The Symbolism Of The 2016 Presidential Election

In terms of Western Civilization, Christendom, and American Christianity, Donald Trump is far from the idea candidate. His divorces, money-oriented life, and seeming lack of religious devotion do not seem to conform to those things deemed most important in the West, including family fidelity, material contentment, and devotion to Christ. Yet, his rise to power was symbolic and revealed the underbelly of a fragmented American culture that politics has only revealed partially up until now.

Exit poll data, the statistics of the Presidential election, reveal that the three most Western demographics overwhelmingly supported Trump. From the New York Times:


The majority of White Male Christians (including Catholics) voted for Trump. This is the demographic American Progressives have been warring against intensely over the past fifty plus years, though the work of Communist adherents were working subversively even before then.

It is not necessarily whites, since the nationalist / globalist divide is essentially a white civil war. It is partially men, since feminism is an ideology of female superiority and male inferiority. It is primarily Western Christendom, especially the part called American Republic, that Progressives are seeking to undermine and replace.

But history is what it is and the fact is that the majority of what Westerners enjoy and value was birthed by a particular ethnicity with a particular culture that maintained particular beliefs through millennia old traditions. Those traditions, the culture that birthed them, and the men who made up that culture have been derided for much of the twentieth and twenty-first century. The American remnant of that culture decided they are no longer going to be trampled underfoot by the secular utopia dreamers and their multi-everything and anti-West armies. They have rebelled and Donald Trump was their symbol for that rebellion.


Author: M.W. Peak

Just a humble guy trying to make his way in the universe.

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