Alt-Right Columnist Says Electing Donald Trump Could be ‘the Greatest Coup in Zionism’s History’

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It has been well established that many white nationalists have fallen in love with big-mouthed GOP front-runner Donald Trump. From old-school racists like David Duke, who accused Trump opponents of treason to their heritage, to relative newcomers like the National Policy Institute’s Richard B. Spencer, Trump has seen overwhelming support in alt-right circles. That doesn’t mean that everyone is on board. Far from it. In fact, over at The Right Stuff, a popular alt-right website, someone who goes by the pseudonym Auschwitz Soccer Ref recently wrote as much.

The article, entitled “Trump’s Not Our Guy. It’s Time to Stop Pretending Otherwise,” tosses cold water on white nationalists dreaming of a present-day Fourth Reich. The author seizes on Trump’s long history of flip-flops — on gun rights, gay rights, political party registration, whether or not he’s heard of David Duke — to suggest that Trump is untrustworthy. Though the author refrains from calling him outright dishonest, writing instead that he may very well be serious about “building a wall or deporting Mexicans,” he nonetheless states that “we can’t know with any degree of certainty just what he’s serious about.”

When it comes to whether or not Trump holds any “racial views,” Auschwitz Soccer Ref suggests he does, but that his views are “not the ones we’d like.” He cited as an example Trump’s willingness to pose for a photograph with the late Nelson Mandela, a “bus bomber” whose 2013 death was “long overdue.” He also cited praise from Abe Foxman, former head of the Anti-Defamation League, as evidence of Trump’s untrustworthiness. Trump, you see, was drawing attention to segregation in Palm Beach, FL — his lawyer even trolled members of the town council by sending them copies of the “miscegenation propaganda film” Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner.

Worst of all, in Auschwitz Soccer Ref’s eyes, is Trump’s “associations with Jews.” It is “no secret” that “Trump has associations with many diaspora Israelis,” including Jeffrey Epstein, a “Jewish rapist of underage White sex slaves from Eastern Europe.” Even his daughter, Ivanka, is married to the son of “typical Jewish criminal” Charles Kushner. The final nail in the coffin, as far as Auschwitz Soccer Ref is concerned, is how the real estate mogul “shuffled his way onto an AIPAC stage to grovel before a gathering of Jews and Israel-firsters,” which he dubbed a “sick, pathetic spectacle” that “should distress those alt-righters who think Trump is an American nationalist who can’t be manipulated by foreign interests, or has some sympathy for White nationalism.”

“Disregarding all hysteria over Trump, whether it’s coming from the mainstream media or the alternative right, what can we say for sure about Donald Trump?” he asked. “If we take away his possibly-dishonest rhetoric of building walls, banning Muslims, and deporting illegals, all we’re left with is a hot-tempered billionaire Zionist who is fanatically devoted to Israel and occasionally makes fun of Megyn Kelly. Is this really a person White nationalists and alt-righters should support?”

Since summer of last year, the alt-right has been in awe of Donald Trump’s presidential run, which has taken on both the left and the cuckservative elite. But is Donald Trump honest about his positions or does he simply “want the deal,” meaning he tells voters what they want to hear and he gets to sit in the Oval Office? Before you say to yourself, “He’s not Hitler 2.0, but he’ll do a lot of a good nonetheless,” and click off the article, let’s have a look at Trump’s political history and connections to get a clearer view of his character.

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What’s the likelihood of Trump’s views on immigration changing so drastically in one presidential election cycle? Of course, Romney is now calling Trump a racist while the mainstream media and GOP establishment alike are calling him a Hitlerist, precisely what he called Buchanan 17 years ago… a shining example of Washington D.C.’s most popular dance, The Cuckstep.

But does Donald Trump have any actual racial views? Yes, though not the ones we’d like. He and his wife Melania apparently once posed for a photograph with Nelson Mandela, and upon the bus bomber’s long-overdue death in 2013, Trump said of him, “Nelson Mandela and myself had a wonderful relationship—he was a special man and will be missed.”

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Yes, you read that right. Donald Trump had his lawyers taunt the White residents of Palm Beach by sending them copies of Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner, a miscegenation propaganda film about a White woman who’s about to marry a Black guy despite the objections of her parents. The film was directed by (((Stanley Kramer))), also responsible for Judgment at Nuremberg, and written by the communist (((William Rose))). Trump used every legal and financial tool at his disposal to hammer the Whites of Palm Beach until they relented and opened their doors to people they simply didn’t want in their communities. Trump, of course, has never tried to get a Jewish community to open its doors to goyim like himself.

