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Currently my Facebook feed is circulating the upper portion of this meme. According to leftist media, people are outraged that Trump would exploit the Louisiana flood victims by redirecting first responders and other precious resources for a photo op and gratuitous play-dough donation. Clearly the "play dough" spin is a very superficial report on Trump's actual relief efforts, which involved an 18 wheeler truck filled with essential supplies such as drinking water, food, socks, diapers, etc. Trump pointed out Obama's absence in the relief effort, which was rebutted by Governor John Bel. Edwards who said, "I asked them to let us get out of the response mode where we were still conducting searches of houses, and we were still making rescues. I didn’t want to divert these police officers, sheriff’s deputies and state troopers and other essential resources and assets to providing security for the president while they were needed in this region to undergo those — or to undertake those response activities. And I asked that if he could wait until the response was over and we got into the recovery phase, which I predicted we would do over the weekend and certainly next week would be a better time for us to visit. But the president is welcome to come to our state anytime that he wants to." http://www.politicususa.com/2016/08/21/louisiana-gov-destroys-gop-faux-outrage-obama-baton-rogue-sooner.html As far as Trump's relief efforts are concerned, he's getting mixed reviews. Some of the victims are clearly grateful for his pro-active efforts, while others suggest that his presence was more burdensome than helpful. Any thoughts?
Will Torbald posted a topic in General MessagesLike it or not, Stefan Molyneux has shifted his discourse to a more nationalist discourse lately, and he's routinely discussed in /pol/ when he posts new videos or he's listed in the diagrams of the Alt Right as a libertarian nationalist. So this topic is a way of opening a discussion on nationalism, the alt right, how it relates to Freedomain Radio, and how memes and propaganda are winning people over on the internet. In particular I'm posting videos that exemplify in broad terms what it happening with the movement. Walt Bismarck posts videos of Disney songs with altered lyrics. This one fits really well with the characters and how moving to the right is basically joining the dark side. This is the definitive Trump propaganda rock opera. The song wasn't meant to be about him, it's actually inspired by a videogame, but it doesn't matter now. NAZI! ANTISEMITE! WHITE SUPREEEEMIST! - ramzpaul is someone I've been listening for a while, and in this video he talks about how the cliche notion of white nationalism is for edgelords. In broad terms he advocates national identity for all people while making fun of neonazis. And while the unicorn ideal of a free society is still the final goal, what is ultimately going to take people there must first pass throught the ring of fire called "defeat the left" and "abandon democracy" and the only movement currently gaining any traction in this road is not the libertarians, but the alt right. I don't see it as the end game, but it can't hurt to realize nothing else has a chance of making a dent in the globalist's agenda so far.