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Understanding Right-Wing Infiltrators


infiltratorThe methodology of the infiltrator is not complicated. They say the right things. They have an uncanny ability, even, to say what you’re thinking. Through their impressive rhetoric and grandiose gestures, they gain your trust and become a vital part of your political activism and your worldview. You learn to rely on them, and you feel better knowing that such a clever person is fighting on your side.

Then, when you need them most, when victory is within reach, you feel searing agony between your shoulder blades, and as you twist to reach the knife handle, you see them turning away, pretending they don’t know how that happened.

An infiltrator, in short, does exactly the right thing, right up to the moment when their doing the right thing counts the most, and then they do exactly the wrong thing.

For my part, I think that all of mainstream conservatism, with a few notable exceptions, is made up of infiltrators. Fox News always says just enough of the right thing to get you to tune in, and then steers you back to open borders, international money pits, and multicultural candidates and platforms. Had Trump not entered the race, the network would have been doing full-time propaganda for the inevitable nomination of Jeb. Similarly, talk radio pundits never quite end up “going rogue,” although, to listen to their blather, they are just as outraged about leftist crimes as us commoners are. There are of course sincere people in the mix, but the establishment has so much control over the dialogue that even the good ones are usually forced to be quasi-leftists and de facto neocons.

But there is something new under the sun. I have had moments of doubt, but at this point I don’t see any way Trump could be faking his performance. We have, for the first time since Reagan’s rise, a non-infiltrator defining the national conversation.

And, this being the case, the infiltrators are forced to do one of two things.

Their first ploy is, seeing Trump’s poll numbers, the infiltrators play along with him. They pretend to like him—to understand the feelings of us working stiffs—in order to buy your trust now and shank you in the back at a more opportune time. So we see Hannity and O’Reilly—and now, ridiculously, even Rumsfeld—guys who have never done more than occasionally mumble about open borders and lost manufacturing—pretending to have seen the populist light.

Alternately, some infiltrators know it isn’t going to get any better for them, so they start cashing in their credibility now. So we see Republican sages, and gasbags like Levin and Beck—and of course the National Review hit men—betting the farm “Against Trump.”

Yes, these guys all have lawyerly reasons for opposing Trump, but babbling about ethanol subsidies and who’s a “real” conservative, when we’re annihilating our industry and importing the friggin’ third world, is idiotic. Where were Levin, Beck and the neocons on the big issues—on the policies that are killing the middle and working classes—for the past 20 years?

I became aware of the infiltrator model in 2010, when I listened to Glenn Beck sandbag Texas gubernatorial candidate Debra Medina. Medina was a hardcore right-wing insurgent running against establishment garbage, and she was making huge gains. Then came the break that should have put her over the top—an interview with the great Glenn Beck. And what did Beck do? He jumped on rumors of “9/11 trutherism,” blew them up into the central issue, and deliberately killed her campaign.

This was Infiltrator 101… Beck was the poster boy for far right Tea Party insurgency until the moment arrived when he could put a genuine maverick in the catbird seat. Then, suddenly, just coincidentally, Beck did exactly the thing that would steer conservatives back to the multicultural open borders gang.

That’s just an obvious example. The pattern repeats at every level. The recent betrayal from Paul Ryan is one more reminder. Dubya talked a good game but loved open borders and social programs, and his dad is largely responsible for transferring our manufacturing to China. Right-winger John McCain calls his own constituents “crazies” as soon as they have a serious discussion about controlling illegal immigration.

Let’s face it, except for a few hold-outs, we have no representation in the establishment or the establishment media. The mainstream right, if we hit the mute button and study its policies, is always far left. The first step to fixing the problem is to stop giving attention and respect to the charade.

Bill Matheson has been employed doing everything from making sandwiches to selling industrial cleaning equipment, and has worked for himself doing everything from mowing lawns to building web sites. Bill’s first book, Under Bastard Christianity: A Handbook for Heretics in an Age of Equality Cultism, will be released in January of 2016. Follow Bill on Twitter and Facebook, visit The Matheson Report.



  1. Damn Bill…
    this is one of the best post I have ever read on AWD….
    you are 100% on target!!

  2. Trump is the epitome of a “right wing infiltrator”. He’s been on both sides of every issue that I care about. Immigration, gun-control, abortion and eminent domain. Now all of a sudden he’s a presidential candidate and he’s seen the light. If you think he’s a genuine then all I can say is that I disagree and I’ll be voting for Ted Cruz.

