Messsage from FashyGoy1488 in tradworker #tradworker
Just logged on here for the first time, and saying "hello". Still happy I didn't vote for the alternative , but Trump has done something disappointing here.
Finally got this thing to work.
Trump's victory in the general was a net positive for our cause, as it was a proof of concept that a national populist message can and will resonate with the masses.
Right. I didn't expect him to keep *all* his promises, but it would have been nice.
The fact that fascism-lite was a winning platform isn't something that can be taken away. And the harder he crashes in flames after betraying that platform, the better for our cause.
Hello dd1986. My first time also. This Syrian situation is disgusting.
Fascism light paves the way for the real deal, hahah. I'm onboard.
I anticipated a long uncomfortable process of trying to defend him from hardliners as he pragmatically and patiently implemented a bunch of watered down populist half-measures. Since he's outright fucked us all on trade, on foreign policy, on infrastructure, on health, and (soon) on immigration, life's simpler for me.
Yeah, agreed. I'm not defending him, anymore. Except to say that his winning was a positive step for America.
Yeah. He surrounded himself w/ (((them))) from the beginning.
The bad outcome for us would have been him attempting to pursue a populist America First strategy and failing and flailing. This outright betrayal is something we can work with to polarize folks.
True. Breitbart comments are filled with dissent.
He's a marketing wizard with a good ear. He had no idea what he was doing and just spent the primaries and general saying what succeeded in his A/B marketing testing process. And now that he's in office, he's trying to "delegate" to "smart people" and it's all unraveling.
The conservative mainstream media is trying desperately this morning to keep a lid on the populist outrage, and I believe that by the afternoon they'll have squarely failed.
Who the fuck wants more neocon warmongering? How the fuck is that bird going to fly?
Who benefits more from invading syria? America it israel?
My guess is israel, but one of you goys light line something i don't
It's in our vital national security interests to be ISIS's airforce.
Fuck i cant type
Not America, not Syria, really only Israel and isis benefit
Wait, it benefits israel AND isis?
Well, Israel's got the general long game strategy of patiently plucking out every uncontrolled player in the Middle East. There's more detail and nuance, of course. But Jews think and act generationally. They need Assad gone.
Well if Assad can't attack isis with 20 jets then they definitely benefit
Or whatever scum is there isis, rebels, it's all a big shithole
To me, it seems like america fighting israel's battle. What will the us gain from this?
What I'm fearful of is that Putin has an excellent opportunity to cash in on his strong position in Syria to ensure that his warm water port remains in his hands and then let Assad choke while Trump gets the blame for another Libya-style power vacuum clusterfuck.
Yeah that's my biggest fear, power vacuum
The smart play for Putin right now is to shrug his shoulders and let America hang itself. I'm fearful about that because Israel still wins.
Then more "refugees" into Europe, and more destruction of our race
Jews lie about gas then ruin everything
Here we go again
Think of the six million Syrian toddlers Assad gassed.
Uh...what's Allepo? (Makes stoner face)