Trump on Putin: “He’s Fine. We’re All Fine.”

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
July 6, 2018

Everything is coming together nicely.

The second Theresa May false flag attack to defame Russia ahead of the summit isn’t even being acknowledged by anyone, as everyone is thinking “come on, Theresa, really? Random people? Isn’t this getting a bit sadistic?”

These rallies, man.

They never should have stopped. Trump should have been doing these at least once a week this whole time. It not only keeps him connected to us, but it seems to keep him grounded. He remembers what he is supposed to be doing when he seems the sea of white people shouting his name.

The Hill:

President Trump on Thursday waved off concerns about Russian President Vladimir Putin’s intentions as he prepares to meet with his Russian counterpart in Finland later this month.

Speaking at a campaign-style rally in Montana, Trump attacked critics who have questioned his preparedness for the July 16 summit with Putin and made light of Putin’s past as a top-ranking intelligence official.

“They’re going ‘Will President Trump be prepared, you know, President Putin is KGB and this and that,’” Trump said. “You know what? Putin’s fine. He’s fine. We’re all fine. We’re people. Will I be prepared? Totally prepared. I’ve been preparing for this stuff my whole life.

The American president on Thursday rebuffed critics, who have expressed concern over his ambitions to form bonds with authoritarian leaders, like Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping. He said that “getting along” with such countries “is a good thing.”

“Getting along…with Russia and getting along with China and getting along with other countries is a good thing,” he said. “It’s not a bad thing. It’s a good thing.”

I think we might just get a joint statement that there is no evidence for the kookpspiracy that Putin interfered in the elections.

Maybe that’s asking for too much, I don’t know.

But I think it’s time.

Everyone knows it’s a hoax, Trump has always known it was a hoax, and it is a vicious hoax. The point of the hoax is to imply that Trump was not elected by the people, but is only President because of a Russian conspiracy.

People should remember this clip. It should get more play than it does.

The Democrat/Jew machine claimed that it was impossible for an election to be rigged, then all of the sudden it was impossible for it not to have been rigged.

The conclusion that Hillary couldn’t have lost because she was humanity’s destiny was the starting assumption, and the Russian stuff is all just there to justify the conclusion.

And Trump should have been stronger against it. He should have never given an inch. Instead he said maybe Russia did Wikileaks. That was after it could have been a 400 pound guy in his bed (which is true – there is no reason to believe the DNC leaks let alone the Podesta phishing email were done by a state entity).

We’re not really talking about Wikileaks anymore, we’re talking about Facebook memes and porn stars. Or whatever. There is some new thing, I can’t think of what it is.

Anyway, the Mueller thing has reached the end of the line, and a joint press conference with Trump and Putin where Trump says definitively that “Russian hacking” is a conspiracy theory hoax would be in order right now.

Something like: “We’ve talked about it a lot, and I believe that if any Russians posted things on Facebook, it was without the knowledge of Putin and his government, and that isn’t against the law anyway. After speaking with the President, I am even more convinced than I was – and I was already convinced – that the entire Russian conspiracy was a hoax designed by the Democrats to explain their horrible performance in the 2016 election.”

Full stop.

End of.

Other Fun Stuff

The rally was fantastic. Other than the Montana stuff at the beginning, which isn’t interesting unless, presumably, you’re Monatanese, the whole thing was good.

He said Maxine Waters is the new leader of the Democrat Party and that she has an IQ in the 60s.

Talk about a frog whistle.

Only one group of people in the world has an average IQ in the 60s – and it’s her group.

He also said if he ever gets in a debate with Elizabeth Warren he’s going to toss her a DNA test and offer her a million dollars to take it. She said she’s a fake Indian who lied about it before DNA testing was a thing, and then he apologized to the real Pocahontas for calling her Pocahontas.

Warren was recently asked to take a DNA test and refused but said it didn’t matter because she isn’t running for President anyway. That’s a funny thing. She’s disqualified because she faked her ancestry.

Who knows who they are going to run – I don’t think they have any idea. At this rate, some random brown person no one has ever heard of will win their nomination.

He also referenced for a minute George Bush I’s “Thousand Points of Light” slogan. I hadn’t thought about that in a while. But this was for sure some kind of occult thing he was saying. Trump said “no one ever figured out what the hell that was about.”

I’m not saying that’s a dog whistle about being aware of a satanic conspiracy in the government… but I’m not saying it’s not that.

nb4 no satanic conspiracy – explain to me what an adult politician means when he writes to another adult politician “Do you think I’ll do better playing dominos on cheese than on pasta?” and I’ll stop talking about satanic pedophile murder cults running the government.

And of course – we got a shoutout to the SPACE FORCE.

He did not declare an ETERNAL CRUSADE.


The Feels

You know, watching these rallies… it really is what you would expect American Fascism to look like. When people think of Fascism, they think of Hitler, but Germany has such a serious tone to it, generally. Trump, being a fun guy who jokes, engages in self parody, rambles a bit, but still inspires, has the perfect American Fascist aesthetic.

And what he is doing, at least with the rallies and the tone, is Fascist in spirit. He is authoritarian, nationalist and anti-liberal. The racial element isn’t there yet explicitly, but it certainly is there implicitly.

The concept of a populist rally, with the chanting and screaming of slogans, the ultra-aggressive promotion of the in-group and the ultra-aggressive attacks on the out-group, is at the core of a fascist political order.

Which, again, is why he needs to never stop doing these rallies. They are what tie him to us and us to him.

I know his faults. I know there are Jews in his office. I know he bombed Syria. Twice.

I know all that better than anyone.

But when I watch these rallies, my heart is saying “there’s the leader of my people, he is fighting to protect us.”

It is a biological reaction.