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Veteran immigration patriots will recall Governor Richard Lamm [D-CO] and his famous 2003 speech “I Have a Plan to Destroy America” .He outlined nightmarish proposals that have now become unchallengeable public policy: making America a bilingual country; encouraging multiculturalism instead of assimilation to the Historic American Nation; promotion of divided loyalties; and, perhaps most presciently, getting “the big foundations and big business to give these efforts a lot of money” in the cause of “Victimology.” From the perspective of even just 15 years ago, America looks conquered and the Regime Media wants to finish the job of dispossession [The Washington Post: Treat America Like a Conquered Nation, by Gregory Hood, American Renaissance, June 11, 2021]. I’d like to update Governor Lamm’s speech with what’s going on today.

My revised plan to destroy America would have three parts:

  • First, make sure ordinary Americans can’t own property and thus build wealth by increasing equity in their homes.
  • Second, immiserate Americans with low wages and create a second permanent underclass by what President Joe Biden has called “unrelentingmass immigration.
  • Finally, systematically teach those groups who are already given special privileges, protections and set-asides by government that they are actually oppressed and need to demand more.

All three elements of the program are in place today. If you want to see what our future looks like, it’s probably South Africa but worse.

First, let’s consider the question of property ownership. A popular meme quotes from a video from the World Economic Forum, a “non-governmental organization” that helps organize some of the most powerful people in politics, economics, and culture in pursuit of common goals. A video from this group in 2018 tells us that in the near future “you’ll own nothing and you’ll be happy.”

Reuters assures us this is taken out of context and is simply a possible prediction and an attempt to “start a discussion” [Fact check: The World Economic Forum does not have a stated goal to have people own nothing by 2030, February 25, 2021].

Of course, given that the World Economic Forum is also where “The Great Reset” (also promoted by Time) and the endlessly repeated “Build Back Better” slogans come from, perhaps we should be a little suspicious of the Regime Media’s assurances and start to wonder where this “discussion” is going [To build back better, we must reinvent capitalism. Here’s how, by Peter Bakker and John Elkingo, World Economic Forum, July 13, 2020].

If anything like one of the Regime Media’s “conversations about race,” it’s going to be something more like a screeching lecture from our rulers.

Thus, Bloomberg tells us that home ownership is probably going to be out of the question for most Americans but this is actually a good thing.

Rising real-estate prices are stoking fears that homeownership, long considered a core component of the American dream, is slipping out of reach for low- and moderate-income Americans. That may be so — but a nation of renters is not something to fear. In fact, it’s the opposite.

[America Should Become a Nation of Renters, by Karl Smith, June 17, 2021]

Of course, this is the exact opposite of the “Affordable Family Formation” that a serious country would pursue for its citizens or constituents. The financialization of the housing market means that people can’t build up equity and wealth by owning and developing property. A country of renters isn’t a country at all, but simply a conglomeration of consumers who have no ties to any locality, community, or people.

Perhaps that’s the point.

Interestingly enough, someone can afford to buy all those homes. It turns out that it’s BlackRock, among other investment firms [BlackRock, other investment firms ‘killing the dream’ of home ownership, journalist says, by Charles Creitz, Fox News, June 12, 2021]. BlackRock is the largest asset manager in the world and one of the leading champions of Woke Capital [Larry Fink’s 2021 letter to CEOs, Blackrock].

Ben Shapiro assures us that this is all just fine, the free market at work and all that.

He doesn’t mention that BlackRock essentially operates as an arm of the government, helping the Fed manage bailout payments and bond purchases [Massive bailout leaves Wall Street giant exposed to fire from all sides, by Victoria Guida, Politico, June 7, 2020].

As is so often the case on every issue that matters, the liberal media is on the same side as Respectable Right opinion [This is wealth redistribution”: Blackrock and other Institutional Investors Buying Entire Neighborhoods At Huge Premiums, by “Tyler Durden,” ZeroHedge, June 12, 2021].

All agree the real problem isn’t BlackRock, but local governments who don’t want their communities turned into overdeveloped urban hellscapes.

And, wouldn’t you know it, the Biden Administration is advancing a plan, under the guise of “infrastructure,” that would prevent communities from limiting neighborhoods to single-family housing. It’s simply a continuation of the “flood the suburbs” agenda the Obama Administration pursued with its housing policy [AFFH: Four Letters that Spell TROUBLE, by Gregory Hood, American Renaissance, September 18, 2020].

Who will be populating these emerging favelas? Naturally, the worldwide flood of migrants (legal and illegal) that are coming to America now that border enforcement has essentially been abolished. Illegal immigration has surged by 674% from last May [Ted Cruz Wallops Joe Biden For Touring Europe Instead Of Inspecting Southern Border Crisis, by Wendell Husebo, Breitbart, June 15, 2021].

President Biden is already seeking to expand legal immigration, which will further the already disastrous housing conditions in tech hubs like San Francisco [Biden Aims to Rebuild and Expand Legal Immigration, by Michael Shear and Zolan Kanno-Youngs, New York Times, May 31, 2021].

This process leads to a negative feedback cycle. Progressives move away from cities suffering from soaring costs of living and crime and go to conservative areas, where they vote in the same destructive process they just fled [COVID-19 Set America’s Housing Market On Fire. That Could Alter U.S. Politics For A Generation, by Peter Lane Taylor, Forbes, March 11, 2021]. One is reminded of the “locust” aliens from Independence Day traveling from place to place, leaving desolation in their wake.

This population pressure from mass immigration is a feature, not a bug, from the Progressive perspective. The combination of endless immigration, population increase, and urbanization ensures a permanent Progressive majority.

It also means that any allegedly Progressive goals, such as reducing inequality or protecting the environment, become impossible to achieve. But who cares about that when you have power?

Of course, there’s a final ingredient for this program of national deconstruction to work. There must be eternal racial conflict and powerful incentives for people not to assimilate to a common culture. This is where Critical Race Theory comes in.


Perhaps uniquely in the history of the world, the American government is actually inciting its population into a state of permanent resentment and lawlessness, creating an ever-swelling parasitic class. There is no point at which “equity” can realistically be attained. And so the racket will continue forever.

We are already trapped in this situation with African-Americans, the bulk of whom at least have the excuse of having been brought here as slaves. (Vice President Kamala Harris does not have that excuse, her cringe-inducing attempts to relate to most black Americans notwithstanding.)

Mass immigration means that we are importing another permanent underclass, incentivized and rewarded by academia, media and the government into destroying American institutions.

The “country” will emerge at the other end of this process will be barely worthy of the name. It will be a landmass full of shiftless, random consumers desperately trying to flee each other but trapped by permanent financial serfdom. There will be no uniting culture, ethnicity, or even political myth. There will be just permanent, simmering conflict with an increasingly authoritarian government using naked repression against the naïve white Americans who keep the failed experiment stumbling along.

If I were deliberately trying to destroy the country, I wouldn’t be doing anything differently than what our rulers currently are.

If there’s one problem with Governor Lamm’s speech, it’s that he didn’t anticipate just how malevolent our Hostile Elite really is.

(Republished from VDare by permission of author or representative)
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  1. The Favelas will always vote for bigger government and more handouts. Take Canada for example.

    Canada is on board with growing its rentier economy. The immigrant hordes of the major cities out-vote real Canadians. The resource wealth of Canada is then disbursed to them through social justice spending, which then trickles up to the richest economic stake-holders.

    This is why you have economically depressed areas of Canada somehow growing faster today than in the 1950’s and 60’s heyday of blue collar work.

  2. The supply and demand law of economics still apply.

    If immigration is capped prices will fall. Panic selling by landlords who don’t want to face repair bills or vacancies will have a snowball effect.

    Mass immigration is a bomb that will detonate when US Dollar devaluation drags everything down with it.

  3. KenH says:

    Veteran immigration patriots will recall Governor Richard Lamm [D-CO] and his famous 2003 speech

    Lamm was actually a moderate Democrat who didn’t hate America and white people. I’m surprised he hasn’t been forced to apologize and prostate himself for his 2003 opposition to mass immigration and multiculturalism.

    I believe (((Blackrock’s))) motive for buying up single family residences is to put fine print in the leases which will allow them to evict white political dissidents. Don’t complain because after all the liberetardians and leftists will remind us that they are a private company who can do as they please.

    In the Soviet Union if one made too much trouble for the communist officials they would be kicked out of their apartment and have their food rations cut. Patriotard types always told us that it can’t happen here but it is.

  4. I think it seems strange that suddenly we are hearing about this Blackrock, the most horrible corporation in the world. Not that I don’t hate what they are doing and think the crooks belong in jail. But regular people never heard of Blackrock until just recently.

    Isn’t it strange when all of a sudden the news teaches you a new term?

    And don’t tell me that you heard of it before. I know: you’re special.

    But regular people, I assure you, never heard of it, because it was never in the news. And I wonder if there is a hidden reason behind its hiddenness before and its visibility now.

  5. UNIT472 says:

    Blackrock can borrow directly from the Fed. This means they and banks can borrow at the Federal Funds rate (currently 0.25 percent) to buy homes. That’s overnight money but big institutions have no trouble rolling overnight money into longterm money. In fact the Fed actually helps them do this by supporting the repo market.

    The purpose of the Fed lowering interest rates was not to give Blackrock and other lenders low rates to buy residential property but to lower the interest rate consumers paid for a mortgage, car loan etc. Wall St. having swallowed up every other income stream in the country to the point mom and pop can’t even open a hamburger stand without having to compete with mega burger chains now wants to move in on the last frontier left. Residential real estate.

    Congress needs to tell the banks and Blackrock they will pay the exact same interest rate for a home loan as John Q. Public would pay to buy a rental home including points and not bundle their homes to buy insurance but have a separate policy for every house they own same as a private citizen

  6. Yup, this is why I’m getting the FO. Good article, succinct, touches on most of the relevant points. You’d maybe think “America is becoming Brazil!” but no, Brazil doesn’t scapegoat it’s whites. American life will be far worse for us. And actually, we have higher a economic disparity than Brazil already. We’ve just enjoyed the momentum of the past, but that momentum is just about spent. This already has been the case for the much younger generation. One of my friends has a STEM PhD but is currently living in a renovated garage, for example. The future of the average US citizen is bleak. Get a degree in finance and you can make some great \$ moving paper around though.

    • Agree: Robjil, Bernie
  7. @obwandiyag

    Probably. Maybe it’s the next designated scapegoat corp for the next crash. An offering to satisfy the low-info angry plebs who lose their houses and savings. Don’t worry, the other evil corps will be fine. Things won’t change. Americans have become sufficiently indolent, racially divided and dumbed down. There’s no real populist threat.

  8. I hope I’m wrong, but I suspect we’ll see most of the homes rented to Section 8 residents. It will be an insidious style of biological warfare as excellent communities and schools are ruined overnight. Small town police who usually enforce 33mph in a 30mph ticket zone will now suddenly encounter “DindunNuffins” with all the violence and belligerence that they treat members of law enforcement. This will guarantee a repeat of the George Floyd/Mike Brown incidents, complete with the leftist media angle of KKK Kops shooting physics students on the way to the laboratory.

  9. @KenH

    Kirkpatrick failed to mention what Governor Lamm is most famous for. He supported physician assisted suicide, and, in 1984, he said old folks “have a duty to die.” I wonder, though, since Lamm is still alive and kicking at age 85, if he has re-thought his position.

    In 1996, I supported Lamm in his short-lived run for the presidential nomination in Ross Perot’s Reform Party. However, two days after announcing, ol’ Ross wasn’t having it, and ran against him, cutting him off at the knees.

