does that cost? 1 base seem pricey enough from maintaining equipment,aircraft,tanks,the base itself and feeding,training the soldiers there. Then transport on top of it.

      with 20 trillion in debt and with already blown trillions in afghanistan and iraq, when will usa be like greece

      1. Da Mac April 10, 2017 at 8:09 am

        Just a matter of time at this point.

      2. Morrison April 12, 2017 at 1:21 pm

        “Just a matter of time at this point.”

        I hear ya. I have friends who supported Trump now wishing that Hilary got elected instead. The speculation is that she would have jumped into her job full-amped hormones and all and pushed the globalists agenda too fast creating a knee-jerk backlash and the desperately needed civil war.

      3. sean April 12, 2017 at 4:36 pm

        That is a very interesting thought. I entertained it for a moment in my mind. My conclusion however is that it would involve too much risk with her in office. You’re putting a lot of confidence in the idea that there would be a huge physical backlash which I’m not betting on. America is too complacent!

      4. Imperator82 April 12, 2017 at 5:56 pm

        agreed. hillary would’ve been an absolute disaster for the USA (and especially american citizens). trump is simply falling-short of promises and becoming an inevitable disappointment.

      5. Da Mac April 26, 2017 at 4:19 am

        I’d say that further destroying the environment with impulsive whips of the pen, pointlessly increasing the defense budget at the cost of even more research and vital social programs, not to mention failing to do anything about central banksters while actually employing their agents even deeper in the government is a tad more than falling short of promises…

      6. Morrison April 12, 2017 at 6:49 pm

        “You’re putting a lot of confidence in the idea that there would be a huge physical backlash which I’m not betting on. America is too complacent”

        Indeed – there is that.

      7. Richard Cornes May 8, 2017 at 3:28 pm

        The left still mindlessly worship Obama from what I can see

    10. end_marxism April 11, 2017 at 3:12 am

      Even if Trump ends up not doing as he promised due to leftist Ivanka and Jared’s influence, at least we won’t have to hear that nasty, shrill voice of that hillary hag for 4 years. Hillary seems more aggressively bent on ensuring the destruction of America. Yeesh that would’ve been awful.

    11. SpankyB24 April 12, 2017 at 4:27 pm

      Only an idiot with a 2 digit IQ would listen to Trump talk for 20 minutes and think “Yup, that’s my guy”. Regardless what he says, there’s a certain amount of social common sense combined with his long history that would let you know with no uncertainty that this guy is just an illiterate con man who made his miniscule fortune off his daddy and bullying smaller players in court. If you fell for it and thought he was a good guy you deserve the butt pounding you’re about to take.

      1. Bill the eighth May 10, 2017 at 2:54 pm

        Again, only voted for him because Hildebeast. Never thought he would be anything other than what he is. Although I must say, disappointment in the extreme with most of his cabinet.

  2. SomeRandomFellow April 8, 2017 at 10:40 am

    I have an article on this ready.

    The implications are more severe than some here imagine.

    1. Maximus Decimus Meridius April 8, 2017 at 11:11 am

      Yup… I have about 0.00001% of faith reserve in Trump. His speech to AIPAC during the election campaign is what triggered my gut the most. I was hoping he was simply doing what he must do to get elected, and then pull a Kennedy and, with God’s protection, actually pull off a miracle to save America.

      But when the man on his first presser called out “You are fake news.” goes on to believe the SAME fake news in order to lauch 60 Tomahawks on Syria… I think the jig is up.

      The tribe… now has their man in the WH. Syria is on deck, with Iran and Russia/China next in line. These people are psychopaths and will destroy the whole planet to see their covenant come true or take the whole of humanity out for denying them their birthright.

      The next month will be crucial, critical. I am going to watch Trumps actions more than his words.

      Either way… Russia and China will not stand for this and when it’s go time, neither one will taking jabs to find out where the US is weak. It will be a full blown, hard right knock out punch delivered with hypersonic “carrier killer” cruise missles and nukes set off the east and west coast of the USA for tsunami of the entire California / New York cesspool that is the source of all this madness.

      I will agree with both Roosh and Quintus advice… if you are not involved in politics, now is the time. You MUST get involved, no matter how corrupt the system is. They may have gotten to Donald, but they can’t corrupt everyone. We still have a democratic system and it does change things. The left protests because they don’t believe in getting power through talk and action, only violence and threats. Don’t protest, it’s a waste of time. Get elected, get power. They can’t stop us all.

      1. disqus_2015ScorpioWater April 8, 2017 at 11:48 am

        I doubt we will see a military confrontation with China, there are too many US investments in that country. Also look at his so called “Muslim Ban” he only banned people from a handful of countries, not the Muslim nations where he has investments like the UAE and Turkey, and not Saudi Arabia.
        His Commerce Secretary, Wilbur Ross has deep links to China. Rex Tillerson did quite a bit of business in Russia. I doubt a full on confrontation with Russia will happen.
        Iran will simmer for a very long time, probably past Trump’s presidency, which I strongly believe will be one term.
        There are two wings in the Trump White House, the nationalist wing seems to be failing, while the globalist wing is winning.
        A friend of mine think this is a setup to connect with people who did not vote for Trump. I think he is wrong, no matter what Trump does there is no way he can get those people on his side. He seems to be losing support from his own base. He won’t get it from Democrats and Liberals.
        Also Jared Kushner’s family just closed a very large deal in China and Trump also got his name trademarked there. Apparently a chain of hotels with his name are being planned there. Will it make sense for him to attack a country where he has business interests?
        And who in their right mind really thinks he is an anti-globalist?

      2. disqus_2015ScorpioWater April 8, 2017 at 2:54 pm

        What President is not a stooge of Zionists? All the major candidates that ran in 2016 were with them including Sanders.

      3. Kisse Ellis April 9, 2017 at 10:20 pm

        Obama repeatedly told Netanyahu to go and fuck himself.

      4. Robin Banks April 10, 2017 at 2:21 pm

        Nothing wrong in that.

      5. Bill the eighth May 10, 2017 at 2:55 pm

        Hahahahahaha, no, Obama told Netanyahu fuck him.

    2. Anonymous April 9, 2017 at 4:49 am

      Then stop teasing and post it, you massive faggot.

    3. Morrison April 12, 2017 at 1:24 pm

      ‘I have an article on this ready”

      When and where will you publish ? I’m always looking to further my insight.

