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President Trump was decisively beaten, if not fair and square. The hopes of millions of American voters were squashed and extinguished. The saga of the Orange Man is over. The victors used a gambit: they sacrificed the sanctity and security of the Capitol, allowed intruders in, permitted them to take selfies in the Speaker’s office, and then faked horror and outrage. The attempted calls for electoral transparency were deflated in real time as huge crowds were dispersed, electors were confirmed, and the ascendancy of Biden was assured, while Trump followers were branded ‘domestic terrorists’.

Donald Trump denounced the people whom he personally called to protest. His close political allies withdrew their support. Within hours, or even minutes, this ruler of the world admired by millions became a non-person. Like a boy who posted an obscenity, he was banned by Twitter and Facebook. Time will tell whether he will go to prison, as so many Dems pray for, but his political life seems to have ended, even if his cause may live.

The deck was stacked against President Trump from Day One. His orders were ignored. The US courts, judges, police, the whole system of law enforcement was against him; his orders were blocked or overturned, while the media made fun of him and the opposition relentlessly delegitimised him. He was blocked even by Fox News. Dem-run states adjusted their laws to assure the elections’ result. Trump was a lame duck from the very beginning of his presidency to its bitter end. He was kept on a short leash by the almighty Deep State, and when he tried to free himself, they pulled the leash.

On January 6, a massive demonstration in his support gathered in Washington, DC. Hundreds of thousands Americans came to the capital to demand justice after the election fraud became obvious. They hoped that the Republican representatives would refuse to certify the fraud and appoint a commission to check and recount the votes. Some of the protesters managed to break into the Capitol, or were let in by the police. This peaceful Occupy Capitol action, the exercise of a natural right to protest, was met with lethal fire, and a young female protester from San Diego, Ashli Babbitt, was murdered by the plainclothes police. The Republican representatives were cowed and surrendered; Biden was confirmed to take office.

The horror and outrage of the Dem politicians and media were as faked as their news. During last year, many government buildings were taken over by Dem-sponsored BLM activists, and in not one case did the police use lethal weapons or even rush the protesters out of buildings.

“Shortly after 8 p.m. Wednesday, hundreds of protesters gathered outside the locked King Street entrance to the Capitol, chanting “Break down the door!” and “General strike!” Moments later, police ceded control of the State Street doors and allowed the crowd to surge inside, joining thousands who had already gathered in the Capitol to protest the votes. The area outside the Assembly, which is scheduled to take the bill up at 11 a.m. today, was crowded with protesters who chanted, “We’re not leaving. Not this time.” …

Department of Administration spokesman Tim Donovan said although protesters were being encouraged to leave, no one would be forcibly removed. … Mayor Dave Cieslewicz said he had instructed … Police Chief Noble Wray not to allow his officers to participate in removing demonstrators from the building.”

This was what happened in Madison, Wisconsin in March 2011, as Steve Sailer reminded us. Indeed, this is what the protesters expected; some were dressed in flamboyant carnival attire; they behaved well and peacefully, within acceptable limits. It was not an insurrection; they didn’t try to take over the Congress in any meaningful sense. For them, it was an honest and funny way to express their indignation. But the real gambit plotters intended to frame them. They even murdered four protesters hoping they would respond with violence, but in vain.

White American protesters are exceptionally non-violent lot; as with Occupy Wall Street a few years back the January 6 Capitol protesters were timid and obedient as lambs. For this reason, BLM was invented, for Blacks are able to riot violently, as opposed to well-trained whites. It is not a race thing: lily-white French Yellow Vests and Ukrainian nationalists have fought the police all right. But US whites are not prone to riot, not since the Civil War. Being a foreigner, I do not understand why the Americans want to keep their guns if they never use them, but that’s the way they are.

Anyway, their non-violence didn’t help them. The president-elect Biden begrudged them even the name of protesters: “Don’t dare call them protesters. They were a riotous mob, insurrectionists, domestic terrorists.” Indeed, the name should be preserved for Deep State-authorised looters and their brethren all over the world, whether in Hong Kong or Minsk, in Seattle or Portland.

Russian social networks were comparing the Washington DC events with those nearer to home and complained of ‘double standards’. The US media expressed no indignation when their appointee Boris Yeltsin shelled the Russian Parliament in 1993. The New York Times and the State Department had encouraged the nationalist mob to storm Ukrainian government offices in 2014. They cheered on the opposition in Minsk in taking over their parliament after failing to win elections. The Belarus protesters claimed their country’s election results were rigged, just like Trump supporters did for the US elections, but Biden didn’t call them “domestic terrorists”. (Actually, neither did President Lukashenko: he called them ‘protesters’, and their violent demos were dispersed without a single shot fired.) In such cases, Jews respond with “How can you compare?!”


The Russians compared the Capitol ‘coup attempt’ with their own semi-staged ‘coup’ of 1991, a partly pre-planned provocation. In 1991, the feeble coup organisers could not detain Yeltsin and surrendered as if on cue; the wave of indignation removed Gorbachev and the Communist party from power. In the Capitol, too, police waved the ‘invaders’ in, as you can see on this video forwarded by the BBC. More videos suggesting Capitol police involvement in the ostensible provocation are presented here. The orchestrated indignation allowed the victors to censor and purge the defeated Trump and his followers. Just as the USSR went down in August 1991, Trump’s America went down in January 2021, and the liberal elites representing the big corporations came to power. It was achieved by a provocation, but ordinary Trump followers were really angry with the Election Steal. Likewise, 1991 was a provocation, but ordinary Russian citizens were angry at Gorbachev’s perestroika, while the liberal elites used it to dismantle the Soviet state and transfer all assets to their oligarchs.

People with a good knowledge of history refer to the Reichstag Fire of February 1933, the arson contrived by the newly formed Nazi government itself to turn public opinion against its opponents and to assume emergency powers. Alternatively, other researchers have contended that there was no proof of Nazi complicity in the crime, but that Hitler merely capitalised on the Dutch Communist van der Lubbe’s independent act. The fire is the subject of continued debate and research, says the Encycopaedia Britannica. Probably the same will be said about the Capitol “invasion”, and researchers will argue whether duplicitous Biden’s minions organised it or just capitalised on the Trumpers’ sincere protest.

There is no doubt that to an objective observer the 2020 elections were profoundly unfair. I won’t trouble you with too many published details about the statistically impossible results, but here is one example of fraud. The city of Detroit gave 95 per cent of its vote to Biden/Kamala, a number that Mr Kim Jong-un would view with slight envy, while Mr Lukashenko would murmur, “How can it be done?” It is highly likely this mind-boggling result was achieved in the following way.

Detroit Dems outsourced ballot harvesting to local drug lords, offering them as a prize – recreational marijuana business licenses. These licences are the best thing since a licence to print money. Having such licenses is like having your own ATM. Here you can read about their profitability and the lengths criminals will go to obtain them. Detroit Dems had changed local laws allowing the sale of marijuana in their fine city (it was forbidden until November 2020). They changed local laws prescribing the issuing of marijuana licences to drug dealers with previous convictions for drug dealing. They let drug lords out of jail. They changed local laws to allow ballot harvesting; that is, collecting postal votes and assisting with the filling in of ballots. After that, the drug dealers went around collecting postal ballots and filling them in immediately, if they were conscientious, or just filling them in at their leisure, if feeling lazy. They had a judge at their disposal, Cynthia Stephens, who single-handedly changed Michigan election laws, and then rejected Trump’s claims of fraud.

Yes, Virginia, there was election fraud in many American states. They are used to gambling; they aren’t surprised by a beautiful hand of four aces, as Mark Twain suggested. Usually the two parties deal in turns, and cheat in turns. Only this time, Trump convinced many people that it is different; that this is their last chance.

The problem is, Trump was a poor organiser. He could win elections, if he could prevent Cynthia Stephens’s kind of legislation, outlaw postal ballots, enforce obligatory IDs for voting, mobilise his people for election control. A formidable task, but not impossible, while dealing with a prone-to-cheat adversary. He could even do a revolution on January 6, tasking the right people to act, forming a revolutionary HQ, planning a strategy of takeover, but he didn’t do anything of the sort. He probably thought Congress would see the vast crowds and allow for the checking of election results.

Alternatively, he was so naïve that he believed revolutions just happen by themselves, as in the movies. They do not. Behind every successful revolution, there is a lot of planning, armed force, weapons ready for use, supply lines, logistics, media support, and communications. Trump had none of that. It was enough to turn off Twitter to make him deaf and dumb.

There was no coup attempt, as correctly stated by Tyler Durden: “Trump has never had the concentration, organizational acumen, or ideological coherence to mount a bona fide “coup,” and a mob intrusion which was swiftly dispersed by armed agents of the state doesn’t change that. Shortly after the breach, he released a video instructing his followers not to take Senators hostage or imprison Mike Pence, but to “go home.” No factions of the federal government joined the mob on Trump’s orders, because he didn’t bother issuing any. The whole episode never stood the remotest chance of preventing the certification of Joe Biden, much less overthrowing the government. It was just another goofball charade, and in that sense, a fitting end to the Trump presidency.”

Conspiracy theories played their disappointing part in the debacle. Many Trumpists believed in the QAnon and Kayfabe conspiracies; they posted reports of bad guys being arrested, of servers snatched by the FBI, of Clinton and Biden waiting for rough justice behind bars. This belief disarmed people who would otherwise have fought to achieve this very result. That is the problem with conspiracies: imaginary conspiracies prevent real action.

Still, I do not want to finish this piece on such a sad and disappointing note. President Trump was a great leader. He succeeded against enormous odds in improving the lot of American workers: for the first time since the 1970s, their incomes rose in relation to the other classes. He stopped mass migration to the US: legal immigration went down to a trickle. He avoided new wars; he tried to make peace with Russia. He refused to bomb Iran even in the last days of his presidency, though some pro-Israel supporters promised him a second term if he would.

His fight against the corona madness was his great achievement. He was against the lockdowns that are about to destroy our world so completely that few things will survive. The last great US ruler who didn’t wear the cowardly mask will be remembered. He could not defeat the mighty medical complex, or FAGMA, or the Masters of Discourse, but he tried.

The day of his defeat, January 6, was the Epiphany, or Adoration of the Magi, of the Three Wise Men who came to worship Jesus in his cave. It was also Christmas Eve for the Eastern Church. It is the darkest time of the year; from now on, the day will increase and so will our hopes.

Israel Shamir can be reached at [email protected]

This article was first published at The Unz Review.

• Category: Ideology • Tags: 2020 Election, American Media, Donald Trump 
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  1. tolstoy says:

    Trump is a demented, delusional moron, who has neither the cunning or skills to defeat the deep state. He is an amateur who rode the wave of anger without being able to weaponize it. Trump is just not barbaric enough. Too naive. His mouth just shoots off any little thoughts he had.
    More study of Lenin and Hitler, Mao, Ho Chi Minh, Pol Pot, would have helped. Because his opponents certainly have learned them by heart.

  2. I do have to admit that it is extremely intelligent brilliant article.

    • Agree: Gorgeous George
    • Disagree: goldgettin
    • Replies: @utu
    , @follyofwar
  3. Biff says:

    The Neo-Bolsheviks have kick started the revolution. A very common feature in your near future ((show trials)). The new ‘domestic terrorists’ formerly known as ‘deplorables’ will be on display in media orchestrated ((show trials)). The gulag is about to get crowded(incidentally at the height of Stalin’s purge the were about 800 out of 100,000 imprisoned; today in the U.S. at the moment, it is around 750 per 100,000 – for profit prisons are about to make some serious dough)

    More “show trial” candidates/cattle/fodder will be made available on Jan. 20 in the next false flag event.

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  4. No, Trump didn’t take a last stand like Tony Montana but cucked and sucked like a bitch.

  5. “He was kept on a short leash by the almighty Deep State, and when he tried to free himself, they pulled the leash.”

    SyrianGirlpartisan generally has something intelligent to say (video link below).

    Most interesting comments on assassination of 14-year military veteran (Ashli Babbitt) — see footage c. 9:30 to 9:39 (the shot) and then police behind her around 11:43 mark.

    Her conclusion sounds reasonable: Pence’s secret service shot her from the front. Not the police meddling with the crowd from behind. This runs deeper than first appearances.

    Bottom-line: Pence and his Christian Right have sniffed the breeze and dumped Trump (to fight again another day). Was this another ‘JFK’ by way of proxy — i.e. publicly taking out a core Trump supporter with military background? Pence is up to his eyeballs in it, imo. Remember his first act was to engineer the outing of Flynn. Very little else (in public) until his last act for thirty pieces of silver.

    • Agree: Rabbitnexus
    • Thanks: FB, Robjil
    • LOL: Larchmonter420
    • Troll: Corvinus
  6. SOL says:

    “That is the problem with conspiracies: imaginary conspiracies prevent real action.”

    Yeah, sure. It is easy to be vague.

  7. Ron T says:

    At Unz, like the Republican party, there is a conspiracy theory for every occasion. The friendly mob that stormed the Capitol Building chanting “hang Mike pence” and murdered a police officer actually meant to hang with Mike pence and have some beers together. They were in fact not even Trump supporters but antifa in disguise. And they were let in by Biden.

    A landslide victory was stolen in a grand conspiracy from a president with 42% approval ratings and which all polls had predicted would lose, including swing state polls. The Vice President had previously unknown powers, granted to him by the constitution, to toss out election results if he didn’t like them.

    The people who believe this nonsense are gullible people who are not very intelligent and obviously have never heard of Occam’s razor. And while it’s all fun and games to believe in conspiracy theories in the privacy of your basement, once one decides to act on them, the consequences can be deadly as 4 conspiracy theorists were drained from the gene pool on January 6th.

  8. m___ says:

    Covert is at the order of the day for the ones left out, the being hads, not only the working classes but the ones within the middle classes that realize they are being played. To a certain extend across race devides, across territorial devides the notion grows.

    Trump indeed is Marianne, the actor well served, he cannot live up to be the instigator. To the rescue some real men, that is what testosterone stands for, across all professions, do not loose momentum. The 6th of January can be flavored and served any day from now again. The encrusted in power must go, or there is nothing left for ambitious individuals and sub-groups of society to flight from. It is a fight for survival and it is global! Yellow vests, The Capitol, who cares, what matter is what is at stake.

    As for the “elites”, the second line gropers of Washington, the Macrons of the West, they are the laughing stock on the international scene, Putin and Xi must have a hearty laugh or two off stage. Not to mention other “petty dictators” around the globe.

    As much these same elites of the West are now having a reality check, it does not take much to give a heart-still to seventy year old carcasses. “Covid-this” certainly will keep them clustered within their mansions more then usual. They certainly are a better target then some booby-butt shopping mall. The win is in probing the borders of what is possible. Organizational stress testing, incitement to dare and organize. Capitol day one, forget “transitions” into the same, voting is done with one’s feet.

  9. Oh stop, it’s not even close to over. Some very big surprises await. MUCH is happening right now.

    Btw, Ret General Thomas McInerney said yesterday that some Special Forces guys were mixed in with the Antifa creeps on Wed and when in the Capitol building and Pelosi’s office, the TOOK her laptop. Not randomly and it’s why she is near meltdown.

    • Replies: @HeebHunter
  10. She’s angry.

    • Agree: Skeptikal, JM
    • Thanks: The King is a Fink
    • Replies: @Skeptikal
  11. Meimou says:

    The deck was stacked against President Trump from Day One. His orders were ignored.

    I wish his orders about moving the Israel embassy were ignored.

    The US courts, judges, police, the whole system of law enforcement was against him; his orders were blocked or overturned,

    Judges didn’t block is anti semitism executive order. The media didn’t tell you about the shenanigans of his son in law, or try to hurt his relationship with his base by exposing his pro gay agenda.

    Trumpstien had the full backing of ZOG and you dam well know it. Will you Trump supporters never stop lying?

    • Agree: Harold Smith
    • Replies: @HeebHunter
    , @anon
  12. Miville says:

    Trump deserves none of that praise. He played a play of kabuki. Trump never committed an unselfish act of his life nor issued one single truthful tweet. Whenever Trump tweeted he would do something, you could be sure it was not to be done, and whenever he said he would prevent or forbid something, it was to happen with certainty, preferably by his own doing. I was suspicious of Shamir but now I see he is dishonest to the utmost as a journalist. Anyway that electoral college thing has to stop if the presidential election is to have any semblance of democracy and with a rep by pop system Trump would have never made it. Idolizing any human in that way as a potential liberator from the deep state is an unforgivable sin. The backbone of that faith in Trump is composed mostly of the Evangelical churches but the fact is that these churches are more Zionist than the Israeli Jews themselves.

    • Agree: moi
    • Troll: Peripatetic Itch
  13. May Trump rot in hell for betraying those who supported him. He condemned those who stormed the Capitol as criminals. Well, Ashli Babbitt was not a criminal, Mr. Trump. She was a Patriot disgusted and angry with a government determined to ignore the will of the people. She died for this country and for what you, Mr. Trump, claimed to believe. And now, to top it all off, people are going to be sent to prison for trying to defend you and the truth, Mr. Trump, while you run and hide. Well, I only hope that the Dems follw through with their threats to destroy you and your family.

    • Replies: @Curmudgeon
  14. We all should agree that this horrendous siege of the Capitol, our citadel of freedom, our temple of American exceptionalism, was a disgrace. I’ve compared this dark event to the bombing of Pearl Harbor. It was an action that mirrors the Nazis rise to power through the Reichstag fire.

    I hope everyone disavows the beastial violence unleashed by Trump and his supporters on January 6th, a day that will live in infamy for all time.

  15. georg1945 says: • Website

    The US must get rid of the power of the Jews. The Jews made a ruin of the United States. Unfortunately, this is the truth.
    Trump is only significant in initiating purification in this krrupt society. Anyway, he’s also a Jewish asshole and a Jewish business man, no more.

    • Agree: Katrinka
    • Replies: @Brewer
  16. The establishment everywhere has proven to be extremely resilient with the latest COVID-19 weapon as proof of their diabolical creativity. Without COVID-19, there would not be a chance for the establishment to fake the elections results and get sleepy Joe into the White House. The same weapon was successfully used to finish off the Yellow Vests movement in France, the end of the Hong Kong riots, the popular uprising in Lebanon…

    Trump was on mission impossible right from the beginning. In a country where the people select rather than elect, Trump managed to pull through in 2016 because the establishment underestimated his popular appeal with many people who never dared to express their approval of Trump in public or in response to pollsters. That doomed his presidency to a defensive position against all kind of contrived conspiracies by the Russians in what was labelled Russia Gate, followed by Ukraine gate and who knows what other gate to have followed had he managed to win against the overwhelming odds of butting heads against the all mighty establishment.

    The only flickering light that comes out of the Trump phenomenon is that it is clear like the bluest sky of a summer Swiss mountain that trying to trigger change from within the system is nothing more than an illusion. From security agencies all the way to the Supreme Court, not one government official was willing to risk putting his/her neck on the line for the sake of election integrity. Change from within is akin to trying to demolish the fossilised rocks of special interest with a fork and a knife. Nothing short of the emergence of a well organised third populist party whose members will not shy away from violent confrontation in their commitment to real change with the agents of the establishment will change the politics of the American government. The alternative maybe secession or civil war.

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    , @SurfingUSA
  17. Dumbo says:

    What’s more depressing is seeing these corrupt, conniving, Israel-first whores and election fraudsters complaining that a “temple of democracy has been desecrated”. This after stealing an election. Unless they mean a temple of worship to Satan.

    I gained more respect of Trump at the end. He did fight basically all alone, against all, betrayed even by the useless GOP by all “allies”.

    However, in the end he is not a good leader, or not the leader white working-class people need and are waiting for. A leader with be with them at the insurrection, and go all the way. The way it happened, it felt more lie a trap, or a bad miscalculation, if not something partly staged.

    What will happen now? God only knows. Fox News is now saying:

    Biden: Trump ‘not above the law. Justice serves the people — it doesn’t protect the powerful’

    The hypocrisy and evilness of these people is astonishing. Biden, a tool of the oligarchs, China and Big Tech elected in an orgy of fraud, involved in several cases of corruption and sleaze, now says that “justice doesn’t protect the powerful”.

  18. cortesar says:

    President Tweeto was not just defeated, but utterly humiliated as well
    That is what I call poetic justice, the orange clown deserved much worse than that having betrayed everyone in short 4 years
    But the latest betrayal of the his supporters he directly incited, promised them to lead them, then run away to his bunker only to condemn them as the last scum of the earth (including the woman that was killed) will forever live in the infamy
    Lazy narcissistic asshole, vulgarian of the worst kind , conman of highest caliber has met the destiny he deserved
    In addition, the moment when the orange clown on March 18th proclaimed the arrival of the new plague and closed all borders can officially be considered as the beginning of the nightmare we are still living in
    At that crucial moment, like in all others, he did what he deemed to be most beneficial for his chances to be re-elected (by a lot)
    You may remember how he gathered different corporate clowns to organize “tremendous” testing like world has not seen before lol
    He promised blacks I d not remember how many billions only to see these black being used as the voting objects in an electoral fraud on industrial scale
    It is winter, leftist lunatic reign supreme, the covidians are still majority in every single west domain while Q retards are still trusting plan but at least the orange peace of shit is no more

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  19. Thoroughly enjoyable article, thank you.

    The headline had me envisioning something like Custer’s last stand. You know, a hardon with an arrow through it. This time it might have Nancy’s false teeth embedded.

    • LOL: israel shamir
  20. Many days ahead of us in 2021 but I’m already nominating this for best piece of the year. God bless you, Mr. Shamir

    • Thanks: israel shamir
  21. Ghali says:

    I wouldn’t be surprised if the Jews are involved. They rule America and they are responsible for its current miseries.

    • Agree: noname27
  22. Schuetze says:

    “the arson contrived by the newly formed Nazi government itself to turn public opinion against its opponents and to assume emergency powers”

    This entire spectacle at the capital was set up for one purpose: The Great Gun Grab.

    We all know it is coming. In order to justify the violence that will clearly be required to disarm the deplorables the narrative has to be constructed. Clearly “White Supremacists attempted a Coup” is part of that narrative. They also need to nail the door shut on all alternative media to prevent any coordination or information exchange between militias.

    We can be certain that certain privileged groups of Americans will be allowed to keep their guns. That Jews will not be disarmed goes without saying. Blacks will also be able to retain their weaponry until the white genocide is nearly complete. Preferred groups of whites like Lesbians, Queers and Tranny’s and their supporting staff of leftists will also not be disarmed in the early phases either.

    They will concentrate on the “white supremacists” to start out, and we can be certain that there will be Tarrant and Paddock style “mass murders” at Synogogues and Black churches. Israel Shamir and many commenters here at UR will assist the Kommisars in their gun grab by constantly droning on about “Nazi’s” and “Fascists”.


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  24. FB says: • Website

    A very good article by Shamir.

    The only thing I would qualify is that Trump didn’t do anything to improve the lot of the ordinary worker. That’s just delusional. The only people who benefited were the billionaires [and Israel].

    • Agree: noname27
    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
  25. gsjackson says:

    Agree, if Trump in fact has played his last hand. In that case, a great summation, as is Shamir’s article. The brazen hypocrisy is absolutely breathtaking.

  26. Wow,you sure are smart Is ra el. And eloquent.
    And convincing.You just state the facts,right?
    According to you,The President of these United States is “so naive”?
    The Commander in chief of the Armed Forces of America “believes
    revolutions just happen”???? How did you get so knowing ?
    Is someone paying you?
    “wise men came to worship the tiny,infant baby in a cave” ?
    You are almost extra ordinary.And if you’re wrong?
    What kind of odds are you giving? Good Luck

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  27. Schuetze says:

    Once again we have been subjected to the Zio-media carefully constructing their narrative simultaneously on all media platforms and all across the planet, all within hours of the event.

    insurrection“, “terrorists“, “never witnessed anything like this in our lives“, “the worst day in our history, comparable to 9/11“, Schumer even said that like December 7, 1941 that January 6, 2021 is a day that should “live in infamy“.

    This assault on conservative whites is even more crass than the medias synchronized squawking about “lockdown”, “waves of pandemic”, “climate crisis” and “great reset”.

    • Replies: @Beavertales
  28. Icy Blast says:
    @Just another serf

    Bestial violence? Ask Ashli Babbitt about that. More like The Boston Tea Party. If you want “bestial violence, go to a BLM/Antifa “protest.”

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  29. @tolstoy

    You are a fool. How many skyscrapers have you built? How many Presidential races have you won with the entire establishment your sworn enemies? Rather than recognizing the swamp is in reality an ocean, that one man no matter how gifted can drain, instead you blame the one man with the balls to try. I spit in your face.

    • Agree: Thomasina, Georgia, Ace, Wally
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    , @JM
    , @noname27
    , @Wyatt
  30. Israeli Shamir provides an excellent summation of events. I attended the rally in DC on 1/6 and was overwhelmed by the comradery and spirit of my fellow Americans. I couldn’t afford a hotel room and so slept in my pickup truck in the parking deck of Reagan National for two nights and took the metro to Capitol Hill. I think we all recognized our cause was lost but it felt good to be among another 1.5 million Americans with whom you could openly speak your mind. I let everyone know my mind: ‘It’s the Jews, Stupid.” I was not shunned even one time. Upon returning to my hometown over 400 miles away, I am confronted with the blinding ignorance of friends and family who are regular cable news watchers. I am disgusted with my own brothers and neighbors because they roll around in lies like pigs in shit, never suspecting they are being played but thinking the Evil Orange Man got his just deserts. I fear for the lives of my fellow Americans now. Voltaire said, ‘those who can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities.” Arm up everybody!

    • Agree: Georgia
    • Thanks: GMC
  31. @Chris in Cackalacky

    “How many skyscrapers have you built?”

    For the record, it would be the “deplorables” who built it. The same people (((trunpstein))) spat on after he had commanded them to march for him.

    “Rather than recognizing the swamp is in reality an ocean, that one man no matter how gifted can drain”

    Nah. The people on Unz with some working neurons would just rather laugh at a trained kike slave like you.

    Translate page to english. But really, it is literally what people have been demanding explanation for from the MAGA con artist/MIGA giga golem.

  32. JM says:
    @Chris in Cackalacky

    ‘I spit in your face.’

    A bit Gay…

  33. @The Real World

    Yes sir, this was just like Hunter forgetting his laptop in a repair shop. The deep state called off the entire security detail of the Capitol but couldnt have moved their sensitive data banks from an assault by a horde of people they saw coming miles away.


  34. @Meimou

    If Ashli Bibbit was a real patriot, then her blood would be on the hands of every kike/(((trump))) supporter who bellowed after the lie of the Kike lover in Chief, to walk with his loyal supporters to the Capitol.
    Yes, even Andrew Anglin.
    Ashli Bibbit died a victim, not a martyr.

    Tragic, but this is what muttmerica deserves. 1945 payback.

  35. @Just another serf

    Did you just read Shamir’s article? The protestors were invited in by police. Then agent provocateurs began smashing things and instigating other protestors. I know I am casting pearls among swine, but the Truth is out there. Go to Bitchute and search ‘police open door for proesters.’

    • Replies: @GeneralRipper
    , @St-Germain
  36. Well, let’s try to look past Trump personality and into the essence of his presidency.

    1. American population’s nature is changing, from being predominantly European in descend and mentality to a mixed bag of various minorities without a dominant race or ethnicity. This change is both inevitable and unstoppable, and Trump presidency represented the last-ditch attempt of the European Americans and people with related mentality to keep their hold on power. Even if Trump prevailed in 2020 elections, his powerbase would be ultimately doomed.

    2. The new majority of the American population does not share the same Protestant ethics that was dominant before. It is less individualistic,a dn its collectivistic instincts naturally drift towards the socialism of the European and, to some extent, Latin American style. Thus the unashamed American individualism that Trump epitomises is ultimately doomed.

    3. The nature of the American economy is also changing, from being based on person’s contribution to workforce to a person becoming a “cost center” that has value irrespective of their participation in the labor market. The vast wealth redistribution system already in place makes the people unemployed for life almost as valuable as consumers as hard workers. This change is also unstoppable. Thus Amazon and Google make a rational choice of supporting the anti-Trump majority against the Trump’s minority – it’s good for their business.

