Credible News Source

Here is proof of where our president, Thumper, gets his “news” information.  Nope, nothing fake here!  This interview took place Dec 2, 2015 before his Republican nomination.

We are in so much fucking trouble with this asshole at the helm.



77 thoughts on “Credible News Source

  1. I appreciate being made aware of President Trump’s inadequate and incomplete knowledge of what’s going on, but just what was the alternative to the “asshole”? We were not in so much trouble if Hillary became President? You can’t be serious, because if you are, then you are more of an asshole than Trump.

  2. My point being is that this president has been getting and is NOW getting his information from television and uncredible conspiracy websites. Please see my article on his apparent inability to read and comprehend. If you’ve gone over my site at all, you will realize that the jews PLACE in office those who will further their agenda.

    “If voting made a difference, they wouldn’t let us do it. “

  3. Do you love to argue? I know arguing comes naturally to me. Your point was Trump is an asshole — as if Hillary was not. That was all I was addressing, not the rest of what you had to say, which I largely was in agreement with.

    I watched all the videos from Pakman, etc. on Trump, and I thank you for them. I normally avoid Pakman and anything directly Leftist, but those videos were definitely eye-opening and they made me sad. I tip my hat (and I do wear a hat) to you for helping me have a deeper grasp of the President.

    I know two older people, one in his late seventies and a woman in her late eighties, both of whom are like Trump — they do not read, have less than functional literacy, and yet one has run a very successful restaurant business for 30 years and another was a successful housewife and mother who raised three now full grown adult children, worked in customer service for 40 years, too, and now fully owns her own house and car.

    Neither of these people seem to have done poorly with their lives or with themselves.

    That being said, I am very disappointed in Trump’s skills. If he signs contracts and bills without reading them, that’s a built-in liability. One does expect more from the leader of the so-called free world. But maybe, like the two older people I managed, he will move us forward for the good after all.

    If he’s dependent upon television for info (as are the two elderly people I mentioned above), he still has a brain to discern what’s useful and what’s not. After all, he did figure out fake news.

    We just can’t hope he will figure out the Jews and Israel, particularly if TV and InfoWars are his sole reference sources. He needs more support than he’s getting. He’s a normal White guy who loves America and does not want to see it destroyed.

  4. Also, as a plus, since Trump doesn’t read, there won’t be an extensive and expensive President library he’ll pass on as a legacy, one that the taxpayer will have to support, as just happened with Obama.

  5. Thanks for your excellent and thoughtful comments. I never intimated Hillary would be better. We had no choice in the matter. Most people who can’t or don’t read, have a bevy of people around them to take care of literary necessities for them. Thumper is a smart man, but he is also a jew tool and knows it.

    I don’t care for everything Pakman posts but he’s very perceptive and digs deep, whatever the subject.

    I thought the libraries were donor supported, thanks for the info.

  6. These are interesting comments. We really had no choice – we never do. Hillary would have even been worse., I know that is not encouraging nor much compensation though.

    1. Larry, why don’t you list all the reasons Hillary would be worse then this buffoon. Maybe I’ll do an article on it. Thanks.

  7. You are completely right. We have to play the cards we’re dealt. Unfortunately, Thumper is too egotistical and stupid, literally, to see and do what’s right for the country. He will do whatever the jewboobies tell him to.

    1. The Jews run the whole world. We will be blogging on that next week.

      As to the reasons Hillary would have been worse, these are many and diverse. At this juncture, would this be worth revisiting? She may think that she will get the nomination in 2020, but it will be Kamala Harris of California who wins the nomination. The Dems cannot risk low black voter turnout in the future. As well, they need all the fanatical feminists to vote, too.

  8. I only asked because you brought it up. Maybe so, we’ll have to see. We’ve already had a nigger in the WH, after Thumper even a bitch would look good, I guess.

    1. Nikki Haley for prazident.
      Nikki Haley!!
      Remember what she does with judens’ one-eyed monsters.
      She deserves an opportunity!
      Or even Monica… you know WHAT Monica I’m talking about! Yes, THAT Monica!!
      Heck, after Donald “Pussygrabber” Trumpowitz, almost anyone will look better…
      However, as customary with demockratic countries…
      “It only can get worse.”
      Remember George W.! He was an A+ class peeso!! But then it came Obonga… and now you have Dolan Tramp…

    1. Well… if it makes you “happier”, we have the same story happening around here. Just change the names, and it’s all the same. Really. That’s why I don’t understand how people (especially older people) still insists with demockracy.

