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White advocates hoped that Elon Musk’s acquisition of Twitter would help restore free speech. We’ve been disappointed so far. However, Mr. Musk has released the “Twitter Files” to a few select journalists, including Matt Taibbi and Bari Weiss. We now know that current and former government officials and even a congressman pressured the company to ban specific accounts, control what the public could see, and bury certain stories in ways that arguably determined the 2020 presidential election.

This is not a surprise to many of us. Officials in both the Trump and Biden administrations made no secret of what they wanted. In 2019, even under Trump, then-acting Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan spoke about his agency’s priorities at an event co-sponsored by the conservative Heritage Foundation. “In our modern age, the continued menace of racially based violent extremism, particularly violent white supremacy, is an abhorrent affront to the nation,” he said.

Mr. McAleenan then — shockingly — praised Cloudflare’s decision to withdraw service from the website 8chan. Cloudflare’s function is to prevent denial of service attacks, which are felonies. In other words, DHS was happy for Cloudflare selectively to permit rather prevent crime.

“The Department of Homeland Security is saying that if your site is a so-called ‘cesspool of hate,’ it wants a private company to leave you unprotected from an illegal attack so your political enemies can drive you off the Internet,” said Jared Taylor at the time. He compared it to the local police deciding to look the other way if robbers attack a watch-dog-certified “hater.” Mr. McAleenan’s venture into anti-racist authoritarianism didn’t stop leftists from calling President Trump a white supremacist, nor did it prevent the President himself from being deplatformed.

The Biden Administration has been worse. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Surgeon General Vice Admiral Vivek Murthy cited a report from the “Center for Countering Digital Hate” that listed the “Disinformation Dozen,” blaming them for spreading misinformation. President Joe Biden even said Facebook was “killing people” by allowing certain accounts, though he backtracked. Still, the President got what he wanted. “Facebook on Wednesday announced that it had taken action against the so-called ‘disinformation dozen,’” wrote Oliver Darcy for CNN, “one month after the White House singled out the twelve people.” The White House “singling out” accounts for termination was apparently not even controversial.

By February 2022, the censorship and deplaforming that began with white advocates had spread to popular podcaster Joe Rogan. Spotify posted warning labels on his episodes about COVID-19. “So, this disclaimer, it’s a positive step,” said then-White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki, “but we want every platform to continue doing more to call out misinformation while also uplifting accurate information.” In April, the Department of Homeland Security announced a new “Disinformation Governance Board,” which would have been headed by Nina Jankowicz. She was herself spreading nonsense about many things, especially about Hunter Biden’s laptop, which she called a “Trump campaign product.” The “Disinformation Governance Board” mercifully died the next month.

Senators Josh Hawley and Charles Grassley then released documents showing that the board would have formed a partnership with Twitter to fight “disinformation,” including “conspiracy theories about the validity and security of elections,” “disinformation related to the origins and effects of COVID-19 vaccines or the efficacy of masks,” and “falsehoods surrounding U.S. government immigration policy.” Around that same time, videos from Project Veritas showed a Twitter engineer admitting that the company censors the Right, but not the Left.

In October, The Intercept reported on DHS documents that were leaked or became public because of a lawsuit. DHS and FBI were clearly trying to control online speech. FBI official Laura Dehmlow said, “We need a media infrastructure that is held accountable.” The report also disclosed a “formalized process for government officials to directly flag content on Facebook or Instagram and request that it be throttled or suppressed.” The FBI also reportedly manufactured cases of potentially violent white, right-wing extremists to meet internal quotas.

This had all been reported piecemeal before the “Twitter files” appeared, but outsiders could only speculate on exactly how social media work with the federal government. Elon Musk, head of Twitter, now says “almost every conspiracy theory that people had about Twitter turned out to be true.” He added that the worst speculations might be even “more true than people thought.”

Elon Musk. (Credit Image: © Patrick Pleul/dpa via ZUMA Press)
Elon Musk. (Credit Image: © Patrick Pleul/dpa via ZUMA Press)

How did it all begin? Journalists, media executives, intelligence officials, and liberal politicians were clearly shocked that President Donald Trump won in 2016. They had underestimated him and the nationalist Right. Many suspected that it was then that they decided that the election of someone like Mr. Trump could never again be permitted, and that the best way to forestall catastrophe was to stop Americans from getting certain information. They silently vowed never to lose control of online speech again. In the tradition of Herbert Marcuse, they would censor only right-wingers and say this was “defending democracy.” President Trump’s 2016 victory therefore restricted what could be said online, and he did nothing about that when he had power.

Andrew Prokop at Vox has a clear-eyed view of liberal motives. “After Trump won,” he wrote, “many leading figures in politics, tech, media, and law enforcement concluded that major social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook should have done more to stop this Russian interference effort . . . . However, for many with significant power over media, it was Donald Trump that was the problem, not necessarily Russia.” He went on:

One worldview — accepted to varying degrees by liberals, anti-Trump conservatives, and significant portions of the tech and media industries — was that Trump’s presidency was an unprecedented threat to US democracy, that he was enabling a rise of hate toward minority groups that put lives at risk, that his constant lies amounted to an assault on the truth, and that a society-wide effort to resist him was necessary. “Business as usual” in media or tech companies is no longer tenable if you believe your country is sliding into authoritarianism, this argument goes. Journalists and tech workers shouldn’t be neutral toward the prospect of American democracy ending, they should instead take a values-based stand in defense of it . . . .

Censorship is bad enough. People should have the right to be wrong. However, we white advocates especially despise it because we are objectively right about race, and egalitarians are wrong. They cover their inability to refute us with the claim that the science is settled.

The Left should recoil from censorship in the name of “democracy” — it has always accused the Right of authoritarianism. Now, it is the Left that has destroyed what were once unquestionable democratic norms about freedom of speech by using government agencies against political adversaries. When President Richard Nixon mused about using the IRS against his enemies, liberals called it a crime. This was one of the specific charges in the 1974 articles of impeachment. Now a Democrat Congress releases President Trump’s personal tax filings, even though there was nothing shocking or illegal in them. This is typical leftist caprice: “It’s OK when we do it.”

Twitter intensified censorship after the 2016 election. The most recent Twitter Files show how intelligence agencies moved into Twitter and changed its policy. After President Trump’s victory, Senator Mark Warner (D-VA) pressured the company. He thought it wasn’t doing enough to stop Russian interference. When Twitter found little evidence of serious Russian manipulation, Democrats threatened Twitter and other companies with new regulations. BuzzFeed piled on, claiming that it had found a “network” on Twitter with links to “Russian-linked bot accounts.” Twitter employees hoped they could survive the media firestorm, but the combined pressure from journalists and politicians for more censorship broke the company’s will.

Matt Taibbi published internal communications showing that the United States Intelligence Community (USIC) had a great deal of power over what would be allowed on Twitter, all while Twitter claimed it was making the decisions. This was the subject of the Twitter Files Part Two, published by Bari Weiss. Twitter abandoned its original mission of promoting free speech and instead built a secret system to promote the messages it preferred. It was guilty of false advertising.

A year ago, if you argued that Twitter must surely have categories such as “Search Blacklist” or “Do Not Amplify” to use against mainstream conservatives such as Dan Bongino or Charlie Kirk, you would sound crazy. That’s exactly what Twitter did.

What Miss Weiss called the “secret group” that determined the fate of high-level accounts was the “Site Integrity Policy, Policy Escalation Support,” or “SIP-PES.” This included the CEO and former head of Global Trust and Safety, Yoel Roth, a far-left activist who saw the Trump Administration as Nazis. Mr. Roth was especially eager to “deamplify” content he didn’t like.

The account “@libsofTikTok,” which mostly republishes things that leftists themselves post, was a special target.

Rules about doxing were also selectively enforced.