  10. @beavertales

    Once the craven Progressives achieve their coveted utopia what makes anyone think they’ll have need for voting anymore?

    Do the slaves in China vote? No they don’t. If you want to vote you have to join the party. And, only those that are members of the National Congress get to vote. But, those votes are just a facade to give an aura of legitimacy to the policy decisions taken by the upper nomenklatura.

    Kinda like what we have here in the US. Corporate interests write policy papers which are then translated into legislative bills to be voted on by members of Congress. Of course the members of Congress are too busy accepting bribes, otherwise known as campaign contributions, to bother even reading the legislative bill before voting on it.

    Just having the US Congress or the Chinese Communist National Congress vote and pass a bill is mere rubber stamping.

    And, here all along, you thought you lived in a representative democracy.

  11. There will be no uniting culture, ethnicity, or even political myth.

    Ahhh, that’s the next step. The population will be united in the crucible of war. Nothing like all those immigrant families losing a loved one and receiving the flag that had adorned his casket to bind them to their new nation.

    Nothing melts those disparate identities like the searing fire of war. It’s just a question of who shall be the next Hitler. Let’s see, eeny meeny miny moe….

    • Agree: Achmed E. Newman
    • LOL: Jim Christian
    • Replies: @anonymous
  12. All of this…..ALL of it……goes back to one thing….the jews “never again” program…..which translates into WRECKING ALL OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION TO PROTECT THE NOSE.

    At this point the small hats have nearly total control of the government so we are seeing a full on assault on white Christian America.

    Say the wrong thing and the chosen ones will close your bank account, shame you on social media, get you fired, and evict you from your home.

    They are the light of the world….doing endless good deeds.

    • Agree: CauCasiAnn
    • Troll: Mark Hunter
    • Replies: @eah
    , @KenH
    , @HT
    , @Sick of Orcs

    ” And another point Adddams is these Christian churches –they should all be burned down as Canada is doing and erecting either a synagogue or mosque —then USA will have freedom and democracy” —-sometimes Abdullah Cohen-Kushner is a hard man to figure out.

  14. @My SIMPLE Pseudonymic Handle

    USA–Voting is like going to the Gong Show with 2 candidates and one has already been gonged–USA version of democarcy—freedom –human rights–nothing but empty words and NO action—just look over the recent Covid stats for starters –600,000 gone —33,000,000 infected and pulling out of Afghanistan with another big Loss.

    • Replies: @Truth
  15. @My SIMPLE Pseudonymic Handle

    “Do the slaves in China vote? No they don’t. If you want to vote you have to join the party. ”

    Not exactly.

    From, “Elections in China” on Wikipedia:

    “Elections in the People’s Republic of China are based on a hierarchical electoral system, whereby local People’s Congresses are directly elected.” (

    However, the rest of your post is 100% spot-on, as it is (almost) exactly like here: once the people vote for the local People’s Congress representatives and a few others (such as village (村) committee members and chairpersons, who are also are directly elected), it’s over. After that, the reps do their own thing with Party elites.

    It’s just that in China the ‘elites’ in the Party do have at least some concern for their people, such as spending nearly a trillion dollars to lift many hundreds of millions of peasants out of grinding poverty, while our elites take the trillions and line their collective pockets and then strive to push the American middle classes over the financial cliff into penury and debt slavery. And that’s a big difference, at least in my view.

  16. nsa says:

    New tsunami of shitty third world quislings on the way to a town near you. The resourceful Talibs have been surrounding then overruning one district Afghan capitol after another, with the defending collaborators quitting and turning over their spiffy new uniforms, western weapons, and humvees to the Talibs in return for their lives. After 20 years of being droned and bombed chickenshit style, the Talibs will be thirsting for revenge so the quislings may not want to stick around to be sorted out. Will the JooMedia cover the fall of Kabul like they covered the fall of Saigon?

  17. @obwandiyag

    Not sure where you get your news and information, but Matt Taibi (formerly) at The Rolling Stone has been squawking about the cancer known as “Blackrock” for many years. Goldman Sachs, too. It’s all part of the Wall Street/City of London financial ‘Vampire Squids’ he describes sucking the life blood out of the world. Not news to anyone who actually tries to keep up on what is really going on in the world, as opposed to lazily lapping up the bullshit propaganda and lies of the MSM. But maybe ‘regular people’ don’t read The Rolling Stone. Or know how to do internet searches to look for the truth rather than turn on the Boob Tube.

    Basically, anyone who relies on the MSM for ‘news and information’ is a lazy, ignorant fool who pretty much gets the mind-screwing they deserve. It’s just that these clueless, badly misinformed folks have a right that makes them somewhat frightening to those of us who actually work hard at keeping properly informed: the right to vote.

    I understand (and generally share) your concern and compassion for your fellow men (and women), which is truly admirable, but the Spanish have an old phrase (“Dios ayuda al que se ayuda”) that my mother, bless her soul, relentlessly drummed into me and my brother’s collective heads (in English): “God helps those that help themselves” (and you don’t even have to believe in god to ‘get it’.)

    Having grown up so instructed, I have less sympathy for those who will not exert effort necessary to improve themselves or expand their horizons in this ‘age of information’…….

    • Replies: @obwandiyag
  18. I know Richard Lamm : please don’t call him a moderate Democrat. He is a fascist pure and simple. He always maintained that the world suffers from overpopulation and that degenerates have to be culled. He is not specifically anti-white in general but he considers that white Americans are a bastardized race by too much comfort and love marriages compared to Whites having lived through constant war conditions as they should be.

    • Replies: @nokangaroos
  19. Anon[158] • Disclaimer says:

    ishares ETFs = Blackrock

    no one should be buying ny ishares products.

  20. It’s as if we have been invaded by reptilian aliens from that Independence Day clip above. Only those that want to kill us are shape shifters able to look like us, talk like us and act like us.
    How do you tell those not aware of what’s happening, that we have been invaded and everything we are told by our overlords is written by those that want us exterminated from the universe.
    I’m not sure how this segment in our evolution is suppose to end, but it doesn’t look to promising.
    Drink up and be merry, thy end is near.

    • Replies: @Lancelot_Link
  21. @beavertales

    The true Iron Laws of really existing Free Market capitalism are those of Predator and Prey, and Parasite and Host. With no fear of socialism after 1989 and Thatcher’s bastard offspring, Blairism (ie US Democrazy politics universalised), the Western ‘Gods Upon the Earth’ went into a feeding frenzy, using debt to leverage oligopolisation, then extracting rentier impositions, driving down the wage shares of GNP, hence increasing inequality, ruining the structure of their corporations by larcenous salaries and bonuses, share buy-backs, instead of investment in capital equipment and R&D, off-shoring to low wage regimes and increasingly financialising the Western ‘economies’, rigging all markets through derivatives, and, finally, drowning everything in a flood of funny money liquidity, a process continuing. At all stages the political vermin, bought and paid for by the oligarchy, funneled more and more money to their Masters, and, of course, to the great centre of all this larceny, Israel.

    • Replies: @Bert
    , @FoSquare
  22. @My SIMPLE Pseudonymic Handle

    The Chinese are NOT ‘slaves’. Such an assertion is big ignorant and a sign of successful brainwashing. In 2019 120 million Chinese traveled overseas as tourists-some ‘slaves’. By the way, the vast majority of Chinese see their system as democratic, because it works for the people, not just the rich, the Western system.

    • Agree: Sarah
    • LOL: Corrupt
    • Troll: TKK
    • Replies: @Anon
    , @James Scott
  23. @UNIT472

    ‘Congress needs to tell the banks…’????!!! Funniest thing I’ve seen all day. My oh my.

    • Agree: moi
  24. @beavertales

    “There is no chance the USA dollar will devalue. In fact Gomez —the USA dollar will rise in value and Debt will no longer be a 4 letter word. Yes —when negative interest rates kick in when USA Debt passes 70 Trillion —that is the current 28 plus the other 40 Biden promised G7—-and negative interest rates are 20% —–this will be annual earnings of 14 Trillion first year and only gets better over time until —the Debt goes back Smack to 0 !!” and Sergeant Douglas knows his economics inside out…..

  25. anon123 says:

    If I were deliberately trying to destroy the country, I wouldn’t be doing anything differently than what our rulers currently are.

    And you will be happy…

    …or else.

  26. El Dato says:

    And don’t tell me that you heard of it before. I know: you’re special.

    Actually I did, Mr. Hallorann. You must change the news channel.

    • Thanks: RichardDuck
  27. Bert says:
    @Mulga Mumblebrain

    With no fear of socialism after 1989

    And just in case, as demonstrated by the last two Democrat presidential nomination campaigns, the BLM, La Raza, ADL, SPLC cultural marxism is paraded conspicuously to compete with the few socialists who still exist, and to distract the typical low-information Democrat voter from considering the commitments of her party to the working-class 90 years ago.

    • Replies: @Robert Bruce
  28. Sarah says:


    Do not use this word.
    They have twisted the meaning of the word “progress”.

    “Progressive” means progress towards their own agenda.

    “Progressive” means progress for themselves, for their own interests, at the expense of the people.

    They are not “progressives” but regressives.

    • Replies: @ofoPlease
  29. Sarah says:

    You won’t get away with voting; the US is run by a single party divided into two teams pretending to be opposites.

    Elections, which so many people are passionate about, are a sham.

    • Replies: @flashlight joe
  30. Sarah says:

    If you want to stop this hegemonic and imperialist war machine against you and the people, if you do not want to become their quasi-slaves or even be killed by them if you are not docile : act !

    They use the proverb: “Money is power”.
    Take them at their word.
    Start acting now.

    If the richest and most powerful are 1%, remember that YOU are the 99%.

    This 1% has the money, but YOU the 99% have the number.

    That 1% is even richer by taking advantage of COVID-19, and YOU have become even poorer.

    Why are the rich getting richer? What do you think?
    IMHO they are getting richer and richer because you give them YOUR money.

    Start acting now.
    In a very concrete way, start by :
    – stopping buying from the monopolists,
    – stop subscribing to them,
    – stop using their services, even if they are (apparently) free,
    – stop using their so-called “social” media,
    – stop reading and watching MSM.

    By doing so, not only will you weaken them and gradually make them lose their power, but you will save time and money.

    • Agree: CelestiaQuesta
  31. eah says:
    @Robert Dolan

    It’s definitely typical of boomer, or boomer-ized, VDare adherents to catalog what ails America and not mention Jews, e.g. the predatory, money churning brand of ‘capitalism’ practiced by Jewish run outfits like Blackrock, which has absolutely nothing to do with wealth creation or collective well-being, and which was essentially invented by, and today virtually monopolized by, Jews.

  32. KenH says:
    @Robert Dolan

    the jews “never again” program…..which translates into WRECKING ALL OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION TO PROTECT THE NOSE.

    The late Revilo P. Oliver said that the close call the Jews had in WWII their strategy shifted from mere exploitation of the white Western goyim to outright extermination. And we are seeing that. Jewish power and political activism has given us forced racial integration, feminism, the normalization of homosexuality and mass third world immigration which is leading to the diminution and eventual disappearance of whites from North America and possibly even our European homelands.

    • Agree: Irish Savant
    • Replies: @Oldtradesman
    , @Wtf
  33. @beavertales

    The fiat, debt economy will not last long enough for them to go through with their plans. What they do after they are broke will have to be done at the point of a gun.

  34. Anon[159] • Disclaimer says:

    BlackRock is run by a Fink.

    No, really.

    A Jew named Fink.

    How appropriate.