    1. That’s a good question… The sheeple loves to kill the messenger, and if, the G20 riots were taken as gospel truth by the general peeps, well, we are kinda fucked.

    1. Hmmm… Things are going south quickly, Cartier. Maybe you’ll see the beginning of it. I think that I’ll see it as well. Or maybe, what I mistake as “going south” is just a rehearsal… I think they are smothering us, rather than crushing us… Smothering us very slowly, however.

  9. Hard to tell at this point. You are young enough to have to endure the whole thing. Much depends on what happens locally, riots, food restrictions, etc. will be instigated to hide the big picture. I’ve always thought the German bombings is a blue print for us.

    1. The German nation committed the “sin” (notice the quotes) of having (and backing) a leader that pulled them up, and let the fucking jews out of the picture… Aka, they rose, and they were a “bad example” (notice again quotes) for the rest of the world… Remember that there were several governments, and/or movements, more or less similar to Hitler’s Germany and Mussolini’s Italy throughout Europe.

  10. It is all one, we cannot separate ourselves into compartments and be who we are meant to be. That is part of our downfall. Here is a book I think you would like.

    I have a Kindle download to my tablet. Until we really understand our past and its warriors and gods, we will not win this one. We have cut ourselves off from who we were and what has made us. As said before, modern living has made us soft and weak. We worship technology (the new god) and sleep on springs & silk. There is no one left to guide us. The old gods were the reason our ancients succeeded. I’m going to re read it now. I lose my way to often, haha!

  11. Just had lunch, now I can think, hahaha! Yeah, I know. What I’m trying to say is our ancestors had something to look up to, to protect and encourage them. All we have is our IPhones. They had the land to build on and protect from invaders. Our modern “migratory” ways won’t let us put down roots anywhere. The term “saving the White Race” is too abstract for most people to understand, there is nothing to hold on to. We must re-integrate ourselves into what our ancestors were, for without them we wouldn’t be here today.

    I’ll shut up now.

    1. Yo, you are right, you know?
      We are far too disconnected.
      That explains our downfall.
      We lost our conscience, and let ourselves go astray.
      Indeed, the only thing we have now to look up to, is our Ithings and stuff. (My usage of the word “stuff” is different from the usage I give it often -is not a filler word that I ungramatically use, this time.-)
      There is something I’ve come to sense/realize the last couple of years:
      We look at scientists as the men of, let’s say, 200, 300 or even 100 years ago looked at priests.
      Reading that fragment of your book (which you weren’t wrong in saying that I would like it, I devoured that fragment!) makes me think that the reasons why we “revere” the scientist now is because the scientist “explains” the physical world. And not only that, he aids the materialist mindset that we suffer now.
      Thus, science today, it’s only a materialistic pursuit. And since we are hardcore materialists now, we revere the man (or woman) that helps us understand -explain- the material world.
      As per the fragment of your book, we can’t leave things be (I would put that “be” in italics if I could). We need to explain them, to define them, to quantify them, to name them, to find them an use.
      And that mindset is at the core of our rot. The Will unfettered and unbound, with no limits, and no checks.
      The Progress for the sake of Progress.
      Unchecked, and with no limits nor considerations.
      Making us chase our own tail… Until we begin to eat it.
      Thus, here lies one of the reasons of our destruction.
      We call anything “progress”… Yet, what is “progress”?
      We call progress what makes our lives easier -your springs and silk.- But with that easiness, comes the dulling of our senses, and of ourselves.
      In a way, we worship our own destruction and irrelevance.
      From the stance of: “it’s better anything that can do more and more, faster and faster, better and better, more efficiently and the like…” What makes us stop to consider the fact that, for example, a computer or a robot makes the job of 30 men, and what happens to these men…? They get laid off, and maybe the job is done -if at all- by three men.
      Taken to its ultimate consequences, we are going to disappear, or drift into irrelevance. Which is the same.
      Sounds crazy, and maybe I’m drifting too much. But is not crazier than the stance of saying: “the men that got laid off will get new jobs, or they will have to prepare for new jobs.”
      You hear economists saying that all the time. But what they don’t consider, is what happens in the meantime. What happens to that man, to his family? Men tend to fall apart when they get laid off. Women are not so much affected by it. They are more resilent than men, in that respect. Men drift into despair and depression, hopelessness and vices. Women tend not to fall prey to vices that much, in that situation… To those questions, the magicmen of economy and priestly white coats have no answers.
      Do not mistake my stance as some kind of luddism, or primitivism. What I posit here is the critical use of technology. As I told you in another comment, it is a double edged sword, with which we have to be careful to not let it dull our senses. Nor ourselves…
      Well, I just made you another wall of text! I hope I made myself clear, miss.

