As the excitement subsides over Donald Trump’s unthinkable victory, Nationalists abroad are beginning to question just what exactly is going to change. In fact, amid a failing enthusiasm from capricious, even stupid decisions from the Trump administration, we’re beginning to think we fell for the meme, not the man.

Hardly any amongst us were not enthralled in the drawn out process of the Presidential election, and although it’s superfluous to waste words on the series of events itself we must reiterate that the greater portion of Nationalists the world over were glued to the virtual reality of memetic warfare with unquestioning faith in the Trump cause.

There was the hope that a certain je ne sais quoi moment was at our doorstep as the thinly veiled humour behind God Emperor memes revealed a subconscious yearning for such a figure to actually be walking among us.

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Somewhere between man and meme lies Kek

In the past weeks of the Trump administration, however, we question the veracity of what we were told and more pertinently, what we told ourselves about the new POTUS. Detractors from the United States will argue that they had little choice given the alternate continuation of the Clinton family; they will say we are jumping the gun in too harsh a manner when the occupancy of the White House has just begun.

To an extent we concur, yet a greater catalyst to our derision forms: our riposte to Seppos in their time of apparent jubilee lies in questioning the primacy of American opinion in anything, for outside the realm of their own smugness lies a world that is deeply resentful of the gross impact of uninvited, unwanted imperialism for the past several decades.

In this regard, Trump is not only continuing that tradition but appears to be outdoing his predecessor in stirring the hornet’s nest that is the Middle East. The stern warnings sent to Iran and the politically motivated ‘Muslim ban’, contrary to Trump’s bloviating rants, puts no one but Israel first.

There was the hope that a certain je ne sais quoi moment was at our doorstep as the thinly veiled humour behind God Emperor memes revealed a subconscious yearning for such a figure to actually be walking among us.

Eric Trump gave a better picture on how deep Israeli interest runs in his father’s veins when, speaking to New York radio program AM 970 he revealed, “I think, honestly, the Iran nuclear deal was one of the things that made him jump into the race…I think that was a game changer for him. That is when he finally said, ‘Kids, I am going to do it. I am gong to give this a real shot.’”

Benjamin Netanyahu only earlier this month (Feb 17), no doubt emboldened by Trump’s staunch words of support to his close ally, claimed both the United Stares and Israel have a “grand mission” to confront the Iranian threat. We could go on and on listing saccharine statements made over the Chosen Land, but it would assail our principal point of asking why we need to justify a continued LARPing support over a President selling false goods.

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If only he would just bomb Israel we could get back to worshipping him 

Trump is a Zionist, and we’re sufficiently tired of hearing the ifs and buts avoiding that charge. If there’s one train of thought we don’t want to hear it’s the eternal excuse that the so-called most powerful man in the world cannot institute the reforms needed to clear away the irrefutable dross covering all corners of America’s political, economic and social bodies, so instead he’s just “playing games to remove them”; at this point in time it’s equivocal to saying “the dog ate my homework” – it’s a lie that’s biding time for the inevitable outing of the lie itself, whereby at the root of that falsehood is the absurd notion America can ever be the saviour of the West without being anything less than what we know as America, which it can’t, or won’t.

We note too with a mocking sneer at what this has done for the progression of Australian politics. It has come to our attention that a few self-styled “alt-right” publications have emerged with the intention of furthering Pauline Hanson as our answer to the same populist train-wreck that gave us Geert “I was under investigation by my own country for ties to Israel” Wilders.

The usual culprits in our patriot circus try to boost their own self-importance by rallying (unsuccessfully) around Hanson’s inner circle, so too do they champion Trump as a demigod; most cringeworthy of all are the exaltations to American patriots that are impossible not to be seen as anything other than a desperate grab for attention.

Eric Trump gave a better picture on how deep Israeli interest runs in his father’s veins when, speaking to New York radio program AM 970 he revealed, “I think, honestly, the Iran nuclear deal was one of the things that made him jump into the race…I think that was a game changer for him.

Trump made a good Pepe and captivated our interest as a God Emperor, but all the same, the power vested – or more precisely, imagined – in him was a dreamlike vapour that cannot and will not be translated into reality. The who, what, where, and when failed to correlate with the prerequisite conditions imposed on such a gargantuan figure. Likewise, the copycat minions scattered throughout the West are false idols on an even less impressive scale.

The idea of compromised Nationalism is no longer an acceptable game to place bets on, it dilutes our core message to an irrevocable perversion that can be seen in all its crassness throughout the civic nationalist fold. Australia finds more common ground than ever before with continental Europe’s Nationalist movements as our strident march towards sovereignty struggles with, among other things, throwing off American hegemony.

Trump may find it necessary to save Israel, we don’t. Which side will the people of Australia choose?

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