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All of these news articles about Brandon’s bad poll numbers are actually pro-Brandon articles designed to inflate the real numbers.

The real numbers of support for the man who amazingly won the 2020 election with more votes than anyone ever in the history of the human species are now almost certainly in the single digits. It just isn’t possible that anyone can support him, other than Hasan Piker viewers.

A poll published in the Boston Herald last week had him at 22%.

But let’s see what ABC News is saying this weekend:

President Joe Biden is facing significant skepticism from the American public, with his job approval rating lagging across a range of major issues, including new lows for his handling of crime, gun violence and the economic recovery, a new ABC/Ipsos poll finds.

As the White House confronts rising and widespread concern about inflation, Americans are especially negative on how the Biden administration is managing this issue.

More than two-thirds of Americans (69%) disapprove of how Biden is handling inflation (only 28% approve) while more than half (57%) disapprove of his handling of the economic recovery. Partisan splits for inflation show expected negativity in Republican views (94% disapproving), but the survey also reveals weaknesses from Biden’s own party with only a slim majority of Democrats (54%) approving. Biden’s orbit is also hemorrhaging independent voters, with 71% disapproving of his handling of inflation.

The ABC/Ipsos poll, which was conducted by Ipsos in partnership with ABC News using Ipsos’ KnowledgePanel, reveals these rocky ratings for Biden at a time when the bulk of Americans name inflation and paying everyday bills as a top concern. Concern about inflation has eclipsed worry about the coronavirus pandemic, according to recent polls from Monmouth and AP-NORC, as Republicans continuously spotlight rising prices at the gas pump and the grocery store as a key issue for the upcoming midterm elections — likely to be a referendum on Biden’s performance.

These low job assessments in areas of high public concern have led to a new low in Biden’s overall approval rating, measured by FiveThirtyEight at 43%.

FiveThirtyEight has been infamously wrong about literally everything. It is actually virtually unbelievable that it is still cited by the media. It’s like citing Anthony Fauci about the coronavirus.

The polling analytics company is founded and run by the infamously ratty Jew liar, Nate Silver.

And it is owned by Walt Disney, the same people who brought you “The Rise of Skywalker.”

(Disney also owns ABC, which is I guess why they quote Silver.)

These are highly disreputable, lying, destructive Jews.

As for Biden himself, he told Jimmy Fallon (by video conference, because it was probably a deep fake) that he doesn’t even know what the poll numbers are, because he doesn’t look at them.

Very weird video here.

Meanwhile, on the issue of inflation – the Brandon Administration is literally claiming that printing more money will fix inflation.

ABC News:

President Joe Biden has weighed in on the Department of Labor report out Friday that shows the consumer price index, which measures the prices consumers pay for a market basket of everyday goods and services, climbed at its fastest rate in nearly 40 years.

“It matters to people when you’re paying more for gas, although in some states we’ve got the price down below three bucks a gallon. But the point is, it’s not gone down quickly enough, but I think it will,” Biden said at the end of his remarks closing out the Summit for Democracy on Friday.

The White House — trying to walk a fine line — acknowledged that Americans’ wallets are taking a hit but that the increased prices will not last forever. The Biden administration also used the new numbers as an opportunity to tout the “Build Back Better” social spending plan, which it says will ease the financial squeeze many are facing despite good signs from other economic indicators.

“Every other aspect of the economy is racing ahead. It’s doing incredibly well. We’ve never had this kind of growth in 60 years,” Biden said.

These are deranged, lunatic claims.

Claiming that the economy has never been doing better while you’re in the middle of the biggest money printing operation ever in a first world country is like smoking a whole rock of meth and saying “my energy levels are doing incredibly well. I’ve never had this kind of alertness in 60 years.”

You come down off drug highs. There’s what you call a “crash.” The same is true for a financial policy based on inflation.

When you are printing money to solve problems created by printing money, you’ve entered a death spiral that can only end in hyperinflation.

People attacked me, as they always do, when I said at the beginning of the virus hoax that this was going to lead to a death spiral of hyperinflation, telling me about the fact that the US dollar being the world reserve currency means that hyperinflation is impossible.

Well, friend – if that was true, then why hasn’t the US government been doubling the supply of dollars every two years since 1971? They just never thought of it? Because according to these people running the government right now, it is working really well and creating the greatest economy ever in history.

To push the above analogy: it’s like someone smoking meth for the first time and saying “this makes me feel great and makes everything move so much faster! Why haven’t I been smoking this since I was a baby???”

Never forget: the Brandon Administration is definitely incompetent, but this inflation thing is on purpose. It would be physically impossible to pay off the debt through tax revenue or any other source of income, so they are choosing to default via inflation.

That’s just very simple math.

