(Click on the link following each tick mark for the relevant break in video)
- On the MENA migration crisis in Europe
Trump notes the migrants look like young, strong, fighting men who should presumably be engaged in the Syrian melee instead of running away from it. He then expresses skepticism over whether or not many of these men are actually from Syria, and follows it up by suggesting the migration could effectively be a modern day Trojan horse operation (Angela Merkel thinks she's getting quite a gift!). Finally, he says that as president he'd send back the 200,000 Syrian refugees the current nation-wrecker plans on bringing in.
If you care about the National Question, convince me of who else could possibly be your man, because if you elect to engage in the current political process I see no other conceivable choice.
- On the disastrous consequences of US meddling in the Muslim world
Essentially what Trump asserts is that knocking out Saddam and Qaddafi gave us the migration crisis, the Islamic State, and a stronger Iran. With Trump we get no more nation-building and no reigniting the Cold War. Sign me up.
- Genetics matter
This isn't the first time he's indicated as much. This revealed tendency for thinking in terms of human biodiversity rather than blank slatist nonsense is encouraging because it, almost by default, lessens the likelihood that he'll fall for stupid, destructive stuff like No Child Left Behind, disparate impact as a legitimate indicator of malfeasance, the aforementioned nation building, unskilled immigration, etc.