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As an American observing Wednesday’s “mostly peaceful” protest at the Capitol from abroad, I admit I was taken by surprise. Foreign acquaintances had been asking me for months if anything dramatic would happen in relation to the election. While I was sure that a Trump victory would have led to BLM and Antifa violence on a scale we had never seen before, I assured everyone that in the event of a Biden win, discontent would be limited to the “proper political channels” and social media — not that I was happy about that, but that was my impression. But some friends back home had told me not to underestimate the anger that was brewing on the populist Right, and I realized I should have listened to them as I watched the incredible images on my screen.

It’s still too early for anyone to say what this event will mean in the long run. Perhaps it will lead to a crackdown on the Right that will equal or dwarf what happened in the wake of Charlottesville. Perhaps it will lead to the birth of a genuine national populist movement in the US. Perhaps it’s just a flash in the pan that will ultimately mean nothing. I’m quite certain it wasn’t the death knell of the American Empire. But I’m sure I speak for many people reading this when I say that it gave me a lot of pleasure to see it happening. If nothing else, for one brief, shining moment, the white working class took center stage in American politics and brought the grinding engines of the Washington machine to a halt.

Part of the difficulty in evaluating what happened is that it’s unclear who exactly was behind it. From all appearances, however, it wasn’t planned in advance. Unlike what his many detractors are saying, it’s not at all apparent that President Trump encouraged the crowd to occupy the Capitol; there is most definitely no hint of a call to violence in the speech that he gave beforehand. Also, the speed with which he condemned the occupation and agreed to concede the election the following day would seem to belie the theory that the event was part of an overall plan for a pro-Trump coup.

Rather, it seems to have been a spur-of-the-moment decision by the crowd to escalate a mere protest to an occupation, inspired by their anger at a system that consistently ignores and rebukes them. Thus, there isn’t any particular group or organization with discernible goals that we can identify as being at the center of it; presumably, there were just as many reasons for people to go into the Capitol that day as there were people who were there. We can safely assume that the people who participated were a ragtag group of Trumpists, populists, Right-wingers, QAnon believers, and other political non-conformists who oppose the prospect of a Biden presidency. They certainly didn’t seem to have any specific objective in mind, either, or if they did it wasn’t apparent from the outside.

I think for most of us who were watching, we simply had an overwhelming feeling of Schadenfreude — seeing the political elite that’s been selling us down the river and making our lives hell for decades for once the ones cowering in fear. This was most especially true of the Democrats, who got a taste of their own medicine after endlessly excusing and justifying BLM and Antifa violence over the past four years. Only a few weeks before, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez had tweeted an ill-timed message justifying protests, writing, “The thing that critics of activists don’t get is that they tried playing the ‘polite language’ policy game and all it did was make them easier to ignore . . . The whole point of protesting is to make people uncomfortable. Activists take that discomfort with the status quo and advocate for concrete policy changes. Popular support often starts small and grows. To folks who complain protest demands make others uncomfortable . . . that’s the point.” On this, we can agree with her.

But for me, I was no less happy to see the Republicans on the run. After all, it is they who have been stoking the anger and resentment of populist Americans, secure in their belief that they had conjured a monster they completely controlled and that they could endlessly exploit for their own purposes no matter what they did. Well, that monster turned around and bit them on their fleeing asses on Wednesday. The “people,” whom they love to claim they represent, went from being an ideological abstraction to an angry mob after they felt cheated and decided to take matters into their own hands. It’s important to remember that, according to reports, what first inspired the protesters to descend on the Capitol was when word reached them that Pence had refused to challenge the certification of the Electoral College result. They weren’t just angry at the Democrats; they were angry at the whole lot of them.

Just as among conservatives, there are those on the Dissident Right who see this event as a tragedy, primarily because they believe that this protest has discredited the populist movement. To such people, I can only respond: What were you getting out of being well-behaved? It was already clear before the Capitol occupation that no real attempt was being made to win justice regarding the election results. Those Republicans who have backed Trump in his efforts to challenge Biden’s alleged victory have, for the most part, only done so because they want to be able to tell their Trump-loving supporters that they did their best, but that, in the end, the Democrats cheated them. I’m quite sure that they’ve known for weeks that they had already done all they could do through legal procedures; what they’ve been doing in the meantime was merely theater for their constituents. None of them really wanted to challenge the establishment; they are the establishment. So, from our point of view, what is there to be gained by backing a lost cause? A lost cause that, moreover, didn’t offer much to us to begin with, given that every Dissident Rightist has been deeply disappointed in the Trump administration? Sure, a Trump win was preferable to a Biden win from our perspective, but it’s hardly worth quietly and passively going down with the ship for him.

Of course, even before the Capitol had been cleared, I started seeing the conspiracy theorists coming out of the woodwork to claim that this was yet another “false flag” event, just like every other historical event to have occurred over the past 70 years. The main support for this claim that I’ve seen is that it has been asserted that known Antifa members have been identified in the crowd that occupied the Capitol. Even if this is true, I don’t see what difference this makes. People in Antifa are known to be attracted to violence and chaos, so it’s hardly surprising that a few of them may have shown up to take part.

But as the mainstream media has already made clear, several of the people who occupied the Capitol were known figures on the populist Right. Ashli Babbit, the woman who was tragically killed by Capitol police, was a 14-year veteran of the US Air Force who had been posting pro-Trump videos to social media for years — not exactly your average Antifa thug. Therefore, to accept this theory one would have to believe that either all of the thousands of people who occupied the Capitol were undercover Antifa agents, which clearly isn’t the case; or that the ordinary citizens who were there were all duped by a small number of Antifa infiltrators into doing things that they wouldn’t otherwise have done. Besides being implausible, that doesn’t speak very highly of the intelligence of those who participated.

Moreover, if we are to believe that the entire event was orchestrated by Antifa organizations, it would mean that Antifa had decided to undermine the christening of Joe Biden as the next President — a goal which their paymasters such as George Soros and others have been working hard to achieve for the past year.

Others claim that the Deep State was behind it all. This again presents the improbable pictures of the crowd either consisting entirely of Deep State agents, or of a handful of agents tricking thousands of ordinary people into doing something that they wouldn’t otherwise. Even putting this aside, however, it requires one to believe that the Deep State was willing to present the embarrassing spectacle of the seat of American government being taken down by a ragtag army of unarmed citizens to the entire world.

As a side note, I’ve been wondering how the Capitol — which I’m sure most Americans, including myself, imagined to be an impregnable fortress — fell so easily to an unarmed crowd. Is affirmative action taking its toll? This certainly hasn’t done any favors for the American government’s standing in the eyes of other nations and America’s adversaries in particular. Thus it seems improbable to me that the Deep State was willing to sacrifice the sense of American invulnerability it projects across the globe simply in order to discredit the populist movement when there are many other, less self-harming methods it could use instead.

Yet others on the Dissident Right seem to hold the Capitol occupiers in disdain because of their appearance, or because they don’t want to make common cause with MAGA rubes from Middle America. Admittedly, some of them were dressed as if for Halloween — but this also isn’t unprecedented in American history. Many of the colonists who participated in the Boston Tea Party dressed in Mohawk warrior garb in order to hide their identities and assert their identification with America over Britain.

There’s no accounting for others’ tastes, but regardless, these are the people who will form the backbone of any national populist movement; if you hold them in disdain, then you are putting yourself outside the realm of being able to do practical politics. Even more to the point, these were the people who were actually on the streets doing something as opposed to sitting at home and watching it on TV and social media. They may not tick all the ideological boxes that we would like, but in the final analysis, these are the people who will determine America’s fate, one way or the other.

For me, the Capitol occupation was a spontaneous and dramatic expression of the white working class’ frustration with the Washington establishment and an indication that they won’t tolerate a return to business as usual. The Democrats — and more than a few Republicans — blocked and worked against Trump’s agenda from the day he took office. Stealing the election was merely the final prong in their assault on him and on the wishes of ordinary Americans. If Washington doesn’t begin to take populist demands seriously, violence is inevitable.

Additionally, the occupation was a show of strength; it showed what a crowd of angry white Right-wingers — usually regarded as well-behaved and docile, which has always been one of the failings of our people — can do when they decide to take action. The Swamp had better take notice of this, not only in order to win elections but to defuse the pressure cooker in Middle America that led to Wednesday’s explosion of violence in the first place. This means they have to stop attributing the fact that working-class whites aren’t on board with their agenda to the influence of scapegoats like Trump or conspiracy theories and instead finally recognize that our nation’s yeomanry have legitimate grievances that won’t go away just because Trump does.

For its part, the American Left, which now has Biden as its figurehead, really has no moral authority whatsoever to condemn the Capitol occupation given that they’ve been bending over backward to excuse the violence of BLM and Antifa for years now. Remember “punch a Nazi”?

Not that these are in any way comparable to what happened in the Capitol; BLM and Antifa violence has resulted in dozens of deaths, rapes, other violence, and untold billions in property damage across the United States. The Capitol protesters, by contrast, were mostly peaceful and caused very little serious damage (if there had been extensive damage it seems unlikely the House would have been able to reconvene so quickly). Most importantly, they were not attacking innocent bystanders’ private property. There also doesn’t seem to have been much looting apart from a few items taken as pranks; compare this to the scenes we witnessed from Minneapolis last spring, when we saw black rioters stripping entire shopping centers down to their frames.

The Left, of course, will never accept this logic; for them, the occupation was the next Charlottesville, if not the next 9/11 — but we have to never cease from reminding them of their hypocrisy. In looking at the photos of politicians scurrying for cover as the protesters began to break into the House chamber, I was reminded of the mockery that Trump took from Democratic politicians back in May when word got out that he had been briefly sent to the emergency bunker beneath the White House after it had been besieged by BLM rioters. There’s also a delicious irony in the fact that some of the politicians who have been calling for police departments to be defunded were hiding behind these very same police when their constituents came calling.

The tragic part of the day was Ashli Babbit’s death at the hands of a Capitol police officer. Several videos of the shooting have been released, and it’s not clear from any of them what Ms. Babbit did that warranted her death. Certainly, the officer who fired the shot must be called to account. I imagine that the Left and the false Right will attempt to turn her into the new Heather Heyer, placing the blame on Trump and the populist Right rather than on their own security personnel, where it belongs. While we must mourn her death, national populists should cast her as a martyr for the cause — something which, given her dedication to Trump, would surely be worthy of her. Three others died during the occupation, although we have been told that these were the result of “medical emergencies” — it’s not apparent from the reports so far that their deaths had any direct connection to what happened at the Capitol, however.

One thing is certain: While real-world demonstrations are important, America will not undergo real change through building occupations alone. If we’re lucky, a real populist movement — independent of the Republican party — might catch fire and spread as a result of the spark provided by the Capitol protest. Only time will tell.

Perhaps the best thing to come out of it is the fact that American populism is now forever divorced from Trump. Realizing that not only his political but also his personal future might be in jeopardy, Trump was quick to concede the election and promise a peaceful transition of power — showing that when things get tough, it’s his own hide that he’s thinking of. We can thank Trump for what he did to get the ball of American populism rolling over the past few years, but what the Capitol occupation shows above all is that the populist current has grown beyond the ability of Trumpism to contain and channel it.

We need a new movement and better leaders who are more responsive to what ordinary American people really want, more articulate at making the case for populism, and better at making it happen. Trump may continue to play a role as a symbol, but the time has come to say goodbye to him as the leader of the movement and to embrace “Trumpism without Trump.”

Ignore the naysayers. America wasn’t founded by well-behaved protesters who complained through the proper channels and were careful to never do anything illegal. Events like what happened at the Capitol are part of our heritage. “The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants,” as Thomas Jefferson told us. “It is its natural manure.” The first blood has now been spilled.

More blood is unavoidable unless true populists are allowed into the Capitol via the political process rather than battering rams.

On Wednesday, the world heard the voice of American populism. It wasn’t Trump’s voice; it was that of the American people. And perhaps, just perhaps, the people are beginning to rule. This isn’t about Trump anymore — it didn’t start with Trump and it certainly won’t end with him. As for myself, all I can say is that, for the first time in a while, on that day I actually felt proud to be an American.

(Republished from Counter-Currents Publishing by permission of author or representative)
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  1. BCB232 says:

    Why didn’t the people who stormed the capital wear masks? It would be a lot harder to identify them. THey could learn and thing or two from Antifa/BLM.

    • Agree: Realist
  2. Mostly some good and correct points in this article. Yes, Antifa was there, and Capital police expected them. Yes, Washington’s corrupt Capital police also did welcome surprised Trump supporters into the building and even to the area where Ashli was assassinated. How do you think there were no less than 5 videos of the murder from 4 angles? Trump supporters were flabbergasted, nonviolent and wondering for the most part how they got so far.

    But the END RESULT was a bizarre attempt to REMOVE TRUMP IMMEDIATELY – by any means (25th or impeach – neither will succeed). Do you really think that end result is the product of chance or circumstance? Do you really think Pelosi is foaming at the teeth because she truly believes Trump is ready to enter the launch codes (give me a break)?

    In point of fact, because the civilized legal process has been completely exhausted, we now reach the military option, as in executive order on foreign interference in US elections. This means, in the end, a military tribunal convened to prosecute treason. This is the reason certain conspirators are soiling their Depends undergarments.

    But how it will end … when you have the global banking interests of “the Guardians” as a foe, with their 10 trillion in play? This is a 5th generation world war unlike any before it. Humanity is at stake.

  3. anonymous[342] • Disclaimer says:

    Congress hasn’t had any clothes for years. It was difficult to imagine anything that could make Americans despise congress more. But look at this.

    (You need Tor Browser Bundle to see it, and if you don’t have it, Why the fuck not?)

    Physically cowering in fear of the people they’ve fucked for all these years.

    This is the single most compelling evidence for CIA LIHOP. This quirky peasant uprising and its public happiness scared congress much more than CIA’s anthrax attacks. Now congress will do what they’re told, take their AIPAC bribes and hide behind high walls.

    It’s the USA that has no clothes. There is nothing of the US worth preserving. Shitcan it all. Make the beltway a sinkhole of molten basalt with a 50 MT airburst.

  4. surly says:

    I have never hoped for anything more in my life.

  5. Congress has no clothes because it’s the best little whorehouse in America.

    By the way, Twitter banning Trump is a great thing. Mass purge is actually better for us.

    The problem with limited purges was that most cons and patriots still stuck with Big Tech because there was still enough freedom and conservative material available. But when Big Tech goes whole hog and censors so many people, it will force a Techession(tech-secession or techxodus) among millions and millions of people, and this will make Alt Tech far more viable. Indeed, Alt Tech can turn into counter-tech and the Big Other Tech.

    People who were too lazy to get off their butts and join Alt Tech will now have no choice.

    Big Tech could maintain monopoly as long as they just banned people like Alex Jones. But when they ban the president and so many of his followers, they are forcing the creation of the Big Other Tech, and that will end the monopoly.

    That can be truly awesome.

  6. @anonymous

    It’s the USA that has no clothes. There is nothing of the US worth preserving. Shitcan it all. Make the beltway a sinkhole of molten basalt with a 50 MT airburst.

    That must be the pussy ass, whitebread indoctrinated Leftoid bitch in you talking, boy.

    • Replies: @HeebHunter
    , @Anonymous
  7. Digital separation en route to political and physical separation.

  8. I suggest that Jan 6 Event be called the Deep State Demolition or DSD in honor of Steve Dahl.


    Indeed, it should be a populist holiday to be celebrated every year. Every Jan 6, return to DC to do DSD.

    • Replies: @Tony Schnee
  9. Anonymous[263] • Disclaimer says:

    The people’s anger is real. Trump is a false prophet. He’s nothing but a Jew loving blowhard, a con man with a below average IQ. He campaigned on draining the swamp but staffed his entire cabinet with nothing but swamp creatures, because he *is* the swamp. He’s just been cast aside because the puppet masters have found an even more corrupt puppet that they can extort. The patriots who have been protesting the election deserve someone better, a real deal like Kris Kobach.

    This election exposes just how corrupt this country has become, from top to bottom, not just the Executive branch and the legislative branch, but even the judiciary branch is now completely corrupt from the very top, the Chief Justice of SCOTUS. Jews now have firm control on every institution of import in this country, from Wall Street to Hollywood, DC to SV and everywhere in between, media, academia, publishing industry, healthcare, everything. Patriots now have our backs against the Wall. There’s no place else to turn to. We either fight our way out or die.

    The Roman empire lasted 1,000 years, from 500BC to 500AD. In the first half, Rome was ruled by elected emperors, and in the second half, by unelected emperors. Rome ruled for 500 years, peaked for 200, and fell for 300 years. It was a long, slow death. America was on the ascendance for 300 years, peaked for 50 years (1945-1995), and has been on a decline the last 25 years. The next 75 will be a long, slow, increasingly painful death as we eventually get swallowed whole by huns and visigoths.

