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Creators of Trump



The World’s most powerful country may be on the verge of a second Civil War:

and for the SAME reasons. How did we get here - Again?



The amazing confluence of the Central Asian Dravidian Albinos moves to usurp Black rule in Europe: and the discovery and conquest of the Western Hemisphere - with it's 100plus million Blacks of Negroid, Mongoloid, and Caucasoid phenotypes, is beyond our ability to understand until we can get more documentation from the Albinos, who are in control of most of the materials of Man's history today. However, from what little that is available to us, certain conclusions can safely be drawn. i.e. Early in the modern era, the Huns, Mongolians, and other Mongoloid peoples of Asia: had chased "ALL" the Dravidian Albinos out of Asia. The reason for this extreme action can be guessed by the behavior of those same Albinos in Europe and the Americas, where the death toll is measured in 100's of millions.







Dravidians are speakers of any of the Dravidian languages. There are around 245 million native speakers of Dravidian languages. They form the majority of the population of South India. Dravidian-speaking people are natively found in India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, the Maldives, and Sri Lanka.

Dravidians have a mixture of origins: Archaic Ancestral South Asians, descended from the first migrants out of Africa who are not related to any group outside of the Indian subcontinent. Another group are neolithic farmers from Iran. These farmers brought agriculture to the Indian Subcontinent, but are distinct from the later Indo-Aryan migrations.

Although in modern times speakers of various Dravidian languages have mainly occupied the southern portion of India, Dravidian speakers must have been widespread throughout the Indian subcontinent before the Indo-Aryan migration into the subcontinent.

Sometime after arriving from Africa, the Albino Dravidians continued Northward into Central Asia seeking Cooler temperatures and less strong Sunshine. (The UV index is commonly 6-10 in India, but only 3-4 in Central Asia). While in Central Asia they inbred with each other, instead of with "Pigmented People". In such a case, they could only produce more Albinos like themselves, instead of "Mulattoes", which is what normally happens.


Making an Albino:


Everything about a "Biological Creature" (including humans), even down to type of eyelash, is encoded in our DNA. Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) is a molecule composed of two chains that coil around each other to form a double helix carrying the genetic instructions used in the growth, development, functioning, and reproduction of all known living organisms and many viruses.

We do not know what occurrence or natural phenomenon laid the groundwork for the appearance of the World’s first Albino. Because all creatures on Earth make Albinos, it would seem logical to assume that it was a "World-Wide" event, like a sudden super burst of radiation from the Sun - or something like that. (Note: White-Furred creatures like Polar Bears are NOT Albinos - they actually have Black Skin). Whatever the case, it's effects were not immediately noticeable because the damage was done to only "Some" Creatures, and it effected only half of the genes of their DNA.


In all the cells of our body, our genes are found on chromosomes (long strings of genes). We have many thousands of genes that provide information for our body to grow, develop and remain healthy. The gene sends messages to the cell to make important chemical products such as proteins.


Humans contain two copies of each gene, one from the father and one from the mother, which sometimes are referred to as the alleles of a gene. If a mutation occurs in just one copy of the gene then that individual is considered heterozygous. On the other hand if both copies of a gene are mutated then that individual is homozygous genotype. The majority of hereditary disorders are harmful if both copies or alleles of a gene are affected, which means protein products from both genes may fail to operate properly.

Autosome - Oculocutaneous Albinism

An autosome is a chromosome that is not an allosome (a sex chromosome). Autosomes appear in pairs whose members have the same form but differ from other pairs in a diploid cell, whereas members of an allosome pair may differ from one another and thereby determine sex. Oculocutaneous albinism is inherited in an autosomal recessive pattern, which means both copies of a gene in each cell have mutations. Most often, the parents of an individual with an autosomal recessive condition each carry one copy of the mutated gene, but they do not show signs and symptoms of the condition.

Autosomal recessive

Autosomal recessive is one of several ways that a trait, disorder, or disease can be passed down through families. An autosomal recessive disorder means two copies of an abnormal gene must be present in order for the disease or trait to develop.



Put in its simplest terms, an Albino can only be produced when a Black Man with a "Mutated" Albinism gene (though having normal looking Black skin), mates with a Black Woman with a "Mutated" Albinism gene (though having normal looking Black skin). Their chances of producing an Albino is indicated by the graphic above.

As can be clearly seen, ONE child will be an Albino, ONE child will be Black and having "Normal" genes, but TWO will have Black skin and "Mutated" genes, and thus be "Carriers" of Albinism.




Thus the first Human Albino did not appear until an African Man with a one-half damaged gene, and an African Woman with a one-half damaged gene - Mated. The resulting White Baby must have shocked them no-end.


However when TWO Whites/Albinos mate: i.e. having only "Recessive" genes.


European Albinos twist themselves into pretzels with doublespeak, trying to confuse this fact. But the everyday evidence is beyond confusion: throughout the World, Blacks produce millions of White Babies daily. But there has never been a single verified case of a White/Albino couple producing a Black Baby. Or as Blacks are fond of saying: "We can make you - But you can't make us"




Having inbred among themselves over Millennia(?) (no one knows how old the White/Albino Race is), and creating a new Race, the Dravidian Albinos are NOW Central Asian Albinos, who return to India as invaders - circa 1,500 B.C. Their invasion of India is finally halted in Southern India by the Dravidians. The Hindu Bible (of sorts) "The Rig Veda" has many Hymn's which chronicle these great "Race Wars" between Blacks and their returning Albinos.


Rig Veda


The Rigveda (Sanskrit: "praise" and veda "knowledge") is an ancient Indian collection of Vedic Sanskrit hymns along with associated commentaries on liturgy, ritual and mystical exegesis. It is one of the four sacred canonical texts of Hinduism known as the Vedas. The core text, known as the Rigveda Samhita, is a collection of 1,028 hymns in about 10,600 verses organized into ten books.

The oldest layers of the Rigveda Samhita are among the oldest extant texts in any Indo-European language. Philological and linguistic evidence indicates that the bulk of the Rigveda Samhita was composed in the northwestern region of the Indian subcontinent, most likely between c. 1500 and 1200 B.C, although a wider approximation of c. 1700–1100 BC has also been given. The initial codification of the Rigveda took place during the early Kuru kingdom (c. 1200–900 B.C.).


Selected text from the Rig Veda.


Please note: as in the United States, Albinos always try to demonize Black people

trying to defend their lands against invading Albinos intent on murder and conquest.



HYMN C. Indra.
18. He, much invoked, hath slain Dasyus and Simyus, after his wont, and laid them low with arrows.
The mighty Thunderer with his fair−complexioned friends won the land, the sunlight, and the waters.

HYMN XLI. Soma Pavamana.

1. ACTIVE and bright have they come forth, impetuous in speed like bulls, Driving the black skin far away.
2 Quelling the riteless Dasyu, may we think upon the bridge of bliss, Leaving the bridge of woe behind.


11. Sing, with oblation, praise to him who maketh glad, who with. Rijisvan drove the dusky brood away!

1. WHEN we have pressed the juice we laud thee, Indra, and when, Most Valorous we have won the booty.
Bring us prosperity, as each desires it under thine own protection may we conquer.
2 Sublime from birth, mayst thou O Indra, Hero, with Surya overcome the Dasa races.

HYMN X.Yama Yami.
7 O Indra, thou shalt speak us fair: our holy prayer is offered up.
We pray to thee for help as thou didst strike the monster Susna dead.
Around us is the Dasyu, riteless, void of sense, inhuman, keeping alien laws.
Baffle, thou Slayer of the foe, the weapon which this Dasa wields.


3 The godless man, much−lauded Indra, whether he be Dasa or be Arya, who would war with us,−
Easy to conquer he for thee, with us, these foes: with thee may we subdue them in the clash of fight.

HYMN LIV. Indra.
1. I SING thy fame that, Maghavan, through thy Greatness the heavens and earth invoked thee in their terror,
Thou, aiding Gods, didst quell the power of Dasas, what time thou holpest many a race, O Indra.

6 All treasures hast thou won, of plains and mountains, and quelled the Dasas' and Aryas' hatred.

Arya and Dasa will we conquer with thine aid, with thee the Conqueror, with conquest conquest−sped.

HYMN CII. Indra.
3 O Indra, cast thy bolt among assailants who would slaughter us:
The weapon both of Dasa and of Arya foe keep far away, O Maghavan.

DECADE I Soma Pavamana
5. Impetuous, bright, have they come forth, unwearied in their speed, like bulls, driving the black skin far away.

HYMN C. Indra.
18 He, much invoked, hath slain Dasyus and Simyus, after his wont, and laid them low with arrows.
The mighty Thunderer with his fair−complexioned friends won the land, the sunlight, and the waters.

Plaguing the lawless he gave up to Manu's seed the dusky skin;
Blazing, 'twere, he burns each covetous man away, he burns, the tyrannous away.

HYMN CI. Indra.
1. SING, with oblation, praise to him who maketh glad, who with Rjisvan drove the dusky brood away.