    4. Democracy in general and freedom of speech in particular are direct consequences of the general conscription (might gives right), and as soon as the latter disappears in favour of the professional army, democracy is held in place only by tradition. As such democracy is doomed to fall under the slightest attack (CNN just called the American democracy “fragile”), and one can only wonder over how long it lasted in America. Therefore, as long as the military draft is not restored in the USA, there is no way of going back to democracy and the freedom of speech.

    5. All these changes are as natural as they were predictable. Therefore, let’s not cry over the America that we have lost. It ain’t coming back. Let’s look instead into what future is likely to bring. Which is a subject of another post.

    • Replies: @Fatima Manoubia
    , @Hillaire
    , @FB
  37. There is little to add to this article. It goes along with Anatoly Karlin and other independent commentators.

    This is my summation of Trump 2016-2021:
    Israel first.
    Go stocks!
    Much bark, no bite.

    He surrounded himself with the worst people, it was obvious since he sold out Flynn that there will be no draining of the swamp, no MAGA, no detente with Russia no nothing. Murdering Soleimani just underlined his MIGA stance.

    At the end all of his associates stabbed him in the back, which was always obvious that it would happen. He then got discarded like a used condom, an abused hooker beaten and battered, and it will be a miracle if he has any friends left and does not face jailtime.

    I feel bad for him, matter of fact if it was a choice I’d rather trade places with a random DC bum than this billionaire right now. The fault was ultimately all his, but also all of the hope we had at any point in the last 5 years was also because of him.

    RIP MAGA, I wish that you could berth another champion that would be more deserving of the hope that Trump tapped into, but I doubt that another one will be allowed to happen.

    • Thanks: mark green
  38. JM says:
    @Silicon Silence

    Syrian Girl puts it all into perspective. Terrorists my arse. The real terrorists are the Soros-Plutocrat sponsored ‘ANTIFA’.

    • Replies: @JM
  39. JM says:

    As to her comment on Trump’s response, notwithstanding the ever-present enormous pressure on him, I think she’s right. I think there’s a raw dignity and collective spirit still among some of the World’s peoples that has faded from many European peoples, particularly of the West.

  40. @JM

    A bit Gay…

    A bit of wishful thinking on your part

    • Agree: Georgia
    • Replies: @JM
  41. Thomasina says:
    @Just another serf

    How about the horrendous siege of the truth? How do you have freedom when you’re not allowed to speak, when you’re stifled and censored, when you’re lied to?

    The politicians, the so-called great defenders of freedom, showed themselves to be nothing more than conniving, corrupt traitors when they refused to look at the blatant election fraud. Ditto for the courts.

    The glue that holds the country together is the Constitution. It just got shredded, set on fire by your citadel of freedom.

    Shame on you and shame on them.

    • Agree: Joe Levantine
    • Replies: @Twodees Partain
  42. Thomasina says:

    Good post. Yes, I think it was staged, with some naive Trump supporters joining in after the gates were opened up for them.

    There is no way the authorities would have left the building so exposed, especially not on a day like this.

    Totally staged.

    • Replies: @James Speaks
  43. A propos the 95 % in Detroit, a few quotes from the below newsitem:

    “A group of Michigan voters are suing Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson on claims she’s allowed “partisan operatives” to dole out millions of dollars in private money for get-out-the-vote initiatives in select Democratic cities and counties ahead of the Nov. 3 election.

    The lawsuit, filed Monday in the Michigan Court of Claims, alleges the Chicago-based Center for Tech and Civic Life gave money to county and local clerks in the battleground state to print and distribute absentee ballots and mail-in ballots and add drop boxes. The goal was to increase ballots cast “in only certain urban and predominantly Democratic precincts” and “selectively influence the outcome of the 2020 general election,” according to the filing.
    Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg contributed a $250 million toward the center’s initiatives in battleground states like Arizona, Wisconsin and Michigan, Hearne said. ”

    Everything clear?

  44. moi says:

    Trump is greedy, egotistical, crude and loutish–a real All-American dude. On the bright side, China will surpass the US in GDP before the end of the decade, but I don’t think it’s interested in bombing or invading any country. Praise sweet Jesus.

    • Replies: @TKK
  45. Thomasina says:

    What you call defeat, I call winning. He exposed the corruption. If that’s all he did, that is more than enough.

    It is clear to everyone that Trump won the election, but the Fraud Fairy, never at rest, sprinkled some crucial ballots over Beijing Biden’s pillow. Kind of like how Chinese money was magically sprinkled into his bank account, that type of thing. Or maybe it was Ukrainian money. Whatever; I can’t keep up.

    That same corruption is what’s keeping Covid going. It’s what kept the Russian collusion hoax alive for so long. Hell, I think it was corruption that kept the Clinton Foundation running. Could I be mistaken on this? Maybe it was the spying by the Obama administration.

    I suddenly feel dirty. Maybe it’s all this corruption talk.

    • Agree: Peripatetic Itch
    • Troll: Corvinus
  46. Ron T says:

    Trump’s ostensible character flaws, i.e. being a malignant narcissist, is the key to understanding his behavior and why he would NEVER commit to a coup and not because of moral considerations, as he is completely devoid of any. A coup requires risking one’s own neck and self sacrifice, something which is completely foreign and the opposite to feeding one’s ego, which is the fuel of the narcissist. Once the narcissist realized the deadly outcome of his power trip and that he may be facing some personal consequences he immediately threw his supporters under the bus.

    Cults rarely end well and the Cult of the Narcissist Sociopath is no exception. Every cult, with their own version of reality, like Shamir’s conspiracy theories, must eventually meet the reality that most of us live in. They then either go up in flames or are taken to the grave with the death of Leader.

    People like Shamir have their small part of responsibility for the death and mayhem of January 6, for feeding his readers lies and conspiracy theories for the past 4 years. He is a Russian after all, writing on behalf of Putin, so the results are quite disappointing from his perspective.

    • Agree: utu
    • Disagree: Protogonus
  47. onebornfree says: • Website
    @Joe Levantine

    “The only flickering light that comes out of the Trump phenomenon is that it is clear like the bluest sky of a summer Swiss mountain that trying to trigger change from within the system is nothing more than an illusion. From security agencies all the way to the Supreme Court, not one government official was willing to risk putting his/her neck on the line for the sake of election integrity. Change from within is akin to trying to demolish the fossilised rocks of special interest with a fork and a knife. Nothing short of the emergence of a well organised third populist party whose members will not shy away from violent confrontation in their commitment to real change with the agents of the establishment will change the politics of the American government. The alternative maybe secession or civil war.”

    Well said, thanks.

    Regards, onebornfree

    • Thanks: Joe Levantine
  48. Tom Welsh says:

    “…the media made fun of him and the opposition relentlessly delegitimised him”.

    Failing to notice, in their overweening pride, that by doing so they were delegitimising themselves and the whole apparatus of US government.

    Who now regards the USA as a “functioning democracy”? It has been made obvious to everyone on Earth that, far from being “the most powerful person in the world”, the US President is merely a broker in the Washington market of money, power, and reciprocal favours.

    If he doesn’t go along, he will not get on. And his supposedly glorious dignity means nothing at all if his supposed employees disagree with him.

  49. Tom Welsh says:

    “He was kept on a short leash by the almighty Deep State, and when he tried to free himself, they pulled the leash”.

    The destruction of Mr Trump will have done nothing to stop, or slow down, this process. On the contrary, it has enormously accelerated it. The dog is now a hundred feet tall, and its slaver melts steel.

    • Agree: Trickster
    • Replies: @Desert Fox
  50. A genteel briefing from Lt. Gen. Mcinnerney…says Pelosi in fit to impeach/25 Amendment because
    Special Forces grabbed Pelosi’s laptop…?

    and here is another by another for the mill….

    • Replies: @Fatima Manoubia
  51. onebornfree says: • Website

    ‘The hypocrisy and evilness of these people is astonishing.”

    No, its not. If it astonishes you then all I can say is that you, just like the average Trump supporter, are extremely naive, to say the least.

    A few reminders as to the true nature of what Trump/you/we are all dealing with:

    “Because they are all ultimately funded via both direct and indirect theft [taxes], and counterfeiting [central bank monopolies], all governments are essentially, at their very cores, 100% corrupt criminal scams which cannot be “reformed”or “improved”,simply because of their innate criminal nature.” onebornfree

    “The State is a gang of thieves writ large – the most immoral, grasping and unscrupulous individuals in any society.” Murray Rothbard

    “Taking the State wherever found, striking into its history at any point, one sees no way to differentiate the activities of its founders, administrators and beneficiaries from those of a professional-criminal class.” Albert J. Nock

    “Government is a disease masquerading as its own cure” Robert LeFevere

    In the real world, failure to understand the true nature of all states/governments [and therefor of how to deal with them all], inevitably leads to failure to achieve actual results, unless, of course, the results desired are a further expansion of the state’s inevitable criminality.

    Trump [and his supporters] total naivete as to what he/they were actually ultimately dealing with is what has caused his failure, which, all the way back in 2015, I had accurately predicted here:

    “You,Trump,Sanders Etc., Vs “Dictator Syndrome”:

    Regards, onebornfree

  52. @Biff

    More “show trial” candidates/cattle/fodder will be made available on Jan. 20 in the next false flag event.

    For the record, here is Twitter’s statement on deleting Trump’s accounts. In light of recent history showing that the big media always set up their own narrative for the future by accusing Mr. Trump of what they themselves plan (called projection), note particularly the second item in the list, promising us violence on Inauguration Day. I am personally predicting an assassination or assassination attempt on Honest Joe Biden (or his body double) that will be blamed on some poor Patriot patsy. This will serve to stoke the fires of outrage against those “domestic terrorists” who “stormed” the Capitol on Jan. 6 and lead to the mass persecution of Deplorables. Killing two birds with one stone, it will also facilitate the succession to Chairman Kamala:

    We assessed the two Tweets referenced above under our Glorification of Violence policy, which aims to prevent the glorification of violence that could inspire others to replicate violent acts and determined that they were highly likely to encourage and inspire people to replicate the criminal acts that took place at the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021.
    This determination is based on a number of factors, including:
    • President Trump’s statement that he will not be attending the Inauguration is being received by a number of his supporters as further confirmation that the election was not legitimate and is seen as him disavowing his previous claim made via two Tweets (1, 2) by his Deputy Chief of Staff, Dan Scavino, that there would be an “orderly transition” on January 20th.
    • The second Tweet may also serve as encouragement to those potentially considering violent acts that the Inauguration would be a “safe” target, as he will not be attending.
    • The use of the words “American Patriots” to describe some of his supporters is also being interpreted as support for those committing violent acts at the US Capitol.
    • The mention of his supporters having a “GIANT VOICE long into the future” and that “They will not be disrespected or treated unfairly in any way, shape or form!!!” is being interpreted as further indication that President Trump does not plan to facilitate an “orderly transition” and instead that he plans to continue to support, empower, and shield those who believe he won the election.
    Plans for future armed protests have already begun proliferating on and off-Twitter, including a proposed secondary attack on the US Capitol and state capitol buildings on January 17, 2021.

  53. TKK says:

    Do you have cites or links to where Trump called his supporters “ the scum of the earth”?

    • Replies: @Georgia
  54. Anonymous[291] • Disclaimer says:
    @Icy Blast

    Bestial violence? Ask Ashli Babbitt about that. More like The Boston Tea Party. If you want “bestial violence, go to a BLM/Antifa “protest.”

    I’m pretty sure @Just another serf was being sarcastic and only using the ludicrous hyperbolic language the left has been using to describe the Capitol protest.

    • Thanks: Just another serf
  55. Tom Welsh says:

    ‘The fire is the subject of continued debate and research, says the Encycopaedia Britannica. Probably the same will be said about the Capitol “invasion”…’

    “Plausible deniability” is their watchword.

  56. The deranged Germans being the most rabid anti-DT maniacs on the planet, the anti-DT stats in Germany were 90% from day one, they are euphoric and thrilled with the horrible unjust treatment he has received from all quarters.
    Germany birthplace of communism, antifa, and a myriad of other negative elements, both Goy and Hebrew which have wrought havoc upon mankind.
    They worship BO as a holy person and his pictures are everywhere to be seen in their woke nuthouse.

    AJM “Mensa” qualified since 1973, airborne trained US Army vet, and pro jazz artist.

    • Replies: @HeebHunter
  57. @Silicon Silence

    Maram Susli, aka Syrian Girl, is as American as apple pie. Forgetting the fact that she is not “natural born”, a qualification that has now been simply discarded, she will herself squeak in over the 35-year-old qualification bar by 2024.

    I hereby nominate Susli/Tulsi as the Republican ticket for president in ’24. Any seconders?

    • Agree: Georgia, R2b
  58. @Ron T

    And while it’s all fun and games to believe in conspiracy theories in the privacy of your basement

    And while it’s all fun and games to run a presidential campaign from the privacy of your basement


  59. Realist says:

    I gained more respect of Trump at the end. He did fight basically all alone, against all, betrayed even by the useless GOP by all “allies”.

    Trump threw his supporters under the bus…but he has always been a Deep State minion.

  60. I want to give a big shout out to Rick Wilson, Eric Ericson, George Will, Ben Shapiro, Michael Medved, Mona Charen, Mitt Romney, the Bushes and all the other “Never Trumpers!” without whose efforts the takeover of the US by the Marxists would never have been possible.

    Well done! Your places in infamy are assured!

    • Thanks: Katrinka
  61. Robjil says:
    @Chris in Cackalacky

    Voltaire deeply understood what we are dealing with today. Seven Nations to destroy idea which Wesley Clark mentioned comes from the Torah. That is how the first Israel was created. Amalek, the idea of blotting out everyone who goes against Israel is a common theme too. The bombing of civilians in WWII goes with Amalek theme.

    “You seem to me to be the maddest of the lot. The Kaffirs, the Hottentots, and the Negroes of Guinea are much more reasonable and more honest people than your ancestors, the Jews. You have surpassed all nations in impertinent fables in bad conduct and in barbarism. You deserve to be punished, for this is your destiny.[2] —Voltaire, From a letter to a Jew who had written to him, complaining of his antisemitism in L’Essai sur le Moeurs

    • Thanks: mark green
  62. noname27 says: • Website
    @Chris in Cackalacky

    The foolishness is all yours. Trumpstein is 100% owned by the Rothschilds and their fellow Jews (even within his own family) and they are the swamp and the so-called deep state.

    Ever wonder why Trumpstein employed so many swampy people? I don’t expect you did.

    • Replies: @Mefobills
  63. It strikes me that when the corporate media show you an image and say “this is who you have to be afraid of,” even if it’s a face-painted kid in a horned costume, for heaven’s sake, they are really revealing who frightens their owners the most. I don’t care two cents for Trump but it is larger than life and often half-mad showmen like him who change history. I have no reason to fear his supporters: they are my fellow citizens, not the bogeyman hiding under the bed. In a society divided by staggering levels of inequality, as ours is now after forty years of misgovernance, it is impossible to preserve democracy, or to reform the system from within. Congress is merely a forum in which local legislators promote their own political welfare through special interest projects initiated for the benefit of the nation’s real owners. The rot has spread throughout the entire federal bureaucracy, which is now totally unresponsive to the needs of the citizenry. We’ll either work together to make it better, or we won’t.

    • Agree: Niebelheim
    • Replies: @Niebelheim
    , @follyofwar
  64. saggy says:

    On January 6, a massive demonstration in his support gathered in Washington, DC. Hundreds of thousands Americans came to the capital to demand justice after the election fraud became obvious.

    There was no election fraud. Why would IS repeat this idiocy?

    Question: Is IS a holohoax denier? He is frequently described as a HD as wiki attests, but has he ever denied that it happened? I googled, and couldn’t find any instances, but I did find this remarkable article

    Our good friend Gilad Atzmon proposed a new idea, that the Anglo-Americans are particularly vile, and that they need the Holocaust narrative to justify and persist with their nastiness. In Gilad’s own words, “I believe that it isn’t the Jews who impose this Holocaust narrative. It is actually the Anglo-Americans who need Auschwitz, just because it allows them to kill in the name of freedom…” He stated it in his Re-Arranging the 20th Century: Allegro, non Troppo, and in his interview to Lasse Wilhelmson, Gilad says: “I am totally convinced that H isn’t a Zio narrative. I put a major blame on the Anglo-Americans”. Lasse asked him: “So the post war imperialists created the H narrative to be able to use Zionism ideologically and the Jews as a scapegoat?” Gilad replied: “… Auschwitz allows the Anglo-American to kill in the name of democracy”


  65. Skeptikal says:
    @Silicon Silence

    In have found some Syriangirl comments to make sense in the past, but this one started out with a whopper, the mention of “for a hundred years” in connection with Antifa. Antifa has not been around for a hundred years. And her delineation of what Antifa can and cannot do was out of thin air.

    SG’s credibility went from bad to sillier with criteria for what makes a color revolution: the criteria may be valid, but SG simply asserted that the criteria were not fulfilled. How does she know that? Actually, it is perfectly possible and credible that all three criteria were fulfilled but the actors are not revealing themselves.

    Turned of the video at that point. I think SG may be way out of her depth in her meager understanding of the American scene.

    I’m looking for analytical beef, not fake meat.

    And, BTW, do not touch the fake meat that is now being pushed in local supermarkets. Fakemeat plus dodgy covid-19 vaccine just frees up more resources for the rest of us!!

    • Disagree: R2b
    • Replies: @anon
    , @Cloudswrest
    , @anon
  66. utu says:

    “I do have to admit that it is extremely intelligent brilliant article.” – I must agree, grudgingly. The talented Mr. Shamir is, well, talented. But you should never make a mistake thinking he is on your side.

    “That is the problem with conspiracies: imaginary conspiracies prevent real action.” – That was the whole point of the “QAnon and Kayfabe conspiracies”, so the conspiracies were of no consequence and did not pose any threat to those in power. The objective was to string along people with the hope that Trump was fighting for them without giving them any idea what actually was he fighting for or against. The objective was for Trump to believe that he had a mass support without giving him any idea how to go about it by keeping him self-satisfied that he would not have to do anything except for few more things for Israel which would always thank him profusely satisfying his insatiable vanity. More of the full spectrum opposition he faced in America more attractive was Israel’s appreciation to him, the only appreciation he was getting apart form the deluded QAnon crowds. His personality and charisma were supposed to be enough. No tangible and constructive populist objectives were permitted to be voiced and heard. People were to believe that Trump was fighting some dark forces of Satanists and pedophiles. But the words oligarchs or Zionists were not to be mentioned. The whole psy-op was from the low budge B-movie script written somewhere in Tel Aviv by even more talented Messrs. Shamirs residing there who have natural contempt for gentiles and Americans in particular (which always shows) who believe that a low budget B-movie would do the trick.

    • Replies: @Fatima Manoubia
  67. @Silicon Silence

    Pence was probably waiting for this, since, at least, when The Donald ignored his wife while arriving in inauguration mass, and probably even before…Review the video and notice how he stared obliquously at Trump…

    He does not only stare down Putin, he has stare downed at Trump in several ocassions…for the attentive watcher…

    What about Pompeo, as a Christian fundamentalist…he is with Trump…or with Pence…?
    He, after all, wants to continue his political career..

  68. Tom Welsh says:

    ” They are used to gambling; they aren’t surprised by a beautiful hand of four aces, as Mark Twain suggested”.

    Beautiful! I hadn’t heard that one before, but – like so many Twainisms – it serves to remind us that, as far as American corruption is concerned, there truly is nothing new under the sun.

  69. This is the death rattle of the Republican Party. So that’s good. The 90-plus percent of its membership finally realize they have no political representation.

    It also means the D.C. junta will rule over a very angry, very volatile populace. In a sense I do hope this is used to justified gun grabs, show trials and other attacks on the historic people of the United States. It will throw gasoline on hot embers almost immediately. Patriots would be well-advised to exploit what appears to be the blatant murder of Ashli Babbitt, perhaps with mass demonstrations. Her killing has the State actually afraid. It has every reason to be.

  70. Skeptikal says:
    @Priss Factor

    Great and true rant that calls it like it is in very clear language.

    When I tried to explain these realities to an *old friend* lately—one of the many who is not capable of having an adult conversation about the USA today but can only emote and state how much she “just can’t stand that man”—she told me she was “creeped out” by what I was saying.

    • Replies: @Frank McGar
  71. @Ron T

    Try applying Occam’s Razor to the free fall implosion of Building 7. Follow where that leads you.

    • Agree: Rogue
  72. @Biff

    On twentieth they can only beat the shit out from Biden’s admirers. And that can not be painted as “insurgence”.

  73. TKK says:

    If you catch 100 red fire ants as well as 100 large black ants, and put them in a jar, at first, nothing will happen.

    However, if you violently shake the jar and dump them back on the ground the ants will fight until they eventually kill each other. The thing is, the red ants think the black ants are the enemy and vice versa, when in reality, the real enemy is the person who shook the jar.

    This is exactly what’s happening in society today. Liberal vs. Conservative. Black vs. White. Pro Mask vs. Anti Mask.

    The real question we need to be asking ourselves is who’s shaking the jar … and why?

    • Replies: @Sue Dunham
    , @Ray Caruso
  74. @Observator

    Alas, if only it remained possible to work together…

  75. Skeptikal says:

    Biden’s hypocrisy and sanctimony are simply mind-blowing.

    The only thing more mind-blowing is that intelligent people lap up this BS and think Biden is some kind of savior of the Union, turning a blind eye to Biden’s openly scurrilous activities.

    And these people charge Trump followers with being gullible fools following a fantastical Pied Piper.

    The biggest Pied Piper in the picture is the Democratic Party and their media whores.

  76. @Chris in Cackalacky

    Thanks for being there.

    And no, we are not alone.

    • Agree: Twodees Partain
  77. @Zarathustra

    I completely agree with Zarathustra. Shamir’s article is a tour de force. Non-Americans often see things more clearly than we do. Also, the article Shamir referred to in his third to last paragraph, “some pro-Israel supporters promised him” (Trump) a second term if he would bomb Iran. is well worth reading.

    I became so curious about Shamir that I googled him on Wikipedia. I know that is often a less than reliable source, but, still, explosive charges made against him there are curious indeed. Wikipedia quotes Norman Finkelstein as saying that Shamir “has invented his entire personal history. Nothing he says about himself is true.” Shamir sounds like a truth-teller to me, but, in the lockdown Panopticon prison we exist in today, who in hell knows that the truth is?

    • Agree: Emslander
    • Replies: @Carolyn Yeager
  78. @Peripatetic Itch

    No chance of that – she Syrian/Australian and commenting from overseas.

  79. polistra says:

    Trump broke all his promises and broke the hopes of real populists SOON after he was inaugurated. Unlike Obama, who broke his promises before the 2008 election, Trump waited a few months to show his true Deepstate colors. By March 2017 it was clear that he was hiring Swamp Creatures, not firing them. It was also clear that the bureaucrats were ignoring his “orders”. They had been careful at first, then returned to normal by March.

    If you think it’s just happening now, you weren’t paying attention.

  80. TKK says:

    China will surpass the US in GDP before the end of the decade, but I don’t think it’s interested in bombing or invading any country

    Been to Sub Sahara Africa lately?

    Viet Nam? Laos? Indonesia? Cambodia? Burma (Myanmar?)

    Your kind of ignorance worries me. The Chinese are extracting resources faster than they can eat Golden Retrievers.

    These poor provinces accept cheap Chinese cash in return for extremely valuable natural resources that are finite. Most wars that win are not prosecuted with Jar Heads from the 82nd Airborne.

    That’s just soap opera.

    Follow the institutions, not the personalities.

    • Replies: @GMC
    , @Getaclue
  81. Defcon says:

    Orange, diaper wearing, retarded traitor, this is how history will remember the coward.

  82. AKINDLE says:

    A true leader would have led his supporters right up the capitol steps. As usual, Trump balked and threw his supporters under the bus. BLM gets a pass to destroy properties, loot, stomp and murder. An unarmed White lady gets killed by the Secret Service in cold blood. Pathetic!

  83. @Chris in Cackalacky

    I couldn’t afford a hotel room and so slept in my pickup truck in the parking deck of Reagan National for two nights and took the metro to Capitol Hill.

    Then you have the ropes of a real revolutionary. You seem a real working class peer, eventhough I am ideologically in the oppsite side of The Donald and followers…

    Only you followed the wrong person…Have you viewed the video where the Trumps and other grey haired people celebrate happily your intend of take over of the Capitol from a safe space “operations room”, where at least two big screens were transmitting the event live, and where their women appear so compossed and without a hair out of order as always they are….( Btw, that the only person who seemd a bit disturbed was Eric Trump….) They were not risking their luxuries, nor their lives, while probably expecting that many from amongst you, and the security defending who were not aboard, would die…

    If you do not know, Lenin, who was a real revolutionary leader, came out from a comfortable living middle class family in the Tsarist system. He left his comfortable life to go on exile to end living in the overfloor of a Swiss cobbler…to only was able to return to Russia by accepting the money and support of the enemies of the Russian people, the Germans, to hire a sealed train to not be detained during the oddisey through Europe…To appear more presentable amongst the impoverished masses he was going to lead, he had to be bought a suit and a pair of boots when arriving in the Baltics, just about to cross the Russian border, as those he was wearing were in a miserable state…

    it felt good to be among another 1.5 million Americans with whom you could openly speak your mind.

    It feels always good to share and find that you are not alone in your grievances about how the sytem treats you…That gives you hope…and strenght…
    The worst here is that what was probably, on your part, a genuine intent, is going to be used by the elites, including Trump himself, to prevent any more people to meet like minded people either in person or through the networks, helped in this by the whole pandemic operation…not in vain being displayed almost simultaneously with its harsh unending measures..

    You know, man, things are going to get harshly worst for the average citizen. They know the people at certain point they will rebeal, all the more as they have witnessed how the richest have beneffited from this pandemci while the rest have impoverished, and so they felt in the need to curtail any intent through discrediting any mass revolt, to which highly contributed both former unmolested violent riotts by alleged BLM ( which destroyed mainly middle class business, never banks or the stock markets HQs ), and this “Occupy Capitol” operation…

    I fear you have been taken for a ride, but do not despair, there were no internet social media in Lenin´s times, there is always the possibility to meet in person, of course, that is way more risky, as infiltrated operatives may be able to come in, but one does not make the revolution without risk, hence, Trump and his family are nothing close to revolutionary leaders…They risked nothing…

    • Replies: @Georgia
    , @anonymous
  84. @Observator

    Agreed with your comment until your last sentence. WB Yeats said it best 100 years ago: “Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold; … The best lack all conviction, while the worst are full of passionate intensity.” Hoping that we can somehow “work together to make it better” with people who hate our very existence has become a fools errand.

  85. @Tom Welsh

    I would just add that the zionist hold the leash on the CIA and all of the 17 chain dog agencies , the same is true of the military and the ZUS gov.

  86. @Just another serf

    “ We all should agree that this horrendous siege of the Capitol, our citadel of freedom, our temple of American exceptionalism, was a disgrace.”

    Our citadel of freedom? Freedom for whom; the oligarchs yes, the Deplorables hardly.

    American exceptionalism? like the right to wreck whole societies under the claim of spreading democracy and false pretences like hosting Bin Laden and weapons of mass destruction…

    I am baffled that after all the historic events of the post WWII, the myth of Exceptionalistan is still alive and kicking.

  87. anon[327] • Disclaimer says:

    SG gets better after the first bit of mistaken analysis.

  88. @romanempire

    Good analysis, you are onto something…

    Only to add that the confrontation between productive and unproductive ( unemployed ) workers ( a growing status not vocational but unavoidable in the galloping arriving 5th technoparadigm, unless we redistribute available work hours towards some working less so that more people have jobs…but, of course, for that to happen the rich should agree in getting a bit less of such ammount of gains as they are grabbing since immemorial times…) has been viewed by the elites as the secure form to perpetuate divide and avoid proletarians to unite in mass…which would guarantee them being overthrown…

    We are currently witnessing at out job places, how the workload have almost doubled while the work force has been cut in a half (on alleged, by employers, diminished workload by the pandemic ) while they moreover get a payload monetary aid from the state. Meanwhile that promised to the prejudized masses has not yet arrived ti the theirempty pockets , and at places like hospitals and health care centers, where staff was already at minimum numbers at normal workload pre-pandemic, staffs are exhausted, with a minimal reinforcement in a pandemic next to fulfill a year of duration…

  89. There is cause for optimism. Biden has not won “the hearts and minds” of the people. Grubers voted against Trump…with Orange Man gone their uniting (((fake news))) fueled hatred of Trump goes with it; shitlibs’ petty power squabbles will resume.