    • Troll: Lee
  10. Really???????
    It is time for Trump to shut up already!!!!!!

  11. Garliv says:

    “But the END RESULT was a bizarre attempt to REMOVE TRUMP IMMEDIATELY – by any means (25th or impeach – neither will succeed). Do you really think that end result is the product of chance or circumstance? Do you really think Pelosi is foaming at the teeth because she truly believes Trump is ready to enter the launch codes (give me a break)?”

    Strange they are unable to wait for less than two weeks for inauguration. These people are truly evil. It’s like what did Trump ever do to them that is so personal?

  12. Dan Hayes says:

    What struck me was the behavior of most of the House’s invaders: they for the most were pranksters. For them it was Halloween; not the storming of the Bastille!

    • Agree: Bardon Kaldian
    • Replies: @cranc
    , @Ugetit
  13. Were I an investor I’d be buying up stocks in private security firms. Just today I viewed a video of that hideous old quean, Lindsay Graham plodding and plunging through an airport passageway on the way (presumably) to his home in South Carolina. All the way he was being harassed, shouted at and called a “traitor” for his RINO collusion in the takedown of the Trumpster.

    Then there is the case of Mike Pence. After his refusal to call the question on the Constitutional approach to denying any confirmation of electors from either party, making way for either a compromise (as was reached in a similar kerfuffle in the 1876 showdown between Democrat Samuel Tilden and Republican Rutherfraud Hayes) or to call for new elections in the challenged and conflicted swing states; Pence has been broadly excoriated as a traitor who weaseled his way out of supporting the president’s back-up plan.

    Next, we fast-forward to those photos of Congressional prostiticians cowering behind their seats as the “deplorables” streamed into the sacred chambers of the people’s house. A lot of guilty consciences in that zoo. They well know they either sold out for hefty campaign contributions and money under the table or are being blackmailed through the workings of Epstein, Maxwell and Wexner on behalf I\$rael’s Mo\$\$ad or maybe a dozen other intel agencies, most specifically Britain’s MI-6 and the shot-callers (think 11-22-63 in Dallas) who rule through other deep state organs, the CIA.

    Private security agencies will be getting a.lot of calls from terrified prostiticians and many others who have been working for the enemies of WE THE PEOPLE. Consider those talking heads on boobtoob noose who are paid handsomely for constant repetition of a false reality paradigm which has entrapped all those suburban soccer moms who were mind-controlled into voting for the Kamala’s Foote/Biden ticket. Awakeners by the millions have been curing themselves of the boobtoob noose habit. Do you think the teevee presenters are sleeping peacefully these days and soon about to enjoy high times at fancy resorts and pricey restaurants?

    How about professors and other academics who get the call to appear as talking-heads on PB\$ and spread erudite sounding barf and garbage as fast as they spread their legs for all those shekels and the public recognition?

    Are gated communities with patrolling guards and cameras galore, places where powerful movers and shakers tend to live…will those havens (or those high-rise apartment suites surrounding Central Park—or placid neighborhoods in Georgetown or Bel-Air–) likely to feel safe from now on?

    Private Security services. That’s where I’d invest. The “Deplorables” are pissed off at the stolen election and even more so at the political duopoly constituting government of the prostiticians, by the deep \$tate bureaucratic Administrators and for the plutocratic oligarchs.

    As of January 6th, 2021 the status of our country devolved into a totally ruptured republic. Democracy? Fuggidaboutit.

  14. TKK says:

    When I downloaded Tor, I didn’t understand how to find anything.

  15. anon[210] • Disclaimer says:

    Inviting Jews into your country is like inviting the mafia to be your business partner, like this scene in Goodfellas:

    Eventually they rob you blind then burn the place down. It’s how these people work, first to Germany, then the USSR, now USA, UK and the rest of the Anglosphere. We need to put them on a ship and send them off somewhere, like Spain did, sending them off to the Netherlands.

    Let’s do it in style and put them on a spaceship to Mars.

    • Replies: @Miville
  16. About 95% of the US media, and about 70% of US  politicians are corrupt deep-state globalists (which makes them implicitly treasonous).  The source of their deep-state globalist power is central banking, usury, and enslaving us goyim with debt and “the love of money”. The last president who was not a treasonous globalist was Reagan (although most of his cabinet were globalists including VP Bush). President Trump has been constantly under attack by this deep-state globalist cult because he is not an obedient member of their club and has been irreverently exposing their hand.  

    Nothing will change: the US and the rest of the western civilization will eventually  succumb to this cancerous globalist corruption unless the cancer is removed.   This is not about politics: it’s about removing the cancerous corruption before the cancer destroys its host.

    Thank God President Trump has exposed their hand and has got the ball rolling.  Now it is up to us: to step up and continue the populist movement that he started.

    • Agree: Niebelheim
    • Replies: @_dude
  17. The DC Trump gathering was an aimless exercise of blind rage of his misguided followers.
    Mike Lee is absolutely spot on the issue:

  18. @BCB232

    I’m glad they didn’t. While the guys in the most striking viral photos will unfortunately serve lengthy prison terms, the lack of masks ultimately helps their cause. The festive, free-wheeling vibe in the photos of the maskless MAGA mob undercuts the Establishment narrative about them. These guys really don’t look the least bit scary– the lack of masks really shows an almost astonishing naivete about the vindictiveness of the power they’re up against. This makes them more sympathetic. Masks would make it much more easy to villainize them as “terrorists”.

    • Agree: El Dato
    • Replies: @Realist
  19. What is a more shameful day in the history of Congress?

    When a patriotic mob stood up to the crooked politicians approving a fraudulent election?


    When elected representatives bowed to a foreign leader of a terrorist nation, Israel?

    People standing up to politicians is more inspiring than politicians committing treason by prioritizing the supremacist ambitions of another nation and tribe.

    Of course, the irony is that Trump, though the chosen leader of the patriots, was a top-contender with Pelosi is licking Netanyahu’s anus.

    America, united most in whoredom to Jews. And these congress creatures talk about ‘terrorism’ and ‘treason’. What a shameless bunch.

    But then, Jews control the gods.

    • Replies: @JWalters
  20. Beautiful take.

    This truly is the end of the Banana Empire. I say “God bless Trump” only because he set into motion the end of this tyranny; like Kerensky he was largely clueless as to the extent of the rot.

    This is the beginning of the end. Best case scenario the United States returns to democracy.

    • Agree: TJH14
    • Replies: @Craig Nelsen
  21. A guy on Baked Alaska’s livestream the night before was saying the plan was to rush the Capitol. It was not a spontaneous event. Same guy was then front and center at the first barrier breach, tall guy with grey backpack.

  22. No matter what the cause, there was evidence of agents provocateurs present who inflamed the violence, and the reaction, calling those who opposed the regime candidate “terrorists” is going to lead to more serious unrest, particularly if as appears likely, kangaroo courts begin rounding up people for trial. The thing is, close to a majority already suspect that the fix was in in November, and the fact the same methods of fraud were successfully employed in Georgia’s senate races inflamed the anger. Proof of agents provocateurs is abundant. Even the guy dressed up in a viking suit whose photograph is run with the article apparently was an antifa figure.

    Since the regime’s coordinated reaction is attempting to turn this into a sort of Reichstag fire to eliminate opposition to a consolidated deep state fascist regime, we are in for turbulent times. I suspect the tacticians, despite what the author says, actually are hoping for a serious response before the opposition can effectively organize, and the regime operatives are too arrogant to care about the economic consequences, and the likelihood that the numerous vassal states may use the instability as a means of securing a greater degree of independence from the yankee imperium.

    • Replies: @Catdog
  23. @BCB232

    Why didn’t the people who stormed the capital wear masks? It would be a lot harder to identify them. THey could learn and thing or two from Antifa/BLM.

    Are you seriously asking why people dedicated to freedom and who are sick and tired of oppression weren’t wearing masks? And do you really think that most of them care whether or not anyone recognizes them?

    ANTIFA and BLM are cowards. Why would patriots want to “learn” anything from them? Why would they want any comparison to them at all?

    Get a clue.

    • Replies: @Realist
  24. Anonymous[358] • Disclaimer says:

    (You need Tor Browser Bundle to see it, and if you don’t have it, Why the fuck not?)

    I find “Because you’re a pussy” suffices in most situations.

  25. @anonymous

    This anonymous poster here is promoting the allegedly-anonymous ‘TOR’ browser … which was developed by CIA-tied spooks at the US Naval Research & DARPA Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency … NSA and CIA apparently can track through TOR, and TOR users have ended up in prison … Here’s Rabbi Rob Thomas with Lauren Thomas, from the TOR board of directors, showing off a ‘TOR – Torah’ scroll


    • Agree: Alfred
    • Replies: @Mr. X.
  26. This is all pretty mild stuff. Useful to see that Washington is not so different to Kiev.

    With the Biden presidency you can certainly add the USA to the list of countries ruled by governments put in place by colour revolutions

    The best way for Trumps place in history to be magnified and consolidated would be for them to imprison him and take away all of his assets (he’d become like a mini Jesus), though I am guessing this is the only reason he has not been assassinated, yet.

    hip, hip, hooray (x3) for the alleged rioters

  27. @anonymous

    …Tor Browser Bundle to see it, and if you don’t have it, Why…

    Because Tor is a compromised piece of spyware and you are too conditioned to bother reading the many, many reports of its actual uselessness to protect you and your data?
    …and inciting violence on a public forum is exactly what the people who turned a march into a riot want from you, self-implication as a Enemy of State. And anti-Semitic too! Ooh, boy, are you ever the poster boy for the failed ‘revolution’.
    That women that got shot? Can you understand why, exactly, it was (someone like) her, and not, say, some fat lesbian slob with purple armpits?
    Sometimes, I get overcome by delusions of prophesy…

  28. 9nope9 says:

    The images that arise from this event will remain iconic. It possibly was a shaperoned event, but the plan, that anger would be wide-spread and destruction abundant did not materialize. This is evident in the bizarre, concocted, pre-written M5M media reports. It was a trap, but it backfired. I for one likely would have ransacked the place. I must admit I am impressed with their disinterest in marauding. It was an important event, cherish its iconic imagery, for darkness, subversion and false flags will take our guns away and reduce the flame of patriotism to pilot size soon.

  29. Hi, John Morgan — Thank you so much for such an insightful piece! It is by far the best I’ve read so far on the Capitol Hill Protesters. You say you wrote this from abroad? Wow, I was there as a neutral observer within the MAGA crowds, and you have insightfully described from a distance most all of what I thought and felt as an eyewitness. Your analogy to the Boston Tea Party is especially apt, as is your quotation of Jefferson on the blood of patriots and tyrants. Most of all, I think your understanding of populism is profound! Can I be in touch with you? I am writing an essay for Naked Capitalism on this same topic. — John Siman — [email protected]

    • Replies: @dearieme
  30. gotmituns says:

    That was all a bunch of malarkey. If they’d been serious people, they would have done what those Puerto Ricans did back in the 1950s, gone in there with guns blazing. That’s another thing, why didn’t they set the lousy place on fire?

    • Replies: @lloyd
  31. I know spooks and mercs when I see them. That’s what broke the windows and climbed in the other night. Helmets, regulation Antifa shoulder pads, wearing black, the helmets, the works. They think we’re idiots. The timing of the chaos, right when objections were beginning is simply precious. And as usual, in their hubris, instead of de-escalating, the Dems are now to ‘impeach’ Trump and scorch the earth under Republicans’ and MAGA’s feet. This will lead to tit-for-tat Timothy McVeigh types coming out of the woodwork or worse, shooting incidents by right-wing psychos or even more false-flags.

    In the current environment, barring everyone cooling off, anything can happen. This is very, very bad. Well, to Pelosi it’s good.

  32. DrWatson says:

    Why don’t you tell us what is in the picture? I am reluctant to install anything TOR as this is a work computer I am using.

    • Replies: @onetwothree
  33. Anonymous[661] • Disclaimer says:

    I’ve seen at least two videos of the Capitol police opening steel fences at one point and doors at another point only two stand aside and calmly allow protesters to pour in. Looked more like an invitation than an invasion. Obviously they had orders to stand back at those points.

    What a wonderful moment to see all the Congressional rabble hitting the decks.

    Next time the protesters should bring a guillotine!

    • Replies: @Catdog
  34. @Roacheforque

    If he’s out in 11 days anyway, why the push to impeach? Pure spite?

    • Replies: @frankie p
    , @Lee
  35. Ugetit says:

    …if anything dramatic would happen…

    Key word, there, “dramatic.” And it apparently makes no difference how corny it is (goofball with the horns and even Trump himself) or how idiotic, (the masked moron response to COVID and installing senile Joe on the throne).

    Drama is a force that gives empty heads meaning, or at least a bit of entertainment while our owners mock and manipulate us at their adolescent pleasure.

    Enjoy the carnival and carry on.

    • Replies: @Carroll Price
  36. @Priss Factor

    “Techession (tech-secession or techxodus) ”


    • Agree: Roacheforque
  37. Schuetze says:

    Benghazied. That is what happened to the US on January 6. CIA mind control weapons were deployed on the Trump march, just like in Benghazi in 2011, in Tahrir square in Cairo in 2011, in Damascus in 2012, on Maidan Square in Kiev in 2014, and now in DC on January 6.

    ‘Heat Ray’ And ‘The Voice Of God’: My Experience With The Nonlethal Weapons Eyed For Use In D.C. Protests

    There is strong evidence that the Iraqi army folded so quickly in 2003 because of “The Voice of God”. We know that Victoria Nuland (Biden’s new assistant secretary of State) and Ambassador Piatt were giving out “cookies” on Maidan when the protests turned violent, and that was 7 years ago. What have they developed in the interim? Trump and many of his staff likely were infected with “Covid” by microdrones at the Rose Garden inauguration of SCOTUS judge Amy Barret.

    “Of course, even before the Capitol had been cleared, I started seeing the conspiracy theorists coming out of the woodwork to claim that this was yet another “false flag” event,”

    So now John Morgan decides it is time to spread conspiracy theorist conspiracy theories. I am just as disgusted with this drivel coming out of these “conservatives” as I am of Antifa and BLM getting away with hijacking protests by the whites. Really, the first questions Mr. Morgan should answer before anyone bothers to listen to his opinion is: a) How many gorillion jews were gassed during the holocaust. b) Who murdered J.F. Kennedy, b) How did 3 buildings get blown apart by 2 jets on 9/11/2001. If he can’t answer those 3 questions with plausible answers, then likely he is just another mask wearing zombie.

    For 4 years we have been witnessing a low level judaic civil war between (((the CIA))) and (((Trump))). The vast majority of US Persons have no clue what has been going on because they have been subjected to MKUltra mind control ever since before the Korean War. This is no “conspiracy theory”, just read up on the Church commission. Almost 50 years have passed, and we can be certain that the technology has improved dramatically. Not only are there better, stronger drugs, there are nanoparticles, extensive atmospheric spraying, 5G, microwave technology and much much more.

    • LOL: Catdog
    • Replies: @Majority of One
  38. GMC says:

    I would have enjoyed it more – had 2 million armed Iraqis, Afghanis, Syrians, Libyans, Yemenis, Ukrainians, and others , that have had their countries wasted by the USA , storm the Capital and get even with those that voted and supported those murderous invasions.

    • Agree: Mustapha Mond
  39. frankie p says:
    @Craig Nelsen

    Fear of a follow up into the brazen steal.

    The zeal to force Trump to concede the election led to this. They fully realize that any legitimate investigation into the election fraud will spell the end. Leave or be impeached, and it seems to have been successful, as Trump has now stated that he will leave.

  40. Alfred says:
    @Priss Factor

    they are forcing the creation of the Big Other Tech, and that will end the monopoly

    I have always wondered why they had no real competition. A website like FartBook or Teaser are so easy to program. I mean, the prototype is already out there. No need to reinvent the wheel.

    Twitter has also kindly provided Bootstrap for anyone to use – it makes the same website function on PC’s and mobiles with small screens.

    Bootstrap, from Twitter

    There are also improvements to this Bootstrap. Personally, I use

    MD Bootstrap

    It has a lot of tools that make things like uploading photos simpler.

  41. Lee says:
    @Craig Nelsen

    CN said:

    If he’s out in 11 days anyway, why the push to impeach? Pure spite?

    It has been suggested that if the Dems could get DT impeached before his time is up then they could attach legislation to his verdict stating that he could never run for any office again.

    Some on the Left are terrified that he will come back in 2024 and the same 75M Maga people will be waiting to sweep him back in office.

