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Donald Trump is gone. No storm broke. No reckoning came. There was no plan. In his place, a career politician assumed the presidency. Joe Biden muttered some platitudes. Most people have already forgotten them, probably including Joe Biden.

We’re told the inauguration was historic and dramatic. It was banal and boring. It celebrated mediocrity. It had about as much dignity as getting your driver’s license — which has more personal meaning.

Everyone has strong opinions about President Donald Trump. It’s hard to feel anything about President Joe Biden. Few attended his rallies or watched them online. He ran a modern-day front-porch campaign, as media and tech companies censored the opposition. He was a prop, a spectator to his own march to power.

The election was a referendum on President Trump. Many believe the election was stolen. You may be one of them, and you may be right. Some politicians and journalists accuse President Trump of attempting a coup, and they may even believe it.

Mr. Trump told his supporters to be patriotic and peaceful. The media have certainly soft-peddled that. But he didn’t march with his people to the Capitol. He went home. What was supposed to happen? His supporters didn’t know. I don’t think President Trump knew. What did Ashli Babbitt die for? Now, we can ask the same question about the entire Trump administration.

Maybe you still believe in President Trump. You say his allies betrayed him. You say he turned his back on a life of luxury that men dream of in order to save his country.

His supposed friends — from Michael Cohen to Anthony Scaramucci — turned on him, flaunting their dishonor as heroism. Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell, and other Republicans were happy to use President Trump when they needed him, but once his usefulness ended, they dumped him. They tell us the president of the United States is the most powerful man in the world. Today, he can’t even send a tweet.

Perhaps you are less charitable. You may think President Trump betrayed you. You followed him to the end, even beyond the end. He gave Kim Kardashian more support than he gave you. The people who put their bodies on the line for him won’t get a pardon, but Jared Kushner’s father did.

When our rulers say “our democracy,” they mean the Regime that governs us. Whoever they are referring to when they say those words, it doesn’t include us.

The fact remains that if President Trump had told people to march on Washington, they would have. After years of failure, pandering, betrayal, and weakness, they still were willing to face armed men in his name. One died for him.

President Biden took his oath guarded by troops that he doesn’t trust. The FBI vetted every one of those 25,000 men to make sure they weren’t “white supremacists.” The people who tell us walls don’t work surrounded themselves with walls and barbed wire. Federal agents who let cities burn all summer are now arresting and humiliating those who had dared trespass in the “temple of democracy.”

Government, oligarchs, and billionaires ruin the lives of the people they don’t like while progressives cheer. Leaders of NGOs rage because teenagers can host podcasts and post on 4chan. CNN wants to shut down dissidents on YouTube because more people watch livestreams than watch their darling Brian Stelter.

Journalists who encouraged riots that left dozens dead tell us we have to stop misinformation. Regime media and its politicians want a “domestic terrorism” law that would stifle Trump supporters. The Daily Beast wants secret police. Journalists have been joined by volunteer commissars to hunt down co-workers, friends, and family who attended the January 6 rally.

Regime media use words like “traitor,” “sedition,” and “insurrectionist.” The sentence for treason is death. Do they want to kill people?

But what did President Trump actually do as President? Not much. In 2016, after the most remarkable, unlikely, and miraculous campaign in American history, President Trump governed like a normal Republican. He did not deport illegals, make English the official language, or tax remittances to Mexico. He did not abolish birth-right citizenship. He was not a “white nationalist.” He did not even eliminate race-based discrimination against whites and Asians.

President Trump was softer on crime than Bill Clinton. He was weaker on riots than George H.W. Bush. President Trump is leaving office not because he was strong, but because he was weak. He did not defy the “Swamp.” He couldn’t defy his son-in-law.

The “new” president is a man who was a political relic even when he was Barack Obama’s vice president. If 2016 was the “Flight 93” Election, we successfully stormed the cockpit and then pushed the control stick straight down. But let’s give Donald Trump credit: Whether he meant to or not, he did something no other politician, activist, or artist ever could. He forced the Regime and its servants to reveal themselves.

They no longer disguise their intensions. They tell us what they think of us and what they want to do. Please consider these headlines:

This tells us what journalists think the rally was about. I doubt it’s what any of the Trump supporters thought it was about. President Trump never praised American whites or offered a program for our benefit. He has done so countless times for other groups. Any “white nationalist” who supports President Trump is a glutton for punishment.

As a Trump supporter, I doubt you think you are a “white nationalist,” let alone a “white supremacist.” These words once meant something. Today, they are just smears, random noises journalists make to identify people they don’t like. People use words to maintain power. Our opinions would matter if we had power, but we don’t.

We can define ourselves however we want, but in the economy, at university, in the media, or anywhere in public, we can’t define ourselves. Those with power define us. And the people who have power say you are racist.

You’ve probably noticed that the people who lecture you about “white privilege” are some of the most privileged people in the world. Take a step back and see our situation for what it is.

From third-grade classrooms to the Ivy League, from the Fortune 500 to the NBA, from the Communist Party to the Libertarians, from the Vatican to the Satanic Temple, almost every institution in what we still deludedly call “Western Civilization” agrees that “racism” is the defining evil of our time.

You’ve heard of white privilege, institutional racism, systemic inequality, and antiracism. These phrases mean that if you are white you are always racist no matter what you do. Our own children are taught to hate themselves, thrown into a cult in which there is no salvation.

Many Americans voted for Barack Obama because they thought it meant we could get past race. Instead, race is almost all we talk about, and we get new double standards practically every day:

  • Race is a social construct and whiteness is a privilege, but it’s a scandal when a white person abandons that “privilege” and pretends to be black or Hispanic.
  • IQ tests are biased towards whites, but Asians score higher on IQ tests and Asian-Americans out-earn whites in the United States.
  • Diversity is our greatest strength, but Amazon recognizes that ethnic diversity prevents unionization because a diverse workforce has fewer common interests.
  • Moving into a black area is racist because it’s gentrification. Leaving one is also racist because it’s white flight.
  • Using anything from another culture is cultural appropriation when whites do it, but it’s wonderful when non-whites take over European history.
  • According to the doctrine of disparate impact, any non-discriminatory policy that results in group differences is racist — but only if blacks don’t benefit. Anything that helps them — even deliberately — is, by definition, not racist.
  • Whites are privileged because they have disproportionate power and wealth, but if you notice that the most disproportionately powerful and wealthy are Jews, that’s antisemitism.
  • White racism torments black bodies, which is why blacks need to be protected from anything “offensive.” One of those offensive things would be to point out that any given black person is 48 times more likely to commit violence against a white person than the other way around.
  • We live in a world where a politician who says “All Lives Matter” is considered “disgusting.”

This isn’t just the destruction of monuments, a “Black National Anthem” you have to listen to before the game, or the diversity training you sit through. It’s in the school curriculums. It’s the state-mandated discrimination against whites. It’s the knowledge that every interaction with a non-white could “go viral” and end your career. If you feel threatened, you may be the criminal if you call the police. If you defend yourself against an attacker, you must weigh the chances of being killed against whether you will face hate-crime charges.

If you violate “our values” of anti-racism, you are barely human. Your family may face pressure to join the campaign against you. It may lead it. Jake Gardner was a former Marine who owned a bar. His business was being destroyed by Black Lives Matter rioters. The police did not respond. Protesters attacked Mr. Gardner, and he fired in self-defense. The District Attorney ruled it was self-defense. After media promoted the story, a grand jury indicted him anyway. He shot himself, having lost faith in the system he served.

Christopher Georgia was a bank manager in Fulton County. Police charged him with “unlawful entry of public property” and violating a curfew after the Capitol Hill riot. There are countless examples of leftists doing this without consequences, but a white bank manager faces severe penalties. He killed himself.

Ashli Babbitt was an Air Force veteran who participated in the Capitol occupation. She carried no weapon and had armed police on both sides of her. A Capitol policeman shot and killed her. Progressives celebrated her death. The New York Times, Washington Post, and NPR smeared her post-mortem.

In August 2020, a black man executed five-year-old Cannon Hinnant in his own driveway. It was strictly local news. There is no movement to fight the endless wave of black-on-white violence in this country.

The great irony of this moment is that if Joe Biden were working for Starbucks, what he used to say about race would get him fired. But now he’s useful because he is dependent on blacks.

In President Biden’s own words, he is a “transition,” presumably to the new majority non-white America of Kamala Harris. She is a mediocrity who would be unknown were it not for race. After he’s gone, Joe Biden will be replaced by people who don’t care about the historic American nation and promote endless grievances against whites.

It will only get worse. “Equity” can’t be achieved. Progressives will never say “mission accomplished.” Too many people have careers whipping up grievances against whites. We are also importing a permanent Third World underclass that will make assimilation and reducing income inequality impossible. As racial equality continually fails to materialize, the hysteria will mount. Only “racism” can explain why a Honduran immigrant who speaks no English is poor.

The Regime is building a society on resentment. To succeed, it must fail. If we ever did “move beyond race” or achieve equality, our rulers would lose the ideological justification for power. “Antiracism” must become more extreme, outlandish, and violent. Just look at South Africa to see what happens when whites become a minority.

However, Trump supporters, let me speak for a moment to just my people: white people. There is nothing unusual about a ruling class using ideology to justify power. Theirs is “equity.” We owe nothing to the Regime. It needs us; we don’t need it. We’d be better off without it.

We European-Americans are a stateless people. We have citizenship, but no country. No progress is possible until we face this.

We have no political representation. Any politician who said whites have legitimate racial interests would be crushed. Look at what happened to Steve King, whose decades of conservative service did nothing to save him after a New York Times reporter misquoted him to make him sound “racist.” He even voted to denounce himself and it did no good.

There is not a single white man in the Western world — no matter how powerful, well-connected, or wealthy — who would not lose his position if he openly defended white interests.

That was why Donald Trump mattered. The Regime will stop at almost nothing to stop a white man who doesn’t grovel. Mr. Trump was rich, famous, and beloved so long as he accepted the system’s rules. He palled around Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton. He was a hero to rappers and a staple of television and movies. But then he unleashed forces that couldn’t be controlled, and that brought repression, censorship, and hysteria. The Regime can’t ever let that happen again. The Regime may not even let Trump’s cameo in Home Alone 2 survive his removal from power.

Regime” is the right word. We are ruled by an elite that is hostile and increasingly foreign. Whites can collaborate with this Regime. We all do, when we pay our taxes, obey the laws. However, collaboration does not bring protection. The goal posts are constantly shifting. If you are a non-white American who doesn’t want your country mutilated, you’re still a “white nationalist.” Just ask the Proud Boys.

We must mock, not just reject, charges of “sedition” or “treason.” Treason against what? In public schools and in the most prestigious media outlets, the Regime tells us America was founded on genocide and slavery. Now, it claims Old Glory for itself and calls us traitors? Let us hear no pieties about “loving” the country that you want to transform. A husband who tells his wife she needs to “fundamentally change” doesn’t love her. A patriot doesn’t speak of his country as a problem to be solved.

The question now is whether we still have anything to defend. This Regime does not represent me, nor even 74 million Trump supporters. I’m not advocating rebellion or any illegal act. When I see President Joe Biden, I don’t feel “hate,” anger, or even resentment. I feel nothing. I will obey the Regime’s laws and pay its taxes. I wish I didn’t have to, but that’s reality – like a flat tire or a pulled muscle. I wish those whom the Regime prefers would fight its wars and pay its bills. Somehow, I don’t think it would last long.

When I see President Trump, I feel pity, sadness, and grief. I pity him because he has no future and will be go down in history as America’s most hated man. I feel sadness for those who begged him to save them and were let down. President Trump offered just a hint of how great this country could be. A glimpse of that dream inspired millions of Americans. That’s something bigger than he is, and it’s a tragedy he can’t see it.

Most of all, I feel grief for a country I barely knew and for the future we could have had. Those who should have led our people are destroying us for fear of a word. When I look at what calls itself America, I see the corpse of a loved one. It’s already rotting. I feel disgust at the maggots eating it. It’s pointless to rage against them, but it’s futile to try to stop them by telling the corpse to stand up for itself.

The American “Experiment” is failing, but our people are alive. We may have been mistaken, misguided, or betrayed, but we are still here. The Regime shows its people the iron fist because it is afraid. It has nothing left but force. I feel more optimistic than I did in 2016. All illusions are gone, so everything is now possible. A great adventure awaits, from which we will emerge stronger.

Trump supporters, you are arriving at the place I reached long ago. Now, we see the Regime revealed for what it is. We couldn’t expect to be saved by someone coming down the Trump Tower escalator. We paid for our naïveté, but once you see, you can never shut your eyes again.

What do we do now? What the finest of our people have done before. Nietzsche wrote:

A state is called the coldest of all cold monsters. Coldly lieth it also; and this lie creepeth from its mouth: “I, the state, am the people.” It is a lie! Creators were they who created peoples, and hung a faith and a love over them: thus they served life.

Outside the eyes of the Regime media, creators are emerging. We have it in our power to begin our national epic anew, to show through word and deed that history has not ended. The most exciting chapter has begun.

Some have said that Americans like us are “Amerikaners,” drawing a parallel with the South African Voortrekkers who tamed the wilderness to create a state of their own. “Amerikaners” will need to gather geographically, work together financially, and bind themselves to each other through loyalty and faith. This will take dedication, planning, and the all-important first step: recognition that we are a nation within a decaying empire. Our destiny is separate from its fate. We do not have a state, but we are a people, something more important than any one of us. Our task is nation-building.

To start thinking about alternatives to the Potomac Regime does not mean forgetting our roots. We Americans look back to men such as George Washington and wonder how such titans once walked where Kamala Harris and Joe Biden now stand. However, our roots go back much farther.

As I search for a way forward, I look to the ancients. The inauguration was a funeral, but even a funeral can affirm life. I think of the funeral games that the Greeks held after the deaths of great heroes. They were celebrations of martial valor and vitality.

The challenge is desperate, but the prize is beyond calculable value. Our opponents have unwittingly defined “whiteness” as almost anything that is great, beautiful, or accomplished. I almost feel we should thank them. Inauguration Day 2021 wasn’t the end. It was a beginning. History has begun again, and I can’t wait for what is to come.

(Republished from American Renaissance by permission of author or representative)
 
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  1. Some great excerpts from this article:

    We can define ourselves however we want, but in the economy, at university, in the media, or anywhere in public, we can’t define ourselves. Those with power define us. And the people who have power say you are racist.

    You’ve probably noticed that the people who lecture you about “white privilege” are some of the most privileged people in the world. Take a step back and see our situation for what it is.

    This is ‘jaw-dropping’ in the sad whilst infuriating sense:

    […] His business was being destroyed by Black Lives Matter rioters. The police did not respond. Protesters attacked Mr. Gardner, and he fired in self-defense. The District Attorney ruled it was self-defense. After media promoted the story, a grand jury indicted him anyway. He shot himself, having lost faith in the system he served.

    P.S.:

    The media have certainly soft-peddled that.

    I, a non-native English speaker, thought at first glance the verb ‘to soft-peddle’ to be odd, so I checked the dictionary: and indeed, the correct is, actually, ‘to soft-pedal’.

  2. It’s a scary prospect, Kammy and Sleepy. I hope the Regime will abandon it’s war on Iran, whose only offense is being independent. And I still hope for a few secessions, which would solve all problems. The USA doesn’t need to be powerful. It’s protected by oceans.

  3. gay troll says:

    “Hate cannot conquer hate. Only love conquers hate. This is an eternal law.” -Dhammapada

    “Fear is the mind killer, the little death that brings total obliteration.” -Dune

  4. Icy Blast says:

    I for one want to hear what the “Christian Zionists” have to say for themselves. Apparently there are about forty million of these fools. Tucker Carlson, who is one of their number, refers to them as “Children of The Enlightenment.”

  5. “I pity him because he has no future and will be go down in history as America’s most hated man.”

    About 100 million people disagree.

    To include the Blacks and Latinos who enjoyed the highest employment rate in US history.

    • Agree: journey80, WhiteWinger
    • LOL: Creatura
    • Replies: @Wally
    , @Mike Tre
    , @Frank frank
  6. What we need to do is tell the truth. This is called race realism. Wokesters want you to lie because telling the truth is racist. Nature is racist; race realists are honest.

    A couple of things race realism can do for you.

    1. Race realists tell the truth.
    The Wokesters want whites to be submissive. Actual white supremacists want whites to be in charge … because they’re white. Race realists want the truth to be told. If blacks are better at basketball and track and field, so be it. If whites are better at following the rules, making and enforcing rules that are objective, and basically civilization, so be it.

    2. Race realists believe in meritocracy.
    If whites do better than blacks on IQ and aptitude tests, so be it. If Asians do better than whites, so be it. IQ tests are important for selecting career paths. You don’t want your doctor to flub your heart surgery because there needed to be more blacks in medical school.

    3. Race realists are safer.
    They tell the truth about black propensity for violence. They know that congregations of black youths are volatile and by staying clear, race realists reduce their chance of being shot by stray bullets.

    4. Race realists make society better.
    Race realists may fear and seek to avoid blacks, but they do so in response to experience. When race realists find that one black out of 100 who actually has an IQ considered to be high by white standards, they will often make friends. Race realists do not include blacks just because they’re black. To do so is racist.

    5. Race realists know what racism means.
    It means making decision based solely on race. This is what wokesters do. This is what blacks do most oftenly. Race realists make decisions based on behavior and character./

  7. Anon[251] • Disclaimer says:

    This isn’t just the destruction of monuments, a “Black National Anthem” you have to listen to before the game, or the diversity training you sit through. It’s in the school curriculums. It’s the state-mandated discrimination against whites.

    Your family may face pressure to join the campaign against you. It may lead it.

    People didn’t mind much Russia turning into the Soviet Union, and they got the Soviet Union.
    People don’t seem to mind much the USA turning into the Soviet Union (21th century version), and if they keep not minding, they are going to more or less get it again.

    • Replies: @Aardvark
    , @EugeneGur
    , @Uncoy
  8. Wyatt says:
    @Vergissmeinnicht

    He also made an error here.

    They no longer disguise their intensions.

    If the Nazis couldn’t solve the world’s problems, the Grammar Nazis will have to suffice.

  9. Franz says:

    Note from the Rust Belt:

    We are all redundant now. The regimes not-so-subliminal message to white folk is: Die and get it over with already. One rich Jew, William Kristol, was polite enough to say it on television so we can stop guessing.

    Statelessness is the natural state of the innovator and as we become more aware of it, creative energy flows.

    The lawless regime in Washington, over the last few seasons, has helpfully removed our blinders.

    Good! Now we can see what has always been in front of us. As one of our Midwestern poets put it: Work for the night is coming.

    The harder we work, the shorter the night.

    • Agree: WhiteWinger
    • Replies: @Liza
    , @sally
  10. Lennycat says:

    Very thought provoking letter. I may read it several times and share it with a good friend. Thanks

  11. KenH says:

    It’s really hard to take Trump seriously when he:

    1) Pardoned negro criminals like Kwame Kilpatrick, Lil Wayne and a Snoop Dog associate. Snoop Dog had made threats towards Trump during his time as president yet Trump rewards black race hatred of whites like a typical weak white cuck. Contrary to what Donald thinks the blacks don’t love him. They merely use him and throw him away when he’s no longer needed just like A$AP Rocky did.

    2) Rescinded the tariffs on aluminum coming from UAE. This will financially benefit he and his family but lead to a loss of American jobs.

    3) Rescinded his EO barring WH aides, advisers and cabinet officials in his administration from seeking employment as lobbyists. Whatever happened to drain the swamp? Yeah, right.

    On the plus side Trump did reveal the emperor’s new clothes and there’s more people on our side politically awake than ever and I hope that translates into a mass racial awakening very soon. But race blind populism ultimately is not the answer for white survival.

    Jewish wealth, influence, media and political power is still the driving force behind anti-white policy and the anti-white national agenda. But Gregory Hood dares not mention it. You cannot defeat an enemy that you refuse to identify.

  12. A very thoughtful letter indeed. It offers hope and yet does not deny the total failure of the Trump, who either simply wasn’t up to the task of really fighting the evil degenerates who own and control the Rotten Banana Empire, or was (as Ann Barnhardt claimed in 2016) operating the biggest scam of the many scams he’s been involved in throughout his life. Perhaps he drank his own civic-nationalist (globalist-lite) kool-aid. Having Grima Wormtongue as his chief advisor certainly didn’t help. So into the trash-bin of history goes the Donald. Sad but his own damned fault. There’s absolutely no excuse for the pardons, which reek even worse than those of Bill Clinton. Even worse was tossing his own supporters under the FBI/DOJ/Antifa’s criminal and murderous Bus of Woke dressed up as a police car.

    The Rotten Banana Empire’s days are numbered regardless of whether Grandpaw Sniffy dotters along in stage-two dementia with leaking depends or is replaced by Pol-Pot in a Pantsuit at the order of the crime-princess from San Franshitsco who presides over the faux-legislature. May its collapse come soon and may it be total. Only then will the gaslighted idiots who inhabit the wretched place begin to see (those that live) and start to rebuild. As Franz above helpfully reminds us: Work for the night is coming. As for those who continue to believe lies, the Joker called it: You get what you fucking deserve.

    • Agree: GomezAdddams
  13. LarryS says:
    @Icy Blast

    As a Christian and former Zionist, Christian Zionists follow a flawed theology of End Times. They believe that the anti-Christ will desecrate the Jewish Temple before the Second Coming of Christ.
    But there is no Jewish Temple. Therefore they support Israel’s wars of hegemony (Genesis 15:18) so that Israel can destroy the Muslim Dome of the Rock and al-Aqsa Mosque which sit on the Temple Mount where the new Third Temple will be built. These Christians are virtue-signaling God on how much they love Israel.

    • Replies: @Anon
    , @psbindy
  14. Where do you fit here if you are not a Trump supporter, but despise Biden and all he and his players represent? Can we have a dissident movement that has nothing to do with Trump? Nothing to do with Republicans? Chabad-Lubavitch has absolutely no relevance to my world view, nor the view of anyone I’ve encountered during my lifetime.

    Trump is done and I’m actually hoping he’s prosecuted on some bogus charge, simply because he was an incompetent leader, turning his leadership responsibilities over to Jared Kushner. It was horrible. Drag him off to a prison in the Golan heights. No one cares. A moron could have had a clue of the blindingly obvious election fraud plans to unseat him.

    I’m certain there are very bad times ahead. A long “dark winter” as this senile senate puppet is fond of repeating. American citizens, those who work, raise families and produce goods and services, should not be subject to the punishment ahead that will enrich and further empower people like Biden and his horrific son, Hunter.

  15. AReply says:

    More ridiculous word-salad which would be honored to be called bullshit. GPT-3 output.

    • Troll: Peripatetic Itch
  16. The question now is whether we still have anything to defend. This Regime does not represent me, nor even 74 million Trump supporters. I’m not advocating rebellion or any illegal act. When I see President Joe Biden, I don’t feel “hate,” anger, or even resentment. I feel nothing. I will obey the Regime’s laws and pay its taxes.

    Even the most ardent promoter of the Constitutional Convention would have fervently or at least dutifully conceded that the Republic-hybrid system being adapted by them is completely incompatible with political parties.

    I am not going through a long list of quotes from be-wigged founders, but the Washington Farewell Address should be mandatory for anyone assessing how far we have fallen and for how long this has actually prevailed. The fact that vultures are still circling means only that some carrion remains on the ribs, not that the death was particularly recent.

    From a strictly political process standpoint, it was evident even before the ink was dry that wealthy northern merchants (white) were very willing to make common cause with wealthy southern planters (white), to raise up a system that served their mutual profit, however as all such partnerships go, the conniving plotting with the crooked soon practice their arts on each other.

    This period installs the nucleus of regional and national parties that now curse us.
    The ”deathstar” vulnerability that must be targeted is the Dem/Repub corrupt monopoly, which has locked out the general public from any representation. The legislative branch in particular was not designed as the proprietary domain of this duopoly, that has now written rules to divide up the spoils.

    As for me, I have voted for my very last Republican ever, unless they happen to have the names Carlson or Hawley. There is a path out of the collapsing mine, and the glimmer of light at the end of the tunnel is a party that is constructed as a check upon itself.

    A party that is largely a non-party, staffed by representatives of their constituents who serve a term and go home. This can all be built into the party by-laws and filter out the bribes and rent seekers.

    Nothing in our federal system has ever worked as long as check-cashing parties and commercial interests controlled the system, nor can it ever work.
    No political system is compatible with a profit motive, because anyone with a financial interest is virtually guaranteed to find a reason to ignore what they would otherwise challenge.

    In closing, you are not going to eject parties and payoffs, you can however go over, around or through them.

  17. Discipline or Destroy the GOP
    Digital Separation en route to physical and political separation
    Advance the cause of Partition

  18. Truth be told, I was not a Trump supporter in the sense that I did not vote for him. I decided to refrain from voting after Bush the Younger for whom I voted. I came to this decision after realizing he was probably the worst president during my lifetime. I also came to the conclusion that there is no fundamental difference between the two political parties. They both lie, cheat, steal, and murder to maintain power.

    I enjoyed Trump’s election mainly for the disruptive effect it had on politics. I never believed he would do any of the things he said he would. If he had even tried to do some of those things he most likely would have been killed. The author of this article nails it when he writes:

    But what did President Trump actually do as President? Not much. In 2016, after the most remarkable, unlikely, and miraculous campaign in American history, President Trump governed like a normal Republican. He did not deport illegals, make English the official language, or tax remittances to Mexico. He did not abolish birth-right citizenship. He was not a ‘white nationalist.’ He did not even eliminate race-based discrimination against whites and Asians.”

    Thanks for the analysis and conclusions. If my hope was dependent on political outcomes I would have done the warm bath and razor blade bit long ago. I’ve deliberately avoided much network and cable news for the most part. My hope and trust are in the One who made and sustains all things.

    • Replies: @Dave Bowman
    , @Anonymous
  19. Miro23 says:
    @James Speaks

    2. Race realists believe in meritocracy.

    If whites do better than blacks on IQ and aptitude tests, so be it. If Asians do better than whites, so be it. IQ tests are important for selecting career paths. You don’t want your doctor to flub your heart surgery because there needed to be more blacks in medical school.

    Isn’t there a problem here?

    If China is the national home of the Chinese people, Japan of the Japanese and Nigeria of the Nigerians etc. Then – an alternative view is that ethnic Nigerians (for example) are all part of the same family and look after each other (low and high IQ). If a crowd of higher IQ Whites and Asians arrive in the country claiming a right to top positions on the basis of higher IQ should they get them?

    From this viewpoint, national homelands are race realism – not meritocracy.

    • Agree: Thomasina, Curmudgeon
    • Replies: @James Speaks
  20. @gay troll

    Love the Dune reference. And the fear in Biden and Harris and those who denigrate whites has already obliterated their minds. For one thing, they definitely need whites more than whites need them…without whites, who would they blame everything on? And do whites really need govt. aid? Maybe whites ought to reject whatever govt. aid they can reject because whites ought not to need a govt. that hates them. Poor whites included…hubby and me and our two kids, despite being poor at one time, NEVER took govt. handouts!

    • Agree: WhiteWinger
  21. Sam J. says:
    @Ann Nonny Mouse

    “…And I still hope for a few secessions, which would solve all problems…”

    The Hasbara is pushing succession BIG TIME. Not saying you are one but if States secede then it’s likely there will be a civil war. The red States might lose this “if” the blue States called in China to help them fight. We should avoid civil war at all cost as it would give the Chinese an excuse to invade.

    We could always do so later if necessary but now is not the time.

    If you call for secession whether you like it or not you are pushing the same agenda as the Hasbara and I know they do not wish us well.

    Any one else here who agrees should wherever they see people calling for succession let them know that this is the exact same line the Jews are pushing very heavily.

    • Disagree: Creatura
  22. Sam J. says:

    I don’t believe, now, that Trump & Q were ever on our side. I mean fuck him. Q definitely was a part of Trumps team. I have no doubt of that and Q said over and over they have everything and then, they did nothing. They passed up every chance to set things right or even try while all the time telling us,”it’s going to happen now”. If you block out “hope” and “wishful thinking” then all the facts point towards him being one of them. We’ve been had.

    It’s better to admit this and swallow your pride than to believe in more nonsense. It’s very depressing to be shit on like this but it’s even more fucked up to be shit on and then keep making excuses for those that shit on us. “Oh well maybe he ate something that upset his stomach so he shit on me”. “Maybe he had a virus so he shit on me”. “Maybe he was nervous so he shit on me”.

    I don’t care what his excuse is, he shit on me and my country.

    Look at who Trump pardoned.

    “Trump Pardons Sholam Weiss, Criminal Mastermind Behind ‘The Largest Life Insurance Fraud In U.S. History’”

    • Replies: @Montefrío
    , @Pardina
    , @Ashley H
  23. Wally says:
    @joe tentpeg

    Well said, Joe.

    Author Gregory Hood also said:
    “But what did President Trump actually do as President? Not much.”
    LOL
    That must be why the TDS left went crazy trying to get rid of him numerous times, and finally rigged the 2020 election.

    recommended:
    Donald Trump Leaves Office with 51% Approval Rating: https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2021/01/19/nolte-donald-trump-leaves-office-51-approval-rating/
    “Rasmussen Reports, one of only about three polling firms that have a proven track record for legitimacy and accuracy”
    President Trump’s Massive & Historic Accomplishments:
    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/01/white-house-releases-list-president-trumps-accomplishments-list-mile-long/
    Trump accomplishments:
    https://www.unz.com/chopkins/the-war-on-populism-the-final-act/#comment-4178669
    50 Things Neo-Marxists Don’t Want You to Know About Trump:
    https://www.breitbart.com/entertainment/2020/07/29/50-things-they-dont-want-you-know-trump-harpercollins-reveals-breitbart-editor-jerome-hudsons-book-cover/#

    • Replies: @stevennonemaker88
  24. Liza says:
    @Franz

    Good! Now we can see what has always been in front of us. As one of our Midwestern poets put it: Work for the night is coming.

    I’ll join the grammar nazis and point out that I think it should be “Work, for the night is coming.”

    “Work for the night is coming” has a whole different meaning, doesn’t it. You know, like someone who’s on the night shift.

    Remember “Eats Shoots and Leaves” VS “Eats, Shoots and Leaves”?

  25. 36 ulster says:
    @KenH

    Regarding (1), Netanyahu certainly displayed HIS gratitude toward Trump–fawning over The Pretender-Select on Nov. 4, with the election (seemingly) still in doubt.

  26. If Trump did anything, he showed us all who’s really in charge, and what the Uniparty is really all about. The curtain’s down, the veil torn: America is really Sodom V2.1, and there is no hope for it to continue in the least, it can’t: History says so, and I’m one of those who knows….. “Those who do not study history are forever damned to repeat it.”

    I saw this coming on years ago, especially chatting with those overseas: We are an empire. There is no more republic left, is there? Nope! And Antifa? You idiots! More who don’t bother to read, of course, or they’d notice that our current system mirrors Mussolini’s fascism??

    “I’d much prefer not call it fascism, but instead, corporatism.” Okay, Benito, whatever.

    And, if history is accurate, our collapse is inevitable. Sing your little songs, dance your little dance, but, the show’s about over, folks. America is now a cheap, sloppy copy of Rome in her final hour, and we must now look forward to….building a new thing, as the old one’s ready for the trash bin.

    • Replies: @Ugetit
    , @GamecockJerry
  27. Alden says:

    Woman I know was arrested by the FBI for going to the Capitol protest. She’s a physician in her 50s. She did vote for Trump. She does think the hatred directed towards Trump was just insane. But otherwise she’s a standard conventional liberal. It’s frightening that someone like her was arrested.

    The FBI must be looking at everyone’s credit cards for plane tickets train tickets gas purchases hotels and meals to see who traveled to DC first week of January.

    • Thanks: Craig Nelsen
    • Replies: @R2b
  28. The author underestimates the permanence with which the symbol of Trump will endure in people’s hearts … his term in office was a historic time, and he may be in fact the most notable president ever in office before the USA crumbles

    The establishment’s hate for what Trump legitimised saying – that media news is often fake, it’s ok to fight globalism, it’s ok to defend your own culture, we should disentangle from wars – is Trump’s enduring badge of honour, despite Trump’s flaws and how he disappointed

    He was a man. Take him for all in all. I shall not look upon his like again.
    – Shakespeare, Hamlet, I, 2

    There’s a good argument that Donald Trump was drugged and manipulated in the latter part of his presidency, after being under extortionate blackmail in the early part after his surprise 2016 win. Trump appearing drugged-up and speech-slurring by early 2020, possibly in the power of handlers’ suggestions, explaining his disastrous decision-making (e.g., not firing Bill Barr) as election fraud evidence came clear, Mr 9-11 Giuliani maybe in fact helping to destroy Trump.

