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The White Renegade of the Year is the man who could have done the most good for his people, but instead did the most harm. This year’s renegade isn’t a single man but an entire industry.

If one were to identify the “Democrat Renegade of the Year,” the answer would be simple — Senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia. He “tore the heart” out of the Biden Administration’s legislative agenda. We should thank him (and Senate parliamentarian Elizabeth MacDonough) for sparing the country another amnesty for illegal immigrants.

Who is the White Renegade, the one who did the most damage when he could have done the most good? It’s hard to identify a single person. Most opposition to the progressives cultural revolution is pure reaction. While some may say they are against “wokeness,” no one with power is outlining ways it could be rolled back or abolished. There’s no agenda, no “Contract with America,” no plan.

There is little reason to think a Republican congressional majority in 2022 will make things better, and there are reasons to think it might make things worse. At the time of the greatest potential opportunity, conservatives could completely blow it — and that’s why Conservatism Inc. is this year’s White Renegade of the Year.

RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel calls the Republican National Convention to order at the Charlotte Convention Center in Charlotte, N.C., Monday August, 24, 2020. (Credit Image: © David T. Foster III / POOL via ZUMA Wire)
RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel calls the Republican National Convention to order at the Charlotte Convention Center in Charlotte, N.C., Monday August, 24, 2020. (Credit Image: © David T. Foster III / POOL via ZUMA Wire)

This is frustrating because now is a time for optimism. The conditions have never been so favorable. The conservative base, and whites generally, are more energetic, organized, and racially aware than in recent memory. The movement is far more serious and dedicated than during the eruptions of 2015–2016.

Crowds chant “Let’s Go Brandon” (or more direct insults) at a president who is underwater in polls and unlikely to surface. Almost three-quarters of Republicans think the President is illegitimate. Most Republicans think January 6 rioters (or “protesters,” as most Republicans describe them) should not be prosecuted. Despite the media focus on the Capitol riot and a congressional probe of the former president, most Republicans want Donald Trump to run again in 2024. Considering the Regime Media’s campaign against all this, these are stunning figures.

Even if you don’t think there’s an electoral solution to our racial problems, elections reflect the social situation. At least some elected Democrats are afraid of the midterms and are retiring instead of running for re-election. They should be afraid of losing. In 2021, the GOP scored a crushing upset in the Virginia governor’s election and almost flipped New Jersey. Parents around the country are spontaneously organizing against Critical Race Theory in schools. Democrats are having a hard time holding on to the Hispanic vote. Most importantly, Americans are increasingly willing to violate media taboos, even in the face of official persecution.

This is really what’s been the story of this entire year, almost since the beginning. Speaker Nancy Pelosi (with CNN’s help) is currently trying to turn January 6 into a weird anti-holiday. A year since the riots, the militant support for Donald Trump is astonishing — more than he deserves. Tens of thousands of people traveled to Washington DC to try to keep him in office. Some broke into the Capitol. One person, in my opinion, died for him. Millions believe we are ruled by a usurper. Whether you think January 6 was a riot, a protest, a crime, a righteous uprising, an FBI operation, or all of that, everything that happened that day and since shows remarkable loyalty to the 45th president. It also shows a willingness to go beyond Donald Trump.

This is a crisis of legitimacy for the regime, and the courtier media are acting accordingly. The sinister term “Our Democracy” and warnings of a “coup” are reaching the level of hysteria. The supposed Republican “coup” consists of tightening voter laws or allowing states to appoint their own electors. That’s not a shocking departure from the way the Constitution was supposed to work.

Both progressives and conservatives make the stakes seem higher than they are. Donald Trump, a man who didn’t stand up to Paul Ryan on immigration even when the President was at his most powerful, is a Boulanger, not a Bonaparte. If he was plotting a “coup,” he would have used the military or whatever forces were loyal to him. He didn’t. He didn’t pardon those arrested or march to the Capitol. He told people to “go home.” The militancy came from the grassroots. They were willing to go farther than the would-be Emperor.

And with little support. Big Tech censored President Trump’s supporters (and even the President himself) during his term, while those who opposed the President became celebrities. Now that Mr. Trump is out of office, ratings have collapsed; not even journalists can turn COVID into the moral drama they thought they had with a president they hated. When people who benefitted from race preferences under the Trump Administration claim “fascism” is nigh, it’s hard to take them seriously. They have platforms the former president himself doesn’t have. A recent Washington Post column from retired military officers claiming that a Trump “insurgency” is a real threat is such a string of fantasies it helps explains why the military can’t win a war.

January 6, and perhaps the Trump movement itself, was a confused signal from millions of people who sense — correctly — that they are losing their country. They rallied around the only leader they had. Still, forget the overheated rhetoric about coups, fascism, and insurrections. If President Trump were still in office, what would be different? Since 2017, it’s been tempting to name President Trump himself as “White Renegade of the Year.” I didn’t because on balance he was positive, in his bumbling way. He gave something momentum that is bigger than he is, but he has had his chance.

Attorney General Merrick Garland looks at still images of a video from the January 6 attack on the Capitol during a House Judiciary Committee oversight hearing of the Department of Justice on Thursday, October 21, 2021 at Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C (Credit Image: © Greg Nash – Pool Via Cnp / CNP via ZUMA Press Wire)
Attorney General Merrick Garland looks at still images of a video from the January 6 attack on the Capitol during a House Judiciary Committee oversight hearing of the Department of Justice on Thursday, October 21, 2021 at Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C (Credit Image: © Greg Nash – Pool Via Cnp / CNP via ZUMA Press Wire)

If we still had President Trump, some legislation would be different and immigration would be down, but we wouldn’t be living in the vastly different situation many hoped for in November 2016. Instead, President Trump would be suffering from the same problems President Joe Biden does today, problems that the Chief Executive can’t control.

The COVID-19 pandemic, which Vice President Kamala Harris said would be the “first thing” the new Administration would handle, has more cases than ever. President Biden himself now says there is “no federal solution.” President Trump once boasted he could shoot someone without losing support, but some have turned on him because he won’t denounce vaccines.

COVID-19 — this black hole that is swallowing so much political energy — would still be there no matter who was in office. The main difference is that President Trump would not have ordered a national vaccine mandate, but a federal judge halted President Biden’s order anyway. Those who got a vaccine they didn’t want largely did so because their jobs were at stake. Though white advocates have good reason to distrust the so-called experts, there’s no identitarian line on the virus except to say that it has shown the dangers of open borders. Blacks are less likely to be vaccinated than whites, though whether mandates will be enforced against them is a separate question.

Still, there’s a huge political opening for Republicans to defend their voters, who are far more likely than Democrats to resist vaccine requirements. This brings us to what could be done now with President Trump out of office. Republicans could protect their voters not just by fighting vaccine requirements, but by banning employees from being fired for ideological reasons. Blatant censorship is an opening for conservatives to push for more stringent regulation of social media companies, particularly by forcing ones that get public money to honor First Amendment standards on lawful speech.

Instead, figures associated with President Trump have promoted various “alternate” platforms such as GETTR, Parler, and reportedly Rumble. Even after everything that has happened, conservatives will not directly take on social-media monopolies. With few exceptions, they won’t even use Gab.

App icon of Gettr, a social media platform, and its support account is displayed on a smartphone. (Credit Image: © Andre M. Chang / ZUMA Wire)
App icon of Gettr, a social media platform, and its support account is displayed on a smartphone. (Credit Image: © Andre M. Chang / ZUMA Wire)

Rep. Jim Jordan has proposed a three-step plan for Big Tech that includes removing Section 230 protections, having the Supreme Court deal with “the antitrust issue,” and a “private right of action you can bring when you know Big Tech is censoring your posts.” None of this will help. Eliminating Section 230 protection could make things worse, imposing requirements alt-tech companies can’t meet. Our own experience shows lawsuits against multibillion dollar companies don’t work. This is the same empty talk we’ve had since President Trump’s “Social Media Summit” in 2019.

Likewise, there is no action to stop the denial of financial services for ideological reasons. Christopher Caldwell argues in The Age of Entitlement that the Civil Rights Act has replaced the American Constitution. Conservatives aren’t trying to abolish the Civil Rights Act or (more plausibly) extend its protections to their own (white) voters; they’re doing nothing.

This is especially ominous because President Biden’s “National Strategy for Countering Domestic Terrorism” is a clear blueprint for expanding the national security state against whites. It’s a campaign cheered on by USA Today, even though a Washington Post article from the author of Spreading Hate: The Global Rise of White Supremacist Terrorism identified zero acts of politically motivated right-wing terrorism this past year. The federal government isn’t doing much about normal violent crime, but both it and countless journalists on the “far right” beat are busy hunting for thoughtcrime.

It’s therefore inspiring that ordinary Americans are organizing against Critical Race Theory. Where is the conservative movement? Missing in action. Bans on Critical Race Theory may be useful, but as long as there’s affirmative action, a powerful academic network will keep promoting poisonous ideas.

No one with power says we must abolish racial discrimination against whites. When Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene tried to start an “America First” caucus within the GOP, her own party shut it down. She’s since “owned” liberals by attacking the “White Democrat President” for supposedly putting illegal immigrants before “Sheila Jackson Lee’s Reparations bill for Black Americans.” Thus, a representative whom some would consider the most “right-wing” in Congress is supporting an idea that would have been ludicrous a few years ago.