    • Bill Matheson

      The infiltrator’s goal is to steer the dialogue, and then the policy, back to open borders, multiculturalism, etc. If Trump fit the profile, he would have shut up a long time ago. When he started losing business deals after his announcement, he would have backed off, and served as a warning to anyone else who wanted to speak out.

      The establishment would not want a guy broadcasting their failings, calling them stupid over and over, and nullifying their main propaganda outlets. They certainly don’t want a guy making it okay for white America to develop a political identity again.

      Looks to me like Trump really did see the light. Probably from reading Ann Coulter’s book. If he was an infiltrator he would not be dismantling the media/political controls that the Marxists have spent a half century getting in place.

  3. I’m for Trump or Cruz. Currently, it looks like Trump will be it. But…

    If Trump wins, with the establishment pukes in the RNC and the DNC and the MSM flat out hating him, how will he be able to get anything done? He will be fighting resistance from Congress and the media, you know the Supreme Court Justices will be issuing fatwas against him, how does he get anything done? Does he pull a page from the Ovomit playbook and start issuing EO’s and EA’s? If so, I doubt that the DNC and RNC establishment will sit as quietly as they do when Ovomit issues them, and the MSM will flip out trying to outdo each other with hit pieces on Trump.

    Plus, it’s a given that the infiltrators will be waiting to strike at every opportunity, even to the point of manufacturing opportunities.

    Basically, the question is: If the majority of the people like Trump, but the majority of politicians don’t, will Trump still be able to straighten out this mess?

    • Bill Matheson

      I think Trump understands what the cultural Marxists have long understood. Change the culture and political change becomes inevitable. Probably why he’s holding so many massive rallies… a) so good people don’t feel isolated and discouraged and b) to let everyone else know how many traditional Americans there still are.

      Politicians cannot hold out very long if nobody believes them. Look what happened to Jeb…the presumptive nominee & the closest thing we have to royalty. Politically dead overnight, just because someone had the nerve to call him out.

      I think Trump could manipulate the system as effectively as anyone, but the important thing he’s doing is breaking up PC controls. Europe is dying because they are terrified of speaking frankly about anything. Call them “racist” and they collapse and let in another million third worlders. All of Trump’s enemies call him “racist” and he just gets more powerful by not showing them respect. That’s a vital lesson for all Westerners at this point.

      • Is there any European country with more than 15-20% non-whites? Here we are in the US with The-People-Formerly-Known-As-Americans about to drop below 50% of the population. Every European country has some kind of Right-wing party. Outside of daydreams, I see no possibility of any such in the US. The last Right-winger to run nation-wide in the US was Wallace (George, not Henry).

        • Bill Matheson

          Hard to say how anything will play out. In Europe they are under much, much stricter PC controls. They are also disarmed and facing a real, unified, violent invading force that is protected by their government(s).

          In the US, we are less attached to regions, and nonwhites are poorly organized and at odds with each other. We also have the first two amendments and a hard right that has been active (if suppressed) for many decades.

          The Trump phenom shows how fragile PC controls are here. That’s significant.

          Ultimately we need unapologetic white race consciousness + real political power. No telling what form it might take. The US will probably have to break up, unless we really do get mass deportation & a wall. But even then, if we don’t see race realism de-stigmatized, the problem will grow back. The enemy is within.

          • Correct! It is remarkable that every other race is the US can be ‘race conscious’ but when whites do it then they are called ‘raaaaacist’. I am tired of that and will not put up with it anymore. This corrupt government and some minorities are afraid of a united white front because they know when whites unite nothing can stop them. We (whites) should realize that also.

  4. While buzzin round the ole web today.I came across a few things I will share here …
    first from Ambrose I watched this ..and agree this is the future for USA soon..unless we stop it..

    sad to see England fall to this ..
    and then this about what was to be in store for Trump if he went to the debate tonite…

    and lastly a look at some shady dealings ..

    have a good one all

  5. Spurwing Plover


  6. One way that I use to tell who is who is to wait for the phrase or some similar utterance “the government needs to do this or that”. When ever one of these fools goes to getting the government to do something, then they are a progressive and whether Repub, Dem, stated right, stated left, or any other position, once they want a progressive response, they are on the other side and need to go. Beck always goes on about something he wants to government to do, he might want drugs off the street, or prostitutes off the street, or some other issue were he pushes his moral agenda via the government. Enough is enough, we need the government out of our lives. Regulations, sure, they may be necessary, but to a point. Once regulations are used to supersede our freedom then they are wrong. A for instance, someone over the age of 65 can not get their insurance to pay for muscle relaxants as some fool did a study and found they might be dangerous to that age group. Sure they might be, but that is what you have a doctor for. The list goes on, but anytime the government gets involved, shit happens.

