October 31, 2017
John McCain has been a virulent promoter of bizarre, deranged conspiracy theories for his entire career. In the early 2000s, he was a key advocate of the conspiracy theory that Saddam Hussein was building a nuclear weapon to attack America with, and that the only solution was to invade that country.
Most recently, he has, in an irate fashion, promoted the insane, baseless theory that Donald Trump “colluded” with Russia to “hack” the 2016 election.
Now, with that theory falling apart, exposed for the pure tinfoil nonsense that it was, he is on the attack, accusing others of having “conspiracy theories.
I believe in Americans and the American dream, but it’s time we wake up. pic.twitter.com/QmSIqP0TEs
— John McCain (@SenJohnMcCain) October 30, 2017
Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) took aim at the current political environment, including apparent veiled swipes at President Trump, during a speech on Monday night.
“We have to fight against propaganda and crackpot conspiracy theories. We have to fight isolationism, protectionism, and nativism. We have to defeat those who would worsen our divisions,” McCain said at the Brigade of Midshipmen at the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md.
The Senate Armed Services Committee chairman added that “we have to remind our sons and daughters that we became the most powerful nation on earth by tearing down walls, not building them.”
Comparing the current state of nation to the early 1990s, which he described as “hopeful,” the 81-year-old senator argued that it was “time to wake up.”
“We are asleep to the necessity of our leadership, and to the opportunities and real dangers of this world. We are asleep in our echo chambers, where our views are always affirmed and information that contradicts them is always fake,” McCain said.
He also referenced one of Trump’s campaign mantras, “America first,” as he detailed the lessons learned from the rise of fascism and World War II.
“Our failure to remain engaged in Europe and enforce the hard-won peace of 1918 had made that clear. There could be no more isolationism, no more tired resignation — no more ‘America First,’” McCain said.
McCain’s remarks on Monday night come after he warned of “half-baked, spurious nationalism” during a speech in Philadelphia earlier this month.
“WE CAN’T PUT OUR OWN COUNTRY FIRST, GOYIM – WE HAVE TO PUT OTHER COUNTRIES FIRST!”
This is certainly what McCain always believed, but did he have the nerve to say it so straight-forwardly before the tumor?
I can’t remember. But I think he did not.
He is tying “conspiracy theories” to “isolationism, protectionism, and nativism” – so what “theories” is he talking about?
The theory that bringing hundreds of thousands of Somalians into our country has harmed our nation? The theory that brown immigration in general has had a negative effect? The theory that sending all of America’s jobs overseas has led to economic hardships for the working and middle class?
What “theories” do nationalists have?
His basic argument that we have to destroy America in order to create a one-world global government system is at least internally consistent. Lots of people are arguing for this – that we must sacrifice our nation and sovereignty to create a glorious “new world order” type future.
But where exactly do “conspiracy theories” enter into the picture here, on the side of anti-globalists?
It would have been nice if he was more specific.
Anyway – whatever.
All of these people are showing their true faces, and saying, without any implicitness, that they want to destroy America for the sake of globalism.
And I don’t think this is a popular message. It certainly isn’t popular among Republicans, and I’m not really sure how popular it is among Democrats either.
But I’m glad it’s all out there on the table. They are saying “hey, we have to destroy America, and if you don’t agree with that you are evil,” and now the people can decide.
George Bush’s anti-nationalism speech was equally straight-forward, where he also pushed the “we have no choice” angle when arguing for the destruction of America. And to my knowledge, he does not have a brain tumor.
The concept of the “uniparty” has never been more clear than it is right now. There is absolutely zero difference between Republicans and Democrats. There used to be difference on social issues which are ultimately irrelevant in the larger scheme of things, but the GOP has since given up on that. Now, Democrats and establishment Republicans are making zero attempt to disguise the fact that they are a unified force working to destroy America.
It’s infuriating to me that the boomers who supported these people like Bush and McCain did so believing that they were not globalists intent on destroying America, when there were all of these people – like Pat Buchanan – warning exactly that. And in fact, the rhetoric of these neoconservatives, even back then, was not hard to interpret. No, they weren’t nearly as straightforward as they are being now, but it was never really a secret either.
At least that age has ended.
We are going to do the Bannon plan, we are going to primary all of these shills, we are going to push forward with Trump nationalism. And in due time, that will lead to open white nationalism.
It is a good, solid plan.
Right now, the key goal of white nationalists needs to be infiltrating the GOP. We need to launch a massive program for this. We need to be filling whatever seats we can at the local level, and just swinging the whole machine our way as we work up to the state and national levels.
I am working on plans for this. Instructions of how to get it done.
It’s not going to be easy, but it’s not looking like it’s really going to be all that hard either. The party is filled with old people who are all dying off and there is no direction for the old establishment other than this McCain “fuck America” nonsense – it is wide open for us.
This is actionable, it has steps and phases, and it has a clear set of goals. That is what we need right now.
There is no other clear path to victory right now. Marching through the streets in Nazi uniforms and planning to overthrow the government is delusional and insane. No one is going to overthrow the government – at least not within the next 25 years – and people talking about it are either stupid or shills. And if no one is going to overthrow the government, the only option moving forward is to continue to create awareness among the people – as we’ve been doing – and to infiltrate the existing political establishment.
We should combine that with tactical real world activism that actually makes sense in terms of propaganda. Not “JUST DO SOMETHING” KKK goon marches.
I want to actually win. And the only way to define “win” is as “state power.”
Anyone else who wants to win and disagrees with me needs to present an alternative strategy for winning.
Goon marches lead to [BLANK] which leads to [BLANK] which leads to state power.