August 30, 2015
— Andrew Anglin (@stormer9k) August 30, 2015
As I have said, there is now clearly a Jewish ethnic activism campaign against The Donald.
The latest ratlike Christ-killer to attack Trump is Hernán Rozemberg, writing for the San Antonio Current.
Why this paper is willing to print the word “hard-on” in a headline, I have no idea.
Feeling like your life has been trumped lately by a certain egomaniacal baboon who actually thinks he’s going to become our next president?
You’re not alone.
Getting kinda tiring to be writing about La Trompa, to be honest. He’s like that annoying fly that just won’t go away. You ignore it, thinking it has finally – thankfully – moved on but guess what, it’s still right there buzzing around your friggin’ ear.
But now some say he’s gone too far. Or, at least, that he’s responsible for things going too far.
Talking about his anti-immigrant rhetoric stoking the fire for ultra-xenophobes – white supremacists seeing in Trump nothing short of a potential messiah.
According to the country’s leading organization keeping track of hate groups, the Alabama-based Southern Poverty Law Center, it’s not just Tea Party and Republican-fringe types that are jumping on the Trump train.
“White nationalists from all sides of the movement are throwing their support behind Trump since his immigration plan was announced,” the center reported this week.
The report cited well-known supremacists such as David Duke either outrightly endorsing or at least expressing public support for Trump, who said he doesn’t need anyone’s endorsement, supremacist or not.
The Jews of Buzzfeed claimed it was a “conspiracy theory” that Jews in the media act in concert to push an ethnic agenda.
But how can it be a theory when you can easily demonstrate, for a fact, that it is happening?
By the way, I don’t really think it’s a conspiracy. I merely think that it is in the biology of the Jew to destroy Western civilization, and that they have begun to view Trump as a positive influence on Western civilization, and so they must act against him.