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Sunday morning, President Trump announced that the world’s worst terrorist, the head of the ISIS caliphate who had raped an American woman, had received justice.

About to be captured and carried off in a helicopter by U.S. special forces, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi blew himself up with an explosive vest in a compound in northwest Syria. The long search for the sadist and fanatic had ended in triumph. No U.S. troops were lost.

That evening, Trump went out to the fifth game of the World Series between the Washington Nationals and Houston Astros. As his face was flashed on the big screen, the stadium erupted with people booing and chanting, “Impeach Trump!” and “Lock him up!”

That Trump is not cheered at a D.C. baseball game is not odd, for the spectators are not working-class Trumpians. Series tickets cost hundreds, even thousands, of dollars, and the spectators are drawn from a town that gave Donald Trump 4% of its votes in 2016.

The mutual distrust in this city was on display when Trump told the press yesterday morning that he had not alerted House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to the impending U.S. raid, because he was afraid of leaks.

“I wanted to make sure this kept secret,” said Trump. “I don’t want to have people lost. … We were going to notify them last night, but we decided not to do that because Washington leaks like nothing I’ve ever seen before. … A leak could have cost the death of all of them.”

The Russians, however, were alerted we were coming, as they control the airspace over the compound we were targeting. And Trump thanked the Russians for their cooperation.

Also left out of the loop was the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, Adam Schiff, one of the “Gang of Eight” that is almost always given a heads-up about major military operations. Schiff is conducting secret hearings to drum up support for Trump’s impeachment and removal for “high crimes and misdemeanors.”

It is imprecise to say this city is divided over Trump. It is rather almost solidly united behind what millions of Middle Americans believe to be a deep state-media conspiracy to overturn the 2016 election and effect a coup d’etat against a president whom this city detests but fears it cannot defeat in 2020.

A week ago, this writer noted the astonishing number of foreign capitals that were on fire with protests that go beyond marching and demonstrating — to riot, rebellion and even revolution. As with the “yellow vest” protests that shut down Paris on many weekends this past year, and the disorders in Hong Kong, the epidemic had spread to Beirut, Barcelona and Santiago, Chile.

In Iraq, over 200 have been killed and thousands injured in protests this month against the Baghdad regime. In Algeria, now six months after President Abdelaziz Bouteflika was forced to step down, rioters still battle the army.
The thread common to these uncivil, often-violent disruptions?

A conviction that the cause the protesters are advancing is so critical, noble and necessary that democratic rules may be dispensed with and law and order suspended in pursuit of the cause.

ORDER IT NOW

Saturday’s Washington Post describes the mindset that is taking hold in D.C. among militants, using as an example the Extinction Rebellion group’s dragging of a boat into the street at 16th & K to block traffic for hours to call attention to rising sea levels.

“Blocking traffic may only be the beginning,” wrote Marissa Lang. “As protests in the District continue at a rate of about two a day, activists looking to stand out from crowds that march near the White House or the Mall have resorted to more disruptive measures in recent weeks — a tactic that experts said will probably escalate.”

She cites sociology professor Dana Fisher: “There has been a lot of discussion among people on the left who use protests as a tactic that peaceful, traditional protests may not be enough. … That could mean … more people blocking traffic. … I think we’re going to see a lot more people coming into D.C. to get arrested.”

Fisher continues: “When activists don’t feel like their grievances are being heard or responded to … the natural progression is to get more confrontational and, sometimes, to get more violent. … I’m … surprised it’s taken so long.”

Who wins when leftists go lawless — in liberal citadels like D.C.?

This thinking echoes the famous “bodies upon the gears” speech of Mario Savio at the famous 1964 University of California, Berkeley campus riot: “There’s a time when the operation of the machine becomes so odious, makes you so sick at heart, that … you’ve got to put your bodies upon the gears and upon the wheels, upon the levers, upon all the apparatus, and you’ve got to make it stop!”

After Berkeley came civil disobedience; the burning of ROTC buildings; and urban riots marked by looting, shooting and arson. Out of that came Richard Nixon’s 49-state landslide, Ronald Reagan, and Republican triumphs in five of six presidential elections starting in 1968.

Bring it on.

