The Caesar is Here: Ways in which the 2nd Trump Term will be Kino
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Introduction
America is a nation at a crossroads and a nation of paradoxes. Despite having worse demographics than anywhere in Europe, it is on the precipice of returning to a golden age of illiberal right wing governance. This is being lead by a cult of personality, centered around one Great Man of History in the flesh, alive and surging with vitality. Said man has a legion of ardent acolytes who voted for Obama and Democrats as recently as 2015 and said man is s arguably the Greatest Man of the 21st century and few have the courage to call him CAESAR. Donald Trump's election to his 2nd term as President and his administration will be the greatest victory for the Right since the 1930s and this thread will go over the unprecedented series of reforms of his 2nd term, with indexed sources.

Project 2025: "Statecraft at its Finest"

You probably have heard about Project 2025. Whether it be from ironycel left wing memes about how the Heritage Foundation Organization seeks to turn America into a dictatorship or from mainstream media sources decrying how Trump plans to staff every section of the federal government with loyalists, turning the American administrative state into a regime loyal to him and him alone. That is true but theres more to it then that. Not merely looking for yesmen who are personally loyal to Trump, Project 2025 also has an ideological component. Allow me to take an except from the Axios Report on the Questionnaire for both applicants for the Trump Campaign and for Project 2025.


Driving the news: The 2020 "Research Questionnaire," which we obtained from a Trump administration alumnus, was used in the administration's final days — when most moderates and establishment figures had been fired or quit, and loyalists were flexing their muscles. Questions include:"What part of Candidate Trump's campaign message most appealed to you and why?"
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"Briefly describe your political evolution. What thinkers, authors, books, or political leaders influenced you and led you to your current beliefs? What political commentator, thinker or politician best reflects your views?""Have you ever appeared in the media to comment on Candidate Trump, President Trump or other personnel or policies of the Trump Administration[/ul]
The big picture: Similar questions are being asked for the Talent Database being assembled by the Heritage Foundation's Project 2025 — the most sophisticated, expensive pre-transition planning ever undertaken for either party:
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"Name one person, past or present, who has most influenced the development of your political philosophy.""Name a book that has most significantly shaped your political philosophy, and please explain its influence on your thinking.""Name one living public policy figure whom you greatly admire and why."[/ul]

Between the lines: An alumnus of the Trump White House told us both documents are designed to test the sincerity of someone's MAGA credentials and determine "when you got red-pilled," or became a true believer.
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"They want to see that you're listening to Tucker, and not pointing to the Reagan revolution or any George W. Bush stuff," this person said.[/ul]

Both documents are striking for their emphasis on what you believe rather than your credentials or accomplishments.
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They reflect a vision for a centralized administration where people throughout the administration would pick up the phone and say: "Yes, sir."[/ul]






This leaves a massive opening for people like us. If they're looking for someone ideologically aligned with Tucker, that allows the people who influence Tucker(Small <1000 Follower Anon Accounts, many of whom may lurk this forum) to have a say in the administration for the most powerful man on Earth. But there is more to Trump's use of power than merely having ideological acolytes in the 5 figure list of government jobs in DC.

Behold, KINO


Project 2025 seeks to place the entire Executive Branch of the U.S. federal government under direct presidential control, eliminating the independence of the Department of JusticeFederal Communications CommissionFederal Trade Commission, and other agencies.[5] The plan bases its presidential agenda on a maximalist version of the unitary executive theory, arguing that Article Two of the United States Constitution vests executive power solely in the president.[12] While Trump is not the first president to consider policies related to unitary executive theory,[26][27] the idea has seen a resurgence and popularization within the Republican party following the 9/11 terrorist attacks in 2001.[28] Trump, the front-runner for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination, stated in 2019 that Article Two of the United States Constitution granted him the "right to do whatever as president", a common claim made by supporters of unitary executive theory. A similar remark was echoed in 2018 when he claimed he could fire special counsel Robert Mueller

In November 2023, The Washington Post reported that deploying the military for domestic law enforcement under the Insurrection Act would be an "immediate priority" upon a second Trump inauguration in 2025. That aspect of the plan was being led by Jeffrey Clark, a Trump co-defendant in the Georgia election racketeering prosecution and an unnamed co-conspirator in the federal prosecution of Trump for alleged election obstruction. Clark is a senior fellow at the Center for Renewing America, a Project 2025 partner.
The plan also includes directing the Justice Department to pursue those Trump considers disloyal or political adversaries.





