Lies of Omission

Lies of Omission
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Wednesday, November 9, 2016


Before the media and the leftists figure out how to make the Trump victory, a victory for them through all the traditional means, such as describing how the Trump victory was really a dying last gasp of white racism; or how Trump fed all of the unemployed a false narrative about jobs aplenty; or that the nation under Obama has made Trump's desires inaccessible, let me explain what the Trump victory meant.

It meant that we want a true nation, with borders and to decide who comes in, what they want to do here and how they intend to embrace the formula, which has made this nation successful over the past two hundred plus years. It meant that the majority of us do not want to invest billions of tax dollars into the "green" industry which is only "green" because it takes money from the many and gives to Silicon Valley hucksters. It meant that the majority of us do not agree with government by phone and pen and want and expect our representatives to vote against budget-busting government giveaways to organizations dedicated to the destruction of the middle-class. It meant that the majority of us do not want the government to be at war with its citizens and taxpayers. It meant that the majority of us do not want the Attorney General's office to obstruct justice. It meant that the majority of us do not want Black Lives Matter to have an adjunct office in the Attorney General's office. It means we like the Second Amendment and intend to deny Obama's Supreme Court the opportunity to do more damage to it than they already have.

In essence, the Trump victory simply means that the average American is tired of being belittled, ignored and trampled on by the various special interest groups all claiming that they have somehow been disadvantaged by a system that is based on merit.

Obama's vision of this nation is flawed, but by sheer bully tactics it got its way for eight years, simply because the people of this nation did not want to hold Obama, or his cronies accountable for his inability to govern a diverse people. Instead, they let the first black president do as he pleased, but now recognize Trump as a means of "draining the swamp" of politicians that take advantage of those good intentions. Reparations? We just paid it for eight years. Now, we are even and we want a nation of accountability and fairness to return. We want to return to a nation of people who work hard and need jobs and don't want to be on the government dole. Obama's constituency of "the needy" did not show up for him, because he was not on the ballot and the good people of this nation had absolved themselves of their sins by tolerating his brand of government corruption. Obamacare? Tried it and didn't like it. Open borders? Tried it and didn't like it. Importing terrorists? Tried it and didn't like it. Giving Iran billions of dollars to foster and encourage worldwide terrorism? Tried it and didn't like it.

The Trump victory is not a repudiation of blackness or brownness or Islam. It is a repudiation of self-annihilation through embracement of those qualities alone. Obama viewed blackness and brownness and Islam as a means of destroying whiteness and Christianness. Trump's victory is a repudiation of that method of reconstructing the nation.

The United States of America is an open society, welcoming of any shade of color or religious fervor, but it is expected that entrance to the bounty of America comes with a corresponding respect for the values and methods by which, for over two hundred years, it has built the society capable of that bounty. It is not a nation to be plundered by those who enter, but bolstered by those who enter and as the creators of the bounty (black, white, brown and whatever other color is associated with people) we have the right and the obligation to protect it by choosing those who enter for their potential ability to build upon that which has been laid as a foundation.

Obama's method of governance was to destroy that which made this nation wealthy and prosperous by allowing the plunderers special access to the bounty. Repudiation of that method of governance is what a Trump victory meant.


  1. Beautifully stated. Thankyou.

  2. "The United States of America is an open society, welcoming of any shade of color or religious fervor,..."

    This is our destruction. That was NOT US immigration policy until 1965. Since then our Western Christian Civilization has been deliberately deconstructed. Displacing the culture which created the most prosperous society on Earth with persons who have not the ability to sustain, much less create, such a society is the recipe for degradation, disorder, and decline. The people now repopulating The United States, are NOT the people with whom our Grandparents lived, worked and built. They have no affinity for Western Christian Civilization, for our culture, our values, our Nationhood. Assimilation? Into what, exactly? The best we can hope for in the future, is a geographic realignment and secession. Separation. Nationhood.

  3. "In essence, the Trump victory simply means that the average American is tired of being belittled, ignored and trampled on..."

    Yes! That's PRECISELY the essence of it. Perfect. And now that trampled little guy has to get this---Donald Trump is not him, and there's nobody to live his life except himself. It's the thing everyone's so afraid of--responsibility--and the only way to accept it is to stand up and accept it. That's why courage is so focal, but it's not courage to figure out who else is going to do it...let alone force your neighbors to go along. Period.

  4. Long time lurker few time commenter. It is interesting how the left is crying about the loss but if the shoe was on the other foot, it would be get over it the "people" have spoken.

    I'll be honest, I didn't vote. Not that I didn't care, but I was busy preparing for what I anticipated to be the final showdown. That is what it's come to. I am surprised he won, not unpleasant of course, but this isn't the end, it's just the beginning.

    The most dangerous time of any revolution, peaceful or otherwise is not the overthrow of the regime, it's the period right after that. Nature detests a vacuum. That's what we have right now and the left will attempt to delegitimize the victory despite a conservative win at every level of government.

    My fear now is that right has taken the left's abuse for so long we don't understand the gift we've been given, the opportunity to clean house and rid ourselves of the parasites. Strike while the iron is hot so to speak, keep the momentum up, purge albeit peacefully, politically, but purposely.

    The enemies of liberty, as has been stated elsewhere, are merely regrouping, now is the time to take it the rest of the way to ensure they can't come back. Ever. We will never have another opportunity like this. And we were able to do it without millions being shot in the street. I find it intellectually dishonest for people to say we have a chance now we have a chance to chart a new course. What we have a chance to do, respectfully, is finish the enemy to make sure we can never get off course again. Thank you for allowing me to express my opinion.

    1. I agree. If this can be done by peaceful means (and I really doubt it will) now is the time to push on. One of my suggestions is everyone city the cord. Not another dimension to the cable company. Though I would think quite a few reading this blog have already done so. What a great follow up it would be to watch the big media companies take a big hit. Oh and that 60 dollars or so you have from the cable savings use it to exchange some federal reserve notes for a few ounces of silver. A twofor!

    2. You nailed it fellow-Michigander, and it's the same thing I've been saying. Destroy your enemy, see them driven before you, and hear the lamentation of their vimmen.

    3. T.L.,

      An essay that is a very accurate assessment of why Mr. Trump will be the 45th President of tne United States.


    4. Update, as I see the groundswell of left hate mongering, I realized they've flipped the script in a way I couldn't have imagined. They are actually labeling themselves as freedom fighters!

      To think Howard Dean, who is looking to head the DNC, is actually saying on NPR that the dems need to get out in the streets, reach the common man and "identify every voter".
      I'm sure what he meant was identifying every voter not like him and his allies.

      Trump is calling for peace and a chance to show how inclusive he is. That, quite frankly, is what got us here to begin with. Faithless Electors? Who knows. Bottom line, there really was never any voting our way out of this.


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