Patrick J. Buchanan is the author of “Nixon’s White House Wars: The Battles That Made and Broke a President and Divided America Forever.”

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  1. Different demographics, different culture. But loyal Republican PJB may be accurate that the LEFT/DS are overplaying their hand

  2. lavoisier says: • Website

    After Berkeley came civil disobedience; the burning of ROTC buildings; and urban riots marked by looting, shooting and arson. Out of that came Richard Nixon’s 49-state landslide, Ronald Reagan, and Republican triumphs in five of six presidential elections starting in 1968.

    Bring it on.

    America was very different in 1968 than now. Demographics have changed.

    Riots today may have a very very different result than riots in 1968.

    The only good thing that could come from these riots is the forcing of people to take sides in what could become a very ugly civil war. If such a war is to be fought, it would be better to fight it now than later.

  3. A Historical FAIR Trade Deal with China that favors American WORKERS, 80% DECLINE of illegal inmigration, an accord with Turkey/Syria that will deflate the WAR, ISIS on retreat…whet do DEMS want??? the opposite??

  4. Paul says:

    “Out of that came Richard Nixon’s 49-state landslide, Ronald Reagan, and Republican triumphs in five of six presidential elections starting in 1968.”

    Out of that came the end of the imperialist adventure in Vietnam and Richard Nixon’s resignation.

    • Replies: @Jeff Stryker
  5. KenH says:

    America’s a radically different place in 2019-2020 than in 1968 and not in a good way. Demographics are the main difference with whites only comprising 60% of the general population vs. 87% in 1968. You also have around 40% of the white population that, thanks to decades of Jewish hate propaganda, are insane, self hating, SJW nutcases which has deeply cut in to the numbers of “the silent majority” who’ve now become the aging, persecuted and despised plurality.

    The time to partition of the United States has come. The interracial hatred and distrust between whites and non-whites and political discord and acrimony between Jewish led left and right is too much to overcome and we can’t roundtable discussion or wishful think our way to domestic tranquility.

    Left wing controlled cities already disregard civil liberties for people with pro-white and/or right of center political opinions and subject them to disparate police treatment and kangaroo court proceedings as we’ve seen in Charlottesville, VA, Portland, OR and now NYC with the Proud Boys.

    • Agree: lavoisier, TTSSYF
    • Replies: @Eustace Tilley (not)
  6. 60’s were different in that people were still rational actors.

    Today they are a herd,
    their brains reduced by Gramsciite non-education,
    shepherded by madmen and killers.

    • Replies: @Jim Christian
    , @follyofwar
  7. MBlanc46 says:

    Yes indeed, Leftists, start rioting in the streets to show how much you hate President Trump and the tens of millions of people who voted for him. It’s hard to imagine anything more likely to get him re-elected.

  8. anon[428] • Disclaimer says:

    One crucial difference between the 1968 and this 2018 is the former was organic , personal, anti cultural but administered by white bored rich middle class while the current revolt is the culmination of a process that stems from Bush-Cheney ‘s subversion of democratic process, betrayal by Obama, and uncouth, sexist ,corrupting ,corporatists behaviors of Trump . The impotent anger of the middle class would have gone unnoticed and would have been ignored but for the Trump’s anti -war stance . Suddenly the very forces that made Bush Cheney ‘s behavior acceptable and even commendable , allowed the elevation of betrayal by Obama to a higher pedestal and lauded it through the roofs and coopted the anti middle class activities of Trump , have found Trump to be not the best of the brightest to realize their long term interest
    Anti war if successful as philosophy , will eventually settle and cure most of the disputes disharmonies, poverties ,and racial tension , generational gap and hopelessness but will also clip the wings of the globalist , foreign masters and the nepotistic practices .

    This is why stupid from left is joining the intelligent psychopath from right wing . They are joining to let the pressure off the chest and go home . The latter is making future secure for him and his offsprings

    The backlash that followed 1968 gave America gold -dollar decoupling , petro- dollar , appearance of NED , covert foreign entanglements , deregulation, erosion of moral and family values , drug and violence , falling education standard
    and lack of accountability of military and corporation .

    Nothing to be proud of it .