Part three of the Twitter files showed that Twitter removed President Donald Trump even though employees themselves admitted he hadn’t violated policy. Extensive communication with government officials preceded this decision, something Mr. Roth seemed to enjoy. Mr. Roth met weekly with the FBI, the DHS, and even the Office of the Director of National Intelligence. These agencies seemed to tell Twitter what it should and should not allow to be said about the 2020 election. Intelligence agencies were also involved in the decision to censor an accurate story about Hunter Biden’s laptop. According to a poll published by the New York Post, almost 80 percent of Americans think “truthful” coverage of Hunter Biden’s laptop would have changed the election result. (Eleven percent still think Russians made it all up.)

Many internal communications used the messaging app Slack.

The FBI would flag specific tweets. After that, Twitter would invent an excuse to take them down.

The Twitter Files Part Four showed that Twitter no longer cared about free speech. Executives just wanted to boot Donald Trump. However, this didn’t just happen all at once. Activist groups, especially the ADL, pushed for this. There was a coalition against free speech. Pressure was also coming from progressives inside the company, especially Mr. Roth. CEO Jack Dorsey seemed to be the lone voice who valued free speech for its own sake.

This article is being published on January 6, 2023, the date of the riot at the Capitol and the killing of Ashli Babbit. The violence at the Capitol was wrong and set back the American Right. However, President Trump’s actual tweets (now on his unused but restored account) call on the crowd to stay lawful and peaceful.

President Trump, quite directly, said the election was stolen. He also praised the crowd. However, he did not tell the crowd to attack the Capitol. In the past, Twitter said that the way tweets are interpreted — an exercise in mind-reading — couldn’t be what determines policy. However, after January 6, that changed.

In Part Five of the Twitter Files, Bari Weiss explains the precise details of President Trump’s ban. He earned a “strike” when he posted a video that told protesters/rioters to “go home” but also said “we love you” and that the election was “stolen.”

One employee compared this to Communist dictatorship.

President Trump later posted this.

Twitter employees acknowledged that this did not incite violence.

President Trump said he would not be attending in the inauguration. This was also not a violation.

Bari Weiss gives examples of other world leaders, including those of Iran, Malaysia, and Ethiopia, who tweeted things far more violent than anything President Trump did. They were not banned. Thus, there was no reason to suspend Donald Trump. Twitter did it anyway, because Vijaya Gadde, head of “Legal, Policy, and Trust” said that although his tweet about American Patriots wasn’t a “rule violation on its face,” it could be “coded incitement.” Thus, her fantasies about what President Trump’s rather clear statement might mean sealed his fate.

After that, other Twitter employees decided that the reference to “American Patriots” supported terrorism. President Trump’s account was finished.

Progressive employees who oppose freedom of speech for people they think are “Nazis” overcame Jack Dorsey’s reluctance to ban a head of state. Mr. Dorsey should have done a better job preventing extremists from gaining power inside the company. Twitter employees clearly didn’t care about free speech and activist groups and journalists were also demanding more censorship. The result was capture by the authoritarian and “woke” Left, something we’ve also seen at PayPal and elsewhere. It has become a drearily familiar story.

We should not overlook direct government involvement. “I think we can say pretty conclusively,” wrote Matt Taibbi, “after looking at tens of thousands of emails over the course of these weeks, that the government was in the censorship business in a huge way — that’s, I think, provable now.” He went on to say that “really every conceivable wing of the enforcement agencies of the U.S. government were in some way or another sending moderation requests to Twitter and in many cases those requests were being fulfilled.” The FBI has fallen back on dismissing these reports. “It is unfortunate that conspiracy theorists and others are feeding the American public misinformation with the sole purpose of attempting to discredit the agency,” it said. This is no conspiracy theory. This is conspiracy fact. FBI denials show how arrogant the organization has become. Even the Wall Street Journal has published an opinion piece called “Abolish the FBI.”

Some of the Twitter staffers who eventually overruled Jack Dorsey were former FBI employees themselves. With Twitter meeting regularly with the agency, these were essentially colleagues working together. The New York Post reported that more than a dozen former employees moved from the bureau to Twitter and that James Baker, the FBI’s former general counsel, worked for Twitter. According to the Twitter Files Part Six, arguably the most shocking, the FBI treated Twitter like a “subsidiary,” identifying specific accounts it wanted taken down. Twitter than dutifully removed them. The FBI had a social-media team of about 80 agents. “The FBI has agents — lots of them — analyzing and mass-flagging social media posts,” wrote Mr. Taibbi. “Not as part of any criminal investigation, but as a permanent, end-in-itself surveillance operation. People should not be ok with this.”

But perhaps it is Rep. Adam Schiff (D-California) who played the most contemptible role in all this. His office sent a message to Twitter demanding action. “Suspend the many accounts, including @GregRubini and @paulsperry, which have repeatedly promoted false QAnon conspiracies.”

A Twitter employee was taken aback by the audacity. “No, we don’t do this.” Unfortunately, they do — Mr. Sperry was suspended. Why Paul Sperry? He reportedly was going to expose the whistleblower who revealed the phone call to Ukraine by President Trump. That phone call led to President Trump’s first impeachment. Rep. Schiff wanted to smother information that could be politically inconvenient.

Mr. Taibbi shows that the reluctant 2017 decision to remove users identified by the USIC had by 2020 become routine.

To see hard proof of one’s worst fears is shocking. However, the mainstream media is indifferent to these revelations. CNN’s Oliver Darcy is typical:

Led by Fox News, the right-wing media machine is treating the ongoing series of stories as if they were the next Pentagon Papers, breathlessly hyping each new batch of documents as earth-shattering scoops that illuminate horrific abuses of power by woke Twitter overlords of yesteryear.

It’s worse than the Pentagon Papers. The Pentagon Papers showed that the American government had secretly expanded the war in Vietnam and lied about it. These documents show that government officials, including intelligence agencies, are trying to control public discussion in the United States. The Pentagon Papers were about a foreign war. The Twitter files are about a domestic war on the First Amendment, led by the very people who are supposed to defend it.

Mr. Darcy continues:

The chief reason most news organizations aren’t up in arms about the story is because the releases have largely not contained any revelatory information. So far, the files have failed to do much outside highlight exactly how messy content moderation can be — especially when under immense pressure and dealing with the former President of the United States.

Many journalists don’t care that we have a government bureaucracy that works with media companies to censor speech and take sides in elections. (We have the Hatch Act to keep government employees out of politics.) It is apparently not major news that intelligence agencies and a congressman can silence political opponents. The efforts to control speech about COVID-19 and vaccines would be a separate article in itself. What’s more, the Twitter Files expose only what happened at Twitter. We can sure that the government has been just as deeply involved with every other platform.

Mr. Taibbi showed that media, agitation from activist groups, and pressure from the government can silence dissent. Only a few journalists, such as Mr. Taibbi himself, still seem to believe that the government should not force a political ideology on the people. Journalists who agree with that ideology think it’s fine.

That doesn’t make it legal. Attorney Jed Rubenfeld writes in The Wall Street Journal that a lawsuit filed by Alex Berenson over his Twitter suspension was dismissed because the judge thought it “implausible” the government was involved in censorship. Now we know it happened all the time. The Catch-22 is that thanks to Elon Musk, we can assume the policies have changed. It could now be hard to sue Twitter, especially if suspended accounts are restored.

However, there is an alternative to suing Twitter or any other platform. Mr. Rubenfeld suggests a class-action suit against the government employees who asked that users be censored. At stake is not just the right of the speaker to speak, but the right of the audience to hear. The Supreme Court agreed in Virginia Board of Pharmacy v. Virginia Citizens Consumer Council (1976). Furthermore, in Norwood v. Harrison (1973), the Court held it was “axiomatic” that the government “may not induce, encourage, or promote private persons to accomplish what it is constitutionally forbidden to accomplish,” namely, engage in censorship. This is precisely what the Twitter files show the government was doing.

