Perfect – Trump Tells Macron: “They were starting to learn German in Paris before the U.S. came along”…

This is what I call representing the red-blooded patriotic American.  Plain-speak, direct truth; what every middle-American would say to in the same or similar circumstance. And ironically, this is also (almost verbatim) one of the reasons Donald Trump earned my support in 2015:


The blood of Americans, provided the current freedom of France. Period.

Our inherent American DNA strain is liberty and freedom.  Within that core we achieve, drive, and transfer our united national essence into everything we do.  Even the wealth and economics of our nation are dependent on this cornerstone; it drives our entrepreneurial existence.  We know how to do things, create things, and think completely outside the box on new and innovative ideas for things.

Yes, we are exceptional like that.


  • Florida Power and Light won the prestigious International Edward Demming award for excellence in multi-platform engineering and efficiency superiority. They didn’t blow every global PhD business intellectual out of the water with slide rules, CAD programs and engineering acumen. They did it with hard hats and dirty fingernails.

Because they lost the award, the Japanese spent 6 months studying FP&L and later published a 1,000 page dissertation essentially saying FP&L “wasn’t really good, they were just lucky”….. FPL field leadership laughed, took out markers and wrote on the back of their hard hats: WE’RE NOT GOOD, WE’RE RUCKY….

  • When every single Kuwaiti oil field was blown up by Saddam Hussein, they said it would take 5 years to cap them all off and restart their oil pumping industry. The Kuwaiti’s and Saudi’s called Texans, who had them all capped and back in working order in 6 to 10 months.

We are a nation that knows how to get shit done.

  • When the Northern Chile mine workers were trapped two miles underground, they said no-one could save them. Who did they call for help? A bunch of hick miners from USA coal country who went down there, worked on the fly, engineered the rescue equipment on site, and saved everyone of them….

That’s our America.

  • When a half-breed Islamic whack job, armed with an AK-47 and a goal to meet his virgins, began opening fire on a train in France – the Americans on board didn’t run to the nearest safe room and hide themselves amid baguettes and brie. They said “let’s go”, and beat the stuffing out of that little Islamic nut with a death wish.

Legion d’Honneur or not, that’s us.  That’s just how we roll.

Lady Liberty can stroll along the Champs-Elysées with a swagger befitting Mae West because without her arrival they’d be speaking German in the Louvre.  Yet for the better part of the past decade a group of intellectual something-or-others have been teaching an insufferable story-line that it’s better to be sitting around a campfire eating sustainable algae cakes and picking parasites off each other.


When I hear Donald Trump say “Let’s Make America Great Again”, I also hear the familiar echo “cowboy up” people.

It’s high time we stop being embarrassed about our exceptional nature, and start being proud of it again.   Because when it matters most, when it really counts, when it’s really needed, there’s a whole bunch of people all around this world of ours that are mighty happy when swagger walks in to solve their problems.

Yeah, “let’s make America great again”.

Swagger on !

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460 Responses to Perfect – Trump Tells Macron: “They were starting to learn German in Paris before the U.S. came along”…

  1. Harlan says:

    France: “We HATE you.”

    US: “Go piss up a rope.”

    Liked by 9 people

    • Anonymous says:



      • Anonymous says:

        As Trump said:

        Liked by 10 people

        • mr.piddles says:

          Ooh, did I just slap you in the face? Why, yes. Yes I did. That’s right behind “I would never call Kim Jong Un fat”.

          Liked by 3 people

        • JimmyJack says:

          because France isn’t France anymore. France isn’t France.


        • Annie Ok says:

          I love this article, it says so much about us, Americans, as a people, as a culture, as a living and breathing set of ideas and principles. And it says just as much about our spectacular President, who is truly one of us. Am watching an old series about Abraham Lincoln, based on Carl Sandburg’s bio of LIncoln, where Lincoln is played by Hal Halbrook. Now I see what Dinesh D’Souza meant — how much Trump resembles Lincoln, and how much the Trump presidency resembles the Lincoln presidency. All I can say is, to paraphrase Julie Andrews in The Sound of Music, to be lucky enough to have Donald Trump as our President, “we must have done something good.”…..