    Trump is over, and we need to remember the good things. Remember the LEGEND. Trump is a symbol, he was always a symbol. Trump is a tragic figure. He did his best.
    – Andrew Anglin

    • Thanks: St-Germain, Joseph Doaks
    • Replies: @Peripatetic Itch
  29. Sean says:

    MAGA was about foreign policy. But Wall Street favors China, which in November Trump instituted a investment ban on. He had China worried but it is just too big, and even their carelessness as with the creation of the second novel coronavirus in their live wildlife wet markets within 18 years worked in their favour. Stopping China’s rise relative to the US is going to require something very dangerous by the end of the Biden/ Harris regime. But by 2030, people will begin to realise that Trump was right and the last hope to settle things peacefully.

    • Replies: @GomezAdddams
  30. @Wyatt

    I find it strangely uplifting when I see the people who correct website grammar and spelling almost never have their own websites, and when they use TwatFaceGram they LOL and OMG and WTF there little harts out.

  31. Hartnell says:

    I do agree with this article except for the part about Donald Trump having no future. I think he does potentially have one but it’s not bright. The deep state is not going to let him “retire” quite so rapidly and are going to be coming after his family and finances in the coming years ahead.

    This makes it extremely likely that Trump has no other choice but to form a third party movement and take away the Republican votes, forcing the Republicans to take note of the Trump base. Its only thing he can do at this point.

    That said, the outcome might be entirely different. The deep state leave him alone, he retires quietly and the Trump base essentially “gives up” and goes back to status quo politics.

    Also remember that the Trump base is primarily blue collar and made up of older white people as more of a majority voting base. Blue collar jobs are dying, this entire generation who remembers the “old America” is dying off too. Millennials on average seem either fanatically devoted or content with the status quo.

    So who knows? Maybe Trumpism does have a future or maybe it really was just one big “last hurrah” of the old America and nothing cna be done to halt the decline of the country.

  32. Fred777 says:
    @Just another serf

    “Can we have a dissident movement that has nothing to do with Trump? Nothing to do with Republicans?”

    No, you can’t. It will not be allowed.

  33. Ugetit says:
    @Liza

    Remember “Eats Shoots and Leaves” VS “Eats, Shoots and Leaves”?

    Sometimes a cowboy “Eats, shoots, and leaves.”

    A panda eats leaves and shitz, I think. 🙂

    • LOL: Liza
    • Replies: @Dave Bowman
  34. American electorial politics has been meaningless at the national level for a very long time. I have found it interesting/entertaining never the less. Not any more. I have no interest and nothing to say about the next election.

    Stop the hate
    Separate

    • Agree: cronkitsche
    • Replies: @Dave Bowman
    , @Atlanta Man
  35. G J T says:

    I told a friend prior to the “election,” explaining why I was sure Trump would win, that a Biden win would signal ZOG is beginning its controlled takedown of the US, in preparation to move on to a new host. I still believe this to be the case, and everything that has happened over the last two weeks only further convinces me.

    For one, the USA was already a laughingstock before Joe Biden was its nominal head of state. By supplanting a spineless Jew puppet who at least projected strength and a degree of stability, with the stuttering, senile, Jew puppet Biden, the Jewish regime is signaling to the world that they have just about bled us dry and are now open for business. They are gearing up to light the fuse on the USA and scatter like cockroaches, and they want the world to know it. They have dropped any pretense of trying to maintain a stable world hegemon to do their dirty work.

    Laying the trap of January 6th, and everything we’ve seen come from the regime in the subsequent two weeks, is all part of laying the groundwork for the takedown of the USA. American politicians are no less deluded and no less suicidal than the average libtard. Both take direction strictly from Jews and both have the exact same aims, and will likewise be led off a cliff by those Jews without even realizing what they’re doing until it’s too late. This is not to excuse any of the disgusting traitors in the American government, but just to illustrate that they themselves have no ability or will to prevent the total destruction of the country they reside in. Their pursuit of material wealth and unquestioning subservience to Jews has blinded them.

    Do not think, however, that the Jews who run this country are too stupid to realize their intensified crackdowns on white Americans will achieve the result of pacification. They know full well that it will have the opposite effect, and as a result there will not be “healing” but even more instability. That is the true desired result, because America is over. A powder keg of an economic zone, with crumbling infrastructure, no national or ethnic cohesion, a demoralized population, and a pozzed military full of faggots and trannies, is not going to be of any real use to the Jewish regime very soon. They know it because they created this state of affairs, and our usefulness has almost run its course. White dissidents/white nationalists just need to be smart and ride this thing out, however long it takes.

    • Replies: @Katrinka
    , @Craig Nelsen
  36. Ugetit says:
    @Cthulu Smith

    More who don’t bother to read, of course, or they’d notice that our current system mirrors Mussolini’s fascism??

    You simply have to be kidding.

    In fact, the US is mirroring its own fascism, as it’s pretty much always done.

    During Mussolini’s time, strong, authoritarian men came into power because of conditions similar to the ones we’re wallowing in right now. Mussolini’s ideas were what Italy needed at the time, and he’d get high grades from me if he hadn’t invaded East Africa. What a dumbass project!

    Ezra Pound was generally right.

    • Agree: Curmudgeon
  37. Defcon says:

    *I’m not advocating rebellion or any illegal act. When I see President Joe Biden, I don’t feel “hate,” anger, or even resentment. I feel nothing. I will obey the Regime’s laws and pay its taxes. I wish I didn’t have to, but that’s reality*

    I stopped reading here, prior to this paragraph my intention was to comment on race realism. A decade ago I was telling people to stop paying taxes, to which I was countered that this was illegal by misinformed good goys. Now we find ourselves in a position where we are the terrorists, we’ve been heading this direction since 1865, 1913, 1945 and 1965 sealed it, if you study history you will know these dates. I had never thought of transgenerational hate until three or four years ago, upon this realization I pushed it on the chins and everywhere else I had a voice. I rightfully place the blame for our current situation on the “greatest generation” and the “boomers”, they let this happen before their very eyes, before many of us were born. This will sound callous, but I wish covid was real and to infect and kill all of you, turning the remaining whites into a minority over night. This will be the only reality that wakes whites up, the placating “I’m not racist” honkeys will be forced to rally, or fade out of existence. Some have taken the original concept further and called for a “day of the pillow” which I fully support, you quite literally gave the greatest nation to ever exist to mud people, are you proud? The only section of the paper I read is the obituary, only to confirm that more of you died.

  38. Publius 2 says:

    This piece is bursting at the seems with truth. Thank you.

    • Agree: Joseph Doaks
    • Replies: @anon
  39. Schuetze says:

    Donald Trump is a high level freemason and a crypto-jew. His entire presidency was just one big show, on the same scale as the “moon landings”. The reason he never fulfilled any of his promises was because they were all lies for the useful idiots stupid enough not to see what he truly was. On the surface it may appear that he did manage to smoke out the opposition, but this was really just more demoralization and gas lighting.

    Take as an example his “march on the capitol” that he cowardly declined to lead, despite his promises. Not only did he set up any followers stupid enough to enter the capitol for prosecution for trespassing, but he set all his “followers” up for persecution as insurrectionists, white supremacists, and racists. Then, his masonic brothers conveniently throw him off of Twitter so he leaves all his followers high and dry. Then to cap it all off, he doesn’t even pardon Julian Assange, the man who got him into office in the first place. Trump is and always will be nothing but a selfish douchebag masonic brother.

    • Thanks: HeebHunter
    • Troll: GeneralRipper
  40. @Just another serf

    Questions banned on the idiot box, NPR, and everywhere else in Establishia:

    Where do you fit here if you are not a Trump supporter, but despise Biden and all he and his players represent? Can we have a dissident movement that has nothing to do with Trump? Nothing to do with Republicans?

    As are their corollaries:

    Where do you fit here if you are not a Biden supporter, but despise Trump and all he and his players represent? Can we have a dissident movement that has nothing to do with Biden? Nothing to do with Democrats?

    And the ban has been effective: the country is now propagandized to the point of (purportedly) 150,000,000 Red+Blue voters. Wait and see — those 2022 “midterms” will be the Most Important Election Ever, too.

    • Agree: Squarebeard
    • Replies: @Katrinka
    , @Spanky
  41. Publius 2 says:

    Trump’s inaugural address in 2017 was awesome. I believe he started out with the right idea, and he simply did not know the magnitude of the force with which he would be opposed.

    Did they literally threaten to kill his family? Probably. He was shown “the tapes.”

    Then he went to the (((CIA))) building on day one and said he was going to remove the “columns.” No more columns, pointing to physical columns in the room. LOL. Wink wink. He told the young CIA grunts (like the military, mostly on his side) he was on their side and he was mocking the (((leadership))) and letting them know he knew what they had done (spied on his campaign).

    I remember how he went to the CIA on day one. It was great. Who else remembers that? See if you can find his speech that he gave to the CIA employees on Jan. 21, 2017. I’ve been remembering that every day for 4 years.

    Then Trump, surrounded by generals, said very clearly, “Maybe this is the calm before the storm.” Then when a reporter asked, “What storm, Mr. President?” He replied very menacingly, “You’ll find out.” This was after Q was a famous thing in the media. Trump purposely kept the Q thing going.

    Trump said, “Maybe this is the calm before the storm,” surrounded by generals!!! Who could blame the Q folks for believing????

    Trump gave a tremendous speech in Poland that seemed to be a dog whistle to “Christians” (which now means white people).

    Who could blame the Q fanatics for believing?

    Then, on January 6, Trump gave that speech and he said he would walk down the street with the protesters!!

    There were Antifa people in the Capitol, but most of those people were Q believers. They thought Trump was coming with 50,000 marines behind him.

    For whatever reason, Trump was a failure BIGLY.

    The situation now for honest good white people with young children is HORRIFIC.

    They are going to make my kid wear a mask to go to kindergarten next year. Child abuse. I could go on….

    WE ARE LIVING IN THE PREQUEL TO THE HUNGER GAMES.

    Biden’s inauguration was straight up out of the Hunger Games, complete with Lady Gaga’s outfit.

    They are mocking us.

    • Replies: @_dude
    , @TomSchmidt
  42. Dumbo says:

    Biden’s platform so far seems to be about two things:

    – Eliminate “domestic terrorists” (i.e. white people not aligned to woke progressivism)
    – Transexuals über alles (he’s on record saying that 8-year old children should “decide” if they want to be transgenders or not)

    Trump was not a good leader, he abandoned people who would go for him anywhere, and in the end was far more for MIGA than for MAGA, but he made millions of people realize the full extension of the Swamp.

    I think many people are still in shock after realizing the full extent of corruption and degeneration in the U.S. (and in the world). As the Kamala-Biden train wreck advances, and corona psy-ops gets even more authoritarian, this is going to become even clearer.

    “Fasten your seatbelts, gentlemen, it’s going to be a bumpy decade” (Bette Davis)

  43. Rich says:

    The society the left is creating can’t sustain itself. They appear to be trying to build a modern day colonial empire out of an established country. Setting up different tribes against each other, in this case blacks, Hispanics, Whites and Asians, giving power to the weakest group, the black, so they are completely dependent on the regime. The Romans did it in every nation they conquered. I think they’re making a horrible mistake that will end in Mau Mau style violence but they can’t seem to stop themselves. We have to survive to secure the future of our children through education and hard work. The Irish survived as a people after hundreds of years under an occupied power, as did the Greeks and the Slavs, we can do it, too.

    • Replies: @gotmituns
  44. Realist says:

    History has begun again, and I can’t wait for what is to come.

    So your solution is to wait for what is to come…you won’t like it.

  45. @Ugetit

    “You simply have to be kidding. ”

    No, comrade, not in the least. But, the word is that Antifa doesn’t even want Xiden, so, maybe some did pay attention after all, eh? Can’t wait to see Grandpa Sniffy label them domestic terrorists! HA!

  46. Mike Tre says:

    I was a bit skeptical when I saw the title of this article but after reading I have to say well done.

  47. Mike Tre says:
    @joe tentpeg

    “To include the Blacks and Latinos who enjoyed the highest employment rate in US history”

    This is not a beneficial accomplishment. Finding negroes make work government jobs is merely welfare, and every “Latino” that takes a job takes one away from a heritage American and lowers the wages for 10 more.

  48. Realist says:
    @gay troll

    “Hate cannot conquer hate. Only love conquers hate. This is an eternal law.” -Dhammapada

    Gay troll…for sure.

    • Agree: GeneralRipper
    • Replies: @gay troll
    , @Anonymous
  49. _dude says:
    @Publius 2

    Agreed…there were promising indicators early on, then a gradual, demoralizing fizzle. Quite possibly the whole thing was just public sentiment managemen. I mean obviously armed white men are the regime’s biggest external threat…the last four years has successfully marginalized them even further. I guess they trusted their plan. 😉

  50. Publius 2 says:

    Trump had a mandate to call the unorganized militia to DC on Jan. 20, 2017.

    That’s what the last 4 years of (((hysteria))) is all about. Period.

    The bad guys know it. We know it. The bad guys know that we know that they know that we know that they know it.

    It’s all very obvious.

    Of the 25,000 troops at the Hunger Games Biden inauguration show yesterday, probably 95% of them did vote for Trump. But Biden did not truly have anything to fear, because white people are good. There was never going to be any assassination from a white national guardsman.

    This is bad for other good people, because police and military will do what they are told to do, such as enforce ridiculous mandatory masks and, soon, going door to door to collect guns that were perfectly legal private property when purchased.

    And yes, millions of Trump voters had voted for Obama in 2008 and 2012. We thought giving them a black president would cause an easing up of the relentless attack on white people. See, black people? If you work hard and act decently, you can become the President of the United States!!!

    Instead, (((they))) tripled down on lunacy, and in 2014 (((CNN))) gave us the ridiculous Trayvon Martin and BLM thing.

    That is 90% of the reason Trump won in 2016. I’m telling you that Travyon Martin and BLM bullshit is a large portion of the reason for the 2016 result. Even among “far right” commentary, I have not seen anyone (other than me) really make this point.

    The thought of the average white American in 2016 was: “We gave you Obama, and you give us Black Lives Matter? FUCK you then!”

    Anyone with his ear to the streets knew in early 2016 that Trump would win. Any pundit and mainstream talking head who was surprised in 2016 (99% of them) should forfeit their right to discuss politics. They truly live in a bubble and don’t understand.

    But even as of Nov. 2020, the bad guys still did not understand why Trump won in 2016 and why it was necessary for him to win.

    For whatever reason, however, Trump failed.

    • Replies: @WhiteWinger
    , @Tony Schnee
  51. Aardvark says:
    @Anon

    As it was once portrayed in some movie… what the Russians thought they were getting when it was marketed as “workers owning the means of production” and assorted other claims that were made is not at all what they wound up with. Then they were either murdered or went on to lead miserable lives. “They pretend to pay us and we pretend to work”. “The promises of Socialism are as of yet unfulfilled”.

    The people that don’t seem to mind the USA turning in to the Union of Socialist States are going to have the same moment of discovery; what they thought they were getting and what they wind up with will be two different things.

    • Agree: GeneralRipper
    • Replies: @Anon
  52. @Ann Nonny Mouse

    Hate to say this but a war with Iran will divert the dwindling power of the regime from us “white supremacists.” Or even their planned color revolutions might do the trick. The US is running on fumes. Even more so with the end of fracking and Keystone. Both of which are things Trump did right.

  53. @Cthulu Smith

    But Antifa has Jewish roots! Just ask the Times of Israel.

  54. Trump temporarily got us out of the Paris Accords, which is a total joke. He was good on energy in general. We will all be missing him by summer with our sky rocketing energy bills. Also I will miss Breitbart’s Melania fashion watch.

  55. @Icy Blast

    I for another would prefer to ignore the emotional exaltations of this very deluded and simplistic group for whom I feel nothing but chagrin. They in no way share common ground, regardless of their skin color. I live in a country in which skin color is not a defining factor in identity, although I’m as white as white gets, physically and culturally. My brown-skinned co-villagers recognize this but appreciate it, something that pleases me no end. It passes along to my posterity, nearly all of whom live here. My 45 yr old dtr lives in Puerto Rico and enjoys similar status. Being bilingual, they understand us, you see, and actually appreciate us for what we represent, which is not exalted and naive evangelical proselytizing but competence derived from a code of honor and duty that benefits all. No one here sees this as “white supremacy” but rather as what’s expected of folks with a long history of accomplishment without an attitude. Works very well. Try it, you’ll like it!

  56. Anonymous[159] • Disclaimer says:

    Root Cause?

  57. “Inauguration Day 2021 wasn’t the end. It was a beginning. History has begun again, and I can’t wait for what is to come.”

    Amen!

    • Replies: @Minnesota Mary
  58. @Just another serf

    No one (with the possible exception of himself) believes Orange Man was the Maitreya. But he made clear to the downtrodden that the Time is ripe; he was the voice in the wilderness – what he kissed awake will not go as easily into that good night again as the tea party (though repression and infiltration will be severe).

    Maybe (one can dream, can´t one) a Deplorable Party with the RINO (((neocons))) siding with the opposing Party of Defectives and Deviants … something will happen 😀

  59. @James Speaks

    Agree! I consider mysef a “race realist” but not an exclusionary one, given that I live in a mixed-race society (in my village entirely without blacks) and find it quite pleasant. My beloved dtr-in-law is mildly mixed (Spanish, Arab, Guaraní) and therefore the same is true of my grandchildren, the emotional axis around which my life now turns. When all is said and done, I’m in agreement with Julio Iglesias ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mEIdnMKoCtM) and while my present lady friends are both very white, I’m not blind to the charms of the “lovely mix of these lands” (bonita mezcla de esta tierra; neither was my son. Like it or not, miscegenation is inevitable if white “values” are to hold their own in mixed societies, increasingly the face of the future.

  60. @Wyatt

    “Grammar nazis” have their place in maintaining the proper place of language in the spectrum of “white values”. If one can’t take the trouble to use the English language correctly, best retire from the field of trying to instruct others in the glory of whiteness.

    • Replies: @WhiteWinger
    , @gay troll
  61. Rocket says:

    With apologies to the movie Gladiator: There once was a dream called America. It was but a whisper. Anything louder than a whisper and it would vanish. It was so fragile.
    Where is our Marcus Aurelius? Our General Maximus? It certainly is not Trump, nor Biden.

    • Replies: @Carroll Price
  62. Thank you Mr. Hood for your optimism and incite! An overall incredible summary of our current situation with a positive and hopeful conclusion. I will share this with all 3 of the people I love. Thank you.

  63. Miha says:
    @Ann Nonny Mouse

    Should be ‘its war on Iran’ unless the intention was to write ‘ . . . it is war on Iran’. I got hold of that rule by remembering that the apostrophe is always an abbreviation when used with ‘it’. If that was a typo, disregard this comment; you don’t need the reminder though plenty of people do.
    The answer to the grammar nazi accusation is that rules (as in the TCP/IP which permits this discussion) help to optimize the path of communication between A and B and minimize error propagation.

    • Agree: Liza, acementhead
  64. Z-man says:

    Trump’s demise was having his weird Zionist son in law and his ditzy daughter wield so much power. He became a vassal of the Zionists and couldn’t even pardon Assange on his last day in office.

    • Agree: Katrinka
  65. Spanky says:

    “I will obey the Regime’s laws and pay its taxes. I wish I didn’t have to, but that’s reality …” Gregory Hood

    So, in other words, you support the Regime and urge others to do so, despite all your other arguments to the contrary. Enlightening. Either you’re a fool, much like Trump (no disrespect intended), or just another establishment shill using sophistry to confuse the rubes and ensure conformity.

    • Agree: Montefrío
    • Replies: @Curmudgeon
  66. R2b says:
    @Alden

    It’s unbelievable.
    Curtis Bowers, I think his name was.
    Saw his video.
    Taken down pretty fast.
    It showed the peaceful Trump-followers.
    And pointed to Antifa, who did the Capitolium promenade.
    Msm journalism is a disgrace.

  67. Katrinka says:
    @Greta Handel

    Fair elections will be a thing of the past. There are NO political solutions. What is it about Americans that makes them believe they can always vote their way out of every calamity? Haven’t we tried to do this over and over again? Definition of insanity?

  68. gotmituns says:
    @Rich

    At the end of biden/harris, there’ll be no more “nations” and peoples. There’ll just be “Brave New World.”

  69. TG says:

    Well and powerfully written. Kudos.

    Karl Marx may have gotten the solution all wrong, but he did diagnose the problem: this is about class war. Whites are indeed being demonized, but not for arbitrary or irrational reasons. Western elites are looting their nations and crushing the working class, and they need to deflect attention away from themselves. Teach the non-white working class to hate the white working class, and the working class will tear itself apart.

    Nothing personal, it’s just business.

    Funny isn’t it, the United States is run by about 600 mostly white billionaires, but somehow none of these people have any ‘white privilege.’ It’s only working class whites driving pick up trucks and drowning in debt and one paycheck away from being evicted that are ‘privileged’.

  70. Many believe the election was stolen.

    Gregory, please! The steal was blatant and in your face.

    • Agree: Just another serf
    • Replies: @Carroll Price
  71. Katrinka says:
    @G J T

    Good analysis. I’m leaving. I have no intention of becoming a target. Find a safe haven country. At least obtain the necessary documents and apply for legal residency in a safer, more stable country. My choice is Panama. Be warned. When the U.S. blows it will not be pretty.

  72. JGP says:

    ‘There is not a single white man in the Western world — no matter how powerful, well-connected, or wealthy — who would not lose his position if he openly defended white interests.’

    And that of course is wrong if only because the assailants of white interests, by assailing a whole race and saying the whole race is wrong–which the assailants must know deep down cannot be true–invoke and provoke a whole race’s–and individual members, too– natural and unalienable right to self defense, and this in proportion to the methods the assailants themselves use, either in words or in any other method they use.

  73. @Sam J.

    Agree. Mr T appears to have been a wh0lly-owned subsidiary of a tribe to which he does not belong but decided was worthy of the craven kow-tow for the perceived sake of his children. Six weeks older than I, also from NYC, but for the status he apparently craves for himself and his offspring, from the wrong side of the East River. Nothing he did, does or could do will ever change that. Big bucks and a beautiful trophy wife are kind of neat for the idolatrous schlumps, but in the final accounting those do not a man make. Honor is what makes the man, honor and natural qualities. Mr T has been weighed in the balance and found wanting, pace Melania from Palookaville. Social climbing is more treacherous than scaling the Velasco in Argentina.

  74. When I see President Trump, I feel pity, sadness, and grief. I pity him because he has no future and will be go down in history as America’s most hated man. I feel sadness for those who begged him to save them and were let down. President Trump offered just a hint of how great this country could be. A glimpse of that dream inspired millions of Americans. That’s something bigger than he is, and it’s a tragedy he can’t see it.

    I wouldn’t feel too badly for Trump. He is an old, rich, man who has been able to live a life most of us can only dream about. He will be gone in the next twenty years or so. And he will not care any at all about the people who hate him. He does not seem to suffer from that need to be loved by strangers that pervades the vast swarming multitide.

    If his legacy is to be one of hatred and ridicule, it will only reflect the attitude of the people who control information flow, not reality. Perhaps his statue can be pulled down by the same people who want to pull down Lincoln’s statue.

    As far as his election went, remember that the choice was between him and Hillary Clinton. Jesus Christ was not on the ballot. After his election, his problem was to weed out the available swamp creatures to find some who were more or less acceptable.

    Unfortunately, Washington, District of Columbia is not overrun by people who can be trusted to be reliable and competent. Trying to find someone who can work as Secretary of Something turned out to be more difficult than Trump anticipated.

    And now we move on. Biden has the ball, let him run with it. Deplorables should stand aside and, if at all possible, help Joe push his agenda. Just remember, it was that same agenda that, four years ago led to the election of a loudmouthed, brash, New York real estate tycoon, rasslin, TV star, deplorable.

    It can again. If we deplorables count the votes. So prepare now for the next election. Become a member of the local election operation wherever you are.

  75. Well Greg….maybe you don’t hate Biden….but I do.

    Joe Biden is a disgusting, vile, corrupt, lying, stupid piece of shit.

    And Kamala Harris is even WORSE.

    I think the jews have overplayed their hand bigtime. They can’t play whack a mole with 100 million people.

    And by doing the in our face election steal they have delegitimized the voting process that was always a fraud but now everybody KNOWS it’s a fraud…..so they screwed the pooch…..that was an important control mechanism and they fucked it up.

    Without a voice whites have no reason to remain peaceful.

    • Agree: Joseph Doaks
    • Replies: @gay troll
  76. Rich says:
    @Defcon

    Boomers and WW2 generation fought integration tooth and nail, but they lost. Riots in every Northern city, voted for candidates who promised to stop forced integration, but were betrayed at every turn. And still, most suburban neighborhoods stayed Pale, black criminals were arrested and Whitey found a way to prosper. The new, young Whites march with blm, support affirmative action and help tear down statues of their ancestors. Past generations have a lot to be blamed for, but the new generation has to step up now. Where’s your generation’s George Wallace? Frank Rizzo?

  77. @Defcon

    “Mud people”? “Boomers”? You wish me (boomer) death do you, pathetic dweeb? I’m a leading edge boomer (’46) and I’d bet you’d give at least one of your garbanzo-sized balls to have had a shot at some of the “mud people” women that could have made your life a joy. My guess (perhaps wrong) is that you’re one of those “incels” I’ve read about. I don’t read obits, sad sack; life’s too enjoyable for that. Stop stewing in resentment and, asthey say, get a life!

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  78. @Just another serf

    I saw an interesting question posed; what would be the pillars of an American populist party? Until someone can identify that, we are doomed to the worst government money can buy.

  79. @Publius 2

    You said it!
    100% Truth To Power!!!!

  80. Spanky says:
    @Greta Handel

    If the 2022 midterms are yet another Most Important Election Ever, perhaps our best candidate would be None of the Above.

    • Replies: @Jane77
  81. We European-Americans are a stateless people. We have citizenship, but no country. No progress is possible until we face this.

    White people DID have a country until white people themselves destroyed it, while not being content with that, are now busily tearing down and removing statues and memorials honoring those who resisted the destruction.

    Leading to only one conclusion – white people are too stupid to survive.

    • Agree: Alden
    • Replies: @AnonFromTN
  82. @Publius 2

    The thought of the average white American in 2016 was: “We gave you Obama, and you give us Black Lives Matter? FUCK you then!” That’s pretty damn accurate, but I would say that 2016 was really an up or down vote on the major media outlets in this country. And Trump trounced them, which led to his supporters not gloating over defeating Hilary, but really about defeating the networks/WaPo/NYT narrative. It’s played out that way to the end, censoring Trump on Twitter and Facebook, what an extraordinarily stupid move.

  83. @Montefrío

    100% Right!
    I’ve never been ashamed to be one!

  84. Petermx says:

    You don’t have to be a Trump supporter to recognize the injustice done when the Democrat criminals and their extreme left allies committed massive fraud to steal the presidency right in front of everyone’s eyes.

  85. Marckus says:

    The article provokes thoughts for the clueless to ponder after the fact. Suddenly it all makes “sense” long after it makes any difference. Trump is a businessman turned politician and anyone who thinks he had their best interests in mind is a hopeless fool. After his supporters served their purpose they were trash. Trump floated away to his gold plated digs and his followers to their trailer parks.

    For President we now have a doddering senior who should be in an old folks home. Backup is the first Afro American or Asian American woman in the white house. Whatever she is depends on the occasion but is further complicated by her being married to a Jew. A white man ! Am I the only one to be dismayed at such race betrayal ?

    As we speak plans are being formulated to oust Old Joe and banish the old fart to a retirement home. Kamala will be the new Captain America but who will be first mate ? Michelle O, Susan Rice, Maxine, a member of the Squad ?? I am glad to witness such earth shattering American history in the making. Two Afro Asian American women, controlled by the Tribe taking charge of America and leading us all into a glorious future. Jared may be gone but was quickly replaced. You need to have a Supervisor there to ensure people do as they are told.

    I notice that unlike Obama’s inauguration notables like Jay Z, Oprah and Puff Daddy were not around crying and lamenting what a historic occasion this was. The rich black elite, as intelligent and sophisticated as they pretend to be, seem to have finally realised that blacks in power are in effect white puppets or under the control of “others” ? BLM and Antifa will soon discover that there will be no reward for their hard work and if they riot again, the fearless team of Joe and Kam will let loose the law dogs to maul them.They have served their purpose and are no longer needed.

    America is done ! Whatever doubts may have remained were blown away January 20th, 2021.

    • Replies: @Dave Bowman
  86. “Our opponents have unwittingly defined “whiteness” as almost anything that is great, beautiful, or accomplished.”
    O great and brave revolutionary, do name the “Our Opponents” if you have the guts.
    As far as I know they are not the Blacks, the Mexicans or Latinos. Can it be true that you lack the guts to name the true enemy?
    I repeat, the real enemy is not the black or the brown.

  87. But what did President Trump actually do as President? Not much.

    I’d say, despite his stupidity and ineptness (or maybe because of it), Trump achieved two good things.

    1. He was the first American president in a long time who did not start a single war. Not for the lack of trying. The shelling of Syria under false pretenses and mafia-style murder of Soleimani were acts of war by any definition. The only reason no war broke out was that Syrian and Iranian leadership proved themselves to be ~100 times wiser than American and Israeli elites. BTW, this was not a huge achievement, considering how degenerate those elites are.
    2.

    He forced the Regime and its servants to reveal themselves.

    That may be his biggest achievement. Deep sate had to show its ugly mug several times already, first with massive eleventh-hour election fraud, second with totally unlawful actions of the courts, third with vicious smear campaign against everyone who did not pretend to buy its lies and shenanigans, and fourth with occupied country-style inauguration: thousands of soldiers and no people. Whoever still believes in “American democracy” should buy a bridge from me.

    • Agree: Curmudgeon
  88. E_Perez says:

    The funny thing with this type of cantilenas – and there are lots of them these times – is that they describe meticulously the symptoms (which we all know anyway), but not the causes.

    When you are in a mess, it is interesting to analyse how you got there, what past decisions brought you into it. Even if you cannot change history, it is important to know what went wrong.

    Reading the article, it seems the disaster fell from blue sky and the hell broke loose with the Trump election 2016. Maybe this is due to the author’s short historic background, but the disempowerment of the white race was in store since a long time.

    Sure it was a long road from the interventionist hubris of
    ‘we make the world safe for democracy’
    to

    The question now is whether we still have anything to defend.

    But there were enough warnings along the road and all of them have been ignored or ridiculed by the white American majority.

    • Thanks: Ugetit
    • Replies: @werpor werpor
  89. @Cthulu Smith

    Agree 100%. I too have been calling for the ‘Collapse’ for years and have been preparing for it.

    Can’t wait for the day the EBT cards stop working for lack of $$$. I plan to be on a beach in Italy watching from afar.

    Many of my deplorable friends are despondent and wondering what to do. Buy Swiss Francs and prepare. All we can do.

  90. @KenH

    Absolutely correct KenH. If the author lacks the guts to point out or name the enemy, then he’s just a messenger.

  91. I have very conservative family members, all Caucasian, who always vote Republican, go to Christian churches, stand for the pledge, etc. These people still think American is the greatest country in the world. They refuse to let that go. Their identity is too wrapped up in America. They have no idea that they are now a nation within a nation. Even when they get framed for defending themselves against Antifa, and lose everything, they will still claim that this is the greatest nation ever known. They just can’t let that go. They are the flip side of the coin to the liberal white couple who, when confronted with the gang rape of their daughter by African immigrants, they will deny that the immigrants are inherently flawed and blame white supremacy. So much unrealistic denial in America. It’s a fantasy land.

  92. Old Prude says:
    @Ann Nonny Mouse

    I wish Iran would hurry up and finish its bomb.

    • Agree: Carroll Price
  93. @Ann Nonny Mouse

    Last I read, Biden wanted to re-enter the JCPOA negotiated by the Obama Admin. If this occurs, would that not make war against Iran less likely? I’m terrified of what Biden and the radical democrats might do, yet I’m relieved that pompous Pompeo, who tried to goad Iran into war, is no longer Sec. of State. At least Trump had the good sense to fire John Bolton, who did all he could to start that war.

    • Replies: @Mustapha Mond
  94. Mr. Ed says:

    Putin is laughing today. Who can blame him?

  95. James Speaks: “2. Race realists believe in meritocracy. […] 5. Race realists know what racism means.
    It means making decision based solely on race. This is what wokesters do. This is what blacks do most oftenly. Race realists make decisions based on behavior and character.”

    Thanks for making this distinction, which articulates very clearly that meritocratic “race realists” are just as opposed to racism as any SJW or antifa. These meritocrats are the natural enemies of racists, not their allies. Along with Christianity, which provides a convenient ideology to justify race mixing, this technological ideal of meritocracy is the greatest engine of racial destruction. The IQ fetishists who don’t mind a negro fucking their sisters so long as it’s a high-IQ negro are essentially the same, and just as destructive to race, as the Christians who don’t mind a negro fucking their sisters so long as he’s a Christian.

    • Replies: @Rich
    , @Adûnâi
  96. Excellent summary of all parties and players, Mr. Hood.

    Whether Gropey or the Hin-don’t is the titular head, Red states hoping to survive better start running secession scenarios.

    For those who may object: We didn’t leave the Union, we ARE the Union!

