What do we want? Trump. When do we want him? Now

The left and the complacent do not see that for us the only way forward into a future that will be connected to our own past is via the policies of a Donald Trump. Freedom, prosperity and the preservation of Western Civilisation, never mind ridding ourselves of the left-madness of “climate change”, are embodied in what PDT now represents. It’s catching on. If even the crowds in the street of France are chanting “We want Trump!” you can see where the sentiment outside elite opinion is now found. The whole story is found here: French Citizens SHOCK Leftists with Chant “We want Trump!”

PROBABLY LONDON: As noted in the comments, looks more like London than Paris. Same difference. If you are looking to preserve our way of life, PDT is the way forward. It wasn’t staged and you will not find it in the media.

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46 Responses to What do we want? Trump. When do we want him? Now

  1. Chris Harper

    This is not France, the coppers are British.

  2. mh

    I think that is a Tommy Robinson rally.

  3. Destroyer D69

    Unfortunately for Australia our system of elections totally prevents the emergence of our Trump. The only way to any position of influence is with the permission of the cabal of self interested backroom persons who control the programmes to be inflicted on the country. The manipulation of the protection of the position of party leader just passed demonstrates the determination to araldite the seat of power to a pair of buttocks chosen by the party without any interests for the wellbeing of the country.

  4. Harken Now

    Hark!:

    Unfortunately for Australia our system of elections totally prevents the emergence of our Trump.

    Failing to have the “emergence of our Trump” has coincided with how many years of no rescission now? Oh, but it’s all sure to collapse in the terrible heap any day now, is it?

    Us angels recommend this: you might think the world is going to hell in a basket, but a fair slab of every generation over the age of 50 or 60 has felt that way since Adam. You might think that the world would thrive and be a wonderland of riches if only your economic and political theory were put in place to fullest extent – but that can blind you to seeing how other economic policies in this and other countries have done pretty good, actually. And when it comes to catastrophism about pro-environmental policy, capitalists and vested interests always fret and whine about how it will be kill economic activity – but if done wisely, people and companies adapt.

    As for Western civilisation – it’s cool, but has not been without its problems. It also changes. And will be around a long time yet. Stop catastrophising about it and immigration.

    Besides, Chinese food is pretty tasty!

  5. The BigBlueCat

    Besides, Chinese food is pretty tasty!

    Cantonese maybe, the rest not so …. how do you like your scorpions – deep fried? Your silk worms – with or without soy sauce? Your dog – salted, roasted or grilled? Sea cucumber – braised or in a consomme? Snake – grilled or braised? Pigs intestines – with or without boiled rice?

    I’m not being racist of course, but merely pointing out some culinary delights that many regional Chinese enjoy that you might not find so appetising.

  6. Gavin R Putland

    Trump cheerleader gets caught sharing a piece of obviously fake news and carries on without missing a beat: “Same difference.”

  7. Dr Faustus

    I think that is a Tommy Robinson rally.

    Correct.

  8. Harken Now

    …merely pointing out some culinary delights that many regional Chinese enjoy that you might not find so appetising.

    All good humans will be eating mainly plant, microbial or fungal derived protein sources in 100 years anyway. You should study tofu cooking in preparation.

  9. Tom

    Always with the knowall condescending wrongology, trollscum. The fuckwit leftard ruling class has zero self-awareness.

  10. struth

    Harken’s such a groovy, hip cat, funky, in the groooooove, sick, awesome and also a fucking prophet!!!

    The wisdom of a 20 something on display is so cringeworthy really.
    I’m embarrassed for him.
    Well at least I hope he’s that young, or what’s the excuse?

  11. Harken Now

    Hark! Tom:

    Confession is good for the soul. Repeat after me: “I was completely wrong in my prediction for a Red Wave tsunami in the midterm elections. I call other people ‘wrongologists’ all the time, and need to acknowledge that I joined their ranks, big time. I will be more modest in my name calling, and predictions, in future.”

    Your soul will feel cleansed.

  12. Chris Harper

    Chinese food, in China, bears slight resemblance to Chinese food any where else I have eaten it, whether in Australia, the USA, the UK, France or Malaysia, for instance.

    After two weeks of eating it in China I have been desperate to get my hands on something edible.

    To paraphrase Terry Pratchett, if you have to make a meal out of chicken feet this only means some bugger has stolen the rest of the chicken.

  13. Tom

    Trollscum, I did not predict a Red Wave. I simply predicted there would be no Blue Wave. The DNC winning the House by a wafer-thing margin of 40 seats and going backwards in the Senate was not a Blue Wave. You idiot.

