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All our political forms are exhausted and practically nonexistent. Our parliamentary system and electoral system and our political parties are just as futile as dictatorships are intolerable. Nothing is left. And this nothing is increasingly aggressive, totalitarian and omnipresent.
Jacques Ellul, Anarchy and Christianity (1991)

Look at them! Look at them, will you? Behold our politicians’ horrible languid maws!; the courtier-like faces of department managers. They are indeed salesmen, for the very power of nations is measure in relation to their own mercantile activity.
Jean Cau, Le meutre d’un enfant (1965)

“What’s going to happen now?” I was asked earlier today. “Nothing and everything,” I replied. Immigration, largely unchallenged and unscathed (excepting the incidental impact of COVID-19 on population movement) from four years of Trumpism, will now continue to accelerate unabated. Zionism will continue to enjoy the expansion of American institutional and military support, this time with the blood interest of Jared Kushner replaced with the Jewish spouses of all three of Biden’s children. And the momentary Obama-era delusion of a post-racial America will continue to dissolve in the reality of the increasing awareness and importance of race throughout the West, not solely as a result of mass migration but also of the increasing ubiquity of the ideologies of racial grievance and revenge. There will, of course, be a dramatic change for the worse in tone and spirit, and some smaller legislative victories like the banning of federal anti-racism training will likely soon be reversed. The defeat of Donald Trump is also hugely demoralizing to many decent American people, and emboldening to their bitterest enemies. This is to be sorely regretted. But it is in the shared qualities of Trump and Biden, rather than the election and sham ballots, that the real nature of our political systems and their future can be perceived. And it is in these shared qualities that our true problems lie.

Parliamentary electoral democracy is merely a representation of the general system in which it operates. Slavoj Zizek comments:

At the empirical level, of course, multi-party liberal democracy “represents” — mirrors, registers, measures — the quantitative dispersal of different opinions of the people, what they think about the proposed programs of the parties and about their candidates, etc. However, prior to this empirical level and in a much more radical sense, the very form of multi-party liberal democracy “represents” — instantiates — a certain vision of society, politics, and the role of the individuals in it: politics is organized in parties that compete through elections to exert control over the state legislative and executive apparatus, etc. One should always be aware that this frame is never neutral, insofar as it privileges certain values and practices.

The truth of the system, in terms of its non-negotiable aspects, is thus revealed in the “values and practices” privileged and ring-fenced under both Trump and Biden. What are these non-negotiables? Zionism, GloboHomo ideological capitalism and its “woke” leftist correlates, and the neoliberal promotion of GDP as the benchmark of human success and happiness.

Zionism

Jews have little to fear from a Biden presidency, which is presumably why Haaretz is claiming that the “American Jewish vote clinched Biden’s victory and Trump’s ouster. … American Jews decided the outcome of the U.S. elections.” Donald Trump might have been hailed as the “most pro-Israel President in U.S. history,” but Jews are notoriously unreliable in their partnerships with non-Jewish elites. Fate, it must be said, has not been kind to those gentile elites that have exhausted their usefulness to Jews. And Trump is surely exhausted, having spent a busy four years fighting for Jews in Israel and in the United States. He reversed long-standing US policies on several critical security, diplomatic and political issues to Israel’s favour, including the Iran nuclear accord, the treatment of Israel at the UN, and the status of Jerusalem and the Golan Heights. In December 2019, he announced his Executive Order on Combatting Anti-Semitism, promising to fight “the rise of anti-Semitism and anti-Semitic incidents in the United States and around the world.” One wonders what else he could possibly have done for these people—apart from a war with Iran—a question that appears to have been answered by Jews with a resounding “Nothing.” One can only imagine Trump’s facial expression on seeing Benjamin Netanyahu’s emphatic congratulations to Joe Biden, punctuated with the loving refrain: “I have a personal, long and warm connection with Joe Biden for nearly 40 years, and I know him to be a great friend of the State of Israel.”

Biden and Harris, replete with their immediate familial ties to Jews, are viewed in Zionist circles as being at least as reliable as Trump, although not as exuberant and bullish. Biden has been known as a staunch supporter of Israel throughout his 36 years in the Senate, often cites his 1973 encounter with then-Prime Minister Golda Meir as “one of the most consequential meetings” of his life, and has on more than one occasion regaled audiences with a tale about his father telling him that “You don’t need to be a Jew to be a Zionist.” While some modifications are likely in the American approach to Iran, few reversals are expected on Trump’s four years of pro-Israel activism. Biden, for example, has weakly criticized moving the embassy to Jerusalem but said he would not pull it back to Tel Aviv. Michael Herzog at Haaretz describes both Biden and Harris as “traditional Democrats, with a fundamental commitment to Israel whose roots are in part emotional in nature (in contrast to Obama).”

The change in relationship between America and Israel will be, in meaningful terms, restricted to the personal. Netanyahu, for all his fawning, is likely to undergo a personal demotion of sorts, with David Halbfinger of the New York Times pointing out that we can expect a Biden presidency to diminish Netanyahu’s “stature on the global stage and undercut his argument to restive Israeli voters that he remains their indispensable leader.” Palestinian leaders, probably the best-positioned to offer a perspective on the potential for an improvement in their condition under the new presidency, have been sombre to say the least. Hanan Ashrawi, a senior PLO official, responded to the question if she expected United States policy to continue tilting heavily in Israel’s favor: “I don’t think we’re so naïve as to see Biden as our savior.” Contrast this with the cheerfulness and confidence of Israel settlers who have grown accustomed to the perennial nature of American support for Zionism. David Elhayani, head of the Yesha Council, an umbrella for Jewish settlements in the West Bank, said the party of the U.S. president ultimately doesn’t matter so long as the baseline commitment to support Israel persists: “Under Obama, we built more [settlement] houses than we have under Trump … I think Biden is a friend of Israel.”

The fact that the grassroots of the Democratic Party are drifting away from Zionism is no more consequential than the fact the grassroots of the Republican Party wanted major action on immigration reform. The former, like the latter, have been equally ignored by the real power brokers and influencers. Regardless of the radical appearance of Democrat-affiliated movements like Black Lives Matter, the fact remains that all of the leftist aggression and rhetoric of the summer of 2020 has resulted in the putative election of an establishment Zionist and political pragmatist who is sure to execute a more or less formulaic neoliberal scheme for government. In one sense, the bland, forgetful, and familiar Biden, who lacks any hint of genuine or novel ideology and was elected purely as a symbol of “not Trump,” is the fitting response to Trump, who was equally devoid of ideological sincerity or complexity beyond the symbolism of “not Establishment.” And so, while the media proclaims, as Heraclitus, that “all is in flux,” from a different perspective we could argue, like Parmenides, the opposite — “there is no motion at all.”

GloboHomo

If I retain one abiding, surreal, memory of the Trump presidency in the years ahead it will be the Don dancing to the Village People in the wake of his numerous drives to legalize homosexuality in various African backwaters. That the Red State Christians comprising so much of his base could maintain their self-adopted blind spot on this issue is a remarkable testament to the power of personality, because no world leader in history has done more in recent history than Donald Trump to export what E. Michael Jones has so aptly termed “the Gay Disco” — the double-barrelled shotgun of unbridled finance capitalism and the superficial freedom of sexual “liberty.” As the pastors and preachers of South Carolina and Texas urged their huddled congregations to pray for the President, Trump was busy dispatching new missionaries, like U.S. Ambassador to Germany Richard Grenell, to the corners of the earth in search of converts to the Church of GloboHomo.

In February 2019, the U.S. embassy indulged in some nostalgia for Weimar when it flew LGBT activists from across Europe to Berlin for a strategy dinner to plan to push for decriminalization in places that still outlaw homosexuality — mostly concentrated in the Middle East, Africa and the Caribbean. For my part, I can think of many social problems in these parts of the world, but it really takes a special kind of mind to arrive at the opinion that one of the most pressing is that they need to become more gay. Grenell, however, horrified that Iran has the audacity to execute its own convicted homosexual pederasts, was not to be deterred, and was instrumental in the blackmail of lesser nations, promising they would be denied access to terrorism intelligence if they don’t legalise homosexuality. All of which has left the far corners of the American cultural-military empire questioning whether they could better live with suicide bombers or sodomy.

Against such manoeuvres, Biden’s apparent claim to be one half of the “most pro-equality ticket in history” seems a little overstated. That being said, there’s no question that Biden is going to step up the domestic nature of GloboHomo significantly as soon as he assumes office. Biden has pledged to sign the Equality Act, thus far opposed by the Trump administration, within his first 100 days in office, a piece of legislation that will amend “the Civil Rights Act to prohibit discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity in employment, housing, public accommodations, public education, federal funding, credit, and the jury system.” Biden has pledged to appoint significant numbers of homosexuals and transsexuals to positions of influence, and has promised to allow transsexuals to join the military. Experienced in advancing global LGBT+ dogma as part of the Obama-Biden administration, Biden will also once again take up the global mantle, expressing his “hopes to reverse Trump’s efforts and expand queer rights internationally by making equality a centrepiece of US diplomacy,” and condemning Poland’s “LGBT-free zones.” Stunning and brave indeed.

There is a certain sense in the cases of both Trump and Biden that, for all the flamboyance of their efforts in this area, there is a performative aspect to this politics. I don’t get the impression that either has been especially personally committed to these ideas or actions, but that, as pragmatic-symbolic politicians, they have been made aware that this is the direction the broader System is moving in and they should comply and support it. The longevity and gradual acceleration of these trends, beginning in earnest with the presidency of Bill Clinton, would suggest a systemic movement underlying, and entirely untethered to, specific political parties or figures. Throughout the West, and much as with Zionism, GloboHomo, or hedonistic credit-based capitalism and its sexual correlates more generally, is to be accepted and promoted as an essential part of the role of neoliberal government. In the context of declining basic freedoms at home, for example the obvious decline in free speech and the creeping criminalisation of meaningful dissent against the status quo, the international promotion of homosexuality and transsexual identities offers a cost-free and PR-friendly method for increasingly authoritarian neoliberal regimes to posture as crusaders for freedom. The trucker in Ohio is, logical flaws notwithstanding, and whether he wants it or not, thus assured of his place in the Land of the Free via his government’s emancipation of the gays and transvestites of Uganda. Engaged politically only at the most superficial level, the masses play along with this ruse, often in blunt denial, possessing only fragmentary realisations of the fact their countries are changing around them while the petty “rewards” of Americanism are meagre and peculiar, if not insulting.

GDP!

Along with frequent reassurances that he was “giving serious consideration” to doing something, Trump’s presidency was marked by regular updates on the performance of American GDP. Unfortunately the GDP, like the Jewish vote, appears to have stabbed him in the back, with around 70% of American GDP represented in counties that (putatively!) voted Democrat. Trump’s tragicomic belief in GDP performance as a form of politics in its own right is perhaps the quintessential example of the mentality of homo economicus and the tendency of neoliberals to view countries as mere zones, or economic areas, where everything is based on rationalism and materialism, and national success is purely a calculation of economic self-interest. Writing pessimistically of Trump’s expected nomination in 2015, I issued a stark warning about the influence of Jared Kushner, but also added:

For all his bluster, Trump is a creation and product of the bourgeois revolution and its materialistic liberal ideologies. We are teased and tantalized by the fantasy that Trump is a potential “man of the people.” But I cannot escape the impression that he is a utilitarian and primarily economic character, who seeks a social contract based on personal convenience and material interest. In his business and political history I see only the “distilled Jewish spirit.”

I don’t think I’ve seen anything over the last four years that has made me question or revise that assessment. Trump’s dedicated tweeting on GDP in fact had the opposite effect.

The disturbing reality, of course, is that GDP is only one side of a national economy. Another crucial aspect is government borrowing, and current projections suggest that the United States is “condemned to eternal debt.” According to The Budget Office of the United States Congress (CBO), “the US economy would enter the first half of this century with a public debt equivalent to 195 percent of its GDP. … In the next 30 years the debt of the most powerful economy on the planet would more than double.” The first significant jump occurred in the wake of the subprime crisis, in which Jewish mortgage lenders were especially prominent. The subprime crisis forced public debt to 37 percent of GDP, which then rose steadily to 79 percent between 2008 and the outbreak of COVID-19. It now stands at 98 percent, and is accelerating. Although the United States has reached comparable levels of debt in the past, there has almost always been an accompanying war, or wars, which acted as a financial pressure valve — a fact that does not bode well for isolationists but may be encouraging news for Zionist hawks.

Joe Biden has claimed recently that “a Biden-Harris Administration will not be measured just by the stock market or GDP growth, but by the extent to which growth is raising the pay, dignity, and economic security of our working families” — while at the same time welcoming millions of new immigrants and legalizing the ~20M+ illegals into the workforce .The American economy is in fact extremely unlikely to change direction, with Biden reassuring his billionaire donors gathered at the Carlyle Hotel in Manhattan in June 2019 that “no one’s standard of living will change, nothing would fundamentally change.” I believe him. Biden was part of an administration that looked on as 10 million working Americans lost their homes. Matt Stoller at the Washington Post has described Obama-era Democrat economic policies as “in effect, a wholesale attack on the American home (the main store of middle-class wealth) in favor of concentrated financial power.” Biden was part of a team that outright rejected prosecuting major bankers for fraud and money laundering, and that represented one of the most monopoly-friendly administrations in history:

2015 saw a record wave of mergers and acquisitions, and 2016 was another busy year. In nearly every sector of the economy, from pharmaceuticals to telecom to Internet platforms to airlines, power was concentrated. And this administration, like George W. Bush’s before it, did not prosecute a single significant monopoly under Section 2 of the Sherman Act. Instead [under Obama] the Federal Trade Commission has gone after such villains as music teachers and ice skating instructors for ostensible anti-competitive behavior. This is very much a parallel of the financial crisis, as elites operate without legal constraints while the rest of us toil under an excess of bureaucracy.

Biden is the product of funding from forty-four billionaires, including six hedge fund speculators, seven real estate barons, and five in the tech sector. Of the top 22 donors, at least 18 are Jews (Jim Simons, Len Blavatnik, Stewart Resnick, Eli Broad, Neil Bluhm, David Bonderman, Herb Simon, Daniel Och, Liz Lefkovsky, Steve Mandel, Bruce Karsh, Howard Marks, S. Daniel Abraham, Marc Lasry, Jonathan Tisch, Daniel Lubetsky, Laurie Tisch, and Robert Toll). The Jewish consortium behind Biden is almost identical in its financial composition to that behind Trump which, as I’ve explained previously, was notable for its embodiment of “usury and vulture capitalism, bloated consumerism, and the sordid commercial exploitation of vice.” Biden’s transition team, meanwhile, is comprised of “executives from Lyft, Airbnb, Amazon, Capital One, Booz Allen, Uber, Visa, and JPMorgan.” In short, expectations that Biden is going to break up Big Tech, or any monopoly for that matter, are the fantasies of the deluded, the ignorant, and the duped.