    • Agree: GomezAdddams
    • LOL: CSFurious
    • Replies: @CauCasiAnn
  35. @obwandiyag

    If you don’t like Blackrock, don’t buy iShares ETFs. There are plenty of alternatives, usually with better fees.

  36. Not a mention of the ENEMY, just like Jared Taylor, so no wonder the historic nation doesn’t take heed and dying a death by thousand cuts.

    • Replies: @Irish Savant
  37. Miro23 says:


    If Blackrock is willing to take the risk of leveraging up to buy single-family housing at above-market prices, that’s their prerogative. So long as they own the downside risk. No bailouts. Ever.

    Never mind the downside risk. Hedge funds like Blackrock are currently receiving almost limitless amount of virtually free money from the FED that they are borrowing to buy up every kind of asset – now including masses of residential property*. So why are they doing it? At the prices they’re paying it doesn’t make sense.

    One explanation is that they know something that the public doesn’t.

    For example, in the early 1920’s Weimar Germany the same crowd were mysteriously buying on credit (at any old price) masses of prime city centre property . The trick was that they (somehow) knew about the soon to be hyperinflation. When the Deutsche Mark shortly became almost worthless, they legally paid back their mortgage loans (and gain full property ownership) for the real cost of the price of a newspaper = an unprecedented transfer of city centre property from ethnic German into Jewish hands.

    Ergo this could be a (US Dollar) hyper-inflation warning. BlackRock may be playing the same game.

    * Blackrock is buying every single family house they can find, paying 20-50% above asking price and outbidding normal home buyers. Why are corporations, pension funds and property investment groups buying entire neighborhoods out from under the middle class? Let’s take a look. Homes are popping up on MLS and going under contract within a few hours. Blackrock, among others, are buying up thousands of new homes and entire neighborhoods…. [ Thanks Wade]

  38. geokat62 says:

    • Thanks: GMC, Robjil
    • Replies: @AriusArmenian
  39. @UNIT472

    Can the Congress tell the banks and Blackrock anything they do not want to hear?

  40. @KenH

    If they plan on evicting terrorists who participated in the insurrectionist terrorist attack on 1/6/21, all the more power to them!

  41. Truth says:

    How many infected? (wink…Hiram Abiff)

  42. TKK says:

    At a recent CLE regarding social media and privacy, a whip smart lawyer gave this analogy:

    A man wants to paint your house. He says he will do the whole job for free, down to the trim, as long as he can go through all your drawers and closets and take photos of everything he wants.

    No one would agree to this.

    But that is exactly what you are agreeing to if you have a gmail account or any of their related platforms.

    He went further to discuss the absolute stupidity of people providing free content to make a minuscule amount of people obscenely wealthy. YouTube, Facebook, Instagram- it’s all user generated content.

    “They” simply curate, manage, police and own it. People spend huge chunks of their lives creating content they will not own when they upload to any site. (Including comments on websites). Furthermore, it is saved for forever. Why?

    • Thanks: Sarah
  43. @eah

    OK kiddo, it’s Milton Friedman’s economics. He’s a Jew, who would remained a mere economics professor if it weren’t for a miserable Irish actor called Ronald Reagan. Reagan became president, and put Friedman’s economics into policy. Never let Ronnie escape the current dystopian nightmare he created. Maybe it’s my English roots, but Irish presidents have done a lot of harm. For Kennedy lovers never forget the Peace Corps.

    • Replies: @Hibernian
  44. Simple fix in the US. (1) end corporate “personhood.” Require all actions be done by natural persons and eliminate any liability protections afforded by the corporate form of organization, the LLC, LLP, etc. (2) require all tangible property or real property be owned in the name of a natural person or persons. That would let places like suburbs require the “owners” show up for things like nuisance hearings, fair housing act proceedings and the like. An aggressive suburb seeking to change ownership usually has no trouble ginning up a nuisance proceeding where the hearing officer will demand a personal appearance by the “owner.” There are ways to shift the balance on all of this with some relatively simply changes to the law. Does anyone have the energy?

    • Replies: @GMC
    , @flashlight joe
    , @Getaclue
  45. anon[407] • Disclaimer says:

    The real estate market is in a giant bubble, just like the stock market. Black Rock could end up losing their shirt, along with rest of Wall Street.

    Let them all burn to the ground. The sooner we hit rock bottom the sooner we can come back.

  46. You are desribing the fate of the late Roman Empire. Dissolved from the inside. The internal structure that made the country thrive in the early days is gone. A country is like an organism. There are many systems at work: communications, transportation, fabrication, learning. Some social groups will survive through millenia without even a fixed coutry like the Jewish people do as long as they maintain the communication system alive. Land based countries that live in corridors of human transhumance like the Middle East and now North America have a hard time maintaining political stability on a long time frame.

    Evolution asks for change in the organisms. Smaller organisms are more likely to survive cataclysmic events while huge organisms develop when the environment is plentifull. The Western countries thrived in the 18th century when they took over the world thanks to the shipping technology of the time. That era is now coming to an end as other social groups are catching up in technology.

    As far as immigration is concerned, massive immigration is something that is welcomed by the local capital. I mean the local capital wants to invest in buildings and services. Those are low risk investments that pay a regular dividend. Often the local employers want cheap labour. The natives who went to college no longer apply for the low-wage jobs while the retirement homes and the construction industry need additional people to fill-in the vacancies. That sounds like a Ponzi scheme and I believe it is.

  47. Anon[334] • Disclaimer says:
    @Mulga Mumblebrain

    The Chinese are NOT ‘slaves’. Such an assertion is big ignorant and a sign of successful brainwashing. In 2019 120 million Chinese traveled overseas as tourists-some ‘slaves’. By the way, the vast majority of Chinese see their system as democratic, because it works for the people, not just the rich, the Western system.

    You are so full of shit it is incredible. You live in Australia and not in China so all you assert in your comment is sheer bull. You are an asshole.

  48. Exile says:

    The present state of American democracy amounts to a one-way ratchet to the third world – a favela hellscape ruled by a hyper-rich .01% who helicopter to work over the shitholes the rest of us live in, where the interests or will of the public are not up for discussion and where mere survival is the order of the day rather than prosperity or happiness.

    When one side is obsessed with process and the other with power, guess who wins?

    If White Americans want a nation where their interests are respected and promoted again, they will have to step outside the slaughter-pen fence line of 2021 democracy.

  49. FoSquare says:
    @Mulga Mumblebrain

    On the money, Mr. Mumblebrain. Eloquent and lucid.

  50. Bert33 says:

    I think all this high-handed socio-economic engineering is going to come back to bite em in world-class and public fashion. Here’s hoping more Democrat politicians get arrested, this year.

  51. HT says:
    @Robert Dolan

    I would reply in more detail but I hate to create more work for the government lackeys whose job it is to put people like us on lists of various types since we are the real threat to the country. But I mostly agree if that matters.

  52. @Francis Miville

    A hundred years ago this was called “progressive”, and they are the patron saints
    of the New, Improved ™ (= worker-free) Left;
    the 1929 Komintern definition of “fascism” (“everything I don´t like”) never made much sense in the first place – it´s just a catch-all simple enough for their clientéle to grasp.

  53. Their love for their imperiled heritage

    The Enemy announced was “hate”, and in his rage

    Demanded all must hate their hate and all

    Must hate without exception any soul

    Unwise enough to show them sympathy

    Or face the trials of his antipathy,

    From social exile to the heavy threat

    Of laws he promised soon to legislate

    Against the merest overheard expression

    In defiance of his anti-white suppression.

  54. @benshapiro

    “And if you’re mad at Blackrock and want to artificially prevent them from buying single-family homes, I’d like for you to explain to those who currently own the homes why you’re taking money out of their pocket.”

    I seem to remember an old quote from the Soviets, something along the lines of “the capitalists will be happy to sell the rope used to hang them”. Same principle applies here. A few homeowners will make a profit selling early. When the corporate owners then populate those homes with Section 8 residents, the rest of the people left will be in fire sale mode. And guess who’ll step in to buy the properties . . .

  55. Corrupt says:

    “But regular people, I assure you, never heard of it, because it was never in the news.”

    Have you been living under a rock? Blackrock HAS been in the news. It was Blackrock contractors killed in Iraq and hung from a bridge. Blackrock has long had many tentacles sucking the government teat.I guess I am special.

    • LOL: AndrewR
    • Replies: @awry
    , @Avis
    , @obwandiyag
  56. anonymous[202] • Disclaimer says:

    Not going to happen. The goal is to eradicate the white gene pool from Europe and NA, not reforge the legacy nation. The financial cabal gives a rat’s ass about the American nation.

  57. Corrupt says:
    @Supply and Demand

    A slightly rowdy protest is not an insurrection, any more than it was when AOC led protestors to Nutsi Peelosely’s office. Taking over part of a city (Seattle) or burning down a federal courthouse )Portland) IS an insurrection.

  58. My vision of what will happen is something like this: as the nation becomes more Hispanic and they come out of the shadows as voters in the wake of various amnesties, Hispanics will come into conflict with blacks, as they resent oppressive taxation and the dangers of black communities. The oligarchs will cynically turn a blind eye to the ethnic cleansing of blacks by Hispanics, replacing one underclass with a more useful one. I base this theory upon the transformation of Southern California over the past fifty years, wherein blacks have been systematically hunted and killed by Hispanics for some time.

    Meanwhile, Hispanics will gain control of local electoral and police infrastructures and the type of corruption and bribery typical of Latin American countries will gain a significant foothold with rampant cartel activity. I suspect this is already the case in some places? Recall that cop who got wasted by the Mexican with an AK? That’s cartel activity, brazen and open. The liberal media will cover it up, similar to black crime. The fbi will persecute those who call attention to it.

    • Replies: @GMC
    , @Dumbo
  59. BorisMay says:

    With massive inflation just around the corner all this, although very interesting, is irrelevant.

    The Bank of England forecast inflation for May as 0.8%, but it turns out it was 2.1%.

    Doesn’t sound much does it, but that’s more than 250% of what was forecast.

    It is the same for all major economies.

    Inflation will be rampant resulting shortages everywhere.

    MacDonalds in Scotland yesterday ran out of buns so were unable to serve anything requiring a bun. Can you believe this?

    Everything is now in short supply. With inflation 250%+ of forecast levels, while Blackrock might have thought it had cornered the property market, any potential renters will have died of starvation long before they can rent a house from Blackrock.

    Incidentally Blackrock is a private company. No one knows who actually own it.

    It is not property, immigration or corrupt politicians you need to worry about.

    It is food, this is what you need to worry about. Will there be enough to feed you all?

    The answer is pretty obvious: no.

    So why waste your energy on this inconsequential stuff?

  60. Goddard says:

    I would add: Walk away from Sportsball. Cut the cable and trash the television. Read the classics. Buy The Story of Civilization by Will Durant. Immerse yourself. Cut the junk food, lose weight, get fit. Live below your means and achieve financial independence. Study philosophy and achieve spiritual independence. As society crumbles, view the chaos with a certain level of detachment, sub specie aeternitatis. Tend your garden and develop virtue; the good times are ending, and a time of trial is on its way.

    • Agree: geokat62
    • Thanks: Sarah
    • LOL: frontier
  61. @geokat62

    BlackRock is buying the houses, Bill Gates is buying the farmland, Biden is jailing dissidents, and they want to tell you Russia is the problem.

    Clear, concise, you hit the target. I would just add ‘they tell you Russia and China are the problem’.

    • Agree: geokat62, Johnny Johnny
  62. Avis says:
    @Supply and Demand

    My God man, at least come up with your own vacant buzzwords, instead of just mindlessly regurgitating the ones you heard on cable news.🙄

    • Replies: @Freedomstillisntfree
  63. Avis says:

    I heard of them about a year ago, when they were given the green light to direct the fed to buy up their clients’ debts. But then, I would expect the sorts who frequent pages like this to hear about such things. You definitely have a point about the overwhelming majority of normies though.