The Trump DHS was doing it when it urged private companies to censor people because the feds couldn’t do it directly. Mr. Rubenfled quotes Judge Richard Posner of the Seventh U.S. Circuit of Appeals in v. Dart (2015): “When a government official unconstitutionally attempts to induce a private company not to carry someone else’s speech, the official’s conduct ‘is actionable and can be enjoined.” It’s actionable even if the company ignores it. The mere fact of trying to censor speech is a violation of the First Amendment. Mr. Rubenfeld thinks a user class-action suit against federal defendants has real potential. “The freedom of speech can’t survive in this country if the government is free to work with tech companies to control what can be said or seen in the square,” he concluded.

Unfortunately, while Mr. Musk has done America a great service by bringing these possible crimes to light, he has already turned his back on principle. He refuses to lift the ban on Alex Jones, on the grounds that he has “no mercy for anyone who would use the deaths of children for gain, politics or fame.” Does that include David Hogg and other gun control activists who milk every tragedy to chip away at the Second Amendment? Free speech is not about personal preference. It’s the right to say anything that is not illegal or a direct threat of violence. Mr. Musk is now a censor, and has implicitly endorsed every other account on Twitter because, out of personal preference, he’s letting them stay up. Banning Kanye West and the National Justice Party sends the same message. Journalists will find Twitter accounts they don’t like, write stories about them, rally activists, and blame Mr. Musk for not banning them. We will be right back where we started. The American solution is to restore free speech for all.

Whether journalists or ethnic lobby groups get upset should have no bearing on whether a citizen can express his opinion. The truth also matters. Going along with delusions about racial equivalence is destroying our country and has already destroyed many once-great cities. We can’t solve problems we can’t discuss.

Nor can anyone claim that Twitter is just a private company that can choose what it publishes. It was becoming an arm of American law enforcement. Access should be a civil right.

Our own accounts at AmRen are still reportedly under review. We will not start new ones lest we be accused of “ban evasion.” We patiently await the promised “amnesty” for banned accounts. We never broke any Twitter rules, never promoted an illegal act, never used vulgar language. It may be because we were effective that we were banned. If Mr. Musk dumps all the “Twitter Files,” someday we may see what rationalizations, if any, Twitter employees came up with to ban us.

There is nothing more fundamental to what this country is supposed to be than freedom of speech. The next time our rulers demand a crusade against an authoritarian regime with censored media, questionable elections, and unchecked intelligence agencies, we need not look to Moscow or Beijing. There’s an increasingly authoritarian regime that poses a far more direct threat to Americans right here at home.

(Republished from American Renaissance by permission of author or representative)
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  1. FBI official Laura Dehmlow said, “We need a media infrastructure that is held accountable.”

    Yeah, you already have that. 99% of it.

    It’s that other 1% that’s driving you crazy.

    Mr. Dorsey should have done a better job preventing extremists from gaining power inside the company. Twitter employees clearly didn’t care about free speech and activist groups and journalists were also demanding more censorship. The result was capture by the authoritarian and “woke” Left, something we’ve also seen at PayPal and elsewhere. It has become a drearily familiar story.

    After all, who are they going to hire, even if they wanted to? The vast majority of Gen Z and Millennials are thoroughly wokified. And sure, they believe in free speech—but only for those who agree with them.

    Control of mass-media propaganda, lost to the Tribe several decades ago, made these automatons what they are, essentially creating a new reality along the way. Until control is somehow wrested back, there will be no progress. Trouble is, about 300 million people have been brainwashed.

    Taibbi, Weiss, Greenwald and others (including many published right here on are doing great work. But the Empire has survived more grievous assaults than this in the past. The assaults need to be ramped up, and reactionary political tastemakers need to be challenged. Anywhere and everywhere.

    • Agree: ruralguy, Renard
    • Replies: @Doug Ryler
    , @brostoevsky
  2. Biff says:

    Is America a ‘Free Country?’


    • Thanks: Zane
  3. Jewish Power can freely do as it pleases.

    It’s good to be the king.

    • LOL: IronForge
  4. 1. Thoroughly agree that Twitter-government collusion in censorship is wrong.
    2. Thoroughly agree that media’s ignoring of this is outrageous.
    3. Still, I think it somewhat muddies the waters to bring the Covid matter into this. Almost everyone would agree that in emergencies the government should not be indifferent to what is being said. Take, for example, a situation where a flood is imminent because of a dam’s rupturing. Imagine someone deliberately lies about where people should go to avoid oncoming flood. Does government really have no responsibility to ensure people are accurately informed? Covid, obviously, is a more complex and somewhat less urgent problem, but it was still an emergency.

    • Replies: @Redman
  5. Alrenous says: • Website

    In short, America is indeed a free country, but Americans are not a free people.

    To take up the available freedom, they would have to do something that takes more work than whining on twitter, and they don’t feel it’s worth the effort. E.g. you can just not take the vaccine. However, if you do that, your neighbours might say unkind things about you, so they do take the vaccine.

    There are many, many ways to produce a decentralized version of twitter that would drop nodes that the users considered compromised. It is likely that spies and hall monitors wouldn’t even be able to develop an initial following except among other spies – the way KKK groups tend to be 80% FBI agents. The network simply wouldn’t make a place for them. As a bonus, your tweets would be held locally, allowing you to easily migrate to a different network, and disallowing the service to unilaterally delete your tweets.
    However, it is clear that not only do Americans not care for decentralized ideas, they actively despise them and want the government to tell them clearly what to think.

    It is apparently not major news that intelligence agencies and a congressman can silence political opponents.

    Indeed, it is not. Woke is more correct than the mainstream.
    Like the Romans, Americans admire cruel, sadistic leaders. If nobody can delete your account at whim, they get disappointed and upset. The more iron the fist, the more excited they are to be tyrannized by it. Nietzsche was right.

    • Replies: @Flaturth
  6. Phibbs says:

    You know what? The vast majority of Americans don’t care about moral issues anymore. They don’t care about “President” Biden and his evil character and policies. They don’t care that the government is stoking the fires of World War Three in Ukraine. They don’t care that Jews own the government and the media. We (Caucasian) Americans are a contemptible people who deserve to lose our freedoms and have blacks overrun us with the full support of the Jews and their shills.

  7. None of this is new and nothing will change because this whole exercise by Musk and his deep state compatriots is to divert attention to known players who executed the orders while the people who conceived and gave the orders remain unidentified and hidden and free to sharpen their playbook and come up with more covert options to continue doing what is being done currently

  8. tyrone says:

    Is America a ‘Free Country?’

    ……..America is a free shit country, why do you think all those ILLEGALS are pouring over the border.

  9. ruralguy says:

    If you walk around any mall in America, you’ll find strange people from every country in the world, none of whom have anything in common with you. Legal theory emphasis the importance that laws reflect common values and traditions. There are no common values among the hordes of immigrants that are rapidly dominating our demographics, other than a frightening cult-like woke standard, modeled after the Chinese Red Guard revolution. If we are all just strangers with no shared values, law and order should disintegrate, if legal theory is right. Already, like the Chinese revolution, our history is being rewritten and people with the wrong views are canceled, though not yet executed. Is anyone “free” in these revolutions? No.

    • Agree: Old Prude
  10. Flaturth says:

    Would appreciate a pointer to where I can read more about your Nietzsche reference regarding Americans desire for tyranny. I’m a big fan of that point of view but I’m not well read on the subject.

  11. SafeNow says:

    Twitter Files expose only what happened at Twitter…the same happened with other platforms as well- the essay

    As long as we are expanding the reach of banning, there is this. What about the banning that happened in countless families and friend groups. What happened is that Conservatives were ostracized, because their liberal family and friends were getting all of their information from Twitter etc. And so, the Conservative seemed to be grossly misinformed; and more than that, evil.