  12. I have waited far into the heat of the day for this and you.

    It is perfect and you describe it from your utter being. Our modern world is too much and our past not enough. We drift, untethered, in between.

    Pick up Cleary’s book anyway you can. I will buy if for you if needed. You are one of the few that gets it. Why do you think I stick around??:P

    1. LOL, thanks. Will see if I can download it from somewhere, you know, errrr…. for free. Or even purchase the Kindle version. Only 6 bucks, it’s not that expensive… You can read Kindle books from anywhere, right? I was offered to download the Kindle app to my dumbphone, which I think I will do now. Good thing that I erased some crap from my dumbphone last night!

  13. The Kindle app weighs over 120 MB in my internal memory, and other 130 MB on the external SD. But I don’t regret it. 🙂 Good thing I cleared some crap from my phone. Will see if I can erase some more.

    1. A nifty, small card which holds data… in some cases it’s so small that your fingertips are bigger than it… Wait! You aren’t yanking my chain again, are you? Hahahaha!

      1. Hahahahahaha!! Hahahahaha! You kill me, ma’am! In fact, the smaller card (the card that is so small your fingertips are bigger than it it’s called a mini SD card). You usually put it on dumbphones and other small electronic appliances.

      2. Errr… SIM cards are different from those… Just read the article on SD cards I left you from the Judepedia, things will be cleared…

  14. I leave you with these 2 things:

    A quote from Shibumi by Trevanian:

    ..) shibumi has to do with great refinement underlying commonplace appearances. It is a statement so correct that it does not have to be bold, so poignant it does not have to be pretty, so true it does not have to be real. Shibumi is understanding, rather than knowledge. Eloquent silence. In demeanor, it is modesty without pudency. In art, where the spirit of shibumi takes the form of sabi, it is elegant simplicity, articulate brevity. In philosophy, where shibumi emerges as wabi, it is spiritual tranquility that is not passive; it is being without the angst of becoming. And in the personality of a man, it is . . . how does one say it? Authority without domination? Something like that.”
    Nicholai’s imagination was galvanized by the concept of shibumi. No other ideal had ever touched him so. “How does one achieve this shibumi, sir?”
    “One does not achieve it, one . . . discovers it. And only a few men of infinite refinement ever do that. Men like my friend Otake-san.”
    “Meaning that one must learn a great deal to arrive at shibumi?”
    “Meaning, rather, that one must pass through knowledge and arrive at simplicity.”
    ― Trevanian, Shibumi

    1. Even if you are yanking my chain or not, the quote you left above your paraphrase left my mind blown. And you are right… We forgot the gods, and forgot ourselves, in a way. Thus, the spiritual infection we suffer now. It has brought us to the brink of extinction.

    1. I had to reread it four or five times, and I think it’s not enough yet. The “being without the angst of becoming” is the key part of it… It is opposed to the: “let’s explain everything we can.” mindset we have now… Just let things be.

      1. “Those whom heaven (gods) helps we call the sons of heaven. They do not learn this by learning; they do not work it by working, they do not reason it by using reason.

        To let understanding stop at what cannot be understood is a high attainment. Those who cannot do it will be destroyed on the lathe of heaven.” Chuang Tse: XXIII

        From The Lathe Of Heaven by Urseula K Leguin

      2. Thanks for quote. First part seems to be a paradox, until you realize that we should accept things as they are… or as they happen. Not this painstakingly need for explanation that we (men that live in the material world) have right now. Second part refers to the Will and its consequences if left unchecked… Sometimes I have wondered if the so-called “paranormal” phenomena (sorry if I don’t explain myself well) will be explained sooner or later… And related to that… should we do it? Really should we do it, even if we can? That question the unfettered modernist doesn’t ask himself. He just presses forward, without care of what happens.

