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The Hell You Say?!

The GOP full of Neo-Cons could only get 29% AND that was against the Negro. The GOP faithful & rank-n-file are totally oblivious and as a result are antithetical to our families, our people and our nation.

The GOP’s Jewish Donors Are Abandoning Trump

In recent years, Republicans have made inroads into the overwhelmingly Democratic constituency of American Jews. But this year, Republican Jews — or Jewish donors to the Republican party, at least — are abandoning their party’s nominee at a stunningly high rate.

In 2012, 71 percent of the $160 million that Jewish donors gave to the two major-party nominees went to President Obama’s re-election campaign; 29 percent went to Mitt Romney’s campaign, according to our analysis of campaign contributors, which used a predictive model to estimate which donors are Jewish based on their names and other characteristics. This ratio of support mirrors how Jewish voters cast their ballots in 2012.

So far in 2016, of all the money given to major-party candidates by donors who appear to be Jewish, 95 percent has gone to Hillary Clinton and just 5 percent has gone to Donald Trump.

To understand what’s going on here, some context is useful.

In 2008 and 2012, about 70 to 75 percent of voters identifying as Jewish supported President Obama. A recent poll of Jews suggests that 76 percent of those voting for a major-party candidate are leaning toward Clinton. These numbers make Jews one of the most pro-Democratic constituencies in American politics.

But there are also active constituencies of Republicans, including Orthodox Jews, the majority of whom favor Republicans, as well as Jews who are dissatisfied with Obama’s handling of Israel, though there is overlap between these groups. And as Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has moved to align himself with Republicans in the U.S., Jews who are supportive of Netanyahu’s policies in Israel may be following suit.

But for Republican Jews, Trump is a problematic figure. For starters, there is the issue of Trump’s anti-Semitic followers, anti-Semitic (re)tweets and anti-Semitic-ish comments to Republican donors.

Then there are the issues of Trump’s racism, religious intolerance and opposition to refugees. For a religious minority like Jews, who have a recent history of persecution and forced displacement, these issues are often especially salient. (See also: Mormons).

For those Jews who are primarily interested in American foreign policy in the Middle East, Trump’s lack of engagement with foreign affairs and unprecedented lack of experience in government make him an unknown quantity on many public policies, including foreign policy toward Israel. His early statements on Israel also signaled possible deviation from the standard pro-Likud line.

And while some Republicans who otherwise dislike Trump might support him because he would nominate socially conservative Supreme Court justices, Republican Jews (with the exception of the Orthodox) are typically less focused than other Republicans on social issues like abortion and gay rights, so the Supreme Court justification doesn’t carry much weight for them.

For these reasons, one might expect some decay in support for the Republican nominee among American Jews. On the other hand, partisanship is a pretty strong force. Most Republicans are getting behind Trump, including the most high-profile Jewish Republican donor in the U.S., billionaire Sheldon Adelson.

To measure the relationship between Republicans and Jewish supporters, we gathered data on campaign contributors. We focused on this group for two reasons: First, Jews make up such a small percentage of the U.S. population (2 percent), that there is not much reliable data on their overall preferences (the AJC poll released last week claims to be the first poll of Jews this cycle). In a representative sample of 1,000 Americans — the typical size for a national poll — a pollster would only get about 20 people who identify as Jewish. Since researchers know less about the Jewish population than they do about larger demographic groups, even a larger survey of Jews could easily be thrown off by the sampling weights used by the pollster.

Studying political contributors may provide a useful signal regarding the overall preferences of the subgroup, but that’s not the only reason to look at them. Jews make up a much larger share of campaign contributors than of voters. A big swing in their donation behavior is probably more consequential than a big shift in their voting behavior.

So here’s what we did: We looked at every contribution of more than $200 that was made to a federal candidate, which is a matter of public record.1 We took the names and addresses of the donors and linked them to a micro-targeting profile produced by Catalist, a political data vendor.2 By combining public records about names and neighborhoods with polling data and its own proprietary records, Catalist estimates whether every voter in the U.S. is Protestant, Catholic, Jewish, Muslim, Mormon, Hindu, Buddhist or other. The model will do a better job predicting religious affiliations for groups like Jews that tend to have distinct names and often live in geographic clusters.3

A prediction of who is Jewish based on names and neighborhoods isn’t perfect. It’s a rough estimate. The model will probably count some people as Jewish who don’t identify that way, like former U.S. Sen. William Cohen of Maine. And it will likely count other people as not Jewish who do identify as Jewish, like journalist Matthew Yglesias. For example, if Jews with more secular names tend to be less religious, this model would probably fail to identify Democratic Jewish donors more often than Republican Jewish donors. That sort of bias would mean the true donation behaviors could be even more starkly divided than what we are showing here.

So what are we showing? Again, about 70 percent of both the money given and votes cast by Jews went to Obama in 2012.

But in 2016, of the $95 million given to presidential campaigns so far by Jewish donors, 84 percent went to Democrats and just 16 percent went to Republicans. This is particularly interesting, since this figure includes donations to all of Trump’s primary opponents. If we ignore the primary losers and just focus on the nominees, 95 percent of all contributions went to Clinton.