  3. Keith April 8, 2017 at 10:45 am

    I’m not a fan but remember a statement by Bruce Springsteen (in the days when Bruce was not a leftist tool):
    “Blind faith in your leaders or in anything will get you killed”

    1. lindseywagners April 8, 2017 at 1:01 pm

      The human condition is tragic. We’d all be better off having never existed. Springsteen probably realized this when he was young — listen to some of his lyrics from live versions of songs, such as Backstreets in 1977 — and you’ll hear about him contemplating suicide. If he didn’t become famous, I bet he would’ve killed himself. Which is what I’m doing. Soon as my parents croak. Bottom line is blind faith in anything is stupid, and it all leads to death anyway. Life being valuable is the true lie we were all taught from birth.

      1. blogcom April 10, 2017 at 3:08 am

        Hang in there- knowledge is power and brings hope even as it brings sorrow though you might not see it that way right now.

      2. Vegard Johansen April 11, 2017 at 8:08 pm

        The big mistake was “abandoning” our hunter-gatherer existence, and therefore are place in nature.
        Modern life is just totally unnatural for the human animal, in terms of diet, sleep, exercise and community.(or lack there of.)

  4. truth hertz April 8, 2017 at 10:47 am

    Quintus Curtius – You nailed it my man. I have been saying the same for some time. If you think a politician is going to save you, you deserve the screwing you are about to receive.

    1. lindseywagners April 8, 2017 at 1:05 pm

      No one can save you. Nothing. We’re all puppets of evolution.

      1. blogcom April 10, 2017 at 3:15 am

        No human can save another but we’re still not puppets-we still get to choose.

  5. Zyzz April 8, 2017 at 11:25 am

    I dislike Jared and Ivanka immensely. Always have and always will. Even mainstream cuckservatives don’t like Ivanka, describing her as a liberal. Trump may not be attacking men(at the moment) but he does numerous pro-women working events which I absolutely hate. We should not be elevating certain groups of people above others based on any feature they are born with ie: gender, race, etc.

    At least he has stopped pandering to blacks, for now.

    I definitely do not support his Syria strikes but I am less outraged as many on the alt right. I am probably more upset at how much he panders to blacks and women, tbh.

    1. Roosh April 8, 2017 at 11:28 am

      Either Trump likes the influence of Jared and Ivanka, meaning he should take blame for their ideas, or he is too ignorant to know bad advice from good. Either way, he shouldn’t get a pass.

      1. Zyzz April 8, 2017 at 11:49 am

        Influence over whom? Joe Scarborough and coastal liberals? He’s not ever winning those people over, ever. They despise him with a passion. It kind of like Barry cozying up to Bill O’Reilly. He would never have won that audience.

        Trump better watch how he treats Bannon. Breitbart and crew turn out many more voters and activists than Jared and Ivanka ever will. Breitbart has been running some smear pieces on Ivanka and Jared (Ivanka meeting with PP, Jared leading a schism in the WH). I think J&I have a weak hand in the ordeal and Trump does so by proxy.

      2. disqus_2015ScorpioWater April 8, 2017 at 12:04 pm

        There is a high chance that Bannon might eventually leave. Already most of the alt-right is turning on Trump, and its highly the chance that they will fall back into obscurity. Trump is going mainstream.
        I remember Obama made similar promises in 2008, he wanted to create good jobs, bring peace in the Middle East, universal healthcare. We got none of that.
        Its not even three months into his Presidency and he is more unpopular than any President in history. Do people really believe he will be reelected?

      3. Zyzz April 8, 2017 at 12:06 pm

        the alt right is not “they”. the alt right is “we” or “us”. We are the alt right!

      4. disqus_2015ScorpioWater April 8, 2017 at 8:06 pm

        You can tell a lot about a person by the company they keep. Trump fooled you if you think he was a white nationalist. He has a Zionist son in law and daughter. One of his family friends Roy Cohn, was a homosexual Jew. Trump made associations with Jews left and right, after all he is from New York. How can you go anywhere in that city without Jewish friends?
        A white nationalist that came from the Upper East Side of NYC??!! It shows the level of retardation in America.
        Years ago Trump said it was easy to fool Republican voters, he would just tell them a whole bunch of lies and they would eat it up. Guess what he did nearly 30 years later.
        Trump in reality is a moderately conservative Republican, just another one that sells out to globalists and corporations. Middle America is doomed.
        Even that idiot Ted Cruz pointed out that Trump had “New York” values. For that one moment the Jews ran to Trump’s defense.
        How exactly can Zionism and true American nationalism be allies?? The latter is phony. No true American nationalist would ever get close to the White House and the Presidency.

      5. Zyzz April 9, 2017 at 12:24 am

        Trump never fooled me. I never thought he was a WN. I always knew he had J&I who are jews and of course he’s from Jew York.

        I’m not sure who you are referring to as coming from the UES but Trump is from Queens and the Trump Tower is in Midtown.

        If Trump fooled Republican can you not say the same about Barry fooling Dems?

      6. disqus_2015ScorpioWater April 9, 2017 at 11:11 am

        He spent most of his adult life in Manhattan.
        Also Obama fooled Democrats and Progressives. I mentioned Obama’s broken promises. Only thing he did was open up the borders.
        Now that Trump is going mainstream his immigration promise will be broken as well.

      7. Zyzz April 9, 2017 at 3:24 pm

        Well, we will see. NBC live did an exit poll survey that said approx. ~25% or so of trump supporters said immigration was there number one issue in the election. If he cucks on the immigration issue that alone may lose him the 2020 election. We shall see.

      8. disqus_2015ScorpioWater April 9, 2017 at 3:57 pm

        Don’t get your hopes up. Trump is turning out to be a cuck.
        You actually trusting NBC aka Nothing But Cucks.
        Watch France and LePen. Marine LePen not kosher like Trump.

      9. Zyzz April 9, 2017 at 6:00 pm

        If NBC says 25% wouldn’t you think in actuality it would be higher?

      10. disqus_2015ScorpioWater April 9, 2017 at 6:11 pm

        I don’t follow the fake Zionist news.

      11. disqus_2015ScorpioWater April 9, 2017 at 6:16 pm

        Maybe but the point is that he is failing or he was merely a decoy. The thing is that Trump voters will be horribly disappointed.

      12. Kisse Ellis April 9, 2017 at 10:23 pm

        Not true. Obama did Obamacare, improved VA funding, got us out of the financial crisis (yes with debt – no austerity),
        no open bombing of Syria, (yes he fucked up Libya- let hilary run amok), stock market up, real estate up, …net illiegal immigration declined under him, and he deported many – record deportation.

        u cant rely on media to tell the truth about Obama – -they lie. he was a decent -good president.

      13. Untergang07 April 9, 2017 at 1:24 am

        I don’t think many persons thought he was a WN, based on what I see and the people I know who supported him, all they wanted was, depending on the public: The Wall with MX, end illegal immigration, restrict severely legal immigration, an end to race baiting campaigns, stop pandering to sexual groups and minorities (women, homos, LBQTXWZL whatever) and an end or at least an 4-8 year pause in U.S. military interventions in the Middle East, as well as a truce or peace with Russia.

