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Finally it has achieved what its elite has pushed for.

America is a united country: its senate, congress and future president are guided by the same ‘progressive’ ideology that is also shared by its financial elite, cultural industry, academia and of course, the mainstream media.

America is institutionally united but Americans couldn’t be more divided.

The United States has been a social testing ground for a while. But from now on until further notice, there is no established or institutional opposition to this groundbreaking experiment.

But I am optimistic, I would give it the necessary time. We may find out soon that all these so-called rebellious ‘reactionaries,’ ‘cowboys,’ ‘rednecks,’ and ‘deplorables’ actually like the new cultural and spiritual offering. They may be quick to adopt the revolutionary spirit. They might, for instance, agree to dump their delusional beliefs in gender being a binary matter. Give it four years or even eight, not one American will be able to recall what man or woman meant.

Following the rapid dismantling of police forces, American thieves and burglars will also be quick to morph. Peacefully they will knock on your door. They will introduce themselves and explain the rationale behind their will to obtain some of your belongings. You, on your privileged part, may save them the energy, by then you will also gather that whatever is precious to you better belong to the people. The shift will be so immense that reactionary 2nd amendment enthusiasts will voluntarily develop repulsion towards their own guns. They will find themselves delivering their lethal toys to their local scrapyard, they may even ask to witness their Colt 45 being melted.

It’s likely that sooner rather than later, we’ll be so used to being locked in our homes that we stop seeking any meaningful social engagement, let alone intimacy of a libidinal nature that may expose us to other people’s disgusting germs.

From the very first day of his presidency, I gathered that by the time Trump finishes his historical role, the United States will be reduced to a very small and insignificant country. This is not a bad thing. America is, by now, far less of a danger to world peace, let alone itself.

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I am not going to be nostalgic for Trump, Kushner or Adelson. I never thought that Trump would clean the swamp and I didn’t understand why he believed he wasn’t part of it himself. Trump was and still is a very peculiar character. He was loved and admired by many. He was also hated by at least as many. People who love Trump (and there are many of them) know exactly what they like about him. People who are repulsed by the man and for understandable reasons, also know what they can’t tolerate about him. Trump is certainly an authentic ‘character,’ not something that can be said about any of his rivals. Trump was brilliant in drawing the lines of the battle that is inflicted on all of us. He clearly wasn’t very skillful or subtle in fighting or leading this battle, let alone winning it.

Maybe no one is skillful, brave or sophisticated enough to lead such an impossible battle. It could be much simpler to identify the cultural and ideological elements that impose this war on us all of us. We should then uproot this culture and expose its envoys.

(Republished from Gilad Atzmon by permission of author or representative)
 
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  1. TG says:

    Good points.

    Someone wiser than I said that Trump voters aren’t stupid, they’re angry.

    • Agree: Colin Wright, Tom Welsh
    • Replies: @Bite Moi
    , @Realist
  2. lloyd says: • Website

    If an election was stolen so shamelessly anywhre in the world, much the same events would happen. In black countries, more violent and literally incendiary. I tried to point out earlier in Unz Rreview, black invaders in Capitol would have been shot on sight. What transpired was really a white middle class version of revolution. A lot of shouting and the odd broken window. That was why it was treated lite. But the transgressers will now be ruthlessly hunted down. It will be for hate crimes not for sedition. Accusing patriots of sedition is too Orwellian. The media are not reporting the State and private investigations of transparent thievery. From now, law in America is the man and criminality will take over large elements of previously law abiding populations as happens in all regimes that take over a country illegally.

    • Agree: Jett Rucker
  3. Anon[553] • Disclaimer says:

    Too late to save America. Focus on saving yourself and your family. The American Bolshevik monster is about to hatch and it will have an insatiable hunger for blood and terror.

    • Agree: Jimmy le Blanc
    • Replies: @Svigor
    , @Biff
    , @Art
  4. Nancy says:

    We saw the assassination of American when JFK went down, and the Warren Commission was swallowed by the sheeple… so why shouldn’t ‘they’ do it again? and again, and again. Who was going to complain? Who even knows?

    • Replies: @Rex Little
  5. Nancy says:

    We saw the assassination of America when JFK went down, and the Warren Commission was swallowed by the sheeple… so why shouldn’t ‘they’ do it again? and again, and again. Who was going to complain? Who even knows?

  6. Finally it has achieved what its elite has pushed for.

    Namely, on its first and final flight the new and improved Spruce Goose will encounter backward whirl mode and involuntarily descend onto Fort Sumpter.

  7. T. Weed says:
    @lloyd

    Yes, lloyd, well said, and what are those millions who voted for Trump and helped him win by a landslide, supposed to do when the loser of the election is sworn in? Just go home and shut up?

    • Thanks: St-Germain
    • Replies: @lloyd
  8. Bite Moi says:
    @TG

    TG——-80 million angry.

  9. Svigor says:
    @Anon

    White America would feed it into a wood chipper. We’ve got like 100m AR-15s, a lot of disposable wealth, and extensive technical know-how. And the USG couldn’t even beat Afghani goatherds.

    If the MAGAtards make you that nervous, best to make aliyah sooner than later. This is barely even the beginning.

    I tried to point out earlier in Unz Rreview, black invaders in Capitol would have been shot on sight.

    Yeah you try to “point out” shit that makes no sense and doesn’t exist because you’re stupid. We literally just watched like a million negroes riot loot and burn for a year without any of them getting shot by cops.

  10. Biff says:
    @Anon

    The American Bolshevik monster is about to hatch

    I thought I was the only one who was seeing this.

    • Replies: @Erebus
  11. Kaboom!

    Well, it had to happen sometime.