HYMN IX. Agni.
Thou smotest down the swarthy fifty thousand, and rentest forts as age consumes a garment.

HYMN LXXIII. Soma Pavamana.
Blowing away with supernatural might from earth and from the heavens the swarthy skin which Indra hates.







Brown Hindu's are their Mulattoes





Mother and Daughter



As we can see from Benjamin Franklin's essay below: By 1751,

Europes Albinos had yet to figure out a way to get rid of their

Ruling Blacks and their loyal Black and Albino subjects.

Thus Albinos like Franklin had originally wanted

the Americas to be the new "HOMELAND" of Albinos;

with all the "Pigmented" peoples removed i.e. killed-off.











The major vehicles for the defeat of the Black Monarchies in Europe was the "Thirty Years War" on the Continent, and the English "Civil Wars" in Britain. The Albinos spent the next few centuries emptying Europe of Blacks, shipping them off to the Caribbean and the American mainland as Slaves and Indentures, who were often converted to Slaves. Those wishing to track these human shipments may use the facilities of the "Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild" which has a vast list of Ships and people to the United States and other places. A word of caution here for Blacks: this list was compiled by Albinos for Albinos, consequently they have no interest in identifying those people who were Black.

In that regard these "Keys" may be used: English Ships that were picking up Human cargo in Continental Countries like Holland or Germany, and then going to England to pick up more people, and then proceeding to the Americas, were moving mostly Black survivors of the various "Race Wars". Another "Tell" is the reference to these passengers as Palatine's (note that Benjamin Franklin also refers to them in his essay above). All of this is made easier in the books "JACOBITE GLEANINGS FROM STATE MANUSCRIPTS" where many people are differentiated by race. Also note that several Ships used to transport supporters of the Black Stuart Dynasty in Britain (Jacobite's) are listed on the "Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild" site.


Note: those same "Swarthy" Palatine Boors of Germany, mentioned by Benjamin Franklin above, can be traced being shipped to the Americas as bound Indentured Servants on the Transcribers guild site.


Ship Glasgow - Rotterdam via Cowes, England to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, September 9, 1738. Carried a cargo of Palatine Males.

(Electoral Palatinate or County Palatine of the Rhine, a historic state of the Black Holy Roman Empire).

The Prisoners were required to take this oath:

Oath of Allegiance: We Subscribers Natives and late Inhabitants of the Palatinate upon the Rhine and places adjacent, having transported ourselves and Families into the Province of Pennsylvania, a Colony Subject to the Crown of Great Britain, in hopes and expectation of finding a retreat and peaceable Settlement therein DO solemnly promise and engage that we will be faithful and bear true Allegiance to his present Majesty King George the Second and his Succession Kings of Great Britain, and will be faithful to the Proprietor of this Province and that we will demean ourselves (Bow and Scrape) peaceably to all his Majesties Subjects, and Strictly observe and conform to the Laws of England and of this Province to the utmost of our power and best of our understanding.

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{Since Pennsylvania was not a Slave State, and lacking a current need for Indentures, these prisoners were apparently just let go free, after swearing not to rebel or cause trouble}.


[Jacobite prisoners on the other hand, were given Slavery in Slavery areas, or a Seven year Indenture].

The following proclamation accompanied the Prisoners...

Note: this is a "True Copy" of the proclamation with spelling errors intact.

The proclamation about the 80 Rebbells Transported in the Ship Friendship, read in Governor Hart's office, April 28th, 1717. At a Council held at his Excellency's house, in the City of Annapolis, the 28th day of August, in the third year of his Majesties Reign, And the first of his Lordship's Dominion. Anno Domini, 1716.

Present: His Excellency John Hart, Esquire, Captain General & Governor in Chief, The Honorable Thomas Brooke, Esquire, Coll: Wm. Holland, Coll: Wm. Coursey, Lt:Coll: Saml. Young, Tho. Addison, Phi. Loyd, Esquire, Lt: Coll: Richd. Tilghman, Coll: Thomas Smyth, of his Lordship's Council.”


“Whereas his most Sacred Majesty, out of his aabundant Clemency, has caused eighty of the Rebbells (most of them Scotsmen) lately taken at Preston, in Lancashire, to be transported from Great Brittain in this province, in the Ship Friendship of Belfast, Michael Mankin, Commander, and Signified to me his Royall pleasure by one of his principall Secretaries of State, that the said Rebbells, to the number aforesaid, should be sold to the Assignes of the Merchants, who should purchase them for the full Term of Seven Years and not for any lesser time. And that I should cause the said Rebbells to enter in to Indentures to performe such service, or otherwise grant the respective purchasers proper Certificates of their being so sold them by his Majesties royall Command, and cause the said Certificates to be recorded, the better to enable them to detain them, least they should at any time attempt to make their escape not being bound. It appearing to be his Majesty's pleasure the aforesaid Rebbells should continue in this province for & dureing the whole term and Space of Seven Years aforesaid. And, whereas, the said Rebells, Notwithstanding his Majesty's Clemency & Pleasure, signified as aforesaid, have Obstinately refused to enter into such Indentures, And that the greatest part of them already have been sold, And the rest will, in all probability, be disposed of with such proper Certificates, by me granted to the respective purchasers, as by his Majesty directed, In order to enable them to retake any such of them who may at any time hereafter attempt to make their Escape.

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Continuing: ONLY ONE PROBLEM THOUGH - The Central Asian Albinos discovered that they could NOT work in "Strong Sunlight". Apparently like today, most Albinos do not realize that they are indeed Albinos, and if they attempt to work in the Sun to farm and feed themselves in areas south of 40 degrees North and North of 40 degrees South {the Mason/Dixson line in the North}, the Sun will kill them directly or indirectly. i.e If they bundle-up with clothing to avoid the Sun, the heat build-up might kill them.





However, even being above 40 degrees North is no guarantee, as the early Northern Albino Indentures found out.

See highlighted text below (which is true).




Please note: Digital History is an Albino source created for Albinos.

Therefore it is part truth and part lie.

Good judgment and common sense should be used when deciding which is which.





This is the correct information as regards the Slave Trade.





It must have seemed to the Albinos that throughout their history, they had been on the short end of circumstance as relates to their "Physicality". Here is what the (Black) Roman historian Tacitus wrote about them at the turn of the modern era:


Tacitus: Germany Book 1 [1]

1. Germany is separated from the Galli, the Rhæti, and Pannonii, by the rivers Rhine and Danube; mountain ranges, or the fear which each feels for the other, divide it from the Sarmatæ and Daci. Elsewhere ocean girds it, embracing broad peninsulas and islands of unexplored extent, where certain tribes and kingdoms are newly known to us, revealed by war.

The name Germany, on the other hand, they say, is modern and newly introduced, from the fact that the tribes which first crossed the Rhine and drove out the Gauls, and are now called Tungrians, were then called Germans. Thus what was the name of a tribe, and not of a race, gradually prevailed, till all called themselves by this self-invented name of Germans, which the conquerors had first employed to inspire terror.

4. For my own part, I agree with those who think that the tribes of Germany are free from all taint of intermarriages with foreign nations, and that they appear as a distinct, unmixed race, like none but themselves. Hence, too, the same physical peculiarities throughout so vast a population. All have fierce blue eyes, red hair, huge frames, fit only for a sudden exertion. They are less able to bear laborious work. Heat and thirst they cannot in the least endure; to cold and hunger their climate and their soil inure them.

Clearly Albinos are not well suited to life and work in Sunny climates. So they realized there was only two ways to go for survival. 1) Produce offspring with pigmented people - the Mulattoes of the Americas: i.e. Non-Black American Indians, the Mestizos of Mexico and Central America, and the Mulattoes of Puerto Rico, Cuba, Dominican Republic among others in the Americas; and those in North Africa and the Middle East. OR 2) Enslave Pigmented people to do the work FOR them. Needless to say, they did both.



















Oh - the indignity of having to hide in the shade while other men do your work for you, because of your fear of the Sun. We do not know what the Albinos psyche was like in Asia or Europe, but in the Americas they became Rabid Haters and Murderers. The worst of these may be those like southerners in the U.S. who out of their own self-loathing for not being able to work their own fields and thus provide for themselves, turned their hatred, resentments, and self-loathing onto those who could provide for themselves - Pigmented Humans.



The first American Civil War (Hopefully the only one)!


Background: The first American Civil War was brought about because European Albinos in the Northern States decided that Human Slavery was just too repugnant to be allowed to exist in the United States any longer. Problem was, Agriculture was the only industry of the Southern States, and without pigmented Workers, Agricultural work could not be done in the Southern States because "Normal Whites" (European Albinos) could not survive working in the strong Sunlight of the Southern States.

To complicate matters more: Because of the great wealth derived from their inhumanity, Politically the South was dominant. Slave owners occupied the presidency for about three quarters of the nation’s first sixty-four years. A slave owner, John Marshall, served as the chief justice of the Supreme Court for over three decades and was succeeded by another one, Roger Taney, who headed the Court for almost as long. For much of this time, southerners had a grip on the cabinet and lower government positions as well.

