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It has been more than three weeks since election day and the incumbent U.S. president still has yet to concede defeat. Despite the media’s distraction over the perspiration of his personal attorney during a bizarre press conference, the legal team led by former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani has actually done a decent job uncovering potential fraud in battleground states where vote counting was delayed for several days before the former vice president was declared a “winner” by the news media and Silicon Valley. Unfortunately, the 2020 election is not a sporting event or academic paper, therefore evidence that instances of fraud occurred will likely not be enough for the litigation to change the outcome, though it does appear his camp is finally facing up to leaving the White House come January. Then again, whether or not burden of proof was ever provided is immaterial, seeing as before he even took the oath of office a silent coup was underway to remove the democratically-elected government of Donald J. Trump that is now entering its final phase.

Trump found an unlikely voice of support contesting Biden’s premature declaration of victory in former six-term Democratic Congresswoman from Georgia and 2008 Green Party presidential candidate Cynthia McKinney, who this time was the running mate of former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura as a write-in entrant in some eligible states for the divided Greens who officially nominated labor activist Howie Hawkins. During the 2016 election, the Democrats scapegoated Jill Stein for Hillary Clinton’s unexpected loss, even baselessly implicating the Green Party nominee in the Russiagate hoax simply for having appeared at a 2015 Moscow gala for the RT television network where General Michael Flynn and Russian President Vladimir Putin were in attendance. Not only did the legislatures of swing states like Pennsylvania and Wisconsin exclude Hawkins from the ballot at the behest of Democrats in a shameless act of voter suppression, but McKinney described the irregularities which plagued electronic voting machines in her home state of Georgia in 2020 as “déjà vu”, having been cheated out of Congress herself by such tactics in 2006. McKinney also previously penned an essay entitled “The Purple Revolution: U.S. Hybrid Warfare Comes Home to Roost?” on the establishment’s efforts to remove Trump which makes an apropos historical reference.

This November 22nd marked fifty-seven years since the assassination of John F. Kennedy. When asked for his reaction to the killing of the 35th president in Dallas back in 1963 and less than two years before his own public murder, civil rights leader Malcolm X famously stated that “chickens were coming home to roost”, alluding to the U.S. government’s interventions overseas such as the CIA-orchestrated assassination of the first Prime Minister of the Congo, Patrice Lumumba, in 1960 following its independence from Belgian colonial rule. His remarks in the wake of a national tragedy proved too controversial even for the Nation of Islam which publicly censured its most recognizable minister who would announce his departure from the black nationalist organization a few months later. The following year, he would be gunned down in Harlem in an assassination long-suspected to have been the work of the FBI’s counter-intelligence program (COINTELPRO) which had infiltrated his inner circle to frame the NOI for a mysterious death equally thought by the public to have been a state-sanctioned execution like that of JFK.

It is unclear whether the African-American Muslim leader believed the U.S. government was behind Kennedy’s death, but chances are he was not naïve enough to think that the same machinations used abroad could not be implemented by those very forces domestically to remove someone elected by the American people they opposed. If the Kennedy assassination was indeed a result of the “unwarranted influence of the military-industrial complex” which his predecessor Dwight D. Eisenhower even famously warned of during his farewell address, what took place was almost certainly a secret putsch. The president had already been undercut by his own Joint Chiefs of Staff and Central Intelligence Agency in trying to defuse the Cuban Missile Crisis and his back-channel negotiations with Nikita Khrushchev were sabotaged by hawkish officials within his own administration. The internal struggle that scuttled Kennedy’s attempts at détente parallels the vying factions which undermined Trump ’s diplomacy with North Korea to a near tee.

Political scientist Michael Parenti explained in his essay The JFK Assassination: Defending the Gangster State how the 35th president was targeted by the security state which perceived Kennedy as “soft on communism” and placating the Soviet Union in his diplomatic efforts following the failed Bay of Pigs invasion:

“The dirty truth is that Kennedy was heartily hated by right-wing forces in this country, including many powerful people in the intelligence organizations. He had betrayed the national interest as they defined it, by refusing to go all out against Cuba, making overtures of rapproachment with Castro, and refusing to escalate the ground war in Vietnam. They also saw him as an anti-business liberal who was taking the country down the wrong path. Whether Kennedy really was all that liberal is another matter. What the national security rightists saw him to be was what counted.”

While the widely perceived truth about the JFK assassination remains sealed from public view, the Church Committee and Rockefeller Commissions of the 1970s exposed the numerous CIA-backed juntas which unseated popular leaders in Guatemala, Syria, Iran, the Dominican Republic, the Congo, Brazil, Indonesia, Chile, and countless other nations in the global south. Ever since, the CIA’s preferred regime change stratagem has been to use what are paradoxically labeled non-governmental organizations (NGOs) — which actually receive U.S. government funding — as cutouts to destabilize noncompliant nations under the guise of supporting “pro-democracy” opposition movements. During the Cold War, the vast majority of states overthrown were left-leaning or socialist governments aligned with the Eastern Bloc, but in the post-Soviet world many of the toppled administrations have been far from left-wing and even conservative, with their only offense favoring economic ties with Russia or China and resisting Western hegemony.

Similarly, when domestic protest movements have taken shape at home in the U.S., the political establishment has used plutocratic foundations in Big Philanthropy and the Non-Profit Industrial Complex to defang them for its own agenda. Look no further than the way the nationwide mass demonstrations against racism and police brutality this year were rapidly transformed into a movement to elect Joe Biden, who drafted the senate version of the 1994 Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act, with no substantial legislation passed to reform police. The corporatized Black Lives Matter movement, a recipient of $100 million dollar grants from the CIA’s philanthropic frontage in the Ford Foundation, grew out of the legacy of the short-lived Occupy Wall Street protests in 2011 which itself were coopted by reformist and pro-Democratic Party outfits. Not coincidentally, OWS was also infiltrated by Serbian political activist Srđa Popović of Otpor! (“Resistance!”) and the Centre for Applied Nonviolent Action and Strategies (CANVAS) fame who previously led the Bulldozer Revolution which overthrew Yugoslav President Slobodan Milošević in 2000.

A central component of the Gene Sharp-inspired ‘Color Revolution’ template is the engineering of contested election scenarios where leaders singled-out for regime change can be ousted after appearing to consolidate power, as seen in election-themed revolutions in Serbia (Bulldozer), Georgia (Rose), Ukraine (Orange), Kyrgyzstan (Tulip), Moldova (Grape), and other countries. The same manner in which Biden declared himself the victor in spite of the lawsuits filed in federal court was recently observed abroad in the disputed election aftermath in Belarus where U.S.-backed opposition leader Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya announced herself the winner of its presidential contest in order to spark preplanned protests in Minsk against Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko. This was a replication of an unsuccessful blueprint from the 2009 Green Movement unrest in Iran during the incumbency of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, as well as the presidential crisis in Venezuela last year, among others.

Trump‘s lawyer Rudy Giuliani appeared to be confused when he alleged that the e-voting irregularities involving the election software company Dominion Voting Systems had ties to diseased former Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez and international financier George Soros, who actually supports the U.S.-backed opposition to the Chavista government in Caracas. Giuliani may be mistaken but is pointing to something accurate, except in the contested U.S. election his client is in the position of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro while Biden would be the equivalent of self-appointed “interim president” Juan Guaidó. Sans a few exceptions such as Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (who certainly knows a rigged contest when he sees one), most of the “international community” congratulated Biden on his assumed win just like Venezuela’s illegitimate coup leader. Meanwhile, both the pseudo-left and conservative right seem to be equally misunderstood about Soros, who is neither the charitable billionaire or “globalist” bogeyman they imagine, but rather an anti-communist business tycoon who favors vulture capitalism and Western imperialism under the banner of liberal democracy.

As touched on by Cynthia McKinney, in the aftermath of Trump’s shocking triumph over Hillary Clinton in 2016, rumors began to swirl that a Soros-funded U.S. ‘Color Revolution’ was in the works — a ‘Purple Revolution’, monikered after the noticeable shade Mrs. Clinton chose to don in her concession speech as a combination of blue and red intended to symbolize bipartisan opposition to Trump. Whether or not that was true, it was in the wee hours following her loss that the Clinton campaign reportedly settled on placing the blame at the feet of unproven Russian interference for Trump’s unlikely victory. Or was it even earlier? Recently declassified CIA memorandums proved that months before the election in July 2016, Clinton had orchestrated a plan to whip up a smear campaign tying Trump to the alleged Russian hacking of the Democratic National Committee email server. The documents also showed beyond a doubt how the Russia probe was launched even though both the FBI and CIA were privy to Clinton’s intent on linking Trump with the Kremlin.

The three-year Russia investigation and subsequent impeachment over the Ukraine scandal were only the beginning chapters in the slow-motion soft coup against Trump. When all else failed, the U.S. elite began to prepare for his ouster in the 2020 election. In fact, the possibility of a second Trump term was evidently too much of a nightmare for the establishment to even fathom, so they only prepared for his defeat and presupposed refusal to relinquish power instead. Quite literally, an exclusive cabal of Washington insiders, establishment Democrats and anti-Trump Republicans were gathered by a former high-ranking Pentagon official, Nils Gilman, to participate in role-playing “election simulation” scenarios and tabletop “war game” exercises predicting various election outcomes which anticipated that Trump would resist acknowledging defeat and transferring power, precipitating a constitutional crisis. It was called the Transition Integrity Project (TIP) and featured Clintonites John Podesta and Donna Brazile, who were joined by prominent neoconservative figures William Kristol, Max Boot, and the former George W. Bush speechwriter who coined the “Axis of Evil” phrase, war criminal David Frum.

Most telling is that among the scenarios considered, even in the postulated drill where the premise was a decisive victory for Trump, TIP determined that Biden should ignore the vote result and consider any measures necessary to attain the presidency, including provoking a constitutional crisis and possible civil war where Democratic-held states would be encouraged to secede from the Union, the electoral college abolished, and statehood awarded to Washington, D.C. and Puerto Rico. Upon reading the TIP report, it is clear that the real purpose of the bipartisan exercise was to mastermind the very disputed election outcome and concentration of power it predicts would be triggered by Trump. It is also possible that the project enlisted mass media in its scheme. Just weeks before Election Day, a highly-publicized scandal broke at The New Yorker magazine after staff writer and CNN senior legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin accidentally exposed himself during a Zoom video meeting with fellow employees. Many were too amused to notice the online conference call was revealed to be an “election simulation” featuring top columnists of the publication role-playing as participants.

It would not be out of the realm of possibility given the unprecedented extent to which corporate outlets and Big Tech companies have gone to influence the outcome of the election. Even those within legacy media such as The New York Post, one of the oldest newspapers in the United States, found itself censored by Twitter for publishing an explosive story which contained emails from Hunter Biden’s laptop of which not even the former vice president’s campaign denied the authenticity. When Trump delivered a press conference outlining his campaign’s allegations of election fraud, major news outlets not only made the Orwellian decision to “fact check” Trump live on-air but cut away from the speech in the middle of his remarks in coordinated unison. Then when the president’s own social media posts were censored and flagged as disinformation, the jig was truly up. It’s little wonder Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg openly bragged about how the platform was “partnering with the intelligence community” for censorship to be a soft power arm after the 2016 election. Lo and behold, rather than being broken up for violating anti-trust laws, Silicon Valley has already been rewarded for staying true to its roots in the national security state by Biden’s transition team which consists of executives from Airbnb, Alphabet, Amazon, Facebook, Dell, DropBox, Microsoft’s LinkedIn, Lyft, Stripe and Uber.

Can it really be that Trump is so hated because of his rejection of certain foreign policy orthodoxies like JFK alone? The truth is really so much more. It is because of his inclination to disgrace Washington’s sacred institutions for his own political gain which the entire establishment desperately needs to maintain the faith of the masses in its corrupt political system, rogue national security state, yellow press, and obsolete democratic process. It is imperative to preserve these bureaucratic cornerstones as above criticism because they are a linchpin to holding power. As a political outsider, Trump blazed his own trail to the presidency and in doing so undermined the hallowed bastions of power in Washington, promising to “drain the swamp” while eroding faith in the leading U.S. spy agencies as an unelected secret government or “deep state”, and most of all denouncing corporate media as “fake news” and the “enemy of the people.” Even though these were accuracies cynically told by Trump for his own advantage, they were misunderstood by his detractors to be falsehoods simply because he was the source.

Trump’s populist agitation even worried his own group of backers within the ruling elite who convinced him to soften his rhetoric and reverse many of his positions once he took office. Since the 2020 election has not resulted in a desirable outcome, he has only continued to increase popular distrust of the political order and its mechanisms which guarantee the status quo overrides the will of the people, signaling he is more than willing to take the whole system down with him. Indeed, polls indicate many Americans seem to agree with the president that the election was rigged in Biden’s favor. This is precisely why his rabble-rousing is viewed as dangerous by the elite which unleashed its media organs and intelligence agencies from day one to sabotage him — they knew that he is willing to lay bare the full corruption of the powers that be in order to help his own cause. For this reason, the media has resorted to the most deceitful and partisan methods to portray Trump as a unique danger that most be ousted at any cost.

It is no wonder how a coalition as incongruous as that behind Biden came into formation, from Lincoln Project “Never Trumper” Republicans to the Democratic Socialists of America, Big Tech monopolies to Black Lives Matter, Wall Street megadonors to the remnants of Occupy Wall Street, Bush-era national security officials to the inappropriately-named Revolutionary Communist Party (Refuse Fascism), and so on. Or to really give an idea of just how absurd the ideological alliance was to ensure a Biden presidency, the Transition Integrity Project was even shamefully promoted by the likes of so-called “progressive” news outlets like Democracy Now! which made its journalistic name critically covering the very neoconservative figures from the Bush years behind TIP. Somehow, those in power managed to persuade the “anti-establishment” to side with them against the bad orange man as the supposed greater evil, tricking them into defending institutions they should oppose as inviolable and the archaic U.S. electoral system which deprives them of real democracy as unimpeachable. This is the real legacy of the Trump era — only time will tell if it is its lesson.

Max Parry is an independent journalist and geopolitical analyst. His writing has appeared widely in alternative media. Max may be reached at [email protected]

 
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  1. anonymous[313] • Disclaimer says:

    This is a magnum opus. Max has not only done his dad proud but surpassed him in breadth of vision, which is pretty damn good. A few admiring observations.

    Malcolm X did know what was up. International solidarity clued him in. African leaders grasped the Warren whitewash right away. The evidence that CIA murdered Malcolm is overwhelming. Two of Malcolm’s closest African interlocutors got whacked around the same time. The time, of course, was the runup to the Bandung Conference – participation by US civil society would have been devastating to CIA external and domestic operations. When Malcolm’s brother Louis Lomax wrote a screenplay about his death, his brakes failed and killed him on the way to the studio. How much more blatant could this be?

    CIA and their FBI focal points were indeed privy to Hillary’s Russiagate ratfuck. Hillary is lifelong CIA nomemklatura: purloiner of documents for CIA’s Watergate purge of Richard Nixon, money launderer with her hilarious cooked books for the Clinton Cover Ops Slush Fund oops Foundation. Top-ticking hundreds of commodity trades is CIA’s trademark miracle of annunciation, c.f. Epstein’s New Mexico lottery win.

    Trump’s big mistake was to tease CIA in a speech without following through. He needed a Schlesinger in there to turn the place inside out.

    • Replies: @Max Parry
    , @Tom Rogers
    , @Malla
    , @Moi
  2. Max Parry says:
    @anonymous

    Thank you for the kind words but for the record and to dispel the rumors once and for all, I am NOT related to or the son of the great Robert Parry. However, I am honored to even be mentioned in the same breath.

    • Replies: @freedom-cat
  3. During the last four years in the RUSSIA RUSSIA UKRAINE UKRAINE FBI FBI (((Big Media))) Circle Jerk Festival…
    the three letters glaringly conspicuous by their absence in print and electronic spews were/still are…
    CIA…
    the real managers/enforcers in this Israeli vassal state.

    Disruptive, cleansing-by-fire civil war cannot come soon enough.

    Got rope ?

  4. As always…

    Joos, Jooz, and Juze.

    • Agree: Druid
    • Thanks: profnasty
    • LOL: Digital Samizdat
  5. The president had already been undercut by his own Joint Chiefs of Staff and Central Intelligence Agency in trying to defuse the Cuban Missile Crisis and his back-channel negotiations with Nikita Khrushchev were sabotaged by hawkish officials within his own administration.

    The Joint Chiefs wanted to bomb Soviet missile sites in Cuba under construction and invade. They did not know several unknown sites had been finished and were already armed with nuclear warheads that Castro had ordered to fire at the USA should an attack commence! Kennedy rejected the Joint Chiefs advice/demands and saved millions of lives.

    • Thanks: SeekerofthePresence
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    , @Paul54
  6. Huge amount of eye opening facts worth to save for reference.

  7. @Curmudgeon

    You know how the media has always been obsessed with the health of Presidents. They clamor for the results of their annual physical and make a big issue about any little perceived health problem, etc.

    Well, there was a strange situation about one year ago that was barely mentioned in the press which was glaringly odd. Trump had been taken one night to Walter Reed Hosp for an unscheduled visit. Well, okay, things happen and he needed hospital treatment. But, what was that problem? Why did the WH issue no statement about it? (That I know of). Why wasn’t the media going absolutely apeshit talking about it and insisting on answers? They did none of that. Simply unheard-of!