        Those few things seem farther and farther away every day that passes.

      14. SpankyB24 April 12, 2017 at 4:22 pm

        Speak for yourself, redneck

      15. Zyzz April 12, 2017 at 6:17 pm

        Go back to the huffpost

      16. lindseywagners April 8, 2017 at 1:14 pm

        Roosh, when will you admit that life is utterly futile? The day after Trump won you were definitely excited, thinking things would be different? With all know development and thoughts, you haven’t reached peak intelligence, which is that life itself is a cyclical charade that goes nowhere and leaves victims all along the way.

      17. Roosh April 8, 2017 at 1:23 pm

        It’s only futile to depend on others, especially politicians. It’s not futile to control your own behavior and action.

      18. lindseywagners April 8, 2017 at 1:58 pm

        That’s not true. First, we’re all evolutionary puppets (Scott Adams, whom you know, is one of the few people with a following who will admit free will is not something that exists). So it’s an illusion that we “control [our] own behavior and action.” Second, even if free will existed and we were in control, it doesn’t make the whole parade any less futile. Life leads nowhere, except to the grave. And on the macro scale, eventually the sun will burn out and this will all have been for nothing. Utterly futile. But carry on…

      19. Michael Maier April 8, 2017 at 3:18 pm

        Scott Adams is massively over-impressed by over-thinking stuff. He’s also a godless Aspie, which means he’s wholly wrong about the biggest decision in his life.

      20. lindseywagners April 8, 2017 at 6:15 pm

        Oh so you’ve met God, Michael? Or is it just that you like placing blind faith in fairy tales that were borne in the Middle East, the same region you detest today? Which is it.

      21. Doppelganger April 19, 2017 at 11:55 pm

        Get your depressed ass elsewhere

    2. Maximus Decimus Meridius April 8, 2017 at 11:42 am

      “I definitely do not support his Syria strikes but I am less outraged as many on the alt right.”

      This… is what scares me the most. We are not talking about a simple strike here on some dirt poor ME nation. We are talking about Syria… today… and the Russians are both in the air and on the ground.

      The key point everyone is clueless about… is the petro dollar. The US$ is going tits up. To ensure its continued dominance and THEN crash the world, ALL countries MUST be on the dollar. Anyone not a part of the matrix of control, means a loss of control. Syria… is not plugged in, nor is Russia, Iran, N Korea and China. Do those countries sound familiar?

      Russia… with its tight grip on energy supplies to Europe… is a major player BECAUSE of the oil they have for leverage and they use it. This oil is the ONLY counter balance to the NWO prison planet ((they))) want to and are near to setting up.

      Syria… is about gas and control. Period. (((They))) want to cut Russia off at the knees, and Iran, and pump all oil/gas from SA and Qatar in order to control Europe and destroy the Russian economy.

      Add to this the fact Putin and Russia are acting in their nations and people best interest, along with China (yes, nuance, but go with the argument for now)…

      Obama was a faggot obsessed with his own ego and image. He did not go into Syria with both balls because he has none and was more interested in pandering to his god emperor image around the globe. All talk, no action.

      Trump… and the tribe… are not faggots. They… are going for it… the whole fucking enchilada, no more fucking around. It will be a fucking mess. It will be watching children trying to take all the toys in the sandbox and kick the other kids out, but Putin is the only parent on the block, with China and Iran, who can stand up to this bully.

      So… to ALL those people who think these strikes are not a big deal… know this. This strike WAS the start of WWIII. Past tense. Everything up to now has been build up and teasing. This strike was meant to send a message to China (right after Trump’s meeting with Xi) and Russia.

      The game is on… and donkey kong is about to tear shit up.

      Whoa betide those who think this is 4d chess. It is big club, smash on head… and unless God is truly on Putin’s and humanity’s side… judgement… for all of us… is coming.

      1. Zyzz April 8, 2017 at 12:01 pm

        Yes, I definitely agree with you the Syrian airstrikes was a dumb move. Better to let the Russians handle it. We don’t have the money for it anyway. Better to just sell both sides weapons and let them blow each other up. Maybe we can actually learn something from the Jews for a change ie: be a merchant and play both sides of the coin. Additionally, high(er) oil prices are good for our economy and certainly in states Trump won, so that may have something to do with it

        I watched the video you linked. He should have shot the cat.

        We will see if this is the beginning of WW3. I am skeptical of that. We shall see.

    3. end_marxism April 11, 2017 at 3:22 am

      At the “women’s empowerment” speech the other week, Trump said women have an advantage over men and pointed to his brain, and said something along the lines of not being able to compete with the women there…which his election victory proved wrong. Ivanka will ensure more anti-male, Hillary-esque feminist propaganda gets shoved in everyone’s faces. Ivanka wants more women to be pushed in the workforce, and hires 0 men to top positions at her company…someone like her, will be doing policy work. Not good. Trump needs to realize most of his base were men, including those who are jobless due to gender-quota-based hiring. Sad to see such cuck behavior. All that work, just for some c unt to come along and ruin everything, like usual.

      1. Zyzz April 11, 2017 at 7:31 am

        Statements such as Ivanka has no men in top positions makes me think that men in the workplace need to favor hiring men over women. After all, it is a man’s job to provide for his family (NOT A WOMAN’S).

  6. Dennis Gonzalez April 8, 2017 at 11:48 am

    Trump saw a photo of dead kids on cable news and changed his mind. God help us.

    1. disqus_2015ScorpioWater April 8, 2017 at 11:52 am

      I saw similar horrific photos of Syria in a European paper several years ago, the most macabre thing was that there was a photo of a nude model on the opposite page.
      Trump apparently also saw Rogue One while reporters were asking him about Syria. It must have inspired him. Many people thought Rogue One was anti-Trump, not really.

    2. lindseywagners April 8, 2017 at 1:10 pm

      The only thing that can save you is death, because then you’re finished with the deprivation cycle of existence.

      1. Michael Maier April 8, 2017 at 3:18 pm

        I hope you realize before you croak how wrong you are.

      2. lindseywagners April 8, 2017 at 6:16 pm

        Where is your evidence of this great and good sky daddy? I am interested in seeing it.

      3. Rudi April 8, 2017 at 11:20 pm

        It shows.