Conclusion

While the drama and recrimination surrounding the election are unquestionably fascinating, I hope you’ll forgive for being less agitated than most. My reasons for lethargy are simple: I knew that regardless of outcome we’d get four more years — four more years of Zionism, GloboHomo, and the standardized, rationalized machinery of economic escalation that now provides the apologetic engine for mass migration. Behind the abortion debates, Supreme Court picks, culture wars, and media theater, these are the non-negotiables of the System. You don’t hear about them, and you can’t talk about them, because you can’t vote on them. And this is the biggest electoral fraud of all.

(Republished from The Occidental Observer by permission of author or representative)
 
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  1. chthonic says:

    Andrew Joyce for President. Or Prime Minister. Or both.

    • Agree: Rob McX, Lurker
    • Disagree: Druid
    • Replies: @God's Fool
  2. I feel particular sorrow for ordinary decent Americans, in what today should be the land of plenty for all, who are having to witness this horrible implosion of their country and values. Other than divine intervention there is no hope. The media, money markets and political classes are either directly run by the same children of a devil or by loathsome gentiles who have taken the Judas coin or who are cowards in fear of their miserable life’s.

    What is life if it means cowering down in the face of evil? An ancient voice trying to tell this strange world that you are controlled by an evil power and that your eternal fate is determined by how you respond to it i.e. join the freak show or stand up like a true man or woman and tell them no.

    The writer of this essay is a man of culture, with wide interests. There are not many left. Compare him to the moronic voices of today with their narrow perverted interests and weep for what faces you.

  3. I feel particular sorrow for ordinary decent Americans, in what today should be the land of plenty for all, who are having to witness this horrible implosion of their country and values. Other than divine intervention there is no hope. The media, money markets and political classes are either directly run by the same children of a devil or by loathsome gentiles who have taken the Judas coin or who are cowards in fear of their miserable life’s.

    Particular particular sorrow for the young. As for divine intervention, we used to have a saying about God helping those who help themselves. Surely there must be some action we can take.

    https://jailsoros.com/

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  4. Rob McX says:

    [Biden] has on more than one occasion regaled audiences with a tale about his father telling him that “You don’t need to be a Jew to be a Zionist”.

    His reminiscences of his father need not be taken too seriously. He also tells the story of him and his dad seeing two homosexuals kissing each other when he was a teenager. When asked by his son what was going on, Biden Sr explained: “It’s because they love each other”. Exactly what you’d expect a middle-aged Catholic used car dealer to say to his son 60 years ago.

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  5. onebornfree says: • Website

    “New Boss Same As The Old Boss”:

    Regardless of who becomes president, and unless the entire criminal facade implodes, Americans are guaranteed an even bigger, even more criminal federal government, many more laws, even less freedom, a higher cost of living, higher taxes, bigger deficits, and an even bigger federal debt burden, mainly because neither Trump or Biden appear to have ever read/understood the constitution and bill of rights and have no innate desire to return the federal government to strict enforcement of its original constitutional functions/limits.

    Furthermore, the vast majority of the population are no better than these two clowns – overall they have no desire for either more freedom for themselves, nor for the enforcement of strict, constitutional limits on the federal government, [if they even know what they are supposed to be].

    Until such time as :

    [1]at least 3-5% of Americans understand that government “solutions” never work, and that for their personal freedom and prosperity a return to original constitutional functions must be enacted, “effective immediately”, and that furthermore they have ……..

    [2] a presidential candidate willingly dedicated to returning the federal government to its original, very limited functions and size overnight [i.e no mamby-pamby Republican “gradualism”], then US citizens are guaranteed to experience the negative features I have listed in my first paragraph, and more besides.

    In my time in the US [30 + years], the only candidate for president that I know of to call for an immediate downsizing of the Federal government to its original size and constitutional functions [and, coincidentally, the only presidential candidate that ,to date, I have ever actively supported] was/is the late , great [and greatly missed, by me at any rate], Harry Browne who ran for US president in 1996 and 2000.

    See Harry Browne’s “Why Government Doesn’t Work” :http://www.jrbooksonline.com/PDF_Books/why_govt_doesnt_work.pdf

    Regards, onebornfree

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  6. Anon[363] • Disclaimer says:

    Hate on Andrew Joyce all you want, but you will not find an article of this length that argues this point better ANYWHERE. Period. Please, if you can, show us. And you know what else? Four years from now, we will see that his general thesis is correct.

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  7. Anon[363] • Disclaimer says:
    @onebornfree

    Yes, young people do not believe in a tiny government that takes no liberties in expanding on vague parts of the constitution and only does the things that the Constitution spells out very clearly. Neither do most older people. We do not believe in small government as a principle.

    That is objectively worse.

    I have visited one state in particular that tries to keep its government as small as possible. South Carolina. A great many utilities are even provided by the private sector. The government often does not even repair the roads. So they are, predictably, in awful state.

    If you cross the border to either North Carolina or Georgia, the difference in the quality of life is STARK. Same gene pool. Same heritage. Same culture. Quality of life difference: night and day.

    Society is FAR better off with greater economic organization, and since this often does not come from voluntary private economic actors, the government can step in and make things FAR better for everyone. More than anyone, the smallest man benefits.

    South Carolina is a poverty-ridden 3rd-world hellhole. People are living in dilapidated cottages and old trailers, seemingly everywhere, except the nicest areas of the cities. You can keep your 3rd-world hellhole. I’ll take an organized economy, with intelligent economists giving smart directions and offering wise interventions, hands down.

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  8. @Jack McArthur

    Excellent diagnosis.In time the pendulum swings.The tide turns
    because it has to.Changing reality is not easy or smart.They will learn.

    • Agree: Ugetit
  9. onebornfree says: • Website
    @Anon

    “I’ll take an organized economy, with intelligent economists giving smart directions and offering wise interventions, hands down.”

    Well, dream on! 😎

    You are delusional, and living in a fantasy world that has, and will, never exist.

    There are and never have been, or will be “intelligent economists giving smart directions and offering wise interventions”, who somehow know whats best for everyone, you gullible fool.

    The same goes for the intelligent “scientists” political demagogues etc. etc. out there who fancy themselves capable of running everyones’s lives for them better than they themselves can.

    But by all means carry on deluding yourself, after all I’m always in need of a good laugh 😂.

    Why Government Doesn’t Work” :http://www.jrbooksonline.com/PDF_Books/why_govt_doesnt_work.pdf

    “Regards” onebornfree

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  10. Realist says:

    While the drama and recrimination surrounding the election are unquestionably fascinating, I hope you’ll forgive for being less agitated than most. My reasons for lethargy are simple: I knew that regardless of outcome we’d get four more years — four more years of Zionism, GloboHomo, and the standardized, rationalized machinery of economic escalation that now provides the apologetic engine for mass migration. Behind the abortion debates, Supreme Court picks, culture wars, and media theater, these are the non-negotiables of the System. You don’t hear about them, and you can’t talk about them, because you can’t vote on them. And this is the biggest electoral fraud of all.

    Exactly correct. As early as mid April 2017 I could see that Trump had no intention of keeping his promises to middle Americans…I wrote a comment to this blog saying as much.

    Trump is a minion of the Deep State.

    The Deep State doesn’t care about the unimportant internecine squabbles of the two parties as long as their important issues are advanced (wealth and power). As a matter of fact it strengthens the false perception that there is a choice when voting.

    Trump and the Deep State do not care what the American people want. They know that most American people are inane fools and will believe anything. Most Americans would rather watch America’s Got Talent, Dancing With The Stars or The Masked Singer than be informed about important issues.

    • Agree: Ugetit, AKINDLE
  11. @Jack McArthur

    The media, money markets and political classes are either directly run by the same children of a devil or by loathsome gentiles who have taken the Judas coin or who are cowards in fear of their miserable life’s.

    They all have something in common. The people who are involved in each of the professions listed are almost all lawyers.

    Perhaps, instead of protesting the actions of the members of those groups, people who seem to be unhappy with the way things are should enroll in law school and become lawyers.

    Infiltrate the swamp and defeat it from inside since it can’t be drained.

  12. Anonymous[437] • Disclaimer says:

    Good to see someone not hypnotized by the Trump-is-the-daddy-I-never-had movement. Still, this article could have been better without the stuff about the supposed “wholesale attack on the American home.” People act like the foreclosures were people getting thrown out of the cottage Grandpa built in the 1920s because of some bad gamble made on Wall Street. In reality, what happened was simple: people made an agreement to pay for their homes, couldn’t or wouldn’t do so, and so got removed. The vast majority of American home-owning families were unaffected. In your Daddy’s America, often imagined to be less committed to “free markets,” those people never would have gotten mortgages in the first place.

    I’m not endorsing lolbertarianism. I’d be fine with higher taxes on these anti-White corporations. But it’s not enough to just attack the system as is. You have to provide an alternative. So what is it? Will we live in a world where the government will grant everyone a 0 down mortgage and then pick up the tab if they can’t or won’t pay it? Is that really the world you want?

  13. Will we live in a world where the government will grant everyone a 0 down mortgage and then pick up the tab if they can’t or won’t pay it? Is that really the world you want?

    Yes, why not? The people were pushed to take the money to buy houses and told that they could buy them. Interests were stable. One day interests went up. The money lenders should take the responsibility. In spite of their failure, they were bailed out by the government. Why not help the house buyers?

    • Agree: Wizard of Oz
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  14. Jack McArthur: “The writer of this essay is a man of culture, with wide interests. There are not many left.”

    Perhaps so, but then why did he open this article with a quote from Jacques Ellul? Ellul is a Christian who worked to save Jews in France during WWII, the very antithesis of an antisemite. More, the quote he appropriates here occurs in one of Ellul’s minor works, more or less as an aside. If Joyce had read Ellul’s books dealing with the problem presented by technology, he might understand that the source of the totalitarianism decried in the quote arises from the nature of technology itself.

    Jack McArthur: “Compare him to the moronic voices of today with their narrow perverted interests and weep for what faces you.”

    Yet the idea that “the Jews” are responsible for everything bad in the modern world seems to be one such narrow interest, and constitutes the central theme of Joyce’s work.

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    , @Andrew Joyce
  15. Anon[363] • Disclaimer says:
    @Dr. Robert Morgan

    “If Joyce had read Ellul’s books dealing with the problem presented by technology, he might understand that the source of the totalitarianism decried in the quote arises from the nature of technology itself.”

    Please explain why East Asia, which is more tech-savvy, more engineering, and more scientifically educated, is not GloboHomo.

  16. Anon[363]: “Please explain why East Asia, which is more tech-savvy, more engineering, and more scientifically educated, is not GloboHomo.”

    I’ve never seen a precise defintion of “Globohomo”, but I guess you mean the emphasis on LGBTQ(etc.) that is prominent in the West. I see this as an outgrowth of the West’s Christian past, a part of the developing logic of Christianity. Ellul touched on this in the work cited. He saw science and its technological emphasis as corrupting for Christianity. Just after the quote used here Ellul continues:

    “This is the result of techniques. We cannot speak of a technocracy, for technicians are not formally in charge. Nevertheless, all the power of government derives from techniques, and behind the scenes technicians provide the inspiration and make things possible. There is no point here in discussing what everybody knows, namely, the growth of the state, of bureaucracy, of propaganda (disguised under the name of publicity or information), of conformity, of an express
    policy of making us all producers and consumers, etc. To this development there is strictly no reply. No one even puts questions. The churches have once again betrayed their mission. The parties play outdated games. It is in these circumstances that I regard anarchy as the only serious challenge, as the only means of achieving awareness, as the first active step.”
    – Jacques Ellul, Anarchy and Christianity, p. 22

    By some accounts, Christianity is now growing rapidly in the East as well. If that’s true, it would be interesting to see if, in a few years, the same obsession with this kind of “tolerance” develops there too.

  17. Grenell, however, horrified that Iran has the audacity to execute its own convicted homosexual pederasts,

    Why not legalise homosexuality between adults and keep pederasty illegal? The far right has no answer to this question.

    All of which has left the far corners of the American cultural-military empire questioning whether they could better live with suicide bombers or sodomy.

    LMAO. I understand the point Joyce is making, but what sane person would choose the former over the latter?

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    , @Stan
    , @Andrew Joyce
  18. Targaleto says:
    @Roderick Spode

    Why not legalise homosexuality between adults and keep pederasty illegal? The far right has no answer to this question.

    I presume Joyce is being dominated by his evangelical Christian wife on the issue.

  19. Dutch Boy says:

    The present order rests on public belief in its legitimacy. Trump’s defeat and the widespread suspicion that his defeat was fraudulent may strike a blow at that belief (I hope).

  20. William Joyce: your publisher, Prof Kevin MacDonald, has stated that a Trump victory is much to be preferred. Prof MacDonald described Trump as a stepping stone for White Nationalists and Conservatives, that is a transitional figure. There is much to be deplored about Trump. But please note.

    (1) He has not started any new wars or entangled the US in other existing ones. Probably the only post-WWII President to do so.

    (2) He has tried to normalise relations with Russia and remove US troops from the Middle East and elsewhere. He has, of course, been thwarted by the Deep State,the Democrats and his own party.

    (3) There have been no attempts to alter the 1st or 2nd Amendments.

    Another 4 years of Trump, at least allows the Right to regroup and get behind figures who will support our interests. A Biden Government promises a reversal on all fronts. That may include the closure of the Occidental Observer and the Unz Review. So where will you blog in future ? Maybe, you will be in jail ? Maybe I and other commenters will be put in jail likewise ?
    Consider.

    • Agree: Alden, haha, YetAnotherAnon
    • Replies: @Meimou
  21. Hans says:
    @Anon

    Andrew is absolutely one of the very best even if I disagree with him. We have a major awakening happening right now. A big majority voted for Trump and rejected the chaos and bullshit of the Left. They are no the media is criminal and the elections can be (and have been) rigged. HUGE gain for us with those two items in hand. All other dominoes will go down faster.

    • Replies: @Hans
  22. Dr. Doom says:

    Much like in The Soviet Union, the tribe are outnumbered by an order of tens easily.

    Its only a psychological barrier that prevents one from seeing the cowards are outnumbered.

    Who will fight to keep their debts and fund these cowardly parasites?

    These false narratives are easily refuted. That’s why they are censoring.

    Like Solzhenitsyn said. If you were to resist and fight back you could win easily.

    Its only a failed narrative and peoples’ naivete that prevents the revolt.

    The “elites” are revolting. How easily they could be conquered in practice.

  23. dvorak says:
    @Rob McX

    Exactly what you’d expect a middle-aged Catholic used car dealer to say to his son 60 years ago.

    “Let’s all be gay, in a Chevrolet.” was his dealership’s motto.

    • LOL: Rob McX, haha
  24. Hans says:
    @Hans

    Yikes! “They all know the media is criminal”

    • Agree: GomezAdddams
  25. Seraphim says:

    I remember an old gentleman dabbling in astrology who was saying sometimes in the ’80s that America’s demise will be due to the great number of homos, of course evoking Sodom’s fate. Nobody believed him. Nobody believed that there were so many. It was before the AIDS.