    IMO in 2024 KH as Prez is a sure thing—-people will be shamed into voting for her to avoid being called a racist AND a sexist.

  42. Realizing that not only his political but also his personal future might be in jeopardy, Trump was quick to concede the election and promise a peaceful transition of power — showing that when things get tough, it’s his own hide that he’s thinking of.

    “Trump was quick to concede the election” — That’s the part I somehow missed hearing over here in central Europe, perhaps because not all the relevant news is reported here. Would the author quote the words the president used to do that?

    Conceding the election, as I understand it, is something he could have done any time since Nov. 3, making our shadow government very happy. Since mainstream media spent the next two months loudly demanding that he “concede the election”, they must also have missed those magic words.

    Conceding the election not only acknowledges a valid election was held but also makes monkeys out of the skeptical people who voted for Trump and answered his call to rally in Washington Jan. 6. Are you saying that?

    Or does conceding a U.S. election now equate to saying the election was rigged and it looks like not a damned thing we can do about it?

  43. The final scenes of the demise of the traditional America has its roots in its ability to defend the White Christian Woman, an endangered species. Ashli Babbitt is just the latest example.

    Take Martha Stewart for example: she was sent to jail for financial infraction but the monsters of the Wall street, who committed crimes of hundreds of billions, perhaps even in trillions, didn’t serve a day in jail and before you cite Bernie Madoff, let me tell you that the only reason that Jew was put behind bars because he stole form fellow Jews (you can steal from the goyim but their “G-d” frowns on stealing from the fellow tribesmen).

    The first White Christian woman, Sandra Day O’connor was placed on the Supreme court full fifteen years after a black man and sixty five years after the first Jew.

    And the worst failure of the White Christian America was to grant the right to vote to newly freed black men full fifty three years before reluctantly granting it to its other half, the White Christian woman.

    And to this day a White Christian woman hasn’t held the office of president or vice president and yet, a black woman is slated to take the office of vice president shortly.


  44. @Majority of One

    I have a very liberal, progressive friend who is mild mannered, polite, sociable and relatively normal most of the time. But mention Trump, and he becomes, irritated, aggressive, his blood pressure rises, his voice cracks, and he becomes animated and triggered, firing off volleys of insults and accusations, as if he has been personally assaulted by Trump. He becomes unreasonable and borderline manic.

    We have all heard stories of Trump derangement syndrome, but to see a person “activated” by an ongoing media psyop is very disconcerting. Like lab rats in an experiment. That kind of control and manipulation is unhealthy – just look at the fear and panic all around you over a fairly aggressive flu virus.

    Creating fear, panic, hate, anxiety and despair seems to be what the media and politicians do best. Periodic time outs (taking a break from all that) is highly recommended.

  45. @Dick French

    This is the beginning of the end. Best case scenario the United States returns to democracy.

    Me in college would be shocked to hear me now say this, but I agree with Plato that the best system would be rule by benevolent philosopher-kings (guys like Plato (and me)) who could protect the people from being led astray by, for example, banishing the poets and their “wild Lydian melodies.” But then, Athens was in turmoil when Plato wrote his Republic.

    But to rule requires power and, at its heart, power relies on violence, and it’s not certain benevolent philosopher-kings can employ violence. Rule of the majority is probably the best we can do, depending on the majority and who the poets are.

    • LOL: HeebHunter
    • Replies: @HeebHunter
  46. @Priss Factor

    Assuming the Biden Camel administration doesn’t simply ban Alt-Tech for not censoring “Russian conspiracy theories” enough, once it becomes big enough to begin to threaten the monopoly. Freedom of speech is rapidly on its way out in America, unless Trump somehow does pull off a real coup with plenty of drumhead courts martial before January 20.

    Of course, there will still be means of communicating even without the mass platforms. Those of us who post or read here will probably be able to find them. But it will be more difficult, and dissident voices won’t have the same reach as before.

    • Agree: Niebelheim
  47. @GeneralRipper

    Lol, nobody will fight alongside you to save the JewSA, coon.

    We will be laughing at your suffering in hell.

  48. @Anonymous

    Trying to emulate the Romans is exactly what fucked the entire (((west))).

    • Agree: Cthulu Smith
  49. cranc says:
    @Dan Hayes

    What struck me was the behavior of most of the House’s invaders: they for the most were pranksters. For them it was Halloween; not the storming of the Bastille!

    A fitting end to the Trump movement, seeing as there was never anything in terms of a structure to organise the political base except for a ludicrous conspiracy prank (i.e. ‘Qanon’). The whole thing has been a diversionary venture to corral dissent and neutralise it. It might ‘feel good to see patriots in the Capitol Building’ but -shorn of any genuine movement, all that really amounts to is….well…feelings.
    Real populism looks quite different surely, and so do real insurrections. There was no ‘invasion’, the security was stepped down and they opened the doors for the crowd to walk in. A spectacle to advance an agenda.

    • Thanks: Dan Hayes
  50. @Anonymous

    The patriots who have been protesting the election deserve someone better, a real deal like Kris Kobach.

    • Dolt: James Speaks

  51. @Craig Nelsen

    You are no philosopher king when you have this much doubt in your heart. You wouldn’t even qualify for philosopher, much less any side job next to it.

    The masses are dumb, period. And Athens didnt have “democracy”, it had a represntative republic. All the votings were only between, gasp, the elites and powerful of the city states. As usual. And they fell when the liberalism was getting ridiculous. As always.

    • Replies: @Craig Nelsen
  52. Moi says:

    Trump bans Muslims–no problem
    Trump hands over Jerusalem and the Golan Heights to Israel–no problem
    Trump murders Gen. Soleimani–no problem

    Trump goads on his useful idiots to take over the Capitol–impeach the bastard

    PS: the US is effed, no matter who’s in charge.
    PS: it’s now China’s turn to be #1, and lead a more peaceful world.

    • Agree: Jett Rucker
    • Replies: @A.K.Patal
  53. I must admit as an American abroad that I felt a little Schadenfreude — having watched the left burn America through the summer, it was about time the populists got a crack at it — but I had this nagging feeling this would end very unpleasantly for all; there’s an old adage that if you take a shot at the crown, you’d better not miss. That feeling was confirmed as CNN started trumpeting this as being an insurrection, which was picked up by the politicos in short order. It’s hard to dismiss out of hand that this was a false flag because the leftists almost immediately had the language and narrative and an action plan in hand to finally put the populist genie back in the bottle. Then again, maybe they’re just quick on their feet.

    If this was planned, as some above suggest, then I’m really disappointed at the lack of thought given to this. Taking the Capitol was never going to seriously result in a change of government in a country that has been practising Continuity of Government exercises for three-quarters of a century, and at best would only be a symbolic protest. Having taken the Capitol, this was never going to end well for those participating in the frolic, as we will see in the coming weeks as more average Joes and Janes are dragged into court (do you think Buffalo-boy will stand in the dock?). So why not make the best of what was going to be a shit sandwich anyway?

    Instead of walking through the halls of the Capitol, taking selfies, and then going home when “asked” to leave, they should have taken a page out of Occupy Wall Street and settled in for the long hall. The left would have shown up with pre-printed signs, some of which would have looked amateurish enough to seem authentic. Where were these guys’ signs?

    They should have filled every seat in “the Peoples’ House” with real people holding signs saying “We are the People” with a few thousand more people sitting peacefully in all the corridors and steps and waiting passively for the the police or military to carry them away. That would have taken days, if not weeks, and would have put a serious damper on the inevitable inauguration.

    Truly a missed opportunity.

    • Agree: GMC, martin_2
    • Replies: @martin_2
    , @Jett Rucker
  54. Politicians and their fellow bureaucrats have opened the door to the real barbarians; corporate fascism, influence of special interest lobbies in Congress, foreign entanglements (Israel) , endless war, unaccountable government within the ever expanding sixteen Intelligence Agencies, secrecy in place of democracy, the authority to print currency handed over to oligarchs at the Federal Reserve Board, who are, in reality a collection of banksters and financiers- not an agency of the federal government as the organizations’ name would have all of us believe.

    If there ever was a time for revolution and dissolution of a thoroughly corrupted government (for every western Occident country) the time is now.

    The corporate-fascist infection began under Ford the stumbler, he opened the door to The NeoCons followed by Reagan the Union buster who did everything he could to dismantle FDR’s social democracy programs such as the CCC (infrastructure support), the social security safety net. Reagan had a close association with the barbarism of Thatcher, she had a set of horns much larger than that, so called “insurrectionist” buffoon who’s face was plastered all over newsprint today. Chavez was correct and I add, that a waft of sulfurous odor behind Thatcher was shared by both Bushes. Strategies dedicated to endless war, endless predation(s) for dwindling resources rather than embracing a philosophy that nourishes support for human ingenuity and mutual trust between nations. Instead, adopting long range and global domination plans outlined by Admiral Cebrowski and his assistant, Thomas P. M. Barnett, who announced a new map of our world-according to the Pentagon that is. Visit Dr Henry Gaffney Jr of the CNA Corporation.

    ASIDE: This is what happens when an entire people allowed a post World War II dream to die. The Kennedy Brothers dream of a new demilitarized era, and Western European style Marshal Plan for third world countries who desired to attach themselves to the tail of our kite (voluntarily) -Rest in peace John and Robert, I’ll never let their guilt, control freakishness or rapacity to go free !

    Rusting bridges, potholed autobahns, with an emphasis on who owns them, not when maintenance or repairs will be forthcoming-by extortion no doubt. Gaunt, vitamin deficient citizenry, homelessness, epidemic drug addictions, who needs “society” haven’t you heard? Thatcher said there’s no such thing as society!

    • Thanks: Majority of One
    • Replies: @Anon
  55. Thus it seems improbable to me that the Deep State was willing to sacrifice the sense of American invulnerability it projects across the globe simply in order to discredit the populist movement when there are many other, less self-harming methods it could use instead.

    America’s aura of invulnerability has been gone since September 11th 2001. Civil airliners flown by a ragtag crew of “Islamists”, if you believe the official story, smashed into the WTC and the Pentagon. No fighter aircraft made any attempts to intercept them: they were completely unhindered in their actions. The Deep State were willing to let thousands of civilians die in order to achieve its own purposes.
    Letting a couple of hundred people occupy the Capitol building for a short period of time seems very minor in comparison.

    • Replies: @Niebelheim

    KMAC shares some observations on the rally.

    As to the aftermath, I always ask, “Who benefits?”

  57. theMann says:

    Surely one of the first rules of the exercise of Power is to scrupulously avoid demonstrating that you are a low grade coward. Now that the entire US Congress has been videoed cowering in craven fear before an unarmed crowd, whose only “crime” is to seek redress for a stolen election, there are going to be serious consequences.

    How many foreign agents, and foreign powers, are now coming to the realization “hey, these guys are bunch of pussies?” How many criminal organizations, in the USA or abroad, formerly operating with some restraint, will now be freed from any restraint? And how many citizens of the Republic, formerly circumspect to the Public Offices in our country, will now proceed to operate with complete contempt of sniveling cowards in Public Office who seek to rule us?

    The absolute lowest level of Degeneracy demonstrated by the Political Class is not in their systematic sexual degeneracy, nor their relentless and despicable Negroaltry, nor their thievery of anything they can steal, nor their relentless, pervasive, and relentless dishonesty even when they would be much better served by the truth, but precisely in their pervasive fear of everything Decent, including decent Americans.

    So here we are, in the land of the Zoo Monkey Shit-eaters, faced with the only choice that will ever have any real meaning for the rest of our lives:

    Bravery, or Cowardice?

  58. @Temporary Insanity

    The final scenes of the demise of the traditional America has its roots in its ability to defend the White Christian Woman, an endangered species. Ashli Babbitt is just the latest example.

    LOL, you must have gone Permanently Insane. She is no white Christian. She is a White Jew.

    Best regards,


    • Troll: Catdog
    • Replies: @Temporary Insanity
  59. Vaterland says:

    The Capitol happening was the greatest thing I was allowed to see since the Berlin Wall came down for which I was too young to really appreciate it.

    Problem then was, that the West had already peaked and many great hopes of those freed from rotten communism could not be fulfilled and instead met rotten capitalism and rotten “democracy”. January 6th better be the end of the beginning, or it will be the beginning of the end.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  60. Jimmy1969 says:

    Stacy Abrahams out smarted Trump and the entire Republican Conservative establishment in Georgia and it cost us the Senate and the Country for the next two years at least.

  61. Realist says:

    Masks would make it much more easy to villainize them as “terrorists”.

    It couldn’t be any easier…for the MSM…including Fox News.

  62. Realist says:

    ANTIFA and BLM are cowards. Why would patriots want to “learn” anything from them? Why would they want any comparison to them at all?

    Antifa and BLM are not in prison…patriots are…that’s the reason.

    • Replies: @Jus' Sayin'...
  63. Only partial blame can be put on Trump.
    People in upper and lover house should realize the old saying:
    You can take a horse to the lake but you can’t make him drink.
    (natives are restless and response to next provocation will carry a lot of spilled blood.)
    And make rules for election that is impossible to cheat like it happened this time.
    (Only in person voting should be permitted. and strict control implemented.)

  64. anon[276] • Disclaimer says:

    TKK 15, good for you trying it out!

    TBB works just like any other browser until you batten down the privacy hatches. When that shield on the icon bar is white, your IP is obscured but other kinds of tracking work. Click it and change to Safer or Safest and you choose which scripts you’ll permit. That’s how you stop google analytics, doubleclick, and all the other trackers that pimp you out to the fusion centers. With any setting you can get to hidden services (the so-called dark web,) which is harder to censor or spy on.

  65. On the other other side arrogance of Jews and Democrats is becoming totally unbearable.
    They must realize that people can be pushed and oppressed only so far, because than people become berserk and that will be end of Jews and Democrats.

    • Agree: Robert Dolan
    • Replies: @Robert Dolan
  66. Ugetit says:
    @Dan Hayes

    What struck me was the behavior of most of the House’s invaders: they for the most were pranksters. For them it was Halloween; not the storming of the Bastille!


    Just another PR stunt that benefits nobody except the globalists.

    • Thanks: Dan Hayes
  67. Davidoff says:

    The US have no clothes…After decades and decades of warmongering & murdering innocent people around the globe in the name of “democracy” (what a hypocritical sick joke!!!) to steal and loot other nation’s territories and resources now the true face of the USA is visible to All: the face of a horrendous tyrannical evil monster serving not the american people but the interests of a few billionnaires, master puppeteers in the dark. We knew it all along: u are not a democracy and you are not an example to anyone.

    All the contrary, you are an example of what not to be or what not to become.

    You are and always have been a kleptocracy or something worse.

    (wikypedia: Kleptocracy (from Greek κλέπτης kléptēs, “thief”, κλέπτω kléptō, “I steal”, and -κρατία -kratía from κράτος krátos, “power, rule”) is a government whose corrupt leaders (kleptocrats) use political power to appropriate the wealth of their nation, typically by embezzling or misappropriating government funds at the expense of the wider population.)

  68. anon[106] • Disclaimer says:

    Brabantian 26, paranoid goy 28, reasonable people can differ on the security of Tor, which varies a bit as it’s under continual attack by totalitarian feds like NSA. But CIA needs it to knock over independent countries, and it’s no good if only spies use it, so they have to keep it available.

    You can’t debunk Tor with McCarthy-style guilt by association or vague FUD. It’s open source. If you think it’s backdoored, show me the backdoor.

    Now, if you’ve made the decision to not use Tor, What are you going to do? Just go around with your fly unzipped so Gina can peek in? That would be idiotic. There is another, more private alternative, that hasn’t been demonized at all. Why not, one wonders? Because it’s very, very good, good enough for government work. It’s basically eliminated IP criminalization, for its users. i2p.

  69. @Garliv

    He made them look foolish

    That is all

    And for it, they have been trying to impeach him from before he even took office

  70. @Zarathustra

    This aspect puzzles me.

    As you said, the situation is intolerable.

    Are they provoking a violent reaction so they have an excuse to do mass murder on the white population?

    Very hard to process. The Jews have never had it better. White people have done everything for the small hats……we’ve handed over everything to them. We fight their wars for them. The white elite is totally servile to the tribe….Graham, Cruz, Pompeo, Pence…..the entire GOP willingly throws their constituents under the bus to try to appease the jewish media.

    The Art of War says that you must always give your opponent an out. The Chinese have a better understanding of human nature as compared to the genocidal small hats.

    There is no earthly reason to destroy Trump and his family. If he runs again they can simply cheat again with another farcical election.

    Why do they want to destroy white people?

    It does not make sense.

    White people live and let live, just want to be left alone, while the jewish elite seems to have an insatiable lust for power and control over others. And when they gain control it always goes sideways. They can wreck but they can’t govern.

    It just gives me a headache.

