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See earlier(January, 2017): “It Will Come To Blood”—Reflections On The Left’s Anti-Trump Inauguration Tantrum

After Russia invaded Ukraine, CNN reported that Russian President Vladimir Putin employed the “Big Lie” to justify the military action, and that Biden “deployed the truth” to oppose him [Putin’s war was launched on a runway of lies, by Frida Ghitis, CNN, February 25, 2022]. The Regime Media line was this: Russians lie with abandon, unlike Americans, because their political culture permits it. This was said with a straight face, of course. As Big Lies and corrupt political culture go, however, forget Russia. We have our own to handle.

Consider the government’s treatment of Antifa terrorists who rioted on Donald Trump’s inauguration day, January 20, 2017 (J20 hereafter), and its treatment of Trump supporters arrested in connection with the Mostly Peaceful Protest at the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021 (J6). Federal judges and prosecutors mostly let J20’s Trump-hating communists off scot-free. Those same federal officials have waged a campaign of legal terror and physical brutality against the J6 Trump supporters who tried to stop The Big Steal. If one ever wanted to see an example of what the late Sam Francis called Anarcho-Tyranny, this is it.

Let’s review the two.

Before J20, Before J6:

For weeks in late 2016 and early 2017, Antifa’s communists and anarchists openly strategized on the Internet and in secret meetings, to halt Trump’s Inauguration. They agreed to use Black Bloc tactics, and non-violent rioters (who did not commit violent crimes) acted as human shields and marched with violent rioters (who did). One group was indistinguishable from the other, with both groups then removing their disguises on side streets.

But said strategy erased the legal distinction between violent rioters and peaceful demonstrators. It was one big criminal conspiracy, as with a bank robbery, in which the “non-violent” getaway driver waits outside, while his gun-toting partners work inside and implicitly threaten to murder employees and customers, if they don’t actually do so.

In contrast, while J6 protesters used social media to organize the rally at which President Trump spoke, they did not conspire to riot or commit arson. They went to our nation’s capital to demand audits of key states, and encourage Vice President Mike Pence to refuse to certify the fraudulent election results.

Yet some that day clearly conspired to start trouble, knowing a crackdown against dissidents would ensue. Present at the J6 protests were mysterious individuals (Antifa? FBI?) who encouraged violence, as’s Peter Brimelow noted a month later.

Both the video team and our writer J.R. Kipling were present on the Capitol steps—unknown to each other. And both separately reported that there was something unusual about the individuals who actually precipitated the move into the Capitol….

Note carefully: We’re not saying that ALL the Trump protest was entirely an Antifa/ BLM false flag operation

We’re saying that, if Trump were a Democrat, “agent provocateurs” would be outed and blamed for their role in stoking violence.

We know this because Democrat elected officials shamelessly claimed that “white supremacists” and “right-wing agitators” were responsible for the Antifa/ BLM summer of riots.

CAPITOL “INSURRECTION” HOAX: How Our Lying Press Would Have Spun Jan 6 Protest If Trump Were A Democrat [VIDEO], February 9, 2021

Of course, the Democrats and lying Regime Media were uninterested in that truth.

The J20 Defendants, The Charges, And The Courts

Hundreds if not thousands of Antifa anarchists and communists rioted and committed arson on J20. We know this because we saw it on videotapes and still photographs.

The J20 anarchists and communists threw rocks, smashed windows, assaulted police with projectiles, terrified customers in businesses they vandalized, and set SUVs and limousines on fire, destroying them.


Here’s the late Larry King, who was in DC on January 20:

As I wrote at the time, 235 J/20 suspects were charged with various felonies (as many as five felony counts each of riot, one of property destruction, and two misdemeanor charges each for engaging in a riot and conspiracy to riot) such that, according to their Lügenpresse supporters, they were liable to serve anywhere from 20-70 years in prison and be fined as much as \$25,000.

But a funny thing happened on the way to justice: They were quickly bonded out, then the judges rigged the cases to free the defendants.

The first judge presiding over the cases was Bush II appointee, U.S. Superior Court Presiding Judge Lynn Leibovitz. Leibovitz forbade the prosecution from using phrases like “Antifa” and “Black Bloc,” and just before the jury went in for deliberations, threw out the felony riot charges. Because the defendants had conspired to use what they called “Black Bloc tactics,” saw themselves as part of “Antifa,” and had used said terms in planning the riot, the prosecution could not make its case without using those phrases. As the juries couldn’t understand the prosecution’s cases, they had no choice but to acquit.

Leibovitz’s J20 malfeasance was a newfangled, stealth version of a directed verdict. Just two defendants were convicted, but Leibovitz suspended their sentences. Only one of the 235 defendants, Dane Powell, did any jail time: four months.

I hoped for a change in jurist, and got one, in U.S. Superior Court Chief Judge Robert E. Morin, a Clinton appointee. But Morin proved every bit as bad as Leibovitz.

The cases before Morin were made through a woman undercover detective who attended Antifa’s planning meetings. Shockingly, and in a revolutionary ruling, Morin would not permit her to testify unless she revealed her real name and face in open court. As Morin well knew, that would have ended the detective’s career and jeopardized her life. She refused. That killed the prosecution, and, if institutionalized, would kill all sorts of investigations, such as those into organized crime.

Leibovitz and Morin are obvious Trump-haters, and might well have conspired to throw the cases. The judicial misconduct was so extreme that the president’s new U.S. Attorney for Washington, D.C., Jesse K. Liu, threw up her hands and dropped the charges against the remaining defendants.

Even worse, in April 2021, Washington, D.C. settled a frivolous lawsuit initiated by the usual suspects—criminal defendants, the local ACLU, and a private attorney—for \$1.6 million. The city even agreed to make its police more riot-friendly.

The D.C. government will pay \$1.6 million to settle two lawsuits alleging police unlawfully detained more than 200 protesters in mass arrests the day of Donald Trump’s presidential inauguration in January 2017, the parties told a federal judge Monday.

Demonstrators represented by the ACLU of the District of Columbia and Jeffrey L. Light alleged D.C. police violated the constitutional rights of journalists, legal observers and protesters by indiscriminately rounding them up in downtown Washington after rampaging vandals damaged property over several blocks on Jan. 20, 2017.

The city agreed to pay \$605,000 to six defendants represented by the ACLU and nearly \$1 million to about 200 others falsely arrested and held up to 16 hours without food, water or restrooms in a class-action case brought by Light, according to court filings.

[D.C. to pay \$1.6 million to settle mass arrest lawsuits from 2017 Trump inauguration, by Spencer S. Hsu and Peter Hermann, The Washington Post, April 26, 2021]

If I’m not mistaken, the “about 200” people the Post cited were not “falsely arrested,” but were criminal suspects whom Leibovitz and Morin aided and abetted.

Conspiracy to subvert justice is a crime. Justice would require that the judges be impeached at the very least, and ideally disbarred and imprisoned. But President Trump did nothing.

The J6 Defendants, The Charges, and the Courts

Let’s contrast that with what happened at the J6 protest to stop the Electoral College count and ensuing Big Steal. At the time and ever since, the Leftist Mainstream Media and the presiding D.C. judges presiding have depicted Trump supporters as violent “white supremacists,” “insurrectionists,” and “domestic terrorists.”

Indeed, the running narrative is that J6 is another 9/11, or worse:

That’s complete nonsense, of course. And we know, again, that Antifa and other provocateurs were there, and worse still, that Capitol Police likely caused the death of three unarmed, non-violent, white Trump supporters: Roseanne Boyland, also 34, Kevin Greeson, 55, and Benjamin Phillips, 50. And, famously, an immigrant Capitol Hill cop shot and killed Ashli Babbitt.