May 22, 2021, Mesa, Arizona: Rep Marjorie Taylor Greene. (Credit Image: © Christopher Brown / ZUMA Wire)
May 22, 2021, Mesa, Arizona: Rep Marjorie Taylor Greene. (Credit Image: © Christopher Brown / ZUMA Wire)

There is also little resistance to the barbaric iconoclasm that has swept the South. Republican Glenn Youngkin won in Virginia partially by campaigning against “wokeness,” and one progressive called his election a victory for “whiteness.” Others made similar wild claims. However, that won’t prevent Confederate statues from being handed over to a black history museum. What makes it even more remarkable is that all referenda to relocate or remove Confederate memorials in Virginia failed on Election Day. Charlottesville rejected an offer to buy the Lee statue and instead gave it away to be melted down. Our rulers can be just as culturally barbaric as the Taliban that defeated them in Afghanistan. However, our anger should not be with the radical leftists who begin these campaigns, but with conservatives who do nothing to stop them despite profiting from the backlash.

Isn’t “Confederate” symbolism more relevant amid talk of a “National Divorce?” Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene broached the idea in response to the many cases of progressives fleeing states such as California and New York for Texas or Florida. However, this is also just for show, since the real political divides are between urban and rural voters and between different races. President Trump won Texas by fewer than six points in 2020. That’s not the basis for secession. Possible presidential contender Ron DeSantis won an extremely narrow election to become governor of Florida. He’s not going to be the caudillo of some new tropical empire. (His black opponent, Andrew Gillum, was later found in a hotel “with a male sex worker and suspected drugs,” in GQ’s delicate language, though it still published a puff piece calling him a “rising Democratic star.”)

What alternatives are there to secession? State and local elections could mean something if residents had to live in a certain area for several years before being allowed to vote. More plausibly, state boundaries within the Union could be redrawn. This could be done very easily in some places. It’s also something Republicans will need to do if they want to keep the balance in the Senate after Democrats give statehood to the District of Columbia (assuming it is still named that) and to Puerto Rico. Of course, this is just buying time unless demographics are brought under control by halting mass immigration, repealing birthright citizenship, and deporting illegal immigrants — the things Americans voted for in 2016. Gerrymandering congressional districts or having state legislatures select presidential electors means nothing if the entire country goes Third World.

An envisioned “Greater Idaho”
An envisioned “Greater Idaho”

There is a time limit for whites to act. About a half million illegal immigrants managed to evade the Border Patrol and make it in this year. Their children will be citizens. If they are black, Hispanic, or some other privileged class (or just claim to be), they will enjoy greater privileges than whites whose families have been here since the Revolution. What do Republicans or conservative organizations say about that? We are farther away from repealing birthright citizenship, building a wall to control immigration, or imposing a remittance tax than we were in 2015, even within the conservative movement.

Congressman Paul Gosar has sponsored a bill that would impose an immigration moratorium for a decade. It has zero co-sponsors. If Republicans win back control of Congress, we might get yet another amnesty bill from Republicans pimping for the Chamber of Commerce. Though corporate America has clearly sided with progressives on race, there’s been little reaction from Republicans or conservatives, except to accuse them of being too soft on China. This is typical: Conservatives duck the fights that matter to their voters and instead search for monsters abroad to whom they can lose in pointless wars.

Representative Paul A. Gosar (Republican of Arizona) offers remarks during a press conference outside of the U.S. Capitol, March 17, 2021. (Credit Image: © Rod Lamkey – Cnp / CNP via ZUMA Wire)
Representative Paul A. Gosar (Republican of Arizona) offers remarks during a press conference outside of the U.S. Capitol, March 17, 2021. (Credit Image: © Rod Lamkey – Cnp / CNP via ZUMA Wire)

President Biden’s fall in the polls began with the collapse of the Afghan puppet regime. However, while Americans were disgusted with the chaos and unnecessary deaths, they wanted to end the war. Prominent Republicans wanted more fighting. Lindsey Graham said the United States will be going back because the Taliban has “a view of the world that is out of sync with modern times.” Mitt Romney and colleagues including Marco Rubio, Rick Scott, and Marsha Blackburn introduced a bill that denied recognition of the Taliban as Afghanistan’s government. It would also set up a State Department task force to evacuate “Afghan Special Immigrant Visas (SIVs) who are still stuck in Afghanistan.” President Trump claimed that the United States should have never gone into Afghanistan but after the withdrawal mused about bombing the country. Republican leaders could take us right back into Afghanistan, with the conservative movement cheering it on so it can “own” the liberals.

And what happened after the defeat? A report in September from the State Department found that about 24,000 Afghans had already come to the United States. Republican governors Spencer Cox of Utah, Doug Docey of Arizona, Kent Stitt of Oklahoma and others pledged their states as potential havens. South Dakota and Wyoming alone refused. The main result of the Afghan war, aside from the American servicemen killed and maimed and the money wasted, is a new class of Muslim dependents who will quickly learn to claim discrimination and shout “racism.” Republicans will never send them back.

There is conservative hawkishness over Ukraine, Taiwan, and Iran. Just what we need: a flood of Iranian “refugees” into Europe and the United States. Conservative Republicans such as Senator Tom Cotton are among those who want more foreign intervention. This isn’t just a case of “RINOs.” If President Donald Trump was supposed to mark a return to an “America First” defense policy, his influence has already faded.

White conservatives are reacting against whatever the Biden Administration does abroad. There may also be some residual attachment to American honor, and loyalty to a country that has already turned on us. All of this conceals the brutal reality that we live under a social credit system more arbitrary than China’s and that promotes destructive values. To adopt a slogan from Vietnam-era leftists, bring the war home.

The repression we face is mostly through private companies. That doesn’t excuse conservative inaction. Such arguments have been irrelevant since the 1964 Civil Rights Act. It is not radical or racist to demand equal treatment under the law. It’s not extreme or “big government” to say that banks, which are practically inseparable from government anyway, shouldn’t be able to cut you off because they don’t like your views. It should be common sense that the law should deal only with illegal acts, not turn into exercises in mind-reading in which political views determine the level of punishment.

Without endorsing the most militant troublemakers (some of whom are not in custody, raising the question of FBI involvement), it’s not surprising that January 6 rioters thought they would get concessions by turning violent. Corporations, politicians, and journalists almost unanimously supported BLM rioters. White conservatives who thought it worked both ways learned a harsh lesson.

Republicans, even supposed conservatives, seem comfortable with double standards. Every Republican Senator stood against President Joe Biden’s “Build Back Better” plan. However, few argued why, except for the cost. Ann Coulter found close to two billion dollars in handouts for non-whites. Republicans didn’t complain. Parts of the bill looked much the same as President Trump’s “Platinum Plan,” with huge sums for Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Is it too much to ask that Republicans protest government discrimination against their own base?

December 7, 2021: Senator Mike Crapo (R-ID) speaking at a press conference about the Build Back Better Act. (Credit Image: © Michael Brochstein / ZUMA Press Wire)
December 7, 2021: Senator Mike Crapo (R-ID) speaking at a press conference about the Build Back Better Act. (Credit Image: © Michael Brochstein / ZUMA Press Wire)

The 2016 election showed that it wasn’t just the Republican party but the conservative movement that had lost touch with its base. Given something close to the fabled “marketplace of ideas,” we win. Movement conservatives often want to help blacks who are “stuck on the Democrat plantation,” but they consistently flimflam whites who expect their representatives to do more than give Jeff Bezos another tax cut. Conservatism Inc. is more reliant on censorship and deplatforming than Black Lives Matter. The resistance to the Biden Administration, the continuing support for President Trump, and Republican election victories in the teeth of Regime Media show that there is huge political potential. All we get is Conservatism Inc. functionaries reciting slogans from the Reagan Administration.

In the long run, even the most respectable conservative is doomed to defeat if current trends continue. The campaign against America didn’t stop with Confederate generals, and it won’t stop with the Founding Fathers, Teddy Roosevelt, or John Wayne. Most people don’t like this, but an organized minority will triumph over a disorganized majority. Ordinary whites require at least some political cover to be effective. That means someone who has power, a platform, and a plan to take the offensive for their side. There are tens of millions, perhaps hundreds of millions, just begging for leadership, but such a leader would be savaged by mass media.

De l’audace, encore de l’audace, toujours de l’audace et la Patrie sera sauvée!” cried Danton. He changed history, but we all know what happened to him. The cries for Donald Trump to be put in prison for even the modest challenge he represented is surely meant to encourager les autres. Many accept subjugation by putting self-interest and safety above what’s right. This includes many in Conservatism Inc.’s ranks whom I know are aware of the truth because they’ve told me so.

What may save us is that there are forces in motion forcing millions who simply want a normal life to become dissidents, then activists, then perhaps revolutionaries. By our very nature, we’re not trying to overturn society, but to build something greater. We’re not naturally subversives. We’re held captive by our virtues. However, if we are forced out of so-called respectable society — a respectable society that looks increasingly perverse — then we must organize and act.

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COVID-19 is part of this. The pandemic is not directly a racial issue. However, it’s leading to a society in which ordinary people are losing control over their own lives. If business is done online and powerful tech companies control data in the “cloud,” this means those who control these economic choke points have power over us. Access to social media, financial services, cloud servers, and other tools are becoming an economic necessity. It is the difference between being able to earn a living or not.

If “Our Democracy” is to be anything other than a cynical joke, there must be some way for ordinary people to seek out information, debate issues, and make up their own minds. If tech companies and the government have the power to ban what they think is “misinformation,” that is more “authoritarian” than President Trump complaining that the election was stolen. Time even said, “In a way, Trump was right” about the election. It added that “an informal alliance between left-wing activists and business titans” was working against him. “They were not rigging the election,” Time assured us, “they were fortifying it.”

