June 23, 2016
Basically, everyone is aware – consciously or unconsciously – that Donald Trump’s campaign slogan, “Make America Great Again,” actually means “Make America White Again.”
This is because when we think about when America was great, we picture the 1950s. And the biggest difference between modern America and 1950s America is the ethnic make-up. Of course, we also think about traditional family values, women not being fat sluts and so on. But the biggest of all these things is race.
A campaign sign in Polk County is stirring up a lot of controversy.
The sign, located off Highway 411 near Benton, says “Make America White Again” and was put there by Rick Tyler, an independent candidate in the race for Tennessee’s 3rd congressional district seat currently held by Chuck Fleischmann.
Tyler told Channel 3 he has no hatred in his heart for “people of color.” He says the sign’s message is that America should go back to a “1960s, Ozzie and Harriet, Leave it to Beaver time when there were no break-ins; no violent crime; no mass immigration.”
Who can disagree that violent crime is negative?
Who can disagree that the overwhelming majority of violent crime is committed by non-Whites?
Once the conversation has begun, we cannot lose.
And Donald Trump has started the conversation.
Several Channel 3 viewers have called or sent messages to our newsroom, saying the signs do not reflect the feelings of the entire county and that they want them down.
Tyler said, “I respect their right to have an opinion. I believe the majority of the people in the county like it.”
“I saw people taking pictures beside it right after I posted it,” added Tyler.
Channel 3 asked Tyler if he feared for his safety or backlash from the campaign sign. He said, “I don’t fear it. I welcome it, and I will respond with the application of truth.” Tyler said on Wednesday he had been receiving death threats.
Tyler posted a second sign on Highway 64 with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s famous “I Have a Dream” quote written over a White House surrounded by Confederate Flags.
The sign was taken down less than 12 hours after being put up, but not by Tyler.
Even so, that was enough time to get the public’s attention and cause some controversy.
The owner of the billboard will not confirm if or why his company removed the signage. Tyler wants it to be put back up, he said he paid for the signs to be there until after the November election.
“If I could I’d have hundreds of these billboards up across the 3rd District,” he said.
Party officials and elected officials are speaking out against the signs.
Tennessee Republican Party Chairman Ryan Haynes said in a statement, “There’s no room for this type of hateful display in our political discourse. Racism should be rejected in all its heinous forms in the Third Congressional District and around the country.”
It’s too late, faggot.
The goyim already know.
Despite the fact that we are a long way from actually making America White again, we are now capable of having the discussion.
We are capable of asking “was America greater when it was Whiter?”
And the answer to this question is so obvious that once White Americans are forced to consider the question – to answer it in their own minds and hearts – the battle is already halfway over.
Because no one can honestly claim that America is better with Moslems gang-raping and urinating in the mouths of 5-year-old little girls or any of these other benefits of “diversity.”
Here’s a longer interview with Mr. Tyler.
If you’re in Tennessee, particularly if you’re a NEET as most of you all are, you should contact Mr. Tyler and volunteer to help him out.
Some really good stuff on there. He does campaign ads that are like little mini-podcasts.
This is the type of man we need in charge.