Trump, Syria, and Korea

Over the last week we have witnessed a political convulsion in American politics. It is now pretty clear that Trump played “conservatives” and the Alt-Right. In his often vacillating political statements they saw a veiled pro-white and America First position. They tried to look past his AIPAC speech and his major Jewish connections. Even though Trump clearly was not a WN, maybe this could be the first step in that direction? Then last week 59 Tomahawk cruise missiles striking the Syrian government forces that are resisting ISIS woke the Alt-Right from their pleasant dream. It is as if Dubya was back and talking about that “axis of evil”.

The fallout against Trump from the Alt-Right has been diverse. Many in the Alt-Right see that Trump has openly betrayed the Alt-Right (his most hard core supporters), and working class whites in general. Regrettably, a vote for Trump turned out to be a vote for Kushner. Perhaps I should start using the expression Trump-Kushner like people used to say Clinton-Gore? I think I will.

On his last post at TradYouth, Matt Parrott stated that “Trump turned out to be yet another deep state puppet”. Hunter Wallace of Occidental Dissent is moving on with his Alt-South project, and speaking against Trump-Kushner and the Syria intervention. It is perhaps easier for the Southern Nationalist faction of the Alt-Right to face the Trump betrayal, because they looked at him more as a step toward their eventual goal of a free Dixie, and not as a political savior as the wider Alt-Right did.

Whether or not the U.S. will continue to intervene in Syria is in question. Sort-of. As long as Israel and their diaspora agents have Trump-Kushner in the White House, we will be supporting the Z.O.G. and intervening on behalf of Israel. The real question is whether or not the U.S. government will engage in a “boots on the ground” regime change in Syria as it did in Iraq. I pray that America does not.

Further, there are rumors that White House senior advisor Steve Bannon is being pushed aside by other chief advisors, son-in-law (((Jared Kushner))) and economic expert (((Gary Cohn))). Even though Bannon, the former head of Alt-Lite website Breitbart is apparently pro Jew and not a White Nationalist, he apparently has not properly held the Kosher line at the White House.

And it seems that Trump is willing to up the ante with the chubby little fellow running North Korea. (Did someone just say “Iran, Iraq, and one of the Koreas…”). A U.S. Navy carrier strike force is heading their way as a show of force. It appears that the U.S. has not taken the military option off the table if North Korea continues to develop a nuclear weapon.

First of all, there is no way that North Korea poses a credible threat to the U.S.A. Even if they had an ICBM with a nuke warhead capable of reaching the U.S. mainland, there is no way that it would get here before being shot down. Fox News seems to be beating the drum for regime change in North Korea. Yes indeed, Donald Trump-Kushner is starting to look a lot like George W. Bush.

Ironically, the U.S. is attempting to be the world’s WMD police –while we currently have a huge nuclear arsenal and are the only country in the world to ever nuke another country! And in case you forgot, we dropped both atomic bombs on Japanese cities filled with civilians, not isolated military bases. Is that not a FAR worse war crime than what Assad was accused of (using gas) last week –allegedly killing less than 100 civilians? But that comparison involves using morality and basic logic, something most Republicans and Democrats are apparently incapable of doing.

This is a bitter pill for most WNs to swallow, but the 2016 election cycle proved that we cannot vote in substantial change at this point in America’s decline. Absolutely cannot. I gave up hope on elections over four years ago, when I was still a hard core Constitutional American patriot type. When I added racial consciousness to my political position several years ago, my belief on the hopelessness of elections was if anything solidified.

While the Alt-Right (primarily through online activities) had an influence in the election of Trump-Kushner far above proportion to their numbers –most people who voted for Trump-Kushner are not part of the Alt-Right. Even if the whole Alt-Right simultaneously woke up to Trump’s campaign promise betrayals and Jewish connections, most Trump-Kushner voters would be unaffected.

Most conservatives do not know what the Constitution and Bill of Rights even say, and would rather die than return to a strict construction of them. Most conservatives do not want to conserve (actually rebuilding would be necessary) the political, moral, and social order of their grandparents, much less that of the Founding Fathers.

If anything, Trump-Kushner’s actions benefiting Israel will endear him to the masses of Republicans who voted for him, especially the evangelicals who are almost always rabid supporters of Zionism. Within the last week I talked to a Christian Zionist woman who proclaimed how that Trump is very immoral, but that she was proudly supporting him. (Her husband is involved in “professional Christian service”). This attitude is perhaps typical of American Christian Zionists.