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    • mr.piddles says:

      This underlying current has always been there, and was always sorta baked in the gâteau. Remember at some point in the past 10 or 15 years there was a push to boycott french fries? :^p The difference now is Macron saying the sorts of things he’s saying, and not just recently either (his trip to the U.S.). It’s kinda unbelievable, really. Or maybe maybe it fits in with present day world politics, particularly as it relates to U.S.-Europe relations. *shrug*

      Liked by 4 people

      • Ronald Hellesvig says:

        I remember when DeGaulle made his disparaging remarks about us when he pulled out of NATO. Mr Piddle is right

        Liked by 2 people

      • paulyho39 says:

        He wants to stand up for HIS country? He SHOULD..rightfully so…and by the same token, so should WE here in the good ol’ US of A! Because he stands up for France, doesn’t mean he is demeaning the US..and vice versa…we can stand up for the US, not demeaning any other country! That’s what our President is doing, and we as a country should stand with him in this!


  2. Roger Pinkley says:

    France…Americans are selfish…POTUS pay your NATO bills freeloaders….Priceless…My POTUS loves his country and has big brass ones…onward to 2020 where Hillary plans her grand comeback…with Doctor Huge needle on her arm.

    Liked by 6 people

  3. Lillie Belle says:

    “Johnny , get your gun, get your gun, get your gun
    Take it on the run, on the run, on the run
    Hear them calling you and me, every son of liberty
    Hurry right away, no delay, go today
    Make your daddy glad to have had such a lad
    Tell your sweetheart not to pine
    To be glad her boy’s in line.
    Over there, over there
    Send the word, send the word over there
    That the Yanks are coming, the Yanks are coming
    The drums rum-tumming everywhere
    So prepare, say a prayer
    Send the word, send the word to beware
    We’ll be over, we’re coming over
    And we won’t come back till it’s over, Over There.” George M. Cohan

    Liked by 8 people

  4. TreeClimber says:

    POTUS can diss the whole world, as long as he stays American I don’t care. xD

    Liked by 3 people

  5. Cathy M. says:

    “FP&L “wasn’t really good, they were just lucky”….. FPL field leadership laughed, took out markers and wrote on the back of their hard hats: “WE’RE NOT GOOD, WE’RE RUCKY”….


    Liked by 7 people

  6. Mark james says:

    I am an Electronics engineer in Utah. Several years ago I was working for a small Hi-Tech electronics company and we were purchased by a partially French government-owned electronics company who made similar products. During one of our meetings they showed us one of the circuit boards from one of their modular products. It was covered with jumper wires and tacked on components and typically looked like one of our PC boards in an early prototype stage. We asked why they didn’t just print a new circuit board to get rid of all the messy modifications. They said it takes 6 to 9 months and cost a lot of money to do that. We responded that we could incorporate all the modifications and changes into a new printed circuit card and do it in less than 2 weeks. At this point the head of the French engineering department stood up and called us liars and fools and that it could not be done. So after they left we printed a new circuit board stuffed it with the appropriate components tested it to make sure that ran properly and sent it to them in the mail less than 2 weeks from the time of our meeting. Yay France. In France you can’t even fire a bad employee without permission from the employee union and the government. This is why they are so horribly inefficient.

    Liked by 16 people

    • Sneaky Pete says:

      Yeah, but you’re in Utah. I hear that place still works. Try and run an election in the US.

      Yeah yeah Macron’s a horse’s ass, and France is no longer a great power. But they were, and for a very long time. We should be so lucky.

      Liked by 2 people

      • YvonneMarie says:

        You are right.

        Liked by 2 people

      • Pat says:

        You are right. They WERE a great power. And when they WERE, they sent Lafayette to help the US win the revolution against England. But that was THEN. Since we have returned the favor TWICE, it is not too much to expect them to teach that to their youth. And as for “we should be so lucky”, luck had/has nothing to do with our greatness. And it will last far longer than any other country in history.


    • spoogels says:

      Too much foie gras!

      Liked by 1 person

    • WSB says:

      When I was working on Euro Disney, we never called anyone of our colleagues in France after lunch. Ever.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Kent says: least they like muslims……


    • A French friend of mine tells me that their horrible labor laws also aim to prevent an entrepreneur/owner from working OT in his/her own business!