      3. I love that quote and even memorized it. It enfolds your point, “just let things be.” Not everything MUST be understood. I love a little mystery in life, sets one to dreaming & wondering. As for the paranormal, I was once very involved in that. Like “after death,” it’s something we will never know or understand.

      4. I used to swing between both stances when I was a bit younger… but, as I began to ponder, I realized that, as you say, it’s better to have a little mystery… The world would be too boring without it. Nothing would be special anymore.

  15. I’ve just purchased the book. Heck, I liked the preview so much that I had to do it. For once I did not behave like a ghetto nigger. LOL.
    (although I tried. Cheapo!) LOL.
    Nah, I don’t regret it. I blow more money in more, errr… ephemeral things, so for a change I decided to purchase something better and more durable.

      1. Cheapo to the point you prefer downloading (freeloading) everything and sheeeeit…
        LOL. The problem is, that most stuff is in dollars… and you know how crappy is our currency. Moreover, today I’ve read an article in which a economist says: The dollar must be higher than $17 pesos, and lower than $22… As some people said, the guy meant $21.99 pesos per dollar… Other guy said: “with the dollar at $22 pesos the middle/lower classes and retired people will rush to the toy shops to purchase plastic chicken, fillets and they will lick them (lol) very slowly, so their “food” lasts more and they don’t have to use electricity…!” Obviously, that comment was in jest… but it had some kennel of truth in it. Things were bad the last couple of years with the Kirchner government, but they just worsened with the zio-faggot shill we have posing as president now…

    1. I’ve read just a bit over half… I read fast. However, I don’t think you can understand all of it if you read it as you read, errr… light (non-deep, non-serious) books. Specially if you are kind of a neophyte like I am. I like the explanation that he does of the runes. The book really makes several concepts clear, and it’s good for neophytes like myself.

      1. The best thing to do is just gobble it down first time, then in a couple of weeks, read it again, slowly, think about each point he makes. Wait til I’m done, OK? before we talk about it. It might be more feasible to use emails instead of 400 comments here but up to you.

      2. No problem. I haven’t finished and, as you say, it’s better to reread it again slowly. To me some of these things are new, having just a cursory knowledge of them… so, I won’t be pretending I understood all of it the first time. I have to finish it now. It’s a very good read, and I don’t regret buying it.

  16. Only nine cents?!
    Whoa, it’s really bad then.
    And if you compare to the dollar of 1913 (year in which the infamous “Federal” Reserve began operating)…
    Not even half of that. Really.
    I have an app that converts currencies as well as units of weight, height, and more.
    A dollar of today it’s just… 0.0417878443803791 cents (sorry for decimals) of a dollar of 1913.
    Ouch. And we rush to buy your currency, because the Argentine peso lost like 12 or 13 zeros in the last 50 years… Let’s say that we have a lot of experience with inflation. The hyperinflation of the late 80’s was insane. Prices rose two or even three times… a DAY! We have no inflation, compared to that, now! Those years were insane!

      1. Se lo roban todo. La corrupción es mortal acá… Y eso que no estoy mencionando los impuestos, que son altísimos también.
        Si, si realmente uno lo piensa bien, es una locura.

    1. LOL, sorry. Hahahahahaha!!
      Sotomayor: “A country so big like Argentina, with so many natural resources, how it can be possible?”
      My answer(s): “They steal everything. Corruption is mortal around here (is part of our argot, kind of a superlative)… And I’m not mentioning the taxation, which is very high around here too… Yes, if you really think about it, it’s crazy.”
      And my second answer: “And also, do not forget the “J” question. With “J” of jewish.”

  17. And yes, Cartier, indeed you guys are the cannon fodder of the jews. Or their golem, as I like to call it. That’s why half of the world (specially the Middle East) hates you so much. Nobody sees the jews (or very few people does) as the culprits, they see YOU as the warring empire. YOU as the imperialists. YOU as the aggressors. When in fact you are a… tool of the jews for world domination, but most people don’t see it. Like the English were like 200 years ago. Your “greatest ally” has ruined your standing and reputation amongst most countries… while making you pay for it, and die for them.

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