    • Thanks: Zarathustra
  71. @Larchmonter420

    “She is a White Jew.”

    There is no such thing, Mo. You know chewing too much khat does permanent brain damage but suit yourself. Just don’t chew and ride the camel at the same time.

  72. @HeebHunter

    OK, well, you missed the tongue-in-cheek character of my “(and me)” quip, but, even so, what “doubt” are you talking about? If it is the doubt I feel about what kind of political system is best, then I freely admit it and align myself with the Founders. Certainty was never the promise of philosophy.

    As for “liberalism” causing the fall of Athens, on what do you base that claim?

  73. @Verymuchalive

    I wonder if the cure can only be one that has to kill the patient.

    • Replies: @Verymuchalive
  74. dearieme says:
    @John Siman

    Many of the colonists who participated in the Boston Tea Party dressed in Mohawk warrior garb in order to hide their identities and assert their identification with America over Britain.

    Oh God, the version of the Boston Tea Party as preached to generations of American elementary school pupils. Has it never occurred to you to wonder what was really going on that day?

  75. @Robert Dolan

    Why do they want to destroy white people?

    When the Lord thy God shall bring thee into the land whither thou goest to possess it, and hath cast out many nations before thee,… And when the Lord thy God shall deliver them before thee; thou shalt smite them, and utterly destroy them; thou shalt make no covenant with them, nor shew mercy unto them: Deut 7:1, 2

    And thou shalt consume all the people which the Lord thy God shall deliver thee; thine eye shall have no pity upon them: Deut 7:16

    And the Lord thy God will put out those nations before thee by little and little: thou mayest not consume them at once, lest the beasts of the field increase upon thee. But the Lord thy God shall deliver them unto thee, and shall destroy them with a mighty destruction, until they be destroyed. And he shall deliver their kings into thine hand, and thou shalt destroy their name from under heaven: there shall no man be able to stand before thee, until thou have destroyed them. Deut 7:22-24

  76. @Temporary Insanity

    Letting women vote was the single greatest mistake in US history, directly causing all the catastrophic policies which came after. If you were a real Christian who followed God’s order, you would understand that. You’re a fake Christian feminist doing the bidding of the Jew.

    • Agree: Jimmy le Blanc
  77. Goddard says:

    Three days now after the Breach, and I am feeling a strange calm. Clarity is being achieved. The People stood up. The Establishment Left and their handmaidens the Washington Generals Republicans disrespect the People and the Constitution; the Trump people breach the Capitol. Action, reaction. The Capitol is august, but the people inside it are shams and scoundrels and deserved to be run out of the building. Actually, most of them deserve to be run out of public life. Clarity. The Tech Oligarchs and Democrat Party are promising more cancellations, more persecutions. Clarity. The Oligarchs and Democrat elite cannot help themselves. They lack the depth and intelligence to act in any other way. The Left acts imperiously, as though Trump were David Duke and the Deplorables the Ku Klux Klan; but Trump got 75 million votes and the Deplorables are half the country. They think they can be triumphalist; actually, they are deluded narcissists. The Deep State, the Elite, the Establishment, the Democrats, whatever you want to call them, can be beaten. Trump is off Twitter? Fine. Clarity. Find new means to reach people. Trump in part built Twitter; Twitter can now become an echo chamber of Leftist views, and the Deplorables can go elsewhere. There are 75 million of us in the electorate alone—about half the electorate and half the country. The Left thought they could intimidate and dupe us and steal an election from us. They are much less right than they think they are. That mob at the Capitol surprised them. There is more fight in the Right than they imagined.

    • Agree: Zarathustra
    • Replies: @Zarathustra
  78. _dude says:
    @globalist deepstate

    About 95% of the US media, and about 70% of US politicians are corrupt deep-state globalists

    I think you’re being very generous.

  79. Catdog says:
    @Exiled off mainstreet

    Even the guy dressed up in a viking suit whose photograph is run with the article apparently was an antifa figure.

    No he wasn’t. Please do your research before spreading rumors propagated by schizos like Lin Wood. You aren’t helping the cause.

    There were some blm/antifas in the crowd filming so that they could get patriots in trouble later, that has been proven, but Buffalo Hat and Hand Tattoo are not antifa, and there’s no evidence antifa incited the crowd. People were legitimately pissed- even more so now than a few days ago.

  80. Everybody should worry about US economy instead fighting for power.

  81. Catdog says:

    I’ve seen at least two videos of the Capitol police opening steel fences at one point and doors at another point only two stand aside and calmly allow protesters to pour in. Looked more like an invitation than an invasion. Obviously they had orders to stand back at those points.

    Why is everyone jumping to the conclusion that it was a conspiracy? Perhaps there were some sympathizers to our cause among the cops. Is that hard to believe?

    • Replies: @Feryl
  82. I didn’t vote for Trump and I never supported him.

    But I loved seeing the Congress hiding under their seats in fear of Americans storming the gates. It was beautiful.

    • Agree: ivan, GazaPlanet
    • Replies: @Boris II
  83. Conservative author, Christopher Caldwell, with his most recent book, “The Age of Entitlement”, makes a good case that the catalyst for a lot of what happened in Washington DC this past week was the 1964 Civil Rights Act, which in of itself, was designed with good intentions in mind (though I never understood why a racist like LBJ would promote such a bill) with the idea that its provisions would only be temporary. The bill was also designed with a very narrow focus on the South where most of the discrimination against African-Americans was an ongoing problem.

    Unfortunately, as Caldwell describes it, other radical actors got hold of the ambiguities of the bill and turned it on its head with the development of Affirmative Action, which led to a variety of other sociological effects such as Political Correctness.

    Though Caldwell does not go into it enough, he does mention the massive disenfranchisement that occurred to the working classes who lost their jobs due to the massive outsourcing of jobs that occurred after 1995. This was in part a reaction to the much higher costs to US companies that Affirmative Action and other programs placed on them.

    However, “two wrongs don’t make a right”. Such costs were merely an ancillary argument to support the growing greed of corporations that became untethered to US society as technologies provided them with ways to eliminate many US workers.

    As a result, the United States was hit with two severe processes at the same time that turned the working class communities of the United States upside down sociologically and politically.

    While the Left was radicalizing the sociology of the United States with their “diversity” agendas, the Right was tearing it apart politically and economically with their pro-business agendas.

    So there is no defending either side for what happened in Washington DC this past week in terms of the political actors involved.

    However, to call the people who stormed the capitol building patriots is quite a stretch. They were instead the thugs and losers who arise out of the ashes of such dislocation.

    This was always going to be a developing issue in the United States as the sociological balances that came into play were seriously disrupted since a good portion of the citizens in this country are not the brightest bulbs in the universe. But they do have legitimate grievances.

    However, they are not intelligent enough to see through all the propaganda and nonsense the political classes throw at them in order to develop cognizant counter-actions to the damage that was being done to their own lives. Nonetheless, there were some ways to counter these deleterious affects by becoming increasingly militant through the Unions where their frustrations and anger could be better channeled.

    The problem there however, is that many union leadership cadres had become corrupted by the very corporations that they were supposedly defending their rank and file from.

    The results no doubt have become very complex issues that cannot be resolved by seeing rioters in DC as patriots. They aren’t and never were.

    Instead they are cultists who have become enamored with a very dangerous personality who in all reality does not give a rat’s ass as to what may happen to any of these people in the long run. And these people, who the author believes were fighting for their own grievances, is quite wrong in his perceptions as the people he is defending have literally no idea what they are fighting for.

    I mean, what person in their right mind would stand against universal health-care with the idea that he or she is frightened of Socialism. Do such people, who are often not in the best financial situations really want to die for the prevention of Socialism? If that is the case, lets get rid of Social Security while we’re at it.

    I am quite sure every reader here who is not retired yet can support that… At least until you retire and need to collect it.

    Trump is a severely sick sociopath who wouldn’t know a patriot from a criminal and he should have been removed from office a long time ago. However, the Republican pro-business a ultraconservative judicial agendas were still very much in play allowing the Republicans to block any such attempts.

    Unfortunately, as can be seen, the Congress in general is a completely dysfunctional institution as can be seen with their inability to simply remove a man who is so psychologically damaged that he may, just may, attempt to launch a nuclear strike right here in the United States.

    If you do not believe this then I suggest you read Mary Trump’s incisive book on Trump’s personality and how it was developed. Both one who had ongoing exposure to the family that Trump grew up in as well as a practicing psychologist, Mary Trump’s book exposes what any intelligent person could see, and did see, early on in the current presidency.

    There is absolutely no defending Trump or any of his supporters, all of which appear to be living on another planet altogether.

    But at the same time we all have experienced severe damage to our country’s social fabric that must be repaired and equitably for which our current political leaders for the most part whether they are Republican, Democrat, or Progressive are hardly capable of doing. This means that everyone has to understand our economic and political histories from the standpoint of reality and not from the manifestations of “American Exceptionalism” bullshit.

    You want to correct this situation than you had better understand the complexities involved, which do not include patriotism, riots, diversity, or anything that smacks of psychological conditioning.

    We must return to our Constitutional roots with the idea that such an antiquated document cannot in its existing form support the needs of modern life so that it can be modified to do so both fairly and equitably for all while eliminating all this nonsense both the Left and the Right have inculcated our culture with…

  84. One of the few among us who still is in possession of a functioning brain..

    What should we expect in 2021?

    So far, it looks like this year is going to be plagued by more of the same brand of madness, mayhem, manipulation and tyranny that dominated 2020.

    Frankly, I’m sick of it: the hypocrisy, the double standards, the delusional belief by Americans at every point along the political spectrum that politics and politicians are the answer to what ails the country, when for most of our nation’s history, politics and politicians have been the cause of our woes.

    Consider: for years now, Americans, with sheeplike placidity, have tolerated all manner of injustices and abuses meted out upon them by the government (police shootings of unarmed individuals, brutality, corruption, graft, outright theft, occupations and invasions of their homes by militarized police, roadside strip searches, profit-driven incarcerations, profit-driven wars, egregious surveillance, taxation without any real representation, a nanny state that dictates every aspect of their lives, lockdowns, overcriminalization, etc.) without ever saying “enough is enough.”

  85. teo toon says:

    You all need to catch up. The videos show Antifa as the invading group and the police waved/led them in.

  86. @Niebelheim

    I don’t sees the United States existing in 20 years time. So you’re right. Kill or cure, either way the patient is dead.

  87. It AINT over TIL its OVER – and it is just beginning!
    The Next 10+ Days…Do Not Say You Were Not Warned!
    Buckle up buckeroos……………it is 1776 all over again!

  88. Mr. X. says:

    Tor is not safe to use if you are hiding or trying to evade government agencies. It is safe and good way to hide from your ISP, peers and remain anonymous online, as long as you don’t ever make a mistake and log in with any account you use through regular non-Tor connections.

    If you are doing organized crime, selling drugs, illegal guns or trafficking children, or selling child pornography and draw enough attention to you, they will find a way to de-anonymize you and get to you, once they become motivated enough.

    However, we are not at crossroads where posting the types of comments you see on or mainstream media can put you on a watch list, so who knows if Tor will provide enough anonymity and protection any more. We definitely live in interesting times.

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
  89. martin_2 says:
    @The Alarmist

    A very good idea. A social or political movement needs people that do the serious planning, people that know what is most effective given the resources to hand. The trouble is that Trump people – mostly less educated and less politically aware – are unused to thinking tactically or strategically, all they do is unplanned and spontaneous.

    The same was true of the BNP in the UK. They had a lot of support from the white working class, but the white working class don’t make very good politicians and are not especially photogenic..

    • Replies: @martin_2
  90. Miville says:

    Read your American History carefully : this country became sovereign and then imperial thanks to international Jewish capital, and there were as many outstanding Jews among the Founding fathers as among the first Bolsheviks. America conquered the whole of its territory in the name of a Judaic interpretation of the Bible. America got its first starting capital thanks to the Southern economy first, which was in the hands of Jewish slave traders and slave-worked commodity exporters : Monsanto, just to name it, was first a Louisiana Jewish entrepreneur having escaped the Haitian revolution. The American world empire was just inherited from previous Jewish power networks, often under British flag just previously. The Jews planned it, the Jews made it shine, and the Jews destroyed it : they do the three processes. Without Jews America 1) would never have become independent from Britain, as Jefferson, Franklin, Hamilton and so many others were Jews, and as the rest fancied themselves as Jews 2) would have remained an economic hinterland 3) would have never conquered the former French empire beyond the Hillbillies 4) would now at best be a small coastal country of maybe ten millions like NZ, while the biggest country on the continent would have been French Louisiana, which would have expanded thanks to the same Jews that made America as it is. French (though a low grade of it) rather than English would have been the Jewish business language of choice.

    • Replies: @Ugetit
  91. @Schuetze

    In a posting yesterday I cited the use of psychotronic weaponry to create “crazy gun-nut shooters” to advance their critical gun-control agenda. The best source for information on this scheme is to be found via –– in an article which I discovered last October 27. Written originally by Mojmir Babajek and published in 2004: “Electromagnetic and Informational Weapons: The Remote Manipulation of the Human Brain”.

    Mind-control technology as well as multiple formulations of biological warfare such as noted by Schuetze are indeed real and should be deeply researched by every concerned individual.

    We are at War. The Deep \$tate and various other minions of the Central Bank\$ter Cabal are going balls to the walls to control and/or destroy the remaining liberties of WE THE PEOPLE. Casualties are rapidly rising. The assassination of Ashli Babbitt by a Capitol cop was just the tip of the iceberg. They have no compunction and now with total control over the Hou\$e, the \$enate, the Admini\$tration and the deeply corrupted Court\$…as well as long-term media domination; we may expect a full-court press by our enemie\$.

    Inform yourself. Very carefully let others in on the “secret”. Most of our media-mesmerized moronocracy will laugh at you or call you a “conspiracy theorist”. So we need to be as subtle and gradual in sharing this critical information as are our enemies in “debunking” inconvenient truths.

    • Replies: @Schuetze
  92. martin_2 says:

    I would like to add, There should be a leader now calling for millions of people to turn up for the unfortunate lady’s funeral. On the day of her funeral there also needs to be a general strike, and mass picketing of fuel depots and power stations should commence so that no coal or oil can get in, until the police man or woman involved is charged with her murder.

  93. cranc says:

    Don’t mean to be flippant, but has that crypto-Mohawk on the rigging noticed that his butt is on fire ?

  94. @Mr. X.

    The Zionist establishment vets & selects US presidential candidates, and whoever wins is subject to Supremacist Jew control.

    So Mr. X…, since you think U.R. commenters are not yet on a “watch list,” there should be nothing to stop you from listening to the video, including a frowned upon perspective, linked below.

    Video Link

  95. Anon[157] • Disclaimer says:

    They don’t need . They know they won’t be prosecuted . A knock on the knuckles and certain types of community duties would be worked out to make the judicial system look fair .

  96. @Realist

    Antifa and BLM are not in prison…patriots are…that’s the reason.

    The reason antifa/blm thugs are not in prison is the same reason that Hitler’s brown shirt thugs and Mussolini’s black shirt thugs never went to prison. Antifa/blm are the shock troops for elitists like George Soros, who are seeking to impose a new order, a global, neo-feudal system run solely by them and solely for their benefit.

    Antifa/blm are part of the machinery for achieving this neo-feudal vision, as are the USA’s Democrat-Republican establishment, DSMIC, and MSM. They will be dealt with when the new order is achieved, just as Hitler dealt with the SA when they had served their purpose. All populists, especially Trump supporters are an immediate threat to our would-be feudal masters. Their eradication is a compelling necessity. There will be no mercy.

  97. anon[157] • Disclaimer says:

    The French police official said they believed that an investigation would find that someone interfered with the deployment of additional federal law-enforcement officials on the perimeter of the Capitol complex; the official has direct knowledge of the proper procedures for security of the facility.

    someone interfered with the proper deployment of officers around Congress

    It is routine for the Capitol Police to coordinate with the federal Secret Service and the Park Police and local police in Washington, DC, before large demonstrations. The National Guard, commanded by the Department of Defense, is often on standby too.
    On Wednesday, however, that coordination was late or absent.

    The National Guard, which was deployed heavily to quell the Black Lives Matter protests in 2020, did not show up to assist the police until two hours after the action started on Wednesday, according to The Associated Press.

    This is coordinated among different levels . ( think of 911 and lack of responses preparedness and abuses of the drill )

    Trump is a psycho who has convinced the low IQ white of him being a savior facing off deep state which is against the poor white and which doesn’t want Trump get elected . So the election must be stolen .

    And what’s not good about fighting a thief or stealing ?

  98. Excellent article.

    Thank you, Mr Morgan.