  97. Richard B says:
    @Vergissmeinnicht

    Errors aside, it was a good read. Still, there was this.

    As I search for a way forward, I look to the ancients.

    Nietzsche also said, Conservatives think like crabs walk – backwards.

    History has begun again, and I can’t wait for what is to come.

    Now that’s more like it. In any event, for a long time now, too long, the West has turned itself inside out while putting the cart before the horse by both obsessing with appearences while putting politics before culture. But such an enterprise is doomed to fail because things aren’t primarily political, they’re primarily cultural. This explains why so many have missed what is really happening.

    And the reason is, because things like cultural history are no longer taught (to say nothing of extensive intellectual training in the arts of rigorous thinking, consistent reasoning, and cautious judgment), people have no idea that the late, great USA was an Enlightenment country.

    Meaning, it’s values were from the beginning Enlightenment values. And the entire Enlightenment metaphysic can be reduced to one principle. Perfect adaptation of the individual and group to the world they live in should properly be the basis of all intellectual and moral decisions.

    From the same metaphysic two different view emerged, the Right and the Left. They key point not so much that they are polarized, though they’re most certainly that. No. The key point is that they both emerged from and share the same belief-system.

    And it’s exactly this belief-system that now lies in ruins. People are still using it, still living by it, though mostly unconsciously, being as they are almost totally ignorant of their own culture, but that culture’s history has never adequately been taught and even then only for a brief time, relatively speaking.

    Explanations come and go. Why whimper? The question to ask now is not Our explanation having failed, what new ones can we create? But, rather, Why does mankind create explanation?

    This kind of thing was being taught in our universities, starting just after WWI and was going fairly strong until the 1965-68 campus disturbances. After that it muddled along until about the late 80’s while I was in college and then pretty much disappeared. But, it has to be said, though present on campus for decades, it was never all that popular exactly because the USA was so thoroughly an Enlightenment country that was chock-o-block full of philistines and, worse, cultural philistines, or, pseudo-intellectuals, who were all convinced they had no need of this knowledge because all that ever mattered was making money.

    And now, their entire explanatory system lies in ruins because of its own internal inconsistences and failure to make good its claims. And yet the Right and Left are still looking backwards. One out of resentment, the other out of nostalgia. Neither will succeed.

    One is reminded at times like these of the quote Schopenhauer used at the beginning of his masterpiece The World As Will and Representation.

    Quit your childhood and grow up!

    • Replies: @James O'Meara
  98. @KenH

    Did anyone else find it grating when Trump, after a few brief remarks before entering Air Force 1 for the last time, played his gay liberation theme song ‘YMCA’ for the last time? The TV talking head I was watching even said that was inappropriate for the occasion. At least we won’t have to suffer through that song anymore – unless he runs again (please God don’t).

  99. Anon[240] • Disclaimer says:

    An old friend is decamping to Europe to live, processing his paperwork right now. This is sobering to me, because he is knowledgeable and analytical, a Harvard Law grad for what that’s worth. I must agree with his conclusion that the already-severe unraveling of the U.S. is worsening quickly, and is irreversible. I applaud the optimism expressed in the essay, but it is not realistic. The best that can be hoped for is that there is no nuclear war caused by miscalculation and incompetence; we and future generations will live in a Mao-S.Africa-Brazil-Idiocracy, but at least it will not be a pile of ash. Life will be better, but only slightly better, in rural red-state America. There is now new wisdom in Coleridge’s advice to his son Hartley: “A life close to nature, my boy.”

    • Replies: @No Tattoos
    , @werpor werpor
  100. Anon[147] • Disclaimer says:
    @Aardvark

    Their time of discovery comes when it’s too late to turn the tide, though.

  101. @Ugetit

    Mostly Agree.

    Mussolini’s invasion of Ethiopia is what caused my grandparents to leave Italy for good.
    (PS Migrating from one’s homeland exacts an enormous toll. My parents would be 100 this year, & long dead; I only began to understand the turmoil they endured, with grace and dignity, after they were no longer around to talk about it.)

    Italy’s history is still mostly obscure, but I bear in mind two or three factoids:

    1. Mussolini was not stupid, most likely was influenced by Machiavelli (among many others).
    2. Most people know the cartoon version of Machiavelli and The Prince
    3. Without claiming knowledge other than a notch above the cartoon, I know this about Niccolo: he loved Florence, his patria. Machiavelli wrote that he would give up his soul to bring republican self-government to his people in Florence.
    I think Mussolini shared that sentiment: he wished to unite Italy.

    Was there ONE SINGLE PERSON in Washington DC yesterday who shared felt that passion for USA?

  102. geokat62 says:
    @Icy Blast

    I for one want to hear what the “Christian Zionists” have to say for themselves. Apparently there are about forty million of these fools.

    Fools, indeed. This sermon from Pastor Chuck Baldwin of Liberty Fellowship should be mandatory viewing.

    How Christian Zionism Is Dividing And Deceiving The Church:

    • Thanks: Enemy of Earth, Zumbuddi
    • Replies: @Thomas Pickering
  103. 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.

    Aug 29, 2020 Black Voters Break the Narrative

    These black voters are breaking the MSM narrative about Trump and BLM

  104. I’ve read every single one of Gregory Hoods political essays. He’s the most brilliant commentator on today’s U.S. hands down.

  105. Anon[264] • Disclaimer says:
    @gay troll

    “Hate cannot conquer hate. Only love conquers hate. This is an eternal law.” -Dhammapada

    Those are some real pretty words there.

    Hey, how about you put those words to the test by taking a nice long late evening stroll through Center City Baltimore, North Philadelphia, or South Chicago – let us know how things work-out.

    • Agree: europeasant
  106. @Richard B

    Just what we need: a metaphysical debate. Very practical.

    As Roger Kimball said about Richard Weaver: “If we need to go back to Ockham to solve our problems, then we are doomed.”

    Fine. I accept the challenge. But I am challenged myself. I have no idea what the alternative to

    ” Perfect adaptation of the individual and group to the world they live in should properly be the basis of all intellectual and moral decisions.”

    would or could be. The previous alternative I guess was “the dogma of the Church should properly be the basis of all intellectual and moral decisions.” Some on the “Right” seem to promote that. Otherwise, what are you proposing?

    Another favorite on the Right is Heidegger. Supposedly Heidegger, like yourself, has both diagnosed the error our our worldview and overcome it himself. Hint: he traces it all the way back to the Greeks, so your Enlightenment is just a waystation. Problem: Heidegger’s German books are well made, beautifully laid out and bound, a pleasure to contemplate. I have several for this reason. I can’t read German well enough to understand them, but that’s OK, since what I gather from his spokesmen is that it’s gibberish. Poetic, but gibberish.

    So there we have the alternatives: the Church, the Greeks, Heidegger. And you say, what? The way forward is to complete the system of German Idealism?

    • Replies: @Richard B
    , @cortesar
  107. @brabantian

    There’s a good argument that Donald Trump was drugged and manipulated in the latter part of his presidency

    Interesting thought. The fight against the election fraud went nowhere. But perhaps Trump suffered more from his bout with Covid19 than he let on? It was a punishing campaign schedule as well. Not to say the Dems were above a little poisoning.

    The other consideration is that the Biden forces spent but a small fraction of what must have been a huge war chest in fighting the actual election. What they saved was used in managing the narrative afterwards. They clearly hired several trolls who polluted the Comments threads here at UR. They intimidated and threatened various legal firms who would have represented Trump. And no doubt they infiltrated the ones who did represent him.

    I’m wondering what happened to the $100 million Bloomberg allegedly committed to the elections in Florida, Texas and Ohio. Perhaps some of it got redirected. In politics, as in war, it’s dirty tricks as far as the eye can see.

    Good comment:

    The establishment’s hate for what Trump legitimised saying – that media news is often fake, it’s ok to fight globalism, it’s ok to defend your own culture, we should disentangle from wars – is Trump’s enduring badge of honour, despite Trump’s flaws and how he disappointed

    • Replies: @starthorn
  108. @Rocket

    “When the student is ready, the teacher will appear.”

    Which means that when a deserving people find themselves in distress, a leader worthy of their loyalty and respect will appear to lead them – but not before.

    • Replies: @Dave Bowman
  109. @Carroll Price

    white people are too stupid to survive.

    That’s an unwarranted generalization. Yes, the Empire and its Western European bootlickers are going down the drain due to their own actions. Most of the world would say “good riddance”.

    But white people also live in Russia and Eastern Europe. Most of them are not as dumb as Ukrainian “patriots”.

    Bottom line: normal white people will survive, cucked white people will not. Survival of the fittest in action.

  110. EugeneGur says:
    @Anon

    People don’t seem to mind much the USA turning into the Soviet Union (21th century version), and if they keep not minding, they are going to more or less get it again.

    Not a chance in hell. People, why don’t you stop talking about things you know nothing about?

    What ever problems the Soviet Union had – and many of them curtesy of the West – it did have equality of the nations and races and, in many ways, economic equality as well. This is something American can only dream about now, let alone in the future. The Soviet period was also the time of great achievements in education and culture, which post-soviet Russia is yet to reach, and that is something that cannot be said of today’s America.

    • LOL: europeasant
  111. @Montefrío

    Like it or not, miscegenation is inevitable if white “values” are to hold their own in mixed societies, increasingly the face of the future.

    The Chinese and Japanese disagree with you. About the inevitability part.

  112. Greg Hood, your eloquent letter sums up this catastrophe better than anything else I’ve seen. It needs to be disseminated widely because at least 74 million voters urgently need something to cling to and rally around, having been rudely disabused of the traditional notion of their native land. It’s now perfectly correct and appropriate to write and speak of our United States of America henceforth always in the past tense. Yet, since history is but an inevitable process of change, there is no reason to give up hope.

  113. @Irish Savant

    For awhile I believed the election was stolen, until taking a look at my own large extended family consisting of several dozen guilt-ridden, propaganderized nephews, neices, and in-laws etc who nearly all voted for Joe Biden.

    I bet your’s did too.

  114. @Defcon

    Now we find ourselves in a position where we are the terrorists, we’ve been heading this direction since 1865, 1913, 1945 and 1965 sealed it, if you study history you will know these dates. …I rightfully place the blame for our current situation on the “greatest generation” and the “boomers”, they let this happen before their very eyes,

    There’s a fundamental bit of arithmetic illogic here.
    1865: no greatest generation or boomers alive
    1913: some small number of greatest generation were children, no boomers alive
    1945: greatest generation present, boomers would begin in 1946
    1965: greatest generation present, oldest boomer cohort 19 years of age

    Am I right?

    • LOL: davidgmillsatty
    • Replies: @Tony Schnee
  115. c matt says:
    @KenH

    Well, he did mention this

    Whites are privileged because they have disproportionate power and wealth, but if you notice that the most disproportionately powerful and wealthy are Jews, that’s antisemitism.

    Which, tbh would not bother me much if they used that power to further America’s interests or at least not at America’s expense, and if they earned it through actually being better rather than simply being able to get away with nepotism and tribalism by playing the Holocaust card.

  116. c matt says:
    @Just another serf

    The ultimate irony would be Netanyahoo refusing him asylum in israel

    • LOL: europeasant
  117. Anon[672] • Disclaimer says:

    Wow!!! So many words so little meaning or comprehensible message. Yes the Intellectual Genius of today who barfed this out only to be sent to the far reaches of the internets tentacles demonstrates that melanin content may be actually of some importance because neural content or function are clearly absent.

  118. Emslander says:

    Our opponents have unwittingly defined “whiteness” as almost anything that is great, beautiful, or accomplished. I almost feel we should thank them.

    When the big collapse comes and the virtues are the only way out, we ought to remember this. However, the rats will be nowhere to thank, so thank them now.

    • Agree: TTSSYF
  119. Mr Hood, I agree with almost everything you said. I voted for Trump in 2016 and 2020. Heck I even attended his rally at UIC in Chicago. This was the event where he did not show up for reasons that are not too clear. I/we were told that the situation was too dangerous so it was decided that it was better that Trump not show up. The opposition was holding a counter demonstration across the street in the parking lot and there were quite a few of them, and it looked like that was well organized. They soon stormed into the hall and it was clear who they were. Comprised almost equally of Mexicans, Middle easterners’s, Africans and ((white Communists)).
    So what do you call a leader who does not lead his people? A coward, maybe or a realist. But he was the only voice with that message and we decided to hear that message. He quickly found out how entrenched was the swamp but he was clueless who was in the swamp.
    Anyway it was a somewhat of good show but amounted to nothing in the end as Biden/Kamala rescinded all of Trump’s works in one day.
    Maybe it’s time to head for the hills because Biden/Kamala are the enemies and it looks like no one can stop them in a Democracy.

  120. Only Covid is on our side.
    It kills four timed as many Blacks than whites.

  121. AReply says:

    In one day, a new U.S. president slammed the door shut on QAnon lunacy just by taking the Oath of Office, and arranged for more comprehensive executive direction and leadership in U.S. pandemic response than Trump had for any program his entire term.

    Meanwhile here at Unz a staff of regulars are steadfastly eating boogers. Good work fellow inmates. Space lizards like you all fattened up!

    • Troll: AnonFromTN
    • Replies: @Zarathustra
    , @Marckus
  122. Rich says:
    @Dr. Robert Morgan

    I’d just like to remind you, sir, that when this nation was firmly Christian, when Churches were full on Sunday, when Mommys and Daddys used to stay together for life, miscegenation was against the law. When non-Christians began to take power, suddenly race-mixing was okay. You have it all wrong.

  123. Those advocating and advancing relentless assaults on whites, and we know who they are, they’re the real racist militants of NAACP, BLM, SPLC, DNC, Academia, CCP propaganda, and our (((Big tech, box, bank, Pharma, gov))) globalists masters.
    Until they back off the rhetoric for their own safety, they will not walk freely and in peace, and will be looking over their shoulder until the stars fall from the sky.

  124. Anonymous[376] • Disclaimer says:

    This is a very good article, though it only obliquely names the Jew as others have said.

    The author has used the word “stateless” (probably for impact) whereas “diaspora” is the more accurate description of white populations in the Anglosphere. We are living in diaspora now and if we are to survive, we must learn to thrive in that environment. We need to take a leaf from other successful diaspora peoples (Jews, Chinese, Middle Easterners, even blacks) and do what they do effectively. Not limited to the following, and in no particular order:

    1) Vote for your own candidates, always. Those who most closely will do for your people what is best.
    2) Ensure that your (frugal) spending is within your own community. If you have money, it should be ending up in the hands of parents of white children.
    3) Assortive mating, even arranged marriages. Obviously there is a continuum here, parents can have a role in at least “leading the horse to water” so to speak.
    4) Improving birth rates. Just like Jews do, it’s all about the more capable people, male and female, having more children and eugenically improving the population.
    5) Caution and distrust of outsiders and the government.
    6) Always asking “Is it good for the Whites?” (ignoring the self-hating component of our population).

    I think we need to be careful about our messaging when it comes to Jewry. Though they have shown they cannot be trusted, it is likely best that we don’t make them feel threatened. It may be possible to give them some pause. As someone said recently on a Breitbart disqus, ‘after WWII instead of saying “Thanks” to their white allies, Jews said “Never again”‘. This decision of elite Jewry will be proven wrong on an IIGFTJ level, as well as the faithless betrayal it obviously is. It would have been better to have stuck with a healthy, competent white majority who see the Jewish-white relationship as a commensal or mutual one. It is not too late for them to make good on their error, but let’s see action before believing words.

    Our advantage is that we can be more flexible, spontaneous and creative than say, the Orthodox Jews who have substantial overhead in following a lot of religious gobbledygook.

    • Replies: @Sir Launcelot Canning
  125. mcohen says:

    the whole concept of the Q anon conspiracy project was a brilliant counter psyops to drag american people by there ears away from the alternate prophecy project also known as APP.You download the app and view an alternate reality.

    However q anon unfortunately served another function.It simply alienated the Q followers from the non believers in the general population which led them to vote Q Anons into oblivion.And trump with them.

    drops from  I P Q

  126. Rich: “I’d just like to remind you, sir, that when this nation was firmly Christian … miscegenation was against the law.”

    It was against the law in some places in early America, but not everywhere. In at least five of the original colonies, free negroes were allowed to become citizens, and were treated as such. And in fact, even the negro slaves were purchased by God-fearing, Christ-believing white Christians, and would never have been able to arrive on these shores without Christian support. Then too, we must recollect that this nation later fought a Civil War to free those slaves and make them citizens equal to whites, and that that was also done by white Christians.

    Something tells me that you are probably one of those people who thinks that the vast majority of today’s Christians aren’t “really” Christians; that they have strayed away from “true” Christianity. But that’s all nonsense, of course. To define the term in that way disqualifies all the mainstream churches and their members from being “true” Christians, since they are one and all antiracist.

    • Replies: @Rich
  127. J1234 says:

    When I see President Trump, I feel pity, sadness, and grief. I pity him because he has no future and will be go down in history as America’s most hated man.

    And in exactly which historical document will he go down as this?

    A half a century ago, the media tried to tell us that Richard Nixon was the most warped and corrupt political leader of the late twentieth century…without using those exact words, of course, because those exact words were a lie, but that was the distinct message it tried to convey. It sort of worked for a couple of decades, but only with a definable segment of the population. That’s because political pathos can only stay alive for so long. And historical figures can only be defined solely by their failings and political enemies for so long.

    Despite gaffs and missteps that likely cost him his reelection, Trump wasn’t “the guy who let us down” but instead, the William Jennings Bryan of the 21st century right leaning populist movement. Like Bryan, he changed the nature of his political party forever. Unlike Bryan, he at least got to be president once, but -again- like the Democrat game changer out of Nebraska 100 years ago, he never was the right person to lead the movement to it’s promised land. Instead, he was the tip of a spear that the opposition said it could never be gored by…but was.

    Trump’s loss has a very bright silver lining in the admittedly dark cloud of looming far left authoritarianism. Ultimately, the self-aggrandizing Trump could really do little more than make his opponents really angry, but he also made his supporters aware of just how numerous and (more importantly) potent they are. The movement now needs leadership that’s more cognizant of the political world they live in and capable of more coherent strategies that will move it forward…hopefully strategies that can offer more than tweets.

    • Agree: Luus Kanin
    • Thanks: Carolyn Yeager
    • Replies: @Carolyn Yeager
  128. @G J T

    White dissidents/white nationalists just need to be smart and ride this thing out, however long it takes.

    You left out the genocide part.

    • Agree: Robert Dolan
  129. h5mind says:

    The punchline to this saga is the communist Chinese are some of the most racist people on the planet. They have engineered a false American split using race because they are ignorant of morality, having none themselves. Otherwise it would have been Catholics and Protestants at each other’s throats instead of blacks against all non-blacks. The CCP will continue to use our “useful idiots” until the U.S. is a dilapidated crack house of its former strength and glory. Then they will come to claim their ill-gotten territory. Most people probably don’t know thousands of Chinese and Russians have been carpet bagging across Venezuela for the past 15 years. Coming soon to an American city near you.

  130. @Vergissmeinnicht

    The Regime is building a society on resentment. To succeed, it must fail.

    That was another great excerpt from the article.

  131. @Enemy of Earth

    My hope and trust are in the One who made and sustains all things

    Admirable – at least to some people.

    But, at the risk of upsetting you, personally I’m not at all sure he actually cares anymore.

  132. geokat62 says:

    Telegram comment posted by Smash Cultural Marxism via @like:

    ‘The attack on white “power” is an attack on white existence.’ Lawrence Auster

    This is a fundamental point to understand. The goal of the socalled ‘anti-racists’ and the egalitarians is not equality, it is not to foster tolerance and acceptance. It isn’t to create utopia or to deconstruct oppressive power structures. It is about deconstructing our identity as a people and our culture in order bring the West to its knees. The buzzwords of racism, antisemitism, homophobia, transphobia etc etc are all just means to their desired end.

    https://t.me/smashculturalmarxism1/923

  133. @Ugetit

    A panda eats leaves and shitz, I think

    No, no – In fact, of course, the correct grammar there should be:

    “A panda eats leaves, and shitz”.

    Think about it.

    I guess that proves that at least this grammar-nazi garbage is marginally less depressing than the topic of the article.

    • Replies: @Ugetit
    , @Zarathustra
  134. @WorkingClass

    UMmm… Thank you… for that… err… short interview, Sir. And now, a word from our sponsors.

  135. Ron Unz says:

    The MSM has been uniformly portraying the Storming of the Capitol as a deadly attack by Trumpists, and using it to potentially justify a huge civil-liberties crackdown. Yet with the sole exception of the one Capitol police officer, all the victims were Trumpists, one unarmed woman shot by a security guard and the rest who apparently died from strokes or heart-attacks during all the excitement probably because they were elderly or overweight.

    Moreover, I’ve become extremely suspicious of the official MSM account of the killing of that officer. Here’s a couple of comments I made a couple of days ago about the alleged killing:

    Given that zero details of the incident have come out, I’m getting pretty suspicious.

    I wouldn’t be surprised if that cop had died from a heart-attack or something, and his death was then conflated with the video of the thrown fire-extinguisher. I’m pretty sure that I read in the NYT that the fire-extinguisher video had nothing to do with the cop’s death, and I’m skeptical that there were two entirely separate fire-extinguisher incidents.

    As a follow-up, my morning NYT stated that the person who threw the fire-extinguisher in the video has now been charged with “assault.” That means it’s 100% certain that he didn’t kill that cop.

    The cop was the only “regime fatality” in the 1/6 incident, and there seems to be absolutely no effort to track down his alleged attacker even though national law enforcement is scouring the country for dozens or hundreds of other minor participants. Why would they make an all-out effort to catch those individuals who were guilty of trespassing and disorderly-conduct without trying to locate the supposed pro-Trump cop-killer?

    I think the most logical explanation is that there *was* no cop-killer, and the officer died of more-or-less natural causes, e.g. a stroke brought on by all the excitement…

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/adl-doxxing-is-bad-except-when-we-do-it/#comment-4413978

    Just as numerous people have emphasized, the whole situation sounds like a combination of 9/11 and Charlottesville. But if someone can prove that the alleged cop-killing was actually a media hoax, maybe average Americans would become suspicious about other elements of the official story, and deflect some of these plans.

    I think Glenn Greenwald would be glad to blast it out, and he has a large public platform:

    https://greenwald.substack.com/p/the-new-domestic-war-on-terror-is

    • Thanks: JohnnyWalker123
    • Replies: @Biff
    , @Ron Unz
  136. Anon[573] • Disclaimer says:
    @LarryS

    There is no Jewish Temple YET. The Jews don’t need to destroy the mosque, because it doesn’t occupy the historic temple site. The mosque sits on the site of Fortress Antonia, the Roman fortress of occupation that existed before and after the destruction of Jerusalem in 70 AD. The fortress sat ABOVE the temple site which was located in the City of David – south of the fortress and lower in elevation. The typical Roman fortress was 36 acres; the “temple mount” is 35 acres. The temple, according to historians present at its destruction and shortly thereafter was COMPLETELY destroyed – that means the courtyard walls as well as the temple. The “wailing wall” is a part of the fortress, not the ancient temple.

    All the temple implements are fashioned and ready to go – all they need is the building. I’m sure it will arise quickly.

    Time is short and I’m afraid you are not alert. Wake up and seek The Lord while he may be found.

  137. Charles says:

    Mr. Hood believes, apparently, that the foundational USA can be revived or resurrected in a recognizable form. It cannot. Demographics is destiny; TWENTY years ago it was – demographically speaking – too late. The foundational nation was destroyed so Democrat politicians could get votes, and then power, but Repubs mostly whined about “fair play” and other nonsense rather than retaliating. No matter what an individual Dem thinks about the continuing abortion that is US politics, he or she must support The Party to retain power.

    If I was asked what I would “do about” all this, the only thing that makes sense is to prepare for the worst (insofar as that’s possible) and make sacrifices for your children, i.e. the future, the best you can.

  138. What must be trumped is censorship, this is where we start, so start with this at 11:15 mark…
    a briefing by Barbara Boyd

    https://larouchepac.com/20210119/empire-overreaches-attack-president-nation-time-outflank-them

  139. But what did President Trump actually do as President? Not much. In 2016, after the most remarkable, unlikely, and miraculous campaign in American history, President Trump governed like a normal Republican. He did not deport illegals, make English the official language, or tax remittances to Mexico. He did not abolish birth-right citizenship. He was not a “white nationalist.” He did not even eliminate race-based discrimination against whites and Asians.

    Can I ask what you’ve ever accomplished for “Whites” in all your career as a “writer”? Can you point to anything of substantial change or accomplishment? You haven’t done so here but are touting your deep emotion as a substitute.

    Trump, not being an experienced Washington insider, believed he needed the help of the Republican leadership in the House and Senate to get his agenda through. You know Washington is all about compromise and that’s what he got mired in. In spite of that, he accomplished more than anyone who came before him or will come after.

    Any fair-minded person who’s paid attention knows that the things you fault Trump for not doing were blocked by left-wing politicians and courts in this country you now say you love so much (you’ve sure never appeared as a patriot to me before). Trump’s legal team revised its approach again and again to get around the legal blockades these Democrat courts and judges set up. He eventually found a creative way to get the money for the wall. At the same time Trump was putting as many conservative or right-wing judges on federal courts as he could manage to get approved by the Senate — 230 Federal judges in all, incl. 3 conservative Supreme Court Justices, changing the high court’s balance from left to right. Your overall deceit and cherry-picking is stunning, as is your mock grieving for America. The one thing you’re honest about is your preference for Asians. All you White Nationalists love Asian women, that we know. Of course, not you actually, since you prefer men.

    • Replies: @stevennonemaker88
  140. @James Speaks

    Race realists believe in meritocracy.
    If whites do better than blacks on IQ and aptitude tests, so be it.

    There is little merit in a test beyond showing potential. I have known many very high IQ people who are “book smart” but wouldn’t trust them to put air in my tires, because they are lousy with their hands. That people have an aptitude does not automatically translate into a high IQ, or being the best at doing something.
    Meritocracy used to work, because of succession planning and training. People were taken in to employment, and moved along as they learned and understood how the business worked. More than a dozen years ago, I read an article on in house training and R&D trends. The top two countries were Japan and Germany with 22-23 days per year of providing training to employees. The US, Canada, and UK, were between 5-7 days per year. Japan and Germany spent about half as much again as the US on R&D (other than weapons). Apprenticeships leading to journeymen was excluded, but in itself, is a different aspect of that. I’m fine with people demonstrating superior academic or aptitude in a field being given the first opportunity to learn. I’m not fine with assuming that the end product will automatically produce merit beyond what meritocracy is today – brown-nosing. True merit is you have demonstrated you can do it.
    The last 40+ years have seen an endless stream of “bright boys” graduating university with MBAs, getting involved in the management structure as “change agents”, screwing up the business for 5 years then “taking another opportunity” to screw up a different company. Prof. Henry Mintzberg
    calls them the wrong people, at the wrong time, for the wrong reason, because they don’t have a clue how the real world works. But hey, they are high IQ people, so they must have merit.

  141. @geokat62

    After having my eyes opened about the Jewish plan for world domination, I no longer trust Christianity. Christianity is a Jewish Religion with a Jewish God and a Jewish Messiah made for the Goyim. I do not trust anything about or from the Jewish. Christianity is all about Jewish Supremacy and Israel Supremacy. Who in the H*ll would accept that? If you look at Jews and Israel you see what they are. Christianity is for the ignorant who do not know about the Jewish menace. Although I was raised in a Christian household I cannot be part of anything Jewish. No way!

    • Agree: Insouciant
  142. @Cthulu Smith

    Fascism is opposed to usury and the power of the international banking cartel. Whether Italy, Spain, or Portugal, the bankers were squeezed. The US “fascism” is a product of the banks, not an opponent.

    • Agree: Ugetit
  143. @Carroll Price

    Yes, I know perfectly well what it means, thanks.

    And it’s bollocks.

  144. Ugetit says:
    @SolontoCroesus

    I think Mussolini shared that sentiment: he wished to unite Italy.

    For sure. As part of the process, he also wanted to get rid of the vicious Zio-Commietards who threatened anything decent. Fascism is a word that the Zio-Commies have perverted into a smear and is typical of what they do; it can mean anything they want as long as it makes the opposition look bad.

    Mussolini’s brand of fascism is a basically decent one, especially considering the times. The Soviet and American versions are degenerate ones and the American version at least, has always been.

    …Fascism [is] the complete opposite of…Marxian Socialism…

    – Benito Mussolini, What is Fascism, 1932

    https://sourcebooks.fordham.edu/mod/mussolini-fascism.asp

    Mussolini also says, “Fascism combats the whole complex system of democratic ideology, and repudiates it, whether in its theoretical premises or in its practical application.” That is exactly how the proponents of the US constitution (aka “Founding Fathers”) felt, so that’s the basis of what I mean by American fascism. American fascism has always sought to screw the little guy behind the pious pose of protecting him. In marked contrast are the Mussolini and Hitler versions of it.

    Here’s an example of what I’m saying,

    …Gouverneur Morris of Pennsylvania was even blunter…Morris urged the large states to go ahead heedless of the public opinion, which “could not be known” anyways, and the smaller states would have to go along, whether by persuasion or by force. For “this Country must be united. If persuasion does not unite it, the sword will.” Returning to the attack in a second speech, Morris thundered that ..“he had seen no [provision] for supporting the dignity and splendor of the American Empire.” For the states, Morris would just as soon see “all the Charters & Constitutions of the States … thrown into the fire, and all their demagogues into the ocean.”
    -Murray Rothbard, Conceived in Liberty, Vol5, pp171-2
    https://cdn.mises.org/Conceived%20in%20Liberty%20Book%20Five.pdf

    As for cartoon versions of history, that’s all Americans know, and all that they want to know, period.

  145. @Wally

    American Idiocracy at its finest: The democrats hate the vile racist Trump for deporting peaceful, law abiding people of color back to their beautiful countries. The republicans love white savior Trump for deporting filthy hordes back to their sh*t hole 3rd world countries. Neither side realizes that under Trump ICE deported some 935,000 illegals, while under Obama it was 2,750,000! That works out to over 100,000 more people deported per year by the Obama administration than by the Trump Administration. https://www.ice.gov/remove/removal-statistics/2016

    • Agree: AnonFromTN
    • Replies: @Wally
  146. @Spanky

    So, in other words, you support the Regime and urge others to do so,

    More like render unto Caesar that which is Caesar’s.

    • Replies: @Spanky
  147. “But what did President Trump actually do as President? Not much”

    Okay I get it. You hate Donald Trump.

    No TPP
    No Pairs Accord
    Tax cut
    Tells NATO the fucking Truth
    No new wars

    that alone deserved re-election but to say “not much” is a fuck off asshole IMHO.

    AND I don’t really like Trump all that much but i’m not a partisan asshole who plays the hate game.

    Also, the way he played the media was such a breath of fresh air……….now we are going to see the media gush and suck Biden cock……..not much indeed.

    • Agree: Carolyn Yeager
  148. Uncoy says: • Website
    @Anon

    People didn’t mind much Russia turning into the Soviet Union, and they got the Soviet Union. People don’t seem to mind much the USA turning into the Soviet Union (21th century version), and if they keep not minding, they are going to more or less get it again.

    The two relevant examples are exactly that one and South Africa. The USA seems to be going through both the voyage of 1920’s Russia and 1990’s South Africa.

    Who would have guessed that the end of apartheid would have meant a lawless, criminal and ruthless regime encouraging the murder of successful farmers?

    South Africa has experienced a massive emigration of its most capable citizens and inexorable growth of corruption, gradually making it a less and less desirable place to do business or live. If something like this will happen to the USA, the world will be a safer place as it will no longer be able to afford hundreds of military bases around the world and nine carrier fleets. Outright piracy seems to be the order of the day, but it’s appears the rest of the world will put up with American piracy for long.

  149. @SolontoCroesus

    Mussolini wrote a short essay on The Prince, in return for an honorary degree from some Italian university. Or perhaps he delegated that task to some factotum. It’s translated as a Preface to the Folio Society’s fancy edition of The Prince.

    I don’t recall it being earthshaking, but I’m sure it compares favorably to anything composed by Dr. Biden or Mrs. Obama. (If I recall correctly, Obama’s issue of the Harvard Law Review was the least cited issue in the XXth century, although curiosity after 2008 may have bumped it up).

  150. Ugetit says:
    @Dave Bowman

    Damn, yer correct, by Jove! Didn’t even have to think about it. Unless a panda eats shitz!

    Or it could be that a panda eats, leaves, and shitz. 🙂

    • LOL: Liza
    • Replies: @Carolyn Yeager
  151. Uncoy says: • Website
    @Curmudgeon

    Prof. Henry Mintzberg calls them the wrong people, at the wrong time, for the wrong reason, because they don’t have a clue how the real world works. But hey, they are high IQ people, so they must have merit.

    The issue here is not that IQ is a pre-requisite to success in higher mathematics, engineering, law, higher medicine and sophisticated writing. The issue is that these individual were poorly educated – first and foremost in the “greed is good” school of the America. After sipping deeply of this dead-end, destructive ethical framework, these individuals were then carefully trained on how to extract value from an economy/a company rather than add value.