    What I find more interesting is that there really isn’t that much history to be aware of, relatively speaking. Seems odd to me that on a Wall Street full of mega powers that date back decades and decades, this firm that popped up in 1988 has become arguably the most powerful juggernaut on Earth. I wonder what the machinations of that are.🤨

    • Replies: @obwandiyag
  64. GMC says:
    @Harry Huntington

    Very true about the corporations and ” Personhood”. The difference is that the person, that is John Q Public – goes to jail when they do something illegal – the Corporations do not – they pay off the Government instead, and continue their illegal enterprises. But face it – the ” Supreme Court ” were the first ones to change sides. I put my energy – into leaving the rat race – in 1974.

  65. @Sarah

    Excellent comment, Sarah.. It’s not like this is ALL it will take to change things, but damn, if nothing else for now, quit paying them to screw you over!

    • Thanks: Sarah
  66. Mr. Kirkpatrick has done us a service in going further than the “respectable right” in showing the anti-white nature of so many things, especially Critical Race Theory (or Whiteness Studies, if you prefer).

    Still, I think many of us see what is missing, which I’ll soon share. First, however, let’s consider this closing line:

    “If there’s one problem with Governor Lamm’s speech, it’s that he didn’t anticipate just how malevolent our Hostile Elite really is.”

    Is this a Jew-naming dog whistle to the goyim?

    In any case, let’s cut to the chase by considering my latest Occidental Observer essay (which is also on Unz now):

    • Thanks: CelestiaQuesta
  67. GMC says:
    @Happy Tapir

    Very interesting scenario. When I was a construction super in Florida , I took spanish 2 and 3 at night school so I could talk to the guys working on my jobs . Most of the other supers in th company spoke a little but my Project Manager was a smart Latino guy and we got along great. I believe the Latino folks will give the NWO order a run for their money – in the end. While the stupid gringos and their kids only speak english – these kids that are 1st and 2nd generation Latino’s speak 2 languages and are starting their 3rd language in HS. And I’m Not talking about Rubio backers. Sabe’ ? The people that are smart enough to take up Spanish , will be seen as – OK to the Latin crowd. My 2 pesos worth !

    • Replies: @Bill Jones
    , @Sasu
  68. awry says:

    That was Blackwater.

    • Replies: @Johnny Rico
    , @Corrupt
  69. History is being rewritten to protect the real war criminals. The Holocaust was really tens of millions of white goy Germans, Russians, Poland Pols, instead Jews used fake names to get the results they wanted, just like they do today with mail in votes, rigged voting machines, corrupt election officials.
    This global criminal cartel have corrupted everything they touch for the last five thousand years.
    And here we are, fooled again as if we didn’t know better.
    We now know why they believe the goyim are subhuman.

    • Replies: @Katrinka
  70. SMK says: • Website
    @Supply and Demand

    An “insurrectionist terrorist attack” in which the only person who was killed was one of the “terrorists” and “insurrectionists,” Ashley Babbit, an unarmed womn who was shot and killed by a black cop, apparantly, who has not been arrested and indicted for murder or negligent manslaughter, and never will be prosecuted, or even fired, app;arently, and whose name has not even been divulged.

    • Replies: @grr
  71. SafeNow says:

    Apart from eliminating “single-family” zoning, it is important to note what the CURRENT definition of “family” is. It is NOT genetic relationship, and it is NOT a numerical maximum. Rather, it is, to condense the legal gobbledegook, “sharing the same vibe.” Thus, a house rented to 20 illegal gardeners has been rented to a “family,” because they share the migrant vibe. Kudos to one judge who refused to apply this to a horde of college athletes, by ruling that hockey players have a different vibe than baseball players.

  72. @Supply and Demand

    Your supply has run out, and your demand has reached the bottom. Move on Commie, you’re stinking up the place.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  73. anonymous[202] • Disclaimer says:

    +1 for sub specie aeternitatis! Excellent advice, except substitute E Michael Jones or Chesteron/Belloc for the Durants.

    • Thanks: Sarah
  74. Mefobills says:

    Put out a little effort. People who can’t even bother to look up travel statistics are annoying.

    And whether you like it or not, Chinese in China DO consider their system democratic.

  75. Avis says:

    That was Blackwater, a “security contractor,” and they’ve changed their name several times since then when war crimes they’ve committed have surfaced

    • Replies: @Katrinka
    , @R2b
  76. @Sarah

    Couldn’t have said it better myself.

    • Thanks: Sarah
  77. KenH says:
    @Supply and Demand

    If they plan on evicting terrorists who participated in the insurrectionist terrorist attack on 1/6/21, all the more power to them!

    Obviously you’re a Jewish hatemonger who can’t stand the sight of right of center white people mostly peacefully protesting inside and outside the Capitol over a stolen election. They remind you of the Cossacks or the Nazis.

    Those types of white people are supposed to know their place but you jump for joy and clap like a circus seal when blacks terrorists and white leftists lay waste to cities over black criminals getting offed by the police. Or when they attempt to storm the WH in 2020 and harm the racist fascist orange man. Then all is good.

  78. @Anon

    Surnames always tell a story.

  79. Ace says:

    No American-African alive today was brought here as a slave. Not one.

    • Replies: @Mulga Mumblebrain
  80. I like the food shortage comment.

    If you can’t garden, a year’s worth of Beef strogonoff in packets is a start.

  81. @Avis

    Its bad for ones’ sanity to take trolls like s&d seriously. I just chuckle and keep scrolling.

    • Disagree: frontier
  82. I don’t think that people understand that Blackrock is basically an arm of the government and backed by the FED.

    So “our” government (run by hostile jews) is buying every house in sight to screw white people out of home ownership.

    FTN had a segment on Fink and Blackrock. Fink controls trillions in assets and he’s able to dictate/push woke policies on a long list of corporations.

    The major corporations didn’t just spontaneously decide to support BLM and the DNC, etc., the instructions come from the top. If Larry Fink calls Dan Cathy and tells him to wash the feet of negroes, Dan will reply, “How many negroes feet would you like me to wash, sir?”

    There isn’t one aspect of our lives that hasn’t been hijacked and corrupted and turned against us…, finance, education, commerce, everything has been thoroughly jewed.

    • Thanks: GeneralRipper
  83. @Mefobills

    China DO consider their system democratic.

    Which is quite unfortunate. We need the (((west))) to be gone so humanity can get rid of this disgusting newspeak.

  84. Remember when you guys published an article crying about a Boris Johnson advisor getting fired, while also deliberately leaving this bit out:

    >The down side? In children there is evidence of a slightly elevated risk of Stevens-Johnson syndrome, a life-threatening condition in which skin rots. Hence the US drugs agency has not approved its use for juveniles.

    >But, Sabisky points out, evidence is building that more hours spent in quality classrooms increases pupil outcomes and life chances, particularly for poorer children.

    >“From a societal perspective the benefits of giving everyone modafinil once a week are probably worth a dead kid once a year,” he says, matter-of-factly.

    • Replies: @Critical Ramen Theory
  85. This is where the elitist hatred of the 2nd Amendment stems from also…they know that no matter how much money they have, they are just like an ordinary person being at risk of losing their lives, unless guns are taken away. Taking weapons from the 99% is what really allows them to be bigshots with their armed security, otherwise they’re not really such a special bigshot after all…it should bring them to a Christian conscientousness but we’ll see…pray for your rulers to be filled with the Holy Spirit.

  86. @CelestiaQuesta

    CQ, for you and the other 4 repliers, S&D is trolling you guys. He’s written some pretty informative stuff, but he’ll do this trolling half the time. He must not have enough to do over there in Dalian.

    S&D, didn’t you write that you were teaching over there? Let’s see, because I have to go around with this: you wrote that ~13oo zulu time, so that’s 0700 MDT, take off another 10 hours (in the summer), and it was 9P over there – anywhere in China, right? What’s the deal? Nothing good on CCPTV? Is that guanxi-ed up wife of yours not “entertaining” enough? Not what it’s “cracked” up to be? Haha, I cracked myself up with that one!

  87. @beavertales

    Canada is a former shell (shill?) of itself with a fraudulently elected government (see Dominion voting machines and Trudeau : Alex Soros) This country was sold out long ago to the American/Clinton/Gates/Soros Cabal et al; and it’s become painfully obvious to anyone who isn’t a sleepwalking sycophant that Canada is essentially just the 52nd state – America’s b*tch. We do whatever we are told, if not the Nazi SS (AKA the RCMP) will come get you.

  88. @KenH

    Ashkenazi Jews are responsible for every awful thing that has happened on this planet in the past 300+ years. The best thing that could happen to this planet would be for them all to disappear. Too bad the Holocaust was fake, because if it actually happened, the world would be a much better place.

  89. Z-man says:

    Proof in the pudding:

    Poorer white pupils let down and neglected – MPs
    By Sean Coughlan
    Family and education correspondent


    Published6 hours ago

    White working class pupils have been failed by decades of neglect in England’s education system, a report by MPs says.

    The Education Select Committee accused the government of a lack of targeted support for disadvantaged white pupils.

    It says use of the term “white privilege”, suggesting white pupils are at an advantage, is the “opposite” of the reality for poor white pupils.

    The government says it is committed to making sure no child is left behind.

    The report warns that white pupils on free school meals underachieve from early years in school through to GCSE, A-levels and university entry, compared with pupils on free meals from other ethnic groups.

    ‘Swept under the carpet’
    Committee chairman Robert Halfon said it was a “major social injustice” that so little had been done to address this gap in attainment – and accused the government of “muddled thinking” in suggesting it could be explained by poverty.

    “If you think it’s about poverty, then it doesn’t explain why most other ethnic groups do much better,” he said.

    Poorer white pupils are falling behind “every step of the way”, he warned, and with almost a million young people being affected, it could not be “swept under the carpet”.

    At GCSE, in 2019, 18% of white British pupils on free meals achieved grade 5 in English and maths, compared with 23% for the average for pupils on free meals
    For university entry, 16% of white British pupils on free meals get places, compared with 59% of black African pupils on free meals, 59% of Bangladeshi pupils on free meals and 32% of black Caribbean pupils on free meals.
    Hastings street

    The places where people live and their local challenges were part of the bigger picture of achievement, MPs reported
    ‘White privilege’
    Mr Halfon warned against using the term “white privilege” in education, saying it was divisive and likely to “promote disharmony” and “pits one group against another”.

    The committee described white privilege, which has been used in a wider social context, as the idea of “societal privilege that benefits white people over other ethnic groups”.

    The committee said that in education “privilege is the very opposite to what disadvantaged white children” experience – and questioned whether under equality legislation schools should use that terminology.

    But a Labour MP on the committee, Kim Johnson, rejected the reference to white privilege as a red herring which was trying to “stoke the culture war” and avoid scrutiny of the “lack of investment” in schools and local communities.

    Why are poor white pupils falling behind?
    The report highlighted a mix of challenges about the local areas where many poor white pupils lived – and also “cultural factors” that could limit how much support they got from their families.

    These underlying social problems included:

    Poor local jobs market and lack of opportunity
    Lack of community assets and social organisations, poor local services and transport
    Families with “multi-generational poverty”
    Disengaged parents with a poor experience of education
    In response, the committee proposed more targeted funding and making the education system feel more relevant for these communities.

