2019/01/04

Conflicting Perceptions

The internecine conflict that's upturned the Republican party since 2015 can be described as a war of conflicting perceptions between Conservatives typified by Mitt Romney and populists represented by Trump.

David Reaboi explains.

Reaboi 1

For a full treatment of the Romney Republican vs. Trump Republican perspective conflict, see here as Tucker Carlson gives Mittens a thorough dressing down.

Reaboi 2

Reaboi is right. There's no going back to the aughts, when country club Republicans could pursue an aggressive invade the world/invite the world foreign policy while in power and put up feckless token resistance to the Left's treasons as the "loyal opposition".

Even if the establishment GOP succeeds in helping the swamp take down Trump, the Republican party's wholesale rejection by the coastal elite means they now represent flyover America. And that means they'll have to adopt a nationalist, populist agenda or go the way of the Whigs.

Reaboi 3

Mass immigration is invasion. Supporting an attempt to abolish the national sovereignty of the United States is treason, and traitors are more dangerous than openly declared enemies.

12 comments:

  1. Reaboi's comments about 'If you know what time it is' is the same Vox saying that the battle is won by the person/ideas whose time has come.

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    1. Yeah, that was one phrase that stuck out for me.

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  2. Brian,

    Tucker's takedown of Romney was an outstanding cri de coeur. The line: people reject those politicians who don't improve their lives is the meme for every future reformist platform and policy

    xavioer

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  3. “The answer used to be obvious. The overriding goal for America is more prosperity, meaning cheaper consumer goods. But is that still true? Does anyone still believe that cheaper iPhones, or more Amazon deliveries of plastic garbage from China are going to make us happy? They haven’t so far. A lot of Americans are drowning in stuff. And yet drug addiction and suicide are depopulating large parts of the country. Anyone who thinks the health of a nation can be summed up in GDP is an idiot.”

    Damn, Tucker!

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    1. So many good paragraphs by Tucker in the article, but this one also stood out to me.

      Time for new metrics to measure society by.

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    2. Durandel,

      esto lex sumprema salus populi

      xavier

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  4. Tucker’s article is a must read. Much better takedown and explanation than the Twitter clips.

    Romney et. al. will never defend middle America. Or if they do, it will be with false pretenses, for many of the GOP are Globalist cabal members and affiliates. We already see the fake nationists popping up in an attempt to control the opposition to the Globalist cabal. And I think recent events have started to wake enough people up. These liars need to up their game severely if they hope to pull a 180 and find accepting voter arms awaiting them.

    The Republican Party, if it survives, either goes legit nationalist or fake nationalist, with the latter leading to the party’s death and replacement. As for Romney and his team, they’ll be forced to leave just like the neoconservative/Trotskyite branch. There is no room in the Republican Party for his kind anymore. Conservatives don’t vote organizationally like Libtards, so even if the RNC was to set who we get to vote for like the DNC does, they won’t elicit a reflexive need to vote for the made man out of that population.

    Granted, based on demographics, Romney and co may just jump ship if there is no money and power to be made in leading the Republican cabin crew working aboard the Globalist yacht. Why defend middle America when based on the numbers of natives to invaders, the middle has no hope of stopping the New World Order?

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    1. "We already see the fake nationists popping up in an attempt to control the opposition to the Globalist cabal."

      If Richard Spencer didn't already exist, the FBI would have to invent him.

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  5. Glad Tucker decided to wind his watch.

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  6. Always kill a traitor before an enemy

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    1. Don't know who inspired you to say that, but the best-case scenario among historical precedents would be Chiang Kai-Shek. (Best case because he, unlike the others, fell more or less on the right side of the Nolan Dichotomy.)

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