    In a way, both the GOP and Democrats were moving toward a unipolar party. The fall of communism robbed the GOP of its most compelling moral and patriotic issue. The rise of globalism and free trade robbed Democrats of Big Labor. Free Trade and De-regulation of the banking sector made the rich richer than ever. And so, the only game in town became both parties sucking up to corporations. GOP initially had an advantage in this as the pro-business and pro-entrepreneur party. Also, with the rise of black crime, many white middle class opted for the GOP. In contrast, the Democratic Party was hampered by Big Labor and blacks. But the Democrats had one big advantage. The Jews.
    In time, Jews moved away from socialism and labor politics and focused on getting richer and richer. Also, they’d grown far more powerful by the 80s and were poised to take over as new ruling elites in the 80s with Clinton. Also, as Jews were smart and talented, they became richer and richer and filled the Democratic Party with more cash.

    As both parties were vying for The Rich getting Richer in the 90s, they were coming to resemble one another. Some said Clinton was even more ‘conservative’ than Reagan with his ‘reforms’. But because of its support of blacks and Jews, the Democrats had a moral advantage over the GOP. Dems were better poised to push for ‘heartless’ capitalist policies because of their credentials. It’s like Nixon could go to China and meet Mao because of his anti-communist credentials. Bill Clinton was far more effective at reducing crime and locking up blacks because he was the ‘first black president’.

    Also, without the Cold War, the GOP lost its big moral issue. Its talk of ‘liberty’ wasn’t compelling enough. No wonder then Bush II ran as a ‘compassionate conservative’. Dems had the ‘compassion’ thing that served as moral cover for their move to Big Money. GOP had the Big Money theme but was deficient in the Love thing, and so Bush II worked on that. And with 9/11, it seemed the GOP once again had a compelling moral issue. But Muslim threat soon petered out after 9/11 and the Iraq War turned into another Vietnam.

    At any rate, when both parties are vying for the same thing — Party for the Rich with ‘compassion’ for moral cover –, why do we need two parties? They agree on ‘progress’ and prosperity(especially for the elites). In the past, there was a real difference between the parties, at least far more than after the Cold War. But with both parties mainly sucking up to Jews, worshiping MLK as bigger than god, and serving Big Capital, what was the difference?

    That being so, why not just turn the US officially into a one-party state? Democrats adopted all the GOP pro-money policies, and GOP cucked to all the proggy notions. So, get rid of one of the parties and end two-party system. So, which party should go? GOP should go because the Dems have been more adept at winning over the vain elites(who not only want more prosperity but more proggy ‘woke’ points to burnish their ‘moral’ credentials) and controlling the gods. GOP tries to win back the super-rich, but the super-rich are now perfectly fine with the Dems. Also, the super-rich prefer the Dem formula of mixing wealth with wokdery. That way, companies like Amazon and Google can rake in gazillions while preening as moral betters because they support BLM and tranny stuff. Now, why should BLM and tranny stuff have moral content? Because Jews control the gods and say so. Controlling the gods is like Zeus controlling thunder. It’s the ultimate arbiter of what is what.

    In a way, a one party system might be better as people will choose candidates based on individual quality than on misguided party affiliation. It’s like many cons will automatically vote for someone like Lindsey Graham than Tulsi Gabbard simply because Graham is Republican, meaning ‘conservative’ guy when, in fact, Graham is just a whore to big money and the Jews.

    The problem with Trump is he fell into the right vs left trap. As a populist, he should have said there is good things about the right and good things about the left, and he will try to work with good things of both sides to make for a better order where the people are brought back into the fray. But by making himself out to be the enemy of the ‘left’, he automatically alienated many who might have supported some of his policies but came to see him as a ‘rightist’.

    And then, there is the matter of who/whom.

    https://www.unz.com/sbpdl/remembering-the-black-lives-matter-siege-on-the-white-house-on-may-31-2020-when-more-than-60-secret-service-agents-were-injured-protecting-trump-from-george-floyd-insurrectionists/

    Jewish Globalists control the gods, and that means they get to decide which lives are holy, which lives have value, and which lives have no value. Control money isn’t enough. The real power is a combination of money and control of the gods. Jews got it, and it says Jews are holy, blacks are holy, and homos are holy. Rest of the people range from okay to deplorable. The only way whites can make it to ‘acceptable’ is to denounce any trace of white identity and pride, which would make them ‘deplorable’.

    If the US were a truly secular and rational nation, all people would be treated as individuals. But the US is neo-idolatrous, and who gets to decide which groups have more idolatrous worth than others? Jews do, and they naturally made themselves holy. And they also added blacks and homos to the mix.

    So, we can’t judge Jews for destroying the Middle East and killing countless lives. Arab lives don’t matter. Indeed, Jewish feelings count for more than Arab lives. It might hurt Jewish feelings and offend Jewish sensitivities if we were to denounce Jewish Power for killing so many Arab lives.

    Jews who control the gods have deemed that blacks are holy too. So, whatever blacks do is justified. It’s like we can’t call out on God when He smites towns and villages. He is always right because He is God. Well, Jews control the gods, and Jews and blacks are gods of the US. And this irrational idolatry really defines ‘truth’ and ‘morality’ in the US, and both parties go along.

    And Jared Taylor also goes along with it to the extent that Jews are too sacred for him to touch.

  12. Miro23 says:

    America is a united country: its senate, congress and future president are guided by the same ‘progressive’ ideology that is also shared by its financial elite, cultural industry, academia and of course, the mainstream media.

    Same as the Bolsheviks ruled Russia. An activist elite justifying their dictatorship through their supposed fight for Social justice.

    Also, the new US “woke” Social Justice elite is stuffed with Jewish billionaires, the same as the Bolshevik elite (also mostly also Jewish) lived the lifestyle of the old Russian aristocracy.

    The losers are the majority population (ethnic Russians in 1917 and ethnic European Americans in 2020) with ethnic European Americans not quite realizing yet what’s coming to them.

    • Agree: Sin City Milla
    • Replies: @Neuday
  13. Give credit where credit is due.


