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The rhetoric of these people was revolutionary: there was talk of “crossing the Rubicon.” A crowd chanted “Hang Mike Pence.” Somebody erected makeshift gallows. Some grandiosely claimed, “The storm is coming,” while Alex Jones promised that “1776 will commence again.” In a similar vein Republican Congresswoman Lauren Boebert controversially tweeted “Today is 1776” while events were still unfolding. For all that, the event was far from a bona fide coup attempt. Inside the building, a protester responds to a reporter’s question, “What’s the plan? I have no idea.” Nick Fuentes, host of America First, described his own involvement in the event: “I was joking about storming the Capitol. We were marching in the parade and I was saying ‘we’re gonna get in there’. I was saying that basically ironically.” Watching the Baked Alaska livestream, it was hard not to view this event as a cross between a goofy carnival and cringeworthy fiasco. A videogame gone terribly wrong.

Imagine storming the Capital of the United States as the government of the country literally fucking flees and then just wandering around the building confused about why the level isn’t ending. — Kantbot

The QAnon Viking did not in fact seize power. There were a few broken windows. They didn’t burn anything down. They didn’t even leave any graffiti. People got bored and left peacefully. As one Twitter account put it, “the most heavily armed population in the world attempted an ‘insurrection’ completely unarmed.” One police officer was filmed posing for selfies with Trump supporters inside the Capitol. “Any chance I can get you guys to leave the Senate Wing?” a police officer asks. “We will,” comes the polite answer. “Occupy, do not destroy,” chant others, “do not break anything.” Obvious parallels have been drawn with the occupation of the Wisconsin Capitol building in 2011, or when heavily armed Black Panthers walked into the California state Capitol building in 1967, or when protesters pushed past a police line on Capitol Hill while protesting against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh in 2018. It was, by any fair definition, a mostly peaceful protest. Most of the people who entered the Capitol simply walked through an open door and took some selfies. They will now be hunted down.

Even libertarians: A Patriot Act against patriots

A giant federal apparatus built to fight al Qaeda will shift some capacity to fighting you… You cheered on lawyers who said they’d release the Kraken. But now you’ve poked Leviathan. — Nicholas Grossman

Not so long ago, in June of 2020, an editor at the New York Times was forced out for publishing an op-ed entitled Send in the Troops in the midst of nationwide riots. “Running this puts Black @nytimes staff in danger,” the papers own journalists furiously tweeted. In July Nancy Pelosi tweeted, “Trump & his stormtroopers must be stopped. … First Amendment speech should never be met with one-sided violence from federal agents acting as Trump’s secret police.” Now the troops are here and journalists couldn’t care less — 25,000 “stormtroopers” locked down Washington DC for Joe Biden’s inauguration — more than in the entirety of Iraq and Afghanistan combined, and larger than the entire military personnel of some European countries. To Wolf Biltzer, Washington was reminiscent of “war zones I saw in Baghdad or Mosul or Falluja.” In downtown Washington a green zone was established, a term previously used for a fortified area of Baghdad during the occupation of Iraq. Such measures are a sign of a deeply dysfunctional society: this is a regime afraid of its own people.

The pretence that this was a serious attempt at armed insurrection must be stoked for political expediency. This is a Reichstag fire moment. Having inflated the alleged threat, “making sure something like this never happens again” will be the pretext for an ideological crackdown. It was “one of the darkest days in the history of our nation,” according to Joe Biden. Moral panic, histrionics, demonization and fearmongering are in full display. “This is Liberals’ 9/11,” Glenn Greenwald pointed out, warning of “a new War on Terror has begun, domestically.” Democrats are explicitly comparing the Capitol breach (during which protesters killed, at most, one person) to 9/11, when Al-Qaeda killed 2,977 civilians. The target of this new internal war on terror is not radical Islam, it’s Trump voters and any adjacent political movements, including mainstream conservatism.

Hillary Clinton argued for leaders to immediately pursue “new criminal laws at the state and federal levels that hold white supremacists accountable.” For Biden too, passing a law against domestic terrorism has been declared a top priority. What is it that is currently legal that needs to be rendered illegal? Press Secretary Psaki announced the “building of a NSC capability to counter domestic violent extremism” as well as “support efforts to prevent radicalization” and “disrupt violent extremist networks.” Kamala has argued for a “red flag” law to seize the firearms of White nationalists. On Twitter some Americans responded with the words “about damn time,” perhaps picturing violent skinheads and militant Neo-Nazis. Yet the definition of who counts as a White supremacist has been wildly expanded. It’s a term that has consistently been used to describe Donald Trump.

One talking head repeatedly appeared on CNN calling Trump “the leader of a terrorist organization.” Meghan McCain, daughter of John McCain, suggested on The View: “I’m not against sending these people to Gitmo. … They should be treated the same way we treat Al-Qaeda.” In the eyes of the mainstream discourse, MAGA supporters have moved from being “deplorables” to “domestic terrorists” — for sitting on Nancy Pelosi’s chair. A BBC journalist asked whether Ted Cruz and Josh Hawley “are guilty of attempted insurrection” (insurrection is defined as a violent uprising against an authority or government) simply for discussing possible election fraud. The chair of the U.S. House Committee on Homeland Security called for the two GOP Senators to be put on the No Fly List. Sue Gordon, former Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence, told PBS Newshour “there are elements of this that remind me of the rise of Islamic extremism. … There are probably a fair number of lessons that we learnt against foreign terrorism that we can apply here.” Waterboarding? Drones? Black sites? John Brennan, former director of the CIA, compared MAGA supporters to “insurgency movements that we’ve seen overseas,” and described the Biden administration as “moving in laser-like fashion” to “root out” what he deemed “an unholy alliance of religious extremists, authoritarians, fascists, bigots, racists, nativists, even libertarians.”

Representative Steve Cohen told CNN he was worried the troops deployed to protect the inauguration may themselves be a threat — because they are White and male. Perhaps this explains why the New York Times reported that the troops were armed with unloaded assault rifles. The FBI vetted all of the 25,000 National Guard troops coming into Washington — 12 were removed from duty. The National Guard is being purged of political dissidents. “If there’s any indication that any of our soldiers or airmen are expressing things that are extremist views” chief of the National Guard Bureau explained, “it’s either handed over to law enforcement or dealt with the chain of command immediately.” Biden’s defense secretary, who is African, pledged to rid the military of “racists and extremists.” The New York Times reports: “Defense Department officials say they are looking into stepping up the monitoring of social media postings from service members.” While the leadership of the military and the police long ago gave in to PC shibboleths, they are the two remaining institutions where some of the rank and file maintain some allegiance to traditional America. We are now seeing the total consolidation of power, ridding institutions of any last vestige of non-woke opinions.

American democracy in crisis: Illegitimacy and the normalisation of political violence

Both sides have challenged the legitimacy of the other: the end result is widespread lack of faith in the American political system. Hillary Clinton deemed Trump an “illegitimate president” and, sounding like a member of a rebel insurgency, declared herself “part of the resistance.” Even now, Hillary is still obsessed with Russian conspiracy theories: “I hope we do find out who he’s beholden to, who pulls his strings. I would love to see his phone record to see if he was talking to Putin the day that the insurgents invaded our capital.” Jimmy Carter claimed Trump “lost the election” in 2016 and was “put into office because the Russians interfered on his behalf,” while Nancy Pelosi tweeted “Our election was hijacked.” Russiagate became Russiagategate: the investigation into collusion was itself scandalous. Disputing election results was normalized by the long-running hysteria of the once-respectable press. The peaceful transfer of power is a key element of American democracy. It is, however, a norm that had already been violated: on inauguration day in 2017, Reuters reported:

At one flash point, a protester hurled an object through the passenger window of a police van, which sped away in reverse as demonstrators cheered. Earlier, activists used chunks of pavement and baseball bats to shatter the windows of a Bank of America branch and a McDonald’s outlet. … Multiple vehicles were set on fire, including a black limousine. A knot of people dragged garbage cans into a street a few blocks from the White House and set them ablaze, later throwing a red cap bearing Trump’s “Make America Great Again” campaign slogan into the flames. … The various protest groups scattered around the city chanted anti-Trump slogans and carried signs with slogans including “Trump is not president” and “Make Racists Afraid Again.”

The day also saw the largest single-day protest in US history — against a man who had been duly elected. In 2020, when Trump had to be moved to the White House bunker due to violent protests, there was at least an air of sedition. Businesses in Washington DC boarded up ahead of the 2020 election in anticipation of a Trump victory leading to chaos. Biden himself recognized that another Trump win would lead to violence: in the midst of Black Lives Matter riots, he asked rhetorically: “Does anyone believe there will be less violence in America if Donald Trump is reelected?” Black Lives Matter set a precedent, and radicalized the other side.

But now it’s 2021, and for politicians of both parties, the Capitol incursion has been used as an excuse to make grandiloquent speeches about “our democracy.” Unlike Black Lives Matter, who targeted random businesses and innocent civilians, the stormers took the battle directly to the heart of the American power. Nancy Pelosi described the protest as “gleeful desecration of the US Capitol which is the temple of our American democracy.” It isn’t just a building, it’s a totemic symbol. We would all like to believe it’s a symbol of a venerable democracy, the hallowed and imposing forum of distinguished and eminent leaders of the greatest country on earth. The truth is this is the shell of a dead civilization, the creature that lived inside was long ago transplanted to the margins. The new occupiers have spent the last year attacking American history as irredeemably racist, yet now cast themselves as the true patriots standing up against traitors to America.