Regarding Muslims, last year I had a talk with another woman, a Trump supporter. I tried to explain to her that Muslim was a religion, not a race. Of course, this woman is also a fervent advocate of Zionism. For every woke on the JQ member of the Alt-Right who voted for Trump, there are probably a dozen Christian Zionists who also did so. While more Middle East interventionism may be the final straw to Trump-Kushner’s supporters who are Alt-Right, libertarian leaning, or lesser of the two evils patriot voters –it will do little if any harm to his support from the masses of “conservatives”.

When one is in one or more small movements –be it the Alt-Right, Kinism, Constitutionalism, White Nationalism, 9/11 Truth, tax protest, or etc.- it is easy to forget that the masses of the 300 plus millions Americans do not share your views. In fact, the masses likely are only vaguely aware that people who believe such things even exist. The American people, or about half of them, may be angry about America’s economic decline and the Obama years, but they are nowhere near waking up to all that is wrong with the country.

The way forward for Amerikaners at times looks dark and menacing, but there is no option but to go forward. To surrender to ones enemies is not an option.

I think that if the Alt-Right is to survive, it must refocus on ideology. We must think about who we are as a people –genetically, religiously, and historically. That is what the Amerikaner identity concept is about. We must embrace the ideology and way of life of our American ancestors. I plan to have a lengthy post discussing and contrasting the similarities and differences of White Nationalism, Kinism, the Amerikaner concept, and the Alt-South next week, probably up in time for the weekend.

© Copyright 2017 by Joseph Charles Putnam of Orange County, Indiana. All rights reserved.

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Author: Joe Putnam

I am a Christian (Reformed/Sovereign Grace Baptist type), white American of Western European bloodline, advocate of an agrarian social order, Kinist, White Nationalist, admirer of America’s Founding Fathers and the Boys in Gray, homesteader, indie published author, and amateur historian. I have indie published several books, all of which are available from Amazon. My Amazon author page may be view at this link: https://www.amazon.com/Joseph-Charles-Putnam/e/B00CRLUO6A/ref=dp_byline_cont_book_1 I am a life long resident of rural Orange County, IN –in the part of the Upper South that many would term Greater Appalachia or the Dixie Frontier. In addition to my blog writings, I am currently gearing up for (at least) two more book projects –one theological and one historical. The theological one will cover the three interpretational views of Daniel’s 70th Week. I hope to have this book in print in late summer 2017. (Hint: I am, not a Dispensational Futurist). The historical book will be a biography of George Rogers Clark (1752-1818). Clark was a noted Virginia militia officer who’s campaigns, including his successful siege of Vincennes, basically took the Old Northwest from Britain during the American Revolution. Clark spent the rest of his life around the river that separates Clarksville, IN from Louisville, Kentucky. I hope to have my Clark bio in print in early 2018.

5 thoughts on “Trump, Syria, and Korea”

  1. April 15th note from Joe:
    Hello all,
    I thought I would drop off this note here this morning. I am operating on a five year old laptop with some issues. This is the laptop that I have used for all my blogging,writing, and book publishing. In addition to the case literally being cracked, it is loading slowly (no viruses on my scan), and has a disk drive error that I am unsure what to do about. I think it may be about ready to lay down on me. If I do not post for awhile, assume that my computer has crashed, and that I will be back at some point. At least for the time being, for financial reasons, I might be forced to get a small tablet from WalMart instead of a full-out laptop, but that would hinder my book publishing. Time and finances will tell.
    Joe

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  2. Joe, you are a good writer. You should get in touch with us at ID if you are interested in cross-publishing or writing for us, if you are sympathetic to southern nationalism.

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    1. Thank you for the compliment on my writing, Spencer R. I a sympathetic to Southern Nationalism. I suppose that not all of my posts would be of interest to Southern nationalists, but some definitely would. I will get in touch with you about the possibility of publishing with you guys.
      Joe

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    2. Hello Spencer R,
      I though about it over the weekend, and I wanted to tell you to feel to reblog any of my posts that you think would be of interest to your readers. (I actually put up a new post this morning in a somewhat similar vein as this one we are commenting on). At this time I am busy enough with life, researching for a potential book project, and writing for my own blog that I probably will not be submitting new articles for publication on your blog, but I will not rule out doing so at a future date.
      Thanks again,
      Joe

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