Trumpism Fading?

Pretty sure the majority of this board is antiTrump, so activity here would not correlate with Trumpism.
Based on the activity in this forum, it appears that Trump is fading away. (I hope so.) Is it true?

a few points which seem to jump out
1 donald was the party leader of the republicans
so people tend to move toward the ideologies of the leader as a group ideology
so the party members would acclimatize toward him.

moving a lot of the smoke & mirrors away what your talking about is ideological support of a cultural ideology expressed through laws & money(that is what politics is).

Donald probably supported ideas that a large majority of republicans support
that wont have changed

"style" is a key factor in right leaning culture as long as the policy's & ideologies are shared on key issues

There is an American & human behavior trend to project a sense of fashion of times
that is expected to change from one trend to another.

the core aspects will not have changed. just the style in which they are exercised

2 i had some other points but i cant be bothered talking about them
Trumpism fading?

Evil will never fade!


did McCarthyism fade ?
look how nixon became a liberalist battle cry toward lack of provability of basic cause and effect as a social cultural doctrine

Trumpism is in fact Republicanism
the Republican party want to ditch the old trend which has been considered old news
and replace it with a new dog n pony show

what happened to Donalds battle cry of "de-fund the lobbyists" ? i liked that one

How Donald Trump's Lobbying Ban Could Shake Up Washington
Trump wants to keep lobbyists out of his administration.

18 November 2016, 14:35
• 5 min read

"By signing below, I certify that I am not currently registered and reporting as a federal lobbyist as defined by the Lobbying Disclosure Act as amended or a compensated as a state lobbyist in any state," Spicer said, reading from a form. "If I was listed as a lobbyist on the most recent lobbying disclosure form, a report required to be filed by federal or state law, I hereby notify the president-elect and transition team that I have filed the necessary form with the appropriate government agencies to terminate my status as a registered lobbyist. I will provide the presidential-elect transition team with written evidence of my federal state lobbyist termination as soon as possible."

im guessing he discovered not long after taking office there was simply too much money involved to make that a practical step
i am also guessing that in his run off against the conservative right wing Christians like pence and the others
he realized they were all gaining the vast majority of their funding from religious lobbyists

i think donald was bumping crystals rather than a new trend in moral policy directives

with south America looking like its turning into the zombie apocalypse that border wall is starting to look like pure genius visionary stuff
but all too late

bleeding hearts, wonks & politicrats wont solve mexicos looming impending humanitarian crisis
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People Can Be Stupid . Trump loves uneducated people . Or people with an education but still not all that bright .
Based on what I am seeing on FB his supporters are still there.
Yes, and it behooves our security services to remain vigilant about the influence of this dangerous psychopath.
Remember Hitler ? When we ignore the past we are bound to repeat it!
People Can Be Stupid . Trump loves uneducated people . Or people with an education but still not all that bright .
35% of the American voting public do not believe in the US Constitution and that all men are created equal. They believe in an Autocratic government.
Autocracy is a system of government in which supreme power over a state is concentrated in the hands of one person, whose decisions are subject to neither external legal restraints nor regularized mechanisms of popular control (except perhaps for the implicit threat of coup d'état or other forms of rebellion).

Why is this scary?
For starters, in the last totally free elections in Germany in 1932, the Nazi party beat out every other party, winning about 33 percent of the vote and taking control of the parliament, or Reichstag. That election put Hitler on his path to running the country. (In presidential elections earlier in the year, Hitler did not do as well.) Fertig said the Reichstag vote is an inexact yardstick for German support, although it captures some level of popular sympathy for the Nazi agenda. After 1933, Germany was a totalitarian state, and voting was either coerced or nonexistent.

Does any of this sound familiar?
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WE THE PEOPLE , in the American Constitution , is Native American made . Iroquois , I think .
Yes, these "savages" were very advanced in the art of governance, as well as conservation of the environment.


