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It is given to few countries to face a future without any bright sides. Those that have done so in the past, have usually confronted overwhelming external challenges, perhaps compounded by internal difficulties. In the case of the United States today, that is not the case. To be sure, there are external challenges with both allies and competitors. But in a very real sense, America today – like so many Western countries – is its own worst enemy, and it may well portend the death of our Constitutional order if not the country itself.

The general election of 2020 will be the stuff of argument and analysis for many years to come, here and abroad. Suffice to say here that a panicky over-reaction to the onset of the COVID-19 virus produced economic hardship and social disorder, compounded by months of riots, looting and arson afflicting hundreds of cities (almost all Democrat-governed) beginning in late May 2020. All of this set the stage for an election won overwhelmingly on November 3rd by President Donald Trump and lost by him in the following weeks to his Democrat opponent. Joseph Biden, as dumps of hundreds of thousands of mail-in ballots appeared in dubious circumstances amidst widespread allegations of fraud and lawsuits challenging the outcome.

The Paths to Dystopia

At this point, only an anarchist or a radical (both of which seem to abound in the modern Democrat party) believing that from chaos arises their utopia would view the future with a sense of satisfaction. I am neither, and while I am not inherently a pessimist, I simply see no way forward that does not present one form or another of disaster – a true dystopia, differing only in type and degree of violence.

What I can say at this point is that the Democrat strategy led them to a victory of sorts in the aftermath of the general election, and set the stage for the dystopias likely to emerge. That strategy had three elements: First, they had deeply flawed presidential and vice presidential candidates – the former in at best questionable mental health with a great deal of family baggage, the latter so weak as a presidential contender she dropped out of the race after the second debate and before the first Democrat primary in Iowa. Their public exposure therefore needed to be limited, especially that of Biden, who simply had to be kept out of the public eye as much as possible.

Second, the Democrats had “on call” large numbers of left-wing and/or paid Antifa and BLM (Black Lives Matter) “streeties” (street fighters) with a demonstrated proclivity for violence and a willingness to use the tools of rioting, looting, arson and intimidation for months on end. These people added to the disruption already caused by the over-reaction to the onset of COVID-19, doing their worst with little or no resistance from Democrat mayors and governors whose cities they looted and burned – and often with the implicit or explicit approval of those officials. The hesitation and unwillingness of the President to do what these mayors and governors would not, and restore order, only emboldened these streeties.

And third, the Democrats had on their side a mainstream and social media that was all but united in its opposition to President Trump, and had been since at least 2016. For all intents and purposes, these platforms functioned as a propaganda arm of the Democrat National Committee (DNC). The DNC knew that no matter how much their candidate fumbled around, the media would conceal it from the American public, and no matter what Trump did well, to the American people he would be condemned. The media – especially the social media platforms – could be depended on to censor anyone raising differing views critical of Biden or the Democrats, and they did just that. And when widespread and visible election fraud occurred in numerous states in the immediate aftermath of the general election, the media mimicked the three monkeys who neither saw nor heard nor especially said anything about it.

The Dystopias Ahead

It seems to me that navigating the waters between Scylla and Charybdis would be child’s play compared to managing the limited array of dystopias awaiting the American people as we edge toward 2021. There is simply no longer any safe passage, nor any safe outcome, and there is no point in deluding ourselves into thinking otherwise.

The first of the four possible dystopias I envision is I’ll call the “cancel culture” dystopia, because that is what its dominant theme will be. It is also the one with the least overt violence: Biden and Harris are inaugurated on January 20, 2021 (although how long Biden will be kept in place is very much an open question). Disgruntled Trump supporters grumble, but do no more, nor is there any reason to expect more from them. For years they have let Leftists do great damage to our society, with nothing more than brief protests – and few enough of them. For months this year, they let Antifa and BLM mobs ruin cities, intimidate and even kill citizens – and while they rallied against them and for Trump, they did not lift a finger to stop them.

This dystopia will see the whole “woke/social justice” agenda pursued with active Federal support and intervention. Mandated diversity will be the order of the day, offending statues or names or books will be removed, and the America that was will not be, culturally, morally or politically. And the enfranchisement of illegal aliens now in the United States, coupled with the end of immigration control (ICE), will bring a large voting bloc into the Democrat camp – making us for all practical purposes a one-party state at the national level. There’ll likely be sporadic resistance at some point, but with the armed forces and intelligence agencies at the administration’s beck and call – trust them to put people in charge who WILL do their bidding – not much will come of them. The American experiment will be over.

The second alternative is the “civil war” dystopia. In this scenario, after weeks of Biden proclaiming and being proclaimed President-elect, the 2020 general election is flipped and Trump is declared the winner – as in fact he was and should be, absent mountains of Democrat-run fraud. It does not matter how this comes to pass: a SCOTUS ruling discarding some or all mail-in ballots, state legislatures de-certifying pro-Biden electors and certifying pro-Trump electors giving Trump a majority in the Electoral College, a vote in the House of Representatives certifying Trump as President and in the Senate certifying Pence as Vice President, whatever – no matter how it happens, Trump is in, Biden is out, and the Left will go absolutely berserk. Indeed, the difference between the likely behavior of disappointed Trump partisans and disappointed Biden partisans is proof positive that the Democrats should never again be trusted with national (or other) power.

This is a bloody future, make no mistake about it, and I can understand why 7 members of the SCOTUS – including all three of Trump’s appointees – shied away from hearing the Texas lawsuit which might well have led to it. Its beginning would make the orgy of rioting, looting, arson and general mayhem from late May 2020 on seem like a garden party. However reluctant conservatives generally might be to take up their weapons and fight, they would have no choice but to do that for their own survival and that of their families. The states would split, and not along obvious geographical lines: the bluest of blue states has conservative sections, and most red states have large urban areas with black majorities that are Democrat strongholds. How Asians and Hispanics would split is anyone’s guess.

Add to this the reality that the military will split politically if not racially: The POTUS can Federalize the National Guard but the National Guard in disaffected states like Oregon and Washington may not all obey. Navies and air forces are traditionally the most vulnerable to revolutionary propaganda, having the most people who have gone through college and thus been exposed (in the case of the U.S.) to the same “cultural Marxist” indoctrination as their civilian counterparts. Even the Army and Marine Corps are not immune – does no one recall the photos a few years back of a group of graduating black female West Point cadets giving the “black power” salute while in uniform? None was disciplined, they are likely captains today, and they are NOT alone out there. POTUS and conservatives can prevail, but it will be a close-run thing, and the country will be torn asunder. One shudders to think what other countries will do as this unfolds.

The third and very grim prospect is the “endless civil war” dystopia – akin to an American internal variant of Europe’s gruesome Thirty Years’ War (1618-1648). This conflict never really ends on its own, although external intervention might eventually bring that about. There are the same splits as in the preceding example. Contending governments are declared in different places, each claiming to represent the entire country – expect them to come and go like leaves in a high wind. This may well remove the U.S. from the roster of nations as it essentially consumes itself. And as for losses? Well, one estimate is that in the Thirty Years’ War, one-third of the population of the German states died. I expect to at least match that in this dystopia.

The fourth and final dystopia is a true “Orwellian world,” an unholy blend of 1984 and Animal Farm – and I apologize to the spirit of George Orwell if I unwittingly have taken him out of context. It is the same in most respects as the second dystopia, with one key difference: the Marxist or neo-Marxist (however one thinks of it) Left wins the civil war, defeats Trump and his conservative supporters, and at least nominally brings a Democrat party to power – minus Biden, of course, but he would be long gone in any case. Want a precedent? Think Russia in 1921 at the end of its civil war, when the Bolsheviks defeated the Whites and their foreign allies. Think of what followed in the Soviet Union, in relatively short order. What happens in the Democratic People’s Republic of America (or whatever it comes to be called) is likely to be far, far worse.

The Path Not Taken?

Am I exaggerating the alternatives awaiting America? No. Could America have averted this dismal fork in a more than muddy, bloody road? Ultimately, no – the rot has been festering in our colleges and universities and in our society at large for too long: those committed to the erasing of our history and the destruction of our culture and system of government have used the very freedoms we treasured to cloak their activities. Had Trump invoked the Insurrection Act no later than early June, arrested some of the most outrageous Democrat mayors and governors for sedition, and sent regular troops – Marines and Airborne preferably – to some of the most violent cities with orders to crush the riots, it might well have bought time. But we are where we are, and that is the end of it.

These outcomes are not equally likely. The first is most likely to occur; the third and fourth are possible but not probable. The second is the wild card, a real unknown: Trump made serious mistakes but the fraud was very real. How much do his supporters really care? I have only one piece of advice: If you fight, make damn sure you win – because if you lose, we lose everything, and there will be no second chance for generations – if ever.

Alan Ned Sabrosky (PhD, University of Michigan) is a 10-year US Marine Corps veteran. He served in Vietnam and is a graduate of the US Army War College. He extends his heartfelt appreciation to Helen Buyinski of RT for her encouragement, advice and helpful suggestions.

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  1. anonymous[400] • Disclaimer says:

    Grim outlook no matter what happens. The 2nd alternative is probably the best one as it’ll put the patriots in a stronger position against the black-clad street terrorists’ inevitable onslaught. All others are death slowly as in the first choice or quickly as in the fourth. Things get too dystopian foreign interference would probably be tempting for some countries out there. America, what happened, how did we get here?

  2. America will decline, it won’t collapse, it won’t balkanize, it will simply decline. I think the decline is reversible.

    The elites and masses will get less talented and less disciplined. America will be a nation of suckers and con artists. Honest intelligent people will emigrate because good jobs will be based on a work and educational history attainable exclusively by nepotism; and shit jobs will get shittier and disappear.

    expect increases in suicide and childlessness. and contrary to right wing expectations, expect a decrease in immigration and an increase in emigration.

    criticism without solutions is unpopular so I will share my solutions in order of importance.
    1) abolish tax deductions for giving to nonprofits, this is how elites avoid taxes and fund their pet agendas
    2) simplify the tax code to a simple progressive tax and value added tax and a modest universal basic income, this is to undo decades of special interest lobbying that has created the tax code and welfare state
    3) universal tenure, people should only lose jobs due to layoffs or being incompetent, not for being unpopular on Twitter or at work
    4) shutdown all foreign military bases
    5) nationalize all military grade weapon manufacturing

    following these 5 suggestions Americans will be able to have some stability and ideological breathing room to pursue a pro – America policy instead of being sedated by the culture war spectacle while their future is destroyed.

  3. Franz says:

    Subtext here: Four years of Trump = 0.

    The rot set in too long ago, true enough. From the Red Thirties at least, the universities have been staffed by enemies. They only pass the stick to younger versions of themselves.

    But Trump threw away literally every opportunity to throw a wrench into their treason, and instead bungled around aimlessly.

    For instance:

    Normal relations with Russia were possible. Direct appeal to the people concerning the bogus assertions of meddling were well within his grasp. Questioning the traitors’ goals and motives could have put them on the defensive. As we all saw, Trump instead went on the defensive himself. It played right into their hands.

    By 2020 it was clear the man was either in over his head or was barely on his own side from the beginning.

    My guess is that with their chosen whores again in the saddle, the ruling oligarchs will try some new and batty normalcy. When it fails, the Dark Age will kick in and the country will crash.

    Preppers, prep harder!

  4. Thanks for the article.I think it’s well past time
    we begin to consider the reality of our situation.
    It’s worldwide,evolving and in definite need of…

    • Replies: @Publius 2
  5. In a sense, the solution is not succession, but the opposite. Secession is when a smaller unit leaves the larger unit. What’s needed is for the smaller units (states) to declare an end to the larger unit (The Fed Gov). Get rid of the corporate United States of America and allow the individual states to go their own way.

    As long as the monopoly of the Fed Gov exists, the dystopian options are all on the table. The states should get together and cancel their contract with the Fed Gov, the Supreme Court be damned.

    All the physical property consigned to the Fed Gov becomes state property. Not much has to change but the thinking processes of the people. The USSR quietly disappeared and so too should the USA because it’s been a net negative for 50 years at least.

  6. TG says:

    Um. Interesting but I think overthought.

    I think America simply descends into the typical overpopulated banana republic/third world morass that we have seen so may times. If we are lucky, we end up like Brazil. If we are unlucky, we end up like India or Bangladesh. It’s as simple as that.

    • Agree: dimples, ruralguy, Rich
    • Replies: @anon
    , @DinoN
  7. @anyone with a brain

    Useful suggestions. In order to implement such common-sense radical suggestions we may well need to first call a re-constitutional convention. Such an undertaking would not be open to the opinions and input of current government bureaucrats (deep state); prostiticians who represent only their campaign contributors and other special interests; members of the American Bar Association and most of the rest of judges and lawyers. The list goes on. Fill in the blanks.

  8. “Trying to predict the future is like trying to drive down a country road at night with no lights while looking out the back window.”

    Peter Drucker

    I’m bookmarking this article for future reference. It shouldn’t take very long to evaluate these predictions, say, a year or so.

    • Agree: ruralguy
    • Replies: @Ragno
  9. geokat62 says:

    America, what happened, how did we get here?

    Read the Culture of Critique.

    • Replies: @gsjackson
    , @ingotus
  10. It’s quite entertaining to see someone dismiss anarchism as anticipating a ‘utopia’, to then daub the walls with shit that has a one-line lietmotif:

    the US system of representative government has failed

    Anarchists don’t expect a utopia to arise when the system fails, and anybody who claims otherwise is doing so in bad faith and marks themselves as ignorant or a shill (or both, but not neither).

    Anarchists expect a system where economic outcomes are generated by voluntary transactions.

    It’s not expected that nobody ever again makes a mistake – just that losses that arise from such mistakes will not be able to be passed on to the polity while indemnifying the people making the mistake.

    It’s not expected that nobody ever commits a crime: just that there is less likelihood that the system will have differential results for people depending on their proximity to political power.

    In other words, networks of private institutions that compete for business (security, dispute resolution etc) will generate superior outcomes to the existing (captured) government monopolies.

    Anyone who claims to genuinely believe that “monopoly leads to expensive, lower-quality products” is a contentious statement when it applies to government, believes in magical bureaucrats who, given possession of a monopoly, do not abuse it.

    That‘s an utterly utopian (and naïve, and stupid) view.

    There is absolutely no expectation of ‘utopia’ under anarchist principles: what is expected is a system that has a greater chance of being ‘fair’, than the system you just spent 1800 of your 1900 words whining about like a spoilt little bitch.

  11. It’s the lies. So many of them. The distant lies that underpinned the First World War. The stupid, pervasive lies that we are served describing the Second World War. The Jewish Holocaust lies. The murder of JFK, what ever you think of him as a leader. The lies of the USS Liberty. The gulf of Tonkin lies. The lies wherein Manhattan buildings were turned into dust. The lies describing the financial/real estate collapse circa 2008. The preposterous Sandy Hook lies. The absurd Covid lies. The 2020 election fraud lies.

    I’ve omitted many and failed to properly describe others. But the pattern is relentless. How do we continue to live with this?

  12. Biff says:

    More than likely this:

    The third and very grim prospect is the “endless civil war” dystopia – akin to an American internal variant of Europe’s gruesome Thirty Years’ War (1618-1648). This conflict never really ends on its own, although external intervention might eventually bring that about.

    The powers that be are never going to allow the tax base to be fragmented(succession), and that’s going to result in whole array of different types of battles. Walls and fences may be put into place; guarded enclaves; autonomous zones; but the heavy handed weapons of enforcement will be collecting the taxes and you will be made to pay.

    • Replies: @Justvisiting
  13. Miro23 says:

    Agree that it’s time for the states to get rid of the Washington monstrosity.

    Individual states can have a framework for inter-state co-operation , but still each be responsible for their own taxation, independent banking, and media, while organizing their own healthcare/education/justice/policing/environmental policy etc.

    • Agree: Sick of Orcs, TTSSYF
  14. The US isn’t a democracy or a constitutional republic, what’s do damn difficult to understand about it? The Ziocorporate conglomerate that rules the US, and the EU for that matter, even shapes up socioeconomic policy in perceived “competitors” Russia and China, whose foreign policy hinges on getting strong enough to do “business and partnership” with the US/West as their geopolitical “equals”, it was US/EU globalists who turned Mao’s China into the powerhouse it is today with tech transfers, investment and trade benefits after all.

    Placing one’s hopes on a puppet of Ziocorporatism like the Trumpet is stupid, ignorant and hilariously ridiculous, the most “anti-Deep State” thing the Trumpet ever did was saying there’s a Deep State, and that was to manipulate the partisan mob of voting taxcattle; he never had the least intention of leading his constituency to transcending their own ignorace, he may well not be able to even conceive such a thing; and quite on the contrary, he allowed Americans to be put under the siege of Operation Warp Speed within the greater, global framework of what Klaus Schwab and his WEF cohorts publicise as the “Great Reset”.

    You’re never gonna think straight with the MAGA hat on while your thinking cap collects dust in the closet of your cretinousness.

    • Replies: @Scut Farkus
  15. Futurism 100 yrs ago

  16. Brian USA says:

    From Alan Sabrosky, former Director of Studies at the United States Army War College’s Strategic Studies Institute, from an article:

    I have had long conversations over the past two weeks with contacts at the Army War College, at the Headquarters Marine Corps, and I have made it absolutely clear in both cases that it is 100% certain that 9/11 was a Mossad operation. Period.

    Brian USA: The Mossad is an Israel intelligence agency.

    Brian USA: The best way to remove the power of elite Jewish extremists, who control most of the media, the White House and Congress, is let Americans know Israel did the evil 911 event and the immoral, elite Jewish extremists who control the media and our politicians covered it up.

    Elite Jewish extremists who control the media, demonize White people with the absurd, phony, accusation of systemic racism, to further marginalize White people and destroy their power in the country White people built.

    Jewish extremists have controlled the United States for decades; they don’t want the White European Americans to revolt and kick them out of power so they’re flooding the country (via the Jewish controlled media and politicians and the very deceptive Hart-Celler Jewish promoted immigration act from the 1960’s) with people of color to lower the percentage of White people and the power of White people.

    It makes it easier to hide the power of elite Jews in the United States because with a large number of minority groups in the United States, when people think of minorities they don’t think of Jews. It’s a variation of divide and conquer, it’s divide and increase the power.

  17. Phoenix says:

    But Trump threw away literally every opportunity to throw a wrench into their treason, and instead bungled around aimlessly.

    Trump’s behavior is understandable when taking into account his fundamental loyalty to Wall Street and Israel.
    He talks a good game. He knows what working Americans want to hear.
    I still believe we were better off with him in the White House instead of Hillary.

  18. Gapeseed says:

    Locally, I think (or hope) a variant of option 2 – but less bloody – is the likely outcome. Trump presents overwhelming evidence of fraud, some key players are turned, others are arrested, pardons are doled out strategically in exchange for a stand down, and we emerge. It might take months of convulsions, but that’s the best outcome.

    These convulsions will distract, and what other countries do in the interim will be fascinating. I would suspect our navy, naval logistics, and risk of devastating counterpunching would keep major powers at arm’s length, but I would expect China to take Taiwan for sure and bully its other neighbors. US security guarantees would be void during the unrest. Japan, if you don’t already have nukes, now’s the time to start building them.

    Economic knock-off effects would likely plunge the world into a fierce contraction and depression as massive debt deflation takes hold. Global famine would likely follow, and then, war.

    And here I was thinking I am an optimist.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @botazefa
  19. Phoenix says:

    The states should get together and cancel their contract with the Fed Gov

    State secession would probably result in much less violence than the alternatives listed in the article.
    The European Union has procedures for member states to peacefully leave.
    This type of option also needs to be available in the U.S.

    • Replies: @Biff
    , @RoatanBill
  20. R2b says:

    DJ Trump, did his job as a lame duck. Hand in glove, with what people do nowadays: twitter. That is using the tool of the corporate power. The social media president.
    He gathered the flock, pretending power. Instead of fulfilling his message, he exhausted the nation, being only a projection of wishes, desires and hopes.
    Killing on behalf of Israel, was one of his many services to them.
    And as one suspect, only the left is organized, which the right is definitively not!
    I hope I’m wrong.

  21. hotrod31 says:

    Trump is/was a buffoon, a stinking rich buffoon. However, in his defence as leader of his party … he was destined to be a Dindu Nuffin (substantive) because he had a traitor in his midst, Jarred Kushner, consequently his every move was anticipated and controlled. Australia had a PM (Turnbull) in a similar situation, son-in-law was his ‘weak-link’. His every move was anticipated and reported to the control-tower.

  22. You know which Dystopia really counts? The technofascist “Great Reset” one. The 4 “dystopias” are just ploys to destabilize the US so one of the objectives of the Great Reset (the US no longer being a superpower) is fulfilled.
    And while national conservatives and white nationalists will suffer the most, the elite is callous towards everyone in the 99.9%, and that includes much of the woke underlings. The 99.9% are to be jabbed, sedated and transformed into serf-drones, and eventually depopulated.
    It’s never a partisan struggle, it’s a nationalist & localist vs globalist, and (dare to say) spiritual one.

    Practically, dissolve the Union. One half of the country will only recognize Biden, and the other half Trump. Either we have 50 independent sovereign states, more localized compacts of states, or a two-state solution as with the split of India-Pakistan, with Biden leading one half and Trump leading the other. In all cases, the globalists will “win”, to varying extents, but at least we will have (in some places) more consolidated opposition to globalism.
    In the long-term, whether as the US or one of the successor states, dispense with Trump. He’s actually weak and erratic, even to the point of appointing the CIA agent Pompeo and praising the Warp Speed vaccine. We need stronger 3rd parties, national conservative, white nationalist, libertarian, whatever, that better match national and local interests. And pray for the Great Reset to collapse on itself.

    • Replies: @Digital Samizdat
  23. Hisorically, when the central government of a once-great country fails, and the country fragments into warring sheikdoms, that country is usually colonized by another country that does have a strong central government and military.
    China and India come to mind (19th and 20th century). China was colonized by Japan and England, India mostly by England.
    And today China is all recovered and waiting in the wings for the “United” States to fail. They would colonize and resettle the states from west to east, one by one. Except the state of Alaska, which would go back to Russia.

  24. @RoatanBill

    What you propose will definitely be a recipe for civil war. Looks very much like the Thirty-Years’ War scenario that destroyed much of Germany in the 17th century.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
    , @Joe Levantine
  25. Dumbo says:

    Yes, the best solution is probably for the “United” States do disunite. All at the same time. Not a balkanization – as there is no reason for one state to fight another, and not a civil war either (the central gov can’t fight all states). I think the end of the Soviet Union is a good parallel, with many republics breaking lose at the same time, as well as Eastern Europe getting out of the communist yoke.

    Of course, some states probably do not want to be independent as they would likely lose big, and then there is the demographic issue which seems to have no return.

    So in the end, I don’t think this will happen, it’s more likely that the U.S. will just further latin-americanize and become like Brazil, a big country but without so much worldwide influence.