    • Agree: L in Atl hell
    • Replies: @L in Atl hell
  14. Cookie0 says:

    There is nothing good about the LEFT, they’ve been cheating during elections since the 1800’s, maybe before. And the author of this article, after reading his thoughts and opinions, could never understand a man like Donald Trump or anyone that really loves their country. And that includes personal freedom, sovereignty, liberty and the right to succeed. Something offered to everyone in America. Reason people give their life, in many cases, to get to America and I don’t expect this author to understand most of what I’ve written. The interesting fact is the evil shows on their faces. A man like Chuck Schumer thats been a racist since the 70’s when he promised his constituents he would remove all of the black people from a particular building. Refurbishing, he thought, would price them out but it didn’t quite work. THese people accuse others of exactly what they are which in itself is quite interesting. To talk about American citizens as though we are children and will come around shows me he isn’t too bright. Americans fight for their freedom and thats one thing that will continue. We are ready and able and will never surrender our freedoms to these greedy elites that think they are going to run the world. I won’t name all 13 families, we are all too familiar. ANd those that helped them will be the first to be executed as they are no longer needed and they know too much. History does repeat itself.

    • Agree: anarchyst
  15. Meh, it was a glorious experiment but it was bound to fail. Human nature eventually intervenes. I will observe how the CCP and China progress from here on.

    • Replies: @Neuday
  16. Dumbo says:

    I don’t know how much of this article is parody and how much of it is serious.

    The problem of Trump is that he had a certain charisma but was an unreliable and hesitant leader.

    His followers would go for him anywhere, but he wouldn’t do the same for them.

    You need to go all the way, or people won’t trust you anymore.

    By accident, or by design? Is he a a liar, an actor or just another cuck?

    That said, there is something heroic about him. “Not the hero we need but the hero we got”. But if he just abandons his people and cucks, as it appears to be happening, then this is going to generate even more anger and frustration.

    The Biden-Kamala rule might be the beginning of the dissolution of the “United” States.

    • Replies: @Neuday
    , @animalogic
  17. noname27 says: • Website

    He was excellent at following Rothschild orders via Kissinger, who was the usual errand boy, and with whom Trump was granted an audience prior to his occupation of the White House in order to receive his instructions.

  18. BuelahMan says:

    He was, is and always will be…

  19. Realist says:
    @TG

    Someone wiser than I said that Trump voters aren’t stupid, they’re angry.

    Trying to solve a problem…or accomplish anything must always be undertaken with a cool…intelligent head.

  20. @Svigor

    Breaking into Walgreen’s ain’t quite the same as breaking into the United States Capitol building, no? Heck I like BLM and the Trumpistas both. As Jefferson observed, every regime needs to be reminded from time to time that it does not hold the monopoly on violence. Peaceful petitioning and voting have their place in an overall strategy, but without the threat of active resistance, there can be no meaningful change. Social Security and Unemployment Insurance did not come about because of the goodness of liberal Democratic politicians but because of massive demonstrations by organized labor, some of which involved extreme violence.Left and Right have a lot more in common than either faction’s leaders are willing to acknowledge – as well as a common enemy.

  21. @Nancy

    We saw the assassination of American when JFK went down

    Or perhaps when he was inaugurated? That election was stolen too.

  22. Neuday says:
    @Miro23

    If there’s any hope it lies with the Mexicans.

    • Replies: @Miro23
  23. Neuday says:
    @RJ Macready

    Meh, it was a glorious experiment but it was bound to fail. Human nature eventually intervenes. I will observe how the CCP and China progress from here on.

    Meh, it was a glorious experiment but it was bound to fail. Jewish interests eventually intervene. I will observe how the CCP and China progress from here on.

    • Replies: @RJ Macready
  24. Neuday says:
    @Dumbo

    People seem to think Trump politically seduced 74 million people, but the fact is Trump was the only candidate for decades that spoke about stopping immigration and putting Americans first. That’s why he won, that’s why he was re-elected, and that’s why he had to be crushed. He even did a few things to reduce abortions and protect the 2nd amendment! Imagine the nerve! If it wasn’t for Covid and social media hegemony Trump would’ve won by an even larger landslide.

    Trump wasn’t the cause; he was a symptom that grew into a catalyst.

    Getting rid of Trump solves nothing for the elites as they’ve exposed themselves as being staunchly anti-American and anti-reality, and the BLM destruction of sports has made it impossible for too many men to return to weekend football and beer as pastimes. An awful lot of people are ready to do much, much more than wander around the rotunda. Good thing the economy is so strong or people might really go off.

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
  25. Miro23 says:
    @Neuday

    If there’s any hope it lies with the Mexicans.

    The Mexicans aren’t going to do much. It depends how the US Civil War works out. It’ll be messy, but If the White Europeans win then the US will have grown out of its adolescence and become a more serious country.

    Alternatively, should the ZioGlob win, then South America looks like the best emmigration option. They’re not anti-White down there and their governments/media/academia don’t have that massive Jewish influence. Also, better to get out of the US before the ZioGlob lock the gates . Can’t have the white slaves emmigrating to a better life.

  26. @Realist

    The Colonists who started and won the Revolutionary War would disagree.

  27. Wyatt says:

    People who are repulsed by the man and for understandable reasons, also know what they can’t tolerate about him.

    Those people are also grossly ignorant about what he’s actually done and I would venture a guess most people would change their minds if they understood he stopped the murder of brown people for the benefit of Israel and putting a damper on financial interests that undermine the US, i.e., China and the CIA.

    The people that support him are ignorant of his faults, but I doubt most of them would care. He’s sui generis for directly promoting America, even if it’s just verbally (and it isn’t.)

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
  28. @lloyd

    ‘…I tried to point out earlier in Unz Rreview, black invaders in Capitol would have been shot on sight…’

    ? In 1970-something, armed Black Panthers invaded the State Capitol in Sacramento, California. They weren’t shot on sight. I’m not even sure they were arrested.

