Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Our 2016 Republican Presidential Endorsement

With the Iowa caucuses just a little over a month away, we here at IW are giving our endorsement for the GOP nomination. This party which has seen nothing but Illuminati shills appears to be on the verge of ripping itself apart by its own members. People everywhere are tired of the same old rhetoric and political correctness that is the norm for campaign language nowadays. No one wants to listen to the incessant doublespeak from the mainstream candidates. Candidates, who if elected, will ruin our way life and mongrelize our society making us ripe for the New World Order to takeover. We have been watching very carefully, and today we speak out.

Selecting a Republican to endorse has been a difficult and easy selection. Most of the candidates are little more than Illuminati puppets. Needless to say Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio, Chris Christie, and Scott Walker never had a chance. On the other hand, Rand Paul, Mike Huckabee, and Carly Fiorina received serious consideration. However, recent events have convinced us that Donald Trump would be the best candidate for the GOP nomination and perhaps the presidency.

We are well aware that the Donald has strong Illuminati connections, but how his campaign has played out has made us think differently. He's awakening that element in America the Illuminati fear most, hard working middle class citizens. In recent elections, the Illuminati has done everything it can to stymie their voices. We got the Bushes who did nothing but tighten the bonds of a global corporatist economy. We got Obama who has done little but weaken the country by taking a sledgehammer to its cultural foundation. We can only guess what Hillary will do.

Another indicator that leads us to believe that Trump has truly gone "rogue" is that the mainstream media is helpless to stop his momentum. The Illuminati is desperately trying to think of ways to use him as part of its election plans with no success. One pundit after another has predicted that the Trump campaign would implode after his vitriolic remarks, but instead the opposite occurs. The Donald is no longer playing by the rules, and the Illuminati knows this. The order has to deal with him, and Hillary is the best chance. In the meantime, Trump is on the loose and seemingly unstoppable.

What we also like about Trump are the constant attacks stating that he's a fascist. This is also something to ponder. Before playing to those negative connotations the word evokes, consider the source of those feelings. Illuminati propaganda, including textbooks, have conditioned society to believe that fascism is evil, only to be associated with Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini. However, that is not the case. Fascism is a fierce devotion to one's own people, culture, and land. It is fascism that causes people to unite for their nation's common good. It is fascism that forces people to acknowledge threats to all they value, and it is fascism that keeps a people's values and identity together. Without it, cultures become bastardized, countries become invaded, and values are trampled. A world without fascism is a world for and by the Illuminati.

The fact that the press is hellbent on labeling Trump a fascist is proof that he's on to something and that we need to listen. No Illuminati shill has ever done what he's doing. This is a campaign that's scrapping the PC playbook and saying what needs to be said, no matter how incendiary it may be. That's why we're choosing Donald Trump as our endorsement for the Republican nomination.

We know that he will "Make America Great Again"!

12 comments:

  1. You're a fucking idiot. So as Fascists we should all let the English people go home to England, let the Dutch go home to Holland, let the Irish go home to Ireland etc etc until all that's left here is the Native American Indians who are the only ones truly FROM here , according to your People/Culture/Land proposal. Donald Trump does not give one fuck about the American people, he was born rich and would step over the average American worker on a daily basis just to get into his chauffeur driven Limo and , oh yeah, HELICOPTER. It's impossible for one secret group to run the world. Think about it, you can't organize a secret group at work or in your personal life without one guy getting selfish after a while and fucking the whole thing up. The problem is people need to own up and admit the have not been paying attention and are now getting taken advantage of because of that. Nobody knows who their local Mayor is or councilman or congressman etc. Turn American Idol off and read a fucking newspaper . Politics isn't black and white , it's not that simple , it's messy, there's a whole lot of wheeling and dealing that goes on and it's tough to get things done. When you understand that you understand everything better and don't let some paranoid idiot on a blog tell you different. Less than 50 % of people show up to vote so that should tell you all you need to know about this country

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    1. If you disbelieve for a minute that the elites do not run the world, you are fucking idiot!

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  2. The only we need is be humble and forgiveness to anyone because no body's perfect , politics power is temporary only but you can't take it with you and we live behind. Just be nice as much as we can and be a descent better person.