    High IQ is still desperately needed for progress and to maintain civilisation. But put to ill-use, high IQ individuals can wreak commensurately wreak greater havoc.

    Analogies could be made to guns, armies, cars. All of them can be put to exceptionally ill-use. Few would argue that a modern nation can live without automobiles or some kind of armed defence force.

  152. Arnieus says:
    @gay troll

    “Hate cannot conquer hate. Only love conquers hate. This is an eternal law.”

    This is eternal horse shit. In the eternal match record love vs hate, hate is winning by a mile. “Might makes right” “he who has the gold makes the rules” “he who counts the votes wins elections”. Now there is some eternal truths.

    • Agree: RoatanBill
    • LOL: TTSSYF
    • Replies: @Thomas Pickering
  153. @Sam J.

    First of all it is not in China’s interest to have another split up US put back together. Second it might be the Russia might support the white people in the US. They already seem to be willing to put banned people and deplatformed companies on their servers.

    • Replies: @Sir Launcelot Canning
  154. @Curmudgeon

    A screwdriver is good at driving screws. It is not very good at driving nails, or cutting down trees. the same principle applies to an IQ test. It is useful for sorting people quickly without having to invest time and money. For example, someone who scores below 75 is probably not going to be good at determining how to calculate angles for rafters, interpreting invoices or figuring out how percentage discounts are calculated. Likewise, someone with an iq of 125 would be likely to do well in such tasks. This can assist an organization in determining who is worth investing time and energy in training and who is best sorted to different tasks. While you are certainly correct that an IQ test is not a magic bullet, it is still quite useful.

    • Replies: @europeasant
  155. @Anon

    Man you embarrass the $hit out of educated Protestants. That is why we continue to distance ourselves from you. Do you want us on your side or are we your enemy as well?

  156. @Marckus

    (sigh)

    Jews are NOT WHITE. See “The Thirteenth Tribe” – Arthur Koestler.

    • Replies: @Marckus
  157. @Anon

    I thought about moving to Europe. I have dual-citizenship but ultimately decided against it. Europe is worse off. Much worse. The same thing is happening there that is happening here only it has a much smaller landmass and draconian Covid lockdowns. The population is unarmed. At least here, you can still move to the countryside and try to be as self-sufficient as possible. In Europe, buying a home in the country is a lot more expensive unless it is over 300 years old and then of course, there are the taxes.

    The wokeness of Europeans is at least a third more disturbing.

    I’m up for laying low and riding it out in the countryside of the West, where I currently live.

    • Replies: @TTSSYF
  158. @Anonymous

    I would also add to stop explaining yourself and trying to reason with those not in your tribe. When you and another from your tribe talking, and someone from outside your tribe walks up to you two, just stop talking. If the media tries to interview you, just say, “No comment.”. If any a college class you are asked for your opinion then respond with “I don’t know.” Now is the time to never miss an opportunity to keep your mouth shut and your eyes and mind open.

  159. No one died it was all theater. Ashli Babbit if that was ever her real name did not get shot. Watch the video. The cop clearly points his gun down the hall at the last minute, firing a blank.
    As she ‘falls’ back there is no blood until she is down. The color of the blood is wrong and if she was shot through the neck as the media claims, you would have seen geysers of blood everywhere, so where is it?
    Stop believing nonsense, start boycotting the corporations, the banks, stop enlisting in a corrupt military. You are being robbed and every politician is in on it. Trump was an actor, so is Biden, Obama, Bush etc., always selected to see that the treasury is constantly looted so you never get ahead.

    • Agree: Johnny Walker Read
  160. @Vergissmeinnicht

    Just wondering, what is your first language?

  161. @SolontoCroesus

    Italy’s history is still mostly obscure

    No it isn’t. Unless one tries to learn about it by mainstream/elite-sanctioned sources, university classes, and texts. It’s the same as with the history of the USA, no more no less.

  162. @davidgmillsatty

    I wonder why someone from the Euro American diaspora doesn’t speak with a Russian ambassador or consulate about Putin welcoming White Christian refugees from America to homestead in Russia. Give us Russian language class and 20 acres and Russia will have a trickle of stable, honest, productive people that could be an assest to their country. People that will contribute and not be a drain. And then when these people who are being marginalized by USA aren’t around anymore, let’s see how well the country will run without us.

    • Replies: @SolontoCroesus
    , @Spanky
  163. Inauguration Day 2021 wasn’t the end. It was a beginning. History has begun again, and I can’t wait for what is to come.

    Pathological denial.

    What is to come is going to flatten you, me, and pretty much every other white man who dares stick his head up – exactly as they’ve been doing for decades, in fact.

    Enough of this taking a thing and spinning it into the opposite. It is actually cowardly to reinterpret phenomena so they seem less threatening or insurmountable; an inversion of values. And it’s just transparent bullshit.

    I don’t know exactly what will happen stage after stage, but for right now, at this stage and in the foreseeable future, we are completely fucked.

  164. @Carolyn Yeager

    Maybe you do not realize that ICE deported some 2,750,000 people under Obama and less than a million under Trump. Maybe you do not realize that Trump was bailed out by Wilbur Ross who is a Rothschild bankster and has been beholden to such people for his entire career. Sure the rhetoric and the window dressing varies, but the people who are actually in power remain the same from one administration to the next. The so called left and right in america are both utterly rotten to the core. More importantly, they are theater orchestrated by the people who actually rule the US and most of the world. Assorted international financiers, also know as banksters, many of them (((small hats))), are the ones who are pulling the strings. The president is essentially a puppet, who does the bidding of the aforementioned group. Trump did quite well in stirring up the ire of the unhinged libtards while throwing a bone to the so called conservatives, but he is a false alternative to the uniparty system. He is owned by the same Juden banksters as Biden, Obama, and Bush. It is pathetic how you resort to personal attacks on the author since you have naught but strawman arguments. The last president who actually was a threat to the powers that be was JFK, and he was JFK-ed. You should realize that their will be no positive change from within the system.

  165. Anonymous[395] • Disclaimer says:
    @James Speaks

    A true race realist knows that multiculturalism does not work. The hiring of the asian and the becoming bff’s with the negro are suicide.

    This is just more cowardly Steve Sailerish civ-nat BS.

    The great men who started this country and TPTB for many, many years after new the score. Drop the civ-nat. fairy-tales and face reality. If some international banker who hates you calls you names, so be it..

  166. @Curmudgeon

    You:

    True merit is you have demonstrated you can do it.

    I agree. Some random online dictionary:

    meritocracy mĕr″ĭ-tŏk′rə-sē►
    n. A system in which advancement is based on individual ability or achievement.

    Recommended: An IQ test (or ACT/SAT/GRE) as one prerequisite for entrance into higher education, as opposed to the current trend that we have now. Plus hiring based on academic performance and other indicators of proficiency, as opposed to hiring b/c wokesters say so.

  167. @Montefrío

    I was referring to the practice of educating and hiring b/c the prospect has demonstrated intelligence and an ability to do a good job. Compare and contrast with deciding what you want your children to look like. The two types of decisions are very different.

  168. anon[157] • Disclaimer says:
    @Publius 2

    This piece is bursting at the seems with truth.

    So it seems. But is that really true?

  169. Anon[223] • Disclaimer says:

    This is all well and good but the real problem that you nationalists face is simple:

    You are not in control of any successful US state other than perhaps Texas, which is set to go Blue within a decade or so.

    The problem is that while almost all of America’s power centers are controlled by Whites, the ones in control are liberal ones. In the Bay Area, where white programmers control the world’s internet. Yet, almost all of those whites support Joe Biden, and support the exact polices you are decrying.

    Nationalists need to make the argument that their policies work. At least Liberals can point to California and New York as a method of their success, what can conservatives point to?

    For instance, NYC may be a very liberal city, but it has implemented Broken Windows policing, the one policy that can make racial diversity into a stable city. Has any Republican run area of America implemented that sort of policy? Can they point to any large locality they control that is rich and stable?

    Texas prides itself on supporting cops and law and order, yet it has a higher murder rate than California. Why would any elite side themselves with the people who run Texas when they can side with the people who run CA?

    • Replies: @Rich
    , @GeneralRipper
  170. @Miro23

    You’re applying the concept of discrimination (itself not a bad thing when used for valid reasons) to who gets to be in which country.

    I’m applying it to the notion of weeding out the inferior performers for professions such as doctor, engineer, scientist, and not precluding capable people from all other jobs, too.

    • Replies: @Miro23
  171. @Sam J.

    … secession … this is the exact same line the Jews are pushing very heavily.

    Evidence, please.

    They would be very stupid Jews. If they’ve achieved control over a single federation and it breaks up, new separate central banks, new constitutions where one or two might potentially de-emancipate the Jews as resident foreigners, all Jewish lobby associations centred across the border so new ones needing to start up in several countries, new freedoms to point out Jewish involvement in the break-up … the Jews are pushing very heavily for that?

    • Replies: @Dave Bowman
  172. From brabantian comment 28:

    The establishment’s hate for what Trump legitimised saying – that media news is often fake, it’s ok to fight globalism, it’s ok to defend your own culture, we should disentangle from wars – is Trump’s enduring badge of honour, despite Trump’s flaws and how he disappointed

    There was another aspect to Trump that provides possible inspiration for emerging political aspirants: he could at any time go ‘alarmingly’ and sometimes effectively ‘off script’, and furthermore, sometimes wield his ‘outrageous remarks’ repeatedly.

    Going ‘rogue’ is the great heresy within the context of a western (at least) political establishment that considers remaining ‘on message’, – sticking to the script, no matter how dishonest or absurd the message – to be the basic principle of successful party power politics.

    And there was the moon’s problem in sunlight: The political establishment near and far, used to being celebrated in noxious ceremony, trained actors just about all, but trained to avoid spontaneity like the plague, were suddenly cast into the dismal light of seeming boring and predictable by comparison.

    Trump’s forays into rogue utterance sometimes included unmentionable truths that become memes. Trump’s swamp is now far more identifiable, and sometimes more accurately now referred to as a cesspool. The fake news universe has been hauled out of their previously self-satisfied abode in the mass media heavens and had their addiction to dishonesty more fully exposed. In desperation the fallen angels have cobbled together an army of fake fact checkers, to identify truth tellers as the real fake news, but their audience nevertheless yawns and dwindles.

    From J1234 at comment 129:

    [Trump has] also made his supporters aware of just how numerous and (more importantly) potent they are. The movement now needs leadership that’s more cognizant of the political world they live in and capable of more coherent strategies that will move it forward…hopefully strategies that can offer more than tweets.

    The COVID monstrosity has also given countless millions of people opportunity to re-evaluate a lot in their lives and learn a lot, and so a politically more cognizant deplorable/independent political confluence may result.

    • Agree: Spanky
    • Replies: @Dave Bowman
  173. @AReply

    Biden is a smooth talker But he is a jam. He wants to renew the agreement with Iran. But Natanyahu openly indicated that he does want Biden to do that. If Biden will go against Natanyahu he will not last too long.
    What do you think about that?

  174. @follyofwar

    “Last I read, Biden wanted to re-enter the JCPOA negotiated by the Obama Admin. If this occurs, would that not make war against Iran less likely?”

    Blinken, Bidet’s new Secretary of State, has made it clear that Iran needs to give up its missile program if it wants the JCPOA back up and running, and any hope of sanctions relief. Iran has made it 100% clear: the missile program is OFF the table, period. So this is all nauseating zionist Kabuki to make it seem like Iran is the bad guy and won’t ‘come to the table’, when these zionists KNOW that making the Iranian missile program a target for elimination is a non-starter from day one.

    Blinken is an unrepentant, unapologetic openly zionist jew who strongly supported the Iraq war, the destruction of Libya, and the attempted destruction of Syria (which I believe he will revive.) He’s Israel’s Trojan Horse, more dangerous than the bloated Pompous Asseus, as the ziomedia will portray him as everything he is not, so he can do the dirty work he is there to get done. Very disheartening, to say the least.

    We all know about Victoria Nuland (Nudleman), that she is another war-mongering zionist jewess, married to an uber-zionist co-founder of PNAC, Robert Kagan. And she’s third in command at the State Department.

    Joe Bidet wasn’t kidding when he said, “I am a zionist!”………….

    And by the way, I am part jewish, through my mom, and was raised in an “anything for Israel” family. Good people of all stripes and persuasions should be horrified by the cavalcade of zionist war mongers Bidet has installed in critical positions of his cabinet, apparently to get done what Trump did not, and for which Trump deserves credit: NOT attacking Iran; NOT starting a war in the Donbass region of Ukraine; and NOT escalating the attack on Syria to the point where Syria collapses and Al-Nusra and ISIS terrorists take over (which is what Israel has openly said they would prefer to Assad!) And I am NOT a ‘Trumper’, think he was a disgusting zionist boot-licker, and that he didn’t do diddly squat of what he promised to do for the average American, but sure kissed Wall Street’s bottom. The problem is, Bidet may be worse, if his past is any indication.

    Regardless, the next four years are gonna be ugly, really ugly, foreign policy-wise, I’m afraid…..

    • Agree: Robjil
    • Replies: @Pardina
  175. @Dave Bowman

    No!
    Correct gramar should be:
    Panda eats leaves and shitz, or not?

    • Replies: @Dave Bowman
  176. @Sir Launcelot Canning

    In the 18th century Catherine the Great invited Germans to settle along the Volga River. They created prosperous farms and towns, retaining their German culture and religions but living “in peace with all their neighbors.” German settlers included Moravians, Mennonites, Lutherans, Catholic etc.

    So there’s a precedent for German settlement in Russia, Andrei Martyanov’s ** fulminations about Germans notwithstanding.

    According to this website https://www.volgagermans.org/history/who-are-volga-germans
    Volga Germans began leaving those lands in Russia by the mid-19th century to settle in South America and the NorthAmerican midwest & prairie states. The remainder were effectively expelled by Stalin in run-up to WWII.

    I speculate that the “whites” that are the rotten apple of rotten ADL’s eye — and it’s ADL / Jews who are driving anti-white pogroms — are German-Americans, the largest and likely most productive ethnic group in USA.

    ** Speaking of Martyanov; he posted a review of Biden US foreign policy as reported in Foreign Affairs, with special attention to “Samantha Power’s middle school level essay.”

  177. @Temporary Insanity

    If you want to see what America’s future is take a tour of Detroit.

    • Agree: GomezAdddams
    • Replies: @Temporary Insanity
  178. @J1234

    [Trump] made his supporters aware of just how numerous and (more importantly) potent they are.

    Great sentence! Great insight! It makes it worth it that I kept scrolling down this mostly uninspired comment thread. Maybe I’ll check out your individual comment page, J1234, to see what other jewels I may have missed.

    This particular accomplishment you point out by Trump was never achieved by any White Nationalist. No wonder they go after him with such nastiness–they’re jealous of his success!

    • Agree: Zarathustra
  179. Bookish1 says:
    @Anon

    You are wrong. If the Jewish temple was not to be built where a mosque is then it would have been built a long time ago. The reason they can’t build the temple is because they have to destroy the muslim mosque but if they destroy it the result would be a big war. The time ain’t right yet.

    • Replies: @TRM
  180. Rich says:
    @Dr. Robert Morgan

    I don’t know, doc, all I’m looking at is the historical record. Check the numbers, how much miscegenation took place when the US was a fiercely Christian nation? The number was minuscule, and even where legal was frowned upon and extremely rare. That’s just a fact.

    Any Church that accepts homosexuality is not a Christian Church. There go many of your “mainstream Churches”. Female ministers are also directly forbidden by the New Testament, that takes care of most of the rest of your “mainstream Churches”. Now take a survey of the Churches that follow the religion as it was practiced up until 30 or so years ago, bet you find very little miscegenation in those.

  181. Spanky says:
    @Curmudgeon

    The honest sweat of my brow does not belong to Caesar…

    What I produce and build for myself is mine and neither you nor Caesar is entitled to it because an unjust law passed by a corrupt Congress, in all its bought and paid for glory, says so. I’m not in the political bribing class so there is no one in D.C. representing my interests, nor has there been for many a generation.

    If I’m not mistaken, there was a little dustup over this very issue, taxation without representation, some moons ago. Apparently, despite all the high flautin’ words written about this subject and the great adulation and worship lavished upon these high flautin’ words, it appears we are in pretty much exactly the same situation now as then — subject to tyrannical governance determined to squeeze every drop of sweat from our brow to benefit the political bribing class.

    And if I don’t agree, conform and even vote to dispossess myself, I’m now classified as a racist, white supremacist, Nazi — a domestic terrorist? Words have meanings, sometimes deadly ones.

    Evil, as they say, is banal — the armed men forcing themselves into a home to enforce the law because someone was summarily declared a domestic terrorist are just doing their job — it’s nothing personal mind you. Unless, of course, it’s your door they’re kicking down.

    Or perhaps a good paying job is suddenly lost when an employer terminates for cause — being accused of and doxxed as a dreaded and evil white supremacist by the biggest hypocrites ever seen on public soapboxes. Nothing personal, it’s just business. Nothing personal my ass.

    I’m not smart enough to tell someone else what they ought do but, to put it simply, I don’t plan to cooperate with my executioners on the way to the gallows for crimes I didn’t commit.

    The time for cooperation and compromise is over. Just listen to the media jackals and political hyenas howling for blood — your blood. Think rendering unto Caesar will save you from that? Until you’re squeezed dry, perhaps?

    • Replies: @Ugetit
  182. God save the white North Americans (yes, Canadians and Quebecers too), help them in this arduous valiant struggle to create their nation anew, raise their children, and save their souls. Saint Michael the Archangel, protect them with your divinely-powered sword. Blessed Mother intercede to your Son for them. Holy Spirit, keep them wise and away from the degeneracy that’s been haunting them for a while.

    As someone who fled your backyard (and will return to try to clean and save it), I can only see where you are headed. So I do wish you do not repeat the mistakes made south of the border and keep yourselves separated. Notice that even if always multiracial, we were segregationists too, just with more groups to fence around. Our fatal integrationist mistakes were only made after we adopted those same stupid secular liberal democratic egalitarian globalist ideas, so we can see where we both went wrong. So do hope that with the Epiphany* Uprising as a starting point, you can finally shed that same wrecked baggage of a system, and create your nation anew. Maybe down south the ever fewer LatAm light-skins and LatAm Christians/Gentiles can follow suit, when we realize we’re much more on the verge of disappearing than white North Americans.

    The struggle will be at times quiet in the shadows and at times messy and bloody. But the blood of martyrs for nation and for God only nurture and glorify their respective might. Provided of course, one can be meek like doves and smart as snakes as needed, to survive as a people and thus save more souls. Including yours and ours, lest we be surrounded by heathens and shot in the neck unexpectedly, without making peace with Our Lord and loved ones.

    Remember Ashli Babbit
    Remember Cannon Hinnant
    Embrace this cleansing procreative struggle, white North Americans and their Christian/Gentile allies.
    Godspeed, to victory.
    Dios les guarde y lleve a la victoria.


    *(the Lord’s first appearance to us Gentiles – must mean something.)

  183. @h5mind

    The CCP has nothing to do with this. Actually the people telling you to worry about the Chinese (and unlike most on this site I don’t mean Jews but the still wasp dominated establishment) are the ones who sold all industry to the CCP. To make themselves richer and you poorer. Now they want you to worry about the South China Sea. Grow up. Fighting the Chinese will impoverish the US like the Cold War finished the Soviets.

    • Agree: GomezAdddams
  184. cortesar says:

    An intelligent man has always known that he is surrounded by multitudes of morons and cowards, he may have underestimated the magnitude of it, he may have felt more by instinct than rational thinking that an event or multiple ones would bring the lunacy to the the border of unbearable
    So that is what happened in last 5 years which brought roughly 3 following lunatics groups in the spotlight, illuminating the stupidity and ugliness that the history has not seen before
    1- Leftoids were always a lunatic fringe but what they brought in in last 5 years surpasses the imagination of the greatest pessimist that has ever lived
    2- Covidians appeared in 2020, bringing fear to the lunacy and ugly. How many times you saw them driving with mask or passing by on a parking lot with with a big cart full of toilet paper
    3-Q Retards These are greatest lunatics of all which is an astonishing achievement considering first 2 groups

    That is the real question of the moment; how a sane mind can avoid these morons, how can he detached his life completely from these creatures who no ancestor of ours would ever considered anything else but sub-humans

    President Tweeto, a coward and a conman of the highest caliber, has met the end he fully deserved yet we are the ones to live for years and decades with this sewage overflowing every space we try to escape in
    Should someone find a place completely lacking of these groups, let me know, my gratitude will be boundless and eternal

  185. Jane77 says:
    @Spanky

    The mid-term election in 2022 will be Dominion voting machines selected again.
    We are now a one party Regime.
    Our vote dies not count. We will be allowed but the outcome is now controlled.

    • Agree: TRM
    • Replies: @Spanky
  186. Spanky says:
    @Sir Launcelot Canning

    Two points…

    First, freed blacks were promised 40 acres and a mule after the War of Northern Aggression and this is the age of mechanization… make that 760 acres and language classes.

    Second, having lived in a few off the beaten path places, I’ve noticed that many migrating Americans like the idea of someplace else more than the reality of someplace else. Seems that they are always trying to make it more like where they came from than adapting to their new reality. That 5th column may be one that neither Putin nor Russian citizens want or need.

    • Replies: @psbindy
  187. Biff says:
    @Ron Unz

    But if someone can prove that the alleged cop-killing was actually a media hoax,

    An autopsy report would be a very interesting factoid that would help make a case or not.

    • Agree: Ron Unz
  188. Hats off! A work of genius . . . befitting the moment. The USA is over! What will replace it remains to be seen. . . but only a fool would think that the next chapter of American history will not contain a lot of violence. For God’s sake, people, get armed while you still can!

  189. sally says:
    @Franz

    when the Bolshevik took over white Russia 32 million white Russians died.. no one knows exactly how many died because some of the deaths were to White to measure.

    American has just experienced a similar change in power.. a media and a compliant congress took down the one person who resided between the Democratic crowd and the Republican Crowd.

    But the fault does not reside in the politicians, instead it is in the system upon which the governed depend.
    Each for his or her own greedy reason, has positioned themselves on one side or the other.. Problem is neither side has anything to offer persons from either side.

    The system is flawed. Its built on a constitution that separates and protects the Oligarchs from the deplorable and serves as the API between Oligarch demands and system implementation of those demands.

    • Agree: Franz
    • Replies: @Robert Dolan
  190. @Wyatt

    If you publish for thousands to read, you might consider to check your spell checker.
    Experience teaches us to distrust the careless.

    • Agree: TTSSYF
  191. Richard B says:
    @James O'Meara

    Just what we need: a metaphysical debate. Very practical.

    Since a metaphysic is essentially an explanation, and since explanations function by organizing our transactions with the world, considering the matter would be extremely practical. Especially given the fact that all previous explanations have obviously failed.

    As Roger Kimball said about Richard Weaver: “If we need to go back to Ockham to solve our problems, then we are doomed.”

    I would respond to Roger by saying that if we continue talking without understanding our explanatory behavior we won’t be able to even properly identify our problems, let alone solve them. And then we’ll definitely be doomed.

    I have no idea what the alternative to
    ”Perfect adaptation of the individual and group to the world they live in should properly be the basis of all intellectual and moral decisions.”
    would or could be…….what are you proposing?

    The alternative would be to accept the fact that perfect adaptation for human beings is impossible.

    The reason is because our primary instrument for adaptation is our explanations. And even the best explanation would still be just an explanation, ie; inadequately and incompletely instrumental. However, that’s not to say that some explanations aren’t better than others. An explanation is useful if it’s open-ended and unresolved from both directions, the theoretical and the behavioral.

    Of course, we’d have to put those explanations to use in our social institutions. If they don’t work the way we want them to then we simply expose them to a process of continuous feedback and correction (this would justify in an unsentimental and very practical way the value of freedom of speech and assembly, not to mention the devastating consequences that will follow their disappearance).

    In any event, we’ve long accepted this in science. And, since our ideas are symbolized before they’re conceptualized, we’ve also long since accepted this in our art. Business has accepted it, but only in relation to its unitary function – profit.

    The only two important areas of human activity that have not accepted this is in politics and religion, or, our governmental and value institutions (and, since business is joining them, our economic institutions as well). Both of which, sadly, seemed to have merged and are currently engaged in fast swallowing up the arts & sciences. And now we’re back to why a serious consideration of our explanatory behavior would be very practical indeed.

    So, in answer to your question James, my modest proposal would be that we begin to seriously consider the matter and use this excellent forum and that of others that no doubt you’re well aware of, to do it.

  192. Rich: “Check the numbers, how much miscegenation took place when the US was a fiercely Christian nation?”

    Quite a bit, obviously. The average N. American negro is ~20% white by genetics, and most of that mixture took place during pre-Civil War America. That too, as you say, is just a fact.

    Rich: “Now take a survey of the Churches that follow the religion as it was practiced up until 30 or so years ago, bet you find very little miscegenation in those. ”

    It takes generations for a race to commit suicide, but the trend has been obvious for a very long time, and it all occurred under the watch of and often with the enthusiastic encouragement of Christians. They have been indispensable in the white demise.

    Let’s also note for the record that you haven’t produced one iota of evidence that Christianity had anything to do with slowing this process down. You’ve just noted what is at best a correlation. But then, that’s Christians for you. Always eager to take undeserved credit for what they think is good, and never accepting any blame for what is clearly their fault.

    As for your argument that there are very few “real” Christians left, I think it’s laughable. Christians have been arguing about who is or isn’t a “real” Christian for two thousand years. To an outsider such as myself, you all look like a bunch of lunatics squabbling over imaginary beings, and what is or isn’t the “proper” interpretation of your book of lies.

    “All the ‘little Jesus’ religions, Catholic, Protestant, or Jewish…, all one! they can nail him to the cross or bake him up in wafers, same difference…same imposture! fairy tales…There’s only one religion…all branches of the same ‘little Jesus’ chains…they hassle, they rip each other’s guts out?…blarney…for the crowd! their only real job…is to besot and destroy the white race. Colored blood, all colored blood is ‘dominant,’ yellow, red, or indigo…white blood is dominated…always! black, red, never again white…Presto change-o! with all the blessings of the Church….The white man with his mongrelizing religion!…The white man is dead!”
    –Celine, Rigadoon, 1969

    • Replies: @Rich
  193. @diconezhardly

    Take up a collection–that’s religious ceremony. USA collection is 30 Trillion and Canada 1 Trillion. Sorry- God appeared to Moses for handing out 2 commandments–but Moses was a Jew and when Moses returned his followers were already worshipping a Golden Calf. Moses broke the tablets and went back up the Mount for more—-

    • Replies: @Tekton
  194. Spanky says:
    @Jane77

    When did your vote ever count, except to ratify the parties’ wealth primaries with your consent?

    Your hopelessness misses the point…

  195. cortesar says:
    @James O'Meara

    The way forward is to complete the system of German Idealism?

    But Shelling could not do it Hegel could not do my could not do it
    lol

  196. @Sean

    Take a good long look at Detroit Baltimore Altanta St Louis South Chicago and now again Portland Seattle –that is the future of the USA — enlightened society indeed. God has given up===

  197. @WorkingClass

    I Love “Stop the Hate – Separate -Secede”. We need a new beginning. The current nightmare needs to end with several new independent republics taking it’s place. Time to stop fighting with each other and start building a new world for our children instead of fighting to keep this mess going.

  198. @Publius 2

    They are going to make my kid wear a mask to go to kindergarten next year.

    No, you are. You’re sending her.

    If your child were kidnapped, you’d pay any ransom to free her. She has been kidnapped by the school system. What will you pay to free her?

    • Agree: Enemy of Earth
    • Troll: Publius 2
    • Replies: @Publius 2
  199. ivan says:
    @Icy Blast

    They are a laughable lot, but is Trump one of them? I don’t think so. Yet this buffoon has turned out to be a pied piper. He could not pardon Snowden, but could turn the trick for others. Snowden’s case is in fact a milder one than Elsberg’s. Elsberg in fact undermined the US war effort in Vietnam. Snowden’s crime was that he exposed the pervasive snooping of the NSA on US citizens. Yet Elsberg is hailed as some sort of hero for the cause of free speech, whereas Snowden is a traitor? I guess it pays to be a Jew , protected by the Lugenpres.

    • Replies: @Pardina
  200. @stevennonemaker88

    Maybe you don’t realize, little stevie88, that I’m not someone that doesn’t know what’s going on and can be impressed by your tiresome Rothschild bankster talk. Wilbur Ross, eh? Maybe you should produce some actual EVIDENCE for what you claim beyond that it came out of your mouth. Maybe you should offer some proof that Trump “is essentially a puppet doing the bidding of the banksters” and explain why they should then want to remove him from office if he’s doing such a good job. Maybe you don’t realize that it’s easy to see through you.

    Go bother someone else.

    • Replies: @geokat62
  201. TRM says:
    @Sam J.

    Disagree. A delay does not work in the secessionists favour. It works in favour of defeating it.

    Face it. It your spouse was cheating on you, in front of you AND told you go them some drinks would you stay in that relationship or leave immediately?

    Texas are the sane ones. They have common sense and have said “ENOUGH”.

  202. @Arnieus

    I agree completely with what you said. Love cannot conquer Hate. You can love until you are Blue in the face and the Haters won’t care at all. They see your love as weakness to be ignored. If you want to fight the System you cannot use Love to do it. Love is Pacifist and the Snake does not care at all about Pacifism. If you want to defeat the Snake you have to go to war against it. After you have defeated the Snake, then love can rule again. To give an example, imagine if after Nazi Germany invaded France that the French had said, let’s love our enemies. How do you think that would have worked out for them? When you see an evil that is threatening your entire way of life (as we are seeing today) then you do not love it. You go to war against it. This is not a time to be a Pacifist. This is a time to be a Warrior. The world needs Warriors to defeat the evil Snake in every Nation.

    https://strangerinajewishworld.blogspot.com/2020/12/the-obvious-i-am-here-to-state.html

    • Replies: @Ugetit
  203. Miro23 says:
    @James Speaks

    If you (for example) define Great Britain as the national home of ethnic British people (English, Scots and Welsh) then you’re getting into line with countries like China and Japan.

    Over there, foreigners don’t get any kind of priority because nobody tries to pretend that they’re Chinese or Japanese.

    What’s happening in the West is straight out of Saul Alinsky’s book “Rules for Radicals”:

    ” The organizer dedicated to changing the life of a particular community must first rub raw the resentments of the people of the community; fan the latent hostilities of many of the people to the point of overt expression. He must search out controversy and issues…”

    Saul D. Alinsky, “Rules for Radicals: A Pragmatic Primer for Realistic Radicals” Random House Inc. 1971

  204. TRM says:
    @Bookish1

    The actual temple was 600 square feet and 600 feet south of Fort Antonia.

    The mosque is at the other end where the old Roman fort was. Parts of fort wall still stands and the present wailing wall is actually the Roman not the temple.

    I have a great drawing by Ernest L. Martin from 1998 based on the eyewitness accounts of Josephus.

    http://www.askelm.com/temple/t980504.htm

    It is being played that way by the Zionists to get the Islamic structures destroyed and bring about Armageddon.

    • Agree: Minnesota Mary
  205. @gay troll

    “Hate cannot conquer hate. Only love conquers hate. This is an eternal law.” -Dhammapada

    Thank you so much I didn’t even hear about Dhammapada les know that it’s one of the canonical texts of Buddhism, and the quote is profound hate leads to endless warfare.

    Compare this quote with Islam’s founder’s “Kill them where ever you find them”.

    • Agree: gay troll
  206. anonymous[296] • Disclaimer says:

    There is only one major institution in America where the manpower of white Christian America is indispensable: the military. The US could triple military pay and would not be able to create a large military of the same quality without white Christians. The maximum leverage white Christians have, short of civil disobedience (which few people have the guts for), is to stop joining the military as officers. If the military is severely short of officers it will downsize and not have the muscle to protect Israel. Defending Israel is the USG’s top priority. The USG will have to relent on persecution of white Christians to try to get capable men to join as officers. The decline in quality of officers has already been going on for 40 years according to IQ data. If officer IQ keeps on declining, then at some point the military will reduce the number of vacancies rather than take an officer with an IQ of 110. White Christians should also stop enlisting but it’s not as difficult to sign up a sufficient number of qualified soldiers. Half of enlisted accessions last year were minority.

    But how to make this happen? How to raise awareness about boycotting the military among the churches?

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
    , @Alden
  207. Trump cultists,

    Look at the goddamn pardons full of Jewish Grifters, it stinks like a cattle car enroute Auschwitz, a token sprinkling of black thugs and not a single pardon for you folks who stormed the hill, imagine that with a stroke of pen he could have spared some of those larpers who broke in but no he didn’t, he spared Bannon who OMG was ripping you guys of with a scam of building a private wall to keep Mexicans out, think of that Bannon who was ripping you off got spared not you folks who paid such a heavy price ask that Babbit woman oh sorry she’s dead came all the way from California to return back in a box. But that’s nothing compared to the most ‘tremendous’ pardon ever in the history of pardons.

