“Nick Sandmann and the students of Covington have become symbols of Fake News and how evil it can be. They have captivated the attention of the world, and I know they will use it for the good – maybe even to bring people together. It started off unpleasant, but can end in a dream!” – President Trump on Twitter
“Bring people together.”
That phrase flashes up an image of a happy multiracial polity. And that’s impossible because right off, we’d fight over what kind of music is played. The end game of liberalism is a permanent Third World, by violence or by entropy. Trump, no doubt, knows this but his strategic objectives are tempered by a wish to prevent the CONUS empire from falling apart on his watch.
There is another way to look at his phrase, bring people together: with “people” referring to heritage America and the Red-Blue ideological rift that divides them. That reconciliation is not only desirable but possible. It started off unpleasant but can end in a dream.
Liberals are driven into demonic contortions over an impressive Roman Catholic teenager’s standing his ground against White Genocide banging a drum in his face. Look at their Twitter posts. But unlike interracial animus, which is irreconcilable, ideological divisions among a people of the same nation can be healed. In our present intra-White near-civil-war, the divisions are not over politics, they are the worse kind of people’s opportunistic attack on Western Civilization itself.
The good news is that we need those people because they are not just our family in many cases, but also part of our organic social pyramid. The other good news is that they can be turned away from liberalism because they are all followers, and they’ve been following bad leaders. Nick Sandmann, with his Christian defiance of evil, is an example of a new generation of leaders who will bring them back to righteousness. Deus vult.