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  3. Trump 2016...he will balance the books as Pres Andrew Jackson did..AKA ole hickory...for those that don't know hickory is a wood that is flexible ...you can bend it but can't break it..Dam NWO to hell..this is America

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  4. To Anonymous from 12-20-15-- I think you miss the point. First you have to believe that there is such a thing as an identifiable American culture, then you have to understand what the term 'culture' means. Webster's first definition of culture is, "the integrated pattern of human knowledge, belief, and behavior that depends upon the capacity for learning and transmitting knowledge to succeeding generations." So, if you believe that this is occurring in a particularly 'American' fashion, then it doesn't have anything to do with the fact that America is made up of a multitude of ethnicities and nationalities. The point is that we are all Americans, i.e., a particular people who have adopted a particular way of imparting knowledge from one generation to another. So, if you believe, for example, that Obama has attempted to undermine American culture for some nefarious reason, and that a personality such as Trump's could restore that "particularly American" culture AND you believe that there is something inherently positive about American culture, then supporting Trump makes rational sense. I believe that there is something very positive about American culture, and I do believe there are forces at work that are trying to destroy that culture. I also believe that Donald Trump is our best hope for restoring American cultural integrity. That I'm also ethnically and racially Native American, has nothing to do with it.

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    1. Your post is brilliant! Thank you for your insight!

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  5. Terms such as 'fascism', 'liberalism', 'socialism', 'communism', 'libertarianism', and the '...isms' go on and on, are simply an attempt to put words to an evolving cultural and social structure. The actual meanings are lost when taken out of the context of historical occurrences. It's worth asking the individual what he/she actually means by the term, and what it means to them in THAT particular moment when they are using it. It is also worth taking a scholarly look at the term, to see how the meanings of the term have taken on different characters over time. I must admit that I have very preconceived notion of what the term fascism means. And, I have to admit that my reaction to the term is one that has definitely been implanted in me from an early age. It's worth looking at Jonah Goldberg's book, "Liberal fascism : the secret history of the American left, from Mussolini to the politics of meaning." But, if you are looking for a quick read, try reading through Wikipedia's entry on Fascism. I'm not a hate monger, and I certainly could never support another movement like that that occurred with the rise of Germany's National Socialist (NAZI) movement of WW2, but I do believe that moving towards some new social structure (that maintains our uniquely American culture AND supports the rules established through the implementation of the U.S. Constitution) makes sense. That this new structure might include elements from both the left and the right, of liberalism and conservatism, makes total sense to me. It seems like the only way that Americans can be brought back together again and to put an end to our constant divisions. I agree that there will always be a certain amount of messiness involved in a democratic and/or a republican process (they are both part and parcel of the same nature of government), so I'm not looking for a utopian ideal, just a way to get folks back on track and working together.

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  6. The sad truth is that we don't know anything. I have often wonder if Trump is taking advantage of the masses most of which can't even understand the meaning of a constitutional republic. I suspect that Trump bet another elite that he can get the stupid people to elect him. Nobody seems to remember the protests against the 1%ers that happened not to long ago, now those same people are supporting him. Turning to the elite they protested against. These politicians lie and lie some more to get elected and then they do what they want or what they are told . So it shall be interesting to see how this plays out. Now if it turns out that Trump can turn it around and make good on his promises I will be shocked and glad. As it stands now though I don't have much faith in a rigged system that is corrupt to the core.

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  7. I am hoping he is not Illuminati at all and you are totally wrong. I am hoping that he aims to tear it all down. If anyone will, it will be him. I think he is on the level and would be willing to gamble my life as well as my friends and family. What other choice do we have at this juncture? Fking scary man.

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    1. Do you think if Trump were elected, he would be endangered by an assassin because he would be a threat to "the Illuminati"? Kinda like JFK was?

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  8. All we can do now is vote for Trump to keep Hillary out of office. If we don't we are screwed. And if he is a rogue president like JFK or Reagan then yes he needs to wear a bullet proof vest.

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  9. That's what worries me. If he is going 'rogue' then how long will we truly have him for? The illuminati finds a way to make their plans succeed. I do believe trumps awakening of the middle class is a good start because maybe he can get people to open their eyes to the truth. Even if it's surfaced by lies.

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