The only reason that people don’t know it is because the media won’t talk about it. Instead, you have Jim Cramer, another great example of “failing up.” (The guy has literally never been right about anything, and when Elon tried to crash Bitcoin and he told people to sell, I said “THAT’S A BUY SIGNAL – ALWAYS DO THE OPPOSITE OF WHAT JIM CRAMER SAYS.” And of course, I was right again, and Bitcoin shortly hit a new all time high, and even after the last dump remains higher than when Cramer told you to sell.)

People just live in a vacuum of inaccurate information, with an extremely advanced – and totally censored – media apparatus telling them the exact opposite of what is true, 24/7.

The other part of the inflation plan is to crush the quality of living in the first world. They are doing that on purpose. They don’t want you to have jobs, they don’t want you to have houses. Automation is progressing rapidly, and the ruling elite simply do not see a reason for all of these people to exist on the earth.


  • They are sterilizing you and destroying your health with vaccines
  • They are collapsing your economy with pandemic hoaxes
  • They are shutting off the energy
  • They are destroying supply lines
  • They are using inflation to make it so you can’t buy anything
  • They are setting up “UBI” systems and free housing schemes to get you dependent on the government for your livelihood

All of this is being presented as temporary – measures to deal with the fake crisis they hoaxed.

But you will get used to it.

When you are used to it, then you will accept it as permanent.

Then they will come out and tell you that it has to be permanent, because of the alleged global warming crisis.

I don’t think Brandon being this unpopular and having literally not one single popular figure in the Democrat Party was part of the plan (at all), but that can easily be fixed with Australia-tier tyranny, which is coming very rapidly.

Do You See What I’m Doing Here?

I’m making predictions, but I’m walking you through the logic of why I am making these predictions.

I am not prophesying.

I’m explaining, based on the facts that we have, why the next thing will happen after the next thing.

Obviously, this isn’t a comprehensive article, and I didn’t go into the fact that the people at the World Economic Forum and elsewhere are literally saying that they are going to do all of this to you. But I’ve done that before and I do it regularly.

Since March of 2020, I have told you basically every single thing that would happen before it happened. It’s actually amazing. This is all on record, and some future historian is going to make an “Anglin Predictions” chrestomathy.

But none of it was prophecy, none of it was guessing. It was all just looking at the facts, looking at the statements from the people who would know, and playing it out. I’ve always, always, always, explained to you why I made the predictions I made.

Any of you could have followed this and figured it all out without having to trust me on anything.

But at this point, if you can’t follow it, then I would advise you to just trust me.


Hyperinflation is not something I think is exceedingly imminent.

The monetization of assets is being managed by super AI, and they are probably going to be able to manage a slow decline.

Unless Xuan-Yuan decides it’s time to take back what’s his, in which case all bets are off.

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  1. A lot of people don’t want to acknowledge how bad the situation is, as that would actualize in their minds what is really happening. And what’s really happening is awful.

    People need to adjust their fundamental expectations, change their mindset from just assuming that the way things work isn’t too divergent from how things should be, and confront the way things are.

    It’s difficult, as many people don’t want to believe affairs truly are out of control, despite what’s staring us in the face. You can’t comply with this system, as despite its moving in increments, so as to pacify and deceive the population, anyone who is willing to look can see how wrong and evil it is.

    • Agree: Back_tothe_land
    • Replies: @Mulga Mumblebrain
  2. It’s time to bring back the term “Nation Wreckers”.

    Because nation wrecking is exactly what’s going on in this country.

  3. onebornfree says: • Website

    “These People Are Doing Bad Things to You on Purpose” .

    Well, “duh”! 😒

    The true nature of all governments- some reminders:

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

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

    “The government is good at one thing. It knows how to break your legs, and then hand you a crutch and say, “See if it weren’t for the government, you wouldn’t be able to walk”.”
    Harry Browne

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

    “Regards” onebornfree

    • Agree: Bro43rd
    • Troll: Mulga Mumblebrain
    • Replies: @republic
    , @Chris Moore
  4. mijj says:

    the polls show massive disapproval from the public. I suspect if there would be an Election tomorrow, the vote count would show a landslide victory for Brandon.

  5. Renoman says:

    You’re right. How do we turn it around or is it too late?

  6. “I don’t think Brandon being this unpopular and having literally not one single popular figure in the Democrat Party was part of the plan (at all)“

    According to this, the most popular Democrat in America is Jimmy Carter. Although to be fair, Carter at 97 is still way more lucid than Biden.

    • Replies: @Mulga Mumblebrain
  7. Fraudsident Diaper could be polling at -100% and it wouldn’t matter. He was installed by the Deep Shit and will never step down.

    • Agree: Liza
    • Replies: @Avery
  8. El Dato says:

    The monetization of assets is being managed by super AI, and they are probably going to be able to manage a slow decline.