Naturally these material realities created even more hatreds in the Albinos of the Southern States: they first hated Northern Albinos for abolishing slavery and destroying their wealth and position. And they hated Blacks and Browns for being normal and healthy and at home in Sunlight, so that they could do what the Albinos could not do; work their own fields and provide for themselves without exploiting others. After the first Civil War was over, the Northern Albinos rebuilt the Southern States, but required the Southerners to PAY their pigmented Workers: who were of course kept as second-class citizens.





Sharecropping was a scheme devised in the American South after the Civil War to exploit the “free” blacks who made their living as farmers. Its purpose was to replace the plantation slave labor force which had existed in the years before the loss of the Civil War by the confederacy. Most of the old landowners regained control of their land during Reconstruction and devised ways to get the laborers back under their control.





For Albinos who did not have enough land for Blacks to "Sharecrop,"

abject poverty was the only possible result: because unlike Blacks,

they could not hire themselves out to Albinos with land as Sharecroppers.

More reason to hate Blacks.






In sharecropping, a poor tenant farmer who did not have the money or opportunity to own land would work a plot belonging to a landowner. The landowner would receive a share of the harvest as payment. The landowners would set the terms of the agreement and sometimes change the terms to suit themselves. The functional design of sharecropping was to get the landowner cheap labor while retaining ownership of the property. The landowner also profited by selling supplies (i.e. seed, tools, food, clothing, etc.) at predatory rates. This practice kept the workers too broke to save money on their own and leave. The sharecropping contract was legally enforceable and Jim Crow law enforcement agencies helped punish any who were caught resisting or attempting to escape.



Necessity is the mother of invention.


"A need or problem encourages creative efforts to meet the need or solve the problem."

The Black Greek philosopher Plato.






But they still needed "Pigmented People"





Delusions of "Goodness"


The Albinos have never been able to accept what they are, and to a great extent, their true fearful, xenophobic, murderous, and exploitive nature. Thus when they freed the Slaves, they would not allow full citizenship for the ex-slave, they made sure to keep pigmented humans of whatever ethnicity, in a class below Albinos - all the while proclaiming themselves "Good People" - ever hear evangelicals?


Jim Crow laws

Jim Crow laws were state and local laws that enforced racial segregation in the Southern United States. All were enacted in the late 19th and early 20th centuries by white Democratic-dominated state legislatures after the Reconstruction period. The laws were enforced until 1965. In practice, Jim Crow laws mandated racial segregation in all public facilities in the states of the former Confederate States of America, starting in the 1870s and 1880s, and were upheld in 1896, by the U.S. Supreme Court's "separate but equal" legal doctrine for facilities for African Americans, established with the court's decision in the case of Plessy vs. Ferguson.

Over time, American Blacks were able to exploit the Albinos delusion of "Goodness, Fairness, and Honor, to convince Albinos that they should live up to their humane aspirations and afford Pigmented people "Full" citizenship and the benefits thereof. The result was the "Civil Rights Laws" of the 1960's. Not surprisingly, the Southern Albinos, and those others of low nature, reacted almost immediately. Their response was "THE SOUTHERN STRATEGY".


In modern times it all really started to get bad when Richard Nixon moved to counteract the power enjoyed by Democratic progressives like John F. Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, and Robert Kennedy, who in large part, were the albinos responsible for the Civil Rights Laws enacted by the U.S. Congress. But these laws angered the degenerate Albinos of the Confederate South - who were also Democrats.

The Southern Strategy: (From Wikipedia).

In American politics, southern strategy refers to methods the Republican Party used to gain political support in the South by appealing to the racism against African Americans harbored by many southern white voters. As the African American Civil Rights Movement and dismantling of Jim Crow laws in the 1950s and 1960s visibly deepened pre-existing racial tensions in much of the Southern United States, Republican politicians such as presidential candidate Richard Nixon and Senator Barry Goldwater developed strategies that successfully contributed to the political realignment of many white, conservative voters in the South to the Republican Party that had before, traditionally supported the Democratic Party.
Ronald Reagan:

In 1980, Republican candidate Ronald Reagan made a much-noted appearance at the Neshoba County Fair. His speech there contained the phrase "I believe in states' rights" and was cited as evidence that the Republican Party was building upon the Southern strategy again. Reagan's campaigns used racially coded rhetoric, making attacks on the "welfare state" and leveraging resentment towards affirmative action. Dan Carter explains "Reagan showed that he could use coded language with the best of them, lambasting welfare queens, busing, and affirmative action as the need arose." During his 1976 and 1980 campaigns Reagan employed stereotypes of welfare recipients, often invoking the case of a "welfare queen" with a large house and a Cadillac using multiple names to collect over $150,000 in tax-free income. Aistrup described Reagan's campaign statements as "seemingly race neutral" but explained how whites interpret this in a racial manner, citing a DNC funded study conducted by CRG Communications. Though Reagan didn't overtly mention the race of the welfare recipient, the unstated impression in whites' minds were black people and Reagan's rhetoric resonated with Southern white perceptions of black people.






Thus the descendants of the degenerates who fought for, or supported Human Slavery,

became "Conservative Republicans". Then after years of failure in finding a suitable champion

for their vile cause, they finally found someone willing to wallow in moral excrement with them,

they found the totally amoral buffoon Donald Trump.






Donald Trump - 45th President of the United States

By Jeet Heer (New Republic)
February 18, 2016

Trump’s campaign can best be understood not as an outlier but as the latest manifestation of the Southern Strategy, which the Republican Party has deployed for a half-century to shore up its support in the old Confederate states by appeals to racial resentment and white solidarity. Trump enjoys a commanding lead in all the South Carolina polls. A recent one by Public Policy Polling was especially illuminating in showing, in the pollsters’ words, just how much “Trump’s support in South Carolina is built on a base of voters among whom religious and racial intolerance pervades.”

This intolerance is manifested not just in support for Trump’s go-to issues of restricting immigration from Mexico and by Muslims, but also in anti-black attitudes and nostalgia for the slave South. Thirty-eight percent of Trump supporters told PPP they wish the South had won the Civil War, while only 24 percent said they’re pleased that the North prevailed. Trump is the only candidate in South Carolina’s Republican field for whom that’s true.


DONALD TRUMP - (The meaning of his name tells you all you need to know)


The etymology of the name Trump (v.2) Trump (the name): from
To: "fabricate, devise," 1690s, from trump "deceive, cheat" (1510s), from Middle English trumpen (late 14c.), from Old French tromper "to deceive," of uncertain origin. Apparently from se tromper de "to mock," from Old French tromper "to blow a trumpet." Brachet explains this as "to play the horn, alluding to quacks and mountebanks, who attracted the public by blowing a horn, and then cheated them into buying ...." The Hindley Old French dictionary has baillier la trompe "blow the trumpet" as "act the fool," and Donkin connects it rather to trombe "waterspout," on the notion of turning (someone) around. Connection with triumph also has been proposed. Related: Trumped; trumping. Trumped up "false, concocted" first recorded 1728.

Donald Trump's ancestors originated from the German village of Kallstadt in the Palatinate on his father's side, and from the Outer Hebrides in Scotland on his mother's side. All of his grandparents and his mother were born in Europe. Trump's paternal grandfather, Frederick Trump, first immigrated to the United States in 1885 at the age of 16 and became a citizen in 1892. He amassed a fortune operating boomtown restaurants and boarding houses in the Seattle area and the Klondike region of Canada during its gold rush. On a visit to Kallstadt, he met Elisabeth Christ and married her in 1902. The couple permanently settled in New York in 1905. Donald Trump’s grandfather found it necessary to write a letter begging not to be deported. Donald Trump's father was arrested at Ku Klux Klan riot in New York in 1927. The Trump family went on to become millionaire landlords in New York, regularly sued for racial discrimination.



Trump's People

His "Base"

He did not lead them astray: degenerates don't follow, they lead!

Donald Trump is just a greedy Buffoon, saying what they want him to say.

The entire body of Republican Party elected officials, lives in fear of displeasing them.

And with that we see the danger of the literal application of "Government by the People".

When the people in question are of the lowest sort.









Beware information from ANY Albino source.

Whether liberal or Rabid racist, Albinos will lie to serve the Albino cause. When Obama was elected, they claimed that it was Whites who elected him (it was actually Blacks). Part of the Albinos strategy for maintaining power, is to give Blacks and others, false numbers for their population strength. Then when Trump was elected, in order to hide the racist degenerate nature of most Albinos, they claimed that most Whites didn't support him - another lie. Actually 87% of Whites from all walks of life: Rich, Poor, and in-between, all supported him.






Psychology Today - Dec 31, 2017

A new report sheds light on the psychological basis for Trump's support.

