Trump: The First American Emperor


The Republic is dying. Corruption and dysfunction have led to a loss of public faith in institutions and politicians. The fringe is becoming the centre, and only a dictator will prove able to hold the empire together.

I’m not talking about Star Wars here. Or the Roman Empire.

Legionary Trump

This is America in 2018.

Best. Timeline. Ever.

Emperor Trump

I know it sounds far-fetched. What is ‘Murica without democracy? One can’t exist without the other, right?

Wrong. America was not founded as a socialist democracy; it was founded as a republic, modelled on Rome with some Enlightenment innovations thrown in. The transition to ‘democracy’ has been done stealthily and on purpose by a shadow financial oligarchy who have been able to bribe the mob with the wealth of the unborn, and control Congress by funding both sides of politics.

This cabal has extended their control to all the institutions and levers of power in the American empire, particularly the intelligence agencies. They have been able to maintain power through control of the entertainment and media and mind control of the masses. They see this as a science.

This is not a conspiracy theory. Postwar presidents warned us about it. One of them took a magic bullet for trying to constrain the shadow cabal, who also killed his brother and son.

As I’ve been arguing since the presidential election campaign, this is what always happens in republican systems of government. As illegitimate power consolidates behind the curtain, the most ruthless and venal oligarchs become predators on the people until the people revolt and overthrow the system. It’s precisely what happened in Rome.

The Roman Republic was founded in 509BC when the Etruscan king Tarquin the Proud was expelled and the aristocratic families took control. Republican systems of government are not based on the ideal of equality; it is anathema to them. The patricians in Rome were a unified political class whose sons staffed the offices of military and political leadership, and then became senators themselves.

When the Greek king Pyrrhus sent ambassadors to the Roman Senate in 280BC, they reported back to Pyrrhus that Rome did not have a king, but rather a parliament of them. They were nobles.

By 494BC, however, the peasants had become revolting. The First Secession of the Plebs that year was essentially a strike, and through repeated mob action over the centuries the plebeians of Rome managed to become, along with the military, one of the two sources of political power and legitimacy for ambitious politicians and generals outside the senatorial system. This laid the seeds of the civil wars, which resulted in Julius Caesar using his popularity with the people and military domination of rival oligarchs to become dictator for life and overthrow the Republic.

It didn’t work out so well for him though.

The assassination of Caesar.
The assassination of Caesar.

After a final civil war, Caesar’s adopted nephew Octavian became the first emperor of Rome and took the name Augustus.

Emperor Barron, 2050AD.

It’s important to remember that, after the establishment of the Principate in 29BC, the power base of the Roman emperor was always the military. When a bad emperor came along, it was the military which was used to overthrow him and recognise someone else.

This becomes important in light of who, exactly, is supporting the Trump insurgency against the ‘deep state’.

This is not something Trump decided to do on his own. It’s not an organic movement springing from the red, white and blue-blooded MAGApedes. It’s not being driven forward by Bone Broth-fuelled ‘patriots’ against the evil ‘globalists’. And it’s not some cartoonish struggle of ‘good citizens’ against ‘evil criminals’.

C’mon. The QAnon messianism surrounding Trump is getting a bit creepy, tbh. Enough with the idolatry of men. It’s weird.

Of course Trump is better than Hillary. I hope he becomes emperor, sends stormtroopers into the Capitol, hangs the banksters and the pedos, holds a McCarthyite inquisition exposing campus commies and crooked swamp operatives, then drags Hillary behind his tank down the Washington mall before an adoring crowd.

But he’s not the Messiah, ok.

This guy is.

The King.

Trump’s power base is disaffected generals within the US military backed by military intelligence. This is the only explanation that can take account of QAnon’s undeniable links to the White House and the ability of Trump to withstand the focused fury of the deep state-controlled media and intelligence services.

Does this mean that Trump is a good guy? We’ll see. His rhetoric is electrifying, and if the Clintons and Obama go to jail or have unfortunate mishaps on icy roads that would be just great.

On the other hand, his initial appointments of Goldman Sachs insiders to high positions in the White House as well as his links to Zionist Jewish supremacists are troubling. For as long as Trump manages to keep the mad Israeli pitbull on a leash and prevent them starting World War III for us in the Middle East, I’ll render unto Caesar my support.

Go fight Iran for us, goyim.

Some of you, dear readers, may be shocked at my argument that abolishing democracy and installing an emperor would be good for our liberty and our sovereignty.

Ask yourself though: What has democracy done for you lately?

Mass immigration, race war, totalitarian government spying, stifling government regulation, oppressive taxation, dumbed-down compulsory education, globalism, constant foreign wars, the SBS.