    • Replies: @Jim Christian
    , @anon
  9. @KenH

    Our Republic obscenely disrupted;
    Our women and children corrupted.
    A storm’s gonna burst.
    I pray for the worst.
    It’s time the volcano erupted.

  10. Trump is facing a 1917 style revolt as the narcissistic Marxist scum of the 60’s have led the stupefied radicals they fathered into an outright hatred of everything good and worthy: Antifa.
    They must be indicted and executed as the treasonous scum they are.

  11. @Paul

    Actually, we can thank the Jewish anti-war protest organizers like Hoffman and Rubin for ensuring that we would not again have a draft.

    Everything else has come and gone. Nixon, his cabinet (Including Buchanan). Watergate. Reagan. Cold War.

    But…there won’t be conscription. Jews just won’t be sent to die in wars that don’t affect them. And we should thank the Jewish “pinkos” who ensure that nobody has to die in Iran who does not wish to. Nobody need die in Afghanistan. Or Iraq.

    It would be like “Chris Montisanti” complaining that he was “whacked” by his own mob boss. He chose to avoid a life of flipping pizzas for minimum wage by becoming a New Jersey “button man” for a crime family. Rural whites, who never had a mafia, have the option of working in teenager’s minimum wage jobs instead of serving in the military.

  12. anonymous[128] • Disclaimer says:

    “Bring it on.”

    Just in time for the next Most Important Election Ever. Then, with a Republican back in the White House, we can shut down the Department of Education (Reagan), lip read taxes (Bush), stop nation building (Cheney), and make America great again.

    Mr. Buchanan herds Red sheeple back into the Beltway puppet show.

  13. @anon

    Nothing to be proud of it .

    Drink something..

  14. @SeekerofthePresence

    They also aren’t having to go to war. Without the draft and Vietnam, the boomers would have become soft and fat even sooner. They skin they had in the game of Vietnam drove EVERYTHING that happened.

    • Agree: SeekerofthePresence
    • Troll: Twodees Partain
  15. TTSSYF says:

    One crucial difference between the 1968 and this 2018 is the former was organic , personal, anti cultural but administered by white bored rich middle class while the current revolt is the culmination of a process that stems from Bush-Cheney ‘s subversion of democratic process, betrayal by Obama, and uncouth, sexist ,corrupting ,corporatists behaviors of Trump .

    What utter gibberish, as is the rest of your comment.

  16. anon[428] • Disclaimer says:
    @anon

    A large majority of voters — 84 percent — are concerned about the prospect of Iran obtaining nuclear weapons, according to a Hill-HarrisX poll released on Monday. 
    That’s more than those who expressed concern over other foreign policy issues, including North Korea’s use of ballistic missiles, U.S. election security, Turkey’s military action in Syria and President Trump’s ongoing trade war with China.
    Voters across party lines expressed concern over Iran’s nuclear capabilities. 
    Of those polled, 89 percent of Democratic voters said they were either very or somewhat concerned about the Middle East country developing weapons of mass destruction, compared to 85 percent of Republican and 79 percent of independents who said the same. 
    Tensions between the U.S. and Iran escalated over the summer after the U.S. military confirmed that Iran shot down a Navy drone. Trump also accused Tehran of being behind attacks on two oil tankers, which prompted the administration to deploy an additional 1,000 troops to the Middle East. 
    Tehran responded by announcing that it would surpass the limit for uranium enrichment as agreed to in the nuclear deal that was created under the Obama administration. Trump withdrew the U.S. from the deal last year, but Iran had agreed to abide by the agreement’s terms until earlier this year.
    The Hill-HarrisX poll was conducted online between Oct. 21 and Oct. 22 among 1,001 registered voters. The margin of error for the full sampling is plus or minus 3.1 percentage points.

    https://thehill.com/hilltv/rising/467759-poll-voters-say-iran-is-top-foreign-policy-concern

    This shows that nothing has been learnt from the experiences out of the results of the open conspiracies drawn and actualized by the GOP , Democrats , media, think tanks and freelancers
    over last 18 years from Oct 2002 . The eagerness to fall for any bone thrown at so called citizen is perplexing and saddening . The perfect dictatorship has arrived . The politburo of Khrushchev ‘s Soviet , the Junta of Pinochet , the parliament of Saddam , the councils of Taliban or the members of North Korean ruling body could have expected this degree of success out of any of their propaganda .