    • Replies: @Jim Bob Lassiter
  26. Biff says:

    State secession would probably result in much less violence than the alternatives listed in the article.
    The European Union has procedures for member states to peacefully leave.
    This type of option also needs to be available in the U.S.

    American has been at war for 98% of it’s existence. Guess which war stacked up the most casualties?

    Hint: “when states tried to succeed.”

    • Replies: @Theophrastus
  27. cranc says:

    There are elements not included in this analysis. The Great Reset plans being most obvious.
    The systems that people rely upon for survival are under attack – cyber attack threatening power supplies, a huge food crisis is developing. The world moves towards a dystopia described in the fourth vision in the article, but not as some outcome of civil war, instead through a steady siege war already being conducted by social planners and elites upon a docile and brainwashed public.
    As I look around me, depressingly, I see people who are mostly incapable of any genuine critical thinking, they are so disconnected from physical realities that they have no experience of providing basic needs for themselves or of defending their own resources.
    Unless things take an almost unimaginable turn in direction, I think that people will for the most part stay at home as they are told, watching Netflix and playing Xbox, whilst the food queues grow and the vaccinations, digital money and surveillance become mandatory requirements for getting supplies.
    Drip, drip. It works.

    • Agree: Mikael_
    • Replies: @Hillaire
  28. Ghali says:

    Despite being the richest and most corrupt religious tribe, the Jews continue to bleed America to death. Wake up Americans.

    • Replies: @Ghali
  29. idealogus says:
    @anyone with a brain

    Contrary to most commenters on this site, I like America.
    However, I do not think that America will slowly die out. It’s not The American Way. America has lived great and will die great.
    And if there is a Jesus Christ then atomic bombs will fall on the United States. Probably not many but they will definitely fall.
    “…for all who draw the sword will die by the sword.” SUA draw the atomic sword unnecessary and will taste the same medicine.

    • Replies: @Niebelheim
  30. Sirius says:

    This is a big topic to address in a brief manner, but let me give it a try. It requires a bit of background.

    First of all, let me say I’m no fan of Biden nor Trump, nor of their respective parties. But to think of the Democrats as a left party is wrong. The progressive wing of the party has been continuously frozen out of the leadership. Witness what happened to Sanders, twice over 2 election periods! It occasionally masquerades as a left party, but in practice it is a militarist party just like the Republicans.

    It is militarism that has diminished and will, left unchecked, ultimate destroy what remains of American democracy. The biggest assault in the three-quarters of a century since WW2 occurred with the so-called PATRIOT Act, with habeas corpus no longer guaranteed as a right. This happened on a Republican president’s watch, not a Democrat. It was left in place by a Democrat who ostensibly believed in constitutional rights and indeed taught constitutional law. The Republican who followed him did nothing to reverse things either.

    Militarism is also a threat to living standards because it consumes so much of the country’s resources, while whatever “benefits” there are accrue to small minority, the less than 1%. Both Obama and Trump promised to make massive improvements in US infrastructure. Neither did. Neither touched military spending either. Indeed they both increased an already bloated military budget, with Trump disingenuously claiming he was “rebuilding” the US military, as if it wasn’t already the most massive military machine on the planet.

    Some time after the millennium began, the word “Empire” began to gain currency, and now the “American Empire” is used matter-of-factly. Empires traditionally had kings or emperors, not elected presidents. When the Soviet Union was referred to as an empire, it was a term of derision.

    This argument over who won the 2020 is moot. It doesn’t really matter. Nothing changed the trajectory of the Empire. Neither candidate would do that, nor would either party establishment. So why argue over it? It’s not as if evil beat good or good beat evil. It’s evil versus worse evil, and you get to choose which one is slightly better. Either way it changes nothing that would challenge the plutocracy that really runs things.

    The real choice to save the country is Empire versus Republic, not Democrat versus Republican. And the only that choice, which is currently not on offer by either party, is to fundamentally reform the 2 parties, or fundamentally reform the system that allows the 2 parties to dominate it.

    Everything else is a distraction.

    I have only one piece of advice: If you fight, make damn sure you win – because if you lose, we lose everything, and there will be no second chance for generations – if ever.

    If it gets really violent (not just street skirmishes), everyone will lose, except the opportunists who are both well-placed and expert at taking advantage of chaos, and they are very few in number.

    • Agree: niceland, gay troll
    • Thanks: Joe Levantine
    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  31. Carlos22 says:

    It’s sad but people just have to learn the hard way about allowing Marxism into their country.

    Marxism is not an actual workable system it was always a tool to help destabilize a country to usher in a revolution of some kind.

    When the young start going hungry or start having their rights taken away only then will they realize the errors of their ways.

    • Agree: TJH14
    • Replies: @botazefa
  32. They think they’ll get a country like present-day China after 70 years of one-party rule, ignoring what it took to get there … or maybe not ignoring it. One can only wonder what will happen to 75 million Americans when the left starts talking about making lists and setting up re-education camps.

    In any case, look at the wonders a century of one-party rule did for the USA’s southern neighbour, Mexico … that is the more likely case for the US, though the thought of a nuclear-armed Mexican-style superstate aren’t very comforting. Maybe Fred Reed can enlighten us on this.

  33. @Phoenix

    To the best of my knowledge, Texas has the right to leave the union as part of the agreement to join it. Texas should start the stampede out of the USA corporation to show the way. Once Texas leaves the others will demand the same right.

    • Replies: @Catdog
    , @c matt
  34. @Yellowface Anon

    Right diagnosis, wrong cure. Once you realize that the real plan of the Davos oligarchy is to replace the US with the UN, then you’ll see that breaking the country up into 50 smaller (and weaker) ones is exactly what they want. It would be better for us to seize power of the US govt., perhaps letting NY and CA go if they want, so that we could continue to have a Security Council veto at the UN, a seat at the IMF, etc., all of which we could use to destabilize and neutralize the NWO from within.

    But just turning America into Bosnia-Herzigovina would do nothing to stop the globalist scum, who would simply use their control of the rest of the world to destabilize, subvert and embargo us.

    • Agree: thotmonger
  35. @Hans Vogel

    The US is the doomed Titanic. The lifeboats are secession to get away from what everyone knows is sinking fast (Dollar).

    Do you not use the lifeboat because the captain and crew say you can’t?

    As a US expat, I already used a lifeboat. I suggest others also get a lifeboat because the sinking will kill millions that stayed aboard to the bitter end following orders from madmen.

    • Agree: SeekerofthePresence
  36. gotmituns says:

    A few things. This covid nonsense was a stroke of genius. With the enstupidation of most young Americans, no need for baby steps anymore. The lousy bums behind this/jews will start by requiring people to get the “vaccine” and from there the sky’s the limit.. They can stop people from doing all sorts of things if they don’t have the vaccine and prove it (vaccine cards up to date with booster shots every so often). “Brave New World” here we come. At least, there’ll be plenty of SOMA. Thank God I’m too old to see the end of all this cap.

  37. @Kratoklastes

    Thank You.

    Let me add that I, as an individual, don’t own a fighter jet, aircraft carrier, nuclear bomb. I don’t employ murderers and highwaymen generally known as soldiers and police. I don’t want to hurt my neighbor, but just want to live a quiet life.

    It takes government to steal from the people (taxes) to build up a machine that is designed to oppress their neighboring government which ultimately means terrorizing its people. It doesn’t take long for that theory of all governments to turn their attention inward to tyrannize their own citizenry.

    The US is now in the final stages of tyranny against its own citizens. There’s no way to modify the impulses of the scum that runs for office.

    The way to get rid of corruption in high places is to get rid of high places.
    Frank Chodorov

    Dismantle the machine that’s in the process of devouring the country.

    • Agree: TheTrumanShow, Bro43rd
    • Replies: @Anon
  38. xyzxy says:

    The fact that Trump’s big money man, Sheldon Adelson, escorts America’s number one traitor to Israel on his private jet, where he is given a hero’s welcome by America’s ‘greatest friend’, while Congress and the media look the other way, but who then have the gall to lecture us about ‘white privilege’ and ‘systemic racism’ while promoting George ‘the New Jesus’ Floyd as Man of the Year, and mandating face coverings after shutting down the economy, pretty much tells you all you need to know about our future.

    But don’t worry. Russia, China, and Iran are America’s real problems. And once we install our man in Venezuela things should be looking up.

    • Agree: Mustapha Mond
  39. Perhaps nothing will happen and the caravan that is the U. S. will keep on going down the wrong route until it goes into the oblivion without a big bang. But first let’s wait to see if Trump is reelected by the Congress in the next few days.

    • Replies: @Dave Bowman
  40. @hotrod31

    As an Australian who is actually acquainted with Malcolm Turnbull (and disappointed in him after giving him the benefit of most doubts) I read with astonishment your reference to Malcolm Turnbull’s son-in-law. I checked, and you must have been fed some gossip when drunk. His son-in-law is plain James Brown, ethnic Anglo and former Army officer. He has a Chinese daughter-in-law who lives in Singapore. What on earth are you talking about?

    • Thanks: bomag
  41. theMann says:

    Or, the anti-dystopia:

    Men of good will throughout the country, and the world, finally accept an inescapable conclusion – that all Shit of the Left are Hostis Humani Generis, from the mildest “Social Democrat” to the vilest Bolshevik, they have nothing to offer, but mass theft, mass murder, and mass degeneracy.

    The Left is a virulent toxin, a Spiritual and Physical pollution upon mankind that should be rooted out without mercy. Doing so would be neither sin nor crime, but simply a routine act of sanitation. 350 million Americans, armed to the teeth, awaiting a match to set them off. The match is an idea, it may as well be a good idea as a bad one.

    Note: this sidesteps the other dystopia, that of biological disintegration. Declining sperm motility, young people almost incapable sex, ruinous failure of marriage -this is a biological epic fail that may render moot the entire world of ideas.

    • Agree: Joe Magarac
  42. Schuetze says:

    The Georgia Guide Stones call for a world wide “sustainable” population of 500,000. Deagle predicts a US population of 100m by 2025.


    Klaus Schwab says that by 2030 we won’t eat meat and we will own nothing but we will be happy.
    Netanyahu tells us: “Once we squeeze all we can out of the United States, it can dry up and blow away”. The UN keeps crowing on about “Overpopulation”, “Climate Justice” and “Food Justice”. Bill Gates and Antony Fauci demand that everyone take the jew juice. All of Judea is calling for revenge against white males and calling them Amalek.

    Starting in the Spring of 2020 after the Derechio’s hit grain silos across the US were blown over or blown up. The giant grain silos in Beruit got nuked by Israel. Soy crops, used for food for animal production, have been devastated by weather warfare. England has declared free range chicken farms to be a Covid risk. Swine production has also been declared vulnerable to Covid, and the Swine Flu outbreaks continue unabated. Greta and her cohorts keep railing against beef, cheese and butter production because of cow farts.

    I think the evidence is pretty clear here, the planet is heading for one massive holodomor. The jews know how to accomplish this, they have done it many times in the past: in Germany during “Spanish Flu” and the Turnip Winter of 1919, in Ukraine in 1933, using the Morgentau plan on Germany in 1945-48, and of course the Cultural Revolution in 1966. They know that the hammer in their starvation toolbox is the lockdown. It is no coincidence that lockdowns are being rehearsed all over the planet during this plandemic, and with each new “strain” of “super-covid” the lockdowns get more stringent.

    So to me the most likely looming dystopia is a world wide lockdown starting in the Spring due to “Covid-21”, a supply chain breakdown concurrent to a collapse in world grain and soy harvest, radical weather warfare against the planet’s agrarian food production centers, hyperinflation and destruction of paper currencies across the planet, all followed by a massive die-off of millions if not billions. The majority of survivors walking the streets will have taken their jew-juice vaccination and will be total slaves. Israel will start a nuclear war in the middle east using Neutron style bombs, and Eretz Israel will be a fact not a yid fantasy. There will be some pockets of resistance and holdouts, but likely they will be cleaned up long before 2025, just like master Rothschild ordered.

    In my mind I think of scenes like this:

    • Agree: dogbumbreath
    • Replies: @R2b
  43. @anyone with a brain

    “abolish tax deductions for giving to nonprofits, this is how elites avoid taxes and fund their pet agendas”

    Absolutely. “The Clinton Foundation” by itself makes the case for abolishing 501c3s. The CF enabled these two scammers to: get filthy rich, pretend to be humanitarians, and set themselves for a return to the White House. The answer to the question “How much now are Bill and Hillary getting for speeches?” tells the story. The MSM hacks don’t want to ask the question.

    • Agree: Peripatetic Itch
  44. ANONymous[113] • Disclaimer says:
    @Brian USA

    Listen to this man….

  45. Walter says:

    Comrade Brother Gunter Grass gave us the “solution”


    Nach dem Aufstand des 17. Juni
    Ließ der Sekretär des Schriftstellerverbands
    In der Stalinallee Flugblätter verteilen
    Auf denen zu lesen war, daß das Volk
    Das Vertrauen der Regierung verscherzt habe
    Und es nur durch verdoppelte Arbeit
    zurückerobern könne. Wäre es da
    Nicht doch einfacher, die Regierung
    Löste das Volk auf und
    Wählte ein anderes?

    (for the German-challenged)

    After the uprising of the 17th of June
    The Secretary of the Writers’ Union
    Had leaflets distributed on the Stalinallee
    Stating that the people
    Had forfeited the confidence of the government
    And could only win it back
    By increased work quotas. Would it not in that case be simpler
    for the government
    To dissolve the people
    And elect another?

    (the deepstate and the fraud and lies they utter and force upon the people are an attempt to “elect” another people (and dis-elect you an’ me))

    • Thanks: SeekerofthePresence
  46. anon[106] • Disclaimer says:

    “[Alan Ned Sabrosky] extends his heartfelt appreciation to Helen Buyinski of RT for her encouragement, advice and helpful suggestions.”

    Meet “Helen of Troy”, Agent of c.h.a.o.s., An (((Irish))) lass, working for (((Russia))) today, beeting drums of “Let’s see you Americans burn your own country down!”

    Learn to recognize Agitprop. Don’t waste your time on words of your enemies. This is called sound advice.

    (i had to look up alan – he actually looks like a useful idiot.)

    • Troll: Mikael_
    • Replies: @stevennonemaker88
  47. @idealogus

    A dystopia born out of a nuclear war is at least as probable as the relatively slow descent (another two generations) into a Brazil or India-like situation. The fall of empires sometimes happens with a boom rather than a whimper, as the need to externalize the internal hatreds and frustrations grows. But I put less stock in the church chumps who preach the drinking of that kind of Kool-aid brings Jesus back and raptures the blackheads up to hebbin.

    • Agree: SeekerofthePresence
    • Replies: @SeekerofthePresence
  48. Two responses:

    I maintain my position that the president had no authority to use troops minus an invitation by the governors. Minus a threat of cessation from the union, the jurisdiction here was clear, a state matter with one exception, federal properties. Had he moved in troops, he would fed the narrative that he was an out of control rogue. He should have made a huge deal out of moving troops in position in case the governors called in for help and further made the matter a public announcement daily that he was prepared to aid the states in way possible should they request it. He should have made it clear his hands were tied, minus their say so.

    A aggressive uncalled for (unwarranted) running gun battles in the streets is exactly the bait the liberals wanted him to fall for. And the narrative would have been obvious.

    “The president attacks peaceful protests against police murders and engages in a national policy of racist repression. “Accompanied by men in uniform beating and shooting protesters, chasing citizens down in the streets. On the backs of to killings by police of unarmed citizens. If I am antifa or BLM, icing on my cake. Arresting mayors and Governors — nearly every governor in the country would object, even if they understood on principle. Had these been as pervasive as what took place in 1968 and the early 1970’s — he could have pulled it off. But when the governors established themselves during the CoVID response, they set boundaries, because the executive acquiesced — e gave up tat ground regarding federal authority.

    The time to exercise federal authority would have been on the issue of sanctuary cities. A full court legal press early during the admin. when the evidence was clear that most US citizens wanted immigration curtailed and restricted. That would have pressed his opposition into defending why they were undermining people in their own states of the benefits of citizenship in violation of the law. The move by bluster and dully followed up by noting set the stage for what was to follow. He secured enough court wins on the basis of the constitution and his authority to make that central.

    He bocked.

    Instead of leveraging the huge wins on Russian and Ukraine issues into advancing the agenda he was elected to advance, he allowed himself to be drawn into needless personal squabbles .


    I don’t think he lost the election. Despite the mistakes. But it certainly could have been cleaner.


    I think I largely agree with COVID response. The nation over responded and it was used for cover as was the violence for action regarding the election.


    Let’s be frank, minus the huge opposition from within his own party, we would not be having this discussion. I reject the doom and gloom scenarios.

  49. @Sirius

    Consider a few facts.

    The military budget goes relentlessly higher no matter which gang is in charge.
    The DOD & HUD can’t account for \$21 Trillion.
    The day before the towers came down, on 9/10/2001, Donald Rumsfeld held a news conference to announce that DOD couldn’t account for \$2 Trillion. The following day made that announcement a non event.
    The Pentagon was not hit by an airplane because an airplane would have made two giant holes in the building where the massive engines would have impacted it.
    The place where the Pentagon was hit housed the Navy team investigating the missing \$2 Trillion, and all were killed and their records destroyed.
    Building 7 in New York was not hit by a plane but went down anyway. It was the only backup site for the records the Navy team was working on. Many firefighters and others say the building was demolished with explosives.
    Israel, a Jewish nation, is immune from all consequences and their tribe runs the finance, advertising, entertainment, news, university and all other influential institutions.

    To learn who rules over you, simply find out who you are not allowed to criticize.

    The US is a soft military dictatorship. The military heads up the cabal (corporations and (((foreign))) influence) that runs the country for their personal benefit. No one seriously criticizes the US military. No one dares criticize Israel because it is now professional suicide to do so.

    Foreign wars are initiated to expend weaponry so that it can be replaced at great expense and great profit for the few. They and their partners in the spook agencies have black budgets that are a giant slush fund. The spook agencies primary duty is to vet those running for office and make sure that they have something on anyone that wins an election. The political parties only allow those to run that are already corrupt as per FBI investigations. Blackmail is used to get legislators, chief executives and the courts to always see things the way the cabal wants.

    The military/intel heads stay in the background but are the true controllers in the country. Elections are just theater because no matter who wins, they are already owned by the cabal.

    This can’t be fixed, only dismantled.

  50. R2b says:

    Very much agree!
    Could you name the video, as it is blocked were I live?

    • Replies: @Schuetze
  51. My bet is on the first outcome. Whites and conservatives just don’t have the will to fight, that’s all there is to it. When the time comes, and it’s coming soon, normiecons will dutifully line up to turn in all those guns they’ve been buying up in preparation for the cope fantasy civil war that they were never going to fight in.

    • Agree: Stonehands
  52. Should Orange Golfbag retain what his mediocre performance suggests he doesn’t deserve (despite legit winning) he won’t suddenly fight against shitlibs. He’s been weak and capitulatory all 4 years; after another 4 we’ll be in the same position we are now.

    If we want to cancel rioters, we must pull the triggers ourselves.

    • Replies: @Realist
    , @fujew
  53. Last time I checked Antifa was destroying cities in Democrat towns that were located in states currently run by Democrats. It’s righties fault for it because of what exactly? Any Civil War will be swift due to the FBI infiltrating most of the right, the police are Antifa’s backup, and the US military has better weapons.

    I will give my dystopian prediction. Supply lines will continue to tighten and even breakdown. The heart of the electrical grid is about as old as I am, and we will both be falling apart due to age. The continual dumbing down of kids will lead to an inability to come up with solutions. Food will be very short in the near future. Don’t be surprise if the Covid Stasi claim beef cows and chickens are sick with Covid, and need to be slaughter. Danish Mink was the test run. In other words our future is Biden’s dark winter, and we will be culled off. Fun times. Use your ammo supply wisely.

    • Replies: @turtle
    , @Schuetze
  54. TKK says:

    There is more than chatter that he is not even stinking rich anymore. That his series of bankruptcies and failed businesses is held together with loans, spit and glue.

    His sole meaty income was his TV show- I have never watched it.

    If he had real F*ck you money- why would he be so groveling to Israel, blacks and celebrities who ridicule him?

  55. Mr. Sabrosky still has a foot in the Marxist corral. Conservatives “did nothing” to stop Marxists because reality has been created to work against them. The Archie Bunker strategy. And if conservatives do battle with Marxists in the streets, the Feeb, US Marshalls, DHS and other ninjas will be there to arrest them, conservatives.

    Otherwise a good essay.

  56. TKK says:

    This covid nonsense was a stroke of genius. With the enstupidation of most young Americans, no need for baby steps anymore

    I took my dogs to a new park, and got lost when we went off the trail so I could let them off their leashes. I encountered 2 different strapping young men, bursting with health, who immediately pulled up their shirts over their face as they jogged in place when I asked them the way back to the parking lot.

    They showed no embarrassment, and indeed- acted like I was the lunatic because I was not wearing a mask——in a 1000 acres of fresh air, trees and creeks.

    Related to the impending cultural rot, the case of Alec Baldwin’s wife is a case study in everything that is terrifying about America.

    Alec Baldwin- bloated, bloviating and woke- has stalked and publicly terrorized President Trump and any conservative for 5 years. His caricature of Trump on SNL was grotesque.

    And then we discover that his silly boring wife is FAKING being from Spain. Is a rich white girl from Massachusetts with a physician mother/lawyer dad and pretends not to know how to say “cucumber” on National TV.

    This is buffoonery at the highest level. This is comedy that writes itself.

    Mainstream media? Crickets.

    Last- look at the disgusting case of Mimi Groves. A cute little 15 year old repeats a word she has heard SINCE BIRTH- that blacks are paid millions to shout- NIGGA!- and an ugly black half breed maliciously releases a 3 second clip of it-

    And she loses her cheerleading scholarship from University of Tennessee.

    Not a word from anyone with any juice or clout to defend her.

    It will be death by a million cuts.

    • Replies: @Jimmy le Blanc
    , @Walter
  57. gsjackson says:

    I think Sabrosky would agree. He’s one of the few people with the stones to say Israel did 9/11.

  58. So where we will be going?
    I have predicted Chaos more than ten years ago.
    The period of Chaos will change in the period of hesitation.
    The thirst for power will diminish until until it will disappear entirely.
    Nobody will want to have responsible for anything.
    International relationships will be practically non existent.
    Everybody will be asking how did we get here.
    Everybody will be looking for somebody to blame.
    Jews will have a problem.
    For a long period international cooperation will be non existent.
    Eventually new international relationships will gradually develop.

  59. Davidoff says:

    I propose you join the United Mexican States.

    One by one or even better as a whole, it will save us all time.

  60. Schuetze says:

    It was the scene from Titanic after the sinking where they are rowing out through all the frozen bodies. I was looking for the scene where all the freezing people are moaning as they die, but couldn’t find it.