We understand so far that Trump plans to take the unprecedented following steps.

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[li]Have every single position in the Federal Government be staffed by people who are ideologically loyal to Trump's Vision and to him personally, including possibly some of you. This most likely entails firing and replacing of hundreds of thousands of individuals within the DC metro area and the terraforming of Virginia with RW loyalists who are upwardly mobile, becoming government workers and turning Virginia into an increasingly red state. Said individuals who are fired will likely leave and move to California or New York.[/li]
[li]Using the military as a means to crush dissent and to get Assad margins among suburbanites who love law and order[/li]
[li]Arresting political opponents, turning the dissident right into the "Regime Right"
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However, there is far more to Trump's 2nd Term than merely creating a new Regime.


What about Immigration?
According to the New York Times article titled: "Sweeping Raids, Giant Camps and Mass Deportations: Inside Trump's 2024 Immigration Plan"

Former President Donald J. Trump is planning an extreme expansion of his first-term crackdown on immigration if he returns to power in 2025 — including preparing to round up undocumented people already in the United States on a vast scale and detain them in sprawling camps while they wait to be expelled.
The plans would sharply restrict both legal and illegal immigration in a multitude of ways.

Mr. Trump wants to revive his first-term border policies, including banning entry by people from certain Muslim-majority nations and reimposing a Covid 19-era policy of refusing asylum claims — though this time he would base that refusal on assertions that migrants carry other infectious diseases like tuberculosis.
He plans to scour the country for unauthorized immigrants and deport people by the millions per year.

To help speed mass deportations, Mr. Trump is preparing an enormous expansion of a form of removal that does not require due process hearings. To help Immigration and Customs Enforcement carry out sweeping raids, he plans to reassign other federal agents and deputize local police officers and National Guard soldiers voluntarily contributed by Republican-run states.

To ease the strain on ICE detention facilities, Mr. Trump wants to build huge camps to detain people while their cases are processed and they await deportation flights. And to get around any refusal by Congress to appropriate the necessary funds, Mr. Trump would redirect money in the military budget, as he did in his first term to spend more on a border wall than Congress had authorized.

In a public reference to his plans, Mr. Trump told a crowd in Iowa in September: “Following the Eisenhower model, we will carry out the largest domestic deportation operation in American history.” The reference was to a 1954 campaign to round up and expel Mexican immigrants that was named for an ethnic slur — “Operation Wetback.”

In a second Trump presidency, the visas of foreign students who participated in anti-Israel or pro-Palestinian protests would be canceled. U.S. consular officials abroad will be directed to expand ideological screening of visa applicants to block people the Trump administration considers to have undesirable attitudes. People who were granted temporary protected status because they are from certain countries deemed unsafe, allowing them to lawfully live and work in the United States, would have that status revoked.

And Mr. Trump would try to end birthright citizenship for babies born in the United States to undocumented parents — by proclaiming that policy to be the new position of the government and by ordering agencies to cease issuing citizenship-affirming documents like Social Security cards and passports to them. That policy’s legal legitimacy, like nearly all of Mr. Trump’s plans, would be virtually certain to end up before the Supreme Court.

I think you understand the point. Trump will not only fundamentally redefine with what we think is possible by sheer force of will and through a legion of loyal acolytes in the government, he will also likely reverse decades of demographic change, which the blackpilleds said wouldn't be possible.