Regardless of what one makes of Trump’s claims of voter fraud, in a far more fundamental sense, American democracy really is rigged. American politics is unrecognizable as a result of demographic change. The real coup happened slowly — the real insurrection was decades of open borders. These people didn’t steal one single election — they stole the entire country. Had only Whites voted, David Duke would have won Louisiana in 1991. America, far more diverse today than in the early 90s, has disenfranchised the historic White population through decades of mass migration. The protesters at the Capitol seemed to realize this: they can be heard saying “this is our country” and “we’re taking our country back.” The election was rigged by far more than voter fraud:

The election was rigged by the censoring of popular voices and opinions on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and Google. … It was rigged by the corrupt and illegitimate system of campaign finance where a handful of billionaire donors determine the fate of millions. … It was rigged through decades of flooding America with tens of millions of legal and illegal immigrants … who have openly bragged for years about their intention of outnumbering White, native-born Americans in national elections.

In 2016 people voted for a border wall and the deportation of illegal immigrants. They got endless money for Israel. One of Trump’s few achievements was a much-needed executive order banning Critical Race Theory from the federal government. It was blocked by a federal judge. The courts can topple clear democratic mandates. The stormers didn’t desecrate a noble temple of democracy. If it was sacrilege, as some claimed, it was sacrilege against an anti-White plutocracy that hates us. These are the people that cheered on Black Lives Matter as they burnt down many of America’s largest cities. Democracy is constrained by the mores of the liberal elite: that explains the popularity of terms like Uniparty to describe the Republican and Democrat establishment, and deep state to describe the vast and immovable Washington bureaucracy, all sharing an identical worldview of radical political correctness, an ineluctable woke blob that cannot be voted out of office.

Biden has talked constantly about uniting the country but his agenda is bound to antagonize much of the country. The god-know-how-many-million illegal immigrants Trump failed to deport will now be given citizenship. “There’s a big difference between equality and equity,” tweeted Kamala, along with a deranged video. Across the entire federal government, equality of opportunity will be replaced by equality of outcomes—an implicit acknowledgement that the IQ gap for Blacks and Latinos is too large to overcome with educational opportunities. Biden already followed through with his Executive Order on Advancing Racial Equity. In a recent speech he promised “Our priority will be Black, Latino, Asian, and Native American owned small businesses, women-owned businesses.” It will be the first administration, according to Axios, “to construct economic policy around issues like race, gender equality and climate change, rather than around traditional indicators like gross domestic product or deficit ratios.” Andrew Sullivan concluded, “America is no longer about individual freedom; it’s about identity group power, and its constant management by government.”

People are right to be angry.

I’m not yet ready to abandon the possibility of America. … The world watches America—the only great power in history made up of people from every corner of the planet, comprising every race and faith and cultural practice—to see if our experiment in democracy can work. To see if we can do what no other nation has ever done. … The jury’s still out.

So begins Obama’s post-presidency autobiography. The jury just came in. From LA to Ferguson, riots have, for the best part of a century, been an exclusively African-American activity. Blacks fight for their self-interest through violence, Whites write strongly-worded letters or irate tweets. White people have, for decades, responded to every indignity with supine submissiveness. The Capitol stormers surprised us all: they actually did something. They reminded us all that Whites can still fight back. For a single day, White people stood up for themselves, and that is why the entire establishment is furious. White Americans aren’t going to be silently shuffled off the stage of history.

(Republished from The Occidental Observer by permission of author or representative)
 
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  1. If you see a white cop, a white military member, a white employee of any federal agency, he’s working for a gov’t that is determined to do harm to decent people of any color while supporting the human detritus in the society. Think Judas goat.

    If you see any cop, any military member, any employee of a federal agency, he’s working for a gov’t that is determined to do harm to decent people of any color while supporting the human detritus in the society. Think Judas goat.

    Now, take the same approach to any gov’t employee anywhere because they all help a system survive that thrives on theft and force. Where gov’t might have been useful in the past, all of it is now corrupt to the bone.

  2. As said above –

    For a single day, White people stood up for themselves, and that is why the entire establishment is furious.

    In time, it will be remembered by tens of millions as a great day, a day of largely polite civil disobedience by ‘the people’, despite being marred by several brutal and non-excusable incidents of violence

    And it will be remembered as a great day even if it is also accepted, that the people were baited into doing this, by the combination of Q-type larping; the release of massive indications of vote fraud to enrage Trump voters; the fecklessness of Trump & team in combating that fraud (by e.g., not quickly firing Bill Barr plus others, till an Acting AG was in place formally and aggressively investigating); the induced deception that Trump – possibly drugged up whilst in office – ‘had their backs’

    The question is whether that day was just the beginning, or the one great day that never led to anything, and so just a day people will remember with bittersweet nostalgia, perhaps after the USA itself has fallen and collapsed

  3. @RoatanBill

    My personal experience with US police has been shocking: They are uniformly stupid, lazy and thoroughly corrupt— just like the courts. This is not my opinion.

    The operate like a gang, loyal only to themselves and money.

    They are already wildly overpaid, and the additional power that they are sure to receive in future will be wildly abused.

  4. “There are probably a fair number of lessons that we learnt against foreign terrorism that we can apply here.”

    In the documentary called ‘The Lobby’, about Israeli espionage in USA and Britain, an operative bragged that the counterinsurgency software developed by Israel and the US has improved markedly, and it is in use against Palestinians and the global BDS movement in Britain and USA.

    If the regime on the Potomac keeps its word and launches the new war on terror against US patriots, the new front will be to map and catalog millions of ordinary Americans who have dissenting politics.

    Domestically this has risks, because the ethnicity of the security operators is the same as those they are surveilling, with overlapping sympathies. It would not be a shock if at least part of the ‘counter-insurgency’ work was farmed out to people not of white ethnicity, chosen because they’d have fewer inhibitions de-humanizing white patriots as ‘the enemy’.

    We see this already with FB censors and Wikipedia editors.

    • Agree: thotmonger
    • Replies: @Joseph Doaks
    , @anonymous
  5. The Patriot Act has always been about suppressing government opposition at home.

    • Agree: donut, Old and Grumpy, chris
    • Replies: @Wally
    , @WJ
    , @Majority of One
  6. Oy vey. We’re still at it with Al Qaeda doing 911? In an otherwise well-considered article, we have to repeat that nonsense?
    Wake up, brother, 911 was not even an “inside job”, it was just a demolition job. Also, until you show me some aeroplane debris, please subtract all the “passengers” from your casualty list. If they existed, I admit not having a clue where they are today, witness protection? Cremated criminals/ Arkancided accomplices/ disappeared spies? Who knows, but they sure did not die at any of the three “crash sites”, as there were no crash sites. Period. A missile (Pentagon) , thermite (WTC), small smouldering rubbish pit (Pa.), hell, I’ll even allow speculation about “industrial-sized nuclear devices” (WTC 7), but no aeroplane crashes.
    I filter all my news media by their stance on 911. If you blame anybody but the financiers involved with that scaly insurance con, I automatically dismiss you as a source of honest news.
    The rest of this article made for good entertainment. Not news, not analysis, just entertainment.
    As an aside, all my dictionaries (I lazily collect old ones) translate “equitable” along the lines of “as deserving of your social class”. That should ring alarm bells at ear-splitting volume, considering how often that term gets thrown about these days by those pretending to be “working for the peeperl”.
    You want a truly original take on that mess? No conspiracy needed.
    https://greenpets.co.za/index.php/en/32-paranoid-goy/economics/109-911-wayleave

    • Agree: Alfred, profnasty
    • LOL: Emslander
  7. Fuentes glows brighter than a 300b vacuum tube.

    • Disagree: Catdog
  8. Anon[394] • Disclaimer says:

    If I were a young white man, Id be looking to Eastern Europe, the Baltics, Australia, Russia snd Belarus, Argentina, Finland and a few other places in case it gets bad here. Get a skill set in demand as a kind of back-up plan in case things unacceptably deteriorate here. They might.

    We did what we could, but its kind of a fixed contest. They used immigration to create a permanent majority. When the boomers die off, it will be obvious.

    When diversity is imposed on the Deep State (Fbi, CIA, DOJ), some of the same in-house cheerleaders of it will be crying foul.

  9. aandrews says:

    “The QAnon Viking did not in fact seize power.”

    • Replies: @Old and Grumpy
  10. franz says:

    White people have, for decades, responded to every indignity with supine submissiveness.

    That was the whole problem, IMO.

    We got them into thinking that any sort of reaction on our part was lese mejeste. Now they think they got it coming.

    Keep in mind: We always thought of THEM as US. White cops were putting up with the badguys for us. But were they ever? If you commit a hate crime who comes for you… oh, a white cop. Who will be backed up by a white jury and a white judge if it comes to that. And it will come to that.

    When Russian bad elements got run off to the gulags they KGB never had to pepper the ranks with Mongolians or Siberians. Good ordinary Russians were just fine with taking their neighbors down to the station, then to wherever, because a jobs a job and all that.

    As the American Soviet now switches places with the old version, we’ll see good citizens going into shock and then disappearing because these systems all work the same.

    One chance left: The economy under Biden looks to be heading into the doldrums. Stick together folks, a crap economy needs her people more than a healthy one. I can see strategies for “helping” the mucksters that might help us citizens as well.

    Good old Sleepy Joe. Kill the jobs and make the time ripe for citizenship again. We’re ready.