Julie Kelly of American Greatness has written a must-read book, January 6: How Democrats Used the Capitol Protest to Launch a War on Terror against the Political Right, which explains how the treatment of the J6 defendants contrasts with that of J20 defendants.

The J6 protesters weren’t bonded out, and some are in solitary confinement, for starters. The feds arrested more than 570 J6 protesters—more than twice as many as they arrested for the J20 mayhem—and charged many with “civil disorder,” “obstruction of an official proceeding,” and “violent entry into the Capitol building.”

Many, if not all of the “crimes” are counterfeit because, after J6, videos and photographs were found of Capitol Police holding doors open for “rioters,” and meeting inside the Capitol Building with them, explaining the rules of engagement to them. As Kelly notes, the demonstrators cannot have been guilty of misdemeanor trespassing. If they were, USCP officers would have arrested them at the time. When radical leftists committed identical acts, by the way, congressional leaders celebrated them.

Some federal prosecutors unwittingly confessed to their crimes. They bragged of arresting Trump supporters for misdemeanors while intending to charge them with major felonies such as sedition. They want Trump supporters too terrified ever again to protest The Big Steal. Call it shock and awe.

J20 rioters did exactly what judges and prosecutors have accused the J6 defendants of doing. The rioting communists tried to prevent the peaceful transfer of power after a lawful election.

Kelly persuasively argues that the J6 judges and prosecutors have undermine the rule of law by:

  • Eliminating the presumption of innocence;
  • Equating support for Trump with being a domestic terrorist;
  • Criminalizing dissent, which they use as a pretext to deny granting bond to defendants;
  • Subjecting defendants who haven’t been convicted of a crime to cruel and unusual punishment, including the torture of white defendants by racist, black jailers in something of an American Tower of London;
  • Forcing defendants to grovel in court and recant their political beliefs;
  • Denying the right to a speedy trial by delaying them;
  • Violating the 1984 Bail Reform Act by unlawfully keeping defendants in jail;
  • Violating the Brady rules [Brady v. Maryland (1963)] that require prosecutors to give the defense potentially exculpatory evidence, in this case videotapes that judges have permitted prosecutors to suppress; and
  • Engaging in outrageously unprofessional, partisan misconduct in court at detention hearings, in which they rant and rave for up to 40 minutes at a time while expressing their burning hatred for President Trump and his supporters.

For good measure, a court-appointed attorney for several indigent J6 defendants, anti-white H. Heather Shaner, has lectured clients that they benefit from “white privilege,” forced them to study anti-white propaganda, and coerced them into apologizing for being white [A Lawyer For Jan. 6 Defendants Is Giving Her Clients Remedial Lessons In American History, by Ryan J. Reilly, Huffpost, June 23, 2021]. One wouldn’t think that an attorney who despises her clients can represent them to the best of her ability, as she is ethically and legally bound to do.

Prosecutors and FBI agents have even terrorized innocent people such as Joseph Bolanos, 69, in their homes. After a neighbor heard Bolanos, who lives on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, say that he was in the nation’s capital on January 6, the neighbor reported him to the FBI. A few days later, the bureau sent a SWAT team to terrorize Bolanos. They ransacked his and his mother’s apartments, seized his electronic devices, and caused him to suffer a stroke. Bolanos is a registered Democrat. And now neighbors shun him. Post J6, simply visiting our nation’s capital is, apparently, probable cause for issuing a search warrant.

The following D.C. judges are so out of line that they make Leibovitz and Morin look exemplary: Michael Aloi, Royce Lamberth, Emmet Sullivan, Thomas Hogan, Timothy Kelly, Randolph Moss, Zia Faruqui and Beryl Howell.

Demonstrators told Kelly that they were not violent, yet the Capitol and Metro police forces attacked with stingers, tear gas, and flash bang grenades anyway. The non-violent demonstrators responded, “We’ve always had your back!” and gave them the finger.

For generations, the Deep State has been consolidating its power. No patriotic party stood against it. Now that state has stolen an election, we have as President a dictator who likely has dementia, and as Vice President a cackling moron and anchor baby ready to replace him. Law enforcement and the judiciary have embraced the rule of crime, with the lying MSM and academia acting as their propaganda officers and cheerleaders.

This is life in the anarcho-tyranny, as Francis described it, in which “criminals aren’t punished (which is why it is anarchy), but the innocent are (which is why it’s tyranny).”

Too bad we can’t pray for Americans to parachute in and save us.

President Trump could at least do something and defend his supporters. He must demand their release, exoneration, and indemnification, and the prosecution of those who have persecuted them.

And if he is re-elected, or another Republican takes the White House, he must pardon the J6ers to send anarcho-tyranny a message: The Real Resistance has begun.

Nicholas Stix [email him] is a New York City-based journalist and researcher, much of whose work focuses on the nexus of race, crime, and education. He spent much of the 1990s teaching college in New York and New Jersey. His work has appeared in Chronicles, The New York Post, Weekly Standard, Daily News, New York Newsday, American Renaissance, Academic Questions, Ideas on Liberty and many other publications. Stix was the project director and principal author of the NPI report, The State of White America-2007. He blogs at Nicholas Stix, Uncensored.

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  1. The J20 judges who let the violent rioters go free resemble the judges (Bromiski, Boyle, and Pacquet) who went out of their way to enable Ted Kennedy to escape any punishment after Chappaquiddick.

  2. Rich says:

    In banana republics ‘equal treatment under the law’ doesn’t exist. The US is a banana republic. The right better wake up to this soon.

    • Agree: Alden, Adam Smith, fnn
    • Replies: @follyofwar
  3. “The right better wake up to this soon.”

    Forget it. The Right is what put us in this predicament. It’s just another set of mortal enemies.

  4. The way I understand it, the felony rioting charges didn’t have a firm ground in law because they happened on the streets of D.C., under Metropolitan Police jurisdiction.

    One of the differences of the J6 Capitol disturbance is that the Trump supporters were herded onto Capitol grounds and into the building, which come under Capitol Police jurisdiction. This is a whole different prosecutorial ball game.

    It looks like a well laid trap by Feds who gamed out the scenario in advance.

    Antifa communists repeated their rioting exploits in 2020, causing a mini-siege of the White House and injuries to police. It did not result in exemplary charges.

    One of the more egregious double standards of that year was the fire-bombing terrorists who threw a molotov cocktail into a police vehicle and received no prison time at all.

    “They were arrested on May 30 2020 and held in jail for more than two days before a federal magistrate judge released them to home confinement. Prosecutors appealed twice to keep them behind bars, saying that the pair had tried to incite others to carry out similar attacks and that “they could not be trusted to refrain” from similar behavior.

    “More than 50 former federal prosecutors signed a public letter urging the appeals court to reject the U.S. attorney’s office’s argument for detention, saying it contradicted settled bail law.

    “Colinford Mattis and Urooj Rahman were ultimately released pending trial.”

    Which begs the question, who worked the phones to obtain the signatures of “more than 50 former federal prosecutors”? This should be investigated to the fullest.

    • Thanks: Nicholas Stix, bomag
    • Replies: @fnn
    , @eah
  5. Rich says:
    @Nicholas Stix

    If Republicans, the center-right party in the US, simply lowered taxes starving the beast, eliminated affirmative action, enforced immigration laws and went hard on law and order, which are all part of their platform, I think they could turn this mess around. Giuliani did it in NYC to a large extent and he kept it in business for 30 years. It’s actually our only hope. DeSantis could be the guy to do it.