    You’re succumbing to the fantasy that blacks are somehow the victims of racism. They’re not. They should be, but they’re not.

  29. @Observator

    ‘Breaking into Walgreen’s ain’t quite the same as breaking into the United States Capitol building, no? ‘

    But ‘breaking into’ the Capitol is an oxymoron.

    It’s ours. We have every right to go there.

    • Replies: @lloyd
  30. @davidgmillsatty

    Not quite so. They had a cool-headed leader in George Washington who led them into battle. Trump was certainly no match for this great man.

  31. Realist says:
    @davidgmillsatty

    The Colonists who started and won the Revolutionary War would disagree.

    How would you know that? George Washington supplied the cool intellect.

    • Replies: @Crawfurdmuir
  32. @Wyatt

    ‘The people that support him are ignorant of his faults, but I doubt most of them would care.’

    Speaking for myself, I’m perfectly aware of Trump’s faults. It’s just that at every step of the way, he’s been better than the viable alternatives. That was true in the 1996 Republican primaries, it was true on the general election of that year, and it was true in the general election of 2000. There’s never been a front-runner who was preferable to Trump.

    If you see that I’m driving a 1995 Ford Escort, you can’t infer that I’m ignorant of the vehicle’s faults. All you can infer is that I find it preferable to the alternatives: such as walking, or taking the bus.

    • Replies: @karel
  33. @Colin Wright

    The majority white society in the era of Lyndon Johnson and the Kennedy’s “great society”, willingly agreed to have hundreds of billions of dollars spent to advance blacks and including affirmative action, often very damaging to poorer whites. Sixty years of this has produced nothing but violence and chaos if not from regular blacks, than instigated by far leftist forces against those whites. Finally some whites have even gone so far as to take the knee to blacks and kiss black feet. This is the point whites are at now, totally bereft of power and finally betrayed by their Republican leadership, something whites should have noticed years and years ago., to wit, that they were represented by a party that is nothing but controlled opposition. Either they learn these lessons or become not only powerless but irrelevant in the society they built for themselves by their hard work, sacrifices and tears.

  34. @Realist

    ‘Trying to solve a problem…or accomplish anything must always be undertaken with a cool…intelligent head.’

    You can also argue yourself out of fighting.

    Sometimes, you have to make a stand. Often, if you do, the opposition evaporates. It can be a question of who’s more willing to fight. Antifa’s been turned back from dozens of suburbs and provincial centers (the media hides how many) simply because the residents are willing to fight and Antifa isn’t — not when it’s a matter of opponents who have baseball bats as well.

    Now, ideally, you will choose to fight ‘with a cool…intelligent head.’ But if you do, your calm and reasoned resolution may not impress anyone. Better to get angry. For one, it can scare the shit out of your opponent — and the national stage isn’t as different from the street as you might assume.

    Look at Black Bullshit Matters. Did they get billions plus the adulation of the media plus Congress literally kneeling at their feet by being ‘cool and intelligent’? Hell no. It’s a nasty world out there. If you want to prevail, you’d best be willing to fight.

    • Replies: @Dumbo
    , @Realist
  35. lloyd says: • Website
    @Colin Wright

    If someone can give me an example of blacks invading and taking over a Federal building, I would be very happy to concede the point. Every coloured person including myself thinks, all pc would go out the window if the blacks took over a Federal Government installation.

  36. lloyd says: • Website
    @T. Weed

    I really don’t know. That’s what they want them to do. Sixty years ago, the white populations all over the world started abandoning their cultures for a Jewish coloured hybrid culture. They are now reaping it. I think a lot of the problem is white culture really is stale, pale and male. When it isn’t, it gets hunted down as hate crime and hate speech as is happening to MAGA now. Roll over Beethoven as it were. Now roll over Trumpians. Might the larger States such as Texas say enough is enough and secede? The previous attempt at seccession is discouraging. However there is no longer the moral curse of slavery and this could happen by default as happened in 1990s in Communist Europe. That is in a time of complete crisis and despair, the man takes over. Note I did say man. Despite Boudacea and Joan of Arc. They lost anyway and are probably legends.

  37. lloyd says: • Website
    @Colin Wright

    To paraphrase Samuel Baldwyn the British Prime Minister. “I used to think the left were the stupidest people I ever met, until I met the right.”

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
  38. Dumbo says:
    @Colin Wright

    Look at Black Bullshit Matters. Did they get billions plus the adulation of the media plus Congress literally kneeling at their feet by being ‘cool and intelligent’? Hell no. It’s a nasty world out there. If you want to prevail, you’d best be willing to fight.

    BLM is hardly an organic movement created by blacks, but something created for them. But I’ll grant you, when it’s about rioting and looting, no one can match blacks. Jews have been trying to organize Latinos in similar ways, with little result.

    Whites don’t usually riot; however, when they do any act of violence, they tend do do it much better. Just look at how much better whites can be at the lone wolf thing, for instance; be it stealing a plane or doing a mass shooting. Now imagine this multiplied by good organization and leadership.

    What Whites lack is a leader. That’s why so many were looking at Trump as someone to help them to fight the swamp; but he wasn’t the right person.

