When people repeatedly announce who they are in their own words, listen. The core of Nazi ideology is racial darwinism, the belief that humanity is divided into a hierarchy of inferior and superior races. For the umpteenth time last September 19 in Minnesota Trump advertised that he subscribes to this core belief of Nazism:
“President Trump’s riff about the “good genes” found among the people of Minnesota — an 80 percent white state — wasn’t a dog whistle. It was a train whistle, folding in Trump’s long-held belief that some people, himself especially, are simply born with superior traits to others. “You have good genes, you know that, right?” Trump said during his Saturday rally in front of a nearly all-white crowd in Bemidji. “You have good genes. A lot of it is about the genes, isn’t it, don’t you believe? The racehorse theory. You think we’re so different? You have good genes in Minnesota.” (https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/trumps-touting-of-racehorse-theory-tied-to-eugenics-and-nazis-alarms-jewish-leaders/ar-BB19J2wO)
To complete the picture of the Nazi ideological well he drinks from, put this together with Trump’s:
“I’m German; I like order and strength…“You know I’m proud to have that German blood. There’s no question about it.” At a January 2016 event in Mississippi, he said, “I have Ivy League education, smart guy, good genes. I have great genes and all that stuff, which I’m a believer in.” (https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/trumps-touting-of-racehorse-theory-tied-to-eugenics-and-nazis-alarms-jewish-leaders/ar-BB19J2wO)
“”Black guys counting my money! I hate it. The only kind of people I want counting my money are short guys that wear yarmulkes every day.” (https://www.alternet.org/2018/10/trump-anti-semitic-heres-what-evidence-shows/)
“In December 2015, Trump gave a speech before the Republican Jewish Coalition and said, “I’m a negotiator like you folks, we are negotiators … Is there anybody that doesn’t renegotiate deals in this room? This room negotiates them — perhaps more than any other room I’ve ever spoken in.” He also asserted they wouldn’t support him because he couldn’t be bought: “You’re not going to support me because I don’t want your money. Isn’t it crazy?” (https://www.jpost.com/Diaspora/Report-Trump-draws-jeers-at-Republican-event-tells-crowd-he-doesnt-want-their-money-436308)
Conservatives who railed against the leftist anti-semitism of Ilhan Omar found no reason to comment on Trump’s invocation of anti-semitic stereotypes.
“In a speech before the Republican Jewish Coalition in April, he said that recently reelected Benjamin Netanyahu was “your prime minister.” Instead of implying dual loyalty, he all but said Jews aren’t actually Americans at all, because they have single loyalty to Israel. As Josh Marshall writes, it’s “as though American Jews are somehow an expat community of Israelis resident in the United States.” (https://theweek.com/articles/835714/what-donald-trump-said-about-jews)
“You can absolutely be taught things. Absolutely. You can get a lot better. But there is something. You know, the racehorse theory, there is something to the genes,” Trump told Larry King on CNN in 2007. “And I mean, when I say something, I mean a lot.” (https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/trumps-touting-of-racehorse-theory-tied-to-eugenics-and-nazis-alarms-jewish-leaders/ar-BB19J2wO)
Three years later, he told CNN that his father was successful and it naturally followed that he would be too:
“I have a certain gene. I’m a gene believer. Hey, when you connect two racehorses, you usually end up with a fast horse. And I really was — you know, I had a — a good gene pool from the standpoint of that.” (https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/opinion/trumps-genetic-delusions-are-being-put-to-the-test/ar-BB19ULVE)
and, like father, like son into the third generation:
“He used the phrase again at a 2016 campaign rally in Iowa, and his eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., told his father’s biographer that the family believed in the theory. “Like him, I’m a big believer in racehorse theory. He’s an incredibly accomplished guy, my mother’s incredibly accomplished, she’s an Olympian, so I’d like to believe genetically I’m predisposed to better-than-average,” Trump Jr. told Michael D’Antonio in a 2014 interview, according to a transcript provided by the author.” (https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/trumps-touting-of-racehorse-theory-tied-to-eugenics-and-nazis-alarms-jewish-leaders/ar-BB19J2wO)
and, echoing Tucker Carlson’s bigoted “immigrants make America dirty” line:
“Trump had previously attacked them in 2016, stating that Minnesotans had “suffered enough” as a result of “filthy refugee vetting.” During a 2018 Oval Office meeting, Trump criticized protections for refugees from “s***hole countries” in Latin America and Africa while expressing a preference for immigrants from Norway. According to a 2019 book from New York Times reporters Julie Hirschfeld Davis and Michael Shear, Trump asked why he couldn’t ban refugees from “f***ing Somalia.” (https://news.yahoo.com/trump-minnesota-good-genes-eugenics-dog-whistle-202828480.html)
Xenophobia + Jewish globalist conspiracies and money + racehorse theory eugenics + explicit hierarchical division of the world into admirable Nordic Norway and German “order and strength” vs non-white “shithole countries” = Nazism.
Listen to Frau Merkel. She knows.