    Reagan ‘s presidency and Nixon ‘s comeback – both were successful largely due to illegal conducts ,
    —both sabotaged the existing administration and colluded treasonously with enemies ( Iran and North Vietnam )

    • Replies: @anon
  17. DanFromCT says:
    @lavoisier

    All PB and Conservative Inc can do is wring their hands and pour whites’ blood in the water with their spineless chattering about principles and upholding the very democracy that will bury traditional America in the face of a demographic trajectory ensuring the homicidally anti-white forces being assembled begin persecuting white Americans in their own land. The reason is simple enough. Conservative Inc always was and remains the Jews’ controlled opposition, as recent revelations about Buckley’s flagship National Review make clear.

    An honest masthead slogan for Fox News, American Conservative, and American Thinker would be “Is it good for the Jews.” An even more basic truth is that whoever controls the msm controls the public forum in America and so the formation of men’s attitudes and the outcome of elections. Conservatism Inc and the Republican establishment virtually guarantee an alien elite will continue the subversion through control of the public forum until civil war is inevitable. Of course if a war did break out, these conservatives will disappear into the woodwork. Following their lead today is sacrificing our children and grandchildren tomorrow.

    • Agree: Rurik
  18. “Out of that” came Nixon’s loathsome “southern strategy” exploiting whites’ fears of blacks, piling on old peoples’ fear of the young, anal-retentives’ terror of change, patriots’ inability to acknowledge their nation’s war crimes. Worked so well Ronnie Rayguns recycled the trick in 1980. Nowadays the boogeyman is the scary Ay-rab the magician waves in front of your face while his hand is in your pants pocket helping himself to your wallet. Different misdirection, same result. Hey, keep blaming it on the kooky leftists or the commies or the fags or the new Hitlers that keep popping up everywhere and the illusion is complete.

  19. @lavoisier

    Beat me to it. The left is firmly in control now, of not just “academia” that the PBs and other Conservative Inc folks like to wring their hands about, the left is in control of major cities, the police, and the courts (and the fed LE agencies), as well as the House (forever), the media and the narrative. The only thing whites can do is play by the rules and hope other white law enf don’t beat and arrest them. There’s no cavalry coming to save anyone, and there is no deep-seeded desire for democracy by the new, permanently blue, left/under-30 crowd of blacks and browns.

    All these ridiculous soccer moms who still buy into the “diversity is our strength” crap while marrying up with educated white men (and/or then divorce raping them), are going to see their own very children beaten in the streets and forced into continued tax-slavery to feed the unwashed masses of invaders taking over the US. It’s unbelievable how much has changed and how much evidence there is of this, and yet upper middle and even middle class whites (particularly women) continue to vote for more of it.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @Corvinus
  20. Rurik says:

    A conviction that the cause the protesters are advancing is so critical, noble and necessary that democratic rules may be dispensed with and law and order suspended in pursuit of the cause.

    As others have mentioned, this is not the nation it was in 1968.

    The whites of South Africa had to go hat in hand to Russia, for succor from race-hate crazed blacks intent on their genocide. They would not be welcomed even in Trump’s ZUSA, no matter how terrible it gets for them. Indeed, the more they’re slaughtered wholesale, the less welcomed they’d be.

    So as Buchannan writes of our nation unraveling, and people suspending the rule of law in pursuit of their grievances, which side is prevailing at all levels?

    If there’s a conflict between some white farmer in California demanding that Anfi-fa stop trespassing and destroying his property, and leave or else, and he nicks one of them with some birdshot to punctuate his resolve, who will be arrested and jailed in Trump’s America?

    The anti-white criminal thugs? Or the law abiding farmer protecting his property?

    We all know the answer to that question.

  21. Realist says:
    @Rurik

    The anti-white criminal thugs? Or the law abiding farmer protecting his property?

    We all know the answer to that question.

    Anyone who thinks Trump is a friend to middle class Whites is nuts.