In raw dollars, Jewish donors have already given Clinton about two-thirds the amount they gave to Obama through the whole 2012 cycle. But donations to Trump amount to just 8 percent of what was given to Romney.

As a percentage of all contributors, Jews made up 18 percent of Obama’s donors and 7 percent of Romney’s donors in 2012. In 2016, 20 percent of Clinton’s donors appear to be Jewish, compared to 3 percent of Trump’s donors.

Jewish donors’ abandonment of the Republican nominee is dramatic. But what does it mean? For one thing, most Jewish donors are not like Sheldon Adelson. They are withholding support from a candidate they do not like, even if the candidate is affiliated with their favored party.4

It is possible that the abandonment is about policy — as discussed above, there are policy-oriented reasons why some Jews are not fond of Trump. But policy is not the only factor at work here. This is probably also about culture and social identification. If Jews perceive that the kinds of people who support Republicans are not like themselves, then they will update their identification with the party. To be willing to donate to and affiliate themselves with a party, a person needs to look at the other people supporting that party and think, “Those are my people.” For Jews, Trump-aligned Republicans appear to be very much not their people.

CORRECTION (Sept. 21, 9:51 p.m.): A previous version of this article misstated the total amount of money given by Jewish donors in 2012 and 2016, and the percentage given to each candidate, because it double-counted the amounts for donors who gave in multiple months. The total given was $160 million in 2012, not $240 million, and $95 million so far in 2016, not $372 million. In 2016, 84 percent has gone to Democrats, not 94 percent, and — excluding candidates besides the nominees — Clinton has received 95 percent, not 96 percent.


Whites need real Heroes!

I have NO trust and no love for Hollywood. However that aside Whites still need true inspiring examples in movies, literature, history and from all kinds of media, in our lore & real life. That is very rare in Hollywood these days. In general Hollywood despises us and the idea itself. However Braveheart and even the Patriot are such examples of heroic Whites. We will see what Gibson does but Doss, even if a somewhat unorthodox individual perhaps, exemplifies the best of Whites in many ways.

We need more heroes, real heroes.

and as WE define them.

What liberals are…

The European Christians who are resisting the Moslem invasion of the European nations are making the same mistakes the prolifers made. They say they know what liberals are, but if they truly knew what they are, satanically possessed swine, would they try to appeal to their humanity? “Please stop abortion; it kills a young child,” and, “Please stop allowing Moslems into our nation; they are destroying our culture and killing our people.” Would you ask a wolf to spare the sheep in your pasture or would you kill the wolf? The liberals hate everything that is humane and Christian, so why would you expect them to stop killing babies and white people simply because you point out to them that legalized abortion and legalized white genocide are inhumane? The liberals know what they are doing in both cases. They want to kill babies and they want to destroy the white race. White Christians can either kill the wolves – the liberals and the colored heathen –or they can sit back and watch the slaughter while they keep appealing to the wolves’ humanity.


The Greatest or ‘Racist’ – Muhammad Ali

This is taken from an interview with Muhammad Ali on BBC in 1971

Ali understood.

The Christ-Bearing Race

I love the moral essence which is Europe. I love her with all my heart, mind, and soul. If you ask me whether I love Europe more than Christ or more than my family, I will answer by saying that they cannot be separated. My God and my family are all bound together in the moral essence called Europe. Within that orb, all things human and Christian live; outside that orb there is no humanity and no faith, there is only a lost world of everlasting night ruled by the Prince of Darkness.

The two greatest enemies of Christian Europe are the Church and the Academy. It is there that neophytes are taught to hate all things Christian and European. The churchmen, who still want to make a living by celebrating the Christian holidays, try to separate Christianity from the European. They tell us that the antique Europeans got it all wrong. What they teach, which is in complete contradiction to what the antique Europeans believed, is the true Christianity. At least that is what the churchmen tell us. But ‘tis strange, the churchmen’s new Christianity is virtually the same as modern liberalism, whose proponents are the devout enemies of Christianity. That doesn’t bother the churchmen, because the liberals are only condemning the old European Christianity that they also condemn.


Michael Savage: We’re committing racial suicide

For whatever else Michael Savage is or isn’t I appreciated that he is publicly saying what needs to be said…

Michael Savage has done the unthinkable: He’s admitted the unvarnished truth.

Multiculturalism has convinced us that Western civilization isn’t worth saving and that any white person who speaks out in defense of Western culture is a racist pariah to be shunned, hated, and quarantined.

Occasionally someone in the media will emerge from the shadows of intimidation and forthrightly address reality.

Zukunft für Europa – Identitäre Bewegung – Whites Push Back

For A Child Is Born!

Merry Christmas!


Where I grew up.

Downtown Fairfax VA, Ca. mid-late 50’s. Partly rural and small town feel. It was a community. It was overwhelmingly white and predominately Christian. It was safe and civic minded. You knew your neighbors and had a certain camaraderie. Not anymore.