    My thought was that he may have been poisoned. That’s why the silence about it.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @GreatSocialist
  8. Ghali says:

    Interesting analysis. The main characters are all Jews – call them Zionists. They are destroying America with Americans’ blessing.What an idiotic nation?

    • Replies: @sally
    , @in the middle
  9. Mikael_ says:

    the 2020 election is not a sporting event or academic paper, therefore evidence that instances of fraud occurred will likely not be enough for the litigation to change the outcome

    Interesting statement.
    Max: What would be enough to change the outcome of an election in the US, in your opinion?
    Would the word “widespread” (looked at per State) make a difference?

    • Replies: @Peripatetic Itch
  10. @Truth Hurts the Liars

    Can anyone look at David Frum and not think of this?…

    • Replies: @Zarathustra
    , @Ugetit
  11. Nice piece, a reminder that TWMNBN have their hands on the throttle, and that the nation of the people, by the people, for the people? We don’t own it anymore. It was sold off to the highest bidder.

    • Replies: @mike99588
    , @Ugetit
  12. Anonymous[314] • Disclaimer says:

    What a load of BS.

    Trump is somehow Anti Establishment? Trump somehow pulled the plugs from the swamp? Trump somehow does not owe millions of dollars to the same powers the be. Please. If Trump were any Threat he be dead right away. Lets ask bahamuts stations Israel and ask if Trump has hinder their plans or brought the world to the edge of fire by naming Jerusalem the official capital of Israel. HAHAHAHA

    Sad state for the empire where all respectable and despicable trumptards have to hold on to some con to have any sense of resistance LOL

    • Troll: Peripatetic Itch, Ace
    • Replies: @annamaria
    , @Rufus Clyde
  13. Anonymous[314] • Disclaimer says:
    @The Real World

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAH You trumpkins need to stop reading between the line. A good sense of Karma got your orange messiah. If Trump were any threat at all he be gone along with his family long ago. Hopefully they did have a fall out and they throw the Trumptard charm in jail for a bit.

  14. mike99588 says:

    The coup against Trump started in 2016 when his Republican opponents were crumbling away. The last tool, Canadian-Cuban bank poser Cruz was obviously doomed for several reasons, and then the ongoing coup went full on after Trump.

    To me, the coup for 2016 was in high gear in 2015 and then, after various missteps and developments, full on against DJT in 1H16.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  15. mike99588 says:
    @Cthulu Smith

    The China part was being repo’d by Trump. We shall see what happens in January…

  16. fnn says:

    Notes on the paradoxes of System Racism White Supremacy:

  17. @anonymous

    I agree the piece is good, but again, a central puzzle remains unanswered.

    If it is true that a coup was in motion against Trump before he even formally took office, then why didn’t he take effective action? For instance, why didn’t he have the people involved arrested and interned at Fort Leavenworth on the afternoon he took office? I’m not saying that this specifically would have been a good or bad course of action, but I note he did nothing.

    Trump has been chief of the executive branch of the United States for four years. What has he been doing? He has had the Secret Service at his disposal, at the least. He could have mobilised a color guard of Marines. The separation of powers is only a formality and subject to political reality and the ability of the legislative branch to impeach. And even if, in an extreme eventuality, suppression meant impeachment and probable removal, so what? The impact of such would have been far greater and the ensuing division far more consequential than four years of neo-Reaganism.

    Why did he appoint people from the so-called ‘Deep State’ [whatever that buzz term is supposed to really mean]? Cabinet appointments are entirely his gift, Congressional confirmation is usually a formality. There must be plenty of talent at the state and even local level that was not ‘Deep State’.

    The upper echelons of the American federal civil service are entirely political. He could have dismissed and re-appointed them en masse during his first 30 days. The same applies to the federal judiciary and federal prosecutors.

    Did he have something better to do?

    Why has he appointed a female race-mixer as a Supreme Court justice? They say she’s conservative. Believe that, and you’ll believe anything.

    As matters stand, and assuming a second term is not secured, Trump will be a footnote in history: a moderately-successful international property developer and hotelier who blagged his way into a single term presidency. The only innovation seems to be that he has stretched the virtual reality element of political lying further than any past president. He boasts about building a wall that doesn’t exist and lots of people seem to believe him. I have a feeling that if he announced that America has secured an alliance with the Intergalactic Lizard Federation and “It’s going to be so successful, they’re great people, so successful…”, lots of people would believe him and shout “MAGA!”

  18. syd.bgd says:

    That’s it.

    Let me come back to Sydney Powel’s Venezuela/Iran/Serbia chauvinistic stabbing (in my comment to Saker article, and previously): what goes around (OTPOR-Canvas) comes around.

    Exceptional?

  19. ubun65 says:

    Meanwhile, both the pseudo-left and conservative right seem to be equally misunderstood about Soros, who is neither the charitable billionaire or “globalist” bogeyman they imagine, but rather an anti-communist business tycoon who favors vulture capitalism and Western imperialism under the banner of liberal democracy.

    The writer does not understand what communism is. Communism and the west were expected to merge into the NWO. Thus, two sides of the same rolling coin. The Kate W-something, colonel’s wife declarations (about six hours of recording)

    Can it really be that Trump is so hated because of his rejection of certain foreign policy orthodoxies like JFK alone? The truth is really so much more. It is because of his inclination to disgrace Washington’s sacred institutions for his own political gain which the entire establishment desperately needs to maintain the faith of the masses in its corrupt political system, rogue national security state, yellow press, and obsolete democratic process.

    True, however, it is very important to remember that Trump was hated deeply before he gave his inaugural speech.

    • Agree: Peripatetic Itch
    • Replies: @Ace
    , @Abbybwood
  20. Erebus says:

    The only innovation seems to be that he has stretched the virtual reality element of political lying further than any past president.

    He has been the most “innovative” president in living memory, having done at least 4 things no other pres has done since, well, I can remember. The four are available here.

    If politics is the art of the possible, Trump accomplished all that a political neophyte with his talents, parachuting into the American political ecosystem would allow. Namely, he exposed and mapped the ecosystem for what it was and (unintentionally or not) also created the running room a better, more politically savvy and bloody-minded man may eventually make use of.

    • Replies: @Whitewolf
  21. Malla says:
    @anonymous

    Didn’t the NOI kill Malcolm X ? Because he opposed some womanizing behaviors of Elijah Mohammed?
    Well he could have been killed by the CIA as well, who knows?

    • Replies: @Alden
    , @Hibernian
  22. @Genrick Yagoda

    Lets be all some productive. Lets guess what false flag Biden needs to start a war with Iran.
    A US submarine sinking all ships in straight of Hormuz and blame it on Iran?
    Who has a better idea?

    • Replies: @profnasty
  23. Ugetit says:
    @Cthulu Smith

    I’m happy to see that more folks are getting it.

    Let us not fool ourselves. The wealth, freedom and liberty of the American people are being stolen and
    steadily nibbled away. Today, as easy suckers, we are buying many over-priced, political “benefits,” all paid for, of course, with our own hard-earned money!

    We have also been goaded into trying to run the affairs of other nations which yields a fine profit for the
    world money powers who are in-the-know on credits and markets. Whether you realize it or not, that has all been planned for you in just that way.

    — Curtis Bean Dall, My Exploited Father in Law, Introduction, pg 6 (1968).

    http://aaargh.vho.org/fran/livres4/dall.pdf

  24. @Mikael_

    What would be enough to change the outcome of an election in the US

    Giuliani has exposed the steal in one way, showing that 700,000 more mail-in ballots were counted in Pennsylvania than were mailed out.

    A forensic analysis of those heavily pro-Biden vote dumps, in Georgia, Wisconsin and Michigan, also shows them to be statistically bizarre in several dimensions, with a probability of being legitimate at less than 0.01. The authors convincingly demonstrate the likelihood of election fraud:

    This is to say, the believability of these updates relies on the premise that the one or two most Biden-favoring parts of the state [Michigan] (perhaps by ballot type) were counted entirely in these two batches…. it is extremely surprising that we do not see smaller vote updates with mail-in votes which favor Biden more heavily

    Anomalies in Vote Counts and Their Effects on Election 2020
    https://votepatternanalysis.substack.com/p/voting-anomalies-2020

    They further demonstrated that the shift encompassed by these dumps was enough to throw the election in all three states.

    Here is just one of the several killer graphs of the analysis:

    As we can see, all four of the vote updates in question (the two red points, the green points well above this line, and the farther-up yellow point), are well above even this line. Indeed, the least extreme of these points, represented by the lower red dot which is above the 99.5th percentile curve, is the 7th most co-extreme point out of all 8,954 vote updates, and represents the 99.92nd percentile.

    • Disagree: Corvinus
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  25. Ugetit says:
    @Genrick Yagoda

    Here’s another and its name ought to be a household epithet.


    Klaus Schwab on Reimagining Capitalism to Better Economy | TIME

  26. Max asserts without support that Soros is an

    anti-communist business tycoon who favors vulture capitalism and Western imperialism under the banner of liberal democracy

    If you’re around, Max, I would very much appreciate some flesh on that bone.

    • Agree: Ugetit
    • Replies: @Max Parry
  27. Once again we worship at the alter of one of America’s greatest traitors and promoters of a one world communist style government. JFK was taken out by true patriots who wanted no part of his evil scheme to put the United States under the United Nations.

    PL87-297 calls for the United States to eliminate its armed forces. This law was signed for the United States in 1961 by John F. Kennedy and every US president since has worked to enact its provisions.

    The government knows you will not approve, which is why they want to take away your firearms. Title 22 USC § 2551 is the congressional statement of purpose, and defines the government’s meaning of “disarmament.” It calls for the “elimination of our armed forces,” and the “elimination of weapons of all kinds.” That means your personal citizen-owned conventional firearms used for hunting and self defense.

    Treason: The Disarmament of the United States, and the Declaration of World Government
    https://fromthetrenchesworldreport.com/treason-the-disarmament-of-the-united-states-and-the-declaration-of-world-government/63455

    • Replies: @Ugetit
  28. The internal struggle that scuttled Kennedy’s attempts at détente parallels the vying factions which undermined Trump ’s diplomacy with North Korea to a near tee.

    The only thing that kept Trump from being gunned down on the Nork border by a “lone gunman” was the fact that they couldn’t be sure Pence was their sonofabitch. Kim Jong Un should thank his lucky stars.

    You have to hand it to Trump for having the stones to cross that border knowing there were hostile forces on both sides.

  29. @Anonymous

    Ah, so it was Colonel Mustardgas in the Walter Reed ICU with Nurse Ratched, wielding the karmastick!

    You anti-Trump desperadoes need to stop reading the Kool-Aid Times off of your pocket iPrompter, narrated by the fakes news team of Morning Harpy ‘n’ Soyface, and whoring cheaply for Davos Transhumanism Corp. Crawl back to your safe space, botfly.

  30. @Tom Rogers

    Most unfortunately, you are much more right than wrong.

  31. Trump did pull out of the TPP trade agreement, stopped the caravans from the south, and pushed back on climate change (which is an effort to triple energy prices for consumers). He did not start new wars but did not pull out of any. Its difficult to tell if he’s a con man or just unable to lead, like appointing the worst deep staters to key positions who stabbed him in the back. But he did do everything Israel ordered, except attack Syria and Iran. So far as fighting the deep state, he wouldn’t even declassify JFK stuff. From my blog:

    Apr 30, 2018 – The Deep State Wins!

    G2mil is right again! First, a repost for background:

    Dec 18, 2017 – Another JFK Coup Fact Revealed

    Congress created the five-member Assassination Records Review Board in 1992 as part of a law requiring the release of all Kennedy assassination documents within 25 years. The law authorized the president in office in 2017 to block releases if he deems it would harm US intelligence, law enforcement, military, or diplomatic interests. President Trump had no plans to block anything and the Deep State threw a fit and refused to obey the law. To avoid a confrontation, Trump allowed a few more months to “review” most files. Just under a third of the materials were released on December 15th, an estimated 85,000 pages worth, which had long been categorized as irrelevant to the JFK assassination.

    Among these “irrelevant” documents is a July 1978 memo to an attorney on the staff of the House Select Committee on Assassinations. It stated that the FBI was unable to locate the original fingerprints lifted from the rifle found at the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository. Dallas Police turned those over a few days after the assassination and never got them back. Top FBI officials told House investigators that finding the prints would be a “mammoth research effort” and refused. So either the FBI bungled its most important case by losing key evidence or someone intentionally destroyed that evidence because the fingerprints on the rifle didn’t match Oswald’s.

    Last October, President Donald Trump gave agencies six more months to finish this 25+ year review of material that might damage national security. Upcoming deadlines:

    March 12: FBI, CIA and other agencies must report to the archives any material they want withheld

    March 26: National Archives makes its recommendations to the president on what material warrants further withholding

    April 26: The president’s deadline for release of all remaining records.

    The best stuff will never be released because the truth about the JFK coup will never be revealed, unless Trump sends General Kelly and US Marines to these federal offices to rough up some people.

    ____________________________________________________

    As the deadline approached last week, the major media mostly ignored this news:

    “Trump announced on Thursday that the public must wait another three years or more before seeing material that must remain classified for national security reasons — more than five decades after Kennedy was killed Nov. 22, 1963 in Dallas, Texas. The National Archives released its last batch of more than 19,000 records on Thursday. But an undisclosed amount of material remains under wraps because Trump said the potential harm to U.S. national security, law enforcement or foreign affairs is “of such gravity that it outweighs the public interest in immediate disclosure.”

    • Replies: @Ugetit
  32. @Truth Hurts the Liars

    God certainly has some strange taste in what is considered chosen. Ugly rather than handsome is a bit peculiar. However it partially explains why God made critters like rats and skunks.

    • Replies: @hillaire
    , @James O'Meara
  33. anon[146] • Disclaimer says:

    So, it’s clear now that the color revolution was just opsec for the election theft. Good on peripatetic itch for summarizing it.

    https://votepatternanalysis.substack.com/p/voting-anomalies-2020

    This was really an unprecedented overreach by CIA. In the past CIA had to count on the parties to keep the election close enough to steal. But the reanimated corpse of Biden couldn’t do it. So CIA used Diebold oops Dominion ballot-stuffing oops election software to install their chosen puppet ruler. So you can see the fraud from space. It’s on an unprecedented scale. In 2000 CIA tried and failed to install Bush in Florida – the supreme court hacks had to stop the count to grease Bush in. In 2004 CIA shitcanned Kerry with fraud in Ohio. This was coordinated interstate fraud. CIA control of the software was integral to the crime.

    If you let CIA get away with this, North Koreans will be laughing at you poor downtrodden suckers. CIA is kneeling on your head and yelling Stop resisting!

    • Agree: Robert Dolan, Notsofast
    • Troll: Corvinus
  34. How does a two bit ho like Hillary Clinton and a Big Mac munching rapist like Bubba rise to the top of the Democrat Party? The answer lies in…

    “Meanwhile, both the pseudo-left and conservative right seem to be equally misunderstood about Soros, who is neither the charitable billionaire or “globalist” bogeyman they imagine, but rather an anti-communist business tycoon who favors vulture capitalism and Western imperialism under the banner of liberal democracy.”

    In a word: Jewism!

  35. Trump the populist has been greatly disappointing. His accidental gift has been giving reason for the swamp critters to out themselves. It has been hilarious to watch them and their press pets talk about how things will go back to normal with Biden. Also how the good and kind their war machine is. What I am stuck on is if the Ukraine’s Maidan is any guide, don’t they need Trump to win the election thru the courts ? Or not?

  36. Moi says:
    @anonymous

    The Orange One screwed himself by aligning cheek-by-butt with the Bibi gang. It was all downhill from there.

    • Agree: Druid
  37. profnasty says:
    @Zarathustra

    That’s a good idea.
    One better. False flag.
    Nuke Beer-Sheba, Haifa, and Tel Aviv. We can say “The Russians did it!”

  38. Ugetit says:
    @Johnny Walker Read

    JFK was taken out by true patriots who wanted no part of his evil scheme to put the United States under the United Nations.

    His?

    According to the document itself,

    PL87-279

    A N AC T

    To establish a United States Arms Control and Disarmament Agency.

    Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the
    United States of America in Congress assembled,

    If “true patriots” are whodunnit, and why, then it’s too bad they seem to have pretty much stopped with the nullification of JFK, no?

    Disclaimer: This comment is not to be misconstrued as a defense of JFK or any of any particular policies of his.

    • Agree: Johnny Walker Read
    • Replies: @Johnny Walker Read
  39. Emslander says:

    This kind of analysis is way too complicated to be a reflection of the truth. Ask any recent graduate of one of our top universities about the critical issues of our day and they will regurgitate precisely the silly preoccupations of our ruling class. Is this some kind of unrevealed conspiracy involving the CIA and the NGO’s? No.

    In 1914, had the crowned heads of Europe conspired secretly to initiate another Thirty Years War in order to kill hundreds of millions of people? No. That war came about because the intellectual ruling elite, which gives birth to journalists and popular politicians, feared the coming domination of the industrious German people.

    Unviable mindsets take over the planet from time to time. We’re in such a time. There were a number of prominent clear-headed people who began warning of the massive dangers of a new European war, beginning in the last decade of the nineteenth century. The intellectual elite, however, had started beating the drums for a decisive psychological genocide of the Germanic peoples. Democrat Woodrow Wilson’s hatred for Germans derived, probably, from their visceral opposition to the enslavement of the black race. He was a loyal son of the defeated slaveholders of Georgia. Regardless, the liberal intellectual world of which he was a prominent leader managed to impose that anti-German prejudice so deeply into the ruling culture that it still sits there at the bottom of all progressive thought.