  7. Mark Sweeter April 8, 2017 at 11:53 am

    This particular move in and of itself doesn’t have me as concerned as all the “pro women”, “women empowerment”, and the other bullshit he was parroting about equal pay and all that nonsense. I agree the “hit” on that airbase is a mistake. But it’s one pinprick, and it’s not like we’re in an all out war or have troops on the ground. Of course, it illustrates Trump responds too emotionally to things. He needs to embrace logic, reason, calm. He needs to listen to better and smarter advisers.

    The other thing that REALLY pissed me off is how Trump responded to the GOP healthcare failure. Rather than blame Ryan or admit that the whole thing was a piece of shit, he starts blaming the Freedom Caucus – who happen to represent (many of) the VERY people who helped get Trump elected! Why Trump listens to Paul “cuck” Ryan… I have NO idea!!! The guy (Ryan) threw him under the bus before! WHY WHY WHY would you trust a little punk ass snake like that???

    So yeah.. this shit is DAMN hard to watch right now. I have been trying to stay busy with my business and personal life when I feel like this nonsense cannot be influenced or stopped by me and others like me.

    I’d still take Trump over Hillary any day of the week. But I am disappointed.

    1. disqus_2015ScorpioWater April 8, 2017 at 11:55 am

      You did not read Tillerson’s statement, he said the US is now committed to toppling Assad, that means there will be more to come.
      You got Steve Mnuchin and Wilbur Ross developing Trump’s economic policy. Mnuchin is former Goldman Sachs and was making mediocre movies in his most recent racket. This is a guy who can rebuild manufacturing in America? Why not get Elon Musk? He controls the most successful US automaker.

  8. Tick Tock April 8, 2017 at 12:03 pm

    Relax, fellows…it is just a pissing contest with Vladimir, who DOES tend to get out of line, lately.
    Remember, inaction in Russia DOES equal weakness…and if you don’t maim a wee bit the guy who first speaks about your momma in derogatory fashion the first day of your stay in russian prison…you DO end up sucking all the cock there is, till the end of your term… 🙂
    The fact that this was done while chinese Party Leader was in the US, accentuates the display of brash unpredictability…which, again, translates in russian as POWER…
    Being buddies is one thing…but letting Vlad have his way, ALL the way…is another. 🙂

  9. Clark Kent April 8, 2017 at 12:04 pm

    While I do feel betrayed and confused, Trump’s election did made it clear that there are many out there who want to secure nationhood and not sell out Western Civilization.

    Who or whatever Trump truly is, the character “God-Emperor Trump” embodied the Zeitgeist of the people and made it plain for all to see.

    1. lindseywagners April 8, 2017 at 1:20 pm

      Clark, you sound like the lefties. They were “scared and confused” after the election. Do yourself a favor and place no faith in anything at all. You’ll save yourself from being betrayed and confused. I believe in nothing, including the value of life. Guess what? I’m never betrayed. I’m never confused. Everything makes perfect sense all the time: this is an evolutionary whipping house. Nothing more.

      1. Clark Kent April 8, 2017 at 1:25 pm

        I think your input is worthless so please do me a favour and don’t reply to my comments in the future. I am not here for you.

      2. lindseywagners April 8, 2017 at 2:03 pm

        Everything is worthless. That’s just how it is. But to allow you to keep up your false hopes and delusions so you don’t crack, I will not reply to your comments in the future.

      3. Clark Kent April 8, 2017 at 2:06 pm

        Thanks and take care.

      4. Untergang07 April 9, 2017 at 1:39 am

        Well I guess that’s budhism in a nutshell for you Clark 😉

  10. Mike Cannonie April 8, 2017 at 12:09 pm

    crap! We got Hillary and a damn war anyway!

  11. TyKo Steamboat April 8, 2017 at 12:11 pm

    The story no one mentions is the apparent “tiff” between Bannon & Kushner.

    Some ugly stuff is brewing internally. A story came out saying Bannon referred to Kushner as a “cucked globalist”
    True or not, there’s a lot we don’t know yet

    1. disqus_2015ScorpioWater April 8, 2017 at 12:13 pm

      If Bannon leaves, the Trump Presidency will be Obama 2.0. The chances of this happening are very high now. Trump crossed the line getting into Syria’s business. Despite this he will never appease the factions of America that oppose him, what he will do is alienate his supporters.

      1. TyKo Steamboat April 8, 2017 at 12:28 pm

        Well evidently, Bannon is out, unfortunately
        I guess there were more than one nose-to-nose confrontations internally
        I read this from yahoo news, Via NY Times (I know, the Times are not great)

        But I believe this was an isolated strike not to be repeated.
        In any case, this was not Don’s decision. He was advised to do this for reasons which the liberals will tell us is gas. But I believe it’s a combination of things including human rights, show of muscle, among others…

      2. disqus_2015ScorpioWater April 8, 2017 at 3:41 pm

        He is going to make a bunch of bad decisions that will ruin his Presidency. I really thought whoever won in 2016 would be a 4 year President, whether it was Trump or Clinton.
        Its mainly going to be a good number of Trump supporters that will realize they have been had and will not bother again. Trump attracted these people because they believed he would be different. So far he has become a standard politician. Draining the Swamp? Yeah right.

      3. Kisse Ellis April 9, 2017 at 10:26 pm

        obama 2.0 ?? that would be a god send. Dont try and smear Obama with Trumps disaster

    2. Roosh April 8, 2017 at 12:42 pm

      Most of the reports on that drama is from the mainstream media. I would take it with a grain of salt, since they are known to make it seem like there are divides in the Trump camp.

      1. Kingsley Davis April 8, 2017 at 6:08 pm

        It’s not so amazing anymore how people are still falling for the fuckery.

  12. TyKo Steamboat April 8, 2017 at 12:14 pm

    There are no boots on the ground…
    Let’s not all overreact. This was an isolateed strike on a military facility

    Let’s wait to formulate reactions until some facts are apparent.
    It’s hasn’t even been 100 days yet.

    1. Blinko23 April 8, 2017 at 12:56 pm

      Wrong, there are already hundreds of *acknowledged* American boots on the ground in Syria:

      Infowars cited high-level military sources yesterday that the actual number is close to 10,000 already there.

      And the drum beat is hot right now to make these numbers “official” to get the war going:

      1. TyKo Steamboat April 8, 2017 at 1:11 pm

        One can only hope as this is CNN it’s fake news.

        I did find it concerning that Paul Watson was so quick to criticize trump in the manner of which he did. He put a 6 minute YouTube video out about trump today

        Trump will take a step back we can all hope

      2. Blinko23 April 8, 2017 at 1:13 pm

        CNN certainly publishes a lot of fake news. But even President Assad and the Russian MOD admit that US troops have already invaded and are operating in-country, in violation of all international laws and standards (not that this means anything anymore)

    2. Maximus Decimus Meridius April 8, 2017 at 9:19 pm

      Reports are in that US armored convoys have crossed into Syria from Jordan and Cernovitch has contacts that are saying “boots on the ground by June”.