    There are several VPN’s you can use in firefox for free, I use this one to bypass the bullcrap:

    • Replies: @R2b
  61. profnasty says:
    @anyone with a brain

    Without force, your plan is just crack smoke in the wind. Did you even read Doc’s article?

  62. Trinity says:

    America is being destroyed by a foreign entity from within that many identify by such ridiculous names as (((The Deep State))), (((Globalists))), and the even more hysterical title of “liberals.” Liberals? Really? There are no conservatives left in America and the Trumpsteiners are actually far more liberal than the racist anti-White multiracial thugs on the (((Antifa/BLM))) side.

    Didn’t Khrushchev predict that America would destroy itself from within? I am sure good ole Nikita witnessed what happened to his nation and saw what was descending upon America. The same old pattern keeps repeating itself. France, Russia, Spain, and now in the good ole USA.

    Can America turn the tide? Not with that compromised and controlled bunch in Washington, D.C. now, that is for sure. Any serious leader in America will go after those who are funding these riots, fudging death stats for the manufactured coronavirus, and jail them alongside their useful idiot foot soldiers (((Antifa/BLM)))) or better yet, deport them out of the country. America should have stopped this nonsense decades ago before it reached this point, but we had the same feckless group of compromised useless do nothings comprised of a General who never saw one minute of action on the battlefield, a pencil pusher who somehow rose to be the highest ranking person in the military, go figure that one out, an Irish and Texas redneck skirt chasers who forced White kids to attend public schools with Blacks. Then we had the era of Nixon, Ford, Carter, which somehow makes me think of the cheese champ eras of Heavyweight boxing in the 1930s between Tunney’s retirement until the Louis knocked out Braddock. Man, these guys were bland. Reagan, the ACTOR, nuff said. And it just got worse from there if you can believe it. Wilson to Truman? Not much better, in fact FDR & Wilson rank with the worst of the worst.

    • Agree: Bro43rd, Druid
  63. @Niebelheim

    The chance of war will increase proportionately to amurika’s precipitous decline. TPTB will use war to distract the people from their gross incompetence. And to gin up hatred for the enemy (Russia and China), and dispel anger against themselves.

    The more Marxist the government, the greater the malfeasance and mismanagement. And the faster the national decline. ’Murka seems to be swinging harder and harder left. Biden will pretend to be moderate. Mais après lui, le déluge (of radical leftism).

    Thus the risk of war will increase rapidly. And all sides could be dealt a crippling blow.

  64. Anon[240] • Disclaimer says:

    Another possible endgame is an unintended, miscalculated, nuclear exchange. This possibility is now heightened because the “two-man rule” does not apply to the President, and the incoming President is both impetuous and prone to confused thinking. Disclosure: I recently viewed “On the Beach.” Gregory Peck, Ava Gardner, Tony Perkins. One advantage of suffering through this sobering, devastating film is that today’s problems then seem mild by comparison.

  65. anonymous[378] • Disclaimer says:

    It cracks me up when wannabe public intellectuals take an opinion dump, and it’s so utterly stereotyped, exactly the same as ever.

    US statist propaganda line 1: Breakup ≡ civil war. Like in the USSR! Yeltsin posed on a tank to humor his CIA handlers, then settled in. Like in Slovenia!! Casualties: 8. Like in Slovakia… Like in all the other Soviet Republics that wandered off without a hitch.

    Now it is true that the CIA regime’s uniform response to everything is divide and rule, and they will stoke conflict as they have always done since inception. Reds v. Birchers. Hippies v. hard hats. Antifa v. Proud Boys. And always, most ludicrously, Democrats v. Republicans, two synthetic factions that work hand in glove to fuck their adherents.

    But your government is CIA, full stop. And when the collapse of state legitimacy is as pervasive and terminal as now, it gets harder to distract the subject population with internecine conflict. Everybody hates this government, left and right. And now everybody has seen CIA shoehorn in their anointed figurehead: in ’00, in Florida and the Supreme Court, in ’04 in Ohio, and in ’20, in multiple states, forcibly repressing unauthorized parties every time. CIA installs red and blue indifferently. Now both sides have a beef. Only a moron would choose to ally along the party lines CIA drew. There are still a lot of morons out there, but they’re aging, and inherently politically helpless.

    There is one (1) relevant division in US culture, and capable civil society orgs will use it. There are people who know their rights, and people who don’t. Stick with the people who know their rights. Some of the people who don’t know their rights fixate on the halfassed bowdlerized rights in their obsolete revoked constitution. Another sort of people who don’t know their rights are nativists, who don’t understand that you get your rights by going over the government’s head to the world.

    • Thanks: gay troll
    • Replies: @geokat62
  66. @shylockcracy

    Placing one’s hopes on… the Trumpet is stupid, ignorant and hilariously ridiculous

    Ergo, placing one’s hopes on the Bidet is a triumph of common sense?

    MAGA folks see DJT as at least a chance to dislodge a few of The Untouchables that make up the swamp, of which both Hilarious and Bidet are long-time members.

    Not that there’s been any notable progress made on that front.

  67. @Kratoklastes

    I think that the Utopian aspect of Anarchism is not primarily related to its functionality once it is achieved, but rather to the likelihood of its being achieved at all.

  68. Anonymous[290] • Disclaimer says:

    Reply to:
    concerning article:

    “Variant 2 would produce least casualties.”

    While I agree about option 2, I think you may be a bit optimistic, as is Sabrosky’s analysis. Both of you leave out the decay of the US infrastructure. This infrastructure is no longer able to support the population of North America, and has been supplemented by (essentially) charges for worldwide policing services. Disorder in the US will remove this source of funds.

    While it is clear that the US could have done much better (in particular, it could have left North Africa, the Middle East, and Central Asia alone), still, the world is stable enough to support extensive trade. This trade and the industrial specialization that it enables is what supports the world’s ability to sustain about 8 billion people (

    If the US is tied up in internal disputes, it will not be able to execute its worldwide policing power (will no longer have a blue water Navy, or expeditionary land and air forces). The short-term result will be a secession of payments for world stabilization — probably in the form of rejection of the US Dollar as the world reserve currency, and quite possibly as calling in US debts to their non-US citizen debt holders.

    Reduced trade -> smaller population, and considerable dispute about who dies. The UN estimates a quarter billion dead worldwide in 2021 just from COVID-19’s effect on the tourist / hotel sectors. One gets regional wars.

    Note that this happens as background in all of Sabrosky’s alternatives.

    Refugee flow may be substantial at first, but will not reduce casualties. Without trade, and with considerable internal strife, industrialized nations will simply be unable to feed, or even house, the volume of refugees expected. Hinterlands are already rejecting the political trick of bringing in foreign refugees to secure a majority in national elections, and this rejection would intensify given the anticipated refugee flow in all considered alternatives.


    Cities worldwide have grown to mega-cities since WW II. The population growth that could not be sustained in the country has gone to the cities. Most Western cities are economically obsolete, made so by containerization, rubber-tired transport, computers, enhanced communications (e.g. telephone, WWW, cheap air travel). Even contemporary manufacturing cities, which are mostly in South and East Asia, cannot accommodate all migration from the countryside. As a consequence, much of their population works in marginal service jobs, or in jobs dependent on international trade.

    All of these cities will be greatly reduced in size (or be deserted) in the long term. The economically productive part of every country’s economy is distributed throughout what now is the city’s hinterland. This I will call The Fall of the Cities

    We not only have The Fall of the Cities to consider. We also have the failure of the Enlightenment’s most basic political theory. Rational thought is not a common meeting ground for all people, not even when they are afraid that they will die (Hobbes thought that up, Locke built his theory on Hobbes). Different races appear to think in different ways, and appear unable to communicate significant abstractions. Physical force remains the

    ultima ratio

    , but is simply too destructive in a world where nuclear weapons will be used by the loser in a central war. The usual comparison is use of submachine guns and hand grenades in a boxing ring. Note that such a match would be hard on both spectators and contestants.

    Nobody knows what to do about this outcome, so we’re drifting into it.

    My point? This is a serious matter, more serious than even an excellent establishment trained and experienced analyst such as Sabrosky can admit without losing credibility. Take this matter seriously.

    Trump can minimize casualties in the US

    If the Democrat Party wins, they will have no alternative other than between massively increasing income for urban areas, in which their support base resides and disintegration. Massive increases in income for urban areas are not possible. The current taxation / seigniorage system is the most efficient possible. Destabilizing that system by cutting of world policing efforts or sharply increasing taxes on business in an attempt to increase funding for urban areas will sharply decrease income, not increase it. We see a precursor to that income reduction in the attempt by urban governments to demonstrate their authority through COVID-19 quarantines of the healthy. The reduction of DoD capabilities to a marginal level, resulting in European efforts to ally with the PRC and the RF, are another. Therefore, a Democrat Party failure to govern would cause many excess casualties as compared to a Trump’s alternative of a long overdue orderly urban shutdown through denial of extraordinary funding for pension debts and repair of riot damage.

    On the bright side, long term, Homo Sapiens seems to be developing a transportation capability within cis-Lunar space and (possibly) within the inner Solar system. This is a direct consequence of reduction in governmental power (NASA is no longer supreme), and will make many more resources available to at least some societies that support this development, although not all societies are capable of making commercial use of such capability (e.g. compare the Chinese Treasure Fleet,, with the Western European breakout after AD 1500).

    Homo Sapiens now has distributed trust systems (cryptocurrencies of various sorts), and might be developing decentralized distributed trust businesses. These would drastically reduce the barrier to entry and would tend to make monopolies uneconomic.

    In much the same way, development of the Flute ships during the AD 1500s ( materially aided the Western breakout that started c.a. AD 1500, and advances in credit management provided a European economy that could support the Breakout.

    • Replies: @Gapeseed
  69. geokat62 says:

    But your government is CIA, full stop.

    But your government is ZOG, full stop.

  70. Realist says:

    The states should get together and cancel their contract with the Fed Gov, the Supreme Court be damned.

    The SCOTUS has already damned itself.

    All the physical property consigned to the Fed Gov becomes state property.

    There would be a hell of a fight over that…no one to mediate.

  71. @TKK

    and an ugly black half breed maliciously releases a 3 second clip of it-

    This individual is also a homosexual, and dreams of being on the cover of Vogue. This fact adds an entire dimension to the whole sordid mess.

    • Thanks: Druid
  72. I found this article to be interesting food for thought on what is coming in 2021. As Yogi said: “It’s tough to make predictions, especially about the future.” However, I think that this analysis really misses the critical fact that both political parties (indeed those of most nations) are largely controlled by international finance. (globalists, Jewish power, etc) It is certainly possible that a civil war type scenario may be provoked, but if it is you can bet that there will be wealthy elites trying to game all sides and bring “ORDO AB CHAO “. You cannot take the politicians and voters at face value as really having power and correctly understand what is really going on. The US has been ruled by a hostile elite for a long time who have intentionally destroyed what was once a great country. Unfortunately, isolated individuals have very little power and the average person is far to apathetic and brain washed to stand up against the powers that be. One thing I am certain of is that things will not better in the US as a whole until they get much worse; I think systemic decline/collapse is pretty much inevitable at this point.

  73. @RoatanBill

    Sad but perhaps true. Rather than secession or dissolution of the USA, I’d prefer systematic state nullification of / open non-compliance with federal “laws.” Specifically, the great majority of federal “laws”, which are not issued pursuant to even a broad conception of any enumerated constitutional authority. Any purported federal mask “mandate”, anti-“social distancing” “mandate”, or vaccine “mandate” would fall into this category.

    But I guess that if we had state and county government officials willing to do that, we wouldn’t be in nearly this mess, eh? At least the few States that have some guts, some calm rational thinking, and love of liberty left, had better throw out their governors, county executives / commissioners, mayors, anyone who presumes to impose these disgusting restrictions — or who fails to actively defy federal lockdown, mask and other “orders” that are coming. Elect new leaders who will have federal officials arrested and expelled from the State if they try to enter or enforce the plan-demic police state.

    If the fed gov uses force against those States, then truck drivers from those States and others should simply stop delivering food, water, and goods to States that are supporting the dictators. No violence, just stop helping them. Want my children to live like prisoners? Then decent people everywhere stop helping your brainwashed bully ass.

    Given the failure of people in relatively sensible States to rise up, this seems unlikely at the moment. Continuing, accelerating economic, cultural, and physical decline seems likelier, leading to an effective dissolution of the USA as you said. Sigh….

    • Agree: Joe Levantine
    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  74. Art says:

    Path # 4 ——- NO WAR.

    Elect Tulsi Gabbard President in 2024 (start now).

    p.s. She is the most honest politician in America.

    p.s. Republican Party.

    p.s. The Jew phenomena totally fears her.

  75. bomag says:
    @anyone with a brain

    Honest intelligent people will emigrate…

    A few. But the rest of the world has similar problems; burgeoning populations and dysgenics is plenty prevalent.

    The thing will be to “shelter in place”; form like minded groups and insulate yourself from the rot.

    • Agree: TTSSYF
  76. @Just another serf

    Great comment. Lies are the primary tool of that which is evil and desires power. IT is easier to fool people to going along with an agenda rather than control them with hard power. “None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free.”

  77. Realist says:
    @Sick of Orcs

    Should Orange Golfbag retain what his mediocre performance suggests he doesn’t deserve (despite legit winning) he won’t suddenly fight against shitlibs. He’s been weak and capitulatory all 4 years; after another 4 we’ll be in the same position we are now.

    That is because he is a minion of the Deep State.

  78. @anon

    Yeah the author really leaves out the (((globalist))) angle. I do think that a civil war is possible, but it will likely be an engineered one, not an organic one.

    • Replies: @Johnny Rico
    , @Neoconned
  79. @Brian USA

    Dick Cheney was the civilian commander in charge of N0RAD that day. Where are the witnesses from N0RAD who could testify that he gave the do not shoot down orders? Are they alive? N0RAD did not protect the most important military headquarters on the planet that day. The Patriot missiles surrounding the Pentagon did not work either that day. The hijack alarm systems on all four planes did not function that day. Mossad had very important partners led by the mastermind Papa Shrub.

    • Thanks: gay troll
    • Replies: @Agent76
  80. 36 ulster says:

    Reluctantly, I have to agree. Yeah, he “fought”–but it was more a matter of slinging rather than body- or head-banging. And yet I voted for him nonetheless, for fear of something worse, given the issues at stake: legislative races, the Census, reapportionment, the Houses of Congress, Judges, Justices, demographics, etc. Some of us–I have no idea how many–no doubt took the path of appeasement, either sitting this one out or voting for the Veg–in the hope that the terrorists and nihilists would be placated. For now, the Soros Stipends seem to have been suspended, but no doubt that crime family has ample reserves for future conflict. OK, Boomers, let’s see how long your Separate Peace lasts now that the
    Phony War is about to end. With the author’s Option #2 very unlikely. I’m resigned to some combination of Animal Farm, Brave New World–and Idiocracy. President Kamacho, how does that sound? What’s that? “We’ll lick ’em next time?” Yeah, right.

    • Agree: Franz
  81. @Scut Farkus

    You’re the one honoring Biden, who’s as generic a product of the US Ziocorporate factory of establishment politicians as you can get, with a mention.

    It’s the Trumpet that’s been marketed as an “outsider”, a maverick, anti-deep state extraodinaire who was to bring about change, supposedly.

    If your MAGA hat’s so tight you can’t see beyond the Trump-Biden fake choice, that your problem, you’re clearly one of those that was led by CNN hysterics to love Trump, the people behind Ziocorporate media got y’all partisans of either side well figured out to entertain and manipulate your feelings while the NWO consolidates right in front of your faces, with Trump’s acquienscence. Guess having the CIA’s “We Lie, Cheat, Steal” Pompeo managing foreign policy, or selling \$400 billions in weapons for Ziodi Wahhabia’s war on Yemen, that started under the Obama/Biden regime, wasn’t clarifying enough for the partisan lot to understand.

    That’s what happens when you love whoever CNN “hates”.

  82. Mikael_ says:

    What you’re actually saying -but forget to mention-
    is your anarchic system will be entirely voluntary, which also means everyone reserves the right to reject any, just a little bit centralized, system of Rule of Law.
    Which leads to everybody has to for himself find out who he/she can trust or not. And dish out punishment for extreme misdeeds themselves, if deemed necessary.
    Which is actually very close to the ‘Rule of the Jungle’, or in more sophisticated terms ‘Bellum omnium contra omnes.’

    (If you see a variant how your anarchist system would still have a Rule of Law while not becoming a governed society, feel free to lay it out here.)

    Otherwise: Talk about naïve, and stupid.

    • Disagree: Bro43rd
  83. Mikael_ says:
    @Brian USA

    That’s all very interesting,
    but as long as you painstakingly avoid to use the word Christianity, you’ve already lost the battle you are describing.

  84. bomag says:

    Questioning the traitors’ goals and motives could have put them on the defensive.

    Plenty of that went on, but the other side has zombie-fied so much of the press that they can just dial in whatever level of outrage they need.

  85. Defcon says:

    We are going to experience 1917 Russia, it was delayed 4 years by massive turnout for Trump that upended the fraud, this was not supposed to happen. From 2017 through 2018 the Republicans held all three branches, what did the accomplish? Nothing. The only solution was martial law and military tribunals starting January 21st 2017, instead Trump pandered to jews and blacks, so we find ourselves in the current situation. If tribunals had taken place in 2017, we’d likely be through it by now, instead the traitors have more power than ever. The United States is officially a banana republic, are we going to sit by until we are brought before the truth and reconciliation committee? I was going to link to illustrate the parallels that can be seen in the bolshevik takeover, but it too is gone.

    To the point of the military, they are a bloated, barely trained support system for a few highly trained combat soldiers that make up the tip of the spear. Actual combat proven soliders turning aginst the people doesn’t seem very likely, our actual threat is the domestic enemies, ie. Pigs and three letter agencies, for example waco and ruby ridge. As for the navy, they can operate anonymously for a great deal of time, even in the event of a complete government collapse we would be safe from an external threat. The national guard would likely be a problem, as we saw after Katrina. I can make no prediction about the airforce.

    I had the opportunity to talk to a Serb about their collapse and civil war, the comment he made that I won’t soon forget was “when you find your niece and nephew raped and strangled in there front yard still in their dinosaur pajamas and you brother and sister in law missing, you know you’re in a civil war.” He also made a valid point when he asked me along what lines could the US balkanize? Almost all of our cities are lost, across the nation, we have critical infrastructure, ports and military bases, can we afford to lose any of these? I know I sound like a Lincoln loyalists, but what is the proper answer? Giving up the left coast would be a rallying point for foreign invasion.

    I could go on, but it would turn into lengthy and depressing essay, so I’ll end here.

    • Replies: @annamaria
  86. Mikael_ says:
    @Digital Samizdat

    While I agree with a lot you say,
    one thing self-contradicts a bit I think: What military power would that UN have, with the US military split up and/or disbanded, after a breakup of the states?

  87. @RadicalCenter

    States not complying with Federal laws and regulations is one thing, but the people are still going to be robbed by the IRS and have their Social Security and other obligations intertwined with the Fed Gov.

    The states need to turn their people’s attention back to the state level and gain control of the Federal resources so individuals can survive. That can only happen if the states get rid of the Fed Gov by declaring it over and having their populations back them up.

    It’s going to take the failure of the Dollar to trigger the end of the Fed Gov. When Social Security money, pension obligations, etc, no longer buy a loaf of bread is when things get real. That’s when the states are going to point at the profligate Fed Gov and convince their population that they are already as low as they can get when the currency becomes worthless that they need to return to some rational system other than fiat currency and the states will grab Federal property (land, buildings, equipment, etc) and sell them off to fund a new money system.

    The precious metals and other commodities will form the transition money. Gold and silver will eventually become the actual money. It’s happened before in history and it’s going to happen again. Everything gets a new valuation.

    • Agree: Joe Levantine
    • Replies: @c matt
  88. Agent76 says:

    Dec 11, 2020 Unbelievable! They’re Trying To Stop Trump From Sending The Troops Home!

    In this video, we do a deep dive on the NDAA and how it stops the United States president from ending a conflict, as well as what Senator Rand Paul is doing about this.

  89. anon[228] • Disclaimer says:

    We have Amazon(Mississippi river ) and t he tribes living within 20 miles of it from north to gulf of Mexico with high IQ ,bowling alley,tavern,and church,lot of goat,chicken,rooster,cows ,and few tours to Yetiland of somewhere country under the belt . We also have the blacks speaking non- Portuguese and a lot of Latino ,number of Lebanese and Syrian and Chinese .

    We will do fine particularly with popular leader Balmsamra -alligator ( Bolsonaro) swimming in the water .

  90. Agent76 says:
    @Charles Carroll

    You should dive into this and learn what most do not know. September 07, 2016 September 11, 2001: The 15th Anniversary of the Crime and Cover-up of the Century “What Really Happened”?

    New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani to be trucked away and shipped to China – an order that constitutes disturbing a crime scene – which is a federal crime.

    • Replies: @Charles Carroll
  91. @Biff

    the heavy handed weapons of enforcement will be collecting the taxes and you will be made to pay.

    We could devolve into a Greek-like economy where the tax laws are in place, .gov tries to enforce them, but the average population focuses a large part of its productive day into clever forms of tax evasion.

    One form of that evasion is just working less, turning into an economy with long lunch hours, long naps, and late alcohol and drug-fueled nights, and not a whole lot of real work getting done.

    The “hustlers” will have family businesses where all the “books” are kept in the head of the head of the family, and much of the “payments” are in-kind/barter.

    “They pretend to govern, we pretend to obey.”

  92. @Art

    Add Cynthia McKinney and Dennis Kucinich and you could split the Democrats. Toss in Rand Paul and the Repubs would be looking a bit naked as well.

    • Agree: nokangaroos
  93. tomo says:
    @anyone with a brain

    I am from Yugoslavia and I can tell you that America is far more polarized, disunited and ready to explode than anything I have ever seen in Yugoslavia. I grew up there and spent 14 years living all across JUSSA
    Even now when I go back to Serbia – I am pleasantly surprised how much happier, united and meaningfully socially connected they are (after all the USA-instigated wars they suffered) than slavish, confused, turned against each other Americans.
    Oh, and I only saw ONE beggar last time I was in Serbia – a gypsy woman I took a photo of here – she was counting a big bunch of notes she got after a day of begging.
    Compare to covered in shit San Francisco, LA, Seattle, Honolulu with all the tent cities, syringes, mentally damaged homeless jumping on people passing by for no reason etc…I only ever see such horror in ‘non-Balkanized’ JUSA

    • Replies: @follyofwar
    , @Irish Savant
  94. Excuse me, but with all due respect, didn’t go through a week or two of articles and comments about “phony” doctors, apropos Dr. Jill Stein?