The Iroquois Confederacy gave rise to the first federal constitution on the American continent. That constitution, the Great Law of Peace (the Great Law), provided for federalism, separation of powers, equitable distribution of wealth, accountability of elected officials, freedom of assembly, speech, and religion, and a system of natural rights that influenced thinkers like Benjamin Franklin, Jean Jacques Rousseau, and Frederick Engels.
Perhaps the most remarkable feature of the Great Law was its recognition of the status and suffrage accorded women by the Iroquois Confederacy. Approximately one-fourth of the Great Law's clauses recognize the power and influence of women in the Iroquois culture.'
While Franklin and the Founding Fathers borrowed liberally and literally from the Great Law in theorizing about and framing the American model, no reference to universal suffrage or the rights of women appeared in the United States Constitution as originally written.
It was not until the passage of the nineteenth amendment in 1920 that the United States Constitution recognized women as sentient citizens with an ability to exercise the vote. United States courts, taking their cue from the Constitution, had regarded women as merely the property of their husbands, fathers, and brothers. 2

So, who were the "savages"?
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Two party system has this virtue. Opposition to Hitler was divided, so he could gain power even with 33%.
And look at the current division between democrats and republicans.
A perfect opportunity for a small but dedicated third party to take control. That's the gambit being played by the Trump party. Divide and conquer under the guise of Nationalism, i.e. Nazi-ism.

The parallels are unmistakable.

The attempted coup to prevent the elections from being ratified is very much the same as the Nazi "Beer Hall Putsch", which also failed and landed Hitler in jail, where he wrote his book "Mein Kampf".
Hitler began Mein Kampf while imprisoned for what he considered to be "political crimes" following his failed Putsch in Munich in November 1923.
Although he received many visitors initially, he soon devoted himself entirely to the book. As he continued, he realized that it would have to be a two-volume work, with the first volume scheduled for release in early 1925.
The governor of Landsberg noted at the time that "he [Hitler] hopes the book will run into many editions, thus enabling him to fulfill his financial obligations and to defray the expenses incurred at the time of his trial."[4][5] After slow initial sales, the book became a bestseller in Germany following Hitler's rise to power in 1933
Hitler had made about 1.2 million Reichsmarks from the income of the book by 1933 (equivalent to €5,139,482 in 2017), when the average annual income of a teacher was about 4,800 Marks (equivalent to €20,558 in 2017).[22][23]
He accumulated a tax debt of 405,500 Reichsmark (very roughly in 2015 1.1 million GBP, 1.4 million EUR, 1.5 million USD) from the sale of about 240,000 copies before he became chancellor in 1933 (at which time his debt was waived).

Does any of this sound familiar? Trump had to remain president to be exempt from tax-evasion charges and other crimes.

This is now why he has several hundred law-suits against him?

Litigation Tracker: Pending Criminal and Civil Cases Against Donald Trump
Originally published on Feb. 28, 2021; updated on Apr. 25, 2021.
On both the criminal and civil litigation fronts, former President Donald Trump faces a bevy of lawsuits and investigations, with more cases likely to follow.
Some are civil suits stemming from his pre-presidential business dealings. Others are defamation claims from women he allegedly assaulted. More still are criminal probes and civil actions that scrutinize his attempts to overturn the results of the 2020 election. The Chart below tracks all these cases. It will be continually updated as major legal developments occur.......more
The parallels are unmistakable.

Hitler is the american dream

a nobody who made himself the number 1 guy in the world

he got the right people to help him create a ideological machine that produced the country as a follower

extremely smart
idolized by hundreds of millions

Donald openly mentioned on TV camera that he read Hitlers writing & admired his ability

what stopped Donald from Creating a 1000 year Republican party ?

Capitalism(private ownership of corporations which effectively control the political machines of government)

as a thought exercise
i wonder how many self purported smart people can literarily define the difference between Cultural Superiority & Racism & Classism

a little ironic in an environment when most(average voter majority including the loud mouths) claim to know the differences

what really stopped Donald from
Building a big Beautiful wall
building new roads & rail systems ?(biggest infrastructure build & spend ever)

had he achieved those 2 simple things he would have near hero status right now

and all the smart people know that
& many to most businesses are realizing how that wall & new rail & roads to link internal trade & travel would be a boom economically
better spend of quantitative easing than simply fueling lending to consumers to spend on Chinese products with no additional wage income stream to off set it with.