  6. Well, sure!

    But Giuliani did not eliminate affirmative action, and he actively undermined immigration law enforcement.

    And even his tough law-and-order stance (excepting illegal aliens, who got a free ride) was undermined by pro-black criminal judges and prosecutors.

    • Replies: @kentucky derby
    , @Rich
  7. @Nicholas Stix

    Let’s not forget that Giuliani aided and abetted the 9/11 inside conspiracy. People still forget to connect that 9/11 being an FF implicates him as a criminal of the highest order, rather than a hero.

    • Replies: @Nicholas Stix
  8. @kentucky derby

    If I hadn’t already known that I was at The Unz Review, your comment would have reminded me.

    • Agree: David In TN, SMK
    • Replies: @SMK
  9. I haven’t seen Donny defend any of the J6 from this gross miscarriage of justice. He’s too busy pimping his latest project

    • Replies: @follyofwar
  10. Alden says: • Website

    Great article as usual Nicholas. Thanks.

    • Agree: Thomasina
    • Replies: @Nicholas Stix
  11. Powerful indictment of our judicial system. All is not well in the halls of American justice. And this brand of entrenched institutional rot is nearly impossible to root out.

    Third world agitation and commie subversion are being aided and protected like never before by all the usual suspects: mainstream pundits, race-obsessed judges, the legacy media, and last (but not least) the liberty-loving (((ACLU))).

    This unholy alliance forms the backbone of the the anarcho-tyranny movement that is slowly eating away at the foundations of a once-proud, once-decentralized, European-derived civilization. Thank you, Nicholas Stix, for your gripping analysis.

  12. @David In TN

    The difference being that power and wealth generally gets a pass in most, if not all nations in regards to all walks of everyday life. Money simply buys more influence, better insurance. Most average Americans are untouched by this unfair preferential treatment.
    This new turn in district attorneys, judges, politicians, the FBI, entire bureaucracies extending such privileges to the American masses based on political ideologies or preferential races (not white) transforms the entire nation pretty quickly. As we are currently seeing right before our very own eyes.

    • Agree: ziggurat
  13. Franz says:
    @Nicholas Stix

    Zelensky’s Underwhelming Speech

    Good thing Gary Oldman is too long in the tooth to play Zelensky in Darkest Ukrainian Hour.

    Maybe Selena Gomez can give it a shot. She’s ALMOST as good a dancer as Z.

  14. @David In TN

    They also resemble at least 2/3rds of the rioters in some very important ethnic respects.

  15. Spanky says:

    President Trump could at least do something and defend his supporters. — Nicholas Stix

    Which partially reveals what Trump really is…

    …I think they [Republicans] could turn this mess around. … It’s actually our only hope. DeSantis could be the guy to do it. — Rich

    Hope is a dangerous thing… the Empire of Chaos has weaponized hope. As much as I like what he did re: COVID, remind me, where was DeSantis sworn into office as Florida’s governor?

    In every election, state and federal, I write in None of the Above to remove my consent to be governed by the twin party clowns foisted upon us by the deep state. It might not mean much when one person does so, but if millions did… or a plurality?

    • Agree: W
    • Replies: @Adam Smith
  16. Anonymous[112] • Disclaimer says:

    Things are getting a bit disquieting.

    Partial tally:
    * Judiciary now a regime protection force. No more law, just regulations enforced for administrative convenience.
    * Urban police are now a regime protection force.
    * The US Army is not even a regime protection force — it is a patronage organization whose main task is not to threaten the regime.
    * Assets and property are now confiscated at governmental convenience, which includes regime protection. Confiscation applies to both domestic and international property, which marks the end of the Bretton Woods conventions. The US Dollar is in severe danger of losing its status as international reserve currency.
    * Elections have essentially ended in the West. 2020 elections now proven to be stolen by media and ballot tampering, but no consequences are even proposed for this theft. ** Look for 2022 and certainly 2024 elections to be somehow predetermined, possibly as a war measure, possibly by application of anarcho-tyranny to arrest members of the opposition, on the grounds that the opposition is immoral as it is trying to enforce oppression as defined by intersectionality thus violating social justice.
    * Free speech is over in the West, marked by Federal designation of people verbally opposing school board actions as terrorists.
    * Whites are being demonized and excluded from participation in politics.
    * Jews, a particularly powerful set of Whites, have lost their participation in Hollywood, and no longer control mass entertainment propaganda.
    * Jews are now considered as suspect Whites under the 1964 Civil Rights Act. Expect asset stripping lawsuits to follow (see confiscation point above). This isn’t the conversion of Jews to Christians, but legally it means that Jews are now treated as Christians (in that Jews are now as suspect as Christians — part of the basket of deplorables), at least under the law. It is profoundly disquieting that such a dominant organization as APIC could be so thoroughly defeated so quickly and without public notice. I have no idea how this could happen.
    * US no longer has effective military force. US Army was remade from an effective conventional force 20 years ago into a counterinsurgency force capable of fighting irregular forces, but not regular infantry/armor/artillery and air forces. The US Army has, in fact, relegated actual contact with enemy forces (actual combat) to mercenaries or sometimes Special Operations Forces (SOF). US nuclear deterrence is now at least obsolescent as compared to that of the Soviet Union.
    * US now has no effective leadership, as can be seen by comparing Pres. Biden to Pres. Trump. The Executive branch is effectively gone, absent, not there, and the various Democratic factions are operating independently of the Executive Branch and of each other. One could say the same for the Legislative Branch, although it’s not as obvious. As for the Judicial Branch, it has been threatened into compliance by interest groups and is not being protected by the other two Branches, which appear to approve of the threats.
    * The US government is losing legitimacy among all groups. The Whites doubt the justice of their designation as a suspect group under the 1964 Civil Rights Act and subsequent elaborations such as intersectionality and Critical Race Theory. The BIPOCS think the US government is contemptible in that it is (a) weak and (b) still hasn’t rescued them from the inner city.
    * The US cities are being abandoned to people who cannot get an income except through government. That is, the only support of urban areas is government funds. These people are making the cities into very unpleasant places, and the present urban governments are not keeping up with depreciation of urban capital plant. Informally put, all the urban areas (the SMSAs) are turning into copies of Detroit. Note that severe inflation and/or loss of international reserve currency by the US Dollar would effectively zero government’s ability to fund urban areas. Since the US political system is now based upon the urban vote, this would fundamentally destabilize the US political system
    * Informal summary:


    The tusks that fought in mighty brawls
    of Mastodons are — billiard balls.
    The sword of Charlemagne the Just,
    is ferrous oxide — known as rust.
    Great Caesar’s bust is on the shelf
    and I don’t fell so well myself.
    or, as the song says:
    Nothing lasts forever but the earthen sky.

    This institutional failure happens about every 80-90 years in the US and the West in general, and takes about a decade to clear up with a new organizational form. This time the resolution might take longer, it’s usually 30 years for the longer reorganizations, and might result in a division of the US, with the NE urban areas and the West Coast urban areas simply given their own regional government, to sink or swim, and the rest of the country a confederation headed by Texas and Florida, which are both the sort of cross-cultural societies that have historically been the nucleus of new countries, and are both strategically located.
    Fortunately for the US, it would appear that the rest of the world is having its own troubles, and should be preoccupied with these troubles long enough for the US to recover.

    ** At the very least, Congress should change the uniform of the Supreme Court to a more colorful mu-mu, preferably to a mu-mu livened up with pastel colors, tropical flowers and a parrot or two. That might give the Supremes a hint that they did something bad when they refused to investigate the 2020 election.