      I am telling you guys… this is IT.

  13. Clark Kent April 8, 2017 at 12:31 pm

    The move that makes sense to me now is to gather Nationalists from all camps, (including Muslims) and discuss the JQ.

    Seems some Muslim leaders understand the Zionist agenda quite well, and Kushner is as representative of (((neo-con))) corruption as we’re going to get.

  14. Blinko23 April 8, 2017 at 12:40 pm

    I actually got off my butt and voted for the first time in my life, hoping that Trump would be just 10% more independent than previous presidents. His campaign rhetoric even hinted that he was a 9/11 Truther, saw through the lies of ISIS and even came right out and said that “Obama and Hillary created ISIS.” He correctly called out the false-flag Syrian “gas attack” in 2013 and tweeted at that time that to attack Syria would be a huge mistake and might even lead to WWIII! He called out the entire MSM and globalist establishment and promised an independent policy from that evil power structure.

    Words cannot express how disappointed I am with Trump today (not that I should be all that surprised).

    Whether it was a deep-state con all along, with Trump playing the scripted good cop to Hillary’s bad – or whether Trump has merely been blackmailed into following the Zionist World Order master plan – it makes no difference at this point. We have yet another New World Order president, one that might be even more dangerous than all those that have come before him.

    This man is reckless and has clearly sold his soul, a la John McCain. If the Neocons actually want World War III (I sure hope not) then Trump will be the one who not only delivers it to them but will also set up the entire nationalist/conservative movement to take the blame for the whole (radioactive) mess, moving what remains of civilization permanently leftward.

    1. George Strong April 8, 2017 at 1:33 pm

      Same here. First time I voted in decades, and Trump has let (((them))) get to him. Hopefully, this is part of some larger plan we are not aware of yet.

  15. lindseywagners April 8, 2017 at 12:57 pm

    When will the supposed red pill nation swallow the true red pill? The bottom line is that the value of life itself is a lie, perpetuated by the masses, screwing them all over in the process. We are are puppets of evolution (of our DNA) who were nonexistent, exist for a little bit fulfilling deprivations and kidding ourselves into thinking we’re happy via False Hope, only to go back into nonexistence when it’s over. Everyone needs to wake up and realize that we are all better off dead, having never existed at all. I am working on my .38 retirement plan now. Can’t wait for my family members to croak and then I’m out. But most will still be buying the life delusion and kicking and screaming their way to death when they’re 70-80-90 thinking the Good Lord will be waiting for them.

    1. Blinko23 April 8, 2017 at 12:59 pm

      Nihilism has no place in the human soul. Change your thinking, dude. You’ve trapped yourself in a negative thought spiral. It’s only thoughts and nothing more. Many of us have been there.

      It’s an illusion in your own mind.

      1. lindseywagners April 8, 2017 at 1:03 pm

        Says the person who is trying to justify the goodness of life to himself. I’m not depressed, I just see this for what it is. I don’t care to delude myself. Also: there is no soul. That was a lie that was shoved down your throat, probably by your parents (who also shoved it down my throat, until I realized it was a lie).

      2. Blinko23 April 8, 2017 at 1:05 pm

        I’m not trying to justify anything and I use the word “soul” as a metaphor.

        I see through lies. I don’t swallow them. You’ve lied to yourself by believing your own obsessive negative thoughts. I’ve been there myself. Seven years of depression. Then one day I simply woke up and saw through the fog of my own dark-cloud thoughts. It’s faulty malware in your head. Nothing more. Delete it. Reset.

      3. lindseywagners April 8, 2017 at 1:09 pm

        There’s no lie in realizing the futility of everything. That’s the one thing that never changes. Universal futility. Anyone who doesn’t admit this is operating under a delusion of some sort.

      4. Dilli April 8, 2017 at 9:59 pm

        Do you have kids?

      1. lindseywagners April 8, 2017 at 1:04 pm

        I don’t believe one is a pussy for seeing beyond the facade of life. it’s not the easiest thing to deal with, to realize you’ve been gamed by evolution. The real pussies are the ones afraid to admit this and instead delude themselves with false hopes for Trump, an afterlife, etc.

      2. Clark Kent April 8, 2017 at 1:05 pm

        Then may you have a smooth transition into retirement.

      1. Dilli April 8, 2017 at 10:03 pm


    2. Edward Easterling April 8, 2017 at 8:22 pm

      Damn. And people think I have a bad attitude.

  16. cheeseburgercheeseburger April 8, 2017 at 1:32 pm

    Politics, at that level, is simply a spectator sport. Better off putting on your elephant or donkey hat and that dopey #1 foam finger and screaming at the tv screen

    1. Roosh April 8, 2017 at 1:39 pm

      It’s like sportsball for people who claim to be too enlightened for sportsball.

      1. cheeseburgercheeseburger April 8, 2017 at 3:59 pm

        I know some guys who know a ton about football and baseball- I have no doubt they could be, at the very least, coaches at the college level. I have never met anyone, so well-versed in politics, that I said to myself “wow, he could totally be on the house ways-and-means committee”.

  17. JackBlack23 April 8, 2017 at 1:44 pm

    Trump is what he always was — a Zionist puppet … you just wanted to believe so you ignored the warning signs … Trump takes his orders from his boss in Tel Aviv through his handler (Kushner) …

    1. Geiger April 9, 2017 at 6:11 pm

      Don’t forget they gotta have that pipeline run from Kirkuk, Iraq all the way to Israel.

  18. Scott Jenner April 8, 2017 at 2:44 pm

    He will be a one term POTUS if he keeps screwing up. Still, better than Hitlery.

    1. disqus_2015ScorpioWater April 8, 2017 at 8:43 pm

      Now he pretty much is a one term President. The Left will just get stronger. Main reason Clinton lost was that she was seen as almost a Republican, she was getting endorsed by former Bush administration officials such as Hank Paulson.

    2. Geiger April 9, 2017 at 6:09 pm

      How dare you compare Mrs. Clinton to Hitler.

      Hitler made the jews take showers and turned them all into bars of soap and lampshades.

      1. Scott Jenner April 10, 2017 at 1:02 pm

        oh yeah I was being too kind to Shitlery Clinton!

      2. Geiger April 10, 2017 at 1:33 pm


  19. 06believin April 8, 2017 at 3:16 pm

    Calm down everyone jeez, to say he wouldn’t be better than Clinton is ludicrous and short sighted. Would clinton focus as much on the borders and sanctuary cities at much as Trump, hell no. Would Gorsuch be our 9th justice, i disappointed of course, but if it’s him in 2020 vs someone like that bitch warren I’d vote for him 100/100 and wouldn’t think twice.

