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Thousands storm Capitol as GOP takes action

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.

At one point, officials estimated up to 7,000 people had spilled into the Capitol, some coming through doors and windows opened from the inside, including one legislative office and several bathrooms. Some door knobs and door handles were removed, Donovan said.

Officers eventually retrenched to the third floor, Donovan said, adding, “it was felt by several law enforcement officials that the best solution was to keep everybody safe” and stop trying to keep the crowds out.

That article is not about today in Washington, that’s about 9 years ago in Madison, from the Wisconsin State Journal:

Thousands storm Capitol as GOP takes action

State Journal staff Mar 10, 2011

These kind of mob actions in Madison went on for months in 2011. But they’ve disappeared down the memoryhole because the mob was Democratic. So, therefore, they were the Good Guys, not the Bad Guys. It’s hard to remember facts that contradict The Narrative.

In contrast, the childish LARPers who got into the US Capitol today will of course go down in Narrative infamy, like the Charlottesville LARPers. They were the designated Bad Guys already, so their bad behavior plugs seamlessly into the prefab Narrative.

That’s not fair, but that’s how it works.

By the way, do Democrats now favor the use of facial recognition software for prosecuting the trespassers?

Democrats have objected to facial recognition’s use in prosecuting tens of thousands of BLM looters videotaped doing Undocumented Shopping during the George Floyd mourning process. But perhaps they will now have a change of mind over facial recognition’s utility.

Another question: How much rioting would there have been in D.C. if Trump had won?

We can tell who was the main threat by the behavior of D.C. business owners who boarded up their windows during Election Week until Joe Biden was announced the winner.

From WUSA9 in Washington D.C. after Biden had been declared the victor by the media:

DC businesses start to take down plywood after 2020 Election worries

DC officials asked all businesses and property owners to remove boards and fencing that were put up last week across the District.

Author: Nick Boykin (WUSA9)
Published: 8:17 PM EST November 8, 2020

WASHINGTON — DC officials on Sunday asked all businesses and property owners to remove boards and fencing that were put up last week across the District.

WUSA9 saw some had started the process Sunday night, with people still celebrating in the District after former Vice President Joe Biden was projected to be President-elect by multiple media outlets.

There were not tons of damage seen on election night.

A lot of the fears were due to the destruction of property that happened after outrage over George Floyd’s death sparked peaceful and violent demonstrations in the Nation’s Capitol.

In other words, if Trump had, say, eked out a 269-269 Electoral College tie with a vote by state delegations in the House giving him a second term, DC would look more or less like this today after the Mostly Peaceful Protesters were done with it:

 
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  1. Yeah.

    • Replies: @MEH 0910
    @JimDandy

    Ann Coulter Retweeted:
    https://twitter.com/UPIPhotos/status/1045393181729320961

    Replies: @YetAnotherAnon, @follyofwar

    , @Richard B
    @JimDandy


    In contrast, the childish LARPers who got into the US Capitol today will of course go down in Narrative infamy, like the Charlottesville LARPers. They were the designated Bad Guys already, so their bad behavior plugs seamlessly into the prefab Narrative.
     
    It looks like the protesters were joined by "protesters" just like at C'ville.

    The Hostile Elite: They're going to protest. So, let's send the usual team of "protesters", media, etc. to sabotage it, so as to justify even more totalitarian measures. We might want to throw in a "shooting" just to make it look good. Oh, and speaking of making it look good, make sure they video the victim coming out and get a close up of the fake blood. They wont' know the difference. And even if they do, so what?
     
    After all they've done already so far in this now not so young century, from September 11th to Covid, Floyd, the Election, etc. and after all we've been through, we've earned the right to be sceptical, about everything.
    , @Wally
    @JimDandy

    No surprises here:

    Journalist Describes Antifa Activists at US Capitol: https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/01/indie-journalist-tayler-hansen-describes-antifa-activists-encountered-us-capitol/

    Video Surfaces of Capitol Police Leading Protesters in Washington Into the Capitol: https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/01/going-another-video-surfaces-capitol-police-leading-protesters-washington-capitol/

    VIDEO: Capitol Police Removed Barriers and Allowed Protesters to Walk Right Into the Capitol: https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/01/video-capitol-police-removed-barriers-allowed-protesters-walk-right-capitol/

    Replies: @JimDandy

  2. It’s astounding
    time is fleeting
    madness
    takes its toll
    but listen
    closely
    not for very much longer
    i’ve got to
    keep control

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @J.Ross

    Nice Rocky Horror reference. I am kicking myself still, 6 hours later, for not going to this thing and taking part in history. I had not planned ahead, and the last-minute logistics didn't work out.

    I am so proud of these people for doing something pro-active for a change. Among this huge mass of patriotic Americans, the fact that the direction of this country will not be changed via voting must have finally sunk in.

    What do you think about LOCKDOWNS now, political class?!

    #SENATE LOCKDOWNS DAILY!

    Replies: @Rufus Clyde

  3. LARPers Sailer? What have you actually done except blog to change the trajectory of things? Whine about how your are getting run over? Whine about being deplatformed? Write here on Unz’s blog… a guy who loves demographic change… Well the sumbitch got it good and hard… Georgia has lots of cholos… I bet looking out of his navel gazing he doesn’t even know that. Yup. Turned the state blue… just like his beloved cholos turned Virginia red by the minute… Amnesty is coming Unz you ccksucker…

    So keep on blogging… until they make this a hate crime… and that is coming… You gonna get off your ass then?

    • Agree: Catdog, Kent Nationalist
    • Replies: @Matt Buckalew
    @Stonewall Jackson

    Nothing would make Unz or Sailer more excited than if old chuckie Schumer tapped them on the shoulder and said “alright boy-o things have gone too far you are commissar for keeping the blacks in their place.”

    Sailer and Unz hate black swagger they are on board with everything else the cathedral pushes.

    , @scrivener3
    @Stonewall Jackson

    As the raging Russian said, ideas matter.

    Hegel and Marx caused more human suffering than all the serial killers of modern usa and all they did was write books.

    The Scottish enlightenment lifted more people out of grinding poverty and political oppression than Mother Teresa.

    Replies: @Richard B

    , @Anonymous
    @Stonewall Jackson

    Thanks for posting this. I was so pissed off by Sailer’s dismissive comment, especially as our country, political system, and our American way of life is unraveling before our eyes.

    Equally disgusting is the condemnation by “conservative” talking heads of the patriots who stormed the Capitol today. I guess these “conservative” commentators would’ve roundly condemned members of the Boston Tea Party and advocated that colonists follow the rule of law and Britannia.

    Replies: @Hypnotoad666, @Joseph Doaks, @Bill

    , @Colin Wright
    @Stonewall Jackson

    '...So keep on blogging… until they make this a hate crime… and that is coming… You gonna get off your ass then?'

    If he decides to, should he post it on the internet?

    , @Dr. X
    @Stonewall Jackson

    He's right, you know.

    , @MEH 0910
    @Stonewall Jackson


    What have you actually done except blog to change the trajectory of things?
     
    That was enough to get Trump elected in the first place. Steve Sailer changed the course of American history.

    https://twitter.com/vdare/status/859097285371867139

    Replies: @Pat Hannagan, @Peter Akuleyev

    , @Inselaffen
    @Stonewall Jackson

    He's calling them LARPers because they weren't there to stage a proper 'revolution', or even do anything directly politically effective, but just to have a kind of party of sorts; a coup as another 'experience' for selfies, the postmodern way (that's all that westerners under the age of ~50ish would know, after all).

    to illustrate:

    Here's a guy LARPing at staging a coup:
    https://i.ytimg.com/vi/7FqUe_wg7_o/hqdefault.jpg

    here's a guy staging an actual coup:
    https://i.imgur.com/qzBxG.jpg

    Replies: @Corvinus

    , @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race
    @Stonewall Jackson

    What has your ass done besides comment on this blog?

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

  4. Should Trump resign over what happened today, which he undoubtedly contributed to?

    Will he pardon anyone charged with federal crimes — will they be charged with federal crimes or will they all be DC metro crimes? Can he pardon John Does so that people identified after he’s out of office aren’t charged with federal crimes?

    This has never happened before so a lot of questions come to mind.

    • Replies: @Stan Adams
    @notsaying

    Yes, Trump should most definitely resign ... as soon as every single politician who pushed the bullshit George Floyd narrative does so, as well.

    Replies: @Bubba

    , @Joe Stalin
    @notsaying

    He needs to lift GHWB's "Ban on Assault Rifles" Executive Order before he leaves office.

    It's the LEAST he could do after years of "Preserve the Second Amendment" rhetoric for which all we got in return for voting for him was a ban on so-called "Bump Stocks."

    Maybe Wayne LaPierre ought to ask him if we could get that as a small consolation prize.

    , @Excal
    @notsaying

    "Undoubtedly contributed"? He told them to go home. Did Trump let them into the Capitol building?

    Somebody did. If security were on any sort of alert -- as obviously they would have been if there were the slightest expectation of violence -- nobody would get within five hundred yards of those doors without their head getting blown off.

    And how did that knucklehead photographed at Pelosi's desk even know where it was? Who doesn't see that this was all staged -- literally political theatre?

    If Trump really was behind this, then he's a complete idiot, and it's probably a blessing that he's out of power.

    , @socialschism_works
    @notsaying

    Photos and videos of antifa, in the building, false-flagging.

    , @Justsaying
    @notsaying

    Funny how passions are on fire for either of two Zionist controlled donkeys. That speaks mountains about the despicable state of our politics and sovereignty. And about the nearly 150 million donkey foals hanging on the tails of their bellwethers.

    , @Wally
    @notsaying

    Resign for what?
    For speaking the truth?

    Besides, Trump has no control of Antifa actions.

    recommended:

    Known Antifa members posed as pro-Trump to infiltrate Capitol: https://nypost.com/2021/01/07/known-antifa-members-posed-as-pro-trump-to-infiltrate-capitol-riot-sources/

    Congressman was warned Tuesday by Capitol Police that “intelligence suggested fascist ANTIFA was going to try and infiltrate the Trump rally by dressing like Trump supporters.: https://www.al.com/news/2021/01/mo-brooks-blames-antifa-for-capitol-riots-says-he-was-warned-about-fascist-infiltration-of-rally.html

    , @Mick Jagger gathers no Mosque
    @notsaying

    He will pardon Bill Cosby. He thinks setting black criminals free increases his popularity, the only thing, ultimately, he cares about.

    , @Kyle
    @notsaying

    The people who committed crimes must face a jury of their peers.

  5. God the media shills are going to be relentless. Michael Brendan O’Flaherty me heart belongs to Ireland Dougherty has already come out with the strongest condemnation. What a bunch of cowards.

    It is a shame about that young girl though. Tragic. Were the police fired upon or threatened? Didn’t look like it. Ugh.

    • Replies: @bomag
    @Danindc


    God the media shills are going to be relentless.
     
    I caught NPR mid-afternoon, with enough background noise I couldn't quite get the words, but I got a tempered sense of euphoria and glee from the hosts. I assumed the Georgia senate races had been called for Ds, and they just didn't want to gloat openly like they usually do. I moved closer for details, and learned of this undocumented shopping.

    I thought of Hitler, after the failed bomb/coup plot, channeling his inner Joe Biden, chortling that he had his political opponents right where he wanted them...
    , @danand
    @Danindc

    "Were the police fired upon or threatened?"

    Danindc, no, the police were not fired upon, no protester weapons involved. A man right behind her said the police ordered the poor woman to stop, she did not; so she was shot in the neck. She then fell back onto him and started to convulse. Perhaps the police felt threatened?

    May not be much of an investigation, as the woman was not a POC. And as a Trump supporter, unlikely LGBTQ.

    Republican "leading voices" can hardly contain themselves in their rabid denunciation of what are some their more enthusiastic supporters. More than a bit ill over it all.

    Replies: @Thomas, @Bubba

    , @Anon
    @Danindc


    It is a shame about that young girl though. Tragic. Were the police fired upon or threatened? Didn’t look like it. Ugh.
     
    Apparently she was middle aged. She was shot while trying to breach a the broken upper glass part of a door. I'm not sure the cops on the other side could tell she was a woman.

    https://twitter.com/Angry_Staffer/status/1346978931539374081

    https://twitter.com/BigDumbSwede/status/1346958570433228800

    Replies: @anonymous, @Corvinus

    , @freedom-cat
    @Danindc

    I'm finding myself taking more breaks from news as I get filled with too much rage and anger over the election, the covid lies, and what looks like a Triune power cabal making their move on our nation: The Democrats, Technocrats, and Mainstream media.

    Replies: @Scut Farkus, @Danindc

  6. Brilliant historical parallel, though that and $7 will get you a gallon of gas by 2022 in the Harris administration.

    Call the interlopers “childish,” but Congress today is getting only a fraction of what they truly deserve — their hubris and contempt for the American taxpayer have gone way beyond out of control.

    • Replies: @SunBakedSuburb
    @Known Fact

    "Call the interlopers 'childish'"

    Steve stated that Oliver Stone's JFK script is "silly." I will never forgive or forget. But I do think he's correct in regards to the maturity level of President Blumpft's followers. I've Trump fans in my family, so I'm feeling sympathy for the white working class that found hope in the orange one.

    , @Anon
    @Known Fact

    You may call them childish because they won't organize, and they won't give Congress what deserves.
    I am talking of all who voted Trump by the way.

    Just have enough resolve, go on a general strike nation-wide, refuse to take part in anything, pay any taxes, and so on, till the Supreme Court or whatever courts decides to check the huge anomalies occurred in this election.
    Then they would be forced to.

    But this won't happen; why? Childishness.

    Replies: @ConqueringFools

    , @phillip sawicki
    @Known Fact

    The US already has a one party totalitarian state, so what happens after Jan 20 will be nothing new. Only a violent revolution will stop the two parties from giving the Defense Deparetment more than 700 billion each year in a vain attempt to rule the world.

  7. This reminds me of that Jimmy Stewart movie, Mr. Smith Goes To Washington. But this is more heartwarming…

    • LOL: Hypnotoad666
    • Replies: @James O'Meara
    @Flimpkin-4

    I prefer the remake.

    https://youtu.be/GWHJTvzC-Qo

    , @Achmed E. Newman
    @Flimpkin-4

    I never got around to watching that famous movie, but LOL and Thanks, just the same.

  8. Its such a stark difference from the BLM/Antifa crowd, it will be hard to make the smear stick.

    I suspect some new horror will quickly distract us from the first horror of 2021.

    Is there every really just a single bad year? In 477, did all the Romans look around and say “whew! Glad 476 is done. That was a rough year. Stuff is really turning the corner in ’77!”

    • LOL: Bardon Kaldian
    • Replies: @Oswald Spengler
    @Paul Rise

    I wonder which President will be the Romulus Augustulus of the American Empire?

    Replies: @Cthulu Smith, @Rob McX

    , @New Dealer
    @Paul Rise


    Is there every really just a single bad year? In 477, did all the Romans look around and say “whew! Glad 476 is done. That was a rough year. Stuff is really turning the corner in ’77!”
     
    Yes.

    https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2018/11/why-536-was-worst-year-be-alive

    Ask medieval historian Michael McCormick what year was the worst to be alive, and he's got an answer: "536." Not 1349, when the Black Death wiped out half of Europe. Not 1918, when the flu killed 50 million to 100 million people, mostly young adults. But 536. In Europe, "It was the beginning of one of the worst periods to be alive, if not the worst year," says McCormick, a historian and archaeologist who chairs the Harvard University Initiative for the Science of the Human Past.

    A mysterious fog plunged Europe, the Middle East, and parts of Asia into darkness, day and night—for 18 months. "For the sun gave forth its light without brightness, like the moon, during the whole year," wrote Byzantine historian Procopius. Temperatures in the summer of 536 fell 1.5°C to 2.5°C, initiating the coldest decade in the past 2300 years. Snow fell that summer in China; crops failed; people starved. The Irish chronicles record "a failure of bread from the years 536–539." Then, in 541, bubonic plague struck the Roman port of Pelusium, in Egypt. What came to be called the Plague of Justinian spread rapidly, wiping out one-third to one-half of the population of the eastern Roman Empire and hastening its collapse, McCormick says.
     
    537 wasn't better, nor 538, nor 539, nor...

    Replies: @El Dato

  9. Ordinarily, I’d ask whether you are a trained journalist. But as a former UPI correspondent, I guess you must be.

    Therefore I am forced to conclude that your entire blogging career constitutes one extended act of deliberate sabotage.

    • Agree: ScarletNumber
    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Servant of Gla'aki


    Therefore I am forced to conclude that your entire blogging career constitutes one extended act of deliberate sabotage.
     
    What do you mean?

    Replies: @Servant of Gla'aki

    , @anon
    @Servant of Gla'aki

    A trained journalist is anyone who can lie almost as good as a politican.

    Replies: @Anon

  10. @notsaying
    Should Trump resign over what happened today, which he undoubtedly contributed to?

    Will he pardon anyone charged with federal crimes -- will they be charged with federal crimes or will they all be DC metro crimes? Can he pardon John Does so that people identified after he's out of office aren't charged with federal crimes?

    This has never happened before so a lot of questions come to mind.

    Replies: @Stan Adams, @Joe Stalin, @Excal, @socialschism_works, @Justsaying, @Wally, @Mick Jagger gathers no Mosque, @Kyle

    Yes, Trump should most definitely resign … as soon as every single politician who pushed the bullshit George Floyd narrative does so, as well.

    • Replies: @Bubba
    @Stan Adams

    And also the same ones who said nothing when Steve Scalise was nearly murdered along with over 20 Congressional Republicans by a Bernie Bro while playing softball in 2017.

  11. You want a war you got one

    We are powerful you are weak

    We are diverse you are homogenous

    We will win and you WILL PAY

    You are in a for a rude awakening. We will remember this terrorism and evil

    Blood is on your hands and we will ban guns take down statues deplatform you

    This site will not exist in a few months and that is a good thing

    Goodbye white supremacist facscist terrotists

    • Replies: @Bubba
    @Greg Kennerd


    Goodbye white supremacist facscist terrotists
     
    Tiny Duck! How ya' doing these days? Looks like you are still miserable as always.

    Maybe the Democrat supermajority will give you another handout so you can learn how to use spellcheck.

    Replies: @Alfa158

    , @notsaying
    @Greg Kennerd

    It is not as simple as you want it to be.

    Whites have dominated America for centuries. Whites still own most of America. Things have changed but ownership means a lot. As anti-white whites with money and education realize the implications of their dislike of whites without their advantages, I think many will change their opinion about their fellow whites. It's not easy to be a minority, especially after being a majority for hundreds of years. Watch the elite white people cling to and protect their privilege once they realize it's under threat.

    What people want in theory is not always what they want in practice. You might find this out for yourself. How would you respond if your kids or grandkids couldn't have what you had because more of the good things in America were going to minorities from overseas?

    Replies: @Kma815, @martin_2, @James Charles

    , @Reg Cæsar
    @Greg Kennerd


    You want a war you got one

     

    https://3.bp.blogspot.com/-Bumy6ZE2L-Q/U9S2hCw6mwI/AAAAAAAAAHA/WvKQG9zZirI/s1600/amx40duck.jpg

    https://www.partypalooza.com/Merchant2/graphics/00000001/rubduckcamo_540x540.jpg


    https://img.ltwebstatic.com/images3_pi/2020/06/03/1591153118f6b3c30a6416a17f57fa9bed9d646078_thumbnail_600x.webp

    The word from Hayden Rectangle:

    https://npr.brightspotcdn.com/dims4/default/761c205/2147483647/strip/true/crop/2000x1050+0+151/resize/1200x630!/quality/90/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fnpr-brightspot.s3.amazonaws.com%2Flegacy%2Fsites%2Fkwmu%2Ffiles%2F201806%2F0603_SF_March_01.jpg


    https://npr.brightspotcdn.com/dims4/default/761c205/2147483647/strip/true/crop/2000x1050+0+151/resize/1200x630!/quality/90/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fnpr-brightspot.s3.amazonaws.com%2Flegacy%2Fsites%2Fkwmu%2Ffiles%2F201806%2F0603_SF_March_01.jpg

    Replies: @jon

    , @tyrone
    @Greg Kennerd

    Then you wouldn't mind if Steve blocked you from comments now?

    , @Eric Novak
    @Greg Kennerd

    Tiny Duck! You’ve given up the fake language errors to imitate a non-English speaker?

    , @fish
    @Greg Kennerd

    Hi Tinys Gregs....

    , @annamaria
    @Greg Kennerd

    Greg Kennerd from Zimbabwe celebrates the ongoing Zimbabization of the US.
    Where will the celebrationists find their welfare checks - in South Africa?

    , @Carlos22
    @Greg Kennerd

    Your so eager to live under Marxist tyranny can’t wait until they eventually come for you.

    Just like in Stalinist Russia those who thought they were in the system and protected soon found out they were treated like everyone else because they were not the elite.

    Who lives by the sword dies by it.

    Replies: @Alexandros, @Lost American

    , @Buck Ransom
    @Greg Kennerd

    Is that you, Kamala?

    , @bunky
    @Greg Kennerd

    So scary ... yawn.

  12. Anon[240] • Disclaimer says:

    The difference is that Wisconsin does not have federal powers, including nuclear weapons, that could be triggered by a President who is impetuous, and not thinking clearly. The “two-man rule” for using nuclear weapons does not apply to the President. I had been concerned about this regarding Mr. Biden, who certainly is impulsive and prone to confused thinking. Now people will have this worry regarding Mr. Trump. There is precedent for instituting a safeguard. When Nixon was in his last days, and manifesting severe stress and odd behavior, the secretary of state (or defense, I can’t recall which) quietly let it be known to the military that they should ignore presidential nuclear orders unless they hear from him that he concurs.

    • Replies: @James O'Meara
    @Anon

    Nice analogy... to the last coup.

    , @Reg Cæsar
    @Anon

    Setting off a nuke would be less frightening to the powers-that-be than would pardoning Edward Snowden and Julian Assange, and giving them a place to live and work without fear or restriction.

    Replies: @Hypnotoad666

    , @PhysicistDave
    @Anon

    Anon[240] wrote:


    The difference is that Wisconsin does not have federal powers, including nuclear weapons, that could be triggered by a President who is impetuous, and not thinking clearly. The “two-man rule” for using nuclear weapons does not apply to the President.
     
    I have, for various reasons, known a number of people who were (or more accurately would have been) involved in the launching of nuclear weapons.

    Trust me: there are more controls in place than you think. Enough that there is some question as to whether we could get them off if there really were a good reason. And, rumor is, we shared some of our control tech with the Russians back in the '70s, just to make sure they did not have a little accident.

    Replies: @Corn, @ben tillman

    , @Russ
    @Anon


    The difference is that Wisconsin does not have federal powers, including nuclear weapons, that could be triggered by a President who is impetuous, and not thinking clearly.
     
    But of course. So impetuous that he became the first president since Carter not to start a foreign conflict - a campaign promise kept (contrary to spurned suitor Ann Coulter's latest rantings). No, the nukes Nancy frets over are pardons, declassifications, special counsels, and stolen laptops.
  13. https://twitter.com/BreitbartNews/status/1346984429940518912

    • Replies: @Old Prude
    @JohnnyWalker123

    Good for Trump! 'bout time!

    , @Derer
    @JohnnyWalker123

    But he also said "Go home, we want peace". I believe that filthy MSM dishonestly interfered in this election... they always highlight the negative but never the positive on Trump while withholding the Hunter Biden criminality which will bring down his senile daddy.

    Trump has huge following and I believe will succeed in creating a 3rd stream political movement to kick Schumers, Schieffs out from Washington.

    Replies: @Wizard of Oz

    , @Malcolm X-Lax
    @JohnnyWalker123

    One of the stranger phenomena of the twitter age is how so many otherwise undistinguished Jewish blue checkmarks became so prominent so quickly. It ain’t the quality of their insights.

  14. Anon[394] • Disclaimer says:

    Trump won 2,500+ counties. The most ever.

    Biden won 509. The least ever.

    Kinda hard to believe Trump won 74 million votes, the most of all time, but sleepy Joe Biden, who won the fewest amount of counties in electroral history, and was losing in all five swing states at midnight by over 100,000 voteseach, miraculously pulled out a win with the most votes ever (81 million), with some counties giving Biden more votes than they have voters…..

    The public knows they are being had. The Transition Integrity Project pretty much gave us a blueprint for what would happen.

    White men,
    ……if Trump is ousted, leave the military as soon as you can legally do so. Let them draft Antifa and BLM to fight China/Iran/Russia

    • Agree: InnerCynic, mark green
    • Thanks: bomag, Kronos, Ragno
    • Replies: @Russ
    @Anon


    The public knows they are being had
     
    Truly.

    My favorite election factoid: Hillary'16 outperformed Biden'20 in every major city except for those in the swing states.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @keypusher, @Anon

    , @ScarletNumber
    @Anon


    Trump won 2,500+ counties. The most ever.

    Biden won 509. The least ever.
     
    Meaningless statistics

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    , @Hapalong Cassidy
    @Anon

    I’ve been saying that any white person that joins the military needs to have their head examined. What I really mean by “white person” is any of the so-called “deplorables” who have traditionally made up the backbone of the military and without whom the military would be useless. If any of these Antifa or other cultural marxist whites want to join the military (as if they would), I could give a flying f—-.

    , @Garliv
    @Anon

    The brazen style of stealing and cynical lackadaisical attitude towards addressing electoral disputes by all levels of government: Judiciary, law enforcement, state and federal legislatures plus all other alphabetical soups of federal agencies is simply breathtaking. Stalin's quote to the effect that what actually matter is WHO COUNT THE VOTES has never have never been truer and on utter display than in today's US.
    So why vote?

    Replies: @Peter Akuleyev, @James O'Meara

    , @Curmudgeon
    @Anon


    Let them draft Antifa and BLM to fight China/Iran/Russia
     
    If there is any fighting with China/Iran/Russia it will be instigated by the occupied country of the USA. Iran is no threat to the unoccupied US, but an enormous threat to US occupiers. Iran, Russia and China are more interested in getting their own houses in order to be able to distance themselves from the occupied US vampire squid financial system. The same can be said for Venezuela and other countries. None of the above, except perhaps China because of its population, are in a position to challenge the US militarily in a long shooting war.
    The enemy is within. The occupation of the US is only possible because of the treason and sedition of those in positions of power.
    , @ConqueringFools
    @Anon

    Hahaha.....you actually are going to call it a fight? China/Russia/Iran will wipe the globe with America now and they know it. Israel was stupid for not supporting Trump to the very end. I say let Turkey flood Europe with muzzies! Hell I think I'd rather see scorched Earth immigration policies come to America. Let them all in and let the chips fall where they may!!!! The enemy of your enemy is your friend!!! Maybe it's high time Americans side with muslims and Arabs. The Yemenese rebels could certainly teach us a thing or two about being tough and taking on a powerful enemy.

  15. Trump term riot count:

    Right wing: 2

    Left wing: 758

    • Replies: @Rob McX
    @Spud Boy

    I'd dispute your counting Charlottesville as a right wing riot. Much of the violence was the work of antifa "counter-protesters".

    Replies: @Paul Mendez

    , @Ancient Briton
    @Spud Boy

    Subtract 2 from RW, add to LW.

  16. @Stonewall Jackson
    LARPers Sailer? What have you actually done except blog to change the trajectory of things? Whine about how your are getting run over? Whine about being deplatformed? Write here on Unz's blog... a guy who loves demographic change... Well the sumbitch got it good and hard... Georgia has lots of cholos... I bet looking out of his navel gazing he doesn't even know that. Yup. Turned the state blue... just like his beloved cholos turned Virginia red by the minute... Amnesty is coming Unz you ccksucker...

    So keep on blogging... until they make this a hate crime... and that is coming... You gonna get off your ass then?

    Replies: @Matt Buckalew, @scrivener3, @Anonymous, @Colin Wright, @Dr. X, @MEH 0910, @Inselaffen, @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race

    Nothing would make Unz or Sailer more excited than if old chuckie Schumer tapped them on the shoulder and said “alright boy-o things have gone too far you are commissar for keeping the blacks in their place.”

    Sailer and Unz hate black swagger they are on board with everything else the cathedral pushes.

    • LOL: Craig Nelsen
  17. @Greg Kennerd
    You want a war you got one

    We are powerful you are weak

    We are diverse you are homogenous

    We will win and you WILL PAY

    You are in a for a rude awakening. We will remember this terrorism and evil

    Blood is on your hands and we will ban guns take down statues deplatform you

    This site will not exist in a few months and that is a good thing

    Goodbye white supremacist facscist terrotists

    Replies: @Bubba, @notsaying, @Reg Cæsar, @tyrone, @Eric Novak, @fish, @annamaria, @Carlos22, @Buck Ransom, @bunky

    Goodbye white supremacist facscist terrotists

    Tiny Duck! How ya’ doing these days? Looks like you are still miserable as always.

    Maybe the Democrat supermajority will give you another handout so you can learn how to use spellcheck.

    • Replies: @Alfa158
    @Bubba

    It isn’t lack of spellcheck, Duck inserts those errors deliberately. They are part of the satirical trolling he does.

  18. It seems to me that when people break down barricades and storm the actual US Capitol, they’re by definition no longer LARPers.

    • Replies: @Kronos
    @Anon

    It’s all fun and games until someone’s tarred and feathered.

    https://dpmasitm.files.wordpress.com/2013/01/tarring-feathering-1773-granger.jpg

    Replies: @Anon

  19. @Danindc
    God the media shills are going to be relentless. Michael Brendan O’Flaherty me heart belongs to Ireland Dougherty has already come out with the strongest condemnation. What a bunch of cowards.

    It is a shame about that young girl though. Tragic. Were the police fired upon or threatened? Didn’t look like it. Ugh.

    Replies: @bomag, @danand, @Anon, @freedom-cat

    God the media shills are going to be relentless.

    I caught NPR mid-afternoon, with enough background noise I couldn’t quite get the words, but I got a tempered sense of euphoria and glee from the hosts. I assumed the Georgia senate races had been called for Ds, and they just didn’t want to gloat openly like they usually do. I moved closer for details, and learned of this undocumented shopping.

    I thought of Hitler, after the failed bomb/coup plot, channeling his inner Joe Biden, chortling that he had his political opponents right where he wanted them…

  20. @Known Fact
    Brilliant historical parallel, though that and $7 will get you a gallon of gas by 2022 in the Harris administration.

    Call the interlopers "childish," but Congress today is getting only a fraction of what they truly deserve -- their hubris and contempt for the American taxpayer have gone way beyond out of control.

    Replies: @SunBakedSuburb, @Anon, @phillip sawicki

    “Call the interlopers ‘childish’”

    Steve stated that Oliver Stone’s JFK script is “silly.” I will never forgive or forget. But I do think he’s correct in regards to the maturity level of President Blumpft’s followers. I’ve Trump fans in my family, so I’m feeling sympathy for the white working class that found hope in the orange one.

  21. Jewish neuroses.

    Fear of a Goyim pogrom.

  22. I don’t think this was LARPing. I think this was sane, traditional Americans faced with two choices: submit or fight and they chose to take a few really rather tentative steps to fight. If this had been leftists DC would be in flames right this minute.

    Now comes the propaganda explosion of condemnation by both open leftists and their “conservative” allies. DC is going to look like the Green Zone in Baghdad as the government takes all necessary steps to protect the “peoples’ representatives” from the people. I expect arrests, prosecutions and jail time for many. But I also expect resistance against attempts to go after some of these people. We may see efforts at arrests met by men with rifles. We may even see municipalities and even states giving sanctuary to some of these. Who knows? At this point just about any scenario is possible.

    It is obvious that the U.S. as we have known it is over.

    • Agree: Catdog, El Dato
    • Thanks: Carolyn Yeager
    • Replies: @Desiderius
    @Desert Rat

    Then maybe we should have known her better.

    I’m counting my three crisp ones this morning and wondering what might have been.

    , @Carolyn Yeager
    @Desert Rat

    I like your comment very much and pretty much agree, except for the last sentence. "The U.S. as we have known it" is not the same to everyone across the board. So just what is 'over' is yet to be seen. Or maybe you can explain a little more what you mean.

    Your most true sentence is this one: "Now comes the propaganda explosion of condemnation by both open leftists and their “conservative” allies." This sickening assault is already well underway this morning. The damage to Trump and his family will be on the order of the universal condemnation of Hitler and his associates in 1945. Total annihilation, and overseen by the Jews. They want to make sure that Trump himself or any family member cannot lead anything anymore, let alone the Republican Party.

    Can Trump supporters stand firm and find intelligent leadership to guide them in keeping the Populist movement intact? Hitler's supporters tried to do that after the War and had some early success, but were eventually strangled by lack of media support. The Media is the Enemy. That's why Joseph Goebbels, Hitler's propaganda minister, is portrayed as an evil genius when he was just doing his job in a capable way.

    , @Anonymous
    @Desert Rat

    I remember a spate of arrests of "far right extremists" in 2009-10. People like Bill White, Hal Turner, Edgar Steele. People who had previously been considered harmless cranks were suddenly getting taken down. I expect the same will happen again now.

  23. @Greg Kennerd
    You want a war you got one

    We are powerful you are weak

    We are diverse you are homogenous

    We will win and you WILL PAY

    You are in a for a rude awakening. We will remember this terrorism and evil

    Blood is on your hands and we will ban guns take down statues deplatform you

    This site will not exist in a few months and that is a good thing

    Goodbye white supremacist facscist terrotists

    Replies: @Bubba, @notsaying, @Reg Cæsar, @tyrone, @Eric Novak, @fish, @annamaria, @Carlos22, @Buck Ransom, @bunky

    It is not as simple as you want it to be.

    Whites have dominated America for centuries. Whites still own most of America. Things have changed but ownership means a lot. As anti-white whites with money and education realize the implications of their dislike of whites without their advantages, I think many will change their opinion about their fellow whites. It’s not easy to be a minority, especially after being a majority for hundreds of years. Watch the elite white people cling to and protect their privilege once they realize it’s under threat.

    What people want in theory is not always what they want in practice. You might find this out for yourself. How would you respond if your kids or grandkids couldn’t have what you had because more of the good things in America were going to minorities from overseas?

    • Agree: martin_2, Cortes
    • Replies: @Kma815
    @notsaying

    Rich Whites have dominated America for centuries. Not that trash who desecrated the capitol this afternoon. Just correcting that for you. You're welcome.

    Replies: @Bill, @ben tillman, @cylindrical crown, @JM

    , @martin_2
    @notsaying

    I have been thinking along similar lines lately. Those wealthy liberal establishment types of white people who favoured ethnic minorities over white working people always imagined that they would be okay because they were intellectually superior and all round better people than those of immigrant stock. What they didn't realise was that some ethnic minorities, the Indians, the Chinese, were cleverer than they are and (in particular the Indians) would soon occupy many of the elite positions that wealthy educated whites thought would remain theirs in perpetuity. And ethnic minorities have their own own networks and group interests to promote. In the UK those of Indian heritage are very prominent in government now.

    This is why when I worked with them I always enjoyed telling these white liberal types how MRI scans have shown that Chinese brains are larger than white brains, and that the Chinese have higher average IQ.

    Replies: @Eric Novak, @Curmudgeon

    , @James Charles
    @notsaying

    The 'theory' is 'democracy', the 'practice' is 'this'?

    “Testing Theories of American Politics: Elites, Interest Groups, and Average Citizens
    Martin Gilens and Benjamin I. Page
    Each of four theoretical traditions in the study of American politics—which can be characterized as theories of Majoritarian Electoral Democracy, Economic-Elite Domination, and two types of interest-group pluralism, Majoritarian Pluralism and Biased Pluralism—offers different predictions about which sets of actors have how much influence over public policy: average citizens; economic elites; and organized interest groups, mass-based or business-oriented. A great deal of empirical research speaks to the policy influence of one or another set of actors, but until recently it has not been possible to test these contrasting theoretical predictions against each other within a single statistical model. We report on an effort to do so, using a unique data set that includes measures of the key variables for 1,779 policy issues. Multivariate analysis indicates that economic elites and organized groups representing business interests have substantial independent impacts on U.S. government policy, while average citizens and mass-based interest groups have little or no independent influence. The results provide substantial support for theories of Economic-Elite Domination and for theories of Biased Pluralism, but not for theories of Majoritarian Electoral Democracy or Majoritarian Pluralism. “
    https://scholar.princeton.edu/sites/default/files/mgilens/files/gilens_and_page_2014_-testing_theories_of_american_politics.doc.pdf

    "How would you respond if your kids or grandkids couldn’t have what you had . . . "

    'We' have ten years?
    “ . . . our best estimate is that the net energy
    33:33 per barrel available for the global
    33:36 economy was about eight percent
    33:38 and that in over the next few years it
    33:42 will go down to zero percent
    33:44 uh best estimate at the moment is that
    33:46 actually the
    33:47 per average barrel of sweet crude
    33:51 uh we had the zero percent around 2022
    33:56 but there are ways and means of
    33:58 extending that so to be on the safe side
    34:00 here on our diagram
    34:02 we say that zero percent is definitely
    34:05 around 2030 . . .
    we
    34:43 need net energy from oil and [if] it goes
    34:46 down to zero
    34:48 uh well we have collapsed not just
    34:50 collapse of the oil industry
    34:52 we have collapsed globally of the global
    34:54 industrial civilization this is what we
    34:56 are looking at at the moment . . . “

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BxinAu8ORxM&feature=emb_logo

  24. Meh, compared to the Puerto Rican takeover/shooting of Congress in 1950 or the Berniebro baseball field shooting in 2017 this was pretty small potatoes. It seems clear a lot of the provocateurs today were Antifa who were bused in decked out in patriotic garb. Probably a few FBI agents seeded amongst them as well.

    • Agree: Bubba, Ron Mexico, Kyle
    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Bragadocious


    Meh, compared to the Puerto Rican takeover/shooting of Congress in 1950...
     
    A double tragedy. Puerto Rico is still our responsibility, and they missed Truman.
  25. This is bigger than Trump or an election.

    He’s good at manipulating it, but I’m not sure he really understands the rage.

    Fifty years of exporting jobs and importing cheap labor.

    Thirty years of pointless and stupid middle eastern wars.

    A constant media cacophony of anti white/pro black propaganda.

    Judges legislating from the bench, big tech’s selective censorship, etc, etc etc.

    Given the past and the current state of affairs, todays little insurrection is pretty weak sauce.

    • Replies: @keypusher
    @Sandy Berger's Socks

    I’m not sure he really understands the rage.

    Not sure I do either. Not sure there's much "rage" to understand. A few hundred losers playing at being revolutionaries going up against losers playing at being cops and then chasing away a few hundred losers playing at being congressmen, all over a loser playing at being president.

    Replies: @Hockamaw

    , @Anonymous
    @Sandy Berger's Socks


    Fifty years of exporting jobs and importing cheap labor.

    Thirty years of pointless and stupid middle eastern wars.

    A constant media cacophony of anti white/pro black propaganda.

    Judges legislating from the bench, big tech’s selective censorship, etc, etc etc.
     
    But no one is making this argument.

    Steve sure isn’t.
  26. @Anon
    Trump won 2,500+ counties. The most ever.

    Biden won 509. The least ever.

    Kinda hard to believe Trump won 74 million votes, the most of all time, but sleepy Joe Biden, who won the fewest amount of counties in electroral history, and was losing in all five swing states at midnight by over 100,000 voteseach, miraculously pulled out a win with the most votes ever (81 million), with some counties giving Biden more votes than they have voters.....


    The public knows they are being had. The Transition Integrity Project pretty much gave us a blueprint for what would happen.


    White men,
    ......if Trump is ousted, leave the military as soon as you can legally do so. Let them draft Antifa and BLM to fight China/Iran/Russia

    Replies: @Russ, @ScarletNumber, @Hapalong Cassidy, @Garliv, @Curmudgeon, @ConqueringFools

    The public knows they are being had

    Truly.

    My favorite election factoid: Hillary’16 outperformed Biden’20 in every major city except for those in the swing states.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @Russ

    Nah, Biden didn't do terribly well compared to Hillary in places like Philadelphia. That one in particular might have to do with the BLM riot the week before.

    Replies: @newrouter, @Coemgen, @Russ

    , @keypusher
    @Russ

    Jesus, people are still flogging that pathetic lie.

    Get a clue.

    , @Anon
    @Russ

    Trump lost. He lost. He barely won by the electoral college by 78,000 votes in 2016 against an extremely unlikable opponent and lost the popular vote by 3 million. In most ways he didn't do much to improve his image over the next four years, and then ran against a cipher.

    It shouldn't come as a shock that he couldn't win again, especially after four more years of mass immigration-induced demographic change.

    All of us here probably agree on 95% of the issues. None of us want to return to the RINO Era GOP. None of us. Let's accept defeat graciously and move on to finding ways to stop the Left and kick their asses in 2022.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @tyrone, @PhysicistDave, @annamaria

  27. @notsaying
    Should Trump resign over what happened today, which he undoubtedly contributed to?

    Will he pardon anyone charged with federal crimes -- will they be charged with federal crimes or will they all be DC metro crimes? Can he pardon John Does so that people identified after he's out of office aren't charged with federal crimes?

    This has never happened before so a lot of questions come to mind.

    Replies: @Stan Adams, @Joe Stalin, @Excal, @socialschism_works, @Justsaying, @Wally, @Mick Jagger gathers no Mosque, @Kyle

    He needs to lift GHWB’s “Ban on Assault Rifles” Executive Order before he leaves office.

    It’s the LEAST he could do after years of “Preserve the Second Amendment” rhetoric for which all we got in return for voting for him was a ban on so-called “Bump Stocks.”

    Maybe Wayne LaPierre ought to ask him if we could get that as a small consolation prize.

  28. @Stonewall Jackson
    LARPers Sailer? What have you actually done except blog to change the trajectory of things? Whine about how your are getting run over? Whine about being deplatformed? Write here on Unz's blog... a guy who loves demographic change... Well the sumbitch got it good and hard... Georgia has lots of cholos... I bet looking out of his navel gazing he doesn't even know that. Yup. Turned the state blue... just like his beloved cholos turned Virginia red by the minute... Amnesty is coming Unz you ccksucker...

    So keep on blogging... until they make this a hate crime... and that is coming... You gonna get off your ass then?

    Replies: @Matt Buckalew, @scrivener3, @Anonymous, @Colin Wright, @Dr. X, @MEH 0910, @Inselaffen, @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race

    As the raging Russian said, ideas matter.

    Hegel and Marx caused more human suffering than all the serial killers of modern usa and all they did was write books.

    The Scottish enlightenment lifted more people out of grinding poverty and political oppression than Mother Teresa.

    • Agree: Bert
    • Replies: @Richard B
    @scrivener3


    Hegel and Marx caused more human suffering than all the serial killers of modern usa and all they did was write books.
     
    Yet another Dunning-Kruger troll who thinks they understand Hegel and the Enlightement.

    Replies: @JM

  29. @Spud Boy
    Trump term riot count:

    Right wing: 2

    Left wing: 758

    Replies: @Rob McX, @Ancient Briton

    I’d dispute your counting Charlottesville as a right wing riot. Much of the violence was the work of antifa “counter-protesters”.

    • Agree: mark green
    • Thanks: Ragno
    • Replies: @Paul Mendez
    @Rob McX

    I’ll go you one further:

    Most of the violence at Charlottesville was deliberately engineered by Governor McAuliffe and the VA State Police.

    They lured the Unite the Right crowd into a park with limited egress, and only declared it an unlawful gathering after everyone was present. Then, they drove the crowd towards the waiting mob of counter-protesters rather than escort it in a safer direction.

  30. @Flimpkin-4
    This reminds me of that Jimmy Stewart movie, Mr. Smith Goes To Washington. But this is more heartwarming...

    Replies: @James O'Meara, @Achmed E. Newman

    I prefer the remake.

    • Thanks: Achmed E. Newman
    • LOL: Bubba, InnerCynic
  31. @Stan Adams
    @notsaying

    Yes, Trump should most definitely resign ... as soon as every single politician who pushed the bullshit George Floyd narrative does so, as well.

    Replies: @Bubba

    And also the same ones who said nothing when Steve Scalise was nearly murdered along with over 20 Congressional Republicans by a Bernie Bro while playing softball in 2017.

    • Agree: mark green
  32. @Anon
    The difference is that Wisconsin does not have federal powers, including nuclear weapons, that could be triggered by a President who is impetuous, and not thinking clearly. The “two-man rule” for using nuclear weapons does not apply to the President. I had been concerned about this regarding Mr. Biden, who certainly is impulsive and prone to confused thinking. Now people will have this worry regarding Mr. Trump. There is precedent for instituting a safeguard. When Nixon was in his last days, and manifesting severe stress and odd behavior, the secretary of state (or defense, I can’t recall which) quietly let it be known to the military that they should ignore presidential nuclear orders unless they hear from him that he concurs.

    Replies: @James O'Meara, @Reg Cæsar, @PhysicistDave, @Russ

    Nice analogy… to the last coup.

  33. @Anon
    Trump won 2,500+ counties. The most ever.

    Biden won 509. The least ever.

    Kinda hard to believe Trump won 74 million votes, the most of all time, but sleepy Joe Biden, who won the fewest amount of counties in electroral history, and was losing in all five swing states at midnight by over 100,000 voteseach, miraculously pulled out a win with the most votes ever (81 million), with some counties giving Biden more votes than they have voters.....


    The public knows they are being had. The Transition Integrity Project pretty much gave us a blueprint for what would happen.


    White men,
    ......if Trump is ousted, leave the military as soon as you can legally do so. Let them draft Antifa and BLM to fight China/Iran/Russia

    Replies: @Russ, @ScarletNumber, @Hapalong Cassidy, @Garliv, @Curmudgeon, @ConqueringFools

    Trump won 2,500+ counties. The most ever.

    Biden won 509. The least ever.

    Meaningless statistics

    • LOL: mark green
    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @ScarletNumber



    Trump won 2,500+ counties. The most ever.

    Biden won 509. The least ever.
     

    Meaningless statistics
     
    Until you have to eat. Vermont can't feed both coasts.

    https://www.gannett-cdn.com/-mm-/92828de581c996f7f7ee83f5d4206badb3c7875a/c=20-0-700-384/local/-/media/2016/12/01/FortCollins/FortCollins/636161476269539132-electoral-small.png?width=680&height=340&fit=crop&format=pjpg&auto=webp

  34. @Greg Kennerd
    You want a war you got one

    We are powerful you are weak

    We are diverse you are homogenous

    We will win and you WILL PAY

    You are in a for a rude awakening. We will remember this terrorism and evil

    Blood is on your hands and we will ban guns take down statues deplatform you

    This site will not exist in a few months and that is a good thing

    Goodbye white supremacist facscist terrotists

    Replies: @Bubba, @notsaying, @Reg Cæsar, @tyrone, @Eric Novak, @fish, @annamaria, @Carlos22, @Buck Ransom, @bunky

    You want a war you got one


    The word from Hayden Rectangle:

    [MORE]

    • Replies: @jon
    @Reg Cæsar

    That picture is hilarious - wearing hunter's safety orange to prevent gun violence. Maybe if we could teach them the Three Laws, we could also get them to approve their dismal level of accuracy that Steve is always pointing out:
    1. Treat every gun as if it were loaded.
    2. Always point gun in a safe direction.
    3. Be sure of your target, and beyond.

  35. @Anon
    The difference is that Wisconsin does not have federal powers, including nuclear weapons, that could be triggered by a President who is impetuous, and not thinking clearly. The “two-man rule” for using nuclear weapons does not apply to the President. I had been concerned about this regarding Mr. Biden, who certainly is impulsive and prone to confused thinking. Now people will have this worry regarding Mr. Trump. There is precedent for instituting a safeguard. When Nixon was in his last days, and manifesting severe stress and odd behavior, the secretary of state (or defense, I can’t recall which) quietly let it be known to the military that they should ignore presidential nuclear orders unless they hear from him that he concurs.

    Replies: @James O'Meara, @Reg Cæsar, @PhysicistDave, @Russ

    Setting off a nuke would be less frightening to the powers-that-be than would pardoning Edward Snowden and Julian Assange, and giving them a place to live and work without fear or restriction.

    • Replies: @Hypnotoad666
    @Reg Cæsar


    Setting off a nuke would be less frightening to the powers-that-be than would pardoning Edward Snowden and Julian Assange,
     
    I have never been able to decide exactly how I felt about those two. At this point, however, I am leaning toward an "enemy of my enemy . . ." approach.

    I think Trump should pardon them just to piss off the deep state. Also, it might build some common ground with populist, anti-establishment leftists that could prove useful in future struggles.

    Replies: @dfordoom

  36. Just a few out of countless instances of “Peace and Love”, Democrat-Style:

    MADONNA at 2016 Womens’ March: “Yes, I have thought an awful lot about blowing-up the White House”

    Alec Baldwin’s fevered, luridly violent diatribe from 1998:
    article with transcript
    “We would stone Henry Hyde to death, and we would go to their homes and we’d kill their wives and their children.”
    video

    Julianne Malveaux Wishes Clarence Thomas Dead
    “I hope his wife feeds him lots of eggs and butter and he dies early like many black men do, of heart disease,”

    Oprah Says Old Racist White People ‘Just Have to Die’

    Many more enumerated in the 2003 piece Hate speech of the left by Boston Globe columnist Jeff Jacoby, and his previous columns linked there.

    • Thanks: mark green
  37. @Greg Kennerd
    You want a war you got one

    We are powerful you are weak

    We are diverse you are homogenous

    We will win and you WILL PAY

    You are in a for a rude awakening. We will remember this terrorism and evil

    Blood is on your hands and we will ban guns take down statues deplatform you

    This site will not exist in a few months and that is a good thing

    Goodbye white supremacist facscist terrotists

    Replies: @Bubba, @notsaying, @Reg Cæsar, @tyrone, @Eric Novak, @fish, @annamaria, @Carlos22, @Buck Ransom, @bunky

    Then you wouldn’t mind if Steve blocked you from comments now?

  38. @Russ
    @Anon


    The public knows they are being had
     
    Truly.

    My favorite election factoid: Hillary'16 outperformed Biden'20 in every major city except for those in the swing states.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @keypusher, @Anon

    Nah, Biden didn’t do terribly well compared to Hillary in places like Philadelphia. That one in particular might have to do with the BLM riot the week before.

    • Replies: @newrouter
    @Steve Sailer

    The Dem machine literally made it up in Montgomery and Delaware counties.

    , @Coemgen
    @Steve Sailer

    Well, the 2020 election is over. Globalism Inc. won. Until the breadbasket realizes its power and starts flexing its muscles ... it's time to go back to noticing stuff like how much younger middle-aged women appear when they wear surgical masks.

    You will have noticed this if you've been going to Costco et al., since the de facto start of martial law.