Censorship began with white advocates, but we now live under a vast system of control that bans dissidents, manipulates information, and uses selective law enforcement for political ends. Our rulers will continue to invent new justifications for repression. When political operatives openly discuss the political benefits of bringing in foreigners to replace you, what legitimacy does an election have? An invading army could presumably outvote the natives, but that would not be democracy.

Despite colossal levels of censorship and propaganda, ordinary whites are seeing through this. They are resisting a system more insidious and degenerate than that of the Soviet Union. The Regime Media prop up the Biden Administration, but it’s still failing. Conservatives are poised for a historic victory next year, even though 2021 began with an event many thought would discredit them. Donald Trump could even retake the presidency in 2024.

Of course, Donald Trump will not save us. A Republican Congress will not save us. Conservative activists, who these days are essentially performance artists, won’t save us either. Indeed, the fact that they get media access just gives the impression of opposition. The Eastern Bloc had “elections” too, which changed nothing. Millions of white Americans know something is wrong, but those whom they trust to protect them aren’t just failing them but helping to oppress them.

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We are left with politics as entertainment. One might as well argue about which Marvel superhero is the strongest. “Let’s Go Brandon” captures the phoniness of the opposition, a joke masquerading as politics. It started as a vulgar chant against President Biden. A reporter told us it was “Let’s go, Brandon.” It was just another example of what we face every day: so-called experts trying to hide the obvious. “All I know is that to see, and not to speak, would be the great betrayal,” said Enoch Powell. Conservative activists at least admit we are being lied to. Yet I’d say that to see, to speak, and then not to act is a greater betrayal, especially when your people are suffering.

Countless men and women are just trying to survive in a world that seems to have lost its mind. They are trying to serve and save a country that has turned on them. However, there are people with power, platforms, and resources who know there is something deeply wrong. They must know another world is possible. Perhaps some will step forward. Perhaps others will support us quietly. Until then, we must rely on ourselves alone. Help won’t come from CPAC.

The good news is that our ranks increase daily with serious activists who know exactly what they are signing up for. After blasting the failure and cowardice of conservatives, it’s important to have perspective. I’m not attacking those people because they are unwilling to sacrifice themselves in a doomed cause. I’m begging those who have the power to pick up a crown that’s already lying in the gutter. This is not a grim struggle for survival, but an opportunity for greatness. It baffles me that so many refuse to take it and are content to let this perverse comedy roll on.

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  1. R.C. says:

    Obviously, the MSM has allowed no populist voice and the PTB have ensured that all are cowed. Trump has betrayed his cause, likely because he was blackmailed somehow. I would hope for DeSantis but I fear he will become merely the next coopted Trump.
    We need to take our stolen power back.
    R.C.

  2. R.C. says:

    I nominate Kyle Rittenhouse.
    Talk about grace under pressure! I’d be proud to have him as my son.
    R.C.

    • Agree: SBaker
    • Replies: @JimDandy
  3. TTSSYF says:

    I nominate Joe Rogen.

    • Replies: @Angharad
  4. Even after everything that has happened, conservatives will not directly take on social-media monopolies. With few exceptions, they won’t even use Gab.

    Like unz, Gab is not controlled or coerced by Jews. Gab and unz are the only two websites left that are uncompromised and allow in-depth criticism of (“nonexistent”) Jewish power.

    • Agree: RedpilledAF
  5. lastdance says:

    Dear Mr. Hood,
    I am sorry for breaking the News to you, but elections do not matter. The whole play is an illusion of power, for the benefit of the rabble. The idea that millions of people, that have been brainwashed and indoctrinated since being born, will find the right candidates for running a country is ludicrous and grotesque. Since Reagan, when the majority choose to elect an actor, it should have been clear and obvious, that democracy is a sham, a farce for the gullible.
    Sincerely,
    lastdance

    • Replies: @TTSSYF
    , @Realist
  6. We’re not naturally subversives. We’re held captive by our virtues. However, if we are forced out of so-called respectable society — a respectable society that looks increasingly perverse — then we must organize and act.

    One of many good observations in this article, maybe too many — some judicious editing would have trimmed the verbal excess that perhaps overwhelms the reader. Nevertheless it makes a comprehensive case that almost all Republicans and cuckservatives are fellow travelers of the Woke controllers.

    “We must organize and act” — how and to what end is the discussion I want to hear from any proclaimed conservative or dissident rightist. Without that, they are irrelevant.

    • Replies: @Philmuhcrevis
  7. most Republicans want Donald Trump to run again in 2024

    That’s because he did so much for the country when he was twitterer in chief.

    You can’t fix stupid.
    Ron White

    • Agree: RedpilledAF, Ace
    • Thanks: Realist
    • Troll: Vinnyvette
    • Replies: @TTSSYF
    , @nsa
    , @Wade Hampton
  8. Renoman says:

    If the Republicans wanted to take a real shit on the Democrats they come out firmly against this nonsense with Nato and the Ukraine situation. I would say that 95% of the World and 80% of Americans are against this craziness. America should be embracing Russia. They will never be able to take her by force and if they chum up to her and all those resources they will grow rich and serve the Chinese a bitter pill. Be smart for a change!

    • Replies: @ProfessorChops
  9. Meanwhile the RNC chair is a woke, ugly, obese war-pig signed to her Israeli loyalty pledge and ready to advocate war against the Chinese, the Russians, Iran or White Americans if she can claw a little advantage for herself. Look her up, she’s loyal only to her own woke feminist privilege. Fucking gross. Another glass ceiling smashed by the feminist ham-planets. As mentioned, it makes no difference which party holds the elements of the House, Senate and White House triad, there’s no stopping the War On Whites.

  10. Dr. Doom says:

    You don’t vote out Tyranny. You have to TAKE POWER BACK.
    From the cold dead hands of the Tyrants.

    I suspect the Zion Pigs will cheat to keep a Leftist Goobermint.
    Good. Civil War is the only real option to eliminating the Zion Cancer.

    One does not expect Cancer cells to be reasonable and simply go away.
    You have to KILL the Cancer before it kills you…

    • Replies: @Exile
  11. TTSSYF says:
    @lastdance

    Reagan was not merely “an actor”. He had been president of the SAG and a two-term governor of one of the largest and most populous states before being elected President and won his second term in a 49-state electoral landslide. Remind me again of what Obama had accomplished before being elected POTUS before you start disparaging Reagan as a mere “actor.” Almost everyone has some other career outside of politics, unless you’re talking about life-long Dems such as Biden who’ve never done anything outside of public office; that is, unless you’re talking about grift from the CCP.

    As far as elections not mattering — it’s not the elections process. It’s the dumbed-down and gas-lit voting public and manipulation by the likes of Soros, etc. Elections do matter. Take a look at Florida if you want to see how close Floridians came to electing a corrupt, drug-abusing homosexual over the imminently qualified DeSantis. DeSantis won by less than 1%. That’s how much elections can matter…at least, for now.

  12. TTSSYF says:
    @RoatanBill

    I’m not sure most Republicans want Trump to run again. I prefer that he not run again, but I also think he deserves a second term if for no other reason but that he was harassed non-stop for 4+ years with lies, ridiculous impeachments, etc. It would be a fitting place for him in the history books if he were to win a second term.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
    , @frontier
    , @TheMoon
  13. BuelahMan says:

    Am Ren just posted about a black dude living in China who is a race realist.

    The article ends by the black guy explaining that he married a Chinese woman and they are all converting to judaism after naming their bi-racial child hebrew names.

    ‘Go Whites’ is the moniker Am Ren uses, equating blacks, chinese and jews all together in some sort of stupid amalgamation that simply pushes the jew centric defensive position the stupid site is known for.

    If the people who own and run the site weren’t so damned hypocritical and obviously pushing this jewish supremacist position, they might be on to something. However, they are simply playing the very hand that the jew wants them to play.

    • Replies: @Chester
  14. @Etruscan Film Star

    Nevertheless it makes a comprehensive case that almost all Republicans and cuckservatives are fellow travelers of the Woke controllers.

    I would agree with this but also add, what is the alternative? By and large many of these “cuckservatives” you’re talking about are riding razor thin margins of popularity in their districts and know the ramifications of treading into Matt Gaetz or Ted Cruz territory, which is for many of them is political suicide. I’ll take the moderate conservative, semi spineless over radical progressives that are on the rise right now in any argument.

  15. Chester says:
    @BuelahMan

    AmRen is probably the oldest FBI honeypot still up and running. Mr. Taylor has assembled some useful facts and information, but AmRen is absolutely controlled opposition.

    • Agree: CelestiaQuesta
    • Disagree: Vinnyvette
    • Replies: @Etruscan Film Star
  16. @TTSSYF

    Almost everyone has some other career outside of politics, unless you’re talking about life-long Dems such as Biden who’ve never done anything outside of public office; that is, unless you’re talking about grift from the CCP.

    As a young person I remember how hated Reagan was for not being a life long career DC slug. Not hated as much as Trump, but hated none the less. For those that can think and actually pay attention to results, recent history has proven that outsiders have been shown to be better leaders and have delivered far better results than career dolts like the current idiot in chief. DeSantis would make an excellent president no doubt, but the media in the end will shred him as a Trumper, and probably deep six his run in 24.

    Obama was, and is still a crusader that would love nothing more than to see the US turn into a majority shit skin nation with them under the watchful eyes of the little hats destroy everything this country was founded on. As someone that lives in Florida, north not south, it’s the people west of Lake City that saved us yet again from the blue wave of shit that the pole smoking drug addict Gillum came a hillbillies heartbeat from attaining. His little escapade in a hotel room not long after his loss showed the morons that voted for him the mistake they’d made. Needless to say his political career is probably over.