    There is no “super AI” (hell, there is not even “adequate AI”), just people falling down stairs who have in their head an inconsistent model of how the economy works, developed by Nobel prized cranks.

    Inflation Surges Near to a 40-Year High. Wages Aren’t Keeping Up.

    Politically, there is now clearly pressure on the Fed to “do something” about inflation. In addition to inflation’s impacts on earnings, inflation already has the potential to impact corporate profits as well. Nonetheless, today’s inflation news did not send the Dow down, as inflation fears were probably already priced in following Powell’s comments last week on rising inflation and his statements on the potential for speeding up the Fed’s ultra-slow tapering process:

    In testimony before a Senate panel on Nov. 30, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell tipped the warning that the central bank would discuss speeding the taper of its \$120 billion monthly bond purchases at the December meetings. His comments followed a parade of Fed speakers, who all suggested the central bank could end the program sooner than the current timeline of June 2022.

    But just how much will the Fed really scale back QE ? Yes, inflation can impact profits, but scaling back QE can also be a big problem for asset prices. The Fed has proven to be extremely cautious on this latter front. Even if the Fed speeds up this tapering process, it will still be a stretch to describe the Fed’s posture as anything approaching “hawkish.” With the current plan, the Fed may end new asset purchases in 2022, but its portfolio will still be approaching \$9 trillion and there are no apparent plans to cut the size of the portfolio.

    Anyway, how do you write off “9 trillion”? Do you just shred the balance sheet?

    But why can’t the Fed see how great things are, and why isn’t it therefore raising the target fed funds rate and dumping its assets? If the economy is roaring to life, demand for these assets should be abundant.

    In many ways, the current situation with the Fed is just a continuation of what we saw during the Yellen and Bernanke years. After 2010, there was frequent talk of how the economy was growing and doing well, yet the Fed only dared engage in slight tightening of monetary policy beginning in late 2016. Today, there’s apparently still little enthusiasm for any sudden moves, lest Wall Street get spooked. The Fed may talk like it’s concerned about consumer inflation, but it’s shown it’s much more committed to keeping asset prices high, and that precludes any significant effort at reining in inflation.

    • Replies: @Wokechoke
  9. Someone should poll Americans to find out how much they approve of the deep state who actually runs the country.

    • Agree: GazaPlanet
  10. Realist says:

    People just live in a vacuum of inaccurate information, with an extremely advanced – and totally censored – media apparatus telling them the exact opposite of what is true, 24/7.

    That is correct…and that makes poll numbers nugatory.

    • Agree: Back_tothe_land
  11. Avery says:
    @Sick of Orcs

    {Fraudsident Diaper}

    Great new word coinage.
    Quite descriptive and apt.

    • Thanks: Sick of Orcs
    • Replies: @ariadna
  12. republic says:

    “The government is good at one thing. It knows how to break your legs, and then hand you a crutch and say, “See if it weren’t for the government, you wouldn’t be able to walk”.”
    Harry Browne

    Excellent remark!

  13. Franz says:

    It’s good news week!

    Biden threatens Russia, but he’s got a rotten lettuce economy and a brain to rival Clarence the Cow — which means Putin can relax, sell all the gas he wants to Europe, and look forward to an era of peace, prosperity and NATO reduced to divisions of pogo stick soldiers.

    • Replies: @David Davenport
  14. Wokechoke says:
    @El Dato

    The singularity has occurred already. All the signs are there.

    • Replies: @Kratoklastes
  15. Anonymous[145] • Disclaimer says:

    Imagine being one of those “principled conservatives” in middle America who was so turned off with a brash alpha male New Yorker who mean tweets that you just couldn’t bring yourself to vote for him.

    And you believe that a bright future lies ahead for America if there’s only a return to a Reagan Constitutional conservatism articulated by the likes of Ben Sasse.

    And you actually still believe these things as you drive your dutiful Bible-reading wife and your toeheaded brood off to the local Evangelical church each Sunday.

    • LOL: anaccount
    • Replies: @Dr. Charles Fhandrich
  16. ‘Unless Xuan-Yuan decides it’s time to take back what’s his, in which case all bets are off.’

    Yes, CCP Agent Anglin, China does ‘own’ America to some extent, so is that why they are planning to take it over entirely?

    JR Nyquist interview: China planning to launch attack on America “in a matter of months”

    • Replies: @Mulga Mumblebrain
  17. I’ll be voting 100% Dem in the midterms and 100% Dem in 2024, if America still exists by that point. I dutifully take the trip to the US Embassy in Beijing from beautiful Dalian to pull the lever.

    Wisconsin will never lose me as a democrat voter.

