Queen Ann Calls Trump a Lunatic, Says She Wants Him to “Build a Wall on the Mexican Border”

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
February 2, 2019

So there’s this idea that’s started floating around in the last few days that we should build a wall to keep from getting zerg rushed by hispanic welfare artists.

As I’ve been thinking about it, I think that building a wall on the Mexican border is a pretty reasonable proposal, and something we should at least consider.

The Hill:

Conservative pundit Ann Coulter said Friday that President Trump is “lazy and incompetent” and warned that he might face a challenger for the Republican presidential nomination if he does not uphold his promise to build a border wall.

“We put this lunatic in the White House for one reason,” she said on Yahoo News’s Skullduggery podcast, claiming that she was simply reminding the president of his promise to deliver on securing border wall funding.

Asked who she thought should challenge Trump for the Republican nomination in 2020, Coulter suggested Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Ala.).

Brooks recently argued that Trump had the right to declare a national emergency to build a wall along the southern U.S. border, calling illegal crossings a “national emergency of major proportions.”

There is no way Mo Brooks or anyone could beat Trump in a primary. The fact of reality is that so much of the Trump phenomenon is based around the power of his personality.

Here’s the podcast.

The Yahoo News article contained this Tweet:

I had forgotten that there is a Jewish Harvard law professor named “Laurence Tribe” with the Twitter handle “@tribelaw.” It’s good to remember this particular fact.

Because this is exactly the reality we live in: we are living under Jewish tribal law.

Everything about the modern legal system is Talmudic. Everything gets so complicated and legalistic that justice becomes impossible. We have a situation where there is some kind of complicated explanation for why random federal judges are able to veto anything the president tries to do. A system of rule by judges is called a “Kritarchy,” and is the system of law in the Old Testament. It is ancient Jewish tribal law, and it is being used in America.

Creating an unelected council – funnily enough referred to as a “counsel” – is rabbinical. And there are complex reasons why Trump at least believes he can’t fire the head of this council/counsel, which are again Talmudic.

This disgusting tribe of desert people has foisted upon the United States their entire system. It is a viral infection, reprogramming cells. Or, if you prefer, a computer virus, overriding files and using system resources for deviant purposes. Whatever analogy you choose, Jews are a social disease.

Tribe’s tweet is about how “we” fought a revolution to end the ability of a leader to to take action to do things is telling. What he is actually saying is that the “democracy” system inhibits leaders from being held accountable to the people. Of course, the American Revolution didn’t have anything to do with restricting the will of the people by making elected leaders totally powerless individually and thus unaccountable.

It is a fact that the modern governmental structure is much more easily manipulated by Jews than an absolute monarchy. “Checks and balances” can be twisted into “no one is ever responsible for anything.”

Of course, it wouldn’t be twisted into that if you didn’t have Jews. That is the issue.

Monarchy isn’t really practical in the modern age, which is why even relatively simple countries with monarchies such as Thailand still maintain a large state apparatus that is more or less totally separate from the monarch. The industrial revolution transformed society completely and thus you had a world necessity of more complicated governments. However, our legal system is still in spirit intended to be based on English Common Law, and our government structure is intended to be based on the Roman Republic.

Jews are incompatible with our system and we are to their system. That obviously goes much beyond law and government into the entire society. And that is the fundamental struggle of our age. Attempting to reconcile these two irreconcilable systems.