    • Replies: @Rurik
  22. Anonymous[347] • Disclaimer says:
    @OscarWildeLoveChild

    America’s college educated white women and snowflakes still in school will be seen hugging each other as they deliver the votes to the Dems’ homicidally anti-white coalition, delivering themselves and their own children up to a future of brutal repression, dispossession, and—if the past is any guide to the future—mass murder the likes of which the world hasn’t seen since the ‘Bolsheviks’ massacred sixty million whites in Russia a century ago. Count on it. There is no evil vanity will not sanction in the name of empowerment.

    • Replies: @El Dato
    , @loren
  23. Rurik says:
    @Realist

    Anyone who thinks Trump is a friend to middle class Whites is nuts.

    True, but at least he doesn’t seem to hate them with the psychotic malevolence of a billion exploding supernovas, like Hillary does.

    Or the seething, castrating, murderous malice boiling in psychic acid bile.

    so at least there’s that, no?

    • Replies: @Realist
  24. “After Berkeley came civil disobedience; the burning of ROTC buildings; and urban riots marked by looting, shooting and arson. Out of that came Richard Nixon’s 49-state landslide, Ronald Reagan, and Republican triumphs in five of six presidential elections starting in 1968.”

    What was going on in response to the societal issues in the nation’s cities has very little to do with the haranguing and mayhem on college campuses.

    That spoiled white kids in college didn’t like their course offerings was totally disconnected from the issues in inner cities. The person who got the snot knocked out of him because he questioned police behavior did not point to Berkley and demand to be taught Mexican History.

  25. Realist says:
    @Rurik

    Yes, Hillary is much worse than Trump.

  26. nymom says:

    The only good thing about the whole situation I think is that in the rare event a civil war actually breaks out we will see a mass exodus back to their homelands of the vast number of illegals currently in the country. Maybe I am wrong but I don’t see them caring enough to fight for either side…

    We’ll see.

  27. anon[299] • Disclaimer says:
    @anon

    A large majority of voters — 84 percent — are concerned about the prospect of Iran obtaining nuclear weapons, according to a Hill-HarrisX poll released on Monday.

    what percentage of that 84% can find Iran on a map? tell how far Iran is from center-mass USA?

  28. Ruprecht says:

    “Out of that came Richard Nixon’s 49-state landslide, Ronald Reagan, and Republican triumphs in five of six presidential elections starting in 1968.

    Bring it on.”

    Sorry, Pat. The Republicans won a few elections, a gesture which has proved to be utterly meaningless.

    The New Left, by contrast, took hold of the most important institution, the universities. Not as completely in the US as in Western Europe and Canada, but close enough. The far-left now completely dominates the institutions that train and indoctrinate our future bureaucrats, lawyers, judges, journalists, schoolteachers, artists, performers, and on it goes.

    This, not the result of any election, explains how the left has taken complete control of the language, debate, and terms of political discourse.

    People thought that what happens on campus wasn’t important. They thought wrong. They thought the ballot box was the place to resist the rise of the New Left. They thought wrong.

    We now live amidst a political correctness reign of terror. Men accused of sex crimes are losing their right to due process. Anti-white racism goes unquestioned on campuses. Lives, reputations, careers can be destroyed by a careless Tweet, or a word taken out of context, or a joke overheard by inquisitive ears. The media is just a mouthpiece for a political elite that seized control of the universities in the 60s and of society by the 90s.

    Turn out the lights. Western Civilization RIP.

  29. @SeekerofthePresence

    The men in charge of this country in the 1960’s were full of hubris, and extremely arrogant as a result of winning WWII. They were convinced that the victorious USA ran the world, and it pretty much did, or so they thought. They got their comeuppance in Vietnam, and my generation of Boomers paid the price. Also, this so called “greatest generation” destroyed the cohesion of the nation when it passed the Hart-Celler Act of 1965, opening up the floodgates to refugees from all over the world. (Buchanan should surely agree with that sentence.)

    Looking back, I’m not sure they were “rational actors” at all. They were too full of the arrogance of American Exceptionalism to realize they were mere mortals, and that the country wasn’t composed of “Magic Dust.” Alas, subsequent generations have inherited the same illness, and it has been playing out in the Middle East since before GHWB started the first Gulf War.