    OK drum rolls Aviem Sella, as you guys say put it into the pipe and smoke it…

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aviem_Sella

    Well this guy is a FOREIGNER, LET THAT SINK INTO YOUR HEADS, he was the handler of Jonathan Pollard that spy for a foreign power who was pardoned, Jewish power is so total in US that they weren’t satisfied with the pardon of a traitor, they got his handler a non US citizen pardoned as well, the handler of an American Traitor a non US citizen got pardoned.

    No pardons for Baked Alaska and the dozens of people who face acute legal problems like that Shaman etc.

    But pardons for the Israeli handler of that traitor Pollard

    No pardons for Assange who did help trump.

    Trump was the best whore Israel ever had ‘no holes barred full bareback service’ even in the last dying days of his maladministration they went manic securing peace deals for Israel alas to what avail the American Jews curb stomped him.

    Please give him more money for his future scams which involves you people he’s just going to monetize your anger. Utter scum.

  208. @Just another serf

    “Where do you fit here if you are not a Trump supporter, but despise Biden and all he and his players represent? ”

    Check out National Justice Party and therightstuff.biz ; the movement is well underway.

  209. Franz says:
    @Liza

    Actually you’re right. It’s bad on my part.

    Jared Carter’s collection of poetry, entitled Work, For the Night is Coming, was the book and poem I had in mind.

    Relying on memory (always dangerous when poetry comes up) I did not recall if there was a comma and assumed there wasn’t. Because of the bad American habit of dropping punctuation in titles. For instance a famous Deborah Kerr movie is called Quo Vadis in the States, but Quo Vadis? in the UK.

    Americans dropped it because “it’s a title, not a question” to which the Brits answered, “it’s a title AND a question, you hillbillies.”

    Still, my error. But then I do work night shift and maybe that played a part.

    • Thanks: Liza
  210. Adûnâi says: • Website
    @Dr. Robert Morgan

    > “The IQ fetishists who don’t mind a negro fucking their sisters so long as it’s a high-IQ negro are essentially the same, and just as destructive to race, as the Christians who don’t mind a negro fucking their sisters so long as he’s a Christian.”

    These race-realists seem to be the worshippers of the idea of efficient civilisation. A bit like the animal-loving Chechar, they measure White people not by their Whiteness and evolutionary success, but their adherence to a certain dogma. Whereas a true racist would further the agenda of his race even if it were “inferior” by some idealist metric.

  211. Rich says:
    @Anon

    The mayor who initiated the “broken windows” policy in NYC was a Republican, Rudy Giuliani. Recently, a leftist mayor, Diblasio has ended the policy and the city has gotten much worse.

    • Agree: AnonFromTN
  212. Rich says:
    @Dr. Robert Morgan

    The rape of slaves wouldn’t actually be a Christian act, would it? Can someone who has sex outside of marriage be considered a Christian? A fallen Christian, maybe? If I tell everyone I’m a Stoic, but then cry and whine when I get a paper cut, am I really a Stoic? If I claim to be a Muslim but eat pork and worship idols while listening to death metal, am I a Muslim? If I act against the very teachings of the New Testament, how can you call me a Christian? Someone who has sex with his slave, or with a negro prostitute, can hardly be called a Christian. Where Christianity has been practiced faithfully, miscegenation has been rare. How many interracial couples were walking around in the 50s? When did segregation end? When the people abandoned their Faith.

  213. @Minnesota Mary

    I have seen 35 states out of the fifty and I have not been to Michigan, let alone Detroit, but I think I will skip it… I take your word for it!

  214. geokat62 says:
    @Carolyn Yeager

    I’m not someone that doesn’t know what’s going on and can be impressed by your tiresome Rothschild bankster talk. Wilbur Ross, eh? Maybe you should produce some actual EVIDENCE for what you claim beyond that it came out of your mouth.

    Excerpt from, Meet Wilbur Ross, who once bailed out Trump in Atlantic City and is now his pick for Commerce secretary:

    Ross, however, once spared Trump.
    The future president-elect at one time owned a quarter of Atlantic City’s casino market. But Trump was heavily in debt, and he started missing bond payments on his — and Atlantic City’s — largest casino, the Taj Mahal, in 1990.

    Ross, then an investment banker working for Rothschild Inc., helped bondholders negotiate with Trump, whose finances were unraveling. The final deal reduced Trump’s ownership stake in the Taj but left him in charge, and bondholders were unhappy when Ross presented the plan.
    “Why did we make a deal with him?” one asked, according to Rosenberg’s book.
    Ross insisted that Trump was worth saving.
    “The Trump name is still very much an asset,” he said.

    https://www.latimes.com/politics/la-na-pol-wilbur-ross-commerce-20161208-story.html

    • Agree: stevennonemaker88
    • Thanks: Liza
    • Replies: @Carolyn Yeager
    , @Incitatus
  215. @anonymous

    You’re assuming the US military is actually intended to be a fighting force these days. That’s incorrect. The US military is in the business of acquiring appropriations known as defense spending to make sure their top management lives a good life while in the military and the defense contractors get a continuing source of contracts to produce shitty weapons systems. No one in that hustle has any intention of fighting a real adversary. It’s all for show.

    Military management has this incestuous relationship with the defense contractors so that after their military years of loafing around, they get a new gig working for the defense industry making another fortune doing nothing of merit. The grunts they send to die here and there are part of the theater.

  216. Rich: “The rape of slaves wouldn’t actually be a Christian act, would it?”

    LOL. Don’t think of it as rape. Think of it as evangelizing, the quintessentially Christian act. That’s probably how they thought of it. After all, introducing the savages to Jesus was used as a justification for slavery, and was a driving force behind the colonization of the New World.

    Rich: “Can someone who has sex outside of marriage be considered a Christian?”

    As it saith in your Book of Lies, all have sinned and fallen short of the Glory of God. “Sinning” doesn’t mean they aren’t Christian. And unless you are claiming to be sinless yourself, even you aren’t a Christian according to this standard.

    • Replies: @Liza
    , @Rich
  217. Anonymous[401] • Disclaimer says:

    Biden won because white Christian men became pussies who no longer fought for anything.

    Said manginas often quote Jesus and Gandhi, understanding neither. They “see” Jesus as a wimp, not a ripped, based carpenter who gave Fed-cohens the heave-ho from the Temple. They also forgot how Mahatma viewed turn-the-other-cheekers: “I must not let a coward seek shelter behind nonviolence.”

    JESUS: “I come not to bring peace to the world, but a sword!”

    GANDHI: “I do believe that, where there is only a choice between cowardice and violence, I would advise violence…”

    “I want [a man]…to cultivate the cool courage to die without killing. But if one has not that courage, I want him to cultivate the art of killing…”

    “My creed of nonviolence…has no room for cowardice or even weakness.”

    “A man who, when faced by danger, behaves like a mouse, is rightly called a coward.”

    The Right should have acted like the Proud Boys (PB) from the git-go: not backing down from intimidators, fighting back when attacked.

    The Right should have protected its defenders (like PB), bailing them out of jail when wrongly arrested.

    The Right should have demonstrated weekly at state capitols until THE WALL was built. They should have pressured Trump to keep his other promises, too. Conservatives should have demanded that Don dump Ivanka and Jared. Kushner was the WORST choice Trump made. Yet he did so from Jump Street.

    The Right also expected Don to (1) do all the heavy-lifting himself and (2) remain immune from criticism. Supporters kept hoping Trump’s “3-D chess” wins were mounting; that tweets worked; and that feel-good/do-nothing pep rallies won football games. They didn’t.

    The Right failed to act when it had all the power 2017-19.

    The Right won’t act now…when it has no power.

    Again, it’s like Western men’s stance per feminism:

    Guys did nothing for 50+ years while women’s groups drafted females to create an anti-male army. That army now has 100 battle-hardened divisions. Men on the other hand, having sat on their arses for 5 decades, have just a few unknown, impotent, ineffective Cub Scout dens.

    Clueless males (many Christian!) let feminists pour cement for 55 years, creating hundreds of stone-hard misandric fortresses. Guys today “storm” them by whining uselessly online…like Campfire Girls.

    Trumpers should have punched all masked persons (aka BLM/antifa droogs) who came within arm’s length, feeling justifiably threatened. They also should have pulled off attackers’ masks. They chose, instead, to masochistically get beaten. They let their assailants run off, free to beat other innocents.

    The Right forgot that bullies never stop on their own. Ever.

    It also forgot that you don’t fight powerful panzers with puerile farts.

    • Thanks: Carolyn Yeager
  218. Marckus says:
    @Dave Bowman

    You must be colour blind ! Imagine you are at a coffee shop and you see two guys standing in line. One is clearly Jewish, he wears the skull cap and has the curls. The other just wears a dress shirt and chinos and his head is shaved. They both have the same white complexion and colour eyes.

    According to you the one with the curls is non white. The other is white. They get their coffee and to your surprise sit together. You are puzzled (which in your case is not unusual). You engage them in conversation and find out they are blood brothers.

    There are lots of people roaming around who are Jewish and you would never know they are unless they tell you. You cannot even tell by the name because Karl Cohen may be a dyed in the wool Jew and Hans Cohen may be a dyed in the wool Catholic.

    Upon meeting Karl you would classify him as white but once you see him sneaking into the synagogue call him non white ? If a Jew with white skin is not white does that mean that a Jew with black skin is not black ? What about a Jew with olive coloured skin ?

    Check your logic man! As for Arthur’s book all I can say is that some other Jew academic is going to one day write “The Fourteenth Tribe” which proves that Jews are not only non white but are really blacks from Nigeria.

    People like you are easily impressed and convinced of something contrary to your powers of observation by someone with academic credentials. White is a colour in case you have not noticed. You might want to have your Doctor adjust your meds. The current mixture may be damaging your retina.

  219. Ugetit says:
    @stevennonemaker88

    Don’t waste your time. Some folks only come here to shriek at others, probably to impress themselves or something like that.

    • Thanks: stevennonemaker88
  220. Ugetit says:
    @Spanky

    So, in other words, you support the Regime and urge others to do so,

    More like render unto Caesar that which is Caesar’s.

    I agree with your take. The render unto Caesar BS, taken at face value, probably is just an expedient to keep Caesar off of one’s back. It seems practical for the individual in the short term, but it’s self defeating in the long run to submit to such bullying.

    Damned if ya do, and damned if ya don’t. As always.

    • Agree: Spanky
  221. Ugetit says:
    @Thomas Pickering

    To give an example, imagine if after Nazi Germany invaded France that the French had said, let’s love our enemies.

    Are you suggesting that they would have been better off loving their “friends,” the International Commies?

    • Replies: @Thomas Pickering
  222. Pardina says:
    @Sam J.

    I agree with you.
    I was always skeptical of Trump.
    After his election in 2016, I tuned him out after he said Hillary was a good person on 60 minutes.
    I wouldn’t watch him, couldn’t stand to hear his voice.
    Then the election came around, and I started watching again.
    I said to myself, maybe he has done some good things?
    I knew he was far from perfect, but the other side of the aisle are so evil and destructive,
    I started rooting for him again. Not him, per se, but the way his rallies brought people together to celebrate.

    I never followed ‘Q.’
    I thought it was ridiculous.
    ‘Trust the plan?’
    ‘Watch the movie’
    ‘Buy popcorn?’
    Are you kidding me?
    Why would anyone follow an anonymous group of people who tell you these things?

    In hindsight, I do believe Trump’s people were behind Q. Jared and the rest of them.
    But they did it in coordination with the uniparty in Washington. Mostly the Dems.
    What really got me was that after the election, legitimate people around Trump
    said that he won the election. He would never concede.
    I believed them. This is where I got duped.
    People like Flynn & Sidney Powell & General McInerney.
    When Flynn, Sidney and other called for people to come to DC on the 6th,
    most people believed that Trump would not have invited them if he thought he was going to lose.
    What I saw that day is Jared setting up Trump’s supporters to be destroyed by the media.
    That was the goal. They pushed for people to wear GoPro cameras.
    Jared knew exactly what was going to happen.
    Jared used Trump’s supporters to earn points from his corrupt circles to destroy white people
    and label them terrorists. Look at what Jared’s father did to his own brother.
    They have no conscience.
    The reality hit most people after looking at who he pardoned.
    Then learning that Jared and Ivanka stole most of the money from small donors, regular people
    to buy a 30 million dollar home in Florida.
    They blamed Brad Parscale. Then called the news when he was having a breakdown after being framed as the person solely responsible for the theft.
    I’m not saying Brad was not involved, but he was not the main beneficiary.
    Now Trump and his family are attempting to continue the grift of poor white people
    by claiming they’re going to start a new party. Bannon is pushing this grift too.
    If there is a G-D, the left will do everything in their power to destroy that party.

  223. Liza says:
    @Dr. Robert Morgan

    The evangelicals have a saying, “We aren’t sinners because we sin; we sin because we are sinners.” I assume this means that we are born lacking God’s perfection and therefore have no choice but to do wrong at times, no matter who we are. Even when we do what seems to be right, we are, somewhere, somehow, down the line causing a problem for someone else. No matter how good our intentions are, how big hearted. Meh.

  224. Pardina says:
    @ivan

    Hillary did label Trump the Pied Piper.
    Seems she was correct and that was likely the plan all along.
    How do you identify the enemy?
    How do you identify who will dance to the tune?
    Trump’s movement identified all of the Globalists enemies for extermination.

  225. Ashley H says:
    @Sam J.

    I have reluctantly come to the conclusion that he was controlled opposition all along. He has served his purpose and will be disgraced and prevented from having a large public profile, most of which is just more of the theater but his supporters can thus accept that he has no choice now but to lay low, just as they accepted that once the election was stolen they shouldn’t protest against the steal and obediently stayed at home from Jan 6 – 20th.

    Whatever America will soon change into, one thing is for sure and in this the author of this piece is correct: it won’t be a place where most traditional white American people will feel at home.

    And Biden’s initial ‘Unity’ moves bode ill in this regard: the author recommends moving geographically to find like-minded souls etc., but Biden has declared war on Red States basically by insisting that the Feds are in charge everywhere in this Emergency State due to covid.

    Trump started off with MAGA but ended up presiding over the death of the Republic.

    As he might have tweeted:
    Sad!

    • Replies: @By-tor
  226. @geokat62

    Thank you, geokat, for this LA Times attempt by the real globalist forces to throw shade on Trump’s cabinet choice. I read it all and have no reason to doubt the truth of it factually, but I ask you: Does it contain anything that indicates D. J. Trump is a puppet of the Rothschild Banking Empire?

    I believe Wilber Ross did a good job as Commerce Secretary. I had thought he was awfully old but he is sharp as a tack. Compare to Joe Biden’s pick, Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo, a former venture capitalist (https://apnews.com/article/gina-raimondo-commerce-secretary-cd2794577a58ccae4b7cca9ce47af79d) — take a look at that scary face.

    I don’t find anything really damning in this article, considering the reality of 21st Century world finance. Trump wanted an expert deal-maker who was also a patriot and he thought Ross was that. I know of nothing that Ross did during his 4 years (he was never replaced or resigned) that contradict that. Do you or does Steve88? If so, please spell out his unfitness for his position, not just that he once worked for the very large Rothschild Inc. Is that supposed to mean that he’s a personal friend and ally of the Rothschild family? All of us do business at one time or another with evil globalists and funders of leftist causes. We don’t ask or know what’s behind them. How many self-described WN’s frequent Starbucks without giving it a thought (one of my personal peeves). I DON’T, never once have, and it’s on principal. I don’t watch TV (for 40 years now!!), I don’t go to movies or subscribe to any Netflix-type services, I don’t associate with non-whites while Steve-boy is a miscegenist. He ignores that when he puts an 88 after his name. He has zero standing to lecture me.

    • Replies: @geokat62
  227. Marckus says:
    @AReply

    What we a re dealing with in the USA is an increasing plague of idiots. Social media has reached the stage where even the drug crazed bum in the street has some opinion, spends most of the day opining bunk and can attract a following of like minded dupes.

    What makes their dialogue more convincing is the American obsession with alphabet tags. Hence two sites may publish the same rubbish but one is called Donkey and the other DongQ. Number 2 site will attract the asylum escapees like flies to shit.

    Thus it comes as no surprise that if Trump scratches his nuts tomorrow and says “America is in for a big surprise” the lunatics would go wild with their theories. In fact the surprise may be that Don got an itch from Stormy.

    • Agree: GomezAdddams
  228. Pardina says:
    @Mustapha Mond

    Agree.
    Frankly, I’m tired of people attacking j-ews.
    Many j-ews are treated just as horribly by the z9ionists- as everyone else.
    I don’t see a solution for the current evil destroying our world?
    They plan on exterminating most of us… literally.
    If I could leave the USA I would.
    Likely go to Latin/Central America.
    Things are going to get very ugly.
    The only option for us is to take one day at a time and
    seek solace in a higher power.
    That is our only option.
    Let’s hope the powers that be destroy themselves with all of their crazy plans.

    • Agree: Mustapha Mond
    • Replies: @TTSSYF
  229. Ron Unz says:
    @Ron Unz

    My morning NYT ran 2,000 words from the front-page on the massive FBI effort to track down the worst criminals from the Capitol Storming, and charge them with serious offenses and conspiracy:

    https://www.nytimes.com/2021/01/21/nyregion/capitol-riot-conspiracy-fbi.html

    Some of these dastardly criminals are being accused of plots involving making hand-signs to each other as they entered the Capitol. A few are even being charged with violent offenses like hitting a police officer with their fists.

    Not a single word appeared anywhere regarding the dead Capitol officer, whom the MSM had earlier claimed had died after being hit with a fire-extinguisher. Apparently, while catching people making hand-signs is considered a top FBI priority, no one cares about pursuing supposed cop-killers.

    I think this strongly supports my suspicion that the fire-extinguisher-killer story was just a MSM hoax…

    • Replies: @AnonFromTN
    , @anon
  230. @h5mind

    “They have engineered a false American split using race because they are ignorant of morality, having none themselves”

    Rescind Affirmative Action, set asides and quotas and then we can be a more united country. If not rescinded than there will always be racial strife. I didn’t even mention the crime rates.

  231. @Ugetit

    You miss the point, which is that to love your enemy is futile when your enemy is at war against you and your way of life. When up against an enemy such as we are up against today, love is not the response. War is the proper response. If you think that you just preach love and peace and everything is going to be okay then you are delusional. Sometimes you have to fight your enemies and this is one of those times. This is a time of Revolution by the Human Race against the evil Jewish Snake that has conspired over generations to control the entire world. We are in a war for our very way of life and everyone must see it.

    • Replies: @Robert Dolan
  232. @stevennonemaker88

    “This can assist an organization in determining who is worth investing time and energy in training and who is best sorted to different tasks.”

    The US army does the same thing. Can you imagine putting someone into Finance, Electronics,Computers etc., with an IQ of 90? Class study for these people would be a waste of time. The army would put those low IQ people into jobs like Cook, Supply Mechanics. Although even in those jobs, performance would suffer a bit but would be adequate.

    • Agree: stevennonemaker88
  233. @Ugetit

    You’re always trying to laugh off your ongoing stupidity. Just like Kabala Harris.

  234. Dr. Doom says:

    You have the power to bankrupt this Failed State.
    DO NOT COMPLY. Avoid as many taxes as possible.
    Sabotage, subvert and smile.

    Barter with fellow Whites. Dump the Ziodollar.
    Do not purchase from large corporations as much as possible.
    Bankrupt them as you can and should.

    Do not support. Subvert.
    Do not assist. Resist.
    Do not comply. Sabotage.

    You are the rebellion.
    The Empire is dying.
    A good shove and push and it’ll collapse like a House of Cards…

    • Agree: Minnesota Mary
    • Replies: @AnonFromTN
  235. @Ron Unz

    I think this strongly supports my suspicion that the fire-extinguisher-killer story was just a MSM hoax…

    I strongly suspect that the whole alleged death of a cop was a hoax. Basically, the MSM claim that comrade Ogilvy heroically died defending democracy. If you believe that, I have a bridge to sell you.

  236. @Dr. Doom

    Isn’t it a bit too generic? How about more concrete actions against scum? Remember, the only sensitive part of their anatomy is the purse. So, hit them where it hurts.

    Look at:
    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-01-11/here-are-the-u-s-companies-hitting-pause-on-political-donations

    Simple conclusion: avoid using credit cards whenever possible. When you need to use them, never use Mastercard or American Express card.

    Do not use Twitter, Facebook, Google, Apple. You can live w/o any of them.

    Boycott those who clearly showed their ugly mugs: Amazon, ATT, Best Buy, Blue Cross, Cisco, Comcast, Dow, Edison, Exelon, GE, Marriott, Mass Mutual, Morgan Stanley, Nike, State Street, Verizon, Walmart, Walt Disney, etc.

    • Agree: Spanky, Jazman
  237. geokat62 says:
    @Carolyn Yeager

    I don’t find anything really damning in this article…

    While I agree there is nothing explicitly stated in that article that incriminates WR, I guess what’s most troubling for me is what is implied by these remarks:

    “Why did we make a deal with him?” one asked, according to Rosenberg’s book.

    Ross insisted that Trump was worth saving.
    “The Trump name is still very much an asset,” he said.

    If someone pulled your chestnuts out of the fire by lending you half a billion dollars, would you feel a little indebted to him?

    Why, some might say Trump paid that loan back a hundred times over…

    Excerpt from, Times of Israel, 100 times President Trump supported Israel:

    Sure, he moved the embassy to Jerusalem, paved the way for the Abraham Accord and recognized Golan sovereignty, but there’s more. Much more.

    1. President Trump recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel

    2. President Trump moved the American Embassy to Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem

    3. President Trump closed the Jerusalem consulate and made it an Embassy branch

    4. President Trump has never publicly criticized Israel

    5. President Trump pulled America out of the Iran deal

    6. President Trump raised military aid to Israel by $400 million

    7. President Trump raised sanctions on Iran as soon as pulled out of the deal

    8. President Trump recognized the sovereignty of Israel on the Golan Heights

    9. President Trump designated IRGC (Iranian special forces) a foreign terrorist group

    10. President Trump banned BDS head Omar Barghouti from America

    [MORE]

    President Trump banned the head of ICC and staff from coming to America
    President Trump backed Israel’s right to self-defense in Gaza
    President Trump left the United Nations Human Rights (sic) Council
    President Trump cut off all aid to the Palestinian Authority
    President Trump closed the PLO office in Washington, DC
    President Trump was the first president to visit the Western Wall as President
    President Trump sent the first official American visit to the Western Wall with an Israeli Prime Minister
    President Trump allowed consulate and Embassy staff to meet with Jews of Judea and Samaria
    President Trump allowed consulate and Embassy staff to visit Jews living in Judea and Samaria
    President Trump announced that America will not support Israeli soldiers being tried at the ICC
    President Trump called out the anti-Israel antisemitism of Ilhan Omar
    President Trump flew to Israel on his first foreign trip
    President Trump issued no waivers on increased sanctions against Iran
    President Trump offered a $10 million reward for information on Hamas and Hezbollah financial networks
    The Trump administration wrote op-eds blaming Hamas and the Palestinians for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
    President Trump stopped the lame-duck last-minute Kerry and Obama $221 million payment to the Palestinian Authority on January 20, 2017
    President Trump signed the Taylor Force Act
    President Trump supported Israel in the May 2019 flare-up with Gaza.
    President Trump refused a visa to Israel hater Hanan Ashrawi to America
    President Trump sanctioned three leading members of Hezbollah in July 2019
    The Trump administration blocked an attempt to get the UN Security Council to issue a formal condemnation of Israel’s demolition of Palestinian homes on the edge of Jerusalem in July 2019
    President Trump sanctioned Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif.
    Ambassador Friedman refused to advocate for a two-state solution unfavorable to Israel
    President Trump removed “Palestine” from the list of countries on The State Department list of nations.
    President Trump stopped a French $15 billion credit line to Iran
    President Trump stopped a UN Security Council statement on tensions between Israel and
    Hezbollah that did not single out violence by the Lebanese terror group
    President Trump cut a $120 million from aid to Lebanon to ensure it didn’t get to Hizballah
    President Trump sanctioned 9 Iranians in November 2019
    President Trump supported Israel after rocket fire in its skirmish with Islamic Jihad.
    President Trump said nothing about Israel limiting retaliation.
    President Trump and America was the only country besides Israel to vote against all 8 UN 4th committee resolutions in November 2019
    President Trump declared that Jewish towns in Judea and Samaria (“settlements”) aren’t illegal under international law
    President Trump hasn’t supported two-state solution as the only solution in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
    Vice President Pence visited Israel during his first year in office
    Secretary Pompeo wrote a letter to Congress clarifying that Jewish towns in Judea and Samaria have traditionally enjoyed bipartisan support
    Secretary Pompeo says that claims that Jewish towns in Judea and Samaria have impeded peace are foolish
    President Trump didn’t comment when Defense Minister Bennet green-lighted a new Jewish neighborhood in Hebron
    Secretary Pompeo announced that Iran is behind all the unrest in the Middle East
    President Trump blamed Iran for Lebanon protests
    President Trump’s US deputy national security adviser Victoria Coates reportedly meets with envoys from UAE, Oman, Morocco, Bahrain to gauge willingness Israeli-Arab non-belligerence agreements
    President Trump denounced Iran brutal crackdown on protesters
    New US Ambassador to the United Nations Kelly Craft says she’ll defend Israel. In first United Nations press conference, Kelly Craft also warns Iran that Washington has ‘other tools’ if Tehran continues its bad behavior
    President Trump regales Israeli-American group with tales of his pro-Israel moves retells extensive account of embassy move, tells Israeli American Council that he’s Israel’s best friend in the White House
    President Trump signed an executive order on anti-Semitism that protects Jewish students on college campuses. The order includes anti-Israel activity
    Robert O’Brien tells Meir Ben-Shabbat that ‘common interests between Israel and Arab states… have made new regional partnerships possible to counter Iran’
    The Trump administration denounced Iranian human rights abuses and imposed sanctions on Iranian judges
    After President Abbas hailed the ICC declaration that it will investigate Israel as an historic day for Palestinians, Secretary Pompeo said US ‘firmly opposes’ ICC announcement on alleged Israeli war crimes. He said the International Criminal Court’s move ‘unfairly targets’ Jewish state, calls for direct negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians
    The Trump administration announced seven joint US-Israeli clean energy projects — including an energy-storing system for electric cars and a hydrogen-powered drone that takes off vertically — have received $6.4 million in funding from the US-Israel binational research and development program for energy
    America struck Iranian-backed militia in Iraq; 19 reported killed. Israeli Air Force chief said ‘US strike on Iran-backed Iraqi militia is a ‘potential turning point’
    President Trump ordered deadly strike on Iran’s Soleimani
    President Trump said new Iran sanctions have come into effect. President Trump said, “We’ve increased them. They were very severe, but now it’s increased substantially.”
    President Trump mocked Iranian supreme leader, and wrote in support of the ‘noble people of Iran,’ after Khamenei attacks America and Europe in speech
    President Trump releases his incredibly favorable-to-Israel peace plan to end Israeli-Palestinian conflict
    Trump administration official Jared Kushner slams Palestinian leadership, urges giving up ‘fairy tales’ for peace. Kushner said Palestinians have been lied to, chiefs ‘screwed up every opportunity in the past’; rejecting Trump plan shows they aren’t ready for a state
    Secretary Pompeo said If Palestinians unhappy with the Trump peace plan, they should present counter offer. He warned that Trump proposal could be last opportunity for Palestinian state
    Jared Kushner says that if Palestinians are unable to meet the conditions of the new Middle East peace plan he crafted, Israel should not take “the risk to recognize them as a state.”
    Israeli and UAE officials met in secret in US to discuss countering Iran
    National security adviser Robert O’Brien warns Palestinians that resurgence of anti-Jewish hatred around the world means more Jews will immigrate to Israel and West Bank
    Jared Kushner says Abbas responsible for spike in violence since release of peace plan
    Jared Kushner tells UN Palestinian leadership has long history of ‘inciting intifadas when they don’t get their way’
    Due to American diplomacy, Abbas, lacking votes, pulls request for UN vote against Trump peace plan
    The US military seized Iranian-made weapons in Arabian Sea. The USS Normandy warship seized 150 ‘Dehlavieh’ anti-tank guided missiles, which are Iranian-manufactured copies of Russian Kornet ATGMs.
    Trump advisor Jason Greenblatt warns that if traditional positions on conflict are readopted, ‘Israel will likely continue to thrive and the Palestinians will continue to suffer’
    Secretary Pompeo says UN settlement blacklist shows UN’s ‘unrelenting anti-Israel bias’
    The US State Department expressed concern over a report that Iranians were threatening to raze an ancient shrine revered by local Jews as the burial place of the biblical Esther and Mordechai, in an act of revenge against Israel and Washington
    The US gave Israeli prime minister the green light for Givat Hamatos construction
    Israel advanced plans for nearly 1,800 new settlement homes America doesn’t criticize
    Ambassador Friedman said under the Trump administration, the Biblical heartland of Israel, Judea and Samaria, will never be judenrein
    An Israeli delegation traveled to the United States for talks on coordinating a joint US-Israeli campaign against the International Criminal Court
    Secretary Pompeo said the Israelis will ultimately make the decisions about annexation. That’s an Israeli decision, but we’ll work closely with them to share our views of this in a private setting
    American diplomats circulate draft of Security Council resolution that would scrap expiration of 2015 nuclear deal’s ban on weapons sales to Tehran
    State Department says Washington ready to approve ‘sovereignty and the application of Israeli law’ in some areas
    US officials emphasize West Bank annexation not contingent on Palestinian state
    Ambassador David Friedman asserted that Israelis across the political spectrum supported the Trump plan and that “just as Americans would never relinquish the area on which the Statue of Liberty stands, even though it’s a very small area, Israel would never agree to give up settlements like Beit El and Hebron
    Secretary Pompeo praises Israel on visit, “You’re a great partner, you share information, unlike some other countries that try to obfuscate and hide that information.”
    Secretary Pompeo warned the International Criminal Court against asserting jurisdiction over Israel, saying the United States will “exact consequences” for any “illegitimate” investigations
    Secretary Pompeo called the ICC a “kangaroo court” and announced that sanctions in the form of asset freezes would be enacted against chief prosecutor, Fatou Bensouda and another senior ICC official
    Serbia announced that it would move its embassy to Jerusalem, while Muslim majority Kosovo is to recognize Israel. The moves come as part of US-brokered discussions to normalize economic ties between Belgrade and Pristina
    In a rare move, US sanctions 2 Lebanese politicians allied with Hezbollah who are former cabinet ministers that ‘provided material support’ to terror groups. America warned of new measures targeting organization’s allies
    US envoys helped broker a framework agreement for Lebanon and Israel to start discussing their disputed maritime border
    Jared Kushner says Saudi Arabia, Bahrain to allow all Israeli flights to use airspace Saudi flights also able to use Israeli airspace; White House advisor says Arabs losing patience with Palestinian leadership, will do ‘what’s in their best interests’
    The Trump administration warned Palestinians if they continue to reject Trump peace proposal ‘the situation is just going to get worse and worse for them’; The US won’t ‘chase’ Ramallah
    President Trump brokered peace between Israel and the UAE
    President Trump brokered peace between Israel and Bahrain
    US sanctioned 2 Lebanon-based firms, Hezbollah-linked businessman, Arch Consulting and Meamar Construction targeted ‘for being owned, controlled, or directed’ by terrorist group
    Defying the UN, the Trump administration unilaterally asserts sanctions on Iran are back in effect. Secretary Pompeo vows Trump administration will ‘impose consequences’ on any state violating ‘snapback’ sanctions to ensure Tehran ‘does not reap the benefits of UN-prohibited activity’
    The Trump administration unveils additional ‘UN’ sanctions against Iran, will enforce arms embargo
    US, Israel, UAE announce establishment of $3 billion regional investment fund
    The Trump administration brokered peace between Israel and Sudan and the two signed a normalization deal.

    https://blogs.timesofisrael.com/100-times-president-trump-supported-israel/

    • Replies: @Carolyn Yeager
  238. I don’t care a bit. The People wanted such and now have it. Trump couldn’t do as the author suggests, and he offers no proof or example like any swamper.

  239. @Thomas Pickering

    Totally agree.

    I hear pastors telling people that politics doesn’t matter, it doesn’t matter who is running the government, God is in control, etc.

    Satan is the ruler of this world and the small hats work for him.

    I’m sure that 60 million Orthodox Christians that were slaughtered in Russia believed in turning the other cheek…..and they were buried while their cheeks were turned.

    We just witnessed a stolen election and they know that we know they stole it and they DON’T CARE.

    They have labeled 100 million white Christian Americans as domestic terrorists and this is blood libel.

    It’s not some little game.

    We are dealing with evil psychos who want us dead.

    They believe that kindness is weakness. They know that violence works and they proved it by rioting to get their way.

    The reason we lost is because the right plays nice.

    Those days are over.

