Trump on Immigrants: “These Aren’t People – They’re Animals”

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
May 17, 2018

The Trump situation is always two steps back one step forward, it seems.

That is, if campaign Trump is the ideal Trump, he makes two backward moves for every forward move.

And the moves forward are usually just statements, rather than actual acts.

But – BUT – a statement by the President of the United States is an act. It is something that changes what is and isn’t okay to say and think.

So, when Trump speaking about immigrants at a recent meeting with local sheriffs on California’s so-called “Sanctuary” laws, said “these are not people – they’re animals,” I feel warm and fuzzy.

This statement – when widely reported by the media, as it of course is – changes the way things work psychologically in America.

Masses of people are now able ask themselves – and their friends – “are these brown creatures that are flooding our country actually human beings at all, or are they some type of talking animal?”

The answer, of course, is that they are most definitely not “people” in the sense that we think of people. Because when we think of people, we are thinking of white people, because that is our frame of reference. When we are being told “these brown creatures are the same as you – we’re all humans,” we then project our own drives and psychology onto them, and assume they have the same basic framework to their thoughts and emotions.

In fact, they do not.

These are beings with a completely different biology which developed over millions of years of variant evolution. They think differently, they feel differently, they have different drives and goals.

And they themselves are very, very conscious of the fact that they are different than us, and they are exploiting the fact that the Jews have told us that they are the same.

Slowly but surely, the people are waking up to the reality of the situation we find ourselves in.