Pat Buchanan Praises Trump’s Pro-Nationalist, Anti-Globalist UN Speech

GENERAL CHARLES DE GAULLE IN 1943, LATER PRESIDENT OF FRANCE.

Pat Buchanan has written some of the strongest praise for American President Donald Trump that I’ve seen recently.

Pat Buchanan compares Trump’s call for nationalism to French President Charles De Gaulle’s similar ideas of 50 years ago.

Trump is putting America first. His desire is to see nation-states organized along ethnic lines, with each nation putting its peoples first too.

Trump hasn’t abandoned his anti-globalism, says Pat.

Lew Rockwell

Trump — American Gaullist
By Patrick J. Buchanan
September 22, 2017

If a U.S. president calls an adversary “Rocket Man … on a mission to suicide,” and warns his nation may be “totally destroyed,” other ideas in his speech will tend to get lost.

Which is unfortunate. For buried in Donald Trump’s address is a clarion call to reject transnationalism and to re-embrace a world of sovereign nation-states that cherish their independence and unique identities.

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Dear White Haters

Beautiful Family Fights to Keep Alive Toddler Who Went 80 Minutes without Heartbeat in Drowning Incident

THE MATHERN FAMILY CHILDREN BEFORE BABY ADAM’S TRAGIC ACCIDENT.

Warning: This story may make you cry and draw you closer to God.

This is my feel good story of the day.

NOLA

On June 5, every parent’s nightmare became a reality for Lafitte natives Ricky and Shannon Matherne. Their 14-month-old son Adam, slipped out of their home unnoticed as the family was getting ready to leave for their daughter’s softball game. They found him lifeless in the family pool three minutes later.

CPR was performed until EMS arrived and transported him to the local hospital where he was revived. He went 80 minutes without issuing a heartbeat on his own. It was after being baptized in the emergency room that Adam’s heart once again began to beat, his parents said.

This was a child the couple never imagined having. Here is the backstory.

Ricky and Shannon grew up together in Lafitte and were high school sweethearts. In fact, his mother attended her mother’s baby shower when she was expecting Shannon, and he was best friends with her brother Jay.

“Shannon stopped being ‘Jay’s little sister’ around 1991. I graduated from Fisher in 1992 and attended LSU the following fall. Shannon graduated in 1994 and joined me there,” Ricky said.

The two were married in Lafitte in December of 1995 and already knew they wanted a family.

“We tried for some time before Rickey III was conceived,” Ricky said, but despite warning about complications, Grace was on her way not long after, and finally Avery, a happy surprise, was born 14 and half months later. At that point, the Mathernes decided their family was complete.

Until Katrina, the couple maintained a home in Lafitte despite their work as certified professional landmen, which took them all over the country. After Katrina, they moved to Slidell, and then to Pennsylvania in 2009 where their family grew again.

“When Avery turned 10, I began to panic about how quickly they were growing up and I knew I wanted to have another baby,” Ricky said.

He jokingly brought the idea up to his wife, and was surprised when she gave it serious consideration.

The two ultimately decided to leave it in God’s hands, and only a month later they were expecting their youngest daughter, Lea.

“She was such a joy,” Ricky said, and while they worried about her not having a sibling close to her own age, they decided that would be it for them.

Fate had other plans however, and nine months after a tumultuous weekend away in New York where nothing went as planned, they welcomed Adam John into their family.

MOM SHANNON AND HER BOY ADAM AFTER HE “DROWNED.”

ADAM BEFORE THE ACCIDENT.

“Adam brought out the best in us all. His personality is infectious. He is the most lovable, happy, and adventurous baby. Watching the relationship develop between AJ and Lea has been one of the most beautiful things I have ever witnessed and it moves me every time I think about it. Our lives weren’t perfect, but our family was,” Ricky said.

He particularly cherishes the daily routine with AJ.

“I would come home from work, and after dinner it was his bath time – his favorite part of the day. I would tickle his belly with my beard while he shrieked with laughter. As soon as I stopped he would uncover his belly and wait until I did it again,” Ricky said.

June 5 threatened to take Adam’s laughter away for good.

AJ’s accident has left their family devastated, but with hope as well. After being rushed to the hospital in Altoona, AJ was flown to Children’s Hospital in Pittsburgh for five weeks, and then went The Children’s Home to begin rehabilitation for the brain injury caused by oxygen deficit.

Eventually the family came full circle, bringing AJ home to Louisiana and Dr. Paul Harch in Marrero, who specializes in hyperbaric oxygen treatments. The treatments are not covered by insurance, but they are accomplishing what the Mathernes were told would never happen.

“On June 5th, our son (clinically) died in my wife’s arms and was dead for 80 minutes before a dedicated team of doctors and God’s mercy brought him back to us,” Ricky said, “We were asked to consider his quality of life. We were told that AJ can’t see, hear, swallow, or recognize us, and that he would never breathe on his own or move meaningfully.”

DAD RICKEY TENDS TO ADAM.

The Mathernes felt differently — literally.

