The lesson from Trump mania

The truth of human nature is, humans will not follow claims of relative authority, only claims of absolute authority. This is another sin by which evil comes into the world. Unless a leader shows absolute certainty in his own righteousness, followers don’t feel comfortable delegating their moral compass to him. This is a perversion of the human drive to worship God. This is also the lesson of Trump’s election. People wanted a religious leader so badly that military intelligence invented one and memed him to have godlike powers, and because we felt his success was contingent upon blind faith we were fooled into some very shortsighted beliefs and sinful behaviors.

But the truth is that even Trump responds to incentives, and the reason he works for Israel now is that he saw the Trump Train people would love him no matter what but Israel’s love was contingent. If we had practiced smart operant conditioning on him, like the Jews did, Trump would still be on the Trump train. (NB: Melon McMelonson disagrees and says he was bought and paid for long ago, but he also says the point stands in the more general sense that “the squeaky wheel gets the grease”. So Trump would still be an Israel Firster, but there wouldn’t have been such a massive ramp up in immigration that we’d be letting in more in one year now than in all 8 years of Obama’s administration.)

It was actually the blind faith of his supporters that drove him from “America First” to “Israel First”. And now we’re in the position of the cucked Beta hubby pleading with an adulterous wife to please come back. But she is not coming back, and you’re not getting custody of the kids either. The kids belong to Trump’s new boyfriend now (except every other weekend) and Israel will treat them as he pleases. This is not what winning looks like. It’s a hard lesson and we paid a high cost, so we may as well learn it.

“Self-pity is easily the most destructive of the non-pharmaceutical narcotics; it is addictive, gives momentary pleasure and separates the victim from reality,” wrote John Gardner, American novelist. Self-pity is a call for others to repeatedly come to our rescue. It requires that we mire ourselves in helplessness and blame.

-Debra Jay
It Takes a Family

Therefore, the Trump train was a mass rightist self-pity fantasy fulfillment, where the fantasy was to be rescued by a charismatic leader for no reason and without changing anything about ourselves. In fact, this is just a bigger version of the NEET cycle as laid out by WPAdmin777.

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10 Responses to The lesson from Trump mania

  1. Schrödinger's Psych Evaluation says:

    The right was all like, “If we give Trump our support, he’ll feel obligated to return the favor by having our backs.” Then, the center right kept doubling down whenever Trump failed to live up to one of his campaign promises.

    Welp, I guess it’s back to shitposting from my fortified bunker. So much for that ballot box.

    • bicebicebice says:

      on the bright side it is good to completely exhaust an option, melonboons like trump needs constant pandering , like babies, and the jews are just better at that. churchill wasn’t elected prime minister for life after the war world2, and nobody talks about drumph defeating isis… so why not sell it all to get your name on some signage on an israel hilltop? Or a fake city in CHYNA?
      Posterity 101.

      also an Edenist victory on ooma-loompa melon behavioral patterns

  2. Heaviside says:

    Leaving aside all conspiratorial considerations for a moment, put yourself in Trump’s shoes. How is he supposed to know what his “base” wants? As far as Trump knows, Sean Hannity is their representative. Unlike his “base,” the Zionists and every other lobby in D.C. are sending representatives to his office to tell him exactly what they want. You can’t expect to achieve any political change in this country if you don’t put together a political organization which can decide upon a clear and coherent agenda and send people to present this agenda to elected representatives.

  3. Obadiah says:

    Pretty good post.

  4. Obadiah says:

    >the fantasy was to be rescued by a charismatic leader for no reason and without changing anything about ourselves

    ^Key sentence

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