    • Replies: @anarchyst
  17. S says:

    Law enforcement and the judiciary have embraced the rule of crime, with the lying MSM and academia acting as their propaganda officers and cheerleaders….This is life in the anarcho-tyranny, as Francis described it, in which “criminals aren’t punished (which is why it is anarchy), but the innocent are (which is why it’s tyranny).”

    Anarcho-tyranny even has it’s own national anthem, The Stones 1968 single Sympathy for the Devil:

    ‘Just as every cop is a criminal
    And all the sinners saints
    As heads is tails
    Just call me Lucifer
    Cause I’m in need of some restraint’

  18. @Rich

    It’s about too late on the immigration law enforcement, and the other 2 won’t ever happen, Rich. I’m sorry to be a downer on this but we’re not voting out way out of this mess, even if there wasn’t massive cheating going on.

    You bring up DeSatnis, who I have lots of respect and admiration for, due to his fight against the Kung Flu stupidity down in Florida. He shows us one good solution, which is Federalism.

    • Agree: Adam Smith
  19. Sarah says:

    This is life in the anarcho-tyranny, as Francis described it, in which “criminals aren’t punished (which is why it is anarchy), but the innocent are (which is why it’s tyranny).”

    Good definitions👍

    • Agree: GMC
  20. I read this a couple of days back on VDare, and I’m very glad to see your article here on top, Nick. Thank you, Ron Unz!

    We need to all realize what kind of country we are living in. We are at the state of those countries you’d hear songs about, like “the mothers of the disappeared” (U2) and such. Let’s face it, Americans. The US Feral Gov’t has taken Political Prisoners. They’ve let one of their own, Michael Leroy Byrd, go free after murdering Ashli Babbitt, without even an arrest. This is an El Salvador style country now, without the bananas.

    • Agree: Adam Smith
    • Replies: @Nicholas Stix
  21. This is what people vote for.

    Government = mafia.

  22. “Conspiracy to subvert justice is a crime. Justice would require that the judges be impeached at the very least, and ideally disbarred and imprisoned. But President Trump did nothing.”

    The Orange Cockatoo is a moron and an agent of money changers and Pharisees thus not a friend of the historic nation.

  23. Rich says:
    @Nicholas Stix

    Reading your article from 96 brought back some good memories. I don’t know that Giuliani didn’t “officially” end affirmative action regs, but guys I knew back then who under Dinkens and Brown were getting turned away from the NYPD, were able to get on. The civil service tests were used as they were supposed to be used and the hiring of incompetent minorities slowed down into the Bloomberg years. I remember the talk about how precincts were downplaying crime numbers so the captains and others wouldn’t lose their jobs. But there was a difference, Giuliani didn’t go after the cops, he gave them more of a free hand and things did change. In the late 80s, early 90s, people I worked with were mugged in midtown, in the daylight. Assaults and muggings in the subway were common. Then, all of a sudden, with more arrests and Pataki’s longer jail sentences, things did get better. Not good enough that I stayed living in the city, I wouldn’t let my kids grow up in that craphole, but Whites were able to survive a bit longer. (Bloomberg’s setting up little niche schools for Whites also helped, but that’s ending now.) Giuliani had his faults, I agree, but he did start the process that gave the city an extra 20 years of life. Now, with the White population down to about 35% and with a radical black mayor, NYC will go back to what it was pre-Giuliani.

    • Agree: HammerJack
  24. @Alden

    Thank you for your kind words, Alden.

    • Replies: @Alden
  25. @Spanky

    where was DeSantis sworn into office as Florida’s governor?


  26. profnasty says:

    Which part of Communist Dictatorship do you knot understand?

    ANTIFA sez, “Fight fire with fire.”
    BLM sez, “Get Ugly!”

  27. Spanky says:
    @Adam Smith

    Tallahassee… — Adam Smith

    Oops… my bad.

    OK, let’s try this again. So, as the new FL governor, where did DeSantis hold his first cabinet meeting?

    Thank you for the catch. I try to be accurate. But sometimes I miss.


    Why is Governor Ron DeSantis holding Florida’s first cabinet meeting IN ISRAEL?!Emily L. Mahoney, Tamp Bay Times

    DeSantis: Florida is ‘leading the way’ in fight against BDS — Israel National News

    DeSantis added that his state has been “really leading the way fighting the BDS movement. … What the BDS movement is doing is “important, because what they’re doing is a reflection really, I think, of an anti-Semitic viewpoint.”

    Ron DeSantis, Cabinet sued over meeting in IsraelElizabeth Koh and Jeffrey Schweers, Tampa Bay Times

    Hours earlier, U.S. Ambassador David Friedman thanked DeSantis for his efforts as a member of Congress to move the embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. … “Israel has no greater friend in all the 50 governor mansions than Ron DeSantis,” Friedman said. “I welcome you and the Cabinet members and your delegation to this small but incredibly important country.”

    • Replies: @Adam Smith
  28. FLgeezer says:
    @Adam Smith

    He had his first cabinet meeting in Tel Aviv.

    • LOL: Alden, Adam Smith
  29. fnn says:

    The way I understand it, the felony rioting charges didn’t have a firm ground in law because they happened on the streets of D.C., under Metropolitan Police jurisdiction.

    I don’t have any legal training, but that seems odd given that the whole of DC is a federal jurisdiction. But then I know we live in Alice’s Wonderland or Superman’s Bizarro World so anything is possible. When you hear someone say without irony the phrases “rule of law” or “due process” give them the horselaugh.

    • Replies: @bomag
    , @Alden
  30. @Adam Smith

    I was wondering what Spanky meant about that too. (Something about Israel, but come on!)

  31. Mike Tre says:

    The US is lost unless American descendants of Northern European founding stock take up arms, drive the invaders out, and eliminate every single living individual who acted against us in any regard leading up to the conflict.

    • Replies: @Alden
  32. Gapper says:

    Years ago I discovered that the legal system, particularly criminal law, is corrupt. Corruption is like a cancer. If not destroyed early on, by metastasis it destroys the host until the host dies. We are at the point where justice has died. By chance alone one may receive fair treatment, but only if there are no over reaching drivers. In the case of J6, there is no hope of fair treatment. The judges and prosecutors are brainwashed that they are defending democracy thus abuse of authority is justified. Defending attorneys are either afraid of cancel culture or also believe their defendant deserves said punishment. Many of the public who are programmed by MSM and then become jurists also believe that these folks are insurrectionists and thus side with the prosecution. Only a great reset (and not the one world order kind) will change the current path.

  33. @Rich

    A good bit of the dissident right, those of us reading this article, woke up years ago, but are afraid to protest and suffer the same fate as the J6 trespassers. The cucked republican legislators, who are the vast majority, never will. And Trump, for all his bluster, is a cucked republican too.

    • Agree: Robert Dolan
  34. @Rich

    DeSantis is an Israeli tool. He actually held a legislative session of the State of Florida in Israel. He’s right on a lot of issues, but any American who worships Israel cannot be trusted.

    Isreal is just another country. We should only deal with them if and when it benefits the US.

  35. @InnerCynic

    And let’s not forget that Trump promised that he would lead his MAGA fanatics to the Capitol after his long-winded speech, whereupon he ducked back into the WH to watch the proceedings on Fox News. Really, if Trump had done what he promised to do, he could have stopped the protesters from entering the Capitol. His MAGA devotees learned a hard lesson that day that Trump could and should have prevented.

