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What’s the opposite of try-hard? That’s Trump.

benfromtexas writes,

Did you guys see the news story, where Trump went on a first date with a Penthouse Pet? He took her for pizza (nothing extravagant), they went to her place, did the deed, and afterwards he gave her a copy of his book and told her to change her name! She said he was amazing! Straight ALPHA!!! The beta media just can’t handle him.

The book was like an anchor; every time she opened it up she was reminded of Trump. He made a Penthouse Pet an alpha widow in one night.

When paradigms shift, you’ll find an apex alpha male standing athwart the fault line, yelling Go.

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Donald Trump, you Magnificent Bastard. You have the tightest, Whitest Game the American people have seen since… Reagan? Teddy Roosevelt? Andrew Jackson?

Once again, Teflon Don is cornered by a snake coming at him with a shitlib sneak attack, and once again Teflon Don demonstrates his mastery of social interaction as he effortlessly swats away the reptile’s lunge and maintains frame.

The interviewer then asks specifically about David Duke supporting him, and says “would you repudiate David Duke?”

The Donald, mocking the faggot, says “sure. I would do that if it made you feel better. I don’t know anything about him.”

The Donald knows, my friends. The Donald knows all about the manosphere, the dissident Right, the teachings of the Chateau, the growing army of Whites waking up to their physical and psychological dispossession. He senses this White populist uprising, and he’s tapping into it, brilliantly.

Don, CH is here for you. Keep reading. We’ll take you to ultimate victory.

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The Trumpening is quality awesomeness. A breath of political air so fresh it fills the lungs to bursting. I hope it lasts.

If Trump is riding high in the polls and attracting cheerfully wholesome supporters brimming with a genuine emotion they haven’t felt in decades for any GOP cuckservative, maybe, just maybe, it’s because Americans — normal, psychologically healthy Americans at least — prefer a Big Swinging Dick to a Frail Limping Wrist. In the land of the beta male feeb, the alpha male with brass balls is king.

As long as Trump kicks cuck ass and takes ruling class names, CH will post about him. If you don’t like it, go back to Univision.

PS Scott Adams on Jorge Ramos’ (a White Mexican elite) perp walk.

PPS I predict we see another bump up in Trump’s poll numbers following this latest display of effortless alphatude. Trump is like fresh water to a people parched from years roaming a cultural landscape full of supplicating manlets.

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This is hearsay, so take it for what it’s worth.

“Anonymous for this post” passes along insider info on Trump’s motivations.

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CH,

Trump is now “in it to win it.”

This is from a good source who doesn’t want to be identified, but wants this information out there…along with the pointed observation that Trump has already hired political “ground game” pros in Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina —

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This may be old news but I’m not seeing anything about it.

If you post about this, do it ‘anonymous’ please.

I just got told by a friend that Trump hired the former lawfirm of the RNC.

Why does this matter?

Word on the street in Chattanooga (where Trump has and retains many high end connections) is that Trump went into the campaign with two intentions.

One was to ‘shake things up’.

The second was to raise his profile with Chinese investors for fund raising for a new casino.

He really didn’t intend to get big numbers in the US and didn’t intend to actually ‘go for the goal.’ Which was why he came in with no primary ground game. He didn’t intend to even get 5%.

With the recent success the question was ‘what now?’ Go for closing the deal or back out? Some of his more inflammatory comments were tests to see if he could flame out. And his poll numbers just rise.

If he has retained a political lawfirm it can only be to create a ground game. Repeated commentators have said he can’t win the primaries because ‘he doesn’t have the people’. Trump doesn’t come from that political structure. He’s coming from a business structure. He doesn’t NEED to have the people beforehand. That is what MONEY is for. To Trump you don’t hire the engineers to build the skyscraper until you need them. You hire them when you need them and fire them when they’re done.

His game plan will be wait until he has to build a ground game, hire a bunch of people with experience, build the ground game, do the primary then move on. You won’t actually see evidence of it until a few months or even weeks (depending) before the first time markers. (Filing dates mostly.)

He’s got money. He doesn’t need ‘people’.

The firm is Jones Day lawfirm in DC. The senior partner, Donald F. McGahn, is a former FEC commissioner.

If he has retained a major political lawfirm he’s going for the goal. He’s serious. And most of the analysis is missing it.