    Trump, whose father immigrated from Germany, feels that hatred, as do the majority of decent adult Americans. More importantly, our intellectual ruling class feels the nascent uprising of the anti-intellectual (in a good sense) majority and that feeling dominates its collective mind like a recurring bad dream. They don’t have to conspire. They only have to take the logical popular steps to advance their genocidal impulses.

  40. Ugetit says:
    @Carlton Meyer

    But he did do everything Israel ordered…

    Shocking, isn’t it?

    “Trump announced on Thursday that the public must wait another three years or more before seeing material that must remain classified for national security reasons…

    I’m sure there’s no connection between the two statements. Also, I’m not wondering if anyone specified the “national security reasons” or if they ever will.

  41. annamaria says:
    @Anonymous

    One does not need to be a trumptard to point to the obvious: The US suffers a rule of plutocracy fused with the MIC and security services.
    You protest too much. The country had been hollowed and left to rot while its resources were used to maintain the dominance of the City/Wall Street and mega war-profiteers worldwide.
    Whether Trump or cadaverous Joe Biden, the major decisions have been tailored to satisfy the desires of real owners of this country – the psychopaths-in-charge known as “haves.”
    The real tragedy of the US is the silence of US citizenry at large about the US-run mass slaughters abroad. After the color revolution (Russiagate) reached the ZUSA, the next step – a ‘humanitarian intervention’ against the US citizenry – will not be too far away.
    Trump’s accidental sin was the exposure of monumental rot within the CIA and FBI.

    • Replies: @Robert Dolan
  42. @Ugetit

    Maybe it Wasn’t JFK’s fault. LOL

    In January 1963, the mentally disturbed owner of the Washington Post, Phillip Graham, startled a gathering of newspaper editors at the swank Arizona Biltmore Hotel by seizing the convention microphone and spinning a bizarre tale of a presidential affair all the while undressing. Wild as it may seem, the affair involved a far left socialite and allegations of sex and LSD used to manipulate the President of the United States to support a one world government. Air Force One was quickly dispatched to shuttle a tranquilized Graham back to Washington in a straight jacket and the editors, who adored Kennedy, quickly hushed up the matter. By August 1963, a shotgun blast had blown Phillip’s brains out and his wife, Katherine, was contesting his will. By November 1963, a sniper’s bullet had done likewise to John Kennedy. By October 1964, Mary Pinchot, the socialite in question, was murdered with one bullet through the heart and the other through the brain at close range.

    http://johnquincy.blogspot.com/2010/09/ever-war-lancer-honeypot-cold-war.html

  43. Mikael_ says:
    @Peripatetic Itch

    It was a rhetoric question towards Max [Parry.]

  44. sally says:
    @Ghali

    I do not think Ghali, that America, or the Americans that occupy it, have yet had their chance to object to the destruction of America by political insiders. All of the activity has been between the divide and conquer institutions (CIA and its backers and instigators, political parties, private narrative embed content propaganda producers, private media fully funded by the tax deductible advertising dollar of the monopoly powered often criminal establishments called Wall Street Corporations); the people have not yet spoken.

    There is a clause in the Declaration of Independence that explains <=independence from long standing political process to first prove a grievance sufficient to justify Separation<= and to be sufficient, the Grievance must show long standing, absolute, threatened and imminent Despotism, and to validate the enumerations in the Grievance, the evidence must meet the judicial standard of being "self evident".

    That is, unless the relationship itself, exposes the governed to uninterrupted and continuous Tyranny, there is insufficient cause.

    Raises the question?? what long standing, absolute, threatened and imminent Despotism? Is the despotism self evident to the masses as yet..

    • Replies: @Majority of One
  45. Max Parry says:
    @Amber Dekstris

    Well, for one thing he bankrolled the initial Color Revolutions in Poland, Czechoslovakia and other communist nations behind the Iron Curtain. He then made a fortune off the privatization of the formerly state-run economy in Russia under Yeltsin before Putin sent him packing.

  46. @annamaria

    I participated in a huge protest against the Iraq War….I think there were 50,000 people.

    For the most part our people do NOT want to make wars for Israel.

    But the Jewish media lies and lies and lies and gaslights and lies some more……WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION…..RUSSIAN COLLUSION……HUNTER BIDEN’S LAPTOP IS JUST A SMEAR…..

    Our people never have enough information to have any idea what is actually happening in the world, and in fact most of what they “know” is total bullshit.

    HIDE UNDER YOUR BED FROM THE DEADLY VIRUS!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I don’t think you can blame people who’ve been lied to and abused.

    • Thanks: Druid
    • Replies: @annamaria
  47. Yes, the US organized so many color revolutions in various countries, trampling the will of their residents, that there is some poetic justice in the same thing happening in the US in 2020. If I lived on a different planet, I would gloat: the bandit got a taste of his own medicine.

    However, I live here on Earth. It might be irrelevant for the big picture when in Zimbabwe election fraud makes corrupt senile walking dead president. However, when exactly the same thing happens in the US, it should concern everyone, as the US has enough nukes to start WWIII and doom most of humanity.

    There is potential bright side, though, provided that our civilization survives. At least 95% of the world population knew that the US “democracy” is a ruse for the gullible. Now more than half of US citizens discovered this to be true. Maybe that would be enough to change rotten through and through US voting and political system. Then some good will come out of this obvious fraud. If not, let’s hope that a few primitive tribes in remote places who are likely to survive WWIII build a more viable civilization a few thousand years from now.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  48. Since the JFK assassination there’ve been 10 US Presidents and none of them tried to invade Cuba even tho Cuba is a rather small island which the US could easily conquer. Makes you wonder why none have tried since when this was supposedly one of the main reasons JFK was “coup’d” out.
    If JFK wasn’t tough on communism then the same goes for the last 10 Presidents. Obviously John F was removed for other reasons.

    • Replies: @The Real World
  49. gay troll says:

    There’s a lot of insightful writing on this site that circles back to “muh populist outsider” only to discredit itself as partisan agitprop. Imagine a scenario where huge portions of the American public knew that their own government had been complicit in the assassination of JFK and/or the destruction of the WTC. Imagine huge portions of the American public coming to realize that no matter which candidate or party they vote into the White House, they will get more of the same Zionazi leadership. The public will of course start looking to an outsider for redemption.

    So what does the deep state do? They recruit not one, but two outsiders who will not only claim to drain the swamp, but will be diametrically opposed to each other in terms of rhetoric and appearance. This is the essence of controlling opposition: creating the appearance of conflict to disguise steady control. Yes, Obama promised to drain the swamp too; he promised to hold Wall Street accountable and bring troops home from the Middle East. Instead we got bailouts and boots on the ground in Syria. Obama and Trump both preserved the momentum of deep state policy. Therefore, either presidents truly have no power, or else Obama and Trump bat for the same team. Regardless, the notion of either man as a political outsider is dangerous bullshit.

    Shame on Unz for participating in divide and conquer.

    • Agree: Polemos
  50. annamaria says:
    @Robert Dolan

    It is the US tragedy that the US citizenry has not been discussing and protesting en masse against the US-run mass slaughters abroad. The citizenry has been deprived of the instruments of discussion and the mechanisms of influence of the “haves” decisions.

    Sure, there are decent and highly intelligent people, men and women, living in the US, whose courageous voices have been damped, ignored, countered with propaganda and blatant lies without any recourse. But overall, the US citizenry has been reduced to doing petty fighting for the “haves” puppets.

    The Jewish Lobby is indeed powerful, but without Cheneys, McCains, Clintons, Obamas, and a chorus of other war profiteers (including dishonorable brass in the highest echelons of US military), the Lobby will be powerless.

    The country does not have any instruments for holding the upper levels of governance to account. The “haves” can do anything they want. This is exactly how the murderous behavior of Pol Pot, Mao, Stalin, Trotsky, Lenin, and such is explained — people do unspeakable deeds because they can. Psychopaths do horrible things because they are allowed to do these things.

    • Replies: @Ugetit
  51. hillaire says:
    @Old and Grumpy

    Indeed, presumably their god (molloch or maloch-brown) feeds the boiler down in the cellar.

  52. yud says:

    Cynthia McKinneys article is a real classic! Thanks for citing that.

    • Agree: freedom-cat
    • Replies: @Ugetit
  53. @Max Parry

    Well, for one thing [Soros] bankrolled the initial Color Revolutions in Poland, Czechoslovakia and other communist nations behind the Iron Curtain. He then made a fortune off the privatization of the formerly state-run economy in Russia under Yeltsin before Putin sent him packing.

    He seems to be doing exactly the same thing in the Ukraine. His M.O. seems to be to create disorder as a means to facilitate the corruption of a country’s politicians, judges and officials. It followed from his “dissertation,” that argued that financial markets could be deliberately nudged in ways that would provide huge profits for the nudger. He followed that up by making a cool billion in a one-day take-down of the British pound in 1992.

    “This second paper contained the first kernel of Soros’s ideas about reflexivity, or the dynamic relationship between reality and attempts to perceive it, which was to become a favored theme he would later apply to finance with stunning success”

    http://leftexposed.org/2017/01/george-soros/

    Soros keeps his political motivations close to his chest. He despise Israel and pushes the climate-crisis ideology. He funds the election campaigns of the radical left district attorneys who freed rioters after the recent “mostly peaceful” protests. He has funded Miss Hillary and BLM and is close to Canada’s Justin Trudeau and Chrystia Freeland.

    • Replies: @James O'Meara
  54. Agent76 says:

    Sep 30, 2006 The Secret Government

    This documentary gives quite an overview of what has actually happened in the last 50 years regarding the CIA and the cold war (including Iran, Guatamala, Cuba, Viet Nam and Chile).

    Jan 19, 2011 Eisenhower’s “Military-Industrial Complex” Speech Origins and Significance US National Archives

    President Dwight D. Eisenhower’s farewell address, known for its warnings about the growing power of the “military-industrial complex,” was nearly two years in the making.

    • Replies: @Rufus Clyde
  55. Corvinus says:
    @mike99588

    There was no coup against Trump. He lost his bid for re-election.

    • Replies: @Robert Dolan
    , @Iseeit
  56. Corvinus says:
    @AnonFromTN

    “There is potential bright side, though, provided that our civilization survives. At least 95% of the world population knew that the US “democracy” is a ruse for the gullible. Now more than half of US citizens discovered this to be true.”

    OK, it is put up or shut up time. Please show exactly what evidence supports your assertion or retract and admit you are making a wild generalization.

  57. Ugetit says:
    @annamaria

    The “haves” can do anything they want.

    That’s exactly what “freedom” really means in the “democracy” known as the USA, and as you’re no doubt aware, it was designed that way. I wonder what would happen if the easily duped voters (aka suckers) ever got a clue.

    • Thanks: Rufus Clyde
  58. @The Real World

    It’s not possible to poison Trump, because he is already poisonous.

    More likley he suffered a mini-stroke/chest pains/ stroke symptoms, or some neurological disorder, as he is obese and his daddy was already experiencing dementia by his mid-70s.

  59. @John Q Duped

    Obviously John F was removed for other reasons.

    Seemingly, for publicly threatening dismemberment of both the US intelligence apparatus and the banking cartel. Neither of those entities are going to have that!

    • Agree: Bro43rd
  60. @Anonymous

    Absolutely correct. Drumpf, the boot-strap man of the people who was mentored by Roy Cohn, made his nebulous “fortune” exploiting the neoliberal assault on New York City, and then oozed into full-time show business. Trumptardism is the saddest thing I’ve seen since working people lined up behind hollow shill and reflexive liar Ronald Reagan. I personally believe that Drumpf was installed as part of a sophisticated psy-op to head off populism in the US. He’s such an odious, deluded imbecile that disillusioned non-tards would have no choice but to line up for the usual helping of National Security State neoliberal poison, and beg for more.

    • Replies: @frontier
  61. @Anonymous

    Perhaps there also needs to be an IDIOT selection button on here. Some trolls are just uninformed or brainwashed…..this one is an idiot.

    (Lol, he can’t even choose a name. Anonymous….the handle of losers)

  62. Ugetit says:
    @yud

    Cynthia McKinneys article is a real classic! Thanks for citing that.

    Thanks for the heads up. It is a classic, and here’s a relevant sample for those who have not read it.

    I also believe that the efforts to dislodge Trump, seen and unseen, have some of the characteristics of hybrid warfare. Thus, quite possibly, the United States is in a position of having a hybrid war game played against its current leader by its own military/police state. The last President to amass this combination and array of enemies with this level of celebrated vitriol was President John F. Kennedy, whose brains were blown out in broad, open daylight for all the world to see, 55 years ago on November 22, 1963.

    https://www.allthingscynthiamckinney.com/the-purple-revolution-u-s-hybrid-warfare-coming-home-to-roost/

  63. “Unfortunately, the 2020 election is not a sporting event or academic paper, therefore evidence that instances of fraud occurred will likely not be enough for the litigation to change the outcome, ”

    Is that true? I mean, I get it, “politics” is hardball, “whadayah gonna do about it, punk,” “the court has spoken now let them enforce it” stuff. That’s why Biden was so quick even during the campaign, to talk about how to “remove” Trump from the literal “office.”

    But really, talk about a red pill. Go ahead and vote, but if the election is stolen, tough titty?

    Two can play that game. What if enough Rep. state governments (more Trumpian than the DC RINOs) decide to choose alternate slates of electors?

    Or failing that, what if substantial numbers of state and local governments, and individual citizens, refuse to accept the “certified” result?

    Do They really want to cross that line at last? To drop the “Let us come together” unite bullshit and admit that when They say “America” they DON’T mean one half of the country, and They are going to sit on that half’s back and grind its face into the gravel until it acknowledges their dominance?

    So much for America’s “Soft Power” influence abroad.

  64. @Agent76

    “The Secret Government” program detailed the limited hang-out of Iran-Contra shenannigans from the md-eighties, but Eisenhower and Co. were more than happy to engage in every kind of revolting criminal malfeasance thirty years prior. Perhaps the single most destructive crime overseen by Eisenhower was the murder of Patrice Lumumba in the pursuit of maintaining the free-for-all rape of central Africa’s resources, a program that continues unabated to this day. Eisenhower failed to get the result in Laos that he wanted, and had to be satisfied with the fruit of his people’s program to rape and destabilize Indonesia. An all-round hypocritical scumbag, to be sure.

    • Replies: @davidgmillsatty
  65. The CIA knew that Russiagate was a hoax, yet would not offer a smidgen of help to Trump. They probably heard it straight from the horse’s mouth and have it on tape. They sat on it.

    The takeaway is that the intel spies know much about who is talking to whom. With their advanced surveillance of meta data, to the actual listening in on private communications, they could enlighten us as to who is giving the orders.

    Because news is 24hour and response must be swift, lines of communication are impossible to hide. Who tells the newspapers what to print and what to censor each day? How much coordination of neocon talking points comes from people who identify as Israeli? How much time do they spend on the phone each day talking the opinion-makers? What channels of communication were lighting up on the night the ballotboxes were being stuffed for Biden?

    The snoops of the NSA know, but they don’t work for us or the president.

    And this:

    From Haaretz – “An Orthodox Jewish woman has been tapped to head the National Security Agency’s new Cybersecurity Directorate.

    “Anne Neuberger of Baltimore has worked at the NSA for the past decade. She helped establish the U.S. Cyber Command and worked as chief risk officer, where she led the agency’s election security efforts for the 2018 midterms. She currently is an assistant deputy director the agency (2019).

    “Neuberger, 43, also known as Chani, is from the heavily Jewish Brooklyn, New York, neighborhood of Borough Park, where she attended the Bais Yaakov Jewish day school for girls, according to the Yeshiva World News. She is a graduate of Touro College in New York and Columbia business school, and worked in the White House Fellows program.

    “Neuberger told The Wall Street Journal that the directorate will more actively use signals intelligence gleaned from expanded operations against adversaries. As part of its mission, the directorate will work to protect the U.S. from foreign threats by sharing insight into specific cyber threats with other federal agencies as well as the private sector. ”

    • Thanks: Majority of One
    • Replies: @Robert Dolan
  66. @Old and Grumpy

    God has a sense of humor. Dark, as the Gnostics inferred, but humor none the less.

    What the Chosen still don’t “get” is that the joke’s on them. (Admittedly the goyim get screwed too, but again, dark)

    Do any Christian Zionists notice that of the Chosen who flee Egypt, only Joshua and his dog survive the journey? Even Moses gets screwed: See that Promised Land, Moses? Good, now drop dead.

    Wear stupid hats and clothes. I the the LORD command you!
    Wave chickens around to ward off disease. I the LORD command you!
    And Bacon? Cheeseburgers? Forget about it, my lambs. I, the LORD, command you.

    Enjoy your Promised Land — a barren desert. The only place in the ME without oil. And where’s the milk and honey.

    Immortality? Nope.

    Oy, says the LORD to his counsel of gods (look it up), these Yids are easy to fool.

    • LOL: Kolya Krassotkin
  67. @Peripatetic Itch

    “This second paper contained the first kernel of Soros’s ideas about reflexivity, or the dynamic relationship between reality and attempts to perceive it, which was to become a favored theme he would later apply to finance with stunning success”

    Typical Yid: big words and gobbledygook to obfuscate what he’s doing: cheating the goyim.

    “Favored theme” like he’s some fucking artiste.

