Abraham Lincoln gave his second inauguration speech on March 4, 1865. The great War Between the States was in its final weeks; General Lee would shortly give up Petersburg and Richmond, and would surrender his army at Appomattox on April 9. Anticipating the end of hostilities, in closing Lincoln said,
...With malice toward none, with charity for all, with firmness in the right as God gives us to see the right, let us strive on to finish the work we are in, to bind up the nation's wounds, to care for him who shall have borne the battle and for his widow and his orphan, to do all which may achieve and cherish a just and lasting peace among ourselves and with all nations.Six weeks later, he was dead from an assassin's bullet. The nightmare of "Reconstruction" of the South was about to begin. The Ku Klux Klan would be born within a year or so. Although the Confederate states were forced back into the fold, at the cost of over 1 million dead and wounded on both sides, North-South tensions remain even today, more than 150 years later, as evidenced, for example, by the furor over the Confederate flag in 2015 and the targeting by groups such as Black Lives Matter of Confederate memorials in the South.
The 2016 Presidential campaign has been a Civil War of sorts. Lines were sharply drawn early and it doesn't seem that many people budged from their positions from the summer, when the nominations were secured. I suspect a lot of Clinton supporters or Bernie supporters simply stayed home on Tuesday, finding the Democratic candidate too repulsive.
Or, perhaps the voter turnout of the dead wasn't as high as the Democrats and their enablers and cheerleaders in the Lugenpresse anticipated. Even the deceased couldn't stomach Hillary.
The point is that all of the contempt expressed for President Trump through the "legacy" media and social media by pundits, experts, mavens, spokespersons, talking heads, by celebrities and other vacuous pop icons, by social justice warriors everywhere....it's not going to go away. It is really a proxy for scorn for his followers, which is a proxy for disdain for whites and especially for white males. This is obvious.
All the forces and parties that aligned against President Trump, from Soros to Obama to your local cucked-out college kid or activist with a fetish for brown people, are still The Enemy. They have not abandoned their goals: class warfare, leveling, a nonwhite majority...
The current talk of reconciliation, "coming together," "healing the nation" -- these siren songs are really the hissings of snakes coiled in the grass. We must retain our extreme prejudice towards all those who opposed us this year. Many people publically came out of the closet and turned out to take the anti-white (Clinton) side. They cannot be trusted.
Those who actively and tirelessly worked against us, we must never trust again and we must help President Trump drive them from any position where they can influence our affairs. We must call them out at every turn and not succumb to niceties and make-up talk.
"If you meet me, have some courtesy, have some sympathy, and some taste; use all your well-learned politesse, or I'll lay your soul to waste." (Sympathy for the Devil)
The Devil wants President Trump and his followers to retreat to the language of politesse and pretend that there is common ground. He wants the President to be kinder, and gentler; in short, more "Presidential." We don't want that. That's not what brought him, and us, here. That's not why we elected him.
Draining the swamps is going to be a long and dirty job. And many hands make for lighter and more effective work.
We have to view everyone with clarity. Some of our friends and acquaintances will come around and join us, when they see that might makes us right, or when they realize, like Mr. Trump asserted repeatedly, that the mainstream media are totally dishonest in their presentations of news and analysis. Some will at last realize that Trumpism, if not the intentions of President Trump himself, is in large part about race, and that they will have to choose sides: pro-white or anti-white. (And no, "pro-white" does not mean disdain for all other groups.) We have to be patient, and observe them clearly.
Some never will join. Their hearts are hardened, and having eyes, they still will not see. They don't understand why Trump was elected, and they won't understand the things that are going to happen next.
Those people will have to step aside. They're going to have to move back.