    I certainly think a PhD. is “real” and worthy of the “Dr.” title, and Dr. Sabrosky’s Wikipedia entry shows real academic accomplishment (and honorable military service) but the consensus among the self-certified “alpha males” here seems to be that if you can’t (or shouldn’t) take out an appendix, you’re not a “real” doctor. (Which, by the way, makes psychiatrists “real” doctors but not dentists or podiatrists, but I digress).

    If it’s Dr. Sabrosky then it’s Dr. Stein.

    • Replies: @Anon
    , @anon
    , @c matt
    , @BeeGee
  95. Walter says:

    If the “virus” requires a distance of 6 feet (just assume that’s true for a moment), what, then, happens when the wind blows?


    60 mph = 88 feet persecond.

    Now then, take a drive, or ride a motorbike…breathe in the exhalations (masks and unmarked) from the cars in front of you – separations often only a couple of seconds…

    Motorcyclists often travel in line, rebreathing the deadly “virus” from those ahead…

    Oh! MY! They’ll all die!

    (but they don’t even get sick)

    Thus it’s obvious that they’re lying.

    • LOL: Larchmonter420
  96. @Kratoklastes

    Thanks. I almost laughed when I read his “both of which seem to abound in the modern Democrat party” comment. Unfortunately, like most Americans, Mr. Sabrosky buys into the phony Marx narrative and the false left-right paradigm.
    The current Democrat party is statist, there is no question, just as Marx was a statist. However, Marxist centralization was compared to a Rothschild bank, by his socialist critics, who were anarchists, not statists, and did not consider Marx to be a socialist. Turns out Marx was a Rothschild 3rd cousin.
    Even if we accept the notion that the Democrat Party was “left” and full of communists, how do they compare to other communist regimes? Did the Soviet Bloc have open borders? Do China and North Korea have open borders?
    If the overwhelming majority of Americans cannot process that the only commune the Democrat Party is part of is the commune of international bankers, financial institutions, and globalist corporations, don`t expect them to understand anarchy.

  97. Agent76 says:

    This is a great presentation and review.

    Sep 8, 2020 Why Aren’t Insurers 9/11 Truthers? – Questions For Corbett

    As we approach the 19th anniversary of the 9/11 false flag, Leonard writes in to ask about the insurers who paid Silverstein and his cohorts over four and a half billion dollars as a result of those attacks.

    • Replies: @stevennonemaker88
  98. anonymous[131] • Disclaimer says:

    geokat62 (70,) How many paramilitary divisions does the ZOG have?

    I was just reading the National Security Act, the Central Intelligence Agency Act, The Intelligence Identities Protection Act, the operational files exemption, the political questions doctrine, the state secrets privilege, the utmost deference doctrine, the deference upon deference doctrine, FASAB Standard 56, NSC 10/2, the National Security Directive of December 19, 1947, the Rogers-Huston memo et seq. And I didn’t see ZOG in there. That’s all shit that CIA can do.

    Where does the ZOG get its impunity? Cause CIA’s got impunity written into US law and regulation, so if this ZOG thing you dreamed up gets in their way, they’ll just whack em or torture them to death, just like any president or senator or a judge or rich asshole or you or me or anybody else.

    Now it is quite possible that this ZOG sucks up to CIA. Is Sheldon Adelson in the ZOG? He runs errands for CIA, blackmailing Chink VIPs and bugging Assange in breach of the Convention on Diplomatic Relations. If he’s such a ZOG big shot, why doesn’t he boss them around instead? Is Felix Sater in the ZOG? He bragged about being a CIA agent. He was gonna make a movie of his CIA spy life until CIA said shut up, you got to dress up as a Kremlin henchman now, put on your fuzzy hat and squat and do that kicky dance. And he did, with a total straight face.

    Was Tongsun Park in the ZOG? He bribed everybody for CIA like their Izzie agents do now. AIPAC’s just got Tongsun Parks’ old job. Mossad took over for the KCIA cause ROK is a CIA satellite state. Just like Israel now.

    • Replies: @gay troll
  99. JamesinNM says:

    Read and compare Romans 2:28-29 with Revelation 2:9 and 3:9. Research the reader survey titled “Defense of True Israel” at WWW dot MISSIONTOISRAEL dot ORG. At the final judgement the truth will be shouted from the rooftops and all evil will suffer the second death and burn for eternity. Life on earth is a mere breath, but eternity is forever. Choose Jesus, confess, and repent.

    • Replies: @anon
    , @stevennonemaker88
  100. DinoN says:

    You can also go to Israel, join them and take over the Middle East!

  101. What is happening in this nation is so serious that if the choice was up to me I’d make President Trump a dictator. OH MY LORD!!! Say the “democrats”, etc. The democrats are not serving the people, so it’s a moot point what clowns and traitors like Paul Ryan, Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer, Mitch “mumbles” McConnell, Or any of the rest of the “believers” in democracy WHO AREN’T say. The system is so rotten it doesn’t have the means to correct itself. Having said this, I hope everyone has a great new year, anyway.

  102. The dystopia that seems to loom limitless, as the CO-19 issue unfolds are both, for the most part a contrivance, a tool, by big financiers to keep the proles in a constant state of panic. How else could vastly disparate cultures, economies and countries fall so gracefully, suddenly in line with that ancient tout so old that its new “propaganda”: that germs are everywhere and we all need to shut down (our brains) and wear masks. This unmistakably graceful global collaboration was orchestrated by BlackRock, NYC- the worlds largest investment manager, telling sovereign state leaders when to stand, sit or roll over. CO-19 has something to do with controlling the inflation of fiat currencies,globally -but I can’t prove it.

    A “nuclear option” that responds to those despicable decisions to end the Glass-Steagall firewall (Bill Clinton) later the 2008 bank bailouts and then endless QE easing, does indeed exist. To explore the nuke option, lets return the mid 1950’s. It was here that a deliberate scheme was launched, making new inroads into as yet untapped and worldwide raw commodities thus ensuring “successful” capitalism. It required a continuous market expansion and exploitation of second and third world countries, especially China. The Rockefellers understood this more than anyone so steps were taken to revamp the CIA into a “field operative” cabal. They would ply the black arts of murder, corruption, blackmail and extortion, paving the way for groundbreaking investment into new markets abroad a.k.a., slave labor and extraction enterprises in poor countries. This subversion of an intelligence and information gathering agency (Truman’s original intention) into what the CIA is today, signaled what transnational corporate policy would be…that is, to contrive a new form of “collateral” found within the the black arts as a means to insure against loss (peasant revolution) on monies invested by stock holders. Now the mask of these capitalists have been torn off. In response, a whole new and worldwide economic paradigm is surfacing. Again that nuclear option is coming into focus. It will guarantee privileges for a vast pool of human indentured servitude, creating contractual time lines for slave like services however done with dignity, union worker with benefits and fellowship not unlike the IWW by fashioning of a new Magna Carta, it will be a delegation of elected officials accompanied with formal representation at the UN, BRIC, SCO as well as corporate conventions such as the Bilderberg Group.

  103. Anon[369] • Disclaimer says:
    @Peter D. Bredon

    Excuse me, but with all due respect, didn’t go through a week or two of articles and comments about “phony” doctors, apropos Dr. Jill Stein?

    I certainly think a PhD. is “real” and worthy of the “Dr.” title, and Dr. Sabrosky’s Wikipedia entry shows real academic accomplishment (and honorable military service) but the consensus among the self-certified “alpha males” here seems to be that if you can’t (or shouldn’t) take out an appendix, you’re not a “real” doctor. (Which, by the way, makes psychiatrists “real” doctors but not dentists or podiatrists, but I digress).

    If it’s Dr. Sabrosky then it’s Dr. Stein.


    Jill Stein, M.D., graduated from Harvard Medical School and practiced internal medicine in Boston for 25 years.

    Did you mean Jill Biden, Ed.D?

  104. I like Alan Sabrosky, but not sure he’s on the mark with this piece.

    To my mind, nothing big or explosive is going to happen, other than we will continue to be collectively subjected to greater and greater restrictions on our activities and thinking, via a constrictor-like grip the media has on the minds of the majority of Americans, who still watch TV and believe in their social media platforms, like Facebook and Twitter, both of which are ridiculously obvious mind-control propaganda for the ‘elites’.

    Americans never understood that their diet is poisoned with endless sugars (especially HFCS) that wreak havoc on our metabolisms, inflammatory fats that slowly damage brain function, and female estrogenizing compounds via ubiquitous soy additives and EDCs (endocrine disrupting compounds) that most countries freely allow their proles to ingest on a daily basis, making us feminized, tranquilized and dumbed-down on a grand scale. The ruling elites love it. And it is everywhere, all around the world.

    Chinese or east asian supremacy? Ever seen recent pictures of the girly-men of east Asia, with their pendulous breasts that look more like young women than men? Nauseating, and I see it all around me here in the USA as well. We are overfed in every regard on trash and underfed on discipline, hard work and intellectual challenges. The ability to say, “NO!” to the unmitigated, unending garbage shoved in our faces every minute of every day is our collective downfall, and it is likely only to accelerate as we are locked down into greater depression and submission more and more.

    And submit we will. Only a few will actively resist the onslaught of lies and deceit we are continually subjected to, and those will have their names duly noted, as is happening already in Spain (see here: Don’t want The Jab? Okay, you’re on the official list of crazies who think it’s all a conspiracy to rob us of our health and our futures.

    In New York there is proposed legislation for not only mandating “The Jab” (see here:, but also for locking up anyone deemed a “Covid-carrier” for possibly up to 90 days, without any real civil rights being observed (see here: Will they pass? I sure as hell hope not! But we shall see.

    No need for any civil wars. No fracturing of countries. The battle was lost long ago, as we allowed the most sacred temples, our bodies and our minds, to be polluted non-stop, as noted above. And now the bitter harvest.

    Your best bet over the long haul is a well-integrated community of like-minded people, armed and continually well-stocked with food and provisions. Mormons come immediately to mind, at least in the Western USA, and maybe there are others, but mostly we are atomized and easy prey. And frankly, as much as I respect them, I’d have a hard time being a Mormon, or any other close-knit religious group, as I am by nature a free-thinker, and free-thinkers usually stand alone much of the time, for better or worse.

    So while I feel Sabrosky is off the mark in what he says, the likely end result is equally appalling, no matter how you look at it.

    (Maybe we should start a community of “Unzers”, but if the comments I read on a daily basis are any indication, we’d be at each other’s throats in no time……. ) 😉

    • Thanks: Joe Levantine
    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
  105. @RoatanBill

    I foresee the trajectory of Little Britain (only bigger) … bankruptcy, one final world war, then a slow descent into insignificance but in full denial.
    Balkanization? RaHoWa? Maybe the coasts …
    Throughout history empires above a certain size have proven incapable of shrinking themselves back to health.

  106. @anyone with a brain

    Honest intelligent people will emigrate

    Where to? I take it you don’t mean Mexico or Ghana?

    I’m always amazed at the entitlement with which Americans speak of emigrating, as if every white country in the world would be thrilled to have a large influx of Americans who fled their own (rather magnificent!) country rather than stand and fight. The globalists are not going to stop when they have destroyed America, America is just ahead of the curve. So why should we believe that you’d defend your new homeland if you don’t even defend your native land?

    Europe is pretty fed up with mass migration, and it’s not just about skin color, it’s about foreign cultures establishing parallel societies on our soil. Better get your visa application in fast, before the walls go up.

    • Replies: @Mikael_
  107. @Mikael_

    Well said. The problem with so called anarchy is that nature abhors a vacuum. In this case a power vacuum; which WILL be filled by someone, if none is established.

  108. Schuetze says:

    Ice Age Farmer calls them engineered food shortages. They are engineered just like the climate and the waves of “covid” that keep sweeping the planet.

    In his latest broadcast he discusses the shitstorm hitting soybean production and how this is a key component of the entire protein chain across the planet.

    In Argentina soy production is being sabotaged, in the US feed producers are hoarding soybeans, in China they are already buying up the 2021 soybean harvest, in Nigeria soy shortages have become acute, in Zimbabwe there is no feed for livestock, in Brazil the harvest has already been devastated.

    A few articles:

    Just look at this price chart for Tecrum soybean ETF:

    “Food Justice” is about to hit the fan.

    • Agree: thotmonger
    • Thanks: Alfred
    • Replies: @Schuetze
    , @Alfred
    , @Brás Cubas
  109. @Agent76

    I have watched that excellent video previously. James Corbett is a great source. All of the big players have too much to lose if they go against the flow or allow the whole racket to fall apart.

  110. @hotrod31

    Trump is/was a buffoon, a stinking rich buffoon. However, in his defence as leader of his party … he was destined to be a Dindu Nuffin (substantive) because he had a traitor in his midst, Jarred Kushner, consequently his every move was anticipated and controlled.

    Pleezzz, give Trump the Artful, Best Negotiator and his Talented, Real Estate Wheeler/Dealer son-in-law Kushner credit where credit is due.

    We Arabs, have been ready since 1948 to make peace with Israel on any terms desired by Israel. Since 1948, none of the President recognized this. It was the Best Negotiator Trump who took off the Jerusalem from the table. The Talented Kushner who put a wedge in GCC and made them fight each other for which Qatar paid him close to a billion dollars to bail out his 666 Empire. After UAE and Bahrain, now all the Arab countries are falling like dominoes to have peace with Israel.

    The two Arch Enemies, KSA and Qatar are battling each other who will be the first one to make peace with Israel. God bless Trump.

    Blessed be Ha Kushners and Blessed be Ha Shem!

    Best regards,


  111. @Curmudgeon

    If the overwhelming majority of Americans cannot process that the only commune the Democrat Party is part of is the commune of international bankers, financial institutions, and globalist corporations, don`t expect them to understand anarchy.

    Those same international bankers, financial institutions and globalist institutions have spent (and continue to spend) billions (perhaps trillions!) of dollars in decades of mass media/big media propaganda to make sure the majority of Americans were clueless.

    Don’t blame the victim.

  112. Hillaire says:

    Indeed, a sage post ,this article just describes the theatre and mind fuckery at play, you are describing the stark reality..

    As always the biggest problem is the people themselves and the delusion they actually have any agency or input.

    Trump will polish his sheriffs badge and waltz off into the distance, pelosi will reign in the ‘squad’, and the davos crowd will have you all in hutches eating soy gruel and beetleburger.

    anti-panties and aimless blacks are the least of your worries.

    • Replies: @cranc
  113. Smarby says:

    Think Russia in 1921 at the end of its civil war, when the Bolsheviks defeated the Whites and their foreign allies. Think of what followed in the Soviet Union, in relatively short order.

    Nice article, but I think a better comparison would be the CCP winning the Chinese Civil War and kicking the KMT off the mainland. There will be a faction of “conservatives” or however they’re labelled that will consider themselves the “Real Americans”, much like Taiwan considers themselves the “Real China”. Meanwhile, our single-party socialist/communist state shores up power using neo-Maoist (tomato/tohmato with neo-Marxism) tactics. Just replace landlords with “white people” and “reactionaries” with “racists” and “white supremacists”.

  114. Schuetze says:
    @Old and Grumpy

    “Use your ammo supply wisely.”

    Who are you going to shoot at when the shelves of Walmart, Costco and Alberstons are empty because of food production and logistics collapse?

    Sure, you might be able to protect what little supplies you have, but in the end it will only be a contest between who starves last, and in the end that may just be a contest between who resorts to cannibalism first.

    We are all members of the Donner Party now.

  115. @Walter

    If the “virus” requires a distance of 6 feet (just assume that’s true for a moment), what, then, happens when the wind blows?


  116. @Digital Samizdat

    Trump is in one sense a sideshow and in another an accidental catalyst for revolutionary change. As a sideshow he is Chief Restructuring Officer of a bankrupt Empire growing more bankrupt by the second. He is feckless and foolish as only a mainstream billionaire can be listening to how money talks. As a ruler of a nation torn twelve different directions he let a rot creep into the wood staying focused on the color of the paint on the wood. He did not try to inspire or lead. And yet, as a President, not seemingly as deeply corrupt as all of them after Reagan. Corrupt in the sophisticated world of New York as wheeler dealer but not a water carrier for the minds behind the Great Reset.

    We see an iceberg. Much of it invisible.

    Trump may be acting now in other venues than Congress and public opinion to preserve the Union and save it from becoming a satrapy of China.

    If not…

  117. @Scut Farkus

    Not that there’s been any notable progress made on that front.

    The first step in solving a problem is getting people to see the problem. That has now been done. It was not so ten years ago.

    The problem is corruption, what Mr. Trump calls the Swamp. It permeates every aspect of what was once a Republic, which is no longer a nation of laws and has not been one for a long while. It infects both parties, the judiciary, the D.A.s, the A.G.s, the law, the public service, and the largest cities and states. All complicit in the stolen election.

    If Trump can drain the Swamp, he will be seen as a great president. Don’t let anyone sell him short.

    • Replies: @onebornfree
  118. anon[228] • Disclaimer says:
    @Peter D. Bredon

    Psychiatrist are MD . Sometimes some of them have the luxury of having been trained in dual residencies –neurology and psychiatry ,psychiatry and family practice or ,psychiatry and internal medicine. Dentists don’t go to medical school. Neither does the podiatrist.

  119. anon[228] • Disclaimer says:

    Which one? The one from Nazareth or the one crafted by Paul or by Emperor Constantine.

  120. By-tor says:

    China is not invading the indebted, mentally and politically crippled USA for a number of reasons, but the most obvious one is this: The only country in the world with the required inventory of very large long-range military transports and the necessary base and logistics network to pull off an overseas military invasion is the US. This has been true since WWII and nothing has changed.

    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
  121. @JamesinNM

    The whole “burn for eternity” thing is actually not a biblical teaching, but is rather based on the concept of tartarus in greek mythology. The scriptures teach us that “the wages of sin is death”. Not “the wages of sin is to be alive but be tortured forever because God loves you soo much. ” The second death means destruction, not the bizarre concept of eternal torture that various heretics have come up with to paint God as a sadistic monster. The fact of the matter is that if you throw a human into a volcano (the only physical thing in God’s creation that could be called a lake of fire) they are burned up and destroyed. It is highly telling that perverse evangelicals choose to interpret the idea of hell fire literally but choose to interpret the word “death” figuratively.

    • Replies: @Getaclue
  122. R2b says:

    Big thanks for description!
    Dont know why THAT was censored?
    May we sink the covid1984-Titanic!

  123. geokat62 says:

    The domestic terrorist group, ADL, is tracking the “extremists” planning to attend the Jan 6 protests…

    • Thanks: Larchmonter420
    • Replies: @Larchmonter420
  124. Walter says:

    Above some people speak of the possibility of nuclear conflict.

    Gilbert Doctorow says the Solarwind “hack” was real, and Russian, and they were sending the message that they can shut down the US. Sending that to the bosses, not to us subjects.

    Putin was recently asked if it was true that Russia could defeat the US in 30 minutes.

    He said No, quicker than 30 minutes.

    With these claims in mind, and recalling that no responsible great power could permit the US to loose control of the nuclear weapons and power stations and petrochemical refineries and so forth, and also recalling that all major powers were involved in the last US civil war, and that Russia prevented their landing… recalling this it’s obvious that Sabrosky has given us a simplified view.

    The Chinese and the Russians will have no other responsible choice than to get deeply involved in the collapse of Power in the US.

    Bet on it. (and don’t bet that there will not be war crimes trials too)

  125. nsa says:

    MAGAstinian Alert #2: Ossoff +1.8. Warnock +2.2. Trumpstein visiting GA doing his lame gay granddad dance to the fag pickup anthem YMCA should seal the runoff for the Ds. The latest tape with Trumpstein whining girlie style didn’t help the R cause either. Does anyone over the age of 13 really use the word “fair”?

    • Agree: Haxo Angmark
    • Replies: @Getaclue
    , @RadicalCenter
  126. @geokat62

    The domestic terrorist group, ADL

    Nice touch!

    • Agree: annamaria
    • Thanks: geokat62
  127. @tomo

    Seriously, then, why haven’t you returned to live in Serbia? I’m too old now to start over, but, if I had a home country to go to, I would be on the first flight.

    • Replies: @gsjackson
  128. BADmejr says:

    So… under anarchist principals, there is no belief in a utopia, but rather only a belief that the best system POSSIBLE (given obvious impossibility of utopia) for human societies is to be instituted. Got it. It’s a good clarification given that all those who push for utopias under various belief systems actually state that under their versions of how societies will run, they would be absolute utopias.

  129. botazefa says:

    And here I was thinking I am an optimist.

    And I’m thinking maybe we’re erring on not being pessimistic enough. If it is true that we’re never more than 24 hours and three meals away from chaos, all that’s really needed to flatten the US is a computer hacking event that disrupts US food supply chains for awhile. Doesn’t even need to affect the whole country.

  130. botazefa says:

    When the young start going hungry or start having their rights taken away only then will they realize the errors of their ways

    Aren’t the young more impacted by the negative effects of covid19 crackdowns? Aren’t they having their rights taken away?

    The young won’t notice so long as TikTok loads reliably on their phones, I suspect the young will continue to enjoy their slow frog boil.

    Sorry, but this is no time for irrational optimism in American youth. They don’t read maps, write in cursive, or know their multiplication tables. They are cannon fodder at best.

    • Agree: TTSSYF
  131. Anonymous[901] • Disclaimer says:
    @anyone with a brain

    expect a decrease in immigration and an increase in emigration.

    I agree that America will go into decline, as I believe the first scenario laid out by the author is the likeliest outcome, but I disagree that there will be a decrease in immigration. In fact, I think it’ll greatly accelerate. America will become a free-for-all under the Dems and the globalist left, and in a scenario akin to the end of the Roman empire, be overwhelmed by huns (yellows) and visigoths (blacks and browns) until it is no more.

    But the elites will not go down quietly, they’ll go down in flames, by engaging in more foreign wars, most likely with Iran, Russia(through Ukraine), Venezuela and finally, China, which will bring about the end of the American empire.

    • Replies: @Sin City Milla
  132. geokat62 says:

    Descending Dystopias: America Faces 2021

  133. Svevlad says:

    Options 2 and 3 are essentially 2a and 2b. Only if a civil war occurs, will then be a chance for the “ultrawar”

    And make no mistake about it, if that happens, well, one-third would be the least likely number. The actual casualties would be somewhere above 2/3rds of the population. Even more if you consider the fact that in such a war Canada and Mexico will instantly implode, creating an entire continent that’s essentially a giant Somalia on steroids, with extra genocide. The main goal will start to be getting their hands on nukes and wiping out the other – foreigners will ensure that the conflict is contained and goes on as long as possible.

    When everyone beats eachother up enough, it’s colonization 2.0 except even worse to the natives – beating quotas, human zoos, the whole nine yards.

    But that’s just the option 2B.

    There’s option 2C where it grows into a chain reaction and the entire world is sunk into eternal warfare, forever

  134. Mikael_ says:

    That’s quite a word salad.
    Except that you dislike bankers and globalists and seem to like anarchy, I cannot take any straight thought out from it.

