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I tell it true: Tucker Carlson is truly great, he is just a tad bit slow on the uptake. Or maybe Andrew Anglin is simply an expertly fast uptaker.

Regardless of the state of the neurological uptake systems at work here, the fact is that eventually, Tucker eventually gets to the point.

On Tuesday, he got to what might be the single most important point of all at this current hour, which is that the violence on January 6 at the Capitol was carried out by agents of the FBI. As you know, I’ve been saying that since the event happened. On the very night of the event, I published an article entitled “Charlottesville 2 in DC,” explaining that the entire event was set up by the feds to create a narrative. There was nothing organic about it.

On January 28, I reported on the fact that the leader of the Proud Boys was an FBI informant working as an undercover agent. That same week, I noted that the people identified as breaking the windows were members of the Proud Boys. On February 10, I reported that the leader of the Oath Keepers was also an FBI agent. I have also pointed out that the pipe bomb hoax is totally fake, and that proving that would unravel the entire hoax. I have pushed these issues obsessively and continually.

On June 14, Revolver.News published a piece entitled, “Unindicted Co-Conspirators in 1/6 Cases Raise Disturbing Questions of Federal Foreknowledge,” revealing the information that is in that headline. The whole event was filled with “agent provocateur” FBI shills. That’s AFTER the cops disappeared from the Capitol grounds almost completely, and the ones who remained waved in the protesters.

Tucker’s Tuesday piece cited that article. He explained that the people promoting violence on January 6 were cops, and suggested accurately that the entire thing was planned by the cops.

The segment went viral on The Columbia Bugle’s Twitter.

(Here’s another version of it.)

I had to fight back tears when Revolver was introduced as “the last honest outlet on the internet,” but the segment was simply fantastic.

Finally. Finally. Finally.

The entire event was staged by the cops.

The media has gone into overdrive trying to shut this down. Chris Hayes did a segment saying that asking any questions about the FBI having all of these undercover agents and informants involved in the January 6 event is a QAnon conspiracy.

In much more serious business, Andrew Cuomo brought on Andrew McCabe – the former Assistant Director of the FBI! – to try to claim this is all a big mix-up.

All these networks have been doing nonstop segments saying it isn’t real.

While not on air, the media is out there tweeting up a storm.

None of them are giving any explanation as to why all of these cops were at the event engaging in acts of violence and encouraging others to do so.

Twitter actually did give an explanation – they put a bizarre label on the Tucker segment, saying that the informants that were at the event did nothing wrong, and that they can’t be charged with crimes for engaging in false flag acts of violence.

On Wednesday, Tucker responded to Twitter’s strange admission with another killer segment.

This is the heart of the matter, right here. The way the media is freaking out proves that beyond any shadow of a doubt.

And God bless him, Matt Gaetz is bringing the issue to Congress.

That should at least partially make up for the fact that he voted to make Juneteenth a holiday!

We expect that from “Madam I’m Sorry” Greene, but not from you, Matt!

Very weird but, okay – nevermind that.

Let’s get this investigation going.

Let’s force the Biden Government to explain why both the Proud Boys and the Oath Keepers were run by feds, get them to explain why they are shilling this pipe bomb hoax, why the cops invited people into the Capitol, why there were all of these agents there committing acts of violence.

They can’t explain any of that, which means that this entire stupid, fake, dumb hoax about a “domestic terrorism threat” has to be thrown out completely.

The threat is the feds. It’s the same threat that has existed for decades in this country. The people that are going to commit violence, the people that want to take away your rights, the people who want to hurt your family – they are not QAnon believers, and they are not Russians or Chinamen: they are agents of the federal government.

If we prove that this entire 1/6 thing was a fed hoax – and it shouldn’t be hard to prove! – the Biden Government has to back off of all of this stuff they are doing to hunt down and imprison white people for disagreeing with the media. That’s just first off. Then, from there, we can begin to investigate all of these other hoaxes committed by the Department of Justice and the FBI in order to silence and enslave normal everyday Americans who just want to live their lives in peace.

They can’t wiggle out of this one.

The jig is up!

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  1. Fear is the only tool of a government that rules without the consent of the people.

    • Agree: Richard B
    • Replies: @Richard B
  2. Putin is doing his part talking about this shit at the so called summit. But merely exposing the FBI will have no affect. This false flag attack was carried out under the flag of the domestic opposition. This is what they do just before they kill you. We can’t vote these fuckers out. And we can’t win a shoot out against them. We have to remove ourselves from their jurisdiction.