    • Replies: @theMann
  11. I have a Dem neighbor from Connecticut here in London (actually we have decent, polite political debates), and I tried to put across the possible parallels between the Reichstag fire and the Capitol building events, and whilst the comparison wasn’t above his intelligence level at all, it certainly was beyond his programming. The ‘Green Zone’ stuff though, that’s getting through I think.

    The left may be noticing that society is broken, now it’s time to ask how it broke. Vitriol on both sides is an aspect of politics since time immemorial, but I wonder whether US politicians on the right have ever labeled the left so hatefully and prominently as the equivalent of ‘deplorables/racists/sexists/scum’, as has the he political elite of the left recently. I certainly don’t remember such behaviour.. Sure Obama was ‘an immigrant Muslim’ or whatnot, but that was mostly thrown at him by the prols. Different from say Bush calling all the Democratic base Satanists or whatnot.

    The denigration of the voter by the political elite was certainly massively jacked up by the left, and the only way to get unity is for the left – political leaders especially – to apologize for their behaviour. But of course, ‘power and righteous fury’ doesn’t leave much time for self reflection, so here we are, a civilization divided!

    (As I keep saying though, should have been a sit down, and in fact all protests against our now tyrants should be sit downs, because at least the tyrants try and cover their offense with ‘human rights’ and whatnot, so bulldozing peaceful protests like (they believe the Chinese government did) at Tiannanmen, is still not an option that is on the table.)

  12. WHAT says:

    Fuentes is exactly like Shapiro. What did you expect?

  13. It will be the first administration, according to Axios, “to construct economic policy around issues like race, gender equality and climate change, rather than around traditional indicators like gross domestic product or deficit ratios.”

    And that is why they will go down in the history books as total failures.

  14. Wally says:

    The current silence from Trump is beyond just being banned from Twitter and quietly fading away, the Communists and RINOs know it. It’s a classic example of a ‘pregnant pause’.

    You can sense their anxiety as they know Trump will come roaring back in one form or another after the illegal impeachment trial.

    We haven’t seen anything yet.

    • Thanks: Emslander
  15. anon[622] • Disclaimer says:

    I think that all who do not support this government must seek ways to desert. These people who fill the corridors of power are simply crazy and dysfunctional. Look for ways to disengage from them and make their edicts nugatory. Showing up to protest them is an invitation to public misrepresentation. Demonstrations need to be held where a point can be made but officialdom and the media are not in a position to interpret it in their favor.

    No doubt they will with laws and intimidation attempt to force you to engage but fight it with evasion. Just seek to evade constantly. Go where they are not and when they come to where you are go elsewhere. Refuse them support wherever and however you can.

    • Replies: @gotmituns
    , @Hillaire
    , @Spanky
  16. Goddammit that was well-written.

  17. gotmituns says:
    @anon

    Sir, good points but as an old man with my loyal wife, we must “evade” differently. We have learned to stay away from people, places and things that make us angry which is mostly around so many younger people. You can pretty much feel a person out in a short conversation and know if you ant to continue to have anything to do with them. We’re so old, we’re older than boomers.

    • Replies: @Marckus
    , @Abbybwood
  18. gotmituns says:
    @Ralph B. Seymour

    They are uniformly stupid, lazy and thoroughly corrupt— just like the courts
    —————————————————————————————-
    Yes, exactly. Let me just add, completely inexperienced. As a matter of fact, experience would be a disqualifier for a job in law enforcement or our “Legal” establishment.

  19. LARP
    Live Action Role Playing (Game)

    • Thanks: Brás Cubas
    • Replies: @omegabooks
  20. theMann says:
    @franz

    You are substantially wrong about the Bolshevik regime using Russians to persecute Russians. The KGB ran as high as 70% ethnic Jews, even in parts of Russia that had almost no native Jewish population.

    Why do you think the Nazis were, at first, greeted as liberators in places like Ukraine?

    Come to think of it, I am pretty sure Ron Unz himself published information about how FDR used a gang of Jewish killers to get rid of anarchists in the USA. And the legendary gangsters murder, inc., were Jewish as well.

    • Agree: CelestiaQuesta
    • Replies: @Franz
  21. Emslander says:

    For a single day, White people stood up for themselves, and that is why the entire establishment is furious. White Americans aren’t going to be silently shuffled off the stage of history.

    If that was white people standing up for ourselves, we ARE doomed.

    • Agree: Joseph Doaks
  22. Dear author: Why would you spoil an otherwise superb essay with this apparent endorsement of the debunked War on Terror, i.e. Wars for Israel, propaganda whoop?

    Democrats are explicitly comparing the Capitol breach (during which protesters killed, at most, one person) to 9/11, when Al-Qaeda killed 2,977 civilians.

    Certainly you are aware that Hamilton and Kean, the political figureheads appointed by the reigning Warfare/Welfare party, have both disowned their official 911 report as fictional. And I’m sure you’ve heard of the widespread public skepticism about the core fable that a bearded caveman in Afghanistan directed a squad of Arabs with boxcutters to attack the WTC and Pentagon with airplanes they couldn’t possibly pilot. When does this register?

    If the ballyhooed Capitol insurrection by “domestoic terrorists” was a media spoof, as you credibly point out, why such lingering reverence for the unforgotten 911 government-media extravaganza to make an inside job seem like a foreign act of war?

  23. Marckus says:
    @gotmituns

    Well said. It is also best to evade whenever one sees a cloud on the horizon or when one meets someone who is a fool. Have them around a bit too often and their misfortune will rub off on you.

  24. If Trump is beholden to Russia then Clintons are beholden to Israel… in the end, it all works out for the Jews and their toadies, be it a Clinton or Trump!

  25. @aandrews

    I would love to think this is a case of white man fights back, but it seems more like when a plan comes together as this photo suggests.

  26. @RoatanBill

    So, are you saying, “think Judas goat and just STFU” or have you changed your tune in the past few days? I’m asking because I wonder whether you just want to gripe uninterrupted, or are you waiting to jump on anyone else who says that resistance is not futile.

    This isn’t meant as an attack on you. I’ve been reading your comments for a year or so, and have usually been in agreement with you, but I’d like to know what position you’re taking this time.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  27. Status report: The largest free trade agreement in history is underway. America is not and never will be a signatory. So, who is in on the deal? Let’s see: Putin, aka ‘Vlad the Impaler’, Xi, all the former Muslim Republics that left the Soviet Union, Pakistan, Indonesia, Malaysia, etc. India is expected to join quietly and Pakistan is in. Iran and many, many more. Oh, Israel too along with France, Germany and, eventually, Japan.

    The whole flow of world wide trade is reversing back to where it was prior to the Portuguese building caravels and setting sail.

    I predict that America will see a reversal in economic conditions and massive emigration. I am firmly convinced that two powers will burn the U.S. to the ground for non-monetary reasons. First, Jews, in their insane hatred for white, Christian Europeans wish to exact revenge. They are going to saddle this place with debt and leave. They will form Greater Israel from the Negev to the Euphrates and the 10 million American Jews will be a critical, highly educated labour force that they want and need.. Israel currently occupies a strategic position with respect to data cables and natural resources; the main data cable that links Eurasia to Europe ties in through the E. Mediterranean and they control that area along with the new oil and gas resources recently found in the vicinity (off-shore Med and Golan Heights). U.S. high-tech have all been relocating to Israel over the last decade. The power at the Pentagram is just that. The Michael Aquino types. They love destruction and blood. I’m not the only person that is aware that senior officer ranks in the U.S. are dominated by Satanists at this point. Check out the dozen + hours of interviews of a women named Grigg’s who testified about her husband’s involvement in wanton destruction. See also, the testimony of a banker named Bernard. He recently ‘died’ but not before testifying.. This has been a process that has been evolving for decades if not a century. This is the group within the U.S. government that dominates military intelligence (DIA), the Pentagon and the Joint Chiefs. I’m sure that these guys are very well funded after supervising 20 years of heroin shipments out of Afghanistan.

    [MORE]

    Controlling a stream of income is just one part of the puzzle. Power, and the ability to exercise it, are critical. The U.S. may be a debt-riddled, dysfunctional super-power in decline but it is still very useful for exercising power, creating new realities and feeding the beasts. The Middle East has been significantly destabilized oveer the last 40 years; perfect conditions for new realities.The idea that their is any type of happy ending in sight is laughable at this point. See how things turned out for the Byzantines. They were completely absorbed by a foreign culture and now speak a foreign language, Turkish, instead of the Greek spoken in Anatolia for at least 2,000 years. Near 80% of Turks are Mediterranean peoples and many look very European, because they are. Ukrainian and Balkan peoples were enslaved and absorbed by the Ottomans for centuries. It is well within the realm of possibility that America will decline and be absorbed into the Spanish speaking western hemisphere while 10 million tribalists head to Syria and settle in to their new digs. I don’t see any of the Arab countries stopping any of Israel’s long term goals. Turkey is leaving NATO and getting ready to embrace the Belt and Road. They want a stable border and internal stability. They will play ball with Israel as will the Saudi’s, the Egyptians and the Iranians.
    I see a world where a whole bunch of countries have been planning and making deals while the U.S. government has spent the last two decades being led around the Middle East on a leash to piss all over the place and get it ready for Stage 2 of the Rothscum plan. Not only is the U.S. no longer in the room with all the adults but with Biden at the helm, it is off in the playground wearing a dunce cap and trying to find a fat kid to pick on.
    Don’t be the fat kid.
    Leave or burn it to the ground and make it look like the Left did it.
    However, going to the capital with a bison hat on to take a selfie tells me how far out of reality the average Budweiser drinking football fan is. That was Clown World writ large.
    I personally don’t believe that it makes any sense to go to war with the people who have historically been the backbone of your military and your country. The truth is that Bison boy and his ancestors probably fought in every war since they got to America. But, if you are a Jew Billionaire or Pentagram blood drinker you don’t plan on staying, you have a massive, delusion hate on for white, Christians and you love blood and destruction then Biden-Harris starts to make a whole lot of sense.
    Doesn’t it?

