It’s a shame this bastard Liam Neeson played a man named Rob Roy, who is an ancestor of mine, but that’s what Jews do, they usurp.
Our International Jew (Donnie Trumpfelstein) is usurping in Scotland now as he has in the USA and as his ancestors did as well as in Germany too. Nothing of any good comes from this guy Trump, nothing. The jobs he produces are all Latinos in the south and in the north they are all controlled by the Jew unions.
David Duke and Alex Jones cheered this wolf in sheep’s clothing into office as if he was their own brother. Folks I don’t cheer anyone on who might be a Jew and anyone that has 3 married children all married to Jews and even one child who is dating one there is no way on Gods green earth that I am going to believe Trump is anything but a Jew. I am not going to pretend I don’t see it and tell everyone not to look. It’s too late now!
Duke, Trump, Mike Rivero, Dankof and all the other shills on the internet tell us to “hang on, give him a chance”. These shills should have their tongues pulled out and fed to the vultures. Remember these treasonous traitors who glorified Trump and never mentioned ALL of the relationships Trump has with Jews, especially you Scotsman out there who allowed this traitor to assume your identities. They are the pinch points that Jews depend upon to carry out their destruction of our nations.
David Duke says “help him with our struggle”. Folks you can struggle and run like a water rat, but in order to win you have to “battle to win”. Even the word “battle” has been turned into “struggle” when they are two entirely different words. One depicts no enemy and one depicts a physical blood and guts war to the death.
battle (n.) c. 1300, from Old French bataille “battle, single combat,” also “inner turmoil, harsh circumstances; army, body of soldiers,” from Late Latin battualia“exercise of soldiers and gladiators in fighting and fencing,” from Latin battuere “to beat, to strike” (see batter (v.)). Phrase battle royal “fight involving several combatants” is from 1670s.
struggle (v.) late 14c., of uncertain origin, probably a frequentative form with -el (3) (compare trample, wrestle), but the first element is of uncertain origin. Skeat suggests Old Norse strugr “ill will;” others suggest a connection to Dutch struikelen, German straucheln “to stumble.” Related: Struggled; struggling.
David Duke is without a doubt “a stumbler” and never was and never will be “a battler” nor will his clown posse full of complacent butt kissers.