Pat Buchanan: Even if Trump Loses, We Win


I disagree with Pat’s latest column, below. Pat suffers from intellectual myopia. He doesn’t realize that half of America, most nonwhites and a significant number of whites only care about sticking it to the white population, groups such as Black Lives Matter, or about their freebies. All of them want America populated with creatures who look like them, not like the white population.

The Asians want a massive influx of Asians, the Latinos want to recreate Mexico and other Latin countries on this soil, etc.

Hillary Clinton and her partners in crime will give them what they want while the (((oligarchy))) quietly steals the remaining wealth, all the while blaming whites and Russia for the woes of the nation.

Pat thinks life will go on normally. It may do so in some ways, but the fundamental transformation will make whites, Christianity, and patriotism irrelevant, except for when white (mostly) men are needed to fight overseas wars.

If you disagree with me, leave a comment. I don’t bite.

Lew Rockwell

“If I don’t win, this will be the greatest waste of time, money and energy in my lifetime,” says Donald Trump.

Herewith, a dissent. Whatever happens Tuesday, Trump has made history and has forever changed American politics.

Though a novice in politics, he captured the Party of Lincoln with the largest turnout of primary voters ever, and he has inflicted wounds on the nation’s ruling class from which it may not soon recover.

Bush I and II, Mitt Romney, the neocons and the GOP commentariat all denounced Trump as morally and temperamentally unfit. Yet, seven of eight Republicans are voting for Trump, and he drew the largest and most enthusiastic crowds of any GOP nominee.

Not only did he rout the Republican elites, he ash-canned their agenda and repudiated the wars into which they plunged the country.

Trump did not create the forces that propelled his candidacy. But he recognized them, tapped into them, and unleashed a gusher of nationalism and populism that will not soon dissipate.

Whatever happens Tuesday, there is no going back now.

How could the Republican establishment advance anew the trade and immigration policies that their base has so thunderously rejected?

How can the GOP establishment credibly claim to speak for a party that spent the last year cheering a candidate who repudiated the last two Republican presidents and the last two Republican nominees?

Do mainstream Republicans think that should Trump lose a Bush Restoration lies ahead? The dynasty is as dead as the Romanovs.

The media, whose reputation has sunk to Congressional depths, has also suffered a blow to its credibility.

Its hatred of Trump has been almost manic, and WikiLeaks revelations of the collusion between major media and Clintonites have convinced skeptics that the system is rigged and the referees of democracy are in the tank.

But it is the national establishment that has suffered most.

The Trump candidacy exposed what seems an unbridgeable gulf between this political class and the nation in whose name it purports to speak.

Consider the litany of horrors it has charged Trump with.

He said John McCain was no hero, that some Mexican illegals are “rapists.” He mocked a handicapped reporter. He called some women “pigs.” He wants a temporary ban to Muslim immigration. He fought with a Gold Star mother and father. He once engaged in “fat-shaming” a Miss Universe, calling her “Miss Piggy,” and telling her to stay out of Burger King. He allegedly made crude advances on a dozen women and starred in the “Access Hollywood” tape with Billy Bush.

While such “gaffes” are normally fatal for candidates, Trump’s followers stood by him through them all.

Why? asks an alarmed establishment. Why, in spite of all this, did Trump’s support endure? Why did the American people not react as they once would have? Why do these accusations not have the bite they once did?

Answer. We are another country now, an us-or-them country.

Middle America believes the establishment is not looking out for the nation but for retention of its power. And in attacking Trump it is not upholding some objective moral standard but seeking to destroy a leader who represents a grave threat to that power.

Trump’s followers see an American Spring as crucial, and they are not going to let past boorish behavior cause them to abandon the last best chance to preserve the country they grew up in.

These are the Middle American Radicals, the MARs of whom my late friend Sam Francis wrote.

They recoil from the future the elites have mapped out for them and, realizing the stakes, will overlook the faults and failings of a candidate who holds out the real promise of avoiding that future.

They believe Trump alone will secure the borders and rid us of a trade regime that has led to the loss of 70,000 factories and 5 million manufacturing jobs since NAFTA. They believe Trump is the best hope for keeping us out of the wars the Beltway think tanks are already planning for the sons of the “deplorables” to fight.

Moreover, they see the establishment as the quintessence of hypocrisy. Trump is instructed to stop using such toxic phrases as “America First” and “Make America Great Again” by elites who think 55 million abortions since Roe is a milestone of moral progress.

And what do they have in common with a woman who thinks partial-birth abortion, which her predecessor in the Senate, Pat Moynihan, called “infanticide,” is among the cherished “reproductive rights” of women?

While a Trump victory would create the possibility of a coalition of conservatives, populists, patriots and nationalists governing America, should he lose, America’s future appears disunited and grim.

But, would the followers of Donald Trump, whom Hillary Clinton has called “racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamophobic … bigots,” to the cheers of her media retainers, unite behind her should she win?

No. Win or lose, as Sen. Edward Kennedy said at the Democratic Convention of 1980, “The work goes on, the cause endures.”

Hillary and her backers don’t need our support. She plans to destroy us. Permanently. That’s what good-hearted Pat doesn’t understand. That’s what her coalition of supporters want.

2 thoughts on “Pat Buchanan: Even if Trump Loses, We Win

  1. Next is THE FACT – Europeans, which means Whites (Anglo-Saxons predominantly) CREATED America. Europeans made Europe and obviously both creations are GRATE, which is why Third Worlders push themselves in both. It means that those from the worse wont to come to better, which is logical.

    The question is what will happen, will better influence worse or vice versa. We know the REALITY, it is vice versa and it is again logical if we compare this with next. Imagine reservoir with potable water contaminated with just a small amount of sewage, it’s over, and no disinfection would help. Similar with swimming pool, where some “refugees” defecated and urinated in the water as it happened in Germany and Austria.

    America left opened gates to vermin and vermin is contaminating and gradually taking over. It is same if you let someone in your house and guest would take control over your own house. Would you let it go – probably NO.? Hence, why then letting Third World vermin taking over your country. Look at UK, London, Paki mayor and cocktail of Negro-Muslim majority. Same with Brussels, burkas are just everywhere.

    As wicked witch will almost for sure “WIN”, it’s done deal, according to her Maecenas Soros, what will Trump’s Americans do? This would probably be the last opportunity to rebel against Hillary and Oligarchy, before they go for arms confiscation and annihilation of the Second Amendment. If you guys will not resist, game is over and we all are going down. It would be a tough decision, but what is the alternative.

    Mighty US Military, (((theirs))) puppet, instead of brawling worldwide, they should instead bomb Wall Street and affiliates, almost all of DC. It would be as my dreams came thru.

  2. You are correct Mr saboteur ; Pat is clueless – so ensconced in his world of think tanks and gated neighbourhoods that he has lost touch with reality. Mr trump has indeed fundamentally changed the political landscape. especially within the GOP, but should [[[they]]]go ahead and install killary, it will be a moot point. The final nail will have been driven in the countrys coffin.
    May God have mercy on the rest of us.

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