  28. @TheJamesRocket

    Yes, agreed, and all of these issues like race, gender equality and climate change, are imaginary ‘problems’ just as the virus that is being held up as the pretext for the silly ‘revolution is imaginary. Any administration that ignores actual problems and chases after impossible solutions to imaginary ones, is obviously set up to address what they actually consider the real problem, having a citizenry that isn’t under their absolute control.

  29. WJ says:
    @Brooklyn Dave

    Yes. But so many good American patriots applauded this damn thing almost 20 years ago, not realizing it would be used against them. Another thing that they once applauded that will be used against them at some point – water boarding.

    • Replies: @Spanky
  30. saggy says:

    Regardless of what one makes of Trump’s claims of voter fraud,

    This is absolute BS. Trump has turned ‘white nationalists’ into cultural Marxists who are attacking the foundation of US ‘democracy’, for whatever that’s worth, and they’re doing it on the basis of a preposterous hoax that claims the election was rigged, and that poll workers, local election officials, state committees chaired by Republicans, the courts, the Democratic party of course, state legislatures, state government officials, the manufacturers of the voting machines, Pence, the Congress, the Supreme Court, all conspired to defeat Trump. Trump is leading a color revolution against the US govt.

    • Troll: Joseph Doaks, follyofwar
    • Replies: @sally
  31. @Twodees Partain

    I have no idea where you’re coming from.

    My post was going from more specific white cops, to less specific cops, to the more general all gov’t employees with the same basic sentence structure. I thought that was obvious due to the repetition. They all are guilty of fostering the current situation, some more so than others.

    I’m in favor of intelligent resistance. Initiating violence against a superior force is just suicide and will simply give TPTsB the excuse they desperately need to announce martial law. Just like the morons that marched into the church of gov’t which now is biting them in the ass. Should more draconian laws be enacted or martial law announced, then even more violence will ensue and both sides will be culpable.

    Gandhi had the right idea. Stop cooperating non violently and throw sand into the gears at every opportunity. At a minimum, stop the idiotic voting pantomime. It accomplishes nothing because the gov’t (deep state) always gets elected.

    Gandhi had an advantage, in that practically the whole country was on his side. That just isn’t the case in the US. Half the country wants the other half dead and that has been the case for decades. Elections flip flop between which side gets the upper hand for a time.

    Those that feel they are now outsiders, nominally the Trump supporters, should go to work and become a less than desirable employee so as to get fired to then collect unemployment. If 75,000,000 Trump supporters all quit working and got on the unemployment roles, the whole system would crash in a month and there’s nothing the existing laws could do about it. That would be an intelligent move. Picking up a gun and shooting the opposition is stupid on steroids.

    • Agree: Ilya G Poimandres
  32. anastasia says:

    Well, they are surely pushing the envelope on whites.

    It is nothing short of astonishing that they are not identifying the policeman, nor the police force that employs him, of the man who killed Ashli Babbit, while 20 armed policeman stood behind her.

    Has it ever happened in a newsworthy story of a seemingly wrongful police shooting that both victim and policeman were not identified. I do not think I ever read a news story that didn’t identify the policeman who did the shooting. In this case, we don’t even know what police force he comes from, or even if he is a policeman, or someone from the security agencies. For all we know, he could have been the janitor, or one of those Chinese spies from Swalwell’s office. We are given no idea. He certainly did not act like a policeman. He shot her, and then ran away. No one saw him at the scene in the aftermath. Looks like he shot her and ran away. How was he going to write his report for the Precinct? Sound like a policeman to you?

    CNN reported that they learned from a police official that Officer Sickman did not die from trauma. Officer Sickmen did not die from any injuries. Autopsy showed no evidence of trauma, and he had an underlying medical condition that caused his death. CNN reported this!!! Yet, he’s still laying in the Rotunda of the Capitol, with the flag flying half staff, there like a martyred man assassinated trying to protect his country – the capital of the nation. But it’s not true. The Sickmen was simply sick. Had nothing to do with the Jan 6 event.

    These stories are what I call a major gaslighting of the public.

  33. Hillaire says:
    @anon

    Indeed, the USA is the big room in the asylum, the recreation room where all the drugs and therapies are administered to the queuing, drooling retarded idiots who were captured or checked themselves in (the west), and whom after their ‘meds’ shuffle back like zombies to their locked cells..

    Forced to endure the impositions and indignities of a macabre farce disguised as a social system, administered by demented lickspittles, coin clutchers and their vengeful third world lackeys…

    joe sixpack is herded toward his final brain surgery…….

  34. People got bored and left peacefully.

    Ashli Babbitt didn’t.
    The junta’s mall cop shot an unarmed woman in the throat from about two yards, after deliberating for a bit.
    Junta wins. They’re the only ones taking this insurrection stuff seriously.

  35. It’s rather disappointing there isn’t one independently wealthy White man or woman supporting White Civil Rights. If that’s too lofty a sentiment how about promoting simple White Dignity? The need is certainly here now, and it’s greater every day.

    The day a politico panics over losing (or opposing) the White vote, we’ll know we’ve arrived.

  36. Hillaire says:
    @Wally

    When will you fools realise the orange con man was a golem, you cultists were always the mark …. his trial will fizzle and with a trumpty dumpty trunk full of donated embezzled trump bucks…he will buy himself a nice little florida beach front next to chabad damien jared and the high IQ yenta princess.
    Trump towers repurposed as a processing centre ala resident evil.

    He will probably build a big wall round it.

    He’s not coming back to save you that was never going to happen… it’s up to you now…

  37. @paranoid goy

    “…in some ways Julia was far more acute than Winston, and far less susceptible to Party propaganda. Once when he happened in some connection to mention the war against Eurasia, she startled him by saying casually that in her opinion the war was not happening. The rocket bombs which fell daily on London were probably fired by the Government of Oceania itself, ‘just to keep people frightened.’ This was an idea that had literally never occurred to him.” 1984, George Orwell.

    • Thanks: Joseph Doaks, Brás Cubas
  38. @Anon

    Or invite — fast track — some of those populations here. They could join right in with their skill sets.
    Invite 15-30 million and consider an immigration flow of 10-15 million over the next 4-8 year a success. It would be fantastic.

    Call it the Revive European Culture and Arts Decade.

    After the US army seizes one or more of the mass media conglomerates and one or two of the social media giants, this can be reapportioned in a generous way to many americans interested in journalisms, and broadcasting, education, civic duties/politics, defense, arts, and science, home economics, and of course faith/religious channels, and various trades, ..It would be beautiful

    Big Pharma and Big Banks/Wall Street could also be made to fund the American Lives Matter movement. Sorros et al. would be upstaged if not totally embarrassed for supporting the violent BLM uprising but not BDS.

  39. @Sick of Orcs

    Maybe you need to update that comment. How or why would a politico lose votes of any coloration in a rigged election? Or, do you think stuff like the constitution and representative democracy will be magically restored by the time the next election rolls around?

    • Replies: @Sick of Orcs
  40. Thomasina says:

    Say there are approximately 80 million supporters or sympathizers.

    If each of them reduced their spending by just $10.00/month, that equates to $800 million/month.

    If each of them reduced their spending by $100.00/month, that equates to $8 billion/month.

    $8 billion x 12 months = $96 billion/year.

    They have already brought the economy to its knees with Covid.

    They have brought you to your knees by calling you “deplorables, racists, white supremacists, domestic terrorists”.

    Now it’s time to bring THEM to their knees.

    Do your part. Reduce your spending as much as you possibly can. Do NOT patronize franchise establishments (Nike, Starbucks, etc.) who are part of the elite.

    And if you see a politician, call out in your loudest voice “SHAME, SHAME ON YOU!”

    Continue to ignore and shame everyone who tries to put you in a corner.

    If you remain silent and go along, you’re going down.

    The only chance you’ve got of taking back your country, your values is to help take it down.

    Do it!

    • Agree: Joseph Doaks
  41. @Complex Pseudonymic Handle

    Thanks for bringing up LARP, because to me the “reality” outside of my actual reality here in rural far west Texas where whites (Anglos) and Hispanics get along just fine really really is a live action role playing game. Folks moving here from big cities or “blue” states can barely handle this reality…hopefully they’ll adapt somehow. Bwahahahahahahahahahahahahah!

  42. Corrupt says:

    “insurrection is defined as a violent uprising against an authority or government”

    And yet occupying a U.S. city and declaring it an autonomous zone ISN’T insurrection?

  43. Behind most all chaos and destruction of man, woman and child, there lurks in dark shadows, sex death cults, aka Global Homo, removing every stitch holding the torn fabric of civilization together.

  44. @beavertales

    “It would not be a shock if at least part of the ‘counter-insurgency’ work was farmed out to people not of white ethnicity, chosen because they’d have fewer inhibitions de-humanizing white patriots as ‘the enemy’.”

    In other words, a government sponsored race war.

  45. @anastasia

    “These stories are what I call a major gaslighting of the public.”

