Everybody wants to beat Hillary, including me, but if we don’t get a handle on immigration, we won’t be the same country, and it won’t matter that much if she gets elected. The problem is that there is an elite consensus among both parties, and that consensus leads to the destruction of the American people. If we elect an open borders fifth columnist like Jabe! or Rubio, we can kiss America goodbye just as surely as if we elect Hillary. I would go further, and say that we may have to stomach a Hillary, particularly in preference to a Rubio or Jeb, in order to further radicalize the population and allow the preconditions for the emergence of a true nationalist political party, whether it is denominated Republican or otherwise.
I’m not particularly loyal to the Republican Party. Parties come and go. I used to like it, but it used to have more room for someone like me. It emerged, let’s not forget, in the dissolution of the Whigs. Things change. Sometimes parties have new names and sometimes they have a “revolution within the form,” like the Democrats since the 1960s. They have become something completely alien to what they were before, while retaining the old name. The Dixiecrats and blue collar Whites have almost all left the Democrats, and what remains is the radical, race-agitating, hodgepodge of takers and social radicals that took over during the Nixon administration. The Republicans got those voters and forged a winning coalition that brought Reagan to the helm, but those voters are now in an uneasy alliance with an increasingly anti-American Business Class, who have long been Republican stalwarts. The revolt against W’s amnesty plans was the prequel of what’s going on today.
We need to preserve and restore what’s left of the historical American people, or, like the Democratic Party, America will have the same name, but it will be something entirely different, unrecognizable, and unlovable. This is the essence of what may be called the Alt Right or Nationalist Right or Trump Rebellion. The ever-funny Ramz Paul makes the case to the autopilot traditional Republicans, some of whom are natural allies but are deadened by propaganda, quite succinctly below.