  7. Nice work, Bill! It appears we at AWD are the only ones who can see the Republican masquerade.


  8. the Fox and Cuban connection…..or how to stack the deck….

    oh what tangled webs we weave……when first we practice to …etc etc

  9. Coldeadhands

    Thanks for accurately diagnosing the malaise I’ve been experiencing for years.

  10. Conservative TV personalities are actors……..

    Hannity is a “faux” conservative…….IT’S A JOB…….

    So says a friend that claims to know him from the old days.

    • Disgusted Caucasian

      IMO Hannity is a fraud. His best buddy is none other than leftist Bob Beckel. Beckel spends so much time at Hannity’s long Island mansion that Hannity’s kids refer to Beckel as uncle Beckel. The company you keep…….

  11. Off subject…..

    Over at “Western Rifle”, they have an interesting and historical article that parallels the current moslem invasion of the West. It’s worth the read.

  12. Thanks, excellent article.

  13. Quartierleblanc

    Nice article. It may be a bit off topic, however I think the key to Trump is that he has attacked and damaged the MSM. They no longer control the narrative and are royally pissed off about it. People underestimate the power of the MSM. After all, we’re now in a country where they can push an agenda where a nut case man who thinks he is a woman is normal. It hasn’t gotten any crazier since the Salem Witch Trials.

  14. Matheson’s article was spot on.

  15. Has anyone noticed how Cuckabee and Santorum have curiously drifted over to the Trump camp?

    While, I will admit that Santorum has stuck his neck out farther than most of the establishment RINOs on the issue of immigration – and he even made a speech a few years ago that dared to gently, and somewhat timidly, touch on the ‘race’ issue and how critical that ingredient can be in order for assimilation to work most effectively – he is still what I would call an establishment insider. And, both he and Cuckabee are firmly in the pocket of the Israel First Lobby and these guys never miss an opportunity to genuflect at the feet of that lobby. Plus, they are both neocons.

    I read this ‘drift’ as solid evidence that the lobby has realized that they cannot stop the Trump Express, so they are dusting off one of their well known alternative tactics – they are attempting to send their neocon moles into the camp of the ‘enemy’, and try to convince the leader of their opposition – in this case, Trump – that these moles have seen the light and are his legitimate and genuine allies.

    I’m hoping that Trump is smart and savvy enough to not be fooled by this attempt at infiltration.

    I remember hitting the website that Mitt Romney had set up when he ran against Obama, and I was literally amazed at the list of names that appeared there under the category of his ‘advisers’. Despite the fact that Jorge Wmd Bush left office with a 22% approval rating and that the American people were so disgusted with him and angry about the wars that he and Cheney and the neocons had lied us into – and Dubya was so reviled that nobody in the GOP who were running for President that year wanted the guy anywhere near any of their campaign rallies because he was seen as the kiss of death to their campaigns – here, on Mitt Romney’s website – was a list of names of almost every single one of these lying, greasy, sleazy neocons who had infested the Bush-Cheney Administration!

    A Romney victory would have been an extension of the despised Bush-Cheney Administration and a certain continuation, and probably an acceleration, of the neo-cons war mongering agenda – with new wars against Iran and probably against Russia and China. Granted, Obongo has not been much better – but, if he deserves credit for anything – its the fact that he has refused to attack Iran and risk triggering a thermo-nuclear WW3, which is exactly what these mentally insane psychopath neocons like William Kristol are lusting to do.

    If Trump is naive enough to not be on the alert for swarms of neo-cons to flood into his organization and try to position themselves in all the critical spots necessary to either stymie his America-First agendas and to try to hijack his administration and steer it into the same destructive directions that began with the Bush-Cheney Administration, i.e., endless wars and meddling in the affairs of foreign nations all over the world, then that is exactly what the neocons will do.

  16. Hank Rearden

    Glen Beck is a closet homosexual.

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