    Using pupil premium funding to provide more support
    “Family hubs” to get parents involved with children’s learning
    Attract teachers to areas that can struggle to retain staff
    Ensure that work-related, vocational education is available
    “Find a better way to talk about racial disparities”
    Pupil’s view: The ‘that’s not for me’ attitude
    image captionOliver is planning to go to university – and warns about stereotypes being created about white working class teenagers
    “There’s this nagging feeling that it’s not for me,” says 18-year-old Oliver Jones-Lyons, describing the “suspicions” about the value of education that he thinks hold back some white working class communities.

    He has been a pupil on free meals at a school near Newcastle and says there is still a concern about the education system harbouring snobbery and class prejudice, even down to stereotypes about regional accents which “mark you out as different”.

    There’s an inclination to turn away from exams and instead say “my dad can get us a job”.

    “There’s a lack of explanation of how education is helping you,” Oliver says.

    But he argues “the biggest barriers to education are outside education” – in places with limited job opportunities, bad housing, poor public transport and families not able to support their children in school.

    And he says that while he describes himself as a “white working class boy” he doesn’t like the way that the label is being used to “create more stereotypes”.

    “It shouldn’t be about putting people against each other” or about “culture wars”, he says, and rejects the white working class identity being caricatured as being bigoted or narrow minded.

    A better description would be people “more likely to undersell ourselves” and to dislike showing off, says Oliver.

    But his own ambition has been supported by working with the Social Mobility Foundation charity – and he is waiting to see if he gets the A-levels grades needed to get into Oxford University next year.

    ‘Schools can’t do it alone’
    The underachievement is down to a “poisonous mix of place, family and local culture”, said Chris Zarraga, director of Schools North East, a regional network of head teachers in one of the areas with the biggest concentrations of disadvantaged white pupils.

    He said it meant tackling the consequences of “long-term deprivation”, where there might be fifth and sixth generations of workless families.

    What is ‘white privilege’?
    White working class boys least likely to go to university
    The left-behind towns with lowest university take-up
    Half of universities have fewer than 5% disadvantaged white students
    “Schools can’t do it alone,” he said, warning that already the pandemic had seen schools having to cope with feeding and clothing pupils.

    “We need a cross-party sense of urgency about solving these problems,” he said.

    Mr Zarraga backed the targeted use of pupil premium funding and called for better ways of retaining teaching staff in the most challenging areas.

    Parent’s view: ‘Not a lot of opportunities’
    image captionKerry would like her sons to be able to go to college and get an apprenticeship
    The report argues that vocational routes in education need to be clearly available – showing the connection between qualifications and work.

    This chimes with the concerns of Kerry, a mother in Mansfield who is thinking about what jobs will be available for her sons, Bailey and Finley, in the years ahead.

    Her own parents stepped from school into factory work, which she says offered secure jobs.

    The current world of employment seems more precarious, she says.

    “I don’t see good jobs arising, I don’t think there’s much opportunity out there,” says Kerry. “I want them to go to college, then get apprenticeships.”

    The aim is “guaranteed work” and she is worried about the cost of university. “As a parent, I wouldn’t be able to fund them to go,” Kerry adds.

    ‘Levelling up’
    Without tackling the underachievement of white working class pupils the wider aim of narrowing the attainment gap between rich and poor will fail, warned former Ofsted chief, Sir Michael Wilshaw

    “Two thirds of children on free school meals live in these communities. We will never reduce educational inequality unless we urgently address this longstanding issue,” he said.

    Labour’s shadow education secretary, Kate Green, said the MPs’ report showed the Conservative Party has “turned its back on these pupils who need most support, from knowingly underfunded free childcare places in early years to cutting the pupil premium”.

    A Department for Education spokesman said: “This government is focused on levelling up opportunity so that no young person is left behind.

    “That’s why we are providing the biggest uplift to school funding in a decade,” added the DfE spokesman, with £3bn in recovery funding and existing plans to increase school budgets.

    “The pupil premium is expected to increase to more than £2.5bn this year, through which schools can support pupils with extra teaching, academic support or activities like breakfast clubs or educational trips.”

  90. anonymous[352] • Disclaimer says:

    Blue states can continue sinking into a cesspool but it’s time for red states to declare war on these predatory companies. Just ban ownership of single family houses by these corporations. I’d add on banning ownership of property by foreigners and bad actor countries like China are banned from investing in or owning American companies. If red states really wanted to be evil, they should issue a debt jubilee for debt owned by Wall St companies.

  91. Getaclue says:
    @Supply and Demand

    Your comment reflects poorly on you — I gather from reading here you are some kind of Professor who went to China for employment — you lose credibility with these kinds of comments.

    Anyone not a moron or hopeless partisan loser knows there was no “insurrection terrorist” attacks on Jan. 6th, it was a stupid event but hardly “insurrection terrorist” — some guy in a Horned Hat (and other assorted Protesters, Clowns/Losers, FBI Agent Provocateurs) let in by Cops, who actually opened the doors and unlocked the special locking system in place to keep such out, walked around committing little damage etc. (given what they could have done) the only death caused being murder by Police of a woman protester (the Protesters did much like Code Pink and countless other Leftist groups have been allowed to do in entering the Capitol for protests, screaming and carrying on– its all on video out there as to these groups — for years with few to no arrests happening) — meanwhile the admitted Communist Burn, Murder, Loot actually did murder innocent people and committed some \$2 Billion in property damages — their actions qualify as “insurrection terrorist” attacks — so it is doubtful few, if any, here take your commentary as anything other than laughable….

    • Replies: @GeneralRipper
  92. Getaclue says:
    @Harry Huntington

    That would be done if the people “running” the USA weren’t actually trying to destroy it — the truth is all of this is not “negligent” — it is a purposeful plan to destroy the USA hatched out by David Rockefeller and other Bankster Globalists instituting a NWO Agenda — destroying the Traditional USA is an admitted part of that plan if you do some research…they don’t really try to hide it, they don’t need to….

    • Agree: GeneralRipper
  93. @BorisMay

    Incidentally Blackrock is a private company. No one knows who actually owns it.

    The Vanguard Group, based in Malvern, Pennsylvania is the largest owner of Blackrock stock. Vanguard has about \$7 trillion in global assets under management.

    Blackrock and Vanguard are almost synonymous.

    The rest of Blackrock stock is owned by various investors and investment companies.

    Investors are flocking en mass to Blackrock / Vanguard because the firm’s goal is to reduce America to a nation of permanent renters. (“You will own nothing and you will pay rent to us from cradle to grave.”)

    Permanent renters mean permanent profits. This is what investors call “sustainable assets.”

    This scam was made possible by Joe Biden and the Obama administration. I will give details if asked.

    Blackrock isn’t the only company making war on Americans. Other aggressors include State Street out of Boston, Morgan Stanley out of Manhattan, and a couple of others.

    Lloyds Banking Group is doing the same thing in the UK.

    • Replies: @Sir Launcelot Canning
  94. @UNIT472

    ‘Congress needs to tell the banks and Blackrock……’


    • Thanks: GeneralRipper
  95. @Goddard

    Not only do this, but teach your children all of this. And give them a strong sense of identity as to whom they are and are descended from. And don’t whitewash what’s going on around us to kids. Be proactive – our adversaries sure as hell are.

    • Thanks: Sarah
    • Replies: @Goddard
  96. @A little boy in the crowd

    I will give details if asked.

    OK, I’m asking. But I am only a layperson.

  97. Most human problems can be solved by an appropriate charge of high
    — Blaster, Uncommon Valor

    Death the the Leftist elite and their children.

    • Replies: @ricpic
  98. @Getaclue

    This douchebag is just another rich kid expat, who hates ordinary Americans.

    He deserves ridicule and insult, along with the TROLL badge, whenever possible.

  99. @Critical Ramen Theory

    Very weird that all the epic abortionist destroyers ignore this. Wonder why!

  100. 36 ulster says:
    @Supply and Demand

    The real insurrection and (cyber) terrorism occurred in the early-morning hours of 11/4/20, NOT on 1/6, idiotic though THAT act was.

    • Replies: @Robert Bruce
  101. @Avis

    My god. an intelligent response. On here. Wonders never cease.

  102. @Mustapha Mond

    You are an idiot just dying to tell other people they’re idiots when you’re the idiot.

    You don’t even understand what I’m talking about because you are all wrapped up in your solipsistic egotism.

    • Agree: Johnny Rico, R2b
    • Replies: @Mustapha Mond
  103. anon[825] • Disclaimer says:

    Ben Shapiro is artificially inflated.
    Merit not applied to him. Like Bari-
    the-idiot, given platforms to pollute.

    Lamm’s a victim of CO’s thin air – starved brain cells = brainless.

    5 dancing shlomos

  104. @Bert

    Low information voters abound in this country from both parties. A vast majority of the electorate is too lazy to research any issue to gain any respectable knowledge on it. Way too many MAGA folks are downright morons that only like Trump for the sole reason he drives the woketards crazy. Then you have the woketards that are just batshit crazy. The result is a bunch of people that are
    rather ill informed, unorganized, and too cowardly to form a real opposition to what is going on before us now.

  105. Katrinka says:

    Life is short. This isn’t all that there is. What goes around comes around. They will receive their punishment in the hereafter that they insist doesn’t exist.

    • Replies: @Oldtradesman
  106. Liza says:

    We are already trapped in this situation with African-Americans, the bulk of whom at least have the excuse of having been brought here as slaves.

    So, can we all inherit the complaints of our ancestors and force reparation payments on somebody or other? No matter how good we have it today?

    • Replies: @eah
  107. Katrinka says:

    A pack of killers. They were pardoned by tRump. I think one of their head guys was Betsy DeVoss’s brother (former education secretary).

  108. @36 ulster

    Thing is the 11/4/20 operation was well planned out and had a specific purpose and goal. The 1/6/21 crowd were stereotypical MAGA morons that were just a bunch of lemmings following their leader and had no specific goal in mind and let themselves become useful idiots. All revolutions since 1776 have been pulled off by a small group of well educated, highly motivated, and well organized people with a plan. Also, they usually were financed from outside actors. You are not going to get a real resistance together with the human material that constitutes MAGA. The whole affair might have not been so pathetic if 1/6 was indeed a real insurrection and they burned the Capitol down to the ground. That act would have been so audacious, that even some Democratic voters might have cheered. Folks are indeed pissed, but too scared to do anything, much less speak up.

    • Replies: @anarchyst
    , @Oldtradesman
  109. @Supply and Demand

    Go back to banging the waifu and spitting out half breedz scumbag.

  110. Dumbo says:

    The name is interesting, Black Rock. From a Satanist site:

    For Satanists, black is an elemental color that represents the void and the darkness, and for some, Satan. Often useful in curse magic, destructive magic, and bindings,

    Any way, the plan to make you “own nothing” – while (((they))) own everything – is coming along fine. And it’s not that new, it’s been a few years going strong. Like Satan, it has many names. It’s called “new economy”, “gig economy”, “great reset”, now “build back better”.

  111. @RichardDuck

    Rome didnt collapse. It moved East to Anatolia, had a capital in Constantinople and lasted another 600 years before slowly degenerating due to Turks and Islam
    The Western Roman Empire collapsed because Italy didnt produce anything, refused to reform or to effectively integrate Goths et al and revitalize.
    This analogy is old, innaccurate and deceptive.

  112. Goddard says:
    @Sir Launcelot Canning

    Our team hasn’t even begun to fight. I’d like to live to see the day when our team begins to scratch and claw and win.

  113. @UNIT472

    Blackrock is sitting on trillions. They can just rolls some of that into the real estate they want to purchase and make it look like a cash transaction and then have the Fed fund whatever it was they took the funds from. These ‘vampire squid’ operations have all the funds they want because they are the operating arm of the Fed and Fed Gov.

