Political Outsiders Lack an Institutional Base
by Andrew Hamilton
MANY RACIALISTS believe that freedom of speech still exists and fundamental change in a positive direction can occur through the ballot box. Something, they feel, will wake people up and change things for the better. Rhodesians, South Africans, and many other lost White tribes in the colonies erroneously thought the same thing.
In his run for the presidency Donald Trump evoked great expectations, even fervor, from such people. The New York City Zionist whose family intermarried with Jews, whose business cronies, attorneys, and even personal physician were Jews, who routinely hobnobbed with degenerates like ultra-rich sex criminal Jeffrey Epstein, the Clintons, Hollywood elites, porn prostitutes, and Negro celebrities, was transformed by the power of imagination into the mythical billionaire of right-wing fantasy: the principled strongman with money and power who (unlike us) can and will singlehandedly change things.
Yet Trump, who railed against the Swamp, promising to drain it, quickly became the Swamp Thing after taking office. There was some forewarning: “People think I’m a wild man [a rebel], but I’m not” and “After I become President I’m a totally different person.”
The most important thing about Trump is that he was never pro-White. He was and is philo-Semitic and multiracialist. Whether Whites worldwide are killed, as is happening, or survive, is a matter of indifference to him.
Immigration restrictionists had a better claim to believing Trump might actually change things, but even that was not to be.
The federal government is a massive entity. Even individual state governments are large enterprises. Such entities need to be staffed by capable, experienced people sympathetic to the President’s (or Governor’s) agenda.
The two political parties have teams of such people who, when out of office, enjoy lucrative sinecures in the private, government, and “nonprofit” (another euphemism for “government”) sectors.
They are a self-perpetuating political/governing machine. Political “outsiders” can be elected to high office if they are groomed and selected by these cliques and are totally committed to the Establishment agenda.
The Kenyan, as well as newly-minted Somali Congresswoman Ilhan Omar (D.-Minn.), are perfect examples of ersatz political “outsiders.” Doubtless both were approached and invited to run before being placed into office by the Democrat-media machine. (Yes, the parties do quietly solicit inexperienced, non-professional candidates to run for office.) Technically, Obama might have offered himself as a candidate for the positions he held. I don’t know. But he, too, was carefully selected and placed into power nonetheless.
Obama was a media creation with access to the Democratic Party machine to staff and run his administration. He could not have gotten elected, much less filled and run the executive branch, on his own.
Genuine outsiders are few and far between these days. California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger (R.) (2003-2011) had no background or experience in lawmaking or government. He was an extremely ambitious Hollywood celebrity acceptable to the Establishment — a Republican analogue of Barack Obama.
This concealed dynamic works because contemporary “democracy” is a sham.
A better parallel to Trump is former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura (1999-2003), a half-Slovak, half-German celebrity with a dubious background (motorcycle gang member in California and “pro wrestler”), but basically Leftist and therefore acceptable (though not necessarily desirable) to the ruling class. His current party affiliation is Green.
Neely Tucker, a Southerner who married a Jamaican woman and adopted a Negro child from Rhodesia (Zimbabwe), noticed the parallels between Ventura and Trump as early as 2015. I recommend his article to racialists who think electoral politics are a viable path for change. Don’t worry, it is informative without challenging anyone’s erroneous faith in the System: “Is Jesse Ventura’s unlikely Minnesota win a road map for Donald Trump?” Washington Post, October 15, 2015.
Prior to becoming Governor, Ventura had at least some electoral and government experience, having served four years as mayor of a Minneapolis suburb, which is more than can be said for Donald Trump.
He won the governorship in an upset victory similar to Trump’s, unexpectedly beating his rivals — Jew Norm Coleman (R., former D.), later a U.S. Senator, and Hubert H. Humphrey III (D.), son of the well-known Senator and former Vice President — by a small margin.
Ventura effectively had no ties to either political party. (Mayors in Minnesota do not have party designations.) Like Trump, Ventura won due to his celebrity status and public perception as a maverick.
Ventura ran on the Reform (later Independence) Party ticket. Politically and ideologically that party does not meaningfully differ from the Democrats or Republicans. It doesn’t stand for anything. Trump met with Ventura in 2000 while exploring a possible Reform Party bid for the presidency himself — another indication of Trump’s superficial ties to the Republican apparatus.
The Minnesota Reform Party was small, without elected officials or a cadre of people with administrative experience in government.
Unlike Democrats, who can tap into deep visceral emotions (Politically Correct race hatred), but like Republicans, the Reform Party lacked a belief system capable of enflaming the passions of its followers. It possessed no highly developed spoils system to reward party workers like Democrats and Republicans have, and certainly nothing equivalent to the Democratic Party’s Antifa, Black Lives Matter, etc.
In other words, the Reform Party had no deeply committed followers, permanent political apparatus, or experienced government personnel.
Winning an election is entirely different from effecting social change once you’re in office. They are almost two different skills.
As an institutional but not ideological outsider Ventura could not possibly staff an entire gubernatorial administration by himself, or for that matter know how to run it.
Fortunately (for him), a former Minnesota Democratic state senator and U.S. congressman who had evolved into a quasi-neoconservative became his advisor. Thanks largely to this man’s long experience and extensive contacts, positions in the executive branch were filled, primarily with Democrats but also a few RINO Republicans (Republicans In Name Only). Since these people had experience, and Ventura was a Leftist anyway, the executive branch functioned in a fairly conventional manner.
