September 30, 2017
This is your country:
This is your country on Jews:
America has a Jewish problem.
Until we cut out this cancer, it’s simply going to keep getting worse.
A large majority of American voters feels the bonds that hold the country together are weakening, while over half think the world is going to hell in a handbasket.
Some 56 percent of voters say things are “going to hell in a handbasket.”
Meanwhile, most voters believe compared to 10 years ago, people in the U.S. behave worse in public (83 percent), are less courteous (78 percent), and the bonds that hold our nation together are weakening (81 percent).
There’s lots of cross-partisan agreement on the decline of our social glue. For example, 81 percent of Republicans say people are less courteous, as do 77 percent of Democrats, and 76 percent of independents. It’s mostly the same on people behaving worse and our bonds weakening.
“We often focus on the divisiveness of specific political leaders,” says Democratic pollster Chris Anderson, who conducts the Fox News poll with Republican Daron Shaw. “But these results are a reminder that those elected leaders are a reflection of the voters who elect them, and a society that sees people as increasingly rude and lacking common bonds.”
This goes way, way beyond anything to do with specific politicians into the realm of who we are as people.
And as people – as a society – we are falling apart. Everything is falling apart. You see it every day, all day long in public.
Resulting in more people not wanting to appear in public. Resulting in further decay.
And then you add in faggots and trannies and all of these stupid whores running wild and you’ve got a severe mess.
The nation is more divided over kneeling protests this year: 55 percent of voters see kneeling during the national anthem as inappropriate. That’s down six percentage points from 61 percent in 2016.
That is 45% of the country that believes direct attacks on the nation itself are okay.
That is nearly equal to the part that is nonwhite – plus some white women.
And 41 percent consider kneeling an appropriate way to protest, up from 32 percent last year. The increase comes largely from a jump of 21 points among blacks and 16 among women.
Those most likely to disapprove of the kneeling include men (60 percent), independents (62 percent), whites (63 percent), veterans (65 percent), Republicans (86 percent), and Trump voters (90 percent).
The Jews have bet the farm on this – on the idea that they can now just directly attack and tear down the entire nation itself, using their amassed army of nonwhites and childless females.
We’ll see how that turns out for them.
Personally, I don’t think it’s going to end well.