    1. disqus_2015ScorpioWater April 8, 2017 at 3:20 pm

      Bernie Sanders pretty much controls the Democratic Party. I think he will throw someone young and who can appeal to young voters. Millennial voters were turned off by both Clinton and Trump, but Clinton also was ailing among working class whites, so Trump narrowly won.
      Trump is not doing well with younger people, so I think the Democrats unless they are dumb enough to put Hillary back in the ring in 2020 are likely to find someone else to go against Trump.
      Bannon is likely to leave, as well as Priebus, that leaves Kushner, Ivanka, and Cohn to influence Trump. You really think those three are going to work to bring back the American Dream to working class Americans?
      Even then with immigration, ICE is deporting fewer people than under Obama. Also fewer Mexicans are coming to the US. The reason? Their middle class is growing by leaps and bounds. Life for many Mexicans is not as bad people would lead you to believe. It is such that people from economically depressed parts of Europe like Spain are migrating there.
      It is pretty evident that Trump is going to follow the neoliberal line with Kushner and Ivanka.
      Anyway watch what happens in France, Fillon has no chance of winning. Its a tight race between Macron and LePen. Both of whom are going to radically change Europe. Macron is interested in creating an entity more extensive than the EU, a real federal Superstate, while LePen just wants to get out. Both of them are going to change things globally. If its Macron, Europe will become a Superpower on the level of the USA, probably even more powerful. If its LePen, the EU will collapse and Europe will end its 5 century reign of global relevance that was only extended by the alliance with the US, Russia and China will continue to grow into the world’s new Superpowers ahead of schedule.
      Lets face it, the good times for America are over.

  20. Marshallaw April 8, 2017 at 4:33 pm

    My Trump MAGA bumper sticker has remained intact for the last 4 months……I can only imagine how many leftards its pissed off in traffic…..I’ll give him 2 weeks to redeem himself…. yes I know 1st world problems……

  21. John Andre April 8, 2017 at 4:34 pm

    I dont get the uproar. No boots on the ground and he sent a message that this is a President you dont mess with. If anything, we should be pissed at NATO and cut their funding since they are useless. Last 2 presidents were dropping bombs on a daily basis…relax.

    1. Marshallaw April 8, 2017 at 4:36 pm

      Yup…I agree….. only time will tell…. always have a “go bag”…….

    2. Bacon Barry April 9, 2017 at 3:14 pm

      Trump is sending 400 US military personnel to Syria. By his own admission Obama only sent 50. There are boots on the ground.

    3. Geiger April 9, 2017 at 6:07 pm

      He sent a message alright.

      He made it known he could be swayed by a media deception.

      Or that he is an active participant in the deception.

  22. Kingsley Davis April 8, 2017 at 5:28 pm

    Flex your muscle a bit and now (((haters))) are singing your praise?
    Well played God Emperor, i saw you did there.

  23. Kingsley Davis April 8, 2017 at 5:29 pm

    Flex your muscle a bit and now (((haters))) are singing your praise?
    Well played God Emperor, i saw what you did there.

  24. Edward Easterling April 8, 2017 at 6:49 pm

    Is anybody surprised?
    The only reason I am glad Trump won the election is so that punk-ass bitch, Hillary Clinton, will never be President.
    Otherwise, I don’t count on him for anything.
    So he lied!
    Well, what’s new?

  25. TSK April 8, 2017 at 7:06 pm

    As long as Trump does not enact some anti-male law that tries to make men walk on egg shells just for being a Man.

    I mean politics and war in the Middle East is something we can’t control but let’s just hope that his policies do not negatively affect men’s well being.

  26. Roosh April 8, 2017 at 8:11 pm

    Kushner went to Iraq 5 days ago. This is all you need to know.

  27. AlFromBayShore April 8, 2017 at 10:29 pm

    What do you dudes think about the theory of a realignment via military power. Get rid of Assad and help out Israel. Free up Putin to take out the Northern Caucasus Islamists. Use U.S. Military power to assist in the liquidation Al Nusrah and ISIS. Send a message to China to keep North Korea in check while letting the NORKS know that the America’s military will deliver the beatdown. Yeah, I know this is KRAY KRAY.

    The realignment is Egypt, Jordan, Israel, Russia, and the United States. Iran is isolated and has to fight it out with Saudi Arabia through proxies. And fuck Qatar.

    I’m trying to find ways to give Trump the benefit of the doubt. Dude likes to make deals. He negotiated the savage jungle that is NYC politics and La Cosa Nostra in order to become successful in NYC real estate.

  28. ubik April 9, 2017 at 12:54 am

    Check out Don Surber and Scott Adams take on Syria before you give up on Trump.

  29. Lapochka April 9, 2017 at 2:46 am

    Well, don your tinfoil hats for this…

    I think the Russian hacker issue is not about undermining Trump; it’s just being framed that way for public consumption and it keeps the liberals politically engaged (which I suspect may be important for the post-WW3 nightmare in the pipeline). No, the real role of the Russian meddling meme is to build the narrative for the coming war with Russia.

    The theory posited by some online that placating the hawks was one of Trump’s reasons for this attack is also amiss, although for a time I thought it might be right. Here’s why it’s off: the hawks are, or represent, the Deep State. And the Deep State is not stupid enough to be impressed by a token gesture that left little more than a few smoking craters and a camel with a slight limp.

    So why did he do it? I have long said, since before he was elected, that Trump all along has been chosen by the Deep State to push its WW3 agenda; it’s unimportant whether he always was, or newly is, or never will be consciously doing their bidding. The key thing is that, come what may, he can be counted on to DO their bidding.

    What this attack does now is send a clear message to Russia that the path to war has not been altered by Trump’s presidency. It enables Russia to up its own pre-war propaganda and to justify military build-ups at or near key strategic locales: the Baltic (Russian nuke sub headed there as I write these words), the Med, the ME (i.e. Syria) and far eastern Russia near Korea.

    Russia has been provoked by this and has poured scorn on Trump’s premise on the attack. They have suspended the air agreement (for now), and can now openly reiterate that the US is an existential threat to them, which is precisely what they have said.

    The only niggle? The Russians and Syrians appear to have known in advance about this attack. This could have come from espionage but I think more likely they were quietly told at Trump’s behest. But then again, had they not been told, serious damage to Russian forces may have occurred and Putin would have been under immense pressure at home to take affirmative action. The American Deep State must not appear to have fired the opening shots in WW3; their entire gameplan appears based on enticing the Russians to be the ones who do that (on down the line). Russian casualties and destroyed aircraft in this Syrian attack, if leading to Russia striking back, would therefore have made it clear that Trump’s – that is, America’s – cruise missile salvo started WW3. And the Deep State cannot allow that.