    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
  12. E_Perez says:

    Is America a ‘Free Country?’

    Funny that Dr. Hood asks that question based on the Twitter files.

    A country that has been lied into two World Wars, into the Vietnam war, into attacking Iraq, Libya, Afghanistan – you named it, into bold cover-ups like 9/11, the Israeli attack on the Liberty and many others, cannot be said “a free country” unless these decisions had been freely debated, which was never the case.

    Since more than a century your media are under Jewish control, you never had any saying or “free speech”, in any political issue of real importance.

    Don’t complain about Twitter censorship, its only the most recent nail in the coffin … and not even the biggest.

  13. You legitamize the Fascist Regime in Washington when you refer to it as “the left”.

    • Agree: Franz
    • Replies: @Franz
    , @Alrenous
  14. Mexico is pretty awesome

  15. Franz says:

    You legitamize the Fascist Regime in Washington when you refer to it as “the left”.

    In fact, Left and Right are now pretty useless for determining things. What kind of democrat wants weapons for the Ukrainians and thousands of military-aged “migrants” pouring into the country?

    Phil Ochs sang it right long time ago: “This country’s under some kind of cures.”

    • Replies: @Anon
  16. Alrenous says: • Website

    Fascism is by far the best and most accurate umbrella term for leftism. There isn’t and never was anything rightist about Fascism, except in reference to other Fascists.

    The core doctrines of leftism are egalitarianism and irresponsibility. Everyone is identical – e.g. man = woman – and if you make a mistake you should never have to pay for it yourself. If anything bad happens to you, it must have been someone else’s fault. It’s Capitalism’s fault. It’s the fault of White Men. It’s the fault of Da Joos. Anything is fine as long as it justifies continues Fascist stagnation.

    The core doctrines of the right are inequality and responsibility. Some people are plain better than you are, and that’s why they’re doing better. If something bad happens to you, no matter how little it may be your own fault, it’s even less the fault of your poor neighbours, who shouldn’t have to deal with it if they don’t want to. If you screw up, you deserved to get fucked and die. If you want better, be prepared to pay for it yourself.

    • Replies: @Hulkamania
  17. @SafeNow

    Yes. In addition, millions of us stood up for liberty, freedom of choice, bodily autonomy, freedom of movement, freedom to conduct honest business and earn a living, freedom from constant surveillance, who are NOT “conservatives.” We also bore the brunt of rude, hysterical, medically ill-informed, closeminded, bullying relatives and coworkers.

    • Agree: SafeNow
  18. @E_Perez

    A country that has been lied into two World Wars

    After we got dragged into the wars those who dared dissent were declared “traitors” and often jailed if they made too much noise. The masses were whipped up into wild hysteria.

    This garbage has been going on for a long long time–the “free” country myth was propaganda for more than a century.

  19. Mac_ says:

    If answering article title, though some examples in article, think is more basic, and should divide in groups, because is the country free assumes one group, when there are two. Those claiming to be state, corporations, false doctors pharma, lawyers, media, etc take power as group, as everyone else is another group. Supposed groups such as race or relgion they pander to temporarily as if ‘in’ group but are not, they are in second group. Including some of dupe jews who get some special treatment but still told same dictates, such as ‘lockdown, or supposed gun laws, more immigrants, or pay tax so the power group have more weapons, etc. Obviously many jews in power group though some dupe jews aren’t, but ignore, which is same problem as others ignoring.

    So question is really on two groups. Those acting for power, so they are free, as other group chooses not to, except some who try, though seem static because of those who ignore. Appreciate the article, also other comments.

  20. Dr. Doom says:

    Fascism is the reaction to Communism.
    Communism is the endgame of “woke” BS.

    Capitalism funds Communism.
    Economic materialism is Satanic.

    The materialism opposes the spirit.
    It degrades values to hedonism.

    The Synagogue of Satan worships materialism.
    It has no spiritual value or soul.

    You can have the future or the “jews”.
    Choose one. Choose wisely.

    • Replies: @Anon
  21. Democracy is just a silly game people like to play. In some countries where it is banned some people are willing to fight and die so they can be allowed to play this silly game.

    One thing democracy does is divert some/many of your tax dollars to support useless parasitic politicians so you can watch their mouths move on the TV and have them acting like pop stars all over the media. If you want to fund their lavish lifestyles, their expensive villas, travels, dinners, entourages, courtesans, rather than using your tax dollars to fund health care, education, housing for the poor then be my guest and play the stupid game of democracy. If you somehow think it is advantageous for society to support parasitic politicians and their parties (coke fuelled Bunga Bunga and whatever other) well what can I do about it?

  22. Zane says:

    Trump is right-wing? When did this happen? He used to be a registered Democrat. I don’t think his core ideologies – if indeed he even has any – have significantly altered since his gung ho days in 1980s NYC.

    Don’t get me wrong. Trump has some positives. But he can’t save America on his own. No one can.

    • Replies: @Supply and Demand
  23. And none of this is particularly interesting because none of it is illegal. Companies in the USA are allowed to act on political biases. Companies in the USA are also allowed to consult with law enforcement and with intelligence services as well. Republicans were fine with this and lobbied for decades in support of companies being allowed to do more or less whatever they want.

  24. @Alrenous

    Some people are plain better than you are, and that’s why they’re doing better.

    Yes, and those people mostly happen to be democrats who think you’re trash. Funny how none of the actual rich and powerful people are ever right wing lolbertarians like you, yet right wing lolbertarians still hold to this fantasy that they represent the natural aristocracy or something.

    • Agree: mocissepvis
    • Thanks: Alrenous
    • Replies: @Alrenous
    , @Anon
    , @Anon
  25. The land of the free and the home of the brave
    Became the land of the sheep and the home of the slave

    Here is why:

    Franklin said he gave us a republic, with the caveat that we would be the ones to ensure its survival.

    Mission failed. But we can still salvage it.

  26. [email protected]‘Even under Trump’. The dude never cared about you, get over it already. He did more for Israelis during his presidency than he did for white Americans his entire life.

    He only used you like cheap hoes to get your votes and you still worship this loser.

    Nonetheless America is a freer country than any other because everyone doing this cute dissenting crap in other places would be in prison. In the mind of who wrote this article Twitter = America too lol. Go touch grass

    Twitter isn’t even a public company anymore. Do you let raving lunatics insult your wife in your own house? If not, there’s no reason Elon should let idiots like Alex Jones back in.

    • Replies: @Anon
  27. There is no freedom without freedom from Jews.

    • Agree: HT
  28. Jesus Christ, just an endless c&p ot twooteristics.

    Jesus Christ, anybody can get a job here. A monkey could do that.

  29. Is America a ‘Free Country?’

    A loaded question like you’ve never seen. The “Founding Fathers’” slaves and indentured servants were, at the very least, free to be traded, and hanged and shot for disobeying their orders. Whatever the fuck “communism” has to do with that.

  30. Tom Welsh says:

    ‘“The Department of Homeland Security is saying that if your site is a so-called ‘cesspool of hate,’ it wants a private company to leave you unprotected from an illegal attack so your political enemies can drive you off the Internet,” said Jared Taylor at the time’.

    “Cesspool of hate”… nice calm, objective language, as you would expect from the government, that fountainhead of fairness and justice.

    Maybe DHS should look up the meaning of the word “prejudice”. If anything really were “a cesspool of hate”, I presume it might be reasonable for citizens to want it investigated at least.

    However I can hardly think what that extraordinary, highly emotive phrase can mean. Does it imply, for example, that hatred is always bad?

    In that case why don’t the US government and NATO change their foolish, violently hate-filled policies towards Russia, China, Iran, Venezuela…?

    After all, it might be rather more meaningful to refer to Washington DC as “a cesspool of hate” (although that should really be “hatred”) – and murderous violence.