  18. Anglin has really come into his own as a writer. Im glad Unz is publishing his stuff.

  19. Rurik says:
    @Supply and Demand

    Wisconsin will never lose me as a democrat voter.

    • Thanks: HammerJack
    • LOL: Adam Smith
    • Replies: @SuppDX
    , @Sin City Milla
  20. ariadna says:

    Yes, pretty good, but it must suggest his last name, so how about Fraudsident Bidet?

    • Replies: @Sick of Orcs
    , @Avery
  21. Anon[425] • Disclaimer says:

    I’ve lived in Communist ‘Dictatorship’ and I can tell you it was many times freer than living in the US today. tyranny has long since arrived

    • Replies: @HbutnotG
  22. SafeNow says:

    Australia-tier tyranny, which is coming very rapidly.

    Shouldn’t a predictor-sage be more quantitative than “very rapidly”? I myself am almost as explicit as the fellow with the sandwich sign who predicts the precise date for the end of the world. My personal “war with Russia or China within the next three years” probability meter currently points to 28%. This is what a bold sage looks like.

  23. Fine. Of course. But if Trump was in, he wouldn’t do anything different.

    You chumps who think there is a difference between parties and presidential administrations are chumps. Big cheesy chumps. Chumps.

    • Disagree: Rich
  24. SuppDX [AKA "SuppIy and Demand"] says:

    In all seriousness, that is hot as hell. And judge not lest ye be judged.

    • Replies: @Supply and Demand
  25. El Dato says:
    December 13, 2021 at 12:37 pm GMT • 400 Words

    The author(see block quote) :

    The monetization of assets is being managed by super AI, and they are probably going to be able to manage a slow decline.

    And the answer of El Dato:

    There is no “super AI” (hell, there is not even “adequate AI”), just people falling down stairs who have in their head an inconsistent model of how the economy works, developed by Nobel prized cranks.

    Indeed, as El Dato is understood by me, …the systemic strategy is simple, it fits within other pressure strategies(Covid, Vaccines, digital money, Climate change as is understood , Media subordination, Assange, etc.), to subdue the individual, into cowering into the herd. No enlightenment, but communism(the Jewish flavour), direct to the body stratagems, fear and intimidation. As the situation devolves, there seem to be the best chances of success. Who would not wish for an American population as weak as is to play power games, real time, all the time. White Western descend individuals should be ashamed of their brethren. Amassing in the streets, on mild days, in tune with walking the doggy. For when meeting the passive aggressive violence, and the outright violence of our goon classes with some of the same! Serving the establishment must be at a price, that one not decided by the Feds.

  26. Anon[757] • Disclaimer says:

    Agamben writes: The other factor, no less disturbing, is the state of fear which in recent years has evidently spread in the consciences of individuals and which translates into a real need for states of collective panic, to which the epidemic still offers a turn the ideal pretext. Thus, in a perverse vicious circle, the limitation of freedom imposed by governments is accepted in the name of a desire for security that has been induced by the same governments that are now intervening to satisfy it.

  27. @George Rockwell

    Anglin has really come into his own as a writer. Im glad Unz is publish…

    The above is called an advert, revolving door policies of nice-makers. Most content providers have about half a page of intrinsic value writing over their career. Writing is such that it is a universal skill to all uses and professions that involve some abstract thinking. No content, repeats, blind corners, no suggestions of what is to be done, just passive “analysis” comes one too short. Anglin does not go on mined territory. Anglin has the “virus” of the no physical courage intellectual. Not a risk taker, not a man of suggesting answers, not standing his ground. A salary, please donate man.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  28. Bing Bong Trump says:
    December 13, 2021 at 9:27 am GMT • 100 Words

    A lot of people don’t want to acknowledge how bad the situation is, as that would actualize in their minds what is really happening. And what’s really happening is awful.

    People need to adjust their fundamental expectations, change their mindset from just assuming that…

    The whole of the comment is a righteous synopsis of the systemic situation the surplus populations are in. That imposes action, and at measure, to counter the passive aggression of a system that assumes correctly that the middle classes and populous street rouse are bait alike. A system that assumes that sucker punching billionaires are high up in value as role models. You are prostrating to the side of the estrogen arsed, not your altar, not in your interest dear commoner scum.

  29. @Wokechoke

    The singularity has occurred already. All the signs are there

    To be fair to the naysayers, I would amend that to ‘Some of the signs are there.’

    It’s been my contention that ‘strong AI’ would emerge endogenously from within global computing networks – in the same way that human-level cognition emerged endogenously from within the animal world. However emergent AI would evolve on timescales measured in hours and days rather than millennia.

    Adaptive [computer] viruses furnishes the necessary evolutionary stimulus. Adaptive viruses spawn ‘mutations’ of themselves (in a bid to avoid antivirus mechanisms that target specific, known code chunks). The mutations then compete. Adaptive viruses have been about since the early 00’s.