    A real, patriotic journalist (yes, there still are some!) must file Freedom of Information requests to identify Ashli Babbitt’s murderer and the “official” investigation report of her death, as well as for the autopsy of Officer Sickman. The American people have a right to know.

    • Replies: @phillip sawicki
  46. @Sick of Orcs

    “It’s rather disappointing there isn’t one independently wealthy White man or woman supporting White Civil Rights.”

    Indeed. James Fields deserves a new trial because of obvious ineffective assistance of counsel — how about that for a start.

    And where are all the legal challenges to Biden’s executive orders by Conservative organizations?

    Wealthy Whites on the right — do they even exist, or are they afraid?

    • Replies: @Sick of Orcs
  47. Richard B says:
    @brabantian

    “1776 will commence again.”

    “Today is 1776”

    Nietzsche was right. Conservatives think like crabs walk – backwards.

    The Right thoroughly deserved to loose.

    The Left will lose too. It already is. It just doesn’t know it yet.

  48. Anonymous[221] • Disclaimer says:

    Biden’s Defense Secretary is African? That’ll come as news to his mama.

  49. AReply says:

    There’s a hundred ways to excuse what went down, so leave it to Republicans to try all of them:

    They weren’t armed— …heavily

    Boys will be boys

    They occupied with a deep respect for their nation

    It wasn’t a ‘real’ coup

    The were too incompetent to be feared

    What about BLM or Antifa or Civil Rights?

    There were some bad actors but the mass was mostly peaceful

    If they were helped by the police, how wrong can they be

    They were just role-playing, don’t you get?

    The speech was ordinary hyperbole, they weren’t going to actually “hang Mike Pence”

    It’s free speech!

    They obviously weren’t serious!

    How could they even hope to stage a coup, it’s laughable

    It was a spontaneous gathering

    They’re not real Republicans

    What about all the fraud?!

    It’s like 1776! Down with tyranny!

    It’s a false flag

    They meant well

    It doesn’t matter the nation is already lost to jews, darkies yellows and spics

    Patriotism can be messy

    Very minor and not who we are

    It was disgusting, but forgettable

    You can’t trust ‘those’ Republicans

    It’s too absurd to be accounted for

    They were under psychic duress

    They’re no leadership, command, nor control

    If there was leadership, command and control, they didn’t intend to change the outcome of the election, nor
    to hurt anyone

    It was a security failure, the mob never should have been let in

    The mob was on their own property

    No sane person would fear for their lives just because a hoard of angry Republicans was smashing through doors into their offices chanting kill kill

    They were just doing what they were told!

    IMPORTANT ASPECTS THAT WILL REMAIN UNCONSIDERED

    The movement was organized by, addressing the concerns of, and politically catering to the most heard and powerful demographic of the country: White Republican men

    Republicans are enthralled by TV — and their internal measure of their sense of autonomy is how enthralled they are by TV

    Crypto-fascism is for real, so much so even the operatives don’t understand their own code.

    Republicans see America as a patriotic Fantasy Island

    There has been zero self-accountability and zero contrition.

    The mob was organized and led by a Republican President

    The stain of South, the Civil War and the Reconstruction lingers is the Republicans, which is perversely weird for the Party of Lincoln

    • Troll: Richard B
  50. @St-Germain

    I understand what you’re saying but, one thing at a time.

    If a White fairly wins an election now like Trump, what good is s/he if they can’t be openly concerned about White interests?

    • Thanks: St-Germain
  51. @Joseph Doaks

    Indeed. James Fields deserves a new trial because of obvious ineffective assistance of counsel — how about that for a start.

    That was a horrendous travesty of justice. Since then there have even been deliberate car attacks by shitlibs who weren’t charged.

    And where are all the legal challenges to Biden’s executive orders by Conservative organizations?

    Wealthy Whites on the right — do they even exist, or are they afraid?

    That man or woman–there has to be a leader–would be surrendering their freedom and happiness (and safety) even if wealthy, which was why Trump was a massive letdown.

    Trump never defended Whites as a race or as individuals, choosing instead to coddle and be coddled by Chosenites. Now that he’s out of office and can do nothing more for them, the Chosenites abandoned him to the other side’s Chosen, to be crucified just as if he’d been pro-White.

    A leader must rise.

  52. sally says:
    @saggy

    American democracy in crisis: Illegitimacy and the normalisation of political violence..
    Since the constitution in 1788, Americans have not been ruled by a democratic government. The USA is a republic, by definition a republic is a government of the Oligarch, by the Oligarch and for the Oligarch and their corporations and organizations. Article IV section 4. says the US shall guarantee to every state .. a republican Form of Government.. and since the USA in of the same form as the states, it is a republic, not a democracy

    Furthermore there are 525 elected positions, but citizens are allowed to vote for but three, and no citizen can vote for either the President or the VP as the election of those two persons is done by the electoral college (Art II, section 1, and the 12th amendment. Further, there is no review or vote by citizens on laws passed and decisions made by the government, and nearly all of the government operates in secrecy so the USA does not qualify as a democracy..

    Since by definition alone, the USA is not a democracy is difficult to see how Cultural Marxist led by Trump or anyone else could attack a democracy that does not exist? ? Please explain what you meant?

    • Replies: @saggy
  53. Catdog says:

    People pushed into the Capitol because they thought that’s what Trump wanted. If he didn’t want the capitol stormed, he did nothing to indicate that. His last words to the public were to “fight” and march on the capitol building. Then he went AWOL. The stormers had no plan- that was Trump’s job, and he flubbed. Now Trump has- thankfully- disappeared completely.

    The right seems totally helpless right now. When Trump took over, the left (and parts of the “right”) fought him tooth and nail at every step. For Biden, everyone has given up and rolled over.

    We need new leaders.

    We had a crop of promising candidates in 2016. Most of them have disappeared from public view now. It was remarkable how much hate they got from our own side. Girlish drama and in-fighting all the time. The most popular and effective White advocate we have still kicking from the class of 2016, to my knowledge, is Fuentes, who has a lot of people booty bothered for some reason. Could one of you gossiping women explain exactly what it is you hate about him? Is it the Vox Day cult or some other group that has it out for him? I truly don’t get it.

    The left can unite every type of mystery meat together to Get YT, but even the few whites who don’t hate other whites can’t agree to work together. Incredible.

  54. Thomasina says:

    AOC has been going on and on about how she feared for her life during the Capitol fiasco, how she had to hole up in her bathroom, how someone came through the door and shouted out, “Where is she, where is she?”

    Well, it turns out she wasn’t in the Capitol Building at all when the protesters entered, but down the street at her office. The voice she heard was a police officer, not a protester.

    But since the Capitol event occurred, she’s been insinuating that she was there at the Capitol. She let everyone believe she was there, and she said that Ted Cruz’ rhetoric almost got her killed. But it turns out that no one was coming for her at all.

    She also said that she grew up in the Bronx. No, no, she didn’t. She grew up in a very nice area.

    AOC is just another in a long line of liars on the Left.

    Paranoia strikes deep.
    Into your mind it will creep.
    It starts when you’re always afraid…

    All walled in and afraid now. Gee, do you think it’s maybe because they KNOW that election was stolen and that people are legitimately angry about that?

    • Replies: @Joseph Doaks
  55. Kati_uk says:
    @paranoid goy

    Even James M. Rockefeller wrote on his Blog/life experience

    https://hiddentaxonhumanity.com/hidden-tax-on-humanity/the-war-in-iraq-could-have-been-prevented/
    (lots other readworthy articles there, espcially https://hiddentaxonhumanity.com/correspondence/the-weaponization-of-anti-semitism/ )

    “Isreal did 9/11 and Mossad killed JFK”

    So aside from MSM we sure know who did what.

  56. @brabantian

    The Democrats say “diversity is our strength.” There is no support in history for such a claim. What they really mean is that they want as many ignorant immigrants as possible to be attracted to the us so that the Democrats will continue to win elections. The antipathy to white Americans has now become evident. We are expendable, even though we built the country. Not all blacks, but many blacks who have had 155 years to make something of themselves as free individuals, have failed to do so. So they riot, set fires, attack the police, destroy historic monuments and the Democrats do not object. Who, in fact, are the insurrectionists?

  57. Richard B says:
    @AReply

    The movement was organized by, addressing the concerns of, and politically catering to the most heard and powerful demographic of the country: White Republican men

    I’m not Right or Left and didn’t vote for Trump. But comments like the one above are so stupid and dishonest they only succeed in convincing people that you’re crazy.

    The rest is just more projection.

  58. anonymous[215] • Disclaimer says:
    @beavertales

    You’ve put your finger on the Pentagon’s problem of getting its rank and file to open fire on their fellow Americans in the streets, lately solved by recruiting disaffected BIPOCs and LGBTQs, who are already promised unmerited preferment, advancement and promotion over more qualified whites. With this new Secretary of Defense, I imagine the military will start resembling a 747 with baboons at the controls, who see white America as their legitimate prey and not their fellow anything.

    My take on the Left’s calls to disband and defund the police is that it’s a ruse to eliminate whites and patriotic minorities from law enforcement in municipal and state police, replacing them with a national, Stasi-like security force Obama promised will be as large and as well funded as the US military, and where whites need not apply unless they’re psychopaths looking to exterminate their own. It’s probably not unreasonable to imagine an America where whites are held up at gun point and robbed by armed BIPOC goons with an IQ of 75 dressed in police uniforms, who also come smashing doors down in the middle of the night as the Cheka did some decades ago on orders from the “Bolsheviks” whose descendants now own America more completely than their great grandparents did Russia.