    • Replies: @CelestiaQuesta
  17. Realist says:
    @R.C.

    We need to take our stolen power back.

    It will never be done through the electoral process. That is how it was lost in the first place.

    • Replies: @Dr. Charles Fhandrich
  18. Realist says:
    @Sick of Orcs

    Like unz, Gab is not controlled or coerced by Jews.

    The UR is totally controlled by a Jew…Ron Unz is Jewish.

  19. Realist says:
    @lastdance

    Yes, Democracy always fails. Democracy is a form of government where shit for brains elect shit for brains. Meritocracy is a much better choice.

  20. @TTSSYF

    There’s no doubt Trump got cheated. He should be the president right now.

    However, he wasted 4 years tweeting instead of fighting. He’s as weak as water as a politician and the only things he actually accomplished were gifts to Israel and pissing off China, Russia and most of Europe. Another four years of the same kind of performance would be catastrophic.

    I think he’s got skeletons in his closet that the deep state knows about and is therefore tainted beyond redemption. He didn’t do anything constructive because he was told not to. Therefore, he wasn’t acting as the president his entire time; just a place holder for the deep state.

  21. @Chester

    … AmRen is absolutely controlled opposition.

    I don’t know if or how much it is controlled, but AmRen is still following a model that might have been useful 20 years ago but is ineffective now in turning back progressive authoritarianism. To wit, AmRen’s a daily list of potted news stories demonstrating how bad things are, with commenter hand wringing. Any reader who still needs educating is too much the lackwit to play any role in booting the leftist occupation.

    Mr. Taylor is a well-spoken gentleman, which is admirable in itself but not very conducive to going beyond complaint.

  22. Realist says:
    @RoatanBill

    I think he’s got skeletons in his closet that the deep state knows about and is therefore tainted beyond redemption.

    That may be the case…or maybe he promoted Deep State interests from an ideological standpoint.

  23. Exile says:
    @Dr. Doom

    Expect a nominally Rightist/GOP government starting with 2022 then likely DeSantis in 2024.

    But it won’t matter one bit.

    Team Zion figures they can get through at least one more presidential cycle if the Red Shirts win next time.

    Coke or Pepsi – Zioparty politics are all syrupy soylent for the goyim.

    • Replies: @follyofwar
  24. @Realist

    The UR is totally controlled by a Jew…Ron Unz is Jewish.

    Mr. Unz supports free speech and diversity of opinion. That’s what matters most.

    • Disagree: Mike Tre
    • Replies: @Realist
    , @Fart Blossom
  25. Exile says:
    @Realist

    If Ron Unz is part of the Zio-op, it’s the longest most eccentric and self-defeating con in Jewish history

    Platforming the anti-Zionist writers he has here past and present is hardly a great strategy for propping up Jewish power.

    His politics aren’t mine but anyone who provides White Nationalists an honest shot at expressing their views helps my cause, whether he intends to or not. When we’re given an uncensored space, we win the arguments. That’s all I ask.

    • Thanks: mark green, RedpilledAF
    • Replies: @Realist
    , @KenH
  26. @Renoman

    I couldn’t agree more. Unfortunately, Americans are low information voters with little interest outside their national borders and a world map inside their heads with the USA surrounded by water warnings- ‘there be monsters.’ Your geopolitics 101 suggestion is lost on a ruling class that has forgotten diplomacy was necessary for global stability in a nuclear age. As one Bush official arrogantly put it at the outbreak of the illegal Iraq war of 2003 – ” We don’t do windows.”

  27. @Realist

    Meritocracy is a much better choice.

    Oh really? Who decides what merit is? It certainly isn’t those who don’t have control. There’s a reason for the old union saying about managers “They hire what they see in the mirror” otherwise known as merit.

  28. Oh, great.

    You’re going to elect “conservatives.”

    Whoopdedo.

    Let me explain to you what a “conservative” is.

    She’s a bimbo who gets elected by appealing to your dumbass and irrelevant prejudices, and then breaks all her promises, and then funnels more money to rich people.

    Oh, yeah. And she won’t stop immigration, either.

    Voila. The conservative en glace.

    • Thanks: Truth
  29. Yeah, right.

    A “conservative” revolution.

    Armored walkers. Wheelchairs with tank-tracks. Exploding oxygen tanks.

  30. JimDandy says:
    @R.C.

    The video footage of Kyle in action is more entertaining and impressive than any war movie scene or sports highlights reel.

  31. Realist says:
    @Curmudgeon

    Oh really? Who decides what merit is?

    Merit is decided by the leader of the nation. A person is selected for a position in the government by his ability to perform the duties with efficiency and to the benefit of the citizens affected.

    It certainly isn’t those who don’t have control.

    If you are referring to the current electorate…as in Democracy, I believe I explained that quite succinctly in my original comment. Those that you think have control now…have no control whatsoever.

    What is your defense of Democracy?

    • Replies: @Anon
    , @Curmudgeon
  32. Realist says:
    @Sick of Orcs

    Mr. Unz supports free speech and diversity of opinion.

    How do you know what his motives are? As I said Mr. Unz is Jewish and has total control of the website.

    • Replies: @Sick of Orcs
  33. Realist says:
    @Exile

    Platforming the anti-Zionist writers he has here past and present is hardly a great strategy for propping up Jewish power.

    But it is a great platform for determining those that are anti-Jewish. Jewish power needs no propping up,

    • Replies: @Exile
  34. @Realist

    How do you know what Unz’s motives are?

    I don’t know his motives, but I observe his actions, and so far he’s allowed just about everyone to have their say. That is incredibly rare in Current Year (though it’s how every site should be.)

    At the same time, I’m watching grown men on (((youtube))) having to use alternate words for “feminism” (one even edited out the words “single moms”) to avoid being banned by the insane, overzealous jewgorithm.

    • Replies: @Realist
    , @Anon
  35. Who will lead Red America out of Egypt?

    It won’t be the President of the United States. It won’t be the DNC or the RNC. Nothing good can come from Washington.

    Separation is the last best hope for non-billionaire Americans who yearn to live free. For White non-billionairs it is a matter of life or death. We must escape from the jurisdiction of the corrupt Central Government.

    • Agree: follyofwar
    • Replies: @Old and Grumpy
  36. TTSSYF says:
    @RoatanBill

    Even Trump admits he’s no angel and no doubt he has many skeletons not just in his closet but also in his gilded foyer. However, he’s either very good at side-stepping them or else they aren’t very usable because, otherwise, I think the Deep State would have used them already, rather than resorting to the fabricated Steele Dossier and other Russian collusion lies. And impeachment over a telephone call to the President of Ukraine about legitimate concerns of Biden’s corruption, followed by a last-minute impeachment over a riot instigated by federal agent provocateurs? They couldn’t do any better than that?

    It’s my personal opinion that he deserves a second chance since he was never given a fair shot at being President but instead was harangued and harassed non-stop for 4+ years. He might have made better decisions if not for the constant harassment from all fronts — Dems, media, and most Republicans. I think he’s learned from the experience and won’t be so naive as to think he can win over the press or his political opponents. I think he’d do a better job of surrounding himself with loyalists like Peter Navarro, Steve Bannon, etc., and medical advisors such as Atlas, Malone, and McCullough. Not that I necessarily think any of this is going to happen.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  37. Realist says:
    @Sick of Orcs

    I don’t know his motives,…

    Then tread lightly.

    • Agree: Fart Blossom
    • Replies: @Sick of Orcs
  38. @TTSSYF

    The deep state doesn’t want to advertise their existence, so the lower visibility the threat, the better. As long as they can obtain compliance, they win. No point in actually doing Trump in when they don’t have to. JFK was messy and they learned a lesson.

    Trump is a survivor. He now knows that the deep state actually IS the gov’t and the president, congress, supreme court are all theater props. If he were to become president again, he would now willingly follow the script laid out for him since he doesn’t want to be JFK’d, Epstein’d, etc. The deep state owns him. He is now a new Trump after a proper stint in the reeducation camp he endured as president and afterwards. Don’t make the mistake of thinking he’s the same guy that walked down the escalator so many years ago.

    No one can change the course of the US Fed Gov because it is a soft deep state dictatorship. The deep state is a combination of primarily the US military and intel agencies plus their hangers on in banking, finance, and other corporate types.

    DOD has NEVER passed an audit and congress is OK with that, apparently. When Rumsfeld announced on 9/10/2001 that DOD couldn’t account for \$2.3 Trillion dollars, the very next day, the deep state did 9/11 to cover up the evidence the Navy team was working on in the precise spot where the US military’s missile hit the Pentagon. Coincidentally, building 7 in New York, that was never hit by a plane and was the Navy’s data back up site, also was destroyed.

    Elections are a theatrical production so the dolts in the audience can continue to pretend they live in a democracy. To actually waste one’s time voting shows the level of ignorance involved and how effectively propaganda works.

    • Agree: Realist
    • Disagree: TTSSYF
    • Thanks: CelestiaQuesta
    • Replies: @Etruscan Film Star
  39. @Exile

    I love what DeSantis has done in Florida, esp. standing up to the Biden regime’s mask/vax tyranny. His election (by a very slim margin over a far-left homosexual drug addict), show that elections do, indeed, matter. Those who say they don’t are delusional.