    • Replies: @Curmudgeon
  135. onebornfree says: • Website
    @Peripatetic Itch

    The first step in solving a problem is getting people to see the problem. That has now been done. It was not so ten years ago.

    The problem is corruption, what Mr. Trump calls the Swamp. It permeates every aspect of what was once a Republic, which is no longer a nation of laws and has not been one for a long while. It infects both parties, the judiciary, the D.A.s, the A.G.s, the law, the public service, and the largest cities and states. All complicit in the stolen election.”

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

    “The State is a gang of thieves writ large – the most immoral, grasping and unscrupulous individuals in any society.” Murray Rothbard

    Regards, onebornfree

  136. @Dumbo

    A big shithole country without so much worldwide influence.

    There, fixed that for you.

  137. Mikael_ says:
    @Felix Krull

    >Where to?
    It’s a rather easy progression of thoughts to figure that out.
    – as you want to escape US’ negative influence, the Five Eyes are ruled out immediately.
    – beyond that, all the US allies (which are actually vassals) drop off the list as well.
    – every country claiming to be neutral, but without the military might to defend themselves against US military adventurism, can be scratched too.
    – that leaves Russia or China (or countries either of those two have clearly stated to help defend by all means.. maybe Belarus makes the cut here.)

    Now to the second point, nobody would be thrilled to have a large influx of Americans, yes.
    But if [as an American] you’ve come to realize your patriotism is not to a country but to commonly agreed upon highest values, and you therefore consider yourself not an American but a Christian, you might be more welcomed in some places.

    (But are you implying Americans would establish parallel societies in Europe? Absolute hilarious!)

    • Replies: @Katrinka
  138. Catdog says:

    Texas tried that already, remember?

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  139. Adrian E. says:

    A strong indication of US decline is that – also in this text – the late and weak reaction to COVID-19 is called „overreaction“.

    In a country that is not in decline, people would rationally compare the options and see that the weak response in. the US is in every respect – for the economy, people’s health etc. – inferior to the fast, competent reaction in East Asian countries.

    In a country with some sanity, hardly anyone would defend the weak and slow response of the US to COVID-19. Only in a country in the final stages of decline, such extreme parochialism in which this is even called „overreaction“ and in which the absurd belief that letting the virus spread benefits the economy is possible.

    The most plausible explanation is that subconsciously Americans are aware that they are inferior to East Asians, but they are afraid to have to admit this and therefore completely refuse to look at how others were more successful with challenges like COVID-19, and therefore extreme irrationalism reigns in the US.

    • LOL: Stan d Mute
    • Replies: @By-tor
  140. Cat says:

    As usual, Dr. Alan Sabrosky provides some very thought-provoking analysis as we go into January 6th, 20th, and beyond. I do, however, have a somewhat different take, especially on his #4 “dystopia scenario.”

    Here are the 4 scenarios Dr. Sabrosky laid out:
    1. Biden wins. Wokesterism on steroids takes over. Most likely.
    2. Trump wins. Ugly, bloody civil war. Unknown wild card.
    3. Endless civil war. Long shot. Possible, but not probable.
    4. Left wins a #2-style civil war. 1984 + Animal Farm. Possible, but not probable.

    The way I see it is that Trump won by a landslide. My guesstimate is by about 2/3 to Biden’s 1/3. But as the Democrats have voiced all along, come hell or high water, Trump is not going to have a second term. I believe we can count on them carrying out their long-planned Transition Integrity Project coup d’etat. In other words, the Democrats’ paymasters will proceed forward with their regime-change color revolution against the US no matter if it’s proven that Trump won fair and square.

    So will a Trump win then incur a civil war as Dr. Sabrosky speculates? I say no, certainly not a long war. The Dems are going to want to nip any defeat in the bud and go for a brutal quick win. From almost day one, I speculate they will reinstitute the riots, looting, and “mostly peaceful protests” (which had curiously ended November 3). After a couple weeks of a more extreme version of civil disruption, I believe Trump will step down obviating a short-term civil war. The forces against him are too powerful not to.

    Practically the entire Deep State Establishment is arrayed against Trump, including Big Media, Big Tech, Big Pharma, Wall Street, the ABC agencies, and sufficient bought-off Big Military guns. Nonetheless, Trump has barely made a stand for himself, either through his own lack of will and/or the fact that he’s beholden to the duopoly, outsider status notwithstanding. And forget the traditional Republicans, including Pence. They’ve mostly turned tail and run into the arms of the Democrats, their duopoly brethren. Due to wokester infiltration in the military, as Dr. Sabrosky points out, the troops are fractionalized and thus can’t be counted on to collectively disobey any mutiny orders from on high.

    So that leaves a few white hats and patriotic Republicans to fight the good fight, along with the support of the ~74 million people who voted for Trump. ( Many like myself are NOT Trump supporters, but know Team Biden is an express train to totalitarianism.) But as Dr. Sabrosky correctly surmised, “Disgruntled Trump supporters grumble, but do no more, nor is there any reason to expect more from them.”

    So, no, given the imbalanced sides, I am not anticipating a short bloody civil war if Trump wins. It would be a wild card like Dr. Sabrosky said, but the greater possibility in my opinion would be a short, widespread, violent, civil insurrection. Such a disruption could possibly be coupled with some form of official fuckery until Trump steps down “for the good of the country.” We should also not rule out a Trump assassination.

    All to say, I believe we will see Dr. Sabrosky’s #1 dystopia scenario combined with some variation of #2. The net result will be a traumatic coup d’etat billed as something else, but with Trump out of office and the Democrats taking over. Perhaps Biden/Harris, but more assuredly Harris and a strong Cheney-type vice president with actual command power.

    But I don’t believe a #1/#2 wokester takeover dystopia is the end of it. While Dr. Sabrosky sees a 1984 outcome as “not probable,” I disagree. Nowhere does his analysis account for the massive elephant in the room – the global coup d’etat currently in process by the Davos plutocrats. The 2020 US election, like the fake pandemic, lockdowns, and BLM riots, are not disparate events. They are all chess pieces to usher in the ultimate dystopia that has been years in the making: The New World Order.

    Now being marketed as The Great Reset, the US coup is just a subset of the globalists’ unprecedented power grab. Their radical transformation of all humanity is not just based on 1984 and Animal Farm, but a Big Pharma engineering of Brave New World as well. While winning the hearts and minds of Americans is pivotal – as goes the US, so goes the world – it’s not mandatory. The sad, frightening truth is that with a takeover by the globalists’ Democrats proxy, the reality will most probably be a cluster fuck of dystopia scenarios #1, #2, and #4.

    As the oligarchy force-marches all life on earth toward a transhumanist agenda, the West’s vaunted liberal traditions such as freedom and independence are mere road bumps en route to a Chinese-style, technocratic, PanoptiConned prison planet.

    Unless we-the-people wake up. Let’s see how many will show up in Washington, January 6th to stand up for truth, accountability, and justice. You can count on me to be in DC!

    • Replies: @thotmonger
  141. annamaria says:

    Thank you.
    It is depressing.
    When one reads “niece and nephew raped and strangled in their front yard, still in their dinosaur pajamas,” the Clintons’ evil, piggish faces float into the picture.

    The rotten Cheney, Bushes, Obamas, Sarkozy, Blairs, Condi Rice, and such have been the willing initiators of mass rapes, mass slaughters, and destruction of civilizations. Let them die in infamy. Let their progeny be ashamed of their elders.

  142. @Catdog

    You’re referring to Lincoln’s war. That was a long time ago and force was used to arrive at an outcome.

    I doubt that could succeed today. The entire world’s people would be watching.

    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
    , @Observator
  143. anon[313] • Disclaimer says:

    Walter, 128, when a state fails everybody gets in on it. And the US is a failed state in law, since it cannot protect peoples under its control from war crimes or crimes against humanity (like CIA development and use of the banned biological weapon SARS-COV-2.)

    There’s a procedure for state failure: responsibility to protect (not the US bullshit fake R2P but the international customary law of the World Summit Outcome Document and Implementing the Responsibility to Protect.) Russia and China will be needed, but they will, as always, act in full compliance with the UN Charter.

    The world has got it down to a science. I saw how it works in another failed shithole, an African one. There are two relevant pillars: capacity building and intervention. Russia is positioned to intervene in compliance with the UN Charter with proportional coercion to peace up to and including decapitation of the US civil/military command structure. The rest of the world will explain to Americans how the world works. The duties of their successor states. Their rights.

    World-standard transitional justice, lustration of criminal officials and organizations, and reconstruction will be undertaken to permit instutional reforms.

    If a successor state to the USA does it right, they’ll gain recognition and concomitant standing in international organizations such as the UN, the HRC or UNCTAD, seats on the ICJ bench, election of treaty body experts, and someday, maybe even temporary seats in a reformed UNSC. When they relinquish nuclear weapons and demilitarize. And prosecute all living DCIs.

    • Thanks: TheTrumanShow
    • Replies: @davidgmillsatty
  144. @stevennonemaker88

    What does that even mean? From your comment it is apparent nothing is in the works.

  145. @anonymous

    the remnant White populations of North America (and Europe)

    will continue their lock-step march into the kosher slaughterhouse

    so long as the daily warm shower of Jewbucks continues. If

    that debt-largesse ceases via dollar-collapse,

    YT may finally decide to resist extinction. But

    I doubt it. Meanwhile,

    MAGA! Trump 2024!

  146. @Biff

    “Secede,” not “succeed.”

    • Replies: @trickster
  147. anon[995] • Disclaimer says:

    Add to this the reality that the military will split politically if not racially: The POTUS can Federalize the National Guard but the National Guard in disaffected states like Oregon and Washington may not all obey.

    I strongly disagree.

    Septimius Severus – “First pay the troops” seems operative.

    We have a state without a society in which no one owns anything outright, and the yearly mortgage / property tax will crush 80% of the general population within a year or less. During the Roman or English civil wars, the combatants risk their own lives and freedom, but economically, generally have the means to draw sustenance from their own estates, which in many cases are being farmed and worked by their own servants who are generational tenants, usually with legal rights to said tenancy.

    When I look at my own paternal ancestors land grants after the Revolutionary War, they are signed by Gov Lee himself, and they are “Allodial” in terms of continuity of inheritance –
    superior even to ancient legionary veteran land grants which were in effect temporal at the whimsy of the current emperor. These former soldiers (in the Southern US) were not being paid with promises of some future benefits or pensions for continued obedience, they were being compensated as free men holding land generationally, in perpetuity.

    The typical US cop / military enlistee has no acreage at all, maybe a mortgaged suburban tract home at best in most cases, and is looking toward a juiced govt pension that will carry them comfortably across multiple decades of future travel and leisure. Whatever component / small unit were to come to the aid of a diabetic militia group would fare no better than the local militia, with its load-out of a dozen PMags to carry it through a decade of guerilla warfare. There are few effective 21st century means for resistance in the central US, for instance, in an age of drones, satellites and night-vision, across flat, tree-less plains for as far as the eye can see.

    Plus, they would forfeit their pensions and benefits system that today ‘back-load’ the social welfare system to ensure compliance, instead of the front-loaded land grants bestowed allodially on free men who had long-since already tendered service and fought in the Revolutionary war.

    The most important factor of today vs. the American Revolution is that most of the modern US population is either totally (suburbanites) or significantly “deculturized”.

    Most urbanites and suburbanites will not be troubled to drive safely or show a moment of courtesy instead of cutting off three lanes of traffic at a time. These are not a culturally tied people who are more afraid of appearing as a coward in front of their fellow villagers than they are of facing death itself.

    You will not consolidate most suburbanites into some self supporting defensive unit willing to sacrifice for the common good, because they have never faced the type of continual offensive threat, communally, that acts as the crucible to create such a capacity.

    During the Revolutionary war, the militia forces at Cowpens, Guilford Courthouse, Kings Mountain etc.. come from a population that in large part had become accustomed to a military style call-up system in the Lowlands of Scotland dating back to Roman-era military incursions. This was not a system that materialized out of thin air due to necessity, however given that the structure was inherent to the people, it allowed a flexible sort of adaptability that did not exist in other less-successful regional colonial militia efforts, since they did not already live their lives in their own communal militia structure.

    Our cultural cooperation was crushed under a globally unprecedented torrent of
    Labor speculation,
    Federalist dictat enforcement,
    and Rentier ‘for-profit’ nation packing,
    which enriched a governmental criminal class that never failed to honor their own deviousness.

    The culture comes first, then the cooperation.

    The truth is, deculturized peoples will die in large numbers, and those who do not, will effectively cooperate in any way that they are instructed to, because that is in effect how they were already living their suburbanized life in advance of social collapse.

  148. IronForge says:

    MAGA are Curbed by:
    Catholics (MVATGA)
    and Others
    MIC+PetroUSD will benefit from MAGA; but they can’t be Trusted.

    So, it’s time to Negotiate a BreakUp IMHO. Blues will Blue, Reds will Red. MAGA/Independents don’t like DEEP_STATE Policies.
    Might as well discuss this in a Constitutional Convention Setting.

    Demographics and Ideologies are Factors.

    I can see these Possible Partions:
    NM+NV+AZ+CA(Hispanic_Majority – CatholicAztlan?) – Western_Blue
    OR+WA+ID+MT+ND+SD – Non-Masonic Western_Red
    AK+HI – On their Own or joining Western_Blue(HI) or Red(AK)

    Better Talk this Out Soon, before the DNC OpenBorders+Rigs All Elections Blue.

    I prefer we End Political Parties, PACs, Corporate/NPO Funding, and Limit the Total Personal Donations of Political Campaigns to 10K_USD/Person. Political Candidates can spend their Own Cash(Separated into A Trust once Designated) Limits Based on Office – say, 100MillionUSD Own Cash Max for POTUS. Makes CrowdFunding+Govt Matching Meaningful.

  149. @gotmituns

    The lousy bums behind this/jews will start by requiring people to get the “vaccine” and from there the sky’s the limit.. They can stop people from doing all sorts of things if they don’t have the vaccine and prove it

    We’ll all be living in Serf City, USA.

    • Replies: @aandrews
  150. Sirius says:

    This can’t be fixed, only dismantled.

    You may be right, but:

    1. Has it ever really been tried?

    2. Would not dismantling potentially produce a worse result? The consequences are incalculable.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  151. aandrews says:

    Breaking | Dec 3, 2020, 02:44 pm EST
    Kyle Rittenhouse Going To Trial On All Six Counts, Court Decides
    Jemima McEvoy
    Forbes Staff

    Rittenhouse will be arraigned Jan. 5 in Kenosha County Circuit Court. His trial does not yet have a set start date.

    Assistant District Attorney Thomas Binger disagreed with both arguments: “This is exactly why we have this law, because teens shouldn’t be allowed to run around with dangerous weapons, because bad things happen.”

  152. @Just another serf

    I’m happy to see Dr. Sabrosky published here. He’s an absolutely heroic figure. Other than Chris Bollyn, also a heroic figure, few have had the courage to state the obvious. Israel and her sayanim ( ) were involved in every level in what I have been convinced was a nuclear device used to obliterate lower Manhattan.

    And we continue now 20 years later to ignore the horrible reality of this. It goes on and on.

    • Replies: @davidgmillsatty
  153. @Curmudgeon

    Yeah. I’ve always liked how the idiots think the Democrats are a bunch of socialists.

    Part of the Great Clarification: just in case you start leaning right after drowning in the id politics of the left, knowing that this Dem=Soc crap is what conservatives actually think is an excellent corrective.

  154. Some of you nitwit armchair generals and politicians who call yourself Americans really have no clue about the people who inhabit your country. Some of you would be wise to get in your car and actually take a drive through small town middle America or the south or vast parts of any area of less populated USA. There are A LOT of well armed people, hard working, god fearing, resourceful Americans who will not go quietly into the night. There is still A LOT of open land, deep forests, rugged valleys and hills. I drive through rural areas of MO this past holiday. Talk about some rough and still wild country. A guerrilla war would grind down the US government to a mere trickle. The author mentions a “civil war”. He’s an idiot. There will be no civil war. It will be a guerrilla war with terrorism at its core. The US military and Fed LE agencies would be lost as to how to fight it. Because many would turn and join. Cities would starve and turn into dumps overnight. Suburbs eventually too.

    • Replies: @c matt
  155. @Franz

    By 2020 it was clear the man was either in over his head or was barely on his own side from the beginning.

    By 2016 it was clear that he was the kayfabe President, his entire political career just reality tv fare for the masses. His tenure just a foil to assess the anger in the legacy population prior to implementation of the coming shitshow.

    • LOL: Rufus Clyde
    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
  156. Wise words. I wish they were untrue.

  157. Nothing will happen on January 6. It’s over. The US is now North Venezuela. This is the logical culmination of the “diversity” and “equality” Americans have embraced.

  158. @Curmudgeon

    The liberated liberal holds a powerful state of mind–both because they cannot tell you who they are and because it’s obvious they don’t have to–which makes it all good.

  159. Getaclue says:

    Enjoy Harris/Biden…made 4u luv

  160. Gapeseed says:

    A very well thought out comment. I suppose one could hope that pirates are not yet blue water and that the temporary absence of the US Navy will not hinder trade, but that could be again optimistic.

    Likewise, the absence of effective law enforcement internally could see corporations turn into something akin to mafia, using bribery, blackmail, threats and violence against competitor corporate honchos. That’s far off, obviously, but as law and law enforcement deteriorate, tribalism will be seen as the safe haven, and those tribes could be corporate logos.

    Migrants will have little hope other than to be used as the pawns of those seeking to divide and conquer internal populations of voters and dissidents. Those migrants, in a turn of fortune, could well be American.

    It sounds conspiratorial to my ears, but the Georgia Guidestones always struck me as the design and prophecy of the devil himself. His acolytes are seeing it thru, and the culling will be unlike anything this world has seen, designed cleverly but brutally. In the near future, we may hanker for the halcyon days of 2020.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  161. Alan Ned Sabrosky should see a docter for his mild case of BDS (Biden derangement syndrome) I volunteer as a docter here at the trailer park if he can’t afford it.

    No worries Trumptards, the Marxiss special education camps have already been prepped by Kommula. You’ll all be joining you hero Trump there soon enough. So long as you all act right and become good Marxiss, you will receive your daily rations of goy feed gruel.

    Keep acting like retodds and you’ll find yourself busting rocks all day while AOC reads the Communist manifesto over loudspeakers to keep up the pace, and you’ll be eating rocks and dog turds like the Venezuelans instead of yummy goy feed gruel. Severe punishment includes being forced to watch Stacey Abrams do striptease.

    • Replies: @annamaria
  162. Getaclue says:

    Hell is real and most all who are there didn’t believe in it — it isn’t a defense — not believing in it — by the way, it won’t save you:

  163. Protogonus says: • Website

    The writer and his commentators here all intimate that on top of the contrived pandemic hysteria there isn’t anything working as programmed–political, economic, environmental, cultural, and spiritual failures (such as the current and past recent papacies) abound worldwide. Even the stock bubbles must soon burst because of the mental and organizational chaos of 21st century Man.

    There must be something fundamental afoot but even this insight is obscured by the distractions. But the symptoms do indeed mean (1) the Human Spirit has died; (2) the entire Creation has reached its nadir; (3) deep agitations long ago swept away the forces that could have slowed the decent and are now very near the surface. They will emerge openly before the decade is out.

    Earnest inquirers may find, then, conclusions 1-3 explained in more detail:

  164. Where is your evidence for this sentence?

    All of this set the stage for an election won overwhelmingly on November 3rd by President Donald Trump and lost by him in the following weeks to his Democrat opponent. Joseph Biden, as dumps of hundreds of thousands of mail-in ballots appeared in dubious circumstances amidst widespread allegations of fraud and lawsuits challenging the outcome.

  165. Ghali says:

    Sorry, the comment is for a different article. Apology, posted by error

  166. Anonymous[290] • Disclaimer says:

    Migrants will have little hope other than to be used as the pawns of those seeking to divide and conquer internal populations of voters and dissidents. Those migrants, in a turn of fortune, could well be American.

    Right, although “pawns” is only one possibility.

    In the area where I live, the dirt roads into the woods are home for very many migrants/refugees from the Blue states. Almost all of them are White, some have criminal records from Blue State PC laws, some have real criminal records but have grown out of it, some are real criminals, some have just realized that they had no right of self-defense against BIPOCS or Antifa analogs.
    Policing in the woods is marginal, and the woods populations appear to be self-governing, earning a living with minor unskilled or low capital skilled jobs (construction work, for example). Unfortunately, there is a large drug trade, and the area is gradually destabilizing. The local Establishment is in the “ain’t it awful” stage of coping with the phenomenon.

    I suspect that this is true in much of the US.

    Should there be a severe reduction in business activity, the woods dwellers will have a choice between becoming bandits, mercenaries (pawns), or starving. For them to become mercenaries there would have to be units to join and a source of capital for the units (soldiers, even irregular infantry, are expensive. You pay for them and their dependents both, or they turn on you). There are several possible sources of capital, the State (as regular militia or an auxiliary thereto), the drug organizations, the local political entities (counties, towns).

    Or, they could become bandits and function as a free-lance militia living en maraudant with occasional paid for missions. All that is needed to make the present US system unworkable (to precipitate The Fall of the Cities) would be to make truck traffic uneconomic. Transport/Material handling is the weak point of any distributed system. Bandit gangs in many of the more rural parts of the US would make truck traffic uneconomic.

    This, too, should be taken seriously. The woods people should, in large part, be re-integrated with local society. In the short run, many of them should be recruited for a local defense force with with light weapons, a mission to keep their local area livable (unlike the area they fled from), and a professional officer corps/NCO. There are many veterans living here, so the proposed organization should be physically feasible. The question is, of course, whether the proposed organization is politically feasible just yet.

  167. The surest way to have avoided all the dystopic scenarios now facing Americans is this: George Washington is captured by the British in the Battle of Long Island in 1776, put on trial, and hanged for treason against the Crown. The entire Continental Army is captured with him and all officers are likewise put to death, while common soldiers are sentenced to terms of servitude. On hearing the news, members of the Continental Congress flee Philadelphia. Some manage to escape into a disgraceful exile overseas, but most are eventually captured and executed as traitors, among these a tall, red-haired native of Virginia named Thomas Jefferson. King George III’s decisive victory seems to affirm the divine right of kings. If it is remembered at all, the statement “all men are created equal” is regarded with derision. The vast majority of American colonists had never supported the rebellion in the first place and now settle contentedly into life as loyal British subjects. A few years later, devoid of the mad impetus provided by the successful rebellion across the sea, an attempt by some radicals to take power in France fails as well. King Louis XVI lives to a ripe old age and is succeeded by his son, Louis XVII, who extends the economic reforms initiated by his father and his ministers while imposing more conservative social mores. In another generation, the abolition of slavery comes about by consensus. The mighty and affluent British Empire, for which the North Atlantic is but a lake, fully compensates slave owners for the value of their property and the freed slaves are resettled in their West African homeland. The abortive American republic had planned to give Jews citizenship, but the British Empire never contemplates such a thing, nor does the Kingdom of France or any European nation. In addition, most of those nations ban their presence altogether, and the same is true for all non-Whites. Since there is no compulsion by liberal nations to destroy Europe’s more traditional nations “in order to make the world safe for democracy”, in the 20th century the whole continent unites in a final crusade against Islam. North Africa and the Middle East are cleansed of the darkness of Mohammedan malevolence, with most of the population accepting baptism. The Turks are the most obstinate and by the time Anatolia is cleansed, what few of them are left are deported to their land or origin in Central Asia. Most of Anatolia is divided between Greece and Armenia, although the city of Constantinople and the nearby straits, having been liberated by Russian arms, become a Russian exclave. Man first lands on the Moon in 1939, through an expedition financed by a consortium of many White Christian nations, and in Mars two decades later. Thanks to the demise of Islam, the planet is almost entirely peaceful. China sheds the backwardness that characterized for the past 200 years, but the Chinese are aware they cannot directly compete with a vital White Christian civilization and accept they will play second fiddle at best.