Kill it with fire.

Tell me again how democracy has made us free.

If the first American emperor follows the path of Octavian, he may well decide to maintain democratic forms as a veneer of the old system anyway. We may see electronic voting on mundane governmental decisions on a regular basis. Blockchain solutions have already been developed to ensure the integrity of such votes.

Real power, however, rests with the emperor, who is ultimately accountable to the military and the people.

Just because you’ve been told by TV a million times that voting is freedom does not make it true. Voting is no guarantor of liberty at all. Men had much greater liberty under Queen Elizabeth or Emperor Nero than we have today. Most people went most of their lives without encountering government at all prior to the twentieth century and the advent of mass political systems based around utopian political idealism.

The only reason the cabal has been able to tax, corrupt and oppress us so much has been because we believed the lie that voting is an expression of the ‘popular will’ and that we are in charge.

It was always complete bullshit. Give me a good king over a corrupt parliament any day. I’ll even take a half-decent king if he’s going to fight for the people against the unaccountable oligarchs.

And begin the barbarian deportations so we can colonise the stars and mine the unobtanium.

Space force!

Not only the first American emperor.

The first space emperor!

Space Trump

  • Repeal fake marriage

    ‘Democracy’ also gave us the fabulous gift of faggot marriage, whereby 47% of all eligible voters dictated their unpalatable support for perversion to the rest of us via an easily tampered with , non AEC electoral process whose outcome was already predetermined by our ‘betters’.

  • The Expanding Man

    Spend a few minutes in any large shopping centre food court. When presented with a large choice of food, much of it very healthy and nutritious, McDonalds always has the largest queues. This is democracy in action.

    • kayumochi

      Food products that have been designed, manufactured and marketed to maximize revenue are the cause of those queues.

  • Mattys Modern Life

    The problem with democracy is allowing those who leach off the taxpayer to vote, you can’t let anyone who takes money via taxes (other than maybe the military) to vote.

    Taxation should also be voluntary but that’s another story.

    • Razorback

      I’ve been saying that for years, You are 100% correct. No working =no voting

    • Paul Thompson

      + Police, ambos and firies.

    • John Sheppard

      I liked the citizenship concept in Starship Troopers. Hope that is implemented here one day. Citizenship is earned, rather than a right, and therefore those who reach that position have a vested interest in growing/improving the society they have earned citizenship in. Rather than those who do nothing and expect everything. They clearly earned nothing!

    • Jai_Normosone

      I have to disagree with the voluntary taxation thing as society and infrastructure cannot exist without it. What is needed more is strict controls put in place to prevent the bludgers getting access to money and fools in political power throwing the cash around like they think they’re entitled to (HT: Julie Bishop!)

  • 9x19parabellum

    Democracy is broken.

    • Ariane

      Mal = Cuckold wife swapper
      Bill = Kiddy Lover

    • Bikinis not Burkas

      “both want to see Australia return to dark ages by restricting power generation and halting all manufacturing.”
      This is what Islam does where ever it goes using the Quran as the state law!

    • Jai_Normosone

      Both consider Australian taxpayers (ie: those with jobs who contribute to society) are nothing more than peasants who exist to generate taxation income for them and theirs to use as they see fit.

      I now refer to the Labor Party as The Rape Party because the facts are there to prove that this is what they stand for.
      – You cannot criticise Islam which uses rape as a core tenet of dominance with no restrictions in place over it being used against males, females & children.
      – The Labor side of politics was in power when the grooming and rape of 1800+ girls in Rotherham (UK) was ignored on the basis of “culture” and perceived racism if it were stopped. This was just one area of the UK with much, much more going on.
      – Bill Shorten has been linked publicly to a rape of a staffer many years ago and has not faced any criminal charges.
      – Both the ALP and LNP strongly support the Clintons – and Bill Clinton has never faced criminal charges for those committed as Governor of Arkansas or as POTUS. His wife has tolerated this behaviour because of the power she gained by being around him. This makes her to be someone FAR from being suitable to even run for POTUS.
      – Keith Wright. How many in the party knew of his personal preferences and never said a thing?
      – How many more are there?

      So, I don’t give a shit if anyone in the ALP is insulted by referring to their party as the Rape Party because the facts are plain and present.

      • 9x19parabellum

        Great find. Isn’t it ironic how they gave Barnaby Joyce trouble for having an affair when it’s core labor policy tenet to fuck anything that moves.

  • 9x19parabellum
  • dangerrodney

    If any of this happens ill be packing my bags and pledge allegiance to the great man! And great opinion about the con of voting. Only need to look at the two main parties in Aus

  • Ariane

    Mr. Hilton, thank Q for the article.