    • Replies: @Justvisiting
  30. The big question remains: Did the US military actually kill al-Baghdadi? A quick internet search shows that he has been reported killed a few times before, at least once by the Russians. Now, as Obama did with Bin Laden, his remains have been buried at sea. This incident came at a most convenient time for Mr. Trump, as the democrat forces of impeachment were closing in. Call me a conspiracy theorist, but I remain skeptical of the whole thing.

  31. @follyofwar

    I’m not sure they were “rational actors” at all. They were too full of the arrogance of American Exceptionalism to realize they were mere mortals

    Don’t forget–they thought that God himself was on their side.

    What could possibly go wrong?

  32. Corvinus says:

    “That Trump is not cheered at a D.C. baseball game is not odd, for the spectators are not working-class Trumpians. Series tickets cost hundreds, even thousands, of dollars, and the spectators are drawn from a town that gave Donald Trump 4% of its votes in 2016.”

    Of course, there is no evidence that Buchanan offers for this assertion. It may be accurate, but unless he has the requisite source material, his statement is an opinion masquerading as a fact.

    “Also left out of the loop was the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, Adam Schiff, one of the “Gang of Eight”…”

    Which is dick move on the part of Trump. Buchanan would be crying foul if the shoe was on the other foot.

    “Schiff is conducting secret hearings to drum up support for Trump’s impeachment and removal for “high crimes and misdemeanors.””

    Except the meetings are not held in secret, they are part of the process that has been established by way of our Constitution and our Congress. Besides, there are Republicans who serve with Schiff, so there is no hiding anything.

    “It is rather almost solidly united behind what millions of Middle Americans believe to be a deep state-media conspiracy to overturn the 2016 election and effect a coup d’etat against a president whom this city detests but fears it cannot defeat in 2020.”

    There is no conspiracy nor is their a coup. Rather, it is a legitimate investigation being conducted based on reams of evidence. Buchanan on this issue of impeachment is a biased source given his lingering hostility toward the process. He cannot get over the fact that Nixon was indeed a crook on that particular matter.

    • Replies: @Justvisiting
  33. Corvinus says:
    @OscarWildeLoveChild

    “The only thing whites can do is play by the rules and hope other white law enf don’t beat and arrest them. There’s no cavalry coming to save anyone, and there is no deep-seeded desire for democracy by the new, permanently blue, left/under-30 crowd of blacks and browns.”

    Of course there is this calvary–it’s the angry white anglo-saxon who can channel their inner Pinochet and go all Hulk style on their enemies. Instead, you would rather complain and remain downtrodden It’s “white men” like yourself who constantly lament but choose not to take on the hordes who are overrunning you and your family. When are you going to take direct action?

  34. Is Trump Facing a 1960s-Style Revolt?

    Trump is facing an 1860s-style revolt of Whites who want their interests advanced as WHITES!

    Trump and the Republican Party are clear and present enemies of the European Christian ancestral core of the USA.

    The new political party called WHITE CORE AMERICA will recreate the multiple party contest that kicked off the Civil War in 1860. The White Core America Party and the Green Party and the Libertarian Party and the Democrat Party and the Republican Party will all be fighting for votes and the allegiance of voters.

    Tens of millions of Whites have withdrawn their allegiance from the treasonous donor-controlled Republican Party. The Republican Party is anti-white. The Republican Party pushes globalization and financialization and multiculturalism and endless overseas war on behalf of the millstone client state of Israel.

    The donor-controlled Conservative Propaganda Corporation and the donor-controlled Republican Party must be destroyed. Conservatism Inc and the Republican Party are both controlled by anti-White Globalizers.

    Conservatism Inc. and the GOP push nation-wrecking mass legal immigration and sovereignty-sapping mass illegal immigration and multicultural mayhem.

    Mass legal immigration and mass illegal immigration lowers wages, increases housing costs, swamps schools, overwhelms hospitals, harms the environment, causes urban and suburban sprawl, destroys cultural cohesion and brings crime and infectious diseases to the USA.

    IMMIGRATION MORATORIUM NOW!

    DEPORT ALL ILLEGAL ALIEN INVADERS NOW!