  36. KenH says:

    DeSantis could be the guy to do it.

    Possibly but not likely. If he were to win the presidency he’ll turn in to a centrist cuck and start railing against racism and white supremacy. Don’t forget that “white nationalist” Trump condemned white nationalists two times Congressional resolutions but never once formally condemned antifa or BLM.

    • Agree: Robert Dolan
    • Replies: @Robert Dolan
    , @Rich
  37. eah says:

    The link you provide is behind a paywall — here’s an archived version anyone can read:

    Brooklyn Lawyers Plead Guilty in Firebomb Case

    Which begs the question, who worked the phones to obtain the signatures of “more than 50 former federal prosecutors”? This should be investigated to the fullest.

    Who do you think should investigate? — and what should be done with any information gathered? — do you believe it was illegal or unethical to lobby for their release prior to trial?

    People are generally confined before trial when it’s deemed they pose a continued danger and/or are a flight risk — personally, from what I see, I don’t think either applied in the case of these two — so I’m agnostic about their release; in most cases I’m willing to leave such a decision to the discretion of the judge.

    I suggest you focus on the gross unfairness of not only how J6 defendants are being treated, but also how the J6 people are being treated vs the way these two were treated, and not on the fact these two were released pending trial — the comparison is the real outrage here.

    There are other stories about their guilty plea, and all say sentencing was set for early Feb, 2022 — but I was unable to find any news about their sentencing; perhaps it was delayed.

    To see how egregious plea deals can be in the sense of achieving ‘justice’, whatever that means today, read the article to see the original charges vs the single charge of the guilty plea — a brief excerpt:

    Federal prosecutors brought stiff charges against them: seven counts, including arson and civil disorder, which collectively could have carried a 45-year minimum sentence. … On Wednesday, Ms. Rahman, 32, and Mr. Mattis, 34, pleaded guilty in federal court in Brooklyn to one count apiece of possession of a destructive device, as part of a deal … Ms. Rahman and Mr. Mattis had agreed not to appeal any sentence of five years or less.

    They will probably not spend much time in jail; if not, that won’t really bother me too much (I think they were overcharged) — but in addition to any time they serve, I think they should also pay full restitution for any damage, plus a fine, and be permanently disbarred, meaning they can never practice law again — to me, permanent disbarment is essential, and important as a deterrent.

    The article begins with this unintentionally funny text:

    On a May night in 2020, two young lawyers — high achievers who had risen from working-class roots to prestigious schools and promising careers — joined thousands of others on the streets of Brooklyn to protest the murder of George Floyd.

    Looking at the fotos, they both have affirmative action written all over them.

    • Replies: @eah
    , @bomag
  38. nsa says:

    Some clarity is required here. Trumpberg could have pardoned all his Jan. 6 groupies, but instead tossed them to the libs as raw meat. The makeup wearing bunko artist then saw fit to pardon arch traitor Pollard’s izzie handler and numerous joo swindlers and even a tatted rapper freak. Get the picture?

    • Agree: Robert Dolan, Alden
    • Replies: @anarchyst
  39. eah says:

    >The link you provide is behind a paywall — here’s an archived version anyone can read:

    Sorry, here is an archived link:

    Brooklyn Lawyers Plead Guilty in Firebomb Case

  40. bomag says:

    I wondered the same thing; I figured federal law applies anywhere in the country.

    Beavertails suggests that crimes on Capitol grounds are prosecuted more vigorously than elsewhere. Could be, but this deal looks more like the bad guys trying out more perfected forms of psychological torture on their political enemies.

  41. bomag says:

    Who do you think should investigate? — and what should be done with any information gathered? — do you believe it was illegal or unethical to lobby for their release prior to trial?

    Be nice to know who funded the lobbying effort; or who donated time.

    “More than 50 former federal prosecutors” sounds like mob action. I doubt the 50+ all had enough personal experience with the case to render a useful opinion; has some unethical hints about it.

  42. @Nicholas Stix

    Actually, it was mass immigration that put us into this predicament. All immigration, starting in the 1830’s and continuing till today, has been bad for America and Americans.

    undercover detective

    A government employee lying about who they are and what their motives are. No government employee should be allowed to go undercover or to lie to citizens for any reason.

    Any government employee testifying in court should be required to show their face and state their real name. All government employee personnel files should be public record and open for any citizen to read them. The servant does not lie to the master.

  43. @KenH

    Trump allowed BLM/Antifa to destroy the country…..then he shat on his own Jan.6th followers.

    Push come to shove Trump is just another cuck.

    It sickens me that we are being prepped to accept him as the GOP candidate in 24……he fucked up his golden opportunity to fix things…..had a huge mandate…..and threw it away.

    You have to be retarded to think that he would improve the second time around.

    • Replies: @Jeffrey A Freeman
    , @KenH
  44. @Rich

    DeSantis is a rabid Israel Firster. He should be kept far away from the levers of Federal power.

    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
  45. @Spanky

    Oops… my bad.

    No worries, Spanky…

    While I appreciate the way DeSantis stood up against the CoronaPanic craziness, I don’t like how he panders to the chosenites. I don’t know if he is a true believer, or if he’s just a shrewd political whore, but either way I don’t like it. I don’t trust Israel Firsters.

    • Replies: @Spanky
  46. Regime change operations were conducted in America to remove Trump from the Presidency. They called it many things, all lies, but what it was was plainly REGIME CHANGE ops in America and the Patriots who stood up to resist tyranny on J6 are buried under the jail and being guarded by queers and faggots and trans beasts. Go break them out!

    • Agree: Robert Dolan
    • Replies: @Alden
  47. anarchyst says:

    I generally agree with the above treatise with one exception. Jews are still firmly in control…from hollywood to big pharma and much of societal degradation to the implementation of marxism in cultural and education, jews are still very much in control…using their phony holocaust™ and name-calling (nazi, racist) to defuse their opposition.
    Otherwise, a good treatise.

  48. @Robert Dolan

    He’s just trying to save face.

    It was embarrassing what happened to him.

  49. Anonymous[107] • Disclaimer says:

    Mr. Beschloss is a nice guy with movie star good looks and a super-rich wife but agreeing with Biden’s childlike one trick pony dog-face horse soldier evaluation of 1/6 shows him sadly to be a dewsh.

    I am a not having black Capitol police officers murdering unarmed civilians supremacist.

    Antifa, like Occupy Wall Street, is largely a scheme to get laid with dim-witted college girls for guys who otherwise would not get laid.

    In the 80s we had the so-called “Revolution Summer” with its Clark Kissingers and its Mark Jenkinses. Nothing changes. It always comes back to hapless guys with neither upper body strength nor anything going on in life and dim-witted college girls.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  50. Blissex says:

    I don’t really understand why the author does not use the example of the “glorious freedom fighters” who violently occupied the Capitol on 10/06 to prevent the performance of a constitutional duty vs. the “despicable terrorists” who occupied the Capitol on 1/6:
    «At the vote confirming Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court on Oct. 6, woman after woman screamed out in protest from the Senate gallery and was carried away by guards. […] People were pounding in outrage on the closed entrance to the Senate floor. […] U.S. Capitol Police said a total of 164 people were arrested that day for “crowding, obstructing, or incommoding.” […] The depth of opposition to Kavanaugh was revealed when on Oct. 4 over a thousand people from throughout the country, mostly women, demonstrated on Capitol Hill. […] At the Senate Hart Office Building, crowds saying “NO” to sexual assault and to the reactionary agenda that Kavanaugh represents flooded the atrium and every floor. Over 300 chanting, militant protesters were arrested that day. […] There were too many acts of indignation and outrage at Kavanaugh’s nomination to list them all. […] Outrage against Kavanaugh broke out initially on July 9 at the Supreme Court on Capitol Hill […] During Senate Judiciary Committee hearings the first week in September, over 227 demonstrators were arrested.»
    «Protesters opposed to the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court targeted the offices of swing vote Republican senators Thursday to pressure them to vote against President Donald Trump’s nominee […] About two dozen people were arrested outside the office of Sen. Bob Corker, a Tennessee Republican, according to a police officer on the scene. Defiantly blocking the hallway in front of Corker’s office, […] The senator was not there, his staff said. The protesters then moved down the hall to the office of Sen. Susan Collins»

    Never mind the 7/1 precedcent of the USA Congress leadership celebrating the “noble freedom fighters” who ransacked the Hong-Kong Legilative council:
    “On 1 July 2019, hundreds of protesters stormed Hong Kong’s Legislative Council, (Legco), spraying graffiti and defacing symbols of the Hong Kong law-making body. The ransacking of the government building marked a turning point in a protest movement against a now suspended extradition law.”