  30. L' Estasi dell' Oro April 9, 2017 at 5:50 am

    i always had the thought in the back of my mind that the Don could be the greatest deception of modern US (and global) politics.
    “heads i win, tails you lose”

    i believe the Don Vs Shilliery was a final test by the “powers” to see how much the plan of western culture destabilization has worked.
    if the plebs vote the Don in, more work is needed to wipe out western culture, if the Shillery wins, carry on full steam ahead, nothing to see here.
    the fact that states like where GOJ is from still believes in the US constitution & legal (for the time being) gun ownership (rightly so i may add) sends a message to certain people that more 3rd world barbarians are needed for the USA, sadly.

    im not a US citizen btw, Jammyjaybird was not far off the mark i think on this topic.

  31. Noa April 9, 2017 at 8:31 am

    Calm down! According to infowars there were backdoor deals to guarantee a new leader in Syria and Trump will NOT go to war with Syria.

  32. David April 9, 2017 at 1:22 pm

    This site and its comments have become a cesspool of the mentally ill.

    1. Bacon Barry April 9, 2017 at 3:35 pm

      Everybody is mentally ill these days so that doesn’t mean much.

    2. Geiger April 9, 2017 at 6:04 pm

      Nah. You are just mad that nobody is with your jew agenda anymore.

  33. Croosh April 9, 2017 at 1:24 pm

    This is it,we’re done! USA is bound to become Somalia 3.0 after the war. DC and NYC will be the new Mogadishu. Prepare for a lawless land after this war.

  34. Bacon Barry April 9, 2017 at 3:12 pm

    I predicted this to my family and friends months ago. Donald Trump is only motivated by personal success and does not care about anything else. His life story tells you that. As his Presidency descended into inevitable farce he would look for somebody else to blame. That could only ever be the populist camp of Miller and Bannon. Being the narcissist that he is he would then fall back on his own kind IE Kushner and the wealthy elite Goldman Sachs corner of his administration.

    Donald Trump has no political beliefs. All of the rhetoric people liked was written for him by Miller. If falling back on textbook neo-con Republicanism gets him good press as President then he was always going to adopt it and abandon the harder road of implementing the nationalist agenda.

    The only thing that has surprised me is how quickly it has happened. I thought it would take a couple of years in Washington for the rallies and adoration from his base to become a distant memory.

  35. sheepdog writer April 9, 2017 at 8:14 pm

    Alt Right is psyopping hard, trying to make center-rightists look like Jew haters and idiots who believe in a Jew World Order. I see it so clearly now. The Ivanka/Kushner shadow president irrational conspiracy theory tinged with anti-Semitism.

    get the fuck off the Trump train you fucking pussies! He blew up some chemical weapons with 60 cruise missiles. Cry me a fucking river! We have been in globalist wars since 9/11 and the 90s. I’m afraid that Heartiste and Roosh may have splayed themselves for some of that sweet cash so they could fuck over the center-right Reagan/Trump movement. Haha I am Roosh writing shit pieces “what about the Jewish question” fuck off man

    Read the conservative treehouse commentary on SyriaGate. Alt Right big whigs (Richard Spencer almost certainly controlled opp) they took some money to write shit pieces talking shit about other races.

  36. sheepdog writer April 9, 2017 at 8:20 pm

    they are just being fuckheads thats all. So Ivanka/Kushner/neocon have totally couped and subdued Trump and now they gonna launch Jew World Order. Got the memo. I see your irrational loathing of Jewish lady and mama Ivanka Trump. She is the presidents daughter for fucks sake and she made some Jewish grandbabies. Roosh and Heartiste don’t give a fuck if people start jumping ship, is all about the cult and the cash!

  37. spacetrash April 10, 2017 at 1:20 am

    At least one person knew the truth. Maybe you should have not banned that person right away. He was right & your entire forum was wrong. You red-pillers are prone to ultra herd mentality. Should be a research group for test markets.




  38. blogcom April 10, 2017 at 2:46 am

    Agree with the sentiments of both authors that boil down to everyone being on their own.

    If only this would resonate with the American electorate in particular who really need to decipher and understand the peculiarities of their two horse race political system.

    It’s a win-win situation only for the elites.

    Also your representatives at every level- congress, senate etc. do not serve your interests but are beholden to the special interests of their financial backers.

  39. AnonymousGangster April 10, 2017 at 3:08 am

    All ya’ll fell for the Trump psy-op.

  40. Morrison April 10, 2017 at 6:17 am

    I think 1 of 2 things happened:

    1.) He is a liar to scam his way into the White House


    2.) He called a friendly neighborhood visit from the Deep State, where they threatned his finances, his life and the life of all of his family unless he went along with the globalists agenda.

    1. Clark Kent April 10, 2017 at 9:57 am

      3) Or he is dumb and got played by the Deep State. Bannon always seemed like the big picture guy.

  41. David April 10, 2017 at 4:07 pm

    What a hypocrate Trump is, saw tweets from a few years ago telling Obama to stay out of syria, don’t attack without congressional approval and so on.
    What do you expect when more than half of his family are jews, ivanka even converted to judism, he must do what AIPAC and Israel tell him to do.

    Out of curiosity, what happened with obamacare and travel ban? Wall getting built? Hilary rotting in prison?

    He did 180, lied and betrayed voters, there must be a way to get rid of him , impeachment.
    He will be worse warmonger than G W Bush

  42. AnonymousGangster April 10, 2017 at 4:17 pm

    Trump is nothing but an elite puppet like every other president, except ran as Mr Anti Establishment. What’s amusing, is that outside sociopaths who by nature are not prone to herd mentality (less than 1% of the population) basically everyone fell for the propaganda. The so-called truth seeing “Red pill” is as prone to herd mentality as the social justice warriors lololololololol.

    One end was trolled to fawn over Trump, the other to hate Trump.

    Just how they were supposed to. He pulled the biggest shuck & jive routine since y2k & it’s entertaining to watch.


  43. David April 10, 2017 at 4:30 pm

    He said to obliterate ISIS but instead he launched 60 cruise missiles on SAA based on MSM reports about alleged chemical attack by Assad, not a single tomahawk on ISIS OR AQ groups yet.
    Now regime change is on the agenda and that can only mean more strikes on saa, he conned his way into the white house, american people fell for it but real beneficiaries are Jews and Saudis/rebels

  44. Maple Curtain April 10, 2017 at 5:30 pm

    You can improve yourself all you want, but if you don’t organize and fight back against TPTB en masse, then they will pick you off one by one, and use the enforcers of the state to do it. What does QC have to say about that?

