Will Trump Keep Promise to White Voters?

henrymakow.com — Dec 4, 2016

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Ann Coulter says Trump’s response to illegal immigration and migration will be the litmus test of his Presidency.
She already sees signs that he is fudging on this promise.
If he does, he will destroy his base of support. As Kevin MacDonald explains below, the GOP has become the white people’s party. Having sponsored migration, organized Jewry faces a white backlash.  “Once White identity politics starts gaining traction, it’s only a matter of time before there is a critical mass of Whites who are dialled into the Jewish role in White dispossession, and that would not, as they say, be good for the Jews.”

America as a Promised Land for Jews: Threatened by Muslims, Israel and White Identity?

by Kevin MacDonald — (Excerpt by henrymakow.com) 

By far the biggest problem for Jews is that the forces unleashed by Jewish activism in favor of immigration and multiculturalism have unleashed a rise in White identity politics, either implicitly, as among most Trump supporters, or explicitly, as among the Alt Right which has been the only intellectual movement supporting Trump.
Jewish writers like Jonathan Chait (New York Magazine), David Brooks, and Paul Krugman (New York Times) have been very aware of that Trump has been successful because of White identity politics. For Chait, Trump is a reincarnation of a decades-old Jewish bogeyman in American politics, right wing populism: He says, “The party has grown increasingly reliant upon White identity politics to supply its votes, which has left an indelible imprint on not only the Republican Party’s function but also its form.”
For Brooks, Trump voters are “just going with their gene pool,” a rather bald statement that Trump voters are voting their racial interests. After the election, Brooks predicted that the country would be split into two factions, with one faction advocating ethnic separatism, which many on the Alt Right are already advocating. Would that it were so.

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