    With this very explicit video showing the violent attacks and their achievements:

    • Thanks: mark green
  51. Anonymous[107] • Disclaimer says:

    In the 80s we had the so-called “Revolution Summer” with its Clark Kissingers and its Mark Jenkinses. Nothing changes. It always comes back to hapless guys with neither upper body strength nor anything going on in life and dim-witted college girls.

    And let us not forget the Mark Andersens. Totally not a cult leader.

  52. anarchyst says:

    How could Trump pardon all his Jan. 6 groupies? Trump was no longer president and had no presidential powers?
    Most of the political prisoners were arrested well after the fact…days and weeks later.
    Get your facts straight…

  53. @Nicholas Stix

    How can you say the right is a problem?

    Didn’t it take back America for us in 2014 and again in 2016?

    • Replies: @Nicholas Stix
  54. @Adam Smith

    I think the comment was prolly intended to let folks know DeSantis held his first Cabinet meeting in Israel.

    Yes, a good Catholic Boy goes to Israel to actualise his first cabinet meeting as Governor of Florida.

    Now, imagine if DeSantis held his first cabinet meeting in Rome.

    • LOL: Adam Smith
    • Replies: @Hibernian
  55. Rich says:

    DeSantis isn’t Trump. Trump was always a striver, trying to be accepted by the “in” crowd. DeSantis appears to know who he is and is surrounded by loyal people. Trump surrounded himself with mostly disloyal establishment hacks. I could be wrong, but I get the impression he’s the type who would stand strong and wouldn’t care if he got invited to the cool kids’ party. With all the pressure they’ve tried to put on DeSantis, from covid to pedophile training to anti-White indoctrination, he’s ignored their entreaties and pushed back. I’d support him.

    • Replies: @KenH
    , @Supply and Demand
  56. SMK says: • Website
    @Nicholas Stix

    The comment section at is a platform for the evil and insane on the right as opposed to the evil and insane on the left: Nazis, genocidal Jew-haters, holocaust deniers, misogynists, nearly all of whom are vitiated in large or at least in part by MRAs. the misogynist lunatics of the soi-disant “men’s movement,” most of whom are left-liberals, various conspiracy theorists psychotics.

    And even features a regular column by Andrew Anglin, a loathsome Nazi and misogynist who just wrote an article extolling the invasion of and sundry war crimes in Ukraine of the evil 5’5″ monster, including the bombing of nurseries and maternity wards, intentionally murdering woman and children, including infants and toddlers.

    • Agree: Nicholas Stix
    • Troll: Polistra
    • Replies: @Mike Tre
    , @anarchyst
  57. The US judicial lynch-mobsters still have a lot to learn from those in the UK, as the ‘legal’ neck-tie parties for Assange and Craig Murray show. ‘The Rule of Law’-a sad, sick, joke. The UK judicial thugs are unmatched for arrogance, as well.

    • Replies: @Cris M.
  58. Spanky says:
    @Adam Smith

    … I don’t know if he is a true believer, or if he’s just a shrewd political whore… — Adam Smith

    He has a large constituency in South Florida.

    While I appreciate the way DeSantis stood up against the CoronaPanic craziness… — Adam Smith

    As do I… But he also just indemnified hospitals (along with the Florida Legislature), that treat patients according to CDC protocols (Remdesivir and intubation), from liability. Where’s the ivermectin?

    I don’t trust Israel Firsters. — Adam Smith

    Where do their loyalties lie?

  59. Mike Tre says:

    You’re absolutely right. You should head back over to Huffington Post and Daily Kos, where you can resume commiserating with like minded slack jawed dimwits.

    • Replies: @Alden
    , @SMK
  60. Alden says:
    @Nicholas Stix

    I’ve been following you around the Internet for about 20 years. We used to exchange emails. Love your writing.

    • Replies: @Nicholas Stix
  61. Alden says:

    Just sent a text to a lawyer friend. He replied that yes you’re right the whole of DC is under federal law.

  62. Cris M. says:
    @mulga mumblebrain

    -agree. Further though also, judicial anarch tyranny would be nothing if everyone lived per actual equality per effort of self-determination, anarchism and with tribal alliances. It is nature. The excluding limiting claims by supposed govmnts, courts, monotheism religions, do that, while limiting others but not themselves, which schemes came from the same source of cons. To forget how we lived long before those setups, what our lives and many religions and ways of living were, to forget has been and is perilous. When supposed courts and govt are accountable to no one, obviously there is no accounting. Pyramid scheme is not equality.
    Equality, is same standing each person, not some ‘above’ others.
    The article is some example comparison. To me the problem isn’ anarchism it’s they hold that to themselves while scribbling ‘laws’ that apply to others, but not themselves. Supposed courts and judges and lawyers are steering forces people forget to look at, search judicial immunity and judge malice. They can do what they want, no repercussions. Not fair or justice, at all. Appreciate the article.

  63. Alden says:
    @Mike Tre

    Lots of luck finding any of our people to help. The only people I know who aren’t negro criminal lovers are Persians Armenians and Russian alleged Jews. Real Caucasians lost among Asians back home. Oh, and Mr. Alden of course

    Who brought the first blacks to America? Who brought hordes of German French Canadians and Irish to replace the English descendant mill girls of Lowell Massachusetts back in the 1830s? Who fomented instigated funded the civil war? Who freed the slaves? Who owned the factories mines and other businesses that brought millions of not N Europeans to America? Ever heard of Ford Rockefeller Carnegie Woods Foundations and what they did Re: civil rights for all but Whites feminism overturn criminal convictions via their subsidiary legal foundations? British and one German names. N. Europe. Ever heard of Morris Dees White Anglo Saxon Protestant?

    It’s our people who destroyed America. Especially the ones who ran the universities we founded 300 years ago. And our Protestant clergy. At least the Italian Polish S European Catholic Church isn’t the church 95 percent of blacks belong to; Protestant churches.

    Your above comment is in the top percentile of moronic comments on UNZ

    • Troll: Polistra
  64. Alden says:
    @Jeffrey A Freeman

    Fact check ignoramus. The DC jail guards are retard black thugs. If any are queer they hide it. As being queer is not admired by blacks. Have you any idea of the demographics of DC?

    You, Chris Mallory Mike Tre no wonder the Whites of America have self destructed.

    • Agree: Nicholas Stix
  65. Alden says:
    @Mike Tre

    Your post #33 is just about the dumbest post I’ve ever read on UNZ I’m writing as a Mayflower descendant of N European ethnicity.