So even on a comparatively “small” scale a lone outsider requires a large team in order to function. Broadly speaking, this principle applies to the legislative and judicial branches as well, if you really intend to change things.
Trump is working on a vastly larger scale than Ventura. And during his campaign he staked out a much more controversial position.
He promised that he would stop illegal immigration and repatriate migrants. This was unobtrusively scuttled fairly quickly in favor of building a wall with “a big beautiful door” in it to admit the alien flood in orderly bureaucratic fashion. Of course, the candidate continued to imply that he actually intended to keep people out.
Trump’s immigration policy and Politically Incorrect rhetoric undoubtedly won him the election. They also elicited violent opposition from the ruling class, Democrat and Republican. The “decider” in American politics is the ruling class, not the electorate.
Though nominally a Republican (to the party’s chagrin Trump won its nomination because the rank and file could vote), he lacked a genuine base within the party machine.
From the outset Trump was therefore hobbled by severe staffing problems that continue to dog him.
Experienced men and women capable of running the executive branch in Washington belong to the two-party clique, both elements of which hate Trump for raising the immigration issue (no democracy: no discussion), thereby temporarily throwing a bone to Whites who are being officially eliminated. Though elites bray arrogantly, they obviously are not 100% certain they’ve crossed the demographic point of no return. It is genocide, and the stakes are extremely high whenever such a blatant crime is being committed.
The criminals are also furious that any goy might actually believe that “ours was not a campaign, but rather an incredible and great movement made up of millions of hard-working men and women . . .” That is inexcusably uppity.
According to Jewish media accounts, as of June 2018, “Five hundred days into Trump’s presidency, the White House had yet to put forward the names of candidates for 204 of the 665 key positions [30%] that require Senate confirmation,” [emphasis added] and in October 2018 “half of the top 700 Trump administration jobs have not been filled.” (Brian Roberts’ CNBC)
This strongly suggests that the power structure does not want the executive branch to function in an orderly fashion at present, even with Congress, the judiciary, the monopoly media and Internet, organized Jewry, and violent domestic terrorists to offset it, never mind a President who is not a radical to begin with — a reflection of Trump’s institutional (but not ideological) outsider status.
Mull that over.
It vividly illustrates the unbelievable excess of caution Jews exercise in always getting their own way. With their mass media openly spouting virulent anti-White invective 24/7/365 and chortling about racial extinction and murder, you can be certain White “power” is now on a par with that of South Africans in 1990.
Fake news is filled with noise about high turnover in the executive branch. But one list I saw revealed a surprising number of victims forced out because of “racist comments” and similar fabrications. In other words, they were removed or resigned solely because of personal attacks on them by the media and Democrat-Republican coalition in Washington.
The (admittedly niggardly) counterpart in Washington of Ventura’s Democrat angel in Minnesota has been Bush Republicans and Israeli Zionists. Together they have made it possible for Trump to assemble and operate the executive staff, such as it is, that enables his office to function at all. There is nowhere else for appointees to come from.
“Bush administration alums now run huge swaths of Trump’s government. They’re at high levels of his departments of Homeland Security, Labor, State, Health and Human Services, and Treasury. At the White House, they staff his legal and domestic policy offices.” (Politico, December 23, 2018).
Trump’s most recent Supreme Court appointee, Irish Catholic sex criminal (the Establishment says) Brett Kavanaugh, is a former George W. Bush functionary with an appalling record of support for unconstitutional mass surveillance. Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch is another Bush appointee.
Trump’s Jewish nominee for Attorney General to replace Jeff Sessions is former George H.W. Bush Attorney General William Barr. The Attorney General oversees the FBI. (James Bovard, “William Barr’s Connection to Ruby Ridge, Defending FBI Snipers,” The American Conservative, January 16, 2019.)
For Jews, the Left, and government, power is everything. Serious outsiders must therefore do whatever is necessary to obtain it. Racial proponents of electoral politics (who should at least participate on the local level themselves, though my impression is that they do not) must think long and hard about the nuts and bolts of political change through party politics, the ballot box, and elective office. Perhaps actual participation would sober them up.
Unfortunately, change will not happen because some lone billionaire appears out of nowhere to save us. A century ago when Jews were less powerful than they are now, they handily destroyed Henry Ford — a formidable man. Unlike Trump or anybody else today Ford genuinely opposed the Jews. Comparatively speaking, he was the real deal.
I have not touched upon problems relating to the news, entertainment, and Internet monopoly, slimy Jewish hate groups (SPLC, ADL, etc.), System-backed street thugs, the Deep State, a corrupt judiciary, or hostile Congress and state and local governments. But you must take all of that into account as well.
To date, outsider small-d democrats who are not radicals (meaning: they are not opposed to White genocide, anti-White racism, degeneracy, or totalitarianism) can’t even assemble enough people to staff the executive branch at the state or federal levels, much less keep their personnel from being unceremoniously booted or permanently change Left-wing policies. All that fans of politics can do is vote for the lesser of two evils, which by definition is still evil.
President Trump is precisely what the Kenyan says he is: “a comma, not a period” in the long march of racial hatred, genocide, and totalitarianism across the globe.
In truth, he’s not even much of a comma.
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