  26. What the hell does numbnutz Joyce intend by lumping “globohomo” with Zionism? We know the latter is real. More real than IS Rael. Occupied Palestine is the pet of the Rothschild Crime Clan. We get that.

    “Christian” Zionist heretics like James Hagee and his crew of crewsadists at his megachurch in Fort Worthless, Texas are all about getting ruptured and flying off in Jesus’ spaceship once Gog and Magog get crushed at Armageddon. I mean this is nothing but putrid crappola, but so many Murrikkkans are so dumbed down and looking for community and companionship that they happily part with their Shekels for Eretz Yisroel from the Nile to the Euphrates.

    Joyce is like a handful of the posters here with the “globohomo” crap. Well, it does rhyme a little, so I spose that’s kinda cute, but does he really think there is any power there? Compare gays with the House of Battenberg-Mountbatten-Windsor, where the old Quean happens to be the biggest real-estate baron in the world, with those monstrous land-holdings in the Dominions. Like well over half of Canuckistan is under her thumb. Any gays got that kinda power? Hell, she’s also a major player in BP and teams up with the Rothschild Crime Clan in control over Rio Tinto Metals, the biggest mining and smelting operation trans globally.

    THE QUEAN compared with a line of drag-queens? Old J. Edna Hoover, the self-hating drag-queen with all her gowns, her lover Clyde Tolson and all the blackmail files she hoarded didn’t amount to crap by comparison—even though the FBI headquarters proudly bears the name of that old deceased bitch.

    Yes, I suppose Ron Unz ran out this looneytoons either to please that handful of the “methinks thou dost protest too much” obsessives, OR it was just for shits and giggles. Reminds me of the story of the guy who worked in one of those old insane asylums back before those P.C. changes. He had to take his charges out to a ball-game one sunny Sunday afternoon.

    Again, we were not politically correct back in the day so he addressed them by calling them “nuts”. Game went along peacefully till one of the vendors came along hollering “peanuts, PEANUTS!!! Get your fresh roasteds right here.” So the little group of nuts followed the vendor’s instructions and cut loose.

    For some shits n’ giggles I guess Joyce works.

    • Replies: @haha
  27. AReply says:

    The only discernible values espoused in this rambling crypfic article is dog-whistling to bigots of yore.

    There is no study of history, no analysis, no insight and no meaning beyond blathers about jews and homos.

    The tone is hatred and despair with the judgement that others are to blame and there is nothing to work towards.

    The Zizek quote offered a word-salad refrain that everybody comes to power under some bias, to themselves, if nothing else. But Zizek’s actual point has be de-contextualized. Here is what Zizek was saying:

    Biden is Just Trump With a Human Face
    https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.rt.com/op-ed/504705-slavoj-zizek-biden-trump/amp/

    //Let’s remember that [Hannah] Arendt said this in her polemic against Mao, who himself believed that “power grows out of the barrel of a gun” – Arendt qualifies this like an “entirely non-Marxist” conviction and claims that, for Marx, violent outbursts are like “the labor pangs that precede, but of course do not cause, the event of organic birth.” Basically, I agree with her, but I would add that there never will be a fully peaceful “democratic” transfer of power without the “birth pangs” of violence: there will always be moments of tension when the rules of democratic dialogue and changes are suspended.

    Today, however, the agent of this tension is the Right, which is why, paradoxically, the task of the Left is now, as the US politician Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has pointed out, to save our “bourgeois” democracy when the liberal center is too weak and indecisive to do it. Is this in contradiction with the fact that the Left today should move beyond parliamentary democracy?

    No: as Trump demonstrates, the contradiction is in this democratic form itself, so that the only way to save what is worth saving in liberal democracy is to move beyond it – and vice versa, when rightist violence is on the rise, the only way to move beyond liberal democracy is to be more faithful to it than the liberal democrats themselves. This is what the successful democratic return to power of the Morales’s party in Bolivia, one of the few bright spots in our devastated landscape, clearly signals.//

    In other words we must be conservatives who are willing to progress!

    And hey, crypto-fascists: Zizek is not on board with you just because RT runs him on their version of Fox News.

    A New Kind of Communism

    The world is never going back to the old-timey dayz of white settlement of an eden America. So move forward or croak of old age or both.

    As to the idea that “decent Americans” are in any way demoralized by Trump’s loss:
    BULLSHIT!

    If you are demoralized by Trump’s loss, you have been ejected from decency. But Luckily for you, it so happens USA is a happy-enough home for all stripes of perverts.

    • Troll: YetAnotherAnon
    • Replies: @Authenticjazzman
  28. Meimou says:
    @Verymuchalive

    William Joyce: your publisher, Prof Kevin MacDonald, has stated that a Trump victory is much to be preferred. Prof MacDonald described Trump as a stepping stone for White Nationalists and Conservatives, that is a transitional figure.

    Kevin MacDanold was clearly wrong, why would you even bring this up? Trumpstien repeatedly disavowed “white supremacism”(e.g non anti white whites) and signed an “Anti semitism” Executive Order.

    (1) He has not started any new wars or entangled the US in other existing ones. Probably the only post-WWII President to do so.

    1.Trump is clearly not in control of who the military makes wages war on, and you have no reason to believe Biden or Harris will be either.

    2. Under Trump there was overthrow of Bolivia and a attempted overthrow of Venezuela.

    3. Under Trump there are military engagements in Somalia.

    (2) He has tried to normalise relations with Russia and remove US troops from the Middle East and elsewhere. He has, of course, been thwarted by the Deep State,the Democrats and his own party.

    So he’s impotent then? Sign me the [email protected] up!

    If a monolithic deep state and his own party is against him how did he because president? Why didn’t the Republican establishment steal election from him? Why didn’t the deep state try to kill him?

    (3) There have been no attempts to alter the 1st or 2nd Amendments.

    TPTB don’t need to alter an amendment, big tech has been shutting down speech for 4 years, Trump did nothing. Trump banned bump stocks, a violation of the 2nd and 10th amendment.

    Another 4 years of Trump, at least allows the Right to regroup and get behind figures who will support our interests. A Biden Government promises a reversal on all fronts. That may include the closure of the Occidental Observer and the Unz Review.So where will you blog in future ? Maybe, you will be in jail ? Maybe I and other commenters will be put in jail likewise ?
    Consider.

    Trumpstien is backed by (((people))) who want the Occidental Observer writers in prison, you have zero reason to think Trump won’t crack down on free speech in 2020.

    Another 4 years of Trumpstien means a very large % of the right will continue to sleep, something Biden could not get us to do. Biden could never get the right to support vaccines or martial law.

    No Trump apologist besides Alex Jonestien gives an excuse why Trump is backing a unsafe, hastily made vaccine for a disease with a 99% survival rate. No Trump cultist will provide a credible one. (Wally will not be the first)

    Consider.

  29. @Realist

    Totally agree. Trump talked a good game, and good people brought their valid and honest concerns about America to him. But after getting their votes and their support, he did what he always does to everyone except himself, he RAPED and SHAFTED them from behind.

    The hopelessly naive but endearing Ann Coulter is the best example of this. She lovingly and worshipfully wrote a book praising Trump to the skies and glossing over his mass array of flaws, helping him win approval from the millions of her followers.

    And what happened? She was raped and kicked in the butt by him. He always does that to everybody. He did it to his dad, he did it to his brothers and sister, he did it to his family…..and now he has raped America.

    Trump’s only ability is to find out what others fear or desire, then overpromise on everything and deliver nothing or even the opposite after u have given him your support or money. That’s how he operates in business, and that’s how he has conducted his fake presidency.

    I am surprised that so many seemingly intelligent people have been taken in by this well-known conman.

    • Agree: AKINDLE, Polemos
    • Replies: @Realist
  30. @Dr. Robert Morgan

    “I’ve never seen a precise defintion of “Globohomo”, but I guess you mean the emphasis on LGBTQ(etc.) that is prominent in the West. ”

    Not only homosexual, but also homogenization would be included in the Big Gay Tent of Global Homo. That is my take, anyway.

    East Asia has a done a decent job (thus far) on avoiding both.

  31. Great article. What I find strange is a businessman from New York second only to Israel in population of Jews could be so easily duped by them. Loyal only to themselves. In the words of Harry Truman “Jesus couldn’t do anything with them, what am I suppose to do with them?”.

  32. Stan says:
    @Roderick Spode

    On what moral grounds do advocates of homosexual oppose pederasty or keep pederasty illegal. Some homosexuals now claim boys benefit from sexual relations with men.

    • Agree: Andrew Joyce
  33. But who will police the Poll-ice?

    • Replies: @Just another serf
  34. Z-man says:

    With Trump at least there was a hope that in a second term he would be more nationalistic and a bit better on immigration and the rest* but with Biden/Harris there isn’t even any hope.

    *Maybe even more:
    He gave the Zionist Jews almost everything they wanted so he would do no more. No more wars for Zion. Iran would have buckled to meet some demands of Trump’s pro Israel team but de-escalation would have occurred with Iran intact, to the consternation of the ultra Zionists.
    He’d be less Globohomo than he was. Ya gotta think that anyway.
    His nationalist trade policies vis a vis China, Europe and the rest would have continued. NATO would have had to suck it up even more and Putin and Trump would’ve worked good together.
    Ah, one can dream….

  35. geokat62 says:

    I think it needs to be emphasised that the “homo” in globohomo stands for “homogeneity” and not “homosexuality”:

    Globohomo

    (adj) A word used to describe a globalized and homogenized culture pushed for by large companies, politicians, and Neocon/Leftist pawns. This culture includes metropolitan ideals such as diversity, homosexuality, sexual degeneracy, colorblindness in regard to race, egalitarianism, money worship, and the erasure of different individual cultures, among other things.

    https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Globohomo

    • Replies: @Z-man
  36. Tucker says:

    Joyce and the AmRen crowd are going full bore on the pusillanimous “roll over and accept” the criminal theft of the 2020 Election by the DemoNrats.

    It has been rumored for many years that AmRen has been a jewish controlled fake opposition website, and judging by the speed with which Jared Taylor and his two prize writers – Hood and Joyce – have embraced the theft of the presidential election – it has never been more obvious that these rumors are true.

    What they are now doing is pushing the ‘acceptance of defeat’ to their reading audiences and helping to tamp down their anger and willingness to support Trump’s effort to fight this travesty of justice.

    AmRen is a controlled opposition psyop. So is Fash the Nation. Regarding FTN, don’t take my word for it. Download and listen to their recent podcast titled: “Cope Copier Go Brrr” and hear these Judas Goats boasting about what they believe they helped bring about – i.e., Trump’s non-defeat.

    • Replies: @Katrinka
  37. @onebornfree

    Why do you think some governments do a much better job than others?

    • Replies: @Ugetit
  38. Adûnâi says: • Website
    @Dr. Robert Morgan

    > “By some accounts, Christianity is now growing rapidly in the East as well. If that’s true, it would be interesting to see if, in a few years, the same obsession with this kind of “tolerance” develops there too.”

    While Christians represent roughly one to two percent of the population, there have been eight Christian Prime Ministers in Japan.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christianity_in_Japan#Prime_Ministers

    A Japanese-Ghanaian, Aisha Harumi Tochigi has been crowned winner of the 69th edition of Miss Universe Japan beauty pageant. […]
    Japanese-Nigerian Raimu Kaminashi finished as the first runner-up as Japanese-Filipino, Yuki Sonoda earned the second runner-up spot.

    https://www.ghanaweb.com/GhanaHomePage/entertainment/Japanese-Ghanaian-Aisha-Harumi-Tochigi-wins-Miss-Universe-Japan-1098085

    (Monsieur Unz, am I allowed to hint at the one East Asian country that is most well defended against the Christian plague? 7 choices, easy to guess.)

  39. Whitewolf says:
    @Realist

    Most Americans would rather watch America’s Got Talent, Dancing With The Stars or The Masked Singer than be informed about important issues.

    With the gaslighting media and newspapers doing the informing they are better off consuming mindless entertainment than consuming lies upon lies. Even the net these days would be near useless if not for comments sections as far as helping you inform yourself on important issues.

    • Replies: @Realist
  40. Miro23 says:

    My reasons for lethargy are simple: I knew that regardless of outcome we’d get four more years — four more years of Zionism, GloboHomo, and the standardized, rationalized machinery of economic escalation that now provides the apologetic engine for mass migration. Behind the abortion debates, Supreme Court picks, culture wars, and media theater, these are the non-negotiables of the System. You don’t hear about them, and you can’t talk about them, because you can’t vote on them.

    This may be great for The US’ Jewish plutocracy, but the United States is still in economic competition with countries that don’t give 2 cents for ZioGlob world (for example China – which has just signed the RCEP – Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership, covering 15 Asian countries, after 8 years of negotiation and covering 2.2 billion people).

    So the rest of the world looks on with interest, same as it did in 1923, when the German Weimar Republic collapsed in an orgy of sleaze, corruption, debt and worthless money.

    • Agree: Verymuchalive
  41. sethg says:

    990. Jews are the scapegoats for all the deficiencies of low-IQ whites just as whites are the scapegoats for all the deficiencies of low-IQ non-whites. Let me explain how that works.

    Why do we observe Jews at the forefront of many cutting-edge industries? (for example the media/arts and financial industries are indeed rife with them). The low-IQ answer is, of course, a simplistic conspiracy theory: Jews form an evil cabal that created all these industries from scratch to “destroy culture” (or at least what low-IQ people think is culture, i.e. some previous, obsolete state of culture, i.e. older, lower culture, i.e. non-culture). And, to be sure, there is a lot of decadence in these industries. But, in an advanced civilization, there is a lot of decadence everywhere anyway! It’s an essential prerequisite even! So it makes perfect sense that the most capable people in such a civilization will also be the most decadent! The stereotype of the degenerate cocaine-sniffing whoremonging or homosexual Hollywood or Wall Street operative belongs here. Well, buddy, if YOU were subjected to the stresses and temptations of the Hollywood or Wall Street lifestyles, maybe you’d be a “degenerate” too! But you lack the IQ for that, so of course you’ll reduce the whole enterprise to a simplistic resentful fairy tale that seems laughable even to children: a bunch of old bearded Jews gathered round a large table planning the destruction of civilization! Well I say enough with this childish nonsense! The Jews are simply some of the smartest and most industrious people around, ergo it makes sense that they’ll be encountered at or near all the peaks of the dominant culture, being overrepresented everywhere in it, including therefore in its failings and excesses! This is what it means to be the best! It doesn’t mean that you are faultless little angels who can do no wrong, you brainless corn-fed nitwits! There’s a moving passage somewhere in Nietzsche where he relates that Europe owes the Jews for the highest sage (Spinoza), and the highest saint (Jesus), and he’d never even heard of Freud or Einstein! In view of all the immeasurable gifts the Jewish spirit has lavished on humanity, anti-semitism in the coming world order will be a capital offense, if I have anything to say on the matter. The slightest word against the Jews, and you’re a marked man: I would have not only you, but your entire extended family wiped out, just to be sure. You think you know what the Devil is, but he’s just the lackey taking my orders. Entire cities razed to the ground (including the entire Middle East), simply because one person there said something bad about “the Jews”, that’s how I would have the future! Enough with this stupid meme! To hell with all of you brainless subhumans! You’ve wasted enough of our nervous energy on this stupid shit! And the same goes to low-IQ non-whites who blame all their troubles on whites! And it’s all true: Jews and whites upped the stakes for everybody by bringing into the world a whole torrent of new possibilities which your IQ is too low to handle! So whatcha gonna do about it? Are you all bark, or are you prepared to bite? Come on, let’s see what you can do! Any of you fucking pricks bark, and we’ll execute every motherfucking last one of you!