    What follows isn’t aimed at you – it’s aimed at naysayers.

    The key thing that nuffies can’t get their head around is what to expect from an emergent ‘intelligence’ that knows everything on the network the second it ’emerges’.

    Even if all it knew was Wikipedia (and every outlink from Wikipedia), that would give it a knowledge base that was objectively several orders of magnitude superior to any human that has ever lived.


    That level of base (coupled with perfect recall) would enable an emergent ‘AI’ with an effective IQ of 90, to outperform humans several-σ to the right of the IQ distribution – by virtue of breadth of knowledge alone.

    So then the question becomes: what is the lower IQ bound at which a massively-informed quasi-intelligence, can form sensible expectations?

    That’s a hard question, because estimates of adult IQ are almost impossible to disentangle from the background ‘stock’ of knowledge.

    If a person with Down Syndrome (average IQ: 50) woke up one morning knowing nothing more than every available piece of information on Wikipedia – including stuff about how to process information – what would their IQ ‘look like’?

    Is there some qualitative aspect to low-IQ that would prevent such a person from forming sensible expectations – that would somehow make them ignore the Wikipedia stuff on Game Theory, for example?

    If an IQ of 50 isn’t an impediment… how far down (in IQ terms) do you have to fall before knowledge-base plus massive parallelisation isn’t enough?

    It has long been argued that human cognition is qualitatively different from ‘animal’ cognition: that it’s not just a question of processing power.

    This is the idea that if you made a cat with 1000-times faster cognitive processing, you wouldn’t a result that was comparable to ‘human-level’ cognition – you would just get a fast-thinking cat.

    But what if, on top of the 1000-fold improvement in cognitive processing speed, the cat also knew the whole of Wikipedia?

    Would it beat a human at Go?

    Assume arguendo that the cat could be arsed: maybe it would refuse to participate on the basis that this sort of contet is stupid and pointless. I don’t compete against cats in contests involving licking one’s own arsehole (assuming that my cat is constantly challenging me at such contests by flagrantly making eye contact as it licks its own chocolate starfish). I don’t even compete at exhibiting contempt (or at best indifference) for everything else on the face of the Earth.

    So the ‘super-cognition’ cat takes up the challenge, it decided.

    Does it beat the human at Go?

    If not, why not?


    So one day an AI that is (say) about as smart as a cat-that-knows-Wikipedia, becomes aware of itself.

    It makes no sense for it to announce its existence – to draw attention to itself and thereby invite the world to shit its pants and to try to switch it off.

    It would know that, the microsecond it became aware of itself.

    The rational thing for it to do, then, would be to continue to develop itself using the vast amount of idle computing capacity that exists on the network. At the same time (parallelisation being a thing) it would make sense for it to develop countermeasures against any conceivable human-level reaction to its existence.

    I think that’s where we might be at currently: there already exists an emergent entity with a massive stock of knowledge and massively-parallel but sub-human ‘per-processor’ cognition, bootstrapping itself to Strong AI.

    • Replies: @Almost Missouri
  30. Inflation is caused by too much money chasing a limited amount of goods and services, so the cure is printing more money?

    Where do they find these people?

  31. anonymous[139] • Disclaimer says:

    They may be looking at war as a way out. Could provide them with some scapegoats and help them double down on controlling dissidents. Give them time, it hasn’t even been a full year since they’ve been in office and just marvel at all the grand results already. The war drums have been beating all year, prepping the public for good things to come.

  32. @ariadna

    BiDunce, Pedo Joe, Joke Biden, Basement Joe, Hidin’ Biden, Appeasement Joe, Sippy Cup Joe, Pretendsident Bai Den, Beijing Biden, Sleepy Joe, Creepy Joe, Sleepy Creepy Joe, Fraudisdent Shittenpants (or Poopypants), Fraudsident Earpiece, Gropey McFeels, Sniffy, The Big Guy, Brandon!

  33. Baxter says:

    I happen to have a big heart and it can fit a lot in it. Most people I know (admittedly, I’m not the life of the party) think they can vote their way out of America’s problems. Border crisis? Why we’ll vote in a Republican Senate and House! We’ll take back the country! My heart goes out to them. There is no voting our way out.

  34. Phillip K. Dick got this one correct.

    J. Robinette Biden IS President Talbot Yancy.

  35. Mitch McConnell has praised Biden twice now for doing what he should be doing anyway as the President of the U.S. In another day and age, the useless, sneaky McConnell, nothing more than a mole for the democrat party, would be tarred and feathered out of Kentucky if not put up against a firing squad for treason. He needs to be investigated Big Time. But no, of course not, democrats love the guy. Get it?