    In Europe a few years back, the joint defense ministers at the time were proposing stationing troops from one nation traditionally hostile to another on one another’s soil as a means of enforcing domestic repression. Alexander Solzhenitsyn pointed out that Latvians and Asians were brought in to assist the non-Russian “Bolsheviks” in manning the abattoirs and firing squads since there weren’t enough native Russian psychopaths to get the job done.

    I’ve been wondering how the whites in both parties in Congress, the vast DC bureaucracy, and those among the MSM are all on board with this plan to exterminate their own children’s future, if not their children themselves, and then it dawned on me that men like Fauci, Comey, Biden, and the Cuomos appear like psychopaths who don’t give a damn about anyone’s children because they are, in fact, psychopaths who were self-selected in DC for precisely that trait.

    • Replies: @Rooster10
  59. @Joseph Doaks

    I read on one website that Babbitt’s killer was a Brazilian immigrant He wasn’t named.

  60. @TheJamesRocket

    That’s one reason why the republicans keep losing. Unhappy, lock-downed angst-ridden people are starting to realize that that the health of a society is not based on statistical bullshit “like GDP or deficit ratios.” It is based on strong, healthy intact families, freedom (a quaint dying notion), and citizens who share a similar blood and soil heritage, among many other non-financial criteria. The fracturing US dystopia meets not one criteria of a healthy society.

    BTW, the storming of the capitol was not a great day for the Right, as some here think it was. It was a total disaster for White America. The radical democrat leftists and their minions have been preparing for such a day ever since Trump was elected. Hillary had been planning for the last four plus years to get her revenge. So they were ready, and already had a plan in place. Trump’s maskless white MAGA fanatics didn’t realize the deep shit they had stepped into on 1-6. If they even have a plan to fight back against their enemies, who repeatedly grind their heads into the ground, they must be keeping it well hidden.

  61. @AReply

    People had a query to their representatives – a request to audit votes. A request for transparency that was denied by courts and officials.

    This makes them terrorists in your eyes.

    Good for you, you dug the hole, you will find that your body will fit it, in due time. (and no, that is not a threat – just an observation that you dig your own grave with your idiocy).

  62. @RoatanBill

    Quit denigrating what Ashley Babbitt did. It was a sacrifice that will be remembered, and helped create the marvelous optics of Congressmen cowering under their tables. Yes, the 2-3 hour Occupation is now being used to expand the police state, but that was inevitable anyway. No doubt you are intelligent, RoatanBill, as are 95% of those who comment here, but your suggestion that 75000000 should up and quit is unrealistic and unlike Ashli, something you have no power to do yourself.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
    , @frontier
    , @Anon 55
  63. @paranoid goy

    Spot on. This prognosticator seems rather well informed, to much so, to believe the 9/11 bullshit.
    I wonder if maybe he doesn’t realize his audience is probably even more informed than he?

  64. @High Plains Grifter

    Ashley Babbitt, like Kyle Rittenhouse, thought she lived in a free country where she could make a difference by protesting. Both are wrong and discovered the actual truth.

    My suggestion that 75M people do a sit down / strike / quit was an example. If 5M did it that would be enough to stop everything in its tracks while bankrupting the various state and Fed unemployment scams.

    As far as the power I have is concerned, I left the US 16 years ago partly out of conscience. After 9/11 I could see what was coming. I closed my computer consultancy packed up and left. I no longer wanted the US to succeed in murdering people in foreign lands and couldn’t stomach the thank you for your service morons. I had no desire to live in a police state and that is exactly what the US has become. Just wait for more laws concocted by the scum in gov’t to further erode your natural rights. Remember, 150,000,000 people voted to provide the legitimacy for the gov’t that is out to destroy you.

    I took my considerable software and white hat hacking skills and retired them from the market. By retiring in my mid 50’s, I use the US tax code to full advantage by not earning enough to trigger owing taxes. That is my small contribution to throwing sand into the gears.

    What have you done, but keep supporting the beast by laboring for its benefit?

  65. The assertions are common and extremely misleading and disingenuos that Americans stole land from Mexicans. Hardly any Mexicans ever lived in what is currently the United States prior to manifest destiny doctrine.  and there it happened 200 years ago. It was in 1819 that the states that are now currently Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, California, Colorado, Utah, and Nevada were ceded over to Mexico by the Spaniards. The Spaniards were brutal dictators that toppled the Incas and the Aztecs. The Spaniards enslaved local populations, as did the Portuguese. Over 90% of indeigenous populations microbial diseases of Europeans. Europeans had inherent resistences to such diseases, including small pox. The overwhelming majority of hispanic people today are decendants of Spanish, Portuguese, and ( African decent, in Brazil primarily ). There are extremely few indigenous people living in the Americas. 

    In 1821, the newly created Mexican government intended to expand into what is currently Texas. They offered cheap land to anyone that was willing to become a citizen of Mexico, and Catholic. The overwhelming majority of people that took them up on that offer were Americans. There were relatively few people in Texas prior to that. The offer by the Mexican government resulted in 15,000 Americans migriting to Texas, and only 5,000 Mexicans migrating to Texas. Americans were the majority of people in Texas from the start of Mexico’s shortlived attempted expansion into Mexico.

    So, are they arguing that those states should belong to Spain that conquered American Indigenous lands, or Mexico, which negotiated those states from Spain? 

    That is the equivalent of the British granting The Land Of Palestine to the Jewish people for the creation of Israel.

    These are attempts used to make Americans feel guilty for living in America. 

    Andrea Iravani

    In the Global Rresearch article link below, Madea Benjamin and Nocolas J.S. Davies assert:

    “Americans were not always so ignorant of the imperial nature of their country’s ambitions. George Washington described New York as “the seat of an empire,” and his military campaign against British forces there as the “pathway to empire.” New Yorkers eagerly embraced their state’s identity as the Empire State, which is still enshrined in the Empire State Building and on New York State license plates.” 

    “The expansion of America’s territorial sovereignty over Native American lands, the Louisiana Purchase and the annexation of northern Mexico in the Mexican-American War built an empire that far outstripped the one that George Washington built. But that imperial expansion was more controversial than most Americans realize. Fourteen out of fifty-two U.S. senators voted against the 1848 treaty to annex most of Mexico, without which Americans might still be visiting California, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Nevada, Utah and most of Colorado as exotic Mexican travel spots.” Madea Benjamen and Nicolas J.S. Davies.

    https://www.globalresearch.ca/decline-fall-american-empire/5736365

    Andrea Iravani

  66. Rooster10 says:
    @anonymous

    Great analysis. I’ve also often wondered how the White politicians, especially the Democrats, rectify the anti-White policies they enact, knowing how negatively it will affect their family and grandchildren. The first conclusion I’ve come to is that the anti-White movement is now like like a runaway freight train that’s only picking up steam and they’ve made the conscious decision to hop on board rather than get run over by it. The second conclusion I’ve come to is that these White politicians just don’t care… they don’t care about what happens to the country, they don’t care about what happens to their family, they don’t care what happens after they’re gone. Like you said, these people truly are psychopaths who only care for themselves and what they can graft from the American public.

  67. @Anon

    Australia?? You can’t be serious.

  68. saggy says:
    @sally

    Since by definition alone, the USA is not a democracy is difficult to see how Cultural Marxist led by Trump or anyone else could attack a democracy that does not exist?

    Don’t be silly. We live in a democratic country – you don’t get to make up new meanings for words, and a democratic country is one in which the government is run by honestly elected representatives. We have that.

    The problem, unfortunately, is that democracy sucks, and it cannot be otherwise. The idea of letting the rabble vote for a large body of governors, congressmen, is absurd on its face. Congressmen are easily bought, so big money rules, that is a given. But there is more, in a ‘democracy’ there is no accountability, thus the US can fight endless wars half way around the world and no one can be identified as being responsible, and worse yet, the rabble wouldn’t give a damn if those responsible were identified.

    But, imperfect as it is, it is still not bad enough for the cultural Marxists. They want to see the government collapse, so they attack it. The definitive book on the subject is ‘The Culture of Critique’. For years the CMs have criticized religion, morality, racism, capitalism, the wealthy, they criticize anything and everything, most of it coming from the ‘left’. Before Trump the ‘right’ identified with traditionalism and respect for the authority of the govt.

    But Trump changed that, he criticized every aspect of the government and society, calling the govt. a ‘swamp,, calling out the fake press, of course the government it not a swamp, it’s Zionist, the press is not fake, it’s Zionist, so Trump has lied about everything from the get go. He criticized the wars before the election, and then increased the bombing. But his crowning achievement in the eyes of the Jews with be the color revolution he is now leading against the US govt. The definitive characteristics of a color revolution is that it is supported by the Jews and it is based on a charge of a fake election. We have seen more disrespect for the US govt. in the last month than we have seen in years from the CMs. And there is no sign that it will stop as the Trumpers are a cult, it’s inexplicable to me, but it’s real. Trump has been an unmitigated disaster for the ‘right’ and for the US generally, and his legacy will live on.

    • Replies: @Dube
  69. The pretence that this was a serious attempt at armed insurrection must be stoked for political expediency. This is a Reichstag fire moment. Having inflated the alleged threat, “making sure something like this never happens again” will be the pretext for an ideological crackdown

    Right. Not going to happen. This is a decent piece. But you went full drama-queen there.