    • Agree: Ugetit, Peripatetic Itch
    • Replies: @Alden
  68. And always scapegoat the whites. Jews are ‘scapists’. Scapism against whites.

  69. The same zionist controlled deep state ie CIA, NSA, DIA , ONI etc., that did the color revolutions in various countries around the world are now via their zionist masters behind the color revolution being pulled off in America and if they succeed our lives will become a living hell that will make Orwells 1984 look like a paradise.

    Zionists are using the covid-19 scam and psyop as a trigger to launch their color revolution here and throughout the world in the most brazen hoax and psyop in the history of the world.

    Zionists are destroyers of nations and humanity, it is what they do, it is in their DNA.

  70. gsjackson says:

    I don’t know how anyone can say Trump is close to throwing in the towel unless he has been reading corporate media fiction, and it’s beyond me why anyone with half a brain would do that, especially with respect to Trump. Have they said anything true about him in five years? The allegations of fraud are beyond substantial, and they will end up in the federal courts, where, unless the vote of Gorsuch or Kavanaugh can be purchased, Trump has a five-vote majority. I also believe the military will intercede if necessary. This isn’t just another election.

    And why would anyone be surprised that Cynthia McKinney is an ally of Trump? They’ve got the same enemies, though they may sometimes call them different things.

    • Disagree: Corvinus
    • Replies: @AnonFromTN
  71. Anonymous[290] • Disclaimer says:
    @Tom Rogers

    Why did he appoint people from the so-called ‘Deep State’ [whatever that buzz term is supposed to really mean]? Cabinet appointments are entirely his gift, Congressional confirmation is usually a formality. There must be plenty of talent at the state and even local level that was not ‘Deep State’.

    The upper echelons of the American federal civil service are entirely political. He could have dismissed and re-appointed them en masse during his first 30 days. The same applies to the federal judiciary and federal prosecutors.

    That’s an easy question to answer.

    The US Federal bureaucracy is not a monolith. It consists of many factions, all fighting each other. The bureaucracy is in two tiers: management (SES) and clerks Civil Service. The actual workers are typically contract personnel, not direct government employees. One major fight is management vs clerks. The clerks have lifetime employment, and their interest is to do as little as possible while maintaining the status quo and appearing to work. Management does not have lifetime employment, and management’s game is to do something new and effective — to upset the status quo and get more work from the clerks.

    You can see the conflicts. The two groups don’t so much as speak the same language. Management speaks “Business School” and clerks speak “High School”. Management typically introduces a more or less promising Business School program, and the clerks pick out key phrases, parrot the phrases, and wait until current management is replaced by new management and the buzz words change.
    If management takes more aggressive action, it is usually countered informally and aggressively and treacherously. Think an exaggerated version of pilpul, reinforced with cancel culture. In extreme cases, the basic function of the organization is interrupted temporarily by the clerks, and the SES is replaced on the grounds that his improvements actually worsened output. The business school textbook description, for those who want it, is in Ritti, The Ropes to Skip and the Ropes to Know. In government, the system is stable as long as management and clerks have about the same social goals

    OK. So, Trump comes in, employs all new department heads without experience or local power base. The Federal Government freezes solid, little or nothing get done. Trump, just like the SES, is blamed.

    If you are a reformer, you are dependent on limiting reform to a level that won’t make your organization stop working. Trump knows this, he’s an experienced manager, and now you know it also.

    If you are a revolutionary, you can make much greater changes. Managers can implement basic functioning and clerks can be replaced or coerced. Being a revolutionary requires much more public support (and weaker enemies) that being a reformer. If Trump becomes the President in 2021, he will have the backing (and the need for) greater reforms just to survive).

    This has been the form of the Federal game ever since Trump was elected in 2016, and the Democrat attack on Trump has always been a sign of Democratic desperation, since it made the above chain of causation unavoidable.

    If Trump wins the current fight over the 2020 Federal election, he will become a revolutionary, will he or nil he. You will get the actions whose omission you deplore. At a minimum, you will learn to be careful what you wish for (even if it is the best possible outcome long term for whoever survives). Please consider happens to you, the reader, if Trump is like Gorbachev, and his successor like Yeltsin?

    • Agree: Tom Rogers
    • Disagree: frontier
    • Thanks: Majority of One
    • Replies: @Ace
    , @Tom Rogers
    , @Justvisiting
  72. Alden says:
    @Malla

    Yes, Malcolm X did expose Mr Elijah’s womanizing and financial exploitation of his followers.

    NOI was a typical non profit scam operation. The glorious leader paid no taxes because of the tax exemptions for religious educational and charitable organizations. The membership worked, paid taxes on their income and Elijah and his family and girl friends lived extravagantly .

    For instance, women NOI members were required to buy 4 NOI outfits, a long dress and hat considered modest Muslim. But each outfit cost $300, or $1,200 for the 4 . This in 1950 when $100 was a comfortable weekly wage to support a family He and the leadership of course lived in luxury. There was a lot of extortion of non NOI blacks as well to support the cause. Mr Elijah was getting old, ready to retire.

    Malcolm and present head of NOI , Louis Farrakhan were in a struggle to succeed Mr. Elijah. The most sensible and simplest explanation is that Farrakhan had Malcolm X killed so Farrakhan could take over. Who benefits and follow the money form my opinions. Farrakhan got the glory of the leadership and control of the money.

    In Mr Elijah’s day there were at most 3,000 Black Muslims in the whole country. It was just another black church with a greedy con artist pastor who exploited the congregation for sex and money.

    It was the liberal media that promoted both the NOI and Malcolm X and his book.

    Mr. Elijah was Hawaiian. His parents were probably Portuguese immigrants. He was a conman, like so many who set up non profit do gooder operations

    • Replies: @Malla
  73. Corvinus says:
    @Robert Dolan

    “You’re not simply a liar; you are an unintelligent liar.”

    Not quite. You are relying on an anonymous source who made their own analysis, which essentially was a drawn out article in that specific four dumps were more heavily favored towards Biden and unusually big compared to other dumps and that “big margins are one thing, and so are super-skewed results, but it’s weird to have them both at the same time”. A commenter had noted there were errors in calculations that the author of the piece had to reconfigure. But these dumps were obviously larger, obviously going to skew towards Biden, and obviously going to take longer to count.

    https://www.eipartnership.net/rapid-response/what-the-election-results-dont-tell-us

    Armchair investigators during the election have already begun to argue that too many of the submitted vote totals begin with larger single digit numbers (7 or 8 for example), which is being spun as evidence of voter fraud. We caution against this conclusion. Having the distribution of leading digits stray from the expected percentages predicted by Benford’s Law can happen by chance, though it is more common when the law’s assumptions are violated, as they often are with vote tallies. Benford’s Law, and other math-based inquiries, can be used to detect voter fraud, but the vast majority of these violations are not conclusive evidence of fraud.

    • Replies: @Druid
  74. @anon

    Who the hell is this “Corvinus” critter who described the anon who posted #35 as a”Troll”? After reading the post, there is no way I would consider the poster in that ill-light. Did the poster express “unpure thoughts” about the core of the Deep State, the CIA? The AGENCY is the enemy of WE THE PEOPLE and besides being a law unto itself, happens to be the chief enforcement agency for the ruling bankster conspiracy.

    I demand that “Corvinus” explain itself.

  75. Anonymous[290] • Disclaimer says:
    @Corvinus

    OK, it is put up or shut up time. Please show exactly what evidence supports your assertion or retract and admit you are making a wild generalization.

    OK, Corvinus, it is put up or shut up time. Please show exactly what evidence supports your assertion that it is put up or shut up time, or retract and admit you are making a wild generalization.

    • Agree: John Q Duped
    • LOL: chris, PhilK
  76. Alden says:
    @Emslander

    Donald Trump’s father was born in America. The paternal grandfather was an immigrant

    • Thanks: Emslander
  77. From Parry’s article:

    vote counting was delayed for several days before the former vice president was declared a “winner” by the news media.

    TRUTHOUT publishes Nov 7

    Former Vice President Joe Biden has officially been declared the winner of the 2020 presidential election….

    Note the words “official winner” from, what else, a publication that flies under the banner of the word Truth. The Electoral College and all other Constitutional means by which a President can be selected are by implication relegated to ‘unofficial’.

    Parry offers a candidate for ironic understatement of the year:

    evidence that instances of fraud occurred

    The following quote from the article deserves further examination, imo:

    … eroding faith in the leading U.S. spy agencies as an unelected secret government or “deep state”, and most of all denouncing corporate media as “fake news” and the “enemy of the people.” Even though these were accuracies cynically told by Trump for his own advantage, they were misunderstood by his detractors to be falsehoods simply because he was the source.

    So when Trump repeatedly and accurately describes mass media as liars this is Trump deploying honesty “cynically” and merely “for his own advantage.” Note that the words chosen by Parry – “cynically” and “for his own advantage” – deprives Trump of possible virtue. Parry’s choice of words are in effect deprecating spin, since by definition, unless Parry has godlike capabilities, which would be miraculous, he cannot know what repertoire of motives motivated Trump to repeatedly describe the mass media propaganda system as “fake news”.

    When Senator Frank Church’s hearings on CIA extreme intrusion and influence in mass media nearly half a century ago in effect outed much of American “news’ as sullied by nefarious agenda, and when Udo Ulfkotte very recently outed European ‘journalism’ as in effect purveyors of fake news, we do not typically ascribe to their revelations ‘cynical self-interest’, but regard them as revelatory.

    What Trump has done in that regard is monumental in effect compared to Church or Ulfkotte. And since mass media public mind control is essential, central, to the Powers that Should Not Be, as in James Corbett’s phrase, the ultimate repercussions of a great increase in public awareness of mass media as lying scum can only be guessed at.

    But far more has happened over the last four years than a massive increase in the number of people who regard mass media as pernicious enemies to truth and thus to life and health and social and political sanity. There has also been a great increase in people around the planet who on the basis of convincing evidence associate at least segments of the Powers That Should Not Be with extreme predation on children. Epstein and Weinstein and Weiner and Podesta and Bill and Hillary join Jimmy Saville and Prince Andrew as among those deemed not suitable for employment as a babysitter.

    Trump has also repeatedly spoken out on behalf of American nationalism. This is an extremely important stance to take.

    Trump’s early ending of American participation in the Trans Pacific Partnership and the climate change nonsense treaty were radical nationalistic actions, and by so doing the globalist juggernaut vs national sovereignty was delayed and hampered. But equally, by throwing monkey wrenches into NATO solidarity, and at least musing often about ending America’s global ‘policemen’ role on behalf of American Empire, Trump was the most antiwar President since JFK.

    Trump carried the banner of American nationalism against the hostility of the mass media, CIA, FBI, many elite globalist players in other countries, and much of the military and political establishment.

    There has been a very clear four year broad Establishment attempt to first hobble Trump’s effectiveness, then to defeat him in the election. Parry offers an attenuated description of Trump’s “legacy” to close out his piece: an immediate prophesy in that regard is premature. The game may or may not soon be over, but its repercussions, its “legacy”, are far from revealed.

  78. @sally

    Sally: Management/control over the message and a deliberate dumbing-down edjumacasion policy instigated by the likes of Columbia University “educational theorists” John Dewey and James Bryant Conant, very early in the 20th Century, have succeeded in mesmerizing “the masses” to the point where they are quite well insulated vis a vis political reality.

    Most of them are stuck in the memes of micro-politix (Democrap and Repooplikken nonesense). The more edjumacated, with letters piled up after their names (B.S., More of the Same, Piled Higher and Dryer) are generally stuck at the macro-politrix level of totally oxymoronic political “science” and similar barf and garbage.

    So to respond to your rhetorical question of whether political reality is “self evident to the masses yet”, my response is that they have been successfully immersed in Novocain Nirvana—as evidenced by the 60 million or so who voted for the Harris-Biden tricket.

  79. dvorak says:

    what took place was almost certainly a secret putsch

    Jack Ruby spent months in Israel in the year before his mopping-up role. The Israeli gov’t was furious with Kennedy’s resistance to their nuclear ambitions.

    If you publish with Unz, maybe have the courtesy to read his Pravda revisionist essays on Israel, etc.

    • Agree: Mustapha Mond
  80. A big protest of one million people in washington enventually dispointed by the supreme court…
    They go to a pro war think tank
    Kock knock..
    Yes ?
    Excuse me sir, It was you , who pushed for wars that resulted in thousands american deads and ten of thousands foreigners dead ?

    It was called the Transition Integrity Project (TIP) and featured Clintonites John Podesta and Donna Brazile, who were joined by prominent neoconservative figures William Kristol, Max Boot, and the former George W. Bush speechwriter who coined the “Axis of Evil” phrase, war criminal David Frum.

  81. @GreatSocialist

    his daddy was already experiencing dementia by his mid-70s.

    Like Biden, or worse? Current Biden condition is medically termed “mild cognitive impairment’: he publicly confused his wife and sister, publicly stated at his campaign rally in Ohio that he is running for senate, but still appears to remember his own name.

    • Agree: SS-The Independent
  82. @Corvinus

    Corvinus is one of three possibilities: (1. an over-edjumacated ignoramus) (2. a disinformation agent or (3. a troll with some weird agenda.

    My first surmise is more probable than the other two. This poster is probably a victim of our “higher” edjumacasion system and has developed into a pseudo-intellectual, cynical supporter of the false reality syndrome generally described as “normal” within this highly toxic and clinically insane culture.

  83. @gsjackson

    I also believe the military will intercede if necessary.

    Dream on. Top brass is in on this color revolution, along with “seventeen intelligence agencies”. Not to mention that to intercede, you need balls. Zimbabwean military had the balls to kick out their corrupt senile walking dead who “won” the elections, but they don’t buy PC BS and don’t preach “diversity”. Our trannies in uniform don’t have balls. If you believe them, the absence of balls “is our strength”. So, our corrupt senile walking dead is here to stay, until his puppet-masters decide to unplug him.

    • Replies: @Robert Dolan
    , @gsjackson
  84. @Majority of One

    I demand that “Corvinus” explain itself.

    FYI, paid trolls and mentally disturbed never explain themselves.

  85. Altai says:

    The most salient thing about BLM is how, despite strong obvious support for Palestinians and their plight in the levant fitting much more with the theme and being more dire, every attempt to express solidarity with them lead to extreme reactions from the media and official expressions of support from the UK branch were immediately censured.

    They’re playing with fire supporting them and some have realised this like Bari Weiss, who could foresee the viral nature of ‘Defund the IDF’. Much like most of the ‘centrists’ who have come out against ‘cancel culture’ have all been conspicuous in their zionism, including early adopters like Bret Weinstein and otherwise super woke liberals like J.K Rowling. (Yes, the one blind spot in her anti-racism is her love for Israel and zionism, no she isn’t Jewish nor is her husband but I’m sure most important publishers in Britain and the US are)

    But the history of Israel and Jewish activism more generally seems a constant game of ‘whack-a-mole’ and the constant thoughtless creation of new enemies through pre-emptive aggression and a lack of ability to stop aggression. Some like Bari Weiss could see the greater potential for long-term damage from the media stoking ‘woke’ identity politics and anti-racism for Israel but others just couldn’t stop their ethnic aggression against WASPs and white gentiles in general.

  86. Derer says:
    @Truth Hurts the Liars

    Actually unpatriotic people, like the scarecrows on the pictures, have plunged Russian population into a tyranny for 75 years (1918-1993). After WWII they have moved to the US successful democracy and with time causing unprecedented destruction of its foundation.

  87. Meena says:

    “The PNAC blueprint supports an earlier document attributed to Wolfowitz and Libby which said the US must “discourage advanced industrial nations from challenging our leadership or even aspiring to a larger regional or global role”.

    . It describes peacekeeping missions as “demanding American political leadership rather than that of the UN”.

    It spotlights China for “regime change”, saying “it is time to increase the presence of American forces in SE Asia”.

    The document also calls for the creation of “US space forces” to dominate space, and the total control of cyberspace to prevent “enemies” using the internet against the US. It also hints that the US may consider developing biological weapons “that can target specific genotypes [and] may transform biological warfare from the realm of terror to a politically useful tool”.

    https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2003/sep/06/september11.iraq- Michael Meacher.

    Did PNAC deliver? Virus has hurt US more than it has hurt China or Russia or Venezuela or NK. Pathogen has been weaponized against US citizen at least once in the Anthrax attack . Now theoretically and imaginatively an accusation can be heard that other countries have unleashed lab created viruses on US and Europe. More pathogen have escaped from US high security lab .

    Cybersecurity’s failure has played havoc in the American lives ,small businesses ,hospitals and now has assumed a gigantic black hole of influence on election -a gnome guarding the secrets of the deep state .

    Oil pipeline has become a game whose referees are Russia , and we can add Iran, Iraq Syria .
    China is on a trajectory whose rise can’t be checkmated by the valors and intelligence of the PNAC signatories .

    Who has lost ? Americans. Last 20 years have materialized a savage desecration of culture ,civic sense, identity and of religious bonding .It has caused massive dislocation of economic situation . The frog never jumped out of the boiling water . To some extent it is no less wild and no less destructive than the effects of WW1 and WW2 had on the Europe. It’s appreciation is simply delayed by the forces that unleashed it in the first place on USA intentionally or accidentally

  88. Ace says:
    @Anonymous

    I just can’t get over your clever use of the word “orange.” What an amazing writer!

  89. @AnonFromTN

    I agree. Every branch of government has been jewed and compromised.

    The left runs wild, openly breaks every law on the books, and nothing ever happens.