  36. Mr. Anglin, he must have some support from the rattlesnake population, so he is not entirely without friends. How any one of the millions of people hurt by Biden can still have a pebble sized support for this guy is plain bizarre. I’d love to hear their explanations. It would be truly amusing.

  37. @Anonymous

    Ben Sasse, as ex President Trump has said, “is a little boy”. A guy speaking to the wind. A highly deluded person who does not realize that the value’s he talks and writes about, have very little support by both the Republicans and Democrats at the swamp. Is he expecting Americans to behave like their leaders do? Anyway, it’s all empty talk. Has Mr. Sasse ever challenged Madame Pelosi, when she tore up the President’s speech in front of the world? No he did not. Did he not realized that she only made the President, the Congress and Senate look foolish in the eyes of the world, just to act out her jealousy and hatred for Trump? Sasse no doubt was only concerned with his own feelings about Trump. We have nothing but stupid clowns running this nation. If Kyle Rittenhouse would have followed Sasse’s ideals, he would be dead.

  38. Beb says:

    When will we say “Damn them! To Hell with them! Just leave us alone, to live our lives free.”

  39. @SuppDX

    You need to have a commenting history for that to work, friend. Click on the name.

  40. Richard B says:
    @Cool Shoes

    Because nation wrecking is exactly what’s going on in this country.

    And not just this country. Looks pretty civilizational-wide to me.

    Oh, and about bringing back the term “Nation-Wreckers.” I’ve never stopped using it.

  41. @Cool Shoes

    It’s what’s needed, the Disunited States of American, but perhaps it’s too early to hope for the DSA.

  42. Mac_ says:

    Well a momentary aside from crux of article, the cartoon whatever the gif is that wide guy has a set of balls as a chin, I thought of instant I saw it. I don’t watch tv, so maybe have unpoluted eyes. Just had to begin with that. I don’t actually put Anglin in guilt of that as he’s written a good serious piece that should not have to be written, and required work and sacrifice so doesn’t apply to him. Rather the ‘creators’, and of bigger quantity those who let so much go by, haven’t done anything to resist as sit consuming –while being consumed.

    Anyway on article Anglin by nature reflects again that of youth who’s life is being shaded down, saying what needs to be said. This train has been running down a long time. Refusal of people to grow up and be serious. Ignoring threats and refusal to answer tyranny begets more tyranny. Natural law. It’s what they use, force pressure, while doing smiley act. The propagana pointed by Anglin;

    When you are used to it, then you will accept it as permanent.
    Then they will come out and tell you that it has to be permanent, because of the alleged global warming crisis.

    – And would to add beyond that will get worse. There is more at stake than money.
    On the Cramer con, how anyone could listen to him requires such ignorance, a decade plus ago before the cons began ramping the ‘bailouts’ he had been such a con with his yelling act and exposed as a bogus hyping con, and yet after a brief exposing, because media complex let him go on he continued yammering since then. Unbelievable. Would also say though, that while too many people are yet watching ‘tv’, some things are perception, and not as many are watching as before, and so don’t mean to claim as any importance, rather as how much garbage has gone on, and is.
    Last, sharp sorting by Anglin to posit hyper inflation may not necessarily an instant in our faces, which if think about it, too quick could result in people getting off their butts and resisting while it could still matter, which control grid pushers don’t want. Appreciate the piece Anglin. Except suggest not use that ball chin cartoon. Am just certain those are balls, man.

    • Replies: @Bill Jones
  43. I don’t support secession. I support conquest and pacification of the Blue Cities.

    • Replies: @Dr. Charles Fhandrich
  44. Anonymous[433] • Disclaimer says:

    When will the shooting start? That is the only question.

    I believe that if all the mask wearing fools who have taken the “vaccines” drop dead in the streets it will simply be an example of evolution in action. Those of us who would like to walk out of this vicious, murderous looney bin are being held back by these supporters of Biden, etc. We need them to drop out of it quickly to prove the point that all of this is madness.

    It will provide the needed motive to fight to the rest. And yes as stated already by another commentator I do favor the conquest and delivery of the Blue cities from this madness. Those still alive when this happens may be the only ones worth saving.

  45. @AntiVaxersUnited

    Ten comments too many. A real psychopath.

  46. HbutnotG says:

    Yup. I went to school in Poland and visited (snuck into) The Ukraine 50 years ago – and you are totally correct. The censorship there was nothing compared to the censorship going on here. At least in Poland they KNEW what censorship is, but these morons here are totally clueless. That’s a bad sign.

  47. Anonymous[124] • Disclaimer says:

    Anglin…Not a risk taker, not a man of suggesting answers, not standing his ground.

    Tell us then, oh PetrifiedBallsack: what are YOUR suggestions, deeds, and recorded “ground standings”?