    • Replies: @John Morgan
  99. @Goddard

    This article has even more clarity. (Some kind of writer called Nebojsa)

  100. @Steve Naidamast

    An ultimately academicist perspective. But much is overlooked in this tendentious tome. The essayist ignores the corruption via ideologues, government grants and foundation grants of the higher academic infrastructure. Academia has become a monocracy of pseudo-intellectual specialists who all strive to be constantly “on message” and politically correct. Own it, Mr.Naidamast.

    Also completely ignored is the mass media of mind-control and mass manipulation. In terms of understanding the workings of our government on behalf of a plutocratic oligarchy; the American people are almost totally out to lunch.

    This also echos back on an educational infrastructure schemed out in the early 20th Century by the likes of elitist edjumacators from Columbia University, John Dewey and James Bryant Conant; academics who instituted a deliberately dumbing down curriculum through various colleges of education throughout the fruited plain. Compound their nefarious plots with those of Edward Bernays, the father of modern propaganda mind-molding and you have the crux of the full recipe for dumbing down the masses.

    As coda for the long dissertation Naidamast does make a sensible call: “We must return to our Constitutional roots” and then promptly demolishes the structure. by appending “…with the idea that such an antiquated document in its existing form support the needs of modern life”. A bit confusing, eh? We do need a re-constitutional convention. Prostiticians and members of the duopoly Democraps and Repooplikkkans should not be invited. No judge, prosecutor or member of the American Bar Association need apply. Nor should coupon clippers like the 200+ descendants of the prime robber baron, John Davison Rockefeller.

    Foundational for a much needed “constitutional” would be an amplified Bill of Rights as the enabling precondition. Our court system is totally corrupted and has been since John Marshall imposed the egregious Marbury v. Madison doctrine—a “ruling” which gave ultimate veto power over statutory legislation by an unelected elitist black-robed Monarchy. Jefferson warned us about that.

    We also need to dump the House of Representatives as they represent nobody but their high-roller campaign contributors…on behalf of the Bank\$ter elite. An element of democracy needs be added to the republican institution by instituting popular referendums to enact or remove laws. To balance the inherent dangers of mob-rule, a reformulated Senate would be empowered to serve as a house of sober second consideration.

    The federal administrative bureaucracy must be massively shook out. Now, with the Space Force having become the 18th!!! “intelligence” agency, the American people have been subject to the most broad scale spying network on the face of the planet. We must eliminate ALL departments, bureaus and agencies which do not work on behalf of the common weal.

    There is much more to discuss. But I do not wish to be the longest-winded commentator on this thread.

    • Replies: @Ugetit
  101. lavoisier says: • Website

    Excellent essay.

    I was surprised but pleased to see Americans demonstrating their contempt for the hostile elite government we live under.

    Assault against Democracy? BS.

    Perhaps there is some fight left in the American people?

    But nobody should delude themselves into thinking that Donald Trump is a patriot who will die for the cause.

    Hell, he already threw the people risking their lives and liberty protesting the fraudulent election under the bus.

    It is long past time the whores in Washington become acutely aware of the contempt sane Americans have for them.

    I do not support violent protests, but I do support a mass demonstration of people expressing their total and absolute contempt for the traitorous whores who rule over us.

    • Replies: @Anon
  102. ivan says:
    @Steve Naidamast

    I don’t understand why you have to smear people who simply pushed at barriers and milled inside their own Congress as thugs and losers. They have done more to destroy this corrupt system than any of the hand – wringers. I would suggest that you have a look at how the South Koreans battle their own police to see how it is done in other countries.

    Showing up the vacuity , the spiritual nothingness of the Congress critters cowering under their chairs was a much needed blow to their remaining prestige and authority. These fellows who always preen as though they were leading the marches of the Civil Rights movement have been shown up to be utter cowards.

  103. “The Congress has no clothes is the articles title.” How about the Congress is a largely a group of bought of by China traitors, that saw a president who was about to ruin their gravy train. Anyone who thinks that either the Democratic part of Congress or the Republican part has the slightest interest in making life a bit better for American citizens, is a highly deluded individual. It was the populist elected President, Donald Trump that was working to make life a bit better for all Americans. That’s why they attacked him from day one. That’s why the Republican politicians never backed him up on a single thing. He was backed up by the tens of millions of people who were sick and tired of being abused by the policies of the swamp politicians. That IS, the story of what happened. PERIOD

  104. If Global Homo technopolies can block/censor POTUS, no one is safe. Buy CB radios/antennas, it’s going terrestrial, the www is going down. Find all cell towers, AT&T/Verizon/Amazon/Alphabet Coms hubs and knock them out. Let them see what it’s like to be silenced.
    Lock and load, this is not a drill.
    We are at war.

  105. @Garliv

    Pelosi, Schumer, and their evil ilk obviously want to rub Trump’s nose, as well as our noses, into shit. They dare those in our movement to engage in such a mass protest again. Their bet is that, without Trump to lead us, any populist movement from the Right will dissipate. In this, they could be right. Any insurgency without a Charismatic Leader is doomed to failure. And, right now, we don’t have one. The time is past to be saved at the ballot box. Secession is the only answer.

    • Replies: @Kolya Krassotkin
  106. Anon[423] • Disclaimer says:

    Robert was all anti war and mutual trust between nations, except when it came to the Palestinians. Mr. Anti Vet Nam War was Mr. pro Zionist land grab. And that’s what got him killed.

    • Replies: @Craig Nelsen
  107. Like I said you still need the brown shirts. Especially Trump. In politics ,there is no substitue for loyality.Trump is going to learn it the hard way.

  108. Anon[423] • Disclaimer says:

    Maybe he’ll pardon everyone who got arrested, right before he leaves. And just to freak out the media/ politicians /Intel agencies some more, Assange and Snowden too.

  109. @follyofwar

    Pelosi, Schumer et al. want to pretend this was the burning of the Reichstag, so they can take “appropriate” measures. They want to act with haste.

    Pelosi and Schumer fear that people will realize, after looking at how for years Obama and the left stoked racial hatred, which resulted in riots, murder and arson causing billions in damage, this is, by comparison, a nothing-burger. Thus, haste is the order of the day.

  110. Schuetze says:
    @Majority of One


    That describes most of my family and acquaintances. The moronocracy is like a lead weight pulling us to the bottom of the ocean. Their lack of intuition and logos are actually our biggest enemy.

  111. geokat62 says:

    Perhaps it will lead to a crackdown on the Right that will equal or dwarf what happened in the wake of Charlottesville.


  112. annamaria says:
    @Andy Horton

    Tell us more about Dick Cheney, Bushes, Bill Clinton, and the opportunistic brass in service to the ‘moderate’ terrorists of ISIS.

    NO POPULATION GROUP exerts a greater influence over American foreign affairs than American Jews. Considering the overflowing support given Israel to the increasing detriment of our relations with the Arab and Muslim world, considering that our president has become an almost full-time negotiator for Israeli and Jewish interests, it would be hard to underestimate the impresario role of Jews in shaping America’s international affairs. …

    A logical point of departure might be President Madison’s appointment in 1815 of Mordecai Noah, a Philadelphia-born Jew, to the post of American consul in Tunis. Noah, described as a loud, sharp-tongued, irritating, insistent man prone to self-dramatization, controversy and showmanship … fantasized about founding a Jewish homeland in the New World.

    Still puffing about undeserving women and always bestest men?

    The United States government is being progressively Zionized … To cite only one example, an Israel Victory Caucus was launched in the House of Representatives, advocating Israeli defeat of all its neighbors. The keynote speaker at the event, Daniel Pipes, explained “Victory means imposing your will on your enemy so he no longer wants to continue to fight,” before demanding “What I want the U.S. government to do is say, ‘Israel, do what you need to do to win your war.’”

  113. What disagreeable move to say this was about white people. Nothing in the country can compare to the neglect of blacks, even native americans got slices of the country from which to serve as foundation for something of their own. Blacks had to climb, scrape, and fight in the main against explicit, implicit, overt and coverts conduct and policies by whites period regardless of party or political ideology.

    Good grief what silliness in what is otherwise a fairly solid article. Antifa has been around for quite some time BLM less by any other name even. The protest rally if that’s what it was, was more than largely peaceful. It was almost entirely peaceful. And it was powerful in its showing. that the establishment has a real hurdle. And that hurdle has nothing to do with president trump. Nor did it begin with president trump. It’s a reflection of a much deeper fisher about which white skin color is but a paper thin veneer. If anything what has happened in the last eight years plus is that whites suddenly realize. What it’s been like for blacks. And pointing to the reality that they are seeing more blacks in positions of influence is not a reflection that the reality for blacks overall has changed all that much. And let’s be honest, blacks are not running the tech estates, or mainstream media outlets, and they certainly aren’t in control of the financial environment or military foreign policy. White whining misses the larger issues and it feed the establishment narrative that what we have in the country are millions of racists and they are all republican.

    Certainly we (nationalists) can do batter than that. Had the prot5esters listened to the warnings of the blacks also protesting

    “that of they go through those windows the police are going to shoot” or something like that — there would have been unfortunate loss of.

    Had the protesters listened to the advice of at least one black protester,

    That if they go through the window, the police are going to shoot” or something similar Mrs Babbit would most likley be alive today.

  114. @Roacheforque

    James Howard Kunstler’s latest column gives an unconfirmed report that among the MAGA crowd that disrupted the usual teatime atmosphere in the Capitol’s offices, there were folks (I’m guessing Trump loyalists from the FBI or DOJ) who got into the offices of Pelosi and other Swamp elders.

    These people appropriated a whole bunch of laptops that had been carelessly left behind in the scuffle, which could soon provide quite a window into the doings of America’s august leaders throughout their several recent coup attempts. Imagine Hunter Biden’s Laptop from Hell x 20.

    If true, no wonder Pelosi is in full shrieking harpy mode, calling for the immediate invocation of the 25th Amendment or Impeachment #2.

    • Replies: @HeebHunter
  115. Boris II says:

    Yeah, you worthless fascist motherfuckers loved it. I’ll love seeing the freaks rounded up. And some of you when Biden’s AG gets to work.

    • Replies: @Poco
  116. aandrews says:

    The Mozilla Blog
    Dispatches from the Internet frontier.
    We need more than deplatforming
    Mitchell Baker
    January 8, 2021

    There is no question that social media played a role in the siege and take-over of the US Capitol on January 6.

    Since then there has been significant focus on the deplatforming of President Donald Trump. By all means the question of when to deplatform a head of state is a critical one, among many that must be addressed. When should platforms make these decisions? Is that decision-making power theirs alone?

    But as reprehensible as the actions of Donald Trump are, the rampant use of the internet to foment violence and hate, and reinforce white supremacy is about more than any one personality. Donald Trump is certainly not the first politician to exploit the architecture of the internet in this way, and he won’t be the last. We need solutions that don’t start after untold damage has been done.

    Changing these dangerous dynamics requires more than just the temporary silencing or permanent removal of bad actors from social media platforms.

    Additional precise and specific actions must also be taken:

    Reveal who is paying for advertisements, how much they are paying and who is being targeted.

    Commit to meaningful transparency of platform algorithms so we know how and what content is being amplified, to whom, and the associated impact.

    Turn on by default the tools to amplify factual voices over disinformation.

    Work with independent researchers to facilitate in-depth studies of the platforms’ impact on people and our societies, and what we can do to improve things.

    These are actions the platforms can and should commit to today. The answer is not to do away with the internet, but to build a better one that can withstand and gird against these types of challenges. This is how we can begin to do that.


    • Replies: @HeebHunter
    , @aandrews
  117. @Buck Ransom

    Yes, because that is how careless these swamp monsters are, just leaving laptops unguarded, as the MIGA hordes were approaching from miles away…

    I wouldn’t expect a 10 year old to leave his digital devices unaccounted for. Man, you amis are a riot.

    • Replies: @Buck Ransom
  118. @aandrews

    Hello, Andrew Anglin. Nice of you to drop by and teach the boomers here something.

    (Trump was a disaster but I understand why you published your rhetorics. Despair and hope go together)

    • Replies: @Dingo bay rum
    , @aandrews
  119. @Anonymous

    The patriots who have been protesting the election deserve someone better, a real deal like Kris Kobach.

    What American patriots need, and what is required, is an Adolph Hitler with physical courage and intellect to match his. Can you imagine that indominal leader of men, pulling the rug out from under his own supporters before the 1st round even got started?

  120. @HeebHunter

    Who says it was Anglin? He supports Trump!!

    • Replies: @HeebHunter
  121. aandrews says:

    What’s the most popular web browser in 2020?
    I’ll give you a hint, it’s not Microsoft’s Internet Explorer. And Firefox is declining into irrelevance.
    By Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols | March 2, 2020

    The web browser that’s really hurting the most, though, is Firefox. In this round-up, Firefox has only 3.6% of the market. In 2015, when I first turned to DAP’s numbers, Firefox was 11%. By 2016, Firefox had declined to 8.2%. Firefox has a slight bounce upward by 2018 to 9%. But now, Firefox has declined so much you really must begin to worry about its long-term future.

  122. @Majority of One

    Blackwaters got them covered – for a small fee…

  123. aandrews says:

    I’m going to have to interpret that to mean that you think I’m Andrew Anglin. I’m not Andrew Anglin.

  124. @Anon

    No, Robert Kennedy’s determination to pursue his brother’s killers when he became president was what got him killed.

    • Agree: FLgeezer
  125. Perhaps after three decades of watching this shitshow called leadership, I am numb to the outrage (other than the cold-blooded murder of a protester by a government agent who calmly aimed and killed a non-threat to him).

    Every time I see the picture of The Horned King in the seat of power, I laugh out loud. I have not laughed this hard in a long, long time.

    It appears Antifa made way for the innocent Furry Tatted Horned King. The king, not being a man of half-measures, harmlessly took the throne. He gave me more than that political body has given me in a lifetime-laugh out loud imagery that will stick with me forever.

  126. @Ugetit

    Spite, jelousyy and envy are powerful motivators. What else would you think inspired Yankee hoards to invade and destroy a Southern civilization they could never hope to equal or exceed?

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  127. It would have been not so bad if only Congress had no clothes. The problem is much worse: the whole American political system has no clothes. Fake two party system, voting system that can be easily rigged, the whole political process driven by money – each of these is a terminal disease, all three together are doom.

    • Agree: OutsideMan
  128. @Dingo bay rum

    Not many people cite the daily stormer on Unz.
    Beside, I do not believe that his support of (((trump))) was anything more than desperate pragmatism. Muttmerica is in a worse philosophical and ideological rut than anywhere else on Earth. Indeed, the orange kike lover was their last tool at salvation, which they don’t deserve anyway.

  129. aandrews says:

    “If nothing else, for one brief, shining moment, the white working class took center stage in American politics and brought the grinding engines of the Washington machine to a halt.”

    If the cops actually unlocked and opened gates for them, it makes the veracity of the whole thing extremely suspect. I think it’s contrived and part of the color revolution. It should be looked at in who-whom terms.

  130. Dressing like trailer trash does not imply that they are actually working class. They had the time and money to travel to Washington. 30 something incel gamers emerging from their parents basements seems more likely. Some were so insecure they were tattooed, even with game symbols (the so called hammer and sickle). A parade of mental illness.

    They intended kidnap, murder and arson. They went in with flexi ties to take hostages, they had a gallows erected variously said to be for Pence or Pelosi and others had pipe bombs to destroy and burn the certified ballot papers.

    • Replies: @GeneralRipper
    , @Reg Cæsar
  131. @kulminator

    Mike Lee is not “spot on.” Mike Lee thanked the Capitol Police for “defending our building and our lives.” The empty rhetoric they usually spout about the Capitol being “the people’s house” was not on display on this day. The People are not allowed in, and the owners do not want to hear what the people have to say … unless they have been invited to speak in a supervised setting (none of these people would have been). Not only that, an unarmed citizen and Air Force veteran was shot point blank by one of these valiant policemen and no one, I mean NO ONE among our illustrious ‘servants of the People’ mentions it or expresses any sympathy. Meanwhile, the policeman who died from unknown injuries may lay in state in “the People’s House” as the sacrificial victim of the event.

    The consensus of the well-protected men and women who ‘belong’ in the People’s House is that the people’s job is to vote, period. All elections are fixed, if necessary to disregard the people’s choice, but the people are expected not know that or not say they know it. That’s how we play the game.

    I, for one, have had it this time. Not only with Congress, but with all the commentators too, including the writer John Morgan, whose weak-tea article above, pretending there is an actual dissident-right movement, or white man’s movement, that can act in concert, is just more posturing from those who, I guess, need to feel they’re “doing something”. They’re as bad as the Congresspeople, although not as rich. I can see no reason to keep following “the news” that keeps us playing in a game that is rigged against us. I’m going to try my best to drop this addiction to “current events” and seek healthier and happier roads to follow.