  14. Dr Fred Lenin

    Trump is truly the man for the hour,to think one man coukd strike such fear i to the elite aparat of the whole world ,he is playinng them off a break ,anticipating their every shifty move and exposing them for fraudulent lying scum .Here they were confident t of their power with their own corrupted media and public servants,covering their stupidity performing criminal actions , stealing like the clintons krudd and giliard with no consequences . Promoting a bullshit scam on climate and profiting hugely like gore and the turnbulls.
    Suddenly the internet negates their propaganda machine exposing the crimes ,the people are awakening,in the USA they elect Trump instead of the criminal clinton and the poop hit the fan for them all over the West ,now there isnt a western government t that isnt covered in poop and the closet communists s are exposed .
    They claim gerbil worming will doom the world ,more like the deploreables action will doom their world .
    Send them to hell ,if Satan will admit them ,I hear hes a bit particual about who gets in ,and rightly so ,people are there for a very very long time .

  15. struth

    Us angels recommend this: you might think the world is going to hell in a basket, but a fair slab of every generation over the age of 50 or 60 has felt that way since Adam.

    But you guys know better.
    You’re panicking the world’s gonna end.
    Full stop.

    God these people are fuckwits.
    Notice the similarity with Monty.
    No self awareness.
    This is what hypocrisy requires.

  16. Mother Lode

    Same difference.

    Nah, the French are screwed.

    They just have the shits because now it is their money being taken from them and given back to them through an exaggeratedly theatrical show of beneficence. They have had no trouble for decades having other people underwrite the cost of the things they receive.

    The English still feel an affinity to America (shared language, history, and the ‘special relationship’, and do not reflexively despise it as the French do, who preen themselves on the culture and nation that their forebears laboured to create for them yet are utterly disinclined to make the least effort themselves.

  17. Harken Now

    Hark! to Tom.

    Uhuh.
    Don’t worry: you’ll always have Rasmussen.

  18. mh

    Gavin R Putland
    #2878426, posted on December 4, 2018 at 11:32 am
    Trump cheerleader gets caught sharing a piece of obviously fake news and carries on without missing a beat: “Same difference.”

    Not one of Steve’s best.

  19. struth

    No not one of Steve’s best.
    Definitely a Tommy Robinson rally in England.

  20. mh

    struth
    #2878494, posted on December 4, 2018 at 1:08 pm
    No not one of Steve’s best.

    Yes, extremely lame. Not sure why Steve thought the French would be chanting in English.

  21. The English still feel an affinity to America (shared language, history, and the ‘special relationship’, and do not reflexively despise it as the French do, who preen themselves on the culture and nation that their forebears laboured to create for them yet are utterly disinclined to make the least effort themselves.

    The Krauts and Frogs have always been pissed at the Anglos cos, like everything else, we did our Revolutions better. Theirs always had lots of dead bodies, terror and the rise of a Socialist-Fascist meglomaniac with bugger all to show for it at the end.

    After a little family dispute the U.S produced the Constitution and a country unparalleled in world history. The Poms sometimes had to do a bit of head chopping but it was usually a pompous elitist twat who had got out of hand, as opposed to tens of thousands during Reign of Terror. Mostly they avoided it (King John) and also ended up better off and with a firm foundation to be built off and copied globally.

    If French and German think their culture is so superior why would they have imported barbarian hordes to destroy it? They riot over fuel prices and weep and Tealight when their countrymen are blown up and run over. Think about that.

  22. LOL, another failthread from Kates.

  23. Boambee John

    Barken Mad

    And when it comes to catastrophism about pro-environmental policy, capitalists and vested interests always fret and whine about how it will be kill economic activity

    But enough of Goldman Sachs and Alex Turnbull, what do sane people say?

  24. Filbert

    Monty: the fail expert.

  25. Confused Old Misfit

    December 01, 2018
    “There are whole parts of the city that I’ve been warned not to enter”: An American shocked by the REAL Paris
    EXCLUSIVE! INSIDE the Paris riot with embedded Rebel reporters

  26. old bloke

    Mother Lode
    #2878482, posted on December 4, 2018 at 12:38 pm

    The English still feel an affinity to America (shared language, history, and the ‘special relationship’, and do not reflexively despise it as the French do

    The English and the Americans obviously “feel an affinity” as their relationship goes back for millennia. The English are primarily descendants of the Tribe of Ephraim (the Angels, from the H*brew “Aegel”, bull calf), and the Americans are primarily descendants of Ephraim’s brother Manasseh. They are two of the sons of Joseph, and have always stood and fought together. It’s interesting to note that the J*wish scholars say that only the tribes of Joseph can defeat Edom, Esau’s descendants, who are mainly located in Germany and eastern Europe.