TJD: Total Johnsonite Death

The last thing I will mention is the impact of Trump's appointed federal judges, which require confirmation by Republican Senators, on arguably 3rd biggest piece of LBJ's legacy. The Voting Rights Act of 1965 has been gradually weakened over the years, to the point where Democrats last year attempted to codify a new and expanded version of it in the 1st bill that they ever introduced during that congressional session. Fortunately for humanity, that has not succeeded. Instead, over the years, gradually various sections of the Voting Rights Act have been chipped away by courts, including recently a massive deathblow to the most important and long-lasting section of the law: Section 2.

Section 2 of the VRA requires the usage of majority minority districts in accordance to the demographics of a state. This effectively limits the potential Republicans in southern states have to gerrymander. If you look at a map of any election in the House of Representatives, you'll notice the dark-blue enclaves in a sea of red in most deep-south states. Recently, a trump appointed judge blew a hole in that section for the entire 8th Circuit Court of Appeals


What does it entail?

Last Monday, just before Thanksgiving, the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit tried to pull a villain move on the 15th Amendment of the Constitution by gluing shut the mouths of Black people fighting for the right to vote. In a shocking and legally dubious decision, the circuit ruled in Arkansas State Conference NAACP v. Arkansas Public Policy Panel that private citizens could not sue to protect their voting rights under the law that is literally named The Voting Rights Act. Trump-appointed judge David Stras wrote the decision.

If the ruling is upheld, the attorney general of the United States will, functionally, be the only person in a position to challenge states that violate the voting rights of Black people. That means that whenever there is a weak AG like Bill Barr or Merrick Garland, red states will be free to go back to their Confederate roots and ignore the 15th Amendment’s prohibition against racism in voting.


The potential for this would be immense. Basically Republican states under a Republican president could gerrymander dozens of congressional districts and hundreds of state legislative seats in practically every state that they control the legislature therein, while Democrats could not do the same by packing white rural voters with African American and Hispanic voters in states like Colorado or Minnesota. This gives us asymetric control over Congress and permanently cripples the legacy of the hellbound Lyndon B Johnson on the issue of Voting Rights.


That is all for now. Feel free to share this with like minded individuals if you want to cure them of the blackpill! Trump is the next Caesar and theres nothing the libs can do about it!


(P.S. I wanted to have shiny formatting but unfortunately it did not work, so I had to return to a basic set of formatting. It makes it harder to navigate but I wanted it to be readable. Thanks!)

SOURCES:

https://archive.is/PGzUj
https://www.thenation.com/article/societ...ights-act/
https://www.axios.com/2023/12/01/trump-g...tions-2025
https://www.politico.com/news/2020/07/15...ews-364616
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I cannot think of anything sadder than someone who is still on the "Trump Train" in the current year.
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However it goes, he is the "last chance." As all last chances go, many do not see it. There are countless people (even here) who believe they can put the rabbit back in the hat. Trump will either show that it can be done, or that it cannot.

Anyway, I do not particularly care one way or the other at this point. It is a game for those who have nothing to gain, and will never have anything to show.
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Guest Wrote:I cannot think of anything sadder than someone who is still on the "Trump Train" in the current year.
I don't understand conservatives who are super against Trump. I understand not liking his style or being kind of disappointed with his record, but I haven't seen a real alternative proposed. Voting for DeSantis?
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(12-01-2023, 06:33 PM)Guest Wrote: I cannot think of anything sadder than someone who is still on the "Trump Train" in the current year.

Retard.

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Guest Wrote:However it goes, he is the "last chance." As all last chances go, many do not see it. There are countless people (even here) who believe they can put the rabbit back in the hat. Trump will either show that it can be done, or that it cannot.

Anyway, I do not particularly care one way or the other at this point. It is a game for those who have nothing to gain, and will never have anything to show.

The White Race is doomed. Nemets is right.