An Analysis of Trump Supporters Has Identified five Key Traits:


The lightning-fast ascent and political invincibility of Donald Trump has left many experts baffled and wondering, “How did we get here?” Any accurate and sufficient answer to that question must not only focus on Trump himself, but also on his uniquely loyal supporters. Given their extreme devotion and unwavering admiration for their highly unpredictable and often inflammatory leader, some have turned to the field of psychology for scientific explanations based on precise quantitative data and established theoretical frameworks.

Although analyses and studies by psychologists and neuroscientists have provided many thought-provoking explanations for his enduring support, the accounts of different experts often vary greatly, sometimes overlapping and other times conflicting. However insightful these critiques may be, it is apparent that more research and examination is needed to hone in on the exact psychological and social factors underlying this peculiar human behavior.

In a recent review paper published in the Journal of Social and Political Psychology, Psychologist and UC Santa Cruz professor Thomas Pettigrew argues that five major psychological phenomena can help explain this exceptional political event.

1. Authoritarian Personality Syndrome

Authoritarianism refers to the advocacy or enforcement of strict obedience to authority at the expense of personal freedom, and is commonly associated with a lack of concern for the opinions or needs of others. Authoritarian personality syndrome—a well-studied and globally-prevalent condition—is a state of mind that is characterized by belief in total and complete obedience to one’s authority. Those with the syndrome often display aggression toward outgroup members, submissiveness to authority, resistance to new experiences, and a rigid hierarchical view of society. The syndrome is often triggered by fear, making it easy for leaders who exaggerate threat or fear monger to gain their allegiance.

Although authoritarian personality is found among liberals, it is more common among the right-wing around the world. President Trump’s speeches, which are laced with absolutist terms like “losers” and “complete disasters,” are naturally appealing to those with the syndrome.

While research showed that Republican voters in the U.S. scored higher than Democrats on measures of authoritarianism before Trump emerged on the political scene, a 2016 Politico survey found that high authoritarians greatly favored then-candidate Trump, which led to a correct prediction that he would win the election, despite the polls saying otherwise.
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2. Social dominance orientation

Social dominance orientation (SDO)—which is distinct but related to authoritarian personality syndrome—refers to people who have a preference for the societal hierarchy of groups, specifically with a structure in which the high-status groups have dominance over the low-status ones. Those with SDO are typically dominant, tough-minded, and driven by self-interest.

In Trump’s speeches, he appeals to those with SDO by repeatedly making a clear distinction between groups that have a generally higher status in society (White), and those groups that are typically thought of as belonging to a lower status (immigrants and minorities).

A 2016 survey study of 406 American adults published this year in the journal Personality and Individual Differences found that those who scored high on both SDO and authoritarianism were those who intended to vote for Trump in the election.

3. Prejudice

It would be grossly unfair and inaccurate to say that every one of Trump’s supporters have prejudice against ethnic and religious minorities, but it would be equally inaccurate to say that many do not. It is a well-known fact that the Republican party, going at least as far back to Richard Nixon’s “southern strategy,” used strategies that appealed to bigotry, such as lacing speeches with “dog whistles”—code words that signaled prejudice toward minorities that were designed to be heard by racists but no one else.

While the dog whistles of the past were more subtle, Trump’s are sometimes shockingly direct. There’s no denying that he routinely appeals to bigoted supporters when he calls Muslims “dangerous” and Mexican immigrants “rapists” and “murderers,” often in a blanketed fashion. Perhaps unsurprisingly, a new study has shown that support for Trump is correlated with a standard scale of modern racism.

4. Intergroup contact

Intergroup contact refers to contact with members of groups that are outside one’s own, which has been experimentally shown to reduce prejudice. As such, it’s important to note that there is growing evidence that Trump’s white supporters have experienced significantly less contact with minorities than other Americans. For example, a 2016 study found that “…the racial and ethnic isolation of Whites at the zip-code level is one of the strongest predictors of Trump support.” This correlation persisted while controlling for dozens of other variables. In agreement with this finding, the same researchers found that support for Trump increased with the voters’ physical distance from the Mexican border.

5. Relative deprivation

Relative deprivation refers to the experience of being deprived of something to which one believes they are entitled. It is the discontent felt when one compares their position in life to others who they feel are equal or inferior but have unfairly had more success than them.

Common explanations for Trump’s popularity among non-bigoted voters involve economics. There is no doubt that some Trump supporters are simply angry that American jobs are being lost to Mexico and China, which is certainly understandable, although these loyalists often ignore the fact that some of these careers are actually being lost due to the accelerating pace of automation.

These Trump supporters are experiencing relative deprivation, and are common among the swing states like Ohio, Michigan, and Pennsylvania. This kind of deprivation is specifically referred to as “relative,” as opposed to “absolute,” because the feeling is often based on a skewed perception of what one is entitled to. For example, an analysis conducted by FiveThirtyEight estimated that the median annual income of Trump supporters was $72,000.

If such data is accurate, the portrayal of most Trump supporters as “working class” citizens rebelling against Republican elites may be more myth than fact.
Comment: Albino media (Television News, Newspapers, Magazines, Online News sources) have been turning themselves into pretzels trying to categorize Trumps supporters as the lower class fringe, representing only 25% of Albinos. But the fact is that 87% of ALL American Albinos of EVERY CLASS, support Donald Trump and his pathetic fear of PIGMENTED PEOPLE.



What happens when a lying Buffoon lies to hate filled Ignoramuses?



Trump promises on coal, steel and China trade are all falling flat

By David Knowles

While President Trump regularly boasts that he has singlehandedly saved the U.S. coal and steel industries after years of decline while simultaneously tackling America’s trade imbalance with China, new data shows none of those claims to be true.

Trade deficit with China

The president has long argued that the quickest way to rectify a massive trade imbalance between the United States and China is to impose tariffs on Chinese imports. “Trade wars are good and easy to win,” he tweeted last March. In an address Monday to the American Farm Bureau Federation, Trump said his negotiations with China were “going very well,” but figures released Monday by the Chinese government showed that his plan isn’t working. Instead the U.S. trade deficit with China grew 17 percent in 2018, to a record $323.32 billion. Over the past year, as Trump launched a trade war with Beijing, Chinese exports to the U.S. grew by 11.3 percent, while China’s imports of American goods rose just 0.7 percent. American farmers have borne the biggest short term brunt of Trump’s policies, with U.S. soybean exports to China falling 98 percent in 2018 as Beijing retaliated against tariffs imposed by the president.


A 25 percent tariff on imports led to a temporary spike in steel prices last year but also hurt sales and profits at companies that buy steel, such as General Motors. And as manufacturers substituted other materials or cut production, steel prices have fallen back to where they were before the tariffs and stock prices for the largest U.S. producers fell by as much as 47 percent, the New York Times reported Monday. While Trump rightly notes that some companies have announced plans to either build new steel mills or refurbish existing ones, his most frequent and extravagant boast — that “U.S. Steel just announced that they’re building six new steel mills” — has no basis in fact.

Industry experts point out that employment in the steel industry will almost certainly continue to decline as a consequence of automation, even if production and profits increase. As the conservative think tank AEI points out, “Mr. Trump’s tariffs are trying to revive a world of steel production that no longer exists. He is taxing steel-consuming industries that employ 6.5 million and have the potential to grow more jobs to help a declining industry that employs only 140,000.”

Perhaps this explains why Trump has warmed to the idea of constructing a border wall on the U.S. border with Mexico out of steel rather than concrete. In an interview with NPR, Tom Gibson, president and CEO of the American Iron and Steel Institute estimated that the barrier would require a hefty order of 3 million tons of steel.


“You know what you can’t hurt? Coal. You can do whatever you want to coal. Very important. … We are back. The coal industry is back.” — President Trump at a 2018 rally in Charleston, W.V. After running in 2016 on a promise to save the coal industry, Trump was, after being elected, quick to proclaim victory on that score. He signed legislation overturning environmental regulations put in place during the Obama administration that industry opposed. And he tweeted in celebration when a Pennsylvania mine opened for business.

But an analysis of coal-fired power plants in the U.S. found that the industry as a whole continues its downward trajectory. In fact, more coal-fired power plants have closed during the first two years of Trump’s presidency than in all of former President Barack Obama’s first term, Reuters reported Monday.



Decent people have known Trump supporters

were degenerates for quite some time,

and they wrote about them.




1997 - Golfer Fuzzy Zoeller

Fuzzy Zoeller's comments are probably the most infamous of all. As Woods was rolling to his monumental win at the 1997 Masters, Zoeller, in a post-final round interview, had some interesting remarks about the 21-year-old. "He's doing quite well, pretty impressive. That little boy is driving well and he's putting well. He's doing everything it takes to win. So, you know what you guys do when he gets in here? You pat him on the back and say congratulations and enjoy it and tell him not to serve fried chicken next year. Got it. Or collard greens or whatever the hell they serve."




The Republican Party is scared to death of its own voters

By Chris Cillizza October 13, 2016

In the space of 96 hours, at least four Republican elected officials — Sens. John Thune (S.D.) and Deb Fischer (Neb.), as well as Reps. Bradley Byrne (Ala.) and Scott Garrett (N.J.) — went from condemning Donald Trump and insisting that he should step aside as the party's presidential nominee to acknowledging that they planned to support the GOP ticket.



