The media attacks, the web ripostes

The response to President Trump’s victory has been predictable, on the streets of America’s pozzed, depraved and overrun metropolitan areas, as well as in its allied libmedia. The BBC, lynchpin of Lib, posted approvingly about “protests” by “young people” over Trump’s “divisiveness”.

Unsurprisingly, they haven’t been covering the detail of these “protests”, which contain scenes like this:

Shock Video: Black Mob Viciously Beats White Trump Voter

As the article says, if it had been the other way round, with white Trump voters viciously assaulting a black Hillary voter and dragging him along the road as he tries to retrieve his vehicle, it would have been number one news story across the media. Obama would have held a near-tearful press conference; images of slavery and lynchings of black would have been evoked; Loretta Lynch would have sent in Federal investigators to investigate civil rights violations; and of course, they would all have demanded Donald Trump decry the actions of his supporters, blaming him for them regardless of what he did.

What has actually happened? Nothing.

If you got all your information from TV, radio and newspapers, first of all I pity you, and secondly there is no way that you could have known about this horrific, racist crime.

This is how things were until the birth of the internet, 20 years ago. It explains how they – some might say (((they))) – the establishment elite, starting 50 or 60 years ago, were able to transform stable and prosperous Western nations in which populations were homogenous and well-paying jobs were abundant, into vast airport departure lounges (h/t John Derbyshire) full of hostile ethnic enclaves, but deprived of employment opportunities above serf-level for anyone without multiple advanced degrees and personal connections.

It is how the “Civil Rights” movement was portrayed in universally glowing terms, and its leader, Martin Luther King, beatified; when in fact it was an assault upon the right of freedom of association, and MLK was a prostitute-beating plagiarist.

It is how mass third world immigration was allowed to happen on the sly. Senator Ted Kennedy, a quisling of the establishment elites, when passing the Immigration Act in the 1960s said that it would have minimal effect. In reality, literally tens of millions of third world immigrants have been allowed in.

Similarly in Britain, Margaret Thatcher said in the late 1970s that Britain felt “overrun” by immigrants, with the expectation that she would stop them. She was put into power throughout the 80s partly on the basis of this, but she did not act to stem the tide, while the media ignored it. Worse was to come with Tony Blair’s New Labour, a perfect distillation of precisely what the (((elite))) wanted: acceleration of third world immigration, despite the fact that this was not in any of Blair’s manifestos or speeches; combined with war against the (((elite)))’s enemies overseas. Invade the world, invite the world.

It is only really in the last 10 years or so, with the explosion of fast internet, and internet on phones (as opposed to the groaning whirrs and two minute per page loading times of 16k modems on huge desktop PCs in the 20th Century) that these issues have become discussed and disseminated among large numbers of people.

Thank goodness they have. Without access to information freed from establishment media gatekeepers, videos like the above would remain hidden. The corruption, lies, and goals of the establishment would remain plausibly deniable. And Donald Trump could never have been elected to counter it all.


Author: presidentdonaldjtrump

Just a regular guy, formerly plugged into the libmedia hivemind matrix, who has taken the Red Pill. This blog, inspired by the victory of Donald J. Trump against the entire media-political-financial establishment, has been started to highlight the hypocrisy and double standards of the establishment, and to examine their underlying motivations and long term goals.

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