    , @Russ
    @Steve Sailer

    A belated data review reminds me to avoid absolutist terminology in the future. Among large cities in swing states, Trump did his best in Philly ... likely to your point and certainly relative to Fulton County GA and Maricopa County AZ. Outside the swing states, Old Joe was strong in TX (Dallas and Harris Counties) and amongst the legalized potheads in Seattle and Denver. I think he also fared relatively well in New Mogadishu MN.

    The stench still lingers over the whole thing, irrespective of however zealously the high priestesses of the Dem party labor to exorcise it.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer

  39. Anonymous[170] • Disclaimer says:
    @Stonewall Jackson
    LARPers Sailer? What have you actually done except blog to change the trajectory of things? Whine about how your are getting run over? Whine about being deplatformed? Write here on Unz's blog... a guy who loves demographic change... Well the sumbitch got it good and hard... Georgia has lots of cholos... I bet looking out of his navel gazing he doesn't even know that. Yup. Turned the state blue... just like his beloved cholos turned Virginia red by the minute... Amnesty is coming Unz you ccksucker...

    So keep on blogging... until they make this a hate crime... and that is coming... You gonna get off your ass then?

    Replies: @Matt Buckalew, @scrivener3, @Anonymous, @Colin Wright, @Dr. X, @MEH 0910, @Inselaffen, @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race

    Thanks for posting this. I was so pissed off by Sailer’s dismissive comment, especially as our country, political system, and our American way of life is unraveling before our eyes.

    Equally disgusting is the condemnation by “conservative” talking heads of the patriots who stormed the Capitol today. I guess these “conservative” commentators would’ve roundly condemned members of the Boston Tea Party and advocated that colonists follow the rule of law and Britannia.

    • Agree: Kyle
    • Replies: @Hypnotoad666
    @Anonymous


    was so pissed off by Sailer’s dismissive comment, especially as our country, political system, and our American way of life is unraveling before our eyes.
     
    To say anything un-dismissive would require one to acknowledge why the patriots were there in the first place -- namely, the refusal of the media and political class to even recognize or investigate the massive evidence of election fraud.

    But "election fraud" is apparently a taboo term even on dissident websites.

    Furthermore, at least one woman was murdered by police, so calling her a LARP.er is especially dismissive and inaccurate.

    Replies: @Peripatetic Itch

    , @Joseph Doaks
    @Anonymous

    "Equally disgusting is the condemnation by “conservative” talking heads of the patriots who stormed the Capitol today."

    Yes, many of the voices on conservative media I listened to respectfully (until today) have engaged in a round of pandering and virtue signalling as repulsive as that of any left-wing politician.

    A peacefully protesting, unarmed young woman was killed by a cop today. Speaking of alternative timelines, imagine that she was part of a black lives matter protest. There would be riots in half a dozen cities and rage against the police from every source, with demands for accountability, to include the identification and immediate firing of the guilty officer.

    But only Tucker Carlson even dared to mention the killing of this young woman by the brave policeman. She was only a LARPing deplorable and most likely white, so I guess that's OK then. Watch the incident disappear down the memory hole.

    Replies: @PhysicistDave, @Mr. Anon, @Dad Vader

    , @Bill
    @Anonymous

    Uh, yeah, that's what conservatives do: oppose revolution.

  40. In contrast, the childish LARPers who got into the US Capitol today will of course go down in Narrative infamy, like the Charlottesville LARPers.

    That’s not fair, but that’s how it works.

    I agree that that’s what the establishment is going to try to do. And, with the loss of the Senate in Georgia yesterday, and now this pissing right in their offices, Repubilican ongresscritters are probably pretty as close to stopping from humoring Trump as they’ve ever been. Supposedly the DC National Guard was communicating with Pence and Congress today, rather than Trump.

    But… somehow, this feels different. Charlottesville didn’t draw this kind of crowd.

    After months of BLM, the lockdowns, the deplatforming, everything this past year, I think something has woken up out here that nobody is going to be able to easily put a lid back on now. However we got here, I don’t think we goyim are going to stay cattle quite the same way this time.

  41. @Danindc
    God the media shills are going to be relentless. Michael Brendan O’Flaherty me heart belongs to Ireland Dougherty has already come out with the strongest condemnation. What a bunch of cowards.

    It is a shame about that young girl though. Tragic. Were the police fired upon or threatened? Didn’t look like it. Ugh.

    Replies: @bomag, @danand, @Anon, @freedom-cat

    “Were the police fired upon or threatened?”

    Danindc, no, the police were not fired upon, no protester weapons involved. A man right behind her said the police ordered the poor woman to stop, she did not; so she was shot in the neck. She then fell back onto him and started to convulse. Perhaps the police felt threatened?

    May not be much of an investigation, as the woman was not a POC. And as a Trump supporter, unlikely LGBTQ.

    Republican “leading voices” can hardly contain themselves in their rabid denunciation of what are some their more enthusiastic supporters. More than a bit ill over it all.

    • Replies: @Thomas
    @danand

    https://twitter.com/KUSINews/status/1346978856255647744?s=20

    Replies: @Anon, @CCZ, @anon

    , @Bubba
    @danand

    An unarmed white woman is always considered a serious and dangerous threat to an armed federal agent while standing behind a wall.

    Was perhaps the trigger-happy fed who murdered this woman today related to ATF sniper Lon Horiuchi who murdered an unarmed mother with her baby in her arms at Ruby Ridge?

    Replies: @Female in MO

  42. @danand
    @Danindc

    "Were the police fired upon or threatened?"

    Danindc, no, the police were not fired upon, no protester weapons involved. A man right behind her said the police ordered the poor woman to stop, she did not; so she was shot in the neck. She then fell back onto him and started to convulse. Perhaps the police felt threatened?

    May not be much of an investigation, as the woman was not a POC. And as a Trump supporter, unlikely LGBTQ.

    Republican "leading voices" can hardly contain themselves in their rabid denunciation of what are some their more enthusiastic supporters. More than a bit ill over it all.

    Replies: @Thomas, @Bubba

    • Replies: @Anon
    @Thomas

    Warning... graphic video...

    https://banned.video/watch?id=5ff63502f23a18318ceb28a7

    Replies: @danand, @anon, @MEH 0910

    , @CCZ
    @Thomas

    "Say Her Name"

    ASHLI BABBIT

    White Lives Matter

    , @anon
    @Thomas

    This is a very sad thing. The most likely scenario involves one of the Capitol Police negligently discharging his -- or her -- sidearm. Capitol cops don't really do much in the way of actual policing, so they aren't stress tested. Anything off the Capitol zone is DC's problem, the White House is Secret Service's responsibility, etc.

    I predict this woman's death will not be the spark for rioting; no chain big-box stores will be looted; no bridges across the Potomac will be blocked with barricades; no graffiti will be spray painted onto Federal buildings / monuments; no statues will be tipped over; no churches will be burned, etc. and etc.

    The cop who shot her will not be doxxed, no mob will be sent to his / her home to terrorize the family. There will not be an arrest, nor will there be demands for one.

    In other words, the MAGA's will not act like BLM / Antifa, last year's pampered pets of the progtards.

    For this self control, we shall all be punished.

    Replies: @Thomas

  43. @notsaying
    @Greg Kennerd

    It is not as simple as you want it to be.

    Whites have dominated America for centuries. Whites still own most of America. Things have changed but ownership means a lot. As anti-white whites with money and education realize the implications of their dislike of whites without their advantages, I think many will change their opinion about their fellow whites. It's not easy to be a minority, especially after being a majority for hundreds of years. Watch the elite white people cling to and protect their privilege once they realize it's under threat.

    What people want in theory is not always what they want in practice. You might find this out for yourself. How would you respond if your kids or grandkids couldn't have what you had because more of the good things in America were going to minorities from overseas?

    Replies: @Kma815, @martin_2, @James Charles

    Rich Whites have dominated America for centuries. Not that trash who desecrated the capitol this afternoon. Just correcting that for you. You’re welcome.

    • Replies: @Bill
    @Kma815

    Yeah, man, the capital was sacred up until today.

    , @ben tillman
    @Kma815

    Up yours, Bolshie.

    , @cylindrical crown
    @Kma815

    You're just upset that Whites didn't burn down their own neighborhoods and loot their local stores like blacks do.

    , @JM
    @Kma815

    'Whites have dominated America for centuries.'

    Yes indeed. That's why America was made great.

  44. @Rob McX
    @Spud Boy

    I'd dispute your counting Charlottesville as a right wing riot. Much of the violence was the work of antifa "counter-protesters".

    Replies: @Paul Mendez

    I’ll go you one further:

    Most of the violence at Charlottesville was deliberately engineered by Governor McAuliffe and the VA State Police.

    They lured the Unite the Right crowd into a park with limited egress, and only declared it an unlawful gathering after everyone was present. Then, they drove the crowd towards the waiting mob of counter-protesters rather than escort it in a safer direction.

  45. The NYT coverage today went out of its way to call the protesters violent. To some degree they were, but the difference from how BLM and antifa are covered was glaring.

    The only solace i take from today’s ridiculous events is that, by and large, the protesters WERE “mostly peaceful”.

    It’s bad that they stole stuff and broke some stuff, but at least they didn’t shoot or hurt anyone or set things on fire.

    But between the Georgia loss and today’s incitement and the ammo that it hands the left for years to come… Trump is REALLY saddling his supporters with a lot of baggage on his way out.

    • Replies: @botazefa
    @vhrm


    The NYT coverage today went out of its way to call the protesters violent. To some degree they were, but the difference from how BLM and antifa are covered was glaring.
     
    Agree.

    By the time of the evening news last night, they were calling it sedition.

    This morning the MSM seems to have settled on the term 'insurrection.'

    I didn't see any guns on the protesters.

    Within a generation, print media no longer being referenced, the internet sources will utterly rewrite what happened yesterday. Our children will learn that this was a failed white nationalist revolution.

    I watched hours of this yesterday. I doubt there were more than 500 protesters at the capital. Maybe 50 or 100 got inside. Maybe a dozen whackos.

    When antifa took over BLM protests, they were reported as mostly peaceful. When antifa takes over a Trump protest, everyone is a violent insurrectionist.

    Steve os right.
    , @Lost American
    @vhrm

    vhrm- try being shit on 24 hours a day for 4 years. What Trump withstood amazes me. I was in the USMC in 60s. The rifleman is shit on 24 hours a day but one understands a lot of the badness but what Trump endured...
    On the AM radio while driving today, Ben Shapiro said over and over how bad it was what these protestors did. He said "this should not happen in a democracy". Democracy? What democracy? I have not seen a democracy in the past 4 years considering what these Democrat Communists pulled on a daily basis.

    I just don't give a damn. Whatever bad stuff happens to the Dems and the Paul Ryan type Republicans is well deserved. These rats think they can make everyone sweat. They enjoy the hate they generate and the power they wield. I hope these Dems sweat.

    And if these Dems generate a war or send troops back to Syria I would advise young men and women not to join the military.

    , @Rogue 1
    @vhrm

    what makes you think he is leaving?

    , @deleter
    @vhrm

    Yeah. Except for that cop they killed with a fire extinguisher. Nice try though.

  46. @Stonewall Jackson
    LARPers Sailer? What have you actually done except blog to change the trajectory of things? Whine about how your are getting run over? Whine about being deplatformed? Write here on Unz's blog... a guy who loves demographic change... Well the sumbitch got it good and hard... Georgia has lots of cholos... I bet looking out of his navel gazing he doesn't even know that. Yup. Turned the state blue... just like his beloved cholos turned Virginia red by the minute... Amnesty is coming Unz you ccksucker...

    So keep on blogging... until they make this a hate crime... and that is coming... You gonna get off your ass then?

    Replies: @Matt Buckalew, @scrivener3, @Anonymous, @Colin Wright, @Dr. X, @MEH 0910, @Inselaffen, @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race

    ‘…So keep on blogging… until they make this a hate crime… and that is coming… You gonna get off your ass then?’

    If he decides to, should he post it on the internet?

  47. @Sandy Berger's Socks
    This is bigger than Trump or an election.

    He's good at manipulating it, but I'm not sure he really understands the rage.

    Fifty years of exporting jobs and importing cheap labor.

    Thirty years of pointless and stupid middle eastern wars.

    A constant media cacophony of anti white/pro black propaganda.

    Judges legislating from the bench, big tech's selective censorship, etc, etc etc.

    Given the past and the current state of affairs, todays little insurrection is pretty weak sauce.

    Replies: @keypusher, @Anonymous

    I’m not sure he really understands the rage.

    Not sure I do either. Not sure there’s much “rage” to understand. A few hundred losers playing at being revolutionaries going up against losers playing at being cops and then chasing away a few hundred losers playing at being congressmen, all over a loser playing at being president.

    • Replies: @Hockamaw
    @keypusher


    A few hundred losers playing at being revolutionaries going up against losers playing at being cops and then chasing away a few hundred losers playing at being congressmen, all over a loser playing at being president.
     
    This is the correct take.
  48. @Russ
    @Anon


    The public knows they are being had
     
    Truly.

    My favorite election factoid: Hillary'16 outperformed Biden'20 in every major city except for those in the swing states.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @keypusher, @Anon

    Jesus, people are still flogging that pathetic lie.

    Get a clue.

    • Troll: Twodees Partain
  49. @danand
    @Danindc

    "Were the police fired upon or threatened?"

    Danindc, no, the police were not fired upon, no protester weapons involved. A man right behind her said the police ordered the poor woman to stop, she did not; so she was shot in the neck. She then fell back onto him and started to convulse. Perhaps the police felt threatened?

    May not be much of an investigation, as the woman was not a POC. And as a Trump supporter, unlikely LGBTQ.

    Republican "leading voices" can hardly contain themselves in their rabid denunciation of what are some their more enthusiastic supporters. More than a bit ill over it all.

    Replies: @Thomas, @Bubba

    An unarmed white woman is always considered a serious and dangerous threat to an armed federal agent while standing behind a wall.

    Was perhaps the trigger-happy fed who murdered this woman today related to ATF sniper Lon Horiuchi who murdered an unarmed mother with her baby in her arms at Ruby Ridge?

    • Agree: mark green
    • Replies: @Female in MO
    @Bubba

    And don't forget all the women and children murdered at Waco to save them from a religious guy they were willingly living with. I wonder if the murdering cop has a conscience? I wouldn't bet on it.

  50. Is the Capitol always the poorly secured? Or did the powers that be want there to be breach?

    • Agree: ben tillman
    • Replies: @Ron Mexico
    @t

    No and yes. All the actors played their parts flawlessly.

    , @Lost American
    @t

    Good assessment t, but whatever the truth is, the NY Times and the rest of the MM will always lie.
    For 4 years the Democrat Communist party and its paid supporters like Antifa have shit on Trump and his family. Try taking that kind of abuse 24 hours a day for 4 years. I could care less anymore after what has gone on. The NY Times is led by cowards and paid by ultra rich leftist billionaires. The Times staff knows they have to spout the narrative and the Times staff truly feels superior to us common people. They would gladly exterminate us if they initiated a population control program.
    Wait till real payback comes. For 4 years decent people who work hard and want to be good citizens were degraded and cursed by the Democrats.
    I feel bad because an innocent woman was shot.
    I no longer care what happens to the leftists.
    For a leftist the ends justify the means. Hopefully Democrats will get payback.

    Replies: @but an humble craftsman

    , @ben tillman
    @t

    Gosh. I haven't thought of Arsenio Hall in years, but this is one of those things that make you go, "Hmmmm . . . ."

  51. @Thomas
    @danand

    https://twitter.com/KUSINews/status/1346978856255647744?s=20

    Replies: @Anon, @CCZ, @anon

    • Thanks: danand
    • Replies: @danand
    @Anon

    "Warning… graphic video…"

    This video that #442 posted for us shows the shooting of Ashli Babbit, the patriot killed in the Capitol building today. Recorded from a few feet away, as #442 indicates, it's graphic, leaving little doubt as to what occurred:

    https://banned.video/watch?id=5ff63502f23a18318ceb28a7

    Replies: @SimpleSong, @Anonymous

    , @anon
    @Anon

    WSJ said the woman was shot by "police". Which police fired the shot? It was probably one of the two who were closest to her. The one who fired the shot needs to be arrested and charged with murder.

    Replies: @Peripatetic Itch

    , @MEH 0910
    @Anon

    https://twitter.com/dancohen3000/status/1347076676342185984

    Replies: @anon, @Polemos, @MEH 0910

  52. @Stonewall Jackson
    LARPers Sailer? What have you actually done except blog to change the trajectory of things? Whine about how your are getting run over? Whine about being deplatformed? Write here on Unz's blog... a guy who loves demographic change... Well the sumbitch got it good and hard... Georgia has lots of cholos... I bet looking out of his navel gazing he doesn't even know that. Yup. Turned the state blue... just like his beloved cholos turned Virginia red by the minute... Amnesty is coming Unz you ccksucker...

    So keep on blogging... until they make this a hate crime... and that is coming... You gonna get off your ass then?

    Replies: @Matt Buckalew, @scrivener3, @Anonymous, @Colin Wright, @Dr. X, @MEH 0910, @Inselaffen, @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race

    He’s right, you know.

  53. @Paul Rise
    Its such a stark difference from the BLM/Antifa crowd, it will be hard to make the smear stick.

    I suspect some new horror will quickly distract us from the first horror of 2021.

    Is there every really just a single bad year? In 477, did all the Romans look around and say "whew! Glad 476 is done. That was a rough year. Stuff is really turning the corner in '77!"

    Replies: @Oswald Spengler, @New Dealer

    I wonder which President will be the Romulus Augustulus of the American Empire?

    • Replies: @Cthulu Smith
    @Oswald Spengler

    I'm waiting for the next Odoacer myself, but that's just me.

    , @Rob McX
    @Oswald Spengler

    And who will be its Gibbon?

    It was at Rome, on the 15th of October, 1764, as I sat musing amidst the ruins of the Capitol, while the barefoot friars were singing vespers in the Temple of Jupiter, that the idea of writing the decline and fall of the city first started to my mind.
     


    It was at the third funeral of George Floyd, as I sat musing amidst mountains of looted Nikes, that the idea of writing the decline and fall of America first started to my mind.


     

  54. @J.Ross
    It's astounding
    time is fleeting
    madness
    takes its toll
    but listen
    closely
    not for very much longer
    i've got to
    keep control

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    Nice Rocky Horror reference. I am kicking myself still, 6 hours later, for not going to this thing and taking part in history. I had not planned ahead, and the last-minute logistics didn’t work out.

    I am so proud of these people for doing something pro-active for a change. Among this huge mass of patriotic Americans, the fact that the direction of this country will not be changed via voting must have finally sunk in.

    What do you think about LOCKDOWNS now, political class?!

    #SENATE LOCKDOWNS DAILY!

    • Thanks: Old Prude
    • Replies: @Rufus Clyde
    @Achmed E. Newman

    How could anyone have ever thought that a degenerate real estate hustler was going to take the US in a "different direction"?

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

  55. Come On, Man! I said shoot them in the leg – unless they are peaceful Republican protesters. then shoot them in the neck with your AR.

    • Replies: @InnerCynic
    @prime noticer

    Now if they'd been shooting Antifa and BLM goons you can bet the howling would reach a crescendo

  56. @Flimpkin-4
    This reminds me of that Jimmy Stewart movie, Mr. Smith Goes To Washington. But this is more heartwarming...

    Replies: @James O'Meara, @Achmed E. Newman

    I never got around to watching that famous movie, but LOL and Thanks, just the same.

  57. I’m sitting outside right now, staring up at Orion. It’s 60 degrees, totally clear. Beautiful night.

    Weird day. I enjoyed watching the shenanigans in Washington. Even if the guys storming the Capitol were nothing more than Antifa LARPers, it still felt good to see the machinery of the swamp machine grind to a halt and watch the bastards cut and run. Pelosi, McConnell, Pence … fuck ’em all. Screw the pearl-clutching cucks who keep shrieking, “That’s not who we are!” There is no “we” anymore, and maybe there never really was. The system is totally corrupt and not worth defending.

    There is a very good chance that Trump will be removed from office in the next few days. Perhaps he can cling to power for another two weeks; we’ll see. At any rate, he’s just about blown his wad.

    (That being said, anything can happen. Fourteen days can be an eternity in politics.)

    How screwed are we? Very, it would seem. But maybe we’ll muddle through somehow.

    I’m feeling a bit numb at the moment. I was surprised by what happened today, but not shocked. Too many crazy things have transpired over the last few years for anyone who’s been paying attention to be truly floored by the chaos in DC.

    If this is, indeed, the end of the Trump presidency, then let me say one thing to our embattled CiC: Thank you. Despite your failures, you forced the political establishment and the media to expose themselves as the lying, whoring, cheating sacks of shit that we always knew they were. You’ve opened a lot of people’s eyes to the reality of what America has become. For that, if nothing else, you have earned our eternal gratitude.

    • Replies: @MBlanc46
    @Stan Adams

    That last paragraph is gold, Stan.

    , @Russ
    @Stan Adams


    If this is, indeed, the end of the Trump presidency, then let me say one thing to our embattled CiC: Thank you. Despite your failures, you forced the political establishment and the media to expose themselves as the lying, whoring, cheating sacks of shit that we always knew they were. You’ve opened a lot of people’s eyes to the reality of what America has become. For that, if nothing else, you have earned our eternal gratitude.
     
    Worthy of repeating.
  58. @Anon
    Trump won 2,500+ counties. The most ever.

    Biden won 509. The least ever.

    Kinda hard to believe Trump won 74 million votes, the most of all time, but sleepy Joe Biden, who won the fewest amount of counties in electroral history, and was losing in all five swing states at midnight by over 100,000 voteseach, miraculously pulled out a win with the most votes ever (81 million), with some counties giving Biden more votes than they have voters.....


    The public knows they are being had. The Transition Integrity Project pretty much gave us a blueprint for what would happen.


    White men,
    ......if Trump is ousted, leave the military as soon as you can legally do so. Let them draft Antifa and BLM to fight China/Iran/Russia

    Replies: @Russ, @ScarletNumber, @Hapalong Cassidy, @Garliv, @Curmudgeon, @ConqueringFools

    I’ve been saying that any white person that joins the military needs to have their head examined. What I really mean by “white person” is any of the so-called “deplorables” who have traditionally made up the backbone of the military and without whom the military would be useless. If any of these Antifa or other cultural marxist whites want to join the military (as if they would), I could give a flying f—-.

  59. anon[901] • Disclaimer says:

    The female protester who died was surely killed by an armed guard in the Capitol bldg. From all the pictures and videos the guards and secret service were the only ones carrying guns.

    I said way back in 2017 that Mike Pence was staging a soft coup on Trump with the help of Rod Rosenstein. Trump fans are finally waking up to this. Lin Wood today called for Trump to fire Pence, for conspiring with Rosenstein on the Russia hoax. Too little too late. Also Pence was totally the “Senior WH official” who penned that derogatory piece in the NYTimes calling Trump a buffoon and saying lucky for America there are adults in the room directing the nation’s foreign policy. The guy they identified was a peon fall guy.

    Pence’s wife refused to shake Trump’s hand or stand on the same stage as Trump back in 2016, it should’ve been obvious to anyone paying attention back then that Pence is no fan of Trump’s. As Phillip Giraldi tells us, Pence has been to Israel 8 times, and on one of those trips, he dismissed all the Arabs in the room after his speech and met only with the Jews, and assured them that “the American people stand firmly with Israel”. Pence is a Zionist stooge 110%. His Zionist masters are probably promising to pay for his future campaigns, or a cushy lobbying job that pays millions for him to stab Trump in the back with the electoral votes tonight, not that that treasonous rat needs much incentive.

    • Thanks: ivan
    • Replies: @ivan
    @anon

    Pence went to the DMZ in Korea and tried to threaten Lil' Kim with "America's drawn sword". With that I knew this fellow was up to no good. Trump on the other hand met up with the little bugger and made him feel wanted. There would have been nothing that the US could do to the Norks without the express permission of the South which would bear almost all the casualties along with the North in the event of open conflict, notwithstanding the posturing from Pence. Trump did defuse the situation. whatever the fevered accounts given by various parties.

    Trump needed Pence to secure the Evangelical vote. I hope the the true Christians among them realise the cost of the willful blindness of the so called Christian Zionists of what mindless support of Israel has cost their country.

    , @Sirius
    @anon

    And Trump isn't a Zionist stooge?

    , @Twodees Partain
    @anon

    Though many people think that Pence looks like a lizard, let me assure you all that he is a snake.

  60. When I first came to the United States it was after a long spell in Bermuda, and I must say I was surprised at the plight of the working class whites in the US..

    In Bermuda pretty much all the white Bermudians owned businesses like department stores or bakeries or car dealerships, or else they were doctors and dentists and lawyers and bankers.

    Many black Bermudians filled middling professions like nursing and police, teaching, and civil service jobs, and Portuguese Azoreans were imported to do the dirty work like farming, cleaning offices and emptying septic tanks.

    What I couldn’t understand when I came to the United States was why there were so many working class whites whose families had been in the US for generations, but had still not really established themselves in the US.

    You would think that the first generation would be working class and buying a modest home. The second generation would go to community college and get jobs in nursing or real estate or police work, and that the third generation would go to graduate school.

    In Bermuda obtaining ownership of real estate was referred to as owning a piece of The Rock, but it seems that many Americans have never obtained a piece of the continent.

    It seems to me that a lot of the angry Trump supporters come from that non-established white working class. I guess you could take them out of the European class system, but you couldn’t take them out of the working class.

    • Replies: @Flip
    @Jonathan Mason

    It used to be that way, but living standards have dropped since the 1970s due to the offshoring of factory jobs, the military sucking up immense resources, and the cartelization of health care, education, and real estate with high costs due to government interference, as well as increased immigration post 1965 driving down wages.

    Replies: @Jack D

    , @Art Deco
    @Jonathan Mason

    Most people are working class in any place where the farm population falls below a certain thresh-hold. If you can find a country with a population larger than Liechtenstein's where most of the working population is not hourly, tell us where it is. About 70% of the white population lives in owner-occupied housing. Around age 30, white householders owning and white householders renting are about equal in number. By age 55, north of 80% of all white householders are owner-occupiers.

  61. “To storm the Capitol, to smash windows, to occupy offices on the floor of the United States Senate, rummaging through desks, on the House of Representatives, threatening the safety of duly elected officials.
    “It’s not protest; it’s insurrection.”

    Statement by Biden pretty much describes what some of his followers have been doing these past few months.

    • Replies: @El Dato
    @Escher

    I like this. Translation: "Protests are ok as long as I don't need to give a fuck."

    The Priesthood of Democracy is up in arms: "MUH DESK CONTENTS!!"

  62. Looks like we’ve just had our Reichstag fire.

    • Replies: @Flip
    @International Jew


    Looks like we’ve just had our Reichstag fire.
     
    Watch for the enabling act. The Dems are going to push gun control. They don't want the deplorables to be armed.

    Replies: @The Alarmist

    , @S. Anonyia
    @International Jew

    Yep. Today’s events scared the shit out of DC. Schumer compared it to Pearl Harbor. Congress cowered and donned “escape hoods” as unarmed (mostly Boomers) aimlessly walked around the Capitol while shouting. This will be used as carte blanche to justify whatever the left wants. Really bizarre moment, honestly. I’ll probably be even more careful about what I say online.

  63. @Anon
    It seems to me that when people break down barricades and storm the actual US Capitol, they're by definition no longer LARPers.

    Replies: @Kronos

    It’s all fun and games until someone’s tarred and feathered.

    • Replies: @Anon
    @Kronos

    It always cracks me up when idiot Boomers invoke the Founding Fathers as paragons of restraint. If it had been the Founding Fathers storming the Capital today, they would have strung up a geezer Senator (or five).

    Even better when Boomers invoke the Anglo-Saxon tradition. That would have been even more grim today. By now, there would be piles of Swamp Creature entrails on the Capital steps, and the Anglo-Saxons would be handing out fingers and ears as souvenirs to the crowd.

    As it turns out, in the Anglo-Saxon tradition, liberty is a life and death matter. Hence, "give me liberty or give me death." But this is all completely alien to the Boomer mind.

    Replies: @Kronos, @Alice in Wonderland

  64. @notsaying
    @Greg Kennerd

    It is not as simple as you want it to be.

    Whites have dominated America for centuries. Whites still own most of America. Things have changed but ownership means a lot. As anti-white whites with money and education realize the implications of their dislike of whites without their advantages, I think many will change their opinion about their fellow whites. It's not easy to be a minority, especially after being a majority for hundreds of years. Watch the elite white people cling to and protect their privilege once they realize it's under threat.

    What people want in theory is not always what they want in practice. You might find this out for yourself. How would you respond if your kids or grandkids couldn't have what you had because more of the good things in America were going to minorities from overseas?

    Replies: @Kma815, @martin_2, @James Charles

    I have been thinking along similar lines lately. Those wealthy liberal establishment types of white people who favoured ethnic minorities over white working people always imagined that they would be okay because they were intellectually superior and all round better people than those of immigrant stock. What they didn’t realise was that some ethnic minorities, the Indians, the Chinese, were cleverer than they are and (in particular the Indians) would soon occupy many of the elite positions that wealthy educated whites thought would remain theirs in perpetuity. And ethnic minorities have their own own networks and group interests to promote. In the UK those of Indian heritage are very prominent in government now.

    This is why when I worked with them I always enjoyed telling these white liberal types how MRI scans have shown that Chinese brains are larger than white brains, and that the Chinese have higher average IQ.

    • Replies: @Eric Novak
    @martin_2

    You never worked with white liberals. You’ve never even had a job. Spraying disinfectant into bowling shoes is not a job.

    , @Curmudgeon
    @martin_2

    While it may be true that some ethnic minorities are more clever, the reality is that China and India each have populations in excess of 1 billion, and a lot of the "smart ones" leave. The combined native European population is now likely less than either of the above. There are bound to be more "smart" people in a population of 1 billion than the UK`s 65 million, regardless of whether the ethnicity itself is more clever. We are seeing that today with Africa`s population explosion. While the overall intelligence may remain the same, the population explosion has created more "smart" ones in numbers.
    The ethnic networking is the most damaging. In my work life, I dealt with situations where the ethnic minority actively worked against Whites on the job, over blowing inconsequential errors while covering massive mistakes of one of their own. In two cases, it literally drove the White person crazy. Any push back led to complaints of "racism" even to North American Indians and Blacks. It was insane, but the higher-ups gobbled it up.

  65. @Steve Sailer
    @Russ

    Nah, Biden didn't do terribly well compared to Hillary in places like Philadelphia. That one in particular might have to do with the BLM riot the week before.

    Replies: @newrouter, @Coemgen, @Russ

    The Dem machine literally made it up in Montgomery and Delaware counties.

  66. @Anonymous
    @Stonewall Jackson

    Thanks for posting this. I was so pissed off by Sailer’s dismissive comment, especially as our country, political system, and our American way of life is unraveling before our eyes.

    Equally disgusting is the condemnation by “conservative” talking heads of the patriots who stormed the Capitol today. I guess these “conservative” commentators would’ve roundly condemned members of the Boston Tea Party and advocated that colonists follow the rule of law and Britannia.

    Replies: @Hypnotoad666, @Joseph Doaks, @Bill

    was so pissed off by Sailer’s dismissive comment, especially as our country, political system, and our American way of life is unraveling before our eyes.

    To say anything un-dismissive would require one to acknowledge why the patriots were there in the first place — namely, the refusal of the media and political class to even recognize or investigate the massive evidence of election fraud.

    But “election fraud” is apparently a taboo term even on dissident websites.

    Furthermore, at least one woman was murdered by police, so calling her a LARP.er is especially dismissive and inaccurate.

    • Replies: @Peripatetic Itch
    @Hypnotoad666

    Edward Solomon brilliantly reverse engineers the election steal in Georgia:

    https://www.bitchute.com/video/0jHZcVXz1hS7/

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3pVAKm8JqvU&feature=youtu.be

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1-j3msC3EQ0-dxpbN2lsKQm_SoaRrvXSo/view

  67. @Bubba
    @Greg Kennerd


    Goodbye white supremacist facscist terrotists
     
    Tiny Duck! How ya' doing these days? Looks like you are still miserable as always.

    Maybe the Democrat supermajority will give you another handout so you can learn how to use spellcheck.

    Replies: @Alfa158

    It isn’t lack of spellcheck, Duck inserts those errors deliberately. They are part of the satirical trolling he does.

  68. @Jonathan Mason
    When I first came to the United States it was after a long spell in Bermuda, and I must say I was surprised at the plight of the working class whites in the US..

    In Bermuda pretty much all the white Bermudians owned businesses like department stores or bakeries or car dealerships, or else they were doctors and dentists and lawyers and bankers.

    Many black Bermudians filled middling professions like nursing and police, teaching, and civil service jobs, and Portuguese Azoreans were imported to do the dirty work like farming, cleaning offices and emptying septic tanks.

    What I couldn't understand when I came to the United States was why there were so many working class whites whose families had been in the US for generations, but had still not really established themselves in the US.

    You would think that the first generation would be working class and buying a modest home. The second generation would go to community college and get jobs in nursing or real estate or police work, and that the third generation would go to graduate school.

    In Bermuda obtaining ownership of real estate was referred to as owning a piece of The Rock, but it seems that many Americans have never obtained a piece of the continent.

    It seems to me that a lot of the angry Trump supporters come from that non-established white working class. I guess you could take them out of the European class system, but you couldn't take them out of the working class.

    Replies: @Flip, @Art Deco

    It used to be that way, but living standards have dropped since the 1970s due to the offshoring of factory jobs, the military sucking up immense resources, and the cartelization of health care, education, and real estate with high costs due to government interference, as well as increased immigration post 1965 driving down wages.

    • Agree: Fred777, JohnnyWalker123
    • Replies: @Jack D
    @Flip

    I don't think what Jonathan has describing has really changed. There was always, even pre-1965, a non-upwardly mobile American white working class. Dad worked in the steel mill or the coal mine or whatever and maybe grandpa did too, so when sonny got out of HS (or quit HS) he'd go down there and get a job too. Sonny was never that good at school anyway - not everyone is a genius. (The difference between Bermuda and the US is that there are few low IQ whites in Bermuda. Numerically, in the US, low IQ whites are a 1 for 1 match with low IQ blacks. There are other English speaking countries with hereditary low IQ working classes starting with the UK itself.) Maybe this was not the most pleasant job in the world (that's why it's called a job) but if you could get in the union the pay was good and steady and enough to support a family with a modest house and a car or two (and maybe a 2nd job on the side).

    The difference is that now the steel mill is closed so there is no job, just part time work delivering pizzas or something and you have no hope to be able to support a family on that and maybe instead of drinking too much beer like Dad you do opiates.

    Replies: @Bill P

  69. Anon[408] • Disclaimer says:
    @Russ
    @Anon


    The public knows they are being had
     
    Truly.

    My favorite election factoid: Hillary'16 outperformed Biden'20 in every major city except for those in the swing states.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @keypusher, @Anon

    Trump lost. He lost. He barely won by the electoral college by 78,000 votes in 2016 against an extremely unlikable opponent and lost the popular vote by 3 million. In most ways he didn’t do much to improve his image over the next four years, and then ran against a cipher.

    It shouldn’t come as a shock that he couldn’t win again, especially after four more years of mass immigration-induced demographic change.

    All of us here probably agree on 95% of the issues. None of us want to return to the RINO Era GOP. None of us. Let’s accept defeat graciously and move on to finding ways to stop the Left and kick their asses in 2022.

    • Troll: Catdog, GeneralRipper
    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Anon


    He barely won by the electoral college by 78,000 votes in 2016 ...
     
    Nope, he won the electoral college by 77 out of 571 total.

    Sorry, that sounds like nit-picking, but it's important to think of it the right way, as States' choices rather than people's choices. That's what it was about per the Founders.

    Agreed on the rest, till this:

    Let’s accept defeat graciously and move on to finding ways to stop the Left and kick their asses in 2022.
     
    We are not going to vote our way out of our problems. Experience tells me that it's way too late, and even if we miraculously had a slate of Mo Brookses in '22, most of them would turn on us within their first term.
    , @tyrone
    @Anon

    "None of us want to return to the RINO Era GOP."….."Let’s accept defeat graciously"….cognitive dissonance much?

    , @PhysicistDave
    @Anon

    Anon[408] wrote:


    Let’s accept defeat graciously and move on to finding ways to stop the Left and kick their asses in 2022.
     
    I've been reading up on the history of the Left in various books written by guys ranging from the old European Traditionalist Right to Leftists.

    The Left does not think like normal human beings.

    You may think of this like a Student Council election, where, hey, somebody's gotta lose, better luck next time.

    But the Left does not think like this: the Left hates human beings as they now exist, and they have for centuries.

    You care more about your wife than you do about the nasty harpy who lives three doors down? You're a misogynist!

    You kinda hope your daughter finds a nice guy and pops out some grandkids for you? You're a homophobe and anti-feminist!

    You kinda like being able to decide which model of car you can buy? You're a running dog of the capitalist exploiters (not to mention trying to destroy the planet)!

    And don't get me going on your idea that you can choose your own religion, philosophy, etc.

    We now have more than two centuries of experience with this pestilence. Leftists are a danger to the human race -- hostes humani generis.

    The Left persists because most decent people just cannot wrap their heads around this.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Reactionary Utopian

    , @annamaria
    @Anon

    Missis A, it is the US that has lost – and it happened when Mrs. Clinton hired a foreign agent Steele (MI6) to do a slander job on POTUS. Then certain Mr. Schumer explained the deplorables that alphabet agencies have six ways till Saturday, and so forth. The agencies obliged, as well as mass media (owned by 6 people, all Zionists).

    The US has begun losing by doing color revolutions ("the democracy on the march") in faraway lands to please the MIC and Banksters. Just recently, a certain member of the State Dept. (and representative of the Kagans' clan) had selected a president of Ukraine with the help of the self-proclaimed neo-Nazis. The US Congress was in awe, and the Jewish State sent Israeli rifles for the neo-Nazis.

    And tonight, it is the US turn to enjoy the "democracy on the march," though the US Congress for some inexplicable reasons does not like this American march towards democracy. Perhaps, if neo-Nazis join the march and the Jewish State send a proper directive, the Congress would be happy to accept the march.

  70. @International Jew
    Looks like we've just had our Reichstag fire.

    Replies: @Flip, @S. Anonyia

    Looks like we’ve just had our Reichstag fire.

    Watch for the enabling act. The Dems are going to push gun control. They don’t want the deplorables to be armed.

    • Replies: @The Alarmist
    @Flip


    Watch for the enabling act. The Dems are going to push gun control. They don’t want the deplorables to be armed.

     

    It will be a lot more than just gun control.

    Funny how this relatively peaceful protest is now denounced as insurrection, but that tells you how things are going to roll from here on.
  71. @Anonymous
    @Stonewall Jackson

    Thanks for posting this. I was so pissed off by Sailer’s dismissive comment, especially as our country, political system, and our American way of life is unraveling before our eyes.

    Equally disgusting is the condemnation by “conservative” talking heads of the patriots who stormed the Capitol today. I guess these “conservative” commentators would’ve roundly condemned members of the Boston Tea Party and advocated that colonists follow the rule of law and Britannia.

    Replies: @Hypnotoad666, @Joseph Doaks, @Bill

    “Equally disgusting is the condemnation by “conservative” talking heads of the patriots who stormed the Capitol today.”

    Yes, many of the voices on conservative media I listened to respectfully (until today) have engaged in a round of pandering and virtue signalling as repulsive as that of any left-wing politician.

    A peacefully protesting, unarmed young woman was killed by a cop today. Speaking of alternative timelines, imagine that she was part of a black lives matter protest. There would be riots in half a dozen cities and rage against the police from every source, with demands for accountability, to include the identification and immediate firing of the guilty officer.

    But only Tucker Carlson even dared to mention the killing of this young woman by the brave policeman. She was only a LARPing deplorable and most likely white, so I guess that’s OK then. Watch the incident disappear down the memory hole.

    • Thanks: St-Germain
    • Replies: @PhysicistDave
    @Joseph Doaks

    Joseph Doaks wrote:


    Yes, many of the voices on conservative media I listened to respectfully (until today) have engaged in a round of pandering and virtue signalling as repulsive as that of any left-wing politician.
     
    They are afraid, very, very afraid.

    The Left uses incidents like this to crack-down, good and hard, on their enemies.

    As far as I can tell, what the "rioters" did was break some windows, stand at the Senate podium, and take a selfie in Pelosi's office.

    Now, I hate breaking glass -- once I accidentally broke our shower door when I was cleaning it (long story). Anyway, I would not have broken the windows. And I do not take selfies.

    But I do wonder how our mainstream conservative friends would have viewed the Boston Tea Party. A lot more destruction than some broken windows, and the cause was not as obvious as a stolen election.

    How will this play out? Short term, the MSM will make hay of it. Long term, well, as Zhou Enlai said when asked what he thought of the French Revolution, "It's too early to tell."

    #RememberAshliBabbitt -- try using that hashtag and see how soon you are deplatformed!

    One big issue is going to be the supposed pipe bombs -- sounds unlikely to me, but if that proves to be true, that will change the story.

    Replies: @PhysicistDave, @Peter Akuleyev

    , @Mr. Anon
    @Joseph Doaks


    Yes, many of the voices on conservative media I listened to respectfully (until today) have engaged in a round of pandering and virtue signalling as repulsive as that of any left-wing politician.
     
    S**t-bags like Erik Erikson and Rick Wilson should be persona-non-grata in conservative circles. Likewise all the useless cucks like Kasich, Romney, etc. They should not be able to address a Republican group without being booed from the stage.

    We need our own black-list.
    , @Dad Vader
    @Joseph Doaks

    I saw the video of this poor girl being shot. She was murdered, shot point blank. When the camera shifted to show her on the floor, I saw a number of police behind her, doing nothing. What the hell is going on here? If the cops had acted they could have prevented this.

  72. It could be a LARP. It might amount to nothing.

    However, it is not beyond the scope of reason to think, Steve, that the insurgency began and you missed it.

    • Replies: @Danindc
    @halfwaydecentbassline

    Hey, that was my favorite song for a long time!

  73. The Jews may have staged a false flag today.

    https://twitter.com/paulsperry_/status/1346940301307310082

    I think the Jews might use this as an excuse to clamp down on their opponents, perhaps imposing a police state.

    Reichstag Fire.

    Watch this 1 minute clip. The Jews are doing something like this.

    • Replies: @Eric Novak
    @JohnnyWalker123

    The “former FBI agent” was probably AntiFa. Why would anyone complain about AntiFa imitating Trump supporters who want to defenestrate Mitch McConnell? AntiFa-as-Trumpers is the cuckservative meme of the day.

    , @Polemos
    @JohnnyWalker123

    Militarized police, UAVs, WAAS, IoTs & cameras hyperlinked, every cell phone bugged mapped and predicted: nothing that is not supposed to happen in Washington DC happens without someone opening up the door for it to happen. And when it does, you can follow all the ripples and see how good your model is.

    Left and Black folk say this ceding of ground to the protestors is proof of white supremacy. When black folk riot, the cops bring tanks and dogs and rifles. The white riot takes selfies with cops, the Black national voice amplifies. For example them, the insurgents and supremacists working together — the cops were always nicer to Whites, they say.

    So there will be speech controls.
    There will be thunderous retweets 🕊️

    Jar Jar voted for it.

  74. @Thomas
    @danand

    https://twitter.com/KUSINews/status/1346978856255647744?s=20

    Replies: @Anon, @CCZ, @anon

    “Say Her Name”

    ASHLI BABBIT

    White Lives Matter

  75. @Reg Cæsar
    @Anon

    Setting off a nuke would be less frightening to the powers-that-be than would pardoning Edward Snowden and Julian Assange, and giving them a place to live and work without fear or restriction.

    Replies: @Hypnotoad666

    Setting off a nuke would be less frightening to the powers-that-be than would pardoning Edward Snowden and Julian Assange,

    I have never been able to decide exactly how I felt about those two. At this point, however, I am leaning toward an “enemy of my enemy . . .” approach.

    I think Trump should pardon them just to piss off the deep state. Also, it might build some common ground with populist, anti-establishment leftists that could prove useful in future struggles.

    • Replies: @dfordoom
    @Hypnotoad666


    I think Trump should pardon them just to piss off the deep state. Also, it might build some common ground with populist, anti-establishment leftists that could prove useful in future struggles.
     
    Building some common ground with populist, anti-establishment leftists would be a very good idea. But it would take intelligence and imagination so it won't happen.
  76. Anon[111] • Disclaimer says:
    @Danindc
    God the media shills are going to be relentless. Michael Brendan O’Flaherty me heart belongs to Ireland Dougherty has already come out with the strongest condemnation. What a bunch of cowards.

    It is a shame about that young girl though. Tragic. Were the police fired upon or threatened? Didn’t look like it. Ugh.

    Replies: @bomag, @danand, @Anon, @freedom-cat

    It is a shame about that young girl though. Tragic. Were the police fired upon or threatened? Didn’t look like it. Ugh.

    Apparently she was middle aged. She was shot while trying to breach a the broken upper glass part of a door. I’m not sure the cops on the other side could tell she was a woman.

    • Thanks: mark green
    • Replies: @anonymous
    @Anon

    She was an Air Force Vet for 14 years. She died a Patriot. Her name was Ashli Babbit. I'm willing to bet half of all enlisted men know her story by now.

    https://twitter.com/Partisangirl/status/1346969147503116288?s=20

    Replies: @GMC

    , @Corvinus
    @Anon

    Looks like a Capitol cop died at the hands of the Trump rioters.

    https://twitter.com/NoahGrayCNN/status/1347328675776225280

    Replies: @Wilkey

  77. @keypusher
    @Sandy Berger's Socks

    I’m not sure he really understands the rage.

    Not sure I do either. Not sure there's much "rage" to understand. A few hundred losers playing at being revolutionaries going up against losers playing at being cops and then chasing away a few hundred losers playing at being congressmen, all over a loser playing at being president.

    Replies: @Hockamaw

    A few hundred losers playing at being revolutionaries going up against losers playing at being cops and then chasing away a few hundred losers playing at being congressmen, all over a loser playing at being president.

    This is the correct take.

  78. @Greg Kennerd
    You want a war you got one

    We are powerful you are weak

    We are diverse you are homogenous

    We will win and you WILL PAY

    You are in a for a rude awakening. We will remember this terrorism and evil

    Blood is on your hands and we will ban guns take down statues deplatform you

    This site will not exist in a few months and that is a good thing

    Goodbye white supremacist facscist terrotists

    Replies: @Bubba, @notsaying, @Reg Cæsar, @tyrone, @Eric Novak, @fish, @annamaria, @Carlos22, @Buck Ransom, @bunky

    Tiny Duck! You’ve given up the fake language errors to imitate a non-English speaker?

  79. • LOL: Jack D
  80. @JohnnyWalker123
    The Jews may have staged a false flag today.

    https://twitter.com/paulsperry_/status/1346940301307310082

    I think the Jews might use this as an excuse to clamp down on their opponents, perhaps imposing a police state.

    Reichstag Fire.

    Watch this 1 minute clip. The Jews are doing something like this.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hS57I6swXcc

    Replies: @Eric Novak, @Polemos

    The “former FBI agent” was probably AntiFa. Why would anyone complain about AntiFa imitating Trump supporters who want to defenestrate Mitch McConnell? AntiFa-as-Trumpers is the cuckservative meme of the day.

  81. @martin_2
    @notsaying

    I have been thinking along similar lines lately. Those wealthy liberal establishment types of white people who favoured ethnic minorities over white working people always imagined that they would be okay because they were intellectually superior and all round better people than those of immigrant stock. What they didn't realise was that some ethnic minorities, the Indians, the Chinese, were cleverer than they are and (in particular the Indians) would soon occupy many of the elite positions that wealthy educated whites thought would remain theirs in perpetuity. And ethnic minorities have their own own networks and group interests to promote. In the UK those of Indian heritage are very prominent in government now.

    This is why when I worked with them I always enjoyed telling these white liberal types how MRI scans have shown that Chinese brains are larger than white brains, and that the Chinese have higher average IQ.

    Replies: @Eric Novak, @Curmudgeon

    You never worked with white liberals. You’ve never even had a job. Spraying disinfectant into bowling shoes is not a job.

    • LOL: Thomasina
  82. Trump’s people are now scabs and union-busters!

    The other AOC is paid to keep the grounds spruce:

    https://www.aoc.gov/about-us/work-with-us/careers

  83. @Anon
    @Russ

    Trump lost. He lost. He barely won by the electoral college by 78,000 votes in 2016 against an extremely unlikable opponent and lost the popular vote by 3 million. In most ways he didn't do much to improve his image over the next four years, and then ran against a cipher.

    It shouldn't come as a shock that he couldn't win again, especially after four more years of mass immigration-induced demographic change.

    All of us here probably agree on 95% of the issues. None of us want to return to the RINO Era GOP. None of us. Let's accept defeat graciously and move on to finding ways to stop the Left and kick their asses in 2022.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @tyrone, @PhysicistDave, @annamaria

    He barely won by the electoral college by 78,000 votes in 2016 …

    Nope, he won the electoral college by 77 out of 571 total.

    Sorry, that sounds like nit-picking, but it’s important to think of it the right way, as States’ choices rather than people’s choices. That’s what it was about per the Founders.

    Agreed on the rest, till this:

    Let’s accept defeat graciously and move on to finding ways to stop the Left and kick their asses in 2022.

    We are not going to vote our way out of our problems. Experience tells me that it’s way too late, and even if we miraculously had a slate of Mo Brookses in ’22, most of them would turn on us within their first term.

    • Agree: bomag
  84. @Bragadocious
    Meh, compared to the Puerto Rican takeover/shooting of Congress in 1950 or the Berniebro baseball field shooting in 2017 this was pretty small potatoes. It seems clear a lot of the provocateurs today were Antifa who were bused in decked out in patriotic garb. Probably a few FBI agents seeded amongst them as well.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    Meh, compared to the Puerto Rican takeover/shooting of Congress in 1950…

    A double tragedy. Puerto Rico is still our responsibility, and they missed Truman.

    • LOL: Bubba
  85. @Flip
    @Jonathan Mason

    It used to be that way, but living standards have dropped since the 1970s due to the offshoring of factory jobs, the military sucking up immense resources, and the cartelization of health care, education, and real estate with high costs due to government interference, as well as increased immigration post 1965 driving down wages.

    Replies: @Jack D

    I don’t think what Jonathan has describing has really changed. There was always, even pre-1965, a non-upwardly mobile American white working class. Dad worked in the steel mill or the coal mine or whatever and maybe grandpa did too, so when sonny got out of HS (or quit HS) he’d go down there and get a job too. Sonny was never that good at school anyway – not everyone is a genius. (The difference between Bermuda and the US is that there are few low IQ whites in Bermuda. Numerically, in the US, low IQ whites are a 1 for 1 match with low IQ blacks. There are other English speaking countries with hereditary low IQ working classes starting with the UK itself.) Maybe this was not the most pleasant job in the world (that’s why it’s called a job) but if you could get in the union the pay was good and steady and enough to support a family with a modest house and a car or two (and maybe a 2nd job on the side).

