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The Unz Review Digest - January 24, 2021

Ranking first by a wide margin was my own article pointing out that despite media suggestions to the contrary, the official outcome of the Trump-Biden race was extraordinarily close, and in the right locations a shift of just one vote in 7,000 would have put Trump back into the White House, with the exception of the notorious 2000 Bush-Gore contest, the slimmest margin in over 100 years.  Moreover, the unprecedented censorship of anti-Biden information by both the mainstream media and the Tech giants clearly stole the election from Trump, easily explaining the enormous anger of his voters, which boiled over in the DC Capitol.  This topic has quickly attracted nearly 600 comments totaling almost 65,000 words.

Four of the five next most popular featured articles dealt with the same theme of the consequences of the enormous controversial Trump-Biden decision and the violent protest events in DC.  Paul Craig Roberts denounced the media for  both attempting to cover up widespread voter fraud and also dishonestly portraying the events in the Capitol. Gregory Hood urged Trump backers to take careful stock of the situation, recognizing that their candidate was a very poor vessel for their political hopes, and admit that many of them were deluded into believing the comforting QAnon conspiracy theories.  Marcus Apostate put these political developments in the broader context of an long-term “fifth-generation war” against white Americans, who are now faced with many of the pressures experienced by Weimar Germans a century ago.  The Saker argued that also the dark forces that defeated Trump do control the US, most of Europe, and other vassal-states or dependencies, much of the world remains out of their hands in “Area B” and will continue to successfully resist, including Russia, China, and Iran.  These articles together attracted over 1,000 comments totaling nearly 130,000 words.

Finally, rounding out our most popular featured articles was Philip Giraldi’s column on the death of multibillionaire Sheldon Adelson, who deployed his gambling-fortune to promote Israeli interests at the expense of American ones, helping to arrange for Trump’s pardon of the Jewish spy who had stolen all our most crucial military plans at the height of the Cold War, leading to their acquisition by the Soviets.

Donald Trump is gone. No storm broke. No reckoning came. There was no plan. In his place, a career politician assumed the presidency. Joe Biden muttered some platitudes. Most people have already forgotten them, probably including Joe Biden. We’re told the inauguration was historic and dramatic. It was banal and boring. It celebrated mediocrity. It... Read More
First They Came for White Southern Males…
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Many Americans woke up this week to the crystal-clear realization that we have entered a fifth generation (5G) civil war for control of this county – a culture war, yes, but much more than that. In this short essay, I draw from history to briefly reflect on what this means to me as a more... Read More
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Today it appears that the triumph of our adversaries is total. I want to post this column saying that I don’t believe for one second that this is true. All I want to do today is explain why. Thus, just to make clear to those alternatively gifted, this is not a comprehensive analysis and I... Read More
The malignant toad is dead
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Casino magnate and Israeli patriot multi-billionaire Sheldon Adelson, one of the world’s richest men, died in Las Vegas on January 11th at age 87. He had been suffering from cancer and has been buried at the Mount of Olives Cemetery in Israel. When his body arrived in Israel it was met by Prime Minister Benjamin... Read More
Hear me out and you will understand the title. There is a difference between a rebellion and a revolution. A rebellion is what occurred in the thirteen colonies in the late 18th century. A revolution is what occurred in Russia in 1917. A rebellion occurred in the colonies, because the subjects of the king in... Read More
Michael Hudson and Pepe Escobar last month took a hard look at rent and rent-seeking at the Henry George School of Social Science. Michael Hudson: Well, I’m honored to be here on the same show with Pepe and discuss our mutual concern. And I think you have to frame the whole issue that China is... Read More
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Although hardly suggested by our mainstream media, the officially-reported results demonstrated that our 2020 presidential election was extraordinarily close. All the regular pre-election polls had shown the Democratic candidate with a comfortable lead, but just as had been the case four years earlier, the actual votes tabulated revealed an entirely contrary outcome. According to the... Read More
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In the Name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful. In America, according to the Constitution, we have the right of freedom of speech and freedom of assembly. I’m grateful to God to live in a country that made that type of provision in the basic legal document that is the foundation of the politics and... Read More
In his Culture of Critique trilogy Kevin MacDonald shows how many Jewish intellectual movements have developed a culture of critique that undermines those ideas and values that protect White group interests and cohesion. These Jewish intellectual movements include the Frankfurt School (philosophy, sociology), Boazian anthropology, Freudian psychoanalysis, the New York Intellectuals (literature), Marxism and even... Read More
Good taste, not overly tacky (e.g. too much gold like with Trump). I'd probably build something like that as a strongman. There's nothing cardinally new about Navalny's video. The construction of a palace at Gelendzhik in Krasnodar Krai linked to friends of Putin was "leaked" to the world more than a decade by Sergey Kolesnikov,... Read More
On Your Own Time
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In my working life, I regularly encounter people in public affairs with a total lack of interest in history. Even officials with PhDs who swear by democracy and the rule of law, and who claim to promote them, will tell me that a man like Alexis de Tocqueville is too ancient to be of any... Read More
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There is a deceitful and ahistorical myth that frequently resurfaces in right-wing circles seeking to discredit socialism with lies about the Russian Revolution. No matter how many times it has been invalidated as fabrication, the reactionary mythos endures. As might be expected, the author is referring to the preposterous claim that American capitalists — or... Read More
In this important column I provide you with evidence that there was no assault on the Capitol, and I provide you with so much evidence that there was massive electoral fraud that it will take you all weekend to go through the evidence. Think intelligently. The rally for Trump on January 6 was massive, which... Read More
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The night of the January 6 invasion of the Capitol building, I immediately thought of the 1933 Reichstag Fire, when Nazi Brownshirts helped a foolish Communist set fire to the German parliament house and used that as an excuse to arrest the leaders of the German Communist Party and pass an act giving Chancellor Hitler... Read More
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We live in Orwellian times in which "the narrative" is everything, and all facts must be bent, twisted, or omitted to serve it. This process has greatly accelerated in recent days, following the incident in Washington on January 6th, 2021, which is fast becoming the Reichstag Fire for the Big Tech leftists who are now... Read More
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The January Sixth events in Washington D.C., depicted in the corporate media as Donald Trump’s criminal “incitement to insurrection”, were predictably greeted by Democrats and their media as the worst tragedy to ever befall American democracy, the heinous plot to establish a police state -- a coup d’etat, the final desperate act of a deranged... Read More
By 8 January 2021, Mitch McConnell had determined he would not permit the Senate to try Trump until 19 January 2021 or later. He ruled that the Senate could not convene for special session unless all 100 Senators formally agreed; he maintained that ruling consistently, through 19 January 2021. By 10 January 2021, House majority... Read More
The devastating hack on SolarWinds was quickly pinned on Russia by US intelligence. A more likely culprit, Samanage, a company whose software was integrated into SolarWinds’ software just as the “back door” was inserted, is deeply tied to Israeli intelligence and intelligence-linked families such as the Maxwells. In mid-December of 2020, a massive hack compromised... Read More
From The Economist, a week and a half after I broke the news that murder was up 38% in urban America in 2020 over 2019: No, they aren't. Who lives on those 7% of Chicago? That might give us a clue who is committing all the incremental murders. Murders in Chicago declined in recent years... Read More
[Excerpted from the latest Radio Derb, now available exclusively through VDARE.com] See, earlier, May 30, 2020: Even Right Abandoning Accused Minneapolis Cop—But They Shouldn't The incoming new administration will, with high probability, face three major crises in the next year or so. China will probably invade Taiwan. The stock market bubble will burst and the... Read More