    The whole point of what’s going on now is to loot what’s left of value in the US. When the finance types are done, they’ll engineer a depression like they did a hundred years ago and they will own everything this time.

    • Replies: @GomezAdddams
    , @HT
  114. Dumbo says:
    @Happy Tapir

    I suspect this is already the case in some places? Recall that cop who got wasted by the Mexican with an AK? That’s cartel activity, brazen and open. The liberal media will cover it up, similar to black crime. The fbi will persecute those who call attention to it.

    If cartels are operating in the US, then it’s probably already with agreement with the FBI and US government. Cartels are likely supported by the US even in Mexico. There’s a lot of money in drugs, and there’s also of course an interest in drugging up the population.

    • Agree: Happy Tapir
  115. @The Dude from Van Isle

    You are correct.
    They waited until the WW2 vets got old then brought in a govt focussed economy with pensions and perks for marginal middle class zombie-sell outs. Anyone with a brain leaves.

    The autopsies of the elderly who died of ‘covid’ revealed dehydration. Truth: the overpaid pos phillipino and blax who staff old folks homes left whites to die of thirst.
    Invite the third world get the third world.
    Justin ‘Castro’ Trudeau is bringing in a database to try and make vaccines mandatory by tying health data to your passport. Communist pedo filth. These are the filth that the Jew-Masonic overlords put in as managers. Absolutely disgusting.

    • Troll: Mulga Mumblebrain
    • Replies: @FLgeezer
  116. The plan to destroy America and the nations of the world is driven by zionists and their central banks including the Fed, zionists are destroyers of nations and humanity, it is what they do, it is in their DNA.

  117. @Katrinka

    A “pack of killers”, or several, can come in handy when you’re fighting for survival, Kat.

    Just a thought.

    • Replies: @Katrinka
  118. eah says:

    It’s the kind of nonsense you’re never surprised to see these days on VDare, which has been lobbying for immigration restriction (even a moratorium) for more than two decades, yet whose founder/editor sued the NYT for calling him a White Nationalist, a term he regards as a ‘smear’ (link).

    • Thanks: Liza
  119. @A Half Naked Fakir

    The irony is that it gets them (VDare, Amren) nowhere. They’re demonised and attacked as much as the Daily Stormer.

  120. FLgeezer says:

    Remember when Cuomo exiled CV sufferers into nursing homes? The owners of said homes are reimbursed by occupied bed counts. And who are said owners?

  121. anarchyst says:
    @Robert Bruce

    MAGA didn’t do it. A common communist tactic is to don the identification of your opponents, hence the communists donned MAGA hats and other clothing.
    The FBI and “mainstream media” were in on the “revolution”, blaming MAGA supporters for communist insurrectionist tactics.
    Anyone who cannot see that this was the case is a fool…

    • Replies: @Robert Bruce
  122. @obwandiyag


    You are a moron.

    I don’t often find myself agreeing with you, obiwanmoolie, but yeah Corrupt walked right into that one.

  123. Cuomo killed all those nursing home residents and then he got a book deal.

  124. @Mefobills

    And, here in the West we also consider our system to be Democratic.

    So, where does that leave us. Living in an illusion believing the lie that our systems are Representative Democracies.

    The slaves in China no more vote for the policies rammed down their throats anymore than the slaves in the West vote for the policies rammed down their throats.

    Were “We The People” able to vote directly on the legislative bills in Congress that affect us? I don’t remember being able to vote yea or nay on the Affordable Care Act. Or being able to vote for the sundry wars our taxes pay for. What about all the other shenanigans going on inside the Beltway and the various state capitols. Much less the policies being enacted at the county or city level.

    Case in point. The local mayor decided to upgrade a small tract of land across from city hall. Did any of the taxpayers get to vote on this boondoggle? No. They spent over a million dollars to build a quarter acre park that no one uses. Now city government wants move city hall to another more modern building. What was the point of building the park except as monument to one man’s ego?

    Voting for a proxy that then votes they way the Party tells them to vote is not a Democracy. It’s not even a representative democracy. In a true representative democracy the representative would at least query his constituents on their opinions on the pieces of legislation put to a vote before congress. In a true democracy the people themselves would be allowed to vote on the legislative initiatives.

    I realize before the advent of the computer and modern communications and modern means of transport this was an impossibility. But, that is no longer the case.

    We’re only allowed to vote every so number of years because it benefits not only the politicians but the corporate interests running the country. The politicians like it because it allows them to profit by the connections and campaign contributions. It benefits the corporate interests because it allows them to operate in the shadows while the politicians take the heat for bad decisions while gaining access to the money spigots inside government.

    Come back and talk to me when taxpayers are given a true voice on the spending bills put forth by members of Congress all the way down to city councils.

    • Agree: RichardDuck
  125. Katrinka says:

    Would you care to elaborate? Blackwater operatives were convicted of gunning down Iraqi civilians….unarmed civilians. tRump pardoned them.

  126. If “Fellow White People” Ben Shapiro is for it, it’s bad for White Americans.

    • Agree: 3g4me
  127. @Mustapha Mond

    Thanks. But, people that vote for people that then vote for other people that then vote on government policies already decided upon is not exactly what I would call a Democracy. Much less a representative democracy.

    And, no one made it clear as to whether non Communist Chinese party members could vote in this system or not. I doubt it. Kinda like a closed primary system in the US. Non-registered party members only get to vote on the candidates puked up by the closed party system after the fact.

    The original concept of democracy as created by the Athenians in Greece was not to elect representatives to rule over them.

    The elites were called upon to vote on whether someone within the elite group should be ostracized from society for their impugned discretion that had displeased the rulers of that club.

    Kinda like members of the board of a corporation voting to fire a CEO of that corporation for bad decision making. While everybody else down the corporate ladder has no say in the matter. Even if everybody down the chain loves the CEO.

  128. @awry

    And before that it was Black Lives Matter.

  129. @Katrinka

    I find it odd that you know Betsy DeVos and can mansplain what her post was but don’t know who her brother is.

    Pack of killers? A bit judgey, no? You sound like Trump describing Mexicans.

  130. @RoatanBill

    ” And the latest Gomez is her Highness–Duchess of Sussex and her to be explosive insider view into the Royal House of Windsor exposing William Jefferson Clinton and Brian Epstein kidnapping Prince Andrew and boarding him on Lolita Express and arriving there –met by Mr. Roarke and Tattoo and a bevy of teen model babes in bikinis —but the Queen and Phillip were too busy counting their loot and Winfrey Oprey will——” and how this Robin Leech and his millionaire crowd eats at my nerves—–Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous and authors of History–

  131. I’m saying that you need to have well trained men willing to kill WHOMEVER, WHENEVER if you value freedom, in the truest sense of the word.

    I’m not condoning what Blackwater may or may not have done, nor the Iraq war.

    When the “government” has a monopoly on all the “killers”, then your goose is thoroughly cooked.

  132. @GMC

    Yet you cannot point to any country where Latinos are in a majority where this has happened,

    Once they’re out of Europe. Mexico is about as good as it gets.
    Try looking at the worlds most violent cities and see if you can spot the common denominator.

  133. @beavertales

    “Strange Brew Indeed –the A frame simple house Robert and Douglas McKenzie ( How’s it goin’ eh??) resided in during this movie ( A frame built following WWII for returning vets—selling price 5,800) NOW only \$780,000 not including repairs–and this is NOT only in Toronto—the Maple Leaf Forever…-”

  134. @Tom Marvolo Riddle

    You need an external enemy, quick! Look, over there ! CHINKS!!!!!!!!!!

    • Replies: @Tom Marvolo Riddle
  135. @Ace

    Don’t be so sure. There are an estimated 100,000 slaves in the USA, nearly all Asians, but an unfortunate African-American might have slipped in. Then there is wage slavery and wages so low that one lives in destitution.

  136. @Anon

    Yada, yada, yada, 334. Where am I wrong? Straight abuse don’t hack it. Yes, I live in Austfailia, once a source of a little pride, but today simply the cause of very much despair and despond. To live in a country as it loses its mind, then soul, is quite an experience.

    • Agree: Seraphim, Joe Levantine
  137. “ The “country” will emerge at the other end of this process will be barely worthy of the name. It will be a landmass full of shiftless, random consumers desperately trying to flee each other but trapped by permanent financial serfdom. There will be no uniting culture, ethnicity, or even political myth. There will be just permanent, simmering conflict with an increasingly authoritarian government using naked repression against the naïve white Americans who keep the failed experiment stumbling along.”

    I’ve been saying this to family, friends, waitresses, clerks in stores and people I meet in the street for quite some time. No one listens to me.

    • Replies: @Avery
  138. HT says:

    The”wire pullers” as Hitler called them know how to rig a game and then play it out to the hilt. Hopefully Larry Fink gets run over by some wild ass black running from the cops.

  139. Hibernian says:
    @Old and Grumpy

    Friedman was well known before 1980. The Peace Corps is a small, mainly symbolic, organization, with little impact for good or ill.

    • Replies: @Boomthorkell
  140. Avery says:
    @Just another serf

    { No one listens to me}

    No one wants to hear: “You have cancer”.

  141. @KenH

    Jewish power and political activism has given us forced racial integration, feminism, the normalization of homosexuality and mass third world immigration which is leading to the diminution and eventual disappearance of whites from North America and possibly even our European homelands.

    I agree. What are we going to do about it? When are writers with an audience, like Kirkpatrick, going to suggest plans of action instead of merely informing/bitching/whining about the enemy’s plans for us? Or are plans of action considered to be “fedposting”?

  142. @Katrinka

    They will receive their punishment in the hereafter that they insist doesn’t exist.

    IMO, the “hereafter” is dirt. The enemy pays now or pays nothing.

    • Replies: @Katrinka
  143. @Robert Bruce

    You are not going to get a real resistance together with the human material that constitutes MAGA.

    Agreed. The Treehouse commentariat, for example, hope to reform this thoroughly corrupt system playing by its rules:

    • Thanks: Robert Bruce
  144. @My SIMPLE Pseudonymic Handle

    You got it half right, Mr. Handle. Yes, your vote doesn’t do anything these days. Your computer-based democracy would be just as bad. Look at who are getting the free stuff, AA, all of it. Do you think they’ll vote the same way as we do? They outnumber us. It won’t be any better.

    The 2nd half, the one you were missing, is that this nation was formed as a Constitutional Republic. The US Constitution was supreme law of the land for a good while, until Americans quit defending it. They bought into the lies of the same types of politicians we have now, for free stuff mostly. All the White people, at the very least, are paying for the stupidity of those forefathers who dismissed “muh constitution”. Reap it, bitches!

  145. The Bolsheviks, the Left, Democrats, and certain “minorities” are in the ascendancy while good Americans and conservatives are not yet up to the task of opposing them.

    The GOP is just plain pathetic.

    We are going to lose our country unless the Right makes it very, very clear to politicians that good Americans are not going to let these destroyers continue on this path to America’s extinction.

    Good Americans must get out into the streets. And more.

  146. anon[123] • Disclaimer says:

    Prepare young whites to leave America and live somewhere else. Computer, electrical, mechanical, and other technical skills will be in demand in other nations like Russia, Australia, Eastern Europe, China, Scandinavia, and South America.

    Seriously young whites: prepare to evacuate if we lose and they turn America into dystopia. We leave, and it becomes a Detroit writ large.

  147. ricpic says:

    Agreed. But where are the death squads. By now they should have been EVERYWHERE.

