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The dialectic of Republicans and Democrats is a battle between High Fructose Corn Syrup and Soy.

The right puts corn syrup in all our kids’ food, which causes obesity and shaves IQ points. The left wants soy, which feminizes men and makes them gay.

For both sides, gaslit by devious exploiters, the real systematic problems they suffer in their lives are channeled into this rat race and made a matter of life or death.

Every 2020 issue polarizes through this prism.

On the issue of voter fraud, the right has sullied real concerns with ballot legitimacy in highly mismanaged black cities with Bircherist bufoonery. The last of the MAGA faithful — Alex Jones, Steve Bannon, Q-Anon, Mike Cernovich, Dinesh D’Souza, Nick Fuentes, Ali Alexander, One America News, and the Zionist opportunists at Newsmax — have been trying to cancel more sensible right-wing populists like Tucker Carlson, Ryan Gidursky, Pedro Gonzalez and others for expressing skepticism about some of the Trump campaign’s narratives on the election.

Like him or not, Tucker is a serious political commentator that has tried and failed to provide coherence and principles to Trumpism for the last four years. When Tucker asked Sidney Powell for evidence regarding her claim that Castro, Hugo Chavez, Nicolas Maduro and the Chinese Communist Party stole millions of votes from Trump in an international Marxist coup, he was subjected to insults, boycotts and unhinged shrieking in response. “THANK YOU SEAN HANNITY FOR HOLDING THE LINE. THANK YOU TUCKER FOR THROWING US UNDER THE BUS,” wrote Nick Fuentes.

Tucker was vindicated when Trump’s team abruptly severed ties with Powell and shelved her circus act. But that hasn’t stopped online Trumpistanis from speculating that Tucker’s red bracelet is a sign that he is a secret kabbalah practitioner or that he’s been a double agent for the satanic pedophile cartel led by Tom Hanks put in place just for this moment. For Jews concerned that Tucker has been promoting the potent combination of nationalism and economic populism to deplorables since 2016, it is a welcome amusement to see him being sacrificed on the alter of Orange Man Good and traded in for a harmless lapdog like Hannity.

30 of 31 voter fraud lawsuits filed by Team Trump have been tossed. The whole thing is starting to look like a Birther-style publicity stunt to help Trump monetize his following after January. The most recent defeat, a lawsuit demanding 7,000,000 votes be invalidated in Pennsylvania, did not provide any compelling evidence for fraud or malfeasance.

Four years ago, Bernie expressed skepticism about mass immigration while Trump’s original campaign hinted at a public health care option and a war against Wall Street. These real world issues impact real world people, and it allowed for a cross-front alliance of ordinary citizens against the elite. The two candidates traded disenfranchised and largely white working class voters throughout the primary, then the general.

But now there are actors on both sides trying to drag things back to personalities, political tribalism and inanity. The COVID issue has drawn out the petty tyrants on the left but also the UN-world-government conspiracy theorists of the right, with actual state relief for desperate working people suffering from the lockdown being drowned out.

For Jewish gatekeepers of the phony right like Ezra Levant, “The Great Reset” is much more palatable and less dangerous than the real issue of the Great Replacement. Former Never Trumper Mark Levin has worked with Sean Hannity to scrub 2020 Trumpism of its anti-establishment and anti-globalist soul to try and transform it into another Tea Party style Reaganite collection point for false consciousness held together by fumes of Trump’s personality cult.

There is a silver lining. As niches suffering from the two types of TDS — Trump Derangement Syndrome and Trump Delusion Syndrome — duke it out, the liberal kleptocracy is still having trouble restoring “normalcy.”

The Biden Democrats are eager to betray and start purging the Bernie wing of their party on economic and foreign policy matters. The GOP, whose establishment has no organic support and never will, has decided to fake it until they make it and pretend like Trump was never born.

This forced reboot is bound to meet challenges in an era of high unemployment and social chaos. People are sick of voting for a “lesser of two evils.”

There is lots of talk on the left and right about starting new parties to challenge the Wall Street uniparty. The Movement for a People’s Party, an endeavor that has recruited big names like Jimmy Dore and Cornell West, is looking to establish itself and begin attacking the Democratic party from the left.

Meanwhile, right-populists who aren’t hung up on Trump are beginning to talk of an “America First Party.” The National Justice Party, a political construct that isn’t afraid to appeal to white workers or transcend traditional ideas of left and right, is also starting to gain momentum.

In the battle of corn syrup vs soy, of stupid vs gay, we the people deserve better. The populi in populist can be described as being part of the radical center: left on economics and right on social issues. A white worker should not have to vote for the anti-white Democrats just to have a shot at affordable health care, nor should a rural family have to vote for the Paul Singer funded Zionist GOP in hopes of being treated with dignity. A grounded and united movement that explicitly rejects both parties and can obtain what we want must arise from the ashes of back-stabbed Trumpists and Bernie fans.

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  1. The populi in populist can be described as being part of the radical center: left on economics and right on social issues. A white worker should not have to vote for the anti-white Democrats just to have a shot at affordable health care, nor should a rural family have to vote for the Paul Singer funded Zionist GOP in hopes of being treated with dignity. A grounded and united movement that explicitly rejects both parties and can obtain what we want must arise from the ashes of back-stabbed Trumpists and Bernie fans.

    Sounds good, Mr. Striker.

    May it come to fruition.

    • Agree: PhilK
  2. nsa says:

    The median wage in the USA in 2019 was \$34,000 / year. If Trumpstein had done even one tiny little, teensy weensy, itsy bitsy thing for the under \$34k working poor….he would have easily retained enough votes to keep his job. Instead, his domestic policy goals centered around taking basic health insurance away from the working poor (even during a pandemic), while giving billions away to his wall street pals, his relatives, giant corporations, and of course his yid sponsors. Example: Fed Ex paid zero income tax in 2017, 2018, 2019. Let’s see how long a modern society can function when the top 0.1% are worth more than the bottom 80%.

    • Agree: Ian Smith
    • Replies: @TNC
    , @Flubber
    , @Pop Warner
  3. Wow, Eric. I guess we part company here. Trump may not be perfect, but he’s all we’ve got or are ever going to get in this effed-up system.

    Personally, I’m not opposed to single-payer healthcare and immigration restriction–far from it. But to dismiss all concerns over the coming Great Reset as ‘Bircherism’ is to display a total obliviousness to the reality unfolding right before our very eyes.

    P.S. I bet you think this fake plague is real, too, like Hunter Wallace.

  4. Tsigantes says:

    30 of 31 voter fraud lawsuits filed by Team Trump have been tossed.

    …in the lower courts. This was expected and clears the way for them to go to the Supreme Court. As in 2000.

    • Agree: chris
  5. “30 of 31 voter fraud lawsuits filed by Team Trump have been tossed.”

    Well, that settles it then. Spoken like a true country club Republican cuck.

    • Agree: chris
    • Replies: @SY
  6. @AnonStarter

    “The populi in populist can be described as being part of the radical center: left on economics and right on social issues. ”
    Indeed — it does sound good.

    • Replies: @nokangaroos
  7. Regarding the vote-fraud-attacking lawyer Ms Sidney Powell and her seeming ‘disavowal’ by team Trump the other day –

    The spin on this is that she needs to be out of the ‘official campaign lawyer’ loop to be able to do more radical stuff

    That way she can be independent in finances and fundraising, and need not vet her activities in terms of ‘campaign regulations’ … This is explained here:
    https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/making-sense-news-about-sidney-powell

    Though I suspect that what is truly happening, is the Deep State itself deciding whether to favour Trump or Biden, and then ‘instructing’ the US Supreme Court judges on what to do

    Instructions the judges must follow, lest some of them end up found dead with a pillow over the face, like SC Justice Antonin Scalia in 2016 after he ruled against Obama … or shot dead in the street like federal judge John Roll in 2011, also after ruling against Obama

    Tho it is true that the Giuliani-Powell legal manoeuvres do look poorly-organised and feckless as of the moment … Deep Stater ‘Mr 9-11’ Giuliani, perhaps receiving instructions similar to those the SC justices are getting

    • Replies: @DCThrowback
    , @Anynymous
  8. @animalogic

    … the best I have seen from Eric to date
    (and I love the corn/soy, stupid/gay metaphor 😀 ).

  9. unit472 says:

    Sometimes there are forces at work that exceed out understanding. Consider Strikers analogy of corn and soy. 500 years ago corn was a local plant cultivated on a few thousand acres in North America. Soy was pretty much the same in Asia.Today they dominate the global food supply and are the recipients of the best land, industrial technology and scientific knowledge mankind possesses. An outside observer might conclude that ‘mindless’ corn and soy are the dominant life forms on the planet able to marshal resources of lesser species for their own care and propagation.

    As to vote fraud. I told a friend the other day when I saw pictures of who was counting the ballots in Atlanta, Detroit, Philadelphia, Milwaukee etc I said fraud was self evident. The ballot counters were the same people that forced Walmart to put ‘black hair care products’ in locked display cases or you saw running out of looted Target or CVS stores. Their dishonesty and lack of character are manifest and on display 24/7 365 days a year.

    • Agree: Alden
    • Thanks: Father O'Hara, Tom
  10. @Tsigantes

    Yeah, Striker overall good but purposefully misleading on the real fraud that took place during this election. Patrick Byrne (ex-CEO of Overstock) outlines the fraud beautifully in a normie shareable 5 bullet point, 30 second read.

    The metaphor of processed food v. soy is fucking gold though. What a way to view our ongoing white on white civil war.

    (I understand the need to get column length down to a manageable number as well.)

    • Agree: chris
  11. @brabantian

    i enjoyed this comment. seems about right. Powell no joke – she’s to be taken extremely seriously.

  12. You seem quite convinced that it was Tucker Carlson’s version of events that was true concerning this phone call to Sidney Powell. You know she disputes this version. Also I read that Carlson did not make the call himself, but rather had a staffer do it.

    One might be a little suspicious that perhaps a staffer put a little too much effort into getting Ms. Powell to appear on the show, and perhaps embellished or ‘interpreted’ the phone call out of concern for their job.

    One might also consider it a bit petty and unprofessional to immediately report a rude phone call on the Carlson news program, and not once but twice.

    Are we to believe that Sidney Powell is the only source who has ever been rude on a phone call with a staffer from the news media? Is it good journalism to publicly attack potential sources because they said no the first time you asked?

    In my opinion it seems a bit hard to believe that Ms. Powell had a meltdown with either Carlson or a staffer on a phone call. She seems much more the type to just politely say goodbye and hang up.

    But let’s assume that she did have a meltdown. Given the circumstances and time crunch she’s under, wouldn’t a reasonable person assume she was acting badly because of stress and she probably didn’t mean it?

    Carlson couldn’t wait longer than the next morning before he planned to publicly shame her for it? And in the middle of what must be, for her, the biggest and most important thing she’s ever done?

    What happened to Tucker Carlson’s philosophy of kindness towards one another? And do you put any stock in the fact that so many people who watch (or watched) Tucker Carlson on a regular basis were genuinely shocked by what he did? I know I was.

    Everything about this seems very strange. If a normally reasonable person like Powell made crazy sounding claims, why respond with such hostility? Does anybody remember the guy who built his own rocket so he could prove the Earth was flat? All we had to do was wait.

    And as for these voting machine companies having ties to Venezuela in the past, well that’s true. None other than Lou Dobbs on CNN reported this and the whole thing ended up in congressional hearings iirc.

    I have no opinion about Sidney Powell’s claims. She seems respectable enough to withhold judgement until she shows us what she’s got. And if even a part of what she claims is true, I for one will be pretty concerned.

    • Agree: TKK, Parsnipitous
  13. Four years ago, Bernie expressed skepticism about mass immigration while Trump’s original campaign hinted at a public health care option and a war against Wall Street.

    At the time, I remarked that Trump and Sanders had more in common with each other on issues, than the political parties whose nomination they sought. Then Bernie sold out, caving to the obvious fraud that screwed him out of the nomination, revealing himself to be just like any other politician. Trump caved when he took on Pence.