  132. @Carroll Price

    What happened to the Brownshirts exactly?

    • Replies: @Dingo bay rum
  133. anon[313] • Disclaimer says:
    @Priss Factor

    People who were too lazy to get off their butts and join Alt Tech will now have no choice.

    Big Tech could maintain monopoly as long as they just banned people like Alex Jones. But when they ban the president and so many of his followers, they are forcing the creation of the Big Other Tech, and that will end the monopoly.

    A bi-lingual nation is not divided enough. Having two distinct “virtual” societies will nail the coffin of the unified nation. But it may not even come to that:

    Unless Priss Factor and the Purged have plans to create an alternative network, alternative ISPs, and alternative hardware manufacturers, they can be also be banned from Verizon, ATT, Virgin, et al.; OS‘s are continually updated and the next update may simply prevent you from using “your” computer to send “wrongthought”. Check your EULA for details. And finally, at the network level, IP ranges can simply be banned.

    Big Tech is Oligarch Tech. You can not take anything for granted.

    Think Small Tech. Think Tech that “small people” can build, repair, and control. This is an excellent time to revisit retro-tech.

  134. @Carroll Price

    Why can’t you guys learn to spell Adolf’s name correctly. Adolph is the French spelling of the name.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    , @Carroll Price
  135. I saw congress-critters, literally slithering, in the swamps mucky depths=the floor between the seats of the chamber. Literally slithering!!! Damn….they are swamp creatures.

    The above in regards to your comment:

    “…I think for most of us who were watching, we simply had an overwhelming feeling of Schadenfreude — seeing the political elite that’s been selling us down the river and making our lives hell for decades for once the ones cowering in fear…”

  136. Agent76 says:


    The storming of the capital building was not a “failure of security” as multiple camera angles and videos show police letting protesters beyond the barricades and in some cases they march them right up to the front door!

    Video Link

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    , @Carroll Price
  137. @Philip Owen

    They intended kidnap, murder and arson. They went in with flexi ties to take hostages, they had a gallows erected variously said to be for Pence or Pelosi and others had pipe bombs to destroy and burn the certified ballot papers.

    LOL…Damn shame they didn’t get around to that.

  138. @HeebHunter

    And the crooked son of a crooked ex-VP and current presidential candidate would never leave his laptop full of evidence at a neighborhood repair shop, and then neglect to pick it up. Yeah, I guess you’re right. That could never happen.

    • Replies: @HeebHunter
  139. Anonymous[401] • Disclaimer says:

    Ah, another keyboarding “tough guy” fucktard opines.

    Are you still denying townie girls your vital essence, ese?

    • Replies: @GeneralRipper
  140. Incitatus says:

    “Realizing that not only his political but also his personal future might be in jeopardy, Trump was quick to concede the election and promise a peaceful transition of power — showing that when things get tough, it’s his own hide that he’s thinking of.”

    Who would have thought, given his history of five draft deferments and permanent disability from bone-spurs? Did you notice, contrary to his rally promise, Dear Leader Trump failed to show up at the Capital? After espousing love for the protestors, he suddenly went hard-line-law-and-order a day later? Please tell us why, Mr. Morgan.

    “We can thank Trump for what he did to get the ball of American populism rolling over the past few years, but what the Capitol occupation shows above all is that the populist current has grown beyond the ability of Trumpism to contain and channel it.”

    “Populism”? Really? Slavish ‘nihilism’ in service to DJT’s narcissism is more accurate. Consider words uttered at the Stop the Steal’ rally 6 January: “Today is the day American patriots start taking down names and kicking ass.” [Rep. Mo Brooks R-Alabama); “Trial by Combat” [‘America’s Mayor’ and hair dye expert Rudy Giuliani]. They helped light the fuse (with the creepy Trump family) for what followed.

    Left and Right extremes willingly vandalize for ‘holy’ purpose. Neither has rational values. They exude adolescent rebelliousness, kindle fires, and attempt to reshuffle the deck in their favor. It’s called anarchy.

    Trump is a talented demagogue – one “who seeks support by appealing to the desires and prejudices of ordinary people rather than by using rational argument”. Trump’s stolen election argument (magnified by pathetic Rudy) failed in more than 50 lawsuits (many/most presided over by Republican appointees) and the Supreme Court (packed by the GOP). Why, Mr. Morgan?

    Post-election 2016 Trump claimed election fraud prevented his (imaginary) higher popular vote. He had years to prepare for 2020. Was he lazy or just incompetent? He lashes out at Republican swing states and GOP officials with charges totally unproven, audit after audit. His sybarite children vow Biblical revenge. Pathetic mess.

    “We need a new movement and better leaders who are more responsive to what ordinary American people really want, more articulate at making the case for populism, and better at making it happen. Trump may continue to play a role as a symbol, but the time has come to say goodbye to him as the leader of the movement and to embrace “Trumpism without Trump.”

    Define “We”. Define “ordinary American people”. MAGA Capital looters taking selfies, Police murderers, out-of-control harpies accosting Romney and Graham, opportunist media agitators like vitamin king Alex Jones (controversy = web-views = profit) et. al. calling for the execution of Pence, Chief Justice Roberts, and others while spewing deep-state pedophile nonsense? Give us a hint.

    “Ignore the naysayers. America wasn’t founded by well-behaved protesters who complained through the proper channels and were careful to never do anything illegal.”

    What are you saying? America depends on illegality? Assault the Capital, target public officials, don’t worry about the law? Please be specific.

    “Events like what happened at the Capitol are part of our heritage.”

    What a deep thought! The Boston Massacre 1770, Boston Tea Party 1773, Lexington and Concord 1775 are equivalent to moronic “Q-Shamans” wearing fur, horns and tattoos taking selfies and spouting incoherent nonsense?

    Don’t think so.

    With due respect, Jefferson’s “manure” seems the best accolade for your sentiment.

    • Replies: @Zarathustra
    , @Zarathustra
  141. sally says:

    I think your question demonstrates a complete lack of understanding of the meaning of the bill of rights.
    All of the first ten Amendments to the Philadelphia constitution were <=forced on the Founder Constitutional Federalist by the anti-federalist; the Democracy seeking anti-federalist were disenfranchised by the constitution and they demanded that the constitution, if they must suffer it, would at least protect basic human rights.

    The Oligarch version of the Constitution which came from Philadelphia (1787) did not have the Bill of Rights in it. The so called Founders were not intending to give the governed deplorables any rights, but they could not get their constitution ratified without protecting the rights of the people against the government.
    So in order for the Oligarch to get their Philadelphia Constitution ratified so they could toss out America's only democracy, the Federalist had to agree to amend their constitutional document to include the bill of rights (that is why the Bill of Rights are the 1st ten amendments to the Constitution).

    The first amendment says " Congress shall make no law …that abridges .. the right of the people peaceable to assemble, and to petition the Government <= for a redress of Grievances.

    What happened was just what the anti-federalist bargained for<= when the Anti-federalist agreed to allow the constitution to be ratified. The Wed assembly was peaceful (it was abuse of petitioner by government that caused and led to the disruption of the peace), the petitioners (by their presence) petitioned the government to take the time and to exercise the diligence needed to satisfy all doubters beyond a reasonable doubt every single vote.. no matter the cost, no matter the time, no matter the true outcome. .certainly a petition to a government unwilling even to allow the evidence of vote fraud into its judicial chambers, to do just that, to count each vote, one by one, and satisfy every challenge from anyone as to the authenticity of each and every vote and its tally is a reasonable petition and since the government protects itself from the people it governs, it is almost impossible to imagine how a petition to an unwilling government can be delivered except by large assemblages of like-minded petitioners?

    Where are words in the constitution that over power the Bill of Rights? The Bill of Rights were conditions precedent to the ratification of the Body of the Constitution. This means, any part of the constitution not in the Bill of Rights, is subordinate to the words in the Bill of rights. Hence words, clauses, rules whatever should be denied any hearing at all in considering the space and actions protected to speech, petition or assembly, by private individuals seeking to exercise their First Amendment Rights. There would be no constitution without the Bill of Rights (the BORs were conditions precedent to ratification) and there is no constitution at all if the bill of rights is infringed.

    If those who govern became fearful of further or more insulting petition than happened on Wed. that would not change the fact that the petitioners-assembled were operating within their rights. If fault is to be assigned, it lay with those who would attempt to punish the petitioners. How else can one petition a government that does not want to listen than to storm a legislature unwilling to hear and evaluate the evidence to be presented in such a petition?

    It is not within the constitution that guilty minds and hearts of those who govern grants governors sufficient cause or provides government some kind of justification <=to say the petition-assembly exceeded the space protected to petition and speech <= guaranteed in the Bill of Rights, such guarantees are unconditional.

    Governors with sufficient personal guilt to have experienced real fear from the Petition-Assembly, should have no standing to use their authority to write laws or to make rules that would threaten, harm, harass, or imprison or call those who petitioned or who were among the assembly <=terrorist.

    IANAL but this is my understanding of the meaning of the first ten amendment to the constitution produced and ratified by the same Oligarchs in 1788 that wrote it. If you do not agree with this analysis please let me know and explain how your understanding is different from mine ? i am really interested to understand how Biden, Congress and Courts justify abuse or infringement of the Bill of Rights.

    asside. I just heard another Bowing is down? anyone know about that? copyright and patent laws bestowe monopoly powers in wealthy people and corporations and allow them to block competition, without competition there is only one or two manufactures in industries where they should be many.

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  142. Anyone remembers Slobodan Milosevic?

  143. All these media pundits, Democrats, and Cuckservatives calling the 1/6 Deep State Demolition an ‘insurrection’ is truly ROTFL.

    I mean, what were the four years of the Trump Administration but non-stop insurrection by Jews, Deep State, Big Media, Big Tech, and financial institutions. Their actions ranged from covert to overt, but everything they did was to undermine and thwart the Trump Presidency and agenda. Obama, the Deep State, and Big Media colluded to push the Russia Collusion Hoax and even spied on the Trump campaign on ‘evidence’ they knew was fake. This was 100x worse than Watergate, but if you’re part of the ‘made men’ club, you can get away with anything. Jews rule, and that means anyone who collaborates with Jews are safe no matter what they do. And when these conspiratorial and nefarious plans didn’t work, the Deep State Jews cooked up the Ukraine scandal. Most of those involved were Jews. These Jews worked with ‘neo-nazi’ elements in Ukraine to overthrow a democratically elected government through a violent coup. And they installed a puppet regime that did as told by US politicians who, in turn, are controlled by the Jewish Mafia. And Joe Biden meddled in that country’s affairs and undermined its legal process, which was a joke to begin with. But Biden is a ‘made man’ in the eyes of Jews and the Deep State, so it didn’t matter what he did. In Washington, WHAT you do matters far less than WHO you are. The old adage of “Do you know WHO I am?” is what that city is all about: Power > Principles. It was always like that but was made worse under Jews who don’t even have the modicum of honor that the Wasp elites once had.

    Trump, despite being president, was not a ‘made man’. He wasn’t part of the club. Jews had allowed him get rich in NY and serve as the face of real estate moguls when, in fact, Jews dominate the industry. Trump was useful as a goy toy: He was the working class’s idea of what riches are about. So, the ‘deplorables’ might look up to him as a celebrity-billionaire, a super-success story, but Jews and elites looked down him as coarse and crude. He was useful when he played the game but intolerable as the top guy, especially as he rode to victory on the wave of populist revolt.

    How did Trump really feel about his role as president? Did he prioritize the will of the people who voted for him but failed to gain traction because of the deeply entrenched forces arrayed all around him? No. Vain, narcissistic, arrogant, and insecure at the same time, he used his vaunted status mainly to win approval from the super-elites and be accepted as a ‘made man’. But that wasn’t going to happen. He said too many things that angered Jews and insulted the Deep State. ‘America First’ triggered the Jews about Charles Lindbergh style ‘antisemitism’. Jews took ‘globalism’ to be a codeword for Jewish Power. And the Deep State didn’t like being called the ‘swamp’. Vain and snotty, despite being scumbag shills and swamp-creatures, the Deep Staters think of themselves as the Best and the Brightest who are working honorably for the empire.

    Now, if Trump had truly gone against the Deep State and globalism, he would have been doomed as a one-term president. But he was going to be a one-term president no matter what he did because Jews and the Deep State were never going to forgive him for his 2016 campaign. If, at the very least, Trump had stuck to some semblance of a principled path, he could have lost with some measure of honor and self-respect. But even as he became president by pissing into the swamp, he hoped to gain re-election and be accepted as an insider and ‘made man’ by throwing lilies into the swamp once he became president. Just look at the swamp-creatures he surrounded himself with. (And he thought he was winning over Republican politicians to his populist agenda when, in fact, the cucks were just playing along to win votes among the rubes. Republican politicians knew that Trump would likely last four years or, at most, eight, and then what? Without the populist energy sustained by Trump, politics will go back to same-as-usual and that means cucking to Jews on just about everything. Republicans needed to stand with Trump for the populist votes but, behind the Donald’s back, they had to assure Jews that they were just playing along and really despised Trump and would work with Jews behind the scenes to unseat him. Politics is ‘business’. It’s like Sal in THE GODFATHER turns on the Corleones once he realizes the new strong horse is Barzini. Trump, full of himself, thought the Republicans and Swamp creatures in his administration were on his side because they smiled and called him ‘Mr. President’, but it was all just an act. They knew that, once Trump is gone, the only game in town is going to be Jewish Power playing ‘Simon Says’, and the only way to salvage their long-term prospects was to wink-wink to the Jews that “I was only pretending to be on Trump’s team but was really working against him all along.” But then, Trump’s shtick wasn’t all that different from the Cuck Republican shtick. Trump used populism to become president to win respect from the elites, and Cuck Republicans used Trumpism to win votes from the populist base and stay in office, all the while looking to maintain good graces with the the all-powerful Jews.)

    Trump’s contradictions were self-defeating, and the only outcome was to lose with dishonor. Not only did he fail to gain the acceptance and respect of the Deep State but he lost the support of his hardcore supporters as well. The Deep State was after him from day one, and to push back, he had to call out on the swamp. But in so insulting the Deep State, he further alienated the institutions he was trying to woo over to gain ‘respect’. And what were Jews obsessively plotting every single day during the four long years? How to get rid of Trump. When Jews want something, they never give up and keep gnawing like rodents. When the Russia and Ukraine thing failed to unseat him, Trump thought he was over the hurdle and relaxed his guard. But Jews and the Deep State were plotting the biggest insurrection of them all. Sink the economy and tank Trump’s approval with Covid-hysteria. So, Trump’s biggest asset vanished into the air. And he was smeared as a killer of all those victims of Covid. And the medical community, also run by Jews, played along.

    The thing about Jews is that they will always choose power over principles. They are gamers who see the world as an endless contest of the f***kers and the suckers, and they don’t want to be suckers. Jews wouldn’t feel this way IF goyim were smarter than Jews, but Jews feel smarter and figure that they can run circles around dimwit goyim. Jews figure, “Why should we be governed by the same principles that apply to inferior goyim?” So, their main priority is to maintain supremacy over inferior goyim. Jews look upon goyim like adults look upon children. Adults want authority over kids, not equality with them. And in a way, we can understand where Jews are coming from because goyim are indeed SO DUMB. They are dumb like the moron in TAKE THE MONEY AND RUN who whips the shadow instead of the prisoner.


    Goyim must be inferior because they totally suck up to Jews like dogs. When you look at Jews and goyim in the US, the relation is one of master and dog. The dogoy’s innermost desire is to win approval from the master, and this sentiment is common even among the Dissident Right who will mention the JQ but pray for the day when superior Jews will come over to the white side.

    Anyway, when the Deep State’s insurrectionary acts against Trump failed, the Jews pulled all the stops with Covid-Hysteria and BLM riots. Jews, fearful that Trump’s economy and swaggering style might win over record number of blacks in the 2020 election, decided to go whole hog in deifying the Negro as holy. So, with total approval of Jews, Deep State, Military Cucks, Big City mayors, and the Jew-run media, blacks were allowed to run wild, riot, rape, and loot. Blacks could do all that but the Narrative was ‘mostly peaceful protesters’ are fighting ‘systemic racism’.
    Jews, who’d been pushing Globo-Homo to eclipse black issues, using gentrification & Section 8 to remove blacks from cities, enforcing tougher law & order policies to lock up black criminals, and favoring immigrants over blacks, were suddenly ALL ABOUT THE BLACKS to convince them to stick with the Democratic Party. It didn’t matter that BLM and Antifa were burning down cities, looting, and even creating total havoc in Washington D.C., many parts of which were on fire. And when Trump called on the US military to step up and do something, the top brass, in tune with the Deep State and their Jewish Masters, rebuffed the president and did nothing. If this was not an insurrection from within and without, I don’t know what is.