    • Agree: TTSSYF, GeneralRipper
  240. anon[176] • Disclaimer says:
    @Ron Unz

    My morning NYT ran 2,000 words from the front-page on the massive FBI effort to track down the worst criminals from the Capitol Storming, and charge them with serious offenses and conspiracy:

    How many words were used to describe the actions of Antifa in Seattle, WA and Portland, OR over the last 48 hours? They went after the Democrat party offices in Portland and tourist-zone Pike Place in Seattle in the usual smash-grab way. Is it news to the NYT? Will the FBI track down every last one of them?

    Entire sections of cities were looted and burned last summer, Capitol Hill in Seattle was occupied for weeks, but I do not recall anyone demanding the FBI get out there and track down every single BLM / Antifa rioter.

    The whole Who? Whom? aspect of the last year – it’s ok to ruin the lives of tens of thousands of middle class store owners, but don’t you dare put your dirty, hoi polloi, unclean foot on Nancy Pelosi’s desk – it is so obvious and so very, very tiresome.

  241. @geokat62

    While I agree there is nothing explicitly stated in that article that incriminates WR

    Don’t you think if there was anything explicit the article would have stated it? You’re like a lawyer trying to build the best case he can, while not having anything airtight. Knock yourself out.

    The only people being hurt by this Trump-destruction are white European people; but then you’ve admitted you’re not white or European. Isn’t that right? Please correct me if I’m wrong.

    • Replies: @geokat62
  242. geokat62 says:
    @Carolyn Yeager

    The only people being hurt by this Trump-destruction are white European people…

    I respectfully disagree. We can’t afford to put our faith in individuals who are not 100% supportive of the European people and who refuse to promote their interests. We need true leaders, not those who pretend to be. Have you seen Trump’s performances in the WWE, Carolyn?

    I’d love to get your reaction to these performances. I doubt AH would have stooped so low. Do you agree?

    … but then you’ve admitted you’re not white or European. Isn’t that right? Please correct me if I’m wrong.

    https://www.unz.com/article/what-does-rabbinic-judaism-say-about-what-makes-jews-and-gentiles-different/?showcomments#comment-4183834

    • Replies: @Getaclue
  243. Adûnâi: “These race-realists seem to be the worshippers of the idea of efficient civilisation.”

    As I recall from previous exchanges, you yourself are such a worshiper, aren’t you? Isn’t improving racial IQ one of your goals? If so, you could have no objection to your sisters fucking a high-IQ negro. It’s eugenic!

    Adûnâi: “A bit like the animal-loving Chechar, they measure White people not by their Whiteness and evolutionary success, but their adherence to a certain dogma. Whereas a true racist would further the agenda of his race even if it were “inferior” by some idealist metric. ”

    Yes, that’s almost right. But instead of “furthering the agenda”, I’d say that a true racist would try to ensure the survival of his race, even though it might be inferior by some idealist metric. By using the word “agenda” I think you are slipping in an idealist metric through the back door. A sincere pursuit of this agenda will likely involve changing the race (e.g., raising IQ, and other modifications), thus destroying the very thing you hypocritically say you are trying to preserve.

    • Replies: @commandor
    , @Adûnâi
  244. Incitatus says:
    @geokat62

    Forbes cites three who chronically inflate their wealth to get on the 400 list. Trump, a Saudi Prince, and Wilbur Ross (rumored to use investor funds to augment his net worth).

    Sorry excuse for human beings.

    • Troll: GeneralRipper
  245. @Anon

    Nationalists need to make the argument that their policies work. At least Liberals can point to California and New York as a method of their success, what can conservatives point to?

    Both are total shitholes…lol

    People are fleeing they both as we speak.

  246. Whites concerned about recapturing their Country need to learn how to lobby a local politician and become damn good at it.

    Your enemies know how all too well. Watch the video for an introduction.

  247. The only reason whites took the beatings from others was because we had a shot at winning or our man was in the White House. He didn’t do a lot for us, but he didn’t chase us down.
    Now he is gone, they stole it big time from us.
    We don’t have to play nice anymore.
    Jan 6th showed that clearly.
    Nothing left to lose.

    • Agree: Joseph Doaks
  248. Wow! One of the more politically bigoted, deluded articles I’ve ever wasted time reading. This guy lives in Bizarro World.

  249. commandor says:
    @Dr. Robert Morgan

    What is this disgusting trolling of my anti-Christian Russian friend Adûnai?

    Did veganism melt your brain, good sir?

  250. The best thing about the Trump movement is for the first time in my life I saw white people sticking together.
    The best thing about Trump being gone is I won’t have to hear about black unemployment anymore.
    The new regime will not make it two years, Biden horrific and Harris is worse, both stupid and will dig big holes. They already are like putting the national guard in the parking garage.

  251. Rich says:
    @Dr. Robert Morgan

    You are lacking in understanding. That’s okay. Your hatred of Christianity blinds you to facts. The fellow who was raping his slaves wasn’t acting as a Christian, he was acting as one who has rejected the teachings of Christ. If that’s beyond your understanding, I’ll just assume you’re a doctor of gender studies of something similar, and unable to grasp the obvious. Good day to you, sir.

  252. Tekton says:
    @GomezAdddams

    Um, Moses was a Levite. Not a ‘Jew’ (Judahite).

  253. @Robert Dolan

    Thank you Robert.

    This is exactly the philosophy and attitude we need.

  254. Anon[286] • Disclaimer says:

    Typo

    They no longer disguise their intensions

    intentions

  255. gay troll says:
    @Realist

    Are you talking about the Buddha?

    • LOL: Realist
  256. gay troll says:
    @Montefrío

    The greatest thing about English is that it has always been a work in progress.

  257. gay troll says:
    @Robert Dolan

    Whites have a voice. Only Christians lack a voice. They have always lacked a voice because they have never had anything of value to say. They purchased their popularity through forgery, censure, torture, and murder. Without these tools Christianity is impotent, and rightly so.

    Christianity is evil because it is premised on the Jewish Bible. More than that, it is the guardian and porter of the Jewish Bible. Christianity is Zionist; like Judaism it wants to smash and subdue all other cultures and secure the world for Yahweh’s golden mount. Christianity loves to blame its sins on the Jews, but at this point in time, neither religion would exist without the other. And what will become of Islam, if every word of the Bible is proven to be a deliberately contrived fiction?

    My advice to everyone is: thank God!

    • Troll: GeneralRipper
    • Replies: @davidgmillsatty
  258. Anonymous[401] • Disclaimer says:
    @Realist

    > “Hate cannot conquer hate.”

    Nonsense. The dhammapada is the lying screed of that putz, Buddha. What did that butterball ever do, save sit under a tree and “ponder” while begging? He didn’t even have the energy/industry of a mooching squeegee man!

    Next GAY TROLL will say we can’t fight fire with fire.

    Or that two wrongs don’t make a right.

    Well, er, algebra: – x – = +

    Or that Gandhi hated violence:

    “He who cannot protect himself or his nearest and dearest or their honour by non-violently facing death, may and ought to do so by violently dealing with the oppressor. He who can do neither …has no business to be the head of a family. He must either hide himself, or …be prepared to crawl like a worm at the bidding of a bully.” ~Mahatma G.

    • Thanks: Realist
  259. psbindy says:
    @LarryS

    LarryS says:

    “As a Christian and former Zionist, Christian Zionists follow a flawed theology of End Times. They believe that the anti-Christ will desecrate the Jewish Temple before the Second Coming of Christ.
    But there is no Jewish Temple.”

    Larry, as a fellow Christian, I would remind you that there was no Israel for 1878 (roughly 70 AD to 1948 AD) years. There will be a Temple in Israel.

    What I see as the error of American Christian Zionists is forgetting how many kings of ancient Israel were evil and out of favor with Jehovah God, And how many times the ancient Israeli people forgot God, turning to Baal worship, among other Canaanite, and later, Babylonian deities.

    Israel today is very secular, having in large measure embraced post modernism. Israel holds large Gay Pride marches.

    I don’t know if abortion is tolerated.

    The Israeli treatment of the Palestinians surely does not please Jehovah God.

    I wish American Christians would see these simple facts and understand the current spiritual depravity of much of modern Israel.

    • Replies: @geokat62
  260. @E_Perez

    Should have read John Dos Passos especially his U.S.A. trilogy; The 42nd Parallel, 1919, and The Big Money. Maybe you have? Education is in essence brainwashing. Bound to be. Elites always throw their followers under the tank. The history of man is the history of crime.

    Your elites are criminals, i.e. Godfathers. How many of the credentialed, men and women, find themselves at mid-life caught between a rock and a very hard place. One day suddenly their eyes are opened! Their Presidents lied. Every one of them. When a couples child arrives back in America in a body bag; then what? They get a flag in exchange for a corpse. A soldier “went to the mattresses” and died. For whom?

    Empires are all the same; their children lose their lives on some battlefield in some place they never heard of, defending what? Defending whom? Are they ever thanked? There are no thanks! When will we ever learn? The answer. Walk away. Believe nothing. The most difficult thing is to believe nothing.

    If you believe nothing you will always know what to do. Hint #1 – Avoid crowds.

  261. @Anon

    “A life close to nature, my boy.” That’s it! Simply walk away. Keep your own council. Outwardly live without opinion. Live as simply as you can. Walk. Read. Play an instrument. Get a dog. Learn to cook.
    Buy a canoe. Fish. Help your neighbours. Keep a diary. Much good will come to you.

  262. psbindy says:
    @Spanky

    Who “promised” 40 and a mule to Blacks?

    I read years ago that it was proposed but never passed by congress.

    Anyone know ?

    I guess I could Wiki it but I like to learn from the assembled educated here.

    • Replies: @Spanky
  263. meamjojo says:

    All you Trumpists got played to the hilt! Trump used everyone, including his supporters to reinforce his megalomania. Trump crossed so many lines, there was no way he was going to be allowed to have a 2nd term. Biden’s sole value was that he wasn’t Trump. Almost anyone would have wound up beating Trump in the end. That is what happens when you step on too many toes.

    Choose a better wannbe messiah next time around!

    • Replies: @Spanky
  264. geokat62 says:
    @psbindy

    What I see as the error of American Christian Zionists…

    Speaking of errors of xian Zionists, highly recommend viewing the video in comment #104.

  265. TTSSYF says:
    @stevennonemaker88

    What percentage of illegal immigrants did ICE deport under Obama versus the percentage deported under Trump? Is it possible Trump did a better job at stopping illegal entry and, thus, there were fewer to deport?

    • Replies: @stevennonemaker88
  266. TTSSYF says:
    @Pardina

    I also get tired of the constant Jew-bashing. Yes, they can be a little like the girl with the curl: when they’re bad, they’re horrid. But name any group of people, whether distinguished by race or ethnicity, that doesn’t have its trash element (albeit some with higher percentages of trash than others).

    • Replies: @James Scott
  267. TTSSYF says:
    @Robert Dolan

    In 2010, Peter Turchin predicted a decade of turmoil beginning around 2020.

    It’s time to plan for some dark days ahead. I agree with starving the beast — to the extent possible, barter with like-minded people, buy locally from small businesses, drop social media, etc.

  268. TTSSYF says:
    @No Tattoos

    The wokeness of Europeans is at least a third more disturbing.

    I’m up for laying low and riding it out in the countryside of the West, where I currently live.

    Agreed re Europe. And I’m doing the same in the Midwest.

  269. Our task is nation-building.

    A boomer take from a boomer. “Nation-building” = “domestic extremism” in the current year. Have fun on your FIB watch lists and no fly lists.

    Yeah, you’re a real George Washington all right..

  270. “When the Saxon learned to hate” the Kipling poem, should now be played over loudspeaker at 5a.m. (like the muslim call to prayer) all across this nation. A call to resistance! Defund the FBI! Trump won 2020! Hungry Joe and his despicable ho!

    • Agree: GeneralRipper
  271. Spanky says:
    @psbindy

    Political promises made usually do not turn into promises delivered. Just consider Ole Joe’s $2000 stimmy check promise.

    The more things change, the more they stay the same. It’s just the usual political bait and switch but it works, time and again, conning the rubes out of their [votes, money, lives, ect.]…

  272. @gay troll

    Actually the New Testament was written in Koine Greek and really is patterned after the Iliad (man gods of Achilles and Jesus) and the Odyssey (Paul’s wanderings and trials and tribulations). It is also uses the Hellenistic concept of body, mind, and soul in one person, a significant deviation from Judaism.

    It is not Judaic at all but Jews like to think it is and, unfortunately so do many uneducated Christians.

    • Replies: @troof
    , @Alden
  273. Spanky says:
    @meamjojo

    Trump crossed so many lines, there was no way he was going to be allowed to have a 2nd term. — meamjojo

    So, basically, you agree that we need farcical elections to keep the wrong people (as you and the political elite define them) out of office, no matter what the citizens think, desire and vote for…

    • Replies: @troof
    , @meamjojo
  274. I never expected anyone as good as Trump to be President, and I never expected much from other than just sitting there in the Oval Office enraging the Leftist Despicables.

    Everyone should realize this: God did not fall off His Throne just because the Despicable DemoRats
    and the demon-infested Satanic Globalists stole an election. God’s plan for your redemption, if you are amongst the Redeemed, is on track and going swimmingly. If you’re not redeemed, well, you’ll be sorry if you don’t rectify that situation.

    • Replies: @Thomas Pickering
  275. @TTSSYF

    All the information I have been able to find indicates that the population of illegals living in the US has been roughly stable around 11 million each year for the last decade. Trump saying he was going to get the 11 million illegals to “go back where they came from” was a false promise, (even if he intended it to happen) since the entire time he was in office not even a million were removed. Of course, statistics only tell you so much. But what they show in this case is that the rhetoric is mostly just that, rhetoric. The actual policies vary little from one administration to the next, because the president and elected officials are not the ones who actually rule. So the people who think trump is either their savior or their arch enemy are both wrong.

  276. @James Solbakken

    If you only see Democrats as bad and you see Trump as good then you really don’t see the problem we face. There are so many like you on the conservative right that do not realize that the entire political system in the USA is corrupt and Jewish owned. Both political parties are Jewish owned and are played against each other in a controlled opposition drama for the American people. Likewise all the major political leaders in both parties are merely puppets for the Jewish Snake which you do not even see. Your obsession with the “evil Democrats” makes you blind to the reality that the entire political system in the USA is a drama. Regardless of which political party appears to have control of the U.S. Government, in reality the Jewish Snake rules the USA and has ever since the JFK assassination. I really wish you would wake up. Here is a post from my Blog that talks about the Jewish Snake owning the U.S. Political System and this is the reason that Revolution is the only Solution.

    https://strangerinajewishworld.blogspot.com/2021/01/where-we-stand-in-this-post-i-am-not.html

    • Replies: @James Solbakken
  277. By-tor says:
    @Ashley H

    The Republic was already shot and wounded well before Trump came onto the scene. The Roosevelt Admin. gave the Ivy League Trotskyite nation-wreckers the keys to the country 87 years ago. Trump was not an establishment-controlled opposition figure, but he was controlled by the establishment because of his verbal opposition to their licentiousness and greed. Biden just signed 27 executive orders in a day-and-a-half expanding the authority of the federal gov’t to intervene into our private affairs and limit civil liberties. Trump opposed those measures. The System itself is a tightening noose around the necks of the People.

  278. @Icy Blast

    Christian Zionism from an anti-interventionist Episcopalian? What’s your evidence? I have watched Tucker Carlson for years and I can’t recall anything from him sounding remotely like Christian Zionism, and I think I certainly would have noticed.

  279. Adûnâi says: • Website
    @Dr. Robert Morgan

    > “As I recall from previous exchanges, you yourself are such a worshiper, aren’t you?”

    Your memory seems to betray you – it was you who were defending the idea that modern civilisation values efficiency above all, and thus employs Christianity as a tool in aiding this goal. I, however, posited that our civilisation is Christian for the sake of it, not even efficient, let alone racist.

    > “Isn’t improving racial IQ one of your goals?”

    Literally in the previous message, I wrote that a true racist would wager on his race, no matter its standing among other populations according to some idealist metric such as IQ. No, I don’t worship IQ, as I don’t worship civilisation for its own sake. I will even tell you that if lowering IQ (or beating children) would increase the chance of survival for the population, I would support it. Because that is the point of materialist philosophy – survival, not adherence to ideas.

    > “By using the word “agenda” I think you are slipping in an idealist metric through the back door.”

    In my materialist brain, agenda equals survival, the same way religion and ideology are the same. But you are correct, the word may be confused for an idealist jargon – “the happiness of the people”, “the economic interests of the state”, they all sound different to a Christian. After all, there is nothing wrong with thralldom, for example, but idealists leave said thralls alive and let them replace them!

    > ” A sincere pursuit of this agenda will likely involve changing the race (e.g., raising IQ, and other modifications), thus destroying the very thing you hypocritically say you are trying to preserve.”

    That’s sophism. Obviously, the term “race” is fluid, it’s just that it doesn’t need to be precise when taking this large a scale. But if you want to delve into details, yes, technically, it is the genealogy that is preserved, the family line. Man himself is a descendant of a tiny rodent multiplied by the dinosaurs’ misfortune. Looking this way, even non-biological constructs might be deemed “descendants” of modern man in the chain of cause and effect… Nobody is trying to freeze the flow of the river, that’s absurd. But you can change the chemical composition of the water and the direction of the stream.

  280. @Thomas Pickering

    “If you only see Democrats as bad and you see Trump as good”

    I’m aware that nothing is as it seems. I don’t trust Trump. But just going by the superficial appearance of things, there is no comparison between the obviously wicked DemonicRats and the enigmatic Trump. If you go by the party platforms, there can be no argument about who stands for the worst things possible.

    • Replies: @Thomas Pickering
  281. @James Solbakken

    If you always choose the lesser of two evils then you guarantee that all you will ever get is the lesser of two evils. Is that the kind of country you want to live in? At some point you have to stand up and say that I am not going to participate in a controlled opposition circus. I hope you will see the light.

    • Agree: Spanky
    • Replies: @James Solbakken
  282. aspnaz says:

    Trump gave us hope because, for a brief moment, it appeared as if US democracy was real and that anyone could become President.

    How naive we were back then! The powers that be had let their guard down, been caught out in their arrogance, they had assumed that HRC, their choice, would be next. They had not done their jobs properly, they had not stuffed HRC’s ballot boxes with enough fake votes. How embarrassing, you are a billionaire and you show how inept you really are to all your untermenschen. The billionaires cocked up but they were going to make amends. The 2020 election steal was the amended democracy, the real democracy.

    • Replies: @troof
  283. troof says:
    @Icy Blast

    Christian Zionism is the only reality, like all other Zionism. America is founded on Zionism, and the Regime is directly descended from George Washington, not the obsolete truck flag wavers of latter day immigration waves. The “elites” are the only heritage, not the lower middle moron. This idea of a “European American” is almost accidentally correct, because it relates to something fundamentally continental, the opposite of atlantic. The mob of subnationals from corners of Europe, none of them grasping the simplicity and accuracy of English Common Law standards.

    That mass of thick, heavy beer gutted men and their stumpy frumpy women on Jan. 6th was a throwback to the middle ages, the same kind of peasant rabble the knights were used to put down with sword and horse. Little has changed, except now they are finally going to disappear with enough time.

    • Replies: @Icy Blast
  284. Adûnâi: “I, however, posited that our civilisation is Christian for the sake of it, not even efficient, let alone racist.”

    To prove its efficiency, I cited the fact that Christianity has been a substantial influence on white culture, and led to the creation of a technological empire, currently the largest and wealthiest in the world. Describing it in this way puts it in an historical context, and implies certain causal relations. But just to say it’s Christian “for the sake of it” doesn’t explain anything. You assert it’s not efficient, but if it’s not, then whence came its success? You have no answer.

    Adûnâi: “I will even tell you that if lowering IQ (or beating children) would increase the chance of survival for the population, I would support it. Because that is the point of materialist philosophy – survival, not adherence to ideas.”

    By the same token, I think you must agree that if you thought raising IQ would increase the chance of survival of the race, you’d support it. But that is the meritocrat position, the IQ fetishist position that you are here trying to deny you share.

    Adûnâi: “Man himself is a descendant of a tiny rodent multiplied by the dinosaurs’ misfortune. Looking this way, even non-biological constructs might be deemed “descendants” of modern man in the chain of cause and effect… ”

    Here we differ, and that’s because you are defining the word “man” is some personal, idiosyncratic, metaphysical sense. I always use it in a biological/taxonomic sense, which is its ordinary meaning. But I think its fundamentally absurd to think that if, in the transhumanist future, man replaces himself with machines, that he continues to exist. If, say, we kill all tigers on Earth and replace them with animatronic robots, have we preserved tigers from extinction? No, of course not.

    Adûnâi: “Nobody is trying to freeze the flow of the river, that’s absurd. But you can change the chemical composition of the water and the direction of the stream. ”

    That’s where having an agenda comes in; where your idealism enters. You want to change the race according to some preconceived ideas of your own, and evidently think technology will aid you in this. But it’s quite obvious that the greatest threat to the survival of discrete races is that very same technology. As I’ve pointed out on numerous occasions, it was technological “Progress” that tore down the geographic barriers that allowed races to come into existence in the first place. Hybridization, the death of race, is encouraged by the consequent mixing of populations. Only the worldwide collapse of the technological system can re-establish those barriers and stop the death of the white race through hybridization. And as if that weren’t enough, only such a collapse will prevent a transhumanist future in which man replaces himself with machines.

  285. troof says:
    @aspnaz

    that anyone could become President

    That is the whole problem: what kind of nobility is there where anyone can become President?

    Try learning the 12th Amendment, and something about the Electoral College. You STILL think elections are decided by popular votes?? It’s almost 50-50 throughout the USA, so we TAKE TURNS. Donald Trump disrupted that standard, which is unacceptable.

    This is why originally, there was no “popular vote” for President at all: it is supped to be a matter for the State legislatures. The “popular vote” is just a temperature poll. The Commonwealth of Biden clearly has far more support than Trumpistan, because the Republicans don’t want him either: it was 2-1 in the House and 9-1 in the Senate to certify Mr. Joe B. Good on them, at least they have enough class to throw out the greasy intruders and rebellious subhumans.

    • Replies: @aspnaz
  286. troof says:
    @davidgmillsatty

    If the NT is Greek this is founded in the Hebrew OT, because everything goes back to the source. What happens when myth becomes life in the singularity? Christianity is very real and the proof is in the effect on everyone’s development. The New Testament is said to “fulfil” the Old Testament.

    • Replies: @davidgmillsatty
  287. troof says:
    @Spanky

    Nobody wanted Trump in “office” least of all Trump and his followers. Nobody “voted” for either Trump or Biden. The States make Electoral Certificates which are transmitted to the Senate for review and objection under the 12th Amendment.

    The Congress on the simple majority of both Houses can throw out any combination of the just 538 electoral votes in existence and seat either candidate, or neither candidate. If nobody is seated by March 4th the Vice President becomes President. How did the rules of corporate boardrooms become a tribal fantasy for your people?

    Too much tee vee, and slathering after “elites”. Try minding your own business, you and all these “citizens” who are not qualified to have opinions about the federal government.

    It’s supposed to filter through the State governments and then the assent of Congress, just like in the British system. The 12th Amendment, impeachment and removal from office are just forms of voting “no confidence”: the fundamental principle since the English Civil War in 1640 is that the Assembly is above the Executive. Meanwhile your WHOLE TRIBE got it backwards AGAIN, because you want a “strongman”.

    That doesn’t make you “citizens”, it makes you a rabble of incompetent villagers from the Middle Ages. What you really need to become GREAT AGAIN is a time machine.

    • Replies: @Spanky
    , @Alden
  288. Spanky says:
    @troof

    My, my aren’t you the entitled little wannabe elitist…

    Thank you for your learned rant about the ins and outs of a system designed to perpetuate despotic rule over us unworthy, and certainly deplorable, citizens… ahem, excuse me, mere peasants, living in the lands between the shining seas.

    To be perfectly honest, however, I must confess to neither being a Trump acolyte nor a consumer of mass popular culture programmed via the one-eyed-god. But, as for your assertion “Nobody wanted Trump in “office” least of all Trump and his followers”, there seem to be tens of millions of the great unwashed whom might dare disagree with your high-handed statement on their behalf.

    But you are right, these are my people — even the ones deluded enough to attack their fellows on behalf of the powers that be, wittingly or unwittingly. Rather than mock and slander us, carrying water for a self-entitled faux nobility, why not drop this sarcastic and vicious facade and join us? Or might you have a spare billion or so in loose change? Else you’re merely a grasping tool scrambling for scraps from their tables by turning on your fellows.

    Moreover, if I’m not mistaken, aren’t our recently installed rulers interested in eliminating these protections from the democratic mob you’ve so kindly illuminated for we, the peasants? Isn’t it considered an anachronism in the current halls of federal power — an obstacle to a permanent urban multicultural utopia? Perhaps you should educate them, rather than us, on the dangers inherent in allowing peasants such unfettered access to the vote — they might actually begin to believe it counts for something and form a mobocracy.

    And lastly, considering all the rank lies, half-truths and propaganda which pass for information these days, it is refreshing to see you eschew hypocrisy and openly acknowledge that the names printed on Presidential ballots are essentially meaningless. All that matters is that we symbolically consent to our despotic rule via the ritual of voting — legitimizing our governance in our own minds — since the outcome is predetermined.

    • Replies: @troof
  289. @TTSSYF

    No other group is doing close to the damage jews are doing. Not even a little close. Jews deserve everything said about them and they are going to deserve the punishment they have coming. Innocent jews can be collateral damage like all the dead Arabs killed in jew inspired wars.

    Comparing jew bad apples to other groups bad apples is as dishonest as the day is long.

  290. aspnaz says:
    @troof

    Nobility belongs in aristocracy, not democracy. Two entirely different systems.

  291. MaryLS says:

    Tump “will be go down in history as America’s most hated man.” No. He will not. It should be obvious to many that Trump is beloved by many and has millions of supporters. Future generations will have the luxury of being more nuanced in their assessment of Trump. Love him or hate him, he has been a force to be reckoned with and his importance will be viewed with respect yo what he stood for. He stood for America First, for the people’s voice and against world government. I think Trump will go down as one of America’s most heroic Presidents.

  292. A Citizen says:

    Is the Election Over Yet? Not Necessarily.
    Despite appearances, Joe Biden has not been legally elected, and we don’t know who really won.
    The certification of the Electoral College votes on January 6th violated due process, because the Democratic Party acquitted its own self of the charges of fraud. Thanks to Amendment IX, neither Congress nor even the Constitution itself may override due process.
    What we need is to pinpoint areas where fraud most likely occurred – at the precinct, district or state level – and demand repeat elections there to overturn – or to confirm – the results.
    Only in this way can the office of the President achieve political legitimacy.

    12 Reasons to Cancel the Change of Power .

    [MORE]

    1. The Constitution, like all just laws, provides no protection for fraud. If there is reason to believe fraud and irregularities may have changed the outcome, this must be resolved beyond a reasonable doubt, before proceeding with “business as usual.”
    2. If this is forgotten, the powers of the state and the law will be used to condone fraud, which is unconscionable.
    3. The right to a fair election is a basic right of the people, of eligible voters and of the candidates.
    4. Amendment IX specifically states that no provision of the Constitution shall be construed to deny the rights of the people — such as this right to a fair election, and to due process.
    5. The Vice President and Congress violated due process on January 6th, by following the unsuitable provisions of Amendment XII for rejecting objections to the Electoral College vote count. This allowed the Democratic Party to wear several hats at once: suspect in the fraud accusations, plus judge and jury in the decision to dismiss objections. No one is ever entitled to decide a case where they are the accused.
    What the Framers of the Constitution had in mind in Amendment XII was town-hall democracy. They had warned against political parties or factions, those cartels for the control of political power, because parties represent primarily their own interests, rather than representing those of the people, which undermines the very basis of a Republic. Parties are nowhere recognized by the Constitution.
    6. Under criminal law, every citizen who suspects a crime has the right and the duty to expose and if possible, to oppose it. By assenting to or facilitating fraud, one becomes an accomplice thereto.
    On January 6th Vice President Pence announced, “with significant allegations of voting irregularities and numerous instances of officials setting aside state election law, I share the concerns of millions of Americans about the integrity of this election.” With this knowledge Pence had to halt the proceeding, not give it over to the suspects to decide for themselves.
    7. The Constitution is a civil code, and does not devise detailed procedures for criminal cases. These are for the actors to set right, so the matter can become subject to civil law.
    8. No legal standing is required to report crimes, it is a public duty. The Supreme Court erred in dismissing the complaint by the State of Texas on grounds of lack of standing. SCOTUS should take on this case, as it involves a major dispute between different branches of government.
    9. The people and the federal government are principals, who have delegated the election of their representatives to the states, who are their agents. The principal always has the right to have the work done to the standards of probity. What must prevail is the realization that if work has been done wrong, it must be put right.
    10. In many states with contested results, the states had allegedly been influenced recently by corrupt interests to change their laws, allowing large numbers of illegitimate ballots. Many states do not keep their voting rolls in order. In some cases, the voter turnout exceeded 100% of the eligible voting population. These improper practices violated the mutual obligations and the checks and balances between those states and the Republic.
    11, As a practical matter, it is impossible to verify the validity of millions of ballots cast under these improper conditions warned against by the Carter-Baker Commission.
    12, Congress showed it is not qualified to adjudicate objections to the Electoral College vote under Amendment XII, also by failing to enact the recommendations of the Carter-Baker Commission on Federal Election Reform in 2005, or those of HR 1946 in 2019. It is evident that a majority in Congress have no interest in fair elections. Congress itself is suspected of buying votes. How can it be the judge?
    Thus the only way to overcome objections is to hold repeat elections in full compliance with Carter-Baker, etc., so that election results are fair beyond a reasonable doubt.
    To make matters even worse, Congress was stampeded to its decision by the bizarre provocations surrounding the protests at the Capitol on Jan. 6th.
    Solutions
    The People have an inalienable right to a fair and true election. This right transcends legal formalities, which is confirmed by Amendment IX and by our inborn sense of justice.
    If this right is denied us in the first instance, we have the right to demand it in a repeat election. A disputed election, which is resolved by a new vote, is similar to a mistrial, which is remedied by a retrial.
    There are insurmountable practical impossibilities in reconstructing what the real vote should have been. Moreover, due to the prevalence of the two-party system and other forms of corrupt influence, we cannot sincerely rely on any of our institutions to repair the election. When the people’s representatives fail, the responsibility goes back to the people themselves. The Retrial must be decided by the People.
    Repeat elections with anti-fraud safeguards are the only clear way to eliminate fraud beyond a reasonable doubt.
    There should be no mail-in votes in the repeat elections. A forensic election requires maximum probity. Each illegitimate vote cancels out a rightful vote, violating real voting rights. Also, if there is a significant difference between mail-in and in-person votes, doubt will remain and we will still have a hung election. Let only the people’s true voice be heard.
    Only the people, as the ultimate sovereign of the state, have the right to vote for their own interests. Any solution other than a repeat vote by the people gives our rights to officials who do not have this right.
    Anti-fraud safeguards should include the following recommendations: those of the Carter-Baker Commission on Federal Election Reform, Tulsi Gabbard’s bill HR 1946 requiring a paper trail for voting machines, and the open-source, self-auditing vote tally proposed in the full version of this article at http://thesaker.is/the-rule-of-law-over-fraud-biden-election-may-be-illegal-as-four-basic-legal-principles-ignored/
    We need to identify the precincts or districts where abnormal voting patterns indicate fraud was likely, and start the campaign for repeat elections there. It will take good, detailed data to gain the support of experts, the public and the Supreme Court. As noted in the full article just cited,
    “For this purpose, the Federal Election Commission should publish a tabulation by precinct for the contested swing states, comparing the results between 2016 and 2020, giving percentages of voter turnout, and of votes for each party and presidential candidate, broken down by in-person, mail-in and absentee ballots, in order to confirm or allay the suspicions raised, and to identify which precincts are most in need of repeat voting.”
    Conservative media have reported on many anomalies, for instance The Gateway Pundit with an extensive “Complete List of Suspected Fraud Issues.” These may also be helpful in targeting repeat election efforts.

  293. Anonymous[119] • Disclaimer says:
    @Montefrío

    Hit a nerve there on you old fool?

  294. THE WHO ANNOUNCES THE PLANDEMIC IS ‘OVER’ NOW THAT THE BIDEN REGIME IS INSTALLED


  295. Alden says:
    @anonymous

    The military has been into affirmative action for decades Re: officer promotions. The idea is recruit lieutenants promote some to captains and a few to majors. Then they are out. That way most will never make it to colonel and general.

    Under Biden and his democrat successor the situation will get worse. White boycott of the military is an excellent idea. I hope it succeeds.

    Q. What’s the battle cry of the Israeli Army?
    A. Onward Christian Soldiers

  296. Alden says:
    @troof

    What’s with your silly little Middle School history lesson? History, not the way elections evolved.

    • Replies: @troof
  297. @Thomas Pickering

    It’s the nature of humanity that leaves us only the options of one evil or another. I’m sure I would vote for you over Trump, but, you were not running, so, what the hell is a voter supposed to do?