    A 2016 Trump/Sanders ticket would have won in a landslide.

  14. On the issue of voter fraud, the right has sullied real concerns with ballot legitimacy…with Bircherist bufoonery. The last of the MAGA faithful — Alex Jones, Steve Bannon, Q-Anon,…have been trying to cancel more sensible right-wing populists like Tucker Carlson…and others for expressing skepticism about some of the Trump campaign’s narratives on the election.

    Hey Eric,

    Before you go off pronouncing something is “Bircherist (sic) bufoonery” why don’t you wait a little? You don’t know what Powell, Giuliani, and Wood have, but they certainly aren’t Birchers and they most certainly aren’t buffoons.

    Eric, it’s not the time to be a “sensible” conservative. Tucker can do and should do his own investigation. It’s called journalism.

    And Eric, you poor sick TDS victim, do you really think there are only a few remaining MAGA faithful? Are you that mentally ill? You must be. just a few weeks ago at least 80 million of them voted for Trump. Why you lying, Eric? What is wrong with you?

    • Replies: @Tlotsi
    , @Wild Man
  15. Realist says:
    @Digital Samizdat

    I guess we part company here. Trump may not be perfect, but he’s all we’ve got or are ever going to get in this effed-up system.

    Then change the system…Trump is not the answer.

    • Agree: Whitewolf
    • Replies: @Wyatt
    , @Parsnipitous
  16. MB says: • Website

    Suffice it to say, that anybody that sees more govt. involvement in healthcare as the solution is the problem.

    IOW if you are upset that Bug and Mug are the respective left and right hand sock puppets for More Big Govt. then connect the dots and follow the argument from the greater to the lesser.

    cheers

    • Replies: @Bill
    , @Whitewolf
  17. Dutch Boy says:
    @Watching the Dying Light

    Carlson backed off a bit on a subsequent show. The whole thing might have been a mutual misunderstanding.

  18. aname says:

    The COVID issue has drawn out the petty tyrants on the left but also the UN-world-government conspiracy theorists of the right, with actual state relief for desperate working people suffering from the lockdown being drowned out.

    Conspiracy “theorists” ????? It’s no theory. The UN is a communist new world order front.

    • LOL: Hugo Silva
  19. Dutch Boy says:

    The main right wing fantasy I’ve seen about the election is that Biden/Harris are socialists who are going to institute Venezuela-style socialism in the USA. Of course, they are the corporate candidates par excellence and received massive support from corporations and the plutocratic class in general. Any socialism will be of the corporate variety. Open borders, for example, is a corporate wet dream promising an unlimited supply of cheap labor subsidized by the taxpayers. Even a universal health care system can be made corporate friendly (e.g., Obama Care). All such public subsidies for services are fundamentally substitutes for the living wages that corporations are loathe to pay their employees and for which employees no longer have the bargaining power to demand.

    • Replies: @anon
    , @DinoN
  20. Dutch Boy says:
    @Watching the Dying Light

    I think her most striking claim is that the Dominion machines have an Internet connection. Why would a voting machine need such a connection? It means they can be hacked and anything that can be hacked, will be hacked.

    • Agree: Alden
    • Replies: @Lee
  21. A lot of health-food, vitamin-supplement, alternative-medicine Fukushima-woke sites are right-wing.

    Just sayin’.

    • Replies: @NomadDad
  22. Port City says:
    @Curmudgeon

    You and I think alike. I said as much two years ago.

  23. Thanks, Eric you are moving in the right direction. Enough of this Trumpist Cultists, people with no personality, just sheeple, that want to be led to the slaughter house. Yes what did Trump do for the average person in the USA??? For Israel he did and does loads. See Phil Giraldi’s latest.

    America needs a real Alternative Party that places America First, with all that entails for the interests of the worker, farmer, engineer to business man, sorry but bankers and Wall Street aside.

    It must start with limiting campaign bribery from big money to buy politicians must start with ending <b>Citizens United. That must be the first demand, the silent killer of our American Democracy, with all standing in silence to their rulers of the Mega Donors.

    • Agree: John Johnson
  24. Wyatt says:
    @Realist

    Then change the system

    Too many people find power in their words and have no mind for timing, logistics or mass will. The political solutions failed well over a century ago with the establishment of the Federal Reserve and the subsequent expenditure of American lives to ensure foreign debts were paid. Without a strongman to usher change in with lots of federal guns, there has to be a popular revolution which requires years of abuse, dehumanization and economic devastation to a large enough group of people and then there has to be a powder keg event where enough people stand up, say “fuck it,” and march on their government.

    That’s how these events pan out. History is repeating itself and we’re sitting just a ways away from option number 3, if it even happens at all.

    • Agree: Parsnipitous
  25. anon[199] • Disclaimer says:
    @Dutch Boy

    The main right wing fantasy I’ve seen about the election is that Biden/Harris are socialists who are going to institute Venezuela-style socialism in the USA.

    Yes.

    Of course, they are the corporate candidates par excellence and received massive support from corporations and the plutocratic class in general. Any socialism will be of the corporate variety.

    Like Chavismo, which plunders the majority of the population in order to prop up the 1%? Yes. Exactly.

    Open borders, for example, is a corporate wet dream promising an unlimited supply of cheap labor subsidized by the taxpayers.

    Yes, and also an unlimited supply of low-information voters who will support the Party. See California for an example. The 1% of oligarchs and the 1% of political grabblers together. One hand washes the other. A lot like Chavismo.

    All such public subsidies for services are fundamentally substitutes for the living wages that corporations are loathe to pay their employees and for which employees no longer have the bargaining power to demand.

    Real wages in the US for the working class have been stagnant since the 1970’s. Is it a random event that this just happens to coincide with massive illegal immigration? No, it is not. The Party is in the process of population replacement and has been at least since 1975.

    Personnel is policy, just look at the list of Jews who will make up Biden’s cabinet for a start. Then think “Why are all these Obama retreads showing up?” and figure what’s going to go on.

    Maybe your Che beret is too tight, it is restricting blood flow to your brain?

    • Replies: @Dutch Boy
  26. IvyMike says:

    Pretty good article but why does he have to pee on gay men? I’ve known some pretty many homosexuals in my life.

    • Replies: @Joe Paluka
    , @John Johnson
  27. TNC says:
    @nsa

    He got the votes and then some

  28. @Curmudgeon

    “A 2016 Trump/Sanders ticket would have won in a landslide.”

    Interesting how White America was split between nationalism and socialism in 2016. Really makes you think.

    • Replies: @Curmudgeon
    , @Ugetit
  29. Bill says:
    @MB

    IOW if you are upset that Bug and Mug are the respective left and right hand sock puppets for More Big Govt.

    I’m more concerned that 80s retreads muttering to themselves about Big Government are never going to figure it out.

  30. bjondo says:

    But for the Grace of God, we would have Hillary or Jeb
    and wars and greater criminality with most still blind.

    Who’s left blind now?

    You see some trees, missed others, skipped the forest entirely.

    Somewhere mentioned that Trump missed opportunity
    by playing golf this weekend.

    Maybe but I like the idea of him shoving it into Dems/DeepShit State’s face.

    anyway this is bigger than trump. this is all of us not just him.

    we weren’t deserted we were there for ourselves.

  31. Anon[369] • Disclaimer says:
    @Watching the Dying Light

    IIRC, it was Steve Sailer who said it was Tucker Carlson who at Mar-A-Lago talked Trump into making COVID-19 a national emergency. You know the rest of the story. Nothing Trump’s dumb Jew son-in-law was behind was as colossally damaging as the hyping and politicizing of this mild virus. Then Tucker had the temerity to make mockery and indignation at the response and politicization of COVID-19 a big part of his show.

    Also, someone posted on Unz Review (forget where) a link to a story about Hunter Biden’s laptop containing a friendly email from Tucker Carlson in 2014 thanking Hunter for helping Tucker’s brother Buckley with something related to Georgetown University.

    • Replies: @follyofwar
  32. … a lawsuit demanding 7,000,000 votes be invalidated in Pennsylvania, did not provide any compelling evidence for fraud or malfeasance.

    The fraud and malfeasance was when the PS Supreme Court, the PA Secretary of State, and the various supervisors of elections throughout the state did not follow the law as enacted by the state legislature and essentially re-wrote it

    Yes, it is that easy.

    I say that with the benefit of legal education, but I’m a pragmatist, and I seriously doubt any judge in the land will toss otherwise invalid votes in the current political environment, because the MSM will whip up a frenzy among “the people” by playing up how the court or a specific judge undermined our “democracy” regardless if it was by following the people’s duly enacted laws. This is why 30 of 31 cases have been tossed without even given the benefit of discovery to properly develop the evidence.

    You have unfortunately bought into the fallacy that an absence of evidence is evidence of an absence of crime or malfeasance.

    How can this election be crime-free when the US has a celebrated and documented history of election fraud and malfeasance, particularly in places like Philadelphia? When did Philly politics get cleaned up?

    Ask yourself why so few judges have ruled against a number of COVID tyrannies like mask mandates, and why the blowhard governor of Maryland can get away with saying there is no Constitutional right to not wear a mask: It is because we’ve crossed the Rubicon into post-Constitutional America, where a sizable minority can whip the rest of us to their virtue-signaling will.

    If ever there was a time for resistance in America, it is now, to the Election that could make all future elections nothing more than mere Kabuki.

    • Agree: Thomasina, GeneralRipper
  33. @Digital Samizdat

    The Great Reset, Davos, Schwab and all the actors have been described copiously by Paul Craig Roberts. Dr Roberts is much more knowledgeable about economic matters than Striker and he takes this matter very seriously. Striker seems to brush all this off.
    It is not a conspiracy theory when the conspirators describe publicly how they intend to do it. This is the case with the Davos mob.
    A Trump victory prevents this happening in the US and maybe elsewhere. This may not be the case with a Biden victory. Obviously, every right-minded person should want the former.

    P.S. I bet you think this fake plague is real, too, like Hunter Wallace.

    COVID-19 is more virulent than normal Seasonal Flu, but is much less so than Hong Kong Flu ( 1968-69). It is a fraction ( <2% ) of the virulence of Spanish Flu (1918-20). No special measures were taken for either Hong Kong or Spanish Flu.
    As you say, it is not a plague.

    • Agree: Digital Samizdat
    • Replies: @pyrrhus
  34. pyrrhus says:

    Sounds like a Concern Troll shill…Sidney Powell was never being paid by the Trump campaign, and has her own group, and a witness in AZ. https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/11/arizona-35000-votes-given-every-democrat-candidate-just-start-voting-off-sidney-powell-drops-moab-az-democrats-flip-state/…The fact that Striker isn’t smart enough, like Carlson, to understand that 130,000 votes for Biden appearing out of thin air in MI, with no votes for Trump or the fringe candidates, is per se evidence of vote fraud pretty much disqualifies him as a commentator…

    • Agree: TKK
    • Replies: @Verymuchalive
  35. pyrrhus says:
    @Verymuchalive

    Not to mention that this PCR test yields 90% false positives, people with not enough virus to be sick or spread it….per the CDC and Harvard…

    • Replies: @Verymuchalive
    , @GMC
  36. @pyrrhus

    I totally agree there, and it’s worse than that. They’re not paying Dr Roberts any royalties for his test !

    • LOL: Thomasina
  37. @pyrrhus

    Striker, like Carlson, doesn’t seem to realise that voting is essentially a civil matter. OK, Electoral fraud, prosecuted against person or persons, is a criminal matter, which must be proven beyond reasonable doubt.
    However, we are not dealing with that here. Setting aside votes is civil and need only be proved on the balance of probabilities. On the balance of probabilities, the cases cited clearly indicate electoral irregularities and fraud.
    Whilst judges may be corrupt and fearful of reprisals, they also seem to be demanding that these cases are proved beyond reasonable doubt.
    NOT GOOD.

  38. The insane and deranged responses to this article just shows how Trumpism/MAGA has devolved into an idiotic personality cult.

    MAGAtards deserve utter contempt.