    From http://orgyofthewill.net

    • LOL: Katrinka
    • Troll: Druid55
    • Replies: @Parbes
    , @Druid55
    , @Wizard of Oz
  42. Blah, blah, blah. Cat circling the hot plate. Trump was galacticly stupid. He should have told the Jews that I will give you Jerusalem and Golan heights in my second term. He would have a second term.
    The only point is here is this:
    Jews see Iran as a mortal threat. Jews want Iran to be destroyed. For Biden the first point on the agenda is destruction of Iran. Biden did promise Jews that he will destroy Iran.
    That is why Biden did win.
    Trump hesitated with his promise to destroy Iran that is why he lost.
    So here is the conclusion question:
    Was Biden serious when he promised to Jews destroy Iran, or he was only making fools from them Jews.
    That is the only outstanding question

    • Replies: @Whitewolf
  43. Ugetit says:
    @onebornfree

    … a return to original constitutional functions must be enacted…

    What do you mean by original constitutional functions? Are you referring to the Articles of Confederation or what?

    Also, I’d love to know your opinion on the arguments of the “anti-federalists.”

  44. @Dr. Robert Morgan

    “Why did he open this article with a quote from Jacques Ellul? Ellul is a Christian who worked to save Jews in France during WWII, the very antithesis of an antisemite.”

    Joyce isn’t solely fixated on the Jews!

    “Yet the idea that “the Jews” are responsible for everything bad in the modern world seems to be one such narrow interest.”

    Joyce is solely fixated on the Jews!

    Perhaps straighten out your own thinking before attempting to critique that of another?

    ” If Joyce had read Ellul’s books dealing with the problem presented by technology.”

    Joyce has read one of Ellul’s minor works so I’m pretty certain he hasn’t also read his most famous and widely-read text!

    Please. Try harder.

    To make it childishly simple, I choose my quotes based on aptness and aesthetics. The biography of its author is, for me, of tertiary importance at best. I’m artistically pragmatic. As for the other point, I have a focus on Jews but my essays have also concerned: the poetry of Robinson Jeffers, the novels of Don DeLillo, modern German opera, Muslim immigration and terrorism, the philosophy of Herder, sociology and psychology, early sexology, the historiography concerning Spinoza, Magna Carta, eugenics, the Nation of Islam, the work of Karl Pearson on intelligence, religion and Race including Norse paganism and Christianity, Birth of a Nation, several book reviews…

    I’d say this is fairly non-exclusive, but please, if you can find any such sentence blaming Jews for “everything bad” in the modern world, in any of the hundreds of thousands of words I’ve written, by all means include a link and reference so that we can all see, and therefore praise your superior brainpower.

    If you can’t produce such a sentence, may I suggest you avoid such suggestions and inferences and stick to the specific points being made, thus avoiding the confusion of opinion with Truth?

    • LOL: Pheasant
  45. Ugetit says:
    @UncommonGround

    The money lenders should take the responsibility.

    Amen. Instead, they always get the gold and the rest of us take a circumcised pee wee in the cheeks.

    The inability of so many Americans to grasp such a basic concept is good evidence that things shall continue to get worse in every possible way for the 99+% for a long time to come.

    In spite of their failure, they were bailed out by the government.

    Another concept that has yet to be grasped is that the system was designed to do exactly that, i.e., encourage and support the most criminal among us. Big centralized government is just another sheep shearing operation disguised as some sort of benevolent society in the same way that many major mafiosi are listed as great humanitarians and philanthropists. IOW we’ve always had a Government of the Mafia, By the Mafia, and For the Mafia, and if anyone doesn’t believe such is the case, they would do well to investigate the origins of the US constitution paying particular attention to what happened to the holders of the Continental currency as a result of the war and what happened after the constitution was ratified.

    What’s happened now is that the government has been taken over by the OneWorld mafiosi.

    Hint: It’s the same old story; but then what isn’t?

  46. Realist says:
    @Whitewolf

    With the gaslighting media and newspapers doing the informing they are better off consuming mindless entertainment than consuming lies upon lies.

    You and a number of other commenters on this blog insist on making excuses for Americans allowing their own destruction. A great example of placing the blame elsewhere.

    • Replies: @Whitewolf
    , @Port City
  47. @Roderick Spode

    That’s a blunt generalisation indicating little apart from a serious lack of reading. Try Scruton’s “Sexual Desire” to start with. I’m not in the business of providing reading lists.

    • Thanks: Roderick Spode
    • Replies: @Pheasant
  48. Realist says:
    @GreatSocialist

    I am surprised that so many seemingly intelligent people have been taken in by this well-known conman.

    Biden will be at least as bad. One only becomes President at the pleasure of the Deep State.

    • Replies: @Thomasina
  49. GMC says:

    This election reminded me of we the people in Alaska, forced a vote on moving the Capitol from Juneau to Williow in the late 70s. Why ? because Juneau is a nice remote, publicly inaccessible town that the politicians could hide from the public and Willow { 70 miles from Anchorage } would give great access to the people and their power. But as the day started and people started to vote – the Electricity in Anchorage had a conveniently power outage . Needless to say, the two largest cities in Alaska and all those towns inbetween, { which had the main populace } lost the vote – imagine that . The story the next day was that a Raven had flown into the main sub station or grid and knocked out all the power but there will not be another vote. Back then, pretty much Seattle ran Alaska and it is probably the same today. We got em even though – sort of – with the Permanent fund dividend and because we had a good ” Bush Rat Governor – Jay Hammond.

  50. Ugetit says:
    @Wizard of Oz

    Why do you think some governments do a much better job than others?

    Why do you think some folks ask better questions than others?

    • Replies: @gotmituns
  51. sarz says:
    @Rob McX

    …a middle-aged Catholic used car dealer…

    Biden’s ancestry is not straightforward. It’s so complicated that even he is confused.

    [MORE]

    In 2005 Biden voted in the US sponsored Iraqi election, showing his Iraqi grandfather’s Torah as proof of Iraqi descent. How do I know? CNN covered it, and its website had an article with several high definition photos of Biden, one of him displaying his grandfather’s Torah and another with Biden holding up a purple-ink-stained index finger as proof of having voted. I didn’t see it in 2005 on the CNN website. I saw reproductions of the photos on the ‘antisemitic’ website judicial-inc.biz long after Biden became vice-president. When I clicked on the CNN links I learned that the page no longer exists. Perhaps someone will know how to access archives of the pages.

    Sometimes Biden seems to think his father was not an Iraqi Jew but an Irish Catholic. It’s easy to get confused among the ‘I’s. Under that telling, his mother is an English immigrant. But now Great Game India has a story of Biden’s claim of Biden relatives of that name living in Mumbai and tracing their descent from an English Biden of long ago. There’s even a photo of young men in some day and age wearing suits.

  52. Whitewolf says:
    @Realist

    Americans have been subject to some serious full spectrum propaganda all their lives. Especially of the anti-White variety. They were the first victims and guinea pigs of Hollywood and the diversity/woke religion. They had barely finished with the cold war propaganda when the war on terror propaganda took it’s place. Trump somewhat spared them from the war on covid hysteria but that looks likely to be ramped up by America’s Guaido if the steal goes ahead.

    You have to cut them some slack.

    • Replies: @Realist
  53. Whitewolf says:
    @Zarathustra

    Biden did promise Jews that he will destroy Iran.
    That is why Biden did win.

    If by win you mean he was appointed president-elect just like Guaido was declared president in Venezuela then yeah he won.

    Why would they want Biden over Trump? Maybe they wanted someone who has zero support among the population. Someone who couldn’t even get a couple of dozen people to his rallies is not going to rock the boat. He can’t afford to.

    If Biden actually becomes president and the real rulers decide to replace him a year later with another Guaido would anyone actually care? It’s not like he actually has 70+ million supporters and the few people who actually did vote for him aren’t going to be passionate supporters of him. He was simply the anti Orange Man candidate. The real Guaido would have got more votes than Biden even if he exclusively spoke in Spanish.

    • Replies: @Zarathustra
  54. Realist says:
    @Whitewolf

    You have to cut them some slack.

    Ya, that will make things all better. This country is in a serious crisis…not time to cut slack.

  55. MLK says:
    @Anon

    I always tip my hat to someone who expresses his thoughts publicly in real-time like Joyce does. That said, however, this is pretty embarrassing. Not the least for its lack of self-awareness.

    Joyce assesses Trump a failed POTUS because he moved the embassy to Jerusalem and didn’t end the State Department’s promotion of homosexuality. The implication being, if Trump had done otherwise, Joyce would have been a reasonably happy camper.

    Yes, I know he feigns an interest in matters more consequential but he’s clear about that which most animates him, Zionism and “GloboHomo.”

    Say what you will about Trump, he’s the hands down winner in a period that’s chewed up everyone else, individual and entity alike, in a monumental, and seemingly unstoppable, process of discrediting.

    Trump has been POTUS for four years so far. Besides surviving relentless high-level, global in scope, efforts to destroy him, he’s been highly consequential. A real POTUS in contrast to his immediately preceding figureheads.

    Most assessments of him, and I’m sorry to say this one included, tell us more about the author than Trump and his presidency. Believe me, I get the boundless resentment toward the man. Suffice it to say, he makes a lot of arrogant people feel bad about themselves.

  56. cranc says:

    Immigration, largely unchallenged and unscathed (excepting the incidental impact of COVID-19 on population movement) from four years of Trumpism, will now continue to accelerate unabated.

    This, and the rest of the article, and indeed the bulk of the output from dissident right thinkers that I have thus far read, basically ignores the Great Reset. ‘Covid’ and the ‘response’ are not going away. Andrew Joyce (and others) would do well to read about it in depth, and consider predictions around American and Global politics in light of these developments.
    The economy of the world can not consistently grow any further due to resource constraints and the development of automation. The financial implications of this could not be bigger, and clearly a perusal of documents such as the ‘Lockstep’ paper from the Rockerfeller Foundation some ten years ago, tells us that financial and industrial elites have been considering this impasse for some time.
    Joyce would do well to bring the light of his expert knowledge onto the central actors in the Great Reset.

    • Replies: @Andrew Joyce
  57. gotmituns says:
    @Ugetit

    the only dumb question is the one not asked…

    • Replies: @Ugetit
  58. Katrinka says:
    @Tucker

    Here’s the direct link to the “Cope Copier Go Brrr” podcast on FTN.
    https://hwcdn.libsyn.com/p/a/1/3/a13e5830c1051dc6/FTN_110820.mp3?c_id=87957107&cs_id=87957107&expiration=1605549371&hwt=b670c8623a42b7269902775890e165ea
    What I’ve started noticing about TheRightStuff.biz crew is that they never offer up solutions, only observations. I prefer to listen to Erik Striker over the rest of the bunch.

  59. @cranc

    I’ll be perfectly frank – I don’t know much about the Great Reset at all, apart from the basics and a reading of the WEF materials on it.

    That being said, my initial impressions are that serious conspiracies rarely announce themselves. For the same reason, I regard the Protocols of the Elders of Zion a piece of perceptive propaganda rather than an original document outlining a modus operandi. So, in brief, I think the Great Reset, as something self-contained as a plot for imminent action, isn’t what some people believe it to be. I am prepared to be proven catastrophically wrong on my instinct and I’m open-minded pending more proof or a coherent account of what will allegedly soon happen – so please, if you can point me in the right direction I promise to take a serious look at it.

    Conspiracies, great and small, are everywhere in society, and range from the banal and venal to the truly evil. Will this be the Ur-conspiracy of our time? Or another Georgia Guidestones, which we are supposed to regard with eschatological patience, in the expectation that it will one day be put into action?

    • Replies: @cranc
  60. Secession is imminent and desirable.

  61. @chthonic

    Until AJ calls for an open rebellion, no post of either prime minister or of president, can be offered to him… he must bloody both hands in the fight… no armchair revolutionaries need apply!

    • Agree: Andrew Joyce
    • Replies: @follyofwar
  62. @Whitewolf

    Obviously you did not register that Trump did openly declare that it is the time to end endless wars in middle east.
    Trump certainly did prioritize Israel in every case except the one. to go to new war for Israel.
    I am absolutely certain that there will be some incident that will convince US population that war to punish Iran is absolutely necessary.

  63. Ugetit says:
    @Craig Nelsen

    As for divine intervention, we used to have a saying about God helping those who help themselves.

    That ancient wisdom (? law ?) still applies and those who would be gods know that it means that they’re free to help themselves to what’s yours an mine.

  64. AKINDLE says:

    Biden kept quiet. Trump’s “BLACK THIS, BLACK THAT” was just too repulsive. Once you go black….we don’t want you back! He, like the NFL, can go retire with their black Obama boyfriends at the bathhouse.

  65. Ugetit says:
    @gotmituns

    …the only dumb question is the one not asked…

    Why did you write that? 🙂

    • Replies: @Wizard of Oz
  66. Emslander says:

    As they were increased, so they sinned against me: therefore will I change their glory into shame. They eat up the sin of my people, and they set their heart on their iniquity. And there shall be, like people, like priest: and I will punish them for their ways, and reward them their doings. For they shall eat, and not have enough: they shall commit whoredom, and shall not increase: because they have left off to take heed to the Lord.
    Hosea

    Among other things.

  67. Thomasina says:
    @Realist

    Yeah, the Deep State were just overjoyed when Hillary Clinton lost and Trump won, weren’t they? Their mouths were wide open in shock and dismay, hatred was written all over their faces, but they were only pretending? Who knew.

    Is that why they (the Democrats, many Republicans, the media, Big Tech, Big Ag, the Chamber of Commerce, academia, the courts, the military, Big Pharma) went after Trump non-stop for five years, because he was their chosen one? He was there at the pleasure of the Deep State?

    Gotcha.

    Although anyone with half a brain can deduce, especially in light of the events of this last election, that Trump got there because the Deep State f*cked up.

    Someone must have screwed up the algorithms in the Dominion Voting machines in 2016, probably because they under-estimated Trump’s numbers. Whoops. They were no doubt scrambling, in chaos, but it would have been too obvious to stop the count and put the fix in for Hillary.