    Also, we are talking about voting here. I have NEVER had the opportunity to vote for ANYONE who reflected my own specific views anywhere near perfectly on politics, government, law, etc.

    I think what you should say is we should never compromise on what we believe to be true, but instead always stand up for it with courage and conviction. If to you that means never voting, then, I can respect that. I don’t think much of voting either.

    I agree more with HL Mencken, who said, famously, “The voters should get everything they voted for, in spades, good and hard, until it grinds them to powder.”

    • Agree: GomezAdddams
    • Replies: @Spanky
  298. Wally says:
    @stevennonemaker88

    Some clarity:

    – ca. 30% of all federal prison inmates are illegal aliens, most guilty of murder, violent crimes

    – those coming here obviously agree that their countries are indeed ‘shitholes’, otherwise they would stay at home, this is also revealing:

    Ugandan President Backs Trump’s ‘Shithole’ Comments: ‘He Speaks to Africans Frankly’: http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2018/01/23/ugandan-president-backs-trump-shithole-comments-he-speaks-to-africans-frankly/

    – Yes, it appears that Obama did do at least one thing right

    Regards.

    • Replies: @stevennonemaker88
  299. Spanky says:
    @James Solbakken

    Both Mencken’s trenchant observation and your question “… so, what the hell is a voter supposed to do?” are directly on point considering that all voters actually do in an election is ratify one or the other party’s wealth primary.

    Up thread at comment #298, A Citizen notes: “[T]he Framers … warned against political parties or factions, those cartels for the control of political power, because parties represent primarily their own interests, rather than representing those of the people, which undermines the very basis of a Republic. Parties are nowhere recognized by the Constitution.”

    Yet the two privately-owned parties wield a political monopoly over our governance and discourse. They are gatekeepers guarding the entrance to and entirety of our political life. As Troof notes in comment #291: “… You STILL think elections are decided by popular votes?? It’s almost 50-50 throughout the USA, so we TAKE TURNS. … The “popular vote” is just a temperature poll.”

    You might disagree with his assessment, and can protest all you want, but he’s not wrong.

    As far as the political parties’ owners are concerned, the most important part of voting is the ritual itself — that you publically and symbolically consent to being ruled by whomever they select as your governors — that we legitimize their governance in our minds.

    If you always choose the lesser of two evils then you guarantee that all you will ever get is the lesser of two evils. Is that the kind of country you want to live in? At some point you have to stand up and say that I am not going to participate in a controlled opposition circus.Thomas Pickering, comment #287.

    “[W]e should never compromise on what we believe to be true, but instead always stand up for it with courage and conviction.”James Solbakken

    It’s time to reject the parties’ political monopoly, their stranglehold on our political life and governance. Perhaps, next time you enter a voting booth, you should cast your ballot for None of the Above.

    • Replies: @James Solbakken
  300. akouo says:

    “Trump supporters, you are arriving at the place I reached long ago. ” There it is, the line that every deluded ego can’t resist adding to make sure everyone knows who the ‘wise one’ is!
    Here’s some ‘wisdom’ for you: Start by thinking about Joe/Kamala as being a modern version of George Washington because that is actual truth. If you do, like you claim, see the whole rotting corpse of the ‘American experiment’ then stop filtering through the fairy tale of its inception. America was foisted on a happy and spoiled colonial population by a tiny handful of armed thugs who, through lies and deceit and plain old bullying managed to form a reasonable sized gang. Was it as much as 15% of the colonists who actually took part? That isn’t democracy. How many fled to Canada to remain as part of the British protectorate? This theme of a tiny violent minority dictating to an otherwise happy majority has been constant since 1776 and will remain so, if you make a structure out of wood but pretend it is stone you really should understand why it is so easy to set fire to.
    Liberate yourselves, abandon your fairytale foundation myths and know that it is the jews causing all of your misery.

    • Replies: @troof
    , @Luus Kanin
  301. troof says:
    @Spanky

    It’s not “hypocrisy”, it’s a mathematical system that works according to its programming. The federal government is a treaty union of 50 states, limited by the Constitution of 1789. This federal sovereignty has very little contact with the commoners, and it is not a “despot”. You are literally complaining about the ordination of a tee vee channel.

    The idea that you are entitled to personal validation in the minor executive office of “U.S. President” comes from generations of manufacturing national identity for “immigrants” and other people migrating into cities for the last 100 years or so. When the system worked as it was intended, nobody can even remember the name of these “presidents”, outside of dull history books they make us read in elementary school.

    • Replies: @Spanky
  302. troof says:
    @akouo

    There was vast support for the American Revolution and probably strongest among the back country people who were violently assaulted by the Indians led and supplied by British officers and agents. Many people were indifferent either way, and many people who were just outside of the conflict altogether.

    There was always “democracy” in the Colonies, which just means “rule by the citizens”. It’s not an opinion pol or asking randos what they “think” on television. And the time comes when opinions diverge, one part will take power against the opposition. “Democracy” does not mean “enforced merger”, it is only describes the political standing in members of the body-politic.

    The “founding myth” is in the 100 million retards who showed up later and thought they could “join” some imaginary nation that is completely alien to their way of life or mentality. Be free and settle the continent, that is the entitlement of American citizenship, not a projection fantasy grabbed at the very lowest hanging fruit.

    • Replies: @Alden
  303. troof says:
    @Alden

    It’s the foundation of what’s really going on: why does the Trump rabble grasp at identity straws made out of arcane constitutional politics? You seem to think this was an “election”, but it conflicts with the history that underlines the process. It makes absolutely no sense that the average moron would have any input into something like a “U.S. President”, which is just the chief executive for a federal government of 50 States.

    Muh Presidency is NOT “the highest office in the land”, nor should any “office” be of much concern to the masses of beer bellies and fat housewives from suburban villages. The “President” is not a popular leader, a saviour of the masses, or the “boss” of anyone. What is being called “drain the swamp” is really “destroy the Constitution” and subvert the USA for the benefit of other empires.

    In Europe nobody polled the peasants to see who should be King, or even Governor. The popular vote is just the means adopted to take a public temperature: most Trump voters would be disqualified under the original standards anyway: no property, no history, illiterates, and too mean. All you need to know is that Congress is Supreme and it is the 1st branch of federal government, which has very little to do with most people anyway.

    • Replies: @Alden
  304. @Just another serf

    Align the political trajectory with the rise of television, accelerate the change with the rise of social media.

  305. @Spanky

    “It’s time to reject the parties’ political monopoly, their stranglehold on our political life and governance. Perhaps, next time you enter a voting booth, you should cast your ballot for None of the Above . ”

    What are political parties anyway? The problem is not parties, but the criminals who control them. And why do criminals control the parties? Because regular people are toofa king stupid to do anything different. People let themselves be brainwashed by government skools and mind-controlled by mass media propaganda such that they have no capacity for independent thought.

    Whilst I’ve never in my 40 years of voting ever voted for a Demonic Rat, I’ve only voted for Republicans occasionally. I used to mostly vote for Libertarians, then I voted for AIP/Constitution Party. I have also not voted, which I must tell you didn’t do any more good than voting did.

    By the time voting comes around, it’s too late. The time to make a difference is long before the voting starts. And the way to have influence over voting is just like any other kind of influence, you have to be able to relate to the person you’re trying to influence. You have to understand how coalitions work. In my 40 years of trying to influence politics and form coalitions, I’ve found the biggest obstacle to be the arrogance and stubborn pigheadedness of the better informed rather than the complacency of the ignorant and stupid. My own views are very much different from what the majority thinks or is ever likely to think, but, I understand enough to know who I can coalesce with and who I cannot. I cannot ever coalesce politically with Demonic Rats, they are too demonic, and they are such dirty rats. I could, potentially, coalesce ideologically with Republicans. If you can’t understand how that can be, then, well, I will refrain from characterizing you with my usual epithets.

    • Replies: @Spanky
  306. @joe tentpeg

    You underestimate the power of propaganda to destroy reality and reprogram humans. The Jews are masters of it and create and destroy reality to to serve their will on a regular basis. In 2014 people believed endless evil wars of the evil American empire were bad, by 2016 the guy saying we need to end endless and corrupt wars of the evil American empire was bad literally made into hitler and liberals were reprogrammed to support probably the most evil man in American history to ever become president.

    Wars to profit Jews and Judases, and dead brown people Incoming.

  307. Biden’s phony homespun type of speech is sickening. It reminds me of a third world politician who brings a truck load of blankets to some small town and distributes them among the poor, so they will vote for him. I believe that the vast majority of Americans with any intelligence at all, see right through him despite a massive and equally phony as he is, establishment media supporting him 24/7.. Forget about Kamala Harris. She’s so absurd that she didn’t have enough support to even finish in the left’s primaries and for that matter, Biden was way down in the list of candidates also. These were not popular people. Draw your own conclusions.

  308. @Wally

    I think the point of my post flew over your head. The point is that what trump is loved/hated for allegedly doing never even happened. US politics is rhetoric and theater; the real controllers are the (((banksters))) and other un-elected oligarchs. Playing there phony game of red vs blue is a fool’s errand.

    If you want to argue immigration (actually weaponized mass immigration and racial replacement) that is another topic.

  309. A.K.Patal says:

    It is sad that Gregory Hood spilled so much ink, and all that he could come up is an appeal to the color of his skin. There are no ideas, no vision, no strategy to uplift the people or fix what is broken. Identity politics from A–Z. Unbeknown to him is the fact that is the game that those who control America set up. And he is just playing that game. Knowingly or not.

  310. @Liza

    Work for the night is coming is a line from an old Protestant hymn.

    • Thanks: Liza
  311. mcohen says:

    why everyone assumes trump wanted another 4 years is beyond me.

    for sure biden/harris,the old fox and the hen,definitely political animals,but trump never.he is a powerball man.lol

    • Replies: @Getaclue
  312. scamDemic says:

    I have just posted a new video, that exposes some unknown facts pertaining to the scamdemic. 4 of my prior videos have been removed by YouTube, but this one is still up and posted, for the moment anyway. I recommend everyone watch it, because most people are believing the wrong things. Enjoy

    • Replies: @Getaclue
  313. Getaclue says:
    @Robert Dolan

    I’ve come to believe Trump was always controlled opposition, he probably owed the Banksters or they had something on him — so many completely insane appointments and other moves– not buying he was clueless — if Clinton tried to set us up where we are now there would have been massive push back — but Trump did it by “blundering” — the Mafia often uses the best “friend” as the killer of the made Mafioso they have targeted — I think they did this to us and he played his part — scripted, he is after all an actor — these links are worth considering:

    https://www.barnhardt.biz/2021/01/23/guest-post-king-con/

    The Q psyop would indicate a number of those close to Trump were in on putting the knife into the Right — lifetime Democrat Flynn? Big Q pusher– he couldn’t be that stupid?:
    http://www.informationliberation.com/?id=62008

  314. Getaclue says:
    @geokat62

    Trump was controlled opposition — if Clinton tried to do what he did for the NWO to the opposition in the USA the push back would have been fierce, post Trump decent citizens who oppose the Globalist Satanic NWO are “terrorists” “extremists” — Trump pulled this off by “blundering”, if this can be believed? — the whole thing was scripted from day one:

    https://www.barnhardt.biz/2021/01/23/guest-post-king-con/

    The Q bs was all part of the con — Gen. Flynn was in on it — could he be that clueless? No.
    http://www.informationliberation.com/?id=62008

    The NWO via the UN and elsewhere has stated for years (and Soros too) the USA must be destroyed to usher in the NWO One World Government — they used Trump to set up this final stage, our “friend”…no doubt he owed big favors to the Rothschild Banksters given his very checkered past — the Russian Jewish Mafia guy buying the house in Palm Beach for the nutty over price? Trump was part of the “team”. Nope. Not buying this wasn’t all scripted from day one….

  315. Getaclue says:
    @mcohen

    In fact Dershowitz and some others actually stated he DIDN’T want it….He was controlled opposition and his job was done….

  316. Getaclue says:
    @scamDemic

    Bill Gates admitted to CNBC in an interview in 2019 that he was in fact a Satanist. He stated he was involved in “spells” and was a “minor Wizard”. — Most “normals” don’t know that a “minor Wizard” like a “High Wizard” is a grade of Satanist. Former High Wizard Zachary King, who stated he worked with Gates and that Gates is a Satanist, has outlined this — it is on the Padre Peregrino website. Anyone who lets Gates or his NWO Satanic buddies — Fauci et al– put a needle in them is a special kind of stupid. Ask Hank Aaron? Oh yeah….Here are the links.

    https://www.cnbc.com/2019/07/07/bill-gates-says-jobs-was-a-wizard-in-getting-staff-to-keep-apple-alive.html

    https://padreperegrino.org/2020/10/kingfinalaud/

    Gates put a known Satanist “artist” out as a spokesperson for Microsoft this last Good Friday during the Pandemic. Who would do this? Why? https://vigilantcitizen.com/latestnews/microsoft-releases-and-deletes-an-ad-with-elite-occultist-marina-abramovic/

    Gates’ wife wore an upside down Crucifix on National TV — What is she telling us?: https://www.barnhardt.biz/2020/05/11/one-of-the-things-satanists-are-required-to-do-at-a-certain-point-of-advancement-is-to-start-openly-manifesting-their-satanism/

  317. Spanky says:
    @James Solbakken

    Whilst I’ve never in my 40 years of voting ever voted for a Demonic Rat, I’ve only voted for Republicans occasionally. I used to mostly vote for Libertarians, then I voted for AIP/Constitution Party. I have also not voted, which I must tell you didn’t do any more good than voting did. — James Solbakken

    Too bad you have eyes which cannot see…

    • Replies: @James Solbakken
  318. geokat62 says:

    “The challenge we have is one of homegrown terror” I ADL CEO Jonathan Greenblatt CBS Sunday Morning

  319. geokat62 says:

  320. @Icy Blast

    The old testament itself proves that the ideology of Yahweh as the one universal God and the Jews as his chosen people, was completely made up for political purposes during the time of exile in the Persian empire by the Jewish Scribes.

    But Christian fundamentalists can’t seem to admit this was not written by “God”. They can’t understand that Scribes wrote these books, not some invisible God named Yahweh.

    I like Tucker but if he’s one of these Christian Zionists, his usual rational and logical mind becomes suspended when he goes to church. Sad.

  321. ccoffer says:

    Beautifully written as always.

    Proud of your boy. UHURU!

  322. Art says:

    Executive orders and — Unity – UNITY – UNITY????

    Hmm – you middleclass folks – Joe says, you must unify with the politically favored class of US haters for the sake of UNITY.

    WHY should we?

    ChinaJew Biden gives America’s haters executive order signatures. Paris Accords for the enviro elite and China. Open borders for the elite corporations and the Jews. Stops pipeline and looking for oil (which benefits NO one). Import Arabs for the Jew divide and conquer goals.

    None of the executive orders do anything for the middleclass – PERIOD!

    Biden doesn’t even know what he is signing.

    HOT MIC: Biden Says ‘I Don’t Know What I’m Signing,’ Signs Executive Order Anyway

    https://www.infowars.com/posts/hot-mic-biden-says-i-dont-know-what-im-signing-signs-executive-order-anyway/

    • Replies: @Incitatus
    , @Incitatus
  323. Anonymous[276] • Disclaimer says:
    @Enemy of Earth

    My hope and trust are in the One who made and sustains all things.

    For your kind there is no “One” in the strictest sense. There are clearly 2 numbers in your core creed. You pagan polytheists pick and choose whichever number suits your fancy at any particular time.

    So, let me correct that for you…

    My hope and trust are in the Three-persons-in-One who made and sustain all things.

    The devil is always in the little details.

  324. Spanky says:
    @troof

    Of course it’s hypocrisy…

    Oh dear, should I remove my hat when addressing my betters?

    That is the whole problem: what kind of nobility is there where anyone can become President?troof, comment #291.

    To what nobility do you refer — the bastard son of a Hot Springs, ahem, party girl? Or the dimwitted, drug abusing scion of an actual Nazi financier? Interesting that there is a Rockefeller connection in both cases, wouldn’t you say?

    And it’s not a mathematical system, but a political one… It works in whatever way our political masters decide it must in order to safeguard their interests. Our latest electoral irregularities and accompanying political theater / propaganda and censorship blitz proved this to millions of the peasants… And that it is so blatant, even clumsy, signifies not only desperation, but fear… of us.

    Moreover, the imperial Presidency has steadily expanded its executive power for more than a century, while Congress consistently abdicates its responsibilities and shirks its duty. When was the last time Congress declared war, as is its Constitutional duty, and in how many nations are our military forces now actively engaged in hostilities both overt and clandestine?

    And what are all those executive orders Old Joe is busy signing between naps? Hmmm, do they carry the force of law?

    Your obsession with Trump and the tee-vee is telling… But I do seem to remember a certain Senator warning Trump, near the beginning of his term, that he should not mess with the intelligence agencies because “they have six ways from Sunday to get back at you.” Might that be considered a seditious, even treasonous, threat?

    And you are correct, for the most part, the federal authorities have as little contact as possible with we commoners, as you so aptly describe us… Just every payday, when they bleed us for thirty to forty percent of our earnings. Or when, in a fit well propagandized patriotism, one of us enlists for a tour of duty at the tip of the spear where the blood becomes all too real.

    So you’ll pardon me if I consider the political uniparty despotic, since it is unresponsive to its subjects and horse-trading, as it does, the visible leadership roles between party wings to confuse those subjects as to their actual rulers while wrapping itself in Old Glory, patriotism and propaganda to achieve those rulers’ political and imperial ambitions. So you are right, yet again, the system is working as intended.

    Surely it’s time for tea… Give my best to GCHQ.

    • Replies: @troof
  325. Anonymous[276] • Disclaimer says:
    @Hartnell

    What you white supremacist mofers don’t appear to realise is that the racist and militant thought of your kind, as exemplified by the Capitol white terrorist riots, would eventually plunge the evilest of nations to ever exist, into a civil war.

    I would rejoiced that, but with Biden, as senile as he may be, there is a possibility of healing. America certainly dodged the bullet… for now.

    • Replies: @TTSSYF
  326. @akouo

    I don’t get the animosity for the founders. Especially if is based on your gobbledegook commentary. I could walk onto any number of colleges spewing out similar nonsense. But their audience is still in diapers. Reading drivel as this might give me a rash though. Biden as Washington? Come on man! Washington actually cared about his newly formed country and turned away from power when he chose not to run for a third term. James Madison wasn’t Jewish as far as I know, maybe you have a more recent DNA analysis from Ancestry, but I kind of have taken a shine to those Bill of Rights guaranteeing Americans certain liberties in relationship to their government. Maybe you not so much, if not, why not publish “The Jews Weren’t Gassed” in a German newspaper and see how that works out for you.

    • Replies: @Anon
  327. @Spanky

    “Too bad you have eyes which cannot see… ”

    What exactly do you mean by that? Are you saying that Demonic Rats don’t stink on dry ice? I never said I expected anything from Republicans, or any other party, or voting in general. What is it that you think I cannot see? Be specific, and precise, or else why would I not think you’re blithering?

    • Replies: @Spanky
  328. You arent calling for “anything illegal”. While everything youve described of our plight as a nation and a race is true , youve suggested nothing more than platitudes. Yet the title of this article suggests a sense of urgency and that we trump supporters need to DO something. You gave nothing more than a half paragraph of half measures while dismissing the idea of not paying taxes, which would be more effective than anything you suggested by far. In fact its about the last effective thing we can do short of open conflict.

    I predicted if they successfully installed Biden that they would legislate themselves permanant power. Take a look at their first Bill. Our problem is we are too shortsighted almost to the point of being naiive. Indeed, many of us are. We all need to understand what has happened and is happening paints a picture for the future. One can look at the escalation in rhetoric and actions and extrapolate from that, what is likely coming with some measure of certainty. Instead of doing this we sit here raging about what has happened. We engage in this game of whackamole positing ideas on how to fix something while our enemies are already proceeding to their next assault.

    So understand this everyone; we have targets on our backs. Not just whites but everyone not in the elite., we’re just first in line. They will do things that you may consider impossible now. But given the current trajectory of events, I have a good idea of whats to come., and the measures suggested in this article will do nothing to stop it. You can expect big tech censorship to be legislated and expanded to include sites just like this. Yes we are on borrowed time and i expect within 6 months sites like this will be forced to comply with official narratives or be taken offline or severely fined. You can expect national gun registration in less than that., confiscation within a year of certain guns, total confiscation of all firearms within 2 years. Expect restrictions and registration on other weapons like crossbows and airguns sometime in this timeline. Expect private property to have limitations and confiscation of property to begin within 3-4 years. Maybe sooner depending on how gun confiscation goes.

    What ive described is just for starters., you think merely laughing at their lunacy or “sticking together” will stop any of it? AT A MINIMUM STOP PAYING TAXES! You are financing your own demise. Further than that, everyone of you needs to learn every single thing you can about war and how to fight one., the instruments of war and how to make and use them. If you choose to DO something, make it worth it. Dont be the guy who gets nothing done but dies anyway and is smeared in death. Prepare yourself for whats to come and draw a line in the sand where you choose., and when they cross it, do what you must.

  329. Alden says:
    @troof

    From a middle school civics lesson to delusions of grandeur and aristocracy.

    • LOL: Spanky
  330. Alden says:
    @troof

    At the time of the revolution about 65 percent of the population were indentured servants and released firmer indentured servants. The revolutionary leadership was clustered on the coast

    The frontier people suffered greatly from Indian attacks during the revolution because the British army had to withdraw from the frontier to fight the revolutionary army on the coast. The frontiersmen resented this for obvious reasons.

    As soon as the revolution ended wanna be aristocrat Hamilton levied the whiskey tax to repay France for the money it loaned the revolutionaries. Wannabe aristocrat Washington led more troops against the whiskey rebel frontiersmen than he ever did against the British.

    • Replies: @troof
  331. Since the U.S. establishment media is a mouthpiece of the Biden administration, Americans will NEVER KNOW THE TRUTH OF WHAT IS GOING ON IN THEIR NATION OR WHAT IS REALLY HAPPENING TO THEM. On social media, millions have already stated either directly or by inference from their comments, HE’S NOT MY PRESIDENT.

  332. Spanky says:
    @James Solbakken

    Because you’re reacting and not thinking… I’m not your enemy nor attacking you, but am trying to get you to think outside both parties political box.

    My first suggestion, if you want a better understanding of the points I’m making, is to read my other posts in this thread (there aren’t that many), not just the ones posted to you.

    Now, where to begin…

    By the time voting comes around, it’s too late. The time to make a difference is long before the voting starts.James Solbakken, comment #311.

    Which is why we’re having this conversation now, two years before the mid-terms and four before the next Presidential contest.

    And the way to have influence over voting is just like any other kind of influence, you have to be able to relate to the person you’re trying to influence. You have to understand how coalitions work.James Solbakken, comment #311.

    We agree.

    Also, we are talking about voting here. I have NEVER had the opportunity to vote for ANYONE who reflected my own specific views anywhere near perfectly on politics, government, law, etc.James Solbakken, comment #303.

    Nor have I. Why?

    … the entire political system in the USA is corrupt …Thomas Pickering, comment #282.

    Whilst I’ve never in my 40 years of voting ever voted for a Demonic Rat, I’ve only voted for Republicans occasionally. I used to mostly vote for Libertarians, then I voted for AIP/Constitution Party. I have also not voted, which I must tell you didn’t do any more good than voting did.James Solbakken, comment #311.

    Again, I agree with both statements. But then…

    … regular people are toofa king stupid to do anything different.James Solbakken, comment #311.

    Edited, but your words, not mine. And what did I suggest doing? Something different.

    Perhaps, next time you enter a voting booth, you should cast your ballot for None of the Above.Spanky, comment #305.

    And why?

    As far as the political parties’ owners are concerned, the most important part of voting is the ritual itself — that you publically and symbolically consent to being ruled by whomever they select as your governors — that we legitimize their governance in our minds.Spanky, comment #305.

    Which is, pretty much, the ultimate triumph of propaganda — convincing us that their corrupt governance is legitimate by using the forms and symbols of democratic self-rule while gutting its substance behind the scenes.

    And what does None of the Above do? Reject all the candidates in an election. In effect, it publically and symbolically revokes your consent to be governed — it delegitimizes their governance.

    In my 40 years of trying to influence politics and form coalitions, I’ve found the biggest obstacle to be the arrogance and stubborn pigheadedness of the better informed rather than the complacency of the ignorant and stupid.James Solbakken, comment #311.

    And, once again, we agree.

  333. Alden says:
    @davidgmillsatty

    I don’t recall any magic babies born in the Iliad. Nor Joseph and Mary’s son leaving his home town of Nazareth to wander about preaching peace love and non violence.

    The Iliad was about a violent war of Greeks against Trojans. Killings killings and killings for 10 years then more killings rapes and enslavement of losers by the victors.

    • Replies: @davidgmillsatty
  334. Anon[264] • Disclaimer says:
    @Luus Kanin

    but I kind of have taken a shine to those Bill of Rights guaranteeing Americans certain liberties in relationship to their government.

    You may have taken a shine to the Bill of Rights, but the founders most certainly didn’t. They were forced to include it in the second draft of the constitution after all hell broke loose with the populace during states ratification.

    I mean, just look at the second amendment:

    “A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free State,
    the right of the People to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.”

    What bullshit legal speak is that?

    How about,

    ‘The right of the People to keep and bear arms of any sort shall not be infringed, ever, for any reason.’

    This place was done before it even got started, and the majority of the founding fathers (lawyers) were the worst of the lot.

    • Replies: @Luus Kanin
  335. meamjojo says:
    @Spanky

    There’s your problem right there in your response. Most “citizens” aren’t mentally qualified to be anything more than a janitor sweeping floors. They certainly shouldn’t be allowed to vote simply because they attained the status of “citizen” by virtue of birth or naturalization.

    • Replies: @Spanky
  336. TTSSYF says:
    @Anonymous

    What you white supremacist mofers don’t appear to realise is that the racist and militant thought of your kind, as exemplified by the Capitol white terrorist riots, would eventually plunge the evilest of nations to ever exist, into a civil war.

    I would rejoiced that, but with Biden, as senile as he may be, there is a possibility of healing. America certainly dodged the bullet… for now.

    And this, fellow Deplorables, is a good example of what passes as “thinking” on the political Left, and why our differences with them are irreconcilable.

    • Replies: @Tony massey
  337. @Hartnell

    Maybe “Trumpism” has nothing to do with Trump. Any movement that has the goal of correcting the mistake that is party politics would be more likely to gain influence without any figurehead at all.

    • Agree: Spanky
  338. Anastasia says:

    What contempt the media has for the people angered by what is happening. People fighting against all the wrongs committed are called “Trump supporters” . If Congress and the media acted in this way toward any President of the country, and toward its citizens, the people would be just as outraged as they are now. They have put every taxpayer in this country on some kind of hit list.

    Makes me wonder if the government really gets their money through taxes, or if drugs smuggling & money laundering is really how they are filling government’s coffers as well as their own pockets.

  339. @Defcon

    Little jackoffs like you love to talk smack about your elders, but none of you will talk the same smack to your elders. You pissants fear getting your asses whipped by some septuagenarian Boomer.

    Now, go tell that, you noobie troll.

  340. Spanky says:
    @meamjojo

    Perhaps you and troof should go on a date…

    Or at least share tea and biscuits during your breaks. You share similar thoughts about the representation, in governance, that ought be accorded to those taxed by that governance.

    FWIW, I’ve met legislators better suited to sweeping floors…

  341. @TTSSYF

    I agree. I can’t get my agree button to work.
    The great Werner Herzog said Americans were gonna learn that 1/3 of the pop would kill 1/3 of the pop and 1/3 would watch.
    I’m not in a position to argue with the great Werner Herzog. I respect his thoughts. I hope he is wrong.
    I don’t plan on watching.
    I’ll be one of the first that gets it.
    I don’t expect anything from life but death.
    Good luck to you, Sir

    • Replies: @TTSSYF
  342. scamDemic says:

    For all likeminded readers of this article, consider this video as a supplement to the above opinion.
    Cheers

  343. The Devil had his own day.
    Form the lines, boys.
    We fight.
    Again, good luck to you, Sir.
    I’m not really much of a believer. Recently, I’ve been starting my day off on my knees begging/praying for mercy.
    I consider it a strength.
    Get on your knees, Sir.
    I fear it’s coming.
    I’m not gonna like it

  344. ItsOnlyMe says:

    An Open Response to a Divisive Open Letter

    So right and so wrong at the same time. Of course Donald Trump was not perfect! No human being ever is, even leaders! The writer hits the nail on the head on so many things, but then sadly and unnecessarily makes the quintessentially conservative fatal mistake.

    No one with any sense expected Trump to be George Washington or Abraham Lincoln – we had no idea what we were getting in 2016. We only knew that our house was on fire and that we must do everything in our power to prevent the incendiary Hillary Clinton from rising to that position.

    And then Trump began to do the unexpected – he began to lead. Not only was he not Hillary, he was surprisingly conservative and principled. It was much more than we had expected or hoped. This writer seems to forget these things, or how for DECADES we conservatives have been betrayed!

    He seems to grasp that the patient (America, and more specifically American politics) is sick, but like so many misdiagnoses the illness. It is not a broken arm, or even a clogged artery that requires significant surgery. We have a deadly cancer. A growing, metastasizing killer in the body for which the cure has its own serious side effects. Trump was never an antibiotic or a vaccine – he was a radioactive poison that no one would ever go near – unless they are dying, that is.

    Yet he turned out to be much more toxic to the cancer and healing to the patient than we expected! Trump has his weaknesses (those damn Tweets!) but it is absurd to call the man weak! As Prager would say, Trump is a package, like all of us. The problem is, not only did Trump face opposition from the corrupt Left, he was sabotaged by the corrupt Right and often by those he appointed to carry out his policies. The deep state, the swamp – the cancer – was exposed to exist throughout the body, not just primarily on the Left!

    And how the cancer has fought back! The last thing we need to do is to accuse the cure of causing the cancer – all Trump did was to expose what we all suspected – what we knew to be there.

    The cancer is still the enemy!

    If those of us who still love the American dream and American values; of government by, of and for the people – ALL people – choose to fracture and splinter with this kind of foolish finger pointing and internal puritanistic partisanship, rather than to unite and stand behind a common cause, then we can kiss this experiment in freedom goodbye.

    Rather than splinter, we must coalesce, we must unite around the set of principles that made America the great hope of the world! We are right, after all! We have what works – we have all the advantage! We just have to stop behaving as if we have something to apologize for! Pass the message on to 3 or 4 or more like-minded friends, and ask them to do the same. If we do, no Twitter, no S’rrosse, no Google, no Amazon or any tech giant is bigger than the watershed that would be loosed.

    God save America!

  345. jsigur says:

    In the “staged event” called Charlottesville supposed White Nationalists became the domestic equivalent to al kaida

    Let us remember that al-kaida was created by the deep state, that 911 was a staged event, false flag to justify the new cold war called “fighting terror”, an effort that can never have total victory till a 1984 like conclusion occurs against the 99%.

    White Nationalists, as an organization, are not terrorists. The problematic operatives that are part of al-kaida or the current flavor of the month band of brothers are paid to scare the public and continue the justification for the war on terror.

    If many attacks are made within the US, in the coming days, it will all be orchestrated by the deep state for some agenda to herd ppl into the one world government camp and create the necessary increase in paranoia to do so (still a long ways away so, in the meantime, expect dysfunctionality by the overt leaders to assure all problems become magnified not handled)

    If any real attacks occur, by real opposition, they will either be ignored or demonized and lied about. The only true revolution that wasn’t some deep state psyop was the National Socialist rise to power in Weimar Germany that effectively stopped the intended bolshevikation that the deep state intended to have take over. The only violence that occurred with Hitler’s crew were the fighting the communists trying to disrupt their meetings ( That’s what we were doing till the too powerful deep state stepped in and declared us the enemy on Aug.13th, 2017, while ignoring the antics of the anti-fascists who most of the time caused the problems)

    I don’t pay attention to the staged events anymore so I can’t say if the woman killed on Jan 6th really died or like so many others, all around her were paid actors that helped make it look like she died (refer to the Boston Bombing videos for examples.
    Until enough of the public can see through the misdirection all those that don’t will oppose any measure to correct this crap and there is no hope.

    Playing along only reinforces the landscape created by the deep state. Most here are still fooled or play along so as not to hurt their career.

    And Big Brother thanks you!

    • Replies: @Tony massey
  346. C3PO says:

    I believe we should do as our founders did, formally withdraw our consent to be governed by this unlawful “democracy” called The United States. I do not advocate violence just as the founders did not declare war on the king. I believe a formal process where people of all groups, regardless of how they identify, who have reached the conclusion that their government no longer represents them should be devised. Break no laws, pay your taxes but refuse to support this illegitimate cleptocracy any way you can. And for God’s sake stop voting!!! By voting you are giving tacit authorization to the system. Your vote is meaningless anyway. Imagine the dilemma the rulers would face if no one showed up to vote!