    The difference is that now the steel mill is closed so there is no job, just part time work delivering pizzas or something and you have no hope to be able to support a family on that and maybe instead of drinking too much beer like Dad you do opiates.

    • Replies: @Bill P
    @Jack D

    Mining and operating blast furnaces are not jobs for dummies. Would you trust a guy with an 85 IQ with dynamite? Would you let him operate machines that roll 1300 degree steel at 30 mph?

    The less capable would work in certain agriculture or food processing jobs, which are now often held by immigrants. However, there are still plenty of service sector/low-end jobs for whites.

    Coal mining and steel production pay well because they require skilled labor. Those steel jobs we outsourced to Korea and China still require skilled labor. The people who got screwed worst in America are not the low IQ. They are the former middle class and their descendants.

    Maybe elites really think these people are dumb and therefore irrelevant. That just isn't true. A lot of them are quite intelligent, and that might become a problem for organizations larded with affirmative action functionaries.

    I understand that a lot of Jews used to work in factories making clothing and the like. When they were mistreated and exploited, it ended up causing a lot of problems for various governments, right? It seems that just because they operated sewing machines didn't mean they were dummies.

    Granted, these Jewish "operators" may have been more skilled in propaganda and political agitation than their contemporary American counterparts, but I'd give the latter the edge when it comes to making and breaking things. People may think that's irrelevant in this so-called information age, but that's foolish. None of the billionaires are dumb enough to believe that. They're all investing in rockets, nuclear power, electric infrastructure, etc.

    So that's the real problem we're in. This country's elite has alienated a critical segment of its population and now arrogantly calls them stupid and backward, when they are neither. It's probably a fatal mistake. I'm starting to wonder whether this republic will survive the next congress.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Joseph Doaks, @Desiderius, @Jack D, @Peter D. Bredon, @Curmudgeon

  86. @t
    Is the Capitol always the poorly secured? Or did the powers that be want there to be breach?

    Replies: @Ron Mexico, @Lost American, @ben tillman

    No and yes. All the actors played their parts flawlessly.

  87. @Greg Kennerd
    You want a war you got one

    We are powerful you are weak

    We are diverse you are homogenous

    We will win and you WILL PAY

    You are in a for a rude awakening. We will remember this terrorism and evil

    Blood is on your hands and we will ban guns take down statues deplatform you

    This site will not exist in a few months and that is a good thing

    Goodbye white supremacist facscist terrotists

    Replies: @Bubba, @notsaying, @Reg Cæsar, @tyrone, @Eric Novak, @fish, @annamaria, @Carlos22, @Buck Ransom, @bunky

    Hi Tinys Gregs….

  88. @Stan Adams
    I'm sitting outside right now, staring up at Orion. It's 60 degrees, totally clear. Beautiful night.

    Weird day. I enjoyed watching the shenanigans in Washington. Even if the guys storming the Capitol were nothing more than Antifa LARPers, it still felt good to see the machinery of the swamp machine grind to a halt and watch the bastards cut and run. Pelosi, McConnell, Pence ... fuck 'em all. Screw the pearl-clutching cucks who keep shrieking, "That's not who we are!" There is no "we" anymore, and maybe there never really was. The system is totally corrupt and not worth defending.

    There is a very good chance that Trump will be removed from office in the next few days. Perhaps he can cling to power for another two weeks; we'll see. At any rate, he's just about blown his wad.

    (That being said, anything can happen. Fourteen days can be an eternity in politics.)

    How screwed are we? Very, it would seem. But maybe we'll muddle through somehow.

    I'm feeling a bit numb at the moment. I was surprised by what happened today, but not shocked. Too many crazy things have transpired over the last few years for anyone who's been paying attention to be truly floored by the chaos in DC.

    If this is, indeed, the end of the Trump presidency, then let me say one thing to our embattled CiC: Thank you. Despite your failures, you forced the political establishment and the media to expose themselves as the lying, whoring, cheating sacks of shit that we always knew they were. You've opened a lot of people's eyes to the reality of what America has become. For that, if nothing else, you have earned our eternal gratitude.

    Replies: @MBlanc46, @Russ

    That last paragraph is gold, Stan.

    • Agree: niceland, David
  89. @Steve Sailer
    @Russ

    Nah, Biden didn't do terribly well compared to Hillary in places like Philadelphia. That one in particular might have to do with the BLM riot the week before.

    Replies: @newrouter, @Coemgen, @Russ

    Well, the 2020 election is over. Globalism Inc. won. Until the breadbasket realizes its power and starts flexing its muscles … it’s time to go back to noticing stuff like how much younger middle-aged women appear when they wear surgical masks.

    You will have noticed this if you’ve been going to Costco et al., since the de facto start of martial law.

    • LOL: JohnnyWalker123
  90. @Jonathan Mason
    When I first came to the United States it was after a long spell in Bermuda, and I must say I was surprised at the plight of the working class whites in the US..

    In Bermuda pretty much all the white Bermudians owned businesses like department stores or bakeries or car dealerships, or else they were doctors and dentists and lawyers and bankers.

    Many black Bermudians filled middling professions like nursing and police, teaching, and civil service jobs, and Portuguese Azoreans were imported to do the dirty work like farming, cleaning offices and emptying septic tanks.

    What I couldn't understand when I came to the United States was why there were so many working class whites whose families had been in the US for generations, but had still not really established themselves in the US.

    You would think that the first generation would be working class and buying a modest home. The second generation would go to community college and get jobs in nursing or real estate or police work, and that the third generation would go to graduate school.

    In Bermuda obtaining ownership of real estate was referred to as owning a piece of The Rock, but it seems that many Americans have never obtained a piece of the continent.

    It seems to me that a lot of the angry Trump supporters come from that non-established white working class. I guess you could take them out of the European class system, but you couldn't take them out of the working class.

    Replies: @Flip, @Art Deco

    Most people are working class in any place where the farm population falls below a certain thresh-hold. If you can find a country with a population larger than Liechtenstein’s where most of the working population is not hourly, tell us where it is. About 70% of the white population lives in owner-occupied housing. Around age 30, white householders owning and white householders renting are about equal in number. By age 55, north of 80% of all white householders are owner-occupiers.

    • Thanks: Johann Ricke
  91. Larpschtag fire

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @Anon

    That's a good one.

    Replies: @Jenner Ickham Errican

  92. the childish LARPers who got into the US Capitol today

    Ooof. For a LARP, the following looks pretty realistic. Method LARPing?

    (Not vouching for the caption, but the fighting seems legit.)

    https://twitter.com/SJ4TRUMP/status/1346979097889660929

  93. @Anon
    @Thomas

    Warning... graphic video...

    https://banned.video/watch?id=5ff63502f23a18318ceb28a7

    Replies: @danand, @anon, @MEH 0910

    “Warning… graphic video…”

    This video that #442 posted for us shows the shooting of Ashli Babbit, the patriot killed in the Capitol building today. Recorded from a few feet away, as #442 indicates, it’s graphic, leaving little doubt as to what occurred:

    https://banned.video/watch?id=5ff63502f23a18318ceb28a7

    • Thanks: Kronos
    • Replies: @SimpleSong
    @danand

    Next step would be for Trump supporters to stage a mostly peaceful protest of this police shooting. Make it just like the BLM protests. Alinski's rules and all.

    , @Anonymous
    @danand

    I feel bad for the woman. Based on her Twitter, it seems like she got swept up in the whole Q conspiracy scene.

  94. @Anon
    Larpschtag fire

    Replies: @Steve Sailer

    That’s a good one.

    • Replies: @Jenner Ickham Errican
    @Steve Sailer

    Any cute takes on the Boston Tea Party?

  95. @danand
    @Anon

    "Warning… graphic video…"

    This video that #442 posted for us shows the shooting of Ashli Babbit, the patriot killed in the Capitol building today. Recorded from a few feet away, as #442 indicates, it's graphic, leaving little doubt as to what occurred:

    https://banned.video/watch?id=5ff63502f23a18318ceb28a7

    Replies: @SimpleSong, @Anonymous

    Next step would be for Trump supporters to stage a mostly peaceful protest of this police shooting. Make it just like the BLM protests. Alinski’s rules and all.

    • Agree: mark green
  96. anon[134] • Disclaimer says:
    @Thomas
    @danand

    https://twitter.com/KUSINews/status/1346978856255647744?s=20

    Replies: @Anon, @CCZ, @anon

    This is a very sad thing. The most likely scenario involves one of the Capitol Police negligently discharging his — or her — sidearm. Capitol cops don’t really do much in the way of actual policing, so they aren’t stress tested. Anything off the Capitol zone is DC’s problem, the White House is Secret Service’s responsibility, etc.

    I predict this woman’s death will not be the spark for rioting; no chain big-box stores will be looted; no bridges across the Potomac will be blocked with barricades; no graffiti will be spray painted onto Federal buildings / monuments; no statues will be tipped over; no churches will be burned, etc. and etc.

    The cop who shot her will not be doxxed, no mob will be sent to his / her home to terrorize the family. There will not be an arrest, nor will there be demands for one.

    In other words, the MAGA’s will not act like BLM / Antifa, last year’s pampered pets of the progtards.

    For this self control, we shall all be punished.

    • Replies: @Thomas
    @anon

    It is sad. And I agree with you on the likely official reaction. They will basically slander this woman and everyone with her as "terrorists," and sweep her killing under a rug. The killer will never face any accountability whatsoever, and will be protected by the system. And no, there will be no criminal reaction by MAGA, the way there would be over any of the many black degenerates who have caused cities to burn over the last year.

    Still, for all of that, I'm not quite as pessimistic as you are about the outcome. If there was anything to be gained out of today, it's the fight for white normie mindshare. Three-and-a-half years ago in Charlottesville, it was easy to defame everyone involved as Nazis. (The seed of Joe Biden's Presidential campaign was built on this lie.) The people out in DC today were mostly normal, civnat MAGA patriots. The ones who went into the Capitol were doing nothing that leftists haven't done many times in the past several years. (See: https://www.foxnews.com/politics/kavanaugh-protesters-flood-grassleys-office-ahead-of-hearing-weve-got-some-things-to-talk-about) And this woman, a comely, 14-year Air Force veteran, will be difficult to slander as a Nazi.

    And she was killed for her trouble, by a cop, for going into a building her tax dollars paid for. Those facts, and much else that is going on right now and over the past year, are going to help break the civnat spell normie is under, little by little. Just in the past week, you can see folks on /ourside/ getting a lot more physical with police (and vice-versa). #backtheblue is starting to fray. If there is any hope, it lies in working gradually to convert these sorts of normie, civnat, MAGA types from conservatives, who believe they still have an America to preserve, into revolutionaries, who realize that it's time to start working on what comes after America.

    Replies: @CCZ, @PhysicistDave, @annamaria, @Bill Jones

  97. @Anon
    @Danindc


    It is a shame about that young girl though. Tragic. Were the police fired upon or threatened? Didn’t look like it. Ugh.
     
    Apparently she was middle aged. She was shot while trying to breach a the broken upper glass part of a door. I'm not sure the cops on the other side could tell she was a woman.

    https://twitter.com/Angry_Staffer/status/1346978931539374081

    https://twitter.com/BigDumbSwede/status/1346958570433228800

    Replies: @anonymous, @Corvinus

    She was an Air Force Vet for 14 years. She died a Patriot. Her name was Ashli Babbit. I’m willing to bet half of all enlisted men know her story by now.

    https://twitter.com/Partisangirl/status/1346969147503116288?s=20

    • Agree: Peripatetic Itch
    • Replies: @GMC
    @anonymous

    She should be remembered ! Although she's an American, her destiny was the same as if she were a Syrian, Libyan, Iraqui, Afghani, Iranian, Lebanese, or Russian/ Ukrainian - they all died - some defying the US , some fighting for what's right, caught in the Xfire, bombed out , murdered by proxy terrorist, but all died at the hands of the US/One World Order Crime Syndicate in Washington, Tel Aviv, London, Paris , Brussels, etc. etc. etc. Will America Martyr her, like the Mid East does to some , will they build a following like that blackman killed in Minnesota? She certainly is worthy of it , even though she was not known, and is white. Спасибо-Spasibo

  98. @Anon
    @Thomas

    Warning... graphic video...

    https://banned.video/watch?id=5ff63502f23a18318ceb28a7

    Replies: @danand, @anon, @MEH 0910

    WSJ said the woman was shot by “police”. Which police fired the shot? It was probably one of the two who were closest to her. The one who fired the shot needs to be arrested and charged with murder.

    • Agree: Thomasina
    • Replies: @Peripatetic Itch
    @anon


    It was probably one of the two [police] who were closest to her.
     
    The pistol was fired by someone on the far side of the door, away from the crowd. There is a video showing the gun being very deliberately aimed and fired, a barrel flash and a recoil. It doesn't show who is responsible, but whoever is perhaps 6-8 feet away from Ashli and was in no way being threatened by her. She was using both hands to balance herself against the edges of the window frame she was just beginning to step through. She fell backward. I doubt she even saw the gun.

    A cold-blooded ambush. Under color of law.
  99. @danand
    @Anon

    "Warning… graphic video…"

    This video that #442 posted for us shows the shooting of Ashli Babbit, the patriot killed in the Capitol building today. Recorded from a few feet away, as #442 indicates, it's graphic, leaving little doubt as to what occurred:

    https://banned.video/watch?id=5ff63502f23a18318ceb28a7

    Replies: @SimpleSong, @Anonymous

    I feel bad for the woman. Based on her Twitter, it seems like she got swept up in the whole Q conspiracy scene.

  100. @halfwaydecentbassline
    It could be a LARP. It might amount to nothing.

    However, it is not beyond the scope of reason to think, Steve, that the insurgency began and you missed it.


    https://youtu.be/rePNg6MmdEQ

    Replies: @Danindc

    Hey, that was my favorite song for a long time!

  101. @JohnnyWalker123
    The Jews may have staged a false flag today.

    https://twitter.com/paulsperry_/status/1346940301307310082

    I think the Jews might use this as an excuse to clamp down on their opponents, perhaps imposing a police state.

    Reichstag Fire.

    Watch this 1 minute clip. The Jews are doing something like this.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hS57I6swXcc

    Replies: @Eric Novak, @Polemos

    Militarized police, UAVs, WAAS, IoTs & cameras hyperlinked, every cell phone bugged mapped and predicted: nothing that is not supposed to happen in Washington DC happens without someone opening up the door for it to happen. And when it does, you can follow all the ripples and see how good your model is.

    Left and Black folk say this ceding of ground to the protestors is proof of white supremacy. When black folk riot, the cops bring tanks and dogs and rifles. The white riot takes selfies with cops, the Black national voice amplifies. For example them, the insurgents and supremacists working together — the cops were always nicer to Whites, they say.

    So there will be speech controls.
    There will be thunderous retweets 🕊️

    Jar Jar voted for it.

  102. @Steve Sailer
    @Anon

    That's a good one.

    Replies: @Jenner Ickham Errican

    Any cute takes on the Boston Tea Party?

  103. @Hypnotoad666
    @Reg Cæsar


    Setting off a nuke would be less frightening to the powers-that-be than would pardoning Edward Snowden and Julian Assange,
     
    I have never been able to decide exactly how I felt about those two. At this point, however, I am leaning toward an "enemy of my enemy . . ." approach.

    I think Trump should pardon them just to piss off the deep state. Also, it might build some common ground with populist, anti-establishment leftists that could prove useful in future struggles.

    Replies: @dfordoom

    I think Trump should pardon them just to piss off the deep state. Also, it might build some common ground with populist, anti-establishment leftists that could prove useful in future struggles.

    Building some common ground with populist, anti-establishment leftists would be a very good idea. But it would take intelligence and imagination so it won’t happen.

  104. @Reg Cæsar
    @Greg Kennerd


    You want a war you got one

     

    https://3.bp.blogspot.com/-Bumy6ZE2L-Q/U9S2hCw6mwI/AAAAAAAAAHA/WvKQG9zZirI/s1600/amx40duck.jpg

    https://www.partypalooza.com/Merchant2/graphics/00000001/rubduckcamo_540x540.jpg


    https://img.ltwebstatic.com/images3_pi/2020/06/03/1591153118f6b3c30a6416a17f57fa9bed9d646078_thumbnail_600x.webp

    The word from Hayden Rectangle:

    https://npr.brightspotcdn.com/dims4/default/761c205/2147483647/strip/true/crop/2000x1050+0+151/resize/1200x630!/quality/90/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fnpr-brightspot.s3.amazonaws.com%2Flegacy%2Fsites%2Fkwmu%2Ffiles%2F201806%2F0603_SF_March_01.jpg


    https://npr.brightspotcdn.com/dims4/default/761c205/2147483647/strip/true/crop/2000x1050+0+151/resize/1200x630!/quality/90/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fnpr-brightspot.s3.amazonaws.com%2Flegacy%2Fsites%2Fkwmu%2Ffiles%2F201806%2F0603_SF_March_01.jpg

    Replies: @jon

    That picture is hilarious – wearing hunter’s safety orange to prevent gun violence. Maybe if we could teach them the Three Laws, we could also get them to approve their dismal level of accuracy that Steve is always pointing out:
    1. Treat every gun as if it were loaded.
    2. Always point gun in a safe direction.
    3. Be sure of your target, and beyond.

  105. Trump is set up very nicely for a 2024 win. It will be open season on white men for the next four years. They can’t help themselves.

    Think there will be any call for dialogue with the other side? I doubt it. For instance, that Jewish Senator from New York just called every single one of them “domestic terrorists”.

    • Replies: @tyrone
    @Canadian Observer

    "2024 win."…..if he survives or stays out of jail……the coordinated hate campaign against Trump is not going to stop on the 21st …….project Vilification has begun.

    , @Nancy Pelosi's Latina Maid
    @Canadian Observer


    Trump is set up very nicely for a 2024 win.
     
    That's hilarious. So you're confident neither D.C. nor Puerto Rico will become states, to ensure Democrat victories for the rest of our lives?

    Or that immigration won't continue unchecked, to ensure Democrat victories for the rest of our lives?

    Or that future elections WON'T be based on whatever amount of fraud is necessary to ensure Democrat victories for the rest of our lives?

    Or that all of Big Tech, Big Pharma, Big Jew, Big Media, Big Biz, academia and Wall Street won't be in unholy alliance to ensure Democrat victories for the rest of our lives?

    Whatever makes you think the next four years are going to be more honest than the last four years?

    Forget it, Johnny. It's over.
  106. @Kma815
    @notsaying

    Rich Whites have dominated America for centuries. Not that trash who desecrated the capitol this afternoon. Just correcting that for you. You're welcome.

    Replies: @Bill, @ben tillman, @cylindrical crown, @JM

    Yeah, man, the capital was sacred up until today.

  107. @Anonymous
    @Stonewall Jackson

    Thanks for posting this. I was so pissed off by Sailer’s dismissive comment, especially as our country, political system, and our American way of life is unraveling before our eyes.

    Equally disgusting is the condemnation by “conservative” talking heads of the patriots who stormed the Capitol today. I guess these “conservative” commentators would’ve roundly condemned members of the Boston Tea Party and advocated that colonists follow the rule of law and Britannia.

    Replies: @Hypnotoad666, @Joseph Doaks, @Bill

    Uh, yeah, that’s what conservatives do: oppose revolution.

  108. @Anon
    @Russ

    Trump lost. He lost. He barely won by the electoral college by 78,000 votes in 2016 against an extremely unlikable opponent and lost the popular vote by 3 million. In most ways he didn't do much to improve his image over the next four years, and then ran against a cipher.

    It shouldn't come as a shock that he couldn't win again, especially after four more years of mass immigration-induced demographic change.

    All of us here probably agree on 95% of the issues. None of us want to return to the RINO Era GOP. None of us. Let's accept defeat graciously and move on to finding ways to stop the Left and kick their asses in 2022.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @tyrone, @PhysicistDave, @annamaria

    “None of us want to return to the RINO Era GOP.”…..”Let’s accept defeat graciously”….cognitive dissonance much?

  109. @notsaying
    Should Trump resign over what happened today, which he undoubtedly contributed to?

    Will he pardon anyone charged with federal crimes -- will they be charged with federal crimes or will they all be DC metro crimes? Can he pardon John Does so that people identified after he's out of office aren't charged with federal crimes?

    This has never happened before so a lot of questions come to mind.

    Replies: @Stan Adams, @Joe Stalin, @Excal, @socialschism_works, @Justsaying, @Wally, @Mick Jagger gathers no Mosque, @Kyle

    “Undoubtedly contributed”? He told them to go home. Did Trump let them into the Capitol building?

    Somebody did. If security were on any sort of alert — as obviously they would have been if there were the slightest expectation of violence — nobody would get within five hundred yards of those doors without their head getting blown off.

    And how did that knucklehead photographed at Pelosi’s desk even know where it was? Who doesn’t see that this was all staged — literally political theatre?

    If Trump really was behind this, then he’s a complete idiot, and it’s probably a blessing that he’s out of power.

  110. @International Jew
    Looks like we've just had our Reichstag fire.

    Replies: @Flip, @S. Anonyia

    Yep. Today’s events scared the shit out of DC. Schumer compared it to Pearl Harbor. Congress cowered and donned “escape hoods” as unarmed (mostly Boomers) aimlessly walked around the Capitol while shouting. This will be used as carte blanche to justify whatever the left wants. Really bizarre moment, honestly. I’ll probably be even more careful about what I say online.

  111. @Canadian Observer
    Trump is set up very nicely for a 2024 win. It will be open season on white men for the next four years. They can’t help themselves.

    Think there will be any call for dialogue with the other side? I doubt it. For instance, that Jewish Senator from New York just called every single one of them “domestic terrorists”.

    Replies: @tyrone, @Nancy Pelosi's Latina Maid

    “2024 win.”…..if he survives or stays out of jail……the coordinated hate campaign against Trump is not going to stop on the 21st …….project Vilification has begun.

  112. @Joseph Doaks
    @Anonymous

    "Equally disgusting is the condemnation by “conservative” talking heads of the patriots who stormed the Capitol today."

    Yes, many of the voices on conservative media I listened to respectfully (until today) have engaged in a round of pandering and virtue signalling as repulsive as that of any left-wing politician.

    A peacefully protesting, unarmed young woman was killed by a cop today. Speaking of alternative timelines, imagine that she was part of a black lives matter protest. There would be riots in half a dozen cities and rage against the police from every source, with demands for accountability, to include the identification and immediate firing of the guilty officer.

    But only Tucker Carlson even dared to mention the killing of this young woman by the brave policeman. She was only a LARPing deplorable and most likely white, so I guess that's OK then. Watch the incident disappear down the memory hole.

    Replies: @PhysicistDave, @Mr. Anon, @Dad Vader

    Joseph Doaks wrote:

    Yes, many of the voices on conservative media I listened to respectfully (until today) have engaged in a round of pandering and virtue signalling as repulsive as that of any left-wing politician.

    They are afraid, very, very afraid.

    The Left uses incidents like this to crack-down, good and hard, on their enemies.

    As far as I can tell, what the “rioters” did was break some windows, stand at the Senate podium, and take a selfie in Pelosi’s office.

    Now, I hate breaking glass — once I accidentally broke our shower door when I was cleaning it (long story). Anyway, I would not have broken the windows. And I do not take selfies.

    But I do wonder how our mainstream conservative friends would have viewed the Boston Tea Party. A lot more destruction than some broken windows, and the cause was not as obvious as a stolen election.

    How will this play out? Short term, the MSM will make hay of it. Long term, well, as Zhou Enlai said when asked what he thought of the French Revolution, “It’s too early to tell.”

    #RememberAshliBabbitt — try using that hashtag and see how soon you are deplatformed!

    One big issue is going to be the supposed pipe bombs — sounds unlikely to me, but if that proves to be true, that will change the story.

    • Replies: @PhysicistDave
    @PhysicistDave

    Michelle Malkin had the guts to tweet:


    Twitter promotes sideshow clowns as “trending topics” to distract from things that actually matter — like the murder of military veteran and Trump supporter #AshliBabbitt by Capitol police. Everything is rigged.
     
    I'm beginning to wonder if the only real men in this country are a few of the women.

    Replies: @Anon

    , @Peter Akuleyev
    @PhysicistDave

    The problem yesterday is that the “protestors” don’t stand for anything other than protecting Trump’s pride. Trump lost the election badly and humiliatingly, by 7 million votes to a weak has-been. Americans hate Trump’s guts and want him gone. But Trump is an aging diva who can’t leave the stage without making a scene. Why any “patriot” would willingly associate themselves with yesterday’s degradation is the question.

    Replies: @PhysicistDave, @Garliv, @bomag, @Authenticjazzman, @anon, @EugeneGur

  113. Steve, stop shiksing.

  114. Well The right wing populist movement is dead. All over the world not just the USA. Thanks MAGATS.

    • Disagree: GazaPlanet
  115. @notsaying
    Should Trump resign over what happened today, which he undoubtedly contributed to?

    Will he pardon anyone charged with federal crimes -- will they be charged with federal crimes or will they all be DC metro crimes? Can he pardon John Does so that people identified after he's out of office aren't charged with federal crimes?

    This has never happened before so a lot of questions come to mind.

    Replies: @Stan Adams, @Joe Stalin, @Excal, @socialschism_works, @Justsaying, @Wally, @Mick Jagger gathers no Mosque, @Kyle

    Photos and videos of antifa, in the building, false-flagging.

    • Troll: Corvinus
  116. @PhysicistDave
    @Joseph Doaks

    Joseph Doaks wrote:


    Yes, many of the voices on conservative media I listened to respectfully (until today) have engaged in a round of pandering and virtue signalling as repulsive as that of any left-wing politician.
     
    They are afraid, very, very afraid.

    The Left uses incidents like this to crack-down, good and hard, on their enemies.

    As far as I can tell, what the "rioters" did was break some windows, stand at the Senate podium, and take a selfie in Pelosi's office.

    Now, I hate breaking glass -- once I accidentally broke our shower door when I was cleaning it (long story). Anyway, I would not have broken the windows. And I do not take selfies.

    But I do wonder how our mainstream conservative friends would have viewed the Boston Tea Party. A lot more destruction than some broken windows, and the cause was not as obvious as a stolen election.

    How will this play out? Short term, the MSM will make hay of it. Long term, well, as Zhou Enlai said when asked what he thought of the French Revolution, "It's too early to tell."

    #RememberAshliBabbitt -- try using that hashtag and see how soon you are deplatformed!

    One big issue is going to be the supposed pipe bombs -- sounds unlikely to me, but if that proves to be true, that will change the story.

    Replies: @PhysicistDave, @Peter Akuleyev

    Michelle Malkin had the guts to tweet:

    Twitter promotes sideshow clowns as “trending topics” to distract from things that actually matter — like the murder of military veteran and Trump supporter #AshliBabbitt by Capitol police. Everything is rigged.

    I’m beginning to wonder if the only real men in this country are a few of the women.

    • Agree: Biff, Lost American
    • Replies: @Anon
    @PhysicistDave


    I’m beginning to wonder if the only real men in this country are a few of the women.
     
    Agree, starting with patriot Ashli Babbitt.

    My respect for Michelle Malkin has grown immensely over the last few years, especially over the last 6 months.

    One good thing about these nutty times we’re living in, they’ve been like a spotlight helping us see who the good guys are and who the snakes are (the latter are, sadly, the overwhelming majority of people I once respected).

    The events in the 24 hours have been like a scanning tunneling microscope in helping us further identify the good guys vs. the snakes.

  117. @Paul Rise
    Its such a stark difference from the BLM/Antifa crowd, it will be hard to make the smear stick.

    I suspect some new horror will quickly distract us from the first horror of 2021.

    Is there every really just a single bad year? In 477, did all the Romans look around and say "whew! Glad 476 is done. That was a rough year. Stuff is really turning the corner in '77!"

    Replies: @Oswald Spengler, @New Dealer

    Is there every really just a single bad year? In 477, did all the Romans look around and say “whew! Glad 476 is done. That was a rough year. Stuff is really turning the corner in ’77!”

    Yes.

    https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2018/11/why-536-was-worst-year-be-alive

    Ask medieval historian Michael McCormick what year was the worst to be alive, and he’s got an answer: “536.” Not 1349, when the Black Death wiped out half of Europe. Not 1918, when the flu killed 50 million to 100 million people, mostly young adults. But 536. In Europe, “It was the beginning of one of the worst periods to be alive, if not the worst year,” says McCormick, a historian and archaeologist who chairs the Harvard University Initiative for the Science of the Human Past.

    A mysterious fog plunged Europe, the Middle East, and parts of Asia into darkness, day and night—for 18 months. “For the sun gave forth its light without brightness, like the moon, during the whole year,” wrote Byzantine historian Procopius. Temperatures in the summer of 536 fell 1.5°C to 2.5°C, initiating the coldest decade in the past 2300 years. Snow fell that summer in China; crops failed; people starved. The Irish chronicles record “a failure of bread from the years 536–539.” Then, in 541, bubonic plague struck the Roman port of Pelusium, in Egypt. What came to be called the Plague of Justinian spread rapidly, wiping out one-third to one-half of the population of the eastern Roman Empire and hastening its collapse, McCormick says.

    537 wasn’t better, nor 538, nor 539, nor…

    • Replies: @El Dato
    @New Dealer

    Directly underneath that article:

    Shrine of decapitated heads suggests violence against foreigners in ancient Mexico

    Did you mean genocide?


    Fifteen hundred years ago, Mexico’s Teotihuacan was a multicultural metropolis, enlivened by the diverse dress, foods, and dialects of its immigrant groups. Artifacts show the city of more than 100,000 depended on a steady stream of foreigners, who brought skilled labor and exotic goods from across Mesoamerica. But after Teotihuacan faded, during a period of upheaval and uncertainty, locals may have turned against outsiders—and archaeologists now think they’ve found the decapitated heads to prove it.
     
    Things can change quickly in human affairs.

    Replies: @Rob McX

  118. Checking in after punting on this white grievance cesspool of a forum since last Nov, and not surprised to find USA libertarian Mensa dickweeds falling all over themselves to excuse what went down in DC today.
    This joint is full of a bunch of asshat hypocrites. Fucking jerks.
    Keep it up, 2021 is the year of the white duckweed asshat jerk.
    Note to Unz: Drain your own swamp and start over.
    Over and out

    • Troll: duncsbaby
    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @AReply


    Note to Unz: Drain your own swamp and start over.
    Over and out
     
    I suspect you’ve always been over, and never go out.
  119. Anon[231] • Disclaimer says:
    @Kronos
    @Anon

    It’s all fun and games until someone’s tarred and feathered.

    https://dpmasitm.files.wordpress.com/2013/01/tarring-feathering-1773-granger.jpg

    Replies: @Anon

    It always cracks me up when idiot Boomers invoke the Founding Fathers as paragons of restraint. If it had been the Founding Fathers storming the Capital today, they would have strung up a geezer Senator (or five).

    Even better when Boomers invoke the Anglo-Saxon tradition. That would have been even more grim today. By now, there would be piles of Swamp Creature entrails on the Capital steps, and the Anglo-Saxons would be handing out fingers and ears as souvenirs to the crowd.

    As it turns out, in the Anglo-Saxon tradition, liberty is a life and death matter. Hence, “give me liberty or give me death.” But this is all completely alien to the Boomer mind.

    • Agree: Kronos
    • Replies: @Kronos
    @Anon

    Still one of best “tarred and feathered” scenes ever.

    https://youtu.be/KdpKEs_dMHc

    , @Alice in Wonderland
    @Anon


    As it turns out, in the Anglo-Saxon tradition, liberty is a life and death matter. Hence, “give me liberty or give me death.” But this is all completely alien to the Boomer mind.
     
    these are the folks who actually believe you can kill someone by holding them down with your knee on their back.
  120. These MAGA people picked a Hell of a guy to build a personality cult around. They’ll go the extra mile for him – even getting arrested or shot – but he won’t do a damned thing for them and never did. Trump is a blowhard and a fraud.

    Why did these people do it?

    Maybe they saw BLM and Antifa riot, burn, and loot for a whole summer to the approbation of most Democratic politicians (the whole time that empty sack-of-nothing Joe Biden was cowering at home, hiding out from voters, I don’t remember him condemning the BLM riots once) and almost all of the media, and figured that White people can riot too.

    Maybe they believed Chuck Schumer when he said “Next we take Georgia and then we change America!” and they don’t think America ought to be changed. Maybe they like America the way it is.

    I think the people who stormed the Capitol were foolish, but I don’t despise them. They rightly saw that coastal/city America, as well as the Republican Party establishment, despises them, and has been undermining them and their country for the last thirty years or more. Now they’re returning that hatred.

  121. @anon
    @Thomas

    This is a very sad thing. The most likely scenario involves one of the Capitol Police negligently discharging his -- or her -- sidearm. Capitol cops don't really do much in the way of actual policing, so they aren't stress tested. Anything off the Capitol zone is DC's problem, the White House is Secret Service's responsibility, etc.

    I predict this woman's death will not be the spark for rioting; no chain big-box stores will be looted; no bridges across the Potomac will be blocked with barricades; no graffiti will be spray painted onto Federal buildings / monuments; no statues will be tipped over; no churches will be burned, etc. and etc.

    The cop who shot her will not be doxxed, no mob will be sent to his / her home to terrorize the family. There will not be an arrest, nor will there be demands for one.

    In other words, the MAGA's will not act like BLM / Antifa, last year's pampered pets of the progtards.

    For this self control, we shall all be punished.

    Replies: @Thomas

    It is sad. And I agree with you on the likely official reaction. They will basically slander this woman and everyone with her as “terrorists,” and sweep her killing under a rug. The killer will never face any accountability whatsoever, and will be protected by the system. And no, there will be no criminal reaction by MAGA, the way there would be over any of the many black degenerates who have caused cities to burn over the last year.

    Still, for all of that, I’m not quite as pessimistic as you are about the outcome. If there was anything to be gained out of today, it’s the fight for white normie mindshare. Three-and-a-half years ago in Charlottesville, it was easy to defame everyone involved as Nazis. (The seed of Joe Biden’s Presidential campaign was built on this lie.) The people out in DC today were mostly normal, civnat MAGA patriots. The ones who went into the Capitol were doing nothing that leftists haven’t done many times in the past several years. (See: https://www.foxnews.com/politics/kavanaugh-protesters-flood-grassleys-office-ahead-of-hearing-weve-got-some-things-to-talk-about) And this woman, a comely, 14-year Air Force veteran, will be difficult to slander as a Nazi.

    And she was killed for her trouble, by a cop, for going into a building her tax dollars paid for. Those facts, and much else that is going on right now and over the past year, are going to help break the civnat spell normie is under, little by little. Just in the past week, you can see folks on /ourside/ getting a lot more physical with police (and vice-versa). #backtheblue is starting to fray. If there is any hope, it lies in working gradually to convert these sorts of normie, civnat, MAGA types from conservatives, who believe they still have an America to preserve, into revolutionaries, who realize that it’s time to start working on what comes after America.

    • Replies: @CCZ
    @Thomas

    "They will basically slander this woman and everyone with her as “terrorists,” and sweep her killing under a rug."

    Already happening.

    Search her name and one of the first references is to "Heavy.com" and the headline "Ashli Babbitt: Woman Shot at US Capitol Was QAnon Conspiracy Believer."

    Other headlines from MSN:

    "Could the Capitol Rioters Really Be Charged with Felony Murder for Death of Ashli Babbit?"

    "4 dead, including Ashli Babbitt, as Trumpers attack Capitol"

    , @PhysicistDave
    @Thomas

    Thomas wrote:


    And this woman, a comely, 14-year Air Force veteran, will be difficult to slander as a Nazi.

    And she was killed for her trouble, by a cop, for going into a building her tax dollars paid for.
     
    Well, we will see if the Right has enough sense to make sure that she did not die in vain. There should be remembrances of Ashli Babbitt every January 6, a memorial somewhere, etc.

    If anyone thinks this is exploiting her memory, what is already available on the Web makes clear that she would have approved.

    Thomas also wrote:

    Those facts, and much else that is going on right now and over the past year, are going to help break the civnat spell normie is under, little by little.
     
    Hey, I'm a civnat. The battle is not going to be won just by white people. Michelle Malkin was one of the first people out of the block to condemn the killing of Ashli Babbitt as murder.

    Let the Dems be the psychopath party. And accept all decent human beings as our allies.

    #RememberAshliBabbitt

    Replies: @Colin Wright, @Authenticjazzman

    , @annamaria
    @Thomas

    As Mrs. Pelosi proclaimed, "if this capital crumbles to the ground, the one thing that remained is our [your] aid to Israel." https://twitter.com/LegendaryEnergy/status/1194506535210246144

    The deciders spoke: https://thesaker.is/and-now-a-short-message-from-our-masters-2/

    Comments: https://thesaker.is/mind-blowing-hypocrisy/ Mike on January 07, 2021 · at 1:42 am EST/EDT


    Actually you live in Greater Israel now
    Welcome to the brave new world
     
    Unarmed protester shot dead: https://www.bitchute.com/video/4FDUB2DShTrU/
    Comment:

    Did they open fire on BLM? ANTIFA? WTF? This is tyranny in action. ...
     

    Obviously victim is a Trump supporter, and totally incompetent police is not even giving her first aid. Wonder who was shooter and why was this poor woman murdered?
     

    DC cops murdering conservatives. On camera. Live-streamed. No consequences. Got the message yet, Trump supporters?
     
    , @Bill Jones
    @Thomas


    And she was killed for her trouble, by a cop, for going into a building her tax dollars paid for.
     
    She was a tax-eater not a tax payer.
  122. @Joseph Doaks
    @Anonymous

    "Equally disgusting is the condemnation by “conservative” talking heads of the patriots who stormed the Capitol today."

    Yes, many of the voices on conservative media I listened to respectfully (until today) have engaged in a round of pandering and virtue signalling as repulsive as that of any left-wing politician.

    A peacefully protesting, unarmed young woman was killed by a cop today. Speaking of alternative timelines, imagine that she was part of a black lives matter protest. There would be riots in half a dozen cities and rage against the police from every source, with demands for accountability, to include the identification and immediate firing of the guilty officer.

    But only Tucker Carlson even dared to mention the killing of this young woman by the brave policeman. She was only a LARPing deplorable and most likely white, so I guess that's OK then. Watch the incident disappear down the memory hole.

    Replies: @PhysicistDave, @Mr. Anon, @Dad Vader

    Yes, many of the voices on conservative media I listened to respectfully (until today) have engaged in a round of pandering and virtue signalling as repulsive as that of any left-wing politician.

    S**t-bags like Erik Erikson and Rick Wilson should be persona-non-grata in conservative circles. Likewise all the useless cucks like Kasich, Romney, etc. They should not be able to address a Republican group without being booed from the stage.

    We need our own black-list.

  123. @Anon
    @Russ

    Trump lost. He lost. He barely won by the electoral college by 78,000 votes in 2016 against an extremely unlikable opponent and lost the popular vote by 3 million. In most ways he didn't do much to improve his image over the next four years, and then ran against a cipher.

    It shouldn't come as a shock that he couldn't win again, especially after four more years of mass immigration-induced demographic change.

    All of us here probably agree on 95% of the issues. None of us want to return to the RINO Era GOP. None of us. Let's accept defeat graciously and move on to finding ways to stop the Left and kick their asses in 2022.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @tyrone, @PhysicistDave, @annamaria

    Anon[408] wrote:

    Let’s accept defeat graciously and move on to finding ways to stop the Left and kick their asses in 2022.

    I’ve been reading up on the history of the Left in various books written by guys ranging from the old European Traditionalist Right to Leftists.

    The Left does not think like normal human beings.

    You may think of this like a Student Council election, where, hey, somebody’s gotta lose, better luck next time.

    But the Left does not think like this: the Left hates human beings as they now exist, and they have for centuries.

    You care more about your wife than you do about the nasty harpy who lives three doors down? You’re a misogynist!

    You kinda hope your daughter finds a nice guy and pops out some grandkids for you? You’re a homophobe and anti-feminist!

    You kinda like being able to decide which model of car you can buy? You’re a running dog of the capitalist exploiters (not to mention trying to destroy the planet)!

    And don’t get me going on your idea that you can choose your own religion, philosophy, etc.

    We now have more than two centuries of experience with this pestilence. Leftists are a danger to the human race — hostes humani generis.

    The Left persists because most decent people just cannot wrap their heads around this.

    • Agree: Lost American
    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @PhysicistDave


    But the Left does not think like this: the Left hates human beings as they now exist, and they have for centuries.
     
    They went through their Marx period, but have found more success, and more comfort, in their Gramscian era. (I must confess I am a Gramscian, too, but in the opposite direction: recapture the culture.)

    One place we can start is by applying Critical Race Theory to our now-alien capital. The city is named for a slave owner, and its district for some genocidal maniac. How is this appropriate for the home of the Holocaust Museum? If it's not good enough for a San Francisco elementary school-- or was it Oakland?-- how can it suffice for the imperial capital of the diverse New America?

    What are good new names for the enemy territory? How about the city of Mansa Musa, claimed to be twice as rich as Jeff Besos? The District of Chaka Zulu?

    It would be difficult to persuade Americans to make such an entity a state. But clearly, no new state can keep Washington and Columbus as eponyms.

    Also, a pugnacious African name on the soon-to-be-white-majority District would be hilarious. Think of the property values!

    Oh, and let's put Chief Seattle's countenance on his state's flag:


    https://portlandflag.files.wordpress.com/2017/05/chief-seattle.jpg?w=479

    https://images.fineartamerica.com/images/artworkimages/mediumlarge/1/washington-state-flag-panties-bigalbaloo-stock.jpg

    Replies: @ebear

    , @Reactionary Utopian
    @PhysicistDave

    I don't comment enough to rate the use of the "agree" button. So I'll actually have to type a bit to say that Dave's comment is just all sorts of true. Well said, sir.

  124. All the news headlines are reporting something like “Armed Rioting, woman, shot and killed”, making it sound like the rioters shot and killed a woman. You have to read the fine print before you find out it was the cops shooting an un-armed White woman.
    If it had been a Black woman shot and killed by cops in a left-wing protest, the headlines would be screaming, “Racist White Cops murder Un-armed Black Woman!”, the whole country would be up-in flames. White woman, un-armed gets shot by cops and nothing, no story. White lives don’t matter remember? Who was this woman? Does her life matter? Will she be beatified as a martyr like George Floyd? I doubt it?

  125. @Thomas
    @anon

    It is sad. And I agree with you on the likely official reaction. They will basically slander this woman and everyone with her as "terrorists," and sweep her killing under a rug. The killer will never face any accountability whatsoever, and will be protected by the system. And no, there will be no criminal reaction by MAGA, the way there would be over any of the many black degenerates who have caused cities to burn over the last year.

    Still, for all of that, I'm not quite as pessimistic as you are about the outcome. If there was anything to be gained out of today, it's the fight for white normie mindshare. Three-and-a-half years ago in Charlottesville, it was easy to defame everyone involved as Nazis. (The seed of Joe Biden's Presidential campaign was built on this lie.) The people out in DC today were mostly normal, civnat MAGA patriots. The ones who went into the Capitol were doing nothing that leftists haven't done many times in the past several years. (See: https://www.foxnews.com/politics/kavanaugh-protesters-flood-grassleys-office-ahead-of-hearing-weve-got-some-things-to-talk-about) And this woman, a comely, 14-year Air Force veteran, will be difficult to slander as a Nazi.

    And she was killed for her trouble, by a cop, for going into a building her tax dollars paid for. Those facts, and much else that is going on right now and over the past year, are going to help break the civnat spell normie is under, little by little. Just in the past week, you can see folks on /ourside/ getting a lot more physical with police (and vice-versa). #backtheblue is starting to fray. If there is any hope, it lies in working gradually to convert these sorts of normie, civnat, MAGA types from conservatives, who believe they still have an America to preserve, into revolutionaries, who realize that it's time to start working on what comes after America.

    Replies: @CCZ, @PhysicistDave, @annamaria, @Bill Jones

    “They will basically slander this woman and everyone with her as “terrorists,” and sweep her killing under a rug.”

    Already happening.

    Search her name and one of the first references is to “Heavy.com” and the headline “Ashli Babbitt: Woman Shot at US Capitol Was QAnon Conspiracy Believer.”

    Other headlines from MSN:

    “Could the Capitol Rioters Really Be Charged with Felony Murder for Death of Ashli Babbit?”

    “4 dead, including Ashli Babbitt, as Trumpers attack Capitol”

  126. @PhysicistDave
    @Anon

    Anon[408] wrote:


    Let’s accept defeat graciously and move on to finding ways to stop the Left and kick their asses in 2022.
     
    I've been reading up on the history of the Left in various books written by guys ranging from the old European Traditionalist Right to Leftists.

    The Left does not think like normal human beings.

    You may think of this like a Student Council election, where, hey, somebody's gotta lose, better luck next time.

    But the Left does not think like this: the Left hates human beings as they now exist, and they have for centuries.

    You care more about your wife than you do about the nasty harpy who lives three doors down? You're a misogynist!

    You kinda hope your daughter finds a nice guy and pops out some grandkids for you? You're a homophobe and anti-feminist!

    You kinda like being able to decide which model of car you can buy? You're a running dog of the capitalist exploiters (not to mention trying to destroy the planet)!

    And don't get me going on your idea that you can choose your own religion, philosophy, etc.

    We now have more than two centuries of experience with this pestilence. Leftists are a danger to the human race -- hostes humani generis.

    The Left persists because most decent people just cannot wrap their heads around this.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Reactionary Utopian

    But the Left does not think like this: the Left hates human beings as they now exist, and they have for centuries.

    They went through their Marx period, but have found more success, and more comfort, in their Gramscian era. (I must confess I am a Gramscian, too, but in the opposite direction: recapture the culture.)

    One place we can start is by applying Critical Race Theory to our now-alien capital. The city is named for a slave owner, and its district for some genocidal maniac. How is this appropriate for the home of the Holocaust Museum? If it’s not good enough for a San Francisco elementary school– or was it Oakland?– how can it suffice for the imperial capital of the diverse New America?

    What are good new names for the enemy territory? How about the city of Mansa Musa, claimed to be twice as rich as Jeff Besos? The District of Chaka Zulu?

    It would be difficult to persuade Americans to make such an entity a state. But clearly, no new state can keep Washington and Columbus as eponyms.

    Also, a pugnacious African name on the soon-to-be-white-majority District would be hilarious. Think of the property values!

    Oh, and let’s put Chief Seattle’s countenance on his state’s flag:

    • LOL: St-Germain
    • Replies: @ebear
    @Reg Cæsar

    "What are good new names for the enemy territory?"

    Nueva Jerusalem.

  127. Did anyone else pick this one up?
    Congresswoman Cori Bush introduced, as a ‘response’, a resolution for the expulsion of Republican members of Congress who ‘have incited this domestic terror attack’. It is dated January the 5th.

    Through the time tunnel ?

    [twitter.com/SameeraKhan/status/1346943739089063936]

  128. Anon[369] • Disclaimer says:
    @PhysicistDave
    @PhysicistDave

    Michelle Malkin had the guts to tweet:


    Twitter promotes sideshow clowns as “trending topics” to distract from things that actually matter — like the murder of military veteran and Trump supporter #AshliBabbitt by Capitol police. Everything is rigged.
     
    I'm beginning to wonder if the only real men in this country are a few of the women.

    Replies: @Anon

    I’m beginning to wonder if the only real men in this country are a few of the women.

    Agree, starting with patriot Ashli Babbitt.

    My respect for Michelle Malkin has grown immensely over the last few years, especially over the last 6 months.

    One good thing about these nutty times we’re living in, they’ve been like a spotlight helping us see who the good guys are and who the snakes are (the latter are, sadly, the overwhelming majority of people I once respected).

    The events in the 24 hours have been like a scanning tunneling microscope in helping us further identify the good guys vs. the snakes.

  129. @Anon
    Trump won 2,500+ counties. The most ever.

    Biden won 509. The least ever.

    Kinda hard to believe Trump won 74 million votes, the most of all time, but sleepy Joe Biden, who won the fewest amount of counties in electroral history, and was losing in all five swing states at midnight by over 100,000 voteseach, miraculously pulled out a win with the most votes ever (81 million), with some counties giving Biden more votes than they have voters.....


    The public knows they are being had. The Transition Integrity Project pretty much gave us a blueprint for what would happen.


    White men,
    ......if Trump is ousted, leave the military as soon as you can legally do so. Let them draft Antifa and BLM to fight China/Iran/Russia

    Replies: @Russ, @ScarletNumber, @Hapalong Cassidy, @Garliv, @Curmudgeon, @ConqueringFools

    The brazen style of stealing and cynical lackadaisical attitude towards addressing electoral disputes by all levels of government: Judiciary, law enforcement, state and federal legislatures plus all other alphabetical soups of federal agencies is simply breathtaking. Stalin’s quote to the effect that what actually matter is WHO COUNT THE VOTES has never have never been truer and on utter display than in today’s US.
    So why vote?

    • Agree: Thomasina
    • Replies: @Peter Akuleyev
    @Garliv

    What utter nonsense.

    Replies: @Getaclue, @Matt Buckalew

    , @James O'Meara
    @Garliv

    "cynical lackadaisical attitude towards addressing electoral disputes by all levels of government: Judiciary, law enforcement, state and federal legislatures plus all other alphabetical soups of federal agencies "

    This could be expanded to include every other issue of importance, from immigration to stimulus checks, during the entire Trump charade. People were supposed to be satisfied with Trump "articulating" their grievances while Sessions, Barr, etc. sat on their hands the whole four years. ("Trust the plan!").

    Also, this could be expanded to include the media, which used to define itself by "investigative reporting," but now just acts as an Establishment megaphone, greeting any criticism of the Agenda with "bitter Trumper" or "conspiracy theorist".

    Expanded in both directions, this is a concise summary of Where We Are now. With both voting and "peaceful protest" verboten, what remains?

  130. that it’s time to start working on what comes after America

    I agree with that, however what should come after America? That is should be broken up into little bits is obvious, what these bits should be is not clear to me.

  131. @Stonewall Jackson
    LARPers Sailer? What have you actually done except blog to change the trajectory of things? Whine about how your are getting run over? Whine about being deplatformed? Write here on Unz's blog... a guy who loves demographic change... Well the sumbitch got it good and hard... Georgia has lots of cholos... I bet looking out of his navel gazing he doesn't even know that. Yup. Turned the state blue... just like his beloved cholos turned Virginia red by the minute... Amnesty is coming Unz you ccksucker...

    So keep on blogging... until they make this a hate crime... and that is coming... You gonna get off your ass then?

