October 4, 2017
The Las Vegas attack was an assault on the essence of America, which is to say, it was a hateful strike against White people.
There’s no question that no matter what the details of the motivation for it might have been, the target was carefully selected to both maximize White casualties and for representing White American culture.
Trump went to Las Vegas and did a good job of underlining the heroism that White men have shown in the face of danger, as well as the depth of the evil of the shooter himself.
President Trump visited Las Vegas Wednesday, days after the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history and a day after his visit to Puerto Rico see the devastation wrought by Hurricane Maria.
“We cannot be defined by the evil that threatens us,” Mr. Trump said at his final stop after being introduced by Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval. “We’re defined by our love, our caring and our courage.”
Mr. Trump said that when the worst of humanity strikes, “the best of humanity responds” and referenced parents and spouses using their bodies to shield and protect their loved ones during the shooting.
The best of humanity are the White men who readily risked their lives to protect other Whites against this vicious violence. The anti-White scum who committed the crime is rightfully described as the worst of humanity, as all traitors are.
Whether a Moslem convert or an antifa, this guys was the lowest scumbag imaginable.
The president and First Lady Melania Trump went to University Medical Center’s trauma center to meet with and console some of the victims of the massacre, and also paid a visit to first responders, whose actions prevented even more casualties. The two were accompanied by House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-California, and Rep. Mark Amodei, R-Nevada. Constituents of both were killed or injured in the attack.
As the president departed the White House, he told reporters, “It’s a very sad thing. We are going to pay our respects and to see the police who have done really a fantastic job in a very short time.”He also said officials were learning “a lot more” about the shooter, Stephen Paddock, and that information about him would be released “at an appropriate time.” “It’s a very, very sad day for me, personally,” the president said.
He suffers for all of us.
We can only hope that Trump will prevent the authorities from burying the truth about this story.
It must be made loud and clear that this was an attack on White people, and that whoever is ultimately responsible for this, whether ISIS, antifa, CNN or whatever, must be made to pay.
On Tuesday, the president called the shooting an “act of pure evil” and said, “I know we are searching for some kind of meaning in the chaos, some kind of light in the darkness. The answers do not come easy.”
The left, meanwhile, are reflexively using this event to promote their gun-control agenda, as they always do.
When asked if he would be considering any possible gun violence legislation down the road, he brushed off reporters, saying today was not the time to discuss it.
All these freaking journalists are like piranhas, homing in for the kill whenever they whiff the smell of blood. They have no rational arguments for gun-control, so they know their only good tactic is to wait for a massacre, and then try to shame people like “how can you still defend guns in front of all these corpses?”
But the left won’t be able to dominate the narrative on this one.
The target is so obviously White people and the American nation, that their attempts to spin this any other way will trigger a backlash. Even the mainstream media is aware of this to some extent, as they have been forced to acknowledge the very White nature of the victims.
This will only serve to further reinforce the burgeoning White ethnic consciousness of ordinary Americans.