Dawn of the Alt-Right: Donald Trump Pushes Politics into Un-Charted Territory


    By Jason Charles on 9/21/2016 (7 years 241 days ago) Politics & Government

    Let's just say Donald Trump, has all the right enemies. Whether it is infuriating the liberal leftists, or snubbing the neocon turn coats in the Republican party, Trump has a penchant for creating the right enemies. He has political enemies everywhere, everywhere accept according to the liberal media in the "alt-right." So what exactly is this "alt-right" you ask? Good question.


    The "alt-right" or the "alternative news right" is basically a new, media-coined term describing constitutionally leaning conspiracy theorists. That's it. People who love the founders, the constitution, but consider themselves to be awake to the overt, evil tactics that are being used to mold our country into a communist super-state.


    What the "alt-right" really is, is a mega-movement of activists, many of who were educated by radio talk show host Alex Jones, Ron Paul and others. The media elites coined "alt-right" to demonize Trump with the term, smearing it with labels of racism and bigotry, while simultaneously hoping it is vague enough that it doesn't link people directly to the spokespeople of the movement like Alex Jones or Ron Paul. This group has become a real factor in recent years, and routinely shape the news cycle with help from the Drudge Report, BreitBart  and other massively trafficked news outlets.

    An article in the Atlantic this month, quoted a radio interview that included Jonah Goldberg and Hugh Hewitt. This article records them as linking Donald Trump to the failure or the success of the alt-right crowd.

    "A huge Donald Trump loss could be catastrophic for the alt-right. Its members would return to relative irrelevance as mercenary politicians regard them as toxic losers. They would have no access to power, and the most popular outlets that cater to them, like, would be regarded as ignorable, discredited echo-chambers. As Goldberg said elsewhere of the alt-right, “I think the wisest course would be to ignore it utterly, but thanks to the demons the Trump campaign has aroused—and even hired—that hasn’t been possible. I think it will be again, soon enough.”

    These two must not be familiar with the strength and resources of the alt-right. The alt-right spurred the Ron Paul Revolution of 2008 and 2012, helped elect his son Rand Paul, has been responsible for producing a whole industry of alternative websites and gorilla journalists that regularly break mega-trending national news. All of it geared towards exposing the culture of corruption in politics, media, industry and finance. One thing is for sure, if Donald Trump is defeated, the alt-right keeps on keeping on, and will always be a thorn in the side of the globalists. Even Hillary is so staunchly afraid of the media shaping power of the alt-right she went on a tirade against Alex Jones in a recent speech. Mark Dice, an alt-right media analyst points out that name dropping Alex Jones only bolsters his reach and credibility.


    So is it accurate and fair to categorize Donald Trump as a constitutionally minded conspiracy theorist, or "alt-right?" I would have to say that yes, he is that to a degree. He has without question taken on some very controversial positions that are traditionally alt-right views. These views include, doubting the official 9/11 story, links vaccines to autism, climate change hoax, voter fraud, Benghazi, etc. In fact the leftist rag put out an ever expanding list of what they consider evidence towards Trump's conspiracy views. They mean it as an insult, but in reality it serves as a benchmark for establishing Trump's acceptance of alt-right views over the last few years.

    Now to clarify here, there are certain topics that bleed well into unsubstantiated conspiracy territory of course. Then there are some topics that have been established as very factual, but fail to be popularized due to heavy corporate and often political opposition to the message. Discerning the credibility of each of these topics means learning how to research primary sources, which is a tricky topic in of itself. For the most part Trump seems to speak on topics that have a great deal of credibility to them even though they are considered conspiratorial.

    At the core of alt-right belief is this idea that there is a shadow government that runs everything, which there very much is, something I have written on in the past relevant to Donald Trump. Suffice to say if Donald Trump wins the presidency and has the courage, knowledge and power to take on this shadow government we are in for some very interesting times. Exposing the criminal cabal at the heart of American militarism and fascism would be a blow that could prove fatal to the global elite and ultimately their vision of a Global World Order.


    The issues I have had with Trump mainly are his bravado and dictatorial nature, a nature that often leads to saying things that leave flaming holes in the Constitution. This makes me question his knowledge on the most foundational of alt-right values which includes a return to small constitutional government that constrains the government abominations we deal with today. My hope is he is recently waking up to all of the alt-right issues, and is still falling down the metaphorical rabbit hole. I can only hope this is why he say's things that seem to be a bit bombastic, he simply has a lot to learn as to the true nature of liberty principles. One thing is for certain, he has caused the snake-like neo-cons to shed their republican skins and reveal themselves as the unprincipled, warmongering, leftist they really are. And for that I can only thank him.