    Replies: @Matt Buckalew, @scrivener3, @Anonymous, @Colin Wright, @Dr. X, @MEH 0910, @Inselaffen, @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race

    What have you actually done except blog to change the trajectory of things?

    That was enough to get Trump elected in the first place. Steve Sailer changed the course of American history.

    • Replies: @Pat Hannagan
    @MEH 0910

    Steve Sailer changed the course of American history.

    Lmao that's hilariously ridiculous.

    Trump's his own man right to the very end of his presidency. If you want to pinpoint someone who came up with Trump's strategy for 2016 it was Bannon before all else. And Trump sacked him for his son in law.

    Not saying Sailer hasn't had some good ideas but let's not succumb to hyperbole.

    Btw, did anyone notice that the 2020 election was between a man who wants to fuck your daughter and a man who wants to fuck his own?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R44Qh2P7wo0

    Replies: @MEH 0910

    , @Peter Akuleyev
    @MEH 0910

    Steve Sailer changed the course of American history.

    Unfortunately Steve’s legacy will be that he helped elect a conman and criminal who has done more to destroy the conservative cause in the last four years than the left could in forty. Trump leaves a smoking ruin of a GOP behind, a unified energized block of negro voters, international alliances in shambles, a powerful China who can’t believe their luck at how the West screwed up COVID, a massive government deficit, and an unbuilt Wall that will be a mute testament to his utter incompetence. But at least Trump and his corrupt hangers-on have pocketed hundreds of millions of dollars of donations from naive hopeful Americans who thought they had found a leader. Sadly I don’t think Steve got to share in that booty.

    Replies: @Thomasina, @bomag, @PhysicistDave, @Anatoly Karlin, @Anonymous, @That Would Be Telling

  132. @notsaying
    Should Trump resign over what happened today, which he undoubtedly contributed to?

    Will he pardon anyone charged with federal crimes -- will they be charged with federal crimes or will they all be DC metro crimes? Can he pardon John Does so that people identified after he's out of office aren't charged with federal crimes?

    This has never happened before so a lot of questions come to mind.

    Replies: @Stan Adams, @Joe Stalin, @Excal, @socialschism_works, @Justsaying, @Wally, @Mick Jagger gathers no Mosque, @Kyle

    Funny how passions are on fire for either of two Zionist controlled donkeys. That speaks mountains about the despicable state of our politics and sovereignty. And about the nearly 150 million donkey foals hanging on the tails of their bellwethers.

  133. @Greg Kennerd
    You want a war you got one

    We are powerful you are weak

    We are diverse you are homogenous

    We will win and you WILL PAY

    You are in a for a rude awakening. We will remember this terrorism and evil

    Blood is on your hands and we will ban guns take down statues deplatform you

    This site will not exist in a few months and that is a good thing

    Goodbye white supremacist facscist terrotists

    Replies: @Bubba, @notsaying, @Reg Cæsar, @tyrone, @Eric Novak, @fish, @annamaria, @Carlos22, @Buck Ransom, @bunky

    Greg Kennerd from Zimbabwe celebrates the ongoing Zimbabization of the US.
    Where will the celebrationists find their welfare checks – in South Africa?

    • LOL: Twodees Partain
  134. @PhysicistDave
    @Joseph Doaks

    Joseph Doaks wrote:


    Yes, many of the voices on conservative media I listened to respectfully (until today) have engaged in a round of pandering and virtue signalling as repulsive as that of any left-wing politician.
     
    They are afraid, very, very afraid.

    The Left uses incidents like this to crack-down, good and hard, on their enemies.

    As far as I can tell, what the "rioters" did was break some windows, stand at the Senate podium, and take a selfie in Pelosi's office.

    Now, I hate breaking glass -- once I accidentally broke our shower door when I was cleaning it (long story). Anyway, I would not have broken the windows. And I do not take selfies.

    But I do wonder how our mainstream conservative friends would have viewed the Boston Tea Party. A lot more destruction than some broken windows, and the cause was not as obvious as a stolen election.

    How will this play out? Short term, the MSM will make hay of it. Long term, well, as Zhou Enlai said when asked what he thought of the French Revolution, "It's too early to tell."

    #RememberAshliBabbitt -- try using that hashtag and see how soon you are deplatformed!

    One big issue is going to be the supposed pipe bombs -- sounds unlikely to me, but if that proves to be true, that will change the story.

    Replies: @PhysicistDave, @Peter Akuleyev

    The problem yesterday is that the “protestors” don’t stand for anything other than protecting Trump’s pride. Trump lost the election badly and humiliatingly, by 7 million votes to a weak has-been. Americans hate Trump’s guts and want him gone. But Trump is an aging diva who can’t leave the stage without making a scene. Why any “patriot” would willingly associate themselves with yesterday’s degradation is the question.

    • Replies: @PhysicistDave
    @Peter Akuleyev

    Peter Akuleyev wrote to me:


    Americans hate Trump’s guts and want him gone.
     
    Playin' a bit fast and loose here, aren't ya, Pyotr?

    Everyone agrees that Trump got around half the vote, more or less. The issue is: was it more or less?

    But he did get over 70 million votes, no matter how you cut it.

    "Americans" do not hate him. The parasitic verrbalist overclass hates him, and some members of the parasitic underclass hate him. And some people who voted against him do not hate him, but just disagree with him.

    Honesty is a virtue, Pyotr.

    Replies: @Ron Mexico, @Peter Akuleyev

    , @Garliv
    @Peter Akuleyev

    How would Trump win when even the dead overcame death to vote for Biden in record numbers? Get real and stop believing everything you get on CNN.

    Replies: @Jonathan Mason

    , @bomag
    @Peter Akuleyev


    the “protestors” don’t stand for anything other than protecting Trump’s pride.
     
    They stand for a lot more than that.
    , @Authenticjazzman
    @Peter Akuleyev

    Yeah we know already that you German-know-it-alls : "deutscher Besserwisser" hate trump more than any other human ever born, but fact is Germany is and has been the major source of mankind's travail for centuries. Germans are the craziest assholes on this mad planet and the sooner we learn this the better:

    Winston C's "Boots or throat" axiom is today just as real as 1945.

    AJM

    , @anon
    @Peter Akuleyev


    the “protestors” don’t stand for anything other than protecting Trump’s pride.
     
    The evil media portrayed it that way, but the protestors stand for something far greater than Trump, they stand for the integrity of our electoral process.

    The left has been so brazen because they do not fear the right. The right has been too rational and non-violent. Contrary to all the talk of "violence is not who we are", even from the mouth of Don Jr., we saw time and again that the leftist mobs get what they want. Each time there's new rioting or looting, the government caves. It's time for the right to wake up. Violence *is* who we are.

    The right has exhausted all legal avenues to no avail. The left has managed to shut us down completely via msm including their controlled opposition like WSJ, FoxNews and GOP RINOs, plus Big Tech, DOJ, the judiciary all the way to SCOTUS. We are backed into a corner. The left has fired the first shot and killed an unarmed female protestor. It's time to fight our way out or die as a country. Violence is now the only answer.

    , @EugeneGur
    @Peter Akuleyev


    Americans hate Trump’s guts and want him gone.
     
    Well, there are Americans and then there are Americans. Many like Trump - at the very least, the like him a lot more than they like Biden - and don't want him gone. That's the problem.

    Trump lost the election badly and humiliatingly
     
    This is debatable. Many facts as well as the overall behavior by the media and the establishment strongly suggest otherwise.

    Why any “patriot” would willingly associate themselves with yesterday’s degradation is the question.
     
    Perhaps, they prefer it to the day before yesterday's degradation. Or to tomorrow's degradation, which might be a hell of a lot worse. Ever thought of that?
  135. @Garliv
    @Anon

    The brazen style of stealing and cynical lackadaisical attitude towards addressing electoral disputes by all levels of government: Judiciary, law enforcement, state and federal legislatures plus all other alphabetical soups of federal agencies is simply breathtaking. Stalin's quote to the effect that what actually matter is WHO COUNT THE VOTES has never have never been truer and on utter display than in today's US.
    So why vote?

    Replies: @Peter Akuleyev, @James O'Meara

    What utter nonsense.

    • Replies: @Getaclue
    @Peter Akuleyev

    Are you that clueless or just a lying Leftist?

    Replies: @anonymous

    , @Matt Buckalew
    @Peter Akuleyev

    Look how the little piggies squeal.

  136. @Oswald Spengler
    @Paul Rise

    I wonder which President will be the Romulus Augustulus of the American Empire?

    Replies: @Cthulu Smith, @Rob McX

    I’m waiting for the next Odoacer myself, but that’s just me.

  137. @Thomas
    @anon

    It is sad. And I agree with you on the likely official reaction. They will basically slander this woman and everyone with her as "terrorists," and sweep her killing under a rug. The killer will never face any accountability whatsoever, and will be protected by the system. And no, there will be no criminal reaction by MAGA, the way there would be over any of the many black degenerates who have caused cities to burn over the last year.

    Still, for all of that, I'm not quite as pessimistic as you are about the outcome. If there was anything to be gained out of today, it's the fight for white normie mindshare. Three-and-a-half years ago in Charlottesville, it was easy to defame everyone involved as Nazis. (The seed of Joe Biden's Presidential campaign was built on this lie.) The people out in DC today were mostly normal, civnat MAGA patriots. The ones who went into the Capitol were doing nothing that leftists haven't done many times in the past several years. (See: https://www.foxnews.com/politics/kavanaugh-protesters-flood-grassleys-office-ahead-of-hearing-weve-got-some-things-to-talk-about) And this woman, a comely, 14-year Air Force veteran, will be difficult to slander as a Nazi.

    And she was killed for her trouble, by a cop, for going into a building her tax dollars paid for. Those facts, and much else that is going on right now and over the past year, are going to help break the civnat spell normie is under, little by little. Just in the past week, you can see folks on /ourside/ getting a lot more physical with police (and vice-versa). #backtheblue is starting to fray. If there is any hope, it lies in working gradually to convert these sorts of normie, civnat, MAGA types from conservatives, who believe they still have an America to preserve, into revolutionaries, who realize that it's time to start working on what comes after America.

    Replies: @CCZ, @PhysicistDave, @annamaria, @Bill Jones

    Thomas wrote:

    And this woman, a comely, 14-year Air Force veteran, will be difficult to slander as a Nazi.

    And she was killed for her trouble, by a cop, for going into a building her tax dollars paid for.

    Well, we will see if the Right has enough sense to make sure that she did not die in vain. There should be remembrances of Ashli Babbitt every January 6, a memorial somewhere, etc.

    If anyone thinks this is exploiting her memory, what is already available on the Web makes clear that she would have approved.

    Thomas also wrote:

    Those facts, and much else that is going on right now and over the past year, are going to help break the civnat spell normie is under, little by little.

    Hey, I’m a civnat. The battle is not going to be won just by white people. Michelle Malkin was one of the first people out of the block to condemn the killing of Ashli Babbitt as murder.

    Let the Dems be the psychopath party. And accept all decent human beings as our allies.

    #RememberAshliBabbitt

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
    @PhysicistDave

    'Well, we will see if the Right has enough sense to make sure that she did not die in vain. There should be remembrances of Ashli Babbitt every January 6, a memorial somewhere, etc.'

    There's no Target here. Will Walmart do?

    , @Authenticjazzman
    @PhysicistDave

    " Let the Dems be the psychopath party"

    The conundrum problem being: If they, the lunatic party, take over the WH now it will be all over for the Republicans and they, the Repubs, will never attain a high office in the US for all of eternity or until the US dissolves into total chaos.

    Most people really do not grasp just how evil and malicious they, the Dems, really are and that any talk of winning for the Repubs in 2022 or 2024 is nothing but a rediculous exercise in total futility, as they, the Dems, will by that time have set conditions so that they are invulnerable and invincible.

    It's now or never and the the folks who do not want to see the demise of the country must NOW take any and all actions to stop the Dems, period.

    AJM

    Replies: @Twodees Partain

  138. @MEH 0910
    @Stonewall Jackson


    What have you actually done except blog to change the trajectory of things?
     
    That was enough to get Trump elected in the first place. Steve Sailer changed the course of American history.

    https://twitter.com/vdare/status/859097285371867139

    Replies: @Pat Hannagan, @Peter Akuleyev

    Steve Sailer changed the course of American history.

    Lmao that’s hilariously ridiculous.

    Trump’s his own man right to the very end of his presidency. If you want to pinpoint someone who came up with Trump’s strategy for 2016 it was Bannon before all else. And Trump sacked him for his son in law.

    Not saying Sailer hasn’t had some good ideas but let’s not succumb to hyperbole.

    Btw, did anyone notice that the 2020 election was between a man who wants to fuck your daughter and a man who wants to fuck his own?

    • Replies: @MEH 0910
    @Pat Hannagan


    Trump’s his own man right to the very end of his presidency.
     
    Unfortunately true. Trump won in 2016 using the Sailer Strategy, but then fell short in governing by it.

    https://twitter.com/AnnCoulter/status/1346906758162259971

    Replies: @El Dato, @Peter D. Bredon

  139. @Peter Akuleyev
    @PhysicistDave

    The problem yesterday is that the “protestors” don’t stand for anything other than protecting Trump’s pride. Trump lost the election badly and humiliatingly, by 7 million votes to a weak has-been. Americans hate Trump’s guts and want him gone. But Trump is an aging diva who can’t leave the stage without making a scene. Why any “patriot” would willingly associate themselves with yesterday’s degradation is the question.

    Replies: @PhysicistDave, @Garliv, @bomag, @Authenticjazzman, @anon, @EugeneGur

    Peter Akuleyev wrote to me:

    Americans hate Trump’s guts and want him gone.

    Playin’ a bit fast and loose here, aren’t ya, Pyotr?

    Everyone agrees that Trump got around half the vote, more or less. The issue is: was it more or less?

    But he did get over 70 million votes, no matter how you cut it.

    “Americans” do not hate him. The parasitic verrbalist overclass hates him, and some members of the parasitic underclass hate him. And some people who voted against him do not hate him, but just disagree with him.

    Honesty is a virtue, Pyotr.

    • Replies: @Ron Mexico
    @PhysicistDave

    Well said, all of it.

    , @Peter Akuleyev
    @PhysicistDave

    Trump is primarily the candidate of low IQ people who believe the myth around him created by a reality TV show and a group of intelligent people who are completely disillusioned or simply amoral. Americans who consider pedophiles like Matt Gaetz to be a better judge of character than Mitch Romney, or think Hawley is more of a true conservative than McConnell, are Americans that have lost the thread. While you are not wrong about America's decadence in both our underclass and elite, the fact that Trump achieved the Presidency is a symptom of that disease, not a cure for it.

    Replies: @Oemiktlob, @PhysicistDave

  140. Whatever the protesters did, it was too little. They should had put fire to the whole thing.

    To believe that this is an “attack on democracy” is to think that there was “democracy” to begin with. No more.

    We are witnessing the end of Western liberal democracy in the world.

    Did anyone think just a year ago that millions of perfectly healthy people would not be allowed to leave their home or be forced to wear a useless mask? Or even let the gov’t decide how many people of their family they can meet for Christmas?

    Do you really think that life is going back to “normal” in 2022?

    Also free clean elections are basically over – a sham. It’s just open fraud now. If anyone still believe that their vote counts, he’s an idiot. It’s all decided beforehand and computers do the rest.

    If anyone believes that Republicans are “on their side”, he’s an idiot too.

    It’s over. It was good while it lasted, but it’s over.

  141. @MEH 0910
    @Stonewall Jackson


    What have you actually done except blog to change the trajectory of things?
     
    That was enough to get Trump elected in the first place. Steve Sailer changed the course of American history.

    https://twitter.com/vdare/status/859097285371867139

    Replies: @Pat Hannagan, @Peter Akuleyev

    Steve Sailer changed the course of American history.

    Unfortunately Steve’s legacy will be that he helped elect a conman and criminal who has done more to destroy the conservative cause in the last four years than the left could in forty. Trump leaves a smoking ruin of a GOP behind, a unified energized block of negro voters, international alliances in shambles, a powerful China who can’t believe their luck at how the West screwed up COVID, a massive government deficit, and an unbuilt Wall that will be a mute testament to his utter incompetence. But at least Trump and his corrupt hangers-on have pocketed hundreds of millions of dollars of donations from naive hopeful Americans who thought they had found a leader. Sadly I don’t think Steve got to share in that booty.

    • Replies: @Thomasina
    @Peter Akuleyev

    What utter nonsense.

    Replies: @Tlotsi

    , @bomag
    @Peter Akuleyev

    Just a scroll of cliches.

    Are you battery powered, or are you a wind-up toy?

    , @PhysicistDave
    @Peter Akuleyev

    Peter Akuleyev wrote:


    Unfortunately Steve’s legacy will be that he helped elect a conman and criminal who has done more to destroy the conservative cause in the last four years than the left could in forty.
     
    Destroying the conservative cause? Yeah, I like it!

    You haven't perchance read Rothbard's Betrayal of the American Right or Raimondo's Reclaiming the American Right (full disclosure: both old friends of mine)?

    The "conservative movement" was always a fake, largely created by CIA agent Bill Buckley, probably with funds from the Company. (No, the fact that Buckley was CIA is not a goofy conspiracy theory: he was proud of it -- I remember seeing him brag about it on TV.) As early as 1952, Buckley laid out publicly his goal: hijack the Old Right and the GOP to make them into cheerleaders for the New Dealers' drive towards world hegemony.

    It worked pretty well for over six decades. And then that nasty old Donald Somebody came along and reawakened American nationalism.

    And "Poof!" went the "conservative movement" which was always just a Potemkin village anyway.

    Click on the link, Pyotr, and read Buckley's 1952 essay: maybe you're not too old to learn something new after al.

    Replies: @Peter Akuleyev

    , @Anatoly Karlin
    @Peter Akuleyev

    Based.

    What is falling must be pushed.

    , @Anonymous
    @Peter Akuleyev

    To be fair to Steve, he never seemed to be very enthusiastic about Trump. He seemed bemused more than anything that Trump had successfully seized upon the immigration issue to win election in 2016. He never really lionized him or wrote hagiographies to him like some on the Right have. There's always been a slight tone of condescension when Steve talks about Trump, and he seems to regard him as a comic figure. I think he finds his quirks and eccentricities and celebrity career more interesting and doesn't really consider him to be that substantial or serious.

    , @That Would Be Telling
    @Peter Akuleyev


    Trump leaves a smoking ruin of a GOP behind
     
    You say this like it's a bug, not a feature. @PhysicistDave has already covered the movement that couldn't even conserve little girls' rooms, but once you got past the "he's not Hillary, he won't start a nuclear war with Russia or a hot shooting civil war in the US," a favorite saying at the time was "You 'conservative pundits' still don't get it. Trump isn't our candidate, he's our murder weapon, and the GOP is our victim". Pretty sure that started as a comment on the The Conservative Treehouse AKA The Last Refuge, but they got kicked off of Wordpress.com with some warning amazingly, or so they say, and comments have not yet been ported to the new site.

    And can you really say Trump did more damage to the GOPe than the GOPe itself? He accelerated it by calling out and highlighting their BS, but that was already well in progress. Do note that he also figuratively slaughtered no less than 16 GOPe would be candidates just to get the nomination; there's a reason for that, the base was fed up with the GOPe.

    Replies: @WagnersFirstViolin

  142. @Thomas
    @anon

    It is sad. And I agree with you on the likely official reaction. They will basically slander this woman and everyone with her as "terrorists," and sweep her killing under a rug. The killer will never face any accountability whatsoever, and will be protected by the system. And no, there will be no criminal reaction by MAGA, the way there would be over any of the many black degenerates who have caused cities to burn over the last year.

    Still, for all of that, I'm not quite as pessimistic as you are about the outcome. If there was anything to be gained out of today, it's the fight for white normie mindshare. Three-and-a-half years ago in Charlottesville, it was easy to defame everyone involved as Nazis. (The seed of Joe Biden's Presidential campaign was built on this lie.) The people out in DC today were mostly normal, civnat MAGA patriots. The ones who went into the Capitol were doing nothing that leftists haven't done many times in the past several years. (See: https://www.foxnews.com/politics/kavanaugh-protesters-flood-grassleys-office-ahead-of-hearing-weve-got-some-things-to-talk-about) And this woman, a comely, 14-year Air Force veteran, will be difficult to slander as a Nazi.

    And she was killed for her trouble, by a cop, for going into a building her tax dollars paid for. Those facts, and much else that is going on right now and over the past year, are going to help break the civnat spell normie is under, little by little. Just in the past week, you can see folks on /ourside/ getting a lot more physical with police (and vice-versa). #backtheblue is starting to fray. If there is any hope, it lies in working gradually to convert these sorts of normie, civnat, MAGA types from conservatives, who believe they still have an America to preserve, into revolutionaries, who realize that it's time to start working on what comes after America.

    Replies: @CCZ, @PhysicistDave, @annamaria, @Bill Jones

    As Mrs. Pelosi proclaimed, “if this capital crumbles to the ground, the one thing that remained is our [your] aid to Israel.” https://twitter.com/LegendaryEnergy/status/1194506535210246144

    The deciders spoke: https://thesaker.is/and-now-a-short-message-from-our-masters-2/

    Comments: https://thesaker.is/mind-blowing-hypocrisy/ Mike on January 07, 2021 · at 1:42 am EST/EDT

    Actually you live in Greater Israel now
    Welcome to the brave new world

    Unarmed protester shot dead:



    Comment:

    Did they open fire on BLM? ANTIFA? WTF? This is tyranny in action. …

    Obviously victim is a Trump supporter, and totally incompetent police is not even giving her first aid. Wonder who was shooter and why was this poor woman murdered?

    DC cops murdering conservatives. On camera. Live-streamed. No consequences. Got the message yet, Trump supporters?

  143. @Servant of Gla'aki
    Ordinarily, I'd ask whether you are a trained journalist. But as a former UPI correspondent, I guess you must be.

    Therefore I am forced to conclude that your entire blogging career constitutes one extended act of deliberate sabotage.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @anon

    Therefore I am forced to conclude that your entire blogging career constitutes one extended act of deliberate sabotage.

    What do you mean?

    • Replies: @Servant of Gla'aki
    @Anonymous


    What do you mean?
     
    I was engaged in an ultra-esoteric practice, one which is anti-social, and doubtless soon to be banned forever. It is known as "joking".
  144. @Flip
    @International Jew


    Looks like we’ve just had our Reichstag fire.
     
    Watch for the enabling act. The Dems are going to push gun control. They don't want the deplorables to be armed.

    Replies: @The Alarmist

    Watch for the enabling act. The Dems are going to push gun control. They don’t want the deplorables to be armed.

    It will be a lot more than just gun control.

    Funny how this relatively peaceful protest is now denounced as insurrection, but that tells you how things are going to roll from here on.

  145. Anonymous[715] • Disclaimer says:
    @Sandy Berger's Socks
    This is bigger than Trump or an election.

    He's good at manipulating it, but I'm not sure he really understands the rage.

    Fifty years of exporting jobs and importing cheap labor.

    Thirty years of pointless and stupid middle eastern wars.

    A constant media cacophony of anti white/pro black propaganda.

    Judges legislating from the bench, big tech's selective censorship, etc, etc etc.

    Given the past and the current state of affairs, todays little insurrection is pretty weak sauce.

    Replies: @keypusher, @Anonymous

    Fifty years of exporting jobs and importing cheap labor.

    Thirty years of pointless and stupid middle eastern wars.

    A constant media cacophony of anti white/pro black propaganda.

    Judges legislating from the bench, big tech’s selective censorship, etc, etc etc.

    But no one is making this argument.

    Steve sure isn’t.

  146. @Peter Akuleyev
    @PhysicistDave

    The problem yesterday is that the “protestors” don’t stand for anything other than protecting Trump’s pride. Trump lost the election badly and humiliatingly, by 7 million votes to a weak has-been. Americans hate Trump’s guts and want him gone. But Trump is an aging diva who can’t leave the stage without making a scene. Why any “patriot” would willingly associate themselves with yesterday’s degradation is the question.

    Replies: @PhysicistDave, @Garliv, @bomag, @Authenticjazzman, @anon, @EugeneGur

    How would Trump win when even the dead overcame death to vote for Biden in record numbers? Get real and stop believing everything you get on CNN.

    • Replies: @Jonathan Mason
    @Garliv


    How would Trump win when even the dead overcame death to vote for Biden in record numbers?
     
    Who would Jesus have voted for?
  147. In the end it was all rather pathetic I’ve seen larger soccer team crowds in Europe.

    If they really wanted change they needed a million to turn up banging on the door.

    Looks like unfortunately the Marxist takeover is nearly complete, this will be the end of the US as we know it.

    Quite fitting these two Unz articles feature apocalyptic pictures from an old computer game I used to enjoy fall out 3.

  148. @anonymous
    @Anon

    She was an Air Force Vet for 14 years. She died a Patriot. Her name was Ashli Babbit. I'm willing to bet half of all enlisted men know her story by now.

    https://twitter.com/Partisangirl/status/1346969147503116288?s=20

    Replies: @GMC

    She should be remembered ! Although she’s an American, her destiny was the same as if she were a Syrian, Libyan, Iraqui, Afghani, Iranian, Lebanese, or Russian/ Ukrainian – they all died – some defying the US , some fighting for what’s right, caught in the Xfire, bombed out , murdered by proxy terrorist, but all died at the hands of the US/One World Order Crime Syndicate in Washington, Tel Aviv, London, Paris , Brussels, etc. etc. etc. Will America Martyr her, like the Mid East does to some , will they build a following like that blackman killed in Minnesota? She certainly is worthy of it , even though she was not known, and is white. Спасибо-Spasibo

  149. @anon
    The female protester who died was surely killed by an armed guard in the Capitol bldg. From all the pictures and videos the guards and secret service were the only ones carrying guns.

    I said way back in 2017 that Mike Pence was staging a soft coup on Trump with the help of Rod Rosenstein. Trump fans are finally waking up to this. Lin Wood today called for Trump to fire Pence, for conspiring with Rosenstein on the Russia hoax. Too little too late. Also Pence was totally the "Senior WH official" who penned that derogatory piece in the NYTimes calling Trump a buffoon and saying lucky for America there are adults in the room directing the nation's foreign policy. The guy they identified was a peon fall guy.

    Pence's wife refused to shake Trump's hand or stand on the same stage as Trump back in 2016, it should've been obvious to anyone paying attention back then that Pence is no fan of Trump's. As Phillip Giraldi tells us, Pence has been to Israel 8 times, and on one of those trips, he dismissed all the Arabs in the room after his speech and met only with the Jews, and assured them that "the American people stand firmly with Israel". Pence is a Zionist stooge 110%. His Zionist masters are probably promising to pay for his future campaigns, or a cushy lobbying job that pays millions for him to stab Trump in the back with the electoral votes tonight, not that that treasonous rat needs much incentive.

    Replies: @ivan, @Sirius, @Twodees Partain

    Pence went to the DMZ in Korea and tried to threaten Lil’ Kim with “America’s drawn sword”. With that I knew this fellow was up to no good. Trump on the other hand met up with the little bugger and made him feel wanted. There would have been nothing that the US could do to the Norks without the express permission of the South which would bear almost all the casualties along with the North in the event of open conflict, notwithstanding the posturing from Pence. Trump did defuse the situation. whatever the fevered accounts given by various parties.

    Trump needed Pence to secure the Evangelical vote. I hope the the true Christians among them realise the cost of the willful blindness of the so called Christian Zionists of what mindless support of Israel has cost their country.

  150. @Servant of Gla'aki
    Ordinarily, I'd ask whether you are a trained journalist. But as a former UPI correspondent, I guess you must be.

    Therefore I am forced to conclude that your entire blogging career constitutes one extended act of deliberate sabotage.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @anon

    A trained journalist is anyone who can lie almost as good as a politican.

    • Replies: @Anon
    @anon

    Indeed.

    Both journalists and politicians need to appeal to people, and they have to be good at giving people what people craves most.

  151. @Peter Akuleyev
    @MEH 0910

    Steve Sailer changed the course of American history.

    Unfortunately Steve’s legacy will be that he helped elect a conman and criminal who has done more to destroy the conservative cause in the last four years than the left could in forty. Trump leaves a smoking ruin of a GOP behind, a unified energized block of negro voters, international alliances in shambles, a powerful China who can’t believe their luck at how the West screwed up COVID, a massive government deficit, and an unbuilt Wall that will be a mute testament to his utter incompetence. But at least Trump and his corrupt hangers-on have pocketed hundreds of millions of dollars of donations from naive hopeful Americans who thought they had found a leader. Sadly I don’t think Steve got to share in that booty.

    Replies: @Thomasina, @bomag, @PhysicistDave, @Anatoly Karlin, @Anonymous, @That Would Be Telling

    What utter nonsense.

    • Replies: @Tlotsi
    @Thomasina

    At least, he's consistent.

  152. @notsaying
    @Greg Kennerd

    It is not as simple as you want it to be.

    Whites have dominated America for centuries. Whites still own most of America. Things have changed but ownership means a lot. As anti-white whites with money and education realize the implications of their dislike of whites without their advantages, I think many will change their opinion about their fellow whites. It's not easy to be a minority, especially after being a majority for hundreds of years. Watch the elite white people cling to and protect their privilege once they realize it's under threat.

    What people want in theory is not always what they want in practice. You might find this out for yourself. How would you respond if your kids or grandkids couldn't have what you had because more of the good things in America were going to minorities from overseas?

    Replies: @Kma815, @martin_2, @James Charles

    The ‘theory’ is ‘democracy’, the ‘practice’ is ‘this’?

    “Testing Theories of American Politics: Elites, Interest Groups, and Average Citizens
    Martin Gilens and Benjamin I. Page
    Each of four theoretical traditions in the study of American politics—which can be characterized as theories of Majoritarian Electoral Democracy, Economic-Elite Domination, and two types of interest-group pluralism, Majoritarian Pluralism and Biased Pluralism—offers different predictions about which sets of actors have how much influence over public policy: average citizens; economic elites; and organized interest groups, mass-based or business-oriented. A great deal of empirical research speaks to the policy influence of one or another set of actors, but until recently it has not been possible to test these contrasting theoretical predictions against each other within a single statistical model. We report on an effort to do so, using a unique data set that includes measures of the key variables for 1,779 policy issues. Multivariate analysis indicates that economic elites and organized groups representing business interests have substantial independent impacts on U.S. government policy, while average citizens and mass-based interest groups have little or no independent influence. The results provide substantial support for theories of Economic-Elite Domination and for theories of Biased Pluralism, but not for theories of Majoritarian Electoral Democracy or Majoritarian Pluralism. “
    https://scholar.princeton.edu/sites/default/files/mgilens/files/gilens_and_page_2014_-testing_theories_of_american_politics.doc.pdf

    “How would you respond if your kids or grandkids couldn’t have what you had . . . ”

    ‘We’ have ten years?
    “ . . . our best estimate is that the net energy
    33:33 per barrel available for the global
    33:36 economy was about eight percent
    33:38 and that in over the next few years it
    33:42 will go down to zero percent
    33:44 uh best estimate at the moment is that
    33:46 actually the
    33:47 per average barrel of sweet crude
    33:51 uh we had the zero percent around 2022
    33:56 but there are ways and means of
    33:58 extending that so to be on the safe side
    34:00 here on our diagram
    34:02 we say that zero percent is definitely
    34:05 around 2030 . . .
    we
    34:43 need net energy from oil and [if] it goes
    34:46 down to zero
    34:48 uh well we have collapsed not just
    34:50 collapse of the oil industry
    34:52 we have collapsed globally of the global
    34:54 industrial civilization this is what we
    34:56 are looking at at the moment . . . “

    • Thanks: Fluesterwitz
  153. @PhysicistDave
    @Peter Akuleyev

    Peter Akuleyev wrote to me:


    Americans hate Trump’s guts and want him gone.
     
    Playin' a bit fast and loose here, aren't ya, Pyotr?

    Everyone agrees that Trump got around half the vote, more or less. The issue is: was it more or less?

    But he did get over 70 million votes, no matter how you cut it.

    "Americans" do not hate him. The parasitic verrbalist overclass hates him, and some members of the parasitic underclass hate him. And some people who voted against him do not hate him, but just disagree with him.

    Honesty is a virtue, Pyotr.

    Replies: @Ron Mexico, @Peter Akuleyev

    Well said, all of it.

  154. ‘Trump Tells Rioters, ‘I Know How You Feel,’ Draws Bipartisan Condemnation.’

    Ahem. Earth to Trump: these rioters were white.

  155. @PhysicistDave
    @Thomas

    Thomas wrote:


    And this woman, a comely, 14-year Air Force veteran, will be difficult to slander as a Nazi.

    And she was killed for her trouble, by a cop, for going into a building her tax dollars paid for.
     
    Well, we will see if the Right has enough sense to make sure that she did not die in vain. There should be remembrances of Ashli Babbitt every January 6, a memorial somewhere, etc.

    If anyone thinks this is exploiting her memory, what is already available on the Web makes clear that she would have approved.

    Thomas also wrote:

    Those facts, and much else that is going on right now and over the past year, are going to help break the civnat spell normie is under, little by little.
     
    Hey, I'm a civnat. The battle is not going to be won just by white people. Michelle Malkin was one of the first people out of the block to condemn the killing of Ashli Babbitt as murder.

    Let the Dems be the psychopath party. And accept all decent human beings as our allies.

    #RememberAshliBabbitt

    Replies: @Colin Wright, @Authenticjazzman

    ‘Well, we will see if the Right has enough sense to make sure that she did not die in vain. There should be remembrances of Ashli Babbitt every January 6, a memorial somewhere, etc.’

    There’s no Target here. Will Walmart do?

  156. @AReply
    Checking in after punting on this white grievance cesspool of a forum since last Nov, and not surprised to find USA libertarian Mensa dickweeds falling all over themselves to excuse what went down in DC today.
    This joint is full of a bunch of asshat hypocrites. Fucking jerks.
    Keep it up, 2021 is the year of the white duckweed asshat jerk.
    Note to Unz: Drain your own swamp and start over.
    Over and out

    Replies: @Anonymous

    Note to Unz: Drain your own swamp and start over.
    Over and out

    I suspect you’ve always been over, and never go out.

  157. ‘…Amid much shouting and jostling, a woman with a flag-motif backpack, who was identified as Ashli Babbitt, is seen from behind as she is lifted up by others in the crowd.

    She begins climbing through the open frame of one of the doors’ windows, from which the glass has been broken or removed.

    Then a loud shot rings out and Babbitt falls backward back into the crowd — apparently shot through the window from the other side, where at least four black-uniformed officers can be seen darting in and out of doorways in the distance…

    That is to say, it actually was murder this time.

    Well, we can all be thankful she wasn’t black, can’t we?

    • Agree: GMC
    • Replies: @Oemiktlob
    @Colin Wright

    "Well, we can all be thankful she wasn’t black, can’t we?"

    I get what you're saying here, Colin, but I'm not so sure the incident would have been a bad thing in the bigger scheme of things had she been black. If she had been this entire country would be in flames, literally, from coast-to-coast and all points in between. It would only accelerate where we are likely headed and from my perspective as a grandfather I sometimes catch myself wishing, hoping and praying that the whole rotten, corrupt edifice around us would collapse sooner rather than later and then maybe my 5 (so far) grandchildren would have a better shot at building the world they want to live in sooner. Seen this way it's sort of a mercy killing.

    Replies: @Carolyn Yeager

    , @Bert
    @Colin Wright

    Definitely shot from the other side of the window opening. The shooter, in black clothing, was on the opposite side of the hallway from the victim in a doorway at least 30 feet from her. He fired an aimed shot, the smoke of which can be seen in the video. Apparently furniture had been piled in the hallway between the officers and the protesters and they were defending that barricade.

  158. False and easily debunked. The fact that it is your favorite indicates that the evidence for the “steal” is not very good.

    https://www.nationalreview.com/corner/no-joe-biden-did-not-only-improve-in-four-major-swing-state-cities/

    “Biden improved his margin of victory compared to Hillary in 31 out of 36 urban counties — and Philadelphia was one of the five in which he didn’t. In 29 of the cities, the Democratic margin of victory grew on a percentage basis. Of the twelve cities in which Biden overperformed Hillary by enough that his margin of victory grew by 10 percent or more (as a percentage of the 2016 electorate), only one (Atlanta) was in a swing state, and one other (Omaha) in a swing district. Biden’s improvements in Milwaukee and Detroit were distinctly subpar, and in Detroit, Trump improved his own share of the vote enough to be the first Republican to break 30 percent of the vote in Wayne County, Mich., in 32 years.”

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @Anon23

    The BLM riot in Philadelphia the week before the election likely helped Trump do pretty well in Philadelphia.

    , @James O'Meara
    @Anon23

    Using National Review as a source is almost as pathetic as that guy above you who cited New York Magazine.

    Anyone citing NR other than to mock it is a mook.

    Take Woody Allen's advice and get William F. Buckley to run your elections.

    https://youtu.be/Z-5_kcs4p2Q

  159. @Greg Kennerd
    You want a war you got one

    We are powerful you are weak

    We are diverse you are homogenous

    We will win and you WILL PAY

    You are in a for a rude awakening. We will remember this terrorism and evil

    Blood is on your hands and we will ban guns take down statues deplatform you

    This site will not exist in a few months and that is a good thing

    Goodbye white supremacist facscist terrotists

    Replies: @Bubba, @notsaying, @Reg Cæsar, @tyrone, @Eric Novak, @fish, @annamaria, @Carlos22, @Buck Ransom, @bunky

    Your so eager to live under Marxist tyranny can’t wait until they eventually come for you.

    Just like in Stalinist Russia those who thought they were in the system and protected soon found out they were treated like everyone else because they were not the elite.

    Who lives by the sword dies by it.

    • Replies: @Alexandros
    @Carlos22

    The useful idiots were treated worse, because their fanaticism could be a threat to the system. Pliable slaves is what they want, no matter your previous allegiance.

    , @Lost American
    @Carlos22

    Carlos22- agree with you.The leftists are gullible and the young indoctrinated leftists have no idea just how ignorant they are of real history.
    But they believe only what they want. Truth is irrelevant. The parents of the young leftists are usually just as ignorant. These people usually grow up in comfortable homes. They say one thing but they despise the blue collar working class- us deplorables and Obama's left behinds.

  160. @Anon
    @Russ

    Trump lost. He lost. He barely won by the electoral college by 78,000 votes in 2016 against an extremely unlikable opponent and lost the popular vote by 3 million. In most ways he didn't do much to improve his image over the next four years, and then ran against a cipher.

    It shouldn't come as a shock that he couldn't win again, especially after four more years of mass immigration-induced demographic change.

    All of us here probably agree on 95% of the issues. None of us want to return to the RINO Era GOP. None of us. Let's accept defeat graciously and move on to finding ways to stop the Left and kick their asses in 2022.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @tyrone, @PhysicistDave, @annamaria

    Missis A, it is the US that has lost – and it happened when Mrs. Clinton hired a foreign agent Steele (MI6) to do a slander job on POTUS. Then certain Mr. Schumer explained the deplorables that alphabet agencies have six ways till Saturday, and so forth. The agencies obliged, as well as mass media (owned by 6 people, all Zionists).

    The US has begun losing by doing color revolutions (“the democracy on the march”) in faraway lands to please the MIC and Banksters. Just recently, a certain member of the State Dept. (and representative of the Kagans’ clan) had selected a president of Ukraine with the help of the self-proclaimed neo-Nazis. The US Congress was in awe, and the Jewish State sent Israeli rifles for the neo-Nazis.

    And tonight, it is the US turn to enjoy the “democracy on the march,” though the US Congress for some inexplicable reasons does not like this American march towards democracy. Perhaps, if neo-Nazis join the march and the Jewish State send a proper directive, the Congress would be happy to accept the march.

  161. The Guardian has the word “mob” in no fewer than 5 headlines in the UK edition. Surely they’re “protesters”?

    As others have pointed out, when Trump took refuge in the WH basement the media thought it was very amusing. Note the absence of the M-word.

    https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2020/may/31/trump-flees-to-bunker-as-protests-over-george-floyd-rage-outside-white-house

    The incident provoked a stream of derisive comments on social media, comparing Trump unfavourably both to the presumptive Democratic candidate, Joe Biden, who visited protesters and to the cowardly lion from the Wizard of Oz. The hashtag “#bunkerboy” became a trending term on Twitter.

    Greg Sargent, who writes the Plum Line blog for the Washington Post, wrote: “President of the United States cowering in fear of delivering a national address while instead issuing deranged tweets from his underground bunker somehow persuades himself that the world is laughing at someone else.”

    The activist and author Amy Siskind was equally scathing. “Trump hiding out in a bunker Friday, and shutting off the lights at the White House Sunday – both over a few hundred protesters – will be forever remembered as defining moments of his presidency when he was revealed as a coward, not the strongman he advertised.”

    • Replies: @YetAnotherAnon
    @YetAnotherAnon

    I notice also the Guardian uses "insurrection" and "insurgence". Whatever happened to "demonstrators" and "protesters"?

    Replies: @anon

  162. @anon
    The female protester who died was surely killed by an armed guard in the Capitol bldg. From all the pictures and videos the guards and secret service were the only ones carrying guns.

    I said way back in 2017 that Mike Pence was staging a soft coup on Trump with the help of Rod Rosenstein. Trump fans are finally waking up to this. Lin Wood today called for Trump to fire Pence, for conspiring with Rosenstein on the Russia hoax. Too little too late. Also Pence was totally the "Senior WH official" who penned that derogatory piece in the NYTimes calling Trump a buffoon and saying lucky for America there are adults in the room directing the nation's foreign policy. The guy they identified was a peon fall guy.

    Pence's wife refused to shake Trump's hand or stand on the same stage as Trump back in 2016, it should've been obvious to anyone paying attention back then that Pence is no fan of Trump's. As Phillip Giraldi tells us, Pence has been to Israel 8 times, and on one of those trips, he dismissed all the Arabs in the room after his speech and met only with the Jews, and assured them that "the American people stand firmly with Israel". Pence is a Zionist stooge 110%. His Zionist masters are probably promising to pay for his future campaigns, or a cushy lobbying job that pays millions for him to stab Trump in the back with the electoral votes tonight, not that that treasonous rat needs much incentive.

    Replies: @ivan, @Sirius, @Twodees Partain

    And Trump isn’t a Zionist stooge?

  163. Once democrats had enough votes the counting stopped and no one was allowed to question the results. This was enforced by big tech and the media. There’s a ton of evidence that has been systematically ignored.

    I’m a pretty mild mannered guy, but I’m fucking furious and I don’t think I’m alone.

    https://hereistheevidence.com/

  164. @Anon23
    False and easily debunked. The fact that it is your favorite indicates that the evidence for the "steal" is not very good.

    https://www.nationalreview.com/corner/no-joe-biden-did-not-only-improve-in-four-major-swing-state-cities/

    "Biden improved his margin of victory compared to Hillary in 31 out of 36 urban counties — and Philadelphia was one of the five in which he didn’t. In 29 of the cities, the Democratic margin of victory grew on a percentage basis. Of the twelve cities in which Biden overperformed Hillary by enough that his margin of victory grew by 10 percent or more (as a percentage of the 2016 electorate), only one (Atlanta) was in a swing state, and one other (Omaha) in a swing district. Biden’s improvements in Milwaukee and Detroit were distinctly subpar, and in Detroit, Trump improved his own share of the vote enough to be the first Republican to break 30 percent of the vote in Wayne County, Mich., in 32 years."

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @James O'Meara

    The BLM riot in Philadelphia the week before the election likely helped Trump do pretty well in Philadelphia.

  165. Anon[279] • Disclaimer says:
    @Known Fact
    Brilliant historical parallel, though that and $7 will get you a gallon of gas by 2022 in the Harris administration.

    Call the interlopers "childish," but Congress today is getting only a fraction of what they truly deserve -- their hubris and contempt for the American taxpayer have gone way beyond out of control.

    Replies: @SunBakedSuburb, @Anon, @phillip sawicki

    You may call them childish because they won’t organize, and they won’t give Congress what deserves.
    I am talking of all who voted Trump by the way.

    Just have enough resolve, go on a general strike nation-wide, refuse to take part in anything, pay any taxes, and so on, till the Supreme Court or whatever courts decides to check the huge anomalies occurred in this election.
    Then they would be forced to.

    But this won’t happen; why? Childishness.

    • Replies: @ConqueringFools
    @Anon

    No, it won't happen because we are all debt slaves beholden to our jobs and paychecks. Truckers could single-handedly shut down this country, our government, and even the military overnight!!!! A few semis parked sideways across every major highway would grind America to a halt. But why should they? They have families to feed and bills to pay. America has spat on its working class for 30 years. The entrance to the good life nowadays is a worthless college degree. If anything should happen all the working class people and middle middle class people should move to and form like minded communities. I'd say in rural areas but even rural areas are being overrun by illegals and liberal marxists. The working class can turn the lights off in America and they should.

    Replies: @Tony Massey

  166. @anon
    @Servant of Gla'aki

    A trained journalist is anyone who can lie almost as good as a politican.

    Replies: @Anon

    Indeed.

    Both journalists and politicians need to appeal to people, and they have to be good at giving people what people craves most.

  167. We have just witnessed another staged media event.

    Americans need to wake up.

    Neither party is your friend.

    The corporate takeover is now total and complete.

    George Washington is rolling in his grave over this .

  168. @Peter Akuleyev
    @PhysicistDave

    The problem yesterday is that the “protestors” don’t stand for anything other than protecting Trump’s pride. Trump lost the election badly and humiliatingly, by 7 million votes to a weak has-been. Americans hate Trump’s guts and want him gone. But Trump is an aging diva who can’t leave the stage without making a scene. Why any “patriot” would willingly associate themselves with yesterday’s degradation is the question.

    Replies: @PhysicistDave, @Garliv, @bomag, @Authenticjazzman, @anon, @EugeneGur

    the “protestors” don’t stand for anything other than protecting Trump’s pride.

    They stand for a lot more than that.

    • Agree: Desiderius
  169. @Peter Akuleyev
    @MEH 0910

    Steve Sailer changed the course of American history.

    Unfortunately Steve’s legacy will be that he helped elect a conman and criminal who has done more to destroy the conservative cause in the last four years than the left could in forty. Trump leaves a smoking ruin of a GOP behind, a unified energized block of negro voters, international alliances in shambles, a powerful China who can’t believe their luck at how the West screwed up COVID, a massive government deficit, and an unbuilt Wall that will be a mute testament to his utter incompetence. But at least Trump and his corrupt hangers-on have pocketed hundreds of millions of dollars of donations from naive hopeful Americans who thought they had found a leader. Sadly I don’t think Steve got to share in that booty.

    Replies: @Thomasina, @bomag, @PhysicistDave, @Anatoly Karlin, @Anonymous, @That Would Be Telling

    Just a scroll of cliches.

    Are you battery powered, or are you a wind-up toy?

  170. @Peter Akuleyev
    @MEH 0910

    Steve Sailer changed the course of American history.

    Unfortunately Steve’s legacy will be that he helped elect a conman and criminal who has done more to destroy the conservative cause in the last four years than the left could in forty. Trump leaves a smoking ruin of a GOP behind, a unified energized block of negro voters, international alliances in shambles, a powerful China who can’t believe their luck at how the West screwed up COVID, a massive government deficit, and an unbuilt Wall that will be a mute testament to his utter incompetence. But at least Trump and his corrupt hangers-on have pocketed hundreds of millions of dollars of donations from naive hopeful Americans who thought they had found a leader. Sadly I don’t think Steve got to share in that booty.

    Replies: @Thomasina, @bomag, @PhysicistDave, @Anatoly Karlin, @Anonymous, @That Would Be Telling

    Peter Akuleyev wrote:

    Unfortunately Steve’s legacy will be that he helped elect a conman and criminal who has done more to destroy the conservative cause in the last four years than the left could in forty.

    Destroying the conservative cause? Yeah, I like it!

    You haven’t perchance read Rothbard’s Betrayal of the American Right or Raimondo’s Reclaiming the American Right (full disclosure: both old friends of mine)?

    The “conservative movement” was always a fake, largely created by CIA agent Bill Buckley, probably with funds from the Company. (No, the fact that Buckley was CIA is not a goofy conspiracy theory: he was proud of it — I remember seeing him brag about it on TV.) As early as 1952, Buckley laid out publicly his goal: hijack the Old Right and the GOP to make them into cheerleaders for the New Dealers’ drive towards world hegemony.

    It worked pretty well for over six decades. And then that nasty old Donald Somebody came along and reawakened American nationalism.

    And “Poof!” went the “conservative movement” which was always just a Potemkin village anyway.

    Click on the link, Pyotr, and read Buckley’s 1952 essay: maybe you’re not too old to learn something new after al.

    • Agree: Desiderius
    • Replies: @Peter Akuleyev
    @PhysicistDave

    Buckley was a Catholic. Catholic conservatives have always been allergic to nationalism, and over the long arc of history have generally been right. Without the Church as a bulwark, nationalism quickly degenerates into factionalism and demagoguery. It was nationalism that opened the door in Europe for Socialism and eventually even Muslim immigration. Because you can be any religion and still "American", "French", "British", etc. But you can only be Catholic if you are a Catholic. So I doubt you and I are going to find much common ground.

    Replies: @Peter D. Bredon, @fnn, @Matt Buckalew, @PhysicistDave

  171. I keep hearing on the TV that violence doesn’t work. What? The hell it doesn’t. BLM spent the Summer burning and looting every major city in America. They were rewarded with hundreds of millions of dollars and more power than any political party in the US. Their adherents caused billions in damage and helped themselves to tens of millions worth of DIY reparations and no one lifted a finger to stop them. Whatever else, violence works an absolute treat.

    Oh, and you senators and congressmen, cowboy up a little bit. You were afraid? There was a loud and angry crowd outside and you thought they were going to hurt you? That’s how a store owner in Kenosha felt. That’s how the McCloskys felt. Remember that emotion next time you feel obligated to barge in front of a TV camera to excuse rioting and looting. Next time you feel obligated to tell us you’re proud of Jacob Blake. Next time you get on Twitter and exhort your followers to donate to a fund to pay bail for rioters. You created this monster. You nurtured it, sheltered it, and allowed it to grow. And now it’s come home to eat you. Good luck and go fuck yourselves.

    • Replies: @Corn
    @Cool Daddy Jimbo


    Oh, and you senators and congressmen, cowboy up a little bit. You were afraid? There was a loud and angry crowd outside and you thought they were going to hurt you?
     
    Remember last summer during the riots in DC Trump was sent to a bunker or shelter one night? Democrats tried to make fun of him for it.

    Well yesterday the tables were turned and did any of these pansy ass Democrats roll up their sleeves to do battle with the protesters? Nope. They hid.