    • Agree: Robjil
  347. @jsigur

    It was absolutely all staged. Ashli Babbitt never existed. All done by Hollywood. Boston bombing…totally fake. Las Vegas? Fake. Those people didn’t actually die. Completely staged.They were paid actors. Sandy Hook? Fake. No kids died there.geez, who would kill kids? The deep state.
    The whole world is fake.
    Ron Unz is a psy-op. He’s just sucking you on.
    Be smart.
    Nothing is real

    Your own thoughts are completely controlled. None of them are real.
    This message isn’t real. You’re just imagining it.
    We need you leading out front, guy. We can’t fail with you in charge. You see straight through it all.
    Now I’ll go back to my fake life. It doesnt exist either.

  348. starthorn says:
    @Peripatetic Itch

    They’re also spending a significant time and dollar amount threatening any bank or business that would do business with him. If the revision of impeachment (i.e. barring not removal) doesn’t work, then threats against any entity that would build his Presidential library or perform any act that might prevent the elimination or claiming by Biden of Trump’s accomplishments (whether you liked them or not there were some) has to suffice to stain any untarnished aspect.

    • Replies: @Twodees Partain
  349. @James Speaks

    2. Race realists believe in meritocracy.
    If whites do better than blacks on IQ and aptitude tests, so be it. If Asians do better than whites, so be it. IQ tests are important for selecting career paths. You don’t want your doctor to flub your heart surgery because there needed to be more blacks in medical school.

    In my admittedly limited experience, there are a lot of White Racists in the UK. A particular example came to my mind when I read this paragraph. In the mid-70s, I had a job as a welder in a factory in southeast England and another welder there was a very black Jamaican, a very experienced, ex-RAF welder, who had worked for many years repairing jet engines. We happened to start work in this firm at about the same time. When we joined it, the firm was in the process of making a large stainless steel tank to hold sugar.

    The project was overdue. The ends of the tank were two bowls made of 3/8″ (4mm) stainless steel sheet, 10′ (3m) in diameter, which had been formed from sheet by some other company and they had a long delivery date. Both the bowls had a small hole in the middle. To assemble the tank one bowl had an eyebolt put through the hole and it was suspended, open end down, from the workshop crane, by the eyebolt, which was held by a nut on the inside of the bowl.

    Then sheets about 6′ X 4′ (2.0 X 1.5m) of 3/8″ (4mm) stainless steel were rolled to give them the curvature needed to match the rim of the bowls. These sheets were stood in a circle on the workshop floor and the bowl was lowered onto them. They were then tack-welded in place. When one circle had been completed, the bowl and the tacked-on sheets were lifted 4′ in the air and another circle of rolled sheets was put in place and tacked on to the suspended assembly. I think, in the end a third row of rolled sheets was tacked on and then the second bowl was placed under the assembly, which had been lifted a few inches to allow the second end to be put in place. The assembly was then lowered onto the second bowl and tacked in place. Before the second end was put under the assembly a nut had been fixed in place, on the inside, to hold a second eyebolt.

    The whole assembly was then lifted a few feet into the air and a second eyebolt was screwed in. The foreman brought in the mobile yard crane and its hook was attached to the lower eyebolt. the idea, the intention, was to pull the bottom of the assembly sideways and to lower the whole assembly gently to the floor so the tacked seams could be welded up. Unfortunately, in the course of putting this assembly together it had been rotated several times and no one had thought about the direction in which it should have been rotated. The result was, it had unscrewed itself and as the bottom of the assembly was pulled sideways the upper eyebolt came out of its hole and the whole thing fell to the floor with an almighty crash, Most of the tack welds broke, but the worst of it was that the bottom bowl was badly dented.

    The whole shop stood around as though stunned and after a while, discussed what could be done.
    All agreed, eventually, although it would mean another long delay for the project, which was already late, the only possibility was to send to the company that made the bowls, for another one.

    During lunch break I discussed the morning’s happenings with this Jamaican and he surprised me by saying very quietly “I could fix that; if I had a couple of days to work on it.” “Could you?” I asked, surprised that he had not said so in the discussion. “Why don’t you say so? They’d have to be very grateful to you!” “No.” he replied I don’t think it would go down well, they all think there is nothing to be done with it.” Eventually I persuaded him to tell the foreman that he thought that given a couple of people to help hold burners and a few days to work on it, he could fix the dented bowl . After a certain amount of incredulity, the foreman gave him what he needed and with three large burners and a few large hammers he set to work to beat out the dent.

    It took him about two and a bit days and the result was astonishing. The dent was barely there! and with polishing, became practically invisible. The tank was rebuilt and sent off to the customer about a week later. About 18 months later, (I had left the firm after a year) I met him in the street and asked how he was doing. He told me that he too had left the firm and when I asked why he replied “I couldn’t carry on there, they never forgave me for beating out that end.”

    • Agree: Grahamsno(G64)
  350. TTSSYF says:
    @Tony massey

    Well, actually, it’s “Ma’am.” But I understand why you would think I am a man, as precious few women think as I do.

    • Replies: @Tony massey
  351. Publius 2 says:
    @TomSchmidt

    Retarded reply. Not so easy. Not everyone can home school. Tired of that line. I happen to have a traditional wife who is not (((qualified))) to home school under the (((system’s))) standards. I work 60 hours a week. School is still mandatory. Police will come take my kids if they don’t go to school. Period.

    Grow up.

    I have fought (unlike most of you pussies) vocally against the covid hoax for 10 months. I make a scene and try to educate and give courage to the sheep who are 50 IQ points below me and scared. Nearly went viral or got arrested many times. I can do only so much, as my fellow whites around me in my fag urban city cower like faggots and don’t join the fight. Most of them are Covidian mask believers, actually. They disagree when I tell the Stasi at the park “my body my choice.” After 10 months of nobody dying, not a single person, people are more scared than ever. In my faggot jew city everyone wears a mask while exercising alone in the sun — over the nose. I’m the only person in my urban area of millions who does not.

    It gets even more complicated than that, but I’ll try not to dox myself.

    Not everyone can homeschool.

    • Replies: @TomSchmidt
  352. @Anon

    I will not try to convince you that the founders were infallible, I only recall reading of one King Solomon, and cloning was not yet a thing. I will say that I think we can both agree that the Bill of Rights was a compromise by the Federalists to the Anti-Federalists in order to achieve ratification of the Constitution. Have you ever been married? Sometimes you have to buy some flowers and endure the Hallmark channel in order to pee in the shower. I agree that the wording in the second amendment could have been more direct and concise, but it was sure as heck more suitable than the royal orders sent by King George.

  353. @starthorn

    The impeachment is a fraud anyway. There was no examination of facts, no debate, and no response allowed by the subject of the impeachment. What they passed was of less use than a non-binding resolution.

    The Senate can’t hold a trial because Trump is no longer in office, so the little farce in the House is moot. It would be an improvement if the democrats had at least one sentient human being in Congress, but that isn’t the case. Everything that they do is so foolish and pointless that they don’t even serve as comedic relief from the everyday drudgery of paying attention to what is done by the elected officials.

    • Agree: Luus Kanin, TTSSYF
  354. @Publius 2

    Don’t dox yourself. I don’t care about it and that’s why my handle is my name. We don’t need parents getting more grief from SJWs.

    My sister is a principal in a parochial school. Her school does not require facemasks. It’s not a homeschool, but it does cost money. They don’t even make the kids not of faith attend religious services. You might consider that, especially if your “jew city” of “millions” is the New York area. It will, of course, cost money. Probably less than ransom from a kidnapper; a few thousand, or to quote the NY Post: “Typical tuition at a Catholic K-8 school is about $4,000. ” Ya got that?

    As to masking, I find it’s useful to carry an N95 with me. I always wear it when within enclosed spaces like trains where I could be continuously exposed, and never outdoors. I have been asked to back off in supermarkets by fear-burdened folks; I offer to sell them a new N95 mask to replace the crappy for-show-only masks they’re wearing to comply. Not one has put up the bucks and put his money where his mouth is, showing they’re really NOT interested in protecting themselves. I’m sure you’ve made people aware of the actual science.

    give courage to the sheep who are 50 IQ points below me
    How effectively does this approach with others work? You have 50 IQ points on people; have you conducted a proper experiment in finding out how you can be effective at communicating your message? Or would you rather be correct?

    There’s a whole world of pain coming down from the Bolsheviks in DC, and they’re going to pick off the rugged individualists who are above it all, easily. The sheep, by contrast, will survive. They might even herd enough strength to win. But they need leaders, not beraters.

  355. @TTSSYF

    My apologies.
    Carry on, m’am.

  356. troof says:
    @Spanky

    You are no contributor to anything and have no federal problems. It’s a randomly false generational teaching that anyone should be obsessed with half-heard stories about “the gummint”. You are not qualified to participate, did not add anything (taxes are an illusion), and whatever you wrote is your own ramblings about emotions and colors. Infantile, to say the least, and beyond incompetent. Just like Trump

    The political selection process is mathematic, and that’s all there is to it. You just don’t like the math, because its designed to keep the rabble and lowtards out of the picture. You have no contact with the federal government, barely feel the presence of this government, and lack the breeding and training to have something in a treaty union of 50 states. It’s so far over your paygrade in life as to make a absolute mockery, clowning around in trucks with flags waving behind as though it was a military convoy. Notice the when the REAL troops showed up, all the militia protestors disappeared.

    The 2nd Amendment is the right to bear arms in defense of the State, not to insurrect and rebel whenever the flashy lights on tee vee time spooked your inner ghosts.

    • Troll: Twodees Partain
    • Replies: @Spanky
  357. Spanky says:
    @troof

    Like I said, you are obsessed with Trump, his supporters and television… Hmmm, do I detect a case of TDS? Seems to be much more common than Covid-19 in your neck of the woods.

    Give up the mathematics thing, it’s merely political, and you know it as well as I. All that is involved is counting, and if that’s math to you, well… sounds like you can get to ten before taking your shoes off. But, given what I’ve seen over the years, some election officials apparently need your help. Maybe the formulas in those new Dominion machines are giving ya’ll some trouble?

    As far as qualifications, yeah there are a lot of things for which I’m not qualified, brain surgery for example — but politics? Sorry, I know more than one politician than couldn’t find the floor if they fell out of bed. But I do love your illusions — there are several people that will be glad to hear their federal income taxes are merely a bad dream, although their accountants might disagree.

    Still, there’s that issue of taxation without representation… Do you know meamjojo? Maybe ya’ll should get together over tea and crumpets or something — whatever public school boys like to do when not trying to keep the rabble in their place and tax them into poverty.

    But your illusion I like best is the whole nobility / aristocracy / breeding thing. In fact, I rate you right up there with the bastard (42) and the dimwit (43) — congratulations. In all honesty though, my Scot/Irish blood doesn’t really give a damn about your anglophile pretensions.

    Still haven’t figured out why you think I’m a Trump acolyte… Guess you’re just not a bright as you seem to think. But I have to admit Trump was at least entertaining just because he riled you folks up. It was your reaction to him, and his supporters, that was revealing — it showed the rest of us who ya’ll really were… intolerant, self-important, self-absorbed assholes. Sorry, but if the shoe fits…

    And you’re proving that assertion each time you post.

    P.S. When the NG showed up in D.C., I noticed that TPTB were worried about them too. Ya’ll must be awfully scared. Probably a good thing Baghdad-on-the-Potomac was locked down — would have been mighty embarrassing to throw an inauguration and nobody came…

    P.P.S. Nice try with the ad hominems BTW. You need to get better at them though, cause your strong suit isn’t arguing on the merits.

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  358. troof says:
    @Spanky

    It is impossible to “fraud” a presidential election. The office goes to the candidate with the most Electoral College Votes that survive Congressional objections. This is the problem with you people: the basic truth of this system conflicts with your identity structure. Every child that “dreams of becoming president” etc… no amount of secular facts will overcome this religious devotion to faux Americana.

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  359. @Alden

    Achilles was a magic baby whose mother dipped him in special water to give him eternal life but she had to hold him by his ankle. Remember that? Achilles was also a man/god but more man that god unlike Christ who was the opposite. Achilles doesn’t get to be the eternal deity; Christ does. And both get to die iconic deaths.

    So what you get is the Hellenistic version of the man/god who was the real deal.

  360. @troof

    But from the Hellenistic point of view, Christ was just Achilles 2.0, the new and improved version who got it right. If you look at the rest of the NT, (after the gospels that tell the story) only the book of Hebrews is addressed to the Jews. So there is no reason to assume that these Hellenists were all that concerned with fulfilling prophecy. From the Greek point of view, like the Iliad, the setting was in a foreign land, which happened to be Israel. The Greek speaking apostles hit the road, left Israel and never looked back. The writers of the NT pretty much blew the Jews off or you would have expected them to have concentrated on saving them. But they don’t.

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  361. Spanky says:
    @troof

    It is impossible to “fraud” a presidential election.troof

    Oh noooo! It’s all clear to me now. I had no idea it was literally impossible and feel such a fool.

    I believed Hillary and the Democratic Congress critters (Schumer and Nadler and Nancy P. and more) when they said Trump and Putin colluded to fraudulently manipulate the 2016 Presidential election which installed Trump in the White House. And former CIA Director Brennan, former DNI Clapper, and FBI Director Comey (and all those FBI and DoJ bureaucrats), the anonymous intelligence officials quoted by the tee-vee news and everyone else, and the reporters, pundits and news anchors themselves… Oh my!

    And now you tell me that they were all lying and gaslighting us poor proles!

    Please troof, say it ain’t so!

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  362. anon[245] • Disclaimer says:

    Real history requires one to live in interesting times. Pretending to serve the regime as by paying taxes or observing its laws is either submission or a strategy for temporizing until one can strike back. Don’t confuse the two.

    There is a comment here which points out that most of the colonials at the time of the American Revolution sat the fight out or in some cases fled to Canada. Only those with a real interest actually fought and by definition such people are intolerant. If you want something you have to fight for it. Especially when the indulgent majority having a go along to get along mentality will be pleased to keep you from seizing whatever you want.

    Sooner or later you will have to fight against the regime and the complacent majority and take the hatred of your outright enemies and the resentment of those who really do not care. Those who choose to fight will have to follow their own conscience.

    But let us be clear. Fighting requires taking action to effectively hurt and end the regime. This will not come cheap. Fighting is not silently suffering in deep resentment while pretending to be a loyal subject. Doing this last thing is not pretense. You are a loyal subject whatever you might think.

  363. Anon[166] • Disclaimer says:

    I like this article.

    There are two ways to judge another person’s innocence or guilt, you can judge the other person’s innocence or guilt truthly or falsely. To judge an individuals innocence or guilt based not on their innocence or guilt, but rather according to their gender, their race, their religion, their atheism, their nation of origin, or their sexuality, is to judge that other persons innocence or guilt falsely. To judge another persons innocence or guilt based on their innocence or guilt is to judge them truthfully. There is honor in judging one another truthfully, and dishonor in judging one another falsely.

    Back when there was slavery in the United States, one could say that white Americans were free and that black Americans were slaves, and that this was unjust, and they were correct. When there was segregation and the blacks had poor accomodations and the whites had better accomodations they could say that this was unjust, and they were correct. In both circumstances the whites and the blacks were treated unequally under the law. Now when the lefltists accuse white Americans of being racists and of being supremacists, they cannot point to any unequal law to justify their assertions, so instead they point to generalized racial statistics to show differences in outcomes across races to justify their assertions. Because leftists judge other people’s innocence or guilt based not on their innocence or guilt but rather based on their group identity, they literally judge poor undereducated white people as privileged and superior over rich educated black people, which is false judgment. The leftists use generalized racialized statistics to judge people within each race as if their individual placement within those statistics matches their groups median statistic amongst all races, which is false judgment; for instance, they say that black people have poor health, are badly educated, don’t excel in employment, and have horrible treatment by institutions in society, which is untrue, many black Americans have excellent health, excel in school, excel in employment, and have fair and tolerable interactions with institutions in society, yet they label these black Americans as something that they are not, they judge these black Americans falsely. The list goes on. A black American cannot escape their race being mentioned when it comes to our national discourse, a black American cannot do anything in life without their race being mentioned. Could you imagine, always having your race mentioned in the same breath as your accomplishments and your failures; it is dehumanizing. Collectivizing innocence and guilt is dehumanizing.

    It is the same with God. I was born into an agnostic family, We love the truth so we would never say “there is no God”, only that “there is no God that shows itself for all people to see and to record its existence as being factual and not a belief, once and for all”. Next to human judgment of one another there is nothing more unjust than for a God to judge a human beings innocence or guilt based on that human beings “beliefs” or group identity; with righteous judgment, honorable judgment, it must be based on the truth.

    The leftists have major problems, the author correctly pointed this out when they said “Our opponents have unwittingly defined “whiteness” as almost anything that is great, beautiful, or accomplished”. To judge another person’s innocence or guilt based not on ther innocence or guilt but rather according to their group identity is not great, it is ugly, and it’s not an accomplishment, and it is defintely not “whiteness”; I know too many good, righteous, and honorable black Americans to fall for that trap; I spoke with a beautiful black man today at the grocery store, his beauty was his presence and his humanity, he was a vet, his Army hat got me talking to him, he was in the Army for 14 years, now 80% disabled, a good man, I can’t for the life of me not see his humanity and his worth to me in life, I love my fellow black Americans, I am not going to judge them collectively no matter how much the leftists push me to. What is great, beautiful, and accomplished is what my great nation of America has done, at our founding we outlawed being a slave to a dictator, soon thereafter we outlawed being a slave to other individuals, since then we have enshrined equal justice under the law for all people regardless of gender, race, religion, atheism, nation of origin, and sexuality, no nation in the known history of the Earth has accomplished such an achievement for individual human rights and freedom, NO NATION IN HISTORY; black and white Americans did this together and we should be proud, we are a distinct people in HUMAN HISTORY. We are endowed by our honorable and righteous Creator with truth and justice, we are a free people, and we must preserve this, not only for ourselves and for our children, but for Gods dignity and honor that Gods righteousness be not false righteousness but rather true righteousness, the kind of righteousness where the criminal comes to stop their criminality not because they could be caught and punished but rather because of coming to the light of truth and the realization that their criminalitty is criminal, dishonorable, undignified, and unacceptable.

    If we don’t humanize one another then the enemy will dehumanize all of us.

  364. Ragno says:

    If it were within my power to do so, I would print out and distribute this essay to every white gentile in America…. even though most would stop reading halfway through and involuntarily rip it up, or set it on fire, before the rest of it could possibly seep past their eyeballs and into their brains. Before we can hope to figure out what happens next – or what should happen next – we have to know where we stand without any candy coating or false optimism to soften the blow. This essay by Hood does so in clear and understandable English. If the Deep State were shown this op-ed, or believed for a moment it might spread slowly but inexorably like kudzu, it would be banned immediately, and both Hood – and any American found with a copy of it in their possession – would join James Fields in Freedom’s Forever Gulag.

    And make no mistake: every writer and thinker on our side – on the side of white civilization – is going to curiously amend the course of his rhetoric to pointedly remind us no violence, no loud noises, obey all laws, pay your taxes….because to counsel any response as openly incendiary as what leftists openly demand, in plain English, every damn day in every venue of communication, is to cut the throat of their already-beleaguered publishers, all of whom would be viciously shut down and suppressed forevermore were we to borrow a leaf from the antifa/BLM…..or Stern Gang, for that matter….playbook. You won’t hear Tucker Carlson rallying his countrymen to take up arms – not even with his set in flames and the ceiling plaster raining down around him. (So much for the Land of the Free and the Bill of Rights – now being perverted into kindling too rotted even to burn properly.)

    No, I don’t think he believes the optimistic conclusion he’s added; it would be nice if I could, but I already know – as most of us do, however uneasily – that before we can build anything anew, we will have to suffer much much more than we already have. Courage and daring are not native to middle-class comfort and the belief in one or another civic Santa Claus myths. Remember the film ZULU? Right now there are way more of us determined to die than to live; every white man granted access to The Megaphone is an interchangeable variation of that Swedish missionary in ZULU, who to his dying breath demands total capitulation and groveling surrender to savages without any concept of charity or mercy beyond what they can choke out of their betters. But like they say, the perfect is the enemy of the good. Bravo, Greg Hood; well done.

    Need I say it? Make it your business to ensure other people read this. Even if you have to do it anonymously.

  365. AReply says:

    Proud Boys leader Enrique Tarrio was an FBI informant | Guardian
    https://amp.theguardian.com/us-news/2021/jan/27/proud-boys-leader-enrique-tarrio-fbi-informant

    //As Trump supporters challenged the Republican’s election loss in often violent demonstrations, Tarrio stood out for his swagger as he led crowds of mostly white Proud Boys in a series of confrontations and street brawls in Washington DC, Portland, Oregon and elsewhere. The Proud Boys, founded in 2016, began as a group protesting against political correctness and perceived constraints on masculinity. It grew into a group with distinctive colors of yellow and black that embraced street fighting. In September their profile soared when Trump called on them to “Stand back and stand by.”//

  366. Incitatus says:
    @Art

    “ChinaJew Biden gives America’s haters executive order signatures.”

    You do know, Art, Trump (who paid no US tax in 10 of 15 years, $750 in each of 2016 and 2017) paid $188,561 2013-2015 to China. Doubtless you know he has a secret Chinese bank account, and his daughter has numerous Chinese trademarks (she manufactures hand-bags, cosmetics, you name it) in China. All while daddy opines on offshoring.

    Are you naturally stupid, or did it take lessons?

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  367. troof says:
    @Spanky

    You seem to have trouble distinguishing rhetoric from reality. H.C. & Co. were correct of course, the manipulation involved in 2016 was certainly “foreign” (Trump is 1005 in the pocket of KGB Mafia), but nobody said it was “fraudulent”. The split between Blue and Red is generally 50-50 so that should be clear anyway. No amount of anything will change that basic truth.

    Civilised people who wish to avoid civil war hold fast to the 250 years old constitutional compromise that puts one or another into the Presidency, and by rights would put the second place into the Vice Presidency. This keeps balance in a 50-50 system. That’s why Senators were originally selected by the State legislatures, so that it would one Senator from each side per State.

    It is a mathematically driven means of sorting out political offices. It doesn’t mean that a “strongman” can strongarm anyone, or make commands like an emperor. If you read the American Constitution, the powers of the federal government to influence daily life are very limited, and the President is a strong figurehead, a ‘check’ in the vast balance of many different points.

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  368. troof says:
    @davidgmillsatty

    The whole thing is addressed to the Jews. First to the Jews, then to the Gentiles. What part of the Gospel story does not involve interaction with Judeans? This part says it all:

    https://biblehub.com/commentaries/matthew/21-43.htm

    The fundamental theology starts with a Jewish Kingdom, and goes from there. The split comes with the Benjaminite Galileans who make up most of the early Hebrew Christians, and their kin throughout the Roman Empire like the special Apostle Paul. Christ and his own selection of people are of the original Jewish Kingdom, and spend their time in synagogues, at the Jewish Temple, and attaining martyrdom in Judea… then resurrection and the destruction of the Jerusalem Temple in 70 AD.

    It took 2 Jewish Wars to end that part of history. The key to understand everything is in noticing the 12 Apostles, who were commanded to go “unto the lost sheep of Israel”, and immediately went among the Goths, Saxons, Celts, Parthians, Scythians, Celtic Africans, Germanic tribes still in Asia, Gaelic and British peoples, etc.

    There is a split between what is “Jewish” and what is “Christian” from that time forward, but it took a full 1000 years to fully realise the difference. Notice that traditional Eastern European Jewish dress and habit almost looks Turanian, Gothic and Scythian. It never came into contact with Western Christianity at all, just as Persia and other Eastern peoples bypassed the Christian revolution in history, later meeting Islam without first going through a complete ‘Christian’ phase.

  369. Mark Collett gives and epic speech here;


  370. Spanky says:
    @troof

    Well troof, you have no shame.

    Civilized people, according to the folks where I come from, don’t lie. And I’ve no use for liars, like yourself, nor time for them. Your pedantic recitation in post after post of a scripted narrative — a lie — is intended to deceive and conceal, in particular, the gatekeeping stranglehold on US politics exercised by two privately-owned political parties.

    Your “split between Blue and Red is generally 50-50” is a deliberate construct of this private party system and designed to politically disenfranchise the body politic. There is no balance in this “50-50 system” except for that which marginalizes any who dare challenge its supremacy.

    Moreover, your statement “[i]t is impossible to “fraud” a presidential election”, literally contradicted by the words of every notable Democratic politician, former intelligence agency heads and mainstream media since 2016, is now followed up by a word salad ending with “but nobody said it was “fraudulent”.” Bullshit.

    The very fact you are posting this crap reveals the truth about the 2020 Presidential election — it was fraudulent. Biden did not win the greatest number of popular votes in American history. Rather, it was the largest electoral fraud in our history. It reveals just how deeply corrupt, even criminal, our governance has become, in every branch, and at the federal, state and even some local levels. Thanks for the confirmation.

    Your propaganda narrative and aim is obvious. The only question is who pays you to spread it.

    “We can force through any lie. It just has to be big enough so that a normal person says, ‘Well that cannot be a lie!’. Then the lie cannot be recognized as such. And the lie has to be repeated continuously. Then it is believed and is powerful because it is the belief in a ‘truth.’”Edward Bernays

  371. R.C. says:

    We written summary of where we’ve sadly arrived despite our efforts, which have generally been unacknowledged. (I’m referring to folks who post comments here and/or read here or what other few sites akin to this which remain. KUDOS, Unz!)

    We European-Americans are a stateless people. We have citizenship, but no country. No progress is possible until we face this.

    This is dead on point:

    Most of all, I feel grief for a country I barely knew and for the future we could have had. Those who should have led our people are destroying us for fear of a word. When I look at what calls itself America, I see the corpse of a loved one. It’s already rotting. I feel disgust at the maggots eating it. It’s pointless to rage against them, but it’s futile to try to stop them by telling the corpse to stand up for itself.

    Sad. I too weep.
    R.C.

  372. geokat62 says:

  373. @Zarathustra

    Correct gramar should be

    Correct spelling should be “grammar”.

    See how easy – and pointless – this pathetic game is ?

  374. @Ann Nonny Mouse

    … Jews are pushing very heavily for that?

    Despite every minute of the decades of “religious” and “moral” brainwashing they receive from childhood onwards, Jews as a group are NOT smart.

    Everything you will ever read or hear to the contrary is simply very advanced and successful self-worshipping Jewish propaganda.

  375. @Robert Snefjella

    Bravo.

    Thank you for a brilliant comment – the type of “very best” here that our gracious host Mr Unz most hopes for. Every one of your paragraphs carries a needle-sharp point. Every point is perfectly-made and completely correct. And every fact placed here shows a corresponding Great Lie in full and shameful relief.

    I believe especially that your final point has never yet been given the proper deeper analysis it deserves – even here at TUR. The ludicrous, unlawful and utterly pointless worldwide “lockdown” which has been brought upon us has given hundreds of millions of people almost everywhere the ONE thing they were never supposed to have – time to stop the daily chaos of their lives for a while, time to look at the world afresh in close-up – and worst of all, time to THINK. In their haste and chutzpah, the new-world-order commandants who orchestrated the shutdown forgot that unavoidable little by-product – and now it’s too late.

    ‘Yond Cassius has a lean and hungry look.
    He thinks too much. Such men are dangerous.

    — William Shakespeare

  376. Anonymous[231] • Disclaimer says:

    Don’t use “White.”

    Instead, Espouse “European” and “Christian” values and people.

    That way you can’t be accused of racism.

    You are just asserting your rights as another ethno religious group.

  377. Incitatus says:
    @Art

    “Executive orders and — Unity – UNITY – UNITY????”

    Indeed Art. Tell us – give us one quote – where Trump sought ‘unity’. Was it between telling event supporters to ‘knock the hell” out of dissenters (promising to cover legal defense), defaming ‘lock-her-up‘ Hilary or denigrating ‘Sleepy Joe’? Give us a hint.

    “Paris Accords for the enviro elite and China. Open borders for the elite corporations and the Jews. Stops pipeline and looking for oil (which benefits NO one). Import Arabs for the Jew divide and conquer goals.”

    You do know 66%+ of illegal immigrants fly in and overstay visas? Trump’s ‘wall’ is (and has always been) a scheme to excite the naïve and (more important) reward loyal swamp creatures with fat, meaningless construction contracts. $30 million per mile.

    Paris Accords? Please….At least admit that there MAY be a climate problem, especially if you live in Florida (with no state income tax that might promote self-sufficiency, a state that routinely charges the rest of USA for several hurricanes a year). By the way, that’s where deadbeat Trump and his kids settled.

    Florida is a great conservative welfare queen. Same for the ‘patriotic’ south Gulf states that can’t seem to balance their budgets without excess dollars from the Washington ‘swamp’ they condemn.

    How about welfare Kentucky – it receives $45 billion more than it pays, $2.41 for every dollar paid in federal tax, $10,110 per capita federal welfare. Mitch proudly called it ‘Kentucky values’.

    These are states (people) who sustain our country?

    Hope not.

  378. Katrinka says:
    @Anon

    “What then? Israel hath not obtained that which he seeketh for; but the election hath obtained it, and the rest were blinded.” (Romans 11:7)

    One of the saddest aspects of our world is the blindness of Israel. Even the Orthodox Jews, who strongly affirm their belief in the Old Testament Scriptures, seem unable to see what the Scriptures clearly show, that their Messiah has come and gone. In the first book of the Torah, we read: “The sceptre shall not depart from Judah, nor a lawgiver from between his feet, until Shiloh come; and unto him shall the gathering of the people be” (Genesis 49:10). Ancient Jewish commentators agreed that Shiloh was another name for Messiah, but this very fact should prove to modern Jewish expositors that Messiah has already come, for the scepter (the symbol of national leadership) did depart from Judah, very soon after Jesus was crucified.

    King David was the first descendant of Judah to attain the scepter of leadership among the tribes of Israel, and the divine promises were clear that Messiah would be in David’s lineage. That Jesus’ legal father, Joseph, and human mother, Mary, were both in that lineage was shown in the genealogies of Matthew 1:1-17 and Luke 3:23-38, respectively, both of which were written when the genealogical records in the Temple were still intact. No one at that time ever questioned their validity, in spite of intense opposition by the Jews to the claims of Jesus and His disciples that He was the Messiah. In 70 AD, the records and the Temple were destroyed so that no later claimant to the title could ever prove his right to the throne. Messiah had come, and was slain, so the scepter departed from Judah until He comes again. It is certain that Jesus was, indeed, the Jews’ promised Messiah, and we should pray that God will soon open their eyes to see and believe.

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  379. geokat62 says:

  380. Jobuu says: • Website

    Yes, I voted for Trump, knowing he was a brash loud mouthed New Yorker. It was a refreshing change of pace in the beginning , then spiraled deeper and deeper into egotistical narcissism. That being said, what choice was I left with ? Hillary ? Hell F**k no. I wanted to see Ted Cruz get the nomination but that didn’t happen either.I guess I’m left with this question… How legitimate is a “ President” that needs armed military to install him, AFTER he has investigators investigate the military to make sure there are no Trump supporters??? See, those are the actions of a despot, dictator and outright fraud, change my mind.

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  381. whodat says:

    They “youtube” has removed most of their links to the evidence of fraud.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IKiyAy9vjrk&feature=youtu.be
    disgraceful. we are now not a free country. We are living in a woke distopian hell.
    Well the left has stolen the country, and there is nothing I can do about it. Take it
    then, because it’s not part of me anymore.

  382. Icy Blast says:
    @troof

    You sure talk a lot of trash about the superiority of Anglo-Saxons for someone whose ancestors come from the shores of the Caspian Sea! Wow! Talk about corners of Europe!

    If you ever actually walk into an English pub, the real Englishmen will think to themselves: “Look at that bloody wog. Reminds me of Shai Masot.”

  383. @Katrinka

    Psalm 22 –Isaiah 7:14 ( virgin birth) Isaiah 14:13 ( fall of Satan) Isaiah 53 –Christ will be despised-afflicted but yet by his stripes we are healed —Zeccharia 11: 14 –weighed price at 30 pieces of silver ( see out by Jusas Iscaritiot–one of you is a devil ) and later comes Paul with ” we preach Christ cruciifed —a stumbling block for the Jews and for the Greeks- foolishness”. Likewise Christ opening to Isaiah 64 in synagogue Luke 4 and being driven out—for a stoning? All this would puzzle me to no end were I a Jew—HE was HERE but we missed it –no we preferred Barabbas —-and chose accordingly.

  384. @h5mind

    The .01% Zionists destroyed USA and have 99% dummies on MainStreet believing that they are exceptional. USA collapsed itself —NO ONE other than the .01% are to blame for instigating the collapse and having 99% think voting is going to change things. Trump tapped into this anger perfectly and reduced taxes on the .01% and wall not finished —the swamp growing and Covid a complete collapse. 486,000 bugled and more to arrive thanks to a clown having 0 comprehension of science and reality. Crooked Hillary will later make her appearance to keep the other side of this equation of inequality equal.

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