    • Replies: @The Alarmist
  39. @Thulean Friend

    Well, I guess they should be happy you are against their criminal prosecution.

    • Replies: @Verymuchalive
  40. @The Alarmist

    I wouldn’t take any notice of Thulean – he’s no friend of you or me. He is an unhinged liberal who believes race-mixing is good for the World and we ” will all be healthier and prettier ” for it. He’s obviously never heard of outbreeding depression or seen how this works in reality, as in Brazil where you end up with a very violent, highly stratified caste society ( murder rates 7X that of New York City )

  41. @White Guy In Japan

    Any truly nationalist movement seeks solutions from across the political spectrum, because it operates on the basis of what is best for “the nation”as a whole, not just lobbyists throwing cash at them. Sometimes that may be socialist, or even communist, while at other times it may be libertarian.

  42. https://votepatternanalysis.substack.com/p/voting-anomalies-2020

    Sidney Powell is telling the truth. The CIA/DOD/MOSSAD have supercomputers and software that enables them to hack pretty much anything….including voting machines. And they have “fixed” elections all over the world using Hammer and Scorecard for the cyber fix and color rev tactics to round out the program.

    There is a great deal of info regarding these issues if you care to look.

    To make matters worse all three voting machine companies seem to be rather shady and have connections to leftist organizations.

    I think the Jews screwed the pooch on this one…..faith in election integrity was an excellent means of control and that has totally evaporated. Of course the Jews’ solution to everything is MORE CONTROL so we can expect a massive amount of misery coming our way.

  43. Flubber says:
    @nsa

    Your analysis is bone headed and banal.

  44. … gatekeepers of the phony right like Ezra Levant, “The Great Reset” is much more palatable and less dangerous than the real issue of the Great Replacement.

    For sure. Chasing Occult Theories or Global Conspiracies is about as insightful as UFOlogy.

    Simply pointing to the obvious facts in front of us is what takes courage.

    • Replies: @durd
  45. GMC says:
    @pyrrhus

    You touched a nerve with that comment. Look at all the countries that have signed on to the NWO BS and are screwing their own people. Portugal is the newest country, will balls enough to call out and show evidence of the lies. So, who can be sued for this ? Nobody What happens if you make arrangements to fly somewhere, say overseas, and that country wants verification of a negative Coronavirus test 3 to 4 days prior to flight time, and your phoney PCR test comes up positive ? Is that phoney ” positive reading” going to follow you around, until you take their phoney vaccine – of course it will. Again, look at all these countries , buying into the NWO lies. It’s all a smoke screen, in order to keep you from asking the only question that needs answering – Why aren’t the ones who developed, weaponized, and spread CD – 19, not being Hunted down . I was hoping China and Russia would step up , but they seem to be part of the Plan .

  46. You have unfortunately bought into the fallacy that an absence of evidence is evidence of an absence of crime or malfeasance.

    So very true! Thank you for that reminder. Unfortunately, Team Trump must pony up sufficient evidence (‘proof’ as they say) to remain credible. This may yet happen, but the Fourth Estate is chopping away at Trump’s cred–not to mention his legal challenge–by the minute. The punditocracy is making Trump look like a sore loser (or worse).

    Meanwhile, dottering President-elect Biden has been coronated. But we’re still not at the finish line. (I smell a rat. Don’t you?) So Mr. Striker should hold his horses.

    All the same, this essay contained many interesting observations and insights. Eric Striker is as astute as he is prodigious. (Does the man ever sleep?) He seems to crank out a new article by the day. Impressive!

    I am glad that Striker gave some credit to Tucker Carlson for calling out Powell’s fanciful election conspiracy theories which involved Castro, Maduro, Chavez and others. After all, a Bond movie would have fewer villains. It is looking however as though Fox is starting to drift Leftward. Not a good sign.

    On the other hand, Sidney Powell–not to mention Trump’s A-Team–might just have more evidence up their sleeves than we know. Let us not prejudge, Mr. Striker. Trump’s main problem is, his electoral theft theory (which is quite plausible) is still looking like just a lot of strong circumstantial evidence. This may not be enough.

    Trump needs to produce many more dots if the SCOTUS is to connect them in his favor.

    As for me, just looking at all the POC operatives ‘counting votes’ in Philly, Atlanta, Detroit and Milwaukee is enough to justify an election audit. But TPTB may no allow it.

    Have we passed the point of no return? It’s possible. The organized, militant, Democrat ‘Left’ (and their billionaire sponsors) may have too much control of media, Big Tech, deep state power, financial clout, street thuggery, minority rabble, and the education establishment to be removed from power once Biden ‘wins’ and the Dems gain control both Houses.

    If that happens, watch for the rapid granting of citizenship to many millions of ‘undocumented immigrants’, the (possible) addition of another two (or four) more (liberal) Supreme Court justices (packing the Court), and granting statehood to either DC or Puerto Rico.

    If it goes that way, the latest Democrat power-grab could become irreversible. And future elections will be forever compromised.

    • Replies: @Whitewolf
  47. @IvyMike

    A lot of gay men pay good money for the privilege of being peed on.

    • LOL: TKK
    • Replies: @TKK
  48. Powell’s Venezuela nonsense was no nuttier than Schiff’s Russian collusion crap.

  49. Soy beans don’t necessarily make a man gay. Asians eat tofu and they invented kung fu and karate. They also attacked Pearl Harbor.

  50. Anynymous says:
    @brabantian

    Though I suspect that what is truly happening, is the Deep State itself deciding whether to favour Trump or Biden, and then ‘instructing’ the US Supreme Court judges on what to do

    Right, that’s pretty obvious.

    Biden’s team is hopeless. He will spend the rest of the US credit (bond sales) making the US even less governable than it is and on cosmetic efforts in the cities. The net effect would most likely be driving some States and perhaps coalitions of Counties, past nullification of Federal laws into open revolt. Crushing one or two of those (as an example, of course) would cause a more general rebellion. Such of the “elite” political / political funding class as don’t want the US to disintegrate would regard it as something to avoid.

    Trump’s team isn’t all that much better, at least from the elite standpoint. He’s going to have to make major changes just to survive. These changes will make the elite much less elite, but should leave them with considerable money (and no future). That’s the deal offered to the Anglo-Saxons in 1932, and they took it. Maybe the current elite will take the equivalent deal.

    A Supreme Court that could upset the entire “I’m pregnant, we have to get married” business and cause deep depression for just about every woman who subsequently had her baby aborted, and justify the decision by the “penumbra of the shadow of the Constitution” (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Penumbra_(law)) could rule just about any way it wanted. See Bork’s _The Tempting of America_ for more on that.

    So, the decision will have to be from other than legal considerations. Ultimately, it’s a question of retaining their power in a failing system or trying to jump to a rising system. Do they feel lucky?

    • Replies: @frontier
  51. Ugetit says:
    @White Guy In Japan

    “A 2016 Trump/Sanders ticket would have won in a landslide.”

    Interesting how White America was split between nationalism and socialism in 2016. Really makes you think.

    Here’s what I think about that.

    Russia appears not so much under the globalist boot heel as Germany is. Could it be that maybe the more brutal national socialist may have been on a better track than the guy who sought to appease and accommodate the global banking mafia, (not that the other guy had any other options)?

    I think I know the answer and therein may lie a clue. Thanks for making me think.

  52. The Birchers were right, and so is Trump’s team. The only difference is that China has far more influence, and far bigger allies, in the US than the USSR ever did. And exactly where does he think Big Tech will take the US if they win against Trump?

    To think that Trump, a multibillionaire, is merely grifting, that there is no case, and that Trump’s strategy has been thwarted is to misunderstand the situation completely. A man who makes such a bad judgment couldn’t be trusted on this issue.

    Worry not, because the National Justice Party, like the Traditionalist Worker Party, and other fringe LARPs similar to it, will defeat the hydra of globalism. The sort of rational, practical thinking that the Alt-Right lacks is why it will never be significant or win anything.

    • Replies: @Supply and Demand
  53. NomadDad says:
    @obwandiyag

    Correct. Most of those sites will tell you that soy isn’t a healthy alternative. And you were saying?

  54. Whitewolf says:
    @MB

    Government involvement that doesn’t include the big pharmaceutical companies and healh care insurers would help. If healthcare in the US is a lot more expensive than elsewhere combined with poorer service then something needs to be done. That cannot be done with politicians taking bribes from big pharma and insurers to make sure their profits remain sky high.

  55. SY says:
    @Peter D. Bredon

    “Spoken like a true country club Republican cuck.”

    You really have no idea who you are commenting about.

    Like… at all.

  56. gotmituns says:

    I’ve got no use for faggots…

  57. Whitewolf says:
    @mark green

    So very true! Thank you for that reminder. Unfortunately, Team Trump must pony up sufficient evidence (‘proof’ as they say) to remain credible. This may yet happen, but the Fourth Estate is chopping away at Trump’s cred–not to mention his legal challenge–by the minute. The punditocracy is making Trump look like a sore loser (or worse).

    Everyone knows the election results are pure unadulterated bs. Biden wasn’t even the most popular choice in the primaries. He was installed just like Hillary was in 2016.

    To suggest that Biden got more votes than anyone else in history is just silly and everyone knows it. It’s the type of claim that might be accepted by fans of Brian Stelter on cnn but not many others.

    The punditocracy is making itself look like gaslighting assholes. The same pundits were screaming about Russian collusion for years without anything resembling evidence.

    Trump and his legal team might not be doing a great job in the courts but it’s pretty hard to just ignore what they are claiming. The voting machine software can be analysed with or without the source code to see it’s actual operation. The hardware can be analysed as well. They should be torn apart and inspected thoroughly.

    Then you have things like 2.5 million mail in ballots received even though only 1.8 million were sent out. Or mail in ballots received before they were sent out. Higher turnout than registered voters or even number of people living in a county. Whether or not you can prove fraud caused such things it’s not unreasonable to suggest that such irregularities invalidate the results. Especially when the numbers involved are pretty big and not random small mistakes which might go either way. Receiving 700,000 extra mail in ballots than were sent out would invalidate the results in any non third world country. That’s almost 39% extra ballots received than sent out. It’s not a minor clerical error.

    • Replies: @Emslander
  58. Emslander says:

    You make it sound like things are just going to return to the normal irrelevancy of political thought regurgitators like yourself, so that the people actually concerned about their children and grandchildren (You have to have them to be concerned about them.) can go back into their houses of worship or witch’s covens.

    It’s just those nutty fringes.

    That all depends upon how long the system can be held up and wired together with central bank lending. I’d say not too much past January 2021.

  59. Abbybwood says:
    @anonymous

    The Iranian “nuclear scientist” must have been CIA considering how John Brennan is running around crying about how horrible it was that he was killed.

  60. TKK says:

    There is actually strange and somewhat credible evidence that Tom Hanks is a sinister figure who has carefully cultivated this corn fed American image of the “nicest guy in Hollywood” to hide….what?

    Hanks entire fortune and family trusts are managed by a diabolic Jewish billionaire who has ties to the Clintons, the Vatican and Epstein. It’s a Jew who is American. Who went to Yale.

    Hanks obtained dual citizenship in Greece around the same time Epstein was being indicted the second time.

    The only time Hank showed any negative emotion in public or on social media- ever– was when Ricky Gervais made jokes at the Oscars about celebrity ties to Epstein and pedophilic behaviors. Other celebrities laughed. Hanks looked like he was passing a kidney stone.

    Tom Hanks: marginally talented, not handsome, boyish to the point of oddness, with the same average woman for 40 years, no charisma….but bestowed and lavished with every honor Hollywood can muster.

    These whispers that constantly surface regarding child sexual abuse and Important People were found to be based in fact when one dives into the guts of the Epstein saga. Why the consistent thread of using children sexually? Why not some other vice: cocaine buffets, snuff films. No. It’s always children used for sex.

    And Epstein has vanished . Perhaps in Israel or Saudi Arabia. Perhaps dead. Perhaps in Witness Relocation.

    But he never made it trial. And the story has been buried. What an easy out. What a handy coincidence.