    And, there was the Jewish Media and Pollsters’ gaslighting of Trump supporters, telling them to stay home and not vote because Biden is leading in the polls by 10-15 points. And then the election itself was massively fraudulent. Perhaps, Biden really did beat Trump, but how could we know for sure when so many funny things and irregularities happened? And of course, the media just went along with the Big Lie. Had it been the other way around with utterly blatant cases of election fraud carried out by Republicans, of course the FBI, the deep state, and big media would have done everything to investigate every complaint. Imagine if an all-white county intimidated and kicked out black poll-watchers. That would have been a national scandal. And of course, the Covid-Hysteria set the grounds for massive mail-in fraud. All of these were acts of insurrection, but they were done by ‘made men’ and their minions. In the end, it’s not WHAT you do but WHO you are. But then, the GOP and Trump never called out on the fact that the Jews are the toppermost ‘made men’ of America. Indeed, even after the election, what did Trump do but pardon some of the worst Jewish scumbags? It’s all so embarrassing.

    At any rate, as far as the Official Narrative is concerned, the Deep State insurrection wasn’t an insurrection because it was done by insiders, ‘experts’, the elites, Jews at the top, and blacks on the bottom. It’s like it’s never terrorism when the US, Israel, or Saudis do it. But if a nation like Iran uses counter-violence against US-Israel violence, THAT is ‘terrorism’. Whenever Israeli agents murder someone in Iran with bomb attacks, notice the New York Times puts ‘terrorism’ in quotes. But if Arabs or Muslims blow up Jews, that is TERRORISM alright. All a matter of who/whom than what/not.
    If you’re part of the ‘made’ club, whatever you do is okay. So, Biden could meddle in the affairs of Ukraine. But if you’re hated by the club, even your noble acts are ‘treasonous’. But what is loyalty and treason in a country where most whore-politicians do little but suck up to globalist supremacist Jews whose only real concern is tribal power? Jews think thus: Power is #1. Game is #2. Principle is #3. As the power comes first, Jews will change the game to win. We saw that in 2020 with new election rules that made cheating so much easier. Jews love the game because the smart win over the dumb. It’s like chess is a game of wits that favors the smart. As Jews know they’re smarter, they love to play the game and win. But are they good losers on occasions where they lose, as in 2016? No, they are the sorest losers and go about changing the rules of the game to win. Having lost the game of Poker to Trump in 2016, Jews had many cards up their sleeves in 2020. Jews resort to principles as third option. So, when Jews weren’t at the top, they pretended to be for free speech and constitutional rights. Jews in the ACLU made a big stink about liberty, even defending the speech of Nazis and KKK. But look at them now. They are totally okay with Big Tech silencing everyone and turn a blind eye to the suppression of BDS. With Jews, You Lose.

    When Jews spread lies, it’s ‘freedom of the press’. Apparently, ‘fake news’ is spread only by people Jews hate. When Jews spread terror and pull off coups around the world, it’s for ‘liberal democracy’ or ‘human rights’. But when national governments push back against Jewish globo-hegemonism, they are ‘autocracies’. According to Jews, true European Values are all about opening up the continent to Africa, Asia, and Middle East so that ‘New Europeans’ will replace ‘white racist Europeans’ who have no right of identity and culture. So, the only proper way for a European to be a good ‘European’ is to surrender his birthright, history, and territory. Like Barbara Specter the hideous Zionist said, “Europe cannot survive” unless it learns to welcome the Great Replacement. But then, white goyim are dumb enough to fall for this. If a Swede in Israel told Jews that Israel cannot survive unless Jews welcome tons of Africans, Hindus, Chinese, and Muslims as ‘New Israelis’, Jews would laugh at him. But white goyim, so idolatrously worshipful of Jews, listen with abated breath at ‘Jewish wisdom’, which is really Jewish lies to weaken and control goy domains via divide-and-rule strategy. Jews are stingy with power. When Jews give advice to goyim, it isn’t to teach goyim to become more successful and more independent but to become weaker and more dependent on Jews. What people and nation since the end of the Cold War have benefitted from taking advise from Jews? What happened to Russia in the 90s? What is the Jewish Plan for Hungary?

    But then, whites go along with the status quo without naming the Jew. I’ll bet even the ‘insurrectionists’ on January 6 believe that China, Iran, Russia, or Venezuela were the main culprits in the election fraud when, in fact, it was THE JEWS. People this dumb, delusional, or dastardly will not win. Great things must grow from a sound foundation. This is why you don’t plant seeds in rocks and pebbles or in the ocean. You plant them in soil with plenty of moisture and sunlight. Not naming the Jew is like planting seeds in the desert. Sidney Powell can blame Venezuela, Linh Wood can blame China, General Flynn can blame Iran, and the Deplorables can blame the ‘left’, but it’s the Jews. (If the true Left is in charge, how come BDS is suppressed by all sides? BDS is usually associated with the Left as it calls for EQUAL JUSTICE for Jews and Palestinians than always favoring Jews uber Palestinians. If the real Left dominates America, BDS would be protected under the Constitution. But there is hardly any real Left in the US that is controlled by Jews. Idolatry of Jewish Power, not ideology of leftist principles, is the only real handbook in the land.)
    The tree of truth and power will grow and bear fruits for white ONLY IF whites identify and expose Jews as the ruling elites of America. When people become aware of this knowledge, everyone of all races and ideologies will look towards Jews as to why what is happening is happening. It’s all the worse for whites to not name the Jew because Jews are 24/7 into naming the whites or ‘white supremacism’ or ‘systemic racism'(for which whites are made to bear 99% of the blame) as the cause of all problems.
    It’s like whites are trapped in a game of the invisible slapper. A man keeps getting slapped but doesn’t see who is slapping him. So, he blames others without ever identifying who is really turning his face red. And so, the slapping continues and continues, and the slapped fool loses his mind and picks fights with ones who aren’t slapping him. But then, even whites who do know Jews are slapping them turn the other cheek because if they ever complain, they get brass-knuckled in their face. Of course, Jews have allies, and these partners-in-crime hold the whitey for the Jew to slap. But current white mentality is to blame those holding him without ever mentioning the one who is slapping him. Tough talk without honest talk is really worthless. Look at Linh Wood talking tough but never naming the Jew. Useless.

    Video Link

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  144. Poco says:
    @Boris II

    Lick that ass boris. Lick it for all you’re worth.

  145. @Anonymous

    Hey there! I’d like to acknowledge all my fans out there in cyberspace!

    You sound a little upset, Mandrake.

    Why don’t you mix up a grain alcohol and rainwater for yourself and take it easy?

  146. anon[406] • Disclaimer says:

    Pretty amateur effort to involve Iran in a crisis which they had absolutely nothing to do with. You kept throwing completely unsubstantiated lies at Iran throughout. Shameless.
    You think they would stupid enough to get involved in any way with a completely American problem? You are lying.

    • Troll: Agent76
  147. @Buck Ransom

    And what came of that? Nothing. More distraction.
    The JewSA is so kiked you can’t even assume reality anymore, which is hilarious.

    But to be serious, one was a dumb mistake and actually could happen to any busybody.

    The Capitol was an operational zone on Wednesday. Nothing can be assumed to be a coincidence, but a cohencidence.
    Following your theory, any “intel” picked up on a forward operation should be used without checking immediately.

    • Troll: GeneralRipper
    • Replies: @Buck Ransom
  148. @Priss Factor

    Thou protest too much. Big long post for some boomercoon who still say nazi this nazi that.

    • Agree: Schuetze
  149. @Incitatus

    It will take some time yet till fat lady will sing.
    But she will sing. And you can take it to the bank.

  150. Anonymous[290] • Disclaimer says:

    No criticism here. You captured “right of assembly” perfectly. Suckering a peaceful crowd into entering the Capitol, attacking it under false pretenses, and later lying to defame is about as bad a violation of “right of assembly” as you will find.

    Boeing’s chief asset was its ability to design new aircraft. It was taken over by management that fired/sold Boeing’s ability to do that, bought back Boeing stock with Federally loaned money so as to raise the value of Executive bonuses, and described their activity as “rationalization”. Classic organized crime operation: get control of a business, sell its inventory, borrow to buy more inventory, distribute its working capital as executive compensation, and either sell it or declare bankruptcy or simply retire and leave somebody else holding the bag.

    The reason the scam worked is that capital needed to keep US industries current is diverted for political purposes. No point in maintaining an R&D establishment if the capital to use its results will never be available. Note that current Aerospace advances are made by single billionaires, who provide much of the capital used and are rich enough and strong willed enough to operate despite government.

  151. geokat62 says:

    I’ve heard several disparaging references to the Congress before… Knesset West, being one of them.

    But this one by the National Justice Party isn’t too shabby…

    “Brothel on the Hill”

  152. FLgeezer says:
    @Robert Dolan

    Great post Mr. Dolan. As to why they intend to eliminate the white race, it can only be because
    they ascribe the holohoax to our ancestors. And is there
    anything more cowardly than criticizing those who went
    before us and are no longer able to speak in their own
    defense? Simply another aspect of (((their))) psychopathology.

    • Agree: GeneralRipper
    • Replies: @Weave
  153. Gio Con says:

    I don’t think it’s correct to say that this protest was by the “white working class.” That smacks of identity politics rhetoric, and there were blacks and Hispanics in the protest. It was a working class protest, and it was inclusive.

    • Replies: @Sin City Milla
  154. @Incitatus

    I do know that I am slow witted but finally I did figure out that you are insider.
    So please help me here. I cannot catch even a clue why is there this totally rabid hatred for Trump from every possible side. And not only during presidency. The hatred started at the moment when Trump declared his candidacy.
    And please do not tell me that it was all about cushy four years jobs in Government.
    And on top of it Trump actually did stick to the plan. So WHY WHY.
    I am dying from anxiety.
    What happened cannot be wiped out by a few jail sentences.
    It was pioneers stamping out a few steps in the path to follow
    And (somebody already did mention that) one way or the other Trump is not really relevant anymore. (Gate of the barn is open so far only few broncos pranced out. So expect now stampede of the herd.)

  155. @Carolyn Yeager

    Why can’t you guys learn to spell Adolf’s name correctly. Adolph is the French spelling of the name.

    No, it’s the English spelling. Adolphe is the French. Cf. Adolph Green of Broadway, vs. Adolphe Menjou of Hollywood. Menjou’s father was from France.

    • Replies: @Carolyn Yeager
  156. @Carroll Price

    Spite, jelousyy and envy are powerful motivators. What else would you think inspired Yankee hoards to invade and destroy a Southern civilization they could never hope to equal or exceed?

    The only thing to envy in the antebellum South was that white men didn’t have to work. But since nobody else did either, all the Yankee “hoards” had to do was to starve them out. Only half the white men in the north served at all; the other half was busy growing the food. Somebody has to!

    Millions of able white men fled Europe and the British Isles in the mid-19th century. Almost none of them went South.

    • Replies: @Bert
    , @Carroll Price
  157. @Philip Owen

    They had the time and money to travel to Washington.

    Everybody but nurses has time on their hands at the moment.

    Over 80 million live within a six-hour drive of DC, almost all paying under \$2.50 for gas. (Pennsylvania, the birthplace of oil, seems to be overtaxed these days.)

  158. JWalters says:
    @Priss Factor

    Thanks for the great clip of Godfather Netanyahu giving orders to the thoroughly bought and blackmailed Congress. It reminds me of the brilliant opening scene of John Huston’s movie We Were Strangers, in which the cowed Senators of Cuba “vote” for their own subjegation.

    A tactical detail – I’d suggest specifying “Jewish mafia”, since there are some staunch anti-Zionist Jews who are among the most effective resistors to Zionism.

  159. All year long, I don’t recall any BLM/Antifa “demonstrators” getting killed by police — except for 1 who killed a Trump supporter. The Left rioted & destroyed with impunity. But when right wingers demonstrate, the police have no fear of anti-police reprisals from the violent lefties — so the police can kill with impunity.

    • Replies: @Sin City Milla
  160. @Temporary Insanity

    The final scenes of the demise of the traditional America has its roots in its ability to defend the White Christian Woman

    But is she worth defending?

    • Replies: @Temporary Insanity
  161. Weave says:
    @Temporary Insanity

    I’m torn. As a Christian woman myself I absolutly know that I cannot trust my kin. I wish Christian men would protect their own, but I also know how duplicitous them bitches be.

    • Replies: @Temporary Insanity
  162. @DrWatson

    Wow, what the fuck? Get off Unz on your work computer, knucklehead. And don’t install Tor anywhere. Good lord!

  163. Kma815 says:

    Yes, the white working class currently has the luxury of taking off a few days from work, flying across the country and staying at the Hyatt. This is white middle/upper-middle class. A bunch of angry privileged white people who are angry that they no longer get their way.

    • Troll: GeneralRipper
    • Replies: @NoobSpyBot
  164. Anonymous[401] • Disclaimer says:
    @Steve Naidamast

    > “two wrongs don’t make a right”

    They do in algebra (- x – = +). And when using violence (punch counterpunch). And in fighting forest fires with fire. You suggest others understand “complexities,” yet utter simplistic aphorisms yourself.

    I sense a shiteload of hot-air coming….

    >”there is no defending either side for what happened in Washington DC”

    Sparky, if you fence-sit long enough you’ll saw your arse in half.

    Were the Allies and Axis equally guilty?

    Were French peasants as corrupt as the Ancien Regime?

    Do you think armchair “ponderings” ever solve problems?

    Do you only act when everything is perfect, and you have full info, and the results are perfectly guaranteed?

    >”to call the people who stormed the capitol building patriots is quite a stretch.”

    Yes, yes! They should have Monday-morning quarterbacked like….YOU!

    I’m sure Pedo Joe and Kamaltoe will make you First Advice-Giver.


    > “a good portion of the citizens in this country are not the brightest bulbs”

    Unlike you, Queen. Unlike you.

    > “The results no doubt have become very complex issues that cannot be resolved by seeing rioters in DC as patriots.”

    Yes, yes. Better for proles to sit on asses, letting antifa/BLM run amok while an election is stolen, while you come up with the One Guaranteed Solution.

    > “Trump is a severely sick sociopath”

    Unlike you…an all-knowing saint who puts his Big Thoughts into timely practice. Right?

    >”Congress in general is a completely dysfunctional institution”

    Amazing! How many PhDs did it take you to conclude that? Now…tell us your once-and-mighty solution? Better yet: pick up a flag, rally us Deplorables, and lead us to assured victory!

    > “their inability to simply remove a man who is so psychologically damaged”

    You, of course, would have simply shot him. Right?

    >”I suggest you read Mary Trump’s incisive book”

    Did you read her Magna Carta before or after consulting the Piltdown Man?

    >”Mary Trump’s book exposes what any intelligent person could see”

    Don’t be shy. You mean what you, Señor Mucho Intelligentsio, could see!

    > “There is absolutely no defending Trump or any of his supporters, all of which appear to be living on another planet altogether.”

    Smugly opined by YOU from Uranus.

    > “we all have experienced severe damage to our country’s social fabric that must be repaired”

    And again: YOU…you Savior of Menschkind…will show us how it’s done, right Herr Polonius Dos?

    >”everyone has to understand our economic and political histories from the standpoint of reality”

    Dang! Reality? Why hasn’t anyone in history ever thought of that “standpoint” before?

    >”You want to correct this situation than you had better understand the complexities”

    Why can’t we also sit on our ever-expanding fundaments like you, bloviating mightily online?

    > “We must return to our Constitutional roots”

    Lead on, MacDoofus!

    > “such an antiquated document cannot in its existing form support the needs of modern life”

    What? Are you suggesting the Founders didn’t have iPads? Why the nerve!

    >”modified to do so both fairly and equitably for all”

    Plus let a thousand bloomers flower!

    Tell us, Oh Wise One: how will you ejimicate Tyrone and Latisha per your “complexities” of modern Constitutional living? What ghetto storefront stoop might we hear you pontificating from?

    • Replies: @Weave
  165. I agree with the sentiments in this article. Several people I know who mostly sympathize with the Dissident Right regrettably lamented the events of the 6th. Their civics class, Faux News Conservatism was showing. The Capitol is largely inhabited by evil grifters who have shat on patriotic White Americans for decades, and they deserve neither our respect nor our admiration.

    • Agree: GeneralRipper
  166. @Kma815

    Yup, the White, working, industry-producing, tax-paying, welfare-funding middle/lower-middle classes and unemployed-via-government mandate decided that they were tired of being passive enablers of criminal politicians and victims of unworthy usurpers. Your Anti-White coalition cannot win in a fair fight.