    All this is to make the point that the creation of the United States, as well as all of its subsequent triumphs, were a bad thing because they were a victory for egalitarian ideology, and egalitarian ideology is a lie. The United States is now approaching its demise after a rather short period of existence as a major power, let alone as a nation, and the cause is that same egalitarian ideology. This is a just reckoning. Despite the inevitable tribulations that will come with it, all men who love truth should take heart for this is the beginning of the end for the lie of egalitarianism.

    • Replies: @Parsnipitous
    , @Anonymous
    , @Bert
  168. @Sirius

    No empire, no gov’t, no country, etc has lasted forever. Everything dies. It’s not a question of if but when and how it dies.

    The US is in the process of disintegration and has been sine Aug 15, 1971. The Dollar is the only thing keeping the US together and its days are numbered. Any engineer looking at a graph of US funny money currency creation, even without knowing what the graph represents, can tell you he’s looking at a graph of failure. The slope of the US currency creation graph is now near vertical and this year certainly won’t reverse the trend. The more they manufacture out of thin air, the less it purchases eventually.

    The result will be whatever it will be, but there’s no avoiding it. The only thing that may ameliorate the fallout is how its managed and all indications are it won’t be managed at all. The finance wizards are deep into denial and creating an even better system of digital controls over the population in a futile attempt to stay in power.

    There’s a perfect storm brewing, with the dollar heading south, nations dumping the dollar in trade, US shale oil production declining, a Grand Solar Minimum starting that will shift growing regions and that has already started, a phony pandemic the response to which has decimated food production, millions of jobs that will never return, and the proposed solution is UBI which then creates a positive feedback loop to exacerbate the problem.

    You can’t make this stuff up and you can’t fix stupid.

    • Replies: @Sirius
  169. @anonymous

    America, what happened, how did we get here?

    This was inevitable since the foundation of the US is the lie of egalitarianism. A lie cannot be the basis for any endeavor. Try to get from point A to point B with a made-up map and you will drive off a cliff or into a swamp. To be sure, the framers weren’t as radical as today’s Democrats, but they were the Democrats’ ideological ancestors—the same lie was at the center of their world-view. Who was on the side of truth? The Spanish Inquisition, for one. My point of view is a complete inversion of the ordinary American point of view, but given what Americanism has led to, Americans should reconsider their beliefs.

  170. TTSSYF says:

    I suppose that was the silly nonsense behind the one-way aisles, since quietly abandoned. Couldn’t have someone breathing in the draft of another when casually walking past one another, perusing the shelves. Stupidity on stilts, as is most of Clown Country, USA. We might as well be wearing masks with big red plastic noses.

  171. @Digital Samizdat

    Well, thats not entirely true. For the Globalists, America has always served as their world police. They found it tremendously useful to have a superpower which they could use to economically and militarily enforce their world order. With the fragmentation of the United States, however, the Globalists will have lost their greatest asset. There are consequences to this. The ‘rogue states’ like Russia and Iran will have more freedom of action on the world stage. Israel will be in a much weaker position without their American guard dog.

  172. cranc says:

    The analogy of regarding politics as ‘theatre’ is perfect in my opinion.
    There are some really smart and very educated people who offer really astute commentary about what the actors are saying on stage : about the script and plot of ‘the play’. There are even some who share opinion about the narrators (the media), or the special effects, the mood music (cultural industries) etc.
    Fewer ‘theatre critics’ though talk about the producer-director relationship, or about the theatre owner… or the guild of theatre owners, or the bank that lent the theatre money to keep it going this year.
    It is fair to say that all these persons are, in some way, part of the process of creating the effect of a theatrical production. They all work toward the suspension of disbelief and a modifying of our consciousness, it’s not just the illusion of the acting craft by itself.
    I worked in theatre in a peripheral way a few times. The experience really ‘shined a spotlight on things’ for me.

  173. Sirius says:

    I completely agree with you about the dollar. 2020 saw the creation of about \$6-10 trillion out of thin air, most of which was allocated to saving the finance sector. Eventually everyone will decide this is unsustainable. Ultimately, the fall of the dollar will probably be the impetus to the fall of the empire.

    But which currency can displace it as the reserve currency? Somehow it seems it won’t be the euro and no one trusts the renminbi.. yet.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  174. annamaria says:

    Some people are so eager to defend mega war criminals like Clintons, Cheney, Biden, Obama, and Bush… amazing.
    It is no secret that Hillary Clinton has been extraordinarily active in demonizing Assange the Mensch.

    Assange earned the eternal enmity of the Democratic Party establishment by publishing 70,000 hacked emails belonging to the Democratic National Committee and senior Democratic officials.

    The emails were copied from the accounts of John Podesta, Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman. The Podesta emails exposed the donation of millions of dollars to the Clinton Foundation by Saudi Arabia and Qatar, and identified both nations as major funders of Islamic State [ISIL/ISIS]. …

    She was caught in the emails, for example, telling the financial elites that she wanted “open trade and open borders” and believed Wall Street executives were best positioned to manage the economy, a statement that contradicted her campaign statements. … They exposed Clinton’s advance knowledge of questions in a primary debate. They exposed Clinton as the principal architect of the war in Libya...

    Do you need more? The Dems are the Party of zionized war profiteers and hypocrites (not that the Repubs are better).
    Some of the Wikileaks revelations:

    Employees of a U.S. government contractor in Afghanistan, DynCorp, hired “dancing boys” — a euphemism for child prostitutes — to be used as sex slaves.

    Why the well-known war profiteer Clinton was so enraged?

    The e-mails revealed how far the U.S. government would go to protect its dirty secrets, and how it would use its own secrecy as a weapon.

    The verdict:

    The arrest [of Assange] eviscerates all pretense of the rule of law and the rights of a free press.

    Thanks God we have principled and courageous journalists like Mr. Sabrosky.

    • Agree: Skeptikal
  175. @Sirius

    This reserve currency concept is totally unnecessary if the medium of exchange has intrinsic value as per market determination. Metals are the most obvious money with the longest track record so I’ll use that as the example.

    It doesn’t matter who creates the ounce of gold or silver or what is imprinted on it. It’s gold or silver in a determined weight. For convenience, we can have our gold and silver in a vault and it never leaves the vault. Credit cards are now the proxy for fiat currency and in the future, crypto (block chain) accounting (not crypto currency) could be used to make and receive payments denominated in weight of metal, not the phony concept of a US Dollar, European Euro, Russian Rubble, Chinese Yuan, etc. These are all made up concepts that give their respective gov’ts control of the population.

    With gold and silver as the true money, it is weight of metal that determines what it is the economic equivalent of. A car could be priced as 20:9:0, meaning 20 ounces of gold, 9 ounces of silver and 0 ounces of copper. The units can be grams, pounds, kilos, whatever as that doesn’t matter. The world could agree on some standard for displaying pricing. To purchase that car, you transfer ownership of some of your metal to the dealer and he hands you the keys to the car. It doesn’t matter is your metal is in South Africa and your at a dealership in Omaha. Vault to vault transfers of ownership are between the vault operators and a balance of trade might mean physical metal transfers every so often.

    This eliminated currency arbitrage, fractional reserve banking, deficit spending by profligate govt’s and provides some market discipline sorely lacking in today’s rigged system.

  176. @Dissenter22

    I think you may have just outlined a possible deal between China and Russia: the RF gets Alaska, with its substantial reserves of oil, natural gas, and industrially / medically / militarily useful metals and minerals, while China moves into the former US West Coast.

    Terrifying for Americans, and in fact for anyone who knows that China will not stop there.

  177. Skeptikal says:

    Per Erin Bromage, the potential viral load is the relevant metric.

    Viral load is: density of virons X *time of exposure.*

    He expresses this thus:
    “Remember the formula: Successful Infection = Exposure to Virus x Time”


    Makes perfect sense.

    This is why spending time –hours—in an enclosed space where there is a high density of virons is the situation to avoid.

    This is why the idea that one could pick up a potentially dangerous load of virons while riding a motorcycle or even just walking by or even behind someone is ridiculous. In the latter case, if the person were coughing and spewing infected droplets and one landed in your throat that would probably be a bad scenario. As well as disgusting in the old-fashioned sense of the word!!

    If someone is ill and coughing droplets, that person should stay home, isolated. Just as any sensible person has done in the past who knew he or she had the flu. And surely these majorly ill people feel so bad that they *want* to stay home in bed . . .

    Personally I think the introduction of mandatory mask wearing was undertaken to try to save a few businesses, because while people dance around to dodge each other in the street (pretty silly, in light of Bromage’s clear formula), they don’t do so in a store where they are doing the necessary activity of shopping.

    At the PO, where people have to stand in line anyhow for the counter, it is easier to enforce distancing—but still, this is an enclosed space with little air circulation and no open windows. So . . . regular airing of inside spaces is another obvious measure. Hmm, didn’t we used to do that in the old days anyhow? Throw open the windows and let in some fresh air?

    The main point, though, is that IMHO Bromage’s “formula” should be borne in mind at all times.

    So, keep moving!

  178. trickster says:

    That is what happens when Slopes study Confucius and not ENGLISH ! When they read books in Chinese and not ENGLISH.

    Biff succeeded in seceding his brains !

    He and his people are still eating from gourds with sticks……… like savages. What do you expect !

  179. @Mustapha Mond

    Most of us would be more polite in person, and I would gladly work together harmoniously with online debate opponents because it simply increases our meager chance of survival.

  180. @By-tor

    China will have the luxury of time to get their troops and then their settlers here. Who will stop them?

    • Replies: @By-tor
  181. @nsa

    The deep-state parties split the Georgia elections and the senate ends up 51-49, though probably with allegations of widespread voter fraud in largely unmonitored, physically unsafe African precincts (likely true). Ossoff narrowly wins, the African Irreverend narrowly loses.

    Whoever wins the GA Senate races, the reckless overspending on the military / war complex will continue, and the massive borrowing and inflationary money “printing” will continue until our currency and our system collapse. The unending immigration and invasion of incompatible people will continue.

    I’ll hope for the insider-trading plutocrat militarist Republican scumbags to win over the white-hating militarist globalist aliens on the other side, but the supposed lesser of the evils is getting more evil all the time.

  182. @anonymous

    How did we get here? By the destructive philosophy of altruism, which both the left and the right embrace. Ayn Rand laid it all out long ago, and those of us who understand her proper philosophy can watch the events of Atlas Shrugged being played out on our national stage in real time today. Literally. AOC and Kamala and their “squad” would happily pass Directive 10-289.

    Where are you, John Galt? The world needs you, and the world needs shruggers. I have shrugged: I will not earn another penny for the feds or the state criminals to steal. It’s all I can do, except joyfully join the revolution when it begins.

    But. . . .if there is a revolution, there must be a proper government installed at the end of it, or it will be simply another bloody slide to where we are now. Altruism must be rejected.

    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
  183. @Hans Vogel

    The new problems besetting the world, prime among them a declining source of fossil fuels now that the fracking industry is biting the dust, to the worldwide explosion in outstanding debt that will never be repaid, means that the international economic system that came to be from the outbreak of globalisation after the fall of the communist block till recently, is sailing into its sunset towards its twilight zone. Here the only solution is decentralisation on a large scale with community based local solutions as international trade buttressed by financialization is no longer the name of the game. So the breakup of the United States into quasi independent states or a new a limited number of sub-states looks like the only way left for Americans to survive.

    • Replies: @Hans Vogel
  184. @RoatanBill

    Most of them would laugh at our misfortune and conflict, and deservedly so. Who exactly will spend resources, and risk their troops’ lives, to intervene on our behalf? Nobody.

    Rather, China or some other power will be glad to watch and then swoop in to take whatever land and resources they want.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  185. @Stan d Mute

    I voted for trump in 2016 yet i concede that your explanation seems to be the likeliest one.

  186. @Dagny Taggart

    Alice Rosenbaum (“Ayn Rand”) was a dysfunctional, heartless, barren bitch. I wasted much time and effort reading and even promoting her writings as a young man.

    We don’t have to choose between “each man for himself” and communism. That is the fallacy of the false alternative, as my onetime idol would have called it herself. Most sensible and compassionate people choose one of the many shades of society and government in between.

    • Agree: TTSSYF, Druid
    • Replies: @JackOH
    , @thotmonger
  187. Globalist says:

    The US has for the last 50 years had the option to make many different choices, and if did, favoring market capitalism as a model by which to run the country, treating socialist policies with great distain. As a result, it now is riding in a leaky boat which is very hard to ever repair, with sub-standard private health care, private corporations running everything for profit (schools, universities, prisons, transportation, the military, corporations focusing just on short-term ROI, politics dominated by special interest groups who set the agendas – and everything else)!

    Where is the focus on raising the standard of living for the middle class, taking care of the poor, reducing crime, developing affordable education, etc? A philosophy of ” the rich deserve to be rich, and the poor deserve to be poor”, which my US friends frequently seem to have, is a perfect formula for long-term failure of a society. Not much thought going into developing a consensus backed by planning on what to do for the good of the people.

    • Agree: annamaria, Joe Levantine
    • Replies: @annamaria
  188. @RadicalCenter

    I agree with your first paragraph completely. I never suggested any help would arrive from outside. The whole world would watch as spectators did at the Colosseum.

    No one would swoop in unless the bulk of the population was wiped out. I believe it was the Russians that claimed they would never invade the US because there was a rifle behind every blade of grass. That won’t change much because if real fighting were to break out, that would require the military and the grunts would soon figure out that they are hurting their buddies relatives while their buddies are hurting their relatives. Sooner or later, the guns would be turned around to face their officers.

  189. gsjackson says:

    Hey, I’m your age and landed in Serbia three months ago. Will probably spend most of my time from now on in the Balkans. It is much like the country we grew up in here. If you’ve got your health you’re not too old.

  190. JackOH says:

    Radical, thanks. I had a brief fling with Rand’s writing in my late teens and early twenties. Heady stuff for me at the time. I had no idea then that some intellectuals, such as Rand certainly was, could be “celebrity-ized” by an establishment that had no intention of actually adopting her thinking. One telling remark I read about her work was: “I’ve never met a businessman who acted the way Ayn Rand’s businessmen do.”

  191. ingotus says:

    I think the framers did a good enough job of enshrining in law a strong degree of administrative decentralization and localization, back then.

    But small, powerful and motivated interest groups have a strong drive otherwise. It is much easier to manipulate one big \$ gun than 100 small ones for one’s purposes.

    I trace several events as important in the centralization process: the income tax act, the creating of the fed, entry into WWI and WWII, the social security act, the \$ becoming full fiat. I suspect wars fought for empire serve the centralization imperative (no pun intended) as well, so I might go back to earlier conflicts even.

    Now mind you, some of the centralization has, in the short term, increased standards of living for those living in this country – albeit at a severely tilted rate among the populace. But the long term cost makes the trade a doubtful one. It was akin to selling one’s soul to the Devil. You’ll get a bunch of money for fun right now, but you’ll end up burning in hell for eternity 🙂

  192. Davidoff says:

    American transgenic beef is better!!!

  193. Schuetze says:

    Corn and Soybeans are used as protein building blocks throughout the food chain…

    Argentina announced last week that sales of corn for export would be suspended until late February. The move by the government was to ensure domestic food supplies were stable.

    “This decision is based on the need to ensure the supply of grain for the sectors that use it as a raw material for the production of animal protein such as pork, chicken, eggs, milk, and cattle, where corn represents a significant component of production costs,” the government said.

    The long planned Dark Winter has arrived.

    • Replies: @Skeptikal
  194. c matt says:
    @anyone with a brain

    3) universal tenure, people should only lose jobs due to layoffs or being incompetent, not for being unpopular on Twitter or at work

    That will just create pretexts for claiming incompetence. Better to just make firing for political or social viewpoint a private employment cause of action. Nothing like lawsuits to keep employers in line.

  195. c matt says:

    You are misinformed. When it joined the union as a single state, Texas reserved the option to further divide into up to our separate states, not leave the union.

    Besides, as the war of northern aggression demonstrated, there is no such thing as a right to secession nor a prohibition on it. There is only the capacity to secede or not. If you win, you can secede, if not, you can’t. “Right” has nothing to do with it.

    • Replies: @c matt
    , @RadicalCenter
  196. c matt says:

    Fiat money is only as good as the fiat-er. If the fiat-er is strong, so is the fiat money. If the fiat-er is garbage, well, gigo.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  197. @JackOH

    That’s because her “work” was infantile clap-trap.

  198. c matt says:
    @Peter D. Bredon

    I have no problem referring to someone with a Ph.D as “doctor” if the Ph.D is in a truly demanding discipline. Physics, mathematics, I might even agree in certain humanities disciplines if real work was accomplished. But a Ph.D. in “education” doesn’t really cut it. It is a bs discipline.

  199. @Kratoklastes

    A couple of years back the Icelandic Sagas were re-translated into (very readable) English. I think they are still available from Amazon. Anyone who wants to see, in graphic detail, the advantages and drawbacks of having a vanishingly small government, should take the trouble to read them. It is fascinating! Although, this is not history as we have it in our schools, my impression is that it is mostly factual, rather than fictional.

  200. @c matt

    Second only to religion, fiat currency (not money) is the greatest scam the world has ever known.

  201. Skeptikal says:

    Buy grass-fed beef.

    Think of it as (good) medicine.

    In fact, someone long ago did say, “Your food is your medicine.”

    Before you consider moving to a new locale, check out what local farms and farm stands are in the immediate hinterland or not too far away.

    Remember that for most of the year you can get around on an electric bike, with a far greater radius than most people have with a regular bike. Thus you can ride your electric bike to a farm 20 miles away.

    • Replies: @Schuetze
  202. c matt says:

    Guerrilla war refers to a tactic; civil war refers to a type of conflict. So a war can be guerrilla and civil at the same time. Or it can be neither.

    Guerrilla generally refers to the tactic of hit and run attacks on soft targets as opposed to open field combat between two opposing forces. Civil war means a war fought between citizens or subjects of one polity (by whatever means or tactics) to gain control over the polity. The Spanish Civil war is an example of a civil war where the participants often employed guerrilla tactics.

    • Replies: @ConqueringFools
  203. Protogonus says: • Website

    This Sabrosky post with its penetrating commentary clearly demonstrates that Ron Unz and Unz.Com deserve the U.S Medal of Freedom. Trump and his advisers ought to consider this in earnest as they lay claim to whatever rationality is left in the American political experiment.

  204. c matt says:
    @c matt

    up to our separate states

    That should be four separate states.

  205. @JackOH

    I guess, in fairness to Rand — after ripping her — she was raised in the Soviet Union and didn’t have any experience with businessmen, large or small. But her vision of businessmen, humans generally, really, was truly odd and abnormal.

    • Replies: @JackOH
  206. @c matt

    You’re right. And at least two of those States would immediately be majority Mexican and likely not well disposed towards, or fully capable of, the society and culture that we’d be seeking to re-establish.

    • Disagree: Corvinus
  207. annamaria says:

    A business-model of society kills both business and society.

    • Replies: @Hans Vogel
  208. @Brian USA

    Sabrosky was erudite to make mention of MSM influence on different branches of the armed forces, but he did not say enough of what could — or should — happen to the mass media conglomerates and social media giants during serious civil unrest. And after reading more than 200 comments under his essay I could hardly find any mention let alone echo or admonition about this strategic lynchpin. Go figure.

    I mean Who is going to inform mainstream America about these crimes? Complicit MSM is the Big Circus tent that runs the show. Places like Unz Reveiw are just little sand boxes kept outside where problem children are corralled — and watched. Unless and until some portion of the mainstream media is reclaimed by something ~America Firstish, i.e. an organized movement on behalf of the Constitution/First Amendment… dream on.

    Video Link

    • Agree: TheTrumanShow
  209. @Temporary Insanity

    … let’s wait to see if Trump is reelected…

    Are you sure your insanity is only temporary ?

  210. @c matt

    Semantics are arguable. The MO border wars were guerrilla in nature. Jesse James and Bloody Bill Anderson were guerrilla terrorists justified in their heinous warpath of death and destruction. We need a couple thousand Jesse James and Bill Andersons and our country would be changed overnight. As the Biden/Kamala platform and administration plays out dont think their level
    of tyranny won’t produce that level of rebellion. People who have nothing left to lose will lose it. America is not above looking like Yugoslavia or Syria. Not for a second. And like I said we are the most heavily armed populace in the world x 1000. What some country boys have rival the local NG armories. Some of you need to get out of your bubbles!

  211. Anon[211] • Disclaimer says:

    Spanish is the new French. Spanish is in, French is out. Part of the Latinoization of the US. Revisionist history abounds. Heard on a pod cast that the word Santa Claus , comes from Spanish word santa[ as opposed to Latin] Our lady of Guadalupe is the patroness of the USA; out went our lady of the immaculate conception[ a French apparition]. Museums in the Us are replacing French art works with Latin American artists. Michelle Obama writes in her book how she did not like her French teacher [apropos of nothing], how she and her husband could not stand the play les Mis and had to walk out but loved the Hamilton play done by a Latino producer. Denigrating French while elevating Spanish/Latino is a calculated agenda. Spanish words/names are given Spanish pronunciation/accents, in US media; not so other non english languages. Its chic to speak and be Spanish or Latin American so Baldwins wife , being a typical easily manipulated deracinated American sheeple latched on to the ethnicity that is promoted by media/la Raza

  212. @gsjackson

    Israel did not do it. Why should they? The US has been pro Israel prior to 9-11. 9-11 was fall out of the cold war where military bases which offended the locals[ alquada]The people got uppity. Contrary to the US narrative alquada and the Saudi regime were enemies. 911 was blow back for our support of dictators, for our vetoing with a simple stroke of a pen every UN resolution which would have brought a modicum of justice to the Palestinians, and for our brutal sanctions against Iraq and for that first gulf war. Contrary to our self serving narrative we n were not inding our own business that glorious sept morn. And our relgion and theirs had nothing to do with it. They were not fundi fanatics but saw themselves as freedom fighters. Though some ignoramuses may have been in their group.Osama supported all uprisings against ME regimes which harmed the people but benefitted US during the cold war.