    That’s all I can say, or will say in the interest of….safety. Hanks is as protected in the media as the Clintons or the Bushes.

    Why is that?

  61. Tom Verso says:

    “Tucker was vindicated when Trump’s team abruptly severed ties with Powell and shelved her circus act.”

    You obviously have not read Powell’s 204 page Georgia Civil Suit against the Governor and various state officials, and the Michigan 75 page Suit against its Governor and various state officials.

    Just keep watching television and talking to The Right Stuff gang. Great Schtick!

  62. @Tsigantes

    Zese alt rite, zey are all juden.

  63. Tlotsi says:
    @restless94110

    Trump is hated by the Left because they think he’s Hitler, and by the Right because he’s not.

    • Agree: Tom Rogers
    • LOL: Emslander
  64. You do know any form of a financial ‘ism is acceptable to the Rothchild Empire? They were perfectly fine with likes of Hitler, Stalin, Mao, and Reagan. Debt and inflation is all that is desired for the usury enslavement. Now that brings me to your suggestion of Bernie Bros and the Deplorables uniting for some sort of national socialist utopia, bankers still win because all forms of socialism are dependent on central and international banking systems. Nor with such alliance can you blame the Jew. So who will be the contrived enemy to keep you on the approved feudal plantation? Also with a good many Bernie Bros are indeed Jewish, so is such an alliance even sustainable? Internal fighting is a win for the bankers.

    How does the reset play into such an alliance? The earth is currently doing a reset Your banker buddies are just deciding who lives or die. Since the rich have better geology and weather reports. they have had time to prepare. One form of prep includes the Great Replacement as a primary tool for the Great Reset. Everything works together in banker world. Also as a fan of Adolph, you should be well aware of his plans for the Serbs was to educated them just enough to follow directions for their labor. Sound vaguely familiar? But you are spot on Trump is laying the groundwork for his desired media empire.

    • Thanks: gay troll
  65. @AnonStarter

    Will stop with the arse kissing?

    P. S. Ron, please give this dude an extra star to go away!

  66. Like him or not, Tucker is a serious political commentator that has tried and failed to provide coherence and principles to Trumpism for the last four years.

    Tucker Carlson is a red string wearing practitioner of the Kabbalah, so you bet I trust everything he says.

    Kabbalah is the name of an occult philosophy and theosophy that developed among Jews in Babylonia, and later Italy, Provence, and Spain, between the sixth and thirteenth centuries A.D.
    https://www.equip.org/article/what-is-kabbalah/

    • Replies: @Malla
    , @Getaclue
  67. MLK says:
    @Tsigantes

    The place to begin, as Trump says, is with common sense. Not to put too fine a point on it, but what kind of an idiot thinks that Sleepy Joe legitimately garnered 80M votes, beating Trump/MAGA?

    I’m still waiting for the easily snookered, like this author, to make that case even in terms that might convince a middle schooler.

    As has been evident since he came down the escalator, destroying Trump is the greatest dues ex machina for establishment forces, domestic and foreign, any of us will ever see in our lifetimes.

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/infographic-the-4-year-long-campaign-against-trump_3582789.html

    Which, again, leads us to another ‘What kind of an idiot’ — as in what will it take to convince you that ‘By Any Means Necessary’ has been and will be operating until Trump and MAGA are neutralized?

    If you weren’t in a coma, or wasting your time discussing corn syrup and soy with Richard Spencer, you noticed that the Democrats and their Allied Media didn’t even try to win this election. They directed all of their efforts at ensuring Sleepy Joe was the nominee, and vastly upgrading their election fraud capacity and planning.

    Whether they playfully self-identified as Ds or Rs, then and still, they figured out in the 2016 primaries they simply couldn’t beat Trump fair and square. Give the devils their due, the lesson they learned from 2016 was, as Hillary ordered, “not to concede under any circumstances.” That gave them the time to get the job done.

    Look, I get that it’s exceedingly difficult for many — not just this author — to stand up against what the megaphone and swells are blaring 24/7, no matter how absurd it is. Read Vaclav Havel to get a sense of why so many revert so quickly to their own ‘corn syrup and soy’ jibber jabber:

    https://www.nonviolent-conflict.org/resource/the-power-of-the-powerless/

    Trump understands the power of common sense. Or, as I put it in the instant case, ‘What kind of idiot . . .’ That’s why he seemly went to ground, allowing the enemies, and useful idiots, of the republic to make their case that the Potemkin Village Idiot and his Potemkin campaign, really did win the day. To say that it’s been a pathetic performance on their part is a monumental understatement. I didn’t think it was possible but I actually started feeling sorry for Obama when he had to go public vouchsafing Biden as The One True King of black voters — not he, the first black president — in six key swing state cities.

    Thus the next turn of the screw:

    “Trump U-Turns On Day-Old Promise To Leave White House, Insists Biden ‘Prove’ His Votes Were Legal”

    Now, apply common sense. Mainstream, even prestige, media is thoroughly discredited. They shot their wad on election night when they were forced to play their Fox/AZ card early.

    It’s a risible lie that we’re a 50-50 divided country. While this is conventional wisdom, anyone who actually believes it, as opposed to saying it to make themselves feel better or for its functionality, I ask for your evidence.

    No, back of the envelope, and good enough for government work, is 80/20 per The Pareto Principle. That’s 80% attached to this constitutional republic, rule of law, and free and fair elections, thingie we’ve got going.

    If Sleepy Joe takes the oath then we will have as POTUS the American equivalent of Yeltsin upon reelection in 1996. That’s a crisis of legitimacy well beyond the Bush/Obama figurehead era.

    • Replies: @MLK
    , @Thomasina
  68. Tuscany says:
    @Watching the Dying Light

    Carlson often says about himself that he has an ‘anger problem’. Given the importance of the subject and the unsatisfactory flow of information, it is easy to imagine what happened.

  69. TKK says:
    @Joe Paluka

    It is so disturbing but its true.

    And they go further than that. That’s all I will say. It’s too revolting to type.

    But the image of the doddering, tweed clad Queen walking his Corgis, while teaching Chaucer at a University, and retiring to a cozy Victorian mansion with his monogamous partner of 30 years to cook scones together is fraud. A lie to make accepting gay men easier to swallow. (Bad verb to use).

    Gay men engage in the most repulsive sex acts known to humanity.

    Grindr culture. There are actually gay men that invite strangers to their house, leave the door unlocked, cover their head with a sheet and leave their bottom end sticking out. The visitor does his business and they rinse and repeat all night.

    No culture that forces people to accept this filth will survive.

  70. Does anyone remember a kid with a maga hat getting kidnapped by antifa? What did Trump supporters do? They whined, a bit. Then a bunch of MAGA kids got punched and attacked. The response from the Trumpers was more whining.
    Hell, antifa literally KILLED a patriot front member. What did the MAGA crowd do? Again, all they did was whine about how weak and pathetic they are. Nobody cared, for obvious reasons. Nobody likes a bitch.

    What’s happening right now, is the same impotent MAGA whining. They’re complaining that the election was stolen, which it was, and there’s this boomer expectation of a karmic punishment. Which the Dems won’t get. Because why would they? They’re not bitches.

    The trump POTUS youtube account released a video every death of a pope, and began uploading radical pro-rump videos frequently…in late 2020.
    It seems to me that Trump’s team has moved on the offensive only when they realized Biden won. They are 4 years too late, and are paying for the boomer lethargy by losing the elections.

    I’m glad the lethargic whiners are gone. It was shameful to see RW positions be represented by these impotent idiots. Once trump loses, I hope they realize how much influence they lost as a demographic, and get some common sense. But who am I kidding? They’ll just chug on their HFCS, pop some prescription heroin and whine some more.

    • Agree: Tom Rogers
  71. Emslander says:
    @Whitewolf

    Everyone knows the election results are pure unadulterated bs.

    They’re laughing up their sleeves in the Chicago machine.

    It was cheating on such a massive scale that the obvious becomes the unprovable. The percentage of registered voters who voted in 2016 was already at record and unbelievable levels. Now they say that 10 million more people voted for President in 2020. The population increase of the country between 2016 and 2020 of people of all ages, not voting age, is estimated at 6 million. You’ve already pointed out the over 100% precincts in critical areas. That’s clear evidence, but it’s circumstantial and not concrete enough for the SCOTUS to take the case.

    It’s like Stalin’s dictum that a single murder is a tragedy while millions of murders is a statistic.

    This degradation of our Republic at the hands of the doddering old mobster is nothing more than a statistical fact.

  72. profnasty says:
    @AnonStarter

    Good points all.
    What about a party which protects our borders and citizenship? A party that protects the least of us having to sleep in the woods, if we are hurt. A party that allows and respects voting on some major issues. A party which supports all workers?
    We could call it The National Social Democratic Worker’s Party.
    They’ve already got my vote.

  73. https://jbs.org/about/facts/

    Dang them Birchers.

    Who cast them out of the Conservative movement? Billy Bickley, Ivy League cuck (he did like rough trade sodomy right?) who was CIA and the gofer for the New York Jews.

    It is cute to have Birchers used as the domestic brand of the Nazis.

    Let’s all hail Cucker:

    Thank you for saying that; that is SUCH a smart point

    THAT was such a good summary of what is going on. I wish I had said that.

    Thank you_____ for being on the show. Every time you are on I learn something…

    Cucker mistook a news conference for a trial where evidence is presented to a judge and we are supposed to support him in that error?

  74. @Realist

    Why don’t you change it, “Realist”? Give us the solution. Meanwhile, some of us are just concerned about personal safety under a federal government run by Hate-Whitey Harris with BLM/Antifa thugs emboldened.

    • Replies: @Realist
  75. MLK says:
    @MLK

    By the way, Tucker isn’t the enemy. Nor will anything he does or doesn’t say determine the outcome in this struggle. He was set up internally (at Fox) to split and demoralize MAGA.

    But unless you’re similarly situated to Tucker, a word to the wise. While you may have professional or personal reasons for keeping your head down, if you have any respect for yourself you won’t loudly and proudly affirm the Big Lie in whole or part without similar good reason. Not the least including opening up a mouth about a true warrior, Sidney Powell.

    Powerful interests aside, on a personal level the anti-Trump driver across the board was and remains resentment. As much any of the men who became POTUS — and it isn’t even close, Trump did it himself and with the establishment, domestic and foreign, using any means necessary to stop him.

    It shouldn’t surprise that he considered himself a real POTUS.

    Imagine how he makes both Bush and Obama feel about themselves and they’re both one of 45! Now carry it down the food chain. Suffice it to say that — consciously or not — 20% of Americans would rather die and for the American Project to fail than to admit that Trump is The Indispensable Man.

  76. Generally agree with the desires of the author, but how do you get there? In fact, let’s turn the question around – how did we get here?
    Our negligence!
    Since politics is downstream from demographics, education and culture – politics is the outage from the alimentary canal of American life and is essentially shoveling manure – who’s feeding DaBeast?
    You can read more – http://www.crushlimbraw.com – you can’t fix a problem instantly that took well over 100+ years to develop – while we slept.
    The best we can do is begin. Considering our present state of the union, what are the odds?
    BTW – the link above leads you to my website – the heavy lifting begins in DaLimbraw Library with an archive collected over 5+ years.
    Good hunting!

  77. Wild Man says:
    @restless94110

    I think you are making a good and important point here. A whole lot of people are trying to figure out for themselves what is going on here …… which grand meta-narrative about the current state of national and global human affairs, makes the most sense. Not just commentators with platforms. There are free-thinking people everywhere trying to make sense of all the contradictions apparent in all these grand meta-narratives. Commentators with platforms do not possess a monopoly on this type of free-thinking. Eric should be careful around insinuations along those lines. It turns people off. Nobody likes insinuations of condescension.