      I’ve said elsewhere that I love France, where I’ve spent a lot of time. Despite their stiff-necked rhetoric, the French do in creating beauty in the arts and on the table. But in politics and the law their innate devotion for didactic argumentation gets them every time. That strain was apparent in the French revolution, the guillotine, and their destruction of the Church for the idea of a “civil religion”. French love to argue but are typically not pragmatic in politics, which is likely why they are working on the Fifth Republic (form of government) since the French Revolution.

      And don’t forget that much of post-modernist theory (Derrida, Claude Levy-Strauss) was birthed in Paris. These travesties were the birth of the garbage political correctness and “intersectionality” that infest our American universities.

      American exceptionalism birthed patriots that sacrificed for Europe to save it TWICE! (and then a third time, arguably, via the Marshall Plan). SD rightly cites some terrific examples of the ingenuity of average citizens. This was key in on-the-ground battles against the Nazis. (The example I recall is our ability to effectively use grenades because Americans are skilled baseball players).

      Liked by 6 people

    • JimmyJack says:

      Thanks. I appreciate hearing stories like this.


    • MAGA_Elite says:

      Nobody has ever confused the French w/being engineers…the Germans are engineers…all cultures have their strengths (and weaknesses), which is why, at a basic level, global trade makes sense – I’m really good at making this and you’re really good at making that, it’s more efficient for me to make more of these and you to make more of those and just sell the excesses to each other (again, at a basic level – where it currently is now is not basic, nor do I believe is it operating fairly)…what’s sad is implying this, in those terms (terms of cultures being good/bad at specific things) is somehow deemed racist or xenophobic – EVEN when we focus on the strengths, it’s so annoying and childish and severely lacks rationality….


    • paulyho39 says:

      Wow! Impressive!


  7. spoogels says:


    Because Petain was a good WW1 soldier

    President Emmanuel Macron said on Wednesday it was “legitimate” to pay tribute to Marshal Philippe Petain


    Marshal Pétain and French nationalism: The interwar years and Vichy

    Liked by 3 people

    • Charlie says:

      And he’s married to an educator. Wonder, Paris have common core?

      Liked by 3 people

      • southernsue says:

        everyone on this board is forgetting one thing
        the one world order crowd/illuminati
        that is who controls macron
        and his older wife is macron’s handler to keep him in line with the one world order crowd

        another thing to remember is that
        russia and the USA are the two super powers that keep the one world order crowd at bay

        the european union needs the USA and russia in order for their one world order dominance to be fulfilled
        once the illuminatie has control of the major western countries,then the rest of the world will fall in place for them

        hence,the hatred towards trump
        and imho,putin is playing an on the fence game with the european leaders
        putin and trump do not want their country’s sovereignty taken
        putin loves russia
        trump loves America

        the tide is rising and we shall see how this all plays out
        however, the illuminati,one world order plan has been in the works since ancient times

        this is also written in the book of revelation


        • paulyho39 says:

          I can’t help thinking of what happened to the “one worlders” at the Tower of Babel! Somehow, God decided it would not be good!


  8. spoogels says:

    France’s national Railway SNCF transported 76 000 Jews to Auschwitz .

    They only paid out in 2015 after they were forced to do so because the US refused to let them bid for lucrative railway contracts

    SNCF is currently bidding on US rail contracts, including in the state of Maryland, where lawmakers have pushed for reparations for survivors.

    As part of the deal, the US government will try to end lawsuits and other claims against SNCF that have been made in Maryland, New York, Florida and California

    France agrees Holocaust SNCF rail payout with US

    Liked by 3 people

    • JimmyJack says:

      It is well known that France was anti Semitic and more than happy to allow Hitler to do as he wished with French Jews. It wasn’t until he cracked the whip at the French that they began mohave a problem with him. (Resistance was small by comparison although brave).

      Liked by 1 person

      • JimmyJack says:

        Meant ao add I wonder if this lingering anti Semitism isn’t part of what is fueling the French to allow Muslims flood the country and engage in anti Semitic behaviors at will.

        Liked by 2 people

  9. spoogels says:

    A new EU army must operate with a single language. Otherwise it cannot function. I will hazard a guess the new army will be taking its instructions from Berlin & in German.

    Can’t wait to see the look on the French people’s faces when they are told French is their second language!

    So the French will be speaking German after all!!!!!

