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The Trump 2016 campaign slogan is “Make America White Great Again”, and it is a good one, upbeat, energized, catchy, and embodying just enough downscale kitsch to attract both working class and SWPL hipster supporters.

However, there is an even better slogan — you could call it the complementary Bad Cop slogan to the “Make America Great Again” Good Cop slogan — that Team Trump should immediately start pressing into bumper stickers.

Courtesy of Canadian Friend (sometimes it takes a Canadian):

”Obama’s sons or Trump’s daughters? Vote wisely”

Congratulations, CF, you have earned the Shiv of the Week. Wield it with the expertise that causes cuckservatives to load their diapers.

One reason this slogan hits the id so hard is because it adheres to the Fundamental Premise. You just can’t go wrong obeying the laws of the god of biomechanics.

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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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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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This MPC thread about The Trumpening is a great read. The latest news: the Trump campaign has released his immigration reform plan and, not to put too fine a point on it, he just delivered a roundhouse kick to the groins of GOP cuckservatives, which would hurt them if they had any balls to begin with.

When politicians talk about “immigration reform” they mean: amnesty, cheap labor and open borders. The Schumer-Rubio immigration bill was nothing more than a giveaway to the corporate patrons who run both parties.

Real immigration reform puts the needs of working people first – not wealthy globetrotting donors. We are the only country in the world whose immigration system puts the needs of other nations ahead of our own. That must change. Here are the three core principles of real immigration reform:

1. A nation without borders is not a nation. There must be a wall across the southern border.

2. A nation without laws is not a nation. Laws passed in accordance with our Constitutional system of government must be enforced.

3. A nation that does not serve its own citizens is not a nation. Any immigration plan must improve jobs, wages and security for all Americans.

The cost of building a permanent border wall pales mightily in comparison to what American taxpayers spend every single year on dealing with the fallout of illegal immigration on their communities, schools and unemployment offices.

Trump, or his team, have been reading Dissident Right blogs. Good.

Triple the number of ICE officers. […]

Nationwide e-verify. This simple measure will protect jobs for unemployed Americans.

This one will send libertardians and cuckservatives into hysterics, but of course they conveniently ignore that we already live under a police state (hi NSA). Trump is saying let’s use our police state for some good, namely, preventing America from turning into Brazil.

Mandatory return of all criminal aliens. […]

Detention—not catch-and-release. […]

Defund sanctuary cities. […]

Enhanced penalties for overstaying a visa. […]

Cooperate with local gang task forces. […]

End birthright citizenship. […]

This ALONE — ending birthright citizenship — would be enough to vote for Trump.

Increase prevailing wage for H-1Bs. We graduate two times more Americans with STEM degrees each year than find STEM jobs, yet as much as two-thirds of entry-level hiring for IT jobs is accomplished through the H-1B program. More than half of H-1B visas are issued for the program’s lowest allowable wage level, and more than eighty percent for its bottom two. Raising the prevailing wage paid to H-1Bs will force companies to give these coveted entry-level jobs to the existing domestic pool of unemployed native and immigrant workers in the U.S., instead of flying in cheaper workers from overseas. This will improve the number of black, Hispanic and female workers in Silicon Valley who have been passed over in favor of the H-1B program. Mark Zuckerberg’s personal Senator, Marco Rubio, has a bill to triple H-1Bs that would decimate women and minorities.

Trump trolls shitlibs. You’ve been TrumpTrolled!

Immigration moderation. Before any new green cards are issued to foreign workers abroad, there will be a pause where employers will have to hire from the domestic pool of unemployed immigrant and native workers.

Trump knows which way the populism winds blow.

Mexico must pay for the wall and, until they do, the United States will, among other things: impound all remittance payments derived from illegal wages; increase fees on all temporary visas issued to Mexican CEOs and diplomats (and if necessary cancel them); increase fees on all border crossing cards – of which we issue about 1 million to Mexican nationals each year (a major source of visa overstays); increase fees on all NAFTA worker visas from Mexico (another major source of overstays); and increase fees at ports of entry to the United States from Mexico [Tariffs and foreign aid cuts are also options].  We will not be taken advantage of anymore.

Trump’s immigration plan is almost perfect. It’s just a short step from this to the CH plan for an immigration moratorium for twenty years, followed by a system that heavily favors White immigrants from Europe.

