October 9, 2015
The Donald has once again proven that he is evil and that “make America great again” is codeword for “race war.”
Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump late Wednesday thanked and retweeted a message of support from a man who identified himself as a Dutch white supremacist.
Twitter user @keksec_org tweeted at the real estate mogul to tell him “I truly believe you are the best to #MakeAmericaGreatAgain.”
It’s unclear exactly who is behind @keksec_org, whose tweets lie in an ambiguous grey area between trolling and flat-out racism.
Yeah, we’ve all gotten pretty good at that.
For instance, I could say tomorrow that I’ve been running this site for three years as a joke, and no one would really know if that was true or not.
But what if I told you it is both trolling and flat-out racism, and the joke is on you kikes for not being capable of grasping this level of complexity?
What if I told you there was literally no difference whatsoever between those two things, and anyone who ever thought there was was being trolled?
What if I told you the whole “well I can’t tell if he’s joking or not” thing is the most brilliant response to Jewish psychological warfare ever developed?
What if I told you it was in fact the only possible response and was actually invented accidentally by a bunch of teenagers who thought it was funny to piss people off on the internet and then suddenly realized that the reason something is offensive is usually that it’s true?
A personal website listed in the user’s bio leads to a page promising “the dankest memes online.” After securing the first Trump retweet, the user tweeted again at the billionaire: “I wish you were my dad, so we can #MakeAmericaGreatAgain.”
But @keksec_org retweets missives from Geert Wilders, an anti-Muslim Dutch politician, as often as tweets about Trump. The user also frequently laments white genocide and defends slavery and colonialism on Twitter. @keksec_org dismisses black critics by calling them “melanin enhanced” or referring to the “feeble mind of the African American negro.”
And you haven’t figured out what’s happening here yet.
The Jews have also failed to figure out what is happening with The Donald’s refusal to condemn we trolls and/or actual Jew-hating racists.
“On social media, it seems that while not all Donald Trump supporters are anti-Semites, many of the vocal and vicious anti-Semites seem to be Donald Trump supporters.”
That’s what Rick Wilson, a Republican strategist and writer often accused of climbing into the pockets of “The Jews,” told me recently.
The widespread anti-Semitism of Trump’s fans hit the news after the September 16 Republican debate, thanks to one of his biggest supporters, Ann Coulter, who tweeted, “How many f—king Jews do these people think there are in the United States?” when several candidates affirmed support for Israel during their closing remarks. Coulter’s comments, coupled with the anti-Semitism on display from her supporters — who immediately started the Twitter hashtag #IStandWithAnn — are becoming typical of Trump’s fan base.
What is most shocking on the heels of the general anti-Semitism of Trump’s fans and now with the mainstream exposure of them due to Coulter’s comments is the candidate’s radio silence on the situation. Trump is known for many things, but keeping his lips sealed is certainly not one of them. Since his campaign has taken off, Trump has spent a good deal of energy playing dumb when it comes to the overwhelming nature of the support for his candidacy from white nationalists and neo-Nazis. Worse than Trump’s willful blindness is the rhetoric he uses to stoke racial unrest with a slogan — “Make America Great Again” — reminiscent of the Nazi Party of the 1930s.
Yes, maybe The Donald is the new Hitler.
Or… maybe he is just trolling you?
He could actually become President and start rounding up Jews and putting them in camps and then years later come out and be like “look, it was a joke, the whole time I was only in it for the keks, lol.”
What would you say then, Jews?