    I bet they thought nationalists didn’t have the balls to do this.
  172. @Jack D
    @Flip

    I don't think what Jonathan has describing has really changed. There was always, even pre-1965, a non-upwardly mobile American white working class. Dad worked in the steel mill or the coal mine or whatever and maybe grandpa did too, so when sonny got out of HS (or quit HS) he'd go down there and get a job too. Sonny was never that good at school anyway - not everyone is a genius. (The difference between Bermuda and the US is that there are few low IQ whites in Bermuda. Numerically, in the US, low IQ whites are a 1 for 1 match with low IQ blacks. There are other English speaking countries with hereditary low IQ working classes starting with the UK itself.) Maybe this was not the most pleasant job in the world (that's why it's called a job) but if you could get in the union the pay was good and steady and enough to support a family with a modest house and a car or two (and maybe a 2nd job on the side).

    The difference is that now the steel mill is closed so there is no job, just part time work delivering pizzas or something and you have no hope to be able to support a family on that and maybe instead of drinking too much beer like Dad you do opiates.

    Replies: @Bill P

    Mining and operating blast furnaces are not jobs for dummies. Would you trust a guy with an 85 IQ with dynamite? Would you let him operate machines that roll 1300 degree steel at 30 mph?

    The less capable would work in certain agriculture or food processing jobs, which are now often held by immigrants. However, there are still plenty of service sector/low-end jobs for whites.

    Coal mining and steel production pay well because they require skilled labor. Those steel jobs we outsourced to Korea and China still require skilled labor. The people who got screwed worst in America are not the low IQ. They are the former middle class and their descendants.

    Maybe elites really think these people are dumb and therefore irrelevant. That just isn’t true. A lot of them are quite intelligent, and that might become a problem for organizations larded with affirmative action functionaries.

    I understand that a lot of Jews used to work in factories making clothing and the like. When they were mistreated and exploited, it ended up causing a lot of problems for various governments, right? It seems that just because they operated sewing machines didn’t mean they were dummies.

    Granted, these Jewish “operators” may have been more skilled in propaganda and political agitation than their contemporary American counterparts, but I’d give the latter the edge when it comes to making and breaking things. People may think that’s irrelevant in this so-called information age, but that’s foolish. None of the billionaires are dumb enough to believe that. They’re all investing in rockets, nuclear power, electric infrastructure, etc.

    So that’s the real problem we’re in. This country’s elite has alienated a critical segment of its population and now arrogantly calls them stupid and backward, when they are neither. It’s probably a fatal mistake. I’m starting to wonder whether this republic will survive the next congress.

    • Thanks: Desiderius
    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Bill P


    So that’s the real problem we’re in. This country’s elite has alienated a critical segment of its population and now arrogantly calls them stupid and backward, when they are neither. It’s probably a fatal mistake. I’m starting to wonder whether this republic will survive the next congress.
     
    Trump has been outplayed. Now he gets to cope a hostile Western Establishment. Too bad, wish he'd done better for himself. This does not change the overall strategic picture. The Establishment has overplayed its hand.

    The Washington DC events of the 6th were a strategically stupid move by the Establishment. They have demonstrated themselves to be enemies of over half the participating voters in the United States. Effectively, the Establishment has demonstrated that the population of the United States is not sovereign. Current Establishment propaganda is that the population us unworthy of sovereignty and incapable of exercising it.

    To understand the effect of what happened in Washington DC on the 6th, you have to remember one basic fact about the psychology of Trump voters:
    Attacks on Trump, and attacks on to any Trump voters, are taken personally by all Trump voters. The Establishment (the entire Establishment) has just attacked, on a personal level, over half of the registered and participating voters in the United States. It has killed one of them, in what was political theater.

    These actions have engendered lasting hostility. From over half the active voters in the United States. Most of them with their own State governments within a Federalist system. Controlling all transportation to the economically obsolete and dying cities in which, the Establishment lives. Controlling enough votes to call a Constitutional Convention, should they want to do that. Controlling enough money to bankrupt the Establishment's media by simply not viewing/listening to content that attacks them.

    Nor will this hostility gradually fade. The circumstances that made an attack on popular sovereignty ensure that the hostility will grow.
    Biden/Harris were elected to give money to their constituencies. Money is the mother's milk of the Establishment, the only thing that is keeping it alive. Extracting considerably more money from existing sources (including Trump voters) for what amounts to immediate consumption (*) will much more risky than were Trump's measures to do the same thing. At the least, extracting more will ensure that the lasting hostility does not decay. At the most, extracting more will also devalue the US Dollar enough to stop the flow of mother's milk to the Establishment.


    As to the newly disenfranchised, I suspect that it will be (a) distributed leadership (building on the Federal structure of the US Government on the State and County level, and (b) No More Mr. Nice Guy. The US ends up with local control and a distributed economy.

    One of the few nice things about all this is that the comments about "stupid Americans" turn out to be BS, simple trash talk. The Americans ran nothing -- it was the American Establishment.

    ---------------------------------

    *) Immediate consumption does not even potentially generate a future income stream. Capital investment would, but political expenditures by the Establishment will be for nonproductive works, such as the Green initiatives and the social/welfare part of the Establishment. Loans that have a specific repayment stream as collateral are less risky than those that have no repayment stream. The US Treasury bills have no repayment stream as capital, and "monetization" is simply an attempt to repay loans by reducing the value of the agreed upon repayment stream. There is a limit to the number of Treasury bills that the US Federal Government can sell without monetization causing a rapid decrease in the trading value of the US Dollar to near zero. Given the state of US trade value and of US capital, attempting to rebuild the cities, or even keep them financially solvent, would require borrowing so much money that highly inflationary monetization would ensure.
    , @Joseph Doaks
    @Bill P

    "This country’s elite has alienated a critical segment of its population and now arrogantly calls them stupid and backward, when they are neither. It’s probably a fatal mistake."

    No problem, they'll just replace them. 20 million newly naturalized Democrats are just the start. The fatal mistake was anybody voting for Biden.

    Replies: @ben tillman

    , @Desiderius
    @Bill P

    Not them.

    Us

    , @Jack D
    @Bill P

    There was always a hierarchy among blue collar workers - there were the skilled tradesmen, the tool and die makers, etc. Their descendants are now mostly white collar (or have taken over and grown the family business).

    And then there was the muscle and there was a lot more of that needed in the days before power tools and forklifts, etc. Henry Ford channelled blacks into the hot, dirty foundry jobs in his factories. Maybe giving dynamite to people with 85 IQs is not a good idea (although back in the day they probably did it anyway because they really didn't care if miners blew themselves up) but before you can set a charge you have to drill a hole in the stone. In the old days before pneumatic tools (which are BTW a surprisingly old technology) you had 1 guy holding the star drill and 1 John Henry type guy swinging a sledgehammer. For swinging a sledgehammer an 85 IQ makes you overqualified.

    Certainly our modern elites seem to prefer symbolic manipulation over making and breaking actual material objects. The latter should not be easily dismissed but it's completely rational for them to think that it's better to put your sewing factory in Bangladesh where the subcontractor will pay his workers 50 cent/hr and OSHA doesn't exist than to put that sewing factory in NY where you will have to pay $15 and and endless # of government inspectors will come around to harass you.

    , @Peter D. Bredon
    @Bill P

    The owners with the silk hats have always misunderstood the workers; imagining they're dumb cattle justifies the owner's position at the top (same with our "meritocracy" today).

    Hegel's "master/slave dialectic" may have yielded a lot of Marxist bullshit, but it helped Marx understand that workers knew more about actual production than owners, especially the coupon clipping absentee owners.

    The "work to rule" tactic used by the anarcho-syndicalists takes off from the fact that actual work isn't done "by the rules" and trying to do so will slow down if not stop the job; hence, without "going on strike" workers can gum things up by "just following your rules, boss".

    This became Saul Alinsky's rule, "Make them follow their own rules." Republicans fall for it all the time, while Democrats riot and get what they want.

    , @Curmudgeon
    @Bill P


    So that’s the real problem we’re in. This country’s elite has alienated a critical segment of its population and now arrogantly calls them stupid and backward, when they are neither.
     
    It goes beyond alienation. Even back in the early 1960s, high school teachers were, not so subtlety, telling students that they were barely human unless they were university educated. Made me scratch my head. My parents weren`t university educated, but seemed to know a hell of a lot more than the teachers. A neighbour was an "uneducated" one-legged prosthetist, whose hobby was designing and building superbly crafted wooden boats. The neighbourhood was full of "uneducated" people whom the snobs now refer to as "low IQ".
    The problem is that Whites, in many countries, have been brainwashed to think many areas of meaningful work is beneath them, irrespective of the skill level needed. My parent always used to say "Somebody has to sweep the floor." Sure, sweeping the floor isn`t going to pay the same as an electrician or accountant, but it was work that needed to be done, along with collecting garbage and other labour intensive jobs that make society work. That has opened the door for mass 3rd world immigration with the excuse that these people will do the jobs the native populations won`t. Funny, they used to do them.
    The "class war" was turned into a "race war", and successfully destroyed the White countries that were, appealing to the illusion of becoming part of the elite. The "deplorables" are throwbacks. They see things clearly. They want to do any work to feed their families and keep a roof over their heads. They don`t care much about multiculturalism or skin colour. They may be suspicious and aloof, but will judge a person by his words and actions. They are the true conservatives, not the phonies that label themselves as conservatives.
  173. @Anon
    The difference is that Wisconsin does not have federal powers, including nuclear weapons, that could be triggered by a President who is impetuous, and not thinking clearly. The “two-man rule” for using nuclear weapons does not apply to the President. I had been concerned about this regarding Mr. Biden, who certainly is impulsive and prone to confused thinking. Now people will have this worry regarding Mr. Trump. There is precedent for instituting a safeguard. When Nixon was in his last days, and manifesting severe stress and odd behavior, the secretary of state (or defense, I can’t recall which) quietly let it be known to the military that they should ignore presidential nuclear orders unless they hear from him that he concurs.

    Replies: @James O'Meara, @Reg Cæsar, @PhysicistDave, @Russ

    Anon[240] wrote:

    The difference is that Wisconsin does not have federal powers, including nuclear weapons, that could be triggered by a President who is impetuous, and not thinking clearly. The “two-man rule” for using nuclear weapons does not apply to the President.

    I have, for various reasons, known a number of people who were (or more accurately would have been) involved in the launching of nuclear weapons.

    Trust me: there are more controls in place than you think. Enough that there is some question as to whether we could get them off if there really were a good reason. And, rumor is, we shared some of our control tech with the Russians back in the ’70s, just to make sure they did not have a little accident.

    • Replies: @Corn
    @PhysicistDave

    We hardly ever, probably never test nukes. Even if we did launch them would they go kaboom like designed?

    , @ben tillman
    @PhysicistDave


    I have, for various reasons, known a number of people who were (or more accurately would have been) involved in the launching of nuclear weapons.

    Trust me: there are more controls in place than you think. Enough that there is some question as to whether we could get them off if there really were a good reason. And, rumor is, we shared some of our control tech with the Russians back in the ’70s, just to make sure they did not have a little accident.
     

    As one would expect. And thank God for Stanislav Petrov.
  174. @Pat Hannagan
    @MEH 0910

    Steve Sailer changed the course of American history.

    Lmao that's hilariously ridiculous.

    Trump's his own man right to the very end of his presidency. If you want to pinpoint someone who came up with Trump's strategy for 2016 it was Bannon before all else. And Trump sacked him for his son in law.

    Not saying Sailer hasn't had some good ideas but let's not succumb to hyperbole.

    Btw, did anyone notice that the 2020 election was between a man who wants to fuck your daughter and a man who wants to fuck his own?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R44Qh2P7wo0

    Replies: @MEH 0910

    Trump’s his own man right to the very end of his presidency.

    Unfortunately true. Trump won in 2016 using the Sailer Strategy, but then fell short in governing by it.

    • Replies: @El Dato
    @MEH 0910

    Ah that obsession with "China did us the COVID (maybe from a lab, the bastards) but Trump did everything right (though we are still getting our ass kicked somehow by lowly 30K base pairs of RNA) and operation "Warp Speed" was not marketing gimmick on top of many decades of research at all."

    But apart from that, ok.

    , @Peter D. Bredon
    @MEH 0910

    She blames Trump for listening to Jared, Ivanka, Miller and Mnuchin. Hmm, what do they have in common?

  175. They knew protesters were coming and for that reason they had moved back Capitol police to allow some of them run riot so it can be shown that it was all Trump’s doing to get their way in the coming administration. And what’s their way? It’s statehood for Washington D.C. and Puerto Rico, guaranteeing four more Democrat senators (a black and a Jew from D.C. and two conversos from the island, a la Sonia Sonia Sotomayor) and total of thirteen (nice number from kabbalah) justices for the Supreme Court, destruction of Iran, reparations for blacks (money will end up in Jewish pockets), more money for Israel, more of holocaust museums throughout the world and transfer of the hegemonic power to China. In other words, total destruction of White Christian America!

    • Replies: @jsm
    @Temporary Insanity

    t’s statehood for Washington D.C. and Puerto Rico, guaranteeing four more Democrat senators (a black and a Jew from D.C. and two conversos from the island, a la Sonia Sonia Sotomayor) and total of thirteen (nice number from kabbalah) justices for the Supreme Court,




    Why bother? They don't need all these shenanigans to win. They can just ballot-box stuff and create votes with voting machines. Since they stole successfully this time, they know they can and will do it from now on. They have no REASON to try to even pretend to be fighting a fair fight, anymore.

  176. @Escher

    "To storm the Capitol, to smash windows, to occupy offices on the floor of the United States Senate, rummaging through desks, on the House of Representatives, threatening the safety of duly elected officials.
    "It's not protest; it's insurrection."

     

    Statement by Biden pretty much describes what some of his followers have been doing these past few months.

    Replies: @El Dato

    I like this. Translation: “Protests are ok as long as I don’t need to give a fuck.”

    The Priesthood of Democracy is up in arms: “MUH DESK CONTENTS!!”

  177. @New Dealer
    @Paul Rise


    Is there every really just a single bad year? In 477, did all the Romans look around and say “whew! Glad 476 is done. That was a rough year. Stuff is really turning the corner in ’77!”
     
    Yes.

    https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2018/11/why-536-was-worst-year-be-alive

    Ask medieval historian Michael McCormick what year was the worst to be alive, and he's got an answer: "536." Not 1349, when the Black Death wiped out half of Europe. Not 1918, when the flu killed 50 million to 100 million people, mostly young adults. But 536. In Europe, "It was the beginning of one of the worst periods to be alive, if not the worst year," says McCormick, a historian and archaeologist who chairs the Harvard University Initiative for the Science of the Human Past.

    A mysterious fog plunged Europe, the Middle East, and parts of Asia into darkness, day and night—for 18 months. "For the sun gave forth its light without brightness, like the moon, during the whole year," wrote Byzantine historian Procopius. Temperatures in the summer of 536 fell 1.5°C to 2.5°C, initiating the coldest decade in the past 2300 years. Snow fell that summer in China; crops failed; people starved. The Irish chronicles record "a failure of bread from the years 536–539." Then, in 541, bubonic plague struck the Roman port of Pelusium, in Egypt. What came to be called the Plague of Justinian spread rapidly, wiping out one-third to one-half of the population of the eastern Roman Empire and hastening its collapse, McCormick says.
     
    537 wasn't better, nor 538, nor 539, nor...

    Replies: @El Dato

    Directly underneath that article:

    Shrine of decapitated heads suggests violence against foreigners in ancient Mexico

    Did you mean genocide?

    Fifteen hundred years ago, Mexico’s Teotihuacan was a multicultural metropolis, enlivened by the diverse dress, foods, and dialects of its immigrant groups. Artifacts show the city of more than 100,000 depended on a steady stream of foreigners, who brought skilled labor and exotic goods from across Mesoamerica. But after Teotihuacan faded, during a period of upheaval and uncertainty, locals may have turned against outsiders—and archaeologists now think they’ve found the decapitated heads to prove it.

    Things can change quickly in human affairs.

    • Replies: @Rob McX
    @El Dato

    When it comes to sending a message about immigration restriction, nothing says it better than a pile of severed heads.

  178. This was a staged media event.

    I am watching the footage of this so called ” attack” on the Capitol.

    When someone breaks a glass window does it shatter? Or does it flap in the wind?

    This is Hollywood stunt glass.

    Have any of you ever seen glass flap in the wind??

    It suggests advanced planning on the part of the corporate elites.

    All 100 US Senators should go to prison for this.

    • Replies: @Tony Massey
    @Susie Q

    Susie, i can't believe I'm bothering, but I'm worried you may potentially be a future ally.
    All the Hollywood glass I've ever seen breaks into many pieces when it's struck over the human head.
    Theirs a glass plant near-by. They seem to be doing very well. I have a friend that puts many long hours in there.
    The windows in my apartment are tempered glass. I doubt i could bust them out with a hammer in 5 minutes. Glass isn't suppose to shatter. Unless it's Chinese made prolly.
    It was not an attack on the Capitol.
    It was staged. Weeks in advance. By Trump supporters. Did you not hear?It seems our corp leaders were busy doing something else.
    Don't ya think it's more likely that what went down was, moment to moment,fluid and not really unpredictable.
    She was a white woman. Not an addict. Not a felon. Not a co-conspirator. She was just...acting foolishly and she took one to the Artery.
    I think we should think more of her loss than we do about any conspiracies.
    Why can't our side conspire? Do you need authority and credentials to form up a plan?
    I wish you would reconsider.
    The horrible tragedy is a White woman died for absolutely no provocation.
    Have it your way.
    It doesn't help.

  179. @MEH 0910
    @Pat Hannagan


    Trump’s his own man right to the very end of his presidency.
     
    Unfortunately true. Trump won in 2016 using the Sailer Strategy, but then fell short in governing by it.

    https://twitter.com/AnnCoulter/status/1346906758162259971

    Replies: @El Dato, @Peter D. Bredon

    Ah that obsession with “China did us the COVID (maybe from a lab, the bastards) but Trump did everything right (though we are still getting our ass kicked somehow by lowly 30K base pairs of RNA) and operation “Warp Speed” was not marketing gimmick on top of many decades of research at all.”

    But apart from that, ok.

  180. The sixth of January 2021,

    Unexpected, a resemblance of organizational power that can only grow, along racial lines, allowing for cross sectional class divides, religion not a big factor. Some within the pool of potential future oriented individuals know they are being had. Some within the suicidal middle classes know they are being had.

    The effort was directed effectively, not the “black” looting and swaying of grouchy porkers BLM, Antickva.

    The directed effort has long term effect trade-offs. Some “representatives” must feel a physical itch for the first time that life can require surprises. My hopes are on the middle classes, higher middle classes individuals, in their prime combativeness (adolescence up to middle age), that realize it is fight, not flight. The elder generations, the few individuals not tainted, with hart, of which the very few can be extremely pertinent in organizing, and pointing evidently from all angles to combative effective strategy and tactics. Not larpers, but physically engaging colonels, and commanders.

    As for Sailer, mostly a larper, would he be allowed into the public domain if not? today stands on the meaningful side of what he produces.

    Kudoos to the “local leaders” in the back-ground, that pulled of this trick, and hopefully can give the US, and the world a sequel to follow up. Yellow Vests, The Capitol assailants, Assange(not Sailer) are part of the group that has posted grants on the future. The crowing on a pile of dung of perennial is wobbling.

    Trump starred as Marianne, amazed he had the courage to address the crowds on the sixth of January in such a way! He has bought his soul for any slyness of his past opportunistic conjectures! Sounded “presidential” as none. This whole episode should not be emotional, it is simply an onset of directed regime change, change of goal definition, removal of the rotten “elite” core. An example to the world.

    Give these men some tools, (acquired through parallel complicities within the media, police, military, technology enterprises, whistle-blowers on the abuses in the financial and representative worlds …) and there is renewed room for alternative worlds that span the long term.

    Subversion, not submission means morals, ethics, ambitions and loyalties to address “real” problems.

  181. To paraphrase a quote from the Scottish play “thou hast it now Democrats as the weird women promised….President, Senate , Congress all but I feared thou playest most foully for it”, I think Trump did not realise how deep the swamp was , most functions which draw money from the tax payer are on a spectrum of leftist to communist, the FBI leftist from top to bottom did they investigate a single voter irregularity? , the justice department similar, every agency designed to protect the constitution failed spectacularly, now you know why Caesar had the Praetorian Guard.
    I think Trump played his hand badly, was badly advised , was betrayed by the legal system, thought he was dealing with people of honour who he did not believe would betrayed their oaths, and sell out the country for money. In the end analysis however I believe 40 million white people did not vote, ye shall reap what ye have sown and you will not like what is coming your way over the next few years.

  182. @Anon
    @Thomas

    Warning... graphic video...

    https://banned.video/watch?id=5ff63502f23a18318ceb28a7

    Replies: @danand, @anon, @MEH 0910

    • Agree: R2b, Carolyn Yeager
    • Replies: @anon
    @MEH 0910

    Not until the officer involved in Kenosha shooting is indicted and sent to jail .

    Replies: @MEH 0910

    , @Polemos
    @MEH 0910

    You can immediately see well-armed and armored police were behind her. About four of them. They were there the whole time. The less armed and plain-clothes cop leaned in to shoot her. He keeps moving and doesn't seem calm before he shoots her.

    Did he know the well-armed officers with their long guns and networked radios were standing less than ten feet away or were they (can't presume gender) uninformed and scared? Were the police not on the same radio or listening out? Where's incident command?

    Given officer safety, shouldn't this black officer's fear of a white terrorist give him license to kill her? He feared for his safety due to a lifetime of white supremacy and she might have a gun and he is trained in the use of force and he chose his action based on his knowledge, training, and experience. White women are known to shoot guns, and he would know, both as a black man and a police officer.

    , @MEH 0910
    @MEH 0910

    James Fulford:
    https://twitter.com/vdare/status/1347274210746527745

  183. @JimDandy
    Yeah.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IRnmnxVtDqg

    Replies: @MEH 0910, @Richard B, @Wally

    Ann Coulter Retweeted:

    • Replies: @YetAnotherAnon
    @MEH 0910

    "Demonstrators occupy Chuck Grassley's office"

    alternative timeline

    "Mob storms Chuck Grassley's office"

    , @follyofwar
    @MEH 0910

    I wonder how many of those pro-abortion democrat harpies had to pay a fine or spend even one night in jail?

  184. @JohnnyWalker123
    https://twitter.com/BreitbartNews/status/1346984429940518912

    https://twitter.com/rehawitch/status/1346932584505352196

    Replies: @Old Prude, @Derer, @Malcolm X-Lax

    Good for Trump! ’bout time!

  185. @Hypnotoad666
    @Anonymous


    was so pissed off by Sailer’s dismissive comment, especially as our country, political system, and our American way of life is unraveling before our eyes.
     
    To say anything un-dismissive would require one to acknowledge why the patriots were there in the first place -- namely, the refusal of the media and political class to even recognize or investigate the massive evidence of election fraud.

    But "election fraud" is apparently a taboo term even on dissident websites.

    Furthermore, at least one woman was murdered by police, so calling her a LARP.er is especially dismissive and inaccurate.

    Replies: @Peripatetic Itch

  186. @Carlos22
    @Greg Kennerd

    Your so eager to live under Marxist tyranny can’t wait until they eventually come for you.

    Just like in Stalinist Russia those who thought they were in the system and protected soon found out they were treated like everyone else because they were not the elite.

    Who lives by the sword dies by it.

    Replies: @Alexandros, @Lost American

    The useful idiots were treated worse, because their fanaticism could be a threat to the system. Pliable slaves is what they want, no matter your previous allegiance.

  187. @anon
    @Anon

    WSJ said the woman was shot by "police". Which police fired the shot? It was probably one of the two who were closest to her. The one who fired the shot needs to be arrested and charged with murder.

    Replies: @Peripatetic Itch

    It was probably one of the two [police] who were closest to her.

    The pistol was fired by someone on the far side of the door, away from the crowd. There is a video showing the gun being very deliberately aimed and fired, a barrel flash and a recoil. It doesn’t show who is responsible, but whoever is perhaps 6-8 feet away from Ashli and was in no way being threatened by her. She was using both hands to balance herself against the edges of the window frame she was just beginning to step through. She fell backward. I doubt she even saw the gun.

    A cold-blooded ambush. Under color of law.

  188. What would be the headlines if 4 (?) people were dead after protests in Beijing?

    The parallels are interesting. America has BLM, and the Tiananmen Square protests came about after the Nanjing Anti-African protests:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nanjing_anti-African_protests

  189. @Peter Akuleyev
    @PhysicistDave

    The problem yesterday is that the “protestors” don’t stand for anything other than protecting Trump’s pride. Trump lost the election badly and humiliatingly, by 7 million votes to a weak has-been. Americans hate Trump’s guts and want him gone. But Trump is an aging diva who can’t leave the stage without making a scene. Why any “patriot” would willingly associate themselves with yesterday’s degradation is the question.

    Replies: @PhysicistDave, @Garliv, @bomag, @Authenticjazzman, @anon, @EugeneGur

    Yeah we know already that you German-know-it-alls : “deutscher Besserwisser” hate trump more than any other human ever born, but fact is Germany is and has been the major source of mankind’s travail for centuries. Germans are the craziest assholes on this mad planet and the sooner we learn this the better:

    Winston C’s “Boots or throat” axiom is today just as real as 1945.

    AJM

  190. @Bubba
    @danand

    An unarmed white woman is always considered a serious and dangerous threat to an armed federal agent while standing behind a wall.

    Was perhaps the trigger-happy fed who murdered this woman today related to ATF sniper Lon Horiuchi who murdered an unarmed mother with her baby in her arms at Ruby Ridge?

    Replies: @Female in MO

    And don’t forget all the women and children murdered at Waco to save them from a religious guy they were willingly living with. I wonder if the murdering cop has a conscience? I wouldn’t bet on it.

    • Agree: Bubba
  191. @Peter Akuleyev
    @Garliv

    What utter nonsense.

    Replies: @Getaclue, @Matt Buckalew

    Are you that clueless or just a lying Leftist?

    • Replies: @anonymous
    @Getaclue

    He is an agent of subversion, like Judas Iscariot. It is his job.

  192. @JimDandy
    Yeah.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IRnmnxVtDqg

    Replies: @MEH 0910, @Richard B, @Wally

    In contrast, the childish LARPers who got into the US Capitol today will of course go down in Narrative infamy, like the Charlottesville LARPers. They were the designated Bad Guys already, so their bad behavior plugs seamlessly into the prefab Narrative.

    It looks like the protesters were joined by “protesters” just like at C’ville.

    The Hostile Elite: They’re going to protest. So, let’s send the usual team of “protesters”, media, etc. to sabotage it, so as to justify even more totalitarian measures. We might want to throw in a “shooting” just to make it look good. Oh, and speaking of making it look good, make sure they video the victim coming out and get a close up of the fake blood. They wont’ know the difference. And even if they do, so what?

    After all they’ve done already so far in this now not so young century, from September 11th to Covid, Floyd, the Election, etc. and after all we’ve been through, we’ve earned the right to be sceptical, about everything.

  193. Anon[185] • Disclaimer says:

    Conservatives losers who won’t work , won’t study , will beat their wives after screwing the neighbors wives following an attendance of an evangelical mega church have chosen a thug as the messiah .

    Blacks are a distraction- an unfortunate one because it has blinded these morons more .

    Did Trump refuse to seek treatment , be admitted or fight against treatment protocol after getting Covid ?

    Did he fight anything with gusto other than for his donor class and for DNA- in-law Israel ?

    Do blacks come and jump on white gatherings ?
    Why do the whites do that when blacks resist against police brutality ?

    Do blacks complain against the emergency relief provided to the white victims of fire ,flood, tornado ?
    Why do whites have to rail against relief when blacks are affected mostly?

    The racist Tea Party owes its emergence to a lying vulgar ugly commodity trader that USA rescued the undeserving negligent blacks homeowners printing crisis and giving free money to the blacks .

    When you see the wounded warrior project doesn’t canvas for condemnation of the government but is begging for donation for the comfort and treatment of the veterans , you know the citizen have been reduced to the same situation a well trained dog has been to .

    These conservative supported each measure introduced after 911 and anthrax . They still support draconian TSA
    proceedings and protocol .

    They ( ugly Bannon and his ilk ) supported and started Muslim ban . Now they can’t the Jewish ban .
    How many did die from Muslim travel ? How many would from not having synagogue attendance ban ?

    Banning speech against Iraq war was good .
    Banning conservative voice should be good .
    Banning any voice should be good as long as the decision makers feel so .
    That’s the reality brought to you by on your back and you never knew that load was sitting right on you .

  194. @scrivener3
    @Stonewall Jackson

    As the raging Russian said, ideas matter.

    Hegel and Marx caused more human suffering than all the serial killers of modern usa and all they did was write books.

    The Scottish enlightenment lifted more people out of grinding poverty and political oppression than Mother Teresa.

    Replies: @Richard B

    Hegel and Marx caused more human suffering than all the serial killers of modern usa and all they did was write books.

    Yet another Dunning-Kruger troll who thinks they understand Hegel and the Enlightement.

    • Replies: @JM
    @Richard B

    He conflates Hegel and Marx and misses the fact that the Russian-Chinese episode was a barbaric appropriation of Marx.

  195. The protests were mostly peaceful and not even fiery. During the inauguration in 2017 antifa set cars on fire and destroyed millions of dollars of property in Washington D.C. and even though most were arrested they almost all had their charges dropped by Jeff Sessions, (((Rod Rosenstein))) and the DOJ.

  196. @vhrm
    The NYT coverage today went out of its way to call the protesters violent. To some degree they were, but the difference from how BLM and antifa are covered was glaring.

    The only solace i take from today's ridiculous events is that, by and large, the protesters WERE "mostly peaceful".

    It's bad that they stole stuff and broke some stuff, but at least they didn't shoot or hurt anyone or set things on fire.

    But between the Georgia loss and today's incitement and the ammo that it hands the left for years to come... Trump is REALLY saddling his supporters with a lot of baggage on his way out.

    Replies: @botazefa, @Lost American, @Rogue 1, @deleter

    The NYT coverage today went out of its way to call the protesters violent. To some degree they were, but the difference from how BLM and antifa are covered was glaring.

    Agree.

    By the time of the evening news last night, they were calling it sedition.

    This morning the MSM seems to have settled on the term ‘insurrection.’

    I didn’t see any guns on the protesters.

    Within a generation, print media no longer being referenced, the internet sources will utterly rewrite what happened yesterday. Our children will learn that this was a failed white nationalist revolution.

    I watched hours of this yesterday. I doubt there were more than 500 protesters at the capital. Maybe 50 or 100 got inside. Maybe a dozen whackos.

    When antifa took over BLM protests, they were reported as mostly peaceful. When antifa takes over a Trump protest, everyone is a violent insurrectionist.

    Steve os right.

  197. @Stan Adams
    I'm sitting outside right now, staring up at Orion. It's 60 degrees, totally clear. Beautiful night.

    Weird day. I enjoyed watching the shenanigans in Washington. Even if the guys storming the Capitol were nothing more than Antifa LARPers, it still felt good to see the machinery of the swamp machine grind to a halt and watch the bastards cut and run. Pelosi, McConnell, Pence ... fuck 'em all. Screw the pearl-clutching cucks who keep shrieking, "That's not who we are!" There is no "we" anymore, and maybe there never really was. The system is totally corrupt and not worth defending.

    There is a very good chance that Trump will be removed from office in the next few days. Perhaps he can cling to power for another two weeks; we'll see. At any rate, he's just about blown his wad.

    (That being said, anything can happen. Fourteen days can be an eternity in politics.)

    How screwed are we? Very, it would seem. But maybe we'll muddle through somehow.

    I'm feeling a bit numb at the moment. I was surprised by what happened today, but not shocked. Too many crazy things have transpired over the last few years for anyone who's been paying attention to be truly floored by the chaos in DC.

    If this is, indeed, the end of the Trump presidency, then let me say one thing to our embattled CiC: Thank you. Despite your failures, you forced the political establishment and the media to expose themselves as the lying, whoring, cheating sacks of shit that we always knew they were. You've opened a lot of people's eyes to the reality of what America has become. For that, if nothing else, you have earned our eternal gratitude.

    Replies: @MBlanc46, @Russ

    If this is, indeed, the end of the Trump presidency, then let me say one thing to our embattled CiC: Thank you. Despite your failures, you forced the political establishment and the media to expose themselves as the lying, whoring, cheating sacks of shit that we always knew they were. You’ve opened a lot of people’s eyes to the reality of what America has become. For that, if nothing else, you have earned our eternal gratitude.

    Worthy of repeating.

    • Agree: annamaria
  198. @PhysicistDave
    @Anon

    Anon[408] wrote:


    Let’s accept defeat graciously and move on to finding ways to stop the Left and kick their asses in 2022.
     
    I've been reading up on the history of the Left in various books written by guys ranging from the old European Traditionalist Right to Leftists.

    The Left does not think like normal human beings.

    You may think of this like a Student Council election, where, hey, somebody's gotta lose, better luck next time.

    But the Left does not think like this: the Left hates human beings as they now exist, and they have for centuries.

    You care more about your wife than you do about the nasty harpy who lives three doors down? You're a misogynist!

    You kinda hope your daughter finds a nice guy and pops out some grandkids for you? You're a homophobe and anti-feminist!

    You kinda like being able to decide which model of car you can buy? You're a running dog of the capitalist exploiters (not to mention trying to destroy the planet)!

    And don't get me going on your idea that you can choose your own religion, philosophy, etc.

    We now have more than two centuries of experience with this pestilence. Leftists are a danger to the human race -- hostes humani generis.

    The Left persists because most decent people just cannot wrap their heads around this.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Reactionary Utopian

    I don’t comment enough to rate the use of the “agree” button. So I’ll actually have to type a bit to say that Dave’s comment is just all sorts of true. Well said, sir.

  199. @Garliv
    @Peter Akuleyev

    How would Trump win when even the dead overcame death to vote for Biden in record numbers? Get real and stop believing everything you get on CNN.

    Replies: @Jonathan Mason

    How would Trump win when even the dead overcame death to vote for Biden in record numbers?

    Who would Jesus have voted for?

  200. @Thomasina
    @Peter Akuleyev

    What utter nonsense.

    Replies: @Tlotsi

    At least, he’s consistent.

  201. @Oswald Spengler
    @Paul Rise

    I wonder which President will be the Romulus Augustulus of the American Empire?

    Replies: @Cthulu Smith, @Rob McX

    And who will be its Gibbon?

    It was at Rome, on the 15th of October, 1764, as I sat musing amidst the ruins of the Capitol, while the barefoot friars were singing vespers in the Temple of Jupiter, that the idea of writing the decline and fall of the city first started to my mind.

    It was at the third funeral of George Floyd, as I sat musing amidst mountains of looted Nikes, that the idea of writing the decline and fall of America first started to my mind.

    • Agree: BenKenobi
    • LOL: Kolya Krassotkin
  202. @PhysicistDave
    @Thomas

    Thomas wrote:


    And this woman, a comely, 14-year Air Force veteran, will be difficult to slander as a Nazi.

    And she was killed for her trouble, by a cop, for going into a building her tax dollars paid for.
     
    Well, we will see if the Right has enough sense to make sure that she did not die in vain. There should be remembrances of Ashli Babbitt every January 6, a memorial somewhere, etc.

    If anyone thinks this is exploiting her memory, what is already available on the Web makes clear that she would have approved.

    Thomas also wrote:

    Those facts, and much else that is going on right now and over the past year, are going to help break the civnat spell normie is under, little by little.
     
    Hey, I'm a civnat. The battle is not going to be won just by white people. Michelle Malkin was one of the first people out of the block to condemn the killing of Ashli Babbitt as murder.

    Let the Dems be the psychopath party. And accept all decent human beings as our allies.

    #RememberAshliBabbitt

    Replies: @Colin Wright, @Authenticjazzman

    ” Let the Dems be the psychopath party”

    The conundrum problem being: If they, the lunatic party, take over the WH now it will be all over for the Republicans and they, the Repubs, will never attain a high office in the US for all of eternity or until the US dissolves into total chaos.

    Most people really do not grasp just how evil and malicious they, the Dems, really are and that any talk of winning for the Repubs in 2022 or 2024 is nothing but a rediculous exercise in total futility, as they, the Dems, will by that time have set conditions so that they are invulnerable and invincible.

    It’s now or never and the the folks who do not want to see the demise of the country must NOW take any and all actions to stop the Dems, period.

    AJM

    • Replies: @Twodees Partain
    @Authenticjazzman

    Take a look at this video:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=748_YY0TB6E&feature=emb_logo

  203. I am proud of these protestors. We have a president-elect who may have been elected fraudulently. His Democrat party endorses the BLM movement which is all about letting black people riot, loot, burn businesses and kill white people without Democrat or media disapproval. I, for one, will join any militia whose purpose is either to get rid of this coming (fraudulent) president and his white-hating, black militant vice-president or carve out a section of the country free of liberal politicians and black people.

  204. “Americans hate Trump’s guts and want him gone. ”

    — Who are these Americans? The alphabet agencies in service to the MIC, which is in service to the Lobby that is unhappy with Trump for his inaction against the sovereign state of Syria?

    The Clintonistas had been conducting a coup against POTUS (whatever his personal characteristics) by using foreign agent Steele and making the CIA & FBI into their political tool. The zionist-owned MSM was spreading lies about Russiagate nonstop as if there was no tomorrow.

    Do you still believe the puppeteering voice of progressive’ profiteer Maddow? She literally made a fortune by working for the treasonous coup. The same ‘righteous’ MSM blocked the well-documented facts about Biden’s family’s exploits in China and Ukraine.

    There are no reports on MSM about the US/UK/Israel support for ‘moderate’ terrorists in the Middle East. The US has been spending $ Trillions on the Wars for Israel, and the slobbering profiteers at Netflix, YouTube, FakeBook, and such have been falling over themselves to oblige and support the tremendous waste and mass slaughter. The Floyd thing was very handy and very ‘democratic.’ Before saint Floyd (a drug dealer and pornographer) there was an attempt at the Jussie Smollett thing.

    The demonstration of Americans in Washington DC was not so much about Trump as about “give my country back.” The peaceful demonstration was about the subversion of the rule of law by the haves. The US is a kleptocratic plutocracy. No wonder that demented Piglosi, demented Biden, demented Nader, demented Schiff, and the likes made good money by using their position in congress.

    There is no light of day between Cheney and Clintons, between Pelosi and the MIC, between US Congress and Knesset. The US Congress has become a native set of Dancing Israelis masquerading as Americans. Americans want their country back.

  205. Another point – “stormed” for the right’s action vs “occupied” for left actions.

    The MSM, including the BBC, is utterly corrupt.

  206. @Peter Akuleyev
    @Garliv

    What utter nonsense.

    Replies: @Getaclue, @Matt Buckalew

    Look how the little piggies squeal.

  207. @MEH 0910
    @Anon

    https://twitter.com/dancohen3000/status/1347076676342185984

    Replies: @anon, @Polemos, @MEH 0910

    Not until the officer involved in Kenosha shooting is indicted and sent to jail .

    • Replies: @MEH 0910
    @anon


    Not until the officer involved in Kenosha shooting is indicted and sent to jail .
     
    That would be an injustice. Thankfully it's not going to happen:

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/blms-batting-average-falls-below-the-mendoza-line-no-charges-against-kenosha-cop/

  208. @Cool Daddy Jimbo
    I keep hearing on the TV that violence doesn't work. What? The hell it doesn't. BLM spent the Summer burning and looting every major city in America. They were rewarded with hundreds of millions of dollars and more power than any political party in the US. Their adherents caused billions in damage and helped themselves to tens of millions worth of DIY reparations and no one lifted a finger to stop them. Whatever else, violence works an absolute treat.

    Oh, and you senators and congressmen, cowboy up a little bit. You were afraid? There was a loud and angry crowd outside and you thought they were going to hurt you? That's how a store owner in Kenosha felt. That's how the McCloskys felt. Remember that emotion next time you feel obligated to barge in front of a TV camera to excuse rioting and looting. Next time you feel obligated to tell us you're proud of Jacob Blake. Next time you get on Twitter and exhort your followers to donate to a fund to pay bail for rioters. You created this monster. You nurtured it, sheltered it, and allowed it to grow. And now it's come home to eat you. Good luck and go fuck yourselves.

    Replies: @Corn

    Oh, and you senators and congressmen, cowboy up a little bit. You were afraid? There was a loud and angry crowd outside and you thought they were going to hurt you?

    Remember last summer during the riots in DC Trump was sent to a bunker or shelter one night? Democrats tried to make fun of him for it.

    Well yesterday the tables were turned and did any of these pansy ass Democrats roll up their sleeves to do battle with the protesters? Nope. They hid.

    I bet they thought nationalists didn’t have the balls to do this.

  209. Anonymous[290] • Disclaimer says:
    @Bill P
    @Jack D

    Mining and operating blast furnaces are not jobs for dummies. Would you trust a guy with an 85 IQ with dynamite? Would you let him operate machines that roll 1300 degree steel at 30 mph?

    The less capable would work in certain agriculture or food processing jobs, which are now often held by immigrants. However, there are still plenty of service sector/low-end jobs for whites.

    Coal mining and steel production pay well because they require skilled labor. Those steel jobs we outsourced to Korea and China still require skilled labor. The people who got screwed worst in America are not the low IQ. They are the former middle class and their descendants.

    Maybe elites really think these people are dumb and therefore irrelevant. That just isn't true. A lot of them are quite intelligent, and that might become a problem for organizations larded with affirmative action functionaries.

    I understand that a lot of Jews used to work in factories making clothing and the like. When they were mistreated and exploited, it ended up causing a lot of problems for various governments, right? It seems that just because they operated sewing machines didn't mean they were dummies.

    Granted, these Jewish "operators" may have been more skilled in propaganda and political agitation than their contemporary American counterparts, but I'd give the latter the edge when it comes to making and breaking things. People may think that's irrelevant in this so-called information age, but that's foolish. None of the billionaires are dumb enough to believe that. They're all investing in rockets, nuclear power, electric infrastructure, etc.

    So that's the real problem we're in. This country's elite has alienated a critical segment of its population and now arrogantly calls them stupid and backward, when they are neither. It's probably a fatal mistake. I'm starting to wonder whether this republic will survive the next congress.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Joseph Doaks, @Desiderius, @Jack D, @Peter D. Bredon, @Curmudgeon

    So that’s the real problem we’re in. This country’s elite has alienated a critical segment of its population and now arrogantly calls them stupid and backward, when they are neither. It’s probably a fatal mistake. I’m starting to wonder whether this republic will survive the next congress.

    Trump has been outplayed. Now he gets to cope a hostile Western Establishment. Too bad, wish he’d done better for himself. This does not change the overall strategic picture. The Establishment has overplayed its hand.

    The Washington DC events of the 6th were a strategically stupid move by the Establishment. They have demonstrated themselves to be enemies of over half the participating voters in the United States. Effectively, the Establishment has demonstrated that the population of the United States is not sovereign. Current Establishment propaganda is that the population us unworthy of sovereignty and incapable of exercising it.

    To understand the effect of what happened in Washington DC on the 6th, you have to remember one basic fact about the psychology of Trump voters:
    Attacks on Trump, and attacks on to any Trump voters, are taken personally by all Trump voters. The Establishment (the entire Establishment) has just attacked, on a personal level, over half of the registered and participating voters in the United States. It has killed one of them, in what was political theater.

    These actions have engendered lasting hostility. From over half the active voters in the United States. Most of them with their own State governments within a Federalist system. Controlling all transportation to the economically obsolete and dying cities in which, the Establishment lives. Controlling enough votes to call a Constitutional Convention, should they want to do that. Controlling enough money to bankrupt the Establishment’s media by simply not viewing/listening to content that attacks them.

    Nor will this hostility gradually fade. The circumstances that made an attack on popular sovereignty ensure that the hostility will grow.
    Biden/Harris were elected to give money to their constituencies. Money is the mother’s milk of the Establishment, the only thing that is keeping it alive. Extracting considerably more money from existing sources (including Trump voters) for what amounts to immediate consumption (*) will much more risky than were Trump’s measures to do the same thing. At the least, extracting more will ensure that the lasting hostility does not decay. At the most, extracting more will also devalue the US Dollar enough to stop the flow of mother’s milk to the Establishment.

    As to the newly disenfranchised, I suspect that it will be (a) distributed leadership (building on the Federal structure of the US Government on the State and County level, and (b) No More Mr. Nice Guy. The US ends up with local control and a distributed economy.

    One of the few nice things about all this is that the comments about “stupid Americans” turn out to be BS, simple trash talk. The Americans ran nothing — it was the American Establishment.

    ———————————

    *) Immediate consumption does not even potentially generate a future income stream. Capital investment would, but political expenditures by the Establishment will be for nonproductive works, such as the Green initiatives and the social/welfare part of the Establishment. Loans that have a specific repayment stream as collateral are less risky than those that have no repayment stream. The US Treasury bills have no repayment stream as capital, and “monetization” is simply an attempt to repay loans by reducing the value of the agreed upon repayment stream. There is a limit to the number of Treasury bills that the US Federal Government can sell without monetization causing a rapid decrease in the trading value of the US Dollar to near zero. Given the state of US trade value and of US capital, attempting to rebuild the cities, or even keep them financially solvent, would require borrowing so much money that highly inflationary monetization would ensure.

  210. Thinking about the unarmed white woman who was shot.
    reminds me of the Matthew McConahey “imagine she was black” monologue in

    A Time to Kill

    .

    Here it is on youtube:

    All these woke jerks talking about sedition, so afraid of working class white people, should imagine for a moment that the dead woman was Black.

  211. @PhysicistDave
    @Anon

    Anon[240] wrote:


    The difference is that Wisconsin does not have federal powers, including nuclear weapons, that could be triggered by a President who is impetuous, and not thinking clearly. The “two-man rule” for using nuclear weapons does not apply to the President.
     
    I have, for various reasons, known a number of people who were (or more accurately would have been) involved in the launching of nuclear weapons.

    Trust me: there are more controls in place than you think. Enough that there is some question as to whether we could get them off if there really were a good reason. And, rumor is, we shared some of our control tech with the Russians back in the '70s, just to make sure they did not have a little accident.

    Replies: @Corn, @ben tillman

    We hardly ever, probably never test nukes. Even if we did launch them would they go kaboom like designed?

  212. Anyone who is unable to refrain from disavowing the events of yesterday which struck fear in the hearts of congresscritter scum is a coward, grifter, or spiritually bereft. Sure they were dumb fools doing it for a dumb reason — and for an incredibly selfish person — but anything that makes the empire tremble like it did is objectively good.

  213. @Bill P
    @Jack D

    Mining and operating blast furnaces are not jobs for dummies. Would you trust a guy with an 85 IQ with dynamite? Would you let him operate machines that roll 1300 degree steel at 30 mph?

    The less capable would work in certain agriculture or food processing jobs, which are now often held by immigrants. However, there are still plenty of service sector/low-end jobs for whites.

    Coal mining and steel production pay well because they require skilled labor. Those steel jobs we outsourced to Korea and China still require skilled labor. The people who got screwed worst in America are not the low IQ. They are the former middle class and their descendants.

    Maybe elites really think these people are dumb and therefore irrelevant. That just isn't true. A lot of them are quite intelligent, and that might become a problem for organizations larded with affirmative action functionaries.

    I understand that a lot of Jews used to work in factories making clothing and the like. When they were mistreated and exploited, it ended up causing a lot of problems for various governments, right? It seems that just because they operated sewing machines didn't mean they were dummies.

    Granted, these Jewish "operators" may have been more skilled in propaganda and political agitation than their contemporary American counterparts, but I'd give the latter the edge when it comes to making and breaking things. People may think that's irrelevant in this so-called information age, but that's foolish. None of the billionaires are dumb enough to believe that. They're all investing in rockets, nuclear power, electric infrastructure, etc.

    So that's the real problem we're in. This country's elite has alienated a critical segment of its population and now arrogantly calls them stupid and backward, when they are neither. It's probably a fatal mistake. I'm starting to wonder whether this republic will survive the next congress.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Joseph Doaks, @Desiderius, @Jack D, @Peter D. Bredon, @Curmudgeon

    “This country’s elite has alienated a critical segment of its population and now arrogantly calls them stupid and backward, when they are neither. It’s probably a fatal mistake.”

    No problem, they’ll just replace them. 20 million newly naturalized Democrats are just the start. The fatal mistake was anybody voting for Biden.

    • Replies: @ben tillman
    @Joseph Doaks

    They can't replace us any more than I can replace my yard guy. He knows where the sprinkler pipes are buried.

  214. @Desert Rat
    I don't think this was LARPing. I think this was sane, traditional Americans faced with two choices: submit or fight and they chose to take a few really rather tentative steps to fight. If this had been leftists DC would be in flames right this minute.

    Now comes the propaganda explosion of condemnation by both open leftists and their "conservative" allies. DC is going to look like the Green Zone in Baghdad as the government takes all necessary steps to protect the "peoples' representatives" from the people. I expect arrests, prosecutions and jail time for many. But I also expect resistance against attempts to go after some of these people. We may see efforts at arrests met by men with rifles. We may even see municipalities and even states giving sanctuary to some of these. Who knows? At this point just about any scenario is possible.

    It is obvious that the U.S. as we have known it is over.

    Replies: @Desiderius, @Carolyn Yeager, @Anonymous

    Then maybe we should have known her better.

    I’m counting my three crisp ones this morning and wondering what might have been.

  215. The very day I pronounced Bidan dead Jim Clyburn turned Oscar Goldman and the rest is history. So I’m reluctant to say the same about Trump.

    But like Moldbug I’m ready for the next thing however long coming.

  216. @Peter Akuleyev
    @MEH 0910

    Steve Sailer changed the course of American history.

    Unfortunately Steve’s legacy will be that he helped elect a conman and criminal who has done more to destroy the conservative cause in the last four years than the left could in forty. Trump leaves a smoking ruin of a GOP behind, a unified energized block of negro voters, international alliances in shambles, a powerful China who can’t believe their luck at how the West screwed up COVID, a massive government deficit, and an unbuilt Wall that will be a mute testament to his utter incompetence. But at least Trump and his corrupt hangers-on have pocketed hundreds of millions of dollars of donations from naive hopeful Americans who thought they had found a leader. Sadly I don’t think Steve got to share in that booty.

    Replies: @Thomasina, @bomag, @PhysicistDave, @Anatoly Karlin, @Anonymous, @That Would Be Telling

    Based.

    What is falling must be pushed.

    • LOL: Mike Tre
    • Troll: Achmed E. Newman
  217. January 6, 2021 Facial recognition firm claims Antifa infiltrated Trump protesters who stormed Capitol

    A retired military officer told The Washington Times that the firm XRVision used its software to do facial recognition of protesters and matched two Philadelphia Antifa members to two men inside the Senate.

    https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2021/jan/6/xrvision-firm-claims-antifa-infiltrated-protesters/

    Jan 6, 2021 Scenes From The Trump Rally Before Violence Erupted

    Federalist footage of the Trump rally that preceded the violent riot at the Capitol on Jan. 6.