Donald Trump would reverse President Obama’s executive orders on immigration and deport all undocumented immigrants from the U.S. as president, he said in an exclusive interview with NBC’s Chuck Todd.

“We’re going to keep the families together, but they have to go,” he said in the interview, which will air in full on NBC’s “Meet the Press” this Sunday.

Pressed on what he’d do if the immigrants in question had nowhere to return to, Trump reiterated: “They have to go.”

“We will work with them. They have to go. Chuck, we either have a country, or we don’t have a country,” he said.

“They have to go.” “We either have a country, or we don’t have a country.”

Trump is leveling race-aware Realtalk right into the solar plexus of quivering cucks and anti-White leftoids.

The Trumpening… it’s happening!

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Scott Adams wrote a couple of short essays on The Trumpening that are basically recitations of core game concepts (some of which are retrofitted from ideas first introduced by Robert Cialdini in his book Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion). You will find many of Scott’s points, and Trump’s tactics, explained in depth in the CH archives.

Would Trump use his negotiation and persuasion skills in the campaign? Of course he would. And we expect him to do just that. […]

As I said in my How to Fail book, if you are not familiar with the dozens of methods of persuasion that are science-tested, there’s a good chance someone is using those techniques against you.

For example, when Trump says he is worth $10 billion, which causes his critics to say he is worth far less (but still billions) he is making all of us “think past the sale.” The sale he wants to make is “Remember that Donald Trump is a successful business person managing a vast empire mostly of his own making.” The exact amount of his wealth is irrelevant.

When a car salesperson trained in persuasion asks if you prefer the red Honda Civic or the Blue one, that is a trick called making you “think past the sale” and the idea is to make you engage on the question of color as if you have already decided to buy the car. That is Persuasion 101 and I have seen no one in the media point it out when Trump does it.

“Think past the sale” is the same as the game technique known as “assume the sale“. The results of this form of persuasion/seduction are just as predictable: the customer/woman is groomed to believe he/she has already chosen your product/you.

The $10 billion estimate Trump uses for his own net worth is also an “anchor” in your mind. That’s another classic negotiation/persuasion method. I remember the $10 billion estimate because it is big and round and a bit outrageous. And he keeps repeating it because repetition is persuasion too.

I don’t remember the smaller estimates of Trump’s wealth that critics provided. But I certainly remember the $10 billion estimate from Trump himself. Thanks to this disparity in my memory, my mind automatically floats toward Trump’s anchor of $10 billion being my reality. That is classic persuasion. And I would be amazed if any of this is an accident. Remember, Trump literally wrote the book on this stuff.

Anchoring is another insidiously effective game technique. In seduction, anchoring is most effective when a good feeling or evoked emotion is purposefully coupled with a physical touch, so that the woman associates her positive state with her seducer’s presence.

You might be concerned that exaggerating ones net worth is like lying, and the public will not like a liar. But keep in mind that Trump’s value proposition is that he will “Make America Great.” In other words, he wants to bring the same sort of persuasion to the question of America’s reputation in the world. That concept sounds appealing to me. The nation needs good brand management, whether you think Trump is the right person or not.

In game parlance, “branding” is called “creating an identity”, which means adopting some sexy persona that appeals to women.

Trump also said he thinks Mexico should pay for the fence, which made most people scoff. But if your neighbor’s pit bull keeps escaping and eating your rosebushes, you tell the neighbor to pay for his own fence or you will shoot his dog next time you see it.

Scott Adams definitely reads Chateau Heartiste.

On a recent TV interview, the host (I forget who) tried to label Trump a “whiner.” But instead of denying the label, Trump embraced it and said was the best whiner of all time, and the country needs just that. That’s a psychological trick I call “taking the high ground” and I wrote about it in a recent blog post. The low ground in this case is the unimportant question of whether “whiner” is a fair label for Trump. But Trump cleverly took the high ground, embraced the label, and used it to set an anchor in your mind that he is the loudest voice for change. That’s some clown genius for you.

In game parlance, “taking the high ground” means “Agree&Amplify“. Donald F’ing Trump is a skilled Game practitioner. No wonder the women in his life are so beautiful and adore him so deeply.

When Trump raised his hand at the debate as the only person who would not pledge to back the eventual Republican candidate, he sent a message to the party that the only way they can win is by nominating him. And people like to win. It is in their nature.

Trump is a winner. This is why he bugs cuckservatives so much.