We are fading into history.
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Nemets has never been right about anything, he's a retarded divorcee who thinks he's special because he realized he could get away with not doing anything at work (he is unaware half of the jobs in the economy are fake). Whites are the future and if somehow that future is killed then there will be no future or history at all anymore, only stagnation and death.
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I never imagined that users here would be this far behind in terms of political understanding. May as well just have a Q thread at this point.
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Don't listen to these oldtroon depressives. Cosimo de Medici groyper is entirely correct; with the right credentials and a few friends the government is yours for the taking. 

This is a great overview of the situation in his first term and how we can correct it in the second.

Also, "still on the Trump train," "nothing is gained from it"??? I would have thought the refutation to these sentiments would be common knowledge on Amarna. For one thing, life is struggle, "l'homme n'existe que dans le combat," it is the destiny of the White man to always vie, by hook or by crook, for mastery of the world. For now that entails joining right-leaning political campaigns to establish better demographic conditions for our people. Even if the situation seemed bad, which it doesn't, would you prefer to have been a Charlemagne Division soldier engaged in Torchean combat in the ruins of Berlin or swanning around in Paris like Junger? 

Now, for the situation itself, Trump will obviously be the Republican nominee, he's been running a fantastic campaign which has as its main focus mass deportation and immigration restriction, Project 2025 and the like are full of motivated young guys who are going to be watching attempts to vote rig like hawks. He may very well win. 

"But Trump is xyz, he's not really 'for us.'" I don't care about Trump's connections to shady individuals or the motivations of the man himself, although I personally think he has admirable motivations and I respect him as a human being and a man who's chosen to spend his life in struggle for power. But regardless of all that, political decisions are made by individuals in key positions. Read "The Forty Year's War," "The Silent Coup," and Nadine Dorries' recent book about Johnson and Gove. Political action comes about as a result of Namierite scheming and network coordination: your best chance of seeing positive political action is getting a critical mass of guys who agree with you into position at the White House. Obviously you won't be the only network there, but now your foot is in the door and we're engaged in a higher domain of struggle. Stephen Miller needs allies.
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Why couldn't Trump do all of this at any point from 2016 to 2020? (Answer: He was vigorously obstructed every step of the way by every other office of formal or informal power). You haven't explained how he will prevent the same thing from occurring, so I'm not convinced that this time will be fundamentally different. That NYT article is part of the ceaseless hysterical scaremongering propaganda campaign that has become too familiar. I imagine Trump's real plans are more practical and modest, and he will struggle even to implement those, as was the case in his last term. I support him regardless.
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Trump is our man. 2016 was our win. His policies were ours. The offices and government shitinfested system strangled the efforts. His character, his ability to turn over normies in the direction of truth, strength and the American Ideal.

He has been nothing short of a miracle, and many have forgotten that. I never thought that in this time of dead old republicans without any energy and a strong leftard unificitation we would get this.

Trump and what he represents is what we want and what we need - maybe not our ultimate vision - but he is the best we can realistically get. I live in Denmark and every week I hear chimpouts by bugs about Trump.

The right doesn't get strategy. They purity spiral into zionist issues and such. And while ZOG poses problem, why can't we agree that Trump and what he stands for is in every way closer to us than a senile man and a literal sheboon in office.

All hail Caesar. Trump 2024.

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Caesar was a bad man you know, he plundered the commons. He killed people man, he killed them! He's a bad guy. Buddy, it's all about taking care of people.

Trump is a bad guy you know, he's a womanizer. He had sex! It's no good man, it's no good. Buddy it's all about taking care of the people, and me? I'm just simple people. Rich man ain't never been a good man. When the poor people, the common people get together, oh that's way better than Caeser. That's basedworld baby, that's based!
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I think we should acknowledge Donald Trump as the best thing that's happened to us in decades: Medici Groyper is right for this, and while he does link to hysterical liberal freaks, the changes mentioned just might occur, and great they will be.