  218. @Bill P
    @Jack D

    Mining and operating blast furnaces are not jobs for dummies. Would you trust a guy with an 85 IQ with dynamite? Would you let him operate machines that roll 1300 degree steel at 30 mph?

    The less capable would work in certain agriculture or food processing jobs, which are now often held by immigrants. However, there are still plenty of service sector/low-end jobs for whites.

    Coal mining and steel production pay well because they require skilled labor. Those steel jobs we outsourced to Korea and China still require skilled labor. The people who got screwed worst in America are not the low IQ. They are the former middle class and their descendants.

    Maybe elites really think these people are dumb and therefore irrelevant. That just isn't true. A lot of them are quite intelligent, and that might become a problem for organizations larded with affirmative action functionaries.

    I understand that a lot of Jews used to work in factories making clothing and the like. When they were mistreated and exploited, it ended up causing a lot of problems for various governments, right? It seems that just because they operated sewing machines didn't mean they were dummies.

    Granted, these Jewish "operators" may have been more skilled in propaganda and political agitation than their contemporary American counterparts, but I'd give the latter the edge when it comes to making and breaking things. People may think that's irrelevant in this so-called information age, but that's foolish. None of the billionaires are dumb enough to believe that. They're all investing in rockets, nuclear power, electric infrastructure, etc.

    So that's the real problem we're in. This country's elite has alienated a critical segment of its population and now arrogantly calls them stupid and backward, when they are neither. It's probably a fatal mistake. I'm starting to wonder whether this republic will survive the next congress.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Joseph Doaks, @Desiderius, @Jack D, @Peter D. Bredon, @Curmudgeon

    Not them.

    Us

  219. @Bill P
    @Jack D

    Mining and operating blast furnaces are not jobs for dummies. Would you trust a guy with an 85 IQ with dynamite? Would you let him operate machines that roll 1300 degree steel at 30 mph?

    The less capable would work in certain agriculture or food processing jobs, which are now often held by immigrants. However, there are still plenty of service sector/low-end jobs for whites.

    Coal mining and steel production pay well because they require skilled labor. Those steel jobs we outsourced to Korea and China still require skilled labor. The people who got screwed worst in America are not the low IQ. They are the former middle class and their descendants.

    Maybe elites really think these people are dumb and therefore irrelevant. That just isn't true. A lot of them are quite intelligent, and that might become a problem for organizations larded with affirmative action functionaries.

    I understand that a lot of Jews used to work in factories making clothing and the like. When they were mistreated and exploited, it ended up causing a lot of problems for various governments, right? It seems that just because they operated sewing machines didn't mean they were dummies.

    Granted, these Jewish "operators" may have been more skilled in propaganda and political agitation than their contemporary American counterparts, but I'd give the latter the edge when it comes to making and breaking things. People may think that's irrelevant in this so-called information age, but that's foolish. None of the billionaires are dumb enough to believe that. They're all investing in rockets, nuclear power, electric infrastructure, etc.

    So that's the real problem we're in. This country's elite has alienated a critical segment of its population and now arrogantly calls them stupid and backward, when they are neither. It's probably a fatal mistake. I'm starting to wonder whether this republic will survive the next congress.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Joseph Doaks, @Desiderius, @Jack D, @Peter D. Bredon, @Curmudgeon

    There was always a hierarchy among blue collar workers – there were the skilled tradesmen, the tool and die makers, etc. Their descendants are now mostly white collar (or have taken over and grown the family business).

    And then there was the muscle and there was a lot more of that needed in the days before power tools and forklifts, etc. Henry Ford channelled blacks into the hot, dirty foundry jobs in his factories. Maybe giving dynamite to people with 85 IQs is not a good idea (although back in the day they probably did it anyway because they really didn’t care if miners blew themselves up) but before you can set a charge you have to drill a hole in the stone. In the old days before pneumatic tools (which are BTW a surprisingly old technology) you had 1 guy holding the star drill and 1 John Henry type guy swinging a sledgehammer. For swinging a sledgehammer an 85 IQ makes you overqualified.

    Certainly our modern elites seem to prefer symbolic manipulation over making and breaking actual material objects. The latter should not be easily dismissed but it’s completely rational for them to think that it’s better to put your sewing factory in Bangladesh where the subcontractor will pay his workers 50 cent/hr and OSHA doesn’t exist than to put that sewing factory in NY where you will have to pay $15 and and endless # of government inspectors will come around to harass you.

  220. Undocumented Lobbying!

    • LOL: Fred777
  221. @Known Fact
    Brilliant historical parallel, though that and $7 will get you a gallon of gas by 2022 in the Harris administration.

    Call the interlopers "childish," but Congress today is getting only a fraction of what they truly deserve -- their hubris and contempt for the American taxpayer have gone way beyond out of control.

    Replies: @SunBakedSuburb, @Anon, @phillip sawicki

    The US already has a one party totalitarian state, so what happens after Jan 20 will be nothing new. Only a violent revolution will stop the two parties from giving the Defense Deparetment more than 700 billion each year in a vain attempt to rule the world.

  222. Turned on CNBC for my morning fix of financial science fiction and heard the CEO of T-Mobile decrying the violence yesterday which threatened our sacred democratic processes. Apparently he was the latest in a line of business titans who were appearing to moan about violence in the Capitol.

    I wonder. If it had been black lives matter protesters how many CEOs would be condemning violent protesters?

    • Agree: Kolya Krassotkin
  223. @prime noticer
    Come On, Man! I said shoot them in the leg - unless they are peaceful Republican protesters. then shoot them in the neck with your AR.

    Replies: @InnerCynic

    Now if they’d been shooting Antifa and BLM goons you can bet the howling would reach a crescendo

  224. “Election Integrity” was lost when the GOP legislatures in AZ, GA, WI, PA, & MI passed laws allowing lax mail in voting that gave Democrats a perfect way to rig the vote. The GOP establishment hates Trump even more than the Democrats, and this was their way of throwing him under the bus. Some of the legislators made noises about election fraud, but it was all ginned up, built for show, not for go. They could have prevented this but didn’t, because they didn’t want to. Either that or they’re just abysmally stupid as only GOP pols can be.

    But then what difference does it make? What would four more years of Trump have done for us beyond more whoring for Israel, more caves of immigration/H1-bs, more non-prosecutions of the Clintons & Bidens, more dopey picks like Sessions, Barr, Wary, Bolton, etc. Anybody on our side who still thinks a solution can be found in the political system has been asleep for years.

    As Thomas Jefferson said, there’s no remedy for a nation whose people have lost their character. USians have time and time again picked material comfort and faux security over prudence and freedom. They’ve cheered on every expansion of government power, and it wasn’t just libtards. “Conservatives” were creaming in their pants when Bush signed the wretched “Patriot Act” into law, which shredded the Constitution. When USians get shoved into the cattle cars, it’ll be a perfect example of Mencken’s “good and hard”.

    • Troll: Corvinus
  225. Trump has nothing to lose… pardon everyone

  226. @Desert Rat
    I don't think this was LARPing. I think this was sane, traditional Americans faced with two choices: submit or fight and they chose to take a few really rather tentative steps to fight. If this had been leftists DC would be in flames right this minute.

    Now comes the propaganda explosion of condemnation by both open leftists and their "conservative" allies. DC is going to look like the Green Zone in Baghdad as the government takes all necessary steps to protect the "peoples' representatives" from the people. I expect arrests, prosecutions and jail time for many. But I also expect resistance against attempts to go after some of these people. We may see efforts at arrests met by men with rifles. We may even see municipalities and even states giving sanctuary to some of these. Who knows? At this point just about any scenario is possible.

    It is obvious that the U.S. as we have known it is over.

    Replies: @Desiderius, @Carolyn Yeager, @Anonymous

    I like your comment very much and pretty much agree, except for the last sentence. “The U.S. as we have known it” is not the same to everyone across the board. So just what is ‘over’ is yet to be seen. Or maybe you can explain a little more what you mean.

    Your most true sentence is this one: “Now comes the propaganda explosion of condemnation by both open leftists and their “conservative” allies.” This sickening assault is already well underway this morning. The damage to Trump and his family will be on the order of the universal condemnation of Hitler and his associates in 1945. Total annihilation, and overseen by the Jews. They want to make sure that Trump himself or any family member cannot lead anything anymore, let alone the Republican Party.

    Can Trump supporters stand firm and find intelligent leadership to guide them in keeping the Populist movement intact? Hitler’s supporters tried to do that after the War and had some early success, but were eventually strangled by lack of media support. The Media is the Enemy. That’s why Joseph Goebbels, Hitler’s propaganda minister, is portrayed as an evil genius when he was just doing his job in a capable way.

  227. @MEH 0910
    @JimDandy

    Ann Coulter Retweeted:
    https://twitter.com/UPIPhotos/status/1045393181729320961

    Replies: @YetAnotherAnon, @follyofwar

    “Demonstrators occupy Chuck Grassley’s office”

    alternative timeline

    “Mob storms Chuck Grassley’s office”

  228. anon[287] • Disclaimer says:
    @Peter Akuleyev
    @PhysicistDave

    The problem yesterday is that the “protestors” don’t stand for anything other than protecting Trump’s pride. Trump lost the election badly and humiliatingly, by 7 million votes to a weak has-been. Americans hate Trump’s guts and want him gone. But Trump is an aging diva who can’t leave the stage without making a scene. Why any “patriot” would willingly associate themselves with yesterday’s degradation is the question.

    Replies: @PhysicistDave, @Garliv, @bomag, @Authenticjazzman, @anon, @EugeneGur

    the “protestors” don’t stand for anything other than protecting Trump’s pride.

    The evil media portrayed it that way, but the protestors stand for something far greater than Trump, they stand for the integrity of our electoral process.

    The left has been so brazen because they do not fear the right. The right has been too rational and non-violent. Contrary to all the talk of “violence is not who we are”, even from the mouth of Don Jr., we saw time and again that the leftist mobs get what they want. Each time there’s new rioting or looting, the government caves. It’s time for the right to wake up. Violence *is* who we are.

    The right has exhausted all legal avenues to no avail. The left has managed to shut us down completely via msm including their controlled opposition like WSJ, FoxNews and GOP RINOs, plus Big Tech, DOJ, the judiciary all the way to SCOTUS. We are backed into a corner. The left has fired the first shot and killed an unarmed female protestor. It’s time to fight our way out or die as a country. Violence is now the only answer.

  229. @YetAnotherAnon
    The Guardian has the word "mob" in no fewer than 5 headlines in the UK edition. Surely they're "protesters"?

    https://i.postimg.cc/wM0xRtym/mob1.jpg

    https://i.postimg.cc/43gCZfnk/mob2.jpg

    As others have pointed out, when Trump took refuge in the WH basement the media thought it was very amusing. Note the absence of the M-word.

    https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2020/may/31/trump-flees-to-bunker-as-protests-over-george-floyd-rage-outside-white-house

    The incident provoked a stream of derisive comments on social media, comparing Trump unfavourably both to the presumptive Democratic candidate, Joe Biden, who visited protesters and to the cowardly lion from the Wizard of Oz. The hashtag “#bunkerboy” became a trending term on Twitter.

    Greg Sargent, who writes the Plum Line blog for the Washington Post, wrote: “President of the United States cowering in fear of delivering a national address while instead issuing deranged tweets from his underground bunker somehow persuades himself that the world is laughing at someone else.”

    The activist and author Amy Siskind was equally scathing. “Trump hiding out in a bunker Friday, and shutting off the lights at the White House Sunday – both over a few hundred protesters – will be forever remembered as defining moments of his presidency when he was revealed as a coward, not the strongman he advertised.”

     

    Replies: @YetAnotherAnon

    I notice also the Guardian uses “insurrection” and “insurgence”. Whatever happened to “demonstrators” and “protesters”?

    • Replies: @anon
    @YetAnotherAnon

    I notice also the Guardian uses “insurrection” and “insurgence”. Whatever happened to “demonstrators” and “protesters”?


    "Who? Whom?"

  230. @Colin Wright
    '...Amid much shouting and jostling, a woman with a flag-motif backpack, who was identified as Ashli Babbitt, is seen from behind as she is lifted up by others in the crowd.

    She begins climbing through the open frame of one of the doors’ windows, from which the glass has been broken or removed.

    Then a loud shot rings out and Babbitt falls backward back into the crowd — apparently shot through the window from the other side, where at least four black-uniformed officers can be seen darting in and out of doorways in the distance...


    That is to say, it actually was murder this time.

    Well, we can all be thankful she wasn't black, can't we?

    Replies: @Oemiktlob, @Bert

    “Well, we can all be thankful she wasn’t black, can’t we?”

    I get what you’re saying here, Colin, but I’m not so sure the incident would have been a bad thing in the bigger scheme of things had she been black. If she had been this entire country would be in flames, literally, from coast-to-coast and all points in between. It would only accelerate where we are likely headed and from my perspective as a grandfather I sometimes catch myself wishing, hoping and praying that the whole rotten, corrupt edifice around us would collapse sooner rather than later and then maybe my 5 (so far) grandchildren would have a better shot at building the world they want to live in sooner. Seen this way it’s sort of a mercy killing.

    • Replies: @Carolyn Yeager
    @Oemiktlob

    Thanks for revealing a little about who you are--an American grandfather of five. One sure wouldn't know it from the screen name you use. It makes a big difference to me and my enjoyment in reading and writing to other commenters here. :-)) Cheers.

    Replies: @Oemiktlob, @JM

  231. We saw yesterday beautiful pictures of thousands of peaceful American patriots in the seat of democracy, but a day blackened by the death of four brave citizens. One window and the glasses of a couple of doors were broken. That’s nothing compared to the GARGANTUAN DAMAGE and TERROR WAVES unleashed for MONTHS last year by the BLM and antifa thugs and thieves, who kept looting and ravaging public and private properties, even ones owned by black people, and harming those of opposing ideology.
    For the pharisaical and warlike St. Obama and the MSM, when the BLM and Co. were voicing their violent and brutal anger following the death of a black archcriminal (sic), all was fine, justified and reverend.
    https://www.shutterstock.com/image-photo/black-lives-matter-protest-riot-vandalism-1752732488

    https://www.informationliberation.com/?id=61732
    https://www.npr.org/2020/08/03/898703442/protest-and-a-black-owned-business?t=1610022675536

    • Replies: @Kolya Krassotkin
    @blaqua

    Thank you. As you noted, this was tragic, but compared to all the murders and chaos, with property damage in untold billions, unleashed on the innocent by the anti-fa and BLM the last several years, this was a tempest in a teapot.

    The difference this time was that these were mostly white people who were mostly conservative. The BLM and anti-fa rioters were disproportionately poc's and leftwingers.

    That the seriousness of a crime is now not primarily based upon the nature of the crime, but, instead, who commits the crime and who the victim is is more proof that the United States has become a banana republic.

    Replies: @blaqua

  232. @PhysicistDave
    @Peter Akuleyev

    Peter Akuleyev wrote to me:


    Americans hate Trump’s guts and want him gone.
     
    Playin' a bit fast and loose here, aren't ya, Pyotr?

    Everyone agrees that Trump got around half the vote, more or less. The issue is: was it more or less?

    But he did get over 70 million votes, no matter how you cut it.

    "Americans" do not hate him. The parasitic verrbalist overclass hates him, and some members of the parasitic underclass hate him. And some people who voted against him do not hate him, but just disagree with him.

    Honesty is a virtue, Pyotr.

    Replies: @Ron Mexico, @Peter Akuleyev

    Trump is primarily the candidate of low IQ people who believe the myth around him created by a reality TV show and a group of intelligent people who are completely disillusioned or simply amoral. Americans who consider pedophiles like Matt Gaetz to be a better judge of character than Mitch Romney, or think Hawley is more of a true conservative than McConnell, are Americans that have lost the thread. While you are not wrong about America’s decadence in both our underclass and elite, the fact that Trump achieved the Presidency is a symptom of that disease, not a cure for it.

    • Troll: Joseph Doaks
    • Replies: @Oemiktlob
    @Peter Akuleyev

    I typically don't do ad hom's but as I've read your posts on this thread throughout the morning I can't help but wonder if you're joking or serious and I fear it's the latter.


    P.S. Mitch McConnell is a "true conservative"? Does he know this? Take PhysicistDave's excellent and sound advice and read the Rothbard book he recommended.

    , @PhysicistDave
    @Peter Akuleyev

    Peter Akuleyev wrote to me:


    Trump is primarily the candidate of low IQ people who believe the myth around him created by a reality TV show...
     
    Well, now, let's see, Pyotr.

    I was the top student in my college graduating class in the Division of Physics, Math, and Astronomy.

    At Caltech.

    And where did you get your degree?

    And I have a Ph.D.. in physics from Stanford.

    Your Ph.D.?

    And I am co-inventor on multiple patents.

    Your patents?

    Pyotr, I don't usually like to dump on intellectual losers like yourself, but since you chose to falsely characterize Trump voters this way...

    You are a loser, Pyotr.

    Pyotr also attacked:


    [Americans who] think Hawley is more of a true conservative than McConnell, are Americans that have lost the thread.
     
    Trump supporters are not conservatives as you think of them, Pyotr.

    In fact, we are really quite sick and tired of conservatives, who are merely Leftists who are fifty years out of date.

    We are populists or civnats or nationalistss or libertarians, but, Pyotr, I know this will break your heart, but we hate and despise "conservatives"!

    Replies: @photondancer, @JM, @Rob McX, @Authenticjazzman, @Anonymous, @ivan, @Russ

  233. Zerohedge asks a very good question, how is the storming of the capital of the militarily most sophisticated country even possible? It is entirely predictable that there would be rioters at yesterday’s events. We have spent trillions on weapons, security, and riot training over the past couple of decades, are we supposed to believe that the nation’s capital is not secure? There are videos of police deliberately opening the gates to let protesters into the Capital.

    My question, why does a pretty white woman get snuffed out and not the apparent leaders like the man in the horned cape that is begging for a bullet from any normal government security force, but instead gets front page coverage everywhere? Bullhorn man also has photos in the same garb at BLM protests.

    Looking at the calculus, if the goal was to bury the Trump election fraud protest movement, they really screwed him and his cause over for good.

  234. @MEH 0910
    @Anon

    https://twitter.com/dancohen3000/status/1347076676342185984

    Replies: @anon, @Polemos, @MEH 0910

    You can immediately see well-armed and armored police were behind her. About four of them. They were there the whole time. The less armed and plain-clothes cop leaned in to shoot her. He keeps moving and doesn’t seem calm before he shoots her.

    Did he know the well-armed officers with their long guns and networked radios were standing less than ten feet away or were they (can’t presume gender) uninformed and scared? Were the police not on the same radio or listening out? Where’s incident command?

    Given officer safety, shouldn’t this black officer’s fear of a white terrorist give him license to kill her? He feared for his safety due to a lifetime of white supremacy and she might have a gun and he is trained in the use of force and he chose his action based on his knowledge, training, and experience. White women are known to shoot guns, and he would know, both as a black man and a police officer.

  235. @PhysicistDave
    @Peter Akuleyev

    Peter Akuleyev wrote:


    Unfortunately Steve’s legacy will be that he helped elect a conman and criminal who has done more to destroy the conservative cause in the last four years than the left could in forty.
     
    Destroying the conservative cause? Yeah, I like it!

    You haven't perchance read Rothbard's Betrayal of the American Right or Raimondo's Reclaiming the American Right (full disclosure: both old friends of mine)?

    The "conservative movement" was always a fake, largely created by CIA agent Bill Buckley, probably with funds from the Company. (No, the fact that Buckley was CIA is not a goofy conspiracy theory: he was proud of it -- I remember seeing him brag about it on TV.) As early as 1952, Buckley laid out publicly his goal: hijack the Old Right and the GOP to make them into cheerleaders for the New Dealers' drive towards world hegemony.

    It worked pretty well for over six decades. And then that nasty old Donald Somebody came along and reawakened American nationalism.

    And "Poof!" went the "conservative movement" which was always just a Potemkin village anyway.

    Click on the link, Pyotr, and read Buckley's 1952 essay: maybe you're not too old to learn something new after al.

    Replies: @Peter Akuleyev

    Buckley was a Catholic. Catholic conservatives have always been allergic to nationalism, and over the long arc of history have generally been right. Without the Church as a bulwark, nationalism quickly degenerates into factionalism and demagoguery. It was nationalism that opened the door in Europe for Socialism and eventually even Muslim immigration. Because you can be any religion and still “American”, “French”, “British”, etc. But you can only be Catholic if you are a Catholic. So I doubt you and I are going to find much common ground.

    • Replies: @Peter D. Bredon
    @Peter Akuleyev

    Do you believe your own bullshit?

    https://www.gannett-cdn.com/-mm-/6d57bcfc2aa340818b7225951b7dd2d479c7ab91/c=0-116-1999-1245/local/-/media/2016/03/24/USATODAY/USATODAY/635944314207345266-AFP-550337268.jpg?width=3200&height=1680&fit=crop

    , @fnn
    @Peter Akuleyev

    You might remember that Franco was both a nationalist and a conservative. His bad luck that the Church stared self-destructing before he died. Today the Church is irrelevant in the West because everyone knows the RCC is now a combination racket and LGBT cult. It's a joke to both whites and mestizos with IQs above 90. I've seen the same smirk coming from both Harvard grads and Nicaraguan gardeners when the Church is mentioned.

    , @Matt Buckalew
    @Peter Akuleyev

    Ah yes Akuleyev the name featured so prominently on the Mayflower Compact.

    That said I bet Mayflower Moving Company had a few Akuleyevs employed before they all stole the moving trucks they were assigned to.

    , @PhysicistDave
    @Peter Akuleyev


    Buckley was a Catholic. Catholic conservatives have always been allergic to nationalism, and over the long arc of history have generally been right.
     
    Yeah, like Torquemada, one trule-blue Catholic "conservative."

    There were no real "conservatives" before the 1950s in the USA, Pytor. Actually try reading some history some day.

    And there were no real conservatives in the USA since 1950, either, Pyotr. As I said, Buckley admitted to being CIA, and if you had the guts to actually read the link I provided, you'd see that Buckley was a shill for New Deal Democrats/Liberal One-Worlders from the very beginning.

    But you are never, never, ever going to read the link, are you, Pyotr?

    Tell us, Pyotr: are you actually part of the Deep State, or does it just make you feel, briefly, like a real man to defend the Deep State? (I'm betting the latter.)
  236. @Garliv
    @Anon

    The brazen style of stealing and cynical lackadaisical attitude towards addressing electoral disputes by all levels of government: Judiciary, law enforcement, state and federal legislatures plus all other alphabetical soups of federal agencies is simply breathtaking. Stalin's quote to the effect that what actually matter is WHO COUNT THE VOTES has never have never been truer and on utter display than in today's US.
    So why vote?

    Replies: @Peter Akuleyev, @James O'Meara

    “cynical lackadaisical attitude towards addressing electoral disputes by all levels of government: Judiciary, law enforcement, state and federal legislatures plus all other alphabetical soups of federal agencies ”

    This could be expanded to include every other issue of importance, from immigration to stimulus checks, during the entire Trump charade. People were supposed to be satisfied with Trump “articulating” their grievances while Sessions, Barr, etc. sat on their hands the whole four years. (“Trust the plan!”).

    Also, this could be expanded to include the media, which used to define itself by “investigative reporting,” but now just acts as an Establishment megaphone, greeting any criticism of the Agenda with “bitter Trumper” or “conspiracy theorist”.

    Expanded in both directions, this is a concise summary of Where We Are now. With both voting and “peaceful protest” verboten, what remains?

  237. @Anon23
    False and easily debunked. The fact that it is your favorite indicates that the evidence for the "steal" is not very good.

    https://www.nationalreview.com/corner/no-joe-biden-did-not-only-improve-in-four-major-swing-state-cities/

    "Biden improved his margin of victory compared to Hillary in 31 out of 36 urban counties — and Philadelphia was one of the five in which he didn’t. In 29 of the cities, the Democratic margin of victory grew on a percentage basis. Of the twelve cities in which Biden overperformed Hillary by enough that his margin of victory grew by 10 percent or more (as a percentage of the 2016 electorate), only one (Atlanta) was in a swing state, and one other (Omaha) in a swing district. Biden’s improvements in Milwaukee and Detroit were distinctly subpar, and in Detroit, Trump improved his own share of the vote enough to be the first Republican to break 30 percent of the vote in Wayne County, Mich., in 32 years."

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @James O'Meara

    Using National Review as a source is almost as pathetic as that guy above you who cited New York Magazine.

    Anyone citing NR other than to mock it is a mook.

    Take Woody Allen’s advice and get William F. Buckley to run your elections.

  238. @Colin Wright
    '...Amid much shouting and jostling, a woman with a flag-motif backpack, who was identified as Ashli Babbitt, is seen from behind as she is lifted up by others in the crowd.

    She begins climbing through the open frame of one of the doors’ windows, from which the glass has been broken or removed.

    Then a loud shot rings out and Babbitt falls backward back into the crowd — apparently shot through the window from the other side, where at least four black-uniformed officers can be seen darting in and out of doorways in the distance...


    That is to say, it actually was murder this time.

    Well, we can all be thankful she wasn't black, can't we?

    Replies: @Oemiktlob, @Bert

    Definitely shot from the other side of the window opening. The shooter, in black clothing, was on the opposite side of the hallway from the victim in a doorway at least 30 feet from her. He fired an aimed shot, the smoke of which can be seen in the video. Apparently furniture had been piled in the hallway between the officers and the protesters and they were defending that barricade.

  239. @Peter Akuleyev
    @PhysicistDave

    Buckley was a Catholic. Catholic conservatives have always been allergic to nationalism, and over the long arc of history have generally been right. Without the Church as a bulwark, nationalism quickly degenerates into factionalism and demagoguery. It was nationalism that opened the door in Europe for Socialism and eventually even Muslim immigration. Because you can be any religion and still "American", "French", "British", etc. But you can only be Catholic if you are a Catholic. So I doubt you and I are going to find much common ground.

    Replies: @Peter D. Bredon, @fnn, @Matt Buckalew, @PhysicistDave

    Do you believe your own bullshit?

  240. @MEH 0910
    @Pat Hannagan


    Trump’s his own man right to the very end of his presidency.
     
    Unfortunately true. Trump won in 2016 using the Sailer Strategy, but then fell short in governing by it.

    https://twitter.com/AnnCoulter/status/1346906758162259971

    Replies: @El Dato, @Peter D. Bredon

    She blames Trump for listening to Jared, Ivanka, Miller and Mnuchin. Hmm, what do they have in common?

  241. @Bill P
    @Jack D

    Mining and operating blast furnaces are not jobs for dummies. Would you trust a guy with an 85 IQ with dynamite? Would you let him operate machines that roll 1300 degree steel at 30 mph?

    The less capable would work in certain agriculture or food processing jobs, which are now often held by immigrants. However, there are still plenty of service sector/low-end jobs for whites.

    Coal mining and steel production pay well because they require skilled labor. Those steel jobs we outsourced to Korea and China still require skilled labor. The people who got screwed worst in America are not the low IQ. They are the former middle class and their descendants.

    Maybe elites really think these people are dumb and therefore irrelevant. That just isn't true. A lot of them are quite intelligent, and that might become a problem for organizations larded with affirmative action functionaries.

    I understand that a lot of Jews used to work in factories making clothing and the like. When they were mistreated and exploited, it ended up causing a lot of problems for various governments, right? It seems that just because they operated sewing machines didn't mean they were dummies.

    Granted, these Jewish "operators" may have been more skilled in propaganda and political agitation than their contemporary American counterparts, but I'd give the latter the edge when it comes to making and breaking things. People may think that's irrelevant in this so-called information age, but that's foolish. None of the billionaires are dumb enough to believe that. They're all investing in rockets, nuclear power, electric infrastructure, etc.

    So that's the real problem we're in. This country's elite has alienated a critical segment of its population and now arrogantly calls them stupid and backward, when they are neither. It's probably a fatal mistake. I'm starting to wonder whether this republic will survive the next congress.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Joseph Doaks, @Desiderius, @Jack D, @Peter D. Bredon, @Curmudgeon

    The owners with the silk hats have always misunderstood the workers; imagining they’re dumb cattle justifies the owner’s position at the top (same with our “meritocracy” today).

    Hegel’s “master/slave dialectic” may have yielded a lot of Marxist bullshit, but it helped Marx understand that workers knew more about actual production than owners, especially the coupon clipping absentee owners.

    The “work to rule” tactic used by the anarcho-syndicalists takes off from the fact that actual work isn’t done “by the rules” and trying to do so will slow down if not stop the job; hence, without “going on strike” workers can gum things up by “just following your rules, boss”.

    This became Saul Alinsky’s rule, “Make them follow their own rules.” Republicans fall for it all the time, while Democrats riot and get what they want.

  242. What the US did in other lands has come home to roost. It failed and has come under criticism, unlike the ones in Ukraine which succeeded, and the one in Belarus which has so far failed, and yet the hooligans on the streets are lionised in the West.

    • Agree: annamaria
  243. @Peter Akuleyev
    @PhysicistDave

    Trump is primarily the candidate of low IQ people who believe the myth around him created by a reality TV show and a group of intelligent people who are completely disillusioned or simply amoral. Americans who consider pedophiles like Matt Gaetz to be a better judge of character than Mitch Romney, or think Hawley is more of a true conservative than McConnell, are Americans that have lost the thread. While you are not wrong about America's decadence in both our underclass and elite, the fact that Trump achieved the Presidency is a symptom of that disease, not a cure for it.

    Replies: @Oemiktlob, @PhysicistDave

    I typically don’t do ad hom’s but as I’ve read your posts on this thread throughout the morning I can’t help but wonder if you’re joking or serious and I fear it’s the latter.

    P.S. Mitch McConnell is a “true conservative”? Does he know this? Take PhysicistDave’s excellent and sound advice and read the Rothbard book he recommended.

  244. FWIW-the vocal Trump supporters I know include a younger, upwardly mobile guy working on commission, and recently elected to a part-time government position; two go-nowhere guys in middle and old age, the latter comfortable, the former not so much; a middling Black woman and longtime Republican.

    There’s not much obvious that links them. I’ll take a guess, which I’ve mentioned here before. They’re revolted by how regimented and suffocated their lives are by actual rules and regulations promulgated by government and its Big Business partners. They’re likewise disgusted by the wet-cardboard rhetoric that passes for political discourse, and that conceals the workings of Big Business and other power players and influencers. Trump’s wild ‘n’ crazy rhetoric offered hope to them.

  245. @MEH 0910
    @JimDandy

    Ann Coulter Retweeted:
    https://twitter.com/UPIPhotos/status/1045393181729320961

    Replies: @YetAnotherAnon, @follyofwar

    I wonder how many of those pro-abortion democrat harpies had to pay a fine or spend even one night in jail?

  246. @Anon
    Trump won 2,500+ counties. The most ever.

    Biden won 509. The least ever.

    Kinda hard to believe Trump won 74 million votes, the most of all time, but sleepy Joe Biden, who won the fewest amount of counties in electroral history, and was losing in all five swing states at midnight by over 100,000 voteseach, miraculously pulled out a win with the most votes ever (81 million), with some counties giving Biden more votes than they have voters.....


    The public knows they are being had. The Transition Integrity Project pretty much gave us a blueprint for what would happen.


    White men,
    ......if Trump is ousted, leave the military as soon as you can legally do so. Let them draft Antifa and BLM to fight China/Iran/Russia

    Replies: @Russ, @ScarletNumber, @Hapalong Cassidy, @Garliv, @Curmudgeon, @ConqueringFools

    Let them draft Antifa and BLM to fight China/Iran/Russia

    If there is any fighting with China/Iran/Russia it will be instigated by the occupied country of the USA. Iran is no threat to the unoccupied US, but an enormous threat to US occupiers. Iran, Russia and China are more interested in getting their own houses in order to be able to distance themselves from the occupied US vampire squid financial system. The same can be said for Venezuela and other countries. None of the above, except perhaps China because of its population, are in a position to challenge the US militarily in a long shooting war.
    The enemy is within. The occupation of the US is only possible because of the treason and sedition of those in positions of power.

    • Agree: annamaria
  247. @Peter Akuleyev
    @PhysicistDave

    Buckley was a Catholic. Catholic conservatives have always been allergic to nationalism, and over the long arc of history have generally been right. Without the Church as a bulwark, nationalism quickly degenerates into factionalism and demagoguery. It was nationalism that opened the door in Europe for Socialism and eventually even Muslim immigration. Because you can be any religion and still "American", "French", "British", etc. But you can only be Catholic if you are a Catholic. So I doubt you and I are going to find much common ground.

    Replies: @Peter D. Bredon, @fnn, @Matt Buckalew, @PhysicistDave

    You might remember that Franco was both a nationalist and a conservative. His bad luck that the Church stared self-destructing before he died. Today the Church is irrelevant in the West because everyone knows the RCC is now a combination racket and LGBT cult. It’s a joke to both whites and mestizos with IQs above 90. I’ve seen the same smirk coming from both Harvard grads and Nicaraguan gardeners when the Church is mentioned.

  248. @JimDandy
    Yeah.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IRnmnxVtDqg

    Replies: @MEH 0910, @Richard B, @Wally

    No surprises here:

    Journalist Describes Antifa Activists at US Capitol: https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/01/indie-journalist-tayler-hansen-describes-antifa-activists-encountered-us-capitol/

    Video Surfaces of Capitol Police Leading Protesters in Washington Into the Capitol: https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/01/going-another-video-surfaces-capitol-police-leading-protesters-washington-capitol/

    VIDEO: Capitol Police Removed Barriers and Allowed Protesters to Walk Right Into the Capitol: https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/01/video-capitol-police-removed-barriers-allowed-protesters-walk-right-capitol/

    • Replies: @JimDandy
    @Wally

    Yeah. Gavin McInnes' take is similar to my own--that a small number of Antifa lit the match at several entry points, and actual MAGA folks jumped on the wagon.

  249. @PhysicistDave
    @Anon

    Anon[240] wrote:


    The difference is that Wisconsin does not have federal powers, including nuclear weapons, that could be triggered by a President who is impetuous, and not thinking clearly. The “two-man rule” for using nuclear weapons does not apply to the President.
     
    I have, for various reasons, known a number of people who were (or more accurately would have been) involved in the launching of nuclear weapons.

    Trust me: there are more controls in place than you think. Enough that there is some question as to whether we could get them off if there really were a good reason. And, rumor is, we shared some of our control tech with the Russians back in the '70s, just to make sure they did not have a little accident.

    Replies: @Corn, @ben tillman

    I have, for various reasons, known a number of people who were (or more accurately would have been) involved in the launching of nuclear weapons.

    Trust me: there are more controls in place than you think. Enough that there is some question as to whether we could get them off if there really were a good reason. And, rumor is, we shared some of our control tech with the Russians back in the ’70s, just to make sure they did not have a little accident.

    As one would expect. And thank God for Stanislav Petrov.

  250. @Peter Akuleyev
    @PhysicistDave

    Buckley was a Catholic. Catholic conservatives have always been allergic to nationalism, and over the long arc of history have generally been right. Without the Church as a bulwark, nationalism quickly degenerates into factionalism and demagoguery. It was nationalism that opened the door in Europe for Socialism and eventually even Muslim immigration. Because you can be any religion and still "American", "French", "British", etc. But you can only be Catholic if you are a Catholic. So I doubt you and I are going to find much common ground.

    Replies: @Peter D. Bredon, @fnn, @Matt Buckalew, @PhysicistDave

    Ah yes Akuleyev the name featured so prominently on the Mayflower Compact.

    That said I bet Mayflower Moving Company had a few Akuleyevs employed before they all stole the moving trucks they were assigned to.

  251. @martin_2
    @notsaying

    I have been thinking along similar lines lately. Those wealthy liberal establishment types of white people who favoured ethnic minorities over white working people always imagined that they would be okay because they were intellectually superior and all round better people than those of immigrant stock. What they didn't realise was that some ethnic minorities, the Indians, the Chinese, were cleverer than they are and (in particular the Indians) would soon occupy many of the elite positions that wealthy educated whites thought would remain theirs in perpetuity. And ethnic minorities have their own own networks and group interests to promote. In the UK those of Indian heritage are very prominent in government now.

    This is why when I worked with them I always enjoyed telling these white liberal types how MRI scans have shown that Chinese brains are larger than white brains, and that the Chinese have higher average IQ.

    Replies: @Eric Novak, @Curmudgeon

    While it may be true that some ethnic minorities are more clever, the reality is that China and India each have populations in excess of 1 billion, and a lot of the “smart ones” leave. The combined native European population is now likely less than either of the above. There are bound to be more “smart” people in a population of 1 billion than the UK`s 65 million, regardless of whether the ethnicity itself is more clever. We are seeing that today with Africa`s population explosion. While the overall intelligence may remain the same, the population explosion has created more “smart” ones in numbers.
    The ethnic networking is the most damaging. In my work life, I dealt with situations where the ethnic minority actively worked against Whites on the job, over blowing inconsequential errors while covering massive mistakes of one of their own. In two cases, it literally drove the White person crazy. Any push back led to complaints of “racism” even to North American Indians and Blacks. It was insane, but the higher-ups gobbled it up.

  252. @notsaying
    Should Trump resign over what happened today, which he undoubtedly contributed to?

    Will he pardon anyone charged with federal crimes -- will they be charged with federal crimes or will they all be DC metro crimes? Can he pardon John Does so that people identified after he's out of office aren't charged with federal crimes?

    This has never happened before so a lot of questions come to mind.

    Replies: @Stan Adams, @Joe Stalin, @Excal, @socialschism_works, @Justsaying, @Wally, @Mick Jagger gathers no Mosque, @Kyle

    Resign for what?
    For speaking the truth?

    Besides, Trump has no control of Antifa actions.

    recommended:

    Known Antifa members posed as pro-Trump to infiltrate Capitol: https://nypost.com/2021/01/07/known-antifa-members-posed-as-pro-trump-to-infiltrate-capitol-riot-sources/

    Congressman was warned Tuesday by Capitol Police that “intelligence suggested fascist ANTIFA was going to try and infiltrate the Trump rally by dressing like Trump supporters.: https://www.al.com/news/2021/01/mo-brooks-blames-antifa-for-capitol-riots-says-he-was-warned-about-fascist-infiltration-of-rally.html

  253. @Achmed E. Newman
    @J.Ross

    Nice Rocky Horror reference. I am kicking myself still, 6 hours later, for not going to this thing and taking part in history. I had not planned ahead, and the last-minute logistics didn't work out.

    I am so proud of these people for doing something pro-active for a change. Among this huge mass of patriotic Americans, the fact that the direction of this country will not be changed via voting must have finally sunk in.

    What do you think about LOCKDOWNS now, political class?!

    #SENATE LOCKDOWNS DAILY!

    Replies: @Rufus Clyde

    How could anyone have ever thought that a degenerate real estate hustler was going to take the US in a “different direction”?

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Rufus Clyde

    Rufus, I'm not gonna look at the ground sheepishly when I write this either, but I was very excited to vote for the man and support him in other ways in '16. I knew he's a hustler and a bullshitter, but I still thought he'd get a lot more done than he did. No, I didn't think "different direction", as if he were a principled man with a plan and strategy. I just figured that, since he understands the problems with the "invade the world/invite the world" policy (both parts), he'd help America in those regards. That's all.

  254. Anonymous[776] • Disclaimer says:
    @Peter Akuleyev
    @MEH 0910

    Steve Sailer changed the course of American history.

    Unfortunately Steve’s legacy will be that he helped elect a conman and criminal who has done more to destroy the conservative cause in the last four years than the left could in forty. Trump leaves a smoking ruin of a GOP behind, a unified energized block of negro voters, international alliances in shambles, a powerful China who can’t believe their luck at how the West screwed up COVID, a massive government deficit, and an unbuilt Wall that will be a mute testament to his utter incompetence. But at least Trump and his corrupt hangers-on have pocketed hundreds of millions of dollars of donations from naive hopeful Americans who thought they had found a leader. Sadly I don’t think Steve got to share in that booty.

    Replies: @Thomasina, @bomag, @PhysicistDave, @Anatoly Karlin, @Anonymous, @That Would Be Telling

    To be fair to Steve, he never seemed to be very enthusiastic about Trump. He seemed bemused more than anything that Trump had successfully seized upon the immigration issue to win election in 2016. He never really lionized him or wrote hagiographies to him like some on the Right have. There’s always been a slight tone of condescension when Steve talks about Trump, and he seems to regard him as a comic figure. I think he finds his quirks and eccentricities and celebrity career more interesting and doesn’t really consider him to be that substantial or serious.

  255. @Anon
    Trump won 2,500+ counties. The most ever.

    Biden won 509. The least ever.

    Kinda hard to believe Trump won 74 million votes, the most of all time, but sleepy Joe Biden, who won the fewest amount of counties in electroral history, and was losing in all five swing states at midnight by over 100,000 voteseach, miraculously pulled out a win with the most votes ever (81 million), with some counties giving Biden more votes than they have voters.....


    The public knows they are being had. The Transition Integrity Project pretty much gave us a blueprint for what would happen.


    White men,
    ......if Trump is ousted, leave the military as soon as you can legally do so. Let them draft Antifa and BLM to fight China/Iran/Russia

    Replies: @Russ, @ScarletNumber, @Hapalong Cassidy, @Garliv, @Curmudgeon, @ConqueringFools

    Hahaha…..you actually are going to call it a fight? China/Russia/Iran will wipe the globe with America now and they know it. Israel was stupid for not supporting Trump to the very end. I say let Turkey flood Europe with muzzies! Hell I think I’d rather see scorched Earth immigration policies come to America. Let them all in and let the chips fall where they may!!!! The enemy of your enemy is your friend!!! Maybe it’s high time Americans side with muslims and Arabs. The Yemenese rebels could certainly teach us a thing or two about being tough and taking on a powerful enemy.

  256. @Stonewall Jackson
    LARPers Sailer? What have you actually done except blog to change the trajectory of things? Whine about how your are getting run over? Whine about being deplatformed? Write here on Unz's blog... a guy who loves demographic change... Well the sumbitch got it good and hard... Georgia has lots of cholos... I bet looking out of his navel gazing he doesn't even know that. Yup. Turned the state blue... just like his beloved cholos turned Virginia red by the minute... Amnesty is coming Unz you ccksucker...

    So keep on blogging... until they make this a hate crime... and that is coming... You gonna get off your ass then?

    Replies: @Matt Buckalew, @scrivener3, @Anonymous, @Colin Wright, @Dr. X, @MEH 0910, @Inselaffen, @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race

    He’s calling them LARPers because they weren’t there to stage a proper ‘revolution’, or even do anything directly politically effective, but just to have a kind of party of sorts; a coup as another ‘experience’ for selfies, the postmodern way (that’s all that westerners under the age of ~50ish would know, after all).

    to illustrate:

    Here’s a guy LARPing at staging a coup:
    here’s a guy staging an actual coup:

    • Replies: @Corvinus
    @Inselaffen

    "He’s calling them LARPers because they weren’t there to stage a proper ‘revolution’"

    Sort of like these guys.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E33qzW4Qvr8

    But LARPers in iSteve world is strong words for his disapproval of Trump and his merry band. You won't get him to say anything of substance on the past two days--that would mean he could no longer be cagey. Instead, he would rather offer up false equivalencies between the Madison protest and the D.C. protest.

    Replies: @Mr. Anon, @JM

  257. @Bill P
    @Jack D

    Mining and operating blast furnaces are not jobs for dummies. Would you trust a guy with an 85 IQ with dynamite? Would you let him operate machines that roll 1300 degree steel at 30 mph?

    The less capable would work in certain agriculture or food processing jobs, which are now often held by immigrants. However, there are still plenty of service sector/low-end jobs for whites.

    Coal mining and steel production pay well because they require skilled labor. Those steel jobs we outsourced to Korea and China still require skilled labor. The people who got screwed worst in America are not the low IQ. They are the former middle class and their descendants.

    Maybe elites really think these people are dumb and therefore irrelevant. That just isn't true. A lot of them are quite intelligent, and that might become a problem for organizations larded with affirmative action functionaries.

    I understand that a lot of Jews used to work in factories making clothing and the like. When they were mistreated and exploited, it ended up causing a lot of problems for various governments, right? It seems that just because they operated sewing machines didn't mean they were dummies.

    Granted, these Jewish "operators" may have been more skilled in propaganda and political agitation than their contemporary American counterparts, but I'd give the latter the edge when it comes to making and breaking things. People may think that's irrelevant in this so-called information age, but that's foolish. None of the billionaires are dumb enough to believe that. They're all investing in rockets, nuclear power, electric infrastructure, etc.

    So that's the real problem we're in. This country's elite has alienated a critical segment of its population and now arrogantly calls them stupid and backward, when they are neither. It's probably a fatal mistake. I'm starting to wonder whether this republic will survive the next congress.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Joseph Doaks, @Desiderius, @Jack D, @Peter D. Bredon, @Curmudgeon

    So that’s the real problem we’re in. This country’s elite has alienated a critical segment of its population and now arrogantly calls them stupid and backward, when they are neither.

    It goes beyond alienation. Even back in the early 1960s, high school teachers were, not so subtlety, telling students that they were barely human unless they were university educated. Made me scratch my head. My parents weren`t university educated, but seemed to know a hell of a lot more than the teachers. A neighbour was an “uneducated” one-legged prosthetist, whose hobby was designing and building superbly crafted wooden boats. The neighbourhood was full of “uneducated” people whom the snobs now refer to as “low IQ”.
    The problem is that Whites, in many countries, have been brainwashed to think many areas of meaningful work is beneath them, irrespective of the skill level needed. My parent always used to say “Somebody has to sweep the floor.” Sure, sweeping the floor isn`t going to pay the same as an electrician or accountant, but it was work that needed to be done, along with collecting garbage and other labour intensive jobs that make society work. That has opened the door for mass 3rd world immigration with the excuse that these people will do the jobs the native populations won`t. Funny, they used to do them.
    The “class war” was turned into a “race war”, and successfully destroyed the White countries that were, appealing to the illusion of becoming part of the elite. The “deplorables” are throwbacks. They see things clearly. They want to do any work to feed their families and keep a roof over their heads. They don`t care much about multiculturalism or skin colour. They may be suspicious and aloof, but will judge a person by his words and actions. They are the true conservatives, not the phonies that label themselves as conservatives.

    • Agree: Liza, Fred777, ben tillman
    • Thanks: Genrick Yagoda
  258. @Anon
    @Known Fact

    You may call them childish because they won't organize, and they won't give Congress what deserves.
    I am talking of all who voted Trump by the way.

    Just have enough resolve, go on a general strike nation-wide, refuse to take part in anything, pay any taxes, and so on, till the Supreme Court or whatever courts decides to check the huge anomalies occurred in this election.
    Then they would be forced to.

    But this won't happen; why? Childishness.

    Replies: @ConqueringFools

    No, it won’t happen because we are all debt slaves beholden to our jobs and paychecks. Truckers could single-handedly shut down this country, our government, and even the military overnight!!!! A few semis parked sideways across every major highway would grind America to a halt. But why should they? They have families to feed and bills to pay. America has spat on its working class for 30 years. The entrance to the good life nowadays is a worthless college degree. If anything should happen all the working class people and middle middle class people should move to and form like minded communities. I’d say in rural areas but even rural areas are being overrun by illegals and liberal marxists. The working class can turn the lights off in America and they should.

    • Replies: @Tony Massey
    @ConqueringFools

    Many millions of licensed CDL out there can't find a job.
    They'd all be hired the next day.
    Musical chairs, ya see?

  259. Buckley was a Catholic.

    With only one child and a habit of cruising for rough trade.

    Catholic conservatives have always been allergic to nationalism,

    Citation needed. Start with Hillaire Belloc, what did he say on the topic? Include actual references from his writings.

    Please amuse us.

    • Agree: ben tillman
  260. The 99% of Americans are ignorant of their Electoral System. They should study it , then they will realize that it has nothing to do with Democracy!

  261. @Kma815
    @notsaying

    Rich Whites have dominated America for centuries. Not that trash who desecrated the capitol this afternoon. Just correcting that for you. You're welcome.

    Replies: @Bill, @ben tillman, @cylindrical crown, @JM

    Up yours, Bolshie.

  262. Anon[173] • Disclaimer says:

    That Demshevik Pelosi is calling for Trump to be impeached. It’s all theater. There aren’t the votes for in the current Senate–she knows that because she already tried it once–and the next Senate can’t impeach him because he won’t be the current president.

    But boy, I admire the way Trump trolled her like a master. She’s been tantruming about him like a two-year old for ages. He lives rent-free in her dementia-addled snake head.

  263. @t
    Is the Capitol always the poorly secured? Or did the powers that be want there to be breach?

    Replies: @Ron Mexico, @Lost American, @ben tillman

    Good assessment t, but whatever the truth is, the NY Times and the rest of the MM will always lie.
    For 4 years the Democrat Communist party and its paid supporters like Antifa have shit on Trump and his family. Try taking that kind of abuse 24 hours a day for 4 years. I could care less anymore after what has gone on. The NY Times is led by cowards and paid by ultra rich leftist billionaires. The Times staff knows they have to spout the narrative and the Times staff truly feels superior to us common people. They would gladly exterminate us if they initiated a population control program.
    Wait till real payback comes. For 4 years decent people who work hard and want to be good citizens were degraded and cursed by the Democrats.
    I feel bad because an innocent woman was shot.
    I no longer care what happens to the leftists.
    For a leftist the ends justify the means. Hopefully Democrats will get payback.

    • Replies: @but an humble craftsman
    @Lost American

    Leftist billionaires ...

    surely you jest.

    Replies: @JM

  264. Mostly peaceful DC Police only murder one demonstrating Air Force veteran…..that we know of….

  265. @vhrm
    The NYT coverage today went out of its way to call the protesters violent. To some degree they were, but the difference from how BLM and antifa are covered was glaring.

    The only solace i take from today's ridiculous events is that, by and large, the protesters WERE "mostly peaceful".

    It's bad that they stole stuff and broke some stuff, but at least they didn't shoot or hurt anyone or set things on fire.

    But between the Georgia loss and today's incitement and the ammo that it hands the left for years to come... Trump is REALLY saddling his supporters with a lot of baggage on his way out.

    Replies: @botazefa, @Lost American, @Rogue 1, @deleter

    vhrm- try being shit on 24 hours a day for 4 years. What Trump withstood amazes me. I was in the USMC in 60s. The rifleman is shit on 24 hours a day but one understands a lot of the badness but what Trump endured…
    On the AM radio while driving today, Ben Shapiro said over and over how bad it was what these protestors did. He said “this should not happen in a democracy”. Democracy? What democracy? I have not seen a democracy in the past 4 years considering what these Democrat Communists pulled on a daily basis.