    • Troll: Hangnail Hans
    • Replies: @Mike Tre
  66. SMK says: • Website
    @Mike Tre

    What the hell are you saying. I said the left is evil and insane. And so are the Nazis, misogynists, holocaust deniers, ad nauseam, who comment at I’ve never even read an article or visited the Daily Kos or the Huffington Post. My favorite websites are and Amren, where all the lunatics who comment on are censored for the good of race-realism and immigration restrictionism.

  67. @Mick Jagger Gathers No Mosque

    How can you say the right is a problem?

    Didn’t it take back America for us in 2014 and again in 2016?

    No. Or were you being sardonic? In 2014, the racial socialist Left gave patriots something to vote against; in 2016, Trump gave them something to vote for.

  68. @Chris Mallory

    I think that ‘rabid’ is redundant when describing an ‘Israel Firster’. I would add ‘traitor’ and an ‘agent of a foreign power’, too, but that applies to almost ALL US politicians.

  69. Mike Tre says:

    I’m sorry, am I speaking to Mrs. Alden the hysterical wine aunt or Mr. Alden, the Saintly doormat?

    If you think the US can be saved by a reversal of legislation, then you’re a fool. I never said we would take up arms, just that it is now the only way. Understand the difference.

    As much shit as you talk about negroes and other minorities here, I’ll bet you’re extra sweet to them when you interact with them in public. Gotta keep up appearances and all that. I know you Mayflower descendants would rather be dead than rude.

    All you boomers who’s kids are grown should be going out both barrels blazing. Instead you’ll die a slow death in a hospice bed asking for more Sanka from the mestizo NA.

  70. KenH says:
    @Robert Dolan

    Trump allowed BLM/Antifa to destroy the country…..then he shat on his own Jan.6th followers.

    Push come to shove Trump is just another cuck.

    Trump could have issued pardons to J6ers for all non-violent offenses before he left office but predictably cucked. But he did issue pardons to black criminals and rappers and Jewish criminals.

    If Trump were to win a second term I guarantee he’ll be hawking his stupid Platinum Plan for negroes and race pandering. You see black people wearing shirts that say “blacks for Trump” at all of his rallies but if white people starting wearing “Whites for Trump” they would be thrown out of the rally and people wearing such shirts would be disallowed from entering future rallies.

    • Replies: @anarchyst
  71. KenH says:

    And then there’s this proving to me that DeSantis is really just a race pandering cuck.

    Also, DeSantis has threatened to start shipping illegal aliens flown to Florida by the Biden administration to Delaware. But to my knowledge he still hasn’t done that so he’s another guy to just tosses out red meat for the base but ultimately does nothing. He’s Trump Jr.

    • Thanks: eah
  72. @Rich

    You’re the biggest DeSantis shill on this site but never respond or reply to mention of his total slavery to the Jewish lobby. All you GOP cucks are the worst sort of bootlicker. Hope Naftali sends your children to die for Ukraine/Taiwan. DeSantis would be the first to escalate conflict in either of those places at the beck and call of his master.

    A vote for Joe is a vote for the end of the ZOG Empire.

  73. anarchyst says:

    crawl back into your idf unit 8200 cubicle and celebrate your fake victimhood…

  74. anarchyst says:

    Your statement:
    Trump could have issued pardons to J6ers for all non-violent offenses before he left office but predictably cucked. But he did issue pardons to black criminals and rappers and Jewish criminals.
    …is incorrect. Trump was no longer president on and after January 6…
    Trump did issue pardons to black criminals and rappers and jewish criminals before January 6.

  75. Rich says:
    @Supply and Demand

    Obviously you haven’t read through my comments to the end or you’d understand my position on American politicians and their support of Israel. I’ll try to state it plainly, just for you, I don’t really care who controls that piece of real estate in the Middle East. As long as the Israelis can hold it, it’s theirs. If the Muslims manage to push them off it tomorrow, it’s no big deal, except that about 5 million Israeli citizens would be on the next bus to America. Every single nationally known American politician has come out as a supporter of the Zionist state. Every single one. Including that little known Palestinian chick who said she supports an Israeli state, making her a “zionist”. I’m going to choose the most conservative candidate that has a chance to win. DeSantis has impressed me lately, but so have several others, including that Ron Johnson guy out in Wisconsin. Basically, anyone who isn’t anti-White has a good chance of getting my vote. Hope I cleared that up for you.

    • Replies: @eah
  76. eah says:

    I’m going to choose the most conservative candidate that has a chance to win. … Basically, anyone who isn’t anti-White has a good chance of getting my vote.

    To me, little is more degrading than the way American politicians like conservagoy DeSantis pay obeisance to Jews and whore the country out to Israel — how can this behavior be corrected unless voters withhold support because of it?

    And with DeSantis you also get acquiescence to white erasure — see comment #73 (DeSantis asks to replace Confederate general statue with one of civil rights leaderIn a press release issued Wednesday, the governor’s office noted his request was made on the 144th anniversary of McLeod Bethune’s birth).

    So while your argument seems reasonable, ultimately it’s just another round of ‘the lesser of two evils’ — surely you can understand why today some of us see it that way, and reject this kind of compromise, which we’ve been humiliatingly making for decades, only for the GOP, at any point in time, to behave like Democrats did ten years before (if that) — enough.

    And no, I don’t care if the ‘greater of two evils’ wins as a consequence — not enough, anyway.

    • Replies: @Hangnail Hans
    , @eah
    , @Rich
  77. I agree with everything in this article except one thing: the writer calls Antifa/BLM thugs “anarchists” and “communists.” They are nothing of the sort. They are mostly paid street operatives of the Democratic party, and they are recruited from alienated petit-bourgeois and marginal lumpen elements of the society and coached and organized by very powerful people, some private, some within the government. They are by definition reactionary. Any self-respecting anarchist (of which I am one) or communist would never stoop to favoring or disfavoring one or another candidate of this farce of a system. And any political action would be tactical, not geared for mass television consumption to buttress an overriding narrative of the elements already in power.

    It would be far more accurate to call them “neofascist” or “proto-fascist.”

    • Replies: @Nicholas Stix
  78. @eah

    I don’t care if the ‘greater of two evils’ wins as a consequence — not enough, anyway.

    There’s an interesting parallel to be drawn between this argument and the one about whether or not whites should be having more children when it’s pretty clear that they will be slaves [or worse] within a decade or so.

    By not voting you are clearly adding more “progressives” to the win column, and/or increasing their margins. Yet I also understand that voting is pretty much futile at this point.

    • Replies: @eah
  79. @Supply and Demand

    A vote for Joe is a vote for the end of the ZOG Empire.

    Which Joe is this?

    • Thanks: HammerJack
  80. eah says:
    @Hangnail Hans

    There’s an interesting parallel to be drawn between this argument and the one about whether or not whites should be having more children when it’s pretty clear that they will be slaves [or worse] within a decade or so.

    I don’t recall seeing the ‘if you have kids they’ll be …’ argument; I understand why you mention it in this context.

    I broke my voting fast for Trump in 2016 because the contrast to HRC was just too stark — but I couldn’t stomach voting for him again in 2020.

    Yet I also understand that voting is pretty much futile at this point.

    Yes, ‘muh democracy’, ‘vote harder’ — I’ve stated my view of the situation many times, most recently here.

  81. @Supply and Demand

    For Rich and HH, S&D is an American expatriate, married to a China girl from a well-connected family living in Dalian. He’s an OK guy politically, but he has a habit of wasting our time by trolling on this site when he’s bored of going shoes shopping with his wife. (Did I get this biography right, sir?)