    • Agree: SS-The Independent
    • Replies: @SS-The Independent
  90. Ace says:
    @Anonymous

    You don’t know what you’re talking about with your odd views of how “clerks” think. Having been one, I can assure you that no one I knew was interested in doing as little as possible.

    • Replies: @Bill
  91. Ace says:

    Yours is an excellent article. I’m puzzled only by your view that Trump engages in “rabble-rousing” and that he’s somehow sui generis in this vale of tears in acting “to help his own cause.”

  92. chris says:

    … both the pseudo-left and conservative right seem to be equally misunderstood about Soros, who is neither the charitable billionaire or “globalist” bogeyman they imagine, but rather an anti-communist business tycoon who favors vulture capitalism and Western imperialism under the banner of liberal democracy.

    This is probably the most absurd description of Soros I have ever seem; otherwise a fairy good article if you overlook this sizable omission.

    Admittedly, I don’t know as much as I should about Soros, but what I do know, is that he is heavily involved with all sorts of gov agencies, pushing very orthodox, globalistic agendas all over the world.

    To try to sell him off as a latter day Dale Carnegie is frankly an insult to every reader; not to mention a dead give-away.

  93. nsa says:

    If Trumpstein had done just one thing……anything…….for the working poor 50% making under the 34k median annual income, he would have easily kept his job. Instead, it was all about goosing the stock market, stroking his jooie sponsors, and stripping the poorer plebs of a basic health plan. Specifically, all he had to do was twist all those limp GOP wrists and pass a $15 / hour federally mandated minimum wage…..resulting in a landslide re-election with 20 or 30 million added votes. Let’s list the pathetic shithole states with a $7.25 / hour minimum wage: AL, GA, ID, IN, IA, KS, KY, LA, MS, NH, OK, PA, SC, TN, TX, UT, VA, WI, WY……..a who’s who list of backwater locations no sane person wants to live in, visit, or even drive through.

    • Replies: @Bro43rd
  94. chris says:
    @Majority of One

    I think his handle is actually short for “Coronavirus”

  95. gsjackson says:
    @AnonFromTN

    How has Trump survived for four years — survived literally — without a fairly potent ally? He certainly doesn’t have one in the Republican Party establishment, or even widespread support in conservative opinion journalism. Every single deep state weapon has been trained on him daily every day that he’s been in office.

    There was a video floating around several months ago in which the question of Trump’s military support was put to an Army general and he actually answered it. He said it was a combination of military intelligence and special ops units calling themselves the Army of Northern Virginia. If such a group exists and intercedes in an obviously fraudulent election, I believe the rest of the military would stand down. They aren’t necessarily at the beck and call of the deep state. The intelligence agencies, yes, but it’s not clear how they would quickly mobilize any military capability in such a scenario.

    There are remnants of uncompromised patriotism out there, a high percentage of them likely are in the military, and Trump may be able to mobilize them. Maybe just a dream, as you say, but we’ll know soon enough. Shit’s got to go down quickly at this point.

    • Replies: @Robert Dolan
    , @JM
  96. While the widely perceived truth about the JFK assassination remains sealed from public view, the Church Committee and Rockefeller Commissions of the 1970s exposed the numerous CIA-backed juntas which unseated popular leaders in Guatemala, Syria, Iran, the Dominican Republic, the Congo, Brazil, Indonesia, Chile, and countless other nations in the global south.

    Just sit back for a minute and let the above sink in.

    Imagine Russia having done the same…

    The US, as a nation, has cease to exist and become the banana republic is so desperately wants to be.

  97. anon666 says:

    The pennsylvania appeals court has thrown out trump’s fraudulent fraud claims. Looks like it is over for you guys.

    • Disagree: Emslander
  98. @gsjackson

    Obama installed a bunch of liberal shitheads in the military leadership and fired every conservative he could find. And he did the same thing throughout the court system and the government at large.

    If Trump had any allies in the intelligence community we would not have had the Russian collusion hoax, the fake impeachment, the covid hoax, and the election steal.

    Trump made matters a thousand times worse by hiring arch enemies and neocons and Goldman Sachs scumbags. I have no idea how or why he consistently made such egregious mistakes in hiring.

    In a just world the election would be overturned but we no longer live in a just world. The left literally gets away with treason and murder while people on the right are not allowed to speak out or defend themselves.

    I don’t think you can vote or talk your way out of communism. Communism always results in mass murder and tyranny.

  99. @anon

    Thanks. Those results pertained to Wisconsin, Michigan and Georgia. The Pennsylvania results by county are in this Gateway Pundit article. They show something equally astonishing:

    What happened with the mail in votes is almost statistically impossible (See the orange line below). In almost every county throughout the state, the President was awarded a percent of votes 40% less than the percent the President won on election day (see the grey line below). If Trump won a county by 80% of the vote on Election Day, he won 40% of the mail-in vote for a county. If the President won 60% of the vote on Election Day, he won 20% of the mail-in vote in another county. This pattern occurred in almost every county with the only noticeable exception of Philadelphia, where the President only earned 30% of the vote on Election Day.

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/11/shocking-exclusive-caught-pennsylvania-results-show-statistically-impossible-pattern-behind-bidens-steal-caught/?ff_source=Twitter&ff_medium=PostTopSharingButtons&ff_campaign=websitesharingbuttons

    To top it all off, Giuliani showed that Pennsylvania counted 700,000 more mail-ins than they sent out. Curious that, the same figure by which Trump was leading Biden when they shut down the vote count on election night and barred all Republican poll watchers from the counting areas. Clear evidence of guilty intent, I suggest.

  100. Abbybwood says:
    @ubun65

    Trump was hated because The Entitled Queen got punked.

    All that sobbing and wailing by “The First Woman President’s supporters” at The Javits Center in New York City morphed into pussy hats and Trump Derangement Syndrome. The MSM got a bad case of it and it will linger at least until Biden and his Pentagon cronies get the next big war started. Then they can all take their Hillary Pussy Hats off and get their cheerleading pompoms out and let the bombs start blazing and killing. THAT will give them something to be happy about!

    Because Hillary was never indicted for her many crimes and never “locked up”, I think she and her Pussy Hat minions were behind the Obama/FBI spying, the treatment of Flynn, the Mueller Russia Hoax probe and the nonsense impeachment.

    Forget the wall. If Trump had brought down Hillary Clinton that would have at least pulled the plug on “the swamp”.

    • Replies: @Peripatetic Itch
  101. anon[712] • Disclaimer says:
    @Emslander

    “Trump, whose father immigrated from Germany, feels that hatred, as do the majority of decent adult Americans. ”

    Trump’s father was born in NYC, his paternal grandfather was born in Germany.

    • Thanks: Emslander
    • Replies: @Emslander
  102. @Majority of One

    He’s a well-known troll at iSteve

  103. @Max Parry

    Thank you, Mr. Parry, for bringing up Cynthia McKinney. She is one of the most purposely (by mainstream) forgotten Patriots in our nation as she stood alone against the Patriot Act as well as standing up against the Obama regime’s war crimes in Libya. She has been there tirelessly bringing up the many anomalies of crimes like 9/11 and Boston.

  104. Iseeit says:
    @Corvinus

    So you say?
    It genuinely astonishes me that people like you exist.
    I suspect you know that you’re a fraud.
    It’s more bizarre however to contemplate the state of ignorance required to permit you to in fact believe that which you assert as true, despite all of the genuine reality disproving your psychosis.

  105. @anon666

    Dear Mr. 666, the end has just begun. With a moniker like yours, you should know better than anyone.

    Please allow me to introduce myself
    I’m a man of wealth and taste
    I’ve been around for a long, long years
    Stole million man’s soul an faith

    A year for prayer and faith.

  106. @Robert Snefjella

    Trump was the most antiwar President since JFK.

    It’s truly amazing, as you say, how nearly every essayist who comes out and praises anything Mr. Trump has done or who defends him in any way has to slip in some qualification to the effect that he’s a racist, a clown, a self-interested egotist or simply off his rocker. Like you say, they pretend they have a direct line into his brain and see nothing but evil or venality.

    Perhaps this is because Miss Hillary characterized his supporters as “The Deplorables” and the media called him a populist. The labels stuck and no one wanted to be labelled a populist by association.The only allowable political position was some variation of left or right.

    Trump, on the other hand, saw deep-seated corruption as the major problem facing America today. Thus his “Drain the Swamp” cry. Corruption is a problem with no left-right dimension. It subverts a nation from all sides, and it has clearly done so in much of the world. Trump came in when the game had been all but lost and has done a courageous job in attempting to reverse it. How it will end is hard to say.

    As a Canadian who never took much notice of Trump before his run for office, I was astounded at the vitriol thrown his way from the moment he was nominated. It seemed obvious he was up against deeply nefarious forces.

    Thank you. You worded it so very well. History may well judge him a great president.

    • Agree: Erebus, Kolya Krassotkin
    • Thanks: Robert Snefjella
    • Replies: @Corvinus
  107. Corvinus says:
    @Majority of One

    “After reading the post, there is no way I would consider the poster in that ill-light. Did the poster express “unpure thoughts” about the core of the Deep State, the CIA?”

    Not “unpure thoughts” on their part, but rather they made a baseless allegation –> So CIA used Diebold oops Dominion ballot-stuffing oops election software to install their chosen puppet ruler.

    Allegations are not evidence, friend.

    • Troll: GeneralRipper
    • Replies: @Peripatetic Itch
  108. @Majority of One

    You guys are mean and insensitive. First of all, @chris, you talk about poor C in the third person, without enquiring as to his/her/their pronouns. Up here in Trudanada that could get you hauled before a Human Rights Commission and be dinged for many thousands of dollars in penalties.

    Second, you both stand to trigger his/her/their anxieties without even searching his/her/ze name on Google. I mean, when you do that, he/she/them could be the only living pretender to the crown of ancient Bohemia. Would you really want to trigger such a person?

    Or it could be one William Corvinus. Born in the 5th century, and after being bit by a rabid wolf, he developed a high fever, and convulsions racked his body. He began to sprout hair all over his body, and his face changed to reveal a more wolf-like appearance. Before the night was through, William had become the first Werewolf, who kills humans with ease. Don’t think you’d want to trigger that.

    Or he could even be a Bohemian Corvid, perhaps even a Grey Jay. Need I say more.

    • Replies: @Majority of One
  109. @Rufus Clyde

    Or, perhaps Ike was warning us all that even he had no control over the Deep State and the clueless don’t get it.

  110. @Abbybwood

    If Trump had brought down Hillary Clinton that would have at least pulled the plug on “the swamp”.

    And then what? He puts her in front of a jury in Washington, DC or New York, and six of twelve vote for acquittal, no matter what. It’s called jury nullification and it’s still legal. Trump ends up with egg on his face.

    Trump was hated because The Entitled Queen got punked.

    Sorry, the vitriol started about when he was nominated.

    • Agree: Alden
  111. @Robert Snefjella

    You forgot Carter. But otherwise you are correct about anti-war Presidents.

    • Replies: @Robert Snefjella
  112. Corvinus says:
    @Peripatetic Itch

    “Mr. Trump has done or who defends him in any way has to slip in some qualification to the effect that he’s a racist, a clown, a self-interested egotist or simply off his rocker”.

    Because he is observably those things!

    “Trump, on the other hand, saw deep-seated corruption as the major problem facing America today.”

    No, he saw an opportunity. He is a grifter.

    History may well judge him a great president.

    So why shouldn’t we believe people like this guy? How are they “in on it”? –> “There’s a great human capacity for inventing things that aren’t true about elections,” said Frank LaRose, a Republican who serves as Ohio’s secretary of state. “The conspiracy theories and rumors and all those things run rampant. For some reason, elections breed that type of mythology.”

    The claims will have to mature into something of substance. So why should we unequivocally believe Weasel Zippers, Brietbart, PJ Media, and Alex Jones? Could not Trump’s endgame be the culmination of four years of Fake News madness by he and the Alt Right? Are they not riling up the base and incentivizing them in the name of moral indignation?

    Remember, Trump stated 100 percent he would win no matter what. If he won, there was no fraud. If he lost, there was massive fraud. That is insane, given how many people were not fans of him or his policies, including Republicans.

    And the fact that Republican candidates did better than Trump in down-ballot races means that voters split their votes. Enough Republican voters had made up their minds in the weeks before the election that Trump was not what they expected of a president and voted accordingly. Furthermore, a lot of it can be exampled by increased black turnout rates and Trump’s drop in support among white men could be explained by his facing off against another white male this time.

    Put all of these things together, and this result need not be explained by massive, perpetual fraud at all.

    • Troll: GeneralRipper
    • Replies: @Robert Dolan
  113. Corvinus says:
    @Majority of One

    You’ve already lost the argument when you resort to wild speculation and ad hominem to boot. But that is to be expected, as a you are slave to confirmation bias.

    • Troll: GeneralRipper
  114. @Corvinus

    Allegations are not evidence, friend.

    And then there are the second order allegations, that the allegations are baseless.

    Too complicated for you? We are not your friends.

    • Agree: Notsofast
    • Replies: @Genrick Yagoda
    , @Corvinus
  115. @Beavertales

    The intelligence agencies helped to orchestrate Russiagate, Obamagate, the impeachment, the Covid hoax, and the election fraud.

    The Jewish capture of the intelligence agencies guaranteed that the left could run wild and the right would be demonized and punished from the top down. They shat on Trump the same way they shit on Kyle Rittenhouse and every white Christian person in America and around the world.

    The CIA/FBI/ADL/MOSSAD are clearly just one big happy family.

    It does not appear that there are remnants of patriots left in the government…..or of there are such people they certainly stay silent and maintain a low profile for fear of the Jews.

    We are witnessing the total shitshow clusterfuck clown world disintegration of our once proud and decent country. People need to take it to the streets.

    • Replies: @GeneralRipper
  116. @Corvinus

    You know….box wine has been known to reduce brain cells…..you might want to lay off for a while.

  117. Whitewolf says:
    @Erebus

    He has been the most “innovative” president in living memory, having done at least 4 things no other pres has done since, well, I can remember. The four are available here.

    The last one mentioned also brings to light the gaslighting media used to promote Biden as president-elect. With the maga crowd even turning on Tucker for giving Powell a hard time it’s going to make it hard going forward for the gaslighting media and big tech cartel to promote it’s narratives.

    Either the fraud is acknowledged, corrected, the fraudsters sanctioned, and the nation allowed to rebuild on a new basis. Or it’s acknowledged, accepted as the way things are, and the slide into Oceania accelerates. America is forever changed either way, but his Objection has forced, or at least allowed it to choose its future in the open. The choice will be made in clear daylight for all to see, and ipso facto for all to participate.

    The Republicans are also in a situation where they have to back Trump and fight the fraud or be abandoned by their base. They have to fight effectively too because their base isn’t going to support them if they think their votes will be stolen. Being the designated losers in the uniparty makes this problematic.

    Future elections (if they even bother with them) will probably have both candidates holding rallies where just a dozen or so people attend and most people tune out. Just imagine a Biden vs Jeb election and you get the idea. Add in some CGI crowds and applause tracks and you might even convince some people that it’s actually important and going to change things.

    • Agree: Robert Dolan
    • Replies: @GeneralRipper
  118. @Robert Dolan

    We are witnessing the total shitshow clusterfuck clown world disintegration of our once proud and decent country. People need to take it to the streets.

    The Local and State level traitors and collaborators ( mostly Democrats but some Republicans as well) should be targeted first, as well as their families. On the street, in their homes or their workplace.

    They mistakenly believe that they are untouchable. They must be disabused of that notion.

    The fear will work it’s way up very quickly. A cold civil war of targeted reprisals is the way to start. That will also serve to show who is loyal and who is not.

    • Agree: Robert Dolan
  119. @Peripatetic Itch

    Wholly Kowabunga Batman. Posting from Canuckistan, no less. Hearing some awful news from there lately about some heavy shit coming down under cover of “defending” the DOMINION from the Plandemic by setting up camps to “quarantine” various elements of the population. Please say it ain’t so, Joe.

    Even read about quarantine camps being set up in Me’tis country—the very land that the Metis martyr from Manitoba was defeated in combat by Royalist forces and eventually executed. As my permanent home is about 200 miles (close to 300 Kanuckistanimeters) from the Peg and my former go-to a.m. radio source was CBW where I once tuned into the likes of Alan Maitland and Peter Gzoski; I have been shocked in more recent years to find that your land has become even more dominated than these Untied Skates of a Miracle. Pity that.

    Recalling the summer of ’74 when arriving at the border station in Pembina country where I was warmly welcomed and almost smothered in pamphlets, maps and fliers welcoming me to the Prairie Province. One of the handouts spoke of a free music festival to be held in a couple days at BirdsHill Park. Met a young man from Pictou County, N.S. and we eventually wandered into a basement bar on Portage Avenue. It turned out to be a stripper bar and the woman performing at the time was “wearing” only a large black plume, with which she did various dance-moves. During the middle of all that my attention was drawn to a high wall-mounted teevee set where there’s Richard Nixon, tears streaming down from his eyes and stepping down from the Presidency.

    Next morning Rick and I drove up to the site of the festival. Later that day we listened to Cathy Fink and Duck Donald, a few more presentations and then capped by Gordon Lightfoot laying into “The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald.” Such memories from a land which during that year of the first occasion of the Winnipeg Folk Festival…a land which seemed so full of freshness and vigor.

    What happened?

    • Replies: @Peripatetic Itch
  120. You totally nailed it…..now that people KNOW about the fraud there is no reason to vote.