Many GOP politicians dislike Trump. (But) they’re terrified to admit it.

By David Jolly - David Jolly is a Republican former member of Congress for Florida.
May 1, 2018.

In speaking with my former Republican colleagues still in Congress, the one consistent refrain I hear is, “I’m just keeping my head down, trying not to get noticed.” Some have privately told me that serving in Congress during the Trump administration is “miserable.” Moreover, a colleague who has decided to call it quits confessed that he is doing so to try to salvage his political career by not being forever branded a “Trump Republican.” Few Republican officials today are willing to openly criticize the president, even if they have deeply held reservations about Trump’s ability to govern. They instead keep their laments private, their panic measured and their comments off the record. It’s obvious why GOP lawmakers remain silent. This is Trump’s Republican Party, and his approval numbers among Republican voters sit close to 90 percent. Cross him, and you risk the wrath not only of the president but also of the electoral base that he has cultivated to wrest control of the party.


The New Yorker - Aug. 20, 2018

Trump’s Base Has Become Too Delusional For the GOP’s Own Good

By Eric Levitz

For decades now, the conservative movement has sought to keep its core voters confined to a carefully curated media ecosystem — one where the Democratic Party is a Marxist-Islamist organization, America is the world’s most over-taxed nation, illegal immigrants bear sole responsibility for the stagnation of middle-class wages (and/or all violent crime), and there’s never been a better time to buy gold coins.

In many respects, this project has been a great boon to the Republican Party. Research suggests that Fox News’ existence significantly boosts the GOP’s vote-share (and might have even swung the 2004 election to George W. Bush). And, in addition to helping Republicans win elections, the right-wing echo-chamber has given the party a freer hand once in power. More tax cuts for the wealthy, less social insurance for the working class, and near-total impunity for polluters and predatory lenders is not a popular platform, even with Republican voters. But by supplying conservatives with “alternative facts” about such policies; stoking their cultural resentments and racialized fears; and branding all non-conservative media as biased or liberal (or, in today’s parlance, “fake news”) the GOP has succeeded in retaining the loyalty of its grassroots, while betraying their stated preferences on a wide range of economic issues.

But cultivating mass delusion has also had downsides for the GOP — or, at least, for its Establishment. During the Obama years, the tail began wagging the dog — the party’s propaganda outlets went from selling the leadership’s policies to dictating them. Alarmist lies about an imminent debt crisis didn’t just provide momentum to Paul Ryan’s austerity agenda — they nearly forced a debt default that the Speaker (along with all of corporate America) had no interest in. And then, of course, Fox News lost control of its own audience, and the network’s “birther” correspondent became the GOP’s 2016 standard-bearer.

Now, Republican consultants are concerned that the combination of their voters’ insulation from reality — and Donald Trump’s fragile ego — could cost the party control of the House.

And their fear is quite rational. The party that controls the White House almost always has a tough time mobilizing its base in midterm elections. When voters see their team in power everyday, they feel secure; and thus, complacent; and thus, less obligated to drive to their polling places after work. GOP strategists hope to combat this perennial problem by turning their party’s weakness into a strength: With polls predicting a “blue wave” this November, Republicans hope to instill an energizing panic in their base over the terrifying prospect of Speaker Pelosi.

But the president’s narcissism compels him to undermine this gambit. To acknowledge that Democrats are poised for a landslide would be to acknowledge that the American people do not overwhelmingly approve of his job performance. Therefore, Trump has assured his voters that all those reports about a “blue wave” are fake news, and that Republicans are certain to keep Congress in November. Fox News has dutifully echoed this message, and the GOP base has fully absorbed it.



Trump Supporters Have Now Turned to Dangerous Delusion to Justify Staying the Course

CNN's Jim Acosta captured video of the aggressive, anti-media behavior at last night's rally in Florida.
By Jack Holmes - Aug 1, 2018

It has been clear for some time that prolonged support for Donald Trump, American president, has an impact on one's psyche. Sticking with him through all the tawdry, disgraceful displays has led to a kind of psychological sunk cost, where people are willing to go to basically any lengths to justify their investment. That includes, most directly, surrendering their reasoning faculties to The Leader, accepting his word as The Truth and rejecting any dissenting information from independent sources—like, say, The Mainstream Media—as biased Fake News. We saw this manifest Tuesday in a poll in which 91 percent of strong Trump supporters suggested they trust him for accurate information, while just 11 percent trust the press. As if to drive home the point, the president held another unhinged rant-a-thon in Tampa last night, just Saying Things that came to mind—like suggesting you have to show ID to buy groceries—as the crowd cheered raucously. And after he got done saying Democrats would have "gotten rid of law enforcement" if they'd won the election, his supporters greeted the media in attendance:


New York Times

As Critics Assail Trump, His Supporters Dig In Deeper

By Jeremy W. Peters - June 23, 2018

LEESBURG, Va. — Gina Anders knows the feeling well by now. President Trump says or does something that triggers a spasm of outrage. She doesn’t necessarily agree with how he handled the situation. She gets why people are upset. But Ms. Anders, 46, a Republican from suburban Loudoun County, Va., with a law degree, a business career, and not a stitch of “Make America Great Again” gear in her wardrobe, is moved to defend him anyway.

“All nuance and all complexity — and these are complex issues — are completely lost,” she said, describing “overblown” reactions from the president’s critics, some of whom equated the Trump administration’s policy of separating migrant children and parents to history’s greatest atrocities. “It makes me angry at them, which causes me to want to defend him to them more,” Ms. Anders said.

In interviews across the country over the last few days, dozens of Trump voters, as well as pollsters and strategists, described something like a bonding experience with the president that happens each time Republicans have to answer a now-familiar question: “How can you possibly still support this man?” Their resilience suggests a level of unity among Republicans that could help mitigate Mr. Trump’s low overall approval ratings and aid his party’s chances of keeping control of the House of Representatives in November.

“He’s not a perfect guy; he does some stupid stuff,” said Tony Schrantz, 50, of Lino Lakes, Minn., the owner of a water systems leak detection business. “But when they’re hounding him all the time it just gets old. Give the guy a little.”

Republican voters repeatedly described an instinctive, protective response to the president, and their support has grown in recent months: Mr. Trump’s approval rating among Republicans is now about 90 percent. And while polling has yet to capture the effect of the last week’s immigration controversy, the only modern Republican president more popular with his party than Mr. Trump at this point in his first term, according to Gallup, was George W. Bush after the country united in the wake of the Sept. 11 attacks.

Mr. Trump has also retained support across a range of demographics other than the working-class voters who are most identified with him. This includes portions of the wealthy college-educated people in swing counties, like Virginia’s Loudoun, in the country’s most politically competitive states.

Many of these voters say their lives and the country are improving under his presidency, and the endless stream of tough cable news coverage and bad headlines about Mr. Trump only galvanizes them further — even though some displayed discomfort on their faces when asked about the child separation policy, and expressed misgivings about the president’s character. “It bothers me that he doesn’t tell the truth, but I guess I kind of expect that, and I expect that from the media, too — not to always tell the truth or to slant it one way,” said Julie Knight, 63, a retired personal injury case manager from Algona, Washington.

The increasingly tribalized politics on the left and right have helped insulate Mr. Trump from the paroxysms that have jolted his party and eroded longstanding expectations of restraint, humility and honesty in American presidents. This era of tumult has left Democrats energized and determined to win back Congress and act as a check on Mr. Trump, and their intensity has been reflected by strong turnouts in the primaries so far. But still, in just the last year and a half, Mr. Trump has bounced back from crises that at the time seemed as if they might be too severe for him to recover politically.

He tried to unilaterally bar visitors from several Muslim countries from the United States, angering U.S. allies and provoking clashes with Congress and the courts over the limits of executive power. He praised some “very fine people” at a deadly white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va., in remarks that shook some members of his cabinet so deeply that they considered resigning. He defended Roy S. Moore, a Senate candidate in Alabama who was accused of fondling teenage girls, by suggesting that the allegations were old and possibly made-up.

Many Trump voters said that they no longer had the patience or interest to listen to what they see as another hysterical outburst by Democrats, Republican“Never Trumpers” and the media.“It’s kind of like when you experience a sensation over and over and over again,” said Daniel Arnold, 32, a warehouse manager from Leesburg, Va., about an hour outside Washington. “A sensation is no longer a sensation. It’s just, ‘Oh, here we are again.’”

For many Republicans, the audio of children sobbing at a migrant detention center barely registered, because these voters don’t pay attention to the left-leaning and mainstream media that have covered the family separation crisis far more than their preferred channel, Fox News. “I think it’s terrible about the kids getting split up from their parents. But the parents shouldn’t have been here,” said Lynn Dittbenner, 65, of Elk River, Minn., who took the day off from relaxing with her family at their lake cabin to hear the president speak at a rally in Duluth on Wednesday. Others said they saw a ploy by the president’s enemies to obscure news that was more favorable to him, like the internal Justice Department investigation that recently uncovered evidence of F.B.I. officials speaking disparagingly of Mr. Trump.

