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A Realist’s Guide to American Politics

by David Sims

YOU WHO ARE not Americans need a guide to understanding US politics. Basically, it is entirely a game between (ostensibly) “rival” groups of Jews.

The Democratic Party is the party of the Marxist Jews. The Republican Party is the party of the Zionist Jews. Either way, though, the Jews run the show.

Donald Trump isn’t really serving the American people. He is serving the Zionist lobby. He has created the illusion of putting America first. In reality, he puts Israel first — exactly like every other Republican politician does.

For the Americans, Donald Trump does “a little something” once in a while. His promises to the Americans are always under-fulfilled. At the same time, his promises to Israel are always fully fulfilled. Trump is the Zionists’ president in reality; he only pretends to be America’s president.

Even so, Trump is better for the Americans than any Democratic candidate would be. The Democrats would serve the Marxist Jews in a way that would harm the United States, and its citizens, much worse and more rapidly, as compared with the Republicans. I’ve said before that Donald Trump is the best president that the United States has had in a long while. That’s true. But it’s very faint praise.

In other words, the choices of the American people are merely between not-so-good and much, much worse than not-so-good. We don’t have, and for a very long time haven’t had, a really good president for the American people.

And, in the end, these “rival” groups of Jews aren’t really rivals at all. They are working together to keep America as their enslaved minion. Neither of them cares what economic system Americans have, except insofar as it serves to prevent Americans from escaping from Jewish control. If capitalism does that better than socialism, then the Zionist Jews will prevail over the Marxist Jews. If socialism works better for the Jews than capitalism does, then the Marxist Jews will prevail over the Zionist Jews.

The Jews will simply stage-manage all of the relevant controversies in the media so that they get whichever result they desire.

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Bob in DC
Bob in DC
5 January, 2020 5:12 pm

“Even so, Trump is better for the Americans than any Democratic candidate would be.”

Not last time. Maybe never. As I posted elsewhere:

“Donald Trump has shown his true (((colors))) for many years. – https://americanfreepress.net/who-towers-behind-trump/ – Hillbillary could have been controlled, but not Trojan Trump!”

Trumpenstein was the Boobus Americanus candidate from the outset.

5 January, 2020 10:12 pm

I had no illusions about Trump. The tip off was when Trump and Clinton groveled before AIPAC on consecutive nights (I think both appearances even televised live) even before their nominations. I still voted for him because 1) if he had lost, no one would ever again be able to raise his 3 main issues (immigration, foreign wars, bad trade deals) and 2) his promises were so explicit that he certainly would at least attempt to carry them out. I am astounded at how little he has done. And how little blame he gets from his supporters. He will now do even less because he is now dangling a shiny new war with Iran to distract them. I think he was put up to run to block any kind of… Read more »

Arvin N. Prebost
Arvin N. Prebost
Reply to  guest
6 January, 2020 8:58 am

Good article, good responses. I will probably vote for Trump again, though. At least with him I get to keep more of my hard-earned money. But even that might be one of his tricks.

I had hoped that Trump would be the modern Andrew Jackson.

It is all like television wrestling, except that we are the ones getting hurt and ruined.

Reply to  Arvin N. Prebost
6 January, 2020 9:28 am

Funny that you mention wrestling. When I was about 8 I asked my father why I couldn’t find the results of the wrestling I had just watched in the sports section of the newspaper. He laughed, explaining that it was fake.

It inspired the following riddle: What is the difference between politics and professional wrestling? Politics gets written up in the newspaper.

Reply to  Arvin N. Prebost
10 January, 2020 7:39 am

My wife and I stopped voting many years ago. An absurd expression down here in the United State of Israel is, “If you don’t vote, you don’t have the right to complain,” and, among those that do vote, “I always vote for the least evil of the candidates.” Well, our decision to not vote is essentially a vote against the system. By not voting we are still voting, but it’s just not for any of the Jew ass-kissers our masters serve up to us or for a form of government that is destroying us. And as far as voting “for the least evil candidate” goes, any candidate that is serving Israel (and they all are) is as evil a candidate as they can possibly be.

Kevin Alfred Strom
Kevin Alfred Strom(@admin)
Reply to  zard
10 January, 2020 8:39 am

“If you don’t vote, you don’t have the right to complain.” They do tell us that. And they also tell us, if we did vote, “Well, you voted. You had your say. So you have no right to complain.” Whether you vote or not, their message is clear: We have no right to complain as they steal everything we have, enslave us, and kill us.

Reply to  Kevin Alfred Strom
10 January, 2020 9:23 am

What they say regarding our complaints no longer matters, what does matter is that we continue to advance our message and use every means at our disposal to amplify it to where it reaches all Aryans. It’s a powerful means for us to regain control of our destiny, and when each of us participates in dissemination of our views, we increase our influence with our people towards that end.

Voting or not is an expression of its own but helps us with our message little, if any at all though exceptions may exist regarding the measurement of our message’s effectiveness and perhaps other uses.

6 January, 2020 8:08 am

Excuse me while I puke over the ‘lesser of two evils” sick, tired, analogy.
All of this was glaringly obvious from day one.

Anthony Collins
Anthony Collins
6 January, 2020 9:30 am

I remember that an issue of Instauration reported that there was a saying among Russians that “Communism and capitalism are but the two buttocks of the same ass.” The same thing can be said of Democrats and Republicans.

Reply to  Anthony Collins
7 January, 2020 10:53 pm

“Capitalism and Communism are 2 sides of the same jewish coin.” – Adolf Hitler

8 January, 2020 8:15 am

If the Jews are going to use America to conquer the world, then America needs to be in damn good shape to do that, hence the Jew masters have allowed Trump to MAGA, and this keeps all us Whites nice and happy. Meanwhile, the Jews sharpen the dagger that will be plunged into the back of this great nation once we have achieved all THEIR goals. Get ready America. Look behind you. Do you see those squinting eyes and that evil smirk ? Do you see that sharp dagger heading your way ?

10 January, 2020 7:55 am

JEWS are cohesive. They apply practiced cleverness and incessant effort to establish their so called New World Order. They have literally hundreds of so called “think tanks” working incessantly on exactly how to fool and manipulate us. We, on the other hand, have no “think tanks” at all that are not controlled by JEWS in the first place. It is very clever of the JEWS to give us hope by providing the illusion that their puppet Trump is independent of them and is doing what’s right for America… he isn’t. Trump’s stance on immigration control is too little too late and is mostly theater. His taking credit for a “robust economy” is a fraud; we are now many trillions of dollars more in debt under Trump. His “nationalism” is a… Read more »

10 January, 2020 11:14 am

American politics is consolidated despotism. Local and state identity is forbidden. It’s not Fort Worth, Texas; it’s Fort Worth, Texas USA.