    • Agree: Colin Wright
  39. lloyd says: • Website

    Trump fits the phenomenon of the populists. So long as there are secret elections, they will spring forth. He has been compared to other populists. One other I see resemblences to is Thaksin, the deposed President of Thailand. Like Trump, Thaksin was on a winner. With Trump, a lot of noise as a cultural figure to the deplorables and actual tangible rewards to the minorities. Bannon I think first exploited this as a political strategy. However Bannon was also linked to Israel, possibly cynically for Jewish campaign contributions and Christian Zionist support. My fragile perhaps foolish hope was Trump would win second term with the Bannon strategy. With working experience in his job, and now to claim his legacy, he would rein in Israel. That was working out. He won his second term by a land slide and appeared to be disassociating himself from the Zionist Lobby and Jared. But I failed to grasp the mendacity of the now minorities’ dominated left. As Kamala Harris said, “I am from Jamaica”. That was a perfect storm with the Democratic voting machines in the inner cities long experienced with vote rigging. In Thailand where I lived for a year, Thaksin was a non person. I never heard his name mentioned. However in my high school library, I saw an Education Department book that portrayed him as a mendacious criminal and monster. The Thai people tolerated it despite the occasional acts of random small scale terrorism. It was widly assumed agent provocateurs were behind them. I suspect that will be the fate of America in the next few years unless Trump unleashes the storm. They seem to be still surprisingly scared of Trump although he appears finished. When a Presidential election was permitted in Thailand, Thaksin’s sister, seen as a puppet of her brother, won. Another coup ensured several years’ later. Thailand in the year I was there was completely and outrageously, also sanctemoniously corrupt. I suspect that will be the condition of America but not with smiles. The Thailand elections were supervised and approved by the Jimmy Carter outfit. If fraudulent, they would be exposeed by the Western media and maybe even the Thai media. America is not so fortunate as the MSM in the West is hand in glove with the Democrats. Anything media from Russia or China is classed as enemy or Commie.

  40. @lloyd

    ‘If someone can give me an example of blacks invading and taking over a Federal building, I would be very happy to concede the point. Every coloured person including myself thinks, all pc would go out the window if the blacks took over a Federal Government installation.’

    But invading a State Capitol would be a different matter entirely?

    I’ll go out on a limb here. You’re wedded to that ‘systemic racism’ fantasy as a way of explaining black failure: gotta believe — the alternative is unthinkable.

    So of course blacks could never get away with this. In fact the opposite is obviously true: had it been blacks who had invaded the Capitol, no policeman would dare have shot one unless his own life was clearly in peril, and had he shot one, the media would be having an orgy right now.

    There is systemic racism in this country alright — but not the kind you think.

    • Agree: Adam Smith
  41. @lloyd

    ‘To paraphrase Samuel Baldwyn the British Prime Minister. “I used to think the left were the stupidest people I ever met, until I met the right.”’

    You’re a good little sheep, aren’t you?

    …and it was Stanley Baldwin, not ‘Samuel Baldwyn.’

    • Thanks: RadicalCenter
  42. @Observator

    BLM is an agent of the state fully supported by capitalist industry. They aren’t rebelling against anything, they’re nothing more than neoliberal jackboots for the regime to terrorize the proles with. The only good thing they did last summer was smash up the front of CNN. To compare them to the capitol stormers, when one was called a peaceful protester and another a domestic terrorist, is laughable. BLM never goes after the institutions of power because if they actually did they’d be shut down and repressed like the political prisoners at Charlottesville.

    • Agree: Ugetit, animalogic
  43. @Neuday

    ‘People seem to think Trump politically seduced 74 million people, but the fact is Trump was the only candidate for decades that spoke about stopping immigration and putting Americans first. That’s why he won, that’s why he was re-elected, and that’s why he had to be crushed…’

    I disagree. It wasn’t any specific issue. People went apeshit at the thought of President Trump becoming President right from the start. It began even before the 2016 election (remember the ‘small hands’ thing?) and never let up. He drove them wild: it was a matter of getting rid of him ‘by any means necessary.’

    I think it was because in some profound way, he just dissented. He wasn’t on the team: he was pandering, not to the in crowd, but to all the deplorables, the great unwashed, all those horrible gentile peasants who had been so completely exiled from the corridors of power over the preceding ninety years. Trump supporters drive pick ups, they go to church, they own guns.

    And now those horrible vermin were back, and Trump was getting them all excited. Remember those rallies? The media’s hysteria about them? Trump had to go; they hated him.

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
  44. @Colin Wright

    In a way, this is all very good news.

    Trump, of course, failed. Worse, we now have a template for manufacturing Leftwing majorities as needed.

    On the other hand, like Columbus, Trump discovered a whole new world out there. From now on, every right-wing, white politician is going to know there’s this huge constituency waiting for him. All he has to do is ring the dinner bell.

    …and politicians being what they are, they will most assuredly ring it. I don’t think they’re going to be able to deny us the franchise much longer. If it’s going to be vote stealing, it’ll just turn out we can steal votes better than they can.

    We’re baack. The same idiot rednecks who elected Jackson nearly two hundred years ago, who put the ‘Know Nothings’ into the White House, who staged huge Klan parades right through Washington DC. The Jewish, ‘Progressive’ elite can suck it.

    • Replies: @Escher
    , @RadicalCenter
  45. @Realist

    How would you know that? George Washington supplied the cool intellect.

    We know from Washington’s own private memoranda to himself that he had a hot temper. What he did was to recognize it, and having done so, practiced an iron self-restraint. Washington learnt to subdue his passions, and thus improved himself.

    Self-discipline of that quality is much rarer than intellect.

    • Replies: @Realist
  46. anon[257] • Disclaimer says:

    Please! Will Russia or China just nuke Washington and put an end to it? Don’t think this is a joke. By the time this new regime ends many people will be desperate for it. Never has the world been more desperately in need of cheap, simple nukes to defend themselves from the torrent of barbarians overrunning the world now. What is now to occur is simply no joke.

  47. Art says:
    @Anon

    Too late to save America. Focus on saving yourself and your family. The American Bolshevik monster is about to hatch and it will have an insatiable hunger for blood and terror.

    Agree 100% – national politics is out of our hands.

    We must concentrate on LOCAL politics – we must retake current city, county, and schoolboard politics. Then take back our state governments.

    We must un-elect the radicalized liberal feminists that have overtaken local politics.

    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
  48. Realist says:
    @Crawfurdmuir

    We know from Washington’s own private memoranda to himself that he had a hot temper. What he did was to recognize it, and having done so, practiced an iron self-restraint. Washington learnt to subdue his passions, and thus improved himself.