    But I know that DeSantis is VERY pro-Zionist and wants to censor, even make illegal, those who promote the boycotting of Israel. Therefore, I am suspicious of his position vis a vis wars on behalf of the Jewish state, esp. their obsession with Iran. And, I haven’t heard him say anything about Russian “aggression” (lol) in Ukraine, nor his position about defending Taiwan even if it means war with China. On these issues, he might well be just another Conservative, Inc. Marco Rubio. So, for now, until I know more, I’m reserving judgment.

    • Agree: Rurik
  40. Realist says:
    @Sick of Orcs

    Trust, but verify.

    But you haven’t verified.

  41. Richard B says:
    @Sick of Orcs

    The conversation that follows between yourself and Realist is very interesting and worth reading. Same goes for Exile‘s response.

    Another perspective would be that no elite really wants to stomp out remissive behavior. They don’t want to completely eliminate the forbidden. Why? Well, so they can police it.

    It’s also worth keeping in mind that the most effective policing is necessarily unpredictable, arbitrary, and unjust.

    Personally, I’m very grateful for this website and enjoy and value the comment section as much as the articles. In fact, the website and its comment section are the best in the history of the Internet.

    Having said that, when it comes to things like motives and trust, who knows? Really. Who knows?

  42. nsa says:
    @RoatanBill

    “You can’t fix stupid”. Ron White.
    Isn’t Ron White the southern lad who said that in his younger days he had a torrid sexual relationship with his teacher. The problem is he was being homeschooled at the time.

    • LOL: RoatanBill
  43. Anon[336] • Disclaimer says:
    @Realist

    Merit is decided by the leader of the nation. A person is selected for a position in the government by his ability to perform the duties with efficiency and to the benefit of the citizens affected.

    Well, between Trump & Biden, we’ve had cabinets stuffed with filthy dual-citizen criminal kikes . . . all lightly garnished with the occasional shabbos goy appointment.

    So, is that the type of meritocracy you’re talking about, cuz it’s working great so far.

    • Replies: @Realist
  44. Anon[336] • Disclaimer says:
    @Sick of Orcs

    I don’t know his motives, but I observe his actions, and so far he’s allowed just about everyone to have their say.

    It makes sense when you consider that he’s collecting & selling your data.

  45. IronForge says:

    The ONLY Way for Muricans to be Freed from this KleptOchlarchy \$#!+\$#0w is to Secede.

    The Anglo-Murican-Khazar-Ahkenazi-Tribals and Masonic Buddies in the Plutarchy and Vassal_Bankers+Corporates+DNC/RNC+ZioChurches+VAT+Cults run this Hegemonic Hydradic Beast of Many Heads.

    Non-Masonic, Non-Catholic, Non-Zionist, Non-RNC/DNC Whites and Asians have a Chance to Live for Themselves by Seceding.

    Might as well call for a Constitutional Convention to discuss how to Separate Amicably, because even though some “Red States” might wish to Secede, Demographic Shifts may nullify those desires.

    Secession won’t work unless Secessionists separate themselves from the aforementioned Hegemonic Factions; and consider regrouping along Ethnic/Worldview/Theological Lines.

    This way, certain “Red/Independent States/Territories” can be Planned/Established, Relocation/Separations of Secessionists, Red ZioMasonicVAT States, and Blue+Original 13 be made.

    Otherwise, the Plutarchy will Scheme the Tyranny of Masses to flip All States Blue+ZioMasonic+Catholic.

    I’ll be relocating Abroad; and don’t plan on sending my Descendants to School/InterMarry/JointheMilitary in/with Anglo-Murican-Khazar-Ahkenazi-ZioMasons+Catholics. Why? I’ve always been an Outsider to them; and have seen enough of the Treachery/Usury/Sociopathy.

    Tall Fences make for Good Neighbors. IMHO, so do Oceans…

  46. Heil Manchin!! By ensuring the profits of his fossil fuel Masters (he could not give a stuff over miners)he has helped make even more probable, in fact near certain, the Near Term Extinction of, allegedly, his own species and most Life on Earth. A name that will redound through the Ages-ie a few more decades. He looks every inch the imbecile denialist, as well.

    • Replies: @Poco
  47. @Curmudgeon

    We can use you, cur, as the negative pole, the antipode, of merit.

  48. Anon[329] • Disclaimer says:

    Biden = Andropov

  49. Yes, Trump faced massive opposition…..but I still think he’s a fuckup.

    He hired scum…..pushed the jab…..pardoned filth…..let Jan.6th patriots rot.

    The GOP are born losers and it will not matter if they get “back in.”

    They do nothing for us because they do the bidding of the nose.

    Border is wide open….demographics getting worse by the day and this makes the nose VERY happy.

    Whites need to grow some cowboy balls.

  50. chris says:

    If “Our Democracy” is to be anything other than a cynical joke, …

    “If”??? This train has long ago left the station, and crashed, hasn’t it?

  51. @RoatanBill

    Elections are a theatrical production so the dolts in the audience can continue to pretend they live in a democracy. To actually waste one’s time voting shows the level of ignorance involved and how effectively propaganda works.

    Voting in certain cases is useful as a tactic. Concerning one particular office, from mayor to governor to senator, electing the preferable candidate changes the odds to some degree, even if limited.

    The problem arises when normies imagine voting is a winning strategy. Even if they are conservative or rightist by some criteria, they will lose their time and energy trying to change the system through the ballot box. They need to be thinking instead of an overall strategy that undermines the deep state through actions from the subtle to the overt.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  52. Publius 2 says:
    @R.C.

    DeSantis literally spent his first week in office in Israel.

  53. @Sick of Orcs

    Mr. Unz supports free speech and diversity of opinion.

    You’ve obviously never had an informative, civil comment censored. If it hits too close to home it stands a chance of never being seen.

  54. @Sick of Orcs

    Trust, but verify.

    That was years ago and things have changed. Now it’s verify, then consider trusting. Temporarily.

  55. gotmituns says:

    White Renegade of the Year — 2021
    ————————————————
    My wife told me there’s a facial recognition device out now that can read what you’re thinking by the expression on your face. She also told me there was never any need of a device to read what I was thinking by the disgusted look on my face.

  56. @R.C.

    trump probably cucked because the establishment threatened his son Don Jr.
    The establishment indicted and convicted several of his friends/associates (do I need to name those?), and then they threatened to prosecute Don Jr for illegal business practices…that was when trump cucked

  57. joe manchin plays the same role that jay rockefeller and joe leiberman played in 2009…
    they are the convenient ‘rotating villain’ of the senate, empowered by the filibuster rule which the senate leaves in place because it provides dem & GOP senators an excuse for not doing what they promised..

    glenn greenwald explained this kabuki dance in his excellent article in salon entitled “The Democratic Party’s deceitful game”…google it…

  58. sally says:
    @R.C.

    Only the brain dead would allow anyone whose name appears in today’s political circles (democrap, Reputaturd or anyone MSM promotes) to be elected to any of the 527 elected positions in the always secretly operated, oligarch owned, corporate controlled USA.

    There is little wrong with the constitution, and how it lays out the government, many things I would change, but that is not the immediate problem. There has not been an American elected to the government since Abe Lincoln was shot, all others have been globalist.

    Please let’s get an unheard of bunch of inexperienced, but very dedicated American people elected to the white house and congress.

    We need Americans to serve at the USA who care about the Americans (no matter their colour or pedigree or place of origin ) in America, and peole elected who want to redirect the USA to help America grow.

    We need people to be elected, not because MSM supports them, if they support doing business all over the world, but people who will see to it when they leave office, Americans are better off, and there are no American corporations doing business in foreign lands any where.

    America is about America, and doing business in China, Israel, UK, Ukraine, or Germany is not American. Bring home our businesses, expel from America those corporations that cannot make do with helping Americans improve America or who cannot stand the heat of American competition when monopoly powers are no longer allowed. Remove monopoly powers from private hands and bring back to America what Americans do best, create from nothing a great something.

    People are needed who will expose all details, without redaction, of things like Pearl Harbor, 9/11, prosecution of Whistle Blowers, Kennedy assassination, Covid 19 and the like.

    We need People who will not allow a few media and network providers to dominate access to mass audiences. (break up those MSM monopolies and sell their parts off to truly American competition) .

    The trillions in advertising dollars the corporations give to MSM, support private party propaganda which is used to elect the wrong people and used to mind control what Americans think and to threaten the elected people when they propose to deviate from the globalist program. Americans have been kept by their government, in the dark for so long, Americans no longer have the means to understand what it is the government is suppose to do for them. Its suppose to make the pursuit of happiness possible and to do this it is suppose to make sure no monopoly powers are allowed in the market place.

    Remove advertising expense as a tax deductible corporate expense and deny PAC to contribute to election campaigns. No more government subsidizing private media or electronic spies siphoning information off the audience engaging private media (MSM) distributed contents.

  59. @Etruscan Film Star

    Anyone that votes for any office is guilty of giving comfort to the enemy. By voting, you are admitting that you condone the system and am willing to accept whatever outcome the voting process produces.

    There should be no president, for example. Why should the entire country listen to one individual? What qualifications can one man possibly have to be awarded with the power that office wields? The concept of “government” is what’s wrong. The concept of the office of the presidency is what’s wrong. Voting for this or that sociopath to control some portion of the machinery of government is wrong.

    If we were discussing Lichtenstein or some small hamlet somewhere, then maybe voting might be OK because one can reasonably take in the whole place in one’s mind and decide what should be done with it. Once you get to anything larger, voting no longer works because there are too many differences in regions, customs, natural resources, etc to have one rule for the whole place.

    It’s inevitable that the support system built around the major offices becomes the actual gov’t over time. The British comedy Yes Minister pointed out how the system works as satire, but it was right on the major points.