    The dems are, in fact, doomed. (Don’t worry about quisling Turdpublicans, they’ll continue as normal lackeys and false opposition to whatever new power arises.)

    Biden sucks, everyone knows it, and his skin-color-chosen replacement Hindu wigger (Higger?) is way worse. lefty swine are far more frightened right now than us. Trump succeeded in tearing off their media masks and forced their hand 10 years earlier than they’d planned.

    If we hold off attempts to increase democrook tyranny over the next 3 months we can crush them. The Saxon Hatred Meter is full and flashing.

    Start by bombarding the crooks with demands the orc who murdered Ashli Babbit be revealed, fired and prosecuted.

    • Thanks: Peripatetic Itch
  90. anon[389] • Disclaimer says:

    Sacrificial ceremonies are back in the second temple .Trump has offered Sudan Morocco Bahrain and tried to sacrifice Indonesia also for an yet unknown benefit .

    His DNA-in-Law would receive gigantic payoff from Sudan Bahrain Morocco and Saudi Arab which then would be siphoned to Israeli settler ghetto.

  91. nickels says:

    If there was one thing Trump always excelled at-it was stabbing his supporters in the back.
    He will go down in history as the biggest coward to ever set foot on Jeffery Epstein’s island.

  92. @Just another serf

    I wrote LOL as it is obvious to me that Serf was writing Satire. Well written satire usually fools the majority of the people. To those who jumped all over Serf, please realize that you’ve been “Punked.”

  93. Very good article by Israel Shamir …..
    but this one’s even better

    ‘What happened on January 6th?’

    • Replies: @nickels
    , @Fatima Manoubia
  94. @TKK

    In nature red ants raid black ants colonies and steal their eggs for slaves.

  95. @FB

    My wife and I benefitted from two of the federal income-tax cuts in the 2017 legislation, and we are nowhere near rich. While well above average, our annual household income is not in the top few percent nationally or in our State, and it doesn’t make for a tony life after the governments and scumbag landlord take their cuts in Los Angeles.

    For one thing, the Trump bill’s overdue increase in the fed child tax credit from $1,000 to $2,000 was a noticeable help as we try to raise a good-sized family. (We do look forward to Harris/Biden fulfilling their promise to raise the child credit further to $3,000 per child, while they are otherwise mostly harming the economy and the country.)

    The second provision that put more of our own earnings back in our pocket was the cut to one of the middle brackets, which applies to a bit of our income.

    Having said that, we were offended by the huge tax cut that the 2017 bill gave to people who take in tens or hundreds of millions of dollars per year. For the same amount of likely lost revenue, Trump and the plutocrat-lovers in Congress could have instead eliminated a couple of the middle brackets and given middle- and upper-middle-income Americans tax relief that would help us enormously.

    If Trump and Republicans (or even most Democrats in power) actually cared about non-elite Americans, they could have proposed STEEPLY RAISING fed tax on household incomes over, say, a million dollars per year and slashing rates for the remaining people who actually pay net fed income tax (roughly the fiftieth through ninety-ninth percentile of households). That would be more fair as well as widely popular with the public.

    • Replies: @FB
  96. The deck was stacked against President Trump from Day One. His orders were ignored.

    No true. Trump had immense political power as President. He could have ruthlessly fired and replaced and argued his rationale forcefully to the public. But that would have taken real-time resolve and follow through.

    Swinging a Presidental 2×4 at the sclerotic, subversive Status Quo would have taken significant effort and focus by Trump. And the political skill and energy to build a larger coalition beyond his base. But he chose not to because he is stupid and lazy.

    That Fat Tub of Goo thought he could get by just by mindlessly fat fingering his tweets that were appreciated only by his base while tolerating his internal enemies and implementing incoherent policies that were often totally removed from his 2016 campaign promises.

    Narcissistic and incompetent Trump deserved to lose. Anybody who still follows that failed clown is delusional. Toxic Trump is perversely an actual enemy of populism.

    • Troll: Peripatetic Itch
  97. @utu

    You are onto something too…

    I do not remeber now where I heard, may be in a Spanish media, that the people climbing the wall of the Capitol were doing it only on a platform which promised them only a tax cut…not other structured program was offered, as the jobs will not return in what continues to be a globalist project, nor wars will end, as already many officials have confessed through their short telegrams and other kind of communications…

    In this sense, many of Trumps supporters ( I am not saying all of them…) rallied after him on mainly greed grounds, and the false belief of them being middle class whose conditions Trump will improve by returning the US the times of the 50s…Simply, travelling on time is still no possible, in spite of the so much promotion he gets that crazy kitsch enriched by the elites, Musk…on whose beahlf, btw, the Bolivia coup, where dozens of indigenous working people died, was perpetrated to “get the litium” ( like “get the oil” was the goal for attacking Irak, Lybia, and Syria…)

    That is simply not true, in a finite world, where infinite growing is not more possible, all the more under current financial capitalism.

    You are being taken for a ride by Trump and his cronies, because you are not middle class when you can not afford travelling to DC and hire even a modest motel room in the middle of harsh winter January…No man, you are a proletarian whose conditions have not got better since… ages?, what we in Europe call “working poors”, those who even having a job never leave the poor status, which is a new working class created out of the 2008 crisis…fro sure willingly…
    This is the working class who populate for example Amazon warehouses and is being thrown against state workers and those who still keep a decent wage by the kind of Trump.. i
    In this it is based populism and fascism, in achieving that the masses denounce, fight, and even kill each other on behalf of the elites..
    That way, they do not even need to stain their hands…Round business…

    • Replies: @utu
  98. Pontius says:
    @Just another serf

    It is sad watching all those criminals cavorting through the capitol building, supposedly acting in the name of justice and the will of the people. Happily, it was interrupted for a short time by guys in buffalo hats.

    • LOL: Wielgus
  99. TKK says:

    Being a foreigner, I do not understand why the Americans want to keep their guns if they never use them, but that’s the way they are.

    Outstanding point.

    Living in the South, I believe it would stun most of the world if they realized just how many guns and ammo people have. I can think of five men- stable,kind to animals, not obese, heterosexual- that have cumulatively 50 AR-15s with basements- BASEMENTS- full of ammo.

    It’s the magic solution to all of this treachery and demonizing whites.

    If these Americans had a meeting of the minds, and started selectively terrorizing the children of the Ruling Class- the climate would change.

    Because at root- the Ruling Class is terrified of blacks.

    Whites are too busy working to keep the lights on.

    When this changes, real change will occur.

    • Agree: RadicalCenter
  100. Good thing the trumpsters storming Capitol Hill are fanatical anti maskers so we got good clear pictures of this terrorist mob that Shamir says are really just down and out blue collar workers.

    Hopefully they’ll have a chance to think about their actions locked away in a federal prison for 10 years. No one ever accused the trumpsters of being particularly bright and this sad incident clearly demonstrated that.

    • Disagree: JamesinNM
    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
  101. Georgia says:
    @Fatima Manoubia

    Lenin was financed by Wall Street — do some research?

    Anthony Sutton detailed it all at length, beyond all doubt they also financed both sides of the Viet Nam war and he documented that completely also — these were the rich Bolsheviks (Jews) of Finance and Banking and the same have been at work ever since and are now behind the NWO and The Great Reset — the Mass Murder of over 100 Million (Christians mostly) financed by them last century is barely discussed because they are still “running” things…they are coming for all of us now.

    • Agree: RedpilledAF
    • Replies: @Fatima Manoubia
  102. @Abdul Alhazred

    This gerontocrat, privileged people, living a luxury life ( for who can afford 24/7 private nursing which allows him going to ballet/concerts in luxury places in the middle of a pandemic? Moreover he hires immigrant nurses when he goes allegedly on a platfrom against immigration to save jobs for US americans..well, we know, greed is more powerful that his worryings for the american working class..), are those who are spreading confussion and throwing the working masses against the government, as they have seen this is their only hope to retake power by force, as through elections they have tested they will no govern ever more ( a phenomenom wodely spreaded throughout the Western world…) as the composition of the US ( Western…) society has changed, especially through their own aims at saving a bit of money by refusing to pay the average wage of a US born nurse, for example…

    You will find immigrant service people at every home of such said “patriots” riding on Trump´s ticket to avoid losing their long ago enjoyed privileges…

    How you can explain that a career military man, living always from a state wage and its perpetual wars, has managed to live such a luxurious life? How he can explain not having rebeled before he is at his final years of life and wanting you to rebeal instead? Do not tell me, he was very busy amassing money to live the good life, by looking at the other side as the US got until current state…

    That is not to say that Pelosi and their minions are any different, btw…but this is not about you, the funding fathers, or democracy, for that matter, but about some elites keeping their privileges at odds with others currently grabbing power.
    Those who now have lost power, and thus privileges to grab money, simply want you to sacrify your life by facing all the power of the state on their behalf…In th end, after a bit of amyhem, both elites will reach to an agreement, while you will be buried ..or jailed for life…

    • Replies: @Abdul Alhazred
  103. GMC says:

    Ya I agree – China is the Pac man of natural resources and even though they pay for those products, { as compared to the US military/globalists/greedy neighbors in Syria, Iraq, Libya, and Afghanistan etc. } the countries that are selling , are also destroying their own habitat which will take forever to replace , not to mention what this does to society. They did it to Russia in a smaller way , when they fell down. The hardwood forests of Russia were being cut down because there was no work and the Russians need some money. China was buying. It’s a tough tough World out there – You have the US and the Axis War Mongers chasing you with a deal you can’t refuse or the Chinese Pac man trying to make a deal when your country is broke . All the Super Powers are in on it – Covid 19 shows it – too.

    • Agree: JM
  104. Mefobills says:

    Trumpstein is 100% owned by the Rothschilds and their fellow Jews (even within his own family) and they are the swamp and the so-called deep state.

    The Jews have factions. For example, the former prime minister Ehud Barak is aligned with Mossad and Epstein. Ehud is more of an international zionist jew, and hence Rothschild.

    Trump aligned himself with Likud and Chabad Lubavitchers.

    Lidkud is nationalist, to the degree that a “mechant” jew can be nationalist. Lubavitcher’s are a branch of Hasidim, which tends to be anti-zionist, anti-internationalist.

    It’s highly doubtful that Trump had any decent advisors, save Navarro. Trump probably aligned himself with certain Jewish factions out of instinct, and without thought.

    Trump thought that he was CEO of a company, and that once he issues any edicts his “employees” would do his bidding.

    Government is not a company, it is to be above companies. Government employees sand-bagged Trump, did they not? Elon Musk has the same brain failure as Trump.

    Government is not the ultimate corporation, that is total B.S., and Trump’s downfall.

    Trump never built alternate structures. He was advised early on by Robert David Steele exactly what to do. Build an open source intelligence to counter the deep state intelligence community. To then create a Trump Channel to bypass the press. Create his own tweet operation using PolMo. Move the press out of the White House to diminish them. Use expert advisors to talk to the press instead of Trump.

    And so on. Trump was not equipped to take on the deep state. What he did do, is red-pill millions of people around the world, which is quite the achievement. The U.S. deep state no longer has legitimacy. But again, he was given good advice, and he ignored it, thinking he was “the man.”

    The next leader has to build alternate pillars, or government structures. The deep state is now attacking the last pillar, free communication as guaranteed by the first amendment.

    How much longer till UNZ is banned?

    • Replies: @noname27
    , @Anonymous
  105. JamesinNM says:

    Trump won decisively, ahead in 49 of the 50 states when the deep state stopped counting votes and took over the election with counterfeit ballots, voting machine manipulation, voting dead people, and the list goes on and on. It is not over by a long way MF.

    • Replies: @JamesinNM
  106. Georgia says:

    There are no real ones as it never happened– bit tired of the lying and projecting by creeps who just can’t wait for the NWO Agenda thinking it will be great for them…it won’t

  107. JamesinNM says:

    The question whose answer reveals the condition of one’s soul is: “Does the truth matter or is any action justified to get the out come you desire?” Life is a mere breath, but eternity is forever. You can dim the light of truth with a shade or hide it with a cover, but it cannot be extinguished. At the final judgement the truth will be shouted from the rooftops, and all evil will suffer the second death and burn for eternity. In this infinitesimally short life everyone has the freedom to choose between Jesus and Satan. Choose Jesus, confess and repent.

  108. Rogue says:
    @Ron T

    Well, there’s conspiracy theories – and then there’s conspiracy theories.

    Some are bonkers, and some are at least worth looking at.

    But to say “well, methinks this is nought but a conspiracy theory, so just shan’t entertain it at all” is simply to adopt a see-no-evil, hear-no-evil stance – in the hope that whatever officialdom or the MSM tell you, is the truth.

    You’re clearly ideal voting fodder.

  109. Georgia says:
    @Ron T

    Seems you weren’t here for the last 4 years of phony “Russia Collision” coup/bs from the Clintons/Brennan et al and all the rest — you missed that somehow or your all in on the CNN/CIA version of history…– no one here much goes with your version as the morons tend to do — over at the Huffington Post and the like — and not here where people have some clue as to how things work and what is going on — your willfully ignorant or a liar

  110. nickels says:
    @Nick Kollerstrom

    MAGA did this. And good for them.
    If Antifa helped put some testicles on maga, then good for them.
    Hopefully the antifa will realize MAGA is much more powerful and fun to fight with.

    Sick of stupid cuckservatives thinking they will ever survive using dumb antiquidated things like politidcs and faux moral superiority.

    He wins who cracks the most skulls.

    MAGA is badass:

  111. schrub says:

    Neither the article here or any of the comments accompanying it mention the main culprits in our slowly approaching demise .

    The first of these is the group The Anti Defamation League which has directed the doxing of Trump supporters ever since Trump first came into office. It is now now directing the doxing of the Trump rally attendees. If the doxing doesn’t work it can use its in defacto approved terrorist wings Antifa and the newly reborn Jewish Defense League (JDL). to physically terrorize those that the ADL particularly doesn’t like. (The JDL, clad in their distinctive yellow, tee shirts, was seen (while conveniently being able to work within police lines) directing the black clad members of Antifa at the Charlottesville, Virginia rally debacle a few years ago).

    US Congressman Darrel Issa in particular should be concerned about this rebirth of the JDL since it once tired to blow him up.

    The other person is Larry Fink, the head of the immensely powerful investment corporation called Blackrock, Fink in particular used his very powerful position absolutely terrorize previously apolitical American corporations into supporting groups like Black Lives Matter and, at the same time. warning these corporations to be wary of financially supporting “unapproved” political candidates.

    You will quickly notice after just a little research that Fink, curiously, doesn’t mention (and apparently has never mentioned) that increased racial diversity is needed in Israel where Blackrock has substantial investments. Diversity, after all, is only required of the goyim.

    • Replies: @Fatima Manoubia
  112. utu says:
    @Fatima Manoubia

    A more adequate term than proletariat is precariat that describes better the situation of wage workers in the neo-liberal system of the 21st century.
    The hallmark of the precariat class is the condition of lack of job security, including intermittent employment or underemployment and the resultant precarious existence. The emergence of this class has been ascribed to the entrenchment of neoliberal capitalism.

    Uberization of economy is a big part of it. The indoctrination with the libertarian delusion is a necessary condition for people putting up with their situation. The libertarian indoctrination makes people unable to connect the dots and attain social consciousness to be able to formulate necessary moral arguments against their situation. Libertarianism strips people off from the ability to forward a moral complaints on their own behalf. That’s why they were an easy prey to the Qanon psy-op which raised their phony moral outrage on the behalf of those children allegedly abused by the elite of satanic pedophiles, while diverting them from ever thinking that the elite is defined by what they have in their bank accounts and how they get the money and not by the secret torture dungeons under a pizza parlor. This is exactly the purpose of libertarianism. To make you blind and to give the permission for the elite to be rich at your expense.

    • Agree: Mefobills
    • Replies: @Fatima Manoubia
  113. Michael L says:
    @Ron T

    “murdered a police officer”: you are simply repeating the lies of the media, contradicted by the family of the police officer who asks that his death should not be exploited for political purposes. But a lie even repeated by CNN, CNBC and Foxnews is still a lie, and to repeat that lie makes you a liar.

  114. Wyatt says:
    @Chris in Cackalacky

    Building a skyscraper is not a sign of ruthlessness or cunning. Trump wasn’t willing to use guns when it was more than justified. He should have sent out the National Guard during the BLM riots with shoot to kill orders, arrested negligent Democrats and had doorkickers ready to go on Election Day with forensic analysts in tow. He had plenty of times to use force to serve the American public, but he didn’t. He could have justified all of this by declassifying documents that show the lies that fucked up the country, how Congressmen were compromised by Epstein and Mossad. But he didn’t.

    While he is to be admired for refusing to engage in open warfare against the dark folk of the Middle East for the benefit of Israel, the man has doomed any hope of a clean and swift return to any semblance of decency in America. All that’s left is civil war or the final grinding out of heritage Americans for the benefit of everyone else.

    • Replies: @Chris in Cackalacky
  115. @Chris in Cackalacky

    Shamir is so right. And so are you to point that out. The Capitol is a great place. Superb architecture, inspiring paintings, beautiful appointments, plenty of priceless history waiting to be rewritten. Its doors should have been sealed to barr both angry deplorables and agents provocateurs. Only MSM should have been in their communing with the esteemed members.

    Unfortunately the sacred place is hopelessly infested. Only the professional experts and experienced teams from Biloxi Vector Control, Inc., should have been allowed to enter. After a thorough fumigation they could even have been sent across the street to continue their work at the U.S. Supine Court. Our problem mostly solved in one afternoon.

  116. The guy who wound up filming the murder was a Black Lives Matter agitator.

    Anyway, the hysteria of the response is interesting. As I and others have been pointing out, the Left has been invading State Capitols for decades now.

    The Right does it — and freak out! Arrest all the participants! Ban them from social media! Make it illegal for them to fly! We need an internal passport system!

    …okay, I made that last one up. That ‘no flying’ suggestion was real, though.

    Think maybe it dawned on the vermin that anytime we decide we want power, we can just take it? The whole carnival can just be summarily declared over.

    Hence the desperate importance of social media. Freedom of speech has to be blocked at all costs.

  117. Uncle Jon says:
    @Ron T

    This so-called coup was a carefully orchestrated trap with full cooperation of Republicans and Democrats alike, at least at the leadership level. Democrats for obvious reasons and Republicans because they are just sick and tired of Trump and terrified of being primaried by a nutcase, among other reasons.

    The only issue is that Trump and your fellow brethren were stupid enough to fall into this trap. And that serious stupidity and lack of judgement should have consequences.

    I am frightened at the prospect of this democratic administration, and yet I can’t hide my pleasure and smile at seeing this buffoon leaving the WH. Nothing but a con man who has no regard for anyone, not even his supporters who are tupid enough to have bought this snake oil for the past 4 years.

    Therefore, you and the rest of them deserve to get what’s coming to you. And the Republican Party needs to implode and start over, since Trump is finished. The deep state will make sure of that, at any cost.

    • Replies: @Lucy Lipinska
  118. @Nick Kollerstrom

    These accomodated people are there to misslead the masses, by tlaking to them in suhc a preacher tone, as if they were good honest people, since they lie by saying “the communists have taken over the government and thus their hcildren will be come slaves”…

    I will translate: what this comfortable living men want to mean is that they fear their privileged children will join the already long ago impoverished masses of workers, if their party, wich they work for and beneffit from, even by asking you for funding for their media, lose power…

    Where are the communist to be seen in any palce of the US government, former and current?

    What he dones not do is pointing out at the truth, that a fascist corporatocracy, where everybody will be leveled at the lowest level of income on behalf of the 1% richest so that to keep their rate of proffit ( as it is always the case when fascism arrives…) And that to achieve that, these privileged men will be robbed of everything they have managed to accumulate through the governemnts who beneffoted their segment of people between 100.000 and 1 million $ income, as the privileged Trumpster talking above clearly shows…people who, i nspite of being already rich, exepct being protected by the governmetn by saving taxes at whatever price it could be, only to the beneffit of their upper middle class, even if that means leaving other less fortunate workers unprotected…. This is why they all voted for a crazy person like Trump, on greed grounds, and the liberal Ayn Rand philosophy of every man for himself…These are the destoyers of nations and societies, as willing collaboratrors of the corporate world.

    What these men fail to make you aware of is that way before the Democrats even started to retake power, there were huge masses of already slavized workers at corporate factories in the US… ( like those in Amazon, a coropration they see with good and greedy eyes when it comes to their cities to plant a new warehouse, as that will increase their properties value, as braggantly confessed by another Pentagon privileged jerifalte owning a Trumpist blog ove there… )…of whom they never worried about from their fenced privileged neighborhoods of “white only” US Americans ( Armed Forces, white collar, liberal professionals…) and who they are now using as cannon fodder to keep their privileges.

    You will never find these kind at the front line of any popular revolt, the least a revolution, they remain always behind, in the side lines, filming… to then continue manipulating the masses of impoverished on their behalf…Those used as cannon fodder are always others whom they have convinced “the communist are coming”…that ogre instilled from childhood in US Americans´ minds since the end of WWII, so that they forget the origins of their strenght and of what caused that the elites ceded on what was the only time of wide spread welfare state they enjoyed as workers and keep supporting and dying for their own executioners…and their minions at lower levels.. like these propagandists..

  119. I can tell you weren’t there.

  120. @Ron T

    Conspiracies exist. Correctly identifying them is the problem.
    I’ve worked political campaigns, and am acquainted with a pollster that does work for a political party.

    A landslide victory was stolen in a grand conspiracy from a president with 42% approval ratings and which all polls had predicted would lose, including swing state polls

    Public polls are total bullshit. They are easily manipulated by asking a series of questions, that link two issues, one popular, but require only one answer. For example “Do you support lower taxes and candidate X” I may detest candidate X but support lower taxes. Most people take the bait and and answer “yes”, but every year more people are figuring it out. Another way is to have a national or regional poll with oversampling from known large support areas. That is why political parties do their own polling that is never released to the public. Attendance at rallies is a better “public” poll. People attending, whether supporting or protesting, are committed voters. Rallies. like polls, are used to create a bandwagon effect. Trump rallies – frequent with 10,000 attending vs Biden rallies – infrequent with 10 attending. That doesn’t address the quality of the candidate, only the support.
    There was no fraud, in Pennsylvania.
    No problems in Georgia either.
    Forget Michigan, she’s lying. Vindman was a true whisleblower.

    They were in fact not even Trump supporters but antifa in disguise. And they were let in by Biden.

    The photo putting an Antifa thug in the hallway was faked.
    The guy filming the police escorted buses is fake.
    Nothing to see here:
    I haven’t heard anyone say that “Biden” let them in.

    Vice President had previously unknown powers, granted to him by the constitution, to toss out election results if he didn’t like them.

    There is a difference between “unknown” and “unused”.
    The Executive Branches that unilaterally changed the rules set down by the Legislative Branches, and those changes being supported by Judicial Branches is an example of “unknown powers granted by the constitution”.

    All these people are conspiring to lie for Trump, but no one is helping Biden. Of course people voted for a senile geezer who was 4th in primary popularity, and his oh-so-popular running mate that had to drop out before the primaries started. On the other hand:

    • Replies: @Ron T
    , @Corvinus
  121. noname27 says: • Website

    Don’t be deceived by Jewish window dressing – the Jews were always a nation before 1948. They are a united ethnic tribe with many opinions, but always united – the blood always counts as paramount.

    Trump received his instructions when he had his audience with Kissinger before he even entered the White House.

    The Jew fix was always in and that he was only ever going to be a one term president, hence he’s been ordered to roll over without a fight. All those around him, including Pence, have had their instructions and have deserted the sinking Trump ship to make sure he doesn’t rebel and attempt to make a stand.

    As for the US Inc. that’s registered in Puerto Rico and will not be affected by a new CEO namely the Stalinist Comrade Biden.

    • LOL: Mefobills
  122. @utu

    Well, right, you obviously are more elocuent and have a widest dominion of English laguange than I do ( and probably type with more care…)

    Precariado is how is also called this new poor workinf class in Spain, I did not know the same term could be used in English…

    Notice that these confussed masses do not even notice that the basis of the “American Dream”, i .e. being able to go up the social ladder, which constitutes also the basis of Amercian social contract stablished after WWII, has been wiped out form their life term panorama and that of their children, and on whose fake promises of it being returned Trump winned the election.

    They even do not notice that by following the fake Hamelin Piper Trump is, they are doing the dirty job of the elites by bringing in an authocratic fascist state for when the skies are falling on them, that will be any time during the next decade or so…when almost of known jobs except those of highly especialized IT will dissapear with no alternative on the horizon…
    The other day I watched how a robot was fully reforming a home…even carpenters will lose their jobs…

    The elites have no alternative system ,and they are way too busy thinking of how to increase their already about to burst money bags, what they have just managed to thought of is bringing in a fascist state to be able to contain the masses´ rage…no more…

    China is fought with such ardent mood because that of them, almost completely erradicating poverty from a population of hundreds of millions, is, while still being a capitalist system, the only mirror in whihc the ruined working masses could fix their sights…China acts today as the former USSR, as the only lighthouse brighting in the horizon ( again in the East…), and thus, even when not perfect, should be first demonized and then destroyed…

  123. @The High Llama

    Well, Ashli Babbitt was not a criminal, Mr. Trump. She was a Patriot disgusted and angry with a government determined to ignore the will of the people. She died for this country

    The words patriot and hero are used so often these days, they have lost meaning.
    Do you know Ashli Babbitt personally?
    While I have seen video of her lying on the floor, I have not seen one of her dead. There were lots of crisis actors “bleeding” after the Boston Marathon “bombing” as well.
    Do you not find it odd that known “Antifa” thug Sullivan was in the hallway with Ashli Babbit, and is said to have been standing beside her?
    Do you not find it odd that police directed “protesters” inside the building?

    What we “know” is very little, actually.

    • Replies: @Peripatetic Itch
  124. @goldgettin

    According to you,The President of these United States is “so naive”?

    Paul Craig Roberts is of the same opinion, he just expresses it differently. He has been consistent in pointing out that Trump does not understand how things in Washington really work, as opposed to how they are supposed to work.
    If you were CEO of a company and gave a directive, would you be naive if you expected it to be carried out, rather than having it delayed and manipulated by underlings? That is Trump’s reference point, his reality. It is not the reality of Washington, DC.

    • Agree: Mefobills
    • LOL: Larchmonter420
    • Replies: @Larchmonter420
  125. @schrub

    You just hit the blanc, except for Trump place in this game, as he made a huge trasvase of money to Blackrock just in the first times of the pandemic…before there is no more money to catch…

    Blackrock is currently holding a major share at any Europen country major corporations and banks, thus, it highly likely designs who can govern there…

    Also, they are, curiously major shareholders at Pfizer….

    Trump is not but its serf…

    Go preparing for when Blackrock owns the food market and corporations, and now even the water markets, and all will be digital…Any dissenter will be starved and drowned to death while disconnected from the real life world in just a typing…Has Trump warned you of these real dangers? No, he, and hism inions only claim “the communists are coming”, when there is no communist currenlty at power in the whole world…

    Blackrock is the new mafiosi like international monetary fund…

    Did you know that the Argentinian government was asked for rights on their glaciers and rights on fishing as guarantee for being provided with Pfizer vaccines, which allegedly will save us all and our economies?

  126. I well remember my friends and relatives, many years ago arguing constantly about how conservatives and the Republican party would usher in tyranny, communism, etc. into the U.S. I also remember telling them that I don’t believe it and will never believe it. Communism, censorship and all of the rest I kept saying, would be accomplished by the left, democrat party. I really did not believe I was being profound or prescient, I simply kept telling my friends and relatives to stop being light hearted about politics and open their eyes to see where the communist ideas are coming from and who is pushing them. Now, it has arrived, and yet, so many Americans are still in denial.

