Lots to unpack here. I do appreciate you clarifying what you meant.SirConnery wrote:
> Each major American branch of service has a group of people that deserted their original
> positions and decided they could make more money using tax payer resources to work
> on the side. The drug war is an example of this. Many of the drug lords were created
> by the power vacuum created when we meddled where we had no business. Then we have
> those of our own government participating in illegal activities to try and infiltrate
> the cartels, only to eventually switch sides and join in. It's government spending
> way out of control. Many of the conflicts over decades are the result of the United
> States hanging out in regions longer then they need to. They enable militants to
> overthrow a regime only to have those militants become the new de facto regime they
> can fight to overthrow 20 years later.
Mostly agree here.
> This country is being run behind the scenes by white nationalists. I'm not talking
> about those torch burning idiots out there. I'm talking about wealthy white nationalists.
This is completely absurd to me. I think you're conflating things that don't belong in the same group, as the corporate media does.
"White Nationalist" is the conflation. Is Nationalism, in and of itself, a bad thing? I'm a nationalist.... a lot of conservatives are. I'm also white. When I refer to nationalism I'm talking about putting America's interests first. Nowhere does race play into this. If you mean it to be a kind of "white supremacy" do you think the government is "run behind the scenes" by racial supremacists? I would counter and say it's "globalist' who are running a lot behind the scenes and they are overtly opposed to nationalism because it is not in their political or business interests. This is why the media likes to conflate these terms. It's as dishonest as saying you're a communist who wants to dismantle individual rights because you support some social services.
> Their power struggle is becoming more apparent with Trump being president. He's a
> fake republican that was a democrat first, and in many cases still is.
I was a registered libertarian before Trump. His "America First' agenda is what got people on-board (nationalism). Globalists have been swirling this country down the drain for decades. Trump was NEEDED.
> He's using
> the blatant stupidity of people to further his own agenda of making money.
You think a successful billionaire ran and became president to.. make money?
> democrat but if we're going to have a republican in power, they should actually be
> a republican. I really miss George W Bush. I didn't agree with him, but damn at least
> he was predictable.
Well, the reality is Trump pushed the GOP ahead like 20 years. Grassroots conservatives are ANGRY at republicans who are not on-board. He has evolved the party into something that beat what Democrats thought was a shoe-in (Hillary). He's a threat to the dishonest media and the identity politics that have poisoned the country in so many ways.
> Here's a rough possible timeline:
> -- First you deport daca people. When they discover more illegals during daca deportation
> they decide to start deporting all illegals.
> -- The cost to do this is so huge it hits the stock market badly.
> -- By this point Trump either is impeached or steps down due to health reasons. Pence
> takes over.
> -- Pence furthers his anti-gay and anti-transgender agendas. These people become
> targets in massive sweeping hate crimes. Many flee to Canada where they're welcomed.
> They start their own gated communities in Mexico.
Sounds more like a leftist fantasy. Also, the hate-crime surge is total bullcrap. Please don't point to the SPLC as it's the least credible source possible.
> Saying overthrow doesn't mean I'm anti-American, I'm anti-white nationalist.
If you mean that to be "anti-racial supremacy" I'm totally with you here. So are most people from both parties.
Also, there are real racial supremacist countries, such as Japan.
> I want
> real government based on our constitution and taking into account the compassion
> we should have for other countries and their struggles. I want us to stop being the
> military bully and aggressor.
> I'm willing to bet many people will join the revolution
> and countries that are normally neutral will take up arms to help us. We as a country
> have become our own worst enemies. A country built as a melting pot of all nations
> decided randomly to reverse course and dump all nationalities one by one? I don't
> buy it. This is white nationalism run amok. Even true conservative republicans aren't
> this heartless. Hell Ronald Reagan would have handled this better.
The country was built on a melting pot of mostly European/African countries up until the 1960s. Importing immigrants from the 3rd world is a relatively new phenomenon. I'm not against legal immigration from most countries, provided they don't bring backwards cultures with them like marrying children and treating women like property, etc. They should come legally to become Americans.