However, ultimately, we still have decades of fight ahead of us; you may hope Trump causes a snowball, a final revolt of whites against global browning, but this is unlikely (I hope I'm wrong) 

Subsequently, as we are so far from our goal (great White world/cosmos as eternal tourney field for Whites) the stability he brings is unlikely to change the fundamental issues (biomass locusts) plaguing us unless he forces a confrontation he himself will likely not emerge as leader from. These things are going to be destroyed in fire, a fire that both we will have to endure also and which is not coming from the republicans (who are nothing more than a convenient and temporary front for our interests)

While our victory, White victory (in both the Racial and Aristocratic/Counterrevolutionary understanding of the term) is inevitable, it's not yet here and it's not Trump: I sincerely hope I'm wrong, but I doubt it. However we are so close even normies (with some prompting) can see it.

Anyway, Trump may not be Ceaser, but the real Ceaser is absolutely looking at him (right now) with admiration. The real Caesar will refer to him as another great man did Dr Karl Lueger
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This thread should have a caution label or something, maybe even deleted. "Hello fellow Amarnites, have you heard of the Project 2025 Talent Database where you can let us know how Based and Redpilled you are by filling out this questionnaire and telling us how reading Extremist Literature has influenced your thinking?"

Why does @Cosimo de' Mecici Groyper not only talk about the Forum on X so much, but also draw the attention of commies to it? Weird. Fedcaths really are this incompetent.

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“consultant”
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august Wrote:This thread should have a caution label or something, maybe even deleted. "Hello fellow Amarnites, have you heard of the Project 2025 Talent Database where you can let us know how Based and Redpilled you are by filling out this questionnaire and telling us how reading Extremist Literature has influenced your thinking?"

Why does @Cosimo de' Mecici Groyper not only talk about the Forum on X so much, but also draw the attention of commies to it? Weird. Fedcaths really are this incompetent.

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You're seriously overestimating the competency of Federal Agents, let alone fedcaths like Rod Dreher, if you think they're seeking out Amarnites of all people to blackmail. In that last image, I'm messing around and trying to bait people for engagement. Its like saying BAP is a zionist and part of some glowie talmudic network. If he is a Zionist, he's doing a pisspoor job at it.
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(12-19-2023, 04:03 PM)Cosimo de' Mecici Groyper Wrote: Amarnites

No idea what this means. Are you sure that's even a real thing?

(12-19-2023, 04:03 PM)Cosimo de' Mecici Groyper Wrote: In that last image, I'm messing around and trying to bait people for engagement.

Nice. This is very good to know. I'm sure others will also appreciate you confirming this.
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Let me alone to recover a little, before I go whence I shall not return 
A land as dark as darkness itself, where even the Light is like darkness
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august Wrote:This thread should have a caution label or something, maybe even deleted. "Hello fellow Amarnites, have you heard of the Project 2025 Talent Database where you can let us know how Based and Redpilled you are by filling out this questionnaire and telling us how reading Extremist Literature has influenced your thinking?"

Why does @Cosimo de' Mecici Groyper not only talk about the Forum on X so much, but also draw the attention of commies to it? Weird. Fedcaths really are this incompetent.

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Self proclaimed "Amarnites" have been advertising the website more than anyone else on X for 2 years now.
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Total Desantis Death, hail trump
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august Wrote:snip

Fed? Doubtful. This is a consequence of the Anthony Surgically Precise Internet Culture Analysis Forum becoming a status symbol. People like Skorr and Bleppsama hate this forum, hate all of its best contributing members, hate almost every idea its produced, and spend their time making bait posts so they can screenshot replies to post in legitimist Discord servers, but still call themselves "Amarnites" because the title carries status and has an elusive and edgy air to it. As a result, we are inundated by idiots who completely miss the point of the Pikmin Bishounen Discussion Forum and make threads about "Hitler and violence" as if this was an Amarnite idea and not the creation of a particular cabal of sub-Landsharkite Mongol rapebabies on X.

If Chud wasn't such a masochist, he'd have banned these strivers long ago and the forum would have instantly improved a hundred fold. Alas.



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