“It’s just incredible what the nation is trying to do to disrupt this president and his agenda,” said Jeff Butts, 58, an unemployed sales manager from Leesburg. “We don’t get to hear about that. We only get to hear about the crying babies on the border.” Sometimes they seized on made-up or erroneous story lines that were mostly absent from the mainstream media. “Those cages and those families — that was actually filmed during the Obama administration, not the Trump administration,” said Clayton Smith, 57, a commercial lending underwriter from Cary, Ill., a Chicago suburb.

Another factor that seems to be driving up support is a sense that no one is acknowledging Mr. Trump’s successes, which they see as manifold, historic and irrefutable. “Let’s see,” said John Westling, 70, of Princeton, Minn., reciting a list of the president’s accomplishments that he said no one in the media wants to talk about. “Economy booming, check. Unemployment down, check. Border security being addressed, check. Possible end to the Korean War that started when I was 3 years old, 68 years ago, check.”

Included with this story was a Pew Research poll and Gallup statistics with Demographics of those who approve of Trump’s performance which said that 31 percent of Trump approvers are white men without a college degree, and 25% are White Women without a college degree, 19% are Whites WITH college degrees, and 22% are nonwhite. These statistics are of course wrong, Trump was elected with 87% of the White vote, there is no reputable source or evidence that he has lost that much of his base. The assertion that 22% of Trumps rabid base is nonwhite is of course absurd: the only question is whether it is merely an Albino lie, or the Bradley effect in reverse. The Bradley effect is where Albinos, in an effort to hide their true virulent nature, will tell pollsters that they will vote, or have voted for Black candidates. The reverse is Blacks and Browns while living or working in the midst of degenerate Racist Albinos, and being afraid of stating their honest opinions for fear of reprisals, vote for, or say they voted for, Albino candidates who may be repugnant to them.




FACT CHECKER - President Trump has made more than 5,000 false or misleading claims.

Trump lies 5.5 times a day, on average By Sasha Lekach - Nov 14, 2017

President Donald Trump is quick to use the term "fake news," but in reality a lot of what he himself says is as fake, misleading, and inaccurate as it comes. He even tried to claim he came up with the term "fake news." Add that to growing list of falsehoods. The Washington Post has been tracking Trump's lies since he was sworn into office earlier this year. That's 298 days of falsehoods — some small, others way bigger. The paper's total is at 1,628 lies, which breaks down to an average of 5.5 lies a day. Assuming that he continues to lie at the same pace, by the end of the year he should hit about 2,000 false statements. By the end of his first four-year term as president he can be forecast to lie about 8,000 times.
That's SO MUCH misinformation and confusion coming straight from the president's mouth. Breaking down his average even further, he's been spewing .22 mistruths every hour of his presidency. Trump's habit of fibbing, exaggerating, misleading, and making things up got going well before his term started (shortly after the election he falsely said millions of people voted illegally).

The Washington Post found his most repeated falsehoods and misleading statements include that America has hit the highest stock market level ever; that the biggest tax cut ever will be here by the end of the year; that Obamacare is a disaster; and how we've seen the lowest unemployment in 17 years. It's relentless. He even lied about giving the "greatest speech" at a Boy Scouts event over the summer. This has been quite the year for fact-checking. If things continue at this pace, fact-checkers will come out of this presidency bleary-eyed and in need of a very long vacation.




Fort Worth, Texas

Republicans in one of Texas’ most populous counties are scheduled to decide Thursday

whether to remove a Muslim doctor as a party vice chairman amid infighting over some

members’ claims about his beliefs.



The executive committee of the Tarrant County Republican Party is voting on a post held by Shahid Shafi, a surgeon and City Council member in suburban Fort Worth. A party precinct chairwoman, Dorrie O’Brien, had led the call to oust Shafi on claims that he may be more loyal to Islamic law or connected to a terrorist group. Shafi denied both claims and other Republicans have called them bigoted. "We don't think he's suitable as a practicing Muslim to be vice chair because he'd be the representative for ALL Republicans in Tarrant County, and not ALL Republicans in Tarrant County think Islam is safe or acceptable in the U.S., in Tarrant County, and in the TCGOP, and there are big questions surrounding exactly where Dr. Shafi's loyalties lie, vis a vis Democrat and Republican policies," O'Brien said on Facebook.

As an abject lesson in the anti-democracy degeneracy of Rabble Albinos we offer the United States Constitution. Article Six of the United States Constitution states: The Senators and Representatives before mentioned, and the Members of the several State Legislatures, and all executive and judicial Officers, both of the United States and of the several States, shall be bound by Oath or Affirmation, to support this Constitution; but no religious Test shall ever be required as a Qualification to any Office or public Trust under the United States. But because the Texas Republicans are NOT public officers, they can legally do their dirt




New York Times

Before Donald Trump, Steve King Set the Agenda for the Wall and Anti-Immigrant Politics

By Trip Gabriel - Jan. 10, 2019

Years before President Trump forced a government shutdown over a border wall, triggering a momentous test of wills in Washington, Representative Steve King of Iowa took to the House floor to show off a model of a 12-foot border wall he had designed. And long before Mr. Trump demonized immigrants — accusing Mexico of exporting criminals and calling for an end to birthright citizenship — Mr. King turned those views into talking points, with his use of misleading data about victims of undocumented immigrants and demeaning remarks about Latinos.



But Mr. Trump’s preoccupation with the wall and anti-immigrant politics reflects how he has embraced the once-fringe views of Mr. King, who has used racist language in the past, promotes neo-Nazis on Twitter and was recently denounced by one Republican leader as a white supremacist. Mr. King may have been ostracized by some Republicans over his racist remarks and extremist ties, but as much of the nation debates immigration, his views now carry substantial influence on the right.

Early in Mr. Trump’s term, the president invited Mr. King — who was long snubbed by establishment Republicans like the former House speaker John A. Boehner — to the Oval Office. There, the president boasted of having raised more money for the congressman’s campaigns than anyone else, including during a 2014 Iowa visit, Mr. King recalled in an interview with The Times. “Yes, Mr. President,” Mr. King replied. “But I market-tested your immigration policy for 14 years, and that ought to be worth something.”

Mr. King, a 69-year-old former bulldozer operator with a combative manner, who has been elected nine times, helped write the book on white identity politics that are ascendant in Mr. Trump's Republican Party. That provides both a template for Mr. Trump and a warning. Mr. King’s full-throated embrace of nativism has long found a supportive constituency in the rural Midwest, the region that was a key to Mr. Trump’s 2016 victory and represents his most likely path to re-election.

“White nationalist, white supremacist, Western civilization — how did that language become offensive?” Mr. King said. “Why did I sit in classes teaching me about the merits of our history and our civilization?” After this article was published Thursday, Mr. King issued a public statement calling himself a “nationalist” and defending his support of “western civilization’s values,” and said he was not an advocate for “white nationalism and white supremacy.” “I want to make one thing abundantly clear: I reject those labels and the evil ideology they define,” he wrote.

Elected to Congress in 2002, Mr. King attracted the attention of hate-watch groups like the Anti-Defamation League as he spoke increasingly about preserving “Western culture” or “Western civilization.” The groups consider those buzzwords that signal support to white nationalists, along with an obsession with birthrates and abortion rates among different ethnic groups. In an interview in August with a far-right web publication in Austria, Mr. King displayed a deep familiarity with racist tracts and ideas embraced by white supremacists. He spoke of “the Great Replacement,” a conspiracy theory on the far right that claims shadowy elites are working behind the scenes to reduce white populations to minorities in their own countries. Great replacement, yes,” Mr. King said in the interview. “These people walking into Europe by ethnic migration, 80 percent are young men.” The accusation that a “great replacement” of whites is underway — which conspiracy theorists often link to prominent Jews like George Soros — animated the torch-carrying white nationalists in Charlottesville, Va., in 2017, who chanted, “You will not replace us” and “Jews will not replace us.”



By Eliza Collins, Jan. 14, 2019

House Democrats to vote on rebuke of Rep. Steve King over white supremacy comments.



The Washington Post

By Mike DeBonis, January 14, 2019

House Republican leaders move to strip Rep. Steve King of his

committee assignments over comments about white nationalism


As a reminder: the degenerate racists Albinos of Iowa

have elected him their representative for 22 years and counting:

6 as State Senator, and 16 as Congressman.









The idiot shut down the United States Government

because he confused a mental trick his staff devised to keep him

focused on "Non-White Immigration": which is his degenerate

supporters favorite Hate subject.