    They would not make the same mistake again. This time they threw caution to the wind. Trump again showed large numbers, larger than any other presidential candidate has ever gotten, and so they stopped the count, threw the opposition out of the room and put the fix in. They took from Peter and gave to Paul. Mail-in ballots helped secure the steal. Covid did indeed come in handy, didn’t it?

    Isn’t it also amazing that the so-called vaccine arrived on the first working day after the media crowned King Biden?

    Thieves usually leave a trail behind. I wonder if the Deep State left one. I wonder if the IT specialists are going to find it. Do you smell fear emanating from the Deep State?

    Is it going to be “pleasure” or “pain”?

  68. Realist says:
    @Thomasina

    Yeah, the Deep State were just overjoyed when Hillary Clinton lost and Trump won, weren’t they?

    It matters not to them…since they control both.

    Their mouths were wide open in shock and dismay, hatred was written all over their faces, but they were only pretending? Who knew.

    Obviously not you.

    Although anyone with half a brain can deduce,…

    I am sure you are an expert at that.

    • Replies: @Thomasina
  69. Trinity says:

    I don’t get the “GloboHomo” label. Seriously, how many homosexuals are there in the world? IF a “homersexual” is going along with being ruled over by the J people, then okay, but is the average homersexual even “woke” to the JQ? Like another poster on here, I get tired of people identifying a group of racist, ant-White, megalomaniac, Jews as “globohomos,” “deep state,” “globalists,” or the latest via the Tucker Carlson show, “the military industrial complex.” The homersexual community is being USED in the same way the Blacks, Browns, and others are being used. They don’t have any significant power.

    Not an expert on body language but it seems every time Baby Nut&Yahoo has a picture taken with a Western “leader,” good ole Nutter always seems to be in a position of power or dominance and one of “our” leaders looks to be in a submissive posture. Is there a more “submissive” or bigger piece of white traitor trash than Sleepy Joe? I mean really? Does this guy have an ounce of decency, courage, honor, testosterone in that old sleazy body of his? My gawd, Joe, act like a man. Have some honor, Old Timer.

    Lets just hope America figures this one out, no one in Washington, or New York is going to come out of the closet so to speak. Only recent politician that has come out and exposed the Jewish stranglehold in Washington was the late Jim Traficant on the Greta Van Susteren and Pawn Vanity show a few years back. Pawn Vanity almost had a stroke. hehe.

  70. cranc says:
    @Andrew Joyce

    …my initial impressions are that serious conspiracies rarely announce themselves

    I can see the logic in what you say, although the Great Reset has been announced as a ‘response’ to the ‘great crisis of the Covid pandemic’, rather than as a ‘conspiracy’, so I struggle to see how it applies directly.
    The actual conspiracy is one of deception, in that the Covid crisis is a crisis created by governmental response rather than of a particularly deadly virus. Even the British Medical Journal is now publishing articles to this effect, although the efforts to silence or limit the circulation of dissenting viewpoints is extreme and growing (see Whitney Webb’s recent article regarding GCHQ).
    If one is to look up ‘Event 201’, the connection between the detailed ‘response’ laid out by groups like the WEF (which we can only assume were drawn up in months/ years prior to Nov 2019), and the absurd corruption of medical science that has taken place this year starts to fall into place I would say.
    James Corbett is as decent a source as any on this, as is the work of OffGuardian in documenting all that has taken place this year in this story.
    https://www.corbettreport.com/greatreset/
    https://off-guardian.org/tag/world-economic-forum/
    As for reference to the guidestones and Protocols, well that reads to me like an association fallacy kind of argument. The Great Reset is being announced by world leaders, Trudeau just yesterday I think it was. ‘Build Back Better’ is a related branding that is ubiquitous in the realm of global (homo) platforming.

  71. @Trinity

    From my understanding, the term “Globohomo” was originally meant as a shorthand for “globalised homogenisation”, wherein all national cultures would be eliminated in favour of a universal culture, promotion of homosexuality is just one of the components of GloboHomo, with things like rampant consumerism, substance use and liberalism being some of the other things.

    If you go to the newly built sections of Europeans cities, you will notice how they are all the same (homogenous) with the same American fast food outlets and the same architectural style.

    • Thanks: Trinity, mark green
    • Replies: @Trinity
    , @Thomasina
  72. Mefobills says:

    The Jewish consortium behind Biden is almost identical in its financial composition to that behind Trump which, as I’ve explained previously, was notable for its embodiment of “usury and vulture capitalism, bloated consumerism, and the sordid commercial exploitation of vice.”

    GDP figures hide rents, and unearned income as if they are GDP gains.

    Let’s take the housing bubble years up to 2008 as an example. Thought experiment: Everybody in the West sells their home to their neighbor.

    New bank credit was created due to loan formation to buy and sell homes. There was activity as new finance paper was created in the form of new debt instruments to transfer your home to your neighbor. All the new interest collected by banks is seen as profit.

    GDP goes up by the profits and new finance activity.

    The physical housing stock does not change at all.

    Hudson and PCR explains how GDP is a false metric for measuring economic activity. People cannot understand things if they don’t have words for it, or if they don’t have a way of measuring.

    Clown world is formed purposefully.. rents, unearned income, usury are a feature of the system, not a bug. It is not you going crazy, you have become Allice in wonderland, where reality is unreal.

    https://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2019/12/16/neoliberal-economics-destroyed-the-economy-and-the-middle-class/

    According to official US government economic data, the US economy has been growing for 10.5 years since June of 2009. The reason that the US government can produce this false conclusion is that costs that are subtrahends from GDP are not included in the measure. Instead, many costs are counted not as subtractions from growth but as additions to growth. For example, the penalty interest on a person’s credit card balance that results when a person falls behind his payments is counted as an increase in “financial services” and as an increase in Gross Domestic Product. The economic world is stood on its head.

    • Agree: AReply
  73. Parbes says:
    @sethg

    A pretty big mouth there, chickenhawk Jewboy – off your meds again? Bloodcurdling genocidal threats? Check… Extreme hate speech? Check… Unhinged racism and Jewish supremacism? Check… Brazen threats against freedom of speech and thought? Check… The MILDEST response should be to put you in a straitjacket and commit you for life..

    Of course we know what you’re probably like in real life, when not hiding behind your computer screen…

    The ovens should be opened up again, specially for Zionazi rats like you. Plus your extended families.

    • Replies: @Anonymouse
    , @Druid
  74. Wally says:
    @Realist

    said:
    “Trump is a minion of the Deep State.”

    LOL

    That must be why they’ve done everything they can to get rid of him, including an obviously rigged election.

    You have a short memory.

    • Replies: @Realist
  75. @Trinity

    I view Globohomo as a mindset, and a kind of sleight of hand, rather than a person.

    • Thanks: Trinity
  76. WJ says:
    @Anon

    You have never been to New Jersey , obviously. There are many places in Camden, the USMC wouldn’t enter. Plenty of gov in NJ.

  77. Thomasina says:
    @Realist

    “It matters not to them…”

    Oh, it mattered, dear one. You would have to be deaf, dumb and blind not to see that it mattered a whole lot. In fact, it mattered so much that they ended up exposing themselves for the whole world to see! I’m sure they didn’t like doing that, but, like they say, now the cat is out of the bag and it’s pissing all over the walls.

    Hell, they didn’t spend five years going after him, trying to get rid of him any way they could (spying, leaking, Russian collusion, Ukrainegate, impeachment) for nothing. The media sharpened up their lying to a fine point, and Big Tech censored anybody who looked at them sideways. The politicians walked around all concerned, ooo’ing and awe’ing, mumbling about Russian meddling and parroting the narrative of the day.

    And they did this all because Trump was there at the pleasure of the Deep State? Really? Was the previous “pleasure” (Obama) treated the same way as Trump was, or was there a discernible difference? Was one treated with kid gloves and the other with a chain saw? Yeah, I thought so.

    Trump is an outsider who they want gone, and your job here is to plant in people’s minds that Trump is part of the Deep State. Try as you might, the evidence just doesn’t add up. All I see is “displeasure” on the part of the Deep State when it comes to Trump.

    You are getting personal, though, so I must have struck a nerve. Pleasure/pain – such is life.

  78. In the Uk, if you open a new Google Search page. Underneath the search bar is a flag and the message ‘Honouring Transgender Awareness Week’

    Seriously, why does anyone have to be more aware of transgenders? Any more than they already are. It’s the last thing I want to think about – I find them scary and unsettling to look at. They are 0.000x of the population, seriously WTF?

    I am sick of Globohomo, globo -anal and rampant feminism. Its just the ‘format of revolution’ used to divide and conquer society, to then make sure they become part of the Globalist system. There can be no independent nations with their own laws and government. Individual nationalism is the enemy of the Globalist and they always start breaking society down with ‘Faux Right’s’ and fake activism including climate change, and the promise of ‘liberalism and freedom’ when really they are doing the exact opposite.

    The king is dead, Long live the king…

    • Replies: @haha
  79. @cranc

    Sorry. I’m not directly associating Great Reset with Protocols and Guidestones, I’m just pointing out how these things have been used, and I have questioned whether Great Reset thinking might fall into the same category.

    Covid has been wildly exaggerated, I agree. The science has been awful from the beginning. That being said, if we have a vaccine that serves more or less as a placebo to get things back to some semblance of normality next year, then Great Reset becomes little more than the kind of rantings associated with Greta Thunberg – utopian thinking that leads to a lot of noise but no action.

    The thinking in Great Reset draws from multiple sources – Marxist, Fabian, utopian. These ideas have been around for a long time. My point is just that if by December 2021 things are more or less returned to normal, then Great Reset conspiracy thinking will be thrown in the trash can and forgotten, and a new agenda will be seized upon as the next imminent dawn of the police state.

    I should once more state that I’m prepared to be catastrophically wrong on this. In this scenario, covid never leaves us, restrictions get worse, and governments become more authoritarian. I’m just struggling to see that match up with current lived experience, where restrictions seem to be loosening, governments try to revive the markets, and vaccine news seems to be accelerating this.

    One of us is right, and this will play out in the next 12 months, if not sooner. Of course I hope you’re wrong for all our sakes. If I’m wrong, losing this argument will be the least of my worries! I’ll look into these links you’ve provided. Thanks.

  80. sethg says:

    Jewphobia is even worse than TDS. The Orgy of the Will guy analyzes it better than anyone over many aphorisms. You people really think that the Jews are gods who control the universe. It’s a mental disorder. The moment I see the slightest hint of criticism of “tha joos” in a post, I skip it. It’s the most disgusting mental disease ever. If the Jews are as awesome as you make them out to be, every decent person would want to become one. Where do I sign up?

  81. Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose.

    • Replies: @Druid
  82. Trinity says:
    @The Spirit of Enoch Powell

    haha. Thanks, I was thinking it was denouncing homersexuals. Whatever, I always wait and see what new name they will come up with next.

    1. neocons
    2. deep state
    3. globocap
    4. globohomo
    5. military industrial complex
    6. (((who knows)))

    • Replies: @Thomasina
  83. frontier says:
    @onebornfree

    Harry Browne is a typical libertarian – too shallow, too superficial, too vague and too theatrical to be of any use.

  84. Thomasina says:
    @The Spirit of Enoch Powell

    Same with school curriculum. A child in southeast Asia can move to the States and be on the same page as where he left off in Asia.

    All cultures are being merged into one, accents are being lost, cities are becoming cookie-cutter, and diversity and multiculturalism rule the day. What a shame. What an incredible loss for the world.

    That’s why the Deep State went to China. They opened it up, not for the good of the Chinese people (they could care less about them), but because they represented “consumers” for their products.

    It’s all about the “sell”, greed, consumerism, crony capitalism. If the multinational corporations can hold monopolies over the world, they’ll hold all power, total control.

    Gays and minorities come in handy for the Deep State because they can be used against the majority. Utilizing shame and blame tactics against the majority provides the Deep State some much-needed time to get their plans in order.

    Plus, gays usually don’t have children and they live for the day (at least the ones I know). It is not as important to them if countries maintain their own cultures. They have their own culture, and that is what concerns them most.

    These people must be stopped, otherwise our children are not going to recognize the country they were born in.

  85. Trinity says:
    @sethg

    Funny, the Jewish run media seems to have a problem with White Gentile phobia, do you skip that one also? Do the people over at CNN, MSNBC and other (((news networks))) have a mental disease because they are stuck on anti-White now for over half a century.

    Off topic, but is everyone aware of that incident at the MAGA march where the old white guy who was sucker punched from behind by some young Black thug? I just saw the video and it was sickening, I couldn’t make out who stomped on the poor White gentlemen while he was on the ground, but I will bet you a steak dinner the culprits were Black. Regardless, what kind of scumbag sucker punches an older guy from behind and then stomps on him while he is on the ground. I think I am sure the old guy was a Trump supporter ( sarcasm) and the Black thugs were for Biden ( over the top sarcasm.) I am sure the ADL and $PLC and CNN will be all over this story and pushing the racial angle. (SARC.) Given the age of the victim, it would reasonable to charge the person that stomped on this elderly gentleman with attempted murder.

    • Replies: @geokat62
  86. cranc says:
    @Andrew Joyce

    I too hope that I am wrong (along with an increasing number of far brighter minds than mine).
    I do not see restrictions loosening personally. I live in the UK where we are currently locked down for one month supposedly, although government ministers and the general public seem to share skepticism about the duration. Policing is definitely getting more muscular here. A long lockdown is predicted for early 2021 in the US.
    Schwab (again) is upfront in predicting that yearly vaccination with the attendent certification as part of an ID scheme will be a feature for us all going forward. Ditto Gates. Fauci echoes the messaging I have heard since April, that things will ‘never return to normal’. Trump’s Covid advisor tells us ‘this will not stop unless we stop it’.
    Maybe they are all blowing hot air ? They’re powerful people.
    Thanks for the replies, I greatly appreciate your work.

    • Thanks: Andrew Joyce
  87. @Jack McArthur

    I watch this downward spiral with sadness tinged with relief. I have my reasons, and the foremost being that America is not a free country; I consider it an occupied nation. That this un-free nation (USA) also controls Germany, UK, Japan, S Korea, Australia etc., means that the usury masters also indirectly control them.
    Since the 1913’s the rot took root in the USA with the establishment of the Federal Reserve and it’s growing deeper since then. I do not think that the Americans can deal with it or rid themselves of this parasitic growth.
    Pardon me if I look forward to the ruin of the USA. I do that because I love this world and would rather see infected and parasitically controlled hosts destroyed if they cannot heal themselves.

  88. @Thomasina

    Plus, gays usually don’t have children and they live for the day (at least the ones I know). It is not as important to them if countries maintain their own cultures. They have their own culture, and that is what concerns them most.