“That was the day he first squeezed our fingers and we choose to give him the time to heal,” he said. “Since then, AJ’s life has been a series of small miracles. He continues to make small steps forward and is currently breathing on his own, focusing with his eyes, moving his body, responding to voices and other stimuli, and most heartwarming, smiling from time to time.”

The fight continues.

Family members set up a GoFundMe account and have held several fundraisers to help Ricky and Shannon pay for the expensive treatments. They call their efforts “Adam’s Hope,” and their motto is ‘With every breath, we hope.” Another event is planned for Sept. 30 at the Jules Nunez Seafood Pavilion at the foot of the bridge in Lafitte. There will be music, food and beer, raffles, prizes, a silent auction, and games.

Ricky said the response has been overwhelming for them and that AJ would never be where he is now without it. They are hopeful that they may be able to purchase a hyperbaric chamber, so that AJ’s progress can continue in their own home.

So far, AJ has completed 15 of 40 planned treatments.

Hope reigns.

“He is our baby. He gets agitated, angry, sad, but he calms when we hold him. We believe that he can experience love and joys and thus lead a meaningful life,” Ricky said. “We will pursue any treatments available that can improve his quality of life.”

To learn more about “Adam’s Hope”, go to: https://goo.gl/nfPmWz.

Nice! Paul Joseph Watson Gets #HerpesHillary Trending on Twitter (Video)

PJW offers proof that Hillary Clinton is a psychopath. Nice work.

Obviously, this sort of material is a distraction from the real problems confronting us, but spending a few minutes watching Hillary act totally insane and seeing her mocked by the talented PJW is an enjoyable break.

Nine minutes. You’ll see some crazy from Hillary that you’ve never seen before.

Trump Praises China For Ordering Banks To Halt Business With North Korea

If you believe as I do that the North Korean threat is a psy op, engineered by the (((Deep State))) to add to the American military budget and to add to Israel’s aspirations, then you might not be impressed with the news about added sanctions on Kim’s regime. If you are inclined to believe the little fat boy is a real threat, then enjoy the good news that President Trump reported today at the UN.

Real Clear Politics

Sitting alongside South Korean President Moon Jae-in and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the UN General Assembly on Thursday, President Trump praised the Chinese government for reportedly banning any of its banks from doing business with North Korea.

“You heard about China – what China was doing today, in terms of the banking system. That was a tremendous move,” the president said.

“I’m very proud to tell you that as you may have just heard moments ago, China, their central bank has told their other banks –that’s a massive banking system– to immediately stop doing business with North Korea,” Trump reportedly said off camera at the same meeting.

PRESIDENT TRUMP: It’s wonderful to have prime minister Shinzo Abe doing a great job for the people of Japan. He’s doing a wonderful job for the great people of Japan. We had discussions already today and this is a formalization of the discussions. We made a lot of progress both on trade and obviously, very importantly, we have discussed in great detail North Korea, with also South Korea, as you just saw.

So we will continue that dialogue — the relationship that has never been closer with Japan and the United States.

It will continue on with that way. I look forward to discussing some things that the group is here specifically to discuss, and we will be reporting back to you later.

Thank you all very much. You heard about China – what China was doing today, in terms of the banking system. That was a tremendous move and we have great respect and also would like to thank President Xi of China. It was a great thing he did today. Thank you very much. Thank you very much for being here.

If the whole North Korean situation is real, then Trump is doing better than Obama. That bar was set pretty low, however.

As they say, “It ain’t over til the fat lady sings.” This isn’t over yet.

I’m out of fat ladies. William Shatner will have to do. Trump’s inspiration–Rocket Man.

Whites Begin to Embrace Their Inner Hatred

EMPATHY PROPAGANDIZED BY YOU KNOW WHO.

I’ve taken a long excerpt out of an even longer article and bolded a few key points.

If the (((System’s))) purpose of a college education today is to promote egalitarianism, it’s failing. The keyword is empathy. Whites are running out of it. Sadly, even for other whites. That has to change.

Salon

New study: White people lack empathy across the socioeconomic spectrum

Apparent empathy gap among white Americans shows up on questions of both race and economics, study finds

Since the election of Donald Trump, the hunt to figure out what’s the matter with White America has pitted racism against economic anxiety as if those things existed in separate and competing silos, forcing a narrow debate about the future of identity politics that seemingly goes nowhere. Instead of a post-racial America, two terms of America’s first black president left many voters — and a large majority of political pundits — ill-equipped to discuss what it means to be white in America at precisely the time when whites have reasserted their collective identity in this nation.

So while Trump’s rise is often explained as the blowback for a society more focused on Black Lives Matter or trans bathroom bans instead of jobs for coal miners and a growing opioid epidemic, the curious case of a growing racial empathy gap in this country has been unfairly shouldered by Trump’s white voters. An eye-opening new survey, however, reveals that white Americans across the socioeconomic spectrum, including Democrats, are considerably less concerned about both economic and racial inequality — it just all depends on where on the socioeconomic spectrum they stand.