    Liked by 4 people

  10. spoogels says:

    Churchill on De Gaulle

    The greatest cross I have to bear is the cross of Lorraine” was Churchill’s wartime judgment on de Gaulle

    Liked by 4 people

  11. spoogels says:

    And the ultimate snub
    Trump must withdraw from NATO totally if they do this. Afterall they dont need NATO protection if they have their own army now do they?

    When France Pulled the Plug on a Crucial Part of NATO

    Liked by 3 people

    • The EU army has nothing to do with protecting Europe from outside threats. The purpose of an EU army would be to get troops under the direct control of EU federalists. Currently troops in Europe are under the control of the member states or NATO. EU itself has no troops at the moment, so it can’t send troops to force a reluctant member state to get back in line and let itself to be inundated with the 3rd world invaders.

      Liked by 1 person

  12. spoogels says:

    So um if the French and Germans want their own army, they could ask Hugo Boss to design the uniforms… Ha Ha

    Like Hugo Boss did for the Nazis!!!!

    Liked by 2 people

  13. HB says:

    All their men dying in wwi didn’t help that country one bit.

    Liked by 1 person

  14. WSB says:

    That photo is EPIC! That smirk on our Lion is telltale in that the little toy Poodle is begging for attention again.

    Every Twitter warrior should tweet SD’s article over to Macron’s account!

    Warrior on…and Vives Aux Etats-Unis!

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  15. aumechanic says:

    French frogs, they fight with their feet and screw with their mouths.


  16. V says:

    Very good article, Sundance!
    (Although I love the best of France, its delicious food, beautiful language, architecture and landscape, friendly French in the countryside, Edith Piaf and the true French Resistance.)

    Speaking of learning German, it would behoove the current fake resistance in the US who embrace socialism and attack Pres. Trump for the use of the ordinary stand-alone word “nationalist” to learn the actual words for which “Nazi” is an acronym:

    Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei
    National Socialist German Workers’ Party
    commonly referred to in English as the Nazi Party

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  17. Linda Jean Burkett says:

    The Belgians weren’t very fond of the French during and after WW2. It’s a wonder they could get all those EU countries together to form their failing confederacy. Machron’s all puffed up like a little frog.

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  18. rumpole2 says:

    Apparently Merkel also in favor of a EU army…..

    I dont think Emmanuel has thought this thing through. The last time Germany raised an army it did not work out well for France.

    Liked by 2 people

  19. JimmyJack says:

    As a person who traveled extensively for business in Europe for quite some time I have said similar things to haughty individuals in France, England, Ireland and Italy. I’m probably forgetting some place. So this sentiment is near and dear to this history fanatic’s heart. I was THRILLED to see this tweet today and have sent it to all my Trump supporting non twitter friends.

    The wine comment was also hilarious especially in light of the fact that Trump owns successful wineries whose wines have won gold medals.

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  20. TMonroe says:

    Would you like some freedom fries with that?


  21. Kid Jupiter says:

    Macron is a closet case who ‘married’ a woman old enough to be his mother.


  22. Kerry_On says:

    Like virtually all of the posters here, I loved POTUS’s “In Your Face” rebuttal of “Little Mannie” but I find in it an echo of how we need to deal with much of the SJW, politically correct nonsense right here at home.

    I believe that we Conservatives have played defense long enough. To date, our response to the Progressive smears of “Racist” etc. has only been denial.. “I am NOT a Racist”. Perhaps it is time that we follow our Lion and go for the throat of those who would see out nation undone and over run by whatever third world rejects that expect us to be responsible for THEIR failures. We get in the FACE of reporters and challenge their questions. We need to get in the FACE of marchers and demonstrators. We start to agitate for choking off funding to universities that suppress free speech or foster socialists and anti-American teachings. We need to agitate for the removal of Marxist professors. We put pressure on the government AND alumni of of these Leftist cesspools.

    Why is it only the Left that can use economic boycotts? What if Conservatives organize serious boycott movements targeting, let’s say ,any company that advertises on CNN? Use THEIR tactics against them. The possibilities are limitless. All these Progressives are mini

    The point being we are tired of this nonsense from the non-productive fringes of America. WE are the innovators. WE are the entrepreneurs. We need to grab the ball and start to take the game to THEM. We need to play OFFENSE.