The New York Times

(The Wall - It started as nothing more than a memory trick for Trump)

The Border Wall: How a Potent Symbol Is Now Boxing Trump In
By Julie Hirschfeld Davis and Peter Baker - Jan. 5, 2019

WASHINGTON — Before it became the chief sticking point in a government shutdown drama that threatens to consume his presidency at a critical moment, President Trump’s promise to build a wall on the southwestern border was a memory trick for an undisciplined candidate. As Mr. Trump began exploring a presidential run in 2014, his political advisers landed on the idea of a border wall as a mnemonic device of sorts, a way to make sure their candidate — who hated reading from a script but loved boasting about himself and his talents as a builder — would remember to talk about getting tough on immigration, which was to be a signature issue in his nascent campaign. “How do we get him to continue to talk about immigration?” Sam Nunberg, one of Mr. Trump’s early political advisers, recalled telling Roger J. Stone Jr., another adviser. “We’re going to get him to talk about he’s going to build a wall.” Talk Mr. Trump did, and the line drew rapturous cheers from conservative audiences, thrilling the candidate and soon becoming a staple of campaign speeches. Chants of “Build the wall!” echoed through arenas throughout the country.

Now, Mr. Trump’s fixation with a border wall — the material embodiment of his keep-them-out immigration agenda — has run headlong into the new realities of divided government, pitting him against Democrats who reject the idea out of hand. The impasse is particularly remarkable given that even some immigration hard-liners do not regard the wall as their highest priority and fear that Mr. Trump’s preoccupation with it will prompt him to cut a deal that trades a relatively ineffectual measure for major concessions on immigration.
“I’ve always thought it created a danger that he would trade almost anything in order to get the wall — I think that’s still a potential danger,” said Mark Krikorian, the executive director of the Center for Immigration Studies, a group that argues for less immigration. “I’m still worried about that now.”

That fear has been realized at times when Mr. Trump has explored a deal with Democrats on granting permanent legal status for undocumented immigrants brought to the United States as children, known as Dreamers. The president has always walked away at the last moment from committing to preserving the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, known as DACA, but on Friday, FAIR, an anti-immigration group, warned him again that it would be a mistake. To many conservative activists who have pressed for decades for sharp reductions in both illegal and legal immigration — and some of the Republican lawmakers who are allied with them — a physical barrier on the border with Mexico is barely relevant, little more than a footnote to a long list of policy changes they believe are needed to fix a broken system. The disconnect is at the heart of the dilemma facing Mr. Trump as he labors to find a way out of an impasse that has shuttered large parts of the government and cost 800,000 federal employees their pay. Having spent more than four years — first as a candidate and then as president — whipping his core supporters into a frenzy over the idea of building a border wall, Mr. Trump finds himself in a political box of his own making.




How Rush Limbaugh and Ann Coulter Goaded Trump to a Government Shutdown

By Jay Willis December 21, 2018


On Wednesday, the Republican Senate passed a continuing resolution that would have funded the government through February 8, ensuring that its employees wouldn't spend Christmas wondering when they'll see their next paycheck. But McConnell's compromise did not include the $5 billion Trump sought for border security, which is why, as the House prepared to vote on the otherwise-uncontroversial bill and go home to their families, the people to whom the president listens most closely began howling into the ether. "Trump gets nothing and the Democrats get everything," fumed Rush Limbaugh on his radio show as news of the deal broke. Ann Coulter vowed to withhold her support from the president's 2020 campaign if he couldn't deliver on the wall. “They’re about to have a country where no Republican will ever be elected president again,” she told The Daily Caller. “Trump will just have been a joke presidency who scammed the American people and amused the populists for a while, but he’ll have no legacy whatsoever." (He unfollowed her on Twitter shortly thereafter.)

On Fox & Friends—still the most influential voice in the White House—an outraged Steve Doocy declared victory for Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi. "I’m not going to sugarcoat it. I’m not going to spin it," said his guest, Michelle Malkin. "I wish I could, but I can’t. This is a cave." The message, shouted from every platform to which the shouters knew Trump might be paying attention, got through. As part of his quest to remain an irredeemable coward through the very last moments of his career, Paul Ryan refused to bring the bill to the House floor, shielding the majority he just lost from an ugly public disagreement with its leader. Shortly thereafter, Limbaugh took to the airwaves to reassure worried denizens of MAGAland that their hero had not, in fact, given up the fight. "The president has gotten word to me that he is either getting money for border security, or he's shutting the whole thing down," Limbaugh said. "The president wants you to know that it’s money or nothing." With each passing hour, the latter outcome looks a little more likely.

The right-wing media ecosystem has always played an outsized role in how Trump's administration conducts itself on a day-to-day basis. But the effortlessness with which some of its most vile characters managed to commandeer this issue, transforming a repeatedly-broken campaign promise into the sticking point on which the federal government's operation now hinges, is a new and deeply unsettling development. Even among House and Senate Republicans who want a border wall, there exists sufficient support for a short-term deal to just keep the lights on this winter. For Trump, though, working to get things done with the legislature—which is, again, controlled by his own party—is far less consequential than the terrifying possibility that Sean Hannity might say something mean about him as a result.

Earlier in his presidency—earlier this month, even, right up until Nancy Pelosi insulted his manhood—Trump might have been more open to the possibility of making a deal, and less inclined to take the toddler's-tantrum approach to governance. But as more of his former associates plead guilty to more crimes, and with the market he's proudly responsibly for in the midst of an alarming tailspin, Trump is cutting his losses, focusing only on the things that appeal to his extremist supporters. He knows that as long as he keeps the base in his corner, his presidency is salvageable; if their enthusiasm begins to wane, though, the party will move on to someone else.




The Atlantic

Adam Serwer Nov 20, 2017

The Nationalist's Delusion: Trump’s supporters backed a time-honored American political tradition,

disavowing racism while promising to enact a broad agenda of discrimination.



One measure of the allure of Trump’s white identity politics is the extent to which it has overridden other concerns as his administration has faltered. The president’s supporters have stood by him even as he has evinced every quality they described as a deal breaker under Obama. Conservatives attacked Obama’s lack of faith; Trump is a thrice-married libertine who has never asked God for forgiveness. They accused Obama of being under malign foreign influence; Trump eagerly accepted the aid of a foreign adversary during the election. They accused Obama of genuflecting before Russian President Vladimir Putin; Trump has refused to even criticize Putin publicly. They attacked Obama for his ties to Tony Rezko, the crooked real-estate agent; Trump’s ties to organized crime are too numerous to name.



The Trump Dossier (2016) Plot

An investigation into how Donald Trump has used conspiracy theories to further his bid for the presidency. If Donald Trump loses his battle to become president, it is already clear that he will blame a conspiracy between the media and the political establishment to rig the election. And it won't be the first time that Donald has pushed conspiracy theories to advance his political career. The latest episode of Conspiracy Files investigates how Trump championed the notorious 'birther' conspiracy - which aimed to prove that America's first black president wasn't eligible to serve, and that his birth certificate was false. It is a claim that was believed by up to 60% of Trump voters - even though Trump has now finally disowned it. To help defeat Ted Cruz during the Republican nomination race, Trump stirred stories about links between Cruz's father and America's most famous conspiracy, the assassination of JFK. And as Trump battles Hilary Clinton, he is focusing relentlessly on allegations that the Clintons have conspired to cover up crimes throughout their political careers. Conspiracy Files probes the murky world of US politics, which, since Watergate, has been fertile breeding ground for increasingly complex conspiracy theories.




Trumps real-life Treason



Some of his coconspirators - Monday, 03 March 2014


Former Republican mayor of New York City, Rudy Giuliani:

Putin More of a Leader Than Obama





Russian interference in the 2016 United States Presidential elections

The Russian government interfered in the 2016 U.S. presidential election in order to increase political instability in the United States and to damage Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign by bolstering the candidacies of Donald Trump, Bernie Sanders and Jill Stein. A January 2017 assessment by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) stated that Russian leadership favored presidential candidate Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton, and that Russian president Vladimir Putin personally ordered an "influence campaign" to harm Clinton's electoral chances and "undermine public faith in the US democratic process."


The New Yorker magazine - Jan. 8, 2019


Trump’s Campaign Manager Paul Manafort, Gave Polling Data to Russian Agent Mr. Kilimnik.

(This data was later used by the Russians to suppress the Black Vote in the 2016 Presidential election).




The New York Times

F.B.I. Opened Inquiry Into Whether Trump Was Secretly Working on Behalf of Russia


By Adam Goldman, Michael S. Schmidt and Nicholas Fandos

Jan. 11, 2019

WASHINGTON — In the days after President Trump fired James B. Comey as F.B.I. director, law enforcement officials became so concerned by the president’s behavior that they began investigating whether he had been working on behalf of Russia against American interests, according to former law enforcement officials and others familiar with the investigation.

The inquiry carried explosive implications. Counterintelligence investigators had to consider whether the president’s own actions constituted a possible threat to national security. Agents also sought to determine whether Mr. Trump was knowingly working for Russia or had unwittingly fallen under Moscow’s influence. The investigation the F.B.I. opened into Mr. Trump also had a criminal aspect, which has long been publicly known: whether his firing of Mr. Comey constituted obstruction of justice.