    Now …. on the topic of grand meta-narratives about the current state of national and global human affairs, …… there are elements of what Alex Jones has been harping on for years and years (i.e. – that there is a globalist conspiracy afoot, for many many years now, to arrange the world of human affairs in such a way, that a totalitarianism designed to serve the old princes + the new princes, that is a new threat if they do indeed succeed, because any such totalitarian system, as Marx himself recognized, is most threatened by other competing systems of social/economic organization occurring outside of the jurisdiction hosting said totalitarian system). But what if there is no competing systems of social/economic organization because there are no more outside jurisdictions hosting these competing systems? Alex Jones seems to be counseling that that is, ultimately, what is at play here.

    Now, though it is a rather simplistic model, all in all, in simplistic summary form, I think Alex Jones has got it more or less right. But see here, there are other commentators with platforms, like Steve Bannon, that see that AJ’s model is too simplistic, and seek nuance. More or less introducing the idea that it is not so much about one totalitarian system designed to serve the old princes + the new princes, trying to usurp all other systems, but at least two (Chinese-style communism + the globalist perversion that has been visited upon true westernism for decades and decades, perhaps even centuries now). In truth it is even more bifurcated than that (EU, Saudi Arabian regional influence etc.), and I think Steve Bannon probably recognizes that, but he seems to do a poor job of explaining his mindset around this (he focuses on the CCP too much in my estimation). Some would include Russia as one of the players in this bifurcation (I really don’t buy that trope myself though …. I see current-day Russia as more or less trying to play a long-game defensive strategy against these other forces).

    Now guys like Alex Jones, and Steve Bannon, and Tucker Carlson all do share one idea, common among them, though. And that idea is that true westernism (as enshrined in the American Constitution for instance), is what is mainly being attacked by all these totalitarian-plays. All these totalitarian-plays have a common enemy ….. and that is true westernism. I agree, ….. because, obviously, true westernism is the one system that is truly anti-totalitarian.

    Now if you buy what I said in paragraph above, when considering Trumpism and Trump himself, the question becomes …… is Trump a defender of true westernism doing his best given the current circumstance (that he is operating within a western system that has been perverted by this long-term globalist perversion visited upon true westernism), or is he not doing his best which would then make him a shill for certain elements of said perversion? Even after 5 years of Trumpism, it is still hard to tell (but I have been watching him carefully and I become slightly more persuaded that he is a true patriot, doing his best to adhere to true western ideals, given the circumstances, as the 5 years have unfolded). But …. all in all the jury is still out on that one.

    The most confounding feature among all these meta-narratives around vying globalist + regional totalitarian systems designed to serve the old princes + the new princes, is the role the very influential Jewish mindset plays in all this. It seems to me that Jewish mindset tends to be just crazy around this topic. And this craziness is just so deep. I’ll give you just one example (though there are thousands of similar examples) – how does somebody like Jared Diamond have any following at all, within academia (and within the broader culture), around his book ‘Guns, Germs, and Steel’? The conclusions he draws downstream from his overall Darwinian thesis is pure bunk. How does this stand? It stands as upheld by other Jewish intellectuals. These Jewish intellectuals can reason just fine (even in superior fashion), except when it comes to Jews vs. other cohorts. It seems their group tendency towards ethnocentrism is off the charts, and this tendency remains largely unexamined (or perhaps as crypsis) by the Jewish cohort and most others (except for platforms like this one). As such the Jewish cohort tends to see much of human behavior as a pathology because of this lack of self-awareness that they do indeed harbor these human behavioral tendencies in spades (it’s – ‘pathology for you but not for me’ type thing). I think the key here, to reorder the quagmire of competing globalist and regional totalitarian forces, so that true westernism can prevail, as the best system available to provide better outcomes for more people, is if the Jewish cohort (outstanding in many ways) could actually begin to serve true westernism, instead of the Jewish attempts to press true westernism into a subversive system of false pathologies, in order to instead serve Jewish interests. The Jews could be great allies for true westernism if they would come around. The Jewish resistance around this is very very deep and hard to understand …. it looks like ‘crazy’ to me. Is this Jewish false self-awareness (or perhaps it’s a crypsis) actually a pathology (i.e – like a genetic disease)? How the heck are we going to get to the bottom of answering such a loaded question?

    But demanding an answer to that question cannot really be avoided anymore. And the reason for that is ….. all these vying globalist and regional totalitarian systems are now pushing hard on this Green New Deal agenda (as upheld by the lies around human caused atmospheric CO2 leading to certain catastrophe). If America folds on this issue, ….. it’ll be the lynch-pin that allows the totalitarian forces much much more free rein (all over the world). America is one hair away from this eventuality. There is no more time.

    • Agree: Peripatetic Itch
  78. @Anon

    Tucker wasn’t the only national commentator to initially blow the corona panic way out of proportion. Everyone else in mainstream media did the same. But, unlike those on the left who stick to the official story to this day, it didn’t take long for Tucker to realize he’d been hoodwinked. He admitted his initial response was wrong, and now has several segments each week criticizing lockdowns, school closings, and tyrannical governors.

    Tucker was one of the first with a national news/talk show to take on Saint Fauci. And he often has Alex Berenson (Unreported Truths About Covid-19) as a guest. So, I think he’s made amends for his original mistake. In his defense, few knew what we were dealing with when this “plague” first erupted.

    So, Tucker gave the president some bad advice about Covid at Mar-A-Lago. Hold that against him if you like. But, it was Trump who kept devious would-be dictator, and democrat operative, Anthony Fauci on his team, when it was obvious he should have been fired. As the campaign wore on, Trump would have been better off if he had listened more closely to Tucker, and had quit taking the advice of, in Striker’s words, “harmless lapdog” Hannity.

    On another note, I think it was wrong of Tucker to throw a hissy-fit because Sidney Powell wouldn’t appear on his show.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  79. Realist says:
    @Parsnipitous

    Why don’t you change it, “Realist”? Give us the solution.

    The solution is a revolution. What is your solution?

    • Replies: @Getaclue
    , @Parsnipitous
  80. The criticism of Sidney Powell is unwarranted.

    Sidney was right to mention CIA conducted color revolutions all over the world as a means to explain what happened in our election, that they have done it before and will do it again.

    Revolver had an excellent article on Norm Eisen and color revolutions and it was detailed and factual.

    I’ve noticed a pattern regarding those who criticize Sidney……all of them seem to despise Christians.

    • Agree: GeneralRipper
  81. @Tlotsi

    I’m a bit amazed at the Trump hatred exhibited by right-wingers. It’s almost as if they hate ordinary people (Trump supporters) more than leftists.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @Tom Rogers
  82. @TKK

    There are actually gay men that invite strangers to their house, leave the door unlocked, cover their head with a sheet and leave their bottom end sticking out. The visitor does his business and they rinse and repeat all night.

    This behavior neither picks my pocket nor breaks my leg. So I don’t care a bit about it. Why do you?

  83. DinoN says:
    @Dutch Boy

    Why don’t you Americas leave us 3rd Countries alone instead of Bullying, Bombing, Droning, Regime Changing us? Do you really, really care for us so much? Poor people do not need American Style “De-mock-racy”! They want to trade fairly with anyone who wants to buy or sell. Is that so difficult for you to accept? Please go fight with someone your own size.

    • Replies: @John Johnson
  84. Shaman911 says:

    Great title as both can be deadly to many individuals.

  85. @Wild Man

    Globalists are practical jokers, and they are laughing their head of about what they can do to the sheeple. They are totally fearless. But I do think that it is a gamble. And they are actually gambling with their lives.

    • Replies: @Wild Man
  86. Anonymous[392] • Disclaimer says:
    @Parsnipitous

    Nobody hates Trump supporters, we hate Trump for swindling Trump supporters, who we once were. He did nothing to help his white constituency dying from drug overdoses after losing their jobs due to Covid. Instead, Trump let feral blacks out of the prison and then gave them \$500 billion grant that explicitly racially excludes whites. I cannot think of an insult worse than that.

  87. @Tlotsi

    And I agree with those on the Right who reject Trump for that reason. Whether you intended to or not, you have summed it up well.

  88. @Parsnipitous

    I don’t hate Trump supporters. (I don’t even hate Trump, for that matter). You’re just gaslighting.

    • Replies: @Parsnipitous
  89. @TKK

    Gay men engage in the most repulsive sex acts known to humanity.

  90. Mr. Anon says:

    In these last few months of his administration, Trump isued an executive order banning critical race theory in federal agencies, and has even mooted an EO eliminating the anchor-baby loophole.

    Gosh – that’s great. Why didn’t he do these things three years and ten months ago?

    The best thing that could happen to “Trumpism” is for Trump to lose and return to private life, taking all of his children (and inlaws) with him. They turned what was a truly populist movement in 2016 into nothing more than a personality cult. A personality cult for a man with a ridiculous and childish personality. Trump has probably sullied the populist brand as much as George W. Bush did the conservative brand by 2008. The die-hard trump supporters (virtually all of whom are white) waving their Trump flags from their pick-up truck convoys love Trump because he doesn’t knuckle-under. Because he’s a fighter. But he doesn’t fight for them. He only fights for himself and his own fragile ego. Trump has used these people everybit as much as the Con Inc. establishment.

  91. anonymous[383] • Disclaimer says:

    I guess Eric Striker is going soy…This is pure BS…7K votes with no fraud…please Ni,, please…PA MI WI NE AZ MI votes have FRAUD written on them..,1Millions illlegal mexicans voted in the border states…dead people, people, people born in 1860s voted..voting 100xs in 3 different states, …Eric ,,,WHITE/BLACK deplorables are missing this precious chance in HISTORY to come together and BRING about a NATIONAL MAGA movement…TRUMP must stay in the WH…with the prospect fo 12 millions mexican to be legalized by executive decree (Bidens) MAGA is dead, and the Big replacement accomplished..A BIG DEEP BLUE WALL will rule the country+Mexico..

  92. Malla says:
    @Johnny Walker Read

    What is so strange is that this red string around the wrist (supposed to keep the evil eye away) is common in both Hinjews oops ….Hindus and Jews.

  93. Wild Man says:
    @Zarathustra

    Yes ….. the ‘gambling with their lives’ part. That occurs to me as well. If the jig is up at some point for those of the globalist ilk (especially those of the ilk that have visited the globalist perversion upon true westernism, …. i.e. – the traitors to true westernism), because the collective of all the free-thinking people finally figure out what is going on here, (i.e. – there are about 20 very sophisticated lies being promulgated throughout the culture, that are all exquisitely intertwined and self-reinforcing, that provide cover for what is actually going on), ….. well then, there certainly will be people incensed enough to draw up lists (lists perhaps comprising 10,000 worldwide individuals – globalist fascists of the billionaire set peculiarity + upper echelons of the technocratic set that uphold a different kind of peculiar fascism, whereby both sets of fascists mutually use each other) ….. and then other people that would be willing to take action on said lists. But I don’t condone any of that. It must be acted upon by way of actions of an impartial judiciary (in keeping with true westernism).

    I don’t think these fascistic billionaires and their technocratic handmaidens are nearly as smart as they think they are. (How can they not see just how much sane people absolutely hate being lied to). Some of these traitorous 10,000 or so individuals, you would think, must be freaking out right about now. Yet I see no sign of that.

    • Thanks: Zarathustra
  94. Getaclue says:
    @Realist

    Right…and you’ll be leading it….

    –We’re actually seeing an Astroturf “revolution” right now manufactured by the Davos NWO “Global Reset” Creeps/Soros Creep — the phony “plague” is part of it and was used to rig the election to give us Harris/Biden and the Great Reset tyranny —

    Anyone who doesn’t get that having Harris/Biden in is going to be light years worse than Trump (you think they openly rigged the election and this is not why? They did it because there will be no or little difference between Trump and them? LOL…) — and something the country will never recover from given the NWO Great Reset Agenda they will facilitate that is going to impoverish and imprison the Peons — is in on it or retarded. I just can’t handle hearing people say that Trump and his enemies are “the same” given what we’ve seen for 4 years now — there’s stupid and then there’s that….

    • Replies: @Realist
  95. @IvyMike

    Gays and assorted sexual minority lobbies use the left to push forward non-economic issues.

    This causes the left to become further disconnected from economic realities that workers face by focusing on race and sexuality.

