By now, I’m sure you’ve all heard Jeb Bush’s lame attempt to attack Donald Trump. “He’s a chaos candidate, and he’d be a chaos president,” Bush bloviated at last Tuesday’s Republican debate. Never mind the fact that almost every other candidate on the stage was ready to start World War III with Russia while keeping our borders wide open. Invade the world, invite the world as the old paleo-con line goes.
There is a kernel of truth to Bush’s words. The Donald is injecting a bit of “chaos” into the system. But what’s happening is about more than Donald Trump. It is showing real cracks inside the narrative of our postmodern liberal landscape.
Cracks we should be eager to exploit. Just have a look at the too-candid comments of that Sam’s Club CEO Rosalind Brewer. Such tactics as #BoycottSamsClub led to a statement from Wal-Mart CEO Doug McMillon:
Roz [Brewer] was simply trying to reiterate that we believe diverse and inclusive teams make for a stronger business. That’s all there is to it and I support that important ideal.
This is how we expose the underlying power narratives in our society. Make them explain, put them on the defensive. Even the above non-answer is telling as nowhere does McMillon disavow Brewer’s comments about not hiring white males. Diverse and inclusive teams is a codeword for anti-White.
In may ways, the above controversy lays out the “diversity” agenda’s will to power in an open way. To paraphrase Richard Spencer, this was a good moment as it pulled the curtains down and should expose the exact nature of our enemies.
Back to Trump. He has done a similar service in regards to the Republican Party. Almost every other candidate on the stage thought it was beyond the pale for Trump to suggest halting immigration (even if his plan is not the ideal you and I would want) and not treating Vladimir Putin as if he were a deranged actor on the world stage hellbent on turning the world to cinder (the lady dost protest). The sooner the GOP is no longer able to act as a safety valve, the better. (Rush Limbaugh is becoming more useful here.)
The more the narrative gets challenged, the more screeching we will hear. You’ve surely already noticed it. “Nazi,” “fascist,” “evil” come at us incessantly. But the fact is, the more our enemies repeat these slogans, the less power they have.
From #cuckservative to #boycottStarWarsVII, and the proliferation of White Students Unions, we’ve been injecting a little “chaos” into the narrative. Don’t think our opponents haven’t noticed, either. They are desperate for us to go away. They want to keep their narrative hegemonic. They want to wield their power unchallenged.
It’s not just Trump that is a “chaos candidate.” So are you and so am I. Let’s give them hell!