    Therefore I was correct.

  49. Realist says:
    @Colin Wright

    Now, ideally, you will choose to fight ‘with a cool…intelligent head.’ But if you do, your calm and reasoned resolution may not impress anyone.

    Again I am not talking about fighting or impressing anyone…I am talking about correcting the horrible situation this country is in by eliminating the problem.

    Look at Black Bullshit Matters. Did they get billions plus the adulation of the media plus Congress literally kneeling at their feet by being ‘cool and intelligent’?

    You have the cart before the horse. The Deep State paid Antifa and BLM to be disrupters…to be Agent Provocateurs.

  50. Jimmy1969 says:

    Not your best work Glad…a little too pedantic and ambiguous. Nice Poem though.

  51. Gilad –

    I am not going to be nostalgic for Trump, Kushner or Adelson. I never thought that Trump would clean the swamp and I didn’t understand why he believed he wasn’t part of it himself. Trump was and still is a very peculiar character. He was loved and admired by many.

    Trump is a human mirror –
    if you notice, he is simply a rough reflection of whomever surrounds him at a given point in time. This is why he has no actual consist ideology or doctrine, only absolute subservience to those influencing him at a given moment in time (example = DACA).

    This quirk of personality has long since been identified by the usual suspects, who well understand how to goad him into serving their goals by exploiting his basic nature.

    Anything opposed even tangentially to what he is trained to mirror is always the absolute worst and only deserves derision – there is little to no inkling of nuance or an ability to deflect the worst goals of those seeking to influence and control him, who are quite often even more horrible than the force(s) receiving his animosity.

    He could easily, even with Covid, have become a second term President if surrounded by stable, honest, and decent people, who provided him with the advice and direction that pointed toward such outcomes, but left to his own devices he eagerly absorbed the worst of humanity into his inner circle time and again – Publicly raging against big donors, then doggedly pursuing those same donors who would out of necessity betray his base.

    Probably the most important part of intelligent management is not being a human information depository, but knowing where to obtain the just, moral and decent information that you can use to address matters at hand, and Trump at times had inklings of reaching out for such advice, but in the end was probably so isolated and under attack from extreme leftists that it made him “easy picking” for the Neo-right opportunists who fanned him with endless praise for access to his offices, status, and the power he could command.

    Probably the worst influence was his own daughter (now giving nonsense speeches claiming to now speak on behalf of ‘conservatives’) and his son in law, who was so interconnected to multiple adversarial foreign states and so deeply indebted that he could not obtain a legit security clearance, which led to the first temptation of Trump (which he completely failed). He ordered the bogus security clearances to be issued, and from that time on Trump was merely a pawn in his own admin.

    During the year long Covid economic shambles, Americans in many cases went most of that year with no aid of any sort, or at most 1200 bucks to keep housed or their business viable,
    and yet in the final months of the Trump collapse,
    seeing that their access to power was likely to be lost in mere weeks, Fake Clearance Kushner and Berkowitz were on a desperate global last-ditch push to make special alliances for the Israeli’s, while Americans got only throw-away tweets, with no plans or structure behind them from a desperate Trump.

    What is probably the most valuable thing to any administrator or head of state is a Loyal Opposition. Someone who will, in a non-hostile or impudent way tell you the truth, even when it does not serve their own personal or financial gain, or the personal gain of the head of state.

    Trump does not appear to have had any loyal opposition who attempted a ‘come to Jesus’ moment, as long as he had power and status to command (with the possibly exception of Tucker Carlson vis a vis the nightmare of Kushner ) because it was quite likely that Trump would have bounced them from his circle at that point, and they were all more concerned with flattering him with artificial praise and keeping access, instead of attempting to pump out the flooded bilge and ‘right’ the ship of state.

    Four years passed, and no Health Care plan was ever pursued or developed, let alone released as a working document. Another US Admin was wasted enacting foreign policy and military schemes in the middle east while the lives and their communities of Americans fell apart, unattended.

    In the end, Trump collapsed into the mire introduced by his own ‘flattery entourage’, and those who knew better, and could have intervened at risk of their own access to end the lunacy, chose to sit silently, savoring the last moments of their special relationship even while the main hatchway gave way to flooded bilge, ignored for so long.

  52. acheek says:
    @lloyd

    Lloyd:
    the author linked to an example of blacks (and whites) trying to invade a Federal building – one with a sitting President inside it at the time – end of May 2020. It’s in the article.

    And, there were blacks in that crowd at the capitol. as far as I know, only a pregnant white woman was shot.

    appears to me that control is what they want and they’ll use ANY and EVERY issue/difference to gain it…. by playing to fear, anger, greed, ambition, laziness, ignorance, you name it – if it can be twisted to divide then it will help them conquer. And we’ve taken the bait; they are trying to set the hook.

  53. lloyd says: • Website

    You might note they failed to enter the White House. Sort of makes my point. If they had got inside they would have completed the arson of the British troops. The black who photographed the white woman who got shot is a BLM leader. Supporters in the Capitol police may have let some in. Trumpians were taking selfies with the cops inside the Capitol. Minorities support Trump but any minority seen in a Trumpian crowd should be grounds for suspicion. These marches are blood and soil. It is reported three died from “heart attacks”. That is as unlikely as three States suddenly found at same time hundreds of thousands of Biden votes. I think they were shot. There were reports of multiple shots. If that was admitted, it would class the event as a massacre.

  54. Anonymous[263] • Disclaimer says:

    We should then uproot this culture and expose its envoys.

