White Nation News
June 11, 2016
White Americans don’t want traitors like Meg Whitman ruining their nation. For White Americans, there is, or there ought to be, a clear and racial distinction between White American society and places like Bangladesh and Mexico City. For traitors like Meg Whitman, there is no such distinction (except in her own gated community and the gated communities of her friends). Indeed, traitors like Meg Whitman hate White Americans more than do Bangladeshis and Mexicans.
Meg Whitman, the chief executive of Hewlett Packard Enterprise, railed against Donald J. Trump at a closed-door meeting of Republicans in Park City, Utah, on Friday, comparing him to demagogues like Hitler and Benito Mussolini.
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Ms. Whitman, according to one of the people present, did not stop at comparing Mr. Trump to the Axis leaders. She also warned the gathering that if Republicans compromised on their principles this one time to win an important election, they would be entering fraught territory. “What happens next time?” she asked, implying it could lead to more compromises and more candidates like Mr. Trump.
These traitors care only about money and power for themselves and their friends and the psychotic and murderous ideologies of “punishing” Whiteness and blending the different human races out of existence. Donald Trump is threatening their plans. Donald Trump has that ability because tens of millions of White Americans are giving him that ability. Closed American borders, deportations and America-first trade policies all run contrary to these traitors’ obsessions and goals.
Ms. Whitman, who ran for governor of California in 2010 and was Mr. Romney’s 2012 finance co-chairwoman, was part of a group of major donors who mounted an effort to stop Mr. Trump during the primaries through paid advertising. She has been explicit about her disdain for him.
“I won’t be voting for Donald Trump,” she told CNBC in March. “Look at the comments he’s made about women, about Muslims, about reporters. It’s just repugnant.”
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In an emailed statement, Mr. Trump dismissed Ms. Whitman’s comments. “I never met Meg Whitman, but the job she is doing at Hewlett Packard is not a very good one,” Mr. Trump said. “Based on the disastrous campaign she ran in California, and the tens of millions of dollars she wasted, I have learned a lot from her. I do not want her support.”
Meg Whitman’s foul political agenda is less an attack on Trump than it is a betrayal of White America. Treason to one’s own nation, White America, and treason to one’s own race, the White race, are crimes deserving of a punishment beyond words. There will one day be a legal reckoning, and Meg Whitman’s name will be at the top of that list.