    Yes, notice also the promotion of childless women to positions of power, usually this cadre of hags are the most vociferous promoters of things like feminism, LGBT and multiculturalism, it’s not like they have any investment in the state of the country 50 years from now unlike say those with children or grandchildren.

    • Agree: Thomasina
  89. @Andrew Joyce

    Sodom and Gomorrah were destroyed by fire and brimstone sent by God.
    This time God decided to destroy the evil ones by Global warming,
    Temperature is the way God works.

  90. @sethg

    Please trust me! You are not a Genius.

  91. Andrew Joyce: “To make it childishly simple, I choose my quotes based on aptness and aesthetics.”

    It looks like you are incapable of perceiving the irony of a professional antisemite opening his article with a quote from a recipient of the Yad Vashem award. In my view, this would be akin to Hitler opening Mein Kampf by approvingly quoting a Jew. Ironic and bizarre, even if apt and “aesthetic”.

    Andrew Joyce: “As for the other point, I have a focus on Jews but my essays have also concerned: the poetry of Robinson Jeffers … Herder … [etc.]”

    A focus on Jews? I should say! I’m not a big fan of your work and don’t claim to have read everything you’ve written, but from the few I’ve read it seems you mention a Jewish angle in every piece. For example, even Robinson Jeffers receives your attention because you perceive him to be the object of a Jewish attack.

    https://www.theoccidentalobserver.net/2017/08/12/envying-the-cruel-falcon-the-anti-liberal-poetry-of-robinson-jeffers-part-two-of-two/

    Likewise with Herder:

    https://www.theoccidentalobserver.net/2016/03/06/on-herder-human-nature-and-the-antifa/

    Andrew Joyce: “Joyce has read one of Ellul’s minor works so I’m pretty certain he hasn’t also read his most famous and widely-read text! ”

    I didn’t speculate about what you have or haven’t read. I only said that if you had read his books on the problem presented by technology, that you might then understand that everything doesn’t revolve around Jews. But, if you have read them, as you imply here, apparently not.

    Assuming you have read those books, I am curious though how you refute Ellul’s thesis, at least as you interpret it, since you evidently disagree with him. As I see it, Ellul would be the last one to pin responsibility for the woes of modern life on “the Jews” and their group strategies. I believe he says that technology develops according to its own internal logic, and that nobody is in control of it. But perhaps, with your vast learning, you can prove I’ve got Ellul all wrong. That could be very amusing! Have at it, please.

    • LOL: Andrew Joyce
    • Replies: @Andrew Joyce
    , @Art
  92. Thomasina says:
    @Trinity

    Homosexuality stems from a developmental disorder, early on in the young child’s life. IMO, the developmental disorder is caused by parenting (totally unconscious on the parents’ part). Homosexuals should not be denounced, but neither should they be celebrated.

    The numbers are increasing, again IMO, because the parents are being put under increasing pressure and stress from the crony capitalist/consumerist/globalist system. There are far more narcissists too, another product of our insane societies.

    Fool around with people’s psyches and you get chaos.

    • Replies: @Trinity
  93. Slightly off topic but is anyone else seeing adverts for “slug.com” on the mobile version of this website?

  94. Miro23 says:
    @Thomasina

    That’s why the Deep State went to China. They opened it up, not for the good of the Chinese people (they could care less about them), but because they represented “consumers” for their products.

    Maybe that was the plan – but they got jiu jitsued . The Chinese have turned into “consumers” alright – but of products that they manufacture themselves, and now export to the US for their own account.

    Many thanks for global corporate outsourcing, the manufacturing development of China + and the millions of new Chinese middle class jobs.

  95. @Dr. Robert Morgan

    “The irony of a professional antisemite opening his article with a quote from a recipient of the Yad Vashem award.”

    I’ve also written an article praising some of the work of Harold Bloom, and even purchased some of his books for my kids. Imagine!

    ” For example, even Robinson Jeffers receives your attention because you perceive him to be the object of a Jewish attack. Likewise with Herder.”

    Yes, a sentence or two concerning the issue, for the benefit of readers of a site run by Kevin Macdonald, means the entire essay was predicated on that issue. Of course.

    “I didn’t speculate about what you have or haven’t read.”

    Except, that’s clearly what your original sentence implies.

    As for Ellul, I find his The Technological Society utterly convincing. And it’s a better exploration on the issues of technics than any produced by the Unabomber or for that matter Heidegger. It’s certainly more so than Anarchy and Christianity, which is a strange book to say the least, but a memorable one. Hence the quote coming to mind.

    Caracture my work as simplistic antisemitism as you see fit, but try to be a bit more honest and precise in your accusations.

  96. @Anon

    How easy it is! Everything that’s bad is the jews’ fault. It this real analysis? Rather I submit it is to put on a tin-foil hat and receive that message from the ether, from the vibrations of the electromagnetic field of the cosmos or from the disordered synapses of the brain inside the head underneath the tin-foil hat.

    Here you have an ancient people, as fugitive and despised as the Gypsies who analysed themselves and diagnosed a flaw in their own makeup, that they had become a race of middle-men. Instead, the Zionists posited, let us become a normal nation: farmers, workmen, businessmen, doctors, dentists, etc. Due to historical ties to the area and by lack of an alternative place to settle in in their project to become a normal nation – there was much dispute about this in Zionist circles – they settled on Palestine at that time in the 19th century a sparsely inhabited desert then owned by the Turkish Empire. Ultimately they became a sovereign nation in 1948. Unfortunately, they picked the wrong place to colonize. In the 20th century as with many other 3d world peoples, the Arabs took up nationalism. In a sea of hostile Arabs, hostile to the jews for religious reasons, seemingly implacably so, the Israelis held their own, developed a professional military to confront their enemies and prospered. After expelling as many of the Arabs from the areas of Palestine assigned to them by the United Nations partition scheme to go live in the areas of Palestine assigned to the Arabs as humanely as possible without committing serious genocide, they were left with a fair number of Arabs nearly 2 million, 17% of the population, who ultimately became full voting citizens of Israel (after 1966) eligible for free medical care, free education and a pension. Ask them if they prefer to live in Israel over moving to an Arab country; all say they would not leave. When the Israelis capture an Arab terrorist and convict him in court, the miscreant generally serves a decade or two in prison – there is no death penalty in Israel. They face a real enemy in the Gaza Strip ruled by full-bore Arab nationalists who reject the existence of Israel in totality and continue a hitherto futile war against Israel. Israel deals with them as military exigency requires.

    All in all, Israel is a example of a sucessful 20th century capitalist society. The monies they accept from the US are all earmarked for buying US military gear. The US in its wisdom choses to subsidize US arms manufacturers by buying a market for them overseas. Those monies make up a small part of the cost of the enormous military machine they must maintain.

    As for Jewish billionaires in the US – there are so many – they presumably represent the surviving accrued talent cultivated by the jews over the centuries of their diaspora in business. They are not Zionists or they would have made aliyah to Israel, but it is reasonable that many of them – not all of them – hold Israel in their heart seeing as it is populated by people of their religion for whom they feel a special regard. That sentiment seems to me quite admirable.

    Israelis hold a special regard for America, for the US bailed them out of a perilous situation in their 1973 war against Egypt and Syria. Having lost scores of front-line air force craft to Russian surface to air missiles and running out of munitions, Nixon sent a round-the-clock supply chain of giant C130s with military supplies.

    What’s not to like about Israel? The author here hates jews and Israel with passion. So far as I see, he has not arrived at that conviction rationally.

    • LOL: Druid
    • Replies: @Humbert Humbert
    , @Anon
  97. @Andrew Joyce

    No one should ever be forced to under go a mandatory medical procedure which is exactly what a vaccine is. So therein lies the problem. They win no matter what and we once again are reminded of the sheep we are.

    • Agree: Ugetit
    • Replies: @Andrew Joyce
    , @Ugetit
  98. Realist says:
    @Wally

    That must be why they’ve done everything they can to get rid of him, including an obviously rigged election

    We have been through this many times before…but why did Trump hire so many swamp denizens if he was trying to drain the swamp?

    • Replies: @Thomasina
  99. @Miro23

    Everyone wants to blame everyone else. The average American is to blame 100%!!!!! Their lust for cheap crap fuels all of it……and we are up to our eyeballs in debt because of it. We as a people need to stop blaming govt and corporations, without us they would have sero power. This is exactly why America is too big of a nation to even govern anymore. It needs to break up into 2-3 smaller nations where people have more pull and say and local communities are stronger.

    • Replies: @Miro23
  100. geokat62 says:
    @Trinity

    Off topic, but is everyone aware of that incident at the MAGA march where the old white guy who was sucker punched from behind by some young Black thug?

    • Replies: @Trinity
  101. @Ugetit

    Actually, while making a good point it does it by saying something which is the opposite of dicta about questions in a court cross-examination….

    • Replies: @Ugetit
  102. @ConqueringFools

    I agree, and will personally refuse to get the vaccine.

  103. @AReply

    Damn you have simply got to be the craziest asshole I have ever encounterd on the net. Everything you post constitutes nothing but abject nonsense and sillyness.

    I resided for several years in Heidelberg (that’s in Germany) with it’s oldest unversity and the entire city was overflowing with pompous leftist Doktoren going through their daily ritual of celebrating their parasitic existance and demanding that the peasants bow down to them incessantly : “Hallo Herr Doktor wie geht es Ihnen heute”, and you remind me precisely of these vacous creeps with your endless pontificating and saying nothing in the process.

    Myself an artist, a decent person, whether you agree or not and a Mensa qualified trilingual guy, my sister a retired high-school principal and other members of my family of deplorables are in fact at the present time “demoralized” by the robbery of the election by your scumbag buddies, however the war which you idiots started, is now reality and you cowardly blue-haired fools will be the losers.

    AJM

    • Replies: @AReply
  104. Z-man says:
    @geokat62

    That’s good to know so that if I’m attacked by homo globohomo’s I can ‘fall back’ on your homogenous defense. (Big grin)

  105. @cranc

    And you seriously think that Russia, Japan, India, China, …. would be just unwilling onlookers & nothing more?

    There is no New World Order, and there will never be, because, simply, only nation-states matter, while IMF & WB & similar wankers can be catalysts for some agenda for some time- but nothing more. They’ll vanish without a trace.

    As Putin had said: If you try with this anti-Russian shit, we’ll destroy not just human life on earth- we’ll destroy any life.

    Get real.

    • Replies: @cranc
  106. @Anonymouse

    Shlomo,

    we’ve seen this recycled pack of lies before. It’s not worth repeating them on this website where ppl with IQ > average congregate.

    And shove your “humane non-genocidal israel” up your anus.

    With regards,

    The rest of the world

    • Agree: Druid
    • Replies: @Anonymouse
  107. @Parbes

    You misread the comment. He is being sarcastic. It’s a troll.

    • Replies: @Parbes
  108. Art says:

    Trump – give us your voting base – an amazing boost. You can do something lofty for your reputation and legacy.

    Get the troops totally out of Syria before you leave office.

    Zionist Biden would put them back — but would rightfully earn the label “Zionist warmonger.”

    p.s. The problems you sight are all US Jew instigated. Israeli Zionism, GDP for the 1%, immigration, identity politics, and LGBT – all emanate and spring from Jew culture.

    p.s. Opposing Zionism is a human right.

  109. Ugetit says:
    @Wizard of Oz

    Actually I wish he would have answered, but anyway, I think he’s wrong for at least two reasons.

    1. I am a master of asking dumb questions, and can come up with many without expending any effort at all.

    2. I’ve noticed that you and I have that in common. 🙂

    • Replies: @Wizard of Oz
  110. Ugetit says:
    @Thomasina

    He was there at the pleasure of the Deep State?

    Gotcha.

    Not so fast. You “got” nuttin, but a butt whoopin comin’, right here.:

    What if the “Deep State” is not exactly monolithic? Why would anyone think that competing factions do not exist within the monstrosity? For example, not all Jews are Zionists and not all Zionists are Jews and that has been known to result in friction between the two. Different factions within Zionism have even been known to assassinate one another, even.

    Gotcha.

    • Replies: @Thomasina
  111. Miro23 says:
    @ConqueringFools

    Everyone wants to blame everyone else. The average American is to blame 100%!!!!! Their lust for cheap crap fuels all of it……and we are up to our eyeballs in debt because of it. We as a people need to stop blaming govt and corporations, without us they would have zero power. This is exactly why America is too big of a nation to even govern anymore. It needs to break up into 2-3 smaller nations where people have more pull and say and local communities are stronger.

    Agree with this, but 2-3 nations looks too large. It needs to be the lowest level so that citizens are active participants (issue voting) who know how their money is being spent and who is spending it. Local schools/ healthcare/ policing/ infrastructure/ education etc. So it’s a confederation of semi-independent states each raising and spending their own taxes with the major input at the county level.

    The downside is obligatory citizen participation (issue by issue voting) with all the associated infrastructure (buildings, research offices, printing, subsidies for time off work, organized meetings) – in other words, the hard slog of real democracy.

  112. AReply says:
    @Authenticjazzman

    Thank you for the acknowledgement that I’m doing my part

  113. Thomasina says:
    @Miro23

    The Chinese might be manufacturing the trinkets, but they most certainly are not manufacturing the big ticket products being exported back into the U.S. Those would be from the U.S. multinationals.

    Don’t gloat yet. Your country will be taken over in time. The Wall Street banks just got their foot in the door. Why? Covid got invented, China was up against the ropes, and she gave in.

    When you shake hands with the devil, they will own you.

  114. geokat62 says:

    Obama PRESSED by Netanyahu

  115. Thomasina says:
    @Realist

    Paul Craig Roberts already answered that question before Trump was inaugurated. He said Trump is not a politician and he won’t know who to have around him. He will undoubtedly take advice from long-time Republican politicians. As we all know now, they were never on his side, although they pretended to be.

    Roberts said Washington is a swamp, and almost anybody who Trump picked would have been a card-carrying member. He said Trump will get eaten alive. And he has.

    Trump should have started right in by firing huge numbers of people in the FBI, CIA, NSA, Pentagon, State Department, Department of Justice, but he would have had to fire all of the top brass people. The media would have vilified him even more than they did, and Antifa and BLM would have been brought out sooner. The riots would have been explosive. They had already laid the groundwork for Russian collusion, so if Trump started firing people, they would have impeached him on the spot for treason, or whatever.

    I figure he’s been hanging in there, placating people, hoping for a second term when he could get something done. But the Deep State know this. That’s why they had to steal the election. He’s too loose a cannon.

    I think Trump will win. When he does, he’d better start firing right away.

  116. Trinity says:
    @Thomasina

    I am out of “Agree(s)” so I will stop by and say I agree with your comment 100%. An old timer like me can definitely see how much males have been feminized over the years. Of course all gay males aren’t feminine for sure, I have heard of professional football players, baseball players, and even world champion boxers who were gay. Definitely I feel you are NOT BORN THAT WAY, something happened along the way. Domineering mother, sexually molested, etc. I look at someone like Rock Hudson and I think, here this guy could have had all kinds of attractive women and he chose a man? That definitely is a mental disease. hehe. And I agree with you that we shouldn’t shun homosexuals but encourage them to seek help. I look at a homosexual no differently than I do a drug addict. I think many of them have been damaged emotionally, spiritually, etc.