    We have already exposed these envoys. Everything is China’s fault:

    – Covid19? China’s fault.
    – High unemployment after a full year of shutdowns? China’s fault.
    – Blacks rioting? China’s fault.
    – America losing the 5G race? China’s fault.
    – Election fraud? China’s fault.
    – Corrupt DOJ/FBI/CIA? China’s fault.
    – Corrupt/craven/left wing judges/SCOTUS? China’s fault.
    – Big Tech shutdown of conservative posters? China’s fault.
    – Media bias? China’s fault.
    – Diversity mania? China’s fault.
    – Hollywood’s degeneracy? China’s fault.
    – Academia’s left wing lunacy? China’s fault.
    – LGBTQ mania? China’s fault.
    – Homelessness, drug addiction, mental illness? China’s fault.
    – GOP cucks caving to the left at every turn? China’s fault.
    – Endless wars in the Middle East? China’s fault.
    – Endless immigration? China’s fault.
    – Deep State? China’s fault.

    Expel all Chinese, bomb China and all of America’s problems will be solved!

  55. Erebus says:
    @Biff

    The American Bolshevik monster is about to hatch

    I thought I was the only one who was seeing this.

    There’s more of us. The egg was laid on 9/11 and I’ve been waiting for it to hatch ever since.

    Frankly, I thought it would hatch during the 2008/9 GFC. I was wrong. The Bolsheviks are smarter than I am. They knew there were pieces missing – pieces I didn’t even think of because, while America is the lynchpin in their schema they weren’t interested in America alone, but in the whole of the Anglo (if not Western) world. What they were waiting for was a fully indoctrinated generation to reach managerial age and gain control of key nodes in the private sector.

    They now hold all the levers of state power, and the most important nodes of private power. Besides its role as a psycho-social conditioner, destroying the social micro-structures that hold a society together, the COVID meme’s most important function was to destroy the existing economic flows of both information and goods so as to force their consolidation under their control.

    On Nov 3 America arrived at the fork in the road and the hijackers forced it to bear Left. That Either/Or moment has come and gone for the Deplorables. One hears lots now about “rebuilding” the GOP, or even building a new “Patriot Party”. A waste of time, resources and energy. At the speed with which the neo-Bolsheviks are moving, it’s far too late for that. America is already de facto lawless. Or, more accurately and much worse, the Law is now a weapon in the hands of the neo-Bolsheviks and they’ve demonstrated its use. They will use it even more ruthlessly to render futile any future challenges to their power.

    And so, the next Either/Or fork in the road will soon come clearly into focus dead ahead…

    Not through speeches and majority decisions will the great questions of the day be decided—that was the great mistake of 2016 and 2020—but by blood and iron.” Bismarck (updated)

    Put another way…
    Even though they’re in fact the real target, the Deplorables have been little more than an audience to a one-sided fight against their grossly outnumbered representatives. Unless they come down out of the stands in large numbers in the coming days & weeks, even the “blood and iron” they’ll be able to muster when they find themselves facing the last fork in the road will prove too little too late.

    • Replies: @Biff
  56. @thotmonger

    Who is the woman speaking here?? I love her!! Major cajones.

  57. karel says:
    @Colin Wright

    Bring us more fables Colin please, like this one .

    ‘If you see that I’m driving a 1995 Ford Escort, you can’t infer that I’m ignorant of the vehicle’s faults. All you can infer is that I find it preferable to the alternatives: such as walking, or taking the bus.

    Please send us a picture of yours with your escort (is it not cover for a woman born in that year?) to gain my admiration. Just like you, I always prefer ”the alternatives”, such as begging, rather than working and you can see me on the left of the entrance to the St Vitus cathedral every morning between 11:00 and 12:30. Life is difficult, as thanks to the Chinese disease, American tourist no longer come in large numbers. I would send you a picture, if I were not so poor to have a decent digital camera. Send me please some spare cash if you can.

  58. Gilad I am happy for you too. Though reading your article I did not find any happiness there. Maybe you are not really happy?

  59. Vaterland says:

    America is, by now, far less of a danger to world peace, let alone itself.

    Sadly I strongly disagree. I found the ‘Cultural Revolution’ term for what goes in America strongly hyperbolic; not anymore. When we are at the point when children rat out their own parents, be it for Covid breaches or their non-kosher political beliefs, and when you have hundreds of thousands of likes and thousands of comments for people gloating over the death of Ashly Babbit, the woman who got shot in the Capitol, in a sadistic and truly wicked way, then we have truly arrived. Many Americans on the left want to see those on the right dead. Period. If these people weren’t mostly dysgenic, soy infused freaks and if they got a go-ahead, they would kill them today.

    All the more reason why I don’t buy for a second that the left is about “equality” or “human dignity”, but about sadism and power; and they are dependent on a totalitarian control of society and the public square, because any deviation from the ideological dogmatism would remind their narcissistic egos that their vision does not lead to utopia, but to trashworld.

    Also, the US (and Western) establishment could not have made it more clear now that they exclusively serve the richest 1% or 0.1%, Wall Street, Blackrock and Israel. That they are willing to let “the proles” die whom they despise and now, after the happening on the 6th, started to fear. This also means in Biden’s term we will see a war against Iran. And yes, Iran is not Iraq. It might turn out to be what the Soviet war in Afghanistan became: a coup de grace for a decaying empire with an establishment at war with its own people.

  60. Escher says:
    @Colin Wright

    We’re baack. The same idiot rednecks who elected Jackson nearly two hundred years ago, who put the ‘Know Nothings’ into the White House, who staged huge Klan parades right through Washington DC. The Jewish, ‘Progressive’ elite can suck it.

    The United States is demographically very different from 200 years ago, or even 50 years ago.
    The progressive/Jewish elite have cemented their control thoroughly, and fragmented the population enough that the Trump presidency is most likely the last attempt by the “old America” to take back control.