    • Replies: @davidgmillsatty
  213. JackOH says:

    Yeah, pretty much agree. I feel uneasy criticizing her work, which I think still sells well, and may rank her among the most influential public intellectuals of the last seventy years. But, her hero-worship of capital and capitalists, and her elite disdain for the “looter”-groundlings seem to me to have their strongest appeal to bright but alienated adolescents with little real-world experience.

    Thinking about Rand brought to my mind Karl Hess, the Barry Goldwater speechwriter. Young Hess actually believed America was a libertarian idyll until experience taught him that government and capital worked hand in glove with very mixed consequences for all of us.

  214. John Hagan says: • Website

    Madam President? : There is a feeling that the plan is to elevate Kamala to the Presidency as most folk understand Joe Biden may well be in a position well above his energy and intellectual capacity.

    • Replies: @Joseph Doaks
  215. @anon

    Well if this was biological warfare, they really sucked at it when it turns out a simple anti-parasitic drug that has been around for ages (Ivermectin) wipes it out and a simple ancient spice (nigella sativa) combined with honey does the same.

    The people who have these ideas just don’t seem to have a clue how hard it would be to make such a weapon, much less have an understanding of how to control it. It is the equivalent of sending a nuclear weapon off without a guidance system.

    But some people just don’t seem to have the capacity to understand that.

  216. @Anonymousat hot

    You need to read Unz on 9/11 being an Israeli job. He breaks it down for the simple minded.

    • Agree: annamaria
  217. @Just another serf

    It wasn’t fucking nuclear. You can’t get rid of nuclear byproducts. They are easily detectable for decades maybe centuries.

    The first thing Jones did when he tested the dust, (he was a nuclear physicist by the way who had been at Lawrence Livermore labs) was test it for nuclear byproducts. He found none.

    Harrit and Jones proved it was nanothermite which has plenty of thermobaric power to take down the twin towers and building 7.

    It is actually a newer form of bomb making and blasting. Nuclear bombs have been around since 1945 and nanothermite was not invented until the late 1990’s.

    Get so tired of the disinformation nearly 15 years on.

  218. @Just another serf

    “How do we continue to live with [all the big lies.]?”

    We read

  219. fujew says:
    @Sick of Orcs

    Donald Trump was the first american leader of any kind and at any level to inform the white people of america that, actually, they really were under no obligation to allow pedophile goat fucking shit eating muslims to come into their country and blow them up.

    For the travel ban alone, Trump did enough to deserve re-election.

    • Replies: @Sick of Orcs
  220. @Ray Caruso

    You’re spinning quite a yarn…

  221. @Anonymous

    disagree that there will be a decrease in immigration. In fact, I think it’ll greatly accelerate.

    I think that is correct. I see nothing on the horizon to halt immigration until the population hits a billion people. Immigration is big business n the logic of democracy corrodes every border. I expect soon to see calls for more immigration as the “cure” for the economic depression. The only way to halt it is to dump the fraud of democracy.

    • Replies: @TheTrumanShow
  222. By-tor says:

    The Chinese do not have any experience in large scale overseas military invasions. They have not even retaken lowly Taiwan which is only about 112 miles away. Where is this ‘Chinese military invasion of the US’ nonsense coming from?

    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
  223. Wally says:

    Get out of here. Trump was far from perfect, but the alternative was Hillary.

    You are also forgetting:
    Fake dossier, fake Russia collaboration, fraudulent Mueller investigation, bogus impeachment, bogus corona pandemic, fraudulent election, riots, looting, & massive mob actions, on & on.

    Given what he was up against, Trump was incredible to accomplish what he did.
    Trump accomplishments:
    Undercover video shows Democrat operatives admitting they incited violence at Trump rallies

    • Replies: @Franz
  224. Schuetze says:

    I had the impression you were located in Germany since you said that you were a Schuetze too. Is there much grass fed beef there? Unless you buy directly from Hof I doubt the grocery stores like Aldi or Lidl have grass fed beef from anywhere but Argentina.

    Corn and soy are used as feed for all kinds of animals, even dog and cat food. It is a fundamental building block and if the prices of corn and soy go up you can be certain that grass fed beef will go up just as much.

    • Replies: @Skeptikal
  225. Anonymous[290] • Disclaimer says:
    @Ray Caruso

    Not bad.
    The idea that everybody has equal abilities and proclivities clearly does not match reality. The contemporary political situation shows that populations with average IQ of 85 (or even 89) will tolerate living in a Western industrial society. They regard such societies as “racists”, which they obviously are. The nature of work available is such that half of an IQ 85 group can’t work productively, and is permanently unemployed. The nature of work and social structure is such that groups with an intrinsic low mean time preference (I’ve no figures on that) cannot participate in a financial system that rewards high mean time preference. In other words, race determines rewards in a Western industrial society. Telling these groups that it does not is, to them, an obvious lie. Humans being what they are, the lie will be thought malicious.
    Once one admits to different racial abilities to live in Western Industrial Society (and the BIPOCS are insisting this difference exists, and are backed up by statistics), it becomes possible and necessary to consider differences in ability to live in Western industrial societies between people of European descent.
    Such differences within the “extended family” of racial groups will not be tolerated without a grand myth, a simple symbolic story that justifies daily life. Ray Caruso’s story is an early attempt at such a grand myth. It presents a non-falsifiable “if only” story with the underlying assumption of inequality. This is typical of myths.

    What drives the need for alternate myths? The current social breakdown, which is world wide [1], and apparently a byproduct of overpopulation. As selection pressure mounts, and casualties among the groups mount, inefficient folkways are forced out by survivors who don’t like the folkways that destroyed families.

    1] Apparently even China is having trouble motivating its soldiers who are freezing while having trouble breathing the thin air up along China’s Indian border, and have implemented a remote/local control Nathan Hale device (

    • Replies: @Badger Down
  226. Alfred says:

    Russia is trying to stop food price inflation by taxing exports of some crops. Russia is a major supplier of cereals.

    Russia implements export duty on soybean from February 1

    Russian sunflower seed stocks down nearly 1 mln tonnes year-on-year in December

    In the past 6 months, the price of soybeans (protein) has gone up by 50%

    • Replies: @Schuetze
    , @RadicalCenter
  227. @Dave Bowman

    We shall find out today if it is a temporary or otherwise… the C-Span coverage begins at midday. Don’t forget to tune in!

  228. @Joe Levantine

    I agree with your analysis. This outcome has been more or less evident for a few decades. Perhaps the first indication was Francis Fukuyama’s assertion that “history had ended.” Such statements are often contradicted by events, perhaps not immediately, but eventually. I recall having read predictions of how the US would eventually disintegrate into a number of successor states. This may be a blessing to the world, since it would force Americans (except Southerners, who personally experienced the trauma of a lost war and foreign occupation) to abandon their cherished belief that somehow they are outside of history, for that is what the US Constitution implicitly states.

    • Agree: Joe Levantine, Jazman
  229. @annamaria

    Very true. that says it all. No more questions, Your Honor

    • Thanks: annamaria
  230. John Hagan says: • Website

    This is what many are thinking is that the future is redeemable if only …

    Jimmy Dore for Congress:

    I respect his sentiments yet the ship has sailed. Many are flailing about for some sort of redemption yet the US has caused so much destruction in so many countries there is always goint to be some sort of ‘balancing the books’.

  231. @Sin City Milla

    “Immigration is big business.”

    That is correct. It’s the continuation of a long history of slavery and slave trading with neoSlavery-1.0 – from (((our friends))) the Phoenician Navy.

  232. @fujew

    As it’s now January 6th, i’s kinda too late to argue particulars, but Trump’s travel ban was only against a few mohammedan countries. He could’ve stopped ALL immigration if he wanted do.

    I voted for Trump and would much prefer him to stay, but he didn’t do the legwork (and certainly not the wetwork) to protect the electoral system from what’s happening now.

  233. Dr. Doom says:

    I do not share your pessimism. The System has destroyed their own credibility.
    Only the foreigners and bums who have no stake will follow this stupid Zion whorehouse.
    The parliament of whores relies on taxpayers for their bread.

    Cut off their support and they are just bad liars without an audience.
    Like the dying lugenpresse. Windbags full of gas.

    The left will become violent again. Those idiot blacks are always violent it seems.
    They will not be able to leash these morons and get them to follow rules.
    This makes Civil War II inevitable.

    Look at the electoral map. Red with tumors of blue.
    Geographically you can kill the tumors easily just by cutting the food and power.
    The dummies at the top and bottom cannot fix sabotage.

    They are too stupid to know how anything essential really works.
    That is beneath their pinheads, or so they claim.
    Work is something they are allergic to, I have seen it.

    Sabotage the blue, subvert the system and then SMILE.
    Barter, pay as little taxes as possible and starve the beast.
    RESIST, do not assist. Push the System into a hole and let it die there.

    • Replies: @Zarathustra
  234. It’s gonna be open season on Whitey.

  235. The American century was a historical outlier, brought about mostly by a single smart move – siphoning off the resources of the British Empire by sending masses of uneducated and unskilled young men to fight the Empire’s wars for a consideration so enormous that it caused the hugest Empire in history to crumble. For decades, the payments for the World Wars kept coming in, allowing Americans to give themselves airs. At the same time, China was passing through an “unpresidented” crisis that was a similar historical outlier, brought about mostly by Chinese arrogance towards the West and their ensuing failure to upgrade their science and technology. Now America has spent all its profits from two world wars and is left with the unsolved problems from the 1890s (basically a f*ed-up country ever since the Closing of the Frontier), exacerbated by tremendous growth in the black and Hispanic populations, while China has reclaimed its traditional strengths of industry and intellectual cultivation and is out-Westing the West in science and technology. Concomitantly, Europe is being islamized and africanized and will not be able to make any contributions. In a word: Game over.

    • Replies: @Dave Bowman
  236. Schuetze says:

    That’s right, Russia too, I had seen that.

    So the list of major food supplying countries restricting food exports, especially grains, soy and corn, includes: Brazil, Argentina and Russia. Meanwhile the US and China are hoarding supplies. I also recall seeing the Australia soy production was hit by their flooding last year.

    • Replies: @Alfred
  237. @John Hagan

    “the plan is to elevate Kamala to the Presidency”

    One would think that a sane country would have had enough “diversity” after eight years of Barry Soetoro in the White House. Now what?

  238. From liberal democracy to lunatic democracy.

    • Replies: @Skeptikal
  239. @Schuetze

    While I don’t dispute that the big picture the video paints is indeed what you describe, you have grossly misunderstood the exact problems in Argentina and Brazil as described in the video. In Argentina there is no one sabotaging production, as you claim, but rather there has been a drought and therefore the producers prefer not to export; saboteurs (catering to government’s interests which I do not exactly grasp) are forcing producers to export by sabotaging their stock. As for Brazil, no harvest has been devastated; what happens is that a boycott is being engineered, the alleged reason for which being ecological concerns over deforestation. I’m just repeating what the narrator in the video tells us (and he backs it up with press stories’ images); I don’t claim to have any previous knowledge or outside confirmation of these facts.

    • Replies: @Schuetze
  240. Schuetze says:
    @Brás Cubas

    There is some kind of political game going on as many contries (EU IIRC) are trying to boycott Brazilian soybeans from area’s that were cleared of rain forest. In any case, the massive rise in soybean prices speaks for itself.

    “Brazil is expected to import soybeans in 2021 despite the country being one of the world’s largest producers of the commodity, Reuters reported, citing Abiove, an oilseed crushers’ association.

    The country will continue to export soybeans to its global customers, leaving little for domestic demand.

    According to Abiove’s data, Brazil’s 2021 soybean imports will total 800,000 tonnes, up from 500,000 tonnes in its November projections.”

    “China is picking up more U.S. soybeans, buying cargoes for February as dry weather delays the crop in Brazil, the world’s top producer and exporter, according to people familiar with the matter.”

    As for Argentina:

    “Two-hundred-feet long, several-feet high and packed tight with freshly harvested soybeans, silobags that dot the Argentine Pampas this time of year are worth a hefty sum — almost \$100,000 a piece at today’s prices.

    So when vandals began sneaking onto farms in the dead of the night and taking knives to the bags, exposing the contents to moisture and rendering them worthless, it got farmers’ attention. ”

    “In fact, many farmers are convinced that the motives behind the mysterious raids are political – and for good reason. Since the early 2000s, Argentina’s farming sector and then-president Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner have been battling over the high taxes placed on soybean exports.”

    • Replies: @Brás Cubas
  241. @Mikael_

    The bankers are the globalists. I didn’t say I liked anarchy I only pointed out that the socialism = communism mantra is bullshit. They are opposites. Socialists wanted to remove bankers from the equation and have real free trade – actual producers dealing directly with others – no middlemen. Finance capitalism is communism, just not the commune you think communism is.

    • Agree: TheTrumanShow
    • Replies: @Skeptikal
    , @Mikael_
  242. Skeptikal says:

    I guess you missed the point

  243. @Schuetze

    Thanks for the information. In the case of Argentina, it is consistent with the video, and with my explanation. Perhaps the word “production” as used by you meant the products themselves, in which case you were correct. As for Brazil, those newsstories you mention do not mean that our soy harvest was devastated. On the contrary, it was a record breaking harvest. Brazil exported everything and was left without anything for the domestic market, thus being obliged to import.

  244. Skeptikal says:

    ” Finance capitalism is communism, just not the commune you think communism is. ”

    Excellent point.
    Capitalists all want concentration and centralized control.

    Primary source of control is banks, which control credit needed for business expansion, infrastructure, etc.

    Hence Morgan’s drive to get all of the former competitors in every branch of industry into one combine, with credit and financial management controlled by him.

    There appears to be precious little difference between a “communist” centrally controlled economy and an end-stage “capitalist” one—except for how and to whom the profits are distributed.

  245. Skeptikal says:
    @Priss Factor

    I think I might just switch gynecologists . . .
    And let “her” (???) know why . . .
    This is actually a form of mental abuse, IMO.

    I might just go into my next appt and announce:
    I do not do the “woke” vocabulary BS, so if you can’t speak normally to me I’ll have to cancel and seek a gynecologist with common sense.

    • Replies: @Priss Factor
  246. @RoatanBill

    “ Building 7 in New York was not hit by a plane but went down anyway. It was the only backup site for the records the Navy team was working on. Many firefighters and others say the building was demolished with explosives.”

    Not only building 7 but all three buildings were demolished by explosives. See The Trigger by David Icke.

  247. anon[139] • Disclaimer says:
    @anyone with a brain

    what happens if the Covid vaccinations turn out to be genetically modified attack on the people and millions upon millions become deactivated intellectually and socially useless as a result?

    I keep asking why there is recombining DNA in the vaccinations when it appears to serve no purpose save to finagle the DNA of those receiving it.

    the Covid vaccine and its effects, appears to be another Dystopian challenge America faces at this juncture

    • Replies: @Garliv
    , @TheTrumanShow
  248. ????? People should protest here also???? In 2017, the year she was elected to the Senate, Harris paid \$1.775 million for a two-bedroom, 1,700-square-foot apartment in the nation’s capital. The 71-unit LEED-certified Westlight complex has a prime location in Washington’s West End, with Georgetown on one side, Dupont Circle on the other, and the White House just a mile away. It’s also amenity-rich, with a rooftop pool, fitness center, housekeeping, and a 24-hour concierge

  249. bayviking says:

    For more than twenty years we have all watched minority Republicans game the election system through gerrymandering, voter caging and purging, voting machine tampering, ballot destruction….direct intervention by SCOTUS to obstruct a legitimate recount in which Gore won Florida…

    Many of the flawed voting machines have been replaced. But just claiming that the 2020 election outcome is he result of fraud does not make it so.

    For my entire life I have seen liberals aspiring to a better world for everyone based on our constitutional mandate to promote the general welfare… shot down in the street…JFK, RFK, MLK, Malcom X, John Lennon, are the famous ones, but there are thousands of victims of police violence like George Floyd while the likes of Ted Bundy, who has never paid his grazing fees is treated with kid gloves…

    Trump is a despicable excuse for a human being. Ignorant, selfish, indifferent and corrupt con artist to his core, an international embarrassment that only a dictator can love. Now, the orange sloth has incited a riot. There is no happy ending to a Trump Presidency, but it must end. A majority of US citizens have made that Judgement, just as they did in 2016.

    • LOL: Jimmy le Blanc
    • Troll: Alfred
    • Replies: @annamaria
  250. @Skeptikal

    Jews lead, goyim follow.

    Jews think big, meaning they combine some radical notion with moral certitude.

    Tranny-stuff is part of the Jewish Plot. It is pro-minority-elite, which comports with Jewish position in the West as minority-supremacist elites. If Jews manage to make all those women, 50% of humanity, bow down to the tiny minority of trannies, it complements the ideal of all those goyim bowing down to a small minority of Jews. Majority must revere and obey the special minority, Jews and those favored by Jews(esp blacks and homos/trannies).

    This is why this isn’t really a women vs tranny thing. It’s really a women vs Jews. Jews are using trannies to undermine the majority power of women.

    Of course, Jews are not for ALL minorities. Notice how Jews react when British feel any sympathy for Palestinian-Arab minorities in the UK and speak up for Palestinian rights. Equal consideration for Arabs and Jews in the West? No way. And should the West care about minority Arab rights in Israel? No, just shut up about it.

    It’s all about the Jews.

  251. Garliv says:

    For one, nothing happens to those who manufacture or market vaccines. They have legal immunity against any liability. Doesn’t matter to them whether you die or live but on second thought, i think they prefer you alive cause tomorrow they continue extracting dollars from you whether directly or indirectly.
    Second, something really really stink with these vaccines. This is why i think so; the head of WHO stated that vaccines DO NOT prevent transmission of Covid-19 (not sure how to understand this). Fauci says we are not yet out of the woods despite availability of vaccines and that wearing of masks, social distancing, lockdowns will continue for the foreseeable future. Then of course there are claims of mutated virus which vaccines cannot help. And so on and on and on..

    So, are these really VACCINES against Covid-19 or what are they? Am now mentally exhausted to keep track of what these dumb officials are doing…

    • Agree: Skeptikal
  252. tolstoy says:

    Haha. Trump couldn’t have done anything. He gave order to withdraw from Afghanistan and it was ignored, without consequences.
    No one would carry out his order to arrest any mayors or governors. The writer is delusional. Yes there may be a civil war coming, but no one can stop it. Least of all Trump.
    Remember, the human species has always had men who love to light the fire and watch the world burn. They thrive in chaos.
    The same losers you see suffering at Walmart could be great uncompromising commanders in the battlefield.
    Let it burn!!!!!! I for one welcome it.

    • Agree: Tony Massey
  253. Hadrian says:

    William Hart’s secession plan is the path to avoid dystopia. A peaceful separation. The multicultural coasts get their Brazil-like mega-state, and the heartland gets its large Switzerland, where demography still resembles the 1950s.

  254. Franz says:

    Get out of here. Trump was far from perfect, but the alternative was Hillary.

    I understand that. I just don’t buy it.

    Hillary would have probably discredited the Left. In doing so, she would open up questions as to why the old-time liberal left has turned into a permanent war party.

    Hillary would also have splendidly collapsed the Omnipotent Media: The lying press would have been on her side as she stoked more wars overseas, more anti-white policies at home. and a binge economy that is now “working” for maybe .001 percent of the population. If there’s a better way to destroy them I can’t think of it.

    And her CVD-19 lockdown policies would have probably been Maoist to the point of lunacy.

    I want to see the freak show called the Democratic Party hit a wall. With that slut it would be over by now.

    Hillary would have woke the dead to the scam “our” government is. Praise Trump’s forbearance if you like, but he only delayed the inevitable. Hillary would have sped up the awakening.

  255. @Onan the Barbarian

    In a word: Game over

    “Game over” is two words.

    But unfortunately for all of us, every other word – and the final sentiment – of your post is completely correct.

    I hope we take as many of the sub-human filth with us as possible.

  256. Neoconned says:

    I read Carl Sandburgs huge biography of Lincoln last year & 1 of the most potent things that hit me was just how much the elites weren’t in control. Lincoln i recall responded to a threat to kidnap him by saying “what good will that do? Even if they get rid of me someone worse will assume the presidency……”

    And another quote from the book taljed about civil wars in general about how the people who start them “….rarely see the end of them or dictate how they unfold…..”

    Outside agents may arm factions in our upcoming civil war(s) but it wont be a planned event much less will it “go to plan….”

    • Replies: @stevennonemaker88
  257. annamaria says:
    @Dave Bowman

    A message from the owners of the US. Enjoy:
    The Bolsheviks are back, with a vengeance.
    As you wrote (266), “hope we take as many of the sub-human filth with us as possible.”

    • Replies: @Priss Factor
  258. gay troll says:

    Building 7 in New York was not hit by a plane but went down anyway. It was the only backup site for the records the Navy team was working on. Many firefighters and others say the building was demolished with explosives.

    There is also the extremely inconvenient fact that the BBC reported the collapse of WTC7 before it happened. That event multiplied the impossible by the impossible: an unprecedented, implausible occurrence (the collapse of a steel framed building due to fire) was reported before it actually happened. Jane Standley managed to predict the impossible. The BBC explains this as a “mix-up” due to the heat of the moment. But it happened many hours after the Twin Towers had collapsed.

    Man plans while God laughs.

  259. Given what happened today, it does not look like any of Sabrosky’s four dystopias have taken the route he expected.

  260. @Anonymous

    “groups with an intrinsic low mean time preference (I’ve no figures on that)”
    Aint nobody got no figures on that.

  261. annamaria says:

    Ms. “bayviking,” if you tried to convince readers that Mrs. Pelosi (80yo profiteer and Israel-firster) and Mr. Biden (a cadaverous lover of Chinese and Ukrainian bribes) are comparable to the patriots JFK and RFK, you have failed.

    The demented traitors in charge of the Dem Party are no better than the real estate dealer. Actually, they are much worse than Donald thanks to their oversized hypocrisy. The hiring of a foreign agent Steele to undermine POTUS was Treason. The support for the BLM riots and ANTIFA’s thugs has been Treason. The use of intelligence services and MSM to undermine POTUS has been Treason.

    By the way, if you feel so morally superior by issuing your invectives, why don’t you check the parenting skills of Joe and Jill Biden? Does the name Hunter Biden ring something for you?

    • Replies: @bayviking
  262. gay troll says:

    Zion has owned and operated the CIA from day one.

  263. Given the events of January 6, 2021, I would say we’re on the path to civil war.

  264. bayviking says:

    I harbor little love for Democrats, especially it’s leadership. But Republican acts of treason Trump all Democrat crime, which pales in comparison.