    There is no reason to have any faith in government whatsoever.

    This is a disaster for the ruling elite because voting gave the plebes the false idea that they had a say….and it kept people in line. The whole thing has been a charade for a long time but NOW everybody knows, and this takes it to another level.

    Not the Jews have to go into total tyranny because the idea of fair elections (even though they have probably never been fair) was the last flimsy thing holding this shitshow together. In other words, by stealing the election for Biden the Jews destroyed the legitimacy of the whole process and ruined what was a very useful method of control.

    These are people who have NEVER run a successful society of any kind. Whites are light years ahead of Jews in terms of knowing how to manage government and society. White Christian people
    recognize the dignity of all people, the right to self determination, the right to free speech, etc.etc.etc.

    All Jews know how to do is buy people off, get people to sell their souls, and wreck nations.

    What a fucked up mess.

    • Agree: GeneralRipper, Druid, Robjil
  121. dimples says:
    @anon

    It’s true. Only cool people in the know use ‘CIA’ instead of ‘the CIA’. I read all about this in that more-or-less crappy book on the USS Liberty bombing, ‘Blood on the Water’ by Joan Mellen.

  122. Anonymous[290] • Disclaimer says:
    @Majority of One

    Corvinus is one of the leading practitioners of pilpul on this forum. You can learn a lot by reading his posts and figuring out what he is trying to do and how he is trying to do it. I’ve described several of the techniques elsewhere, but there are many more, and Corvinus can be an effective teacher if viewed abstractly.

    BTW, I should mention that _Plunkitt of Tammany Hall_is available for download at Project Gutenberg. https://www.gutenberg.org/files/2810/2810-h/2810-h.htm

    The book is important in that Tammany Hall was the direct ancestor of the 2020 urban political machine, and much of what he says is still in practice. This book is, in fact, used in contemporary political science curricula.

    The book was originally a series of New York city newspaper articles by a reporter named William Riorden, and was originally published as a book in 1905. Riorden used to be credited as author, but Plunkitt is credited as author today. Whoever wrote it, the book is very entertaining. However, bear in mind that Plunkitt meant and practiced every word. Chapter 6, for example, “To Hold Your District: Study Human Nature and Act Accordin’ ” discusses innocent ways of capturing voters, but note that they are not democratic in that the voters captured are utterly uninterested in actual government actions. The methodology is the ancestor of contemporary “vote harvesting”.

    Plunkitt was a standard second generation immigrant Irish politician. Tammany leadership tended to be second generation immigrant leadership and was, c.a. 1900, heavily Irish and heavily dependent on the immigrant vote. There are obvious structural parallels with the situation in 2020.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  123. @Whitewolf

    The Republicans are also in a situation where they have to back Trump and fight the fraud or be abandoned by their base.

    I hate to say it, but I think you tend to give the Republican Party way more respect than they deserve.

    Before Trump came along, they were enthusiastically assfucking their base for the last 40 years. There are very few in the GOP who would hesitate to slink back into the comfortable role of “beautiful loser” in a heartbeat.

    • Replies: @GeneralRipper
  124. @davidgmillsatty

    I dithered a bit on that one. I was aware of info such as contained in Michel Chossudovsky’s article, from 2002, The Nobel War Prize, https://archives.globalresearch.ca/articles/CHO210B.html
    and so I ‘trumped’ Carter in that respect. But over his lifetime Carter has earned considerable respect. How much actual power and good information and sound advice a national leader is privy to during his term in office is hard to judge from many miles and decades away.

    A recent example is Jim Jeffrey seemingly bragging about he and cohorts feeding bs to Trump re Syria.

    Carter too was surrounded by war mongers and MIC and likely knaves and nincompoops. .

  125. @Majority of One

    Hearing some awful news from there lately about some heavy shit coming down under cover of “defending” the DOMINION from the Plandemic by setting up camps to “quarantine” various elements of the population. Please say it ain’t so, Joe.

    Well, our esteemed drama teacher, er… Prime Minister says it ain’t — that it’s just a Request for Tender for spare hotel rooms and campgrounds and stuff for pandemic scofflaws, (and maybe pillows to hold over their faces.)

    Even worse came out this week. Again a Request for Tender. This time for automatic hydraulic guillotines. Self cleaning. We’re all sure the DT is just having us on, that he just needs them to cut the backs of his new memoir about surviving the lock down cooped up with Chrystia in his little cottage. He expects to sell 33 million copies at $999.99 each, I think. Call it a carbon tax.

    The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald was Faked (Maybe)
    http://mileswmathis.com/lightfoot.pdf

  126. @GeneralRipper

    I should probably say 35 years, since Ronnie Raygun is pretty much a Gay Old Party deity.

    I remember shaking his hand and getting his autograph when he came to speak at Towson State College in 1979. I was a high school senior at the time.

    Pretty much everyone was disappointed when he chose Bush as his VP.

  127. Jiminy says:

    Every so often, in the political realm somebody comes along who can galvanise the people with new ideas, thoughts and promises. Theses people are often thought of by the establishment as dangerous outsiders. Illegitimate heirs to the crown. Most countries have had them appear, only to disappear almost as quickly as they came. Australia went through the same dramas in the nineties, when a woman by the name of Hanson came onto the scene and started to rattle the cages. It was apparent that she was becoming more powerful with an ever growing following of disgruntled voters. The prime minister of the time belittled her and scoffed at her popularity. While in the shadows, plans were afoot to set her up and ultimately jail her. Problem solved. How dare a person think that they can come off the street and fight the establishment. You would think that by now the public would have learnt their lesson. Stay in line, or else.

  128. @Emslander

    That war came about because the intellectual ruling elite, which gives birth to journalists and popular politicians, feared the coming domination of the industrious German people.

    If by “the intellectual ruling elite” you mean Zionist bankers, then I agree. While the the crowned heads of Europe did not collectively conspire, Georgie Porgie detested Grandma’s favourite grandchild, Willy, and was more than happy to serve Zion.
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2706589/Find-reason-war-Germany-Shocking-letter-documents-King-George-V-urged-foreign-secretary-justify-conflict-two-days-outbreak-First-World-War.html
    Foreign Secretary Grey complied.
    https://www.longlongtrail.co.uk/battles/sir-edward-greys-speech-on-the-eve-of-war-3-august-1914/

  129. @Robert Dolan

    Well, what someone expects in the land of ZOG/JewSa/USrael/Zio-JewStan ?!…” By hook, or by crook ” they got them ( and us – NOT in their ‘ big club ‘ – Carlin ) by the balls. Yeah, George was right: ” The table is tilted, folks. The game is rigged. And nobody seems to notice, nobody seems to care…”…

  130. @Peripatetic Itch

    I don’t understand why otherwise good posters (you and several others) respond to this head-ache inducing clown. He is not even a good foil.

    Whenever I see his handle I just scroll past.

  131. frontier says:
    @Rufus Clyde

    non-tards would have no choice but to line up for the usual helping of National Security State neoliberal poison

    What matters is how Trump compares to the other party candidate. Only a complete idiot or a troll would “line up” for Biden after all we know about him, his plans and his party.

  132. Alden says:
    @Emslander

    Great post. I never thought the insane anti Trump hatred came from his German heritage. There really doesn’t seem to be any rational explanation at all.

    Bush 1 and 2 were hated by Jews because supposedly grandpa Bush was a Nazi collaborator. Apparently he owned IBM stock and IBM sold calculators and other office machines to Germany before the war. Also grandpa Bush was on the board of directors of an American bank whose correspondent bank in Brazil lent money to; and handled the accounts of Brazilian rubber tree farmers. Some of that rubber ended up in Germany. Thus Brazil was a Nazi ally and grandpa Bush was involved.

    At one time not so long ago, Jew liberals worshipped FDR and his wife. Now they are rewriting the history books to blame FDR for not assassinating Hitler as soon as he was appointed chancellor and it not declaring war on Germany in 1933. And of course FDR’s state department for enforcing immigration law and not turning the USA into a Jewish refugee center.

    One reason I always vote republican is because jews and Jew media hates republican presidents so much. If Jew media hates republicans, they must be good.

  133. @Ghali

    I once read about a, what shall I call him? dumbed down ‘Christian’ of the churchianity type. It happened in the San Antonio Texas Zionist church of a john Hagee, who is its ‘pastor’ Well, supposedly a Jewish person was laughing so hard, because a group of Jews were invited and at the end of the service, a person came running to this Jew guy and told him ” please! please pray for me, you are Jewish and god heard you more than us!” Oh churchianity! poor souls. With this in mind, just remember how brain washed those ‘Americans’ are! With p0unding upon them the version that Jews are god’s people, year after year, eventually Jews become ‘god’ to those churchianity zombies. Churchianity soundly is total ignorance of talmudism (Judaism) and how truly evil talmudism is! I was once in churchianity and totally believe all the above, where Jews are considered god’s people. I did not begin to wake up until I left churchinity completely and started to read NON main stream media. Thus finally I was able to start removing little by little all that false information that I received for 26 years. Its a process and difficult indeed, but finally I am free of churchianity; however, so few souls are able to abandon churchianity, find out about talmudism, etc. very few indeed. I just to sense that something was terrible wrong, but I could not point the finger at it. Well, now I can! Talmudism, and masonic cults. You may read the book, be wise as serpents, and find out more.

  134. Alden says:
    @Curmudgeon

    Read newspunch article thanks for posting it.

  135. Alden says:
    @James O'Meara

    Relationship between reality and attempts to perceive it is just a lengthy way of saying lying so well the lie is mistaken for truth.

  136. Bill says:
    @Ace

    He is a neckbeard schmibertarian taking a break from xbox.

  137. @Emslander

    Wilson was born in Virginia, not Georgia. And to claim that he was some arch Confederate is absurd to say the least. He was pretty much a scalawag who became President of Princeton for Christ sakes. A Yankee at heart.

    As far as the “black race” goes, they are and always will be natural slaves.

    • Replies: @Emslander
  138. I agree with most of what you write Parry, have to disagree that Trump is some kind of outsider or populist. Truth is he’s just been another Bush or obama with a big mouth. I think most of the fake outrage around him is just theater, its good for the MSM’s ratings, provides a good distraction for the ass-raping we’ve been getting, and allows the Dems to pretend they’re fighting literally Hitler while not actually doing anything different.

    Trumps not an outsider, he’s given money to Kamala Harris as well as the Clintons. Long time friends with all of them including many in MSM like Joe and Mika of MSNBC. Its a big club as George Carlin said. All the fighting is just pro wrestling, behind the scenes they’re all buddies.

    Trump made his bed. He supported the color revolutions in Hong Kong, Belarus, has attempted to assassinate Maduro of Venezuela, coup in Bolivia, starvation sanctions on half the goddamn world, an act of war in itself. Arming the Nazis in Ukraine, tearing up weapons treaties with Russia. Plotting assassination of Assad, sanctions on their food and medicines, preventing them from rebuilding so refugees can return. His hatred of the Palestinians, giving Israel everything they want. Assassination of Soleimani and the leaders of the Iraqi militia another act of war, now the assassination of another Iranian nuclear scientist, act of war. If he hasn’t “started a new war” it hasn’t been for lack of trying.

    He chose all these warmongering Neocons and war profiteers for his cabinet. John Bolton threatening the DPRK with the “Libyan” model is what threw that whole deal off. If he had no choice he should come out and say so. Tell us the truth. Of course that will never happen because it was all just for show all along. He had no intention of following through on any of it, even if he did have the choice to do so.

    I have no doubt that the voting machines can be manipulated. I honestly don’t believe any of the numbers. I’m pretty certain they rigged the numbers in the primaries. Trump has done nothing to address this in 4 years so he shouldn’t be whining about it now. They have proven that democracy is a hoax. How anyone can still have any faith in the system is beyond me. Your vote does not matter because the people who run this country are not on the ballot, it doesn’t matter who you elect.

    Its sad what happened to McKinney. Go read about what the GOP and Saxby Chambliss did to Max Cleland in 2002 after 9/11 if you want to know what the GOP stands for. Cleland is a triple amputee Vietnam vet and they ran ads calling him a terrorist, called him a Osama bin Laden and Saddam Hussein sympathizer. He was against the Iraq war and Patriot Act and these dumb fucks in GA voted him out for these GOP scumbags, this is how the GOP took over GA after 9/11. Cleland was one of the few who said the 9/11 investigation was a sham and that the govt. was hiding evidence. Fox News, Ann Coulter, Karl Rove are all responsible for getting him out, and these poor brainwashed fools in GA still run out and vote GOP like they’re making a difference

    I think I might actually go vote for this black guy in the runoff, just because they say he’s a communist and an anti-semite. Anybody cool with Castro is cool with me. Haha

    • Replies: @The Real World
    , @Erebus
  139. Bro43rd says:
    @nsa

    First of all, most residents of the states you mention are probably proud to be citizens of them. Quit talking down to others. And secondly, even a minimum wage of $15/hr would still leave them well under the $34K/yr poverty level. Sounds like a standard democRat talking point, not a well thought out economic plan.

  140. @GreatSocialist

    You have comprehension problems. Try reading my post again.

    Unless you’re just a kid, everyone knows that the media would have been all over a POTUS emergency trip to the hospital with a hundred badgering questions. They were primarily SILENT.

    Do you always require repetition to grasp basic concepts?

  141. @redmudhooch

    Trumps not an outsider, he’s given money to Kamala Harris as well as the Clintons. Long time friends with all of them including many in MSM like Joe and Mika of MSNBC. Its a big club as George Carlin said. All the fighting is just pro wrestling, behind the scenes they’re all buddies.

    Those are the words of a very sheltered or naive person. “They’re all buddies”…..I had to LOL at that one.

    That elite crowd primarily operates on a quid pro quo basis as far as “friends” go. Period. I’d suggest re-reading that sentence.

    Quite clearly, Trump and HRC became fierce adversaries and still are. I’m not going to take the time to list the myriad examples of the last 5 years that make that completely obvious.

  142. JM says:
    @gsjackson

    gsjackson: “How has Trump survived for four years — survived literally — without a fairly potent ally? He certainly doesn’t have one in the Republican Party establishment, or even widespread support in conservative opinion journalism. Every single deep state weapon has been trained on him daily every day that he’s been in office.”

    It’s as though those at the top outside Washington who did support and finance him (in some measure) were ‘aware’ of this from the outset and knew he could be used for their purposes without being too much of the threat in other policy areas as expected by his electoral base. Of course they got it right as well as wrong.

  143. @Max Parry

    Thanks for saying where you’re coming from. In return, I think money/influence is at least as plausible a motivation as ideology. His current activities are not exactly anti-communist. But some of those prior activities were a while ago, perhaps he had different motivations then than now.

    • Replies: @Max Parry
  144. Erebus says:
    @redmudhooch

    Trump has done nothing to address this in 4 years so he shouldn’t be whining about it now.

    In fact, on June 12, 2018 he issued an Executive Order declaring a National Emergency to deal with just this threat.

    Its ungainly title (Executive Order on Imposing Certain Sanctions in the Event of Foreign Interference in a United States Election) notwithstanding, it directs the Director of National Intelligence to assess…

    “… any information indicating that a foreign government, or any person acting as an agent of or on behalf of a foreign government, has acted with the intent or purpose of interfering in that election. The assessment shall identify, to the maximum extent ascertainable, the nature of any foreign interference and any methods employed to execute it, the persons involved, and the foreign government or governments that authorized, directed, sponsored, or supported it. “

    … and to deliver said assessment to the President, Secretaries of Defence/State/Homeland Security/Treasury and the A.G.

    As we know, foreigners were trailing breadcrumbs all along this trail. This EO gives the President, under National Emergency powers an extraordinarily wide range of options in dealing the the threat and remedies for any wrong doing. The Dir of National Intelligence is to deliver that assessment on Dec 18. All hands will have been played by then, save Trump’s, leaving plenty of time for action before the Jan 6 Electoral College deadline.

    Attorney Leigh Dundas gives a nice synopsis of the meat of the EO here:
    https://cdn.lbryplayer.xyz/api/v3/streams/free/Leigh-Dundas—Executive-order-VOSTFR/800534d5fa39a7c5f10bf19fd005df77afe6a21e/050866

    In light of that, some of Sidney Powell’s statements read a little differently. Maybe the real Kraken’s day hasn’t come ’round yet.

  145. Ma Laoshi says:

    I just have to say I find it so hilarious that, only after Trump lost re-election, he’s suddenly started to scramble, as if for the first time in four years he remembered that there are also some people called voters, and you ought to do something for them once in a while. And yet, Corporate America, Zion, the celebrity generals, even Fox News, can all switch to Team D in a heartbeat, secure in the knowledge that their interests will be served just as well. It was only the deplorables who could’ve potentially been loyal to the Donald, if that bargain had gone both ways. But instead of seeing this reality “Trump only has his base”, Prince Jared counseled “the deplorables can only go with Trump”. So with each of his choices, Trump took his marks for granted while serving Israel and the rich, utterly neglecting his mandate to clean up in Washington.

    Now the chickens come home to roost indeed: election fraud or not, the stable genius is left with preciously few allies in his corner, and is slowly but surely heading for the exits. Why would he deserve a fair election anyway if he doesn’t respect the vote in Venezuela.

  146. Emslander says:
    @GeneralRipper

    Wilson was born in Virginia, not Georgia. And to claim that he was some arch Confederate is absurd to say the least. He was pretty much a scalawag who became President of Princeton for Christ sakes. A Yankee at heart.