  148. @My SIMPLE Pseudonymic Handle

    “Case in point. The local mayor decided to upgrade a small tract of land across from city hall. Did any of the taxpayers get to vote on this boondoggle? No. They spent over a million dollars to build a quarter acre park that no one uses. Now city government wants move city hall to another more modern building. What was the point of building the park except as monument to one man’s ego?”

    Something similar happened in my city years ago. The local mayor wanted to build a city hall. The city was renting office space. The people didn’t agree and they asked for a referendum. The project was rejected. The mayor complained about referendums. She tried again a year later and she ended up building her very expensive city hall anyway. Then the city merged with a larger neighbour and it just became a part of the larger city.. The newly built town hall became useless and it remains as a symbol of autocracy.

  149. @Oldtradesman

    Everyone is waiting on the next guy or gal to go first. What if nobody goes first?

  150. @Mulga Mumblebrain

    This is true. I work with Chinese people I wish would be deported and they go back and forth from China all the time. I was told you will lose travel privileges and your job or position in education if you bad mouth the government but you will not be locked up. The Chinese I work with did not move here for “freedom” they came to make money. Most of them dream of going home rich.

    It takes around 30 years to become a member of the Chinese federal government and you have to prove yourself through many layers of local governments before even being considered for the Federal government. The ones who make it to the top are all very accomplished bureaucrats. The people who rule China are all people who spent the last 30 years (at least) building the nation.

    Why the fact that the Chinese government puts Han Chinese first and foremost angers people on a site like this is perplexing. China is not the enemy of the American people or government. They are simply buying what the jews who control our politicians are selling. The USA is the belligerent nation that is thrashing around as the Chinese clean our clocks.

    The enemies of the USA are inside the halls of power in our nations capitols not China.

    • Agree: Bill Jones
    • Replies: @Joe Levantine
  151. @Mulga Mumblebrain

    Don’t talk to me. You are too dumb. Set me to ignore. My external enemy will be you.

  152. We can only hope that Lamm, along with Soros, Biden, and a hundred other assorted “elite” octogenarian monsters will be soon be called in by their maker. These type of people seem to get worse and worse as they age, seeking to do more damage as they realize their time on earth is going down. I guess once a meglomaniac, always a meglomaniac, they never slow down.

    • Replies: @Avery
  153. @Oldtradesman

    I am on track to make a few hundred grand this year. All my friends are making big bucks. My house is full of cool stuff and the kitchen is full of food. My big ass stupid truck is full of gas and so are all the rest of my families cars. All of my neighbors are the same. Money in the USA is still easy to get and there is still a bunch of stuff to buy with it.

    Tell me when the people rebelled in the land of plenty last time? Sure the low IQ immigrants who are not able to do well in high function places whites build are poor and pissed but they are not who you think should be rebelling are they?

    As long as there is food in the kitchen and gas in the car rebellion is not coming. Everything that has been going on is due to the Federal Reserve Note losing its world reserve currency status. The
    Israel first crowd knows that the real reason they get run off is the end of a nations money from debt scam. The USA has been a meritocracy that has allowed the government to rule because its a great place to live. If scarcity comes people ALWAYS coalesce around race and fight for what is left. The jew mob in charge understands this and is trying to gain ideological power. We have had the carrot now they want to use the stick.

    Its not going to work. They tried and failed last summer. White men with guns kept the non white mobs in the cities where the leaders allowed them to run amuck. The mob was stuck in the leftist strongholds because of the 2nd amendment. Every successful color revolution involves the mob terrorizing the rural areas and the non whites could not even terrorize the suburbs in Southern California. Now there is no way they will get the guns from Americans before the Federal Reserve Note crashes and scarcity comes. This is when leaders will emerge who will set things right. Or at least try. The oligarchs know this and are trying hard to push for an ideological power grab but it can’t be done if Americans have the 2nd amendment. At least not the old fashioned way.

    Expecting rebellion from whites when most of us are doing pretty well is silly.

    • Agree: GeneralRipper
  154. Anonymous[254] • Disclaimer says:

    If this is your view of the future then why are you assuming there will be no rebellion? The government is already illegitimate. Why are there no assassinations of officials? Will everyone really just roll over for this?

    Given presumed mass disaffection will the military remain loyal? Will opposition groups even against the background of civil apathy definitely be unable to to obtain nuclear weapons? In this context how many would really care if Washington is nuked or other centers of state power? Will foreign nations with a grudge never attack a weakened US filled with civil strife?

    What happens if the US faces a foreign enemy and a domestic population filled with hatred of the government? Could such a state really survive?

    Is it really possible that a government motivated by such ugly ideas will not be attacked by someone? Will even the immigrants coming across the borders not rebel against these propositions when applied to themselves? Are you sure that there will be no combination against Washington?

    It would seem that a war over these ideas must soon come. Why should any punches be pulled by anyone? However much the cost belief in the above argument requires the extermination of the elites at any cost with any weapons current or yet to be created in future years of war.

  155. eah says:

    >which has absolutely nothing to do with wealth creation or collective well-being

    Telegram/zerohedgeAmerica’s Largest Landlord Just Got Bigger: Blackstone Buys 17,000 Houses For \$6 Billion

  156. Katrinka says:

    Nearly every world religion (Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam) believe in life beyond the physical form. Talmudism does not. That is why there is so much criminality among those who refer to themselves as jews. I believe that when you die there is a cosmic reckoning for the way you have lived your life. Life is a great gift, one that must not be misused. I have personally experienced paranormal activity. Take my word for it, your consciousness will survive the grave.

    • Agree: Robert Dolan
  157. @James Scott

    “ It takes around 30 years to become a member of the Chinese federal government and you have to prove yourself through many layers of local governments before even being considered for the Federal government. The ones who make it to the top are all very accomplished bureaucrats.”

    China’s system, for millennia, has chosen its top bureaucrats through a strictly meritocratic criteria whereby candidates were subjected to long and difficult exams. China’s traditional hierarchy of careers always put the government bureaucracy at the peak followed by the peasantry then by the industrialist and last by the trader. In the current Western social model, the parasitical traders of financial assets occupy the highest echelons of power. The Chinese system would never allow for an Obama, a Merkel or a Macron to be parachuted into a leadership position courtesy of having been endorsed by the moneyed people with the popular vote giving a veneer of legitimacy for a leader who is by and large selected by the PTB.

    The collectivist social model of the Chinese is diametrically opposed to the individualistic Western one which traditionally put the emphasis on the nuclear family and then the village and then the county and last the national level. The Chinese system has always been authoritarian and any Western attempt to gear it towards a Western style liberal model is doomed to failure. The rapid industrialisation of China whereby the Chinese economy grew from close to 90 billion USD in the early eighties to close to 16 trillion USD today based on current exchange levels, while surpassing the US GDP based on Purchasing Power Parity, is proof of how a lack of social conflict, which is the hallmark of Western liberalism, could turbocharge the economic growth of a society. But heck, who wants to deprive Western individuals of their cherished right to vote.

    • Replies: @Mulga Mumblebrain
  158. Avery says:
    @Joe Paluka

    { Lamm, along with Soros, Biden, and a hundred other assorted “elite” octogenarian monsters}

    Obviously you missed the meaning of what Richard Lamm was saying.
    He is not ‘along with Soros’ and other enemies of Americans.
    He was very cleverly sounding the alarm – in a roundabout way – of what Sorosatypes were up to.
    And what they were doing to destroy America.

  159. Corrupt says:

    Thank you for the correction. I appreciate your being able to do so without being an asshole like obwandiyag.

  160. Sasu says:

    Yes, I’m sure they’ll save you back for being one of the good ones.

  161. R2b says:

    So what!
    Maybe you and some never heard of them.
    What’s your point, oh yea, name-dropping from the ones who pull everything.
    Yea, it’s a pretty recent name, branched of…sure you know.
    And you think they’re not potent!?
    How about all those renting their apartments, here and there, in the world.
    Go swim in mare medio!

  162. R2b says:

    Good to hear serious good advice.
    I would say, to all those struggling with vices: pray.
    Our heavenly Father, and so forth.
    Never give up on that.
    I talk as one who has experienced it.
    And experience it daily.
    Goddard, especially that on food was good!

  163. @KenH

    LOL!! Typical argumentum ad Tucker Carlson, i.e., straw man. Name ONE real libertarian who claims that private companies can do whatever they want, including violate rights. he fact that you would even make the same claim about leftists is even more delusional.

    You know the complete intellectual bankruptcy of the New Nationalism when it claims that the problem with America is that it’s too libertarian. Of course even a shred of evidence never follows.

  164. R2b says:

    Maybe, out of the black rock, pours water?
    The contractors should, if they read this, think twice.
    Yea, laugh, but I mean it.

  165. @Tom Marvolo Riddle

    “Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen urged Congress on Wednesday to extend a July 31 deadline to pay down a portion of the federal government’s \$28 trillion in debt to investors and foreign governments.
    Without the extension, she warned of an “absolutely catastrophic” default that would imperil the nation’s economic recovery from the pandemic.”

    “And Gomez–this is all nonsense because they have been saying this same story for the past 25 years and NOTHING has happened. Trust me —we are safe until the Debt hits 80 Trillion but then Negative interest rates kick in and this Debt will be paid off in full in perhaps 3-4 years”

    Mr. G. Hopper and his “World owes me a living” becomes –tiresome.

  166. @anarchyst

    Yeah, that is why Tucker Carlson ” outed” one of the ladies in the crowd as a FBI plant, but it turns out she was a wife of one of the protesters that was incarcerated. The whole thing stinks and is one helluva mind f#\[email protected] Does it ever occur to you that this whole thing is exactly that, a total mind f#@\$, to totally mess with people and keep them off balance. Maga folks are saturated by low info voters, just like their lefty opponents. Both groups regurgitating the crap their preferred propaganda channels spouts off, without reading anything on their own in trying to find out the truth. This is why things are how they are.

  167. Cat says:

    Uh, hello. Early on, in March 2020, Trump gave Blackrock the keys to the kingdom: asset management of both the Federal Reserve Bank and the US Treasury. Basically, license to “creatively destruct” both of them in service to the coming Great Reset that needs the global financial system to be taken out. I heard the total heist is now up to \$100 trillion. The fatcats have more money than they know what to do with. Why not buy houses?

    • Agree: Robert Bruce
  168. Cora2 says:

    Right on comments. This author of the article is oblivious of a few pertinent facts and BlackRock as most of Wall Street (has and always will be). Cycles happen, and get reversed just like in nature when Wild Fires occur that mend broken systems and bring equilibrium back into Markets – ANY MARKETS including Real Estate.

    We’re in a “Bubble of all Bubbles” and it’s going to end very, very badly. I read one time that 75% of all homes with Mortgages in depth of 1930’s Depression were taken back by Banks. Didn’t do those Banks too well (just like it won’t for BlackRock this time coming around either) as over 9000 went Bankrupt themselves, 4000 alone in 1933.

    This Super Cycle Depression is a 230 year Cycle Event. It will make the 1930’s look like a cake walk – and no Government is big enough to bail it all out.

    So, if I can take some writer’s liberty extrapolate a little bit here? Put this Depression coming on steroids – I envision the mobs that take over a lot of BlackRock owned homes to have the monthly meetings of the several families living in these “Mega Homes”, of 5-7 bedrooms taking up 90% of the lot s – that they BlackRock and Wall Street Banks have fostered to be built. Drawing straws out of a hat – “Who get’s to shoot the next BlackRock Agent” coming to the front door trying to collect rent or a mortgage? I’m dead serious – it might deteriorate to that like in “Independance Day” movie – of that panic than ensues after there are no jobs to look for as even AI has taken over the Gig Jobs.

