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A great comment by Another Dad, on the tendency of leftoids to psychologically project their own neuroses and animuses onto their perceived enemies,

The American civil war didn’t end. And Trump is a Confederate president

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It’s easy to mock this sort of leftist lunacy, now in “Confederate!” form.

But of course the GOP is the party of–and Trump appeals to–married white gentiles. The closer you are demographically to being a (private sector employed) married white gentile, the more likely you are to be a Trump voter.

Rather the big lie here is that the “who whom” is precisely the reverse of what she claims.

His supporters hark back to an 1860s fantasy of white male dominance. But the Confederacy won’t win in the long run.

In the 158th year of the American civil war, also known as 2018, the Confederacy continues its recent resurgence. Its victims include black people, of course, but also immigrants, Jews, Muslims, Latinos, trans people, gay people and women who want to exercise jurisdiction over their bodies.

The desire–demand!–for dominance here is not white men wanting to dominate “black people” and “immigrants, Jews, Muslims, Latinos, trans people, gay people and women”, but the reverse!

“Black people” and “immigrants, Jews, Muslims, Latinos, trans people, gay people and women” are demanding the right to dominate white guys–make white guys work for them and give them their white guy stuff.

They–the “coalition of the fringes” are the “slave power”, trying to enslave white men. Trump’s appeal to us evil white guys is essentially that we can be left alone, live our lives as free men and not be looted and abused by the fringes.

The way you can prove this is who is demanding what from whom? Or who is willing to separate from whom?

This is the acid test that i was attempting to flush out in the previous Zero Amendment comment thread:

http://www.unz.com/isteve/the-zeroth-amendment-explicated/#comment-2607940

And the distinction between the whines of “oppression” from the fringes and actually slavery in the earlier comment:

http://www.unz.com/isteve/the-zeroth-amendment-explicated/#comment-2607227

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This “who-whom” dependency issue is why i think raising the “separate nations” question is quite powerful and needs to be done by Trump and nationalists repeatedly.

Given the open treason and hatred (for white gentiles) that is now routine on the pages of the NYT, i’d be more than happy to split America right now. (We aren’t one nation, when “elites” openly spew out their desire to see the nation’s actual core population dispossessed.)

Let’s have all the Hillary voters group up in their areas–i’ll happily move if that’s necessary. They can have their rainbow hued, open-borders, “nation of immigrants”, hands-up-don’t-shoot, gender fluid utopia. I’m actually not dependent on them and don’t need them whatsoever.

We Trump voters can then have our regular old American nation. We’ll farm our fields, build our houses, tractors, trucks, cars, airplanes, drill for oil and gas (and do solar and nukes) and live our lives and get along just fine … in fact better! without being looted by the fringes.

Mention “separate nations” and the resulting screams of anguish will tell you who is actually intent on looting whom.

Who dominates whom? Same as it ever was.

My preference is for a homeland that privileges me and mine and reduces the friction of having to squander those privileges on antagonistic outgroups by keeping the latter’s numbers low and manageable, or, as per Another Dad’s eminently sensible suggestion, keeping their numbers nonexistent by dividing America into separate nations so that I and like-minded Americans can live as we wish to live. After all, if the invaders don’t like it, they can stay in their own homelands. And if SWPL leftoids don’t like it, they can continue marinating in the hoppy soyness of their shitlibopolis one bedroom hives.

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