    Not that Virginia or Georgia would have made a difference, but Wilson was raised from an early age in Georgia. His first memories were of Southerners cursing Lincoln and calling for secession. He attended southern colleges and, like you, hated blacks.

    Germans opposed the enslavement of the black race to a man, not because of their special love for all races, but because the four million Germans who immigrated to the US between 1830 and 1850 were primarily laborers and dirt farmers. If blacks could be enslaved in the South, Germans could be enslaved in the North.

    Wilson remains the most evil human being ever to have gained political power. He was more evil by half than whatever the Jews think of Hitler.

    • Replies: @GeneralRipper
  147. @anon666

    Sorry to disappoint, court decisions cannot change the reality. Even if every court in the US decides against gravity, stones would keep falling down, not up.

    The reality is that corrupt senile half-corpse Biden “won” the elections in the US exactly like corrupt senile half-corpse Mugabe kept “winning” the elections in Zimbabwe. No court decision can change that.

  148. anon666 says:

    Milwaukee County vote recount gives Biden small boost

    https://apnews.com/article/election-2020-joe-biden-donald-trump-politics-madison-f454c8ffd90651ea7e994c25464b8b0c

    Trump pays 3 million to recount votes and the recount nets additional votes going to biden. Poetic justice. 🙂

  149. Max Parry says: • Website
    @Amber Dekstris

    Not really, when you consider the post-Soviet Color Revolutions he has funded were primarily against the Eastern European and Central Asian countries which rejected the EU wanting to privatize what was left of the state-run property. For example, Yanukovych in 2014 turned down an austerity package and EU entry before the Maidan.

  150. anon666 says:

    redmudhooch says:
    November 28, 2020 at 4:51 am GMT

    I fully agree with your assessment of trump in that comment. Trump was a phony from the beginning and I think all his current tantrums about losing the election is a continuation of this theater, in order to keep his base of zombiefied knuckledraggers all jazzed up.

  151. anon666 says:

    AnonFromTN says:
    November 28, 2020 at 3:03 pm GMT

    “@anon666

    Sorry to disappoint, court decisions cannot change the reality.”

    Wishing something were true does not make it true. Most people gradually come to grips with that fact after leaving childhood. But many do not.

    • Replies: @AnonFromTN
    , @AnonFromTN
  152. @Tom Rogers

    If it is true that a coup was in motion against Trump before he even formally took office, then why didn’t he take effective action? For instance, why didn’t he have the people involved arrested and interned at Fort Leavenworth on the afternoon he took office?

    ==

    Mr. Rogers, you speak too much common sense here that might scare the exceptional American goy. However, this comment over at Off Guardian raises some eyebrows, me thinks, and might provide some clues to your questions: 🤔👀

    All the evidence points to it, without question. His family ties go back to his uncle and father working closely with the military, Trump working with Wilbur Ross, Rothschild, and the Jewish mafia of Resorts International for more than 30 years. The executive order and laws he passed as soon as he got into office and the fact that Russiagate was a ruse he knew all about before it even was put into operation. It’s obvious that he is in on the entire operation. He has taken no action whatsoever to counter any of the globalist maneuvers.

    He’s now promoting the vaccines. He is an actor. A Reality TV show actor. He is a Freemason who had a show called the Apprentice. Do you know what an Apprentice is in Freemasonry? Or what MAGA means in the Satanic Church?

    If people want to believe the Kabuki theater of politics then that’s their prerogative, but it couldn’t be more obvious the whole idea of voting is to gain compliance and acquiescence for agendas that are already underway and are long term 50 year plans, that have nothing to do with public welfare or political parties vying for power.

    Politics is a third rate dog and pony show. Less conceiving than Wrestlemania.

    source: https://off-guardian.org/2020/11/26/us-election-a-color-revolution-comes-home-to-roost/#comment-281209

    And this was linked in the following comment:

    Are Trump’s followers getting PLAYED??

  153. @Emslander

    Germans opposed the enslavement of the black race to a man, not because of their special love for all races, but because the four million Germans who immigrated to the US between 1830 and 1850 were primarily laborers and dirt farmers. If blacks could be enslaved in the South, Germans could be enslaved in the North.

    I’ve got news for you, immigrant laborers in the North were pretty much “slaves” in every way but name only.

    Being worked in factories and coal mines for pennies a day under filthy, hazardous conditions, many being paid in script and forced to buy from the company store etc… When their bodies broke down they were tossed out the door.

    There’s a good reason the JP Morgan types up there liked to call it “free white labor”, it was damn near FREE…lol

    At least the Southern slaveholders had the decency to manumit their slaves and give them a parcel of land when they became infirm or too old to work.

    Of course your German immigrants were also useful as cannon fodder for Mr Lincoln’s war. Unless they could cough up 300 bucks.

    Those German immigrants you mention were mostly a bunch of Commies looking for free shit that they hadn’t even earned yet.

    These German immigrants were different, socially, religiously, and politically from those who had come before. Colonial German immigrants and those prior to 1848 were mainly farmers, a mixture of Lutherans and various small sects, all of whom were pious Christians. Most became Democrats. In America, they settled in Pennsylvania, then began to filter down the Great Wagon Road to places in the South such as Salem (now Winston-Salem), North Carolina. These Germans were hard-working and of sturdy stock, though considered somewhat dull and plodding.

    Forty-eighters, on the other hand, came to America for its socialist promise, such as that of free land as was represented by the Homestead movement. Most settled in cities, however. They were rootless, with no particular attraction for a homeland. As Marx said, “the proletarian knows no fatherland.” These Germans coming after 1848 were more urban, more educated, less willing to work and more apt to look to the welfare state. They tended to be irreligious, even atheistic.

    https://codoh.com/library/document/the-lincoln-putsch-americas-bolshevik-revolution/en/

    One of main reasons why the Yankees loved ol’ Woodrow and made him President of Princeton and Governor of New Joisey, was because he kept those niggers out of their Ivy League schools and properly segregated.

    More hypocrites up there per square mile than anywhere else in the US.

    I hope all those Germans and Swedes up in Wisconsin, Minnesota and Michigan are happy with their “black brothers” as well as the all powerful Federal Government they fought for.

    I’d say a good portion would like a do over at this point, wouldn’t you?

    • Replies: @Emslander
  154. Emslander says:
    @GeneralRipper

    Whew! My great great grandfather got to Illinois in 1846. Pretty sure he was never on welfare. Not sure you’d want to say some of those things about the Germans to my face, though.

    • Replies: @GeneralRipper
  155. Malla says:
    @Alden

    Mr. Elijah was Hawaiian. His parents were probably Portuguese immigrants. He was a conman, like so many who set up non profit do gooder operations

    Yeah, he looked Asiatic. Not much is know about his past. Some say he was a Maori from NZ.
    But anyways even if NOI behaved as a cult (there are freakin millions of cults, India is rife with slimeball Hindu cultists and Swamis), the NOI did give a good alternative to black people from Cultural Marxist cultural destruction as well instilled some discipline in them, which is what Black people need the most.

    • Replies: @Ron Unz
  156. Ron Unz says:
    @Malla

    Mr. Elijah was Hawaiian. His parents were probably Portuguese immigrants. He was a conman, like so many who set up non profit do gooder operations

    Yeah, he looked Asiatic. Not much is know about his past. Some say he was a Maori from NZ.

    Actually, I think you’re both mistaken. You’re probably confusing Elijah Muhammad, the longtime leader of the Nation of Islam, with his predecessor, Wallace Fard, who actually founded the movement in the 1930s and whose personal origins are obscure. It’s not at all clear that the latter was black, and there have been all sorts of different theories about his background.

    • Replies: @Malla
  157. @Emslander

    Whew! My great great grandfather got to Illinois in 1846. Pretty sure he was never on welfare. Not sure you’d want to say some of those things about the Germans to my face, though.

    I’m sorry if you find many of the facts contained in the article about your German ancestors distasteful, and that they ended up fighting for a lousy cause. Such is life. Shit happens.

    I’d be happy to say the exact same thing to your face anytime.

    Folks like you and Reg Caesar are one of the reasons I tend to snicker with a little schadenfreude when your once lily white Northern and Midwestern cities and towns are looted and burned, and your monuments torn down and defaced by Commie whiggers and niggers.

    We’re all “Confederates” now, my man…lol

    Enjoy! 😉

    • Replies: @Emslander
  158. Malla says:
    @Ron Unz

    Thank you for the Correction.

  159. Emslander says:
    @GeneralRipper

    I’d be happy to say the exact same thing to your face anytime.

    Not for long, you wouldn’t.

  160. @Emslander

    Not for long, you wouldn’t.

    LOL…Ok

    Settle down there, Max Schmeling. There’s only about three turds on this site I’d travel to in order to inflict bodily harm on, and you’re not one of them. As a matter of fact, I generally agree with most of what you have to say.

    I’m afraid that does not change the facts pertaining to a majority of the German immigrants who came here known as 48’ers.

    Of course, the children of the Puritan Fathers were dabbling in that Commie shit even before your people arrived, so it’s not entirely their fault.

    Utopian socialism was the first American socialist movement. Utopians attempted to develop model socialist societies to demonstrate the virtues of their brand of beliefs. Most utopian socialist ideas originated in Europe, but the United States was most often the site for the experiments themselves. Many utopian experiments occurred in the 19th century as part of this movement, including Brook Farm, the New Harmony, the Shakers, the Amana Colonies, the Oneida Community, The Icarians, Bishop Hill Commune, Aurora, Oregon and Bethel, Missouri.

    All of their attempts failed miserably, just as they will in the future, because this crap runs contrary to human nature.

    Then came the next bunch to try.

    German Marxist immigrants who arrived in the United States after the 1848 revolutions in Europe brought socialist ideas with them.[28] Joseph Weydemeyer, a German colleague of Karl Marx who sought refuge in New York in 1851 following the 1848 revolutions, established the first Marxist journal in the United States, Die Revolution, but It folded after two issues. In 1852, he established the Proletarierbund, which would become the American Workers’ League, the first Marxist organization in the United States, but it too proved short-lived, having failed to attract a native English-speaking membership.

    A larger wave of German immigrants followed in the 1870s and 1880s, including social democratic followers of Ferdinand Lasalle. Lasalle regarded state aid through political action as the road to revolution and opposed trade unionism, which he saw as futile, believing that according to the iron law of wages employers would only pay subsistence wages. The Lasalleans formed the Social Democratic Party of North America in 1874 and both Marxists and Lasalleans formed the Workingmen’s Party of the United States in 1876. When the Lasalleans gained control in 1877, they changed the name to the Socialist Labor Party of America (SLP)

    The Socialist Labor Party (SLP) was officially founded in 1876 at a convention in Newark, New Jersey. The party was made up overwhelmingly of German immigrants, who had brought Marxist ideals with them to North America. So strong was the heritage that the official party language was German for the first three years.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_socialist_movement_in_the_United_States

    Don’t shoot the messenger, bud. That’s just the way it is.

    I’m not saying these people were all lazy and entirely evil. But they were definitely wrong-headed, just like Mr Lincoln and his bunch.

    Glad our boys shot that sumbitch, btw.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  161. @anon666

    Wishing something were true does not make it true. Most people gradually come to grips with that fact after leaving childhood. But many do not.

    You apparently did not. My condolences.

  162. Druid says:
    @Corvinus

    Just so you know, I DO NOT read your posts! Idiot!

    • Agree: Genrick Yagoda
    • Replies: @Corvinus
  163. Corvinus says:
    @Druid

    It’s up to you to remain ignorant.

  164. Cato says:

    Nice article, in fact great article! But, in the spirit of continuous improvement (surely this slogan exists in the workplace of journalists as well as in factories and academia), I would like to offer this constructive criticism, on a point that no one else might opine upon:

    African-American Muslim leader” — No, Nation of Islam is not Muslim. There are all kinds of people who are Muslim — from Salafists to the so-called “seculars” of the Balkans and Turkey. But to think that your own cult leader supersedes Muhammad — that is not Islam. The Bahais, for example, do not claim to be Muslim, because they know that proclaiming Baháʼu’lláh as a prophet is the unforgivable act that pushes them outside the Ummah. Nation of Islam is just too stupid to understand this.

    • Agree: Druid
  165. @anon666

    Just in case you are a real person, not a paid troll. Think about a simple thing: if Alzheimer-in-Chief starts WWIII, everything you presumably care about becomes totally irrelevant.

  166. Druid says:
    @Emslander

    Please stop with the tough guy act in a comment section. Makes you sound stupid!

    • Replies: @Emslander
  167. anon666 says:

    Pennsylvania high court throws out challenge to mail-in ballots

    https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/2020-election/pennsylvania-high-court-throws-out-challenge-mail-ballots-n1249240

    “The state Supreme Court unanimously wiped out a lower court order that had blocked state officials from doing anything further to carry out this week’s certification of the election results.

    The court criticized plaintiffs for filing the suit more than a year after universal mail-in voting was established in the state and said they lacked “due diligence.”

    The suit is one of more than 26 pro-Trump election challenges dismissed by courts in Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, Arizona, Nevada, Georgia and elsewhere.

    The president has claimed his loss is the result of widespread fraud but so far not a single court, including some headed by Trump appointees, have agreed.”

    Looks like netanyahoo’s american color revolution has fizzled.

  168. anon666 says:

    “if Alzheimer-in-Chief starts WWIII”

    While netanyahoo’s minions repeat their mantra of “biden=ww3”, netanyahoo’s most loyal colonials are doing their best to support israeli war crimes which could very well lead to ww3.

    Was a “Bomb for Iran” Set in the Middle East at Israel’s Request?

    https://journal-neo.org/2020/11/26/was-a-bomb-for-iran-set-in-the-middle-east-at-israel-s-request/

    “The possible initiation by Donald Trump, toward the end of his term, of open or covert operations against Iran, or other adversaries located in the Middle East (then again, just like those in other regions of the world), is unfortunately turning into more of a reality.

    It is no secret to anyone that Israel is the “calling the shots” in whipping up the situation with respect to Iran. That is why it comes as no surprise that it was precisely the topic of opposing Iran that was the main one featured during M. Pompeo’s recent visit to Israel (incidentally, as in other countries on his last “foreign tour”). Before leaving Israel on November 21, Mike Pompeo bluntly stated to the The Jerusalem Post that “to keep Iran’s nuclear ambitions in check, all options are still on the table for the current White House administration”.

    Under these conditions, the fact that on November 21 the United States redeployed several B-52H Stratofortress strategic bombers from Minot Air Force Base in North Dakota to the Middle East is something that is noteworthy. The US military has already stated that the purpose for delivering the B-52 strategic bombers was “to contain aggression and to affirm support for US partners and allies”. It will not be superfluous to recall how the last time strategic air forces were redeployed from the United States to the Middle East was at the beginning of this year, after Iranian General Qasem Soleimani was assassinated, and the Iranian retaliatory attack on US bases in Iraq.

    Taking into account what is mentioned above, and the fact that Israel is considered the main regional partner for the United States – and Iran is the main potential enemy – it is not difficult to guess what the true potential objective is for transferring these B-52 bombers.”

    Claiming someone else is doing, or might do, what one has done, is doing or planning to do is what israelis/americans do. All this noise by netanyahoo’s minions about biden starting ww3 is misdirection to conceal israel’s very real war goals that have been pursued, and are being pursued, by netanyahoo’s boy trump.

    • Replies: @Anon
  169. Emslander says:
    @Druid

    I agree. I’m only drawn to when inflicted with excessive insult to my family.

    Now, does the immediate attribution to Jews of every worldly ill not raise the same concern for intelligent commentary?

    • Replies: @Druid55
  170. Anon[726] • Disclaimer says:
    @anon666

    There was an in incident involving the flying of Nucleared armed missile on B 2 bombers from US airbase for 1000 of miles before being detected in I think 2006 Soon people ( guards at the base pilot ) started dying , meeting death in accidents or suicide once it was exposed
    It was covered by The American Conservative
    magazine

    There is was speculation that Cheney was up to something possibly against Iran .

  171. AKINDLE says:

    Isn’t it interesting that Trump only scrambled for his base after he lost? Who wants to vote for some pseudo Jewish slumlord that promotes and hangs out with black rappers? Trump had four years to do something about election fraud. Didn’t do a thing. Trump lost because the smart white people figured out what a blowhard obnoxious empty suit he truly is. At least the media now will have plenty of stories about how Trump is “fighting” for his election and the little man. Whites stayed home because Trump is a total loser joke.

  172. Hibernian says:

    monikered after the noticeable shade Mrs. Clinton chose to don in her concession speech as a combination of blue and red intended to symbolize bipartisan opposition to Trump.

    Perhaps she wore purple because she thinks of herself as royalty.

  173. Hibernian says:
    @Tom Rogers

    Congressional confirmation is usually a formality.

    Those days are long gone.

    • Replies: @Tom Rogers
  174. Hibernian says:
    @Malla

    I think he was starting to go soft on white people, a little bit, anyway. Not to say it was necessarily the primary reason.

  175. anon666 says:

    Drop this in the “gotta laugh box”

    Bolsonaro Says Has Own Sources of Info That There Was ‘a Lot of Fraud’ During US election

    https://sputniknews.com/world/202011301081312733-bolsonaro-says-has-own-sources-of-info-that-there-was-a-lot-of-fraud-during-us-election/

    I’m sure the israeli quisling does have “his own sources”, the same sources who had him call Jerusalem as israel’s capital, right after zio-quisling trump did so.

    This nonsense is about as pathetic as it gets.