  31. GMC says:

    Oh sure it is Biff – It’s a Free for All – for all the bought politicians, the criminal opportunists, the Federal money laundering agencies like the MIC, DEA, FBI etc. , and every other part of the greedy US Crime Syndicate that is looting the country. Free , Free – Free for the taking !

    • Agree: Biff
  32. We don’t need another hero.

    Video Link

    • Replies: @anon
    , @Joe Joe
    , @G. Poulin
  33. Anon[213] • Disclaimer says:

    Anyone who lived in the communist dictatorships of Eastern Europe before 1990, can attest that the U.S. has far more censorship today. We are not even close to a free society.

    • Replies: @mocissepvis
  34. Tundra says:

    Excellent cover and summary of the Twitter files and related matters. I must say, though, that burrowing through mounds of Tweets is a brain-frying experience.

  35. aspnaz says:

    American progressives are so easily manipulated away from their declared principles in order to support the underdog, usually driven by the likes of ADL, the group that sees itself as the top underdog and number one deserving beneficiary.

    A person like Yoel Roth, a left wing person of low intelligence, should never have even been in a position of power at Twitter. Mind you, Jack the founder looks like a drug adled drongo, he lost control of his own company, so there was not alot happening between those ears. Anyway, not surprised he would think it was cool to appoint a gay pedophile who did a phd thesis on grinder. Yes, it is possible to gain a phd by writing a thesis on grinder, discovering nothing new, just regurgitating left wing talking points as heard when smoking joints with Jack and his mates. This is how I know Yoel is not very clever, as clever people like to do clever things with their brains, Yoel not so much.

    • Agree: fnn
  36. eah says:

    After vicious COVID authoritarianism, this questions answers itself — during all of that, I said a number of times that no Western country should ever call itself ‘free’ again, and the West should never refer to itself as the ‘free world’ again.

    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
  37. Negrolatry and Jungle Fever control Europe.

  38. P.T. says:

    I can and do point out that Twitter is a private company that has the freedom to choose what it publishes.

    • Replies: @Miro23
  39. Alrenous says: • Website

    It’s really important to you that I see myself a certain way, isn’t it? Thanks for caring! Autographs are next week.

    P.S. Materialism is bad for you! Maybe quit?

  40. “–This had all been reported piecemeal before the “Twitter files” appeared, but outsiders could only speculate on exactly how social media work with the federal government. Elon Musk, head of Twitter, now says “almost every conspiracy theory that people had about Twitter turned out to be true.” He added that the worst speculations might be even “more true than people thought.”–”

    It will be interesting to see if Musk will continue to support the Zionist mafia or if he will move to a bigger circle and will do the ’unz-trick’, that is, put his money to a nobler cause and move to support the more spiritually mature camp of Ron Unz, who were the best possible candidate for the new president, a man who might still be able to save the country if supported by Musk?

  41. Redman says:

    But what happens if it is the government (or powerful groups within the government) that is lying during the emergency for personal ulterior motives?

    Covid skeptics have good cause to believe Fauci, Daszek, Collins, et al. may have had more than just concern for the public health behind their authoritarian management of the Covid media narrative over the last 2-3 years. The issue of Covid doesn’t muddy the waters. It’s a prime example of the potential dangers of repressing free speech.

  42. Anon[331] • Disclaimer says:

    To each his own but personally, freedom is a state of mind. There are prisoners who are free and free who are prisoners.

    The 24/7 MSM and thousands of “experts” on YouTube keep people in a perpetual state of fear and tension. Every situation is a drama meant to keep the audience on its toes.

    Folks are trapped into looking at programs that tie in with their beliefs. At the same time they are trapped into a mindset that make them jailbirds of their thoughts and those of others.

    People also put themselves in straight jackets and handcuffs. When a man is encouraged to borrow money and live beyond his means, and succumbs to the temptation, he is by his own hand putting himself in a cage !

    I believe one has to get to the stage where one does not give a shit but is thoughtful and cautious. Otherwise you are always jumping to someone else’s jitterbug and thus,in reality, not only not free but a slave.

    The Politicians and our leaders are doing their own thing and dont give a damn, so why should you ?

  43. @Biff

    Is America a ‘Free Country?’


    Indeed, it’s an inane question even when asked rhetorically. It eludes me why Mr. Hood chose to write a longwinded essay on the topic that contains background information that his readership are either already well aware of, or would find about as surprisng as a sunset in the west.

    Much more relevant and useful would be an exploration that takes this theme as a given and instead discusses useful strategies for changing the status quo. Alas, much like the topic of naming (((those at the center of power over us))), no one wants to touch that with a one thousand-foot pole. It’s safer to just play the role of journalistic Captain Obvious.

  44. @loner feral cat

    Inre the message in that cartoon, when was the uniparty NOT in business?

  45. Anon[195] • Disclaimer says:

    What kind of democrat wants weapons for the Ukrainians and thousands of military-aged “migrants” pouring into the country?

    Your run-of-the-mill Democrat/leftist?

    • Agree: Franz
  46. Anon[195] • Disclaimer says:

    Some people are plain better than you are, and that’s why they’re doing better.

    those people mostly happen to be democrats

    Better at running to the government in order to enrich themselves/get ahead?

  47. @Anon

    Amoricons believe their country to be “free” because the governing powers haven’t made actual chattel slaves out of them a la antebellum southern niggroes. The fact that they’re still “free” to choose their own preferences for bread and circuses has them convinced that they’re a “free” people, because frivolities are all that matter to them. An unserious people without a moral compass or cerebral capability to think critically over serious matters is incapable of being free.

  48. @HammerJack

    America has not been free since the Jewish elite took over the Federal Reserve in 1913.

    There are many things no one can talk about the Jews still, unless one wants to be Kanyed.

    • Replies: @sally
  49. Anon[279] • Disclaimer says:

    People who run to the government in order to enrich themselves/get ahead…

    …represent the natural aristocracy or something


  50. Anon[279] • Disclaimer says:
    @Dr. Doom

    Capitalism funds

    Are you sure?

    Capitalism is an economic system based on the private ownership of the means of production and their operation for profit.[1][2][3][4] Central characteristics of capitalism include capital accumulation, competitive markets, price system, private property, property rights recognition, voluntary exchange, and wage labor.[5][6] In a market economy

    • Replies: @anarchyst
  51. Nat X says:

    Amerikkka has never been a “free” country for the dindoo. I just love reading all the bitchin and moaning that you incels are doing because you feel that your rights are being violated but yet you deplorables conveniently ignore the history of racism directed toward the dindoo. Yall are some weak, cry baby mofos…

    • Replies: @mark green
  52. Anon[756] • Disclaimer says:

    Dissenters aren’t in prison in The Democrat Shithole of America ?