  167. @Robert Dolan

    The Jew is the paragon of an amoral opportunist.

    • Agree: Kolya Krassotkin
  168. Anonymous[134] • Disclaimer says:

    January 6th better be the end of the beginning, or it will be the beginning of the end.

    It’s neither.

    It’s only the beginning of the beginning – of a very, very long struggle.

  169. Feryl says:

    Perhaps some of the cops were not getting clear or practical orders (and/or did not have the appropriate equipment or manpower to resist a massive crowd) and felt as if the safest thing to do was get out of the way. After all “standing down” to Left wing mobs as they swarm government buildings has happened numerous times over the last 10 years (see: Wisconsin capitol occupation of 2011 and the anti-Kavanaugh occupation of 2018).

  170. Ugetit says:

    Your comment provides a lot of food for thought, especially since the basic message follows a discernible pattern, but suffers from a lack of references, so please provide them.

    BTW, Leslie Fry would agree.

  171. Ugetit says:
    @Majority of One

    Also completely ignored is the mass media of mind-control and mass manipulation. In terms of understanding the workings of our government on behalf of a plutocratic oligarchy; the American people are almost totally out to lunch.


    The current “drama” is part of a true world war and, thanks to the globalist PR machines that have been operating for the last century, only few have any idea.

  172. Bert says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    The only thing to envy in the antebellum South was that white men didn’t have to work.

    Lordy Mercy, you are pathetically ignorant. Only a small minority of Southern families owned even one slave. Read Frank Owsley’s “Plain Folk of the Old South” so that you don’t embarrass yourself again.

    But since nobody else did either, all the Yankee “hoards” had to do was to starve them out.

    490,000 Southerners were killed, wounded, captured, or missing in battle. Do you know anything about anything?

    • Thanks: GeneralRipper
    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  173. @Andy Horton

    And following the Jews’ Book has gotten the European-American Nation into trouble it has gotten into… when they were pagans, their women fought side by side with their menfolk to defend what was theirs but now with the Middle East “holy” book, they are definitely screwed until the kingdom come!

  174. @I'm Tyrone

    Absolutely! Without her it’s just whites with lower case “W” and their colored offspring.

    • Replies: @I'm Tyrone
  175. @Weave

    It isn’t just case of protecting but of showing respect including making the right White Christian Woman president of these united states.

  176. “Always mystify, mislead, and surprise the enemy, if possible.”
    Stonewall Jackson

    I belief we mystified and surprised the enemy. And the enemy is our government. Now is the time to stoke the fires of discontent. I emailed all goverment from governors, congressman, Senate and told them they were wimps. The fear factor has been reversed and they have shown there true colors.
    Declaration of Independence clearly states:
    That to secure these Rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just Powers from the Consent of the Governed, that whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these Ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it.

    “Now is the time to exercise these rights. Stand for something or fall for anything”

    “The most dangerous man to any government is the man who is able to think things out… without regard to superstitions and taboos. Almost inevitably he comes to the conclusion that the government he lives under is dishonest, insane, intolerable.”
    H.L. Mencken

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

    “Republics decline into democracies, and democracies degenerate into despotisms.”

    “The enemy is here, and if we do not whip him, he will whip us”
    Robert E. Lee

    “Power does not corrupt men; fools however, if they get into a position of power, corrupt power”
    George Bernard Shaw

    Don’t sit idle confront the enemy. Email them, call them. Let them know they are wimps and we have had enough. Just don’t be stupid and threaten them with violence. Let’s abolish this corrupt institution. What they fear the most is losing there power. Everybody should copy that part of the Declaration of Independence and send it to there congressman, senators and governors and let’s not forget about the white house. If you need a well written letter feel free to email me and I’ll send you a copy.

  177. @Reg Cæsar

    You must be right; I didn’t know there was a separate English spelling. Thanks for cluing me in.

  178. Weave says:

    I think I love you. That was a joy to read.

  179. Weave says:

    Their hatred of us started way before WWII.

  180. @Agent76

    …videos show police letting protesters beyond the barricades and in some cases they march them right up to the front door!

    Well, that means theyre not all bad.

  181. @Reg Cæsar

    Millions of able white men fled Europe and the British Isles in the mid-19th century. Almost none of them went South.

    Well, since one Southerner equaled three Yankees in every major battle, the best ones must have come South.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  182. @Philip Owen

    Brown shirts put Hitler in power and kept in the running before he came to power. What happened to them. They morphed into the SS an even more political force in the Reich.

    • Replies: @Philip Owen
    , @Zarathustra
  183. Big Brother acknowledged that we live in “1984”: Google banned #1984 hashtag.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  184. @Temporary Insanity

    Well then knock yourself out while she takes the house, the kids, your sanity, and then mates with the colored anyway.

  185. @Gio Con

    Keep telling yourself that when the ethnic cleansing begins.

  186. @Ficticious

    We are entering a brutal dictatorship that came to power by a coup. They are already taking political prisoners n suppressing information. Next will be midnight arrests by the corrupt FBI on fake charges.

  187. @Bert

    490,000 Southerners were killed, wounded, captured, or missing in battle. Do you know anything about anything?

    More were lost to disease on both sides. However, your backhanded compliment of Union soldiers is appreciated.

    But that’s an awful lot of white men to lose. Who was left to grow the food?

    Only a small minority of Southern families owned even one slave.

    And when their boys were off at war, who was growing the food? There is nobody left. Just old men and women.

    Many in the mountains opposed the CSA because they had no love for a pro-black regime run by rich white men. I saw many of their graves in Nashville.

    • Replies: @Bert
  188. @Dingo bay rum

    They were killed off by the SS.

    • Replies: @Dingo bay rum
    , @HeebHunter
  189. Chipkid says:

    Flat out murdered Ashli this motherfucker needs 2 b fried

  190. @AnonFromTN

    Big Brother acknowledged that we live in “1984”: Google banned #1984 hashtag.

    China bans 6, 4, and 89, for similar reasons:

  191. @Carroll Price

    With all the young white men in the field, there were no young white men in the fields. Hence, no food. Starvation.

    Cold states had half the growing season, but also had half their young white men at home. That’s why Union soldiers could eat.

    You can’t feed an army without white men to grow the food. You’d have to import it– and get it through the blockades.

  192. @Dingo bay rum

    SS were exclusively German nobility.
    SA were working class.

    • Replies: @Zarathustra
  193. @Zarathustra

    Waffen SS were working class, but the command structure were nobility.

  194. Kenny C says:
    @Steve Naidamast

    OMG! Thank you for such a sensible comment. This is the 86th comments on this article and, Sir, you’re brilliant. And for those who supported Trump they didn’t really see the damages he’s done to this country. Just look at the US dollar and the price of gold. If Trump remains in power for another four more years, USA would lose its world superpower status sooner rather than later.

  195. @Steve Naidamast

    First six paragraphs on point. Sadly, degenerates into the usual psycho-babble that pervades both “news” and most opinion publication today. Quit while you’re ahead. There are plenty of other people to flog the dead horse. If you stayed with the facts many people, me included, would take you serious.

  196. “Unfortunately, as Caldwell describes it, other radical actors got hold of the ambiguities of the bill and turned it on its head with the development of Affirmative Action, which led to a variety of other sociological effects such as Political Correctness.”


    not quite. Don’t be vague. The civil rights act was hijacked by whites. It was targeted to discrimination against blacks across the country.

    The two groups who managed to bend it out of its intention were whites women and same sex practitioners, who pounced on the non color language to expand its target base and thereby all but eliminating blacks altogether.

    The deeper reality is that you didn’t need a civil rights act, because the issues already indicated that the states were violating the constitution. The feds just needed to enforce the law. but as history would have it, whites have a hard time holding their fellow whites accountable — especially when they think power and or money is at stake. Pretty obvious after the civil war that protecting the rights of black citizens or native americans was not in the best interest of whites – hence putting the matter down on paper. The vague language opened the door to abuse by whites and why even something as simple as AA has benefited more whites by the tune of 80% or more.
    As for AA proposals to redress discrimination they have been around since the 1930,s and when enforced usually led to whites rioting and destroying black neighborhoods, beatings and murdering of the same.


    As for political correct speech, white female academics initial attempts to level the linguistic rhetoric of work spaces in dealing with harassment and became a movement. Again weaponized by homosexual and feminists advocacy groups almost exclusively white.


    The “few” violent actors in DC had nothing to with the the civil rights act. It would take more hoola hops to make that case and then it still would not make the case.

  197. Well said. It didn’t bother me at all to see the politicians scared. They live an insulated existence from those they rule. Well, they thought so. The capitol is “The People’s House”, right? Wednesday was a taste of what’s coming if the left thinks they can issue dictates to the rest of us.

  198. @Philip Owen

    No, some of the leaders were eliminated.The rest were absorbed into the army or SS.Imagine if we had the brown shirts when our politicians start playing games with the fbi,cia and federal marshals.Where are they when we need them!!

  199. @Buck Ransom

    And that contradicts what I said how? The stormers who stole it better put the damn thing in a Faraday cage. Otherwise, one day they will wake up to a flash bang and their dog shot.

  200. @Philip Owen

    This is the extend of an ami’s understanding of National Socialist Germany.

  201. Anon[556] • Disclaimer says:

    January 5, 2021

    The Honorable Jeffery Rosen The Honorable Ryan D. McCarthy Acting United States Attomcy General Secretary of the Army 9. Pennsylvania Ave, NW 101 Army Pentagon Washington, DC 20530 Washington, DC 20310 Thc Honorable Chris Miller Acting Secretary of Defense 1000 Defense Pentagon Washing.. DC 20301

    Dear Acting Attorney General Rosen, Secretary McCarthy and Acting Secretary Miller:


    As the law enforcement agency chargcd with protecting residents and visitors throughout the District of Columbia, the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) is prepared for this week’s First Amendment activities. MPD has coorthnated with its federal partners, namely thc US Park Police, US Capitol Police and US Secret Service—all of whom regularly have uniformed personnel protecting federal assets in the District of Columbia. This week, MPD has additional logistical support of unarmed members of the DC National Guard, who will work under the direction of, and in coordination with, MPD.

    The District of Columbia Government has not requested personnel from any other federal law enforcement agencies. To avoid confusion, we ask that any request for additional assistance be coordinated using thc same proccss and procedures.

    We are mindful that in 2020, MPD was expected to perform the dcmanding taslcs of policing large crow, while working around unidentifiable personnel deployed in the District of Columbia without proper coordination. Unidentifiable personnel—in many cases, armed—caused confusion among residents and visitors and could become a national security threat with no way for MPD and federal law enforcement to dcciphcr armed groups.

    To be clear, the District of Colttmbia is not requesting other federal law enforcement personnel and discourages any additional deployment without immediate notification to, and consultation with, MPD if such plans are underway. The protection of persons and property is our utmost concern and responsibility. MPD is well trained and prepared to lead the law enforcement, coordination and response to allow for the peaceful demonstration of First Amendment rights in the District of Columbia.

    Muriel Bowser
    Cc: Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton

  202. @Priss Factor

    Thanks, I thought I was the only one to see parallels between what happened and 1979. Seventy nine saw working class White America breaking away from the democratic party after the betrayals culminating in the Boston bussing riots, two years before. The constant lecturing about our short comings, from academia, the press, Jimmy Carter and the entertainment world finally had an impact, the Levittown gas riots, Disco Demolition and even the Greensboro massacre (granted the players there were further out on the spectrum, but white angst enabled that event). Following that year, and the inability of Carter to do ANYTHING concerning the Iran crisis gave us the Reagan democrats and shifted the way people thought of our nation away from the leftist fringes we had gotten to, remember in 1971 we were introduced to Archie Bunker, a caricature of white working America, who by 1979 was beginning to be seen as an ‘accurate’ portrayal of the white man, the character hadn’t changed, the way people talked about him had. But by 1984 we had gotten Springsteen’s ‘Born in the USA’ meant as an indictment of American values, it was repurposed into almost an American anthem for the last half of the baby boomers. I expect to see a seismic shift in politics and perhaps a strong pushback against critical race theory.

  203. Publius 2 says:
    @Priss Factor

    Most readers here know all of this.

    The question is, what are we going to do about it? What can be done?

  204. @kulminator

    The “BLIND RAGE” of Trump supporters?? As compared to what, the blind rage of supporters of the democratic party that last summer, burned down countless city blocks of small businesses, murdered some people and looted their livelihoods?? That’s the neatest example of role switching I’ve ever read in my life. Yeah, the blind rage of Trump supporters…sigh…

  205. A.K.Patal says:

    “Trump bans Muslims–no problem
    Trump hands over Jerusalem and the Golan Heights to Israel–no problem
    Trump murders Gen. Soleimani–no problem

    Trump goads on his useful idiots to take over the Capitol–impeach the bastard.

    The US is effed, no matter who’s in charge.”

    Couldn’t say it better!

  206. Bert says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    The Federal forces deserve no compliment. Their combat effectiveness was less than half that of the Confederates. Here are the data and calculations.

    CSA military = 1,082,119 USA military = 2,128,948

    CSA casualties = 490, 309 USA casualties = 596,670

    USA casualty per CSA fighter = 596,670/1,082,119 = 0.55

    CSA casualty per USA fighter = 490,309/2,128,948 =0.23

    Ratio of casualties inflicted per fighter = 0.23/0.55 = 0.42

    The Federal forces displayed 42% of the combat effectiveness of the Confederate forces. Or in a more concrete way to put it, per man Southerners put out of action more than twice as many of their opponents than Northerners could manage to do despite the latter’s overwhelming logistical advantages.

    OK, now carry on with your non-sequiturs.

    • Replies: @JohnDoe20212021
  207. @Roacheforque

    The guy who wrote this article is mostly wrong. Everything that happened is great could not have gone better. The racist supremacist global Jewish slave empire dictatorship has shown its face and will have to continue to do so openly to stay in power. This is a massive defeat for them as they can only thrive in darkness and secrecy. They now openly commit massive vote fraud on a massive scale. The 1% media openly lies on a massive scale. They Epstein rape Goyim children openly. Trans genders will crush women sports It would be great, I really hope transgenders take overall women’s sports completely, the Olympics, boxing etc., everything and immediately, the sooner the better. Feminists supported it so now they will get exactly what they asked for and feminists and feminism will be proven to be the women hating organizational movement funded by the criminal elite that it is. Bravo more please. They are now drinking their own koolaid.

    Its perfect that “killmilla: Harris will be engaged in major murderous persecution of the Goyim, especially white Christian goyim as the economy collapses.

    The conditions have been set for the empire to be overthrown in the USSA. The more the Zio persecute and follow the plan they used in the Soviet Union with the CHEKA, Yagoda and the gulag the better. It’s the descendants of those who murdered the 66 million in the Soviet Union who now run America.

    Just wait until it costs \$400 plus for a loaf of bread and there is mass unemployment (you think there is unemployment now just wait. There will be famine in the USSA, what should still be a rich country now a 4th world Zio shithole. The Zio empire is pouring the gasoline and the economic collapse will be the match.

    Look what just happened with Robin hood trading really Zio Sherriff Hood stealing. Again, they had to show their face and use their power openly to crush the Goyim retail stock traders to protect Zio multi trillion-dollar criminal and corrupt hedge funds. Perfect more please.

    Unfortunately, most people can’t learn from the mistakes of others and have to get hammered themselves.

    No way the empire can order their USSA slaves to invade or attack Iran it will be the end of the Zio dollar the empire and the USSA Zio government.

    They can only militarily attack Venezuela and expect any kind of victory, so they can get the oil for free to prop up the bankrupt USSA economy, the Zio dollar and the racist supremacist global Jewish satanic slave empire dictatorship. This is why uncle Joe Stalin Biden cancelled the Key stone pipeline as they expect to get the heavy oil from Venezuela not Canada and from Venezuela it will be free. They still won’t get the oil as it is easy to sabotage such large oil facilities.

    Trump along with Assange and Snowden just made it more obvious what the empire is.

    Still, none of it would matter if not for the massive corruption and criminality, mostly by the Zio criminal elite etc. causing the economic, technological, social, moral and military decline of the empire, especially the USSA, Corruption and criminality which has been increasing for 50 plus years, especially the last 30. Read Paul Craig Roberts.

    • Replies: @Roacheforque
  208. @Bert

    The confederacy was a zio abomination ruled by Benjamin Judah and the zio empire look it up.
    They also created and ran the KKK to enforce Zio debt slavery on blacks and also invented and ran the Nazi and Comunist parties.

  209. @JohnDoe20212021

    I hope you feel better now. One thing I agree on (I think) is that Trump has indeed revealed the truth to the sleeping patriot.

  210. lloyd says: • Website

    Because they’re white? They don’t do that ever.

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