    • Agree: By-tor
    • Replies: @Harold Smith
  127. IAgree says:
    @Ron T

    The problem with “anyone with controversial views can publish here” is that intelligent people value their time and will only waste it for so long. So, sooner or later they will drift away; and you will be left only with a peculiar readership.

    • Agree: Incitatus, Ron T
    • Replies: @Wielgus
  128. Johan says:

    “The deck was stacked against President Trump from Day One. His orders were ignored. The US courts, judges, police, the whole system of law enforcement was against him; his orders were blocked or overturned, while the media made fun of him and the opposition relentlessly delegitimised him. He was blocked even by Fox News. Dem-run states adjusted their laws to assure the elections’ result. Trump was a lame duck from the very beginning of his presidency to its bitter end. He was kept on a short leash by the almighty Deep State, and when he tried to free himself, they pulled the leash.”

    Democracy, like Oscar Wilde wrote, is ‘the bludgeoning of the people, by the people, for the people’. This war of the people against the people gradually becomes more violent, as all are out on power, and ultimately each individual thinks he knows best how to govern. I don’t mean just physical violence, but psychological violence. The masters of control, or whatever name you want to assign to them know this.
    The situation of the last four years has been embarrassing, it is something of a snake-pit combined with packs of hyenas, foxes and wolves, they seem insatiable, driven by blind hunger and rage.

    • Agree: Peripatetic Itch
  129. @Curmudgeon

    That is Trump’s reference point, his reality. It is not the reality of Washington, DC.

    Do you honestly believe this bullsh*t of yours!

    • Replies: @Curmudgeon
  130. A Talmudic dialectic.

    Shabbos goys and crypto Jews on all sides.

    Illusions and smoke and mirrors.

  131. @Georgia

    First, give me a damn who financed Lenin, I already stated they were even the German governmet fighting to defeat Russia, who helped him…

    In case Wall Street would had financed Lenin as well, so what? They were believing they could defeat Russia more easily, which then they discovered it would not be the case, but a whole socialist empire would be built in front of their ugly capitalist faces instead…

    Using your foes´money to achieve the victory of your revolution is what i would describe a match point….
    Has Putin not used the Harvard University funds to rebuilt Russia as capitalist nation state? Whatever his real intentions really are…
    Thus, the important is not who funds you, but the final outcome of your fight…

    Anyway, we can not take certain author ´s word as that of God, as we already have discoveed that, for example, Orwel,l was an MI6 agent infiltrated amongst Spanish republican side to make list of communists who then were extended to Franco by the Foreign Office to get rid of them… As well, Conquest, the one of the promoters of the hoax of the hundreds of millions of Stalin gulag victims ( along with Solzhenitsyn…. ), was a self-confessed MI6 agent…
    If the same Britons were denouncing and selling Spanish honest working people who were robbed their socialist Republic by a fascist coup and did not want to live under fascist regime, why would we were going to believe they cared a bit for the Soviet people who, even in the last hard times, always supported their socialist state, earned through the hard times of revolution and the huge human and material loses of WWII?

    We must take all what was written to fight communism with a huge grain of salt , as the vested interests of international finance, in which they are included Jewish financist and bankers, so widely have proved manipulating all of this through these decades…

    It is only the far-right, i .e. Trump supporters, who spread all these nonsense in the internet which acts against workers interests. no wonder you are almost all ( except a bunch of good working people who are being totally fooled for nothing…) upper middle class, those who have always supported fascism any time in history…

    • Replies: @RedpilledAF
  132. @Wyatt

    I suspect Trump may yet play that option before Jan. 20.

  133. Johan says:

    “Don’t dare call them protesters. They were a riotous mob, insurrectionists, domestic terrorists.””

    Democracy came into being by means of demagogy, violence and populism, rioting mobs… Once in control, they started to denounce physical violence, they tamed the people into petted animals. For that reason they are always quick to praise non violent protests, praising the petted animals. Democracy being populism in itself, they started to call the groups which they don’t want populists. If there is a little bit of violence in the protests, provoked or non provoked, by the protesters themselves, or those who are invited to disturb the protests, they can use it to denounce them, they even professionalized the deliberate disturbance of protests. So those who hold power, those who obtained power are now denouncing the means, they are actually denouncing the only means which the blind mobs ever had, and the only thing which they are good for at times, when there is some reason behind their fury.

    Theoretically the US is a republic of course, but factually a democracy governed by oligarchy.

    Anyway, now they started to call them terrorists…

  134. JM says:
    @Chris in Cackalacky

    I ssssssssppppit in YOUR face,,,lol


    Some truly awful information here…..heartbreaking and blackpilling…..and no doubt accurate.

  136. Funny, how the article should be titled, “Trumps Last Stand,” when there was an estimated one million Americans who should up at one of his last rallies. This is how the controlled media connected with the democratic party has been characterizing the whole grass roots Trump administration as for the last four years, to wit, something that only involves Trump.

    • Agree: Peripatetic Itch
  137. Patricus says:

    As a visitor to the Capitol I can tell you beyond reasonable doubt that the deplorables are not abandoning Trump. Every person I met was convinced the election was stolen. These were overwhelmingly married couples, from the hinterlands, middle aged and older. They were mostly polite Midwesterners. There were no weapons, looting, broken windows or fires. There was no trash on the streets. Some chanted “USA” or “Stop the steal”. There were no angry words. I left a few minutes before the excitement at the Capitol building. I’m pretty sure there was no organized “insurrection”. Nothing was evidently organized.

    There were a few Antifa visitors although I have no reason to believe these were significant numbers. I was told Antifa broadsheets were posted in and around the Capitol building. I was sent a photo of one of these. Some of the window breakers could have been Antifa actors. People with Hammer and sickle tattoos do not seem likely Trump supporters but we can’t know at this time whether or not seditious deplorables dressed up like Antifa (or if Antifa purchased MAGA hats).

    The claims that Trump and associates incited violence are not credible. People have the right to assemble and protest. It struck me how difficult it is to know what actually happened. I was nearby but not in the building. Media accounts are all over the place. We might never have an accurate picture of real events.

    • Replies: @Fatima Manoubia
  138. @Skeptikal

    In have found some Syrian girl comments to make sense in the past, but this one started out with a whopper, the mention of “for a hundred years” in connection with Antifa. Antifa has not been around for a hundred years.

    Antifa has been around at least since before WWII. So if indeed not technically >100 years, the statement is closer than not. So win for Syrian girl.

  139. Ace says:

    Jeebus. Again with the “for-profit” prisons. Up there in perfidiousness with the “for-profit” defense contractors, motor maintenance contractors, road repair contractors, and agency cafeteria and janitorial contractors.

    “For-profit” prisons take what the courts send them until court-imposed sentences are completed. This is designed to move prison services into the hands of supposedly more efficient private sector types motivated to achieve levels of efficiency supposedly not likely when prisons are run by the state.

    If it bothers you that prison management contracts result in, gasp, profits for the contractors your beef is with the municipalities, counties, and states who are the source of prison populations and whose calculation of relative cost efficiency led them to abandon government operation of prisons. Hint: the idea is that per prisoner costs and profit for the contractor < cost of government operation.

    You read it here first.

    • Replies: @Mefobills
  140. Who are the Democrat soldiers??? The military? the Police?

    NO! Jack Dorsey, Mark Zuckerberg, Big Tech and the MSM had the balls to de-platform the president of the United Sates before his term was even over. These are the soldiers for the Left.

    How are these CEOs and their security detail not living in fear? They’re literally cocky right now. That’s HOW FAR the deplorables are away from a revolution.

    Not with a bang, but a whimper.

    • Replies: @Fatima Manoubia
  141. @Fatima Manoubia

    What a good example of mental retardation you have given us. Thank you.

    Of course Jewish and Shabbos goy support of all sides in conflicts and funding revolution is no big deal. You are a very sharp individual.

    I wonder if you are sayanim/hasbara or just a good goy repeating what you heard in a YouTube video made by some leftist. Again, thank you.

    • Agree: Lucy Lipinska
  142. That was quite a good summation of the Trump years, Mr. Shamir. Depressing in so many ways, but also pretty accurate in my opinion. Thank you.

  143. @Larchmonter420

    Are you suggesting Donald “you’re fired” Trump doesn’t expect directives to be carried out?
    Get involved with a political party and work a couple of campaigns, You’ll find out in a hurry that most things about government are an illusion. I spent over 30 years dealing with government departments. The politicians who think they are in charge, rarely are.

    • Agree: Lucy Lipinska
  144. Anonymous[158] • Disclaimer says:

    YOU MISSED the most crucial key factor…WE THE PEOPLE lost this was the LAST STAND for Constitutional Democracy in AMERICA…WE (the goyim) all go back to our alienated existance our political debates will be limited to COMIC like circus of DEM vrs GOP…the biggest dissent will be about ratings …our daily discourse will be about the latest episode of Netflix, Hulu series…sleeping mass of non thinking “citizens”…inhuman goys…go back to your drugs, sex, rockandroll, tv, porno etc. …turn in/turn off..bye

  145. @follyofwar

    Shamir is a liar, as Norman Finkelstein says, bc he doesn’t care whether his “facts” are true or not as long as they make a good story. He’s like any real Jew. Zarathustra is also a Jew and a liar, will also make things up in the interests of good story-telling.

    Shamir’s articles always start out strong, but by the middle degenerate into make believe mixed with reality, with the goal, it seems, of developing a strong closing. To you, follyofwar, if you don’t know the truth yourself, you can fall for a conman like Shamir. Please educate yourself a little by checking out my ‘discovery’ of Israel Shamir’s dishonesty here:
    You will see from this that Shamir says whatever comes to mind. It’s like he can’t be bothered to look up the details he might have forgotten.

    • Agree: tolstoy, Lucy Lipinska
    • Thanks: Sue Dunham, HeebHunter
    • Troll: FB
    • Replies: @ingotus
    , @Johan
  146. Mefobills says:

    Hint: the idea is that per prisoner costs and profit for the contractor < cost of government operation.

    You read it here first.

    In Texas, prior to 1960, the cost per prisoner was ZERO. In fact, the prison system made money by growing food for the public school system. It also made license plates, lowering costs to taxpayers and giving prisoners a skill.

    The prison system also used trustees as labor, and said trustees were an intelligence gathering operation. The trustees would then get their sentences reduced for their good behavior.

    You read it here first.

    For profit prisons are not the lowest price solution. You are probably a Lolbertarian who believes in free market BS. Having a bunch of negroes forming gangs and deploying their labor to bugger the others, is not a good way to use labor. The taxpayer is milked to pay for inefficiency and overhead of the for profit prison system.

    Worse, there are perverse incentives to fill up the prisons, to then milk the taxpayer even more.

    Approx. 50K per year per prisoner, as opposed to Zero dollars? Lol bertarians are good for LoL’s

    • Agree: utu, Biff, MrVoid
    • Replies: @Biff
  147. Many days ahead of us in 2021 but I’m already nominating this for best piece of the year. God bless you, Mr. Shamir.

    Shamir reminds us again that in order to be an exceptional writer, one must also be a brilliant thinker. He is both.

    PS- Shamir’s link to this article is also quite interesting. And revealing.
    In case you missed it:

  148. anonymous[144] • Disclaimer says:
    @Fatima Manoubia

    Lenin, as head of the Communist Party received the party dues in exile. He had an income of several hundred thousand dollars a year. Some of that went for party activities, but there was plenty left over for him so that he ate in the best restaurants (as did Trotsky), had a French mistress, and went to the best spas, like Baden Baden. Go to the Closerie de Lilas in Paris ( if you can afford it ) and see the Lenin plaque on the table.

  149. @Authenticjazzman

    Lol, keep barking, you low IQ coon. Did your “German wife” catch you and beat your ass again?

  150. @Hillary's Fish Taco

    Beware which left´s soldiers you are talking about…You mean the soldiers of the elite opposing the GOP, which is not exactly the same.

    Real leftists were being banned from Twitter many years before we even started to hear about Trump, anyway, to see if this banning of his is not only for two weeks…

    Some of those real leftists I usually follow already had to start a bunch of sucessive accounts under different names to be able to post their real leftist stuff….like interesting threads including facts about the usual anti-communists hoaxes and denouncing of nazi coups like that of the Ukraine ( which, btw, neither Trump, nor his followers for that matter, have ever denounced as such..)

    Anyway, The Donald junior has not yet been banned from Twitter…and rumor has he is the next darling of the GOP, as the hawks in that right wing party noticed he mimeticize better with the working masses, even by sometimes wearing their practical unclassy clothes…as that is the new fishing field for votes recently discovered by an already dying ( as representatives of a diminishing minority in income and values ), Republican Party , in a coming world of increasing mass working class impoverishment and following unrest…

    How in the Earth would had The Donald junior been so exhultant from the operations room accompanied by all those grey haired elders?

  151. @Dumbo

    D.N.I. (“Dumbo Nailed It”) again.

  152. geokat62 says:

  153. @Patricus

    A more or less accurate picture has showed those at the vanguard, those who first entered the Capitol and occupied offices like that of Pelosi leaving there menacing messages, were all leaders of far-right white supremacist and neonazi formations with known records on organizing previous violent events where nazis and white supremacists ( which is the same…) participated, as that in Charlottesville.
    These do not need any antifa to come along with them to cause mayhem. The same veteran patriot who allegedly died had a good record by herself and is seen shouting as a crazy before she was shot just outside the doors of Senate…

    Also a bunch of wannabe future county officials in what they deemed through this action a coming Trump administration showed up and have been already identified as upstarters…

    Of course, may well be that the majority were elder couples ( I would say accomodated, upper middle class…) from the midwest, but to pretend that they are innocent souls after having rised to power, and still trying to get him by force through a lost election, such big mouth megalomaniac narcissist misogynist like Trump, I do not swallow…

    Those are not peaceful people, and are guilty of bringing in such scourge on humanity again, as they were those who rised Hitler to power.

    • Thanks: FB
  154. In the end, it doesn’t matter what the Domestic Tyrannists do. Their idiot tyranny can’t last long.

    Yes, that’s what they are, Domestic TYRANNISTS(who call us ‘domestic terrorists’). And they are total hypocrites who encouraged and tolerated massive violence in the summer. US embassies even hung BLM symbols just when Antifa and BLM were attacking innocent Americans and burning down entire cities. Elite loyalty is to Jewish Globalism, not American Nationalism. The summer violence was approved because it was really aimed to discredit Trump’s America. It was a deep state insurgency against Trump.

    Hypocrites + Democrats = Hypocrats, which is what they should be called.

    When innocent Americans were attacked all across the US, the FBI did nothing. City mayors let Antifa back onto the streets without prosecution. BLM and black looters were left alone. And then, super capitalists donated billions to that hateful group.

    So, they are now preaching to us about law and order? What chutzpah. What arrogance.

    No matter how many arrests are made and censorship happens, the patriots have the trump card. Declare 1/6 as populist holiday and CELEBRATE IT EVERY YEAR IN DC and in State Capitals. Picnic and BBQ on Deep State Demolition Day. What are they gonna do when millions of patriots celebrate 1/6 every year as when the people gave the middle finger to the parliament of whores take certified a whacky election? Is the FBI gonna round up millions of revelers?

    Also, violence is part of politics. After all, the deep state used violence in Ukraine coup and in spreading terror in Syria. And they used BLM and Antifa terror against the American People last summer. Jews and progs said Trump is Nazi and the police are part of ‘systemic racism’, and so politicians and judges should allow the people to riot and loot. Hardly anyone got arrested for vandalism, looting, mayhem, murder. These people have blood and tons of property damage on their hands.

    Well, from our side, violence should be off the table IF there is rule of law and a functioning democracy where elections are fair. But when rule of law has been utterly corrupted, the deep state cheats, and we have fake elections, are people to remain peaceful and just take it? Are we free men or slaves?

    People should embrace peace and order AS LONG AS there is real Rule of Law and democracy works by means fair than foul. But, when the Power says black thugs and Antifa scum can riot and loot but face no justice while those protesting a fake election must be mass-arrested and jailed for life, does it make sense to insist that we must remain peaceful no matter what? With such mentality, there would have been no American Revolution or Labor Movements.

    Democracy is not premised on unconditional peace at all times. It’s premised on the understanding that politics, as a struggle for power, is inherently violent, and therefore, to curtail the violence, people should be provided with a civil means to debate and vote based on fair rules that apply to all. Once that contract breaks down(and the deep state broke it), it’s politics-as-usual, which is war.

    In a way, democracy is war by other means, preferably peaceful means in accordance to laws. But under Jewish Supremacist control of the US, the Bill of Rights from 1 to 10 has essentially become “Is it good for the Jews?”, which means Jews get to play loose with rules to ensure they always get what they want by any means necessary. What proud people can peacefully accept such a sham democracy, a demoquackery?

    Those who corrupt the Rule of Law as the basis for democracy have no right to bitch about violence, especially when they funded and supported violence of BLM and Antifa against peaceful Trump supporters.

    Democracy is an agreement by all sides to use peace than violence on condition that all sides play by the rules. Jews and globalists clearly violated all these rules, and so, American patriots should reject the notion that they must ALWAYS choose violence.

    And F*** the police. Even when Antifa and BLM were attacking them while patriots were supporting the Blue, the cops treated the anti-American scum with kid gloves while clamping down hard on the patriots. They are men who protect and serve the people. They are mercenaries of the corrupt elites. I say defund the blue and people should arm themselves and protect themselves.

    • Agree: Robert Dolan
    • Thanks: Lucy Lipinska
  155. Art says:

    DC is forever lost.

    Trump has done irreparable harm to America. It is Trump’s nasty eye-for-an-eye personality, that elected those two Dem senators in Georgia (both are anti-Western commies, a Jew and a black).

    It is the Trump personality that has buried all hope of a rational traditional Western Christian government taking hold in DC. An irreversible leftward lurch is locked in – period.

    For those of us with traditional Western Christian values, our only avenue to political power is through retaking local politics. We have to make a concerted effort to politically retake our local governments, city, county, and schoolboards.

  156. Getaclue says:

    All you say is true — and also for those always screaming “RAYCISSSSSSSS” — the Chinese, not YT, seem to be the real thing in that category….

  157. anon[139] • Disclaimer says:

    I agree with chris in cackalacky totally. Trump was a terrific president relatively. Trump tried to be a real president for the american people. he is actually alive despite that. well done!

  158. Ron T says:

    I love this conspiracy theory about the Democrats letting in the antifa disguised as a Trump mob. Looking forward to your next conspiracy theory, Mr. Shamir! In fact, we can do a conspiracy theory contest here on Unz. No need to investigate or provide any facts or logic, Occam’s razor has been retired and the limit is one’s imagination.

    Let me start: George Soros funded the march on the Capitol and was seen in the crowd disguised as a horn wearing tattooed shaman. The few black people in the crowd were antifas dressed to look like MAGA hat wearing white supremacists. Hugo Chavez sent his blessing from the grave (in fact he is still alive but that’s another story altogether) and Dominion voting machines were found in the Capitol’s basement.

    Not the best conspiracy but the most believable one I could whip up in 2 minutes. Anyone wants to top that?

    • Replies: @By-tor
  159. I’ve heard that Season 2 of My Reality TV President will be even better than the first. Apparently there were some casting issues, but those are resolved and they have a wildly entertaining cast of characters in store for us..

    • Agree: Colin Wright
  160. Sadly….violence works nicely when you are not held responsible for it and you can terrorize and intimidate innocent people the way BLM did for many months.

    But violence is less effective when you’re a white person and you sneeze or look cross-eyed at someone and they put you in jail.

    Anarcho-tyranny robs whites of any means of resistance.

    I agree that since the government has broken the social contract and no longer upholds the rule of law nor administers the law in a fair and equal manner….all bets are off.

    As white normies begin to comprehend what has been done to them, you’re going to see people snapping.

    That’s why the jewish elite has already labeled us as “domestic terrorists”…..because they are FORCING us to BECOME that. The jews have engineered the entire scenario knowing full well that if you corner an animal it is going to fight back hard.

    Then the jews can screech, “We have no idea what we did! The goyim turned on us for no reason!”

    It seems crazy to me, but what do I know? I’m just a dumb goy!

    • Agree: Colin Wright
  161. tolstoy says:

    Don’t be so depressed. You think Lenin succeeded the first time, or Hitler. The former was exiled. The latter was imprisoned.
    The next “leader” will learn from this, that there is no laws or due process in the USA, and be ruthless. Just watch. I promise you. Evil breeds evil.

  162. “Being a foreigner, I do not understand why the Americans want to keep their guns if they never use them, but that’s the way they are.”

    The day Americans use their guns, it’ll be the day foreign occupation of America will end and don’t bet on them not using their guns to defend what’s rightfully theirs!

    • Agree: GeneralRipper
  163. @Silicon Silence

    1. The Judeo-Christian right, being lately exposed as snakes and long-exposed as phony Christians, is finished.

    2. Enough right-of-center grillers have been radicalized to make denouncing the radicals politically suicidal. The knee-jerk reaction to paint radicals as feds or leftist false flaggers will only fatally fracture the movement from now on.

    Time to own it.

  164. Brewer says:

    Your use of the term “the Jews” is especially inappropriate in a comment on an excellent article written by the admirable Shamir who is, of course, Jewish.
    It is Shamir who has taught myself and many others that to tar all Jews with the same brush is both wrong and counter-productive.
    The culprit is in fact not human, it is a primitive ideology that is intrinsic in an antiquated belief system that stems from Judaism but is now, very plainly, inculcated into fundamentalist Christianity. It is an ideology that simply cannot embrace the Rule of Law, based as it is on the concept of chosen-ness, the idea that privilege attaches to those of a certain caste , tribe or religion.
    Whilst I can sympathize with the broad sentiment you express, it is counterproductive in that it provides an opportunity for accusations of bigotry that are hard to defeat.

    “If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.”. ― Sun Tzu, The Art of War.

  165. Art says:

    Jeff Bezos of Amazon has done something immoral – he has killed a free speech business. He has separated people from connecting with other people – this goes counter to America’s ethos. Google, Twitter, FB taking Parlor off their sites is not a killing matter. But AWS taking Paler totally offline is a vicious thing.

    Bezos has taken a cheap political action. He may think that this will bring him kudos – but in the long run it will show him to be a cheap opportunist.

  166. @Art

    Trump was the last gasp of decent white Americans. Deeply flawed though he is, at least he does not hate his own people, and put up an admirable fight to the very end against great odds.

    He scared the living dogshit out of the Deep State with his victory in 2016 and succeeded in exposing the entire rotten Establishment for exactly what it is.

    The installation of Senile Joe and his crime family along with the filthy whore Harris, as well as the coming crackdown on every remaining piece of traditional American life, will galvanize our people to do great things, just as out ancestors did.

    • Replies: @Sue Dunham
    , @HeebHunter
  167. By-tor says:
    @Ron T

    You must contribute to the duds delivered on the PC bi-coastal establishment ‘comedy show’ ( sic ) formerly known as ‘Saturday Night Live’.

  168. @Thomasina

    I agree it was staged, but my question is by whom? It could easily be that Trump wanted a show of support, and he got it big time, and then Antifa decided to ruin the party, but also some loyal operatives both in the police and elsewhere though it would be a good opprtunity to get something otherwise unattainable, something that will be useful in the coming week.

    There’s as reason Pelosi has gone rabid in her quest to get Trump out f power now! Now! Now! she is afraid of something. We’ll know in a week. In the meantime, buy toilet paper.

    • Replies: @Avery
  169. R2b says:
    @Silicon Silence

    SG has a good point.
    And I hope she is right about that half of the ”deplorables”, will now wake up.
    Donald J Trump betrayed his constituency in this moment.
    Really disgusting.
    And for Pence, I have no words.
    But of course, we all knew what he was from the beginning.
    A ”catholic-evangelical”!
    In post Vatican-council language, that means Pro our Elder Brethren double-up!
    Four people dead!
    One patriot, Ashli Babbitt, killed by secret service, not the police!
    That is one reward, for serving your country!
    How can these republican traitors live with themselves.
    There should be retaliation for the summer burn downs, and now, four lives.

  170. @Art

    DC is forever lost.

    It’s all about the mindset. If you think that way, it’s all over now, Baby Blue.

    But just think.

    The Tet Offensive was a huge setback for the North Vietnamese. They failed to take one city and suffered huge casualties. But they prevailed in the end.

    At one time, it seemed like USSR was over. Stalin even made a peace-offer to Hitler with Ukraine and other territories. But the Soviets held on and won in the end.

    Mao and his cohorts just barely survived the Long March. They embarked with 90,000 men, and only 5,000 survived. But they came to rule China. And after 100 yrs of humiliation, China is a great power again.

    After WWI, Germany was defeated and Hitler was in the gutter. But he came to power and Germany was a great power again(and would have remained so if not for his insane war-mongering).

    So many Jews died in WWII and Shoah, but now they rule the world.

    Jews lost their homeland when Romans crushed them. They were scattered to the wind. But after so many yrs, they took back the land.

    Now, will power and determination alone won’t guarantee victory. But those with tenacity and grit usually win out over those that don’t. A fearsome rat will kill a lazy bear that just takes it easy. In SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION, the guy does ‘gnaw’ himself out of prison.

    Of course, the problem of will is it can burn out. A people with great will can just lose it. The question is how to maintain that will even though the greatest defeats. Even in physical defeat, you maintain your tribal and spiritual will. Jews found a way through the Covenant.

    Eventually, most fires burn out. Communism seemed formidable, but the passion had gone out by the 80s. Soviet elites didn’t care to defend it, and the Soviet masses just got bored. China is communist in name only today. It is really driven by nationalism and materialism.
    White Americans were once racially proud but their racial fire burned out.

    But Jews kept the fire of their will burning on and on.

    How to keep the fire burning. That is the secret to power. You may lose in the here and now and lose today, but you can win tomorrow IF you keep the burning… because the chances are your enemies will let their fires go out. In the end, the Cold War ended not because the West invaded the East but because the communist fire just went extinct behind the Iron Curtain. The furnace went cold and dark. No fire, no will and no drive.

    Eventually, this will blow over, like all the anti-Muslim hysteria after 9/11 and anti-Jap thing after Pearl Harbor. The question is will the patriots keep the fire burning within them so that they can strike when the day comes?

    In the end, Mao and the communists won in China because, even after so many setbacks, they kept the fire burning.

    Perhaps, the problem for white Americans is they got so used to winning and being part of the ‘greatest nation on earth’ that they just learned to take things for granted. In Vietnam, they felt entitled to win whereas the Vietnamese were hellbent on winning despite the great sacrifices.

    The fact is, no matter what happens, what’s coming down is nothing compared to what befell the Whites in the Russian Civil War.

    All the patriots have to do is keep the fire burning and burning and start a new fire when the time comes.

    Jews got the radical will. Do you? Or do you just throw up your hands and admit defeat when things don’t go your way?

    One thing to learn from Trump even though he’s a piece of scum. He became president because he pushed and pushed and didn’t give in. And he almost won re-election despite everything thrown his way by Jews. He’s a sleazo but like Earl Campbell the running back. It took the entire defensive line to hold him from touchdown.

    So, even though Trump himself was a piece of scum, there is something to learn from his tenacity.

    And who needs DC? If patriots have a vision, they will build a new capitol and pay taxes to it. Do they have the vison and will? Prolly not but the victory goes to those with will and vision.

    • Replies: @Art
    , @Trickster
    , @mcohen
  171. Ty says: • Website

    Hey kike fest. The only ones who accurately covered the freedom march capitol siege to end the death knell of American democracy was SyrianGirl, Ry Dawson, and Ken O’Keefe.

    • Thanks: mark green
  172. Avery says:
    @James Speaks

    {…. she is afraid of something.}

    She is too stupid and too demented to know anything to be afraid of.
    It’s nothing more complicated than deep hatred for Trump and everything he stood for.
    Their irrational hatred is all consuming: like rabid dogs, they are foaming with rage and live to attack and bite. Truly sick people. And they will be in full control for 4 years. Probably forever from now on.