    • Agree: Neuday
  61. @Neuday

    Nothing wrong with Jewish interests. Survival of the fittest. This is what the Indians, Chinese and Africans are doing and this is how it ought to be. Anway, a country is a landmass nothing more. A landmass we spit and shit on. So remove the emotional bullcrap and you’ll see a change in culture and tradition. Nothing more nothing less. As long as the capitalist values aren’t underpined and legal immigrants allowed life will find a way

    • Replies: @Jim Christian
  62. Biff says:
    @Erebus

    neo-Bolsheviks

    I like this term, and will use it often – concise and accurate.

    The U.S.A. has all the hallmarks of a Banana Stan dictatorship ripe for Bolshevik revolution II.

    *Thousands of votes show up in the dead of night for their preferred puppet(faux democracy)

    *Media speaks with one voice.

    *Psyop false flag photo events – the DC riot that was more or less children that found the candy store was unlocked and open(plenty of video clips of cops waiving them in)

    *War on terror directed inward(Biden plans on new laws targeting domestic terrorists as he refers to the kids who did the whacky Capitol tour)

    *Show trials – they are going to make examples of the deplorables(political opposition) and off to the gulag they will go.

  63. Ideafix says:
    @Svigor

    The US military wasn’t ordered to defeat Afghan goatherds for the very simple reason that the war would then be over together with MIC profits. Within the USA the situation is different, civilised people are very vulnerable compared to an old goatherd with 20 sons, guns and a dozen wives somewhere in a lost mountain village.

  64. Tom Welsh says:
    @Observator

    “Breaking into Walgreen’s ain’t quite the same as breaking into the United States Capitol building, no?”

    No indeed. There are valuable – though cheap – goods inside Walgreen’s. Whereas,

    “It could probably be shown by facts and figures that there is no distinctively native American criminal class except Congress”.

    – Mark Twain

    • LOL: animalogic
  65. I notice that ALL talk of the 2000 dollar ‘stimulus’ is dead on arrival. They never wanted to do that. Now, it’s lost in the sauce of MAGA and the ‘invasion’, another reason.

  66. @RJ Macready

    Nothing wrong with Jewish interests. Survival of the fittest. This is what the Indians, Chinese and Africans are doing and this is how it ought to be.

    So it’d be perfectly ok for enlightend Whites to initiate a racist color revolution recruiting Blacks (who are already perfectly anti-Semite anyway), them, us against Jews? You good with that? It’s how it ought to be, survival of the fittest, all that..Nothing wrong with my interest.

    • Replies: @RJ Macready
  67. @lloyd

    “If” blacks had invaded the Capitol? Why would they do that? They already own the place.

  68. @Jim Christian

    Yes. It has come to this. I have written in my previous comments- best thing would be for whites to get a separate white ethnostate and bring it up from the ground up. If it can come to pass it’ll be a light of hope for all whites around the world who shall flock there. Start afresh. Its the only possible way. Multiculturalism never works and never will work. All the damage has been done- people are way too intermixed with varying interests. I

  69. @lloyd

    Example: the Black Congressional Caucus.

  70. Ugetit says:
    @davidgmillsatty

    The Colonists who started and won the Revolutionary War would disagree.

    If you still believe that, then you’d likely benefit from studying the Whiskey Rebellion, Shays’ Rebellion and the writings of the anti-federalists.

  71. @Dr. Charles Fhandrich

    Agree, with the huge exception that none of our government’s wars in the past century and a half have done anything to build our society or advance our people’s safety or prosperity.

  72. @Colin Wright

    Bringing up the Klan not the best idea, especially given that tens of millions of the American people whom you will need are Catholic and/or proudly descended from Southern or Eastern European immigrants. Otherwise love the comment.

    • Agree: Colin Wright
    • Replies: @Colin Wright
  73. @Art

    Absolutely right. Our money, time, and effort must go towards electing governors, mayors, prosecutors, and judges who will protect us and allow us to defend ourselves and our communities by all means necessary.

  74. @RadicalCenter

    ‘Bringing up the Klan not the best idea, especially given that tens of millions of the American people whom you will need are Catholic and/or proudly descended from Southern or Eastern European immigrants. Otherwise love the comment.’

    You’re right. I’d also keep a weather eye on the sensibilities of all East Asians who are here legally, and all Mexicans and Central Americans who have acquired citizenship. That last is a bit of a trick: we have to bar all further immigration, while explaining ‘we don’t mean you.‘ But I’d prefer to try.

    I go for the big tent theory. I want the Civil War to be short and easily won — not prolonged and bloody.

  75. R2b says:

    One had good hopes in you, Gilad.
    But you deliver nothing.
    Sorry.
    Should you perhaps bury your sax.
    How would you then survive, mentally, that is?
    Impossible.
    The us of a is not United.
    And you probably meant that.
    But then, you give nothing.
    Throw out Scofield and bring back King James 1611.
    No footnotes.
    You have to delve deep, with all that you have.
    There is a great wave coming, a tsunami, great and slowly, but fast at the same time, coming, covering all

  76. @davidgmillsatty

    “davidgmillsatty says:
    January 8, 2021 at 5:32 pm GMT • 4.2 days ago ↑
    @Realist
    The Colonists who started and won the Revolutionary War would disagree.”

    Just to get a (((Bank of US))) after Washington and Franklin sold them out. It was all a sham. Why do you think Washington is plastered on just about everything but toilet paper? He’s (((their))) perfect Goy.

  77. @Dumbo

    I found this… interesting —
    “I never thought that Trump would clean the swamp and I didn’t understand why he believed he wasn’t part of it himself.”
    Nor did I. But, Trump was never a real member of the Swamp. Perhaps he wanted to be? But the swamp/Establishment NEVER wanted him. They hated him. He was grit in their gears. At bottom he was simply too erratic & his ideas simply too “out there”. That’s why many loved him….
    Most leftists simply can’t grasp the fact that Trump was not a “fascist”, he’s was not anything really. (A thourogh going capitalist, of course).
    Ultimately, Trump was ALONE, surrounded by enemies or the selfish or place-holders.
    Even his own Party went no further than to use him for his popularity.

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