    Voting produced over 200,000,000 deaths in the 20th century via the wars started by the scum heads of state. This is no system anyone should be encouraging. Just look at the damage done by the edicts handed out around the world for a pandemic that isn’t.

    • Replies: @Anon
  60. Anonymous[661] • Disclaimer says:

    This really sums up the situation: “There is little reason to think a Republican congressional majority in 2022 will make things better, and there are reasons to think it might make things worse.”

    Corruption in DC goes to the bone. I know longer believe in a political solution to any of the country’s problems as politics is owned and run by Israel, big pharma, Silicon Valley, Wall Street.

  61. No matter how disgusted one is with Biden, neither a Republican victory in Congressional elections this year, nor Trump/Republican victory in 2024, will change anything fundamental about US and how policies are formulated. Pentagon will continue to get its trillion dollar a year budgets: CIA and NSA, in consultation with Neocons, AIPAC, Mossad, will continue to determine US foreign policy. US cities will continue to deteriorate. Public school systems will continue to go downhill. US oligarchs will continue to determine tax rates. There will be no coherent health policy and life expectancy in US will continue to decline. Gun violence will not abate. Immigrants will continue to cross the border. Walmart and Amazon will continue to buy virtually everything they sell from China. GM will continue to make most of its profits in China. Apple and Nike, will continue to make a quarter of their profits in China.

    If you do not like any of this, and one has the means, there are other out of the way places in the world where one can go and get respite from this insanity.

    • Replies: @CelestiaQuesta
  62. KenH says:

    Congressman Paul Gosar has sponsored a bill that would impose an immigration moratorium for a decade. It has zero co-sponsors.

    But if he or another Republican had sponsored a bill calling for summary arrest and detention of all white “racists” it would have been co-sponsored by at least half the caucus so they could publicly chortle that Dems R the real racists.

  63. Miro23 says:

    Most people don’t like this, but an organized minority will triumph over a disorganized majority.
    True, so the answer is to get organizing.

    And the logical place to start is locally – at county and state level. Retain taxes and make a list of essential services (schools, health, justice etc.) and have local citizens select who runs these organizations and staff them locally. It’s organization and takes power away from Washington.

    Also essential for every state to have its own locally owned independent state media (especially TV) plus a well organized and equipped militia with compulsory male service.

  64. @R.C.

    We tend to think of the London Square Mile, Washington DC, and the Vatican as some kind of triumvirate centers running things, and gloss over Switzerland thinking it is incidental. The top echelons of the Masonic unseen hand are no doubt firmly established in the London financial center, the Washington military center, and in recent decades it appears that the same hand now controls the Vatican. But what of Switzerland with the ancient families and secret societies, the center of Satanism whose principal operatives control so much, a nation so sacrosanct to the Western establishment, being the actual central bankster of the world, that it remained totally unscathed in the great wars of the last century?
    “The last time the Swiss fought a military battle was 500 years ago, against the French. (The Swiss lost.) Two hundred years ago, Switzerland was acknowledged as a neutral state in the Treaty of Paris.”

    https://time.com/3695334/switzerland-neutrality-history/#:~:text=The%20last%20time%20the,in%20the%20Treaty%20of%20Paris.

    Why is this? The nation is obviously the controlling “unseen hand” of the Masonic cabal behind the New World Order cult preaching the new gospel to everyone that, “You are no longer sustainable”, and it also appears to head up the very leadership cults which are destroying everything. This is the nation which profited more than any other nation in the great wars of the 20th century, and has been the real heart of a banking industry of the West beginning during the Roman empire. The nation is an armed fortress with half of the Alps honeycombed with vast underground complexes.

    Perhaps if we were more united and could take back our nations, our first mission would be to lay a siege to Switzerland with a lockdown whereby absolutely nothing would go into or out of the nation including bank transactions, until the nation and its oligarchs, including Schwab, surrendered and made full restitution for all of their crimes against humanity

    • Thanks: CelestiaQuesta
  65. @WorkingClass

    They won’t let you go. The rubes are sitting on too much real estate with resources buried underneath.
    Nor is separation really possible at this point . Why do you think the rich and Chinese are buying it up like crazy? The French and Swiss own much of the water rights in rural areas. Speaking of water, what will be your port for shipping? Finally how what about the drug abuse and addicts?

    • Agree: Marcion
  66. Exile says:
    @Realist

    Explain for us how Andrew Joyce, Phil Giraldi, Laurent Guyenot or Eric Striker are the “anti-Jewish writers Jews prefer.”

    “Jewish power needs no propping up” is an incredible statement (literally – power always props itself up) and it contradicts what you’re saying here.

    If Jewish power needs no propping up, why would Ron Unz be running his sekret influence operation all these years?

    • Replies: @Realist
  67. I don’t know about all of you but I’m going to get real and go gangsta on GlobalHomoZioBIGsRxMIC3BLM. I was never a white Supremacists or domestic terrorists, but I sure as hell am one now. I’ll show these sons of bwitches what a white Supremacist and domestic terrorists is capable of doing to government, big tech and corporate infrastructure.
    These despicable pos are so venerable, they would be powerless within 48 hours.

    Of course I’ll need funding, so please buy my useless garbage overpriced vitamin supplements, and my Chinese made crappy T-shirts with me doing a two handed middle finger salute, and if you just want to send money, send any gold, silver, platinum, titanium, uranium, Zyclon B, nuclear launch codes to;
    CQ – The Plain White Rapper
    P.O. Box 010110011
    Earth, Third Stone From The Sun, Milky Way Galaxy, 010110011

    That’s my post office box so they can’t track me.

    • Replies: @Truth
  68. The Democrats are power hungry nincompoops. They aren’t capable of anything other than corruption. Guess that is their super power skill. Republicans are the real traitors. They gleefully make the insanity work for the beloved GDP and a Cayman Island bank account. Only vote for a GOP candidate they don’t want (evident by the lack of spending on) in an off year where cheating expenditures are non existent.

    How do we get out of this pickle? Networking off line, avoiding their jab, get off the recreational drugs, having white babies, and just wait out the inevitable collapse. And please young male readers, get work any way you can in the all important utilities and sea ports.

  69. There is a fundamental disconnect between what Conservatives believe and reality. Gary North described here: “IGNORANT, LAZY, AND PROUD OF IT

    At 1:20, he tells a story. He gave a speech. A lady in the audience raised her hand. She said: “I don’t want to be smarter. I don’t want to read another book. I don’t want to understand. I just want to be able to tell these people they’re wrong because I know I’m right.”

    She represents the typical member of the American conservative movement ever since 1948. The vast majority of conservatives — I would guess 80% — are just like this woman. They are intellectually lazy. They have no respect for ideas. They have no intention of sacrificing either time or money to become better informed. They just want to feel superior. They spend their spare time ranting to other ill-informed people on the multibillionaire wokesters’ social media platforms. In the great conflicts of life, they are bystanders. They do not have the strength of character to be winners. They think ranting is a substitute for thinking. They expect victory to be handed to them on a silver platter.

    In contrast, the wokesters work hard to win.” – from https://crushlimbraw.blogspot.com/2021/03/video-why-cultural-marxism-isnt-marxist.html?m=0 – the article essentially explains that we need to understand our enemy before we can defeat him.
    Unfortunately, we understand neither our enemy or ourselves – a sure path to defeat – and I can vouch for that mindset in most of my acquaintances. They simply haven’t suffered enough yet – always waiting for a savior.

    • Replies: @frontier
  70. @Matt Lazarus

    Please name a few, I promise not to tell anyone. Hehehe, I no lie .

    • Replies: @Matt Lazarus
  71. We have to get to the root caused of the rot. Where is this rot? Why do you think the USG wants to funnel every child through our colleges and universities free of charge? This is where the indoctrination takes place and where most parents lose their children.

    • Replies: @Montmorency
  72. @Realist

    The Athenians themselves who invented democracy as a concept to describe their own form of government that had been piecemeal forming through their political quandaries didn’t idealize it at all : they considered it as a mere corrupt form of timocracy, the classical term for the thing now more popularly known as meritocracy, in the same way they defined oligarchy as a corrupt form of aristocracy, and tyranny as a corrupt for of monarchy.

    • Thanks: Realist
  73. “When the pupil is ready, the teacher will appear.”

    The student ain’t ready.

    • Agree: Rurik
  74. anon[235] • Disclaimer says:

    1) Voting doesn’t matter. Nov. 2020 proved this beyond a shadow of a doubt. Quietly refusing to cast a vote is perhaps the most powerful signal a citizen can make. Withhold your consent to be governed by this pack of thieves.

    2) Starve the Beast – Homeschool your kids or grandkids, convince all young people you know never to join the military nor take any gov’t job (teacher, cop, etc, etc); finally set up your life such that you need very little income to prosper, less income equals less taxes.

    3) Go where you are treated best – follow the example of your ancestors, they left their homeland for better pastures, its time for many of us to make the same move, and leave the US. It takes a few years of planning; but its well worth it.

    • Replies: @Goddard
  75. @Sick of Orcs

    If Gab becomes a threat, Jews will buy it out.

    • Replies: @Richard B
  76. @RoatanBill

    Trump’s main undoing was surrounding himself with recycled neocons and idiots like John Bolton and Jeff Sessions – to name only two of many.

    When it comes to judging character, he’s a total failure.

    • Agree: RoatanBill
  77. @Realist

    I’m Irish, and I despise all the Irish Bono’s in the world.
    What’s your point other than being a selfish blind despicable moron.

    There is good in the world, you need only open your hate stained eyes to see it.