    Trump will be POTUS until January 20th, noon.
    House can vote to Impeach, but it will mean nothing.
    There will be no Senate trial.

    • Replies: @Robjil
  173. Cyrano says:

    I think that what this world really needs is a decent naming convention. Because it’s all very confusing. The individuals who “attacked” the US Capitol (that’s with a capital C – in case you didn’t know) building, are called “terrorists”, yet the middle eastern terrorists who usually do a lot more damage are called “rebels”.

    Why can’t the US “terrorists” be called rebels too?

    I know why. Because the middle-eastern “rebels” are allies of the greatest democracy in the universe – and we know from MSM (Mass smearing media) that “democracies” don’t ally themselves with terrorists. The other reason why (some) middle eastern “rebels” are not called terrorists is because they are fighting for a just cause – democracy (yeah right).

    While having rebels in the US doesn’t make sense – because once you have a democracy, there is no higher goal left – worth fighting for.

    So from that perspective it would be unjustified to call the democracy antagonists in US – “rebels”.

    On the other hand they are not really “terrorists” either. You know how I know? Because the real terrorists have terrible sense of fashion. The favorite garment of the real deal terrorists is something called suicide vest.

    This so called vest is not even designed to protect you from the elements – in fact it’s an “element” in itself – you need protection against it, and I don’t think an umbrella would do it either.

    The other negative aspect of this favorite garment of the terrorists – the suicide vest – is that it wears off so easily. In fact, I’ve heard that you can wear it only once – and then it falls apart and it’s practically unusable.

    I guess the point that I am trying to make is, that no one of the so called US “terrorists” – domestic no less – was observed to make this terrible fashion statement – wearing a suicide vest (they did commit some fashion crimes, though) – but I don’t think that this justifies calling them terrorists.

    So again, there needs to be some new naming convention in order to come up with a proper term for those US capitol anti-aficionados.

    One more thing. It seems that the main point of contention lately has been the alleged “fraudulent” election in the US. I think this is wrong. I believe that Biden won the election fair and square.

    The only omission that was made, was that the elites failed to properly explain the rules of the “election” to the wider public.

    The main point that they missed to inform the public about – is that the deep state is allowed to vote in the election too.

    And they also failed to mention that one vote from a member from the deep state is equivalent to roughly 10 million ordinary votes. So it’s clear why Trump lost. Basically, it was enough if – let’s say 10 outstanding individuals from the deep state voted for Biden – to nullify the votes of 80 million deplorables who voted for Trump.

    That’s the main problem – Trump simply didn’t receive one single vote from the deep state, and that’s why his election chances were doomed.

    How do you even campaign for deep state votes? I really don’t know. Because we are talking about extremely modest and shy individuals. I have never heard of a member of the deep state to go publicly on TV and declare – “I am a member of the deep state”.

    That’s the whole problem, they are notoriously shy and modest, and very private – so it’s very hard to campaign for their votes. And instead of campaigning, all Trump ever did was antagonize them, with stories about swamps and mosquitos and what have you.

    So, basically, what I am trying to say is, this could be a classic case of exercise in futility. Because it’s clear that Biden concentrated his efforts on winning the deep state votes – which surprisingly enough – proved that they are the only votes you need in order to win an “election”.

  174. @Skeptikal

    Creeped out is a perfect term – it certainly can’t feel good when you know you’re wrong but your pride won’t let you admit it. The creepy feeling is her body going into fight or flight mode because her reality is being undermined. Otherwise known as TDS.

  175. When nationalism was a good thing.

    Jan 6 was the American Spring. Nationalist uprising against Globalist-Imperialist regime that doesn’t represent the people but serves the Zionist Cabal.

    Just like Soviets shut down all TV stations, the Big Tech oligarchs take orders from their Jewish Masters and try to shut down patriotic voices.

    It won’t work. Jewish Power will jump the shark.

    • Replies: @nickels
    , @ivan
    , @Skeptikal
  176. Incitatus says:

    “DC is forever lost. Trump has done irreparable harm to America.”

    Take comfort Art. After the fall of Western Roman Empire 476, Europe rebuilt itself. True, it took centuries, but all well spent. Doubtless each year ‘tested community values’ all the way up to Charlemagne 800 and beyond.

    Agree with you on “Pussy-Grabber” Trump and his creepy clan.

    And yes, please serve in local politics. Nothing like being tasked to render a judgement on the appeal of a fellow citizen standing in front of you. Makes one think, don’t ya know.

    Stay well Art.

    • Troll: GeneralRipper
    • Replies: @Anonymous Jew
  177. Athena says:

    BLM and the Dem.: your SILENCE is complicity.

    Murder, violent riots, haters of the US constitution, haters of the founding fathers, haters of the US anthem, haters of the bill of rights, haters of America :

  178. Robjil says:

    The only thing she is afraid of is Israel and its friends. If the capital really had trouble that day, Israel uber alles is only thing that she and her congress critters would be thinking about. That is according to what she said in the fall of 2019.

    Pelosi appeared emphasizing the US support of Israel will not be affected, emphasizing that the US would still support and prioritize funding Israel even if the Capitol, was crumbling.

    “I have said to people when they ask me, If this Capitol crumbled to the ground, the one thing that would remain would be our commitment to our aid, I don’t even call it our aid, our cooperation with Israel. That’s fundamental to who we are.”

    • Replies: @Avery
  179. Wally says:

    “Trump is a demented, delusional moron, who has neither the cunning or skills to defeat the deep state. ”

    That must be why the left is going crazy trying to get him out and to prevent him from running again.

    I remind you that he did beat the deep state. It’s called the 2016 election.
    And it took a rigged 2020 election to beat him this time.
    Please pay attention.

    • Replies: @tolstoy
  180. Wally says:
    @Ron T

    Questions About The Chaos At The Capitol That Desperately Need To
    Be Answered
    #1 How Did Protesters Get Near The Capitol In The First Place?
    #2 Who Was Breaking The Doors And Windows At The Capitol?
    #3 Once Protesters Got Inside The Building, Why Did A Guard Lead Them Up Several Flights Of Stairs?
    #4 Who Arranged For Antifa Buses To Be Brought Into The Heart Of D.C. With An Escort?
    #5 Were Trump Supporters Responsible For Some Of The Vandalism Inside The Capitol?
    #6 Were Radical Leftists Identified Among The Protesters Inside The U.S. Capitol?

    Just as a debate about the evidence of election irregularities was about to begin in the halls of Congress, riots conveniently broke out directly in front of the U.S. Capitol.
    Members of Congress were quickly evacuated, and the millions of Americans that were watching never got to see an honest debate about the 2020 election.
    When proceedings finally resumed, the entire atmosphere had completely changed, and all of a sudden hardly anyone was interested in debating whether the election results were legitimate or not.
    So who actually benefitted?

  181. President Joe Biden King Donald Trump OR why not have even -odd series Wednesday along with Monday – Friday are Joe’s and the other days Donald’s? Or have another election ??

  182. Protogonus says: • Website

    Shamir elides and evades what really happened on 6 Jan 21. The 800,000 at the rally were infiltrated by provocateurs. They knew where to stand (at the Capitol end and not where Trump was at the Washington Monument) because the plan to march post-speech to the Capitol had been announced in advance online (that web site has disappeared!).

    Orange Man in black gloves against the cold spoke endlessly, giving the Black Squad plenty of time to get into position. When the moment came to move (end of speech), they were the first in, and there may even have been some collusion from members of the Capitol Police (according to video). The plan was to besmirch the reputation of the 800,ooo and their Man. It has worked. Simple, eh?

    Shamir links to an amazing discourse by a pseudonymous blogger named “France,” which proves to be a much deeper (though thoroughly unprincipled) view of Trump and the political/military “mistake” (attacking Iran) that he refused to make, and which actually greatly upstages and displaces Shamir’s own point:

  183. Protogonus says: • Website

    We suggest once again that this article and the longstanding, increasingly effective, truly patriotic thrust of Ron Unz and his collaborators at Unz.Com clearly justify the award of the U.S. Medal of Freedom. If Trump and his advisers possess one last honest bone in their human bodies, they will see this recommendation as something outranking even self-pardon and similarly small moves.

    • Replies: @HeebHunter
  184. Art says:
    @Priss Factor

    Thanks for the reply.

    “DC is lost forever.”

    I am not a complete pessimist, but I think that the Dems are now in total control, and that they are going to do, in an underhanded way, everything they can to keep it that way. There is zero honor for past political agreements and understandings.

    In 2016 “We the People” gave Trump the presidency and both the house and the senate – now in 2020 we have control of nothing. He must take responsibility for this.

  185. nickels says:
    @Priss Factor

    For people with the right skills and training and revolutionary mindset, removing a certain list of about 50-100 people would end all of this. Mop up would take a few years but the head of the snake is small.

  186. it’s too bad they both didn’t lose.

  187. tolstoy says:

    He did no such thing. He merely rode the populist anger. Beating the deep state required deep state actors going jail. Beating deep state required winning second term. Just saying you won and the other guy cheated, while morally satisfying in kintergarden playgrounds, counts for nothing in realpolitik, which is a blood sport. If he doesn’t know that, he is over his head. He got outwitted. My original points stand. Your apologizing for Trump does not change the facts. Because he is not up to the game, he may go to jail.

    • Agree: HeebHunter
    • Replies: @Wally
    , @gabriel
  188. @Curmudgeon

    Do you not find it odd that known “Antifa” thug Sullivan was in the hallway with Ashli Babbit

    I do find it odd, and I do agree with you about Boston, but after careful reflection I come to a quite different conclusion here. She looked pretty dead as she was being wheeled out of the Capitol and it is rather difficult to fake the tetanic hand contractions she exhibited lying on the floor. Two videos have moreover, been released showing her declaiming about the Democrat coup attempts and the stolen election. Two profanity-free videos, I might say.

    There is every indication, as well, that the gunshot was real. The pistol recoiled, there was a barrel flash, and the barrel flash was clearly seen to be in her direction. The hand that fired the pistol was wearing a suit and what looked like french cuffs, making him most likely a Secret-Service agent, who would have been there guarding Mr. Pence. The agent was ready and waiting with his gun drawn, and he very deliberately aimed and fired it. She was unarmed and making no aggressive actions as she gingerly climbed through the broken window. In short she was murdered in cold blood.

    I do agree with you that there may well have been a plot under way in that scene — just that it could not have been to murder, or stage the murder, of such a fine young lady, and by a Secret-Service agent. More likely. IMHO, it was a false-flag gone wrong. The presence of the agent with gun drawn and at the ready does suggest someone was flagged to be murdered. My guess would be Sullivan, the young black Antifa type, since he likely came with a plan of action handed down from above.

    So my guess is that Sullivan was supposed to go through the broken window first, but had second thoughts when he saw the agent lurking on the other side with the gun drawn. He looked around and asked Ashli if she would like the honor of going first. The agent was simply told to shoot the first one through. Just another white cop killing a black man, if it had gone as planned.

    • Replies: @Wally
  189. Wally says:

    So now you laughably deny that Trump won the 2016 election and that the 2020 election was rigged.

    If Trump is what you absurdly say he is then there would be no need for your beloved elitists to jump through hoops to get rid of him.

    Get out more often.

    • Agree: Peripatetic Itch
  190. Why doesn’t Ron Unz fear an expensive time defending a libel suit, or paying damages, when he publishes Israel Shamir writing

    After that, the drug dealers went around collecting postal ballots and filling them in immediately, if they were conscientious, or just filling them in at their leisure, if feeling lazy. They had a judge at their disposal, Cynthia Stephens, who single-handedly changed Michigan election laws, and then rejected Trump’s claims of fraud.

    Unless he was able to prove that the judge was at the beck and call of drug dealers he would be up for huge damages for defamation in an English or Australian court, to refer only to the common law countries I know best.. So why not in the USA?

    • Agree: Wielgus
    • Replies: @Wielgus
  191. @GeneralRipper

    He scared the living dogshit out of the Deep State with his victory in 2016

    Is that why Bill Clinton asked him to run? Is that why the MSM gave him free 24/7 coverage throughout his campaign? Is that why he looked like a confused puppy when he won, or why he did an instant 180 from saying “lock her up” to “the Clintons are good people”?

    Now in the twilight of his presidency he goes from saying “fight if you want to keep your country” to “go home, folks.” Yeah, I’m sure his former coworkers at NBC and his former political party are still terrified.

  192. Anonymous[302] • Disclaimer says:

    The shrieking about the Capitol “domestic terrorists” and “insurrectionists” does suffer from one conceptual flaw, in supposing that the dude in the buffalo hat was, what, attempting to install himself as Senate Majority Leader…? Bit of a mystery cult, this “insurrection” meme

  193. ivan says:

    Don’t get hysterical. It required the repeated defeats of the Tsarist Army at the hands of Cousin Wilhelm’s forces for the authority of the Tsar and the Duma to finally crumble. The shots have not even been fired and you want people to run like headless chickens? You have to stay on message.

    If the trumpet sound is uncertain, who will rally to battle


  194. ivan says:
    @Priss Factor

    Its like an Eternal Return. Jews simply don’t know when to stop.
    The Curse of Ahasverus seems to be the real deal.

  195. @GeneralRipper

    at least he does not hate his own people, and put up an admirable fight to the very end against great odds.

    He just threw the people he ordered to march on the Capitol under the bus and call for the Deep State to prosecute them.

    Fought till the end, pffffft

    You are a laughable stupid boomer coon. Hilarious.
    Either you support the admittedly low IQ (like you) stormers of the Capitol or you support the kike lover who spat on people who got SHOT for him.

    But you know what, keep at it. You are going to hell to play with your kike serving, commie loving grandpa forever. You are a kike slave just like it. 1945 payback bitch, no remorse, lol!

    • Replies: @ivan
  196. @Protogonus

    Nah, trumpyid would rather make Mr.Unz “pay”, like he will have the supporters he commanded to march on DC “pay” the price for not being kike loving good goyim like trunmpenstein’s entire family is.

    • Replies: @Zarathustra
  197. @Protogonus

    That is some serious mental gymnastic. What prevented the orange boomercoon from just picking up whoever at the Washington Monument and walk to the Capitol to renzdevous with his stolen crowds?
    He is a big mouthed cowards like most ami boomers here.

    • Replies: @Peripatetic Itch
  198. @TKK

    Any metaphor that reduces the complexity of the world to a jar with ants in it is fallacious.

  199. JM says:
    @Fatima Manoubia

    How much are they paying you to make public your genius?

    • Agree: ivan
    • Troll: FB
    • Replies: @Fatima Manoubia
  200. ivan says:

    The Trump style is to go on an extreme position, only to walk back on it. This is how he has conducted himself all these years. For example with Iran I know he is a Zionist shill, yet he backs out when there is a threat of major bloodshed. One can despise him for letting his side down, but he and his children are likely facing years of litigation and threats of jail sentences. He is not the Messiah, but he is not someone who went along with the Deep State either. He did fight the corruption of the electoral process harder than any Republican. Had that cuck Romney fought the same fight against electoral fraud in 2012, it is likely that Trump would not have had to fight it now. At some point discretion is the better part of valour.

    While he may be asking for prosecution of some of the Capitol invaders, he is just as likely to be informed that there were agent provocateurs among them.

    • Replies: @HeebHunter
  201. @HeebHunter

    Like, how to get shot in the back of the head. Assassination Science 101.

    I’d credit you with a big mouth too but for the fact it hides a forked tongue.

    • Replies: @HeebHunter
  202. FB says: • Website

    Well, that little bit of a break you and your wife got was worth how many cups of coffee at Starbucks?

    Come on man, this is crumbs and you know it. It surely doesn’t come anywhere near fixing what needs to be fixed. And yes, as you mentioned, the higher brackets got HUGELY more from those same Trump tax cuts. If you crunch the actual numbers you’ll see that a guy making seven figures a year is getting about FIFTY times more in that break, than the guy making six figures a year.

    It’s pretty outrageous how unfair this Trump tax ‘break’ really was.

  203. Hatred towards Obama and Trump is unexplainable. Both of them were never given a fair chance to do their work. They were attacked right from the very beginning that they took office. I am sorry for the United States.

  204. @Uncle Jon

    “This so-called coup was a carefully orchestrated trap with full cooperation of Republicans and Democrats alike, at least at the leadership level.”
    You hit the nail right on the head, Uncle Jon. Alas, people’s wishful thinking is -as usual with Whites- clouding their judgement.

  205. @Fatima Manoubia

    So according to you the vanguard that stormed the Capitol were right-wing neo-Nazis while to most others on UR they were commie Antifa and BLM infiltrators. I guess you’ll have to argue it out between yourselves until one side can be proved correct … or maybe not.

    Those are not peaceful people

    So I suppose you wish they had been peaceful people. They seemed peaceful enough to me; their losses were 5:1. They did not lynch any of the politicians cowering inside which could have been accomplished considering they greatly outnumbered the security forces inside. It was almost a carnival atmosphere. And you would defend this government and justify its hounding of the protesters because they don’t have the ideological imprimatur you approve of. Good luck with trying to start a revolution.

    • Replies: @Fatima Manoubia
  206. anon[279] • Disclaimer says:

    like marx said history repeat itself first as a tragedy second as farce

    and this new nazis are pretty clownish if you ask me

  207. geokat62 says:

  208. Skeptikal says:
    @Fatima Manoubia

    “Of course, may well be that the majority were elder couples ( I would say accomodated, upper middle class…) from the midwest, but to pretend that they are innocent souls after having rised to power, and still trying to get him by force through a lost election, such big mouth megalomaniac narcissist misogynist like Trump, I do not swallow…

    Those are not peaceful people, and are guilty of bringing in such scourge on humanity again, as they were those who rised Hitler to power. ”

    Who the hell do you think you are be categorizing and throwing in the trash can whole swaths of the American public?

    Here is some info about you, “Fatima”:
    You are not a peaceful person.
    You are not an intelligent person.
    You are a ranter with clearly advanced TDS.
    You are probably being paid for your garbled rants.
    I doubt that anyone here cares what you “swallow” or do not “swallow.”

  209. Skeptikal says:
    @Priss Factor

    I have never understood the term “jump the shark.”

    I have looked it up online, but the explanations always refer to a TV show that I never watched (I don’t watch any TV) and am unfamiliar with. So that context s meaningless to me and leaves me as mystified as before.

    I cannot figure out the meaning of the expression from the contexts in which it is used, either.

    Please, someone, explain clearly what “jump the shark” means.

    How can you put the same idea across but using different words?

    Thanks in advance.

  210. Skeptikal says:

    Sibel Edmonds is one of the smartest people out there.

    The pressure within “the left” to conform to the new agenda is extreme.

    This pressure takes mainly the form of labeling any attempt to debate and discuss as “supporting Trumpsters.”

  211. @Just another serf

    Ah the Reichstag fire. Whenever some normie twit has a go at you, dear Unz readers, for being a conspiracy theorist, just ask them if they believe in the Reichstag fire false flag conspiracy theory. You can bet you’re bottom dollar that they do.

  212. Wally says:
    @Peripatetic Itch

    “Just another white cop killing a black man, if it had gone as planned. ”

    – Except that at least 500 whites (per FBI stats) are murdered every year by blacks.

    – Except that a police officer was 18.5 times more likely to be killed by a black male than an unarmed black male was to be killed by a police officer.
    Police are more likely to shoot whites, not blacks:
    Black Officers More Likely than White Officers to Shoot Suspects:
    This Is Not Genocide’: Tucker Carlson Breaks Down Every Police Shooting Of Unarmed Black Suspects In 2019:
    Facts About How Many Blacks Are Shot By Cops:

  213. geokat62 says:

  214. anon[287] • Disclaimer says:

    skeptical…hey idiot pantifa has been around since the first world war. jews started it then run it now

  215. anon[287] • Disclaimer says:
    @Silicon Silence

    syrian girl is one of the most luscious exotic gorgeous feminine woman to have walked the earth

  216. obvious says:

    The whole premise behind the Trumptard movement is mentally ill, so it only makes sense that you morons would light upon a Great Doofus. Can you govern a single County? How about a State? The federal government is SUPPOSED to be the domain of “elites”, that’s why it exists at all.

    What is it that so impels lower moron Americans to think that the PREZIDUNT is the central Pope of their bizarre cult religion, and that our lives rise and fall on Washington DC? For decades now the masses of assess have been told that “Congress is the problem” and “Dam Gummint” as though this elegant and simple work of genius from 1789 need their input?


  217. obvious says:

    jump the shark

    1. In television programming, to resort to using an obvious or unbelievable gimmick in a scene, episode, or storyline as a means of maintaining viewership, especially when the show’s quality and/or popularity has begun to decline. The phrase alludes to the sitcom Happy Days, in which the character Fonzie (Henry Winkler) jumps over a shark on water-skis in the fifth season.
    This show used to have some of the wittiest writing in television, but they really jumped the shark when they introduced a contrived alien invasion in the seventh season.

    2. By extension, to signal, especially through a conspicuous activity, event, or maneuver, a decline in the progress or evolution of something (e.g., a company, a brand, a political endeavor, etc.)

  218. @Skeptikal

    This is all it is and all it should have been:

    The rest is … whatever: misnomer, misunderstanding, misinterpretation, what someone who had nothing to do with the production thought what it could mean or was intended to achieve.

  219. gabriel says:

    I’m sure you know by now that reasoning with trumptards like him is futile. Let him wait for 20th of January ‘surprise’ when the “God Emperor” will arrest Deep State, The Swamp, the Potomac und so weiter. Or big revelations from the stolen Pelousy’s laptop – BTW, I lost count, this is the third laptop that should bring DS behind bars, right?

    • Replies: @Wally
  220. Wielgus says:

    Indeed, you get a mixture of the interesting, the intelligent, the odd and the monomanical here. Someone sought to link recent events to astrology and the alignment of Jupiter and Saturn, or something.

  221. Wielgus says:
    @Wizard of Oz

    Good question – my impression is it is much harder to be sued for libel in the USA. In Britain, wealthy or well-connected people can use the libel courts to prevent disclosures. Jimmy Savile, for example, threatened to resort to the libel courts a lot and this was a major factor in preventing newspapers publishing articles about the kind of thing that ended up being investigated in Operation Yewtree.

  222. Max Payne says:

    Deep State gets a triple win with befuddled old Biden. It’s gonna be like the Reagan-era all over except instead of Star Wars & contra it’ll be megalithic investments in space and cyber tech.

    Blackouts masquerading as maintenance downtime for narrative control. Probably a major serious attempt to strike at the Tor networks anonymity. Perhaps even try to disrupt cryptocurrency now that Iran is utilising it. More hardware and CPU-integrated licensing (thanks Intel) so that one can’t utilise non-approved /open source software or operating systems.

    CIA has a get-out-of-jail-free card for one major-level incident which Biden can be sacrificed (politically). I can’t really put my finger on it but Biden/Kamala seem like stand-ins. Fillers holding a position until a shuffle can somehow occur. Or patsy’s to be blamed for a coming costly war…..

    Trump only had Iran to offer. Biden offers the world.

    For a showman Trump really sucks at it. Had a Hollywood set piece and couldn’t even….

  223. @Ron T

    I have been saying, since Biden was gifted the nomination, that Trump is a turd, but Biden is a pile of shit.
    I have long been critical of the US mindset. The phony “left” is more “right” than most of the “far right” parties in other countries. The majority of US citizens have the attention span of a 2 year old. There is seldom, if ever, the possibility of recognising that both sides of a dispute may be wrong. To admit that, you would not fit into being an “un-American commie” or a “neo-Nazi White Supremacist”.
    The issues surrounding the election are not about Donald Trump. They are about the integrity of the elections, whether by the Executive Branch and Judicial Branch usurping authority (corruption), the Elections were tainted. Was there fraud? Of course there was. There has been for decades. I thought Gore and Kerry got screwed by corruption/fraud. Why is is that Gore’s claims were valid, according to the MSM, but Trump’s not? Would claims of fraud be more credible if Trump had been the beneficiary of all of the “irregularities” and statistical impossibilities that Biden was?
    I have some advice for you, in the words of Burl Ives, “Watch the donut, not the hole.”

  224. anastasia says:

    The News

    The keepers of the knowledge gate
    Demark the bounds of the debate,
    And manufacture an illusion
    That we’ve reached our own conclusion.

    Certified as safe to know,
    What is is what they say is so.
    Thus they conquer and confuse,
    And manipulate the news.

    Whoever wants to be the keeper
    Climbs a slope that’s ever steeper.
    He who will not sell his soul
    Needn’t bother with the role.


    Still the lines are long enough
    Of those who think they have the stuff
    To sell a fable as a fact
    And keep their consciences intact.

    We see their faces every night
    Telling us that black is white.
    The paper at the breakfast table
    Ought to have a warning label:

    “Caution: what you read within
    Is doctored with a careful spin.
    Lift your eyes and call a halt
    If you lack a grain of salt.”

    I don’t know how it got this way.
    And it gives me pain to say
    We’re not a land of liberty
    If it’s truth that makes us free.

    David Martin

    • Thanks: israel shamir
  225. @Protogonus

    Thanks for the link to the article. It contained a many great points. The following is what I was thinking as I watched the so called “seizure” of the capitol.

    Having invaded the Capitol building, with no concrete purpose, with no revolutionary objectives, as mere tourists, crunching potato chips on Congressmen’s chairs, snapping Instagram photos at the podium, they are the Kim Kardashians of “patriotism.”


    • Replies: @Johnny Walker Read
  226. @Johnny Walker Read

    This paragraph really nailed it @Protogonus.

    These card-carrying NRA members descended upon an institution which for the last seven months has abnegated every single freedom granted in the Bill of Rights under the pretext of fighting an imaginary disease, unleashed feral mobs of blacks, Hispanics, and self-hating whites against what remained of law and order, and has now abolished the very foundation upon which America stands – a semblance of respect for the democratic process – and this crowd needed to be ushered into the Capitol building by despairing police!?

  227. anonymous[276] • Disclaimer says:

    I do not understand why the Americans want to keep their guns if they never use them, but that’s the way they are.

    Lol! Shamir tries to light the fuse sticking out the aholes of whitevil racist mofers… but, will it catch on, or fizzle out?

    I personally think it will fizzle out, because whitevil racists are feckless cunts (even Shamir thinks so, because you know, that’s the way these cunts are… lol!). Going by the looks of the Capitol terrorists, they appear to be faggots too.

    Anyway, good try Shamir.


  228. R2b says:

    Where is Trump?
    In Arkansas.
    Blew himself?
    Pence took the hard bit.
    Good ole mcpence.
    Will the flyover people get an epiphany?
    Of course, Trump battled the corona..
    Like don Quixote.
    Maybe they’ll bet on him once again.
    I mean, fighting windmills is no small thingy!
    Better than darkness looming?
    Or the Nazis will save us?
    What on Earth will happen now?
    First, throw out the scofield.
    Second, demand foreign interests register.
    That, is a good start!

  229. geokat62 says:

  230. Susie Q says:

    Mr. Shamir,

    January 6th is the Nativity and the Theophany .

    A date that has been faithfully maintained by the Armenian Apostolic Church.

    Why Americans continue to celebrate the Chrism Mass of Charlemagne on December 25th
    is a mystery to me.

    You are witnessing the birth pangs of a new Civilization. A New Order of the Ages.

    Novus Ordo Seclorum. As it says on your $1 bill.

    Ecologue 4 – Virgil.

  231. Johan says:
    @Carolyn Yeager

    To solely rely on facts is for the vulgar of mind. An intelligent man knows how to make use of fact and imagination, facts are about what is, imagination is about what may become.

    “He’s like any real Jew”

    Jews are very imaginative indeed.., a talent which can be used for the good and the bad. Jews have (also) come to dominate Western imaginative vision of the future because the Western world has become vulgarly attached to facts. Apparently they provide for a need, fill in the gap. We could use some none dystopian good storytelling.

    Shamir was right in writing that the future changes the facts of the past, and if he didn’t write this, it doesn’t matter at all.

  232. Hillaire says:

    Another bloviating talmudist …..

  233. Corvinus says:

    “There was no coup attempt…”

    Actually, there was by Trump.

