I briefly got into this the other day.
It was Hillary Clinton who convinced Bill Clinton to attack Serbia in 1999. We generally oppose foreign wars as wasteful, but what happened in Serbia was the worst kind of foreign war from our perspective: a bombing campaign against a European country in the name of “human rights” on behalf of the Muslim minority.
Hillary has already demonstrated that she is willing to kill Europeans on behalf of Muslims. She was instrumental in creating Kosovo which has become an ISIS beachhead in Europe. For this reason alone, Hillary must never become president. The precedent she set in Serbia is proof that she poses a threat to any European country which elects a government with the will power to defend itself from the Muslim invasion.
Donald Trump may be many things, but he is clearly not a crusading SJW ideologue and warmonger on behalf of “human rights.” Unlike Hillary, we can rest assured that Trump isn’t going to lead us into another European war to protect Muslims. If the Netherlands or Hungary or France acts to rid itself of this festering problem, Trump isn’t going to condemn it as “ethnic cleansing,” convene the UN Security Council, and dispatch aircraft carriers to overthrow an elected national populist European government.
That’s why every European nationalist of note has explicitly endorsed Trump: Nigel Farage in the UK, Geert Wilders in the Netherlands, Jean-Marie Le Pen and Marine Le Pen in France, Victor Orban of Hungary, Filip Dewinter in Belgium, and especially Vladimir Putin in Russia. The last thing that European nationalists want is President Hillary Clinton breathing down their necks and lecturing them about “human rights.”
A Trump presidency gives European nationalists a free hand to act to secure their future. A Hillary presidency will have the exact opposite chilling effect. No Western European country has elected a national populist government since the Second World War.
As the so-called “Leader of the Free World,” America sets the tone for the rest of the West. Most Americans don’t realize how overwhelming American influence is overseas. During the Cold War, every Western nation from Australia to Canada to the UK to Germany to Sweden chose follow the US down the road to racial and cultural suicide at roughly around the same time. They all followed the US off the cliff like a bunch of lemmings. In places like Germany and Sweden, they debate civil rights, integration, and multiculturalism as if they were provinces of an American Empire.
If America radically changed course though (the seat of the globalist empire), it would shake the global liberal order – particularly in Western Europe – to its foundations. In the absence of American leadership, the liberal regimes in Europe would be destabilized and would succumb to nationalist rebellions. It’s probably why they haven’t done so already.
Trump is already on the campaign trail comparing Hillary Clinton to Angela Merkel’s disastrous leadership in Germany. As president, Trump would not only destabilize the liberal order in Europe and give the European nationalists a free hand to act, but he would also encourage them to do so from Washington.
Don’t underestimate Washington’s power, reach, and influence. Obama and Hillary Clinton set the Middle East ablaze by fomenting the Arab Spring. Just by using the powers of the presidency, a Trump presidency could bring about a “European Spring” as early as 2017. Now that’s a delicious thought. Striking a blow against the US Empire here could set off a chain reaction not seen since the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991.