There’s a secondary aspect to this which is interesting.

The normal way that political appointees are chosen are from those ‘people’ that candidates use in ground game. While Trump is famous for rewarding loyalty, if his plan involves ‘hire lawyers who know the laws in state x’ he’s hiring legal/political expertise, not loyalty.

Which means a Trump administration would be less beholden to primary support individuals. Which means, in turn, that he would potentially tend to appoint people who might ACTUALLY KNOW WHAT THEY ARE TALKING ABOUT to positions that frequently just get political supporter x who has some knowledge/background in field y.

A Trump presidency would tend to have less ‘this is a good buddy of mine’ appointed to, say, head FEMA. (Bush/Katrina)

Which, again, is something analysts (most of whom are former ‘people’) are missing.

‘He can’t win a primary because he doesn’t have people like ME!’

Yeah. Bout that…

Oh, and the Irish bookies have gone from 300:1 to 9:2 for him winning the nomination.

I’m not a supporter by any imagination, but… Damn.
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I’m looking for Trump to start talking about an Article V Constitutional Convention next.

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I don’t doubt Trump entered this race thinking he couldn’t win, and that his initial motivation was partly narcissistic (in fact all politicians are narcissists to a degree), partly self-aggrandizement. But then he saw that he could win, and that he had tapped a deep well of dissatisfaction among people by simply speaking his mind the way he likes to speak (i.e., not like a weeping pussy).

And, I agree with this take: Trump has come to loathe the cosmopolitan elite from his sheer familiarity dealing with them. Another part of his motivation is sticking it to these effete globalist Davosians who are completely severed from blood-and-soil America.

The odds of Trump winning it all are much improved from just a few weeks ago, but even if he falls short he will have done a world of good for this rapidly dissolving nation. The Trumpentiger is out of its cage. There’s no hiding it from public view now; it must be met on its own terms, dangerous, agile, and hungry for fresh meat.

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Spot The Alpha And The Beta

Somebody, probably a girl buddy, asked this group to look over their shoulders and put their hands on their hips for a snap. It’s hard to make this pose work without looking gay.

One man obeys.

βETA

One man is busy checking another girl out and can’t be bothered to remove his hand from his girl’s ass.

ΑLPHA

Any questions?

Yes, you sir.

You still don’t get it?

Ok, try this. It’s a general guide to the good life. A very simple rule that if you follow it religiously will reward you 99 out of 100 times.

Doing what you’re told: BETA.

Doing whatever the fuck you want: .

Stop appeasing girls. They don’t want it, they don’t like it, and they invariably give their sexual favors to men who understand this about them.

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Vox points out that Donald Fucking Trump used a classic game tactic — the neg — on (former) supermodel (and mudshark) Heidi Klum, when he said “she’s great, but no longer a 10”.

You know a man is a mega alpha when a single casual neg directed in an offhand manner at a former supermodel results in two videos and multiple public statements as the woman desperately tries to qualify herself to him.

The tingle-stricken lady doth protest too much.

The sheer incoherence of Klum’s remarks underline the degree to which Trump’s dismissive remark rattled her. That, gentlemen, is how it is done. Identify the insecurity and casually press. You know you’ve hit the nerve when their reaction spans days.

The alpha does not qualify himself to women, ever. He expects women to qualify themselves to him.

ABQ: Always Be Qualifying.

Oh, and ladies, a helpful reminder: If you are a White woman of incomparable beauty, don’t throw your genetic heritage away on a coalburning “F YOU DAD” mission. When you get older and less attractive (as you assuredly will), people will feel less urgency to extend you kindness and deference because your family looks weird and they’ll have doubts about your character. Can I get a two-for-one ‘heh’? Heh.

(Trump’s remark actually straddles the line between a neg and an insult, although a man with as much preselected alpha goodness as Trump has more margin for error in this matter. Nonetheless, I’d still call it a neg, because he did butter her up first before delivering the backhanded compliment.)

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Also from Vox, another demonstration of the power of Fame Game over women’s attraction triggers.

The best part about Game is watching a girl become “noticeably more interested” in you as you weave your biomechanic magic. It’s very satisfying, even apart from the normal anticipatory excitement that accompanies courtship.

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Via.

There’s no end to the ways in which being an alpha male is better than being a beta male.

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