  234. Corvinus says:

    You are repeating things that already have been debunked. Will you ever learn?

  235. @Peripatetic Itch

    The Great Adolf Hitler had over thirty attempts on his life. Ho Chi Minh was detained two times in both China and Russia. Tito had to go James Bond on the hitmen sent by Stalin for decades. Stalin was finally poisoned after the greatest military victory ever achieved by slav(e)s, Alexander the Great personally lead almost every battle he was in the vicinity of, etc.

    Guess where the coward boomerfilth orange kike lover failed to impress?

    To put this mulatto in the same post as the above great Men of history is blasphemy. But I had to do it to show how ridiculous you boomers are.

  236. @ivan

    So was air force veteran, healthy mother of many huwhite children Ashli Bibbit an agent provocateur also?
    Did he had to spit on her?
    The woman has my sympathy, she too believed in the orange kike lover. But she paid with her life because she supported this false idol to the end.

    • Replies: @ivan
  237. @Commentator Mike

    Here the peaceful elder couples of the midwest…and how yes some policemen they fought…

    I do not have to prove anything, the images are rounding Europe and the world..

    Of course we will not see these footage neither in the Unz Review, nor Moon of Alabama, nor The Saker, nor SST…. The last three are too busy making martyrs of themselves because their POTUS has been cut off from Twitter…forgetting the harsh censorship they exert in their own blogs against anyone who dares counter their many times fake and biased arguments.
    That these authoritarian far-righters now claim for the freedom of speech in a private social network could onkly be a joke…

    Twitter was dictatorial way long before, when they were banning mainly real communist people…then you and the like, saw nothing wrong.

    Btw, no worries, since probably this “Capitol Storming” has been escenified to achieve just the opposite outcome, otherwise, how to explain that yesterday, in Germany, during marchs conmemorating the assassinations of Rosa Luxemburg and Karl Liebknecht, people was detained only for holding symbols and banners of the former GDR, while, the nazis in Ukraine and Poland meet and march with their torchs as free as they wish, and while Olena Semenyaka, the head of the political branch of the nazi Azov battalion, has joined Vienna Institute of Human Sciences as fellow…?
    Notice also that while Pompeo is using his last days as SoS to label as terrorists so peaceful people as the Cuban, who have joined many countries to help fight the pandemic, and the Houthis, who fight for the independence of their land and current intend of genocide against their people by foreign invasors and its satraps, he has spared nazi battalions in the Ukraine….and, above all, the mothership of all those, the same organization he himself once led…

    Btw, that Kamala Harris has nominated head of vulture fund BlackRock as economic advisor…meet who will be directing your economic policy, consisting in, say, that the ongoing huge trasvase of wealth to them, already started by Trump, continues unabated…

    That way, by allowing before to be done onto others ( the left, the people of Donbass, the people of Yemen, Syria, Lybia, Irak, Lebanon…) what probably is going to be done on you, you will end in a fascist dictatorship governed really, through varied puppetery, by IT giants, Vulture Financial Funds, and the CIA…


  238. @JM

    “Piensa el ladrón que todos son de su codición” , that we say around here…

    I do this effort by myself, with no reward, except if possible achieving saving some guy like the one sleeping for two nights in his truck in the middle of winter harshness to join a call by a billionaire on behalf of other billionaires to establish a dictatorship in which this guy will be the first to be shot, if he did nit die before in the riotts, as he proved beyond doubt his willingness to fight for a better life…

    Think of this as a following of Jesus´ message if you want, what we call amongst the real left peers internationalism, that is international solidarity amongst equals..
    “Hoy por ti, mañana por mi”, a working class slogan of always the followers of Ayn Rand, like The Donald, managed the working masses to forget by promoting the kind of individualism which led to rising him and his kind to power to bring in plain fascism for the US population and probably the whole Western world.
    What to the Western world is respected, is the dog I have in this fight…

    Followers of Trump amongst my country´s military were caught chating through WhatsApp saying that it would be necessary to shot 26 millions of Spaniards…The far-right Vox Party, funded and created by Bannon and Trump administration, and whose representatives repeat verbatim in the Spanish parliament ( even when totally unrelated to the topic discussed..) Trump´s and his ideologues´points, recognized in parliament these fascists were “their people”….they love them, like Trump loves the Charlottesville nazis and those who violently stormed the Capitol….

  239. annamaria says:

    You deplore Trump’s inability to be a true Jewish Biolshevick. He is not.
    But it is amazing how well you are versed in bolshevik tactics.

    Why the 80-year old profiteer Nancy Pelosi has been foaming at her cadaverous mouth:

    Obama regime had been funding ISIS and Al Qaeda:

    Timber Sycamore was a classified weapons supply and training program run by the CIA’s Special Activities Division. President Barack Obama secretly authorized the CIA to begin arming Syria’s embattled rebels in 2013. Timber Sycamore provided Kalashnikov assault rifles, mortars, rocket-propelled grenades, TOW anti-tank guided missiles, night vision goggles, pickup trucks, and other weapons to prospective Syrian rebel forces.

    One consequence of the program has been a flood of US weapons including assault rifles, mortars and rocket-propelled grenades into the Middle East’s black market. This raised concerns about the diversion of weapons to jihadist groups and about Timber Sycamore-backed rebels fighting alongside al-Nusra Front.

    A 2017 study conducted by private company Conflict Armament Research found that external support for anti-Assad Syrian rebels “significantly augmented the quantity and quality of weapons available to [ISIL] forces …”anti-tank weapons purchased by the United States ended up in possession of the Islamic State within two months of leaving the factory.”

    In July 2017, Donald Trump had decided to phase out support for anti-Assad Syrian rebel forces

    Zionists want Golan Heights by any means! Donny is bad because he was not understanding enough towards the MIC and the rabid Israel-firsters.

  240. annamaria says:

    as Pelosi, this flirting cadaver told her zionist handlers:

    if this Capitol crumbled to the ground, the one thing that would remain is our commitment to Israel.

  241. FB says: • Website

    You sound like the absolute paradigm of USEFUL IDIOCY FOR THE OLIGARCHY.

    America’s demographic nature is changing, and has already changed, as you p0int out. The core Caucasian [plus American negro] population has been almost overtaken by an inrush of immigration from the Global South in the last couple of generations. But you have no clue as to why this has happened, nor, I suspect, do you even think about trying to figure out WHY this has happened.

    This was certainly not ‘inevitable’, nor is it because of some Jewish conspiracy for white population replacement as many here seem to believe. No, the full answer is much more plain and prosaic. Capitalism leads to concentration of wealth, which leads to finance capitalism where making money is simply a Ponzi Scheme reserved for the ruling elite that controls the levers of power. Just as the Ponzi Scheme REQUIRES a never-ending inflow of NEW investors, so the finance Ponzi Economy needs new and fresh warm bodies to sign up as DEBT SLAVES to the banking system, which bodies of course must be brought in from offshore.

    At first, in the first postwar generation, it was enough to get the new bodies by way of drawing women into the workplace…fully half of the population that had never been exploited by the parasite banking system until then, a stroke of brilliance really. After that source dried up, by about the mid 1960s, it was obvious that new immigration was urgently needed, lest the Ponzi Economy collapse. And where were they supposed to come from? Europe was also running the same Ponzi Economy that the imperial center in Washington had implemented in its Western Empire. They had no surplus warm bodies to spare, in act they needed to bring some in themselves. Hence the flood of Pakis into the UK, Turks into Germany and north Africans into France. The US had no choice but to bring the necessary warm bodies for the Ponzi Banking Machine from the Global South. the result is that the core, heritage population of white folks is no longer a numerical majority, perhaps soon not even a plurality, and is experiencing the loss of political influence that goes with that.

    You yourself, in your confused state, hint at how our system really works with ‘a person becoming a “cost center” that has value irrespective of their participation in the labor market.’


    And just how does a person have ‘value’ without actually contributing anything? The answer is that that person still needs to BORROW MONEY. That is the key. Every one of these 100 million or so brown people and their descendants that have been brought in as immigrants in the last 60 years has borrowed to buy a house, has borrowed to buy a car, to go to school, everything. That is how that person slash ‘cost center’ is valuable.

    But that’s not the whole story because the underlying mechanism of this diabolical machine is still not explained. And that is the fact that each of those immigrants having to borrow money, means NEW money can be created. You see, in our system there is no other way to create money than as DEBT. If you don’t have anybody that wants to go into debt you can’t create any money. Simple as that. Doesn’t matter if you have a million industrious inventors and makers churning out all kinds of goods, for which money will need to be minted in order so that people can buy it. Nope. The only way to mint money [other than coin, which is such a small amount that it’s irrelevant] is by having some sucker that steps up to the counter and says ‘I want a LOAN’.

    Naturally, there is a problem here because there is no connection between real goods that are MADE, and the money which is just a symbol or token that represents the value of the quantity of REAL goods available. Anyone with half a brain can see why this is a bad rule to have when it comes to how money should come about.

    So why is it like that? Aha…there’s the rub. It’s like that, despite the fact that it is a TERRIBLE thing for the overall society, but it is a surefire way for the ELITE TO HAVE IRONCLAD CONTROL.

    And let’s drill a little deeper still. Each and every one of those loans comes with INTEREST attached. That is the goose that lays the golden egg [and also the Achilles Heel of the system]. In simple mathematical terms, this means that next year there will need to be yet MORE money created, simply for there to be enough to pay for the interest. And that interest keeps piling up year after year, requiring even more money to be created each and every year. And don’t forget that the only way you can have that growth, is if you have new warm bodies coming in every year and asking for loans.

    And here’s the really really bad news. Within that seemingly ingenious system lies a powerful hand grenade. It’s called EXPONENTIAL GROWTH. You see, the funny thing about this particular kind of math, which btw each and every interest-bearing loan has, is that it starts out building slowly, but then, at some point, the curve just shoots skyward. This is what happened in that so-called ‘great recession’ of 2008…the Ponzi House of Cards had a great fall. And this is why for more than a decade since then interest rates have been kept at zero or even negative. You can’t change mathematics, any more than you can change the force of gravity.

    So that is the entire machinery laid bare. It is a scheme that is mathematically identical to the Ponzi Scheme [look up exponential growth under ‘finance examples’]. It has to have NEW people coming in all the time. That is the simple reason for the immigration since the 1960s [as well as women in the workforce before that]. That is what capitalism requires. Yet the beauty of it is that the Oligarch class has managed to create an army of millions of useful idiots who would rather cut off their right arm than to denounce capitalism and this Ponzi Scheme that is at the center of it [although they, like you, are probably not seeing that part…😉]

    That is also why going forward that ‘cost center’ concept of the average consumer will make it possible so that they do not actually contribute anything. They will simply get a universal basic income so that they can spend, and more importantly, BORROW. As long as the banks have new warm bodies stepping up to the counter in ever increasing numbers each year, everything will work out just fine. The cost of giving that ‘cost center’ slash person a UBI is covered by the profits rake in, as well as by the efficiency of having stuff made in China, where it’s not only cheap labor [it’s not actually so cheap anymore] but also manufacturing automation, like numerical control machines, robots, CAD, additive manufacturing and all the rest. Today’s manufacturing engineers have figured out how to make stuff so cheaply that we can make more than all the people in the world could even use. And that is only going to improve.

    So we are now entered the era of abundance, not scarcity, as we have been all these ages. That is the point of this ‘reset’ that the globalists are talking about. You see capitalism was never designed to cope with abundance. It always profited by scarcity. Even now the government subsidizes huge factory farms NOT to grow crops and leave fields empty, so that the commodity grain industry can control world prices.

    All these changes are as natural as they were predictable.

    NO THEY’RE NOT. None of this is ‘natural’ in any way, shape or form. It is a grotesque, malignant growth that has sprung from the SHEER SATANIC GREED of the moneyed class.

    I have already explained how the money-creation-as-debt scheme is structurally flawed. Prof Michael Hudson can go into much detail on how interest lending and its self-contained grenade of exponential math leads to disaster…and HAS led to disaster throughout recorded history.

    So obviously this system is fucked to hell and needs to be TRASHED [along with the parasites that have imposed it on on unsuspecting heads].

    Once this hamster wheel of a Ponzi Economy that demands year on year growth in PHYSICAL HUMAN BORROWERS is dumped, then there will be no need of immigration, and the core, heritage population [this includes African Americans] can breathe a sigh of relief, knowing that their existence as a nation will be assured into the future.

    As President Putin remarked recently: ‘Why would we want a world without Russia’?

    The same can be said of America and its core, heritage population. These folks need to ask the same question…’Why would we want a world without [the real] America.’

  242. @FB

    More NAZI COMMIE bullshittery. I will have you know muh grandpa and daddy got both their balls shot off to stop commie like you. Their sacrifice in Europe and Asia was so SOCIALISTS like you have the freedumb to say these things. Try to say that in Chicomland, haha!

  243. ivan says:

    She did her own thing like the Viking man. Just like Trump they all had moral agency. One cannot just rely on Dear Leader. The rest must understand that privations are the price of freedom.

    Better to live like a lion for one day than a sheep for a thousand.
    Arab saying.

  244. Jazman says:

    Incredible answer so much truth . FB you never stop to amaze me with excellent and deep answers

    • Thanks: FB
  245. @Incitatus

    But Europe wasn’t half Black and Amerindian. Politics and religious fervors are temporary; demographics are permanent.

    Short of all out communism (as Ann Coulter once quipped: Communism managed to make an entire country of Koreans poor) I’ll take Seattle and it’s current insane leadership over Baltimore governed by the editors of Reason magazine.

    To think of it another way, Merkel has done more lasting damage to Germany and Europe than Hitler ever could.

    • Replies: @Incitatus
  246. geokat62 says:

    America’s demographic nature is changing…

    This was certainly not ‘inevitable’, nor is it because of some Jewish conspiracy for white population replacement as many here seem to believe. No, the full answer is much more plain and prosaic. Capitalism…

    Excerpts from Ch. 7 of Prof. Kevin MacDonald’s The Culture of Critique:

    Throughout the almost 100 years prior to achieving success with the immigration law of 1965, Jewish groups opportunistically made alliances with other groups whose interests temporarily converged with Jewish interests (e.g., a constantly changing set of ethnic groups, religious groups, pro-communists, anti- communists, the foreign policy interests of various presidents, the political need for presidents to curry favor with groups influential in populous states in order to win national elections, etc.). Particularly noteworthy was the support of a liberal immigration policy from industrial interests wanting cheap labor, at least in the period prior to the 1924 temporary triumph of restrictionism. Within this constantly shifting set of alliances, Jewish organizations persistently pursued their goals of maximizing the number of Jewish immigrants and opening up the United States to immigration from all of the peoples of the world. As indicated in the following, the historical record supports the proposition that making the United States into a multicultural society has been a major Jewish goal beginning in the nineteenth century.

    More excerpts:


    A congruent opinion is expressed by prominent Jewish social scientist and ethnic activist Earl Raab, who remarks very positively on the success of American immigration policy in altering the ethnic composition of the United States since 1965.[513] Raab notes that the Jewish community has taken a leadership role in changing the Northwestern European bias of American immigration policy (1993a, 17), and he has also maintained that one factor inhibiting anti-Semitism in the contemporary United States is that “an increasing ethnic heterogeneity, as a result of immigration, has made it even more difficult for a political party or mass movement of bigotry to develop” (1995, 91). Or more colorfully:

    The Census Bureau has just reported that about half of the American population will soon be non-white or non-European. And they will all be American citizens. We have tipped beyond the point where a Nazi-Aryan party will be able to prevail in this country.

    We [Jews] have been nourishing the American climate of opposition to bigotry for about half a century. That climate has not yet been perfected, but the heterogeneous nature of our population tends to make it irreversible—and makes our constitutional constraints against bigotry more practical than ever. (Raab 1993b, 23)…

    Jews have been “the single most persistent pressure group favoring a liberal immigration policy” in the United States in the entire immigration debate beginning in 1881 (Neuringer 1971, 392–393):

    In undertaking to sway immigration policy in a liberal direction, Jewish spokespersons and organizations demonstrated a degree of energy unsurpassed by any other interested pressure group. Immigration had constituted a prime object of concern for practically every major Jewish defense and community relations organization. Over the years, their spokespersons had assiduously attended congressional hearings, and the Jewish effort was of the utmost importance in establishing and financing such non-sectarian groups as the National Liberal Immigration League and the Citizens Committee for Displaced Persons.

    As recounted by Nathan C. Belth (1979, 173) in his history of the ADL, “In Congress, through all the years when the immigration battles were being fought, the names of Jewish legislators were in the forefront of the liberal forces: from Adolph Sabath to Samuel Dickstein and Emanuel Celler in the House and from Herbert H. Lehman to Jacob Javits in the Senate. Each in his time was a leader of the Anti-Defamation League and of major organizations concerned with democratic development.” The Jewish congressmen who are most closely identified with anti-restrictionist efforts in Congress have therefore also been leaders of the group most closely identified with Jewish ethnic political activism and self-defense.

    • Thanks: mark green
  247. @HeebHunter

    Tromp is not a Christ he back out just before crucifixion.
    But he really stirred up the shit. And that also did take some guts. So he will be whipped a little bit.

  248. ivan says:

    Good points. But having the Jews playing both sides make it far worse than it would otherwise be and is in fact a new and deletrious element in the whole process. Are the Chinese jettisoning Capitalism? Are the Indians? The difference that anyone who looks long enough funds is that in all these countries and Asian countries in general is that they keep the Jews away from any position of influence in their societies.

    • Replies: @FB
  249. @Fatima Manoubia

    Maybe they were not commemorating. Probably they were celebrating.

  250. Malla says:
    @Ron T

    Not as simple as that. Both sides have theories. Some theories are being pushed by the deep state, and thus reflected in low IQ leftist thought in media and academia, idiotic theories like White privilege, neo colonialism. Then there are those who have studied the elites and the moves and formulated facts and theories. These later ones is termed as “conspiracy theories” by the globalist elite controlled leftist media. That is why there is such a push to discredit these so called conspiracy theories.
    The truth is left winged mainstream “conspiracy theories” do a poor job of explaining reality and are followed by a bunch of low IQ, emotionally abnormal & childish leftist lunatics. The so called right winged theories not only explain reality much better they totally discredit the idiotic left winged theories pushed on by the globalists. Hence your anger.

    • Replies: @Commentator Mike
  251. FB says: • Website

    Since when is China a ‘capitalist’ system? Last time I checked the country is being run by the Communist Party of China. Also note that they have just cut Jack Ma and other budding oligarchs down a notch or two. When has anyone in DC ever slapped down King Bezos or Bill Gates, or the latest clown that’s too big for his britches, Jack Dorsey? Don’t hold your breath waiting for that to happen.

    China does allow the existence of private enterprise, in a controlled and guided way, which is reasonable, and they have made it work quite well. It does in fact turn out that a MIXED economy is the optimum, as opposed to purely state-owned enterprises, since you need a lot of small business activity as a base.

    This was the major shortcoming of the Soviet system and classical Marxist political economy. BUT, also note that China’s BIGGEST and most important corporations are in fact state-owned. They are the core of the economy, and are known as ‘champions’ that lead the way. So you really need both, and both need to be competently MANAGED by a responsible party. That is very very different from having a handful of private oligarchs in control of everything.

    India is a different story. It still has a long way to go to become an industrialized economy. They would do well to embrace the Chinese system and put a similarly-modeled Indian Communist Party in charge.

    • Agree: Commentator Mike
    • Replies: @ivan
  252. @Fatima Manoubia

    All I see in those videos is police brutality of a fascist regime against the people.

    Yes I agree with you when you point out the hypocrisy but you’re bringing into this discussion a lot of disparate topics from all over the place. Thanks for pointing them out anyway but I’m aware of most of it.

  253. @FB

    You explain well how things work but I still have some misgivings.

    They don’t need to bring in immigrants to turn them into debt slaves to run their Ponzi scheme since they could just lend them money in their own home countries as after all it is international global capitalism and it operates everywhere. And presumably the immigrants need to be legal and have jobs in order to get loans but many are illegal and unemployed (I suppose loan sharks cater to those), and without collateral, while in their home countries they may have some hut or a plot of land to offer up as collateral. The banks don’t usually give loans unless you have some means of paying them back. Now you could argue that it serves them better to have the immigrants in the West since the standard of living is higher so they have to borrow more than in their own countries. But then again, under international finance capitalism, it would serve them better to just raise the standard of living in the Third World to European standards and then they’d have billions of people they could lend loans at Western levels and create far more money than they could by importing these far smaller numbers of immigrants to the West. So I think that there may be something else at play. You see on the one hand they push this universal globalism but on the other hand they still maintain GDP and income disparity between nations which doesn’t truly reflect their wealth as many resource rich nations that are exploited still have far lower standards of living than those who benefit from the extraction of their resources. Some may argue that it should be so, that a few people operating robotic factories in the West deserve higher pay than some menial workers mining in Africa because they had to pay some over-priced professors for a university education but then again it doesn’t necessarily have to be so.

    And everything you mention doesn’t discount the existence of conspiracy by certain groups to achieve precisely what you write.

    • Replies: @FB
  254. Rico says:

    Looking beyond Jan 20, the ‘movement’ should find a new leader
    For good or for worse, Trump’s time is over.

    I believe, he won’t vacate his position in any hurry though..
    His ego is just too big for that.

  255. @Malla

    I wouldn’t say that the theory of “neo-colonialism” is idiotic. John”The Economic Hitman” Perkins explains it quite well with many examples of how it operates from first-hand experience.

    • Replies: @Malla
    , @Malla
  256. awry says:

    The city of Detroit gave 95 per cent of its vote to Biden/Kamala, a number that Mr Kim Jong-un would view with slight envy, while Mr Lukashenko would murmur, “How can it be done?” It is highly likely this mind-boggling result was achieved in the following way.

    Isn’t Detroit 10% white? Aren’t Blacks voting over 90% Democrat? Probably the white minority is more Democrat-leaning too, if they chose not to leave the city.
    BTW in the DPRK the Party (the Democratic Front for the
    Reunification of Korea more exactly, a classic communist “popular front” including token allied parties, among them the “party” of the shamanist Chondo religion) is getting 100% of the vote with 99,99% turnout, with a single candidate on the ballot (okay I know it was a rhetorical statement).

  257. FB says: • Website
    @Commentator Mike

    Okay, you raise some interesting questions Mike.

    You answered part of it yourself, in the sense that here in the West these immigrants are going to borrow a lot more than they would if they just stayed at home. But there is more to it.

    The western banks do lend to those people in their own countries, only it’s in the form of an IMF loan to the government of that country. This has been of course a major income stream for the Bankster parasites for many decades [they leave no stone unturned].

    They also do go and lend directly to individuals in foreign countries, but this requires them setting up shop in those countries and having actual banks there. This has happened across the entire Easter European space, where German, Austrian, French and even Greek banks have set up shop in all these countries and are doing smashing business. Again, the parasites leave no stone unturned.

    But while this is hugely profitable for the private banks and their shareholders, this doesn’t do anything to help run the domestic economy. Let’s bring some more aspects of this financial machinery to light. First is the fact of countries buying Treasury bills, which are basically IOUs written by the US govt. Saudia and the other oil countries of course are big buyers of these. They are basically lending money to the US govt, so the US govt can then go and BORROW from the private bankers when they fail to balance the budget at the end of the year.

    So, as you can see, all of these outside people and businesses are in fact part of this system in a big way. Just to give a bit of a historical overview here which comes from Prof Hudson’s Super Imperialism [which btw you can download free from his site]. In the immediate postwar period, this giant financial octopus was merely a baby. Things still worked as they had in the well understood system. For instance, the US needed to spend a lot of money in Vietnam in order to keep its troops there. The French ran the banks in Vietnam since it had been a French colonial possession, so they ended up with these dollars which De Gaulle then took to the Fed and redeemed for gold, at the set rate of I think 35 dollars for a one ounce coin.

    Now the US Treasury had a lot of gold in Fort Knox, but that quickly began to run down as the spending floodgates opened. A new plan was required. Nixon took the US off the peg to gold, and the Saudis agreed to sell oil only in dollars, which they could redeem only for US treasury bills. They could also buy American weapons, real estate etc, but not key American companies like for instance Boeing. This is how the US has been able to finance all of these subsequent very costly wars. It’s a banking sleight of hand game, wherein the world at large, including the victim country, pays for the US military action.

    But like all parlor tricks there is always a catch. It’s never actually real, and the ‘wealth’ created by this banksta paradise is simply an illusion. But of course it quickly became too late because the country was soon in a hole. Every year new money HAD to be created, and that new money required new BORROWERS. There’s just no getting around that.

    The killer, however, is the nature of exponential math.

    Here is a graphic picture of that. The exponential curve is the GREEN one, and it has the structure of a loan with interest. If the interest is 5 percent, then the function is to the POWER of 1.05.

    So as you can see, that green curve starts off very slowly, but then just shoots skyward after some period. That period inevitably comes for every such mathematical function, so it is as unavoidable as gravity.

    This is what these clowns on Wall Street are juggling. They are constantly trying to keep the inevitable from happening…the object that went up, from coming back down. It is an impossible task in the end, BUT it can work for a long time. Even Bernie Madoff kept his Ponzi Scheme going for 35 years. And that’s one guy. here we have the cream of the bankster parasites constantly trying to keep those bouncing balls in the air.

    And they were already in very very deep when it became clear that they needed to open the immigration gates and bring in more people. And here is the beautiful part, the thing can actually keep going IN PERPETUITY, provided that new people can be brought in as needed. This is true for both the Ponzi Scheme and its mirror image, compound interest lending. Madoff could have kept going if he had been able to find new suckers.

    And one more loose end, the UBI. So let’s say that the govt now is going to give everybody 1,000 a month. Simple, they will just borrow that from the bankstas. That will only be a plus for the banksta system to have the needed borrower, in this case the govt, which is then handing that money to people, who then have an income and can go out and get more loans. You see, the Ponzi ingenuity is practically endless in its variations.

    But of course, the day will come, lol…when all the king’s horses and all the king’s men…well you know how that ends…

    • Thanks: Commentator Mike
  258. inciter-in-chief became the commander
    undermining peace, law and order
    throwing Lady Democracy under.
    mayhem won’t get us liberty
    but tyranny of the fascist or bolshevist party
    how easy to egg on the faction
    with 2nd amendment insurrection
    from safety of Scandinavian seclusion
    by fiery revolution to satisfy our satisfaction.

  259. Avery says:

    Wow! That is some mind-warp by the senile bag.

    • Agree: Robjil
  260. @JM

    “A bit Gay… ” Says JM while planning a drive-by face slapping or a fenzy of serial hair-pulling.

  261. ivan says:

    I agree that China is a powerhouse now. Their Marxist education came in useful in understanding the process of industrialisation. On the other hand China’s rise starting from 1978 was fueled by men like Jack Ma. Men with “animal spirits” who are able to build huge enterprises like the American magnates of old. I have heard of China Nuclear and China Aviation . Huge state owned enterprises which since Emperor Xi’s Stalin like control of the sinews of the Chinese state take years of bureaucratic back and forth before coming to a decision.

    My point is once you scare the men with animal spirits, you can perhaps build more of what you are already building , more steel plants,more 5G towers but you are not going to make anything new and not at the breakneck speed when the country was free for entrepreneurs.

    In India we didn’t have anything similar to the Shenfan – Fanshen upheavals as was the case in China and I for one am grateful for it. But even in the so-called democracy of India one can see the chilling hand of what is essentially now an undeclared dictatorship that favours only certain business houses mainly from Gujarat while all other businessmen are treading water knowing that they are not among the favoured or worse still marked for tax-hunts if they support the old Congress Party. Here too one can see the deadening hand of the government on the ‘animal spirits’. I guess China will get a little further before it is stuck in a middle income trap. India is already in that hole although it pretend otherwise.

    • Replies: @FB
    , @Malla
    , @Malla
  262. Anonymous[591] • Disclaimer says:

    In fact, the US have been a corporation since 1871(DC Act), and since then, the president is the CEO of the US corporation.

    The corrupt clowns tell you openly, but obviously, americans don’t bother the criminals spit them in their faces.

    Btw, since the US are admitted publicly a corporation, how come “voters”(shareholders) don’t get shares of the company? Payouts like in every other company with board of directors etc?