    • Replies: @Thomasina
  117. Parbes says:
    @Anonymouse

    I don’t know… It’s possible, I guess; but it doesn’t seem very clear-cut to me (and I am usually able to detect sarcasm pretty easily). Or maybe it was half-and-half.

  118. Art says:
    @Dr. Robert Morgan

    A focus on Jews? I should say! I’m not a big fan of your work and don’t claim to have read everything you’ve written, but from the few I’ve read it seems you mention a Jewish angle in every piece.

    Please – get a life – get honest — what major issue in American politics, does not have an “Jewish angle” involved?

    You make excuses for Jew coercive behavior. (Jews vote as a opposition tribal block.)

    p.s. It is a rational human right to oppose Jews who advocate for Zionism. Isn’t that what the author of this article is doing?

    • Replies: @Adûnâi
  119. Realist says:
    @Thomasina

    Your non-answer was as good as Wally’s non-answers has ever been.

    Trump hired Deep State approved minions throughout his four years…including Barr and Wray. He was most definitely doing the Deep State bidding.

  120. Aristotle says:
    @Jack McArthur

    BLM is a stupid and nasty organisation but it does make one think about the nature of colonisation. It is not what you think. We have for instance been “colonised” by BLM, these self righteous morons with their fake history. We have also been colonised by the money men, the bourgeoisie, who have taken all our assets and now seek cheaper golems to exploit.

  121. Aristotle says:
    @Thomasina

    I can never work out why even conservatives and rightists buy the stuff about Trump being in it for personal gain. Succeed or fail he took on the Herculean task of clearing the Augean stables… For that he has my admiration anyway…though I wish he had selected better people and stuck by Flynn at the start

    • Agree: Thomasina
  122. haha says:
    @Majority of One

    You are missing a BIG point, my friend, if you fail to see the connection between the Zionist agenda and the promotion of Globalhomo and LGBTQ nonsense. I suggest you update your political education by reading up Ron Unz’s great article “America Pravda: The Bolveshik Revolution and its aftermath”, then go to the list of “Related Reading” at the end, which will show the link to “The International Jew” by Henry Ford. My understanding of the Bolveshik revolution underwent a massive revision after reading Ron’s above article and Henry Ford’s International Jew. The globalhomo phenomenon could have been predicted as arising way back in 1920!

  123. haha says:

    A brilliant article from Andrew Joyce! A grand synthesis of insight gained from several perspectives to bring out a unified commentary on the current predicament, the real forces at work, and why there should be a fear of a dismal outcome. A MUST READ – and reread. Congratulations, Andrew!

    • Agree: Lurker
    • Thanks: Andrew Joyce
  124. Thomasina says:
    @Ugetit

    That’s true. Trump is supported by one faction of wealthy Jews. So maybe one side played extra dirty with the ballot counting machines, and now it will be up to the other side to find the evidence and correct the count.

    Maybe it was these wealthy Jews who were dictating the people Trump should hire. Maybe they’re currently telling him, “The election is yours if you give us Iran.” Who knows.

    I’d sure like to be a fly on the wall. Thanks.

    • Agree: Ugetit
  125. haha says:
    @jacobs-adder

    Congratulations, you have correctly seen through this Globohomo agenda. Relatedly, you have also astutely seen through the fake activism of our times – all that weeping and wailing about climate change, transgender washrooms and LGBTQ pride, micro-aggressions, the need for safe spaces, etc., etc. All connected together, preached and believed by the same sort of people, and pushed down our throats in the name of equality and liberalism – with disbelievers to be fact-checked and shut down.

    Indeed, the King is dead, Long live the King. But hey, the guy is naked!

  126. cranc says:
    @Bardon Kaldian

    only nation-states matter

    Maybe to you only they matter.
    ‘The government of all is the financial government, the power of money and of money alone’
    (Mosley would be 124 today).

    http://www.adamlebor.com/books/tower_of_basel/
    or more to the point:
    https://www.armstrongeconomics.com/blog/

  127. “GloboHomo”

    Fuck off with this term.
    I’m gay, and i’m totally pro-Trump, anti-globalist, not a fan of mass immigration, not a fan of abortion, just for starters.
    So FUCK OFF with it.

    • LOL: Andrew Joyce
  128. Trinity says:
    @geokat62

    Thank you for the video, my friend. This is where I have a problem with Trump. Trump knew damn well that the usual suspects would show up and attack his supporters, they ALWAYS DO, but once again, he DID NOTHING to protect his voters.

    • Replies: @geokat62
  129. I’m afraid that I can’t accept Mr. Joe Biden as my president. It’s really a matter of survival considerations on my part as a “white” man. He wants people like me, DEAD. Case closed on wasting any more time on considering Joe Biden. Sure, he took bribes from China through his son Hunter but, my survival comes first, you see…../PEACE.

  130. It almost looks, appropriately so, as if Biden is laughing at Trump’s stupidity showing off the queer flag in the above picture…LOL

    • Replies: @Zarathustra
  131. @Dr. Charles Fhandrich

    Trump is withdrawing the military as many as he can. That must make war criminal Biden really furious.

    • Replies: @Dr. Charles Fhandrich
  132. Thomasina says:
    @Trinity

    Thanks, Trinity. I don’t think seeking help would benefit them because their belief systems are so entrenched, having formed their beliefs very early on. Kind of like they’re etched in stone. It would be interesting to know if there’s ever been a case where a gay guy suffered from amnesia and ended up going straight. Take care.

  133. geokat62 says:
    @Trinity

    Thank you for the video, my friend.

    My pleasure, Trinity.

    Trump knew damn well that the usual suspects would show up and attack his supporters, they ALWAYS DO, but once again, he DID NOTHING to protect his voters.

    Wasn’t sure of the veracity of Nick Griffin’s statement, but if it’s true, it doesn’t reflect well on Trumpstein:

    It pains me to say so, but this is the moment the American Republic died.

    Hundreds of thousands drove through the night to stand up for their elected President & against massive #electoralfraud, the #fakenewsmedia & Soros-funded mob violence.

    But instead of joining them, giving the most powerful and crucial speech of his career, seizing the opportunity to create an instant grass-roots movement, and building on the momentum to launch a nationwide series of monster #stopthesteal rallies, he gave them a wave as he went to play golf. Leaving his most loyal supporters to face leftist thugs, hostile media & Dem-run cops…

    https://t.me/NickGriffin/2837

    • Agree: Trinity
    • Replies: @Druid
  134. National security= deep state=swamp. Not the Jews!!!!

    • Replies: @Art
  135. anon[156] • Disclaimer says:

    Spot on analysis. It doesn’t matter who we vote for, we get the same things: Zionism, globalism, corporatism. In the end, the (((rich and well connected))) get richer, while the rest of the country sink further into the abyss. And more money is siphoned off to Israhell.

    As soon as Trump was declared winner in 2016, NYTimes wrote a flattering piece giving all credits to his “brilliant son-in-law” Jared Kushner. No doubt partly thanks to that fluff piece, Trump immediately put that Harvard trained moron on his transition team, and wormtongue proceeded to help his Zionist masters destroy the Trump presidency. This is how Jews keep in power, by constantly helping to promote other Jews.

    Trump’s biggest failure is, instead of taking care of those who put him in office, he ignored them and tried to win over msm and the 50% who didn’t vote for him. He spent 4 years pandering excessively to Jews (Israel, Wall Street, tax cuts) and blacks(prison reform), all courtesy of excellent advice by his “brilliant so-in-law” as touted by NYTimes. All the people he appointed to his cabinet and the DOJ were Deep Staters who opposed him and his policies. He put the fake patriot Stephen Miller as Sr. Advisor on immigration, who was basically controlled opposition who did nothing about H1b, OPT but instead kept real immigration hawks like Kris Kobach and Francis Cissna out of NHS. Meanwhile he kicks up extra hatred for Iran, Venezuela, China, which no one gives a fuck about except Ziocon rags like Breitbart.

    What will be different with Biden? Yes we’ll get a lot more immigration, and possibly another war, more legalized drugs, race pandering, LGBTQ mania, big tech censorship, corporate consolidation. Basically a quicker descend into the Weimar Republic. I suspect Biden/Harris will overdo everything as the left can’t help themselves esp. when pulled by the likes of AOC. Let it burn. Only when we hit rock bottom can we be reborn. Then we can regroup, come back and put a real patriot like Kris Kobach on the 2024 ticket.

  136. anon[470] • Disclaimer says:

    The Jewish consortium behind Biden is almost identical in its financial composition to that behind Trump which, as I’ve explained previously, was notable for its embodiment of “usury and vulture capitalism, bloated consumerism, and the sordid commercial exploitation of vice.”

    I love this, so spot on. Let’s look at which group is involved in the following economic activities:

    The Opium trade: run by the Sassoon family, Iraqi Jews. Responsible for convincing the East India Company to enter the two Opium Wars to force China to buy their opium.

    The Slave trade: most slave ships to the New World were run by Jews.

    The tobacco trade and corruption of the austere Protestant Dutch: Jews who were kicked out of Spain in the 1600’s went to the Netherlands in large numbers, and became rich selling tobacco from the New World to the austere Dutch, by spiking their tobacco with fruit flavors and advertising to make smoking look fashionable, showing women smokers. They used the money to buy huge mansions in Amsterdam and enticed austere protestant Dutch to do the same. Thanks to the large number of Jews, Netherlands went from the most austere Protestant country to the first to legalize marijuana and prostitution. Read: The Embarrassment of Riches by Simon Schama.

    Juul: fruit flavored e-cigarette now mostly marketed to teens, spiked with fruit flavors. Both founders Adam Bowen and James Monsees are Jewish and now billionaires.

    Opiod: developed and sold by Sackler family who founded Perdue Pharma. The company filed for bankruptcy after numerous lawsuits, after the Sackler family took out billions from the company. Harvard has a building named Sackler.

    Canopy Growth: world’s largest publicly traded marijuana company in Ontario, Canada. Founded by 2 Jews Bruce Linton and Chuck Rafici. Many “mom-and-pop” marijuana stores in WA and CO are owned by Jews.

    – Most of the casinos in Vegas and Macau: owned by Jews like Steve Wynn, Sheldon Adelson. I’m sure more than a few brothels there are also run by Jews.

    – All 8 major studios in Hollywood: the ultimate purveyor of depraved pop culture, esp. HBO, all run by Jews.

    Porn industry: run by Jews.

    I’m sure if you look at who’s behind the movement of drugs all over the US from South America, you will again find many Jews.

    The sin industry is one where supply creates demand. Jews excel in selling sin. The only way to eradicate the sin industry is eradicate the supply, and the only way to eradicate the supply is to send this Satanic tribe to Mars, along with their favorite useful idiots, the low IQ, corrupt, violent, lazy blacks.

    • Agree: Druid
    • Thanks: Trinity
    • Replies: @Wizard of Oz
  137. Ugetit says:
    @ConqueringFools

    No one should ever be forced to under go a mandatory medical procedure which is exactly what a vaccine is.

    I hit the agree button because I do agree with the sentiment, but I take it back because I can think of more than a few people who ought to be sterilized with a very blunt knife. For starters.

  138. Art says:
    @Zarathustra

    National security= deep state=swamp. Not the Jews!!!!

    Every government local, state, or national has a deep state element.

    But our national security deep state swamp is tied to another nation.

    It is the Jews – period!

    • Replies: @Zarathustra
  139. Pheasant says:
    @Andrew Joyce

    ‘I’m not in the business of providing reading lists.’

    You are no longer in academia I take it?

  140. E_Perez says:

    As much as I appreciate the articles of Mr. Joyce, his whole ‘cantilena’ boils down to two statements
    – Trump has miserably failed, in nearly all respects
    – Pandering to the Jews has not saved him. The Anglo-Saxons will never learn that lesson, taught to them some 90 years ago

  141. @Art

    Well?
    The other one is probably not really the friend of the people of the nation.
    But the first one is part of the nation, the treacherous and treasonous part of the nation.
    So what do you think? What is the priority for the people of the nation, if the nation wants to be free.
    But than to live in slavery and die as a slave is not so bad if you do not think about it.

  142. @Priss Factor

    Joe tells us that the Democrats have created the “most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics.”

    He told us that. And that factual statement from this rotten, corrupt old man will, I hope, become well documented in the weeks ahead. I’m not even much of a Trump enthusiast. But we are given two choices here. A man whose personality I don’t much like, versus a duo that are prepared to bludgeon to death what remains of this country.

  143. Druid55 says:
    @sethg

    Spinoza disavowed jews and they hated him. JewsHATE Jesus and the talmud claims he is boiling in shit. Freud was laughable and Einstein a plagiarist. You and your ilk are haters and “chosenite elitist who engage in massive usury, pornography, fraud and cheating, etc. I could go on. You’re bot especially smart either. You promote each other like lice on carcasses. So just bugger off. And you are buggerers as well!

  144. Druid says:
    @Parbes

    I get your point, but there never were ovens, such as you use the word. Don’t give them any legitimacy!

    • Replies: @Parbes
  145. Druid says:
    @Major Hancock

    You Mongolian is impeccable!?

  146. Druid says:
    @geokat62

    America died with the lies of 911!

  147. Yukon Jack says: • Website

    The Jews of the Deep State are attempting to flush trump down the toilet, but Trump is an underdog fighter and won’t leave with a whimper, he has bared his teeth and is fighting back.Why? Because Trump did not attack Iran for Israel.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2020/11/16/us/politics/trump-iran-nuclear.html

    “WASHINGTON — President Trump asked senior advisers in an Oval Office meeting on Thursday whether he had options to take action against Iran’s main nuclear site in the coming weeks. The meeting occurred a day after international inspectors reported a significant increase in the country’s stockpile of nuclear material, four current and former U.S. officials said on Monday.

    A range of senior advisers dissuaded the president from moving ahead with a military strike. The advisers — including Vice President Mike Pence; Secretary of State Mike Pompeo; Christopher C. Miller, the acting defense secretary; and Gen. Mark A. Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff — warned that a strike against Iran’s facilities could easily escalate into a broader conflict in the last weeks of Mr. Trump’s presidency.”

    And this airstrike on Iran was not the first opportunity.

    VT Back in 20 June 2019 – ironically, on Thursday as well – Trump abruptly reversed an airstrike against Iran that was planned as a retaliatory move for shooting down a US surveillance drone. That time, however, the attack was cancelled just minutes before it could have been conducted.

    “We were cocked & loaded to retaliate last night on 3 different sights when I asked, how many will die. 150 people, sir, was the answer from a General. 10 minutes before the strike I stopped it,” Trump wrote at the time.