    Bush 41 and Ollie North conspired against Carter on behalf of Reagan for Iran to hold US hostages until after the election in exchange for US missiles in violation of US law. They went on to exchange cocaine for weapons to find the Contrast in violation of Congress. What followed with that flood of cocaine brought in on CIA planes was the crack cocaine epidemic which triggered a Nationwide imprisonment of minorities on a scale never seen before anywhere in the world.

    Then Bush 43 launched the disastrous illegal Iraq wsr based entirely on lies. His grandpa was censored by Congress for selling steel to Hitler, so the Bush family crimes are multigenerational.

    None of this stopped DC from giving 43 a funeral with full honors. We live in a sea of lies which the orange sloth has accelerated.

    • Agree: gay troll
  265. @Dr. Doom

    Introduction to civil war just happened this afternoon.

  266. JWalters says:
    @Just another serf

    We must work to end this pattern. Two suggestions. (1) We must follow the money to the coordinating center. And (2) we must push the overwhelming facts into the mainstream media.

    The mountains of evidence establish that Israel, and more specifically the Rothschild financial syndicate behind Israel, is the controller and coordinator of our government and corporate media, and the instigator of these gigantic crimes.
    “War Profiteer Story”

    We must arm ourselves with details, and links to solid evidence, and post these on mainstream media outlets, such as ABC News, NBC, Fox, etc. Give their reporters and pundits support to discuss these things, and to pitch these stories to their editors. Embarrass them by showing them their audience is scooping them on the biggest stories of the century.

    All Americans have a common enemy, and a common enemy is a very powerful uniting factor.

  267. JWalters says:

    On the other hand, the US has already been colonized by the Rothschild Empire, with head offices in the London, Wall Street, Israel axis of evil. Covid is plausibly an operation to beat back rising dissent. Trump said on 9/11 itself that explosives must have been used. So he likely figured out who did it and had to go. The anthrax attacks were part of 9/11, and also initially blamed on Arab patsies. The anthrax was from an American military lab, readily accessible to the Israelis. A lot of useful info is in
    “War Profiteers and Israel’s Bank”

  268. Alfred says:

    I also recall seeing the Australia soy production was hit by their flooding last year.

    Actually, Australian farmers are having a good season. When there is plentiful rain in Australia, there is drought in the other side of the Pacific. There is a la Ninã at present.

    La Nina to take hold of agri markets in 2021

    Victoria’s annual rainfall last year of 671 millimetres was back above the long-run average for the first time since 2016, and for only the second time since 2011.

    La Nina points to a cooler and damper summer for Victoria

    It is interesting how the BOM has not yet thought of a way to change the rainfall data. Putting weather stations in the outback has raised the fake average temperature of Australia. 🙂

  269. @annamaria

    The real revolution will happen when people realize… “Jews rule us… and Jews hate us.”

    Without that hurdle of realization, nothing is possible.

    And it’s not Bolsheviks but globo-homo Ball- Shave-iks funded by Wall Street.

  270. Mikael_ says:

    I actually know a couple that lives in Panama, halfway up a high mountain so to get a more moderate climate.

    Nice place for [early] retirees. But the country is 100% US-controlled. Security by obscurity only works up to a point.
    Also not sure that is a country I would want to raise children in.

    • Replies: @TheTrumanShow
  271. Mikael_ says:

    Well you cannot just make up your own definitions of socialism and communism, and then without even stating them present derived conclusions from it.

    “Well it seems to me the best philosophy that women have come up with so far is ‘Everybody gets the same.’ Which is the correct approach inside a family. But for societies it fails to account for differential productivity.”

    I’d say that describes nicely the foundation of socialism (even though that was not the intent of the speaker.)
    And communism/leninism is just a “solution” how to force that [socialism] on people.

    Finance “capitalism” only works [for a while] with fiat currencies, where the number of unfulfillable promises is unlimited – at least up to the point when people start to not care about such ‘promises’ anymore. But that means the “money” quickly becomes more and more fake, and in that way the ‘capital’ in capitalism also dissolves, so it’s not capitalism anymore.
    So I see the use of such a term ‘finance capitalism’ more as an attempt to muddy the waters even more, than to clearly define the issue.

    If you disagree with anything, please provide your concise definitions!

  272. @RoatanBill

    Yes, the world was watching then too. The southern planters’ chief allies, the powerful British and European bankers and tradesmen to whom they sold most of their cotton, encouraged them to split apart the world’s only experiment in self-government. In the European Spring of 1848, the old world was convulsed by revolutionaries inspired by America’s example to rise up and put an end to kings and emperors everywhere. It was clear the time had come, and discontented American dupes were available, to neutralize the threat to tyranny that the United States once was. You might recall that eighty years later the British did the same thing to Poland, promised them military aid they had no intention of providing, in order to achieve a larger policy objective. You might also notice that the Mexican peasants’ defeat of Napoleon III’s first invasion of Mexico on Cinco de Mayo, 1862, caused Britain to pull out of its alliance with France to reconquer what lands it could take in the western hemisphere while America was at war with itself.

  273. @gotmituns

    I’m too old as well to really suffer from the horrors to come but I have kids and grandkids. That’s my concern.

  274. Yes, it sad times for America. Of the social engineering weapon now known as Covid19, i have said from the beginning, Trump should have stood up and called it what is, a fraud. But, either he us too in debt to the banksters or blackmailed, or both.
    Had he, back in January 2020, refused to go along what would America be today? It’s possible the complicit media would have been broken up, along with the social media giants. Gates, Fauci et al, exposed and jailed. But, I think Trump got greedy. Went along with the insidious vaccine agenda, making lots of money too. Did he think he could play both sides? Or was everything we witnessed during his term just a part of their script?
    It getting dark in here. Moderna came out and admitted the 1st vaccine is not medicine (none are), but an operating platform. Take it and you will be hooked to the IOT. The public cares not. 70 years of fluoride, broadcasted brainwashing, topped with a layer heavy netals sprayed, has ensured the elite a docile herd.
    To the young and awake I say this: get right with God, find an acre or 2, preferably with water, marry a like minded man or woman, and become self sufficient. Ignore the beast. It drives it crazy.

    • Agree: Robjil
  275. We may see a sort of “lite” version of the author’s “endless civil war” dystopia, where today’s factional divisions harden into sectarian strife, but not to the degree of declaring competing governments. Something more like the troubles in Northern Ireland, perhaps?

    • Agree: TTSSYF
  276. @Neoconned

    The do not have TOTAL control, but they are very well organized and they have a tremendous amount of power. Look at the coordinated world wide covid response if you think they are amateurs. Their power is Global. Look at the propaganda surrounding both world wars. The current elites who are largely jewish international financiers have been mostly in control of the west since before WW1.

    • Agree: TheTrumanShow
  277. gsjackson says:
    @the grand wazoo

    He did call it a fraud back in March. But then he apparently found it politically expedient to play along.

  278. @the grand wazoo

    So what about Covid is exactly a fraud? The disease, or the governmental response to the disease?

    If you think the disease is a fraud, I am sure there are hospitals around the country that could use your volunteer services (wouldn’t want to spend government money would we) to help the patients who are at the hospitals.

    Look for the ones that claim they are crowded and short on help. Go see if your help is required and report back. Make sure you go into patients rooms where they have a diagnosis of Covid and please do not use PPE so that you really have a good chance of getting infection so that you can have herd immunity.

    Make sure you catch the disease from someone you think is really sick and not faking it. Like someone about to be put on a ventilator. So if you never have symptoms yourself, you can be sure they were faking it after all.

    Love to see your report when you are done.

    • Replies: @By-tor
    , @TTSSYF
  279. Robjil says:

    If you think the disease is a fraud, I am sure there are hospitals around the country that could use your volunteer services (wouldn’t want to spend government money would we) to help the patients who are at the hospitals.

    If it is “real”, it was created for a purpose. Our rulers are tired of us. Sadly, it looks that way.

    Will advancements in biotechnology enable genetically engineered pathogens to become a weapon of choice for nations, groups, and/or individuals in 2035? In presenting the argument, a look into conventional biological warfare agents is necessary before focusing on advanced systems in determining the plausible role and effects of genetically engineered pathogens in the future. Characteristics of each pathogen will be discussed to determine the threats and challenges they may present by the year 2035. Rogue states, radical groups, and individuals, given the opportunity to employ biological weapons, will most likely use it to inflict harm and terror on the United States and its allies. Therefore, knowing what is to come will allow the United States to prepare for and deter the use of these nefarious weapons.

  280. @Just another serf

    People want to believe. As they turned away from God, they sought to believe other things. The world is too bleak and pointless and cruel to live any other way for most. So they believe that their nation is inherently the good guys (WW1/WW2), that there are evil terrorists who attacked them (9/11), that there was a real-life messiah (Obama), that there is a real-life devil (Trump), that guns are inherently evil (Sandy Hook), that blacks are martyrs and racist whites are demons, etc etc. It’s not about facts, it’s about having something to believe in. Provide a story that sustains their belief, and they are literally unable to question it.

    • Thanks: Just another serf
  281. By-tor says:

    The politically waffling CDC revise its non-comorbidity survival rate to 99.5% back in Nov.-December 2020. Covid is actually the mail-in ballot and asset theft virus. There is no such thing as ‘asymptomatic transmission’.

    • Agree: TTSSYF
  282. @anon

    “what happens if the Covid vaccinations turn out to be genetically modified attack on the people ”

    It IS a GenMod attack already.


    Video Link

  283. @Mikael_

    “Also not sure that is a country I would want to raise children in.”

    That is THE question. One can hide out just about anywhere, even under a log. But those with children will need to ask themselves if is that where and how they want to rear their children.

  284. TTSSYF says:

    So what about Covid is exactly a fraud? The disease, or the governmental response to the disease?

    The latter, quite obviously.

  285. @Just another serf


    You need to see a mental health professional as soon as possible. Instead of being a coward and making up total garbage, why don’t you learn how to read. More importantly, you need to learn how to think. Clowns like you think you can make up and say anything you want. You’re just another fool who who makes up his own history and uses the bible as a hand book to learn how to poop. Grow up!

  286. @Art

    Women aren’t leaders and childless women aren’t people.

    • Replies: @Tony Massey
  287. Anonymous[209] • Disclaimer says:

    If the incoming Congress and Biden/Harris get too radical too quickly, they could be in trouble for 2022.

    That’s why they’re going to quickly try to do these things before 2022:

    > Legalize milllions of illegal aliens who will vote for Democrats
    > Drop the voting age to 15 or 16

    Note that 93% of the Blacks in Georgia voted for the two Dem senate candidates: Ossoff and Warnock.

    I really don’t wish to blame all Blacks but with all due respect and sympathy, they’re dragging America down with the way they vote – for free stuff, affirmative action, and hate-Whitey stuff.

    When this country is ruled by them and certain other minorities, America is finished. Kaput!

  288. Anon[149] • Disclaimer says:
    @Brian USA

    Blacks and Mestizo’s make up around 30% of the US population but together only share about 2% of the nations wealth. Jews are 2% but control around 35% of the wealth. Only jews have so much more and only blacks and mestizo’s are left so far behind.

    Is it really to hard to figure out why jews want a never ending line of black and mestizo immigrants?

  289. @Andy Horton

    Ashli babbit was a real woman

  290. Bert says:
    @Ray Caruso

    The only history that you know appears to be counterfactual fantasy. The American Revolution was about the replacement of the rigid British version of social hierarchy with a more fluid and local American version. And also about the ability of colonists to occupy Amerindian lands during which the American elite could be enriched through land speculation. There was never the intent of real social leveling. If the American revolutionary elite was so committed to egalitarianism, then why were volunteer Continental soldiers not paid or supplied with clothing for years on end? If the American revolutionary elite was so fair-minded, why did the Charleston city leaders, all wealthy of course, prohibit the backcountry militia from participating in the triumphant American army parade into the city that followed literally on the heels of the British military evacuation on December 14, 1782. It was that militia which had foiled the British conquest of South Carolina, a fact that the Charleston grandees knew well because they capitulated in 1780 while the militia kept fighting. The only egalitarianism on display in the American Revolution was among the militia where men self-organized and chose whom to follow.

    The monarchies that behave so rationally in your fantasy led the Western world during the real 1914 into a disaster that continues today.

    The origin of the state (see Scott’s “Against the Grain”) was based on taxation and forced labor. The natural endpoint of the state is despotism and harems. See Betzig’s “Despotism and Differential Reproduction.”

  291. I give #fkfacebiden 3 months. Whether it’s him or the fake-ngga Hindu veshya, they and (((fake news))) will still be blaming Trump even a year from now.

  292. @By-tor

    From the facts that they have a massive population crowded into an inadequate land area, inadequate fossil fuels and other natural resources for their people to live well, and have been insulted and humiliated by the US and its vassals for decades — not to mention actually occupied by western powers. Chinese people have not forgotten, and their government won’t let them forget.

    Also from the fact that an increasingly lazy, dumbed-down, culturally, racially, linguistically balkanized population killing and robbing each other for food and water, with fraying supply lines, inability to pay to maintain healthcare and roads/bridges and other features of modern civilization, police forces either not allowed to protect decent people or not interested in taking the risks of doing so, a population characterized by systematic drug abuse, morbid obesity, and physical weakness …. is not difficult for a large, unified, proud, organized modern military force to exterminate or push out of territory.

    Yeah, it’s ridiculous to envision China taking US territory as our currency, economy, and societal structures collapse and most people are reduced to desperate poverty and ill health.

    • Agree: annamaria
  293. @Alfred

    Under these circumstances, the Russian government is probably wise to tax exports of vital materials used in modern agriculture.

    The US government should prohibit the export of water and limit the export of fossil fuels. Their first obligation is to make sure that the American people have what we need in the future (laughter ensues).

  294. @Kratoklastes

    aside from the obvious lessons of real history this country needs a radical change which i think cannot take place. but here goes………..


    1. we need to replace 99% of all congressmen of both houses and put any corrupt officials on trial with punishment according to the offense.
    2. we need to put the supreme court under the same microscope as well.
    3. we need an honest, hardworking leader with a small group of similar, like-minded advisors in the white house. and this group must be open to a public referendum after 5 years to determine if they can stay in power.
    4. a new congress with honest people with decent salaries who are subject to 4 year referendums as well as the central government leaders. no lobbies in the future of any kind and no outside financial support of any kind except a small amount from the U.S. Treasury used for re-election purposes.
    5. close the federal reserve and examine it’s directors. re-instate the national financial control to the Treasury.
    6. cancel all welfare except social security and medicare and make both fiscally responsible. allow disabled war veterans decent benefits and medically provable civilian disabled persons also qualified to receive decent benefits as well.
    7. all other welfare recipients will be enrolled in a 2-4 year paid training program to re-educate them in independent living skills and vocational training as well as healthy living concepts and practices. upon graduation jobs will be awaiting them.
    8. all monies earned in the U,S. must be invested in the U.S. and all usd foreign transfers must be returned to U.S. banks within 6 months. failing to do this carries a capital punishment offense.
    9. all companies wishing to do business in the U.S. must have factories here employing local citizens or face a 200% import tax, if these same companies wish to maintain a foreign factory to do business in that same foreign country without importing their products to the U.S. will be allowed.
    10. mandatory 4 year military service, no exceptions except for severe disability.
    11. tightening of immigration laws
    12. profit sharing in all companies. if the ceo gets a 20% monthly/yearly bonus based on salary for example, then all lower employee positions must share the same rate based on their positive contribution to the company’s success.
    13. oil drilled in this country belongs to it’s citizens and this translates to free gasoline/diesel fuel to all U.S. citizens. any excess sold abroad belongs to the companies doing the drilling work.
    14. a national labor union must be created to include labor and business to train them in their interdependence on one another with a board of arbitration to settle any disputes, no strikes allowed.
    15. a realistic national wage scale for workers to be able to support their families and to keep at home as much as is possible, mothers to care for the family and to support their husbands. protection of women/mothers will be a mandatory responsibility of husbands and by law.
    16. a national labor service for 2 years for all males 16-18 followed by military service. this service is paid and will include work to improve the infrastructure in the U.S. and will be mandatory for all males regardless of social position.
    17. abolition of all political parties except for the national socialist american party.
    18. a free but responsible media supporting the truth in reporting and education.
    19. complete overhaul of our educational system.
    20. national support of free speech and the right to bear arms.
    21. reduction of overseas military bases and the resulting expenses.
    22. overhaul of U.S. foreign policy.
    23. maintenance of the U.S. constitution with a few modifications.
    24. overhaul of the criminal justice system and the penal system.

    • Replies: @Kratoklastes
  295. If America goes down, should it not at least take Israel with it?

  296. The fourth and final dystopia is a true “Orwellian world,” an unholy blend of 1984 and Animal Farm …

    More like a blend of Atlas Shrugged and The Camp of the Saints.

  297. Publius 2 says:

    On point, and this was written before Jan. 6. It’s all so obvious now.

  298. Patriot 2 says:

    After 9-11 and the subsequent coverup, some of us predicted this was in America’s future but of course we had no way of knowing how or when it would be brought about. It is worth noting these same people are making this move throughout the Western World so it is truly a struggle against death or enslavement by those who have hijacked America.

  299. BeeGee says:
    @Peter D. Bredon

    I think that was Dr. Biden, who has an Ed. D. In education…

  300. @Agent76

    Thanks for the link which I just read and saved.

  301. @Mikael_

    So let’s get this straight: you believe that there is no alternative to State structures for dispute resolution, community defence, and the like?

    There’s 150 years of scholarship that disagrees with you. Competitive provision of security, dispute resolution and the like is a solved problem.

    In fact the entire Law Merchant worked for several centuries, despite having no enforcement power (especially across jurisdictions). People abided by the directions of this entirely-private dispute resolution mechanism, because if they failed to do so they would suffer reputational harm that would prevent them from doing business.

    That’s the key: a variant of the totalitarian ‘social credit score’, but maintained by multiple competing firms and funded entirely by subscription. It imposes some small obligations for people to do due diligence before signing up – but so does any subscription.

    The entire State institutional edifice relies – quite critically – on fuckwits with a primary-school understanding of the way the world works. That is to say, people who lack the cognitive machinery to imagine that – for example – in the absence of a State monopoly for community defence, entrepreneurs will establish firms that furnish security.

    Those firms will compete: since competition through providing a good value proposition is far less costly than competition through violence, firms will not ‘go to war’ with each other. (Hint: without a mandatory tax base or zero-premium access to debt markets, the ‘most warlike’ security firm will be driven to bankruptcy within a few iterations).

    The current market for private security is massive – that should be a hint that the State is failing to furnish security. ‘Failing’ is actually the wrong term here: it implies they’re making an unsuccessful attempt, but they’re not.

    If you had anything worth protecting, you would be a fucking moron if you relied on State police forces to protect it. These days if you don’t have cameras and an alarm system that links to a private-sector security firm that does have a duty of care, you pretty much don’t have anything worth stealing.

    State police forces are specifically indemnified from any duty of care towards We The Livestock: the case law on that goes all the way back to South v Maryland 59 U.S. 396 (1855), so you’ve had 150 years to become aware of it.

    Some case studies: you can be in the basement on the phone to the police as home intruders are upstairs raping your room-mate, and if the police fail to respond that’s not a violation of any professional obligation. (That’s the facts-situation in Warren v. District of Columbia 444 A.2d. 1, D.C. Ct. of Ap. 1981)

    Or you can have a restraining order against an ex-partner, and State police can ignore repeated calls after he kidnaps the kids – and later the ex-partner is killed in a shootout with police and the corpses of your 3 kids are found in his car. (That’s the facts situation behind Castle Rock v. Gonzales 545 U.S. 748 (2005))

    Or you can telephone the police about your weird neighbour, and ask that he be investigated because you think there’s a very good chance that he’s a notorious serial killer. When he kills you two weeks later, the courts later find that the police can’t be expected to follow up on your call. (That’s the facts situation behind Hill v Chief Constable of West Yorkshire [1987] UKHL 12, [1989] AC 53)

    So tell me how a competitive market for security provision would result in worse outcomes – bear in mind that these cases set the bar for all subsequent events of a similar nature.

    In particular, tell me what mechanisms private security providers would use to get out of compensation claims if they failed to fulfil their contractual obligations. (Ch 11? Sorry… that’s a State doctrine). Imagine the reputational damage that would happen if a private firm breached its contract in a similar way and then failed to abide by a DRO direction to compensate.


    It is a mark of utter ignorance to quote Hobbes; it assumes that man is not inherently a social animal. If Hobbes’ thesis was remotely correct and man is vile… why the fuck would anybody expect the people running the government to be of a superior moral type?

    Hobbes was a fucking retard. Leviathan is a piss-poor apologia for the claimed obligation for people to funnel value upwards to the human vermin who seek to rule; the fact that its value qua apologia is why it receives a strong imprimatur from the powerful is lost on people who lack the appropriate wetware.

    Nobody is saying that dimbulbs like you can’t continue to give 50% of your output to a group of grasping, conniving cunts who have no obligation to fulfil their side of the contract. Knock yourself out – just don’t expect anyone with half a brain to subscribe to the same bullshit.

    • Replies: @Mikael_
  302. @ns supporter

    That’s quite the list. It might solve about 10% of the problems for about a week.

    If it posed even a slight impediment to the people who profit from the current system, the list would be abandoned and all talk of the list would invite scrutiny.

    At bottom, the problem with trying to fix the existing system, is that it assumes that the existing system is failing the people who matter (i.e., the people to whose advantage the system works).

    It assumes that the existing system was set up to do things that the system was not set up to do.

    The system’s objectives are not to make the world behave like the video clip for Shiny Happy People; the system’s main objective is to transfer massive amounts of wealth, value and effort, to a narrow clique of arseholes.

    The system is not failing to do what its controllers intend. It’s doing that just fine.

  303. Mikael_ says:

    In fact the entire Law Merchant worked for several centuries, despite having no enforcement power (especially across jurisdictions). People abided by the directions of this entirely-private dispute resolution mechanism, because if they failed to do so they would suffer reputational harm that would prevent them from doing business.

    So in your whole essay the above quote is the only thing that attempts to handle my central question to you “how do you live in a society without a, just a little bit centralized, system of Rule of Law?”
    And it’s a utopian pipedream, as usual with the know-it-all types.

    To your credit [sic], you even somewhat address the fact that to “suffer reputational harm” is a method that doesn’t scale well, i.e. won’t work in multi-million headcount societies. But your shooting-from-the-hip attempt to solve that with

    a variant of the totalitarian ‘social credit score’, but maintained by multiple competing firms and funded entirely by subscription

    is outright hilarious, as the multiple competing [credit score] firms worked so well in the example of Moody’s, S&P, and Fitch, right??

    So you failed to address ‘who controls the controllers.’
    In real life, your competing [social credit score] firms would be completely corrupted within a decade, and to “fix” that you’d end up either resorting to anarchy, or with a centralized system. Again.

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