  70. Anonymous[401] • Disclaimer says:

    One unconfirmed assertion is that Ashli Babbitt was murdered by US Capitol Special Agent David Bailey…”the same man who let US Rep. Steve Scalise get shot nearly to death in 2017… Agent Bailey [is] a Brazilian immigrant who has pledged his allegiance to the deadly Black Lives Matter movement…”

    Any other suspects?

    How odd, too, that the FBI has the time, interest, and funds to dog each and every larper who entered the Capitol on 1-6-21, yet can’t be bothered to name the ONE minority killer of an unarmed white female.

    I never understood do-nothing Trey Gowdy, poseur-Hannity, and other conservative wimps hedging their comments by saying the “vast majority” of FBI agents are kosher. That’s like saying “not all” WWII Germans hated Jews. The question is…and always is…did ENOUGH do bad things?

  71. AReply says:

    There’s a hundred ways to excuse what went down, so leave it to Republicans to try all of them:

    They weren’t armed— …heavily

    Boys will be boys

    They occupied with a deep respect for their nation

    It wasn’t a ‘real’ coup

    [MORE]

    The were too incompetent to be feared

    What about BLM or Antifa

    There were some bad actors but the mass was mostly peaceful

    If they were helped by the police, how wrong can they be

    They were just role-playing, don’t you get it?

    It’s hyperbole, they weren’t going to actually “hang Mike Pence”

    It’s free speech!

    They obviously weren’t serious

    They are too incompetent to merit concern

    How could they even hope to stage a coup, it’s laughable

    It was a spontaneous gathering

    They’re not real Republicans

    What about all the fraud?!

    It’s like 1776! Down with tyranny!

    It’s a false flag

    They meant well

    It doesn’t matter the nation is already lost to jews, darkies yellows and spics

    Patriotism can be messy

    Very minor event and anyway not who we are

    It was disgusting, but forgettable

    You can’t trust ‘those’ Republicans

    It’s too absurd to be accounted for

    They were under psychic duress

    There was no leadership, command, nor control

    If there was any leadership, command and control, they didn’t intend to change the outcome of the election, nor
    to hurt anyone

    It was a security failure, the mob never should have been allowed

    The mob was on their own property

    No sane person would fear for their lives just because a hoard of angry Republicans was smashing through doors into their offices chanting kill kill. Everyone knows you can’t take Republicans seriously

    They were just doing what they were told!

    Democrats made them do it

    IT GOES ON AND ON

    IMPORTANT ASPECTS THAT WILL REMAIN UNCONSIDERED

    PROPAGANDA: Republicans are enthralled by TV. and their internal measure of their sense of autonomy is how enthralled they are by TV. It is an open paradox. Republicans see America as a white Fantasy Island in which they express their freedom by doing what their leadership tells them to do. Repeat lies at least 3 times are the party watch-words

    IDENTITY: Crypto-fascism is for real, and organized by Republicans with emphasis on cryptic, so much so the operatives don’t recognize their own code. This is a tactical adaptation that one need never hold one’s self to account if he doesn’t even know his own mind. Republicanism is a purely ideological movement advocating an abstract conservatism to which the Party powerful do not adhere.

    CONSERVATISM: There has been zero self-accountability and zero contrition. The conservative movement is today a radical structure built on vast systems of lying, exploitation, and apparent willful ignorance to the interests of narrow silos of power. In spite of fanatical clinging to his “right to bear arms” the American “conservative” (radical) knows his weapons are useless as political instruments, because his beloved military is an instrument of empire which can smash him back to the stone age. This is good luck for everyone because American conservatives (reactionaries) would shoot each others legs off if they weren’t kept in check by the same hegemonic force that secures markets for plutocracy.

    DEMOCRACY: Republicans do not like democracy, and seek to debase it, because it lets in an unwanted other. There’s no need to look any deeper than the moniker itself, which evinces a hierarchical classist orthodoxy of representation in governance: The Republic. This orthodoxy has been pretty much obviated in 21st century American civic governance by sprawling tyrannies of finance. The Republican party could be disbanded and America would become more democratic, but it is kept alive as a zombie because a second political face is required to make adversarial corporate interests seem somehow connected to the will of the people. This depends on the slight of hand of corporate personhood. The Republican Party official can say “people” and FoxNews thralls will think he is talking about them, when what he actually means is a corporate charter and board of directors. The purpose of the Republican Party is to provide cover for the more socially regressive interests of capital by appealing to the autonomy of the People. Rich Republicans have no problem with this because as owners, regressive politics serve them well to keep the labor market chaotic, replete with resown and ripening generational exploitation opportunities (slaves).

    LEADERSHIP: The movement was organized by, addresses the concerns of, and is politically catering to, the historically, most recognized, most accommodated, most heard, and most powerful demographic of the country: White Republican men. The mob was organized and led by a Republican President

    The spread of millenial Republican presidents:

    Trump: A racketeering liberal-media Reality TV star who inherited his wealth, dodged public service, built a casino real-estate empire from debt and privileged access to NY public money, and who operates as a mobster, a womanizer with top-level Pizzagate connections who salaciously flaunts his own female children as sexual objects, a divorcee, and an openly hypocritical pandering “Christian”.

    Bush Jr: Son of former President, dynastic nepotism, a dry-drunk ignoramus who became a tool of Neocon (Republican Federal careerists) with the help of an insider network connected to the “deep state” who presided over the blow-back of his family’s Middle East business ventures and the collapse of the economy due to Republican deregulation of key banking sectors.

    Bush Sr. Head of CIA for Ford, the shoe-in Republican after Nixon’s Republican treachery. Heir to key silos of deep-state defense, energy, governance. A Skull & Bones blue-blood.

    St. Reagan: TV actor. “Bedtime for Bonzo” The full realization of TV puppetry figurehead. Champion of plutocracy, Trickle-down policy, Thatcherisn: ruination of unions, agrarian commonwealth, gutting of family owned industry, ideologically rapacious cosmopolitanism attended by ascendancy of junk of bondsmen and cementing of Western transnational oligarchy of world domination.

    If you think Democrats are part of the program, look at the Republicans dragging them further towards anti-democratic policies, based on continual refinement pure nationalist ideology.

    Want to find a conservative today in the sense of governance according to some verified operational civic principles, find a Democrat. Want unhinged post-yippie radicals who intend to subvert American society for preservation of dynastic wealth and power, go Republican.

    Over it all the stain of South, the Civil War, and the Reconstruction lingers like the Shroud of Turin upon the Republican body politic. A perversely weird manifestation given the Party of Lincoln!

    Yet in the midst of the self-created hurricane of treachery against the American people and conservative ideals, the only place Republicans refuse to look for a problem is in the mirror. Republicans are true ideologues in that they entertain only their idealization of themselves, and tolerate their own infinite destruction of their society by regarding their own hands as alien invaders. In this way conservatism can remain perfect and unspoiled while the conservative can indulge his basest drives.

  72. Anonymous[661] • Disclaimer says:

    BUT you DID NOT REFUTE all/any of the EVIDENCE/S CLAIMS put forth by HIGHLY professional, scientific, forensic, statistical, mathematical, demographic, voting rolls data, audio/VISUAL evidence/s , testimonial, written, that PROVE/s that TRUMP WON…beyond any doubt…YOU are doing exactly what the MSM does; denies any evidence without presenting IT/THEM….IT quacks, walks, looks, behaves like a duck BUT YOU ARE SAYING in a very elegant BS that IT not a duck…

    • Replies: @saggy
  73. Voltara says:
    @Wally

    Trump will be desperate to protect his wealth and what remains of his businesses. If he doesn’t bow he will spend the rest of his life under attack from all sides with a real chance of ending up in prison

    • Disagree: Joseph Doaks
  74. Anonymous[661] • Disclaimer says:
    @RoatanBill

    BUT this article/author DOES NOT REFUTE any of the CLAIMS/EVIDENCE(s) written, audiovisual, verbal, scientific, mathematical, statistical, official voting rolls, THIS IS BS article…I recall TRUMP claiming that about 30K votes county votes in excess of the local county population (registered/unregistered) voters.in Alabama Xcounty…then the state secretary/AG for Alabama told TRUMP that those numbers were wrong…and even question the source…and TRUMP replied..well teh source for these numbers/stats is YOU…the Alabama state AG office…and the Alabama AG replied YES those are MY (official) NUMBERS and he said they are wrong….IN other words yes the Alabama state AG accepted that the elections 2020 were a FRAUD, the numbers were a fraud, his own words are fraud..and the American WE the (deplorables) people must grow up and take it up the ass…no there is no Santa Claus.(democracy/constitution/republic).you red neck hick morons..

  75. Neoconned says:

    Technical question about viruses & COVID….

    The other week i was listening to a radio show where a caller said most viruses had 1 mode of transmission…..

    Covid19 per the caller had “all 3 modes of transmission….”

    What are these 3 modes? And how does Covid19 having all 3 modes imply it was bioengineered?

  76. bjondo [AKA "5 dancing shlomos"] says:

    Mostly a friendly gathering of like minded Americans.

    Infiltration by not like minded, not friendly DS agents.

    100 million and more are definitely a different woke.

    The game was to derail (or to provide an excuse) the questioning senators and reps.

    With sell out Pence and possibly murder, the coup became a success.

    A day that will be remembered to DSS regret.

  77. @Thomasina

    “Gee, do you think it’s maybe because they KNOW that election was stolen and that people are legitimately angry about that?”

    Yes, I think so… 70 million people are angry, and they have most of the guns… good reason to worry.