    In the hope my questions start some thinking process about the problem.

  263. tolstoy says:

    Completely moronic answer.
    Who is the Senator who advanced legislation about mass immigration, opening up the flood gate? You should know the answer to this.
    What about Japan? Japan resisted mass immigration. I see they’re suffering and poverty stricken?
    What about Russia who also resisted opening up border?
    Yeah, Russia is so weak and pathetic now.

    Obviously, Russia and Japan still have national identity, which is anathema to ” “. Fill in the blank, idiot.

    • Agree: Malla
    • Replies: @geokat62
    , @FB
  264. geokat62 says:

    Obviously, Russia and Japan still have national identity, which is anathema to ” “.

    Indeed. Ever since the Second War, their mantra has been Never Again!… which translates to saying “goodbye” to blood and soil and “hello” to multiculti.

    So, it’s ethno-nationalism for me and civic-nationalism for thee.

  265. Hegar says:

    and the liberal elites representing the big corporations came to power

    Sure, Israel Shamir. Because it’s not socialist Jews who run the media and push for ever increasing government control, and all the rest that the socialist parties have wanted for more than a century. Including, by the way, increasing taxes for businesses and “da rich”, an absurd minimum wage that will buy votes, and for those who can’t get jobs when that absurd wage is in effect there’ll be vote-buying welfare instead. The usual leftist scheme.

    But no! The defining characteristic is not that the Jews who dominate the media support every leftist policy. No, it’s that they are in private companies! So it’s ACTUALLY about “capitalism,” not leftism, because every manager of a private media company must be right-wing.

    By that logic everyone who works for the government must be socialist instead, isn’t that right, Shamir? Thank you. Good to have that established. And who makes the laws, Shamir?

  266. FB says: • Website

    On the other hand China’s rise starting from 1978 was fueled by men like Jack Ma. Men with “animal spirits” who are able to build huge enterprises like the American magnates of old.

    Well, I have no idea what ‘animal spirits’ has to do with building great enterprises [it sounds more like something out of a Disney cartoon film], but I would certainly dispute that the clown Jack Ma has done anything significant, much less ‘fueled China’s rise.’

    But I can see that you are taken with the cartoonish image of ‘American magnates of old’, perhaps in the vein of men like the steel baron Andrew Carnegie, such popular notions having been heavily mythologized of course.

    Carnegie was truly a builder of industry, but that Gilded Age also produced a lot of robber barons that basically just swindled a lot, like the post-Soviet Russian oligarchs that obtained their great wealth by quite dishonest methods. See Cornelius Vanderbilt, not to mention the financiers like Warburg and Morgan.

    In any case, this doesn’t mean that the communist system does not allow men of great ability and drive to build massive enterprises of the most impressive kind. The S. P. Korolev Rocket and Space Corporation Energia, today one of the world’s great aerospace concerns bears the name of Sergei Korolev, a titan not merely of commerce, but an engineer who created some of humanity’s most impressive machines and led to the monumental achievement of conquering space.

    Just today in fact, the great man’s birthday, Elon Musk tweeted his respect:

    There’s also NPO Energomash named after “V. P. Glushko”, another aerospace titan, and in fact plenty more.

    The point being that there is more than one path to success and achieving great things. Cooperation and working together often, almost always, achieves much more than a one-man band. The US Apollo program is a prime example of that, where the entirety of the various commercial and government resources were brought together under one roof.

    Of course this common sense idea goes against the capitalist dogma of ‘rugged individualism’ that is indoctrinated into the common folk in the west, much to their detriment.

    In any case, this is getting off the topic of discussion, which is the problem of finance capitalism and the Ponzi Economy it has created, along with all of the problems, including mass immigration required to feed the Ponzi banking system that would otherwise collapse.

    Not everyone will agree on everything of course, but I think that most people would agree that things have been going downhill for average folks, while the oligarchs plunder ever more.

    This graphic shows the share of wealth owned by the top 0.1 over the last 100 years. It pretty much says it all. If you think that our parents in the 1950s and 1960s had a much better deal then you would be correct. And if you don’t notice how the wealthiest start zooming off the charts, starting in the last 30 years or so, then I can only suggest an eye exam.

    Funny how Thatcher’s ‘There Is no Alternative’ and Reagan’s ‘rising tide lifts all boats’ managed to do diddly squat for us ordinary folks.

    And yet…and yet…there will never be an end to those dreamy-eyed defenders of this system, who, while not having their own pot to piss in, will fight for the right of the billionaires to just keep on taking from us.

    • Thanks: Commentator Mike, ivan
    • Replies: @Zarathustra
  267. @Schuetze

    Nobody planned or predicted the crowds would push their way into the Capitol.

    It was spontaneous, and it caught the controlled media without a prepared response. In the immediate aftermath, they didn’t know what to say. The news stories were full of “I’ve never seen anything like it”. They didn’t know whether to promote it or bury it.

    It took hours and coordinated phone calls between the heads of the media before the momentum began to build. This was their Reichstag Fire moment, and edicts were handed down to play up the insurrection angle.

    • Replies: @R2b
    , @GeneralRipper
  268. R2b says:

    It was Antifa.
    Curtis Bower video banned.
    It was planned
    The cow man was probably staged in advance.
    Now can anyone here tell me were Trump is?
    It’s crucial.
    I need to plan my future.

  269. @Dr. Charles Fhandrich

    In a sense your friends and relatives were right all along because without the complicity of the fake opposition i.e. the “republicans” and the fake messiah Trump, it wouldn’t have been possible.

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  270. Wally says:

    Get out of here, you cannot refute what I post, name calling is all leftists like yourself have.
    As I said:

    So now you laughably deny that Trump won the 2016 election and that the 2020 election was rigged.
    If Trump is what you absurdly say he is then there would be no need for your beloved elitists to jump through hoops to get rid of him.

    The Coming Biden Administration Censorship & Oppression:

  271. Trickster says:
    @Priss Factor

    Man that was one moving comment and truer words were never written !

    The best comment I have ever read on this site.

  272. @Beavertales

    Exactly. Thank you.

    All out of agrees.

  273. Incitatus says:
    @Anonymous Jew

    “Politics and religious fervors are temporary; demographics are permanent.”

    Politics and religious fever easily transfer to most demographics. Nothing on earth is permanent, save individual mortality. Nature’s way of regularly composting us.

    “Short of all out communism (as Ann Coulter once quipped: Communism managed to make an entire country of Koreans poor) I’ll take Seattle and it’s current insane leadership over Baltimore governed by the editors of Reason magazine.”

    Way above my pay grade, though I’ve visited both. What does either have to do with Communism?

    If Communism favors a few who control the many, any comments on Kushner Company’s $850,000,000 government-backed interest only loans to buy Maryland and Virginia real estate during a pandemic Prince Jared is tasked to fight?

    As for media gadfly Ms. Coulter (daughter of a wealthy New Canaan attorney if I recall correctly), she’ll say anything that keeps her in the spotlight, keeps people talking about her. Like Trump, a brilliant marketer with little genuine substance. A Svengali whose ‘sudo-intellectual’ strip-tease (claptrap) captivates viewers for a moment (that’s enough in this age).

    Make no mistake, if it comes down to biting the heads off of chickens, she’ll do that too. Just like Rudi, Creepy Don and his family.

    “To think of it another way, Merkel has done more lasting damage to Germany and Europe than Hitler ever could.”

    With due respect, that’s utter nonsense.

  274. mcohen says:
    @Priss Factor

    so true.relegion gives the will and intent to survive.

  275. @Joe Levantine

    From security agencies all the way to the Supreme Court, not one government official was willing to risk putting his/her neck on the line for the sake of election integrity.

    Actually there were four women, all judges, who ruled that Trump’s cases had merit:
    * Commonwealth Court Judge Patricia McCullough in Pennsylvania
    * Wisconsin Supreme Court Chief Justice Patience D. Roggensack, along with Justices Rebecca Bradley and Annette Ziegler, who issued a dissent.

    Of course, these exceptions prove your rule.

  276. @FB

    You are correct.
    But I will summarize it for you into one sentence.
    Bankers and elite are terrified of deflation.
    In deflation the prices of everything are declining, And that wipes out the profits.

  277. Israel Shamir could have been a speech writer or PR man for Trump in his second term, if only he was discovered, and if only there was a second term. Trump’s only saving grace is that his worst enemies were even more repulsive than he.

  278. @Harold Smith

    I can agree with you about the first part but have doubts about the second part, Trump being a fake messiah. No one has ever, to my knowledge called him a messiah. That’s the nutty talk of the media,etc. He was simply elected by tens of millions of people, of all stripes, who were sick and tired of not being represented by the status quo powers at the swamp. And, like all governments who feel threatened when citizens begin expressing their disproval, they decided to take care of the “problems” that these insolent citizens were complaining about, by attacking those citizens. The citizens went and visited them at the citizens capitol and although they did not hurt a hair on their heads, they were scared shitless anyway and needed to assert their preeminence over those citizens..

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  279. @Dr. Charles Fhandrich

    No one has ever, to my knowledge called him a messiah. That’s the nutty talk of the media,etc.

    Nutty talk? How many “followers” of other politicians in recent history were willing to attack a government building with the apparent intent to kill people, take hostages, risk their own lives, risk going to prison, etc. for the sake of the political fortunes of their “leader”? Apparently they were willing to risk it all thinking that their savior, Trump, would come to their rescue/somehow save them from the consequences of their actions. I’m sorry but this goes way beyond political partisanship; what’s on display here is messianism.

    He was simply elected by tens of millions of people, of all stripes, who were sick and tired of not being represented by the status quo powers at the swamp.

    The people who voted for him based on his disingenuous rhetoric the first time around (probably thinking he was the lesser of the evils) are irrelevant. It’s the many people who continue to fanatically support him no matter what he says, does or fails to do (even though he’s betrayed them in many ways) – apparently because of BLIND FAITH ALONE – that makes Trump a “messiah” by definition; their messiah.

    mes·​si·​ah | \ mə-ˈsī-ə \
    Definition of messiah

    a: the expected king and deliverer of the Jews
    b: JESUS sense 1
    2: a professed or accepted leader of some hope or cause
    security, which the political messiahs promise
    — Vardis Fisher

    By this definition, many people have called Trump a messiah or compared him to one.

  280. Malla says:
    @Commentator Mike

    John”The Economic Hitman” Perkins

    Yes I am aware of that book. And I agree such shit happens.
    1] These hitman tactics are used against first world White countries too. Russia was looted out after the USSR fell during the Yeltsin years, by the friends of leftist Democrat Clinton. Basically what you are dealing with are slimeball psychopath looters who will try to loot any country that has some weakness including the USA, like how a pathogen taking advantage of some weakness in a animals defense system. The Indian oligarch close to Modi, the Adani family, well their multinational corporation, raising money from Indian state owned Govt banks like the SBI (State Bank of India) are paying politicians in Canberra, Australia to push their controversial coal mining operations, an operation which could be an environmental disaster for the Great barrier Reef. a project opposed by many Australians including Aboriginals. This would be a case of Third World India neo-colonising First World Australia! The powerful Santos family of Angola bought out popular Portuguese newspapers in Portugal to control the narrative of their corruption in the entire Lusosphere, that would be case of Angola neo-colonising Portugal!.
    2]The neo-colonialist claim is that Western countries are still looting the resources of the ex-colonies and thus “keeping them down” and poor. But somehow the West neo-colonsiign looting could not keep South Korea, Taiwan, Singapore, the Gulf States like UAE, Oman, Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain etc… poor! Is Botswana less neo-colonised and exploited than say Senegal? On the contrary Botswana is economically much more closer to the evul West than Senegal, yet Botswanians enjoy a far higher standard of living than Senegalese of Mugabe’s Zimbabweans!
    3] The truth is, the Marxist buffoons, to explain a major fault in their idiotic ideology (the early Capitalist industrialized Western Countries like UK as well as Japan never turned full fledged Communist as was expected) came up with the bullshit Colonial Empire Metropoles looting the Colonies bullshit theories, you know pushing their excess production on the colonies. This theory is total rubbish as I have explained many times on
    This “Colonial Metropoles looting colonies” myth took a life of its own. So when many third world countries became independent, many darkies (brainwashed into hate YT due to leftard propaganda as well as native traditionalist blood-suckin elites) jumping with joy as now the hated YTs would become poor and they darkies, rich as colonial exploitation was to stop now with independence. But nothing of that sort happened, precisely because the “Imperial metropole looting colonies” theory was bullshit or at most blown out of proportion. Indeed de-colonisation led to an economic boom in Western Europe and Japan and the Great Divergence in between the West+ Japan & the rest actually increased, not decreased in the many decades after decolonization.
    So explain this anomaly chest thumpin third worlders and Western leftard morons came up with this concept of neo-colonisation, that evul Yt is still somehow looting the poor innocent (LMFAO) darkies, maybe by remote control.
    Thus to save the lunatic and idiotic Marxist idea of “industrialized nations naturally becoming Communist” the wrong and idiotic “colonial looting” theory was invented and to now save this lunatic “colonial looting” false theory, now they come up with the “neo-colonial” theory. Lies & bullshit built on lies & bullshit built on more lies & bullshit.
    That is why there is an idiotic theory popular among Africans that France still takes a colonial tax from many African countries, a theory easily debunked many times. Primitive chest thumpin minds have to explain why their countries are shit poor even after decolonisation.

    • Replies: @FB
  281. Malla says:
    @Commentator Mike

    4] This looting of Third World countries by Wall Street slimeballs has nothing to do with colonialism and should be called anti-colonialism not neo-colonialism. Indeed honest and professional White and Japanese colonial officers would have prevented or reduced the intensity of such lootings. That is one of the many reasons why Walls Street (allied with Communist countries) financed many de-colonisation movements of European Empires after WW2, they were happy to see honest White colonial officers replaced by corrupt brown/blacks elites. Loans were given for development by the slimeball IMF and World bank to in-debt these countries. For Example, for a few years before complete Independence of the British Colony of Gold Coast/Ghana, there was a power sharing Government where the Ghanaian “independence leader” Kwame Nkrumah shared some power with the British colonial officials. During this time, Nkrumah was trying to sign some deal with a YT American company (I believe a construction company) which was stopped by the YT British colonial officials because they thought that this deal would be harmful for the economy of the Gold Coast/Ghana, basically it was a Perkin’s economic hitman deal. Stopped by honest British colonial officials, pushed by a darkie marxist influenced “independence leader”!! So Perkin’s economic Wallstreet hit-man phenomenon is a part of the process of anti-colonialsm and cannot be equated to the original colonialism.
    5] Finally, if they want to talk about neo-colonisation, yes it exists. Many ex-colonies have themselves been colonisers and brutal imperialists but the Western leftard monkeys do not talk about this very much while they screech and gyrate like broken banshees about evul Western (or Japanese) neo-colonisation. Many examples but to give a few, Bangladeshi colonisation of the Chitagong Hill Tract region by settling Muslim Bengalis in traditional areas of native Buddhist tribals or the Indonesian colonisation of Western Papua or Irian Jaya. Yes, this is the neo-colonisation we need to talk about.
    6] This neo-colonisation fake narrative will not stop till the West (and maybe perhaps Japan) does not go under Communist slavery. That is why we do not hear much about the Russian Empire that much when it comes “colonial looting” theories. The Russia Empire was an European Imperial power just like the British Empire or French Empire. Ofcourse just like British (or French or other colonial) economy was not dependent on the economies its Imperial possessions, so with Russia. Indeed just like the Western colonial powers, I would not be surprised if Russia was losing money in say Central Asia. But we do not hear about the Russian Empire in these “colonial looting” discussions, why not? Because Russia had gone through the punishment of full blown Communism, not the West (& Japan) yet. All this neo-colonisation bullshit narrative is part of the whole bullshit Cultural Marxism movement (attack on traditional Western Civilization) and will not stop until the West (& Japan) comes under full blown Communism.

  282. Malla says:

    I guess China will get a little further before it is stuck in a middle income trap. India is already in that hole although it pretend otherwise.

    We are Middle income? Really? We are trapped in a lower income trap.

  283. FB says: • Website

    Yo TOOLstoy,

    I have no idea what that gibberish you just squirted is supposed to mean, other than that you mention Japan and Russia, and somehow appear to be disputing the well known fact that our Ponzi banking scheme requires ever greater immigration.

    However, I’m glad you mentioned Japan because this is in fact a perfect case study of how a Ponzi economy collapses. Of course being basically illiterate you would have no idea about Japan’s economic stagnation for the last THREE DECADES.

    Over the period of 1995 to 2007, GDP fell from $5.33 trillion to $4.36 trillion in nominal terms,[7] real wages fell around 5%,[8] while the country experienced a stagnant price level.

    The country’s stagnation has been dubbed the Lost Decade, and in fact has been more aptly called The Lost 30 Years by many.

    The slide started in 1991, after a major asset price bubble in the late 1980s that saw stock market and real estate prices go through the roof [sound familiar?]

    [Btw Toolstoy, you can tune out now, since the following discussion will require minimal reading comprehension and at least a nodding acquaintance with the concept of logic.]

    Those who remember the eighties will recall how Japan was literally eating America’s lunch. The Cold War was still on, China was still making pencils and Americans couldn’t get enough Sony and Toyota. Business schools and the retarded media were yapping nonstop about Japan’s ‘Lean Manufacturing,’ ‘The Toyota Way,’ and the ‘ Total Quality Management’ system pioneered in Japan. In 1980, a frazzled America asked, ‘If Japan can … Why can’t we?’

    A bit of economic background here. Forty years ago, the US was still a leading MANUFACTURING country in a world dominated by industry not finance. The nation’s prosperity rested on the well understood system of global trade. Countries that made good products that were in demand [the proverbial better mousetrap] were able to prosper. Those that weren’t didn’t.

    A basic primer on how this works. A country that produces goods that everyone wants to buy will see its currency in demand and increase in value…thus letting that country’s citizens access goods from abroad more cheaply, thanks to the strong exchange their money commands. A country that makes nothing that anybody wants to buy, will be in a double whammy. Not only is its currency not in demand [since nobody needs it if they aren’t buying your products], but it is more expensive to buy any other manufacturing country’s currency, and so your people’s standard of living declines as they have to pay more for those goods.

    That’s how it worked for a long time. The industrious Japs, and also the Germans, quickly rebuilt their bombed out industry in the immediate postwar years and started churning out good products that everybody wanted to buy. The US did not manage to do that. Nobody in Europe or Asia wanted to buy crappy Chevrolets and Delco radios.

    The result was a real crisis that blew up by 1980. At that time mortgages shot up to 20 percent. I remember how my folks scrambled to make ends meet. Many did not. That was the so-called ‘stagflation’ era, and Fed Chairman Paul Volcker kept interest rates high for several years, decimating consumers and small businesses. Probably more important, as far as the establishment was concerned, was that the moneyed elite, the richest fraction of one percent, were doing terribly and losing big time.

    Both Reagan and Thatcher got in on promises to turn things around. And they certainly did that…for the 0.1 percent. Again the historical wealth share graph:

    We see that the 0.1 percent’s share of wealth hit an all time bottom of just 7 percent in 1978. Then the ‘switch’ was thrown. Over the next three decades that number would more than TRIPLE. While everybody else just continued to tread water, and got used to getting by with less. Less good paying jobs in manufacturing. Less access to a higher education. Less health care. Less access to decent housing and on and on. Until today we have the gig economy, with young people looking forward to a life of delivering amazon parcels, driving uber, and living in mom’s basement.


    And of course, all the while the banking and finance sector grew MASSIVELY, from an insignificant share of GDP in the postwar years, to at least a THIRD OF THE ECONOMY by most measures today.

    And all throughout this so-called ‘new economy,’ immigration has been growing as fast as the finance sector. Not surprising, since I have already explained how creating money ONLY by means of interest-bearing debt, absolutely requires more and more borrowers EACH YEAR.

    A simple mathematical model to clarify this point. Let’s say you have an economy consisting of one single individual and a bank. The number doesn’t matter, it could be 1e6 [1 million people, or 10 to the sixth power, or one billion people, 1e9, 10 to the ninth power].

    That person takes a loan for 1000 dollars and is required to pay back 1,100 dollars in exactly one year. Where does that extra 100 dollars for the interest come from? Well, obviously some new individual must come forward and borrow more money from that bank. Because if no one does, then NO NEW MONEY COMES INTO EXISTENCE. That’s how the system is designed. No single dollar can be added to the money supply without someone BORROWING IT.

    [Incidentally, that money that is loaned out is NOT savings. Banks are required to keep only a 10 percent reserve on money that they lend. So if someone comes in and deposits one hundred dollars, the bank can turn around and lend out 1,000 dollars, WHICH IT DOESN’T HAVE AND WHICH DOESN’T YET EXIST. In practice that ten percent rule isn’t even applied or enforced, with all kinds of technical loopholes that end up with the reserve amount being at most 5 percent. And even that is not necessary to create new money from nothing, since the bank can go and BORROW funds from the FED, which is privately owned central banking cartel, if they need to cover their reserve.]

    Let’s go back to our example. In the second year, that bank has to find a NEW borrower, simply for there to be enough money in CIRCULATION to cover the 100 dollars interest that has accrued from borrower one. Now continue going into year three, and year four and so on. Obviously there is no going back. You now absolutely need BRAND NEW borrowers each and every year simply to have enough money to cover the interest that keeps piling up.

    Of course it doesn’t matter that the entire point of creating money is simply to have ‘chips’ that facilitate convenient buying and selling, and which chips have no intrinsic value of their own. At least that’s how it’s supposed to be.

    But let’s continue. We are now, let’s say, 10 years in from our jumping off point and that original 1000 dollar loan. The interest alone on that original 1000 dollars is 2,600 dollars [1.1^10 = 2.6]. now multiply that by tens of millions of people and loans and you are in a staggering hole. And guess what, in the next ten years, that number will be 6,700 dollars.

    THAT is what EXPONENTIAL MATH means. And ten years after that, that original 1,000 dollars, assuming the bank has let you carry it for 30 years and not pay it all back] is now over 17,000 dollars [1.1^30 = 17.4]. That exponential curve I mentioned previously is now shooting nearly straight up.

    How long can this go on? In another ten years, that original 1000 at ten percent interest will be 45 THOUSAND. [1.1^40 = 45].

    That’s the ‘magic’ of compound interest that Warren Buffet has been preaching about. Only it’s not so ‘magical’ when you are BORROWING. And much less ‘magical’ when you need to have several million new arrivals on our shores each year, so that the Ponzi Pyramid can keep going.

    And of course, mathematically, the Ponzi Scheme is simply the mirror image of this [negative-positive film]: investors come in and get an interest return; those investors are paid next year by the money coming in from NEW investors, and so on. Only fly in the ointment is the EXPONENTIAL MATH, and that skyrocketing doubling that gets shorter and shorter. With ten percent interest it took a little over seven years to double [1.1^7.5 = 2]. The next doubling came came a little quicker. And the one after that quicker yet. After a while, it will start doubling every year, then every month…until something gives.

    That’s why the Ponzi Scheme ALWAYS fails. how are you going to double the number of suckers/investors every year, year over year?

    And that’s why the immigration has been increasing in pace also, because just like the Ponzi investing scheme, the Ponzi lending scheme also must have new borrowers EXPONENTIALLY. Now it is true that the establishment narrative has been heavily evangelical in its sweet-sounding ‘liberal’ tones of do-goodery, as many observers have pointed out, for instance Kevin McDonald was mentioned here.

    But it is important to separate CAUSE from EFFECT. Is the rhetoric tail wagging the dog? Or is the liberal rhetoric about immigration simply the song and dance that the establishment has cooked up to make the demographic catastrophe palatable to the masses?

    Of course it is the latter. Very rarely do you see an actual tail wagging an actual dog. The simple fact is that this silly and self-serving rhetoric about the ‘good’ and ‘decent’ United States ‘welcoming’ poor immigrants, is simply a ridiculous pile of mascara on a very ugly pig. Just like the ridiculous and patently FAKE narrative about the ‘good’ and ‘decent’ United States going to war abroad to ‘rescue’ poor Iraqis and Afghans and Iranians from ‘tyranny’ and bringing them the gift of ‘freedom’ and ‘democracy.’

    Now, at the end of the day, one can in fact say that it is all a conspiracy. Yes it is. Just like the Ponzi Scheme is a pure criminal conspiracy, so the Ponzi Banking Scheme is a conspiracy to bring in ever more human chattel/borrowers to keep the gravy train going for the top 0.001 percent profiting from the giant financial octopus. And yes, it is indeed true that this finance sector is quite top-heavy with Jewish representation. There can be no denying that.

    But that doesn’t change the fact that things must be placed in their correct order. The cause for the massive and ever-increasing immigration is PURELY the need to keep the Ponzi Pyramid from collapsing. The fake rhetoric and ideological indoctrination that accompanies that is simply the manure that needs to be spread to lay the groundwork.

    And that is why Japan, which was suckered into playing the Ponzi finance game, collapsed. They too could have kept the scheme going had they been willing to bring in the necessary foreign immigrants that would keep it going.

    Russia, much to Putin’s discredit, appears to be going down the path of the United States. It is second only to the US in immigration, taking in people from all the former Soviet republics for exactly the same reason, having exactly the same kind of private banking system where money is created SOLELY as new debt.

    It is only China that is wisely keeping everything in the hands of the very capable state ruling structure, which is definitely working to advance the prosperity of the people. money is created AS NEEDED, to build factories and cities and housing. That is a very different kind of finance. Here the role of money is simply as a token of exchange: Build more stuff, produce more goods, and more money will be created to correspond EXACTLY with the new amount of real stuff that has been created.

    Now there is more to this story about how the world has come to this point. But a quick summation could be that under the ‘old school’ system, the US was in danger of going down the tubes. Japan was really threatening to leave the US and Europe in the dust in a kind of ‘second world’ status. Hence the Plaza Accord in 1985, which devaluated the US dollar in relation to the Yen.

    Its main aim was to provide an increased competitiveness of American and European exports, in relation to Japanese exports, by forcing through currency control.

    They basically got Japan to cut off its own arm, by signing on to a new, finance-led paradigm. The Jap asset price bubble followed, and the rest is history; thirty years of stagnation.

    The US ended up on top, stronger than ever in fact, and this was mostly engineered by very sharp-penciled Wall Street moneychangers [likely Jewish-led].

    Other factors came into play also. The securing of Middle East oil to be traded in dollars and the collapse of the Soviet Union, which opened up opportunities for very profitable military adventurism [Iraq, Afghanistan etc]. I won’t get into the mechanics of this now, but these military adventures have been a net GAIN, not a financial liability. Yet another example of how the people don’t understand what’s really going on. Again, Michael Hudson can explain this in great detail, as to how the world at large is obligated to buy dollar IOUs that the US spends on its wars. Yet another very important piece of the Ponzi operation.

    But…but but but…all of this is now clearly coming to an end. China has become the manufacturing powerhouse of the world, at the same time that the Ponzi math is beginning to bite here at home. There will be no Plaza Accord with China where the Ponzi masters of the universe manage to deploy a new twist and get themselves out of trouble. It’s all over. Just the fat lady yet to sing.

    • Agree: Jazman
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  284. FB says: • Website

    You haven’t the first clue about how the world actually works. And what makes it worse is that you’ve somehow convinced yourself that you do.

    Your examples are patently absurd. The Gulf monarchies are rich because they have lots of oil, a valuable commodity that is universally needed by every country.

    South Korea, Taiwan etc have managed to industrialize and have achieved prosperity. But North Korea is even more industrialized and has managed to advance scientifically far more than the South and is capable of sending satellites to space, and even assuring its existence by producing its own nuclear weapons. South Korea is a vassal state that doesn’t have the luxury of thinking about independence.

    And Korea was never a colony of anybody. not to mention that it is ridiculous to lump a Korea or an oil rich kingdom in with African countries that had their entire way of life upended by colonialism.

    Neo-colonialism in the postwar era is much more about FINANCE, which I discuss in this thread in some detail, than it is about simply taking stuff, as it was a hundred years ago. It is absurd to expect that these African countries can go from primitive agrarian societies to being industrialized in one fell swoop. Although China is going to help along in a very real way, with infrastructure as a start.