    Writing such as this is long overdue on the XYZ platform, as much of the angsty grist written about here on XYZ has their roots and branches of evil in the long entrenched Satanic NWO cabal that pushes diversity / gender dysphoria / mass refugee immigration / pedophilia and all the other PC garbage upon to the sleeping populations of world nations.

    For those who need an introduction to Q or Qanon:

    July will have lots of fireworks !
    Julian Assange has his birthday on July 4th.
    American Independence Day is 4 July.


    • 9x19parabellum

      I’ve only just started reading that Q stuff, but still don’t quite get what I’m looking for. Am I right in saying Q is exposing corrupt establishment officials?

      • Ariane

        Yes, Q and his team are committed to draining the swamp, not just in the US, but world wide. (Australia included, as we are part of “5 Eyes”)

        Posts by Q+ are possibly Trump himself.

        Q is known to be a person or group in US Military Intelligence, that has direct communication to POTUS. (Trump)
        Q is an insider that drops “crumbs” of information- not providing the full picture, but putting us down a trail of research to understand his intel.

        He posts on 8chan, but the easiest way to view his posts are on these community created websites:

        • 9x19parabellum

          thank you for clarifying that.

  • Paul Thompson

    Good call David! Empires exist long before an emperor emerges. IMO, what we’re seeing is Anacyclosis in action. Democracies always end in gridlock, requiring a “great man” to clear the roadblock. The seppos could do a lot worse than Emperor Donald I. Like Julius however, Donald will ascend the throne when the American Empire has already passed its peak and is in decline. That said, the Roman Empire hung on for another four hundred years.

  • Bronson

    Spot on with this article.

    Republic is a contraction of res publica, basically the things, a lot more than just material things, shared publicly. The constitutions of some US states style themselves as “The Commonwealth of …” which reflects the same concept, the common good.

    Today very little of worth is held in common across the populations of most western countries and thus the republic has crumbled, a mix of the hammering applied by the left and allies on the one hand and the out-workings of the 2nd Law of Thermodynamics on the other.

    Dr Peterson’s “Tidy up your room” metaphor, which can and has been be disparaged if taken literally, is an illustration of an antidote to the latter. An example of the falsity hiding the former is former treasurer’s claim that high CEO remuneration packages are the cause of the crumbling, rather than the left and main stream media and entertainment complex promoting sectional destructive tendencies and viewpoints to the fore.

    Very interesting analysis too about how the plebs and the military became power sources outside of the system established by the Senate. Leaders aside the military were originally farmers, i.e. who had a stake in society and a piece of land which they were motivated to defend, and being farmers had the strength and knowledge of how to perform in the field. IIRC it was from the time of the Punic wars against Carthage when these warrior farmers returned from years of campaigning to find they had been dispossessed of their lands by the stay at home patricians and by the time of the Empire were a mercenary warrior class loyal to the head of the army who paid them, first of Roman stock and, in later times, foreigners.

    Black Pigeon Speaks has a recent video detailing his thoughts as to how this is happening in the US military, mentioning Rome as an antecedent. Might check out those Q links too.

  • Jeremy

    Democracy, wherever it has emerged has always worked when the vote is limited to tax payers, the leaners if you like. When those who don’t contribute to the pot are allowed to have power over distribution of the pot, whether in Rome, England, USA, Australia or anywhere else, the pot is quickly distributed to those who are not contributing, spending continues until the country is broke and disaster follows.
    The clear message from history is that the vote should be limited to those who demonstrate by paying tax that they are sensible enough to look after their money.

  • Jonathan

    “On the other hand, his initial appointments of Goldman Sachs insiders to high positions in the White House as well as his links to Zionist Jewish supremacists are troubling.”

    Pretty much why I won’t go all out for Trump even though his recent moves on immigration are promising.

    His attacks on Syria and Assad without proof, his kowtowing to Israel are real causes for alarm.

  • kayumochi

    Trump’s “rhetoric is electrifying”? A joke, right? He is the worst orator ever.

  • Jonathan

    Trump is no Messiah, he was the better option out of a douche and a turd (apologies South Park). He’s doing good things domestically for the USA (you know what they are), but his threats against Iran are plain scary- he’s playing to his nutcase Pentecostal and (((tribalist))) Zionist base there.

    I do fear that, despite his best efforts in Helsinki, would could see war with Iran within his first term.

    Please God I do hope I am wrong. Like Syria, Iran is the last nation state bastion against Zionism after the fall of Saddam.