Kevin MacDonald, he of Culture of Critique fame, had a few words to say about the Trump Revolution, nationalism, and Angelo Codevilla’s essay on the death of America as a constitutional republic.
Codevilla: Because Republicans largely agree with Democrats that they need not take seriously the founders’ Constitution, today’s American regime is now what Max Weber had called the Tsarist regime on the eve of the Revolution: “fake constitutionalism.” Because such fakery is self-discrediting and removes anyone’s obligation to restrain his passions, it is a harbinger of revolution and of imperial power. [Emphasis added]
This is why we see repeated crazy comparisons of Trump to Hitler—most recently,This New York Times ‘Hitler’ review sure reads like a thinly disguised Trump comparison. [By Aaron Blake, Washington Post, September 28, 2016] Despite absolutely no statements from Trump suggesting that he would suspend the Constitution and assume dictatorial powers, the concern is lurking that, like Hitler, he would do just that.
The fundamental reason for this fear among the elites: their guilty conscience.
This is exactly right. The “Trump is literally Hitler!!” hysteria from all elite quarters, and the all-out war to thwart him and what he represents, is the psychological projection of their guilty conscience. It’s a blast of primal fear of the retribution they so richly deserve.
The stuck pig squeals loudest. And the closer you get to sticking the pig in its beating id, the shriller its squeals.
They understand that in the last 50 years they have completely upended the old order in America. They have created a revolution that opposes the most fundamental interests of the historic white American nation. They understand that this election could confirm their revolution—but only if Hillary Clinton wins.
This election is existential. Thecunt is an anti-White globalist. Trump is an implicitly pro-White nationalist. The stakes could not be higher.
As Codevilla notes, because we have entered an era of fake constitutionalism and because the most fundamental interests of the traditional American majority have been r uthlessly suppressed, there is no obligation to restrain one’s passions. The situation is indeed what Codevilla calls “a harbinger of revolution and of imperial power.”
We may see that cleansing civil war 2 sooner than we think.
The Clintons may be seen as representative of the corruption of this new ruling elite, able to flout laws with impunity.
The Clinton Machine is the moloko plus of corruption. They didn’t invent corruption, but they are in a historically rare position of having NO ONE within the ruling power structure to hold them accountable. The Clintons profit handsomely from a media/entertainment/academia/bureaucracy propaganda octopus that shields them from criticism and smears the lonely courageous voices who dare to point out the Empress Cunt has no scruples.
But the two great revolutions of the twentieth century—the Bolshevik Revolution and National Socialism—did indeed replace ruling elites. And of course, the fear that a Trump victory would indeed lead to a wholesale replacement of our ruling elite is behind the hysterical opposition that he has received from the entire Establishment.
I can count insider support of Trump on one hand. The Inner Party elites who support thecunt must easily number in the tens of thousands. Elite contempt of the middle and working classes is laid bare by the Trumpening; paths to war have been opened with less justification.