The Washington Post

By Greg Miller
January 13, 2019

Trump has concealed details of his face-to-face encounters with Putin from senior officials in his administration

President Trump has gone to extraordinary lengths to conceal details of his conversations with Russian President Vladimir Putin, including on at least one occasion taking possession of the notes of his own interpreter and instructing the linguist not to discuss what had transpired with other administration officials, current and former U.S. officials said.



Haaretz - Jan 14, 2019

Fox News' Jeanine Pirro Asked Trump if He's a Russian Agent - His Answer Went Viral

Trump said 'it's the most insulting thing I’ve ever been asked,' but never directly denied the claim, a fact which quickly became a Twitter meme



Former FBI agent Clinton Watts is a senior fellow at the Center for Cyber and Homeland Security at George Washington University and a Foreign Policy Research Institute fellow. Author of: Messing With The Enemy. Here he provides analysis by tweet regarding the New York Times story from this weekend about the FBI investigating President Trump for Treason.

He asks: Imagine you are a FBI Agent working Russian counterintelligence in 2016 and you witness the following:

1) - you witnessed Russian hackers targeting a wide swath of Americans including the DNC, DCCC, former Secretary of State & a Presidential candidates staff

2) - someone previously targeted by Russian Intelligence joins the Trump campaign and then appears on a stage in Moscow supporting Russia policy and speaking negatively of US policy

3) - A Presidential candidate hires a new campaign manager who’s not been in the business in the states for years, but has been seen pushing a Russian agenda in Ukraine and has Russian intel contacts

4) - an Australian official contacts you and says the Russians have stolen emails of a Presidential candidate & may want to give them to the candidate’s competitor

5) - a Russian lawyer & others tied to Russian government visit a Presidential candidate’s son in the candidate’s building in NYC

6) - Candidate Trump stands on a stage and calls out Russia and asks about emails from his competitor, says they will be rewarded if they have them and release them

7) - website that’s released sensitive & classified documents from US for years, helped deliver a US insider to The Kremlin, begins publishing document & emails during Dem convention, content you know was stolen by Russia. Site administrator once hosted a TV show on Russia State TV

8) - A strange, unexpected policy change occurs at RNC convention, the change is a less supportive position toward Ukraine and is advantageous to Russia

9) - candidate’s campaign manager goes on CNN and asserts a false terrorist attack in Turkey, one tied to and advanced by Russian propaganda

10) - during this time, you watch a campaign associate tweet with a Russian account that’s pointing people to stolen documents from the opposing campaign. The campaign associate predicts something will happen to the opposing campaign manager- his emails are later released

11) - as Election Day approaches, Presidential candidate makes allegation, without evidence, voter Fraud & Election Rigging, Russia propaganda echoes this, social media accounts associated Kremlin do the same, at same time, you watch Russian Hackers hit state election infrastructure

12) - After election, current President issues sanctions against Russia, but the incoming National Security advisor makes calls to Russian officials from 3rd. country, when approached for clarification post inauguration, the advisor lies about contents of phone call w/Russian officials

13) - During summer fall leading into the election, you receive raw intelligence from highly reliable source who’s proven invaluable on other investigations. Source provides intelligence on Russia’s efforts to support a presidential candidate; the info is consistent with other info

14) - Before inauguration your bosses, your leaders from all intelligence agencies brief president elect on classified info showing Russia influenced the election on behalf of President elect. President elect rejects intelligence from all your superiors and suggests Russia innocent

15) - From the summer of 2015 all the way through the election and after inauguration, you watch as the candidate, president elect and now president offers overt effusive support for Vladimir Putin who you know has been helping the President get elected.

16) - Shortly after inauguration, your new commander-in-chief spouts false information about Polish aggression toward Belarus. This is not supported by the Intelligence community you are in, and the only source for this viewpoint is Russian propaganda

17) - After firing of National Security Advisor that lies to you agencies investigators, the President corners your boss 1-1 asks him to go easy on National Security Advisor who lies about his conversation with Russians

18) - During this period, the President inexplicably and repeatedly asks your boss if he’s under investigation with regards to Russia, despite your boss and other intel heads going out of their way to brief the President about Kremlin efforts to potentially compromise & manipulate him

19) - While Congressional committees investigate Russian interference, the President fires your boss for his handling of an email investigation into the President’s opponent, an investigation that helped elevate the President rather than hurt him

20) - You later find out a draft memo from President to your boss regarding his firing cited the Russia investigation

21) - The President then goes on national television and in an interview says he fired your boss because of the Russia investigation

22) - A week after firing your boss, the President invites Russian leaders into the Oval Office, Russian photographers capture the moment, but US media is not allowed to observe. President then brags to Russian leaders about firing your boss

23) - Sometime during the spring, if you’re not already aware, you read a news story alleging the President’s son-in-law may have sought a way to communicate with Russia via a back channel not monitored by you and your colleagues

24) - During summer, you watch the President attend NATO summit and shove Montenegro PM, in an Interview claim Montenegro is aggressive, might start a war. This mirrors Russian propaganda & you know Russia backed covert operation destabilize Montenegrin election

25) - For next year, either you, your colleagues and your organization, FBI, are discredited by President. He mixes true and false information in public disclosures which you are not allowed to respond to. If you do respond, you’re accused of leaking and could be fired or even jailed

26) - Documents & information from confidential sources you’ve pledged to protect, are selectively leaked into public through those who are supposed to provide government oversight. These inappropriate disclosures make your job as an investigator nearly impossible & hurts your sources

27) - At some point during the summer or before, you learn that the President’s son was receiving & responding to direct messages from website that was releasing emails stolen from the President’s opponent by Russia

28) - 1st two years President’s term, you watch him take a negative, adversarial stance toward NATO and particularly Germany. This strains your relationship with your most valuable intel partners, your Counterterrorism agent colleagues depend on them & they help fight war on terror

29) - Over next 2 years, President aggressively seeks meetings with Putin who helped elect him. Need for meetings is not clear. One President meets in private with Putin for 2 hours without witnesses but translator. To this day, you, your bosses don’t really know what was discussed

30) - President emerges from private meeting with Putin and on world stage in Helsinki accepts and validates Russian denials about election interference & rejects years of your teams intel work. This badly damages your reputation and partner trust with your organization

31) - Separately, your President publicly discusses a Russian proposed partnership on cyber security, this insane concept is mind boggling to you as an investigator as you’ve just spent years tracking these same Russians who just attacked your country

32) - Even further, your President publicly mentions a possible exchange where Russian investigators might interview and interrogate you and other Americans about their attack on you and America. A crazy, frightening and bizarre threat to you as a civil servant.

33) - Throughout your investigation into Russian interference, you watch as your President’s attacks on the Special Counsel, Justice Department & FBI are amplified and spread in America by the very Russian troll social media accounts and state sponsored propaganda you are investigating

34) - Throughout the Special Counsel indictments, hearings and trials, you watch the President and his legal team publicly interject, discredit witnesses and discuss pardons, all subverting the rule of law and justice which you’ve dedicated your life to protect and defend

35) - You either know or learn a parallel investigation shows Russians representing a bogus Russian gun rights movement penetrated the political party hosting members who’ve tried to discredit you - you recognize this as a TEXTBOOK espionage/influence op you learned at FBI academy

36) - After two years, the Attorney General over you, who appropriately recused himself from Russia investigation, is fired for seemingly no clear reason after taking public lashings from the President

37) - Your AG is replaced by an acting AG whose unqualified for position, has limited experience justify such high level appointment, you’ve watched him on TV discrediting your agency and your team’s investigation despite seeing none of evidence or knowing anything Russian influence

38) - The same month, the President’s personal lawyer pleads guilty in federal court and says he continued negotiations throughout almost the entire Presidential campaign for a Tower in Moscow. This is in opposition to President’s public denials.

39) - You read public reporting that the best apartment in the Moscow Tower project pursued by the President’s business was offered to Russia’s President Putin, the same Putin your President always sides with over you and your agency, the Putin who helped your President win

40) - You either knew or learned through a redaction error that the President’s campaign manager was alleged to have lied about providing polling data to a Russian whom he owed money, via a former Russian GRU contact

41) - Wrote thread through day from memory without web searches, I’m sure I missed a lot, & this is all on the public, can’t imagine what it must feel like to serve FBI during this investigation, we clearly don’t know everything Mueller team knows, I imagine there is much more to learn

Says Watts: Special Counsel investigation must continue, this is a crisis, this is a national emergency



Why are Trump and putin so close?

Aside from money, they share a common interest in keeping Black history secret.













Putin has his own problems with Black and Brown Hordes at his door.

Though Russia is the worlds largest country,

most of it (Siberia) is still the Homeland of Black and Brown people.


The Central Asian Albino "Rus" people, started invading about 800 A.D.






Russia only has about 146 million people, 80% of which are Albinos:

(The Albinos say, which means it's actually much less).

So like Trump and his supporters, Russians also live in fear

of the Blacks and Browns coming to take their land back.