    • Replies: @AnonFromTN
  176. @Anonymous

    Thanks – but my points stand. The fact that it is difficult is not an excuse for Trump. I appreciate that changing the mission of government and making it work is going to be very difficult, and will take more than one term – maybe more than one presidency, even more than one generation – but he still could have done more. And there are things he emphasised and directions he took that he needn’t have done. And it’s not just that. It’s also that, really, Trump did nothing. And that’s after boasting throughout the 2015/16 campaign about what he would do and how “successful” he is, during which he insulted lots of people. [One criticism of Trump from the Left and his GOP opponents that I always agreed with is that his manner and attitude are not ‘presidential’. Insulting and badmouthing your opponents is not mature and not the behaviour expected from a potential president].

    For me, the Trump presidency is summed up in the fact that his last ‘conservative’ appointment to the Supreme Court is a white woman who has adopted black children. I couldn’t have summed the situation up better if I’d tried.

    Aren’t there any white Anglo-Saxon male federal appellate jurists, state supreme judges, or even academic lawyers, of a conservative, anti-immigration, pro-American judicial bent that he could have appointed? There must be at least dozens of capable candidates to choose from who meet this criteria or come close to it. What is Trump’s excuse, please? (As a benchmark, the Bush II appointee, John Roberts, the existing Chief Justice, does not meet the criteria: he is a Catholic neo-conservative of mixed-white heritage).

    The icing on the cake will be if the Trump and Powell litigation turns out to be baseless legally and constitutionally. That damp squib would be a fitting end to four cruel years of Alpha blow-hard bluster.

    Even better would be if it turns out that they really do have a case! Imagine a second term of Trump with him strutting around bloviating about Democratic cheats and Chinese spies, as if he and the Republicans are innocent Snow Whites who’ve stumbled on a pack of nasty dwarves. Still, even in those circumstances, nothing meaningful will happen.

    Trump is America’s Reality President™.

  177. @Hibernian

    It depends who the President is.

  178. anon666 says:

    AnonFromTN says:
    November 30, 2020 at 1:25 am GMT

    LOL, mccullough’s nonsense, which that propaganda piece is based upon, has already been thrown out. See:

    Pennsylvania high court throws out challenge to mail-in ballots

    https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/2020-election/pennsylvania-high-court-throws-out-challenge-mail-ballots-n1249240

    You lot are pathetic. 😀

    • Replies: @AnonFromTN
  179. @anon666

    Last time I checked, Nov 3 elections were for the President of the US, not the President of PA. Thus, PA SC has zero authority. Not to mention that it demonstrated clear dereliction of duty, as PA constitution was violated. Fraudsters are in a tough spot, baby.

  180. Druid55 says:
    @Emslander

    There’s tons of evidence for it!

  181. anon666 says:

    “Thus, PA SC has zero authority.”

    Whatever credibility you may have thought you had… It’s gone now, guardianista. 😀

    • Replies: @AnonFromTN
  182. Corvinus says:
    @Anonymous

    “Corvinus is one of the leading practitioners of pilpul on this forum“

    How odd for you to call offering a position based on evidence and reasoning “pilpul”.

    • Troll: GeneralRipper
  183. Corvinus says:
    @GeneralRipper

    “There’s only about three turds on this site I’d travel to in order to inflict bodily harm on, and you’re not one of them.“

    All talk per usual. You’re not going to risk going to jail, St. Brevik wannabe.

    • Troll: GeneralRipper
    • Replies: @GeneralRipper
  184. @anon666

    Simple truth: by approving of election fraud you approve of disregarding your vote, as well. Serves you right.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
    , @Corvinus
  185. @Corvinus

    All talk per usual. You’re not going to risk going to jail, St. Brevik wannabe.

    For you, I most certainly would. Anyway, the lockup isn’t so bad, these days. I’ve been there several times in the past. Once for three months and another for a year.

    Consider it an open invitation, Corvie.

    Let me know when you’d like to get together. I’ll come to you.

  186. Corvinus says:
    @AnonFromTN

    Assuming there was large-scale election fraud. Remember, accusations are not evidence.

    • Replies: @GeneralRipper
    , @AnonFromTN
  187. annamaria says:

    A moral rot of the ZUSA is accompanied by a stench emanating from the ‘eternal victims’ of holobiz variety: https://national-justice.com/current-events/opinion-gangsters-without-code “Gangsters Without A Code”

    Unlike Steve Mnuchin, Al Capone had an honor code that prohibited torturing little kids with cancer to death.

    But under the US Treasury Department’s “maximum sanctions” program, international medical companies risk American reprisals if they sell to Iran. The end result is a manufactured humanitarian crisis where children in need of cancer treatments are dying “in droves.”

    The goal of this cruelty is to deal a psychological blow. The Iranians don’t have nuclear weapons, their crime is effectively resisting Israeli aggression in their region.

    Where are the thousands of Jewish organizations in the USA to stop the murders (and mass slaughters) conducted in the name of Eretz Israel? American Jews continue whining and squealing on holobiz themes while having not a jota of understanding of the horrific picture that the Jewish community at large has created of itself.
    The Jewish State is a murderous terrorist entity run by supremacist psychopaths who rely on predatory and parasitic use of the US/UK resources. The US/UK Jewish Fifth Column is bothered not by any moral considerations. The Fifth Column is made of the enablers and promoters of the crimes against humanity in the Middle East.

    • Agree: Druid55
  188. @Corvinus

    There is a lot of evidence, but here is just one vignette. The data show that senile half-corpse (slightly damaged now, but nothing a skilled undertaker cannot fix) got more votes than Obama exclusively in swing states. He got fewer votes than Obama everywhere else, from blue to the point of insanity San Francisco to red to the point of insanity rural TN. How probable is that without fraud? I tell you: slightly more probable than the fly going right through the windowpane. Too bad the Universe isn’t old enough for either of these events to happen.

    • Replies: @Amber Dekstris
    , @Corvinus
  189. @AnonFromTN

    I see stats like this a lot recently but what are the trends? What were the corresponding numbers in 2016? 2012? 2008? 2004? I’m a foreigner so I have no idea what these numbers might be nor how to obtain them. If the previous cycles are similar to each other yet significantly different to 2020 then that would carry more weight in court in terms of establishing an anomaly.

    • Replies: @AnonFromTN
  190. @Amber Dekstris

    that would carry more weight in court
    No evidence would carry any weight in American court: you cannot obtain evidence without investigation, and fraudsters are rightly trying to prevent investigations, as any investigation would uncover the truth.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  191. Corvinus says:
    @AnonFromTN

    “The data show that senile half-corpse (slightly damaged now, but nothing a skilled undertaker cannot fix) got more votes than Obama exclusively in swing states. He got fewer votes than Obama everywhere else, from blue to the point of insanity San Francisco to red to the point of insanity rural TN. How probable is that without fraud”

    Extremely probable that the fraud you described did not happen. More eligible voters there. More citizens who voted in this election and not 2016 there. More voters who opposed Trump there. More voters who died who had voted for Trump there.

    Meanwhile…

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/2020/12/01/swing-state-counties-that-used-dominion-voting-machines-mostly-voted-trump/

    A review of 10 key states (Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin) finds that Dominion systems were used in 351 of 731 counties. Trump won 283 of those counties, 81 percent of the total. He won 79 percent of the counties that didn’t use Dominion systems. In counties that used Dominion systems, Biden got 888,259 votes to Trump’s 851,069. In counties that didn’t use Dominion systems, Biden got 1.54 million votes to Trump’s 1.52 million. In other words, if you eliminated every county that used Dominion systems, Biden still got more votes. Biden won Dominion-using counties by about two points overall compared with his 0.5-point margin in non-Dominion counties…The idea that Trump only lost, say, Pennsylvania, because of Dominion voting systems has to reconcile with the fact that Trump actually won more votes in counties that used Dominion systems (beating Biden by about 74,000 votes in those counties) but lost the state because he was beaten by 154,000 votes in non-Dominion counties. That same pattern holds in Wisconsin as well.

  192. Corvinus says:
    @AnonFromTN

    “and fraudsters are rightly trying to prevent investigations, as any investigation would uncover the truth.”

    More like that there have been investigations that did not end up with your preferred result. Thus, you erroneously claim that the “truth” is being covered up.

  193. Corvinus says:
    @AnonFromTN

    Simple fact: by ignoring that widespread election fraud has not been proven according to a Trump ally, you approve of continuing a fishing expedition at our nation’s peril. Serves you wrong.

    https://apnews.com/article/election-2020-joe-biden-donald-trump-elections-william-barr-b1f1488796c9a98c4b1a9061a6c7f49d?utm_source=Twitter&utm_campaign=SocialFlow&utm_medium=AP

  194. @Corvinus

    As I knew all along and as was proven just yesterday, BARR is the proverbial “N” in the woodpile. Trump was never his own man in the choice of cabinet members, some of whom he has managed to sack in recent months, such as the horrible warmonger Bolton. Others, like the egregious “Christian” Zionist Pomposity, have remained in office, as has the perpetual Deep $tate agent Barr.

    Probability factoring is that Trump was presented with the JFK scenario if certain individuals were not granted positions of power within the administration. It is altogether likely that his own son-in-law Kushner was the one calling the shots on these appointments.

    Barr’s position is totally fraudulent and Trump should have defrocked the bass-turd toute de suite. But far more powerful voices prevailed. The entire Department of “Justice” is corrupted and has been so at least since when they were informed by the ruling CIA that they dast not touch their nice little Nicaraguan Contras who were smuggling TONS of cocaine into South LA to be cooked down into crack. “Justice” is beyond oxymoronic. It is an insult to the entire concept of justice.

    Corvinus: You are either a misinformed schmuck or an agent of disinformation. Which is it?

  195. @Anonymous

    If you are a revolutionary, you can make much greater changes. Managers can implement basic functioning and clerks can be replaced or coerced.

    Interesting post, but the inner workings of .gov have gotten much more complex in the “computer age”.

    Information is power, and those in the bureaucracy (whether managers or “clerks”) who have the information have the power.

    The organization chart of any .gov organization is worse than useless–it hides where the key people are.

    One reason lobbyists are paid big bucks is that part of their job is to figure out where the real power is–so they can bribe the correct people. The only way they can do this is by talking to lots of folks in the bureaucracy until they find someone who can talk intelligently about whatever subject is being addressed.

    Once the “connection” is made, the kleptocracy can proceed smoothly.

    An outside “revolutionary” would have to totally dismantle an agency to break the cycle–moving around or removing a few managers would be a hit or miss exercise.

    • Replies: @Majority of One
  196. @Majority of One

    The corruption runs so deep. Where do you turn when you can’t trust anyone?

    And what’s up with Durham? Barr makes him special counsel to extend the Russia Hoax “investigation.” Yet Barr passes on the obvious Vote Hoax. I don’t get it.

  197. Corvinus says:
    @Majority of One

    “As I knew all along and as was proven just yesterday, BARR is the proverbial “N” in the woodpile.”

    I’m not a fan of Barr, but even he realizes the proof is simply not there to support the allegations of widespread fraud.

    “Trump was never his own man in the choice of cabinet members, some of whom he has managed to sack in recent months, such as the horrible warmonger Bolton.”

    LOL. Of course Trump has been his “own man”! He chose Bolton, who didn’t do his personal bidding. The result? He fired him. But that’s Trump’s m.o. Amazing how you conveniently downplay or outright dismiss Trump’s failings.

    “Others, like the egregious “Christian” Zionist Pomposity, have remained in office, as has the perpetual Deep $tate agent Barr”.

    You mean anyone who you personally disagree with is associated with the Deep State. In that way, you do not have to critically think. It’s as if you are programmed.

    “Probability factoring is that Trump was presented with the JFK scenario if certain individuals were not granted positions of power within the administration. It is altogether likely that his own son-in-law Kushner was the one calling the shots on these appointments.”

    You are totally guessing here. Besides, if Trump was given this ultimatum, and he caved in to these demands, then he is a cuck. So much for draining the swamp if he isn’t even willing to pay the ultimate price.

    “Barr’s position is totally fraudulent…”

    To the contrary, his position is legitimate, as he was selected by Trump.

    “But far more powerful voices prevailed”.

    So Trump is not the type of leader you thought he was.

    “Corvinus: You are either a misinformed schmuck or an agent of disinformation. Which is it?”

    Thanks for the projection.

    • Disagree: Justvisiting
  198. The Trump who spoke often of draining the swamp would never have chosen the above named Deep $tate operatives. Get over it, man, I’m not some Maga type–“not the kind of leader you thought he was.” All I knew for sure was that he represented a comparative breath of fresh air after all the utterly horrible presidents we have been presented with since 1980…and the even worse ones who took over between 1963 and ’76.

    This is a nation occupied by the enemies of humanity who work behind the scenes to maintain their rackets.

    “Not willing to pay the price”. Are you so willing to take three shots to the head by CIA contract killers?

    “Personally disagree with” Pomposity for chrissakes. What kinda two-bit argument is that? The bass-turd is CIA all the way…an enemy of humanity.

    Bolton, the schmuck who never met a pro-Zionist war he didn’t like was imposed on Trump. No way the guy could have chosen a scorpion to lie at the foot of his bed.

    Someone so misinformed as you has no business trolling around UR. Or maybe you are being compensated for the disinformation.

    • Replies: @Max Parry
    , @Corvinus
  199. @Justvisiting

    “…totally dismantle an agency to break the cycle…” Sidney Powell suggests Clorox and a garden hose to use on the FBI and the DOJ. That’s putting it mildly.

  200. Max Parry says: • Website
    @Majority of One

    Maybe he keeps his friends close but his enemies closer.

  201. annamaria says:

    After the Kagan (Maidan) revolution, Ukraine has become the poorest state in Europe. Currently, there are NATO military bases under construction in Ukraine. https://thesaker.is/chicken-kiev-meets-cold-turkey-black-sea-axis-emerges/
    The US and UK Have Started Building NATO Naval Bases in Ukraine: https://www.stalkerzone.org/the-us-and-uk-have-started-building-nato-naval-bases-in-ukraine/

    … Ukrainian “law enforcement” immediately began to fuss in the wake of the Americans. The SBU [Security Service of Ukraine] and the Interior Ministry immediately discovered and significantly covered up drug trafficking in the port worth tens of millions of dollars. I.e., for the sake of “foreign partners”, the most abundant cash flows that fed the SBU and the Ministry of Internal Affairs in the region were covered up. Moreover, the investigators of the National Anti-corruption Bureau of Ukraine have already found violations in tenders for more than 48 million hryvnias in the port. The port is clearly being cleared of business for subsequent transfer to the American.

    As for Ochakov [a port on the Black Sea], 30 British soldiers examined not only the port itself, but also the surrounding area, including the airport and the Black Sea shipyard. The British plan to create a fully-fledged military base here. …

    The military base in Ochakov will create a whole department for the information fight against Russian influence, which will be supervised by the Americans and the British. This department will be launched in 2021 and will be fully funded by western partners. …

    However, the Constitution of Ukraine prohibits foreign bases on its territory. But so what? In order not to conflict with the basic law, the bases will be called Ukrainian. In fact, these will be fully-fledged NATO bases. Where the Ukrainian military will clearly be shown their place. Somewhere on the outer perimeter. … In other words, the so-called military cooperation between Ukraine and NATO countries is moving to a new level right before our eyes.

    • Replies: @AnonFromTN
  202. @annamaria

    However, the Constitution of Ukraine prohibits foreign bases on its territory. But so what?

    So what is exactly right. 2014 coup was also unconstitutional, so what?

  203. @Corvinus

    you approve of continuing a fishing expedition at our nation’s peril.

    This coming from the lowest vile sack of Leftist ratshit who still pretends that the “Russian collusion” fairytale coup attempt was legit.

    You need that dirtiness slowly tortured out of you, Corviegirl.

    Your kind should be tortured and then imprisoned. Then allowed to heal/recuperate. And then tortured again on the same day every month. This should be done for years, until you are nothing but a quivering lump of flesh begging for death.

    Then you should be unceremoniously tossed into a fetid cesspool and left to drown and decompose there.

    You deserve all the hate coming your way. You and your children.

  204. Corvinus says:
    @Majority of One

    “The Trump who spoke often of draining the swamp would never have chosen the above named Deep $tate operatives.”

    Assuming they are part of the Deep State. Regardless, the fact of the matter is that Trump selected them to be part of his cabinet. No one held a gun to his head. No one threatened him with assassination. That is part of your wild imagination.

    “All I knew for sure was that he represented a comparative breath of fresh air after all the utterly horrible presidents we have been presented with since 1980…and the even worse ones who took over between 1963 and ’76.”

    Management appreciates your opinion.

    “This is a nation occupied by the enemies of humanity who work behind the scenes to maintain their rackets.”

    Assuming this to be true, what are you doing about it other than lamenting on a blog?

    “Are you so willing to take three shots to the head by CIA contract killers?”

    Assuming that Trump was beholden to make decisions on their behalf. But, yes, if Trump was this patriot is so dedicated to his cause as you claim, he ought to make the sacrifice.

    “Personally disagree with” Pomposity for chrissakes.”

    No, fact. Anything that interrupts your narrative, you simply dismiss and label as “Deep State”. You have been programmed that way.

    “Bolton, the schmuck who never met a pro-Zionist war he didn’t like was imposed on Trump.”

    Nope. Trump chose him.

    “Someone so misinformed as you has no business trolling around UR. Or maybe you are being compensated for the disinformation.”

    Do you ever tire of projection?

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