  53. Negrolatry and BAMMAMA(blacks are more muscular and more aggressive) are te new norms of Europe.

    • Replies: @CelestiaQuesta
    , @Nat X
  54. anarchyst says:

    There was a time when federal government agencies were prohibited from advocating or commenting on political matters. Their only jobs were to enforce federal diktats put in place by politicians–nothing more.
    That all changed after Watergate, when federal agencies started speaking out and advocating political positions that were clearly partisan and political in nature–positions that would ensure their “necessity”.
    That should have been “nipped in the bud” but never was. During the Bush 1 administration, the politicization of federal agencies was complete, except for the weaponization of the agencies which took place during the 0’bama administration.
    ALL federal agencies must be prohibited from advocating ANY political advocacy or partisan weaponization.
    It is probably too late to reign them in…

    • Replies: @Alrenous
  55. anarchyst says:

    Labor is never given value, but is a commodity-a “necessary evil” according to the Wall Street types and is to be minimized and marginalized at all costs.
    Adolf Hitler’s Germany monetized labor and gave it value. THAT is the reason that the jews went after Germany. Post WW1 Germany was successful in its economy due to throwing off the shackles (and shekels) of the internationalist banksters.
    Henry Ford CREATED a market which had not existed when he paid his employees $5.00 per day when the average wage of the day was around $1.25 per day. His premise was not entirely altruistic as assembly line work was monotonous; a way had to be found to retain employees as well. However, his institution of the $5.00 per day wage and the 8-hour workday made it possible for his employees to “enjoy the fruits of their labor” as was espoused in his writings. Ford was the polar opposite of the “robber baron”.
    Of course, the wall street types and the banksters howled that Ford’s wage rates would destroy capitalism (as they knew it-those at the top reap all of the benefits while the proles are forced to live on a bare subsistence wage, due to the machinations of those at the top).
    Guess what??
    The OPPOSITE happened. Henry Ford knew one of the basic tenets of a truly free, capitalistic society, that a well-paid work force would be able to participate and contribute to a strong economy, unlike what is taught in business schools today-that wages must be kept to a bare minimum and that the stockholder is king.
    Our “free trade” politicians have assisted the greedy wall street types and banksters in depressing wages on the promise of cheap foreign labor and products.
    A good example of this is the negative criticism that Costco receives for paying its employees well above market wages. These same wall street types praise Wal-Mart for paying its employees barely subsistence wages while assisting them in filling out their public assistance (welfare) forms.
    Any sane person KNOWS that in order for capitalism to work, employees need to make an adequate wage. Unfortunately, this premise does not exist in today’s business climate.
    In fact, real wage growth stopped in 1970 and never recovered.
    Henry Ford openly criticized those of the “tribe” for manipulating wall street and banksters to their own advantage, and was roundly (and unjustly) criticized for pointing out the TRUTH.
    Catholic priest, Father Coughlin did the same thing and was punished by the Catholic church, despite his popularity and exposing the TRUTH of the American economy and the outsider internationalists that ran it . . . and STILL run it.
    Our race to the bottom will not be without consequences. A great realignment is necessary (and is coming) . . .

  56. Alrenous says: • Website

    Labor is never given value, but is a commodity-a “necessary evil” according to the Wall Street types and is to be minimized and marginalized at all costs.

    Of course Americans never think of starting their own businesses.

    If Wall Street says labour prices must go down, Americans continue working at Wall Street companies. They just…complain about it. Sometimes.

    When offered a bad deal, Americans go all, “Please sir, can I have another?” At some point you realize that if Wall Street didn’t rip Americans off, America would look everywhere until they found someone who would. If a hostile foreign corporate-industrial complex didn’t exist, voters would have to invent it. They absolutely refuse to defend themselves.

    It would seem that when an American is whining, that’s how you know they’re happy.

    Fun fact: the Wall Street public-private “partnership” is textbook Fascism.
    Americans could create and defend private firms that reject “public” “”partnership”” but that wouldn’t be nearly Fascist enough to satisfy them.

  57. HT says:

    The more Jew influence in America, the less liberty in America. We let this go on way too long and now the people who might be inclined to stop it are part of a powerless and disenfranchised minority.

  58. Alrenous says: • Website

    Quis custodiet.
    Who said it?
    Who was expecting anything different? And why?

  59. Is America a free country? Only the Sanhedrin is qualified to give the official answer.

  60. CQ has never Twittered, and reading this Twitter filled piece proves my point. It’s a propaganda arm for those you’re prohibited to name.

    Just because you have a watch, doesn’t mean you have to wear it or look at it.

    Freedom is when you’re allowed to burn or lynch in the public square those violating constitutional rights.

    You’re going to need millions of trees and a million miles of rope just clear parasites at the top.

    • Replies: @TheMoon
  61. Is America free? If you mean are we free to burn loot murder and rape white peepooz and snatch and grab all the free Schitt you can stuff in a duffel bag???

    Then woo yeah huh huh, wez free, free from the shackles of whitey.

  62. Watch this carefully to see how the State requirement of a backdoor to social media has subverted the 1st Amendment allowing the Govt to directly censor free speech . The “Twitter Files” is a ruse to legitimize a continuing propaganda operation fed by the Feds , A coverup to promote the “reformed ” Twitter owned by one of the larger beneficiaries of Govt contracts .

  63. @Priss Factor

    Niggaz should be outlawed from public squares, punishable by bullet to the head.

    That alone would clean up 99% of all crime in US and EU.

    • Replies: @Anon
  64. @Nat X

    Amerikkka has never been a “free” country for the dindoo. I just love reading all the bitchin and moaning that you incels are doing because you feel that your rights are being violated but yet you deplorables conveniently ignore the history of racism directed toward the dindoo. Yall are some weak, cry baby mofos…

    You make a good point. The dindoos have long been relegated to a lower status with fewer rights in America. This was by design. And it makes sense. This is because European-derived peoples–upon discovering this uncivilized and unattractive race–found them to be intellectually inferior and socially undesirable. Thus the dindoos were consigned a lower caste due to these perceived innated deficiencies.

    It was the unrealistic and destructive ‘integration movement’ (of the so-called Civil Rights Era) which reversed this popular and common sense view that once protected White people from the commonplace savagery of imported negros.

    (((They))) won’t be unleashing avoidable timebombs like this in Israel.

    • Replies: @Nat X
    , @Anon
  65. The day after the stolen 2020 election, a Facebook group was started for discussing aspects of the election which were amiss.

    Facebook terminated the page shortly thereafter, when it had over 350,000 followers.

    Straight out of the ‘election integrity project’ wargaming playbook.

  66. TheMoon says:

    Is America a ‘Free Country?’

    If you have to ask the question, you are still asleep.

    • Agree: Odd Rabbit
  67. TheMoon says:

    Lynching is too kind. You can’t punish these creatures enough for what they have done, the millions of lives destroyed or ended. Every medieval torture you can think of combined is insufficient.

    We can try, though.

  68. Nat X says:
    @Priss Factor

    Come the day of the rope yall yts gonna have more to worry about than a stolen bike lol.

    • Replies: @Anon
  69. Nat X says:
    @mark green

    You sound like a pansy ass incel yt. I’m looking forward to seeing your head on a pike. After several days of torture…

  70. sally says:
    @Doug Ryler

    American has not been free since 1788.. when Article VII of the Constitution quashed the Articles of confederation states rights government and established a Republican federalist form of Government (1776-1788). Both American governments were called the United States of America but they were as different as night and day.

    IMO, the constitution gave back to the British Aristocracy nearly everything the American Revolution prosecuted by the Articles government took from the British including British Banker and business interests. see 1, 2, 3, 4, 6,7,8 below.

    The Articles of confederation government prosecuted the War against British Rule (American Revolution) and in the process took from the British occupying America the following major things[my opinion]:
    1. Political system to empower and promote the Business deals of the British Aristocrats in America .
    2. lands owned by beneficiaries of grants of said land acquired from Acts of British queens, kings parliament.
    These grants of land gave title to land in America the size of most states in America to British Aristocrats; such title should have ceased to exist after the Revolution?
    3. protection for British Aristocrats by a standing Army from the rath of angry Americans.
    4. Private Banking rights and Banking dominance over American agriculture and business interest
    5. Titles of Nobility that the Aristocracy enjoyed under British Rule.
    6. Right of a federal government to tax Americans (Under articles govt the states did the taxing & governing).
    7. A court system designed to protect the British Aristocrats and to promote their for profit deals.
    8. The rights of British corporations ( East | West Indies corporations for example) to do business in America.

  71. @Biff

    America is a ‘Fee Country’.

  72. @anarchyst

    You are calling a type of socialism ‘capitalism’, a typical desperate ploy of the Right. Capitalism is cancer. It consumes all things and reduces them to the grey goo of money, concentrated in as few hands as possible. No wonder you are an anthropogenic climate destabilisation denialist. You know what you WANT to believe, then fit the facts to it.