    I just don’t give a damn. Whatever bad stuff happens to the Dems and the Paul Ryan type Republicans is well deserved. These rats think they can make everyone sweat. They enjoy the hate they generate and the power they wield. I hope these Dems sweat.

    And if these Dems generate a war or send troops back to Syria I would advise young men and women not to join the military.

  266. @Peter Akuleyev
    @MEH 0910

    Steve Sailer changed the course of American history.

    Unfortunately Steve’s legacy will be that he helped elect a conman and criminal who has done more to destroy the conservative cause in the last four years than the left could in forty. Trump leaves a smoking ruin of a GOP behind, a unified energized block of negro voters, international alliances in shambles, a powerful China who can’t believe their luck at how the West screwed up COVID, a massive government deficit, and an unbuilt Wall that will be a mute testament to his utter incompetence. But at least Trump and his corrupt hangers-on have pocketed hundreds of millions of dollars of donations from naive hopeful Americans who thought they had found a leader. Sadly I don’t think Steve got to share in that booty.

    Replies: @Thomasina, @bomag, @PhysicistDave, @Anatoly Karlin, @Anonymous, @That Would Be Telling

    Trump leaves a smoking ruin of a GOP behind

    You say this like it’s a bug, not a feature. has already covered the movement that couldn’t even conserve little girls’ rooms, but once you got past the “he’s not Hillary, he won’t start a nuclear war with Russia or a hot shooting civil war in the US,” a favorite saying at the time was “You ‘conservative pundits’ still don’t get it. Trump isn’t our candidate, he’s our murder weapon, and the GOP is our victim”. Pretty sure that started as a comment on the The Conservative Treehouse AKA The Last Refuge, but they got kicked off of WordPress.com with some warning amazingly, or so they say, and comments have not yet been ported to the new site.

    And can you really say Trump did more damage to the GOPe than the GOPe itself? He accelerated it by calling out and highlighting their BS, but that was already well in progress. Do note that he also figuratively slaughtered no less than 16 GOPe would be candidates just to get the nomination; there’s a reason for that, the base was fed up with the GOPe.

    • Disagree: Corvinus
    • Replies: @WagnersFirstViolin
    @That Would Be Telling

    Agree with this. To borrow an image from the great Robert Dabney, the GOP is but the shadow cast by the progressive movement and is always seeking to catch up. The sooner it dies, and its myth of Abe Lincoln and Dems Real Rayvuss, the better. That said, a peaceful separation is the best outcome and increasingly I think the most likely. The beast is more brittle than most realize.

  267. @That Would Be Telling
    @Peter Akuleyev


    Trump leaves a smoking ruin of a GOP behind
     
    You say this like it's a bug, not a feature. @PhysicistDave has already covered the movement that couldn't even conserve little girls' rooms, but once you got past the "he's not Hillary, he won't start a nuclear war with Russia or a hot shooting civil war in the US," a favorite saying at the time was "You 'conservative pundits' still don't get it. Trump isn't our candidate, he's our murder weapon, and the GOP is our victim". Pretty sure that started as a comment on the The Conservative Treehouse AKA The Last Refuge, but they got kicked off of Wordpress.com with some warning amazingly, or so they say, and comments have not yet been ported to the new site.

    And can you really say Trump did more damage to the GOPe than the GOPe itself? He accelerated it by calling out and highlighting their BS, but that was already well in progress. Do note that he also figuratively slaughtered no less than 16 GOPe would be candidates just to get the nomination; there's a reason for that, the base was fed up with the GOPe.

    Replies: @WagnersFirstViolin

    Agree with this. To borrow an image from the great Robert Dabney, the GOP is but the shadow cast by the progressive movement and is always seeking to catch up. The sooner it dies, and its myth of Abe Lincoln and Dems Real Rayvuss, the better. That said, a peaceful separation is the best outcome and increasingly I think the most likely. The beast is more brittle than most realize.

  268. @Oemiktlob
    @Colin Wright

    "Well, we can all be thankful she wasn’t black, can’t we?"

    I get what you're saying here, Colin, but I'm not so sure the incident would have been a bad thing in the bigger scheme of things had she been black. If she had been this entire country would be in flames, literally, from coast-to-coast and all points in between. It would only accelerate where we are likely headed and from my perspective as a grandfather I sometimes catch myself wishing, hoping and praying that the whole rotten, corrupt edifice around us would collapse sooner rather than later and then maybe my 5 (so far) grandchildren would have a better shot at building the world they want to live in sooner. Seen this way it's sort of a mercy killing.

    Replies: @Carolyn Yeager

    Thanks for revealing a little about who you are–an American grandfather of five. One sure wouldn’t know it from the screen name you use. It makes a big difference to me and my enjoyment in reading and writing to other commenters here. :-)) Cheers.

    • Replies: @Oemiktlob
    @Carolyn Yeager

    You're welcome, Carolyn. The username is an acronym I chose that's easily remembered by me. My wife and I are also proud of our 7 children. Cheers to you.

    , @JM
    @Carolyn Yeager

    Lol! Most of the good pseudonyms are taken up...and many who use their real names do so because they are on a payroll and being watched -- or who otherwise have no fear at all in using them.

    Replies: @Carolyn Yeager, @Kyle

  269. @Kma815
    @notsaying

    Rich Whites have dominated America for centuries. Not that trash who desecrated the capitol this afternoon. Just correcting that for you. You're welcome.

    Replies: @Bill, @ben tillman, @cylindrical crown, @JM

    You’re just upset that Whites didn’t burn down their own neighborhoods and loot their local stores like blacks do.

  270. @notsaying
    Should Trump resign over what happened today, which he undoubtedly contributed to?

    Will he pardon anyone charged with federal crimes -- will they be charged with federal crimes or will they all be DC metro crimes? Can he pardon John Does so that people identified after he's out of office aren't charged with federal crimes?

    This has never happened before so a lot of questions come to mind.

    Replies: @Stan Adams, @Joe Stalin, @Excal, @socialschism_works, @Justsaying, @Wally, @Mick Jagger gathers no Mosque, @Kyle

    He will pardon Bill Cosby. He thinks setting black criminals free increases his popularity, the only thing, ultimately, he cares about.

  271. @Carlos22
    @Greg Kennerd

    Your so eager to live under Marxist tyranny can’t wait until they eventually come for you.

    Just like in Stalinist Russia those who thought they were in the system and protected soon found out they were treated like everyone else because they were not the elite.

    Who lives by the sword dies by it.

    Replies: @Alexandros, @Lost American

    Carlos22- agree with you.The leftists are gullible and the young indoctrinated leftists have no idea just how ignorant they are of real history.
    But they believe only what they want. Truth is irrelevant. The parents of the young leftists are usually just as ignorant. These people usually grow up in comfortable homes. They say one thing but they despise the blue collar working class- us deplorables and Obama’s left behinds.

  272. I see that Pelosi wants Trump removed via 25th amendment. I suppose I hope it’s because she narrowly won election and needs to show she’s at least a little bit crazy, just like the Squad who agreed to vote for her.

  273. Sailer finally makes it to the front page of Unz. Big day for him.

    *Defund the gov’t. Gov’t is evil.

  274. @ConqueringFools
    @Anon

    No, it won't happen because we are all debt slaves beholden to our jobs and paychecks. Truckers could single-handedly shut down this country, our government, and even the military overnight!!!! A few semis parked sideways across every major highway would grind America to a halt. But why should they? They have families to feed and bills to pay. America has spat on its working class for 30 years. The entrance to the good life nowadays is a worthless college degree. If anything should happen all the working class people and middle middle class people should move to and form like minded communities. I'd say in rural areas but even rural areas are being overrun by illegals and liberal marxists. The working class can turn the lights off in America and they should.

    Replies: @Tony Massey

    Many millions of licensed CDL out there can’t find a job.
    They’d all be hired the next day.
    Musical chairs, ya see?

  275. @MEH 0910
    @Anon

    https://twitter.com/dancohen3000/status/1347076676342185984

    Replies: @anon, @Polemos, @MEH 0910

    James Fulford:

  276. @YetAnotherAnon
    @YetAnotherAnon

    I notice also the Guardian uses "insurrection" and "insurgence". Whatever happened to "demonstrators" and "protesters"?

    Replies: @anon

    I notice also the Guardian uses “insurrection” and “insurgence”. Whatever happened to “demonstrators” and “protesters”?

    “Who? Whom?”

  277. @Richard B
    @scrivener3


    Hegel and Marx caused more human suffering than all the serial killers of modern usa and all they did was write books.
     
    Yet another Dunning-Kruger troll who thinks they understand Hegel and the Enlightement.

    Replies: @JM

    He conflates Hegel and Marx and misses the fact that the Russian-Chinese episode was a barbaric appropriation of Marx.

  278. @El Dato
    @New Dealer

    Directly underneath that article:

    Shrine of decapitated heads suggests violence against foreigners in ancient Mexico

    Did you mean genocide?


    Fifteen hundred years ago, Mexico’s Teotihuacan was a multicultural metropolis, enlivened by the diverse dress, foods, and dialects of its immigrant groups. Artifacts show the city of more than 100,000 depended on a steady stream of foreigners, who brought skilled labor and exotic goods from across Mesoamerica. But after Teotihuacan faded, during a period of upheaval and uncertainty, locals may have turned against outsiders—and archaeologists now think they’ve found the decapitated heads to prove it.
     
    Things can change quickly in human affairs.

    Replies: @Rob McX

    When it comes to sending a message about immigration restriction, nothing says it better than a pile of severed heads.

  279. @Carolyn Yeager
    @Oemiktlob

    Thanks for revealing a little about who you are--an American grandfather of five. One sure wouldn't know it from the screen name you use. It makes a big difference to me and my enjoyment in reading and writing to other commenters here. :-)) Cheers.

    Replies: @Oemiktlob, @JM

    You’re welcome, Carolyn. The username is an acronym I chose that’s easily remembered by me. My wife and I are also proud of our 7 children. Cheers to you.

  280. @Carolyn Yeager
    @Oemiktlob

    Thanks for revealing a little about who you are--an American grandfather of five. One sure wouldn't know it from the screen name you use. It makes a big difference to me and my enjoyment in reading and writing to other commenters here. :-)) Cheers.

    Replies: @Oemiktlob, @JM

    Lol! Most of the good pseudonyms are taken up…and many who use their real names do so because they are on a payroll and being watched — or who otherwise have no fear at all in using them.

    • Replies: @Carolyn Yeager
    @JM

    Disagree. No fear? For many the entire 'fear' is simply to own what they say. It's just easier not to be held personally accountable. Is that your reason? Or is your job and safety really threatened?

    Replies: @JM

    , @Kyle
    @JM

    Ron Mexico narrowly edges out Billy Shears for the best isteve pseudonym.

    Replies: @JM

  281. @Anon
    @Kronos

    It always cracks me up when idiot Boomers invoke the Founding Fathers as paragons of restraint. If it had been the Founding Fathers storming the Capital today, they would have strung up a geezer Senator (or five).

    Even better when Boomers invoke the Anglo-Saxon tradition. That would have been even more grim today. By now, there would be piles of Swamp Creature entrails on the Capital steps, and the Anglo-Saxons would be handing out fingers and ears as souvenirs to the crowd.

    As it turns out, in the Anglo-Saxon tradition, liberty is a life and death matter. Hence, "give me liberty or give me death." But this is all completely alien to the Boomer mind.

    Replies: @Kronos, @Alice in Wonderland

    Still one of best “tarred and feathered” scenes ever.

  282. Here’s an interesting perspective from behind the (former) Iron Curtain:

    Democrats’ Senate takeover is a national, global catastrophe
    – Luboš Motl

    The contemporary Democratic Party is a coalition of self-serving, whining, demagogic, malicious, dishonest, lying, unhinged creatures of various kinds that are pretty much able to do anything to gain and maintain the power. My homeland, Czechoslovakia, got similar scum in 1948 and we could only get rid of that scum 41 long years later. And I find it rather clear that the U.S. Democrats are worse (and probably much worse) than the Czechoslovak communists between 1948 and 1989.

    Along with their disgusting allies in Silicon Valley and elsewhere, they will probably make sure that sensible people won’t ever win again – and by sensible people, I mean the people who are vaguely on the same frequency with Trump or with other people who were canceled by the left-wing filth. The 2020 U.S. presidential election was self-evidently rigged but the future elections will be even more rigged.

    … The extreme leftists are destined to take over the Democratic Party. Joe Biden is an old-fashioned, somewhat more moderate, politician but he is also a demented useful idiot who will wait to be liquidated by his hardcore comrades. If they won’t be able to remove him peacefully, they may remove him violently. It is rather likely that he won’t last long before he is replaced with Harris but even Kamala doesn’t have to be the last word.

    The creatures who want the complete power over the U.S. are the likes of AOC, BLM, and similar junk.

    • Replies: @Robjil
    @Anon7


    The creatures who want the complete power over the U.S. are the likes of AOC, BLM, and similar junk.
     
    These are just puppets of Zion. Zion pulls the strings.

    When BLM tries to mention the Palestinians, a lot of screeching happens from the puppet masters.

    https://www.middleeastmonitor.com/20200629-blm-uk-accused-of-anti-semitism-after-airing-support-for-palestinians/

    This is not the first time BLM has come under fire for supporting Palestinians. In a 2019 interview with rapper, artist and Palestine activist Lowkey, Patrisse Cullors, co-founder of the US' Black Lives Matter movement revealed how funding was pulled after a BLM solidarity trip to Palestine took place and they issued a message in solidarity with the Palestinians.
     
    AOC does criticize Israel. She knows who are the puppet masters therefore she is careful to toe the line. Her political and publishing skills were developed from her experience with two Israeli led companies in NYC. Thus, she may have more ties to Israel than it seems to us.

    https://www.timesofisrael.com/2-israeli-startup-entrepreneurs-played-roles-in-rise-of-alexandria-ocasio-cortez/

    Ocasio-Cortez may have gained some early political experience as well while working at the incubator owned by the two Israelis. In August 2012, she, owner Cheni Yerushalmi and a few other incubator participants lobbied for federal legislation that would allow Bronx entrepreneurs to deduct a higher percentage of their startup costs from their taxes.
     

    Ocasio-Cortez not only developed her publishing company while at the incubator, but also worked as a curriculum developer for a related company called GAGEis, Inc. or Gage Strategies, also run by Cheni Yerushalmi, according to multiple public sources. Online photos of GAGEis activities show lectures that took place at the Sunshine Bronx incubator.
     

    Replies: @Anon7

  283. @Peter Akuleyev
    @PhysicistDave

    The problem yesterday is that the “protestors” don’t stand for anything other than protecting Trump’s pride. Trump lost the election badly and humiliatingly, by 7 million votes to a weak has-been. Americans hate Trump’s guts and want him gone. But Trump is an aging diva who can’t leave the stage without making a scene. Why any “patriot” would willingly associate themselves with yesterday’s degradation is the question.

    Replies: @PhysicistDave, @Garliv, @bomag, @Authenticjazzman, @anon, @EugeneGur

    Americans hate Trump’s guts and want him gone.

    Well, there are Americans and then there are Americans. Many like Trump – at the very least, the like him a lot more than they like Biden – and don’t want him gone. That’s the problem.

    Trump lost the election badly and humiliatingly

    This is debatable. Many facts as well as the overall behavior by the media and the establishment strongly suggest otherwise.

    Why any “patriot” would willingly associate themselves with yesterday’s degradation is the question.

    Perhaps, they prefer it to the day before yesterday’s degradation. Or to tomorrow’s degradation, which might be a hell of a lot worse. Ever thought of that?

  284. And in more news you won’t see in The Slimes

  285. @Inselaffen
    @Stonewall Jackson

    He's calling them LARPers because they weren't there to stage a proper 'revolution', or even do anything directly politically effective, but just to have a kind of party of sorts; a coup as another 'experience' for selfies, the postmodern way (that's all that westerners under the age of ~50ish would know, after all).

    to illustrate:

    Here's a guy LARPing at staging a coup:
    https://i.ytimg.com/vi/7FqUe_wg7_o/hqdefault.jpg

    here's a guy staging an actual coup:
    https://i.imgur.com/qzBxG.jpg

    Replies: @Corvinus

    “He’s calling them LARPers because they weren’t there to stage a proper ‘revolution’”

    Sort of like these guys.

    But LARPers in iSteve world is strong words for his disapproval of Trump and his merry band. You won’t get him to say anything of substance on the past two days–that would mean he could no longer be cagey. Instead, he would rather offer up false equivalencies between the Madison protest and the D.C. protest.

    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
    @Corvinus


    Instead, he would rather offer up false equivalencies between the Madison protest and the D.C. protest.
     
    There is no false equivalency between them, idiot. It's perfectly valid to compare the two incidents - and the response of liberals to them.

    And does your vocabulary include any words besides "cagey"? Honestly, you sound like a retard.

    Oh - I forgot - you ARE a retard.
    , @JM
    @Corvinus

    Damned LARPers. How good were they!

  286. I’m sure this is probably nothing:

    Why Was Founder Of Far-Left BLM Group Filming Inside Capitol As Police Shot Protester?

    https://www.zerohedge.com/political/why-was-founder-far-left-blm-group-filming-inside-capitol-police-shot-protester

  287. @Kma815
    @notsaying

    Rich Whites have dominated America for centuries. Not that trash who desecrated the capitol this afternoon. Just correcting that for you. You're welcome.

    Replies: @Bill, @ben tillman, @cylindrical crown, @JM

    ‘Whites have dominated America for centuries.’

    Yes indeed. That’s why America was made great.

  288. @Canadian Observer
    Trump is set up very nicely for a 2024 win. It will be open season on white men for the next four years. They can’t help themselves.

    Think there will be any call for dialogue with the other side? I doubt it. For instance, that Jewish Senator from New York just called every single one of them “domestic terrorists”.

    Replies: @tyrone, @Nancy Pelosi's Latina Maid

    Trump is set up very nicely for a 2024 win.

    That’s hilarious. So you’re confident neither D.C. nor Puerto Rico will become states, to ensure Democrat victories for the rest of our lives?

    Or that immigration won’t continue unchecked, to ensure Democrat victories for the rest of our lives?

    Or that future elections WON’T be based on whatever amount of fraud is necessary to ensure Democrat victories for the rest of our lives?

    Or that all of Big Tech, Big Pharma, Big Jew, Big Media, Big Biz, academia and Wall Street won’t be in unholy alliance to ensure Democrat victories for the rest of our lives?

    Whatever makes you think the next four years are going to be more honest than the last four years?

    Forget it, Johnny. It’s over.

    • Agree: JM
  289. • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @Anonymous

    Thanks.

  290. @Corvinus
    @Inselaffen

    "He’s calling them LARPers because they weren’t there to stage a proper ‘revolution’"

    Sort of like these guys.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E33qzW4Qvr8

    But LARPers in iSteve world is strong words for his disapproval of Trump and his merry band. You won't get him to say anything of substance on the past two days--that would mean he could no longer be cagey. Instead, he would rather offer up false equivalencies between the Madison protest and the D.C. protest.

    Replies: @Mr. Anon, @JM

    Instead, he would rather offer up false equivalencies between the Madison protest and the D.C. protest.

    There is no false equivalency between them, idiot. It’s perfectly valid to compare the two incidents – and the response of liberals to them.

    And does your vocabulary include any words besides “cagey”? Honestly, you sound like a retard.

    Oh – I forgot – you ARE a retard.

  291. I am over it. I condemn the USA to the fate she deserves. A failed country, may she perish into oblivion and all her “exceptional” people with her. I understand fully the wrath of her many enemies.

  292. Sailer, you’re pissant. A perennial fence sitter. For all intents and purposes you are anti-White.

  293. @JM
    @Carolyn Yeager

    Lol! Most of the good pseudonyms are taken up...and many who use their real names do so because they are on a payroll and being watched -- or who otherwise have no fear at all in using them.

    Replies: @Carolyn Yeager, @Kyle

    Disagree. No fear? For many the entire ‘fear’ is simply to own what they say. It’s just easier not to be held personally accountable. Is that your reason? Or is your job and safety really threatened?

    • Replies: @JM
    @Carolyn Yeager

    Jobs and safety - including of relatives - are often threatened. I know what your argument is, but this demand is also often used by state operatives or their narks. 'Doxing' is one manifestation of it.

    Replies: @Carolyn Yeager

  294. The Power’s message to Trump is, “It doesn’t matter if the election was stolen or not stolen. We can’t have someone like you as president. And it doesn’t matter if all those deplorables support you. They have no say inside the beltway, the domain of the Deep State. We don’t want you here, and that’s that.”

    If Trump wanted to use people power, he had to use it all the way, like when Mao told the youths to BOMBARD THE HEADQUARTERS. Otherwise, it’s all an elite game.

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

  295. @Greg Kennerd
    You want a war you got one

    We are powerful you are weak

    We are diverse you are homogenous

    We will win and you WILL PAY

    You are in a for a rude awakening. We will remember this terrorism and evil

    Blood is on your hands and we will ban guns take down statues deplatform you

    This site will not exist in a few months and that is a good thing

    Goodbye white supremacist facscist terrotists

    Replies: @Bubba, @notsaying, @Reg Cæsar, @tyrone, @Eric Novak, @fish, @annamaria, @Carlos22, @Buck Ransom, @bunky

    Is that you, Kamala?

  296. @Greg Kennerd
    You want a war you got one

    We are powerful you are weak

    We are diverse you are homogenous

    We will win and you WILL PAY

    You are in a for a rude awakening. We will remember this terrorism and evil

    Blood is on your hands and we will ban guns take down statues deplatform you

    This site will not exist in a few months and that is a good thing

    Goodbye white supremacist facscist terrotists

    Replies: @Bubba, @notsaying, @Reg Cæsar, @tyrone, @Eric Novak, @fish, @annamaria, @Carlos22, @Buck Ransom, @bunky

    So scary … yawn.

  297. @Spud Boy
    Trump term riot count:

    Right wing: 2

    Left wing: 758

    Replies: @Rob McX, @Ancient Briton

    Subtract 2 from RW, add to LW.

  298. @Anonymous
    https://twitter.com/kenvogel/status/1347259278818762752

    Replies: @Steve Sailer

    Thanks.

  299. @Corvinus
    @Inselaffen

    "He’s calling them LARPers because they weren’t there to stage a proper ‘revolution’"

    Sort of like these guys.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E33qzW4Qvr8

    But LARPers in iSteve world is strong words for his disapproval of Trump and his merry band. You won't get him to say anything of substance on the past two days--that would mean he could no longer be cagey. Instead, he would rather offer up false equivalencies between the Madison protest and the D.C. protest.

    Replies: @Mr. Anon, @JM

    Damned LARPers. How good were they!

  300. @Wally
    @JimDandy

    No surprises here:

    Journalist Describes Antifa Activists at US Capitol: https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/01/indie-journalist-tayler-hansen-describes-antifa-activists-encountered-us-capitol/

    Video Surfaces of Capitol Police Leading Protesters in Washington Into the Capitol: https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/01/going-another-video-surfaces-capitol-police-leading-protesters-washington-capitol/

    VIDEO: Capitol Police Removed Barriers and Allowed Protesters to Walk Right Into the Capitol: https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/01/video-capitol-police-removed-barriers-allowed-protesters-walk-right-capitol/

    Replies: @JimDandy

    Yeah. Gavin McInnes’ take is similar to my own–that a small number of Antifa lit the match at several entry points, and actual MAGA folks jumped on the wagon.

  301. @Susie Q
    This was a staged media event.

    I am watching the footage of this so called " attack" on the Capitol.

    When someone breaks a glass window does it shatter? Or does it flap in the wind?

    This is Hollywood stunt glass.

    Have any of you ever seen glass flap in the wind??

    It suggests advanced planning on the part of the corporate elites.

    All 100 US Senators should go to prison for this.

    Replies: @Tony Massey

    Susie, i can’t believe I’m bothering, but I’m worried you may potentially be a future ally.
    All the Hollywood glass I’ve ever seen breaks into many pieces when it’s struck over the human head.
    Theirs a glass plant near-by. They seem to be doing very well. I have a friend that puts many long hours in there.
    The windows in my apartment are tempered glass. I doubt i could bust them out with a hammer in 5 minutes. Glass isn’t suppose to shatter. Unless it’s Chinese made prolly.
    It was not an attack on the Capitol.
    It was staged. Weeks in advance. By Trump supporters. Did you not hear?It seems our corp leaders were busy doing something else.
    Don’t ya think it’s more likely that what went down was, moment to moment,fluid and not really unpredictable.
    She was a white woman. Not an addict. Not a felon. Not a co-conspirator. She was just…acting foolishly and she took one to the Artery.
    I think we should think more of her loss than we do about any conspiracies.
    Why can’t our side conspire? Do you need authority and credentials to form up a plan?
    I wish you would reconsider.
    The horrible tragedy is a White woman died for absolutely no provocation.
    Have it your way.
    It doesn’t help.

  302. @Carolyn Yeager
    @JM

    Disagree. No fear? For many the entire 'fear' is simply to own what they say. It's just easier not to be held personally accountable. Is that your reason? Or is your job and safety really threatened?

    Replies: @JM

    Jobs and safety – including of relatives – are often threatened. I know what your argument is, but this demand is also often used by state operatives or their narks. ‘Doxing’ is one manifestation of it.

    • Replies: @Carolyn Yeager
    @JM


    I know what your argument is
     
    And I yours. Yours does not apply in all cases. Where it doesn't, it encourages cowardice and hypocrisy.
  303. @Thomas
    @anon

    It is sad. And I agree with you on the likely official reaction. They will basically slander this woman and everyone with her as "terrorists," and sweep her killing under a rug. The killer will never face any accountability whatsoever, and will be protected by the system. And no, there will be no criminal reaction by MAGA, the way there would be over any of the many black degenerates who have caused cities to burn over the last year.

    Still, for all of that, I'm not quite as pessimistic as you are about the outcome. If there was anything to be gained out of today, it's the fight for white normie mindshare. Three-and-a-half years ago in Charlottesville, it was easy to defame everyone involved as Nazis. (The seed of Joe Biden's Presidential campaign was built on this lie.) The people out in DC today were mostly normal, civnat MAGA patriots. The ones who went into the Capitol were doing nothing that leftists haven't done many times in the past several years. (See: https://www.foxnews.com/politics/kavanaugh-protesters-flood-grassleys-office-ahead-of-hearing-weve-got-some-things-to-talk-about) And this woman, a comely, 14-year Air Force veteran, will be difficult to slander as a Nazi.

    And she was killed for her trouble, by a cop, for going into a building her tax dollars paid for. Those facts, and much else that is going on right now and over the past year, are going to help break the civnat spell normie is under, little by little. Just in the past week, you can see folks on /ourside/ getting a lot more physical with police (and vice-versa). #backtheblue is starting to fray. If there is any hope, it lies in working gradually to convert these sorts of normie, civnat, MAGA types from conservatives, who believe they still have an America to preserve, into revolutionaries, who realize that it's time to start working on what comes after America.

    Replies: @CCZ, @PhysicistDave, @annamaria, @Bill Jones

    And she was killed for her trouble, by a cop, for going into a building her tax dollars paid for.

    She was a tax-eater not a tax payer.

  304. @Anon
    @Danindc


    It is a shame about that young girl though. Tragic. Were the police fired upon or threatened? Didn’t look like it. Ugh.
     
    Apparently she was middle aged. She was shot while trying to breach a the broken upper glass part of a door. I'm not sure the cops on the other side could tell she was a woman.

    https://twitter.com/Angry_Staffer/status/1346978931539374081

    https://twitter.com/BigDumbSwede/status/1346958570433228800

    Replies: @anonymous, @Corvinus

    Looks like a Capitol cop died at the hands of the Trump rioters.

    • Troll: Tony Massey
    • Replies: @Wilkey
    @Corvinus

    A 15 word tweet, and your 13 word summary can’t even get it right.

    The tweet doesn’t say what you say it says. He could have died of a heart attack. He could have died on his way home from work. And it sure as hell doesn’t tell us that it was directly of even indirectly caused by Trump protestors.

    The last I heard there were four deaths attributed to the protests. One was the unarmed protestor we know was shot by the cop - Say, have they released his name yet? Do we know where he lives? Do we know who his wife is and where his kids go to school? The way we do with all the other officers in police-involved killings?

    Two others were due to “medical incidents” which happened during the protests, and another was away from the Capitol after the protests, but for some reasons still not known are being attributed to them. It’s amazing it’s taking so long for them to get all of this information out to us. It’s almost like they want to run up the death toll and blame Trump protestors for a lot more than they did.

    Replies: @Corvinus

  305. I’m very familiar with the Madison Capitol protests. There were daily protests where people would convene and sing, chant, scream, harass officers, etc. This went on for months and months, every day… These same people never took a day off when President Trump was elected, by staging protests, posting non-stop online about whatever was drummed up that day by the leadership. Now, they want to demonize people who for one day protested at the Capitol Building in D.C… the hypocrisy is astounding, but it always is with these people.

    On the news they breathlessly talk about how bad this was… really! They must have missed the prior 10 months as riots consumed every major city, billions done in damages, cops being killed every week, business closing for good after being ransacked… Yet a protest over about 12 hours with a few windows broken, is unfathomable to them… How can anyone watch the nightly news anymore with a straight face??

    • Thanks: PhysicistDave, JM
  306. anonymous[144] • Disclaimer says:

    The Cop died at the hands of Antifa. You can see in the pictures that they infiltrated the Trump people, moved to the forefront, and started the assault on the Capitol. The French have a word for it. With their long experience of demonstrations and riots, they call the subversive element that appears in these situations, the “casseurs.” Put it at the doorstep of Pelosi and Schumer and tell them to get on their knees.

  307. I disagree this was a LARP. Millions believe their vote was stolen and the Democrats openly say they are going to ram through their agenda. What did anybody think would happen? What the people have witnessed is a coup d’etat against President Trump and the coup continues with the Democrats/Never Trumpers trying to invoke the 25th Amendment against him. The presstitutes and the establishment condemn what happened in the Capitol on January 6, 2020. But what happened is the consequence of the powder keg created by the establishment itself (media, big tech, academia, big labor, banking-finance, government – the co-opted institutions) who have suppressed the Deplorables’ voices. January 6, 2020 could be compared to Bastille Day. It may be remembered as the first day of the Second American Revolution. The establishment acts like Louis XVI when the sans culottes stormed the Bastille. The Deplorables are the modern day sans culottes. Why should Trump backers support a lie? Why should they be sorry about what happened after all that happened between March-November 2020? No one else was going to do anything – especially not their alleged Republican representatives (with a few exceptions). Biden acts like George III by calling it an insurrection and the establishments acts indignant about a rebellion of their creation. The Deplorables have suffered under years of financial repression and thought control, the wasting of their patrimony on foreign intervention while seeing their liberties constantly being eroded by the establishment and their leftist allies. The establishment does not see their own rot. They are corporatists. The Republicans are delusional that the Republican voters will ever come back to them or that we will ever have an honest national election again. Trying to rally MAGA to the Republican establishment is not going to happen especially when they did not help Trump after the last four years. Moreover, the alleged MAGA challenge of 2022 will be beaten down because the establishment controls the political strings of the party (look at what happened to Taft in 1940 and in 1952 or the lack of support for Goldwater in 1964). Republicans are finished as a party. The fraud against Trump and the Deplorables has been going on for four years and culminated with the 2020 election. For four years there were several coup attempts against President Trump: Count 1 for Russiagate and Steele Dossier: Storzck, Page, Comey, Ohr, Brennan. Amazingly Storzck an avowed anti-Trumper self-approved the use of the dossier against Trump! This is incredibly criminal. Count 2 for Muller investigation: McCabe, Rosenstein, Yates. They pushed through with the Muller investigation well-knowing that the Steele Dossier was false. Count 3 for Ukrainegate:: Schiff, Kislyak, Ciaramella, Atkinson. This was a scam by Schiff to create the complaint, then send it to the NSA, and then have the complaint sent back to him. Count 4 Biden, Obama, Clinton – It has been their subterfuge all along. It was called Crossfire Hurricane. They were complicit from the beginning. Hillary was red handed guilty! Abiden and her pervert husband Weiner made it undeniable. These indictments do not include the electoral fraud which was real. There is evidence that was ignored by the complicit corporatist war-mongering media. For example in 2020 there were at least 1.8 million of these “ghost voters” spread across more than 350 counties in 29 states. In eight states the number of registered voters actually exceeded 100% of eligible voting-age citizens in the state. The Navarro Report shows major anomalies in Arizona, Georgia, Wisconsin, etc. For example, Wayne County, Michigan, where the Dominion Voting Systems equipment was used, 46 out of 47 precincts in the county displayed greater than a 96% voter turnout. Twenty five of those precincts showed a 100% voter turnout. In Arizona, ballots continued 10 days after the election and signatures did not even match. In Georgia, 96,000 absentee ballots were requested and counted but were never recorded as having been returned to the county election board. In Pennsylvania the Postal Service backdated ballots. We all know the Pennsylvania Legislature expanded the use of absentee voting in ways that the state’s constitution explicitly did not allow. There were irregularities. this is irrefutable and should have been investigated. Yet, this was the coup. The FBI and DOJ along with the corporate media are so co-opted they cannot even be relied upon to do their due diligence. In Orwellian fashion they will now repress freedom of speech and thought, while using entrapment to silence freedom loving people. This is a tragedy of epic proportions. The political establishment talks about democracy and upholding the Constitution, but the Democrats shredded the Constitution the day Trump was elected. Trump is somehow the culprit when he was the victim. More will come as the Senate and House with the corpse of old Alzheimer’s callously shove their agenda down the throat of half of the country who sees their hold on power as entirely illegitimate. If one looks at history, Bastille day was in July 1789. Louis XVI did not lose his head until January 1793 and it was only then that things started to heat up.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @WLM

    Paragraph breaks are a good thing.

    Replies: @Parsnipitous, @JM, @Wizard of Oz, @WLMIV

    , @JM
    @WLM

    'The Deplorables are the modern day sans culottes."

    I like that! A great historical analogy.

    America will transition (is transitioning) out of relatively peaceful political methods into more violent ones, but because it is a transition, people from both sides of the increasingly sharp political divide either tactically feign horror or are genuinely horrified.

    I fear that one day this will not be the case and people will accept the methods of the new stage as quite normal, though even here, leaps will occur, so that we may well also see a repetition of the kind of event that gave rise to the remark of Guizot on the English Revolution that ‘when the time came for drawing the sword, all were astonished and deeply moved...’

    Replies: @WLMIV

  308. @Temporary Insanity
    They knew protesters were coming and for that reason they had moved back Capitol police to allow some of them run riot so it can be shown that it was all Trump's doing to get their way in the coming administration. And what's their way? It's statehood for Washington D.C. and Puerto Rico, guaranteeing four more Democrat senators (a black and a Jew from D.C. and two conversos from the island, a la Sonia Sonia Sotomayor) and total of thirteen (nice number from kabbalah) justices for the Supreme Court, destruction of Iran, reparations for blacks (money will end up in Jewish pockets), more money for Israel, more of holocaust museums throughout the world and transfer of the hegemonic power to China. In other words, total destruction of White Christian America!

    Replies: @jsm

    t’s statehood for Washington D.C. and Puerto Rico, guaranteeing four more Democrat senators (a black and a Jew from D.C. and two conversos from the island, a la Sonia Sonia Sotomayor) and total of thirteen (nice number from kabbalah) justices for the Supreme Court,

    Why bother? They don’t need all these shenanigans to win. They can just ballot-box stuff and create votes with voting machines. Since they stole successfully this time, they know they can and will do it from now on. They have no REASON to try to even pretend to be fighting a fair fight, anymore.

  309. @notsaying
    Should Trump resign over what happened today, which he undoubtedly contributed to?

    Will he pardon anyone charged with federal crimes -- will they be charged with federal crimes or will they all be DC metro crimes? Can he pardon John Does so that people identified after he's out of office aren't charged with federal crimes?

    This has never happened before so a lot of questions come to mind.

    Replies: @Stan Adams, @Joe Stalin, @Excal, @socialschism_works, @Justsaying, @Wally, @Mick Jagger gathers no Mosque, @Kyle

    The people who committed crimes must face a jury of their peers.

  310. I disagree this was a LARP. Millions believe their vote was stolen and the Democrats openly say they are going to ram through their agenda. What did anybody think would happen? What the people have witnessed is a coup d’etat against President Trump and the coup continues with the Democrats/Never Trumpers trying to invoke the 25th Amendment against him. The presstitutes and the establishment condemn what happened in the Capitol on January 6, 2020. But what happened is the consequence of the powder keg created by the establishment itself (media, big tech, academia, big labor, banking-finance, government – the co-opted institutions) who have suppressed the Deplorables’ voices. January 6, 2020 could be compared to Bastille Day. It may be remembered as the first day of the Second American Revolution. The establishment acts like Louis XVI when the sans culottes stormed the Bastille. The Deplorables are the modern day sans culottes. Why should Trump backers support a lie? Why should they be sorry about what happened after all that happened between March-November 2020? No one else was going to do anything – especially not their alleged Republican representatives (with a few exceptions). Biden acts like George III by calling it an insurrection and the establishments acts indignant about a rebellion of their creation. The Deplorables have suffered under years of financial repression and thought control, the wasting of their patrimony on foreign intervention while seeing their liberties constantly being eroded by the establishment and their leftist allies. The establishment does not see their own rot. They are corporatists. The Republicans are delusional that the Republican voters will ever come back to them or that we will ever have an honest national election again. Trying to rally MAGA to the Republican establishment is not going to happen especially when they did not help Trump after the last four years. Moreover, the alleged MAGA challenge of 2022 will be beaten down because the establishment controls the political strings of the party (look at what happened to Taft in 1940 and in 1952 or the lack of support for Goldwater in 1964). Republicans are finished as a party. The fraud against Trump and the Deplorables has been going on for four years and culminated with the 2020 election. For four years there were several coup attempts against President Trump: Count 1 for Russiagate and Steele Dossier: Storzck, Page, Comey, Ohr, Brennan. Amazingly Storzck an avowed anti-Trumper self-approved the use of the dossier against Trump! This is incredibly criminal. Count 2 for Muller investigation: McCabe, Rosenstein, Yates. They pushed through with the Muller investigation well-knowing that the Steele Dossier was false. Count 3 for Ukrainegate:: Schiff, Kislyak, Ciaramella, Atkinson. This was a scam by Schiff to create the complaint, then send it to the NSA, and then have the complaint sent back to him. Count 4 Biden, Obama, Clinton – It has been their subterfuge all along. It was called Crossfire Hurricane. They were complicit from the beginning. Hillary was red handed guilty! Abiden and her pervert husband Weiner made it undeniable. These indictments do not include the electoral fraud which was real. There is evidence that was ignored by the complicit corporatist war-mongering media. For example in 2020 there were at least 1.8 million of these “ghost voters” spread across more than 350 counties in 29 states. In eight states the number of registered voters actually exceeded 100% of eligible voting-age citizens in the state. The Navarro Report shows major anomalies in Arizona, Georgia, Wisconsin, etc. For example, Wayne County, Michigan, where the Dominion Voting Systems equipment was used, 46 out of 47 precincts in the county displayed greater than a 96% voter turnout. Twenty five of those precincts showed a 100% voter turnout. In Arizona, ballots continued 10 days after the election and signatures did not even match. In Georgia, 96,000 absentee ballots were requested and counted but were never recorded as having been returned to the county election board. In Pennsylvania the Postal Service backdated ballots. We all know the Pennsylvania Legislature expanded the use of absentee voting in ways that the state’s constitution explicitly did not allow. There were irregularities. This is irrefutable and should have been investigated. Yet, what we have seen is a four year ongoing coup. It is no wonder the powder keg exploded. The FBI and DOJ along with the corporate media are so co-opted they cannot even be relied upon to do their due diligence. In Orwellian fashion they will now repress freedom of speech and thought, while using entrapment to silence freedom loving people. This is a tragedy of epic proportions. The political establishment talks about democracy and upholding the Constitution, but the Democrats shredded the Constitution the day Trump was elected (even before). Trump is somehow the culprit when he was the victim. More resistance will come as the Senate and House along with the corpse of old Alzheimer’s callously shove their agenda down the throat of half of the country who sees the Democrats hold on power entirely illegitimate. If one looks at history, Bastille day was in July 1789. Louis XVI did not lose his head until January 1793 and it was only then that things started to heat up.

    • Replies: @Too Long Didn't Read
    @WLM

    Paragraph breaks are good.

  311. @Getaclue
    @Peter Akuleyev

    Are you that clueless or just a lying Leftist?

    Replies: @anonymous

    He is an agent of subversion, like Judas Iscariot. It is his job.

  312. @JM
    @Carolyn Yeager

    Lol! Most of the good pseudonyms are taken up...and many who use their real names do so because they are on a payroll and being watched -- or who otherwise have no fear at all in using them.

    Replies: @Carolyn Yeager, @Kyle

    Ron Mexico narrowly edges out Billy Shears for the best isteve pseudonym.

    • Replies: @JM
    @Kyle

    Hhahahahahahahhahah! Bloody hilarious.

    Funny part is that I have another pseudonym that I adopted in a hurry because my - long held - choice was "already taken" (or some such) and am now stuck with what exactly conforms to your assertion.

    This strong woman makes a totally valid point, held I am sure, with the greatest integrity, but for most it's a denial of current power relationships.

  313. I disagree this was a LARP. Millions believe their vote was stolen and the Democrats openly say they are going to ram through their agenda. What did anybody think would happen? What the people have witnessed is a coup d’etat against President Trump and the coup continues with the Democrats/Never Trumpers trying to invoke the 25th Amendment against him. The presstitutes and the establishment condemn what happened in the Capitol on January 6, 2020. But what happened is the consequence of the powder keg created by the establishment itself (media, big tech, academia, big labor, banking-finance, government – the co-opted institutions) who have suppressed the Deplorables’ voices. January 6, 2020 could be compared to Bastille Day. It may be remembered as the first day of the Second American Revolution. The establishment acts like Louis XVI when the sans culottes stormed the Bastille. The Deplorables are the modern day sans culottes. Why should Trump backers support a lie? Why should they be sorry about what happened after all that happened between March-November 2020? No one else was going to do anything – especially not their alleged Republican representatives (with a few exceptions). Biden acts like George III by calling it an insurrection and the establishments acts indignant about a rebellion of their creation. The Deplorables have suffered under years of financial repression and thought control, the wasting of their patrimony on foreign intervention while seeing their liberties constantly being eroded by the establishment and their leftist allies. The establishment does not see their own rot. They are corporatists. The Republicans are delusional that the Republican voters will ever come back to them or that we will ever have an honest national election again. Trying to rally MAGA to the Republican establishment is not going to happen especially when they did not help Trump after the last four years. Moreover, the alleged MAGA challenge of 2022 will be beaten down because the establishment controls the political strings of the party (look at what happened to Taft in 1940 and in 1952 or the lack of support for Goldwater in 1964). Republicans are finished as a party. The fraud against Trump and the Deplorables has been going on for four years and culminated with the 2020 election. For four years there were several coup attempts against President Trump: Count 1 for Russiagate and Steele Dossier: Storzck, Page, Comey, Ohr, Brennan. Amazingly Storzck an avowed anti-Trumper self-approved the use of the dossier against Trump! This is incredibly criminal. Count 2 for Muller investigation: McCabe, Rosenstein, Yates. They pushed through with the Muller investigation well-knowing that the Steele Dossier was false. Count 3 for Ukrainegate:: Schiff, Kislyak, Ciaramella, Atkinson. This was a scam by Schiff to create the complaint, then send it to the NSA, and then have the complaint sent back to him. Count 4 Biden, Obama, Clinton – It has been their subterfuge all along. It was called Crossfire Hurricane. They were complicit from the beginning. Hillary was red handed guilty! Abiden and her pervert husband Weiner made it undeniable. These indictments do not include the electoral fraud which was real. There is evidence that was ignored by the complicit corporatist war-mongering media. For example in 2020 there were at least 1.8 million of these “ghost voters” spread across more than 350 counties in 29 states. In eight states the number of registered voters actually exceeded 100% of eligible voting-age citizens in the state. The Navarro Report shows major anomalies in Arizona, Georgia, Wisconsin, etc. For example, Wayne County, Michigan, where the Dominion Voting Systems equipment was used, 46 out of 47 precincts in the county displayed greater than a 96% voter turnout. Twenty five of those precincts showed a 100% voter turnout. In Arizona, ballots continued 10 days after the election and signatures did not even match. In Georgia, 96,000 absentee ballots were requested and counted but were never recorded as having been returned to the county election board. In Pennsylvania the Postal Service backdated ballots. We all know the Pennsylvania Legislature expanded the use of absentee voting in ways that the state’s constitution explicitly did not allow. There were irregularities. This is irrefutable and should have been investigated. Yet, what we have seen is a four year ongoing coup. It is no wonder the powder keg exploded. The FBI and DOJ along with the corporate media are so co-opted they cannot even be relied upon to do their due diligence. In Orwellian fashion they will now repress freedom of speech and thought, while using entrapment to silence freedom loving people. This is a tragedy of epic proportions. The political establishment talks about democracy and upholding the Constitution, but the Democrats shredded the Constitution the day Trump was elected (even before). Trump was by far not perfect. He had too many Neocons in his administration, he failed to live up to many promises, and he was an inflationist which is problematical – not to say it won’t get worse. Yet, he is the culprit when he was the victim. It is nearly inconceivable how many people within the government and his own administration continuously attempted to sabotage his administration. He should have been wiser to this score. One can only wonder what his presidency would have been had our Constitution been upheld. More resistance will come as the Senate and House, along with the walking corpse of old Alzheimers, callously shove their agenda down the throat of half of the country who sees the Democrat hold on power as entirely illegitimate. If one looks at history, Bastille day was in July 1789. Louis XVI did not lose his head until January 1793 and it was only then that things started to heat up.

  314. @Reg Cæsar
    @PhysicistDave


    But the Left does not think like this: the Left hates human beings as they now exist, and they have for centuries.
     
    They went through their Marx period, but have found more success, and more comfort, in their Gramscian era. (I must confess I am a Gramscian, too, but in the opposite direction: recapture the culture.)

    One place we can start is by applying Critical Race Theory to our now-alien capital. The city is named for a slave owner, and its district for some genocidal maniac. How is this appropriate for the home of the Holocaust Museum? If it's not good enough for a San Francisco elementary school-- or was it Oakland?-- how can it suffice for the imperial capital of the diverse New America?

    What are good new names for the enemy territory? How about the city of Mansa Musa, claimed to be twice as rich as Jeff Besos? The District of Chaka Zulu?

    It would be difficult to persuade Americans to make such an entity a state. But clearly, no new state can keep Washington and Columbus as eponyms.

    Also, a pugnacious African name on the soon-to-be-white-majority District would be hilarious. Think of the property values!

    Oh, and let's put Chief Seattle's countenance on his state's flag:


    https://portlandflag.files.wordpress.com/2017/05/chief-seattle.jpg?w=479

    https://images.fineartamerica.com/images/artworkimages/mediumlarge/1/washington-state-flag-panties-bigalbaloo-stock.jpg

    Replies: @ebear

    “What are good new names for the enemy territory?”

    Nueva Jerusalem.

  315. @Rufus Clyde
    @Achmed E. Newman

    How could anyone have ever thought that a degenerate real estate hustler was going to take the US in a "different direction"?

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    Rufus, I’m not gonna look at the ground sheepishly when I write this either, but I was very excited to vote for the man and support him in other ways in ’16. I knew he’s a hustler and a bullshitter, but I still thought he’d get a lot more done than he did. No, I didn’t think “different direction”, as if he were a principled man with a plan and strategy. I just figured that, since he understands the problems with the “invade the world/invite the world” policy (both parts), he’d help America in those regards. That’s all.

  316. @vhrm
    The NYT coverage today went out of its way to call the protesters violent. To some degree they were, but the difference from how BLM and antifa are covered was glaring.

    The only solace i take from today's ridiculous events is that, by and large, the protesters WERE "mostly peaceful".

    It's bad that they stole stuff and broke some stuff, but at least they didn't shoot or hurt anyone or set things on fire.

    But between the Georgia loss and today's incitement and the ammo that it hands the left for years to come... Trump is REALLY saddling his supporters with a lot of baggage on his way out.

    Replies: @botazefa, @Lost American, @Rogue 1, @deleter

    what makes you think he is leaving?

  317. @WLM
    I disagree this was a LARP. Millions believe their vote was stolen and the Democrats openly say they are going to ram through their agenda. What did anybody think would happen? What the people have witnessed is a coup d'etat against President Trump and the coup continues with the Democrats/Never Trumpers trying to invoke the 25th Amendment against him. The presstitutes and the establishment condemn what happened in the Capitol on January 6, 2020. But what happened is the consequence of the powder keg created by the establishment itself (media, big tech, academia, big labor, banking-finance, government - the co-opted institutions) who have suppressed the Deplorables' voices. January 6, 2020 could be compared to Bastille Day. It may be remembered as the first day of the Second American Revolution. The establishment acts like Louis XVI when the sans culottes stormed the Bastille. The Deplorables are the modern day sans culottes. Why should Trump backers support a lie? Why should they be sorry about what happened after all that happened between March-November 2020? No one else was going to do anything - especially not their alleged Republican representatives (with a few exceptions). Biden acts like George III by calling it an insurrection and the establishments acts indignant about a rebellion of their creation. The Deplorables have suffered under years of financial repression and thought control, the wasting of their patrimony on foreign intervention while seeing their liberties constantly being eroded by the establishment and their leftist allies. The establishment does not see their own rot. They are corporatists. The Republicans are delusional that the Republican voters will ever come back to them or that we will ever have an honest national election again. Trying to rally MAGA to the Republican establishment is not going to happen especially when they did not help Trump after the last four years. Moreover, the alleged MAGA challenge of 2022 will be beaten down because the establishment controls the political strings of the party (look at what happened to Taft in 1940 and in 1952 or the lack of support for Goldwater in 1964). Republicans are finished as a party. The fraud against Trump and the Deplorables has been going on for four years and culminated with the 2020 election. For four years there were several coup attempts against President Trump: Count 1 for Russiagate and Steele Dossier: Storzck, Page, Comey, Ohr, Brennan. Amazingly Storzck an avowed anti-Trumper self-approved the use of the dossier against Trump! This is incredibly criminal. Count 2 for Muller investigation: McCabe, Rosenstein, Yates. They pushed through with the Muller investigation well-knowing that the Steele Dossier was false. Count 3 for Ukrainegate:: Schiff, Kislyak, Ciaramella, Atkinson. This was a scam by Schiff to create the complaint, then send it to the NSA, and then have the complaint sent back to him. Count 4 Biden, Obama, Clinton - It has been their subterfuge all along. It was called Crossfire Hurricane. They were complicit from the beginning. Hillary was red handed guilty! Abiden and her pervert husband Weiner made it undeniable. These indictments do not include the electoral fraud which was real. There is evidence that was ignored by the complicit corporatist war-mongering media. For example in 2020 there were at least 1.8 million of these “ghost voters” spread across more than 350 counties in 29 states. In eight states the number of registered voters actually exceeded 100% of eligible voting-age citizens in the state. The Navarro Report shows major anomalies in Arizona, Georgia, Wisconsin, etc. For example, Wayne County, Michigan, where the Dominion Voting Systems equipment was used, 46 out of 47 precincts in the county displayed greater than a 96% voter turnout. Twenty five of those precincts showed a 100% voter turnout. In Arizona, ballots continued 10 days after the election and signatures did not even match. In Georgia, 96,000 absentee ballots were requested and counted but were never recorded as having been returned to the county election board. In Pennsylvania the Postal Service backdated ballots. We all know the Pennsylvania Legislature expanded the use of absentee voting in ways that the state’s constitution explicitly did not allow. There were irregularities. this is irrefutable and should have been investigated. Yet, this was the coup. The FBI and DOJ along with the corporate media are so co-opted they cannot even be relied upon to do their due diligence. In Orwellian fashion they will now repress freedom of speech and thought, while using entrapment to silence freedom loving people. This is a tragedy of epic proportions. The political establishment talks about democracy and upholding the Constitution, but the Democrats shredded the Constitution the day Trump was elected. Trump is somehow the culprit when he was the victim. More will come as the Senate and House with the corpse of old Alzheimer's callously shove their agenda down the throat of half of the country who sees their hold on power as entirely illegitimate. If one looks at history, Bastille day was in July 1789. Louis XVI did not lose his head until January 1793 and it was only then that things started to heat up.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @JM

    Paragraph breaks are a good thing.