  78. @RoatanBill

    If you smell self-assured verbal vomit of someone such as Lil’ Bill who is always using words intended to steel others to violence, it’s only because Lil’ Bill’s just another coward who’s never seen the consequences of violence which, once started, never stops. More, he’d faint at the sight of his own blood–cause after all, he’s the good guy. That’s why Lil’ Bill jumps at every chance at calling for violence here in the U.S.–that is, so long as he can be our Lil’ South American cheerleader …Ole ! Kill’em!! Kill’em all !!

    Lil’ Bill otherwise likes to brag to us from Honduras about his superior sense of ‘caution’:

    “..I haven’t paid any US taxes in 16 years because I take advantage of the tax law as written…I’m cautious enough to get out of the way should nukes start to fly due to the US constantly pissing off China and Russia…”

    https://www.unz.com/freed/china-a-cold-shower/?showcomments#comment-4322007

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  79. Abbybwood says:
    @gotmituns

    So, I am almost 71 and a week ago my son and I went to Marina del Rey, CA to visit someone on the Marina Peninsula near the Venice Pier. Major Rep. Ted Lieu enclave of Maddow liberals.

    A rich lady pulled up on her bike and she had a Bernie sticker so my son, being a former Bernie Bro said, “Yeah! Bernie!” and as she entered her swank garage she said, “Yeah, Biden!” and me being me I yelled “Yeah Trump!”

    Within a nanosecond she screamed, “Go kill yourself!!!”

    Politically that’s right up there with, “Go fuck yourself!!”

    So, to keep me and my son “safe” I said, “I was just kidding!!” as a neighbor came out onto his balcony and screamed at bike lady, “Hey! I am a Trump supporter! Should I go kill myself too?!”

    This was our cue to get in the car and leave.

    And it’s Trump supporters who need to be de-programmed?!

  80. Dube says:
    @saggy

    …the Trumpers are a cult, it’s inexplicable to me, but it’s real.

    Are there no Trumpers who are not cultists?

  81. Spanky says:
    @anon

    Demonstrations need to be held where a point can be made but officialdom and the media are not in a position to interpret it in their favor. — anon622

    None of the Above

  82. This doofus lost me when he claimed that on 9-11-01 Al Queda killed 2,974 Americans. Anyone who is not a government or corporate employee and possesses at least two connected neurons full well recognizes that it was an IN$IDE JOB.

    Perhaps I will read the comments to see who else may have stopped reading at that point rather than brave it out to the bitter, twisted end of essay.

    Ron Unz: I understand you like to present a broad array of presenters on the site, but this one insulted my intelligence.

  83. @Brooklyn Dave

    Brooklyn: Get with it. Semantic trap you just fell into calling that Bill of Rights killing doctrine the “Patriot Act”.

    It is the “Patriot SUPPRESSION Act”. Capisce? The other side has heavily weaponized language to make their most vile actions appear all nice and sugary sweet. Don’t help the cause of the enemies of humanity by using their language of mental mindfuckery. I’m sure you mean well, but those bass-turds are like sneaky, slithering snakes twisting words to mess with our own communication.

    • Replies: @Brooklyn Dave
  84. Spanky says:
    @WJ

    Torture.

    This was the infuriating thing about Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearings. It appears the left’s imaginary teen sex circus was designed to deflect attention away from his White House memos authorizing torture. And now he sits on the SCOTUS…

  85. Spanky says:
    @RoatanBill

    Stop cooperating non violently and throw sand into the gears at every opportunity. — RoatanBill

    We agree.

    At a minimum, stop the idiotic voting pantomime. It accomplishes nothing because the gov’t (deep state) always gets elected. — RoatanBill

    True, as far as voting for party candidates is concerned. But still, I wonder what might happen if overwhelming numbers of citizens voted by marking their ballots None of the Above?

    • Replies: @Biff
  86. frontier says:
    @High Plains Grifter

    Quit denigrating what Ashley Babbitt did.

    OK, but first, you should stop beating you wife! See, starting with an unsubstantiated wild accusation isn’t hard but it doesn’t make it right. Criticizing the organization of the Capitol protest has nothing to do with disrespecting its participants… they were lied too, cheated and entrapped. I actually feel for them and most of all for Ashley, who we lost needlessly – that’s the important point that needs to be discussed – the entrapment of so many trusting people into a shallow anti-American PR action, led by Trump, Q and quite a few subversive alt-media personalities.

    RoatanBill is right about peaceful mass actions being the only viable option, everything else can and will be used for a complete and open destruction of the Constitution.

  87. saggy says:
    @Anonymous

    BUT you DID NOT REFUTE all/any of the EVIDENCE/S CLAIMS put forth by HIGHLY professional, scientific, forensic, statistical, mathematical, demographic, voting rolls data, audio/VISUAL evidence/s , testimonial, written, that PROVE/s that TRUMP WON…

    A rock solid case ….

  88. Biff says:
    @Spanky

    True, as far as voting for party candidates is concerned. But still, I wonder what might happen if overwhelming numbers of citizens voted by marking their ballots None of the Above?

    It gets thrown out. If all categories are not filled in correctly the entire ballot is tossed. At least that is how it used to work – these days however; instead of tossing the whole thing, it probably gets counted as a Democrat vote across the board.

    • Replies: @Spanky
  89. Spanky says:
    @Biff

    As a write-in for each and every race… Make them hand count ballots.

  90. Anon 55 says:
    @High Plains Grifter

    She was a soldier in Afghanistan and never learned that you don’t pop your head inside a door or window where the enemy is?

    • Replies: @Dave Bowman
  91. Thomasina says:

    Oliver Williams – that was an excellent article! Thank you.

  92. @The Soft Parade

    If you’re going to lie and be condescending, at least make it believable. Point out any of my comments where I advocated violence. I consistently advocate non violence, especially towards the gov’t, so your screed is without merit. Any fool can make stuff up.

    As for taxes:

    The average person doesn’t know that expats only start to pay Federal Taxes after they’ve earned over $90,000 per person. That’s the law. That would be $0 tax liability for a couple earning up to $180,000 per year. Avoiding paying taxes as an expat is easy. Just don’t earn more than $90,000 each. No fraud or tax evasion involved. So, learn a few things before shooting your mouth off.

  93. @Sick of Orcs

    Independent or not, I’ve found wealthy White people hate, hate, hate those less wealthy Whites like poison, more than any other race.
    Perhaps because they remind them there is a Bottom as well as a Top, and the colour of their skin is no preventative. They could fall out of their floating world tomorrow, and no one would recognise their superlative Quality.
    The best they can come up with is trying to liquidate the disgusting pale untermenschen, including their own blood relatives, by various stratagems. Those poors, they are spoiling it for the rich!

    When it’s all done, they assume that White skin will be exclusively and irrevocably hitched to membership of the most ineffably superior caste of whatever hideous slave-planet vision motivates them.

    • Replies: @Thomasina
    , @Sick of Orcs
  94. Thomasina says:
    @Expletive Deleted

    Wealthy whites aren’t lording their wealth over poor whites. They’re lording their “wokeness” over poor whites. “Oh, my goodness, I’m such a good person. I embrace all things ‘woke’.” They actually think this is a laudable trait.

    • Agree: Sick of Orcs
  95. @Wally

    Trump will probably just fade away. But the one good thing about his presidency is that by speaking with no filter, he triggered the establishment so badly that they revealed how much they were willing to subvert democratic principles to get rid of him (election fraud, media collusion, censorship, etc.) Now 75 million people (as well as independents and some more traditional democrats) are awake. Trump did his part (intentionally or not), but he’s not needed any more. Prob better off without him really.

  96. @Expletive Deleted

    For wealthy Whites it could be hatred, but I assume it’s more likely indifference or even ignorance; their world is a bubble.

    But so is ours: how many middle-class Whites are concerned with the dirt-poor Whites of Appalachia?

    For anything to get going a single leader of fanatical strength must rise, who accepts he will likely end up martyred, a very tall order indeed.

  97. @Anon 55

    don’t pop your head inside a door or window where the enemy is

    NOT a battlefield. No known “enemy” round the corner. A window in the Capitol building in the heart of Washington DC.

    In the FUCKING Capitol.

    And NO standard police /detective investigation, closed scene of crime, yellow tape, fingerprints, witness interviews.. etc, etc. And NO police announcement, press statement, or any form of public responsibility – or even enquiry – by any of the filthy pig scum who have been bribed to do the will of their Masters. And no media insistence on their public duty to investigate a murder, blah blah blah. NO ONE arrested, charged or placed on bail. No one even NAMED as a suspect. There will be NO further action taken.

    Pre-meditated murder in the USA is now no longer a criminal offence – as long as it’s carried out in a “government” building by a “government” official – who “feared for his life” with a gun in his hand. Just a beautiful, innocent, defenceless, patriotic young White woman murdered in cold blood whilst exercising her right under the Constitution to make a political protest. Move along. Nothing to see here.

    The end is near.

  98. Franz says:
    @theMann

    You are correct on that.

    I forget to factor the J part in, leaving us to think it was strictly Russian-on-Russian crime. This is a blunder many of us forget to add to the equation.

    Odd fact is, Alexander Solzhenitsyn (90 percent though his GULAG books, BTW) also skips this quite often. He’ll go on a bit how “it was them” but then forget it also. The European people’s have a blind spot, or at least we keep skipping the key bits. My error, but a lots of us need a constant heads up, thanks for providing.

  99. @Wally

    Trump = garbage in, garbage out
    He will be a total non-factor in our future. A showdown is coming; he will want no part of it. To let him be part of it would be self-defeating. We can win . . . but not with him.

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