    • Replies: @Anon
  73. Miro23 says:

    I can and do point out that Twitter is a private company that has the freedom to choose what it publishes.

    You could say that about the whole of the US MSM. The problem is that it just happens to be owned by Jewish activists. They use it to further their own ethnic and commercial interests. That’s THEIR national freedom not YOUR national freedom.

    Same as the bought and threatened Congress represents THEIR interests not YOUR interests. So yes, the US is a dictatorship and they’re fast ramping up the war against dissent.

  74. @eah

    What? It took you near eighty years to work that out, to be generous. No capitalist regime has EVER been ‘free’ save for the rich. I suppose you, rich or poor, are ‘free’ to sleep under a bridge, however.

    • Replies: @Wizard of Oz
  75. Anon[292] • Disclaimer says:

    What about the people who allow the Niggaz to do whatever they do?

    • Replies: @CelestiaQuesta
  76. Al least, we know now… It wasn’t some obscure AI algorithm who censored us. Just a bunch of agents from a three-letter agency…

  77. Anon[363] • Disclaimer says:
    @mulga mumblebrain

    What is Capitalism ?

  78. Joe Joe says:
    @Priss Factor

    the robber looks like he is black. the white hero who took him out is gonna get “Rittenhoused”!!! 🙁

  79. Judd says:

    my response is emotional and rhetorical, but by any objective measure, we clearly dont live in a democracy; not by a long shot;

    here is one example, when i go to a US supermarket, in any given isle I can see so many products, almost dizzying amounts of “differentiated” ‘local’ and corporate products, all competing for my attention on shelf space;

    but the reality,

    as many of you guys know, the reality is that, when we step back and look at what is on the shelves in US supermarkets, corn flakes? why not monsanto flakes and put it into later parkinsons flakes into pfizer flakes.

    REGARDLESS if its KROGER, WALMART, AMAZON/WHOLEFOODS, we are looking at about 4 or 5 basic commodities, sugar, flour, wheat, corn, cotton, oil(plant based or fossil/abiotic) , its 2023, but we are ruled by 200 year old commodities which is fine! but also by their political economies; thats a trucking problem. how many of you own dow/monsanto (someone correct me on what they are actually called now in ’23 please, thanks in advance) .

    so to me its kinda like the movie they live, once you “see” whats on the shelves in the richest country on earth, DESPITE the dizzying array of choices, its basically, really a tunnel we are all forced into, because that makes money and its “efficient” , efficiency led to the coivd “warp speed” vax, and man other things…ok im gonna get off my high horse now.

    ill just say this

    I don’t see a way back home and with each passing moment, all paths will eventually lead to one.

    They do not listen to us, they do not represent the majority will of the people, they are unresponsive, they do not care for the welfare of the people; they openly lie, brazenly loot and are wanton murderers of the highest order;

    they impose collective trauma and always in the name of safety or “national security” they rape the Law at great cost to the people, they are treasonous and the enemy of the people; As such,

    Run this algo:

    Nothing less than full decapitation; 535 +9 plus their staffs and families – this is a minimum.

    Then, burn the National Security Council, the DOD, the executive office of the president of the united states, DEA, ATF, FBI, CIA, FDA, CDC, IRS, DOJ, SEC; The Federal Reserve and all its branches(especially the NY FED) and all of its board members, any registered foreign agent; organizations such as AIPAC or the Chamber of Commerce or FINRA, all holders of dual or multiple nationality should be given one chance to pick one nationality, basically all of it is rotten to the core and needs to come down.

    We offer amnesty and reconciliation to the rest if they swear an oath not to act as traitors to the country and the people.

    I know its not pretty, it has very bad slippery slope french revolution potential, but this is where we are, I’m tired of being constantly lied to and treated as an enemy at worst and as a cow to be milked at best. There are millions of Americans in various forms of consciousness that feel the same way as I do.

    Its too late, we cant go home, we have to decapitate and start over and rebuild with what is left. The looting and Lies have to stop and there must be consequences for past wrongs done to the people and the country.

    People are tired of being traumatized not by foreign agents and enemies but by their own representatives and government. This blatant abuse and trauma imposed on us by the US congress and the white house and US institutions is beyond anything acceptable, this society is sick, precisely due to the action of the elites doing the “leading”. Enough.

    The looting and lying must stop.

  80. IronForge says:

    No, never were Free.

    The only ones who were and still are – are the Plutarchy and their Vassal_Oligarchs who run not only Murica but also the Western H8_Hegemony

  81. @HammerJack

    Man, this is why we should hope for the victory of the Z-men. Not the heroes we want, but the ones we need. The embarrassment of Russia spanking NATO and the following collapse of Western economies would force the change needed in the US. The Empire must die to save the Republic. Time for the spirit of 1776 and getting back to our classical European roots. The sad truth is that America is beyond repair now. The Deep State must be dismantled, and most likely it’ll be a violent affair. The average American can still be put back on the right track given the right circumstances. The govt not so much :/

    • Agree: Renard
    • Replies: @Corvinus
  82. profnasty says:

    Blah blah blah.
    Been sayin for years. When Russia threw out the Khordokofsky Commies, US and them passed each other in opposite directions. My college major was Communist history. Baby, you are Communist.
    So far, so good. No major US blood yet. Pray, and then pray again. You are in treacherous waters.
    If we push Russia to nuclear exchange; NY/DC/SF/Ft. Myers/Chicago/ Martha’s Fartyard; US are skrewed.
    Pray for Israel. US be dammed.

    • Replies: @anarchyst
  83. Corvinus says:

    Yes, America is a free country.

  84. @Hulkamania

    It needs to be illegal ASAP. The Constitution should not be an impediment to gaining practical freedom of expression and debate. And the Constitution is long a dead letter anyway.

  85. Henceforth, Ireland is Bonoland, or Bonona Republic.

  86. Me thinks it’s time to drop the term ‘Europe’ and call that part of the world Upper-North-Africa, or UNA.
    EU is meaningless. It should be called AU or African Union, a unification of Europe with Africa with total pressure from the Jewish cabal.

    And the problem isn’t Islam but racial. A lot of nonwhite colonizers are secular and only nominally Muslim, and many are totally into ‘western culture’ of rap, slut pride, and globo-homo. What really matters is they see whites as the weak-willed race, or a bunch of wheaks.

    This will also be the future of Japan, SK, and Taiwan. The Western formula from the 60s onward is one of civilizational suicide.

    Lose race-ism and lose your race and world.

    Only true race-ism resists the master-racism(of Jews & blacks) and servant-racism(of cucks, whites and yellow).

  87. anarchyst says:

    You need to be deported and shipped to israel with no chance of returning to the usa
    Israel is the source of our problems–the world base for every form of criminal activity.
    It is the “undocumented Israeli nukes” that the world should be concerned about.
    Israel needs no “delivery systems” for its nukes as they are already deployed and “in place” around the world.
    Why do yo think that Israel refuses to account for its nukes. Israel could not produce them or account for them because they are already “ready to go”, being “pre-positioned” in major cities around the world.
    If an American or European city is nuked, it will have israel’s fingerprints all over it..

  88. Corvinus says:

    “Time for the spirit of 1776 and getting back to our classical European roots.”

    According to Who/Whom?

    “The sad truth is that America is beyond repair now.”

    Opinion on your part.

    “The Deep State must be dismantled, and most likely it’ll be a violent affair. The average American can still be put back on the right track given the right circumstances”

    Until YOU actually do something about the situation, you’re just clowning.

  89. Anon[358] • Disclaimer says:
    @Nat X

    Come the day of the rope Nigras gots to chooz- da rope or pickin cotton LOL.

    Yu b da house Bantu !

    YT will use you to flog your Bros
    While we flogs your Hoes. LMAO

  90. Anon[358] • Disclaimer says:
    @mark green

    Gnat X is uninformed ! Not even Africa is free and an American Jungle Bunny, not belonging to any Tribe will find himself coated in mud and barbecued.