While working-class white folks made up Trump’s signature demographic, it was a surge of whites with college degrees that helped him flip notably blue states like Pennsylvania. These college-educated white people, a new survey from the nonpartisan PRRI found, lack empathy on issues of poverty that place them in stark contrast with the blue-collar voters who have been identified as Trump’s base.

White college-educated Americans are far less likely to say poverty is a critical issue — only 37 percent, compared to 47 percent of white non-college-educated Americans and a majority of Hispanic and black Americans (at 52 and 69 percent, respectively). According to PRRI, white college-educated Americans are also less likely than non-college whites to say that children living in poverty is a critical issue to them (49 percent compared to 60 percent). Only 36 percent of college-educated whites say lack of well-paying jobs is a major problem facing communities.

The empathy gap of college-educated whites only widens in regions where Trump excelled electorally, like the Southwest and the Southeast. White college-educated residents of those regions are far less concerned than those without a college degree about the lack of equal opportunity in education. Nearly half of white college-educated respondents (46 percent) told PRRI that it is not a major problem if not everyone has an equal chance in life — a view shared by only 36 percent of those without a college education.

And it’s not just on matters of economic opportunity that white college-educated respondents exhibit a deep lack of compassion for the plight of others. Only 33 percent of white college-educated respondents said that domestic violence was a critically important issue, compared to 47 percent of whites with no college degree, and 63 percent of black respondents.

Meanwhile, white respondents without a college degree were more likely to affirm the importance of equal opportunity and to support economic policies that address those issues, but they simultaneously denied that social factors such as racism play a significant role in structuring inequality. So while 64 percent of white Americans with a college degree reported moderate to high affinity for people of color, 64 percent of whites without a college degree in the Southeast and Southwest — including 31 percent of Democrats — said discrimination against white people has become as big a problem as discrimination against blacks and other minorities. Strikingly, more than 40 percent of young white people (under age 30) in these regions agreed that discrimination against whites is as big a problem as discrimination against nonwhites.

“A central takeaway of the survey is that support for issues affecting disadvantaged kids is limited among whites at both ends of the educational spectrum,” Robert P. Jones, CEO of PRRI, explained. “But this manifests in different ways: By negative racial attitudes among the white working class and by a striking lack of concern about equal opportunity among college-educated whites.”

NICE.

America’s exceptionalism has been rooted in the country’s relative lack of tribalism. That’s falling apart, and it’s not simply the fault of identity politics. Political identity and partisanship have in recent decades increasingly fused with racial, ethnic and religious identity. As PRRI noted when releasing its survey on Monday, the Republican Party is increasingly becoming a party of white evangelical Protestants, while the Democratic Party is increasingly the home of ethnic minorities and the religiously unaffiliated. College-educated whites who did not vote for Trump, with their lack of religious affiliation and apparent lack of economic empathy, are a big reason why the post-election autopsy still hasn’t concluded in the Democratic Party.

Our job here is to preach the reestablishment of empathy among whites, but only for other whites. It really won’t do that whites are not standing up for each other the way the Jews, blacks, and Mexicans do.

I found this piece of propaganda while researching this post. How obvious the bullshit!

Nog Leads Cops on Five-Mile Chase, Files Lawsuit When they Slam Her Nog-Ass to the Ground

The segment that shows the police beating of Kim Townsend starts at 1:25.

Everything I’m seeing shows concern for dat po’ ole Nigra woman. Dem po-lice dun beat her ass. Dat ain’t right.

Excerpt from Studio News Network

Indianapolis, IN — In the land of the free, police claim the right to detain and extort you for failing to signal a turn in your vehicle. If you do not immediately comply with said detainment, police will claim the right to use violence and often deadly force against you to carry out this extortion. Kim Townsend learned this the hard way.

ownsend, who was beaten to a bloody and severely injured pulp during a traffic stop last year has filed a federal lawsuit against Marion County Sheriff’s Office and the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department. The lawsuit claims police used excessive force during an arrest on January 6, 2016. The horrifying arrest was captured on video.

“All I know is that I was on the ground,” said Townsend, after she was tackled for failing to stop for police trying to pull her over for failing to use her turn signal.

“I felt a punch in the back of my head. I felt a kick to my face and someone stepping on my hands and feet,” said Townsend.

FOX 59 was given a video of the arrest by Townsend’s attorney, Greg Kulis of Gregory E. Kulis & Associates Ltd, who says the use of force by police was unnecessary, unreasonable and unprovoked.

Naturally, police will claim this insane escalation of force was necessary because Townsend failed to immediately stop and led police on a 5 mile long chase through town as she made her way to her house.

According to the police report, Townsend stopped her car in the alleyway at the Julian Center on North Meridian and got out of her car. Investigators say she tried to run inside of that building, FOX 59 reports.

“I was not running away from them. That is where I lived,” said Townsend.

As a result of the brutal beat down given to her by police—over failing to use a turn signal—Townsend suffered torn ligaments, knocked out teeth, and a fractured bone in her face. Townsend is suing for compensation for medical bills, which have exceeded $80,000, and is currently facing charges of resisting law enforcement and operating a vehicle as a habitual traffic violator.

When youze hear dem sireens youze suppoze to stop, Nigga.