    And those examples of ‘reverse’ colonialism are simply examples of countries that have decided to play the game by house rules as they have been set by the HOUSE. Yes, a few here and there are going to succeed, like that dos Santos family of Angola, or that Indian company doing coal in Australia can make headway, just like any other determined individual player from anywhere else.

    But they can only go so far and can never break out. I just discussed at length the story of Japan, which was in fact threatening to upend the established, ‘colonial’ if you will, order of the US, Britain and Europe. Until they suddenly weren’t.

    A powwow was called. New rules were put in, and Bob’s your uncle. You’ve got a lot of studying ahead of you Malla, and it would help you if you threw off your silly preconceived notions about various labels and ideologies, which are only artificial nonsense that is indoctrination for simpletons.

    • Agree: Jazman
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  285. @Harold Smith

    There was no “apparent” intent to kill people. No one had any guns and the only person killed was a woman who served in the U.S. military for 14 years. She had no weapon on her and was killed in cold bold as the video’s show. Also you forgot that BLM had entered the same building and was just as aggressive a few months back. Aside from the people who actually entered the rest of the “Trump people were walking towards the building and stayed between two purple ropes….LOL You may hate Trumps personality, a lot of people do, but if you can’t see that this relatively mild protest, compared to the months of looting, burning and killing done by supporters of the democratic party, is being used as a propaganda extravaganza by the left and far left in this country, to take all power away from conservatives then you are kidding yourself.

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    , @Rabbitnexus
  286. Malla says:

    Why so we have trigger happy folks who jump around writing comments before even understanding what I wrote. You are some leftard YT in the USA I believe and people like you have zero clue in understanding the Third World and our mentality. I live in the Third World, I understand how people think here , western leftards are the last people on Earth who understand the Third World though all of them think they do.
    I never denied that Hitman book’s argument but what I am arguing is that the these blood sucking Wall Street type morons do not primarily target only Third World brown black countries. They will target any weakness in ANY country to make a buck. They are like parasites always looking for a weakness in the immune system of a country to strike. They would target Japan, Australia, Britain, any country if they could. Some years ago some Jew Wall Street finance hocho tried to screw the Korean company Samsung over. Samsung actually designs and manufactures (at times via outsourcing) real products unlike the Wallstreet type vampire monkeys who invent new financial instruments to loot more people. I also gave the case of Russia being looted out after the fall of the USSR, Russia was an industrialized White majority country. And that these hitman like operations are not the major reason why Third World countries are poor. There are many other factors at play. That is my main point.

    The Gulf monarchies are rich because they have lots of oil,

    That may be true, but they brown Arabs have been allowed to be prosperous. The Neo-colonialism argument common here in the Third World is that evul YT conspires to keep brown blacks poor. Which is bullshit.

    South Korea, Taiwan etc have managed to industrialize and have achieved prosperity.

    Again that is what I meant, the so called neo-colonialism “conspiracy” could not stop these countries from being prosperous. They may be vassals but they have a very high standard of living compared to Third World shitholes.

    And Korea was never a colony of anybody.

    Ummm…Japanese Empire!

    Neo-colonialism in the postwar era is much more about FINANCE

    Which I agree. When did I deny that?

    Japan….‘colonial’ if you will, order of the US, Britain and Europe.

    There is no order of US, Britain and Europe. There is an order of the USA. Japan and European nations at times have to bow down before this behemoth from time to time.

    ‘reverse’ colonialism are simply examples of countries that have decided to play the game by house rules

    There are no playing games. This is human nature. Guys like Adani family are mercantile banias who will loot a typical Anglo in less than 2 minutes. Our banias are more capitalist than any Westerner were ever were and always will be till the end of time. They even outdid the Jews in Antwerp in the diamond trade. You simply do not understand the Third World.

    It is absurd to expect that these African countries can go from primitive agrarian societies to being industrialized in one fell swoop.

    Again, I am in 100% agreement with you on that. Colonialism in Africa did not last long enough. Most of black Africa was colonised in the 1880s (some parts before that but only some regions) and after that we had WW1, Great depression and soon WW2. British India might have benefited a lot during WW2 financially but these events put a damper in new economic plans for Africa. And by 1960s all of them got decolonised. After that we had many morons screwing up the continent.

    Check out a Chinese guy working on some project in the Congo, telling a Congolese guy out of frustration, how the Belgians had built some of the most advanced infrastructure of their time (which even China did not have then) in the Congo and after independence the Congolese let everything go to ruin.
    Maybe now Chinese involvement will improve things. But guess what? Now the Africans are screeching and screaming that the Chinese are the new Colonisers!! Including people like Julius Malema the leader of the Communist EFF of South Africa.

    Julius Malema Doesn’t Want China Colonising Africa

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  287. @Harold Smith

    One more example of the lunacy and lies. A headline on Yahoo, an extreme leftist forum, just read, “Fifth member of Congress contracts virus after Riot”. There is not the slightest proof that these folks contracted the virus because of the “riots”. They were more in contact with each other than in contact with the “rioters”…!!

  288. FB says: • Website

    Look, I don’t have a lot of time right now so just a quick, short answer. But I am trying to help you to understand things as they really are, and I am telling you again that your first step should be to stop thinking in terms of indoctrination and things like ‘leftards’ and such. Btw I have no idea what ‘YT’ is supposed to mean, never heard of it.

    Anyway, here is a an example of how the same kind of deal can be very different. Let’s say a guy wants to buy a sports team. The city is desperate to get somebody in and they give him a sweet deal…they will build him a new stadium, he gets all the concession rights for food and beverage etc.

    Another guy is buying a different team in a different city. He gets nothing from a city that knows it’s holding all the cards. He has to commit to building a new stadium, he has to sign away lucrative concession rights to other local businesses etc.

    Point is you can’t make these kinds of silly comparisons that you have been making here among African countries, and Gulf oil kingdoms and East Asian countries etc. It’s ridiculous.

    And yes there is a GAME. If you think everything just goes by human nature then there is no hope that you will ever reach a point of understanding how things really work. With the oil states the game is that they have to sell oil in dollars or they get Saddamed. They also have to buy US military equipment, which is in fact the last standing pillar of US industry, and a very crucial one.

    The European countries also have their own kind of deals. Germany, which had a world-leading aerospace industry before the war, doesn’t get to be a key player in this space, only a supporting player, a bit player really. They don’t get nukes [Japs also] and they get to host US occupation armies that are in fact a major source of income for the US [see my above post about how the US Ponzi finance system benefits from debt, including military debt arising from empire costs.]

    Just like those sports team owners everybody has a different deal. Turkey just violated their deal in a major way by buying Russian armaments. Just as an example.

    Korea and Taiwan and the others have their own deal. Again, it is the details of those deals that make or break the situation. And yes, Korea was briefly occupied by Japan, as was Manchuria. But that is nothing like African colonialism, where you had a long term implantation of an entire system. Political, economic, religious. To this day you have the remnants of colonialism in Africa. I happen to be fond of a particular brand of coffee bean I found in a little shop that is from a family plantation in Tanzania. I don’t believe Japs have had anything to do with Korea for a long long time.

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  289. Malla says:

    In India we didn’t have anything similar to the Shenfan – Fanshen upheavals as was the case in China and I for one am grateful for it.

    We already had Socialism in India since 1947. Nehru and his gang belonged to the LEFT WING of the Congress party. What many morons do not understand here on this page (but as an Indian you would agree) is that India after 1947 took a socialist route with 5 year plans. We did not have full blown Communism and the Congress party even suppressed the Communists at times (and yet the USSR supported us!!) but the Nehruvian Congress looked up to the USSR and FDR’s New Deal economics to formulate their economic policies. It did increase industrialization India (unlike today’s moronic jhumla Modi Govt) but India still remained poor with very low growth.
    As far as the Communists, they did rule some major states. CPI (Communist Party of India) ran the state of West Bengal for decades (Jyoti Basu was chief minister for decades) and decimated industries there. West Bengal turned into a shithole. Today Bengalis still roam the rest of India looking for jobs. And remember, the Western part of British Bengal (which became the Indian state of West Bengal) during British times was an industrial powerhouse (East Bengal and thus Bangladesh was more agrarian), the CPI decimated all those industries with their moronic policies.
    The other major Indian state where we had Communist ruling for a long time was Kerala and the Commies there claim that it is because of them that literacy rate is so high there. But the ground works of these social improvements was already laid by the Travancore Kingdom, which a Princely State and thus not a part of British India proper but it was a society most friendly to British ideals and policies for India among all Indian societies outside Christians. Indeed the Travancore State was blessed to have British political residents of high caliber and the royal family was one of the most cooperative of all. Also the works of Christian missionaries played the most significant role in the increased literacy and social development of Kerala, way before the Commies even came on the scene.

    I agree that China is a powerhouse now.

    The rise of China has been brilliant but I doubt a system like that will work in India. Indians are too rebellious, flamboyant and chaotic unlike the more robotic Chinese for a system like that to run here.
    Also however screwed and corrupt our democracy is, we have rights which the Chinese do not. I mean our constitution (thanks to Dr. Ambedkar) allows us to take the Govt of India to court , I doubt one can do that to the CCP in China. For example, recently when the Indian Government tried to push the NWO bio-metric big brother Aadhar system, citizen lawyers took the Government of India to court on this issue for concerns of privacy in the Supreme Court of India. The Indian Government was heehawing infront of the Supreme Court and making weird excuses about the system they were imposing on Indians and the Government of India (run by Modi’s BJP) was soundly lambasted by the Supreme Court of India in harsh language. The Supreme Court declared that all Indians had a right to privacy and made the Aadhar system voluntary (not compulsory) to the disappointment of the Indian Government. In China, there was no peep about the sesame points system. Chinese are too robotic and submissive, the CCP could ever rule India the way they rule China. There would be riots every other day and the country would become un-managable. The separation of Executive, Legislature and Judiciary is a major asset we have even if Hindutva feudal forces are now trying to take over everything including the media. But the operations of the Hindu fundamentalist Indian right wing actually mirrors the operations of the Left in the West, the slow taking over of all institutions as well as low IQ moronic propaganda and thug monkeys on the street (low IQ anti-fa monkeys in the West and low IQ Gau rakshak Hindutva gangs in India) . The political Left of the West have more similarities in their sneaky operations and thuggery with our thaggard low IQ Hindutva Right Wing than the what the Hindutvas have with the Right wing of the West!!! But in policies they are far far far more right winged than the Western right wing including the Alt Right!!! Indeed compared to the mentality of an average Indian on the street, the mentality of Western mainstream right winged parties look like that of hippy leftards!!
    Also India is too traditional. That is why some early Indian Communist leader (some Bengali guy, I forgot who) in some Socialist Convention in the early 1900s remarked that it is very unlikely outright Communism would ever succeed in taking power in a proud traditional society like India, most Indians would never accept it and instead the Commies should support the Nationalists to get rid of the British Raj (which the Soviets and eventually the USA wanted). But the Nationalist Indian National Congress (INC) too was dominated by the Left Wing side of the the party (Jawaharlal Nehru, Jayprakash Narayan etc…) eventually.

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  290. @Dr. Charles Fhandrich

    There was no “apparent” intent to kill people. No one had any guns and the only person killed was a woman who served in the U.S. military for 14 years.

    Or so you barely assert but according to police reports some people were armed, and pipe bombs and “molotov cocktails” were found at the scene.

    No doubt you’ll blame that on agents provocateurs but violence and threats of violence seems to be typical behavior exhibited by fanatical Trump supporters of which there are many.

    But to the extent your purely speculative statement may be true, it doesn’t diminish my point.

    She had no weapon on her and was killed in cold bold as the video’s show.

    So what? That’s irrelevant. In an unprecedented act, a bunch of fanatical Trump supporters attacked and invaded the capitol bldg. and in so doing they committed crimes, apparently thinking that their messiah was going to intervene and save them from the consequences of their actions.

    You may hate Trumps personality, a lot of people do,

    Yo shit for brains, Trump’s “personality” is indistinguishable from that of Charles Manson. He lied to me to steal my vote. He defrauded me and millions of others. He stole the 2016 election just the same as if he’d rigged voting machines; capisce? Then, having lied his way into the highest office in the land, he betrayed me and used the illegitimate power to do jew dirty work, ultimately threatening all life on this planet with his nuclear brinkmanship and dangerous provocations against Russia, China and Iran.

    …but if you can’t see that this relatively mild protest, compared to the months of looting, burning and killing done by supporters of the democratic party, is being used as a propaganda extravaganza by the left and far left in this country, to take all power away from conservatives then you are kidding yourself.

    Regardless of your misleading characterization of the “insurrection” it’s clear that Trump is a “messiah” to many people.

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    , @Turk 152
  291. Malla says:

    first step should be to stop thinking in terms of indoctrination

    indoctrination? What?

    Anyway, here is a an example of how the same kind of deal can be very different.

    Listen, I know all about these deals and the American Ponzi financial Empire, I knew all this before I even started writing on Unz. I agree with everything you write and I am not a fan of this system. But I am not convinced that this is the sole factor in determining why some countries are rich and some poor. Important factor sure, but there are many other factors at work too. India has such a deal with the US Empire too, our software industry is the result of such a deal.

    And yes, Korea was briefly occupied by Japan, as was Manchuria. But that is nothing like African colonialism

    You have not met a Korean nationalist, have you? They complain about the Japanese Empire in the exact same way as Africans/Indians complain about the European Empires. Of course all of them complainers are mostly wrong. The fact that the Japanese Empire in Korea was very short lived by Empire standards, maybe about 60 years at the most, (1890s to 1945) should discredit all the blaming and screaming in Korea which is pushed by the left winged morons (VANK) of that country. And come to think about it most (not all) African countries were colonies for about 80 years from the 1880s to 1960s, less than a century. The Ottoman Empire and the Moorish rule over Iberia were way longer in duration.

    where you had a long term implantation of an entire system. Political, economic, religious.

    Most African countries were colonized less than a century and after independence many of them (unwisely) discontinued many of the economic policies and even political systems followed by the earlier Colonial Governments. Tanzania for example in 1967, just six years after independence had the Arusha Declaration, which codified a commitment to socialism (ujama socialism) and banks and many large industries were nationalised. Tanzania even aligned with P.R. China, which way back then, from 1970 to 1975 financed and helped build the 1,860-kilometre-long (1,160 mi) TAZARA Railway from Dar es Salaam to Zambia. Tanzania was also used as base by China against the Portuguese Empire (Mozambique & Angola) as well as Rhodesia and South Africa. But from the late 1970s, Tanzania’s economy tanked during the international economic crisis. So not all African countries followed the policies of the earlier colonial government.
    And if you talk about long term effects of Colonial systems, Ethiopia was never colonized except for the short period of Italian rule (when the evul Italian fascists released traditional slaves). Ethiopia then had a Soviet backed Communist system under the Derg from the 1970s till 1991, when the USSR and the Warsaw Pact countries collapsed. Not a very stellar performance. Extremely low income country in 1991 (even today but economy growing very fast today) with mass deaths during Derg rule.

  292. voicum says:
    @Ron T

    Ron this is your level of understanding ? Occam’s razor ? You should get out of this site and go and complete your second grade elementary education.

  293. @FB

    You irritate me! You are really good.

    • LOL: FB
  294. @Skeptikal

    If you didn’t grow up watching” Happy Days” on TV every night, well you might not get it!

  295. @cortesar

    Our own corrupted governments and media may lie, but nobody who watched that election or who has even looked at some of the evidence of fraud can deny it was stolen. That is the narrative among ordinary people in Australia as it is in a few other countries I am familiar with through family and close friends. I am also a Shia Muslim , Aussie and a Socialist all my life, so any suggestion I am a Conservative or likely Trump supporter would be preposterous. Like many I have supported him from 2016, only because he wasn’t Clinton and this time for the same reason, different name. My opposition to Biden is because he is all the things being thrown falsely at Trump, who isn’t even a racist. He is a class snob but tries to hide it but couldn’t care less about skin colour or sexual orientation. His last notable act before running as a conservative was to fight for the “right” for a trannie to compete in Miss Universe. He was the sole voice against the rest of the committee. he won more black votes than any other Republican president, too many for Dems to have won. Tat was because not all blacks were unaware of the good he did for them, more than any previous president since Lincoln. He too was not a Democrat. Dems have no real ideology. It shifts with necessity and the only consistent thing about Liberals today is hypocrisy.

  296. @Peripatetic Itch

    She has been living in Australia all this time. She has nothing to do with America, other than rightly speaking against their actions in support of ISIS in Syria.

    Tulsi Gabbard has adopted too many of the war party talking points and is a CFR member and Illuminati/Deep State/Synagogue of Satan (take your pick) puppet.

  297. @Harold Smith

    Regardless of what was “found at the scene” it was not used and nothing proves who could have planted it at the scene. This is exactly what you’d assert if it were the other way around. However as we know if it had been, there’d have been no need, because A) they would have been used and B) they’d not have had to answer for any of it anyway. The unseemly rush to find excuses to pin further blame and demonstration on them only emphasizes how little there really is, compared to Leftist riots, looting, arson and violence which needed no help to be seen as crimes, only to be acknowledged by a crooked cabal detailed by Israeli Shamir so no need for me to repeat it. You should be ashamed, but being what you are,m lack the capacity for fairness, mutual respect, the rights of others or honesty. You are the self chosen elite referred to. There were at least two men being identified as ANTIFA smashing windows while protesters chanted ANTIFA and tried to stop their vandalism, which later they were blamed for. One self described Liberal activist reported his eyewitness statement of the murder of Ashli Babbit, so we have people within the group from a mob which already has proven it’s violent cred over many months of looting, riots, arson and violence which has actually killed 47 people. A big difference to this blip on the screen which killed nobody, had their own killed and who are being blamed for the deaths of people who died of natural causes and a cop who committed suicide. Probably out of shame for what he had participated in. A trap, frame-up, and murder of US citizens who had a genuine grievance and merely wanted to believe in their electoral process, so were owed the right to a recount to set their concerns aside, and if there wasn’t substantial fraud, naturally the other side would not have wasted the opportunity to prove it and humiliate Trump supporters.

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  298. @Dr. Charles Fhandrich

    he can of course see the comparison, what he cannot see is the problem. Double standards are built into modern Liberalism. This is the self chosen elite being described. We have us a living example, a specimen of the species and it is showing the exact characteristics described. maybe Israel pays him to perform on his article as a sort of set piece demonstration. Helpful illustration for any who don’t get what he means about them.

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  299. @Rabbitnexus

    Regardless of what was “found at the scene” it was not used and nothing proves who could have planted it at the scene. This is exactly what you’d assert if it were the other way around.

    First, let’s say for the sake of argument that the Trump supporters at the “insurrection” were all reasonable, mild-mannered Mister Rogers clones and let’s say everything found was planted by agents provocateurs. So what? All things considered, that in itself does not refute my characterization of Trump as some kind of a “messiah” to his deluded followers. (And BTW Trump has also compared himself to Jesus Christ).

    Second, what I’d “assert” “if it were the other way around” would be congruent with what I have said here several times in the past: BLM/Antifa are mere rental mobs; and as such they are far less dangerous than the deluded, morally bankrupt ideologues that have chosen the deranged demagogue Trump as their messiah. Nobody had to pay Cesar Sayoc to mail pipe bombs to Trump critics because Cesar, like many if not most other Trump supporters, are delusional ideologues willing to do violence on behalf of his their messiah.

    The deranged demagogue Trump and his deluded morally bankrupt supporters can be compared to the deranged demagogue Charles Manson and his deluded morally bankrupt supporters. They are both nothing more than violence-prone cults of deranged people, and that’s why there are thousands of troops in Washington DC as I type this.

    BTW I am not a “liberal” and I of course do not support Biden and associated scumbags. Unlike you however I will not eat dog shit because someone says it’s better than cat shit.

  300. @Rabbitnexus

    We have us a living example, a specimen of the species and it is showing the exact characteristics described. maybe Israel pays him to perform on his article as a sort of set piece demonstration.

    LOL! You’re supposed to be looking at your monitor, not your mirror, as you type your infantile jew drivel.

  301. @Athena

    Pure truth emanating from this gals mouth. Cowards, lambs, the go along to get alongs, have never accomplished a single important thing in the world, let alone freed themselves of their shackles.

    • Replies: @Harold Smith
  302. @Athena

    So why did Trump escalate in Syria rather than withdraw the troops? Why did Trump risk WW3 by attacking the Shayrat airbase? Why did Trump seize Syrian oilfields? Why did Trump try to start war with Iran by assassinating General Soleimani? Why didn’t Trump withdraw from Afghanistan? Why is Trump trying to starve Venezuela into submission?

    Obama was a mass murdering scumbag, but even Obama understood that starting a war with Iran was a bad idea; not so the evil orange messiah, Trump.

    Even Obama, the mass-murdering scumbag that he was, understood that nuclear war was a bad idea; not so the evil orange messiah, Trump. Obama signed the New START treaty with Medvedev, and the evil orange messiah, Trump, single-handedly trashed all the nuclear treaties. And this, in conjunction with his escalating series of provocations against Russia, China and Iran, took the world back to the most dangerous days of the cold war.

    Put simply, Trump et al. are dog shit and Biden et al. are cat shit; stop pretending that it is good to eat dog shit because it is somehow better than cat shit.

  303. @Dr. Charles Fhandrich

    What you apparently fail to realize is that Trump brought Biden to power. Trump reanimated the political corpse of Joe Biden. If Trump had conducted himself in a reasonable manner and actually put America first, rather than Israel and the jewish-supremacist agenda for example, Trump would’ve won the election by such a landslide that he couldn’t have been cheated out of it. But no; con man Trump betrayed his base and lost the race.

    Only a lying, Israel-first scumbag like Trump could’ve made a scumbag like Biden an appealing political choice. Accept it.

    • Replies: @Zarathustra
  304. @Harold Smith

    So far I have never met anybody in my life who could be so illogical, and confused as you.
    Keep up the good work.
    It makes the discussion lively and interesting.

    • Replies: @Harold Smith
  305. @Zarathustra

    So far I have never met anybody in my life who could be so illogical, and confused as you.

    You’re supposed to be looking at your monitor, not your mirror, as you type your infantile jew drivel, chumpy.

  306. Turk 152 says:
    @Fatima Manoubia

    Unz, MOA, the Saker, practicing censorship? What are you talking about? You can say whatever you want on these sites. Unz will probably allow you post 30 more post with a dissertation on each pontificating on all of your disjointed analysis. There will certainly be people piling on your logical inconsistencies or just pissed off that you are saying things they don’t want to hear, but censorship, here, really?

    Perhaps you can give us a specific example of your censored comments.

  307. Turk 152 says:
    @Harold Smith

    You need to put much more faith in the actual facts and results and much less in your links. The facts are that many people occupied the capital for a considerable length of time. If the intention was murder, with the type of weaponry that is available to the US citizen it would not take long at all for an actual killer to kill on a very large scale. Secondly, look at Unz, you can say whatever you want here. That is not indicative of cult behavior. Bush fostered can cult behavior because nobody could say anything against the Iraq War, and the Democrats have so many sacred cows and so much repetitive, scripted thought that it is a minefield talking to them. We can’t discuss Hilarys servers, Obama’s Wars. Russiagate, steal the vote without 90 percent of Dems completely losing their sh&t. How many posters do you see here who think Trump is a Messiah, most think he sold out to Bibi, but defend him anyway on principle vs Obama who definitely has messiah status on the left.

    Wise up, the CIA is using their extensive understanding of cults to program the left to fight their fellow citizens on the right, tooth and nail.

    • Replies: @Harold Smith
  308. @Turk 152

    You’re just being contrary. At issue is whether or not Trump has become a “messiah” to many of his followers and the obvious answer to that question is “yes.” If the evidence of this were water we’d be drowning in it. Support for Trump among his followers transcends political partisanship; it has no rational basis whatsoever as he’s done nothing but betray them. Look at the case of Paul Craig Roberts for a particularly pathetic example of a brainwashed cultist. The irrational support for Trump apparently rests on nothing but blind faith. The “Trump insurrection” was a religious event attended by religious fanatics. Trump is Charles Manson in a suit and tie and his deluded morally incompetent followers are indistinguishable from the Manson family. Accept it.

    • Replies: @Turk 152
  309. Since the usual far-right suspects came here again holding their usual lies to slander the historic and heroic socialist revolution of workers and peasants resulting in the honorable USSR , I would want to present this manuscript document of a fighter, amongst other workers and farmers, of the glorious Battle of Stalingrad, Hero of the USSR Marshal V.I Chuikov, debunking once for all traitor of his Motherland, sold to the enemy, Solzhenistsyn:

    Letter From Vasily Chuikov to Solzhenitsyn About the Book “GULAG Archipelago”

    • Replies: @FB
    , @geokat62
    , @Malla
  310. Turk 152 says:
    @Harold Smith

    I am not questioning whether or not Trump has cult followers – he certainly does and some are here on Unz. Even the weirdly moronic GWB and his goon Cheney had cult followers in the Evangelical community to the bitter end. It is nothing to say our broken political system fosters cult behavior, rather than substantive policy debate. My point is that the Trump cultists are not that important and you are saying that everyone who follows Trump is a cult follower, even Paul Craig Roberts. This meme is similar, to everyone from the South, who is white and male and voted for Trump, did so because they are a racist, but I am not racist, even though I just condemned an entire race. You know that meme of Trump being racist was crafted by spin doctor, think tanks and intelligence agencies and is reinforced daily by our talking heads, which pretty much confirms that very influential paid MSM shills are creating an unreality and it is the DNC official position. Americans have been racist, homophobic for a very long time, it was the old normal. You dont have any crazy uncles in your family who spout of racist crap? New Yorkers, that I talk to who knew pre-politic Trump, said he did not care about race at all, as long as you made him money. Even if he is racist, do you think that urban Dems, oozing with condescension and virtue signaling, and without a single, black, Muslim, or Latin American friend are somehow not racist or have the slightest depth of thought on the subject, because they have decided to hate Trump who they deem to be?

    My point is who is the cultist, and who is grounded in rational thought? Paul Craig Roberts, who knows a quite a bit about US politics and is stating the obvious, US elections get stolen and Trumps was probably stolen too? Why not, why would this time be any different? Does hanging chads ring a bell? How about LBJ? Versus the current DNC Pearl clutching over the sanctity of the US elections and Pelosi’s readiness to crack down on the treasonous nobody’s who marched into the capital bizarrely under police guidance and did nothing for a few hours except display their tattoos? When it comes to US election fraud, which one of us are currently living in a land of mythology and fairy tales? The pearl clutchers or the election skeptics?

  311. ivan says:

    Thanks for the inside track Malla.

  312. geokat62 says:
    @Fatima Manoubia

    … the historic and heroic socialist revolution of workers and peasants resulting in the honorable USSR…

    Historic and heroic [bolshevik] revolution? Watch this documentary and tell me if you still think it’s historic and heroic.

    Chekist (Russian movie with English subtitles):


    Srubov is a part of CHEKA, the secret police Lenin established after the Bolshevik Revolution. They arrest, interview for a minute, try in ten seconds, and execute intellectuals, aristocrats, Jews, clergy, and their families. In the building basement, five people at a time are shot as they stand naked facing wooden doors. No one to remember their last words; no martyrs, just anonymous bodies. Daily, the kangaroo court, the executions, the loading of bodies onto wagons. Srubov is cold, distant, sexually dysfunctional, and a deep thinker, hated by former friends and his family. As he tries to reason the nature of revolution and the purpose of CHEKA, he slowly goes mad.

  313. Malla says:
    @Fatima Manoubia

    historic and heroic socialist revolution of workers and peasants

    LOL “heroic revolution” funded by Wall Street bankers.
    Peasants of a traditional country supporting an atheist revolution! Does not happen in a sane universe. Try selling that bullshit to someone else.

    honorable USSR

    which got a lot of help from the similarly “honourable” Corporatist USA via land lease during WW2.
    Yeah, very honourable. LOL.

    Though I must agree, that the USSR achieved many scientific and technological breakthroughs, far ahead of the West and there are many aspects of the USSR, I do admire.

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