    You can judge a lot about a man by his enemies.

    Just this week former president George H. Bush, grandfather of neoconism, broke ranks with the republican party when he let it leak through sources that he intended to vote Hillary Clinton.

    "The Republican former president's embrace of the Democratic nominee represents a dramatic new chapter in the complicated three-decade-old relationship between the two most prominent families in American politics.

    It's a stunning political move -- one that comes just 49 days from the election, and less than a week before Clinton and Donald Trump square off in their first debate." (CNN)


    The Bushes have always been traitors to conservative values, and without question are guilty of war crimes and more. Yet Christians worship them because they perceive them to be champions of Israel and conservatism, but in reality they are just cloaked globalists. As Trump's popularity grows they are now starting to uncloak themselves, hopefully this new morph into democrats will have long-time Bush supporters wising up. Laura Bush has even gone public on her support of gay marriage and abortion, it is just ridiculous how deceptive the Bush's have been over the years yet still maintain support from Christian men and women.

    The architects of American wars for the last 3 decades who holed up in the republican party are now breaking rank and running towards third party candidates and Hillary Clinton. They realize that Trump has no allegiance to the New World Order, and also thinks many of these men are criminals deserving of prosecution for war crimes. It is little wonder they can't stand him. Obama without question offered them immunity and even partook in their war crimes by continuing the policy of the neocons throughout his horrific 8 years in office. So he too is pushing Hillary as the only means of covering up the war crimes his administration continued. Obama has even stooped so low as to state that he considers it a personal insult if his supporters don't vote for Clinton. Clinton truly is the last ditch effort of the establishment to cover up war crimes, something Trump is not expected to do.

    "The president told African-Americans this weekend he would consider it a “personal insult” if they did not vote for Mrs. Clinton, implicitly putting his name on the line as his former secretary of state struggles to replicate the coalition that delivered him victories in 2008 and 2012.

    “My name may not be on the ballot, but our progress is on the ballot,” Mr. Obama said on Saturday night at the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation gala dinner in Washington, where Mrs. Clinton also spoke. “Tolerance is on the ballot. Democracy is on the ballot. Justice is on the ballot.” (NY Times)


    Nobody likes Clinton, nobody. She has to be the most unlikable candidate in many years for good reason. But the establishment has selected her to cover up the criminality of multiple administrations. Despite her failing health, her low turn-outs, the multiple criminal investigations, the scandals and questionable history, she still is the media darling, and Trump is not. Trump, despite all of his own short-comings is actually starting to look like a potentially good candidate because of his alt-right leanings and disdain for the powers that be. Time will tell, but again you can tell a lot about a man by his enemies.



    Do I consider myself in that alt-right camp? Absolutely, I have been for decades before the arrival of this new term was ever invented. I have no confidence in government, nor do I believe the narratives that have been implanted into our culture in regards to 9/11, the war on terror, the police state, gay marriage, GMO's, vaccines, you name it. We are swimming in deadly lies, that are eating away at the soul and substance of our nation. The only thing we can do is pray that Trump is truly an alt-right firebrand that has the will to expose the shadows at the heart of government and the Pentagon. We need an executive that will create task forces that are willing to up-root 50 years of total hubris and criminality, and bring those guilty to justice. Please sign up for our newsletter and also like us on our facebook page.

    Whether Trump is that or not, who knows, but I can say with firm assurance that Trump has all the right enemies and seemingly has the courage to stand up to those who have taken this nation hostage. If this is the case then he truly needs to call upon the Lord and allow God to fight this battle. It is my belief this is a spiritual contest seeing that the neocons and liberals are anti-God, anti-constitution, and desire the things of the enemy, mainly a one world order. If so then this prayer of King David should be his prayer going forward. Psalms 109 a brutal prayer against wicked rulers like the Clintons, Bush's and the neocon devils. So the question is, is Trump Alt-Right? Well we can only hope so in both word and deed, but nonetheless his conspiratorial viewpoints push this nation into uncharted territory. We have never had a presidential candidate that leans towards conspiracies in the Whitehouse, who knows what such a man is capable of in terms of routing out institutionalized evil.


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