Clinton ex Cathedra


I didn’t watch Hillary Clinton’s acceptance coronation speech at the DNC. I was at a meeting with some goyim discussing the creation of a deep state as means of bringing our society back from the abyss. Or maybe I was at a bar. The point is, I wasn’t going to subject myself to Clinton speaking for more than two minutes. The only people who appreciate that sort of pain are members of the Catlady Ascendancy and their numale serfs.

I did read the transcript though, or at least skim it for things to shitpost about, because that’s kind of my thing. Since I covered Trump’s assessment of the age of gloom—which naturally infuriated all the right people—I figured why not take a look at whatever franken-response Clinton’s speechwriters, focus group testers, and career bureaucrats could cobble together and zap with enough energy to make it seem lifelike. So without further ado, here are some highlights from the system’s disjointed attempt to appeal to as many goyim as possible:

When representatives from 13 unruly colonies met just down the road from here, some wanted to stick with the King. Some wanted to stick it to the king, and go their own way. The revolution hung in the balance. Then somehow they began listening to each other … compromising … finding common purpose. And by the time they left Philadelphia, they had begun to see themselves as one nation. That’s what made it possible to stand up to a King. That took courage. They had courage. Our Founders embraced the enduring truth that we are stronger together.

Clinton gives the kind of deracinated history lesson you’d expect from a kindergarten teacher in our marxist-infested education system. A couple of side notes here: Trump gets blasted all the time for using a small vocabulary and being repetitive, but Clinton’s history reads like a Simple English Wikipedia article. It’s also worth pointing out that a mention of the Founding Fathers was booed on an earlier night at the DNC. Anyway, according to this narrative, for some vague reason a vague group of people united vaguely against their king, which means we’re stronger together, even though a war of independence is a violent expression of anti-togetherness. So vote for togetherness because that’s what the Founders wanted—sort of, unless you count the part about separating from Britain by force. Strength through unity is also not necessarily an “enduring truth” either. Unless you’re a parasite speaking to your host.

Now we are clear-eyed about what our country is up against. But we are not afraid. We will rise to the challenge, just as we always have. We will not build a wall. Instead, we will build an economy where everyone who wants a good paying job can get one. And we’ll build a path to citizenship for millions of immigrants who are already contributing to our economy! We will not ban a religion. We will work with all Americans and our allies to fight and defeat terrorism.

Translation: We are blinding ourselves on purpose to the decline. We are terrified of Trump’s revolt against the neoliberal coastal elite. We’re not going to wall off future customers who want to come work and shop in the giant mall that we call the United States of America. In fact, we are going to enfranchise as many of these people as we can to make sure there is never another contested election between nationalists and globalists. And we aren’t going to stop the growth of a foreign creed on our soil because we prefer it to what the rural folk believe in. We will work to maintain American hegemony by sowing as much chaos as possible along the borders of Western civilization in order to justify our position, to strengthen Israel geopolitically by imploding Arab nationalist countries, and to destroy the national solidarity of European states by creating migrant crises.

But just look at the strengths we bring as Americans to meet these challenges. We have the most dynamic and diverse people in the world. We have the most tolerant and generous young people we’ve ever had. We have the most powerful military. The most innovative entrepreneurs. The most enduring values. Freedom and equality, justice and opportunity. We should be so proud that these words are associated with us.  I have to tell you, as your Secretary of State, I went to 112 countries, and when people hear those words – they hear America.

Clinton delivered a mashup of proposition nationalism and corporate diversity initiative boilerplate here that also features some virtue signaling for good measure. Other countries associate us with buzzwords so that is somehow validation for my platform! Over 100 countries agree, nevermind what you think. Globalism, not America First, will be Clinton’s credo. People complain about Trump being a snake oil salesman but I would take snake oil over platitudes any day. At least you aren’t left empty-handed. I mean just how dishonest can Clinton be? Equality? Justice? Opportunity? Does the blacklivesmatter pillar of the modern Democratic party believe we have those things? What about all the (((social climbers))) and SWPL activists who make up the intellectual wing of progressivism? Clinton’s American Eden is wildly out of line with the critical views held by much of the Democratic voter base.

And let’s not even get started on how much of a disaster diversity is, the identity-driven balkanization of a national population, the erosion of social trust, the costs of managing overlapping demands from zero-sum tribals, the impossibility of assimilation or acculturation rendered by the delegitimization of the majority, among other ills. And what could be more “dynamic” than unflinching voter blocs that stay loyal year after year to one party, like the large majorities of blacks and browns who vote Democrat? The only dynamic thing about diversity is you never know which identity group will revolt next.

[Recites Democratic party promises about creating millions of jobs, climate change, minimum wage, healthcare, and “equal pay” for women] Now, you didn’t hear any of this from Donald Trump at his convention.  He spoke for 70-odd minutes – and I do mean odd.  And he offered zero solutions. But we already know he doesn’t believe these things.  No wonder he doesn’t like talking about his plans. You might have noticed, I love talking about mine.