    The French are primarily the descendants of Reuben, the first born of Jacob, who lost his first-born blessings due to some chicanery with his father’s love life. Those blessings were split between two of his brothers, J*dah, was given the right to rule, and Joseph was given the wealth of the soil, huge numbers, military might, etc. This is why the French have always carried an animosity to Joseph’s descendants, “we woz robbed”, so don’t order your coffee and croissants in English in that Parisian cafe otherwise the waiter, who probably speaks perfect English, will pretend he doesn’t know what you want.

    Here we see Jung’s “collective subconscious”, probably better expressed as tribal subconscious.

    This is also why Reuben will always be best friends forever with Esau’s descendants, that’s another case of eldest brother missing out on the special blessings. Same too with Ishmael a generation earlier.

    But Joseph’s descendants will always come to the aid of Reuben’s descendants, even knowing that they won’t be thanked, due to an incident when Joseph was sold into slavery. After Joseph was put into the pit by his brothers (and, to be honest, Joseph would have been a pain in the back), Reuben did his eldest brother duties went back to rescue him, only to find that Simeon had sold him into slavery.

    The military cooperation between the sons of Joseph has always been the case, from their time together in the land of Israel, in their Assyrian exile as the Saka Scythians (Saxons) and their neighbouring exiles who formed the Parthian Empire. They would send their armies to fight together against a common enemy and they were always victorious, as Rome unfortunately discovered many, many times.

  27. Tel

    … vested interests always fret and whine about how it will be kill economic activity – but if done wisely, people and companies adapt.

    Here’s vested interest CNN telling us about the way climate change will kill economic activity, reading from some vested interest report.

    https://edition.cnn.com/2018/11/23/health/climate-change-report-bn/index.html

    Whole pages of catastrophe, none of it particularly plausible when you consider how many doomsayers have told us we would are dead already.

  28. Harken Now

    Hark! Tel.

    Actually, if you want to use your scepticism on a matter that warrants it for once – it should be on the wild implausibility of an economic forecast that somehow manages to estimate a only a 10% shrinkage of the US economy if global temperatures have gone up 5 to 8 degrees C.

    Many on the side of the angels noted that small but very problematic part of the Report immediately, but it has (so far) attracted little media attention.

    Climate economists do their best, but seriously, trying to reliably predict GDP growth out 100 years and then figure in the economic effect of likely non-linear environmental changes once temps get up to 3, 4 or 5 degrees? Come on, humans. Stop sniffing your marker pens.

    And besides: if an economist told you that a short war – somewhere you don’t care about much – which will snuff out a half million lives and as such will be only a pretty modest affair as far as wars go, and done right will ensure a pick up in GDP in the vanquished and victorious nations for 10 years following, would you still do it?

    Economic activity is not the be all and end all of how to judge a successful and thriving planet.

  29. Jannie

    Harken Now.

    You are a fuckwit. Shut up and listen to your betters.

  30. Tel

    If the predictions are not reliable, we should discount accordingly based on uncertainty. The “10% loss of GDP” required a number of worst case assumptions.

    Sure it’s possible that a commet might strike the Earth and cause mass extinction (that’s a typical worst case scenario), but I recommend still looking both ways before crossing the road, because that truck is actually likely to kill you, while the commet and a climate catastrophe are both as likely as three more consecutive Liberal governments in Canberra.

    Plausible scenario: we get a bit of warming, some farmers adjust their crop rotation, prices adjust and people adapt.

  31. Harken Now

    Haaarrk Tel: there is no magic “and it all stops here at a nice and adaptable level” on the graphs of rising temperatures if you continue burning fossil fuels as fast as you can.

    You only imagine there is; computer (and science) says “No”.

  32. Tel

    Hark we already went to war a number of times recently so it’s hardly an “if” anymore. We were warned of those millions of “Climate Refugees”… and mass starvation (I’m sure you can find links) but the real world refugees that actually turn up on the border are all either from the various wars we started or they are economic refugees with fake Syrian passports. Not a single genuine “Climate Refugee” amongst them.

    We already did that experiment. War has been proven to kill people (duh!) fractions of a degree of Global Warming so far hasn’t demonstrably hurt anyone.

    I’ll also point out that the various wars the USA have been involved with don’t seem to have boosted their economy a whole lot either. Not economists guesswork, but past tense: Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, Libya, Yemen. Been there tried that, don’t need any guesswork just pick up the pieces.

  33. Iampeter

    What do we want? Trump. When do we want him? Now

    Or, you know, you could try and get some actual understanding of politics and develop ideas that are an alternative to the left?
    But you’re right, mindless SJW chanting for dear leader is a lot easier.

  34. Tel

    Anyone who wants me to believe they are a devine being with the ability to see the future just put down next weeks lotto numbers.