  23. Cooper45 says:

    Macron is a fool for criticizing Trump for his “dangerous nationalism” that allegedly only looks after the needs of America despite the near annihilation of ISIS and the smothering of most of the civil war in Syria. US Forces worked in tandem at times with Russian forces and the present success has greatly reduced the mass immigration of Syrian and other refugees that were flooding into Europe. Obama the Nobel Prize winning globalist rock star was exceedingly popular with Europeans but his failed red line bluff and other dithering failures allowed ISIS to thrive under his watch.

    Trump, the so called isolationist nationalist. is the only prominent leader promoting the idea that “talking with Putin, Chairman Kim and other non typical leaders” is a good thing, not a bad thing. Did the poseur Macron forget about Trump’s success (so far) with North Korea? Macron appears to be an egghead politician espousing silly theories in a desperate attempt to increase his popularity as Trump noted. But he seems to deliberately ignore the results when it fits his political agenda.


  24. Cooper45 says:

    The French have a knack for being “nationalistic,” unappreciative and duplicitous and history often records it.
    Trump’s tweet about Paris reminded me about the politics that saddled Eisenhower during the War. The link below is worth reading, if anyone is interested in relearning the outrageous facts about the liberation of Paris as it happened and not how the duplicitous French tell it.

    A few decades ago during a joint tour of Europe, some WW II American, British and Canadian vets were outraged when they were shown a short film in the Arc de Triomphe’s Museum that showed the French liberating Paris and De Gaulle being cheered by the French people, There was no mention of any of the allied forces in that film which is typical French behavior.

    Canadians played a part in freeing France (ie Juno Beach D-Day etc) but in July 1967, French President Charles DeGaulle was welcomed by Canadian officials with respect and honor to Montreal, Quebec for a state visit at Expo 67. This was a time when Quebec radical separatists were getting very serious. DeGaulle made a speech from the steps of City Hall on 24 July 1967 proclaiming, “Vive le Québec libre.” (Long live Free Quebec)

    This duplicitous act on Canadian soil energized the Quebec separatist movement for years as they looked toward unity with France and not English Canada. English-Canadian/French relations were at a new low for sometime. His forked tongue visit was cancelled and PM Pearson made a televised speech condemning the speech.

    When I heard what Macron had said about President Trump to the world, I remembered De Gaulle’s speech. Never trust a French leader, they tend to negatively surprise their supposed friends when you least expect it.


  25. jeans2nd says:

    Manny should really stay up with the times. Everyone knows globalism is on the way out, and nationalism is on the rise.

    Manny should really read Gregory Copley’s latest book, “Sovereignty in the 21st Century.” Mr. Copley, chief editor of “Defense and Foreign Affairs,” eloquently points out that globalism and nationalism is cyclical, and the cycle has been turning back to nationalism for quite some time.

    Perhaps it is too much of that inferior French wine that clouds Manny’s vision. Perhaps it is hanging out with so many old wymyn. Who knows?
    Who cares?
    Poor Manny. So young, and already behind the times.
    Call us for your next crisis, Manny. We’ll be Over Here. Cannon fodder no more.


  26. 4EDouglas says:

    Read the article with the theme from :”The Magnificent Seven.” playing in the back ground. BTW President Trump looks great in that Stetson-Reaganesque if you will..


  27. namberak says:

    I lived in France for awhile as a kid, speak the language and have visited in the years since and when Macron — whose wife is childless and old enough to be his mother, just sayin’ — uncorked that line about nationalism I burst out loud laughing. The biggest nationalist in the world in the 20th century was some 6’5″ guy with a terrible profile named Charles de Gaulle. If not for his extreme nationalism, France as we have known it wouldn’t even exist. Excuse the terminology, but Macron is a putz. (Also, de Gaulle uncorked one of the great quotes about France ever: “A country with 265 kinds of cheese is ungovernable.”)


    • V says:

      Funny. When I watch French TV and they start with the politics, I burst out laughing, too. Their attempts at “serious” discussion just looks so comical to me. Reminds me of the hilarious scene in “Who’s Killing the Great Chefs of Europe” where one chef says to another, “I speet on your pigeon.”


      • V says:

        Ahhhh, here it is! A two-minute clip. It ends before the “spit on your pigeon” line, but here’s a little taste of the hilarious satire of French chefs:


  28. swal106 says:

    It cannot be forgotten that these are the same French attitudes that fired on our ships and troops that were trying to save them from Germany in WWII. They had to be told we would blow them out of the water if they fired on us again. It appears they’re still the same.


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