With Brexit and Donald Trump, we’ve done the equivalent of capturing everywhere from Pointe Du Hoc to Pegasus Bridge. But just like with D-Day, the worst of the fighting is yet to come. Our enemy is fanatical, determined, well organised. Plus, they still hold most of the key positions: the big banks, the corporations, the top law firms, the civil service, local government, the universities, the schools, the mainstream media, Hollywood… Give those bastards half the chance and they’ll drive us back into the sea – which, in contemporary terms, means nixing Brexit (or giving us “soft Brexit”, which is basically the same thing) and frustrating all the things President Trump will try to do to Make America Great Again.
I use the war analogy first because World War II analogies never fail, but second because this really is a war that we’re fighting. The bad news is that wars are hard, costly and ugly. The good news is that we’re on the right side and we’re going to win. Here’s how:
We will never underestimate the wickedness of the enemy
We will always remember that we are better than them
We will take the fight to the enemy, not cower in No Man’s Land
I call the latter approach the “dogshit yogurt fallacy.”
We will never apologise, never explain, never surrender
We will laugh in the face of death
Something I’ve noticed about the liberal-left: they don’t have a sense of humour.
We will mercilessly expose their weaknesses
Leave no man behind
OK. We’re done. Unleash hell.