Which brings me to the main point of this article: Trump’s associations with Jews. It’s no secret, nor is it unusual, that Trump has associations with many diaspora Israelis. After all, he’s a New York real estate mogul. But what kinds of associations are we talking about here? Quite a few of them are criminals and sleazeballs like “billionaire of fun” Stewart Rahr and notorious pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, Jewish rapist of underage White sex slaves from Eastern Europe. Regarding Epstein, Trump has said, “I’ve known Jeff for fifteen years. Terrific guy… He’s a lot of fun to be with.” One can only imagine what Trump meant by that.

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Trump has had a long and cozy relationship with wealthy Jews, both nationalist and internationalist, that extends far beyond simple business necessity. Trump genuinely loves the religion and loves Israel. Trump routinely fawns over his heavily-plasticized daughter Ivanka, who converted to Judaism before her marriage to Jared Kushner, son of Charles Kushner, a typical Jewish criminal who was convicted of “making illegal campaign contributions, tax evasion and witness tampering” and subsequently sentenced to two years in prison. . . .

Yes, it’s always nice to see a White man fawning over his race-mixing daughter who so wholly and enthusiastically spat upon her heritage and birthed three future enemies of her people. A question for the alternative right: would you also support a White presidential candidate whose daughter converted to Islam? Would you cuck for someone like John Boehner, whose White daughter married a Black guy? Trump has said that Ivanka—or “Yael,” the name she took for herself after her identity switch—routinely advises him on Jewish matters. And of course, Trump’s son Eric married (((Lara Yunaska))) in a wedding that was officiated by Jared Kushner. Of the latter, the Forward has stated that he has a “secret role” in the Trump campaign, writing, “Kushner had helped with the Sessions meeting and had informally advised the candidate on Israel and in other areas.” Trump’s family is, for all intents and purposes, Jewish, and they all have Israeli citizenship. Judaized White elites are not a new story; what’s new is why it’s suddenly okay for us to support such people.

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Instead, Trump shuffled his way onto an AIPAC stage to grovel before a gathering of Jews and Israel-firsters, again slathering praise on his treacherous daughter and pledging to be the greatest American ally Israel ever had. It was a sick, pathetic spectacle, made more so since Trump didn’t need to do it. Trump has not been purchased by Israel the way the other Democrat and GOP candidates have. He is instead naturally loyal to them due to his Israeli family and personal connections. That’s something that should distress those alt-righters who think Trump is an American nationalist who can’t be manipulated by foreign interests, or has some sympathy for White nationalism. The evidence shows that the only nationalism Trump has ever supported is Jewish nationalism.

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Disregarding all hysteria over Trump, whether it’s coming from the mainstream media or the alternative right, what can we say for sure about Donald Trump? If we take away his possibly-dishonest rhetoric of building walls, banning Muslims, and deporting illegals, all we’re left with is a hot-tempered billionaire Zionist who is fanatically devoted to Israel and occasionally makes fun of Megyn Kelly. Is this really a person White nationalists and alt-righters should support? Do we want a temperamental president “bombing the shit” out of all of Israel’s enemies on account of his deep-seated emotional and familial attachment to the country? If Trump is not serious about deportations or building a wall and he’s nowhere near a nationalist in political or racial terms, do we want him in office if Europeans ever revolt against their traitorous Zionist elite? Do we want all those Jews in his network—the criminals, the government operatives, the billionaires, the lifelong Likudniks, his Jewish children—whispering into his ear and “advising” on what to do about Europe’s resurging counter-semitism? After all, Trump is the guy who once said, “We love Israel. We will fight for Israel 100 percent, 1,000 percent. It will be there forever.” He’s never said that about Europe, or even America for that matter.

Think about that the next time you make a cartoon of Trump gassing an obnoxious Jew, because given the facts of his life, Trump seems far more likely to gas all of us here. Quite simply, we need to look at the facts of Donald Trump and cease projecting our fantasies onto him. The illusions need to end. Our hatred of the cuckservatives shouldn’t cloud our judgment when it comes to actually supporting a presidential candidate. After all, if there’s anything worse than a banal, limp-wristed cuckservative, it’s a dangerously militaristic philosemite who considers our most vicious enemies as his greatest personal allies. We need to stop being the Trump-right and go back to being the alt-right. Trump has never liked us and he never will. If you vote for him, do so because you believe—possibly mistakenly—that he would be better than the other candidates. Just don’t be surprised if the election of Donald Trump turns out to be greatest coup in Zionism’s history.