joe has to print more money
he cant not print more money
the presidency is in a hole along with the country & only way out is to build

but the whole American economic system is set to game its self to extract profit at the expense of fair market prices competition & jobs
so its a sinking ship
thats a lot for 1 guy to solve in 3 years
even if he was Jesus himself i doubt he could do it

Historically, & talking exclusively to the smart people
what value(of comparison) is Hitler compared to Stalin, Mau, maybe Alexander & Genghis khan.

i guess we could argue the catholic/christian church having more dead bodies on its hands over the last 2000 years maybe
equally Islam

how much work is left to go to remove genocide from the worlds many different cultures & countrys ?
it seems genocide has been around for as long as time its self & very very hard to shake.

we know for a simple fact that genocide goes on today inside many cultures in varying forms
its just an internal form of inter cultural genocide
possibly falsely labeled as civil war or classism, religion or ethnicity conflict.

is that Hitler topic concept of genocide Really far from a lot of how human animals tend to think around resource control material ownership and territorial control and take over ?

is trumpism marked by a side head nod to assumed racial separation that lends more or less wight toward concepts to normalize genocide ?
is that what we see when we see the anti china sentiment dressed in its real cloths of commercial globalism ?

and now the rise of anti-Asian hate campaigners

are the mainstream anti African American or anti black skin racial campaigners so lost in their own polarized world that they cant simply gather in behind the collective spirit of anti racism in what ever form it presents ?
is violent crime being green lighted to re name it racial violence to avoid changing the leadership and social control system's that drive those core social & political systems ?

amerika is built on charity trend religions to avoid tax so the avoid paying their fair share to run society's expenses and make themselves little god Hitlers
from anti fair market think tanks to communist revolution & evangelical child soldier franchises

another anti genre trend is not a solution
its making the problem larger without solving the real problem(social cultural & economic reform)

usa versus Afghanistan ... versus south American border wall
= chinas Uighurs border regions
china is not building a wall
& not running bombing campaigns
they are building citys & modernizing them giving them jobs education & medical care.

which one is morally superior ?
is that a valid debate to be having ?

Trumpism, Joe & the Troop withdrawals & how to get moral superiority & usa voter support behind helping Mexico. ... tricky !

maybe jeff bezos should be given the CEO job of ice to make them run better & treat the illegals like amazon staff
turn a profit instead of a terrible loss and cultural injury & abuse.
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Rick Santorum belongs in a Sanatorium.

Rick Santorum says 'there isn't much Native American culture in American culture'
The former U.S. senator from Pennsylvania made the remarks to a conservative audience as part of a broader comment on America's early European settlers.

Former U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum drew criticism for comments last week that "there isn't much Native American culture in American culture."
In remarks to conservative group the Young America's Foundation on Friday, Santorum argued that the culture of the United States is largely unchanged since it was birthed by "Judeo-Christian" values.
Santorum, 62, a Republican from Pennsylvania who served in the Senate from 1995 to 2007 and is now a CNN commentator, said there was "nothing here" before European settlers arrived.
"We came here and created a blank slate," Santorum said. "We birthed a nation from nothing. I mean, there was nothing here. I mean, yes we have Native Americans, but candidly there isn't much Native American culture in American culture."
The reaction to Santorum's comments, which were first transcribed and publicized by Media Matters for America, was swift.
Jaime Harrison, chairman of the Democratic National Committee, called Santorum's comments "hot garbage."

Apparently this pensive idiot, ex-Senator Santorum, has never read the Constitution of the United States and its history.

How the Iroquois Great Law of Peace Shaped U.S. Democracy
Last Updated by Terri Hansen on Dec 17, 2018 at 7:48 am

Editor's note: The opinions expressed in this blog post are solely those of the author.

Much has been said about the inspiration of the ancient Iroquois “Great League of Peace” in planting the seeds that led to the formation of the United States of America and its representative democracy.
The Iroquois Confederacy, founded by the Great Peacemaker in 1142, is the oldest living participatory democracy on earth 2. In 1988, the U.S. Senate paid tribute with a resolution 3 that said, "The confederation of the original 13 colonies into one republic was influenced by the political system developed by the Iroquois Confederacy, as were many of the democratic principles which were incorporated into the constitution itself."
The peoples of the Iroquois Confederacy, also known as the Six Nations, refer to themselves as the Haudenosaunee, (pronounced "hoo-dee-noh-SHAW-nee"). It means “peoples of the longhouse,” and refers to their lengthy bark-covered longhouses that housed many families. Theirs was a sophisticated and thriving society of well over 5,000 people when the first European explorers encountered them in the early seventeenth century.