    Hey, Supply & Demand, Peak Stupidity has been reporting on the new surge of Kung Flu Panic there, in Shanghai and down in Shenzhen/Dongguan. See “It’s baaacck! The Kung Flu in China”.

    I thought you people had DEFEATED this thing, man! What gives? Fat Winnie told the world that China knew how to take care of a this the best way, locking up entire buildings, fumigating cities with big green mobile CoviCannons, and terminating the dogs and hamsters with extreme prejudice. Even Ron Unz was impressed. Your people have lost face, man. I’d suggest trying to cover it up better.

  82. eah says:

    To me, little is more degrading than the way American politicians like conservagoy DeSantis pay obeisance to Jews and whore the country out to Israel …

    linkFew things are more obscene than seeing the traitors in Congress shovel money at Israel and the Ukraine while Americans are living paycheck to paycheck and struggling to afford basic necessities like food and fuel. There aren’t any complicated economics behind this, it’s quite simple in fact: The parasitic ruling class is in the looting phase, picking the carcass clean. It’s not incompetence, it’s malice. They hate us. They’re replacing us. And they’re killing us.

    DeSantis is one of the worst about this.

    • Replies: @eah
  83. Rich says:

    After a little research it appears the General Kirby Smith statue was voted for removal and signed into law by Gov Rick Scott. Prior to DeSantis election. He did go along with the law, but I’m not sure if he could have legally stopped the statue replacement. The facts remain that dems will vote for laws that discriminate against Whites, they will always raise taxes and regulations and they will always back whatever degenerate lifestyle they can find. Obama ran for president saying he opposed homosexual “marriage”, now the whole party has come out. Unless you’re going to install a dictator who will do everything you want, you’re going to have to have compromise of a sort. If Israel is the compromise, so what? It’s a far off country, of little real importance to the US or to our daily lives. Lack of law enforcement, encouraging negroes to riot, taxing us into penury seem much more important to me. If the affairs of Arabs and Israelis is your only concern, then naturally you wouldn’t be able to support either major party in the US.

    • Agree: Nicholas Stix
    • LOL: eah
    • Replies: @eah
    , @eah
  84. schrub says:

    I am surprised that fellow UNZzer’s haven’t noticed the strange similarity of the activities of Antifa to another, older organization, the Jewish Defense League (JDL).

    Here is the history of the JDL up to 1995 from none other than the ADL (Anti Defamation League) itself.

    Notice the extreme levels of violence that the the “old” JDL employed and how they seem to resemble those now used by Antifa today .

    You will notice that for some strange reason, the ADL seems to be quite reluctant to update this section to include the even more violent era after 1995 when it was under the leadership of Irv Rubin. The JDL seemed to vanish from ADL view after Rubin’s arrest in 2001 and his conviction for the attempted bombing of Congressman Darrel Issa’s office.

    And yes, the JDL still exists. Here is the still active website of the Canadian version of the JDL. Notice the clenched fist symbol on the opening page.

    Until recently, the North American JDL was led by this guy:

    • Thanks: anarchyst
  85. eah says:

    You just repeated the same argument I understood before — and rejected — I don’t get it.

    I know the story behind the statue; the point is, DeSantis endorsed, even embraced, the decision — I know Obama is a hypocrite, a stuffed shirt — I know what the ‘dems’ have done, and can imagine what they are likely to do in the future.

    No, the ‘affairs of Arabs and Israelis’ are not my ‘only concern’ — in fact, I don’t give a damn about Israel or the Arabs, per se — my concern is American politicians who show excessive deference to Israel and Jews — I thought I made that clear.

    Taxes in other western nations are higher than in the US; in many cases, a LOT higher — rather than being ‘taxed into penury’, Americans have been turned into debt slaves: later this decade, interest on the debt will surpass defense spending to become the second largest federal budget item — empires usually have slaves, right?

    Check which party has controlled Congress and occupied the White House the majority of the time since 1980 — why should I give those people another chance? — go ahead, ‘vote harder’ for the chamber of commerce, as long as they come legally party.

    • Disagree: Rich
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  86. Does the President have the power to grant pardons for offences committed in Washington D.C.?

    I would suspect that he doesn’t.

  87. @Achmed E. Newman

    Thanks, Achmed.

    Our rulers need to do something about the lack of domestic bananas.

  88. @Alden

    Flattery will get you everywhere. Thanks again.

  89. eah says:

    linkUltimately, conservatism has failed to conserve anything and there’s not much use in debating conservative policies because conservatism will not exist in any meaningful sense in this country after the current crop of Fox News viewers die. Populist nationalism is the future.

  90. @nosquat loquat

    You’re too metaphysical for me. I thought I called blm thugs black supremacists.

    As for “neo-fascist” or “proto-fascist,” who are you, Jonah Goldberg? I never speak of leftists as “fascists.” Nothing could be less accurate than calling leftists “fascists.”

    • Replies: @David In TN
  91. eah says:

    He did go along with the law, but I’m not sure if he could have legally stopped the statue replacement.

    I see, you’re ‘not sure’ — well, let’s think about that for a minute.

    Note it was a law, passed and then signed by a Republican (LOL) governor.

    Wikipedia/Florida Legislature

    Per Wikipedia (I assume the info there is accurate), the FL legislature is bicameral, consisting of a Senate and House of Representatives — currently, Republicans outnumber Democrats in the Florida Senate 24 – 16, and in the Florida House of Representatives 77 – 42 — obviously, those are clear majorities, albeit not veto proof since FL is a 2/3 override state (link), but that would not have been an issue; presumably DeSantis would have signed any such legislation.

    Simple question: Why didn’t a Republican in the FL legislature, perhaps an ally or friend of DeSantis, introduce another piece of legislation voiding the previous one which called for removal and replacement of the statue? — with such large Republican majorities, it should have passed easily, right?

    And it’s worth noting that during the session when the law to remove/replace the statue was passed (and signed by a Republican governor), Republicans in FL also held clear majorities in both chambers.

    You are either naive or disingenuous.

    People like you who refuse to hold Republicans accountable, or insist the party have any real ideological standards, are part of the problem.

    But go ahead, ‘vote harder’ for Republicans.

    • Replies: @Rich
  92. Rich says:

    Okay, I guess you want to continue the discussion. Yes, the repubs should have voted again and stopped the statue switch. I agree. However, if that “bicameral” legislature was controlled by the dems they would be passing reparation laws, raising taxes, forcing homosexuality and transgenderism into the schools. Affirmative action would be even worse and crime would be going through the roof as sentences were reduced and bail removed. Sometimes you have to go with the better devil. That’s the way the world works.

  93. @Nicholas Stix

    The word “fascist” is a catch-all term of scorn for whoever you dislike. For 30 years Communists have been called “fascists.”

    During the Duke Lacrosse Hoax I sometimes posted at the Lie Stoppers Forum. One time William Anderson who wrote many good articles denouncing the persecution of the Duke players, made a post calling the various leftist academics, columnists, etc “fascists.”

    I posted a reply pointing out they were left-wingers and asked Anderson why didn’t he call them “communists,” which was closer to, if not actually what they actually were. He replied something to the effect, “That’s what you have to call them because people understand the term.”

    IMO it was a weak reply by a man who was usually pretty direct.

    • Agree: Nicholas Stix
  94. Corrupt Federal Judge Violates President Trump’s Lawyer-Client Privilege, in Attempt to Railroad Him into Prison, as Part of 1/6 Anti-Trump Conspiracy

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