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‘China for Chinese, America for Whites’: Nationalists on Trump


Marion Deschamps, TeleSur, January 17, 2017

马里恩德尚,南方电视台,2017年1月 17日

Ahead of President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration, teleSUR asked three questions to three hard-line conservatives who fully—or partially—support his program.
Jared Taylor is a white supremacist who runs the self-termed “race-realist” magazine American Renaissance. He declared he was “pleased” with the election of Donald Trump—yet was “looking forward to persuading him to keep his promises.”



What would be the first measures you’d hope Trump would implement in his first 100 days in office, and how confident are you that he will fulfill the promises he made during his electoral campaign?


JT: First, the building of a wall, or any means possible to prevent any further illegal immigration into the United States, and the deportation of all illegal immigrants who are already here. He seems to be already wavering on some of these measures, as most presidents as soon as they are elected, but I hope to pressure him to keep his word.


For instance, he seemed to step back about children brought illegally, saying their parents may not be deported after all. Also, he does not seem as enthusiastic about the wall as he was in the campaign. He would have an enormous amount of opposition domestically if he were to deport the children of illegal immigrants. People usually argue that they have no experience in the Central American countries, where their parents are from. But of course, if they learned in the United States how to adapt, it should not be anything difficult for them to adapt in their origin country.


He also promised to prevent immigration from Muslim countries, and already seems to waver on that … although he will be much more careful than Hillary Clinton would have been.

WJ: First, Trump is anti-establishment, whether it is a republican or democratic establishment, or against the education system. As a businessman, he has one foot in the establishment and one foot in the radical sector, but still, he is going to make great changes. Second, he is opposed to political correctness and can say things that usually offend people. Third, he is a nationalist and anti-globalist — yet not a white nationalist — but an economic and American nationalist, and that seems to be going in the right direction.



Trump can conduct a foreign policy that will be, as he puts it, “100 percent” for Israel or he can try to conduct what he promises will be an “America First” foreign policy. But he cannot do both.


What will change for your movement with the election of Donald Trump? Are you hoping for more visibility, more empowerment?


JT: Any kind of sense of common racial consciousness among whites will increase no matter what Trump does or doesn’t do. White people around the world are waking up to the fact that their current view of immigration, of demographics, of race, is a suicidal one. That’s why nationalist parties in Europe are doing much better than before, that’s why you have such a burgeoning of white consciousness, in podcasts, books, videos, here in the U.S.


White people are realizing here in the United States that if they do nothing they will be shoved aside by non-whites who are absolutely not hesitating about asserting their group interests. Deep in their bones, white people realize it would be a catastrophe for them and their descendants if they become the minority group in their own countries, with all this talk about white privileges, about blaming whites for the misfortunes of the non-whites everywhere at any time, they would likely become a despised minority.


More and more whites are waking up to this and willing to take action to prevent this. At the same time, Trump is much more likely to be more opened to this kind of mentality than Hillary Clinton would have been. It is not impossible to imagine Trump thinking, “Well what’s wrong with the whites wanting to remain a majority in their own country.”


WJ: We have seen a big boost in our membership and reputation. Before, when I would say my views, people would say (whiny voice): “Oh you’re like Mussolini or you are a fascist,” now they say, “Oh you’re like Trump!” (laughs) so that’s big progress right there!



WJ: About the migrants running away from death and poverty in Central America, he said that these countries should see the advantages of being nationalists too, maybe not in the short-term, but the long-term, and this why we can have a stronger relationship with these countries, like Venezuela, Cuba, even Mexico, although with Trump the relationship will be strained for a while. teleSUR should have a talk show promoting nationalism.