    Thats why he stays in America. No balls to return to his Congo roots. Life is good here for these lazy leeches. There, aint no African Dictator going to provide an unemployed, useless American Negro perks and shit !

  91. Is America a ‘Free Country?’

    I say:

    White billionaires are getting their money for nothing and the USA for free.

    White billionaires are using their monetary policy extremism loot to sell the American people a fake story about the USA so the White billionaires can steal the real USA.

    Twenty percent federal funds rate from Fed Chairman Powell will implode the asset bubbles and that will financially obliterate the evil and demonic White billionaires.

    White billionaires have been clam-raking ill gotten gains from the monetary policy machinations of the Federal Reserve Bank and the White billionaires have used this monetary policy-derived loot to buy up all the politician whores.

    It is evil and treasonous White billionaires who are pushing ANTI-WHITE TOTALITARIANISM — AWT — in all European Christian nations. These evil and demonic and treasonous White billionaires are pushing AWT in order to destroy cultural cohesion and to produce the political atmosphere most conducive to ANARCHO-TYRANNY.

    Mark Zuckerberg and Ray Dalio and Jamie Dimon and Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates and Paul Singer and Mike Bloomberg and all the other White billionaire globalizers are evil rats who push nation-wrecking mass legal immigration and illegal immigration and multicultural mayhem.

    Get the young White men to win the hearts of young White women by repudiating government debt and private debt. Young White women want young White men to fight for them and their interests.

    Obviously, the treasonous rat globalizer filth in the GOP ruling class inspires nothing but scorn and contempt from young White men — and this middle-aged man and plenty of old dogs too!

    It is up to middle aged White men to rhetorically eviscerate treasonous rat scum like Kevin McCarthy and Mitch McConnell and the rest of the disgusting filth in the GOP ruling class.

    Total debt repudiation and asset bubble implosion should be the goal of all young White men and all White men of any age.

    The JEW/WASP Ruling Class of the American Empire is evil and treasonous and immoral and they must be politically pushed off a cliff to make way for the young White Core American Patriots.




  92. @Anon

    If you mean those that fund, support and give welfare and shelter to dindoos, yes, they should also receive head lobotomies.

  93. “Funny videos” from the Third World provide an unsuspected but immeasurable source of laughter for us culturally developed peoples. Not because their “humor” actually contains any even remote punch line, but the joke is in the absurdity of how a mentally mature individual can even interpret this incomprehensibly amateurish nonsense as “entertaining” and “funny”.

    For these creatures, developed only on an extremely low intellectual level, it is presumably just as “funny” to stone or rape a helpless woman in a group of like-minded savages, to torture a chained animal or to hang a burning tractor tire around the neck of one of their kind.

    • Replies: @littlereddot
  94. @Zane

    Fuck tRump.


    A 1980s Democrat.

  95. @Strange World

    Must you scrape the bottom of the barrel in order to get something to feel superior about?

  96. @littlereddot

    That’s why Mr. Unz hangs the flypaper.
    (Republished from American Renaissance by permission of author or representative)
    See also, Derbyshire, Kersey, Sailer, Weissberg, …

    None of them has practically anything dissident to offer on Big Sickness or Big War.

  97. @littlereddot

    Why do you implicitly disparage these admirable advanced cultures and civilizations as “dregs”, and impute your own racism to him by suggesting that he feels “superior” to them? (This mechanism is called “projection”.) White mankind has not the slightest reason to do so! Primitive, vulgar impudence!

    • Replies: @littlereddot
  98. …not to forget the “Honorary Professor of Ben Gurion University (2008)”.

  99. Alrenous says: • Website

    America is a Democracy in the sense that Plato precisely described America 2400 years ago and he called the polity Democracy.

    According to Plato, when a society has abandoned wisdom, abandoned courage, and abandoned keeping their word, you get Democracy.

    America is not a Democracy in the sense that Plato didn’t notice that a cowardly, ignorant liar cannot possibly be free.
    Aristocracy loses wisdom and becomes Timeocracy. Timeocracy loses courage and becomes Plutocracy. When the Plutocrats can’t even promise to be cowardly and delusional anymore, it becomes Democracy.
    But what does Democracy lose to become Tyranny? Nothing. It’s the same picture.

    America was founded as a theocratic Tyranny in 1776. America remains a theocratic Tyranny. The only meaningful change is that it has become better at Tyranny with practice.

  100. @mulga mumblebrain

    Your thinking is as rigidly simple minded as his. Consider the relief of someone who gets to a cou try like Australia afterbeing denied the necessary permissions to settle in Sn urban area in China and is now able to open his dry cleaning or fast food business on a busy street.

    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
  101. Anonymous[628] • Disclaimer says:

    none of this is particularly interesting because none of it is illegal.

    Well, if you believe the Holocaust happened, that wasn’t illegal, either. Nor was “death by a thousand cuts” in China. Nor rape in certain tribes. Nor defecating in public in half of India today.

    Slavery once was not illegal in America. Ditto segregation, Jim Crow laws, child labor, 14-hour work-days, oil-steel-railroad monopolies, and so on.

    Being “legal” doesn’t make something right.

    Plus when enough people don’t like something, they tend to ignore laws and/or theretofore “acceptable” cultural norms.

    SMG (social media giants) are like the old Bell Telephone System: sooner or later YouTube-Google-Twitter-Instagram-TikTok will be regulated, deemed New Age “town squares.” Like telephone monopolies, they’ll be broken up. The resulting entities will similarly not be allowed to curb-ban-lessen service based on the thoughts-feelings-beliefs of consumers.

  102. @every single time

    Apparently you misunderstand the meaning of my comment.

    India has produced a magnificent and admirable culture. One that has many wonderful and entertaining movies. Despite this, the original poster did bring up any good Indian movie, but instead “scraped the bottom of the barrel” to find the worst Indian youtube channel out there. And based on that single cherry picked channel, denigrates the entire country / civilisation.

    And what is his motive of belittling the “darkies”? It is so that he can feel better about himself… feel superior.

    Now that I have broken it down for you, what do you say?

    • Replies: @Deep Thought
  103. @littlereddot

    I have a question:

    Why is you who come out to defend the “darkies?” Why are the M’llies, who have dark skin, not doing something to defend the “darkies” from the whities?

    • Replies: @littlereddot
  104. @Deep Thought

    Well, I use “darkies” rhetorically. In the tribal white mind, everyone non-white is a darkie. You and me included….and at one time even Sicilians….LOL

    Actually I don’t intend to defend the “darkies”. Every race is a work in progress, and there is none that is exempt. I just find it annoying when tribal whites totally lack nuance and are too busy attacking others so that they don’t have to confront the ugliness within.

    • Thanks: Deep Thought
  105. G. Poulin says:
    @Priss Factor

    I nominate him for the annual “Put Out the Trash” award.

  106. That Guy says:

    Couldn’t agree more.

    In addition to all of the previous points you have mentioned, one needs a license to do most anything in the US anymore …. which isn’t the hallmark of a “Free” country.

    Here’s the most recent US ranking via the freedom index:,freedom%20statuses%20are%20calculated%20on%20a%20weighted%20scale.

  107. @Wizard of Oz

    China sent well over one million tourists to Austfalia before the bio-warfare attack on Wuhan. As far as I know none applied for asylum while here, despite Austfailia being some sort of asylum these days.

  108. at Duke University.

    He originally wrote in Spanish, later in English. This bk shows how Disney promotes a view of foreign cultures that sees them as inferior to the US; as jokes, really. Altho obviously, Disney is hardly the only vehicle for that outlook. And it’s sad, how Americans run around chanting “We’re No. 1,” when from a human pt of view, those mocked cultures are so far superior to ours. We’re clueless; we never bother to find out abt the Other. History will show who the real joke was, we are guessing.

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