    Just get the numbers right and suddenly people might start taking you seriously.

  35. Harken Now

    Harrk! For Goodness sakes – how many time do denialists need to be told? If you wait for the worst, there is no avoiding the worst. The warming is a slow, continuous build, by its very nature not even stopping instantly if you stopped all fossil burning tomorrow.

    Conservatives are supposed to be wise and good at this planning thing, aren’t they? You are the complete opposite on the matter of climate change because socialist plot!/conspiracy!/you want us to pay another tax!/some scientist guy made a wrong prediction before!/computer models!/I’m the plucky man in the study who can prove all those actual climate scientists are wrong.

  36. Mark M

    “For Goodness sakes – how many time do denialists need to be told?”

    No one denies the last ice age, but, don’t let that stop you telling folk about your failed fake climate crisis.

  37. Rae

    I’ll also point out that the various wars the USA have been involved with don’t seem to have boosted their economy a whole lot either. Not economists guesswork, but past tense: Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, Libya, Yemen.

    Hmmm. What’s that US$120 Billion in arms sales to the Saudis that the PGiC keeps mentioning. Just for the war in Yemen. And what’s the equivalent in US arms sales for those other battlegrounds you’ve mentioned? Quite a substantial boost to the US economy from all of those. Even the PGiC say its an ameliorating factor in the murder of journalists, and maybe others.

  38. RobK

    Hark,
    From your link:

    Implications for Climate Change.

    The results reported in Table 1 indicate substantially higher uncertainty in long-run economic growth than has been assumed in climate–economy models, in IPCC assessment reports, and in a large body of science on the impacts of global climate change (4⇓⇓–7, 16, 25, 33). One common approach in climate policy analysis is based on economic growth rates defined as part of SSPs. The SSPs are five scenarios that provide 100-y forecasts for key demographic and economic variables; they are designed to provide plausible “storylines” for the evolution of these variables (16, 39). In the SSP storylines, economic growth rates vary based on structural factors that are assumed to determine productivity growth (40, 41). However, the SSPs are not based on probabilistic methods and are not structured to formally capture uncertainty in long-run productivity growth rates.** Rather, they are used to describe “uncertainty in mitigation, adaptation, and impacts associated with alternative climate and socioeconomic futures” (16).


    They are lifting storylines as science just as you do, but at least they are saying the degree of uncertainty is greater than they thought. In essence they don’t know, even the voracity of their guess. They are highlighting some disingenuous streaks of the IPCC. You should not worship the IPCC. It is a false messiah.

  39. Boambee John

    Barken Mad

    Harrk! For Goodness sakes – how many time do denialists need to be told? If you wait for the worst, there is no avoiding the worst. The warming is a slow, continuous build, by its very nature not even stopping instantly if you stopped all fossil burning tomorrow.

    I am amazed that an angel is not aware of the basic computer equation.

    Garbage in, garbage out.

  40. Rohan

    Ah so that 10% uses probabalistic modelling. Excellent. Heres my probalistic modelling that proves the likelihood that man is the primary cause of AGW.

    We will assign a value of 1 to each yes answer and a 0 to each no.

    Has climate change occured in the past? Yes.

    Has CC occurred more than once? Yes

    Will CC likely occur in the future? Yes

    Of all the CC events in the past was the activities of man the smoking gun? No.

    1x1x1x0=0 so its highly unlikely that man is going to cause future CC. QED.

    But like all modelling its only as good as the assumptions made. Yet trollscum is putting all his faith into bogus climate and economic modelling as being fact. Its not fact. Just a prediction made from a modell with significant assumptions.

  41. Rohan

    Probalistic =probabilistic

  42. Rae

    Of all the CC events in the past was the activities of man the smoking gun? No.

    Pre the Industrial Revolution, of course. Otherwise a “No” is somewhat tenuous.

  43. mh

    Donald J. Trump Retweeted
    Charlie Kirk
    Charlie Kirk
    @charliekirk11
    ·
    17h
    There are riots in socialist France because of radical leftist fuel taxes

    Media barely mentioning this

    America is booming, Europe is burning

    They want to cover up the middle class rebellion against cultural Marxism

    “We want Trump” being chanted through the streets of Paris

  44. Rae

    “We want Trump” being chanted through the streets of Paris

    So much gullibility. Get real folks. It’s a gee-up from a Tommy Robinson demonstration in Britain.

    Time to bell Steve’s cat with the original Twitter post.

    “We want Trump we want Trump” yelled thousands of chanted the Brits people…sometbing you will NEVER see or hear about on MSM..

    Steve, those last few words about the MSM are pretty similar to your “It wasn’t staged and you will not find it in the media”. You wouldn’t deliberately mislead the proles here, would you?

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