  3. anonymous[139] • Disclaimer says:

    I worry about Tucker’s well being. He’s been hitting the mark very well these days and one wonders if there’s those who’ll try to set him up or otherwise try to harm him.

  4. sulu says:

    Tucker has someone powerful behind him. You can’t stay on a major network saying the things he says without the right people behind you. The big question I have is where is all this supposed to lead? The formation of a White Power movement? Tucker eventually running for office? Is Tucker simply controlled opposition?

    It’s obvious the F.B.I. is 100% compromised. They are running with the narrative that “White Supremacy” is the biggest threat to government. That is a completely Jewish narrative so we know who holds the F.B.I.’s leash. I wonder who is holding Tucker’s leash?

    Sulu

    • Replies: @Richard B
  5. Anonymous[274] • Disclaimer says:

    ‘Twas ever thus. Watergate was a John Dean operation from start to finish to protect his huah girlfriend and Gulf War I happened because Ambassador April Glaspie gave Saddam Hussein permission. On the bright side we got to test new weapons systems and a lot of folks got their CIB.

    And now thanks to our 44th white President we’ve invaded Syria and apparently aren’t leaving. That’s just wrong.

  6. Ok, lookey here Monsieur Anglin! You have done a very naughty thing. Emperor Spencer and his apollonians will not be happy with this.

    Support the lockdowns.

    Trust the New York Times.

    Get the vaccine

    Vote Biden

    Jack off to Macron

    and

    Simp French hookers.

    That’s the real Nietzschean thing to do!

  7. Svevlad says:

    People simply find it difficult to accept. After all, rationally, the federal government shitting on it’s own population is absolutely imbecilic, and makes no sense.

    Except, this thing happens, and often is the cause of, collapsing states/empires/civilizations. Disloyalty and corruption in the security apparatus and the bureaucracy. So the tools which are meant to be used by the people, start (ab)using the people.

  8. onebornfree says: • Website

    “The threat is the feds. It’s the same threat that has existed for decades in this country. The people that are going to commit violence, the people that want to take away your rights, the people who want to hurt your family – they are not QAnon believers, and they are not Russians or Chinamen: they are agents of the federal government.”

    This “just” in :

    “Because they are all ultimately funded via both direct and indirect theft [taxes], and counterfeiting [central bank monopolies], all governments are essentially, at their very cores, 100% corrupt criminal scams which cannot be “reformed”or “improved”,simply because of their innate criminal nature.” onebornfree

    “The State is, and always has been, the great single enemy of the human race, its liberty, happiness, and progress.”Murray Rothbard

    “Taking the State wherever found, striking into its history at any point, one sees no way to differentiate the activities of its founders, administrators and beneficiaries from those of a professional-criminal class.”      Albert J. Nock

    Regards, onebornfree

    • Replies: @Bert
  9. Baxter says:

    The FBI has a budget of about 9.5 billion. Let us say the FBI has 100 paid informants working for them, and let’s say they are paid $70,000/yr. +expenses of $1,000,000 each (undercover work, etc.). That would come to $107,000,000.
    Now let’s say the FBI has 1,000 paid informants-same salary and expenses. That total now comes to $1,070,000,000. That would be about 1/9 of their budget. Of course, the FBI probably doesn’t spend that much on covert work in America. The point I want to make is this-it really wouldn’t be very expensive for the Federal gov. to have a large, full-time domestic undercover network of people spying, infiltrating, setting-up, or manipulating groups and individuals in America.
    Food for thought.

    • Replies: @Richard B
  10. Richard B says:
    @Robert Dolan

    Fear is the only tool of a government that rules without the consent of the people.

    Exactly. Fear and Terror.

    Speaking of which, the elite is just as much behind The War on Terror as they are behind January 6th. And that Fear and Terror approach to infiltration, subversion, destruction and death can be traced all the way back to Deuteronomy.

    https://www.unz.com/book/douglas_reed__the-controversy-of-zion/

    From the article:

    The way the media is freaking out proves that beyond any shadow of a doubt.

    Reminds me of what Nietzsche once said, in so many words.

    Whenever anyone overreacts it means they’re lying to themselves about something.

  11. When police establish a working group to carry out a plan, they give it a codename. Operation Fast and Furious and Project Gunrunner are well known. You can google them.

    The infiltration of OathKeepers, Proudboys and Three Percent by the FBI has a working codename. We need to know what that name is.

    The operation began under Trump, which begs the question: did the DOJ inform the POTUS? The OathKeepers are a national, fraternal NGO of police and military members who provided security at Trump rallies, working alongside the secret service.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  12. Richard B says:
    @sulu

    I wonder who is holding Tucker’s leash?

