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Tale Of Two Speeches: Brave (And Honorable) Trump! B-o-r-i-n-g, Paranoid Clinton



  VDARE.com Editor Peter Brimelow writes:

A very important speech was given today—by Donald J. Trump, in Manchester New Hampshire. It continued his recent pattern (here, here) of powerful calls for patriotic immigration reform:
For decades, the American people have demanded that their immigration laws be enforced and that their jobs be protected from out-of-control immigration. But the special interests, who only want cheap labor, have stopped it from happening.

(That means you, Bush clan).

But it also contained a dramatic defense of Americans’ right to discuss immigration and crime, anticipating Hillary Clinton’s attempt to shout down such discussion by screaming RACIST!!!!

Trump said [ VDARE.links]:
Voters are used to the old game where failed politicians like Hillary Clinton falsely smear Republicans with charges of racism. Republicans then back down. Democrats then continue to push policies that are devastating to communities of color.

We must break this corrupt cycle. And we are going to break it beginning today.

So let me make some very clear statements before this whole country.

First, on the border. People who want their laws enforced and respected, and who want their border secured, are not racists. They are patriotic Americans of all backgrounds who want their jobs protected and their country kept safe.

I will never apologize for pledging to enforce
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Prediction: If Hillary Wins, She’ll Have A Special Prosecutor Investigating Her Corruption Within A Year

Prediction: If Hillary Clinton wins, within a year of her inauguration, she will be under investigation by a special prosecutor on charges of political corruption, thereby continuing a family tradition.

For consider what the Associated Press reported this week:

The surest way for a person with private interests to get a Read more >>

No More GOP Pandering–Trump Asking Minorities To Vote Like Americans!



intrumpwetrustThe modern Democratic Party is obsessed with voting blocs they call "Latinos," "Hispanics" and the "blacks and browns.”

But apart from ethnic pimps trying to get money from the government, no authentic person calls himself a "Hispanic." They're "Portuguese," "Cuban" or "Colombian"—and they don't think of themselves as "brown.”

Everybody else is from a country.

It's an insult to imagine that recent immigrants are all in a simmering rage at Trump's affront to the brown masses. Salvadorans and Guatemalans resent having to pretend they're Mexican—much less Mexican illegal immigrant rapists.

Mexico is heaving Hondurans out of their country. El Salvador and Honduras went to war over a soccer game. But we're supposed to imagine that the moment they cross the Rio Grande, they all become blood brothers.

The only people who believe in something called "Hispanics" are white liberals and the RNC. The condescending class is not happy unless they are infantilizing minorities.

Republicans B.T. (Before Trump) worked overtime to Read more >>

Leo DiCaprio’s Dirty Dollars…And Hillary’s

Actor-playboy Leonardo DiCaprio walked away from a fender bender in the Hamptons this weekend without a scratch.

But the outspoken liberal should not escape unscathed from his train wreck of high-dollar financial dealings with donors and businessmen in one of world's most rotten regimes.

Forget about the saving the environment, son. Read more >>

SAID IN SPANISH: Mexico Grooms DREAMer Fifth Column; Puerto Rican Astrologer Picks Hillary; “Trump Must Be Stopped”...


They used to sacrifice people on that pyramid


Mexico’s elite is still terrified of Trump—and it’s still blatantly meddling in U.S. politics. (My translations throughout.).

Mexican Government Grooming DREAMer Fifth Column

One of the justifications for the whole DREAMer Amnesty is these poor kids were brought here so young they don’t even know their home country blah blah. In other words, these DREAMers are more American than Mexican (or whatever), so let’s legalize ‘em ASAP.

Oh yeah? So why were a group of DREAMERS taken to Mexico to get them back in touch with their roots? After getting in touch with said roots, they were whisked back here to the U.S. of A.

La Opinión, the biggest Spanish-language periodical in the United States, featured the story, including a photo (above) of the group visiting the pyramids of Teotihuacan near Mexico City:
After reconnecting with their roots
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Ann Coulter’s IN TRUMP WE TRUST: Immigration, Not Charisma, Explains Trump’s Appeal



See also: David Frum On Ann Coulter’s ADIOS AMERICA!—And Peter Brimelow’s ALIEN NATION

intrumpwetrustSpeculation that columnist Ann Coulter might not be disinclined to Donald Trump’s candidacy began when she characterized her attitude toward him as “blind worship...like the North Korean people with their dear, dear leader.” Her description of him as “my hero, our savior” and “the greatest candidate for president ever” did little to dispel the rumors. But her declaration that Trump’s policy paper on immigration was “the greatest political document since the Magna Carta” and that she “totally would” marry him if he were single may have been the broadest hints yet that an outright endorsement might be in the offing.

Today she places him in the company of the Almighty with the release of her book In Trump We Trust: E Pluribus Awesome!

The clarity with which Miss Coulter makes her preferences known is rivaled only by that of Trump’s own message. As she reminds us, he announced his candidacy “in a speech talking about Mexican rapists, pledging to deport illegal aliens and build a wall.” All hell broke loose and within a week, he had lost tens of millions of dollars: Univision dumped Trump’s Miss USA pageant; NBC dumped both the Miss USA and Miss Universe pageants; Macy’s dumped his ties; and ESPN dumped his Trump National Golf Club.

Any other Republican would have issued a clarification that “what he meant was that Mexico was sending us its David Livingstones and Niels Bohrs to do the jobs Read more >>

Pat Buchanan: A Eulogy For John McLaughlin–Ave Atque Vale!

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Issue one!

To understand John McLaughlin, it was helpful to have been a 13-year-old entering an all-boys Jesuit school in the 1950s.

For when John yelled "Wronnng" at me from his center chair of "The McLaughlin Group," it hit with the same familiar finality I had heard, many times, from Jesuits at the front of the class at Gonzaga.

In that era, John was himself a Jesuit teacher at Fairfield Prep, where the black cape he wore and his authoritarian aspect had earned him from his students the nickname—Father God.

In 1970, Fr. John heard another calling, and, declaring himself a liberal Republican, challenged Sen. John Pastore in his home state of Rhode Island. An unamused Sen. Pastore obliterated John by two-to-one.

It was right after this election, while I was vacationing in the Bahamas, that, one mornin Read more >>
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