    Peace, really

    • Replies: @Realist
  78. Realist says:
    @Exile

    Explain for us how Andrew Joyce, Phil Giraldi, Laurent Guyenot or Eric Striker are the “anti-Jewish writers Jews prefer.

    You explain it…I made no assertion.

    If Jewish power needs no propping up, why would Ron Unz be running his sekret influence operation all these years?

    As I explained previously…It is a great platform for determining those that are anti-Jewish.

    • Replies: @Exile
  79. Realist says:
    @Anon

    You didn’t answer my question…no surprise there.

  80. @Philmuhcrevis

    Gillum was Florida’s San Franshitho’s Willie, both Mordor Orcs, bred in the fires of Mordor by the Dark Lord Sauron (((Satan))) in the Land of Shadow on Mount Doom (((Government Slave Plantations))).
    Black Orcs have been let loose on civilization, attacking whites for all their possessions, then slaughtering them cold blooded.

  81. Mr. Hood A fine article with lots of tidbits to meditate on. Yes we have to think beyond Trump. My point is that I am very reluctant to put any one individual on a pedestal. There is a school of thought out there, such as the view promoted by the fellow that runs X-22 Report — that the people need to be shown and have the light bulbs go off in their own heads -kind of a red piling process rather than an individual (such as Trump) taking overtly forceful measures to combat the Swamp. I understand this thinking, but there is a part of me that doesn’t want to see our society go further down the crapper. They say patience is a virtue -unfortunately one I need to cultivate.

  82. @Suncoastcraig

    We have to get to the root caused of the rot.

    The root is fiat money.
    Until we get back to gold things will keep getting worse.

  83. KenH says:
    @Exile

    Ron Unz gives not only white nationalists but other right of center dissidents a lot of latitude in expressing their views and should be commended for that. This counts for a great deal given the increasing Soviet style censorship and deplatforming taking place all over the internet.

    Like most Jews Unz seems to have a visceral reaction to white nationalists and white nationalism but is able to rise above his personal political differences and behave with a degree of magnanimity towards those he may disagree with.

    • Agree: RedpilledAF
  84. Poco says:
    @Mulga Mumblebrain

    Comical. Tell me more about China and lack of pollution there you sniveling little racist.

    • Replies: @Mulga Mumblebrain
  85. Exile says:
    @Realist

    We need a “full of sh*t” button.

    Assertions and explanations are different things, but you already know that – because you’re not commenting in good faith.

    • Troll: Realist
  86. With few exceptions, they won’t even use Gab.

    Today’s Air America is much, much larger than the previous one. Professional thugs know and understand consequences.

  87. Just remember what George Carlin said:

    “If voting made a difference they wouldn’t let us do it.”

  88. @R.C.

    What ‘power’? The USA has ALWAYS been ruled by its elites.’Democracy’ is a LIE!

  89. @Poco

    Poco as in little or slight. How appropriate. China is polluted, thanks to the move of industry there from the West. In China, however, they have a Government concerned over public welfare, not the hate-filled sewer that is the USA, where pollution is centred on low-income, mostly Black and Hispanic (and Indigenous) areas, and China is working on reversing its pollution.
    China has planted more trees than any other country over recent decades. It is the leader in solar, wind, hydro, pumped hydro and other renewables. It has the greatest high-speed rail network in the world. It has more electric vehicles than any other country. I could go on all day. In contrast the sewer that spewed you and so many other vicious racists, continues to pollute, at home and abroad, and do NOTHING, thanks to psychopaths like the fossil fuel interests and their stooges, to avert Near Term Human Extinction, the only positive feature of which is that swine like you will disappear from the cosmos. Have a nice day!

    • Replies: @Poco
  90. @TTSSYF

    Reagan is my favourite US President. The manner in which his regime, by instituting the lethal insanity of Free Market Absolutist capitalism, with its massive transfer of wealth from the many to the very, very, few, setting the scene for the imminent collapse of the Real Evil Empire under the weight of debt, inequality and societal decay, was delicious to watch. The forty year wait for its inevitable denouement was a bitch, extended by a decade or so by Gorbachev’s insanity and Yeltsin’s evil treachery, but, in the end, well worth the delay.

    • Replies: @TTSSYF
    , @Tjoe
  91. Anonymous[862] • Disclaimer says:

    As a brown alien to this great country, I can tell you with certainty that it will be lost unless you can take it back by hook or by crook. The Historic White Nation (HAN) must act forcefully to retain its heritage, lest it will be lost like the great statue of General Robert E. Lee. Time is of the essence!

  92. They didn’t call the GOP the “stupid party” for no reason. Both Dems and Republicans are the enemy.

  93. Ace says:
    @Realist

    What point of view is excluded here on TUR in your opinion? I think advocacy of cannibalism is not favored on the site but other than that it seems like it’s sauve qui peut here.

    • Replies: @Realist
  94. Richard B says:
    @Carroll price

    If Gab becomes a threat, Jews will buy it out.

    Don’t they already own it?

  95. @TTSSYF

    re the imminently (sic) qualified DeSantis:

    who then held his first state cabinet meeting

    in Israel.

    • Replies: @TTSSYF
    , @TTSSYF
  96. frontier says:
    @TTSSYF

    I prefer that he [Trump] not run again, but I also think he deserves a second term if for no other reason but that he was harassed non-stop for 4+ years.

    Why do you think the presidency is some kind special treat given to the most abused puppy in town? Trump was all bark and no bite, that’s why he was abused. He betrayed his supporters at every turn and eventually turned them over to Biden and Fauci – a known puppy abuser. He let the country burn while he fiddled, I mean “monitored the situation”. Trump is both incompetent and compromised, in addition to being riddled with conflicts of interest. The list of his failures and “honest mistakes” is too long to fit here.

    • Replies: @Anon
  97. Realist says:
    @Ace

    What point of view is excluded here on TUR in your opinion?

    Where did I say there were points of view excluded??? Perhaps you should read my posts more carefully.

    • Replies: @Exile
  98. frontier says:
    @Crush Limbraw

    the wokesters work hard to win

    Bro, they are payed to work, or to vote, or both.

    The vast majority of conservatives… expect victory to be handed to them on a silver platter, always waiting for a savior.

    And these are payed to wait or to pretend to be saviors…. It kinda turns your entire comment upside-down but I doubt you can understand it.

    • Replies: @Crush Limbraw
  99. Mr.Turner says:

    Trump was buddies with Epstein. Just like Clinton, bill gates,etc,etc. Now, explain to me -how are these people working for YOUR best interests ?

  100. @frontier

    I think you should read more before replying – the link is there for a reason.
    Examining your comment history pretty much shows you’re quick to speak and slow to comprehend. You’ve got lots of company!

  101. Exile says:
    @Realist

    Pretending you didn’t say or imply what everyone can obviously read into your concern-trolling shows you’re a dishonest commenter – and likely a Zionist sowing distrust.

    “I didn’t say he excludes points of view, I just said he selects them” is pilpul.

    • Replies: @Realist
  102. TTSSYF says:
    @Angharad

    Read the latest article by Quoth the Raven.

  103. Anon[424] • Disclaimer says:
    @Sick of Orcs

    Let me help out some of you boomertards.

    TUR is just a blog. Made in WordPress. It’s not a “social media platform.” Anyone can make a blog like TUR, and it won’t be censored.

    Get it?

    • Replies: @Exile
  104. Anon[342] • Disclaimer says:
    @RoatanBill

    What about a federal/national government with limited authority, i.e. a minarchy?

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  105. Anon[342] • Disclaimer says:
    @frontier

    Single-handedly take down the deep state?

  106. Exile says:
    @Anon

    The point of the comment was obviously that UR allows content and discussions that aren’t permitted elsewhere. A lot of commenters in this thread seem determined to change the subject or undermine perfectly valid statements with tangential BS.

    If you’re genuinely upset over the fine distinctions between a “social media platform” and a “blog,” spend more time outside.

    • Replies: @Anon
  107. Truth says:
    @CelestiaQuesta

    Nice Bro.

    But those reports are due on your boss’ desk in 3 hours.

    • Replies: @CelestiaQuesta
  108. TTSSYF says:
    @Haxo Angmark

    He’s still eminently (thanks; I thought about that later) qualified and light-years better than the corrupt, drug-addled Soros-sock puppet that Gillem is. Florida would be a total mess if Gillem had won. DeSantis is probably better as Governor than as President. We need someone even more ruthless than he is. Maybe an Eric Prince.

  109. TTSSYF says:
    @Mulga Mumblebrain

    It didn’t start with Reagan. It’s been a long time in the making, beginning, I believe, in the 1930s with FDR (maybe even earlier, with Wilson) and accelerating with the change in immigration laws in 1965. We’re at this level of crazy because we’ve had it too good for too long. We’ve forgotten we’re animals and part of the natural world. Nature gets the deciding vote, and its vote is about to be cast.

  110. @Anon

    What about you mind your business and I mind mine and we each do what we want as long as I don’t bother you and you don’t bother me? We can agree on the golden rule and don’t need much else.

    Why do we need some overbearing threat of violence from the worst scum on the planet, the political class?

  111. TTSSYF says:
    @Haxo Angmark

    I didn’t argue the merits of Reagan — just took issue with the comment by lastdance that Reagan was merely an “actor.” I pointed out that he had held several high-profile executive positions to which he was elected, whereas Obama had accomplished essentially nothing and had no executive experience when elected POTUS. I also pointed out that Florida lucked out with Gillem defeated by the slimmest of margins.

    Your schadenfreude over the slow-motion fall of the U.S. belies intense anger. Be careful what you wish for. It may be satisfying in the short run but not so much for the longer term.