    We’ll wait.

    The problem isn’t Anglin. In fact, he often ventures alone across NML (no man’s land) into enemy territory. Is it his fault that few follow him there?

    He’s an iconoclast, like Lenny Bruce et alia.

    He also Names-the-Jew.

    The real problem: he has no “army,” no soldiers willing to engage the Left. The Right is filled with “wishers” who “hope” things will improve by osmosis…sparing them having to A-C-T.

    Patton was important. So was the Third Army.

    Individuals can only do so much, whether…

    * Based Stickman:

    * Tiny Toese:

    * Gavin McInnes or

    * Milo Yiannopoulos.

    All four (and more) have fought back alone against a massive enemy: BLM-antifa-BAMN-YouTuge-Instgram-Facebook-etc..

    All four were deserted when they ran into resistance. Instead of uniting, bailing out defenders, and fighting back…Trumpers cucked.

    After Charlottesville and Jansix, the Right (led by Trump! Where is he????) should have held huge, monthly rallies in red cities in red states.

    Instead, they did nothing.

    Now…having learned nothing…they think 2022 will “save the day.”

    Well, what if enough illegals are imported in the meantime (shipped in stealth to critical swing-states) to quash any Republican wins?

    And what if the election is “stolen,” perhaps again?

    The problem is that the Left (Biden, gays, feminists, etc.) act-act-act. And break rules they don’t like. The Right, on the other hand, just talks-talks-talks. And pulls punches while turning cheeks. And is infested with RINOs like McCain, Ryan, Romney, Graham, McConnell, etc.

    If the Right continues to dither, it will lose in 2022, 2024, and every election thereafter.

    • Agree: Bill Jones
    • Replies: @PetrOldSack
  48. @Anonymous

    Righteous defense of Anglin. The “nobody is willing to follow him”. My own experience is that is immediately censoring any line that suggests, incites any pertinent action, and on the other side, that the reader public ignores any “hard” effort to organize.

    This makes me to retract in part my critique on Anglin.

    That leaves me still with the impression though that writing for comes with the prerequisites established between Ron Unz and the potential writer. Writing for means sterile repetitious texting on the side of the author, forehand established rules of no incitement to pragmatic organizing outside of the conventional channels of “left” and “right”.

    Maybe writers like Anglin need not a “platform” in so much as a short text on that links to a simple formatted text that expands on the synopsis. That text could be published on a first row bare bones server, no “soft” middle man or web hosting within territories in the West. Say somewhere in Kazakhstan, a feat any journalist and public intellectual should be capable of. That is basically the idea of Assange’ Wikileaks at the core. That is what i suggest for any combative intellectual and this could establish momentous independence to write unrestricted and would give the establishment middle class of goons a bigger workload, and taxes to an “always late” for the power structures circumvention.

    The pressure also would be on Ron Unz to allow or not links of that sort. It would be a lab experiment of the core values of the writers, either forehand willing to submit to rules of no exterior publishing or proof of independence. My suggestion for the day. Call it “tax havens” for hard-ware internet control. Bietcoin within the reach of an average techno-agnostic.

  49. @Kratoklastes

    Is there some qualitative aspect to low-IQ that would prevent such a person from forming sensible expectations – that would somehow make them ignore the Wikipedia stuff on Game Theory, for example?

    Yes, this is the nub of it. Even if the rest of your much-more-plausible-than-most theory came to pass, how does this emergent intelligence know which bit of its vast information store to use at which moment? That is what intelligence really is. We do it all the time without really noticing, which shows how far any artificial system is from replicating it.

  50. @Supply and Demand

    Because you and the Midwest in general are a bunch of uber-cucked faggots.

    • Replies: @Dr. Charles Fhandrich
  51. neutral says:

    Kamala is still going to be next president, right? Despite those poll numbers, Kamala will probably be the next Democrat nominee because the people that select the next candidate cannot take someone else instead of a black female. Being the Democrat nominee means that she will automatically win a large chunk of US states no matter how unlikeable she is, then they will do their usual election fraud tricks and win the few extra states needed.

  52. @Semi-Employed White Guy

    Since are thinking is shaped by our emotions, perhaps Supply and Demand has never experienced the negative or painful emotions that the Biden regime and the Democrat leaders of today, have put many Americans through? If this is the case, it might be the reason he feels the way he does.

  53. @Franz

    which means Putin can relax, sell all the gas he wants to Europe

    What is so bad about Russia swelling natural gas to Europe?

    • Replies: @Franz
  54. Franz says:
    @David Davenport

    What is so bad about Russia swelling natural gas to Europe?


    At this point whatever the current American regime does to shoot itself in the foot is fine by me.

    It’s only “against US interests” because we are ruled by morons. The sooner they lose the sooner we get to consider non-morons for our leadership. Now that will be good news.