  45. Cream April 10, 2017 at 6:03 pm

    I think this article is missing the big picture. Look at the context: Trump was meeting Xi that same day. The US has a problem, namely North Korea which in 2 years will have nuclear missiles capable of hitting San Francisco. The chemical attack gave Trump the excuse to flex muscle in order to show China that either they control North Korea, or the US will intervene in their back yard.

    Meanwhile the maneuver utterly destroys the MSM “Russian puppet” false narrative (you can’t be a puppet when you’re angering Russia) and pauses the attacks from the neocons. CNN now would look silly pursuing the Russian angle any more. EU leaders come to support him and all he lost was a couple of missiles which hit an airfield with low importance, which by the way is still half operational. It seems like a great tactical move if you ask me.

  46. end_marxism April 11, 2017 at 3:07 am

    Ivanka’s tears is all it took for Trump to attack Syria. Ivanka is a leftist subversive, who serves to bring Trump to the left, and is the gateway to bring in other anti-American commie subversives (Kushner, Cohn, Powell to name a few). Ivanka takes advantage of being the golden child to boss him around, and has such a hold on Trump that it overrides his logic part of the brain. Wouldn’t put it past her to commit elder abuse to get her way, or to isolate Trump from the (non-left, dissenting) people who voted for him. How many men are in key positions at her company? 0. With her in charge, we can expect to hear more anti-male garbage from the White House and society in general. Wikileaks may find info on Ivankred if they were to investigate their ties to clintons and soros. Get Ivanka and Jared OUTOUTOUT of the White House!

    1. sean April 12, 2017 at 7:52 pm

      This is genius. Yes Ivanka is the spoiled little princess that will get her way no matter what. “Daddy, daddy do something!!” –59 tomahawks ordered to be fired into Syria. No proper investigation, no thoughts on the fact that it was a false flag merely 4 years ago. Whatever princess says will go! Not to mention her hubby Jared having very strong ties to Israel.

      1. end_marxism April 13, 2017 at 9:49 am

        Trump should’ve been aware that Ivanka is a weakness for him, and that her political opinions contrast highly with that of MAGA. He should know better than to have her in the White House. Hopefully if Ivanka and Jared don’t totally isolate Trump from non-leftists/the people, the people can get that message across (apparently Trump’s inner circle took his phone away “for security reasons” according to Alex Jones, could be true due to Ivanka’s possessiveness). Just discovered Lee Stranahan on youtube, he sees Ivanka for what she is too, videos seem good so far.

    2. BOSSDONMAN . April 13, 2017 at 3:36 am

      Fundamental reason why you cannot allow women to vote and enter politics if you want to sustain the longevity of your civilization.

  47. David April 11, 2017 at 7:04 am

    Your friend gets beaten up and you have no balls to jump in?

    Does this prove Russia is the most useless ally?

    Trump is gauging Putin and so far he is not ready to go all-in, the guy who is afraid to go all-in will fold

  48. Murky water April 11, 2017 at 10:27 pm

    If he had ever actually been America first then he wouldn’t have talked so anti-Iran and pro-Israel since the beginning. He never said he would be an isolationist as far as I can tell. I thought his America first strategy applied mainly to the economy. On foreign policy he said he would take Syrias oil and be tough and not talk about what he would do.

  49. Imperator82 April 12, 2017 at 5:50 pm

    qcurtius is a modern sage. check out his blog!

  50. Grab That One April 13, 2017 at 9:57 am

    Roosh, serious question – you don’t you still look at his portrait on the wall while you banging girls, do you? LOL

    1. David April 13, 2017 at 12:06 pm

      Wtf..Portrait still on the wall?? No way, Trumpstein did 180 and chances are that portrait is in the bin by now.

      We are not a cult to blindly follow the leader who lies and flip flops on almost everything he promised during election campaign starting with not prosecuting crooked hillary

      Here are some of of broken promises in in less than 100 days in office

  51. Sam Valley April 14, 2017 at 12:39 pm

    Did Trump say he would never engage in military action overseas? Or was there some projection going on from his fans (of which I’m one). “Bomb the $h*t out of ISIS” doesn’t make him sound like a pacifist.

  52. zaqan April 18, 2017 at 1:31 am

    If Hillary had been elected, we would already be in nuclear war or close to. Nothing would have been done on the home front. I am disappointed in this, especially how audacious they are to just claim gassing was done by Assad without explaining how that occurred or why. However, it is telling that Assad has never denied it. Perhaps he feels that even if he didnt do it, he strikes fear by pretending to. Regardless, it was a one off thing so far. And if it ends up ensuring we dont get involved further, then thats a good thing. There may be something to striking a blow early and showing he isnt going to play weak. Dont just look at the immediate situation. Look at the grander pictures. What if this shuts up the neocons for awhile? Maybe Im just being Baghdad Bob here, but I still trust in Trump. Its only a few months in. There is much ahead. He has massive forces arrayed against him. No man, not even a Ron Paul, could stand up to it forever. I never expected everything from Trump. I wanted a strongman, an alpha, a wall, and immigration solved. We can resolve the war issue and finances after we get control of the national question. It is a distraction sure, but it might have bought him some much needed political capital.

    Now this North Korea business is a bit concerning. If hes smart, hell make an ultimatum to China, which would have massive benefits if they do the dirty work.

  53. Nevsky April 20, 2017 at 1:31 am

    After the Trump’s betrayal I’ve learnt that I’m perhaps too naive and shortsighted when it comes to politics and human nature. But…it was a great lesson to me not to give in to a momentary emotion of excitement and let my rational brain get clouded by it.

    My level of skepticism toward potential “Great American Patriarchal” leaders just quadrupled. I guess I haven’t lived long enough to see forest for the trees.

  54. Charlon Jeston April 25, 2017 at 7:02 am

    No one should trust Trump, or any other politician. But there’s a chance that he is just trying to survive politically.
    The system he is trying to fight, is like a goods train: if he just tries to stop it, it will trample him.
    We shall see in the next months. I prefer a survivor, who fights and win some battles, while lose many others, than a brave white knight who charges gloriously and dies in the first fight.

  55. Jack Torrance April 26, 2017 at 11:21 am

    I like how Trump and Gorka have come out saying they have no plans to be Bush 3 and will not invade and occupy Syria. I know the missile strike was a cause for concern, and I believe Trump should stop listening to Kushner/Ivanka’s advice, but Trump is NOT turning into a neocon. I am not one to put blind faith in leaders but Trump is steadfastly fulfilling his campaign promises, even if he is facing resistance from Republicucks and activist judges. Then again, we knew that’s the Republicans would be his worst enemies.