    I think what Gilad says in this video helps explain that.

    But, of course, there’s another answer (or answers).

    One is that the elite don’t want to completely eliminate the opposotion, just control it. Which also means, propping it up.

    Why? Because it gives them the opportunity to demonstrate their mastery over the public.

    How? By being the ones, the only ones, able to turn on and off the heat.

  13. onebornfree says: • Website

    “The threat is the feds. It’s the same threat that has existed for decades in this country. The people that are going to commit violence, the people that want to take away your rights, the people who want to hurt your family – they are not QAnon believers, and they are not Russians or Chinamen: they are agents of the federal government.”

    The FBI has to go. There is nothing in the constitution allowing the existence of a federal national crime agency. There only a couple of crimes listed in the constitution [2? Or 3?- can’t even be bothered to check right now].

    More than that, ALL [ie 1000’s] of the other entirely unconstitutional federal agencies have to go, at the same time.

    Here’s a partial list, in no particular order: CIA, ATF, SEC, IRS, EPA, Dept. of Education, DEA, NASA, CDC, Homeland Security. I’m sure others here can think of many, many more.

    As far as I’m aware, to date there has been only one candidate for US president who has ever suggested doing such a “radical” thing [ie returning the Federal government to its original, strictly limited, constitutional functions], and that was Harry Browne, who ran twice, in 1996 and 2000.

    There was nothing in either Ron Pauls stated campaign goals, or Trumps, that got anywhere even close to Harry Brownes stated “radical” goals. Heck, if either had campaigned on a platform to just cut the Federal government across the board by 50%, although far from perfect, that would be a good start at least, and I’d probably have supported either of their campaigns.

    Book: “Why Government Doesn’t Work” by Harry Browne
    https://wiki.mises.org/wiki/Why_Government_Doesn%27t_Work

    Regards, onebornfree

    • Replies: @Mulga Mumblebrain
  14. Mihilus says:

    Its too easy to predict the outcome of this. They’re gonna find some inconclusive evidence where each side is just going to rationalize and believe what they want to believe. I strongly suspect this is so by design.

  15. Richard B says:
    @Baxter

    I agree Baxter that it wouldn’t be a big expensive for them.

    But, given the way they operate they don’t need to pay a lot of them. All they need to do is search their database for individuals either up for parole, on probation, or who have cases pending for anything from drug charges to domestic abuse, etc. even pedophilia.

    Once they’ve got them they can either bargain for reduced time, etc. or they can simply force them to either do what they’re told and keep their mouth shut, or go to jail.

    Easy choice, at least for them.

    Either way we can rest assured that the Accounting Department is not left out of the conversation. And, since their objective is to cut costs they probably just tell the agents to simply continue trolling their own database for those they don’t have to pay.

    As many know by now this kind of thing has been going on for ages.

  16. MEH 0910 says:

    The Unz Review Retweeted:

  17. Sulu says:
    @Richard B

    Depressing as hell but it makes perfect sense. It also speaks to the Jewish need to rub their enemies faces in it. It’s not enough for them to get over. They need to crow about it too.

    Sulu

  18. @Richard B

    https://www.c-span.org/video/?457758-1/countering-anti-semitism-racism-xenophobia

    Jewish Council for Public Affairs national conference, panelists focused on countering hate, including anti-Semitism, racism, and xenophobia. Among the panelists included a former FBI agent who investigated hate crimes.

    Integrity First for America — the outfit prosecuting organizers of Charlottesville protest, with goal of “crushing . . . bankrupting . . . silencing” them for the rest of their lives.

    In the course of this discussion, panelists boasted that FBI is fully on-board with ADL agenda. FBI serves the Jewish – ADL agenda.

    ___
    PS Good discussion from Gilad, but I disagree completely with the woman’s introductory remarks.

    Lying about WWII should be a hate crime.

  19. anon5656 says:

    The fundamental unit of a living organism is the ‘cell’. An organism is healthy when these cells all work together in metabolic harmony.

    When these cells begin to multiply uncontrollably and turn on the organism, it is called ‘cancer’.

    A living organism with untreated cancer invariably dies, sometimes horribly.

    The fundamental unit of a society is the individual. A society is healthy when individuals work cohesively to sustain and promote the interests of their society.

    When individuals in a society begin to attack and turn on other individuals in the society, either physically or psychologically through propaganda or other coercive or dishonest means, then the individuals that make up the society are obviously no longer working cohesively.

    Such a society, by definition is not healthy, and by analogy can be said to have ‘cancer’.

    A society with unchecked cancer soon dies, sometimes horribly.