    Part of the problem is that gays have plenty of free time since they don’t have families. Orwell observed that the left seems to draw in all sorts of perverts and weirdos that support destroying the mainstream by any means.

    Gays have helped morph the US left into the deranged beast it is today.

    Just look at how much time has been spent on gay marriage. The correct response should have been – Who gives an f? We have serious economic problems and gay marriage never should have made the top 100.

    The left has gone into crazy land and gays have helped drive it there.

  96. Getaclue says:
    @TestAcctforUnz

    So we’re to worry in hysteria about a “plague” wherein more than 99% recover — to be imprisoned at home in “lockdown”, wear Masks, and “social distance” — but an actual disease spread by Gay men that has killed an enormous amount of others as collateral damage is “behavior neither picks my pocket nor breaks my leg”? This lays just part of it out nicely as to some who by this “behavior” had a little more than their pockets picked or legs broken — they suffered a horrible death that was basically purposefully inflicted on them by a “favored” group that loves to claim otherwise– being “victims” and all….: https://www.takimag.com/article/theyll-snuff-your-life-to-end-their-stigma/

  97. @DinoN

    Why don’t you Americas leave us 3rd Countries alone instead of Bullying, Bombing, Droning, Regime Changing us?

    Are you talking about Venezuela?

    Do you think America should look the other way when a third world country adopts a failed ideology and then steals US assets and takes US workers hostage?

    How about coming up with a new system instead of pathetically giving Marx another try?

    Chalk up another FAILURE for Marxism. Unless you call begging relatives in the US to send medicine a success.

    So friggin stupid and to think we still have professors being paid to push this garbage.

    • Replies: @Rufus Clyde
  98. Getaclue says:
    @Johnny Walker Read

    Everything on Fox basically is controlled opposition — now of course breaking openly to the Left NWO Agenda….Tucker in his bow tie was much more honest as to who he is….

  99. @Anonymous

    Nobody hates Trump supporters

    I hate Trump supporters.

    The blind fanatics anyways.

    Circling the wagons on Trump’s lame response to the virus was a huge mistake.

    I hate Biden and his supporters even more so thanks a lot assholes.

    Go cheer a f-ning sports team if you think everything in politics is just us vs them.

    Rah Rah Rah just a flu.

    Yea that worked great. Now we get President Biden and President Harris. Two for one. Thanks a bunch.

  100. @nsa

    Oh but he did reach out to the poor. He had all kinds of plans that pondered specifically to blacks and hispanics in the form of more handouts and releasing violent felons from prison. Why wouldn’t his white working class base support him that, I wonder?

    • Replies: @JohnPlywood
  101. Wild Man says:
    @TestAcctforUnz

    What’s weird about it, is the pretension that alot of the gay lifestyle is not s0 perverted. So that is a lie. A lie to their ownselves (probably) and a lie to all those around them that do not partake, …. and then some of those around them that do not partake unwittingly reinforce that lie by shaming others that know better. All this is very bad for the overall culture (because a culture based on lies is asking for being kicked in at the knees at any moment). We can’t have a precarious culture like that. It invites disaster. Because pretty soon the whole culture just becomes a quagmire of lies, which harms everyone in one way or the other, and as well, the lies invite further lies by those that are devious enough to use an older lie to uphold and even more insidious newer lie. That is where we are right now in the currently very perverted (by way of many many lies all exquisitely intertwined in a self-reinforcing way) form of western culture (which is no longer true westernism anymore, by this point).

    Isn’t this all obvious? To tell you the truth, I don’t have a problem with gays doing the dirty either, as long as they admit they are perverted (I think Milo was/is of the ilk that is open about all this ….. so …. yes …. there is room for gays and gay lifestyles of course, as long as it doesn’t have to come with lies).

    • Replies: @John Johnson
  102. Agent76 says:

    Oct 29, 2020 Robert O’Brien – Trump’s Foreign Policy

    Donald Trump is the first American president since Ronald Reagan not to initiate a foreign war. Moreover, peace is breaking out in the Middle East. National Security Advisor Robert O’Brien explains the Trump approach.

    Feb 2, 2020 Criminal Justice Reform

    President Donald J. Trump has accomplished historic criminal justice reform in just his first term in office. Increasing job training for inmates, shortened sentences, and giving second chances to those that truly deserve it.

  103. gay troll says:

    An otherwise lucid essay is spoiled by the puerile notion that soy makes you gay. As the author clucks at the beliefs of conspiracy theorists he nonetheless constructs his article around a completely spurious notion. Soy contains phytoestrogens which may or may not affect human hormones. Even if soy “feminizes” men it’s a long way toward reversing one’s sexual orientation. If the author is so evidence based then let’s see some evidence that soy has ever made anyone gay. With all the soy and all the drag queens and trannies you’d think there would be an epidemic of gayness in the West but apparently we still only account for 3% of the population. After all these decades of the homosexual agenda you’d think we’d have recruited more.

    Also, corn syrup makes you fat, not stupid. And fat turns testosterone into estrogen.

    • Agree: JohnPlywood
  104. Thomasina says:
    @MLK

    “… what kind of an idiot thinks that Sleepy Joe legitimately garnered 80M votes, beating Trump/MAGA?”

    Exactly. Their stupid polls lied to make it appear Biden had lots of support. They ramped up Antifa and BLM (both groups probably being paid) to make it appear as if there was huge support. The media played Biden up and Trump down.

    Trump garnered more votes than any other president ever has, and yet somehow Biden beat these numbers?

    No way.

    I hope Trump’s team blow the lid off this election fraud. Trump has exposed a lot of collusion and corruption (Big Tech, Big Media, FBI, CIA…..on and on). If that’s all he ever does, it will be worth it.

    • Agree: Peripatetic Itch
  105. “In the battle of corn syrup vs soy, of stupid vs gay, we the people deserve better.”

    Do you really?

    Wendel Phillips once said that ‘eternal vigilance is the price of liberty’.

    For most people ignorance is bliss.

    One of the few bright spots is that this election seems to awaken a few of the dormants. The USA has the candidates it deserves. And maybe Trump is not all that bad?

  106. @Pop Warner

    Blacks and Hispanics are Trump’s base, Pop. Few sober and unadmixed white Americans support him.

    • Disagree: Thomasina
    • Troll: mark green
  107. Face reality, the USA is done. We had four years or maybe a 100 being distracted of a president they wanted out since day one. Now that Joe and his Ho take power the deal will be done. Under Trump our 1a has been eviscerated and he did nothing! The useless reality show actor who’d die for Israel (actually your own children). Under Joe and his Ho they’ll come for the 2a and that also will be eviscerated. There will be no 3rd or 4th party system unless there’s lots of blood to be spilled just to get rid of the one party system, the zio-democrat and the zio-republican system. Wake the fuck up people!

  108. @TestAcctforUnz

    This behavior neither picks my pocket nor breaks my leg. So I don’t care a bit about it. Why do you?

    Gay behaviors don’t pick your pocket?

    Do you pay taxes?

    Billions of state and federal dollars have been spent on HIV medication. That is no exaggeration. Billions up on billions.

    HIV medication at one point was 100k a year per patient. It has come down to 20k a year but gays are also more likely to have medical complications from other behaviors. Meth use in the gay community is around 15%. They also have high rates of Hep C which is also expensive to treat. This all adds up to high medical bills and the medical community isn’t allowed to talk about it. It’s a total drain on Medicaid simply because gays can’t keep themselves to a single partner. So your tax dollars go directly to their to their ridiculous sexual extremes.

    • Replies: @Majority of One
  109. @Wild Man

    What’s weird about it, is the pretension that alot of the gay lifestyle is not s0 perverted. So that is a lie. A lie to their ownselves (probably) and a lie to all those around them that do not partake, …. and then some of those around them that do not partake unwittingly reinforce that lie by shaming others that know better. All this is very bad for the overall culture (because a culture based on lies is asking for being kicked in at the knees at any moment). We can’t have a precarious culture like that. It invites disaster

    We already have a culture based on lies. No one is allowed to talk about the damaging side of the gay sexual behaviors since they are a protected group. Everyone is expected to lie and suppress data related to how few gays are monogamous. The data has long shown that gay men have an extreme number of partners compared to straight men and are more likely to engage in unprotected sex. This becomes even further magnified by their desire for anal sex which is inherently much riskier than vaginal or oral sex.

    The liberals describe themselves as “on the side of science” and they have long been against shutting down gay sexual venues to control STDs. They fall back to “education” as if that has ever stopped gays from taking part in orgies or other deviant behaviors.

    The pretension you speak of where we are supposed to believe that gay men are not perverted goes against the experiences of anyone that has been around them. As with Black crime it can only be wished away by Whites that live out in the suburbs.

    • Agree: mark green
    • Replies: @Wild Man
  110. @Realist

    A “revolution” is chaos, the rule of warlords and thugs. You must be ensconced safely, as I suspected. I never claimed to have a solution, my goals are modest.

    What threw me, you see, is you pretend to be a realist. “Maximalist poser” is more like it.

    • Replies: @Realist
  111. @Anonymous

    Politics is called the art of the possible. Ever think about that?

    I used to share some of your feelings about Trump, but in retrospect, for someone flying by the seat of his pants, he did more than expected and probably way more than you or I would have accomplished. What would you have done and how and with what allies?

    The power of the President is mostly overrated.

  112. @Tom Rogers

    I am not. There is a distinct hatred by maximalists for ordinary folk who voted Trump. They may be a be a bit dense, they don’t want revolution, civil war and mayhem. Trump did a little, they love him for that. Is that wrong or “gaslighting” (the stupidest word of the last few years)?

    • Replies: @Tom Rogers
  113. American politics is like the big dog that makes its way to the front lawn,
    Takes a great big, smelly dump, and the American voter walks out to
    contemplate which side of the turd they should polish…

  114. @Parsnipitous

    Trump has done nothing or next-to-nothing for white Americans – in my opinion. I have said he is America’s first Reality President™. He talks rather than does and his achievements in office are virtual. Typical of this is his recent tweet about section 230, which caused several commenters – including a respected pro-Trump Alt Right blogger – to announce that Trump is doing something about section 230 protections. He isn’t; he is just doing what he normally does, which is talk about it. And very probably, he won’t do anything about it, or if he does, it will be the exception that proves the rule – and even then, I will still want one of you to explain to me why Trump did not act before now. He has had four years as president.

    It’s not that he is lying completely or that it is all make-believe. There really is a Southern Border Wall, after a fashion, it’s just that it’s not the Wall that he promised. I would say it’s not a Wall at all, but if you have bought into the virtual reality presidency, you will attempt to gainsay me and we will end up in a Baudrillard-style epistemological-philosophical discussion about the verification of existential facts and the nature of observable reality. I know there is no Wall. Trump lied or he was reckless in making the promise, probably because he assumed he would lose the 2016 election and his run was just a narcissistic publicity stunt. In any event, there is no Wall. I know that is truth. His presidency is more virtual reality than real reality.

    I was going to add that anything Trump says should not be believed, but then I remembered the Platinum Plan. I think Trump will deliver that if, through lawyering and lobbying, he secures a second term. We must keep our promises to those poor down-trodden African-Americans! He won’t deliver for poor white Americans, though.

    Pointing out all that does not mean I hate him or that I hate people who support him. In the latter case, it’s quite the opposite as I can appreciate the reasons for voting Trump and keeping a radical Democratic administration out.

    Gaslighting is a perfectly good term, in my view. It accurately describes a real phenomenon.

    • Thanks: Parsnipitous
  115. This guy seriously thinks there isn’t massive evidence for voter fraud? Trump just made it up? Even though a PA judge agrees that there is too much fraud to certify the results and there is a strong chance the legislature will appoint the electors?

    Hey, Trump promised fireworks and turned out to be a damp squib. But the idea that his opponent, a senile old man who generated no enthusiasm and barely ran a campaign, could knock it out of the park with the most votes ever recorded? Give us a break.