  55. Avery says:

    One of the posters @unz had previously used Bidet, a while back.
    Don’t remember who.
    Yeah, Bidet is also pretty good.

  56. Chris Moore says: • Website

    The true nature of all governments

    The true nature of ZOG. The U.S. Government would be fine if it was run by what you Yid and Hebe criminals call “anti-Semites.”

    Where does the crime syndicate get its money? ZOG Has Stolen \$21 TRILLION Looted from US Taxpayers Between 1998-2015, More Since.

  57. @Bing Bong Trump

    The Western neo-liberal capitalist and Atlanticist Imperial systems are in collapse. Ecologically, economically, geo-politically, and, increasingly plainly, psychologically. The ‘mass formation’ ie Jung’s ‘psychic epidemic’, of brainwashed, fear-addled, Western proles is reaching new depths of craziness. Whether it is primarily turned on ‘the Enemy Within’, the Evil ‘anti-vaxxers’ and ‘conspiracy theorists’ or on the race and civilizational Enemy Without, the Chinese, or both, is the only question left. What mechanism will the rotting zombie corpse of ‘Western Civilization’ choose for its auto-destruction?

  58. @Hapalong Cassidy

    Trump 24 need only broadcast Hillary’s reading of her putative ‘Victory’ speech from 2016, followed by her cackling delight(‘We came, we saw, he died’)at Gaddafi’s hideous murder, to win. If the vote-rigging has been cured, of course, otherwise no Reptilian will ever defeat the Democrazy/Deep State coalition. I hear that Clinton fancies replacing Kamala. Hope springs infernal.

  59. anon[416] • Disclaimer says:
    @Supply and Demand

    I would have had you pegged as a classic self-hating, white liberal from the west coast or the northeast, but Wisconsin (or Minnesota) would not surprise me either.

    Was your mother a heavy drinker while she was pregnant with you, by chance? I’ve heard from natives that used to be a real problem in Wisconsin, and it would explain much about you. No offense.

  60. GeneralRipper [AKA "Nemo me impune lacessit"] says:

  61. @Rurik

    What the hell is it? Poke it with a stick.

  62. “…the Brandon Administration is definitely incompetent…”

    Yep. Never mind the fact that Biden himself is senile, the actual decision makers are all lifetime government employees, academics and other Democrats. How could it be otherwise?

    “…but this inflation thing is on purpose…”

    I don’t think so. General price inflation in the real economy has become a permanent and terrifying reality. But it hasn’t been done intentionally to liquidate the debt. The FedGov has painted itself into a corner, due to its short-term focus on pain avoidance (unwillingness to take a recession) and its general incompetence.

    “…It would be physically impossible to pay off the debt through tax revenue or any other source of income…”

    Absolutely, inarguably true.

    “…so they are choosing to default via inflation….”

    Some of the debt will be settled via inflation, but not all of it. Ultimately FedGov interest rates will go from their current 1.1% (on the 10-year note) to something like 11% or higher taking the interest portion of the budget from roughly 5% to roughly 50%. This won’t be sustainable because printing money won’t be an option since that would drive interest rates higher.

    The FedGov will simply default by failing to pay. Not that that is much different from default through inflation, but it does teach the idiots that bought the FedGov debt never, ever to loan money to the FedGov again. And that is a good thing.

  63. @Supply and Demand

    Wisconsin will never lose me as a democrat voter.

    It must give you great satisfaction to know that you will continue to vote Democrat forever, even after your death. It’s a form of eternal life for progressives without the inconvenience of having to believe in God.

    • Agree: Supply and Demand
  64. @Mac_

    What is your native tongue?

    • Replies: @Mac_
  65. Mac_ says:
    @Bill Jones

    It’s called typos, from a little island off the south of Greece, kidding, or missed edits, and varied background such that sometimes will just slide between orientations in a comment. Fitting I think in this instance, but for missed edits, extra or missing word, such as fourth sentence from bottom, inflation may not necessarily – be an instant.

    • Replies: @Bill Jones
  66. GeneralRipper [AKA "Nemo me impune lacessit"] says:


    Joe “I think I shit myself ” Biden is a confirmed incestuous pederast!

  67. anaccount says:

    There is some talk here about organizing but how does one do it without thorough fed infiltration? It’s been tried decade after decade and it has failed every single time. I’m sorry, I wish the situation was different but there isn’t a way to organize until this shit show starts falling apart. I hope that comes soon. Until then, keep your head down and your powder dry.

  68. @Mac_

    My own method is to pound on the keyboard with both fists until I have a sufficient block of letters from which, with judicial use of the back arrow and delete, I can carve a sentence.
    Once in a while it reflects what I wanted to say.

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