    • Replies: @Sollipsist
  20. The use of provocateurs in the Homelands by the FBI and other US and Western Gestapos is a given. Overseas its aggression, sanctions, subversion, rendition, torture and death-squads. Look at the UK example, one of many, where provocateurs infiltrated environmentalist groups for years, even fathering children, and agitating for more extreme and violent actions. The Deep State went the whole hog to stop Trump, then derail and impeach him, then steal the election (I’m no Trumpista, but by Gawd it was blatant)then defame him on January 6, and will certainly legally hound him from now until Kingdom Come. The Deep State is the one and only really existing US State, and Trump was not an initiate.

  21. The real lesson to be learned from Carlson’s video segment above, is that , THE U.S. IS FILLED WITH DESPICALBE, COWARDLY and UNPRINCIPLED PEOPLE, right at the highest levels of government. Although I am not a Bible fanatic by any measure, these people remind me of the Old Testament Story where Esau sells his birthright to Jacob for a “mess of pottage”. They similarly sell out their inheritance, the right to be American citizens and defend that right, in order to keep a “job”.

  22. @onebornfree

    One born stupid, then had ignorance thrust upon him, Government is working pretty well in China, or haven’t you noticed. Somehow I doubt that you’d do well in the ‘libertarian’ psychopaths’ beloved bellum omnium contra omnes, no matter how many guns you possess.

    • Replies: @Boomthorkell
  23. @Richard B

    The Judaic elites really believe all the waffle concerning their universal superiority to all others. After all, with barely 0.4% or so of the human population, they now control the power structures of the USA well nigh completely, and the rest of the West nearly as much. Therefore the existence of a revitalised Chinese civilization, which gives a lie to that supremacist conceit, which dares to treat Jews merely as fellow humans, and which has the effrontery to tell off a Judaic grandee like Blinken to his face, arouses their bitterest hatred. The Chinese are plainly Amalekites, and I’d bet that some secret coven of Rabbis has decreed them such.

    • Agree: Tsar Nicholas
  24. Bert says:
    @onebornfree

    Against The Grain by the sociologist James Scott reviews the ecological context for the origin of city states in Mesopotamia. Sedentism was the first step away from nomadic hunting and gathering, but it was feasible only in wetlands where primary production was channeled into to easily harvested protein sources. Sedentism facilitated the second step, which was artificial selection of grasses such that they could be cultivated in monocultures and thereby produce a food surplus. The first city states confiscated by taxation a portion of the farmers’ surplus to support state functions. And why did the elite of these small cities want the power that surplus food supported?

    Poontang! From Urban Dictionary: “poontang The center of the universe. Part of a female’s body located between her legs that is reason why all wars are ever fought. If you aren’t getting it you want it, and if you are, it’s never enough. Often times it used as the noun in sentence because, let’s face it, often times us guys don’t care what’s all around the poontang as long as it is willing to provide us access to this magical land of wonder”

    The State was invented by sociopaths who recognized it as the way for them to have harems, an atavistic desire latent in the majority of human males. From day one, the State has been the most readily available tool of sociopaths.

  25. @Mulga Mumblebrain

    It certainly works in China, but it isn’t great here.

    I don’t advocate libertarianism though unless it can be safely practiced, and here, it seems, it cannot be. We need a powerful state with strong self a control mechanisms and greater distribution of power. Though, even that isn’t enough if the people remain sheep.

  26. I don’t watch TV, aside from the occasional snippet in an article like this if it seems important to understand what’s been written (so, seldom).

    But I did push on the Chris Hayes embedded video, as his facial expression in the still’s pretty funny; like a substitute 6th grade teacher losing control of her classroom.

    What a surprise: his phrasing, inflection and affect seem modeled on Tucker Carlson. Worth watching for this reason alone.

  27. @anonymous

    I worry about Tucker’s well being.

    I agree. Let us hope he doesn’t end up committing suicide like Christopher Sign – promising career, young family and a successful book.

  28. @Robert Dolan

    I enjoy your comments, Robert, but I don’t look at any of these links with no description. Just a few words would make a big difference.

    • Agree: Commentator Mike
  29. Anonymous[184] • Disclaimer says:
    @beavertales

    The fbi/atf/cia used “Patcon” in the late 80s through 90s for okc, ruby ridge, waco, and countless other attempts to discredit militias.

  30. Mark Hunter says: • Website

    On February 10, I reported that the [sic, a] leader of the Oath Keepers was also an FBI agent.

    Oath Keepers says Thomas Caldwell was never even a member of Oath Keepers.