This is simply not true. Both candidates said “I am going to do things you want to hear.” And both were fairly vague about it too. Clinton said she was going to create “millions of good-paying clean energy jobs.” Millions. MILLIONS! She’ll just wave her hand and do it. And yet building a border wall is delusional for someone in construction and real estate to say he will do.

From Baghdad and Kabul, to Nice and Paris and Brussels, to San Bernardino and Orlando, we’re dealing with determined enemies that must be defeated. No wonder people are anxious and looking for reassurance. Looking for steady leadership. You want a leader who understands we are stronger when we work with our allies around the world and care for our veterans here at home. Keeping our nation safe and honoring the people who do it will be my highest priority.

We’re just going to fight some vague unnamed enemy, which Clinton will keep us safe from by allowing them into the country. Because exercising some discrimination in order to defend our lives and property would be mean and un-American. Baghdad and Kabul are the capital cities of countries the United States occupied militarily in accordance with (((neocon))) policies favored by Clinton, which led to them becoming hotbeds of Islamic jihad. Her husband did something similar in Bosnia. Hmmm. Nice and Paris were the work of Afro-Islamic colonists in Europe, or that of their offspring. San Bernardino and Orlando were too the work of new arrivals and their descendants, all post-1965 immigrants. Exactly how are we going to be kept safe without shutting off the valve? We know from the European example that large Muslim minorities cannot be integrated, so why enlarge them? Better dead than racist, Democrats will be saying in 2020.

Ask yourself:  Does Donald Trump have the temperament to be Commander-in-Chief?  Donald Trump can’t even handle the rough-and-tumble of a presidential campaign. He loses his cool at the slightest provocation.  When he’s gotten a tough question from a reporter. When he’s challenged in a debate. When he sees a protestor at a rally.  Imagine him in the Oval Office facing a real crisis. A man you can bait with a tweet is not a man we can trust with nuclear weapons.

Donald Trump’s demeanor may not meet the expectations of the northeastern elite he is revolting against, but he has the right instincts. Nothing is more valuable in a leader than having the proper paradigms to meet challenges with. Clinton wants to enlarge the Muslim population, continue bloodthirsty and evil (((neocon))) foreign policy to the letter, grant amnesty to illegal immigrants (thus destroying the border permanently and incentivizing further third-world colonization)… need I go on? Trump is a no-nonsense, brash, unfiltered podestà who is unafraid of exercising the authority needed for effective decision-making that the entire organization must follow. Clinton consults with focus groups and a cabal of fellow hostile elites before issuing an opinion on something. If people believe the right temperament for leadership is that of an ambitious bureaucrat who is concerned wholly with appearance then we are truly lost. We need someone who exercises power for the good of the nation, not someone who simply wants to have a higher title, dole out rewards to her clients, and create more chaos for the occupation government to manage (which will only serve to entrench it further).

So enough with the bigotry and bombast. Donald Trump’s not offering real change. He’s offering empty promises. What are we offering? A bold agenda to improve the lives of people across our country – to keep you safe, to get you good jobs, and to give your kids the opportunities they deserve. The choice is clear, my friends.

Translation: Donald Trump said some politically incorrect things that blow massive holes in the justification for our power structure so don’t vote for him. The change he is offering is change we don’t want. Vote for Clinton instead and reap the rewards. We’re going to give you so many gibs, such tremendous gibs. There’s going to be lots of gibs and we’re going to giving them to you. Your children are going to have really great gibs, just the best. There’ll be so much gibs you’ll be tired of having them.

And that’s a wrap. Clinton tried to give a chimeric speech combining the (pre-Trump) GOP patriotard platform, ((((neocon))) foreign policy, proposition nationalism, corporate diversity initiative boilerplate, and social justice. This is a mess. But it’s also the future of the Democratic party, the coalition of catladies, numales, blacks, mestizos, Judaeo-Saxons, and Muslims. These are the loyal servants of the Leviathan on the Potomac. Democracy, the demon we summoned.

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13 Responses to Clinton ex Cathedra

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  2. Joe Putnam says:

    Cool post. I did not watch the evil queen either, so I read this to catch up. (I actually do not have a TV (aka: Electronic Jew in the Living Room). I loved your line “The only dynamic thing about diversity is you never know which identity group will revolt next”. That is pretty accurate. Today, black lives matter. Tomorrow maybe the Mexicans will raise their flag. Maybe next week the Muslims will hit us yet again. Multiculturalism is getting obviously ridiculous and dangerous, and I think the working class rural white people that I grew up with and still live around are starting to realize this. I was talking to a few farmers in the payout line of an auction house last night. They loved guns, the land, being the head of their household, etc. They did not seem to really like Trump, but they hated Hillary. We mentioned corrupt banks. I tried to bring up constitutional liberties, but got a blank look.They even hushedly mentioned race. But the one issue they did not mention, and which rural white Christians almost never mention, is the Jews. I sometimes wonder if I am the only Sovereign Grace (Calvinistic) Baptist in America to have read and enjoyed stuff by David Duke and George Lincoln Rockwell. My attempt to talk to other continues…


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