And what about Trump’s habit of bluster and self-complimenting? Every time he opens his mouth he is saying something about the Trump brand being fabulous or amazing or great. The rational part of your brain thinks this guy is an obnoxious, exaggerating braggart. But the subconscious parts of your brain (the parts that make most of your decisions) only remember that something about that guy was fabulous, amazing and great.

Game concept: DHVing (demonstrating higher value).

Now that Trump owns FOX, and I see how well his anchor trick works with the public, I’m going to predict he will be our next president.

I don’t know if we’ll have a President Trumpening (in’shallah), but if we do it’ll be because Trump has TIGHT GAME. And balls.

Now, if you can become president using game, imagine how much game could help you clean up with women!

Here’s Scott’s second essay on Trump’s power of persuasion.

My main point is that intellectual arguments lose to visual arguments and to powerful associations such as “America” and “great.” You think Trump is spouting calorie-free non-policies because he’s an idiot who hasn’t done his homework. The reality (as far as I can tell) is that he’s playing three-dimensional chess with two-dimensional opponents.

Beta spergs take note: you will never logically or intellectually stimulate a woman into bed. You have to learn to speak the language of hotnsexynsteamynsensual romance, which is, in fact, as learnable as any rule of logic inquiry.

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Scott Walker is a niceguy who for the most part has his head on straight, compared to the rest of the cuckservative field. But he is weak. Listen to him feebly try to reason with some mud invader who wants the US to do nothing less than bend over and take his burrito up the keister.

Commenter “Original” writes,

Trump reframes children of illegal immigrants as: “It’s an issue of our countries policies encouraging this behavior.”

Here’s a more powerful reframe: “Anyone who breaks this country’s immigration laws for their own benefit is a delinquent. Shame on all illegals for breaking the law, but especially shame on all illegals who drag their children into their criminal activity.”

The anointed GOP contenders are weak. This is why they fail. And this is why Trump wins.

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WOW JUST WOW

It will be morning in America when these low T manlets like Erickson and Rod Dreher are washed from the system for good. The country’s had enough of gutless pansies throwing their dresses over their heads every time they hear a naughty word or a dose of realtalk.

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Jonah Fatberg, the amorphous cuckservative blob who loved throwing around the “cheese-eating surrender monkeys” insult, has been reduced to playing the “how wude!” card against The Trumpening. That’s all he and his kind have left: appeals to politeness. The “how wude!” card is the last hand of the weasel who has suddenly found himself the target of hate he himself has dished out for years.

Well, CH don’t play by Goldberg’s rules. Fuck off, fat boy. The front lines are everywhere now.

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First post-debate poll finds Trump holding his lead over the little GOP girls in grown men’s bodies.

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Commenter McGonzo quotes Jonah Fatberg, proving beyond a doubt Fatberg’s disingenuous cuckservative bona fides.

Fatberg: “Are we really going to go down the insane path of saying that real conservatives must abandon good manners and respect for women to demonstrate their purity?”

Versus constantly apologizing and atoning for the unforgivable sins of being a straight, rich, white, male married to a babe?

Check out that “respect for women” canard Fatberg throws out there along with his stinky red herring about “demonstrating conservative purity”. One, respect must be earned. MegYn Kelly’s grrlpower interrogation was an obvious hit job on Trump. She was ordered by higher-ups to take him out, so she went with the radioactive “war on women” smear so beloved by leftoid equalists. A totally insubstantial slander that added nothing to the debate or raised any pressing issues. Never mind that there are people, men and women, deserving of richly textured insults, Fatberg wants you to think politeness is the core tenet of the conservative philosophy.

Two, no anti-cuckservative Trump supporter said anything about “conservative purity.” Most dissident rightists know Trump is far from a pure conservative. That’s not why they support him against the wishes of the entire Hivemind apparatus. Trump is supported because he’s right, or more right than any other cuck, on the national question — unlimited immigration and demographic dispossession of the native Whites — and because he’s got balls and doesn’t immediately lick the taint of liberals when they throw SJW tantrums at him.

But obviously Fatberg knows nothing of balls, having surrendered his completely when NR purged the only interesting realtalkers they had writing for that recipe swapping rag.

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In related news, Bernie Sanders got a taste of the vibrancy he champions while normally stationed safely at his 98.7% White state of Vermont.

:lol: Cuckservatives like Fatberg will tell you Sanders deserves this howler monkey mobbing because LIEBRULS are the REAL RACISTS.

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