    Frankly Tucker’s response to this has been embarrassingly tepid. I don’t expect him to jump on the bandwagon with no evidence, but there are so many discrepancies he could bring up. Enough to fill his show every night. And I would like to know: what IS it with that “bracelet”? Can it be something other than a Kabbalah string? It’s a very strange choice to pair something like that with a very expensive business suit. It obviously means something to Tuck. If not an adherence to Kabbalah, then what?

  116. Realist says:
    @Parsnipitous

    A “revolution” is chaos, the rule of warlords and thugs.

    Do you mean like the American Revolution?

    I never claimed to have a solution, my goals are modest.

    Ahh, a man of modest goals…always a success story.

    What threw me, you see, is you pretend to be a realist.

    I pretend nothing.

    • Replies: @Parsnipitous
  117. Eldridge says:

    “A grounded and united movement that explicitly rejects both parties and can obtain what we want must arise from the ashes of back-stabbed Trumpists and Bernie fans.”

    Obtaining “what we want” is a contradiction in terms and violates the rule of scarcity. We the people are a mass of contradictions. For example, as consumers we love competition; as producers we do everything in our power to reduce or eliminate competition. And often we are both consumers and producers. In addition, most of us seem to want a lot of positive rights to housing, healthcare, equality, education, etc. paid for by somebody else.

    Politics cannot solve this impossible situation (as we see demonstrated over and over).

  118. Wild Man says:
    @John Johnson

    Yes I agree with everything you are outlining, except the part about shutting down gay sexual venues to control STDs, because, how do we know the continuation of allowing for said venues is not the lesser of two problematic outcomes? Many gay men are very very lusty indeed. If not provided a sanctioned outlet for that ….. will that potentially lead to greater conflict with the community at large, when the lust busts out anyways?

    Tolerance based in the truth of reality is what true westernism is partly about, in my estimation. We gotta make room for everyone. Look – one way of looking at it is like this: Trait-wise, pretty much everybody is extremely weird in some small way at least. The average person is far from average in at least some aspects. It is what it is. It’s part of the human reality. Maybe it’s part of God’s plan (God = the infinite abstract powers that be that fall beyond the powers of human comprehension), or of the life-force-nature’s plan. So we need to tolerate some of this weirdness, among our brothers, to uphold the realities of personhood. But it is complicated for sure. Some of these specific human weirdnesses are very harmful to others around them. But for godsakes, if we tolerate psychopaths and borderline personality disorder types, until they actually commit crimes, even though such people tend to be such douchebags, we certainly can tolerate gays, and even otherwise enjoy their company and their other individual strengths outside of their lusty side (without actually acceding to the idea that their lustiness for gay ass as normal). It’s pretty straightforward – no?

  119. Realist says:
    @Getaclue

    Right…and you’ll be leading it….

    Not a chance…too old. I lived a good life grew up during the ’40s and ’50s. You are the one who needs to get a clue. If you think Trump’s Presidency was not a sham…you are screwed.

    I just can’t handle hearing people say that Trump and his enemies are “the same” given what we’ve seen for 4 years now

    Trump hired a large number of his enemies…what a brilliant tactic. He was a very ineffectual President.

    • Replies: @GeneralRipper
  120. PolarBear says:
    @TestAcctforUnz

    Sounds like one hardcore Jewish shiva.

  121. @Realist

    Trump hired a large number of his enemies…what a brilliant tactic. He was a very ineffectual President.

    Trump defied all odds to win the Presidency and scared the living shit out of the Deep State in doing so. Hence the “in your face” election fraud we’re currently witnessing.

    It’s amusing that you carry the handle of Realist, while assuming that Trump alone could bring instantaneous change to an entrenched Leftist/Deep State bureaucracy that has been selectively chosen and vetted over the last 50 years. Not to mention the “international community”.

    That’s indicative of a childlike mind.

    • Replies: @Realist
  122. anon666 says:

    Both corn syrup and gm soy are right wing corporate staples of their monopolies. These are naturally run by those superior white folk who make use of drugs like viagra when they do their “husband duties”, as opposed to their pay to play relations with their local red light entrepreneurs. Where anything disgusting goes.

    • Troll: GeneralRipper
  123. Anonymous[369] • Disclaimer says:
    @follyofwar

    Nb: I still watch Tucker and will do so until he’s dragged off to the gulag.

  124. sally says:

    we don’t need to hate Trump.. nor Biden.. neither have the American interest at heart.. they are USAers.

    Hate the forces that are using the USA to reduce America to Rubbish: [its the situation, that should be of concern, not a person, not party, not a race, not a religion] (its the situation of divided America that puts everyone at risk.

    Yesterday the top Iranian nuclear Scientist was assassinated, it is likely that we will soon see a world at war,
    and there is not a candidate or elected person yet, capable to lead us.. <=that is the problem..

  125. It’s no coincidence when I mention the real rulers of this world, Octagon and their base Switzerland things start going crazy with my internet. These are the true rulers Wilson said you cannot talk about above a whisper. Why does everyone dismiss this? Are the political hacks afraid of this? Doesn’t Striker know he has to go through Octagon before starting a new party? Ignorance is bliss and no wonder they’re laughing at us especially through their latest scheme, covid.

  126. Stravaig says:

    We definitely need another party. The working class needs a substantial raise in pay which the cheap labor crowd on both the democratic and republican sides don’t want. You can’t flood the county with cheap labor and expect to give workers a living wage. You need serious reform of the ACA that will actually cover people. The elite class has disdain for the working/middle classes. For them sending our manufacturing jobs to Asia was fine as long as they maintained their status. Opioids killing off thousands; they didn’t care. They and the politicians who served them were happy to ignore what was happening as long as their family was provided for. Is either side going to do anything meaningful after this election is resolved to help them? Will Biden throw them a bone if he wins or go back to enriching his family and friends?

  127. dimples says:

    America can do military hardware very well, but the rest of the place is clearly a shithole. Don’t worry, Biden will do what works best for America.

  128. Realist says:
    @GeneralRipper

    It’s amusing that you carry the handle of Realist, while assuming that Trump alone could bring instantaneous change to an entrenched Leftist/Deep State bureaucracy that has been selectively chosen and vetted over the last 50 years.

    It is strange that the Trump apologetic sycophants on this blog never answer my question/comment about the Trump hiring of numerous swamp denizens…from the swamp he pledged to drain.

    That is indicative of a simple mind.

    • Replies: @GeneralRipper
    , @anon
  129. Maxentius vs Constantine

  130. @Digital Samizdat

    I’ve discovered one weird trick to identify dumb/inconsistent alt-right arguments. If TRS (Striker) or Hunter Wallace take a position, I know it’s flawed and poorly thought through. And soon to completely contradict the previous “shot”. Trump was the God emperor. COVID will kill everyone. Now Trump should be jailed. And COVID is a cold. Same thing will develop with the election fraud. Current alt-right party line (as presented by these characters anyway) totally dismisses the reality before us. The next “take” will be something quite different. I imagine the expressed opinion will change shortly before President Harris has them dragged off to some internment arrangement.

    One might think that acknowledging the incredible level of Biden election fraud, might serve to rally the people these characters claim to support. And this would be positive, drawing people to other alt-right arguments. But no, they choose to ridicule and demean the legitimate fraud grievances expressed by great numbers of Republicans/conservatives.

    Snark seems to be a much more important alt-right principle than popularity.

    • Agree: Peripatetic Itch
  131. Art says:

    Please — Trump lost because because the the left stole the election – period.

    Biden will forever be Biden*.

  132. @Realist

    It is strange that the Trump apologetic sycophants on this blog never answer my question/comment about the Trump hiring of numerous swamp denizens…from the swamp he pledged to drain.

    If you had even the slightest idea how politics work, that question answers itself.

    Stay well.

    • Replies: @frontier
    , @Realist
  133. durd says:
    @RichardTaylor

    Carroll Quigley sure wasted a lot of time if what you say is true. He probably couldn’t see out his own windows due to neglect. Too bad nobody showed up to point out to him what was obvious.

  134. frontier says:
    @Anynymous

    Ultimately, it’s a question of retaining their power in a failing system or trying to jump to a rising system. Do they feel lucky?

    Do ya, punk? 🙂 I mean, their luck is the least of my concerns in a “failing system” when it’s falling on our heads. You might have a safe space, I dunno. Discussing the difficulty of moving from a failing to a rising rising system may have some academic value but in practice it’s a moot question because a) there is no rising system in sight and b) rising from 0 might turn out to be nigh impossible..

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  135. anon[266] • Disclaimer says:
    @Watching the Dying Light

    Tucker has been gushing over AOC from the moment she was elected. I always said, in a decade or less he’ll be a Democratic Socialist. The only thing he , like the rest on Fox[ except Hannity who whatever you think of him has real principles and knows what he believes] really care about is promoting anti Semitism; against Semitic Islam/Arabs, that is. Tucker was for the Iraq war, the only reason he is now against involvement in Syria is because Assad/Putin are themselves engaged in a holocaust of Syrian Sunni Arabs. Why try to stop that? He now regrets supporting the Iraq/Afghan wars only because those wars did not satisfy the longings of his anti Semitic[ against Semitic Islam/Arabs, this time] heart; we did not have a green light to kill em all; those Muslims are still there, and they fight back, how dare they! Now he feels duped by the intel agencies /media for building up the war fever only to NOT turn the ME into a parking lot!

  136. frontier says:
    @GeneralRipper

    If you had even the slightest idea how politics work, that question answers itself.

    The GOP version of “how politics work” is quite familiar – give the commies what they want after some loud verbiage to the contrary and before diving up the spoils… If you had the slightest idea how politics should work, you wouldn’t be so sure in your answers.

    Stay well.

    • Agree: Realist
    • Replies: @GeneralRipper
  137. anon[266] • Disclaimer says:
    @Realist

    He stood up to the media. He exposed their intel connections, their unscrupulousness and dishonesty and put them on the defensive. He freaked them out. They will never be the same again. Hence they now want to control the internet. People are getting wise to them though.

    • Replies: @Realist
  138. Anon[121] • Disclaimer says:

    According to Jared Howe and Christopher Cantwell, Striker is a federal informant.

    • Replies: @Just another serf
  139. Pretty good writing from Mr. Striker. Striker should be out in the streets beating up random Antifas though, I know thats where his heart really is. It would be awesome if Hugo Chavez stole the election from Trump, but I kinda doubt it. Trump cost himself the election, as predicted

    Saw this posted on twitter recently, and since you mention soy, and people here love da Nazis…
    Not that I disagree with the idea, soy is a good cheap way to feed lots of folk. Makes you gay? I think thats debatable. MTV and the like are probably more to blame for that phenomenon.

    https://web.archive.org/web/20190111224258/https://www.telegraph.co.uk/history/world-war-two/9859294/Hitlers-food-taster-speaks-of-Fuhrers-vegetarian-diet.html

    Hitler’s apparent enthusiasm for vegetarianism reflected the Nazi obsession with Aryan bodily purity.

    A Hitler Youth manual from the 1930s promoted soya beans, which it called “Nazi beans” as an alternative to meat.

    In 1942, Hitler told Joseph Goebbels that he intended to convert Germany to vegetarianism when he won the war.

    https://www.quora.com/Were-soybeans-ever-called-Nazi-beans-in-the-West?share=1

    Long before it went to war, the Nazi state, for instance, encouraged the plant’s cultivation in southeastern Europe. The regime also fostered scientific research on plant breeding so that soy could be cultivated in the German climate. In urgent need of proteins and oils, the Nazis looked to soy to help solve its supply problems. For its part, the U.S. looked to soy when war in the Pacific cut off access to its main sources of tropical oils. Government regulations encouraged the domestic cultivation of soy. Soon, American farmers in the Midwest turned their arable land into huge soybean fields, with regulations and government contracts channeling most of the soy crop to margarine production. By the end of the Second World War, the United States was serving about two thirds of the global soy demand, and soy had become one of the nation’s most important cash crops.

    • Replies: @Onebelowall
  140. @frontier

    Well Realist is a very old man from what I’ve read.

    I am 58 myself.

    I’m gonna assume you are younger.

    Never in my life have I voted according to “party”. I do so according to what people stand for.