  31. Tony B. says:

    How is it that no one seems to be concerned about Trump pushing for a mass of people to be there at the scene on 1/6? Trump is no victim, any man who grew up with a father being pictured hugging and being hugged by a top Rothschild is NEVER innocent of events.

  32. Unanimous says:

    So Tucker is the latest greatest white hope (and no I haven’t read the article. I only look at the pictures)? You fuckers are slipping into irrelevance, and the sooner the better. The rest of us are sick of listening to you HoMoFos.

  33. PATCON consisted primarily of three FBI undercover agents posing as members of a fictional extremist group called the Veterans Aryan Movement. Three Patriot groups were the primary targets of PATCON – Civilian Materiel Assistance, the Texas Light Infantry, and the American Pistol and Rifle Association. PATCON agents roved the country for more than two years collecting intelligence on these and other Patriot organizations and on dozens of individuals, investigating leads on plots from the planned murder of federal agents to armed raids on nuclear power plants to a new American Revolution.

    Despite spending hundreds of thousands of dollars and logging uncounted man-hours, PATCON and related investigations produced negligible results in terms of serious criminal convictions. Instead, PATCON became an intelligence tool, predicated on a series of suspected crimes, most of which were discussed but never committed.

    Because it was not directly tied to a prosecution, the existence of PATCON was not formally disclosed until 2007, when references to the program appeared in documents released through Freedom of Information Act requests about the targeted groups. But the Patriot movement was keenly aware it had been infiltrated. Several people involved with targeted groups asserted in interviews after the fact that they were aware that at least one undercover agent involved with PATCON was a “fed.” Whether or not that’s true, the movement was actively worried about infiltration, and justifiably so. One group targeted by PATCON was described by the FBI as “extremely sensitive to investigative pressure.” Another group deliberately discussed “exotic” threats in order “to provoke the FBI into overreacting and to surface informants.”

    • Replies: @fnn
  34. Most undercover operations remain secret, especially if they do not result in prosecutions. PATCON (Patriot – Conspiracy) stayed under wraps for nearly 15 years, until it was discovered in Freedom of Information Act requests (in 2007).

    There are two kinds of FBI undercover operations, known as Group I and Group II UCOs. Group II UCOs are used in relatively informal ways and require less oversight, but they also receive less funding and administrative support.

    A Group I operation is a more ambitious undertaking that would be eligible for considerably more funding and support but has to be predicated on a specific criminal act or threat, and is subject to additional supervision.

    To justify the PATCON operation, the strongest provocation was selected. The PATCON status reports conceded that planned criminal acts were “not as imminent as originally feared” and had been referenced only in “vague fashion” since the operation began. But it was enough to keep the operation going. A headquarters review said PATCON was “well focused” and had “not expanded beyond the intent of the authorization.”

    The operation’s intent, secondary to the threats on paper at least, was to broadly collect intelligence on the Patriot movement’s members and activities, according to records of the investigation and former FBI agents who worked on the case.

    After deliberations recorded in FBI memos and communications, it was determined that PATCON’s intelligence-gathering mission was going so well that nobody wanted to do anything that might get in the way (like filing criminal charges).

    In April 1993, an FBI committee reviewing the investigation expressed concern that agents were “only obtaining intelligence and not moving forward with (a) criminal investigation.” PATCON undercover agents were cautioned to limit their reporting to criminal activity, rather than “speeches or rhetoric protected by the First Amendment.” In July 1993, FBI headquarters determined “that insufficient justification exists to justify” continued investigation.

  35. @anon5656

    Disease or symptom?

    We were already isolated incidences of cancer on the body of the planet many generations ago. We were tolerable clusters of benign tumors up until the Industrial Revolution and the Age of Enlightenment,
    when the cancer cells started convincing each other that more and faster progression was the way to go.

    There have been some hopeful periods of remission since then, but from the eve of the 20th Century onward it’s been mostly rapid metastasis. An alien oncologist would have given up trying to help us treat ourselves by now.

  36. People get excited about a lot of stuff. Usually to no particular effect.

    But this feels like it really could have the potential to turn into a big thing.
    Tucker really is different from the other dominant press operatives.

  37. @anonymous

    i worry too. we saw him red pilled viewing a danny jowenko interview with alex jones. i believe he is being very brave. i doubt they will let him get much closer to the “mark.”

  38. @Mick Jagger gathers no mosque

    I’m not surprised Cole hates Tucker.

    After all, Tucker stood up to the ADL.

  39. fnn says:
    @beavertales

    ” Civilian Materiel Assistance”

    IIRC, CMA was a CIA front group involved in aiding the Nicaraguan Contras. IOW, not something an America First-type patriot would go anywhere near.

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