This is the caliber of the Republican leadership, very much alive today folks!
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Rick Santorum belongs in a Sanatorium.

Rick Santorum says 'there isn't much Native American culture in American culture'
The former U.S. senator from Pennsylvania made the remarks to a conservative audience as part of a broader comment on America's early European settlers.

Apparently this pensive idiot, ex-Senator Santorum, has never read the Constitution of the United States and its history.

How the Iroquois Great Law of Peace Shaped U.S. Democracy
Last Updated by Terri Hansen on Dec 17, 2018 at 7:48 am

Editor's note: The opinions expressed in this blog post are solely those of the author.

This is the caliber of the Republican leadership, very much alive today folks!

He was voted out of the Senate. Doubt he could get elected anything in PA.
I would not hire him as dog-catcher!

certainly not the dogs you need worry about



this last picture
you can see the children are being starved to death
i expect this image is from near the end where they were running out of food & recruiting german white children to be suicide soldiers as they sent the last of their home guard to the Russian front & against the incoming allies to all commit suicide to save him & his elites

allied soldiers ended up fighting against these children who had been set up in towns & villages with guns & bombs
these children had been brainwashed to fight to the death
just like some people brain wash children in many religions

their parents sent them in to these groups because they would be harassed & imprisoned, sometimes executed if they did not.
groups of older teenagers were sent around as press gangs to beat up small children who did not comply to join the Hitler youth groups
shop keepers would be told to stop selling their parents food
all these things were normal nazi stuff

and they used Christianity as one of their brain washing tools

he thinks he is being cool & hip & racially superior by saying
"you aint nothin"
to native American Indians to try & get his little gestapo youth group to copy him

trying to create his own little group of suicide soldiers
typical stuff

As many as 25,000 Native Americans in World War II fought actively: 21,767 in the Army, 1,910 in the Navy, 874 in the Marines, 121 in the Coast Guard, and several hundred Native American women as nurses. These figures included over one-third of all able-bodied Native American men aged 18 to 50, and even included as high as seventy percent of the population of some tribes. Unlike African Americans or Asian Americans, Native Americans did not serve in segregated units and served alongside white Americans.[1]
Navajo code talkers project
In February 1942, a civilian named Philip Johnston came up with the idea of using the Navajo language as military code. Johnston, a missionaries' son, grew up on a reservation and understood the complexity of the Navajo language. By September 1942, the American government had recruited several hundred Native Americans who spoke both Navajo and English to translate English words into the Navajo language to foil enemy understanding. Often working behind enemy lines, the code talkers were commended for their bravery and gained respect from fellow soldiers.[1]:83 At its declassification in 1968, the code that these Navajo developed was the only oral military code that was not broken by an enemy.[6]

The code itself was composed of carefully selected Navajo words that used poetic circumlocution so that even a Navajo-speaker would not be able to understand the communications without training. For example, since there were no words in Navajo for military machines, weapons, or foreign countries, so these words were substituted with words that did exist in the Navajo language. For example, Britain was spoken as "between waters" (toh-ta), a dive bomber was a "chicken hawk" (gini), a grenade was a "potato" (ni-ma-si) and Germany was "iron hat" (besh-be-cha-he).[6]

In 2001, 28 Navajo Code Talkers were awarded Congressional Gold Medals, mostly posthumously. The group has also been commemorated in various media, including books, films, notably Windtalkers (2002) starring Nicolas Cage, Battle Cry starring Van Heflin, even a Navajo Code Talker GI Joe action figure.[6]


Soo... it is clear to see as history tells us, the 'MASSIVE impact' Native American Indian culture has had in preserving & providing foundation for the modern white Americans life & history
including their military history & Veteran service & Honor

_uck him
piece of human garbage
hopefully he will live a long painful life of suffering
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