By Kevan Stafford
The election of Donald Trump as president of the United States of America, against all the predictions of the opinion polls, will be great for the future of America. He will be in a position to bring common sense solutions to a country which hitherto has been dominated by the warmongering proclivities of neo-con arms manufacturers and exploitative banking interests, intent on flooding the country with millions of invasive, unintegrated Latinos and blacks. America is fast becoming a predominantly black and Hispanic country as a result of mass immigration and the high birth rate of immigrants – a far cry from the largely European origin cohesive society it used to be
Donald Trump’s stunning success is also great for the confidence of nationalists everywhere, especially in Europe where the preservation of indigenous peoples’ culture and ethnicity is viewed by patriots as ethical and desirable. His fine example of willingness to stand up for American values is something to be emulated by all of us.
Last month I sent Mr Trump a modest £100 donation as a gesture of support for his cause, although he will probably have to delay cashing it for some time because foreigners are not permitted to contribute to American candidates during election time. Accompanying the cheque was a letter:
Dear Mr Trump, best wishes for your Presidential Election campaign.
It appears that party electoral representation has been reversed; notional left wing Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton represents the rich banks, while you as notional right wing Republican candidate represent the ordinary working voters of America!
Ordinary working people despise the arrogant rich (and probably vice versa). My advice would be to emphasise who Clinton represents and who she is funded by: the likes of Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan mega rich (Jewish) investment banks. It is said that she has campaign funds double the size of yours.
In the event of Clinton being elected President, the banks who funded her will expect their reward from her: legislation which allows them to (continue to) exploit ordinary hard working taxpayers, the backbone of America.
I would recommend making the contest a class issue, them against us! You are fortunate to be wealthy, but the people you represent are often struggling. “If we don’t stand up for ourselves, nobody else will.”
Hillary Clinton is also supported by the war-mongering neo-cons who profit from the huge production of armaments, capable of wreaking wholesale destruction. She is in the pocket of the mega-rich investment banks, who largely fund her election campaign.
She is bought and paid for by them, but ordinary citizens will ultimately pay the price in higher taxes and lower benefits.”
There is perhaps an important lesson for European nationalists which can be learned from Donald Trump’s successful Presidential election campaign: he reached out to ordinary working class voters. Too often we British nationalists seek electoral support from disgruntled former Tories and UKIPers, and we consider working class former Labour supports to be largely a waste of time because they are either dyed-in-the-wool socialists or too poor and disillusioned to vote for anyone at all. But Donald Trump has shown that the right message, aimed at their economic and social concerns, can get them to vote for a truly patriotic candidate who tells it like it is.