Hail Trump

That is Hail, not Heil

That is Hail Trump as in Hail Caesar Augustus, not Heil Trump as in Heil Hitler.

This is a reference and reverence to God Emperor Caesar Augustus who did to decadent Roman democracy much what Hitler did to decadent German democracy for much the same reasons, but fortunately your average Harvard graduated social justice warrior does not know any history other than Hitler killing the Jews, whites enslaving blacks, and that every thing was invented by blacks except what was invented by women.

That is why we call him God Emperor Trump, not der F├╝hrer.

By the way, the Roman salute to God Emperor Caesar Augustus differs slightly from the Nazi salute, in that the palm is visible, rather than down, and the fingers may be semi closed, but not clenched, but don’t try it because social justice warriors will not know the difference.

We are who we are, so to salute president elect Trump in the hope that he will soon become God Emperor Trump, I recommend the military salute universally used by western armies for a long time. For extra fun points, this salute was in fact the salute used by the German army in World War II, and every other white army, but social justice warriors don’t know that.

6 Responses to “Hail Trump”

  1. viking says:

    Trump is not the One, the Ubermench, He is John the Baptiste he prepareth the way for the One, he is laying the axe at the root of the tree. The One who we are summoning will judge what branches bear good fruit and what must be cast into the fire.

  2. Dbreen says:

    He’s more like Julius Caesar than Augustus.

    Julius was unpredicible, populist, libertine with the common touch who had a close scrape with bankruptcy.

    Our Augustus is yet to come

  3. Jack Highlands says:

    Well, I agree with your gist Jim, and we must continue with the Hailing of Trump. I did so at Atlantic, home of the sneaky Roman salute video, this very morning.

    But, and not to put too spergy a point on it, the real reason we say ‘Hail Trump’ and not ‘Heil Trump’ is that we are anglophones.

  4. anon says:

    It’s wrong to give the military salute while not in uniform. I don’t know if it’s actually illegal, but it’s _wrong_. Any man with military experience will tell you.

  5. Alan J. Perrick says:

    Mr Spencer isn’t stuck on Mr Trump so much and in fact has said that he’s going to be criticising him, leading him with influence, and so on. I’m not so fond of his own being influenced by Mr Georg Hegel, but at least it is more-so looking towards Prussia than to wildly heretical 1930s Germany, itself influenced by 1930s Austria.

    A.J.P.

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