  35. romar says:

    “According to ground sources in Syria, a prevalent rumor in Idlib is that the “dead dog” in Barisha could be Abu Mohammad Salama, the leader of Haras al-Din, a minor sub-group of al-Qaeda in Syria. Haras al-Din has not issued any statement about it.”
    (Caliph Closure: ‘He Died Like A Dog’, by Pepe Escobar – https://www.unz.com/pbuchanan/is-trump-facing-a-1960s-style-revolt/

  36. @Corvinus

    it is a legitimate investigation

    It smells like a Witch Hunt from here…Schiff’s “narrative” on the phone call (he is a novelist as a hobby, btw) increased the stench.

    Happy Halloween, everyone!

    • Replies: @Corvinus
    , @El Dato
  37. Corvinus says:
    @Justvisiting

    “It smells like a Witch Hunt from here…Schiff’s “narrative” on the phone call (he is a novelist as a hobby, btw) increased the stench.”

    You really don’t have a nose for these things.

  38. Pat, Pat, Pat. After the derisory bullshit of the Warren Commission, jihadis in cropdusters, let’s roll, Iraq WMD, yellowcake, Russian electoral interference, &c. &c., you still fall for America’s sixth triumphant killing of diabolical jihadi Abu Bagadonuts? Is there anything CIA tells you that you won’t swallow? Russia already debunked it.

    Nobody cares about that crap. Nobody gives a rat’s ass what CIA’s presidential puppet ruler claims to do.

    Putative leftists boo. CIA focal points ratfuck with arbitrary abuse of function and complete control over the government’s authority and force, just like they did to your boss Nixon. And you’re scared of… leftists?!? Are you pretending you just fell off the turnip truck? You’re not that dumb.

    For the CIA focal points in their boxes, it makes good sense to act out some synthetic public resentment of the puppet ruler. The hope is all the poor sad bastards wearing baseball hats will blame what the CIA regime does on the other party. Everybody right and left hates this government. And here you are beating the dead decomposed horse of polarization. You’re making yourself more and more irrelevant.

    What people hate is the criminal enterprise that runs this country. That’s CIA. Good luck diverting their attention.

  39. KenH says:

    With neocons it’s always 1933 all over again and with Pat Buchanan it’s always 1968 again. He always finds some political parallel with the events of 1968. But in 1968 the Democrat party was not treasonous and insane and didn’t make satanic racial hatred of the founding racial stock as a central plank of the party.

  40. El Dato says:
    @Anonymous

    So it is feared.

    In 1917, communication was hard and the horizon of the world stopped at the nearest hamlet beyond the forest, if not nearer.

    In 2019, everybody can twitter-shriek in blue-haired abandon, access foreign media and alternative journalistic sources or choose from 100 channels of shit on the TV if he wants to get the prolefeel.

    Yet the outcomes are the same.

    Fascinating.

  41. El Dato says:
    @Justvisiting

    The only rational explanation is that this is a desperate attempt to divert attention from Biden corruption. Pedal to the metal!!

    It makes no sense though, Biden will be Reagan II in 2020 the way things are going.

    Unless that’s what is considered a favorable outcome.

  42. loren says:
    @Anonymous

    Uh Mao and his minions killed 100-200 million and zillions of pre born females.
    The actual app. numbers can be teased out, if you care.
    Or do only White deaths matter?

  43. Orange Fatass isn’t going to get 1960s style serious protests until he starts drafting young people of all classes and sending them into a meat grinder like Viet Nam (Hint: he won’t).

    The protest/hippie thing was all about avoiding going overseas and getting your ass shot off. Hippie dress code, the beads and long hair and bright colors, was a way of seeming as opposite of a soldier as possible. If soldiers are masculine, clean-shaven and bathe regularly, well, then, dress like women, have long hair like women, and shrug off bathing as long as you can. That’ll show ’em.

    But the draft is so WWII. These days the way to go is to immiserate a large part of the white working class and dangle the carrot of those good military perks like good food, more than one set of clothes, a chance to see the dr. and dentist, in front of them and watch them sign up. Sure, you might get shot at or blown up, but it’s really not much more dangerous than living in a working-class neighborhood in the US these day, and may be quite a bit less.

  44. @Rurik

    This. How some South African whites aren’t being given a fast track to come to the US? Where’s the airlift?

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