    • Replies: @TTSSYF
  112. Realist says:
    @Exile

    Pretending you didn’t say or imply what everyone can obviously read into your concern-trolling shows you’re a dishonest commenter – and likely a Zionist sowing distrust.

    Contending you didn’t say or imply what only a goddamn idiot can obviously read into your concern-trolling shows you’re an honest commenter.

    FIFY

  113. Anon[413] • Disclaimer says:
    @Exile

    When has a blog ever been taken off the Internet? When you say “elsewhere,” it’s obviously a reference to Big Tech (e.g . Facebook, YouTube, etc.) But you can go to many other blogs and have the same “discussions.” You can go to Occidental Observer, TRS, VDARE, American Renaissance, etc. None of those blogs have been “removed” from the Internet because we’re not at the point where someone can stop you from hosting a website. You act like TUR is our salvation, but there are so many other places where you are free to express controversial opinions. Where do you think TUR’s articles come from anyway? Ron Unz has done research and written articles that stand on their own merits and are worthy of discussion, but American dissidents don’t need TUR to exist and thrive. In fact, the converse is true: TUR gains traffic by drawing traffic from dissident sites. Maybe the relationship is one of mutual benefit. It’s better to view TUR as Ron Unz’s personal political blog, which is how I view it.

    In any case, Telegram doesn’t censor dissenting opinions and it’s more of a social media platform, though technically still just a messaging app.

    • Replies: @Exile
  114. @Truth

    Please don’t tell the boss I’m playing online gangsta. I’m up for a promotion for primary coder for Grand Theft Auto ‘Electa’.

  115. KenH says:

    Dr. William Pierce’s timeless essay Why Conservatives Can’t Win should be read over and over. Conservatives haven’t conserved anything of importance for their 80% white base but are great at conserving the gains made by the Jewish led radical left or not reversing or repealing statutes inspired by left wing ideology when they have the power to do so. Conservatives today are just right wing progressives who are willing to accept all that the Jew led left wants to cram down our throats only in smaller doses over longer periods of time so as not to alarm the flyover rubes.

    A Trump presidency in 2024 would just give us the same Jared Kushner clownshow of Israel and negro loving that we got from 2017 until the end of 2020. If Trump doesn’t run and DeSantis does the donor class will force him to pick liberal Nimrata “Nikki” Haley as V.P. DeSantis will give us right of center rhetoric during the campaign but then move to the center were he to win the presidency just like “literal Hitler” did.

    The Koch Bros network, Jewess Miriam Adelson and other top donors will quickly gain control of policy in any Republican administration which means no immigration moratorium, token deportations of illegal aliens and neutrality on anti-white wokeness.

    The Jew controlled Democrat party doesn’t move to the political center or try to court white voters when they win elections. Their proud of their identity as a strident anti-white party.

    • Replies: @geokat62
  116. TTSSYF says:
    @TTSSYF

    I intended to reply to Mr. Mumblebrain.

  117. Goddard says:
    @anon

    Sound advice. Where are you?

  118. geokat62 says:
    @KenH

    If Trump doesn’t run and DeSantis does the donor class will force him to pick liberal Nimrata “Nikki” Haley as V.P. DeSantis will give us right of center rhetoric during the campaign but then move to the center were he to win the presidency just like “literal Hitler” did.

    Spot on.

    Lather. Rinse. Repeat.

    If a pol is terrified of saying “white,” you have no representative.

    Our only salvation is white identity. The sooner whites realize this, the better.

  119. TheMoon says:
    @TTSSYF

    He deserves a second term because he won the damn election.

  120. Exile says:
    @Anon

    A site where most of the content is written by people other than Ron Unz, who represent a pretty broad spectrum of politics and who promote their own websites in their Unz articles is just “Ron Unz’ personal blog???”

    Show me where I’ve said anything that can reasonably be construed as “Unz is our salvation.” UR is useful because White Nationalists win when they are allowed to make their arguments. That’s all I’ve ever said. Unz deserves credit for allowing this debate here.

    If you want to promote Telegram, go ahead – they’re a good platform for dissidents. But it’s a tangent from what you were snarking “OK Boomer” about when you jumped into this thread.

    Again, go outside.

    • Replies: @Anon
  121. Realist says:
    @CelestiaQuesta

    What’s your point other than being a selfish blind despicable moron.

    Those that can not defend their argument resort to ad hominem attacks.

  122. Anon[181] • Disclaimer says:
    @Exile

    “Show me where I’ve said anything that can reasonably be construed as ‘Unz is our salvation.””

    Contending you didn’t say or imply what only a goddamn idiot can obviously read into your trolling shows what an honest commenter you are.

  123. SBaker says:
    @Realist

    This is one of the few sites where censorship is prohibited. What I don’t know is, how is there profit in maintaining such a site? Are the IP addresses for sale or have they been sold?

  124. Poco says:
    @Mulga Mumblebrain

    It’s time China adopted all the little black children of the world to move to China. Then they can be chinese too and be protected in such a non-racist space. Fuckwit.
    With you it’s always dem white rayciss gonna gets me. They aren’t whites shit for brains.

  125. @CelestiaQuesta

    Look at your atlas. At the moment, most of these places have strict border controls and other measures designed to keep covid-infected foreigners out. But once covid has passed, have another look. Some have reasonable costs of living. Not that hard to figure out. (You may miss your favorite TV shows; on the other hand, you won’t have to put up with msm evening news.)

  126. Tjoe says:

    Did you happen to see how fast Democrat Jewish media went from screaming about racial injustice to BLACK, JEWISH, GAY (always that order) Jessie Smollett to BLACK, GAY Jessie Smollett. Once the sympathy was gone, they threw another Black man under the bus. Don’t blacks see they are simply being used by the Democrats and the Jewish owners of media, dividing America.

  127. Tjoe says:
    @Mulga Mumblebrain

    Of course Reagan is. I voted for him and it made me sick to learn together with Israel, Reagan supplied the Chemicals to Saddam Hussein and instructed him to use them against Iran, killing 100,000 Iranians, huge numbers with US and Israel chemicals via Saddam. Is that why you love Reagan?

  128. @RoatanBill

    I agree that Trump was generally ineffective in his first term. No need to list his many failings. But to be fair he was opposed by the Managerial State and those people fight to win and have all the tools they need to do so. And to be fair it’s hard to imagine anybody who could have been elected doing any better. There certainly was nobody on offer either in 2016 or 2020.

    Why should Trump run again given all that? One reason is that the 2020 election was inarguably stolen and to run again and win would right a grievous wrong.

    But the best reason is that to have him run again and win would be the greatest imaginable insult to the Ruling Class, a giant “fuck you” to everybody who deserves one: George Soros, Davos Men and their tools in the Managerial State and the MSM and progressives generally.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  129. @Wade Hampton

    I’m a nobody. I have no skeletons in my closet. I’m also a hard ass. If someone like me were in that office, the whole fucking world would change almost overnight. I wouldn’t be asking people to do this or that, I’d be telling them and chewing on their ass till its accomplished. The fur would be flying in all directions and there would be dozens of people per week resigning their position because they can’t work for a madman like me, an honest guy.

    The only people that can get near any political office are the people with loads of control points that they’ve acquired over decades. It’s the scum in the society that has the only chance at being elected because the deep state only allow the already compromised into the game.

    I voted once in my life, for Ross Perot, and swore I’d never make that mistake again, and haven’t. It’s the process of voting that pulls you into their scheme. You root for one asshole while your neighbor roots for the other asshole. It doesn’t matter who wins as both are just puppets ready to do the deep state’s bidding. It’s the never ending tease that this time will be different that the dolts keep falling for.

    • Replies: @Realist
  130. I understand your non-voter position. Decades ago when P.J. O’Rourke had his head on straight, he wrote “Don’t Vote. It Just Encourages the Bastards” (2010).

    If someone like me were in that office, the whole fucking world would change almost overnight.

    No it wouldn’t. “Someone like you” wouldn’t get elected. “Someone like you” wouldn’t be able to get any nominations confirmed, wouldn’t be able to get any laws passed, wouldn’t be able to change anything at all and would be impeached and removed almost immediately because he couldn’t count of the support of his own party.

    There is no “single America” anymore. America is divided into two warring camps. Those two camps are far apart today and continue to diverge rapidly. Derb refers to this as “the cold Civil War. The Z Man has a good essay in Takimag entitled “The Great Divorce”. Below is an excerpt.

    “Like a marriage headed for divorce, Americans may be at that point of no return where one or both sides realize it is over. Normal people could tolerate the goofy politics and weird social fads, but Covid is the breaking point. Normal people are not just out of patience, they want out of this dysfunctional relationship. Normal people want a divorce from the mentally unstable. This relationship has reached its end.”

    My hope is that re-electing Trump for the third time will initiate movement in the direction of a “national divorce”, by triggering (in the mental health sense) the progressives.

  131. Realist says:
    @RoatanBill

    It doesn’t matter who wins as both are just puppets ready to do the deep state’s bidding. It’s the never ending tease that this time will be different that the dolts keep falling for.

    Yes, voting is practiced in that form of government where shit for brains elects shit for brains.

  132. @Realist

    Sorry, missed your reply.
    I “defend” democracy only to the extent that people deserve the government they elect. Elections in (((Western liberal democracies))) are more about changing perceptions than changing circumstances. I have long argued that there is no such thing as a perfect political philosophy, they all have faults. I have also long argued that with a dictator or absolute monarch, at least you know who is responsible for the problems, which is impossible in any democracy/republic.

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