    I’m usually disappointed, but sometimes I’m pleasantly surprised.

    When all is said and done, I view politicians and government as necessary evils, and try to live my life as far removed from their grasp as possible.

    • Replies: @Realist
  141. @Paulex Jones

    The Chinese economy has grown pretty fat under Trump’s tenure in the Big Market. If Trump was attempting to beat the globalists, he’s not only lost at that — but additionally — essentially handed complete control of the public square to Silicon Valley. What a great presidency!

    At least (((we))) got the Embassy moved, right?

  142. @John Johnson

    With your beliefs you really ought to check out the work of Dr. Alan Cantwell. He did considerable research on the origins of the particular AIDS virus which was quickly spread in the gay community. The outbreak began in New York City after a free set of inoculations for hepatitis B was made available to gay New Yorkers suffering from that ailment. The vaccine was loaded with a bit more than what it was advertised to do.

    According to what I recall of Dr. Cantwell’s researches which were posted by Jeff Rense, the virus was developed at Fort Detrick, Maryland by a Biowar unit of the US Army. So if you are concerned about AIDS you have the U\$ government to thank for all those medical interventions and the cost to the taxpayer.

  143. @Anon

    According to Jared Howe and Christopher Cantwell, Striker is a federal informant.

    I would not be surprised if this was true. Anyone who constantly giggles while they speak, Striker and Richard Spencer come to mind, are very odd individuals and not to be trusted.

  144. @John Johnson

    US assets? I can think of no more salient example of failed ideology than the beliefs of people like you who think that the capital appropriated by US-based elites constitute “US” assets. Worship of plutocratic imperalists is about as stupid as it gets, particularly in a country where the last vestige of an advanced economy is the permanent national-security state arms industry. Who pays you to push this particularly nasty rubbish?

  145. Realist says:
    @GeneralRipper

    If you had even the slightest idea how politics work, that question answers itself.

    That evasive… non-answer tells me you know exactly how politics works. A blustery, bullshit response is the order of the day. That is exactly what Trump did for four years.

    It would be hard to beat frontier’s reply to you.

    • Replies: @GeneralRipper
  146. Realist says:
    @GeneralRipper

    Well Realist is a very old man from what I’ve read.

    Your comment is snarky and not pertinent to the subject.

    Well, Realist is a very wise old man.

    FIFY

  147. Realist says:
    @anon

    He stood up to the media.

    Which in the grand scheme of things means nothing. The media…a tool of the Deep State won in the end. But this was all a sham Trump is a minion of the Deep State.

    But your reply has nothing to do with my comment about Trump hiring numerous swamp denizens…from the swamp he pledged to drain.

  148. Anonymous[290] • Disclaimer says:
    @frontier

    As usual for me, I’m trying to peer into the future — which is like until a millstone in opacity.

    My point was that speculations on what the Supreme Court (SC) will do are pointless just now. SC can do anything, but will have to do something, made more salient by the bank robber’s choice in the Dirty Harry clip. The penalty to the Judicial Branch for picking the wrong side would be severe, since the Judicial Branch is the weakest of the three Branches, now serving largely as an obedient subordinate in alliance with the Democrats. If SC makes the wrong choice, SC will be ignored for decades and possibly restaffed.

    Your question of just how hard the fall of the failing system will be is separate from what the Supreme Court does. Let’s take a look at it.

    Very approximate model

    [MORE]

    Personally, I like the argument made by Herman Kahn in On Thermonuclear War, pub. 1960. Kahn divided the US into an A and B country, City and Rural. He pointed out that, even in 1960, the US could do without A and live entirely from B without much more than a substantial drop in income for the survivors in B. He also pointed out that, should something destroy B and leave A, A would die within months.

    That’s the situation we’re facing now. A has drained B so much that B’s population is dying off faster than that of A (“White Death”, it’s called), so in effect B has been destroyed, and in consequence A is dying so quickly the B. death is visible in real time.

    Country B has enough resources (capital, land, labor) to recover itself but not A, if Country B is given time to do so.

    Conclusion:

    I’d say that how hard the system falls, and when, depends on where you are.

    If A wins, B isn’t the place to be for at least the next 5 years. A will squeeze B dry much more severely than has already. After about 3 years, it will become apparent that the cost of squeezing exceeds the revenue generated, and A will take about another 2 years to stop working (the time estimates are WAGs, plausible to me but I can’t back them up). This is more or less what happened after the “hardline Communists” coup during the USSR’s fall. Still, for the first year or two, Country B would be worse than it is now, and Country A about the same. It is unlikely, IMHO, that A would has the resources to make B non-viable during the 5 years A would have to do so. It is likely that A would experience the rate of infrastructure decline it now experiences, and that internal revolts (BLM, Antifa, others) would continue and increase in number and intensity.

    If B wins, then C isn’t the place to be for, oh, as long as it takes to find an important natural monopoly for the cities (rat ranch isn’t important as there is no market for the rats). B’s standard of living will fall, but less than C. Remember, the US is a failing suzerain that is currently de-emphasizing its expeditionary forces while apparently grooming special ops for yet another attempt at making special ops strategically important. That implies a time when US expeditionary capability falls enough that the other countries of the suzerainty will engage in pecking order wars, and thus implies a time of diminishing trade — which will drop standard of living in B until that time ends. Again, though, B remains viable.
    What am I doing?

    I’m more or less set up for a generally low threat environment with occasional attempts at raids (“home invasions”) and occasional (but only occasional) interruptions in food supply. I probably can’t live through the events discussed above, worse luck. I’m trying to remedy that, and might or might not succeed.

    In summary
    * B looks like the “rising system” long term (a decade from now), but might be “rising” only in comparison with A at the end of the decade, and B at the end of a decade might actually be “falling” in terms of the condition of B right now (2020/11).
    * Rising from zero might well be impossible, but forcible reduction to zero seems unlikely, if only because A doesn’t have the resources to pay for forcible reduction, even after considering the salvage value of equipment / forced labor / raw materials sold internationally from B.
    * Please remember that the above is a model, not a forward-looking time machine. If something not considered happens (like pecking order wars escalating to a nuclear level and somehow the US, China, Russia, Japan, Germany, even India or Pakistan, start blasting each other), then we’re back to Kahn’s analysis and things could get much worse than the above low conflict system failure model suggests.

    Good luck, and

    * remember that absence of body beats presence of mind.

    * B is at present filled with penniless White refugees that literally have campers or dug-ins in the woods and no utility hook-up, and B is starting to fill up with middle class White refugees who are trying to buy suddenly more expensive homes.

    * Warnings best conveyed by popular fiction: There are time limits to how long you can switch sides. See: R. A. Lafferty, “It’s been a long, long time”, available in “”Galactic Empires Volume One” by Brian W. Aldiss. “, or for that matter “Tomlinson”, https://poets.org/poem/tomlinson, as a warning of what happens to trimmers. “Tomlinson” got very many young British men killed in WW I (see movie “Oh, What A Lovely War” for propaganda on that), but its warning about trimming is relevant again.

    • Replies: @Majority of One
  149. @Tom Rogers

    I thank you for the long, thoughtful response. Still, I wasn’t gaslighting and it’s still a stupid word, in my view.

    Every point you make pretty much checks with me. Where we disagree, is in pragmatic, immediate action. A federal government turned over to these loons will hurt real, good people. We need to buy time, and Trump is infinitely better than Harris. I don’t believe in revolution or accelerationism.

  150. @Tom Rogers

    Trump is a bullshitter, no doubt. If that’s what ‘gaslighting’ means… but I wasn’t gaslighting you.

    One also has to keep in mind that he has virtually no allies. Still, he resisted the War Party quite well. He even did an Eisenhower, but more courageous. I also think that he will fire the traitor Barr, the Epstein family friend.

    Also, we can’t just roll over in the face of this fraud.

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  151. @Realist

    You pretend to be intelligent.

    No, like real revolutions, like the Russian, French, and Glorious.

  152. Anonymous[290] • Disclaimer says:
    @Parsnipitous

    One also has to keep in mind that he has virtually no allies.

    Almost all his potential allies were purged a long time ago, of course.

  153. Joe McCarthy was right, as are the ‘Birchers’. The Globalists are like the Terminator, they will never,
    ever stop.

  154. @Tlotsi

    And who gives a shit? I’m hated by my accountant. You are hated by your cleaning lady.

    Trump is the real deal.

    No one on God’s Green Earth cares about hate.

    That is a woman’s thing. Don’t be a woman.Be a man. Stop with the feminized madness!

  155. @Wild Man

    While I am glad I have provoked such a detailed response in you, I really could not be arsed to read it.

    Look, guy. It’s not that complex. Leave all of the intellectualizing at the side of the road. Alex Jones (0r are you talking about Australian Allen Jones?) talks a mile a minute and maybe he is right and maybe he is wrong.

    But I will tell you this: my head gets fatigued if I listen to him for more than 10 minutes.

    Keep It Simple, Stupid. KISS.

    Reduce your analysis and your conclusion down to one paragraph not 10.

    Yes, I know. You will attract lurkers on Unz who just love 9,000 word theories like yours.

    Bathe in their adulation.

    Then come in from the cold, babushka. And just summarize.

    What the fuck are you saying? Give me the Readers’ Digest version. Yeah?

  156. @Realist

    The President is not a King or Supreme Dictator.

    You’re an old man but not necessarily a wise one.

    It sounds to me like you use to the handle “realist” as a front for your own pessimism and despair.

    • Replies: @Realist
  157. Realist says:
    @GeneralRipper

    You’re an old man but not necessarily a wise one.

    Gee, your opinion of me means so much.

  158. @Anonymous

    Rural America is the last refuge of common sense.

    In January of 1979 I ceased publishing that journal with edition #56. Returning to the U\$ in the autumn of ’79 I had come to the realization that the country was fast going down the tubes and it was a time for re-evaluation.

    The very next year Ronnie Raygunz was (s)elected president with the murderous GHW Bu\$h in charge of vice. After the “botched” assassination attempt on the guy who played second-fiddle in the Hollywood Blockblister “Bedtime With Bonzo”( Starring role was held by a chimp) the CIA man played the pretzel dunce for a chump.

    Perhaps the above scenario was a metaphor applicable to the even then largely commonsenseless American public. Sub-urban values rule the “woke”–along with Antifa and BLM–while the urban working class is wondering if they can make it outta Dodge in time and rural folk are becoming thankful that they are close to the sources of food, fuel and in some locales, clean water.

  159. @redmudhooch

    …Makes you gay? I think that’s debatable. MTV and the like are probably more to blame for that phenomenon…

    MTV? Really? This ranks up there with one post I saw blaming Nirvana and Rage Against The Machine for the BLM/Antifa riots. How old and out of touch are you guys?

  160. “Political power grows out of the barrel of a gun ” is rapidly becoming the only option left to purge the deep state cultural marxist criminal fascist that have enslaved, destroyed and plundered the USA; destroying the Constitution and western culture. These zio-nazis (Ashke-nazi vampires and their sock puppets) will only infiltrate and destroy any political party that challenges their domination (Tea Party, MAGA).
    Integrating National Socialism with the US Constitution and establishing a REAL New World Order seems to be just a pipe dream?

  161. @libertyordeath

    Oh, lookie! FedPoasters are showing up again! I wonder what that means?

  162. Lee says:
    @Dutch Boy

    DB said:

    I think her most striking claim is that the Dominion machines have an Internet connection. Why would a voting machine need such a connection?

    If a network of servers needs to be updated it’s easier,faster,cheaper,and safer to “push” the updates through a internet connection to each server than to send a tech to every site with a thumb drive in his pocket.

  163. Whites when getting on a fad overdo it , you people got on the soy bandwagon because you thought this was the secret magic potion that gave us superpowers but you fools don’t realise most asians eat tofu maybe once a week if even that and that too 2,3 or4 one inch pieces not like whites who devour a whole block of tofu per person is this why whites are incel.We probably eat more corn than soy LOL.

  164. I’d like to also add that this stryker loser guy has got serious case of yellow fever and probably been disrespected by asian males.

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