    In a sense this process in one small way has already started. Look at California if you were totally irresponsible, didn’t pay your rent (that you could pay) during Covid Rental Moratorium, and just pocketed all that money – you could have bought another car , invested in Robbinhood Stocks, bought Gold/Silver coins. Gov. Gaven Newsome is now going to reward all those deadbeats and use your Tax Payer Funded Federal Covid Relief dollars to pay Landlords what they’re out. Message here; IT’S ALREADY STARTING!

  169. grr says:

    And you anon, are an arse hole and a coward.

  170. @Hibernian

    Never trust a US-government associated or supported charity or development organization. They have committed more evils, conscious and not, than suspected. All are tainted.

  171. @eah

    I thought VDare does a decent job of mentioning Jews and the flaws of the economy of the last century+. It just mentions everything else, too.

    • Replies: @eah
  172. I just love the goy ! Don’t you ?

  173. eah says:

    Then why not provide a few links to show where Jews are mentioned unfavorably on VDare? — I don’t recall such an occasion — also it would be a bit surprising since Brimelow’s day job is (or was) writing for mainstream financial sites, and I think he has enough trouble with his immigration stance.

    My main criticism of VDare (which I don’t read regularly anymore) is that after Brimelow sued the NYT for calling him a WN, labeling it a ‘smear’, I don’t really see what the political aim of the site is anymore, unless all they ever wanted was a slowdown or pause in immigration to facilitate ‘assimilation’, which is idiotic when you consider HBD (among other things) and the fact crucial differences between groups are primarily genetic in origin and hence irremediable (yes it’s true, you really can’t fix stupid) — if not before, then certainly the events of the last year have made clear that multi-ethnic civic nationalism doesn’t work: significant differences in measurable group life outcomes, including average SES, are a direct consequence of average differences in the genetic makeup of the different groups — especially the significant difference in average SES between racial/ethnic groups will always be seen as social pathology.

  174. @obwandiyag

    Don’t worry, I will be 100% ignoring you and your comments from now on (as I do with all certifiable assholes I encounter.)

  175. Dr. Doom says:

    The Jew parasite has always been a rent seeker.
    It involves no work and only involves their worthless debt notes.

    They have the Treasury print up their monopoly money and then they prey on you.
    They want to OWN IT ALL. Even though these idiots couldn’t run a popsicle stand.

    They must be stopped. They won’t stop themselves.
    The American Patriots must step up and end the Crazy Times.

    We must destroy these parasites. Its the only solution.
    They will never stop. They must be stopped before they destroy the World.

  176. If a Blackrock agent ever comes knocking at my door, my minimum asking price will be equivalent \$2 million cash, already deposited in a foreign bank account including transfer fees, take it or leave it. After that, I’m getting out of the USSA and never looking back.

  177. @eah

    Fair point, after my response, I was trying to think myself what the specific articles were, and was recalling I might have been mixing some of their articles up with the “Occidental Observer”.

    This popped up though with a quick search, so I don’t think my memory is so fuzzy or mixed:

    I can see your argument though. For me, I’m just happy when outlets are criticizing the system in general, whatever their level of take on it, so long as they aren’t detracting from a deeper understanding.

  178. @obwandiyag

    This is worth considering.

    Looking at it optimistically, it could be because in this new era, the mask is slipping off, and we can more easily see the evil that controls us.

    Looking at it negatively, it could be because in this new era, the mask is slipping off, and these are the new Gods they want us to fear and bow down to, before alternative media gets the jump on exposing their wickedness (don’t listen to others, these guys are great! That’s why we’re so open about them! Etc.)

    Looking at it is as Taoist…why not both? It’s probably both. Arrogant and evil, they expose themselves as part of a power play and some kind ritual, while simultaneously, they are being compelled by a new energy which exposes truths on a subconscious level, to their eventual chagrin and suffering.

    I like the last one, but I suppose we will all know eventually.

  179. @Joe Levantine

    Exactly. The endemic social conflict, now amounting to internecine hatred, in Western ‘democracies’ is simply Divide and Rule tactics designed to hide the reality-elite oligarchic dictatorship. Somewhere around 90% of Chinese express satisfaction with their system, which they see as ‘democratic’ in that it serves the people, the ‘demos’, not just the elite parasites. The current genocidal hate campaign and drive to war by the Western elites, against China, is just Evil’s reflex reaction to the good-it must be destroyed so that Evil goes on and on.

    • Agree: Joe Levantine
  180. bayviking says:

    It certainly is true that home ownership is dimeinishing. It is absolutely a big fucking lie that Blackrock and the myriad of other she’ll companies created by bailout banks CEOs paid a premium for any of the properties they foreclosed on. They got many of them for 5 cents on the dollar or they didn’t buy them. But sorry folks those deals are only available to criminal bankers which own DC lock stock and barrel.

    You can call this a failure of government if ,oh wish. But if you look behind the curtain you will see the driving force, souless capitalists. The same scum that demanded and got all good jobs outsourced, because nothing else matters except their profits.

  181. Doris says:

    Insider Dr. Richard Day 1969 Speech
    Among the topics discussed by Dr Day were:


    “Population control; permission to have babies; redirecting the purpose of sex – sex
    without reproduction and reproduction without sex;
    contraception universally available to all;
    sex education and carnalizing of youth as a tool of world government;
    tax funded abortion as population control;
    encouraging homosexuality, including anything goes homosexuality;
    technology used for reproduction without sex; families
    to diminish in importance; euthanasia and the “demise pill”;
    limiting access to affordable medical care and thus making it easier to eliminate the elderly; medicine to be tightly controlled; the elimination of private doctors; new difficult-to-diagnose and
    untreatable diseases; the suppression of cancer cures to control and reduce the
    population; induced heart attacks as a form of assassination; education as a tool for
    accelerating the onset of puberty and evolution; the blending of all religions – the old
    religions will have to go; changing the Bible through the revision of key words;
    restructuring education as a tool of indoctrination; spending more time in schools, but
    pupils “wouldn’t learn anything”; controlling who has access to information; schools
    as the hub of the community; “some books would just disappear from the libraries”;
    changing laws to promote moral and social chaos; the encouragement of drug abuse to
    create a jungle atmosphere in cities and towns; promote alcohol abuse; restrictions on
    travel; the need for more jails, and using hospitals as jails; no more psychological or
    physical security; crime used to manage society; curtailment of US industrial preeminence; shifting populations and economies to tear out social roots; sports to be
    used as a tool of social engineering and change; sex and violence to be inculcated
    through entertainment; travel restrictions and implanted ID cards; food control;
    weather control; using mass psychology to control know how people respond and
    behave; the falsification of scientific research; the use of terrorism and the creation of
    ‘terrorist’ threats; the use of surveillance devices, implants, and televisions to monitor
    people; home ownership to be a thing of the past; and, ultimately, the arrival of a
    totalitarian system of global control.”

  182. Well folks, if you did not know, you do not own your car and you surely do not own your home. You voluntarily surrender the title of your automobile to the state (the MSO/MCO that actually comes with the automobile). And you only get a deed…warranty, trust and the like for your home(You make the county the trustee of the property…you are a TENANT not the OWNER). The deed also binds you to the provisions that the county/state wants for your property(e.g. the need to get a permit, the need to follow zoning, the need to follow ordinances of the city). You need to get the Land Patent for the property for it to actually be yours and you can tell everyone to GFC(Get Fucked Cunt).

    In either case, you have the right to own property, but you gave that shit to the state so you could have the PRIVILEGE of renting it from the state! WTF people! I say do your research and write letters to your DMV and county. Then also look up the USC regarding land patents. A deed in any form is fraud by the state.

    And yes, I have confirmed this with both the Colorado and Utah government. I am currently writing letters to my rep and senator to ask them exactly HOW I can claw back my property without having to sue the hells out of the state for fraud in obtaining my property. You know…because no one informed me that that is exactly what was happening, but I and everyone else is expected to know and to agree with it.

  183. Secession of Red States is the way forward.

    We have nothing to lose but blue state parasites and the federal mafia.

  184. @Robert Dolan

    Agree 100. Anyone who takes the time to trace these agents of chaos back to their roots will reach the sane conclusion:. Jews are behind the destruction. (Certainly there are clueless Jews who mean well, but they’re not the ones in power.)

  185. Rosie says:

    First, make sure ordinary Americans can’t own property and thus build wealth by increasing equity in their homes.

    I was outraged by this, and not because of home equity. Rather, I like the control I have as a homeowner. Imagine someone else deciding what style of cabinets you have, what laundry machine, etc. This might sound silly, but the fact is that this really matters to a person’s quality of life.

  186. tomo says:

    if you are unemployed in Ontario and looking for work – all you will get is around 720\$ per month – less than in any other country I have lived in
    The cheapest studio in the worst part of the shithole that is Toronto costs more than that.
    on average one bedrooms are at least 1300 a month.
    So with their pathetic 720 it’s impossible to even survive, pay rent – let alone buy food.

  187. @eah

    I see these are old comments, but I’ve got to correct the record just a bit here. True, VDare doesn’t call out ctrl-left Jews for their huge influence, or only rarely. (I do remember one occasion, but it was probably from one of the writers that they publish only occasionally.) That was the main point here, so I agree with you, EAH on that one.

    The reason is indeed because VDare does not want to be seen as radical, as much as it may not make that much of a difference in the way they are treated by “TECH Totalitarians” and the media in general. Where it probably makes a difference for them is for their donors.

    Next, Peter Brimelow WAS a well-known financial writer, but that was close to 3 decades ago, way before VDare started up even. His site is about ONE ISSUE alone. That issue is immigration, and they cover EVERY aspect of it. If you don’t believe that they agree with HBD along with it, no, you haven’t read the site enough. Just consider that Steve Sailer is supported there – I mean that they like him so much that they put up all posts of his, even those on baseball and golf course architecture!

    VDare DOES cover the racial aspect of the American multicultural mess. Along with other writers who bring up the subject of black dysfunction lots, they feature Paul Kersey’s articles quite often.

    About the lawsuit: I guess they don’t want to be called White Nationalists, true. However, they have a point with their lawsuit, and they needed to sue some of these media outlets that screw them (and others) over so hard. I support all of what they do.

  188. Wtf says:

    Let’s see what luck they will have with thr chinese

  189. funny says:

    It should be quite evident to everyone with an IQ over 90, the US of A is slated for destruction. It has always been part of the world’s elite plan since the founding.
    Matthew 24 explains it all. John 8 tells you who is behind it.

  190. anonymous[354] • Disclaimer says:

    You guys have fish and chip shops good luck finding one in Anerica😭😢

  191. @CelestiaQuesta

    I think its more like the movie, “They Live” with a heaping helping of “Idiocracy”.

    • Agree: anarchyst
  192. ofoPlease says:

    Now you get it! Speaking in Code.

  193. @James Scott

    They plan on starving you out.
    Dont be so arrogant.
    Worldwide, grains are being destroyed: America, India, Brazil and more.
    Disease, the big conjob, has not convinced enough to take the deathshot.
    They will use famine, a Bolshevik favorite, as a weapon.
    Get ready.
    It is coming.

  194. Anon[401] • Disclaimer says:

    JPMorgan Chase Has Exited 15.7 Million Square Feet of U.S. Office Space Since the Crash of 2008 But Somehow Managed to Grow its Assets by 62.9 Percent

    JPMorgan Chase Spent \$59.5 Billion Buying Back Its Stock from 2017-2019 while Its Bank Tellers Didn’t Make Enough to Pay for Basic Living Expenses

    Here Come Wall Street Rental Communities: What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

    Rise of the Gulag

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