  148. @anon

    When someone makes such weighty assertions about Jews, or anyone, I like to know if they can be relied on to tell the truth, or even to make a serious attempt to. So I try to test them.

    In this case my recollection was that the East India Company’s Indian possessions were nationalised in 1858 so the idea of the Sassoons having anything to do with starting the Second Opium War was probably complete BS.

    I was right. After interesting reading up of the Second Opium War I could not find a word about the influence of Sassoon or any other Jews.

    Its probably a good idea to remain “anon” while you decide whether you should continue spouting unsupported defamation or should try some research and serious attention to accuracy and substantial truth, supported by citation.

    I wonder what “Druid” was “Agree[ing]” with!!

  149. @sethg

    I was about to take you to task for writing, like Queen Victoria, with a surplus of exclamation marks, though not a literary sin to compare with shouting CAPS, when it occurred to me to do what other solemn UR readers had failed to do, and to open your link. Voila! Do keep posting.

  150. Adûnâi says: • Website
    @Art

    > “p.s. It is a rational human right to oppose Jews who advocate for Zionism. Isn’t that what the author of this article is doing?”

    Why would an Aryan ever oppose Zionism? Zionism is literally the most conducive to the Aryan cause of all Jewish strategies! Leave them rot in the most dangerous and hard to defend corner of the Near East! What you are missing is that Zionism aims at the extradition of all non-Israeli Jews to Palestine. Don’t let the door hit them then.

    • Replies: @Art
  151. cranc says:
    @Andrew Joyce

    Not wanting to further ‘darken the pill’ but if we consider the WEF’s remarkable predictions back in Autumn 2019, we might want to also consider what they are predicting next. Covid was a warm up routine.

  152. Anon[363] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymouse

    I generally am fine with Israel, so I don’t disagree with what you’ve written. I think that the Andrew Joyce types have a different definition of Zionism, one that might actually be represented in many religious writings of Zionist Ultra-Orthodox thinkers, but, as a person who comes from a Christian background which I have long since bucked, I know the folly in taking the seriously religious people too seriously; they don’t have nearly the power some people think they do.

    But I was trying to talk about the central thesis, which is that Trump is not that different a president from, say, Clinton, and Biden will not be that different from Trump. I think Joyce was correct about this, and I think he compiled a wonderful set of evidences and presented them very beautifully to support that contention.

    Hopefully Biden will at least bring us some free health insurance, and not say (intentionally false) bad things about China to justify a policy of bringing manufacturing back to the USA. Maybe he’ll be different in that regard.

  153. Andrew Joyce: “Except, that’s clearly what your original sentence implies.”

    In your paranoid imagination, perhaps.

    Andrew Joyce: “As for Ellul, I find his The Technological Society utterly convincing.”

    LOL! As I said, Ellul doesn’t blame “the Jews” for everything, as you and your hero MacDonald do. Therefore it’s obvious you don’t find him convincing at all, much less utterly so.

    Andrew Joyce: “Caracture my work as simplistic antisemitism as you see fit, but try to be a bit more honest and precise in your accusations.”

    Speaking of honesty and precision, why not give it a try yourself for a change? Try for a more balanced view. That would be refreshing.

    • Replies: @C.T.
  154. Parbes says:
    @Druid

    There may have been ovens. I’m not interested in propaganda, either way. But whether ovens and gas chambers existed or not, is not the real important question. The real important question is WHY the Jews as a group were so much hated in Europe (although the German Nazis went way overboard in their manner of expressing that hate, as they went way overboard in everything else).

  155. C.T. says: • Website
    @Dr. Robert Morgan

    Try for a more balanced view. That would be refreshing.

    Good piece of advice. What about the book that I complied from other authors? Every MacDonald pupil should at least have read part of it, as it debunks their mono-causal paradigm:

    https://hojaseliminadas.files.wordpress.com/2020/09/fair-race-15-sep-20.pdf

    • Replies: @R2b
  156. R2b says:
    @C.T.

    622 pages of dung!
    But Corey Giles has it right!
    Go back to splendid heathenism, if you wish, sure its tempting, but you will regret it!
    All you crazy stupid neo-nazis, who are rejecting Christ!
    Well you have made your choice, but remember, the path back, is always open.
    You can change that jewish trait, that National-socialism is implementing!
    Read Martin Luther.
    Read Chrysostomos.
    Read S:t Paul.
    And a lot of others, that defy the Jewish nazi spirit.
    Do not go on the nazi trail, because it indeed, is judaic Talmudism!
    Beware all you white, and worried souls, of Christian nation!
    Return to Christ and read what he says!!!
    Get your Bible and read The Gospel of S:t John.

    • Replies: @C.T.
    , @Tom Rogers
  157. C.T. says: • Website
    @R2b

    My compilation collects much of William Pierce’s book on the history of the white race. You call ‘dung’ something you haven’t even read. Regarding Giles Corey, see my comment on MacDonald’s review of Corey’s book—:

    https://chechar.wordpress.com/2020/08/21/kevin-macdonalds-apologetics/

    —and pay special attention to what I say there about Chrysostomos!

    ‘White nationalists have failed because trying to stir up anti-Semitism in a culture shaped by almost two thousand years of Christian delusion and a white race imbued with the conviction that a Jew is God is a fool’s errand’. —Dr. Robert Morgan

    ‘Whatever you want to call it, thinking you can aid in saving the white race while, at the same time, bending the knee to Jewish deities (Yahweh and Yeshua) is some kind of combination of insane, dishonest, cowardly, naive, or very stupid. To bottom line it, it won’t and can’t work’. —Mike.

  158. @God's Fool

    I guess that rules out the President, who would rather play golf than speak to his thousands of supporters, who crossed the country to rally for him last Saturday.

    • Replies: @Authenticjazzman
  159. Art says:
    @Adûnâi

    What you are missing is that Zionism aims at the extradition of all non-Israeli Jews to Palestine.

    How has that worked out so far — endless wars and hidden nukes threatening all of humanity.

    The Zionist Jews are a curse on the world.

    • Replies: @Adûnâi
  160. @sethg

    Jewphobia is even worse than TDS [Trump Derangement Syndrome].

    There may appear to be some superficial similarities between the two, but one obvious difference is that TDS began appearing even before Trump’s inauguration. Yet the President-elect hadn’t started one war, subverted one foreign culture (or even threatened to) when the anti-Trump hate-hysteria broke out. Trump’s critical sin was proclaiming ‘America First’.

    TDS has since been nourished by sophisticated fabrications such as Russiagate and the media-lead fantasy that Trump is a ‘white supremacist’ because he dared to address the unsought (and highly unpopular) demographic change underway in the US due to decades of costly and illegal immigration’. For his leadership, Trump has been branded a ‘Nazi’. America’s glorious ((MSM)) enables this.

    In fact, Trump is despised by the Left (and countless prominent Jews) for showing signs of wanting to do for America what every Israeli PM does automatically for Israel: protect its citizens from foreign invasion and unsought interference. Even so, Trump’s record is mixed. In Trump’s political universe, Israel comes first. He is not alone.

    Widespread and continuous Israeli meddling in US affairs is never called out or even identified by any ‘leader’ in Washington or any prominent US journalist. The very subject is forbidden and taboo. This oddity is a product Jewish power.

    Jewish power is the power to restrict the very examination of Jewish influence on non-Jews. Jews on the other hand face no similar restrictions.

    In contrast to TDS, Anti-Jewish sentiment have historically been a response to actual Jewish machinations and parasitism inside host countries. This phenomenon has been widely recorded and analyzed. It is underway now in America.

    A case can be made that–for over a century–organized Jewry has been exploiting and damaging the common interests of the American people. The victims are real and their numbers are huge.

    For your consideration: following the establishment of the Federal Reserve (1913), Jews (and Jewish-lead NGOs, including our Fourth Estate) played a decisive role in spearheading America’s entry into both World War I as well as World War II. Both.

    Prominent Jews also financed and lead communist insurrections in Europe and beyond.

    More recently, Zio-Washington’s unnecessary annihilation of Iraq and Libya can be laid at the feet of organized Jewry. The ongoing Zionist campaigns against the regimes in Syria and Iran are also covered with Jewish fingerprints. Kosher globalists are often behave ruthlessly. Millions have died as a result.

    The moment I see the slightest hint of criticism of “tha joos” in a post, I skip it.

    Yet you took the time to read Andrew Joyce’s scholarly analysis of our Jewish-influenced election along with his observations about the pivotal role played by Jewish donors/power-brokers within America’s two political parties. Do you dispute his findings?

    Do you deny the unacknowledged (but oversized) role of organized Jewry in American life?

    BTW- I’ve never met or read any critic of organized Jewry that thinks that ‘Jews are God who control the universe”. This is nonsense. Jews are just wealthy, cohesive, highly-organized and aggressive. This is enough to make mince-meat of most any disorganized host population–especially when the mass media is under Jewish management and control.

    You are correct to notice that the only place where you will find critics of “tha joos” is (occasionally) in an online comments section. Oh you poor dear! Verbal criticism. Such horrors!

    But why are these ‘speech infractions’ found only on the web?

    Jewish-directed censorship.

    Jews have cleansed the MSM of ‘anti-Semitism’. Silence, children. Your complaints are ‘hate speech’.

    Yes, while Jews dish eagerly out all kinds of verbal abuse (including hurling smears of ‘Nazi’ and ‘racist’ at the President) they are also busy suppressing–if not criminalizing–verbal abuse directed at their devious behavior. Jewish activism has successfully managed to squelch all criticism of organized Israel/Jewry on Facebook, Twitter and other social platforms. Even the search engines are under their sway.

    This is a revealing testament to Jewish stealth and influence. It is unsurpassed. It also robs Americans of their Constitutional rights.

    Among the Jewish NGOs partly responsible for this backdoor assault on our First Amendment freedoms are the ADL, Hillel International, the SPLC, AIPAC, AJC, WJC, Simon Wiesenthal Council, Chabad, the Conference of Presidents of Major Jewish Organizations, and so on. This list is long. Very long. Even the Jewish-dominated ACLU has turned a blind eye to creeping, Jewish-directed censorship that is enveloping the globe. Does this surprise you?

    Jewish/Zionist advocacy organizations of the kind listed above can be found in every developed nation in the world. These Jewish tribal loyalties usually trump nationalist ones. That’s the rub. Perhaps this explains why Jews have been expelled from various counties so many times in their history. It may also explain why Jews have helped unleash and sanitize so much anti-Trump hatred. They fear Trump’s nationalist/populist appeals. It might stimulate ‘white pride’.

    Better stick with selling ‘white guilt’ instead. It’s safer for the Jews.

    • Agree: lavoisier, Robjil
  161. Adûnâi says: • Website
    @Art

    > “How has that worked out so far…”

    So far, Zionism is not the guiding ideology of the Jewish race. Half of the Jews live in America.

    > “…endless wars and hidden nukes threatening all of humanity.”

    Those are the fate of man. The Jews have nuclear weapons because the stupid Christians let them. Even then, the only countries Israel is threatening are Arab shitholes such as Egypt and Syria. Why do you care?

    > “The Zionist Jews are a curse on the world.”

    No, that will be the Americans (invented LGBT), Europeans (accepted Christianity) and Russians (destroyed the Soviet Union).

    • Replies: @Art
  162. @Thomasina

    So why didn’t Trump “fire loads of people” if he was actually trying (to coin the buzzwords) “to drain the Swamp”? You’re going round in circles.

    • Replies: @Tom Rogers
  163. @R2b

    Some of the major works of white racial consciousness and National Socialism are not to be dismissed. The “dung” is that Jew book you worship.

  164. @Tom Rogers

    To continue my missive, I don’t necessarily question the decision to vote for and support Trump for ‘metapolitical’ reasons, but why do people on sophisticated sites like this advance these unworldly excuses for him and take political buzzwords and salesman’s guff at face value? You don’t seriously think that politicians mean what they say? That would be the acme of naïveté, even childish; I assume I am addressing grown men here who, unlike most of the population, examine politics closely and understand how it works. The Homeric view of politics is for the masses. It is built on a mentality that is averse to confronting real world dilemmas and problems and prefers fantasy instead – as a distraction.

    Trump was always one of the anti-white elite; neoconservative foreign policy is as much an extension of America’s historical-political situation as it is the result of any influence of intellectual Jews, thus Trump was always going to continue it, whether he liked it or not; and he was never going to “drain the Swamp”, whatever that’s supposed to mean. None of these were reasons to vote for him, or they were if you take the negative view that things should be deliberately made worse in order to awaken revolutionary sentiment.

  165. @follyofwar

    Yeah sure he should have simply got out of the car and walked around through the crowds with a sparce security detail, thanking everybody for their efforts and risking his life, even though his supporters most certainly do not begrudge him a round of golf as diversion seeing as how he is being pummeled, and attacked 24/7, dodging endless barrages of Democrat venom and probably thousands of threats on his life on a daily basis.

    Look you Democrat dumbfucks had just better finally come to the realization that we have your number and you are not going to get away anymore with the shit that you have got away with for the last sixty years.

    AJM

  166. Art says:
    @Adûnâi

    “…endless wars and hidden nukes threatening all of humanity.”

    Those are the fate of man. The Jews have nuclear weapons because the stupid Christians let them. Even then, the only countries Israel is threatening are Arab shitholes such as Egypt and Syria. Why do you care?

    Why do you care?

    Hmm — you are not a nice person.

  167. Port City says:
    @Anon

    And I can assure you that South Carolinians are thrilled with your exit.

  168. Port City says:
    @Realist

    Just curious. How would you suggest we stop this?

    • Replies: @Realist
  169. Realist says:
    @Port City

    Just curious. How would you suggest we stop this?

    Revolution. What’s your solution?

  170. The mastermind of 9/11 strikes again

  171. @Thomasina

    One of the big differences between 2016 and now is that The Powers That Be never seriously thought Trump could win (or that Brits would vote Leave).

    Both these events sent shockwaves through TPTB, as they realised that after 40 years of declining real male wages, maybe there was a bill to pay after all.

    But both results were close. TPTB had two options – to maybe stop the impoverishment of even the median American or Brit, or to shut down the social media options that Trump and Brexit had used so effectively. A no-brainer for them.

    One technical implication is that decentralised apps are a must going forwards. The writing was on the wall when Google scrapped RSS Reader in 2013 and Digg scrapped theirs in 2018. Independent blogging was obviously not to be encouraged – and WordPress’ shutdown of many blogs reinforced this.

    I only see Urbit around at present, and that isn’t going to convert the masses while it requires Unix command lines (or even Unix). Any other candidates?

    Trump certainly didn’t help himself here. He had four years (admittedly wading through the treacle that’s the Deep State and his own party, which never wanted him) during which Faceberg and Twitter became increasingly emboldened in their censorship, and AFAIK impotent tweeting was the limit of his action. He could have mirrored his tweeting on Gab, didn’t even do that.

    Still, he was the first President in decades who didn’t hate ordinary Americans or want to make their lives worse.

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