The Unz Review Digest - November 25, 2020
The presidential election and its aftermath dominated our most popular featured articles this last week, led by Pepe Escobar’s discussion of the difficulties faced by an incoming Biden/Harris administration, ranging from a potential economic collapse to the bitter hostility of Trump partisans, convinced that the election was stolen, with well over 250 comments totaling nearly 40,000 words discussing and disputing various aspects of this issue.
Three pieces were in a near-photo finish for second, with two of them addressing closely-related themes. In an interview with a European magazine, Paul Craig Roberts strongly argued that the Democrats had stolen the election, acting with the close collusion of our media and tech giants, citing various pieces of evidence to that effect, an provoking over 300 comments totaling some 35,000 words. Placing just below was a long article by Nick Griffin, former leader of the British National Party, arguing that Trump’s unwillingness to personally join his large crowd of strong supporters in DC, staging a demonstration against what they considered a stolen election, marked the death of America’s democratic political system, a position that drew over 300 comments totaling more than 30,000 words. Meanwhile, fifth place was held by Brett Redmayne-Titley’s analysis of the details of the alleged fraud, related to the voting Dominion machines widely used in much of the U.S.
On a slightly different theme, Gregory Hood’s second place piece argued that although the controversial aspects of China’s “Social Credit System” aimed at directing the behavior of ordinary Chinese citizens has been widely discussed and criticized in the American media, our own society has implemented a similarly Orwellian Internet-based system via the Tech giants of the private sector, in many respects even harsher and more intrusive, and directed towards more negative ends, with widespread and growing Internet-censorship being only one aspect of these control-mechanisms.
Finally, rounding out our most popular featured articles was Robert Stark’s analysis of the severe economic difficulties based by white Millenials, who often suffer both from the circumstances of their age-group and their racial category.
Break out the Wagner, folks … the Germans are back! No, not the warm, fuzzy, pussified, peace-loving, post-war Germans … the Germans! You know the ones I mean. The “I didn’t know where the trains were going” Germans. The “I was just following orders” Germans. The other Germans. Yeah … those Germans. In case you... Read More
…Exposing the Dominion Voting Machines.
Barely two weeks ago allegations that the 2020 US Presidential election had been rigged on behalf of DNC presidential spawn Joe Biden were met with almost universal scepticism. This past week may have changed that. In the article of Monday, Nov 9 the author examined the problems with the mail-in ballot totals in the five... Read More
The racial wealth gap has become a heated issue as part of the ongoing woke crusade, but rather than the economic elite, it is average, workaday White Americans who are the scapegoat. White millennials in particular—ironically given their role as some of the most vocal carriers of the woke torch—will be the primary bearers of... Read More
One of the hallmarks of totalitarianism is mass conformity to a psychotic official narrative. Not a regular official narrative, like the “Cold War” or the “War on Terror” narratives. A totally delusional official narrative that has little or no connection to reality and that is contradicted by a preponderance of facts. Nazism and Stalinism are... Read More
Where will Chinese GDP end up: At ~US level, or 2-3x the US level? Very important question - after all, it will determine whether the world will remain unipolar (if China ~= US, the latter will remain dominant thanks to its alliance system and soft power) or "bifurcated" between a US-Western sphere and a Sino-centric... Read More
Biden is on a double precipice of the worst-ever economic depression coupled with imminent explosions of social rage
The massive psyops is ongoing. Everyone familiar with the Transition Integrity Project (TIP) knew how this would imperatively play out. I chose to frame it as a think tank gaming exercise in my Banana Follies column. This is a live exercise. Yet no one knows exactly how it will end. US intel is very much... Read More
President Trump gave to Israel all she could wish for; he hoped that in return, the Jews would give him America to rule another term. A simple give-and-take, but it didn’t work out as intended. If he were to run for the presidency of Israel, he would have it. If Brooklyn were to decide who’d... Read More
Michigan State Attorney General Dana Nessel has attributes of a Nazi. She, like Washington Post columnist Randall D. Eliason, wants to falsely prosecute attorneys who represent those making challenges to the election. She also wants to prosecute election officials who refuse to certify until irregularities are properly dealt with, and she wants to prosecute Pennsylvania... Read More
Keep talking about white privilege. Please. Keep talking about systemic racism and structural inequality. Please. Just don't mention what happened to Edie Yates and David Henderson in their home, in what authorities are calling a "random act" of violence. The white couple were violently stabbed to death in an "absolutely horrific" crime scene by a... Read More
Understandably, at this point in time after the 2020 elections, many observers are laser focused on the struggle for the Presidency between the incumbent and the cadaver. Accounts of voter fraud are mildly interesting, but observers are, in my view, missing the larger and far more important story: The race war against Whites has reached... Read More
Like the Energizer Bunny, radical egalitarians are a persistent bunch. They have long kidnapped Mother Nature and tried to torture her into transforming human nature, but being a tough old bird, she’s held steady. The latest egalitarian machinations can be seen in New York City where the quest is to equalize race-related academic achievement and,... Read More
The 2016 Presidential election results (remember them?) were a vindication of four people: First, the incomparable Pat Buchanan, who ran for the presidency three times on an America First platform, championing the ideas that ultimately propelled the Trump campaign. Buchanan was a prophet—a man of foresight, courage, and vision who loved his people and delivered... Read More
(April 9, 1938-November 4, 2020)
Terrible Tommy Metzger died the day after the election. One night in the fall of 1989 I was a snot-nosed and cocksure wigger journalist who’d tooled the hundred miles or so south from my ratty apartment a half-block from Frederick’s of Hollywood to interview Metzger at his home in Fallbrook, CA. At the time, Metzger,... Read More
I have a crazy idea that I can’t get out of my head, that we Americans are heading for something like an Armageddon in the next several months no matter how the currently electoral imbroglio is resolved. My greatest concern is that I fear that Trump is going to attack Iran, either through some kind... Read More
The Moment the Republic Died
The moment Donald Trump drove through the MillionMAGA march to play golf was the moment America’s fate was sealed. It was as if the Continental Army had marched to Valley Forge, only to see Washington saddle up and head back home for the winter, giving his men a kind word and dismissive wave as he... Read More
Justice for Box Turtles! Reparations for Potted Plants!
Headline “Fairfax school board eliminates admissions test at Thomas Jefferson High School” probably America’s most demanding school for science and technology. Oh god, Oh god. Who is on the school board? Predictably education majors, the dimmest, lowest SAT-scoring dregs of the professional classes, the horror of smart students subjected to their grade-school mentalities. But not... Read More
Ho Chi Minh, in his eternal abode, will be savoring it with a heavenly smirk. Vietnam was the - virtual - host as the 10 Asean nations, plus China, Japan, South Korea, Australia and New Zealand, signed the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership, or RCEP, on the final day of the 37th Asean Summit. RCEP, eight... Read More
Traditional Left Ideology sets out a vision of how the world ‘ought to be.’ The Left’s view can be summed up as the belief that social justice is the primary requirement for improving the world, and that this better future entails the pursuit of equality in various forms. The Left ideologist believes that it is... Read More
Netanyahu's every wish is granted
President Donald Trump’s gifts to Israel in the last few weeks of his administration are, quite frankly, incomprehensible based on any consideration that U.S. foreign policy should be reflective of American national and international interests. On the contrary, the nearly worldwide assessment of the United States as a completely rogue nation headed by someone who... Read More
China is notorious for a “Social Credit System” that controls the lives of citizens, rewarding what the authorities want and punishing what they don’t. The United States has a social credit system, too, even if we don’t call it that. And ours is worse. The Chinese system tries to build social trust. Ours destroys trust.... Read More