    • Replies: @Parsnipitous
    @Steve Sailer

    How about addressing his points? Sure you can find at least a couple even without paragraph breaks...

    Replies: @JM

    , @JM
    @Steve Sailer

    Bloody oath. BTW, Bro Sailer, I have re-posted your excellent analyses on many occasions, always favorably, though it was never for the structural/grammatic niceties.

    , @Wizard of Oz
    @Steve Sailer

    Not just some light relief in these sad times Steve, I hope to cheer you with the proof that you have managed to fine tune an Australian's understanding of important aspects of the US since the late 90s.

    Have a look at this which seems to have been provided by a consultant and for which, significantly, "comments have not been enabled".

    Racial reckoning raises stakes for law firms - https://on.ft.com/2IBqCrp via @FT

    We are meant to believe that law firms won't flourish unless they embrace diversity at all levels. (Howdoes 15% for minorities and 4% LBGT strike you as a way to make more money and win more cases?).

    You will see that the first authority quoted is Prof Anthony Thompson of New York U School of Law and Director of the Center on Race, Inquality and the Law. No mention of his ethnicity, so I search and I find

    Watch "Dangerous Leaders: How and Why Lawyers Must Be Taught to Lead" on YouTube

    https://youtu.be/r3VA7p_T-IY

    Yes, he's black, and this what I noticed that I learned to watch for under your tutelage..... One of his key points was the inappropriateness of individuals working in teams complaining that, because all get the same mark, specially valuable contributions aren't given due credit. Of course! The perfect approach if you want to advance nice dim underperformers.

    Replies: @JM

    , @WLMIV
    @Steve Sailer

    Thank you. This is the first time I ever posted here. I have been reading this site for a couple of years. All of my posting have always been scrunched up so I figured that was the same here. If I post again, I will be more careful.

    I read you on Taki often. I love Taki. He is great! I never had a chance to say this, so would you tell him this for me. I must admit I am little disappointed with Pat's column today though. Everyone is abandoning President Trump like rats on a sinking ship. I am not sure if I will ever believe in the USA regarding how it is constructed now. I was an early subscriber to the New American before it was hijacked.

    I have been to Greece twice (I have seen a little of the world having been to nearly every continent). I just love the place. Too bad it is such an economic mess. The problem may go back to the switcharoo of kings or plain old British interference in Greece's affairs. In 1914 the British decried the German violation of Belgian neutrality, but had no problem invading a neutral Greece with a German king to prepare for Galipoli in 1915. I can go on...

    Thank you for taking the time to even look at my comment. Again, I will be more careful with my writing.

    Replies: @WLMIV

  318. @Danindc
    God the media shills are going to be relentless. Michael Brendan O’Flaherty me heart belongs to Ireland Dougherty has already come out with the strongest condemnation. What a bunch of cowards.

    It is a shame about that young girl though. Tragic. Were the police fired upon or threatened? Didn’t look like it. Ugh.

    Replies: @bomag, @danand, @Anon, @freedom-cat

    I’m finding myself taking more breaks from news as I get filled with too much rage and anger over the election, the covid lies, and what looks like a Triune power cabal making their move on our nation: The Democrats, Technocrats, and Mainstream media.

    • Replies: @Scut Farkus
    @freedom-cat

    That is precisely what it looks like.

    , @Danindc
    @freedom-cat

    Yes, good move. It’s all so tiresome.

  319. @blaqua
    We saw yesterday beautiful pictures of thousands of peaceful American patriots in the seat of democracy, but a day blackened by the death of four brave citizens. One window and the glasses of a couple of doors were broken. That’s nothing compared to the GARGANTUAN DAMAGE and TERROR WAVES unleashed for MONTHS last year by the BLM and antifa thugs and thieves, who kept looting and ravaging public and private properties, even ones owned by black people, and harming those of opposing ideology.
    For the pharisaical and warlike St. Obama and the MSM, when the BLM and Co. were voicing their violent and brutal anger following the death of a black archcriminal (sic), all was fine, justified and reverend.
    https://www.shutterstock.com/image-photo/black-lives-matter-protest-riot-vandalism-1752732488
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WYZs9ncs8FE
    https://www.informationliberation.com/?id=61732
    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/content/dam/news/2020/06/02/TELEMMGLPICT000232085659_trans_NvBQzQNjv4BqpVlberWd9EgFPZtcLiMQfyf2A9a6I9YchsjMeADBa08.jpeg
    https://www.npr.org/2020/08/03/898703442/protest-and-a-black-owned-business?t=1610022675536

    Replies: @Kolya Krassotkin

    Thank you. As you noted, this was tragic, but compared to all the murders and chaos, with property damage in untold billions, unleashed on the innocent by the anti-fa and BLM the last several years, this was a tempest in a teapot.

    The difference this time was that these were mostly white people who were mostly conservative. The BLM and anti-fa rioters were disproportionately poc’s and leftwingers.

    That the seriousness of a crime is now not primarily based upon the nature of the crime, but, instead, who commits the crime and who the victim is is more proof that the United States has become a banana republic.

    • Replies: @blaqua
    @Kolya Krassotkin

    Wisely pointed out! And since the vast majority of ‘perpetrators’ are white patriots and the ‘victim’ is the State itself, the seriousness of the smashed windows and glasses has been blown up and the State rushed to release a Wanted Poster, at least 90% comprised of whites:
    https://nypost.com/2021/01/07/dc-police-release-photos-of-suspects-in-us-capitol-siege/
    https://www.thebritishjournal.com/world/dc-police-release-photos-of-suspects-in-us-capitol-siege-thebritishjournal-397075-2021/

  320. anon[406] • Disclaimer says:

    Strikes me as a little bit odd that white people who are generally assumed to ‘Masters of their Universe’ are not allowed a single voice in the MSM to defend themselves. I am not even a ‘White people are Right People’ proponent, but anyone can see that they are slaughtered daily in the media. For that reason alone I support them.

    • Replies: @PhysicistDave
    @anon

    anon[406] wrote:


    Strikes me as a little bit odd that white people who are generally assumed to ‘Masters of their Universe’ are not allowed a single voice in the MSM to defend themselves.
     
    Oh, if you are a member of the ruling elite, which is still overwhelmingly white, you get plenty of chance to defend yourself: look at the Biden crime family, or the once and future heads of the Deep State, etc.

    It's only if you are a non-elite white that you are treated like garbage.
  321. @Desert Rat
    I don't think this was LARPing. I think this was sane, traditional Americans faced with two choices: submit or fight and they chose to take a few really rather tentative steps to fight. If this had been leftists DC would be in flames right this minute.

    Now comes the propaganda explosion of condemnation by both open leftists and their "conservative" allies. DC is going to look like the Green Zone in Baghdad as the government takes all necessary steps to protect the "peoples' representatives" from the people. I expect arrests, prosecutions and jail time for many. But I also expect resistance against attempts to go after some of these people. We may see efforts at arrests met by men with rifles. We may even see municipalities and even states giving sanctuary to some of these. Who knows? At this point just about any scenario is possible.

    It is obvious that the U.S. as we have known it is over.

    Replies: @Desiderius, @Carolyn Yeager, @Anonymous

    I remember a spate of arrests of “far right extremists” in 2009-10. People like Bill White, Hal Turner, Edgar Steele. People who had previously been considered harmless cranks were suddenly getting taken down. I expect the same will happen again now.

  322. @freedom-cat
    @Danindc

    I'm finding myself taking more breaks from news as I get filled with too much rage and anger over the election, the covid lies, and what looks like a Triune power cabal making their move on our nation: The Democrats, Technocrats, and Mainstream media.

    Replies: @Scut Farkus, @Danindc

    That is precisely what it looks like.

  323. @t
    Is the Capitol always the poorly secured? Or did the powers that be want there to be breach?

    Replies: @Ron Mexico, @Lost American, @ben tillman

    Gosh. I haven’t thought of Arsenio Hall in years, but this is one of those things that make you go, “Hmmmm . . . .”

  324. @anon
    The female protester who died was surely killed by an armed guard in the Capitol bldg. From all the pictures and videos the guards and secret service were the only ones carrying guns.

    I said way back in 2017 that Mike Pence was staging a soft coup on Trump with the help of Rod Rosenstein. Trump fans are finally waking up to this. Lin Wood today called for Trump to fire Pence, for conspiring with Rosenstein on the Russia hoax. Too little too late. Also Pence was totally the "Senior WH official" who penned that derogatory piece in the NYTimes calling Trump a buffoon and saying lucky for America there are adults in the room directing the nation's foreign policy. The guy they identified was a peon fall guy.

    Pence's wife refused to shake Trump's hand or stand on the same stage as Trump back in 2016, it should've been obvious to anyone paying attention back then that Pence is no fan of Trump's. As Phillip Giraldi tells us, Pence has been to Israel 8 times, and on one of those trips, he dismissed all the Arabs in the room after his speech and met only with the Jews, and assured them that "the American people stand firmly with Israel". Pence is a Zionist stooge 110%. His Zionist masters are probably promising to pay for his future campaigns, or a cushy lobbying job that pays millions for him to stab Trump in the back with the electoral votes tonight, not that that treasonous rat needs much incentive.

    Replies: @ivan, @Sirius, @Twodees Partain

    Though many people think that Pence looks like a lizard, let me assure you all that he is a snake.

  325. @Joseph Doaks
    @Bill P

    "This country’s elite has alienated a critical segment of its population and now arrogantly calls them stupid and backward, when they are neither. It’s probably a fatal mistake."

    No problem, they'll just replace them. 20 million newly naturalized Democrats are just the start. The fatal mistake was anybody voting for Biden.

    Replies: @ben tillman

    They can’t replace us any more than I can replace my yard guy. He knows where the sprinkler pipes are buried.

  326. @Steve Sailer
    @WLM

    Paragraph breaks are a good thing.

    Replies: @Parsnipitous, @JM, @Wizard of Oz, @WLMIV

    How about addressing his points? Sure you can find at least a couple even without paragraph breaks…

    • Replies: @JM
    @Parsnipitous

    Yes, but editing is easier than political criticism by far.

  327. @Peter Akuleyev
    @PhysicistDave

    Buckley was a Catholic. Catholic conservatives have always been allergic to nationalism, and over the long arc of history have generally been right. Without the Church as a bulwark, nationalism quickly degenerates into factionalism and demagoguery. It was nationalism that opened the door in Europe for Socialism and eventually even Muslim immigration. Because you can be any religion and still "American", "French", "British", etc. But you can only be Catholic if you are a Catholic. So I doubt you and I are going to find much common ground.

    Replies: @Peter D. Bredon, @fnn, @Matt Buckalew, @PhysicistDave

    Buckley was a Catholic. Catholic conservatives have always been allergic to nationalism, and over the long arc of history have generally been right.

    Yeah, like Torquemada, one trule-blue Catholic “conservative.”

    There were no real “conservatives” before the 1950s in the USA, Pytor. Actually try reading some history some day.

    And there were no real conservatives in the USA since 1950, either, Pyotr. As I said, Buckley admitted to being CIA, and if you had the guts to actually read the link I provided, you’d see that Buckley was a shill for New Deal Democrats/Liberal One-Worlders from the very beginning.

    But you are never, never, ever going to read the link, are you, Pyotr?

    Tell us, Pyotr: are you actually part of the Deep State, or does it just make you feel, briefly, like a real man to defend the Deep State? (I’m betting the latter.)

  328. @anon
    Strikes me as a little bit odd that white people who are generally assumed to 'Masters of their Universe' are not allowed a single voice in the MSM to defend themselves. I am not even a 'White people are Right People' proponent, but anyone can see that they are slaughtered daily in the media. For that reason alone I support them.

    Replies: @PhysicistDave

    anon[406] wrote:

    Strikes me as a little bit odd that white people who are generally assumed to ‘Masters of their Universe’ are not allowed a single voice in the MSM to defend themselves.

    Oh, if you are a member of the ruling elite, which is still overwhelmingly white, you get plenty of chance to defend yourself: look at the Biden crime family, or the once and future heads of the Deep State, etc.

    It’s only if you are a non-elite white that you are treated like garbage.

    • Agree: JM
  329. @Corvinus
    @Anon

    Looks like a Capitol cop died at the hands of the Trump rioters.

    https://twitter.com/NoahGrayCNN/status/1347328675776225280

    Replies: @Wilkey

    A 15 word tweet, and your 13 word summary can’t even get it right.

    The tweet doesn’t say what you say it says. He could have died of a heart attack. He could have died on his way home from work. And it sure as hell doesn’t tell us that it was directly of even indirectly caused by Trump protestors.

    The last I heard there were four deaths attributed to the protests. One was the unarmed protestor we know was shot by the cop – Say, have they released his name yet? Do we know where he lives? Do we know who his wife is and where his kids go to school? The way we do with all the other officers in police-involved killings?

    Two others were due to “medical incidents” which happened during the protests, and another was away from the Capitol after the protests, but for some reasons still not known are being attributed to them. It’s amazing it’s taking so long for them to get all of this information out to us. It’s almost like they want to run up the death toll and blame Trump protestors for a lot more than they did.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
    @Wilkey

    Remember Brian Sicknick.

    https://www.foxnews.com/us/us-capitol-police-officer-dies-following-injury-sustained-during-riots

  330. @JohnnyWalker123
    https://twitter.com/BreitbartNews/status/1346984429940518912

    https://twitter.com/rehawitch/status/1346932584505352196

    Replies: @Old Prude, @Derer, @Malcolm X-Lax

    But he also said “Go home, we want peace”. I believe that filthy MSM dishonestly interfered in this election… they always highlight the negative but never the positive on Trump while withholding the Hunter Biden criminality which will bring down his senile daddy.

    Trump has huge following and I believe will succeed in creating a 3rd stream political movement to kick Schumers, Schieffs out from Washington.

    • Replies: @Wizard of Oz
    @Derer

    You can't create a movement when you are incompetent and have passed off every half competent person who tried working for you over a four year period.

  331. @Peter Akuleyev
    @PhysicistDave

    Trump is primarily the candidate of low IQ people who believe the myth around him created by a reality TV show and a group of intelligent people who are completely disillusioned or simply amoral. Americans who consider pedophiles like Matt Gaetz to be a better judge of character than Mitch Romney, or think Hawley is more of a true conservative than McConnell, are Americans that have lost the thread. While you are not wrong about America's decadence in both our underclass and elite, the fact that Trump achieved the Presidency is a symptom of that disease, not a cure for it.

    Replies: @Oemiktlob, @PhysicistDave

    Peter Akuleyev wrote to me:

    Trump is primarily the candidate of low IQ people who believe the myth around him created by a reality TV show…

    Well, now, let’s see, Pyotr.

    I was the top student in my college graduating class in the Division of Physics, Math, and Astronomy.

    At Caltech.

    And where did you get your degree?

    And I have a Ph.D.. in physics from Stanford.

    Your Ph.D.?

    And I am co-inventor on multiple patents.

    Your patents?

    Pyotr, I don’t usually like to dump on intellectual losers like yourself, but since you chose to falsely characterize Trump voters this way…

    You are a loser, Pyotr.

    Pyotr also attacked:

    [Americans who] think Hawley is more of a true conservative than McConnell, are Americans that have lost the thread.

    Trump supporters are not conservatives as you think of them, Pyotr.

    In fact, we are really quite sick and tired of conservatives, who are merely Leftists who are fifty years out of date.

    We are populists or civnats or nationalistss or libertarians, but, Pyotr, I know this will break your heart, but we hate and despise “conservatives”!

    • Replies: @photondancer
    @PhysicistDave

    "we are really quite sick and tired of conservatives, who are merely Leftists who are fifty years out of date"

    An astute observation which should be much more widely known than it is.

    Replies: @Wizard of Oz

    , @JM
    @PhysicistDave

    I hear you.

    , @Rob McX
    @PhysicistDave


    ...conservatives, who are merely Leftists who are fifty years out of date.
     
    Excellent definition.
    , @Authenticjazzman
    @PhysicistDave

    Okay, as I do trust your insight : So just what do the non-Democrat/Republican voters do in future elections as they know that the Democrats will and can rig each and every election in their favor without fearing the courts or media.

    It seems then like a total waste of time for any Republican voter to even vote in a future election as he/she knows in advance that the election will be lost to the Democrats period.

    I say it again and DT has said it on many occasions : They , the crazies must not be allowed to enter the WH now or the US is history, therefore DT and his supporters, must come up with a concept of how JB can be prevented from ursurping the Gov.

    I knew tuesday past that the beady-eyed coward MP was going to betray DT, as he, along with the scores of other traitors, does not want to be viewed as responsible for GS unleashing his antifa armies into the cities.

    AJM "Mensa" qualified since 1973, airborne trained US Army vet, and pro jazz artist (winds)

    , @Anonymous
    @PhysicistDave


    In fact, we are really quite sick and tired of conservatives, who are merely Leftists who are fifty years out of date.
     
    Gem. Shows that the entire political spectrum has to go, and does it in one sentence.

    A longer version:

    The paradigm of centralized government, held by Establishment and and Conservatives, is over. Trump tried to implement exactly the program of 50 years ago -- support for racial groups that were below average income, subsidies for declining industries, closed borders, deficit spending to pay for the preceding. He tried to be an Establishment politician who would save the Establishment, but in the end he simply provoked the Establishment into destroying its own legitimacy through the 2020 Presidential Election and the staged "invasion" of February 6th 2020. That, and brought us much closer to the end of the US's ability to borrow.

    On a larger stage, the problem with the US is very similar to that of the USSR in 1980. The 1960-1970 revolution almost immediately made the US trade balance negative. That has had a cumulative effect. The US physical plant is obsolete, as is its human capital. Since 1970 the US has been substituting unskilled labor for capital, so that it could devote capital flow to immediate consumption in the form of support for obsolete parts of its economy(1). This has destroyed both human and physical capital.

    The US has tried to make up for that imbalance by serving as global policeman, and that has provided very large sums of money (it is what permits the US to sell Treasury bonds), but the money provided has proven inadequate for political stabilization. The White population undergoes the White Death, the Blacks are in open revolt and the POC are demanding more money lest they revolt. Nobody is demanding an end to political control of capital flow.

    An "adoption" of Conservative values would change nothing fundamental in the above.

    "Conservatives are merely Leftists who are 50 years out of date."

    and Leftists are incapable of governing an industrial economy.

    ------------------------------------

    1) To document the post WW II existence of this trend, here's a Reagan quote that captures the capital diversion to immediate consumption in “Government’s view of the economy could be summed up in a few short phrases: If it moves, tax it. If it keeps moving, regulate it. And if it stops moving, subsidize it.” By the time Reagan said this, the entire US urban economy was obsolete.
    , @ivan
    @PhysicistDave

    And it's simply too funny that the average Trump supporter is more or less a journeyman, skilled his own trade, whereas the college graduates supporting Biden would have a hard time changing a light plug.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    , @Russ
    @PhysicistDave



    Trump is primarily the candidate of low IQ people who believe the myth around him created by a reality TV show…
     
    I was the top student in my college graduating class in the Division of Physics, Math, and Astronomy. At Caltech.
     
    As enjoyable as that can of academic whupass was, there is a lowest common denominator here.

    All those U.S. inner-city high school graduates few if any of which show reading or math proficiency at grade level? For whom do they and their teachers unfailingly vote?
  332. @WLM
    I disagree this was a LARP. Millions believe their vote was stolen and the Democrats openly say they are going to ram through their agenda. What did anybody think would happen? What the people have witnessed is a coup d'etat against President Trump and the coup continues with the Democrats/Never Trumpers trying to invoke the 25th Amendment against him. The presstitutes and the establishment condemn what happened in the Capitol on January 6, 2020. But what happened is the consequence of the powder keg created by the establishment itself (media, big tech, academia, big labor, banking-finance, government - the co-opted institutions) who have suppressed the Deplorables' voices. January 6, 2020 could be compared to Bastille Day. It may be remembered as the first day of the Second American Revolution. The establishment acts like Louis XVI when the sans culottes stormed the Bastille. The Deplorables are the modern day sans culottes. Why should Trump backers support a lie? Why should they be sorry about what happened after all that happened between March-November 2020? No one else was going to do anything - especially not their alleged Republican representatives (with a few exceptions). Biden acts like George III by calling it an insurrection and the establishments acts indignant about a rebellion of their creation. The Deplorables have suffered under years of financial repression and thought control, the wasting of their patrimony on foreign intervention while seeing their liberties constantly being eroded by the establishment and their leftist allies. The establishment does not see their own rot. They are corporatists. The Republicans are delusional that the Republican voters will ever come back to them or that we will ever have an honest national election again. Trying to rally MAGA to the Republican establishment is not going to happen especially when they did not help Trump after the last four years. Moreover, the alleged MAGA challenge of 2022 will be beaten down because the establishment controls the political strings of the party (look at what happened to Taft in 1940 and in 1952 or the lack of support for Goldwater in 1964). Republicans are finished as a party. The fraud against Trump and the Deplorables has been going on for four years and culminated with the 2020 election. For four years there were several coup attempts against President Trump: Count 1 for Russiagate and Steele Dossier: Storzck, Page, Comey, Ohr, Brennan. Amazingly Storzck an avowed anti-Trumper self-approved the use of the dossier against Trump! This is incredibly criminal. Count 2 for Muller investigation: McCabe, Rosenstein, Yates. They pushed through with the Muller investigation well-knowing that the Steele Dossier was false. Count 3 for Ukrainegate:: Schiff, Kislyak, Ciaramella, Atkinson. This was a scam by Schiff to create the complaint, then send it to the NSA, and then have the complaint sent back to him. Count 4 Biden, Obama, Clinton - It has been their subterfuge all along. It was called Crossfire Hurricane. They were complicit from the beginning. Hillary was red handed guilty! Abiden and her pervert husband Weiner made it undeniable. These indictments do not include the electoral fraud which was real. There is evidence that was ignored by the complicit corporatist war-mongering media. For example in 2020 there were at least 1.8 million of these “ghost voters” spread across more than 350 counties in 29 states. In eight states the number of registered voters actually exceeded 100% of eligible voting-age citizens in the state. The Navarro Report shows major anomalies in Arizona, Georgia, Wisconsin, etc. For example, Wayne County, Michigan, where the Dominion Voting Systems equipment was used, 46 out of 47 precincts in the county displayed greater than a 96% voter turnout. Twenty five of those precincts showed a 100% voter turnout. In Arizona, ballots continued 10 days after the election and signatures did not even match. In Georgia, 96,000 absentee ballots were requested and counted but were never recorded as having been returned to the county election board. In Pennsylvania the Postal Service backdated ballots. We all know the Pennsylvania Legislature expanded the use of absentee voting in ways that the state’s constitution explicitly did not allow. There were irregularities. this is irrefutable and should have been investigated. Yet, this was the coup. The FBI and DOJ along with the corporate media are so co-opted they cannot even be relied upon to do their due diligence. In Orwellian fashion they will now repress freedom of speech and thought, while using entrapment to silence freedom loving people. This is a tragedy of epic proportions. The political establishment talks about democracy and upholding the Constitution, but the Democrats shredded the Constitution the day Trump was elected. Trump is somehow the culprit when he was the victim. More will come as the Senate and House with the corpse of old Alzheimer's callously shove their agenda down the throat of half of the country who sees their hold on power as entirely illegitimate. If one looks at history, Bastille day was in July 1789. Louis XVI did not lose his head until January 1793 and it was only then that things started to heat up.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @JM

    ‘The Deplorables are the modern day sans culottes.”

    I like that! A great historical analogy.

    America will transition (is transitioning) out of relatively peaceful political methods into more violent ones, but because it is a transition, people from both sides of the increasingly sharp political divide either tactically feign horror or are genuinely horrified.

    I fear that one day this will not be the case and people will accept the methods of the new stage as quite normal, though even here, leaps will occur, so that we may well also see a repetition of the kind of event that gave rise to the remark of Guizot on the English Revolution that ‘when the time came for drawing the sword, all were astonished and deeply moved…’

    • Replies: @WLMIV
    @JM

    Thanks for the thought. Nice quote. Thank you. My comment was something I shot off because I was and am so angry. This is the first time I have ever commented here. I see similarities to the French Revolution more than the Glorious Revolution but your quote is quite good and I will add it to a collection of quotes/poems that I keep. While indeed the Glorious Revolution was about central power (i.e. the King vs. Parliament), it was also about religion going back to Henry VIII and later the English Civil War among other things. France seems a little more relevant because of the dispossession of the Deplorables-Sans Culottes. I debated the use of the term America's Second Revolution. One could argue 1812 was America's Second Revolution.

    I see do Trump's faults. Yet, I was willing to overlook these issues because overall he served my interests. My preferred choice has been Ron Paul or his son who I hope will take up the mantle for us. I do not know if I 100% trust Ted Cruz but he showed great courage. While I have no problem with religion I do worry that the Christian Conservatives allied to the Israel Lobby have misguided this nations foreign policy. This was likely my largest compliant with Trump. Giraldi is 100% correct (Angelo Codevilla has made many points I have discussed with my friends as well). This makes me wary of Cruz, but I also realize that a President must make coalitions to rule the country, but not to its detriment.

    I will say that I am angered by the Republican condemnations of what happened. People had no outlet for recourse. We are told that Deplorable interrupted the democratic process. Yet, the democratic process was broken by an outright fraudulent election. We now see the Constitution is in tatters despite the fact that it was torn up a long time ago. I go back to the Civil War Wilson and FDR's creation of the corporate state through the New Deal and his provocation of World War II.

    I am not sure if the right should be backing down in the name of political civility. When has it ever been shown to us? We now see the charade for what is. We suffered under BLM-Antifa terrorism throughout the second half of 2020. We suffered under four years of coup attempts and inside sabotage against president Trump. It has been years of derision from the establishment and the left. They did all they could to destroy the one president who at least heard the voice of the Deplorables - the forgotten men who run this country but have somehow become second class in the name of creating a phony egalitarianism.

    I suffer (and have suffered cancel culture went for me as early as 2010) in my profession with an outright thought control forcing a cognitive dissonance on me. By standing up on January 6, 2020 the Deplorables were heard. Calling it our Bastille Day is a way to fight back. It is the political elites who want to condemn what happened because they have a stake in trying to preserve the system which is clearly now seen as fraudulent. Republican claims of political principle are baseless oaths when the concept of republican democracy does not function and works against the citizens who it claims to serve.

    Thank you for the thoughts.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Jonathan Mason

  333. @Lost American
    @t

    Good assessment t, but whatever the truth is, the NY Times and the rest of the MM will always lie.
    For 4 years the Democrat Communist party and its paid supporters like Antifa have shit on Trump and his family. Try taking that kind of abuse 24 hours a day for 4 years. I could care less anymore after what has gone on. The NY Times is led by cowards and paid by ultra rich leftist billionaires. The Times staff knows they have to spout the narrative and the Times staff truly feels superior to us common people. They would gladly exterminate us if they initiated a population control program.
    Wait till real payback comes. For 4 years decent people who work hard and want to be good citizens were degraded and cursed by the Democrats.
    I feel bad because an innocent woman was shot.
    I no longer care what happens to the leftists.
    For a leftist the ends justify the means. Hopefully Democrats will get payback.

    Replies: @but an humble craftsman

    Leftist billionaires …

    surely you jest.

    • Replies: @JM
    @but an humble craftsman

    You're right, the basic class settings haven't changed at all. This means that 80% or more who say they're "Right" are really far to the left of the other side who are ardent supporters of what could only be called "Globalising Imperialism".

    The handling of this requires humility and patience, something that anyone who has engaged in discussions for any length of time would be well aware of. Me? I'm either a "Nazi" or an advocate of a Brown-Red Alliance. Truth is that I haven't changed much at all from my youth and even childhood when I was berated by my mother for 'talking Socialism' yet again - albeit always from the perspective of a solid patriot who worshiped the very soil of my homeland, something most rank and file socialists once did, at least implicitly. What has changed is the ground underneath me, something requiring years of re-orientation, and mine is owed mainly to the political Far Right who, well more than half a century ago, had a far better understanding of the dynamic fundamentals than all the Left combined, notwithstanding the 1920's and earlier insights into "Ultra-Imperialism" &etc.

  334. @Authenticjazzman
    @PhysicistDave

    " Let the Dems be the psychopath party"

    The conundrum problem being: If they, the lunatic party, take over the WH now it will be all over for the Republicans and they, the Repubs, will never attain a high office in the US for all of eternity or until the US dissolves into total chaos.

    Most people really do not grasp just how evil and malicious they, the Dems, really are and that any talk of winning for the Repubs in 2022 or 2024 is nothing but a rediculous exercise in total futility, as they, the Dems, will by that time have set conditions so that they are invulnerable and invincible.

    It's now or never and the the folks who do not want to see the demise of the country must NOW take any and all actions to stop the Dems, period.

    AJM

    Replies: @Twodees Partain

    Take a look at this video:

  335. @Parsnipitous
    @Steve Sailer

    How about addressing his points? Sure you can find at least a couple even without paragraph breaks...

    Replies: @JM

    Yes, but editing is easier than political criticism by far.

  336. @WLM
    I disagree this was a LARP. Millions believe their vote was stolen and the Democrats openly say they are going to ram through their agenda. What did anybody think would happen? What the people have witnessed is a coup d'etat against President Trump and the coup continues with the Democrats/Never Trumpers trying to invoke the 25th Amendment against him. The presstitutes and the establishment condemn what happened in the Capitol on January 6, 2020. But what happened is the consequence of the powder keg created by the establishment itself (media, big tech, academia, big labor, banking-finance, government - the co-opted institutions) who have suppressed the Deplorables' voices. January 6, 2020 could be compared to Bastille Day. It may be remembered as the first day of the Second American Revolution. The establishment acts like Louis XVI when the sans culottes stormed the Bastille. The Deplorables are the modern day sans culottes. Why should Trump backers support a lie? Why should they be sorry about what happened after all that happened between March-November 2020? No one else was going to do anything - especially not their alleged Republican representatives (with a few exceptions). Biden acts like George III by calling it an insurrection and the establishments acts indignant about a rebellion of their creation. The Deplorables have suffered under years of financial repression and thought control, the wasting of their patrimony on foreign intervention while seeing their liberties constantly being eroded by the establishment and their leftist allies. The establishment does not see their own rot. They are corporatists. The Republicans are delusional that the Republican voters will ever come back to them or that we will ever have an honest national election again. Trying to rally MAGA to the Republican establishment is not going to happen especially when they did not help Trump after the last four years. Moreover, the alleged MAGA challenge of 2022 will be beaten down because the establishment controls the political strings of the party (look at what happened to Taft in 1940 and in 1952 or the lack of support for Goldwater in 1964). Republicans are finished as a party. The fraud against Trump and the Deplorables has been going on for four years and culminated with the 2020 election. For four years there were several coup attempts against President Trump: Count 1 for Russiagate and Steele Dossier: Storzck, Page, Comey, Ohr, Brennan. Amazingly Storzck an avowed anti-Trumper self-approved the use of the dossier against Trump! This is incredibly criminal. Count 2 for Muller investigation: McCabe, Rosenstein, Yates. They pushed through with the Muller investigation well-knowing that the Steele Dossier was false. Count 3 for Ukrainegate:: Schiff, Kislyak, Ciaramella, Atkinson. This was a scam by Schiff to create the complaint, then send it to the NSA, and then have the complaint sent back to him. Count 4 Biden, Obama, Clinton - It has been their subterfuge all along. It was called Crossfire Hurricane. They were complicit from the beginning. Hillary was red handed guilty! Abiden and her pervert husband Weiner made it undeniable. These indictments do not include the electoral fraud which was real. There is evidence that was ignored by the complicit corporatist war-mongering media. For example in 2020 there were at least 1.8 million of these “ghost voters” spread across more than 350 counties in 29 states. In eight states the number of registered voters actually exceeded 100% of eligible voting-age citizens in the state. The Navarro Report shows major anomalies in Arizona, Georgia, Wisconsin, etc. For example, Wayne County, Michigan, where the Dominion Voting Systems equipment was used, 46 out of 47 precincts in the county displayed greater than a 96% voter turnout. Twenty five of those precincts showed a 100% voter turnout. In Arizona, ballots continued 10 days after the election and signatures did not even match. In Georgia, 96,000 absentee ballots were requested and counted but were never recorded as having been returned to the county election board. In Pennsylvania the Postal Service backdated ballots. We all know the Pennsylvania Legislature expanded the use of absentee voting in ways that the state’s constitution explicitly did not allow. There were irregularities. This is irrefutable and should have been investigated. Yet, what we have seen is a four year ongoing coup. It is no wonder the powder keg exploded. The FBI and DOJ along with the corporate media are so co-opted they cannot even be relied upon to do their due diligence. In Orwellian fashion they will now repress freedom of speech and thought, while using entrapment to silence freedom loving people. This is a tragedy of epic proportions. The political establishment talks about democracy and upholding the Constitution, but the Democrats shredded the Constitution the day Trump was elected (even before). Trump is somehow the culprit when he was the victim. More resistance will come as the Senate and House along with the corpse of old Alzheimer's callously shove their agenda down the throat of half of the country who sees the Democrats hold on power entirely illegitimate. If one looks at history, Bastille day was in July 1789. Louis XVI did not lose his head until January 1793 and it was only then that things started to heat up.

    Replies: @Too Long Didn't Read

    Paragraph breaks are good.

  337. @PhysicistDave
    @Peter Akuleyev

    Peter Akuleyev wrote to me:


    Trump is primarily the candidate of low IQ people who believe the myth around him created by a reality TV show...
     
    Well, now, let's see, Pyotr.

    I was the top student in my college graduating class in the Division of Physics, Math, and Astronomy.

    At Caltech.

    And where did you get your degree?

    And I have a Ph.D.. in physics from Stanford.

    Your Ph.D.?

    And I am co-inventor on multiple patents.

    Your patents?

    Pyotr, I don't usually like to dump on intellectual losers like yourself, but since you chose to falsely characterize Trump voters this way...

    You are a loser, Pyotr.

    Pyotr also attacked:


    [Americans who] think Hawley is more of a true conservative than McConnell, are Americans that have lost the thread.
     
    Trump supporters are not conservatives as you think of them, Pyotr.

    In fact, we are really quite sick and tired of conservatives, who are merely Leftists who are fifty years out of date.

    We are populists or civnats or nationalistss or libertarians, but, Pyotr, I know this will break your heart, but we hate and despise "conservatives"!

    Replies: @photondancer, @JM, @Rob McX, @Authenticjazzman, @Anonymous, @ivan, @Russ

    “we are really quite sick and tired of conservatives, who are merely Leftists who are fifty years out of date”

    An astute observation which should be much more widely known than it is.

    • Replies: @Wizard of Oz
    @photondancer

    It naturally prompts one to remind myself about "a ceoconservative is a liberal who has been mugged by reality" and whether considerations of human nature and maybe education and technical change can lead to valid historical generalisations. (That is, how far back and how widely you can go exploring similar phenomena).

    I also wonder if Americans realise how far from any decent idea of democracy the money of the plutocrats has taken their country.

  338. @Kyle
    @JM

    Ron Mexico narrowly edges out Billy Shears for the best isteve pseudonym.

    Replies: @JM

    Hhahahahahahahhahah! Bloody hilarious.

    Funny part is that I have another pseudonym that I adopted in a hurry because my – long held – choice was “already taken” (or some such) and am now stuck with what exactly conforms to your assertion.

    This strong woman makes a totally valid point, held I am sure, with the greatest integrity, but for most it’s a denial of current power relationships.

  339. @Steve Sailer
    @WLM

    Paragraph breaks are a good thing.

    Replies: @Parsnipitous, @JM, @Wizard of Oz, @WLMIV

    Bloody oath. BTW, Bro Sailer, I have re-posted your excellent analyses on many occasions, always favorably, though it was never for the structural/grammatic niceties.

  340. Summing up, something I posted on another (YouTube) blog: (the Washington Event was…) Too late. Should have been directed against Plutocrat-Democrat sponsored riots that burned large parts of US cities to the ground. A tall order, but failure to stop this initiative was the beginning of the end of Trump’s Presidency. The initiative was then LOST…

    I – as an active participant – saw the same thing when a CIA sponsored coup was directed against an (essentially, though somewhat ambiguous…a bit like Trump) patriotic government of my country 45 years’ ago. Then the working people – VERY strong then – were held back by their treacherous – placed – “leaders” with the confident claim that “the people would decide”…the election was a landslide against the government as all the cowardly social elements stampeded in the direction of the defaulted “strength”. Of course in the case of the Presidential election, the latter was represented by shameless vote stacking, made possible only by the dereliction of duty in the immediate past.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @JM


    I – as an active participant – saw the same thing when a CIA sponsored coup was directed against an (essentially, though somewhat ambiguous…a bit like Trump) patriotic government of my country 45 years’ ago.
     
    I saw the same thing in the US. In the late 1990s Pat Buchanan was trying to become a Presidential nominee. I was chosen, apparently as a deniable cutout, to pose as aide to the leader of the fundamental Protestant congregations in a large Southern city (has a large pyramid in its downtown) for a regional meeting of all such informal leaders throughout the Southwest. The meeting was an executive session, and there were 10-12 leaders attending (they had no aides or other people with them).

    The meeting was a bit of a shock. The person who called it gave a short and brutal speech, to the effect that "I support Buchanan, but my political handlers have told me that they will cut of me and my organization if I do or say anything to express this support". The other leaders had not visible reaction, but later complied with the implicit order. The speaker was controlled opposition, a single point agent/cutout responsible for recruiting and controlling similar leaders throughout the South and Southwest region.

    The Moral Majority and similar "fundamentalist" organizations of the late 1980s were controlled opposition.

    I would suspect that the major US Protestant denominations have been "controlled opposition" ever since the 1950s, when churches gave control of sermons to the Federal Government in exchange for being tax exempt (http://jesus-is-savior.com/Evils%20in%20Government/Police%20State/501c3_unbiblical.htm) . Catholic churches "controlled opposition" since the publicized "sex crimes with minors" publicity campaign.

    “God is dead! God remains dead! And we have killed him! How can we console ourselves, the murderers of all murderers! The holiest and the mightiest thing the world has ever possessed has bled to death under our knives: who will wipe this blood from us? "

    Not just God, either. As of now, every US institution in existence has lost legitimacy, "is dead". Some of the main tools for the Establishment, the "controlled opposition", and the supposition that "no reasonable man can believe government would actually do something so self defeating" now fail when they are applied. They fail just as badly as appeals to Christianity.

    If you want validation the "lost legitimacy" assertion, take a look at Bitcoin price over the past week. It's panic buying by institutions that drives Bitcoin's rise, and that of the general cryptocurrency sector (to see the rise, follow URL: https://www.coingecko.com). (the preceding is not financial advice -- except the general observation that panics tend to be highly volatile. What zooms will often zoom down.) The panic is from having nothing to trust. When there is no real trust, apparently cryptocurrency distributed trust auditor networks become dominant (see: https://www.cs.columbia.edu/~angelos/Papers/2004/tmreview.pdf).
    , @Corvinus
    @JM

    Speaking of a coup...

    Weapons known to be at Trump's insurrection—an assault on the Capitol resulting in 50+ injuries/5 dead:

    Guns
    Bombs
    Molotov Cocktails
    Tasers
    Lead Pipes
    Clubs

    Crimes committed there.

    Homicide
    Felony Murder
    Incitement
    Theft/Looting
    Burglary
    Armed Assault
    Simple Assault
    Attempted Kidnapping
    Destruction of Property
    Destruction of Federal Monuments
    Trespassing

    Consider...

    Trump replaced Pentagon brass with stooges

    Trump announces DC rally for Election Count Day

    AG Barr resigns abruptly

    FBI warns Capitol about possible violence

    Pentagon denies equipment and manpower for Capitol

    Trump primes the crowd into strong-arming their way onto federal property

  341. @Steve Sailer
    @WLM

    Paragraph breaks are a good thing.

    Replies: @Parsnipitous, @JM, @Wizard of Oz, @WLMIV

    Not just some light relief in these sad times Steve, I hope to cheer you with the proof that you have managed to fine tune an Australian’s understanding of important aspects of the US since the late 90s.

    Have a look at this which seems to have been provided by a consultant and for which, significantly, “comments have not been enabled”.

    Racial reckoning raises stakes for law firms – https://on.ft.com/2IBqCrp via @FT

    We are meant to believe that law firms won’t flourish unless they embrace diversity at all levels. (Howdoes 15% for minorities and 4% LBGT strike you as a way to make more money and win more cases?).

    You will see that the first authority quoted is Prof Anthony Thompson of New York U School of Law and Director of the Center on Race, Inquality and the Law. No mention of his ethnicity, so I search and I find

    Watch “Dangerous Leaders: How and Why Lawyers Must Be Taught to Lead” on YouTube

    Yes, he’s black, and this what I noticed that I learned to watch for under your tutelage….. One of his key points was the inappropriateness of individuals working in teams complaining that, because all get the same mark, specially valuable contributions aren’t given due credit. Of course! The perfect approach if you want to advance nice dim underperformers.

    • Replies: @JM
    @Wizard of Oz

    Lol. Your special pleading will be to no avail. Just look at the agendas of the line up in your chosen video!

    BTW, the very best outcome for parasitic Australian "lawyers" would be to experience - in earnest - the greenhide goad of "professional" displacement by ethnic blow-ins, so deeply felt by most - scorned - working people. Then these (you?) creatures wouldn't be so well placed to self-righteously gloat from the sidelines.

    Replies: @Wizard of Oz

  342. @PhysicistDave
    @Peter Akuleyev

    Peter Akuleyev wrote to me:


    Trump is primarily the candidate of low IQ people who believe the myth around him created by a reality TV show...
     
    Well, now, let's see, Pyotr.

    I was the top student in my college graduating class in the Division of Physics, Math, and Astronomy.

    At Caltech.

    And where did you get your degree?

    And I have a Ph.D.. in physics from Stanford.

    Your Ph.D.?

    And I am co-inventor on multiple patents.

    Your patents?

    Pyotr, I don't usually like to dump on intellectual losers like yourself, but since you chose to falsely characterize Trump voters this way...

    You are a loser, Pyotr.

    Pyotr also attacked:


    [Americans who] think Hawley is more of a true conservative than McConnell, are Americans that have lost the thread.
     
    Trump supporters are not conservatives as you think of them, Pyotr.

    In fact, we are really quite sick and tired of conservatives, who are merely Leftists who are fifty years out of date.

    We are populists or civnats or nationalistss or libertarians, but, Pyotr, I know this will break your heart, but we hate and despise "conservatives"!

    Replies: @photondancer, @JM, @Rob McX, @Authenticjazzman, @Anonymous, @ivan, @Russ

    I hear you.

  343. @Wizard of Oz
    @Steve Sailer

    Not just some light relief in these sad times Steve, I hope to cheer you with the proof that you have managed to fine tune an Australian's understanding of important aspects of the US since the late 90s.

    Have a look at this which seems to have been provided by a consultant and for which, significantly, "comments have not been enabled".

    Racial reckoning raises stakes for law firms - https://on.ft.com/2IBqCrp via @FT

    We are meant to believe that law firms won't flourish unless they embrace diversity at all levels. (Howdoes 15% for minorities and 4% LBGT strike you as a way to make more money and win more cases?).

    You will see that the first authority quoted is Prof Anthony Thompson of New York U School of Law and Director of the Center on Race, Inquality and the Law. No mention of his ethnicity, so I search and I find

    Watch "Dangerous Leaders: How and Why Lawyers Must Be Taught to Lead" on YouTube

    https://youtu.be/r3VA7p_T-IY

    Yes, he's black, and this what I noticed that I learned to watch for under your tutelage..... One of his key points was the inappropriateness of individuals working in teams complaining that, because all get the same mark, specially valuable contributions aren't given due credit. Of course! The perfect approach if you want to advance nice dim underperformers.

    Replies: @JM

    Lol. Your special pleading will be to no avail. Just look at the agendas of the line up in your chosen video!

    BTW, the very best outcome for parasitic Australian “lawyers” would be to experience – in earnest – the greenhide goad of “professional” displacement by ethnic blow-ins, so deeply felt by most – scorned – working people. Then these (you?) creatures wouldn’t be so well placed to self-righteously gloat from the sidelines.

    • Replies: @Wizard of Oz
    @JM

    I'm not sure what your point is. Do you know anything about Australian lawyers? How? What?

    Am I right in thinking that you regard me as complacently contrasting the Australian legal profession uncontaminated by affirmative action and seeking minority representation regardless of ability with the sad US situation? And are you accordingly gloating over the prospect of smart immigrants changing the Australian legal world to the disadvantage of its ethics and its old Australian practitioners? If so I think you underrate the acculturation process of years of legal education at universities and quasi apprenticeships with judges and senior practising lawyers.

  344. @but an humble craftsman
    @Lost American

    Leftist billionaires ...

    surely you jest.

    Replies: @JM

    You’re right, the basic class settings haven’t changed at all. This means that 80% or more who say they’re “Right” are really far to the left of the other side who are ardent supporters of what could only be called “Globalising Imperialism”.

    The handling of this requires humility and patience, something that anyone who has engaged in discussions for any length of time would be well aware of. Me? I’m either a “Nazi” or an advocate of a Brown-Red Alliance. Truth is that I haven’t changed much at all from my youth and even childhood when I was berated by my mother for ‘talking Socialism’ yet again – albeit always from the perspective of a solid patriot who worshiped the very soil of my homeland, something most rank and file socialists once did, at least implicitly. What has changed is the ground underneath me, something requiring years of re-orientation, and mine is owed mainly to the political Far Right who, well more than half a century ago, had a far better understanding of the dynamic fundamentals than all the Left combined, notwithstanding the 1920’s and earlier insights into “Ultra-Imperialism” &etc.

  345. OT:

    • Replies: @ivan
    @MEH 0910

    One of the biggest liars who ever put pen to paper about the Vietnam War. Ironically enough his book's title : A Bright Shining Lie, could well serve as an epitaph for that entire generation of self-righteous liars.

  346. @anon
    @MEH 0910

    Not until the officer involved in Kenosha shooting is indicted and sent to jail .

    Replies: @MEH 0910

    Not until the officer involved in Kenosha shooting is indicted and sent to jail .

    That would be an injustice. Thankfully it’s not going to happen:

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/blms-batting-average-falls-below-the-mendoza-line-no-charges-against-kenosha-cop/

  347. @PhysicistDave
    @Peter Akuleyev

    Peter Akuleyev wrote to me:


    Trump is primarily the candidate of low IQ people who believe the myth around him created by a reality TV show...
     
    Well, now, let's see, Pyotr.

    I was the top student in my college graduating class in the Division of Physics, Math, and Astronomy.

    At Caltech.

    And where did you get your degree?

    And I have a Ph.D.. in physics from Stanford.

    Your Ph.D.?

    And I am co-inventor on multiple patents.

    Your patents?

    Pyotr, I don't usually like to dump on intellectual losers like yourself, but since you chose to falsely characterize Trump voters this way...

    You are a loser, Pyotr.

    Pyotr also attacked:


    [Americans who] think Hawley is more of a true conservative than McConnell, are Americans that have lost the thread.
     
    Trump supporters are not conservatives as you think of them, Pyotr.

    In fact, we are really quite sick and tired of conservatives, who are merely Leftists who are fifty years out of date.

    We are populists or civnats or nationalistss or libertarians, but, Pyotr, I know this will break your heart, but we hate and despise "conservatives"!

    Replies: @photondancer, @JM, @Rob McX, @Authenticjazzman, @Anonymous, @ivan, @Russ

    …conservatives, who are merely Leftists who are fifty years out of date.

    Excellent definition.

    • Agree: Oemiktlob
  348. @PhysicistDave
    @Peter Akuleyev

    Peter Akuleyev wrote to me:


    Trump is primarily the candidate of low IQ people who believe the myth around him created by a reality TV show...
     
    Well, now, let's see, Pyotr.

    I was the top student in my college graduating class in the Division of Physics, Math, and Astronomy.

    At Caltech.

    And where did you get your degree?

    And I have a Ph.D.. in physics from Stanford.

    Your Ph.D.?

    And I am co-inventor on multiple patents.

    Your patents?

    Pyotr, I don't usually like to dump on intellectual losers like yourself, but since you chose to falsely characterize Trump voters this way...

    You are a loser, Pyotr.

    Pyotr also attacked:


    [Americans who] think Hawley is more of a true conservative than McConnell, are Americans that have lost the thread.
     
    Trump supporters are not conservatives as you think of them, Pyotr.

    In fact, we are really quite sick and tired of conservatives, who are merely Leftists who are fifty years out of date.

    We are populists or civnats or nationalistss or libertarians, but, Pyotr, I know this will break your heart, but we hate and despise "conservatives"!

    Replies: @photondancer, @JM, @Rob McX, @Authenticjazzman, @Anonymous, @ivan, @Russ

    Okay, as I do trust your insight : So just what do the non-Democrat/Republican voters do in future elections as they know that the Democrats will and can rig each and every election in their favor without fearing the courts or media.

    It seems then like a total waste of time for any Republican voter to even vote in a future election as he/she knows in advance that the election will be lost to the Democrats period.

    I say it again and DT has said it on many occasions : They , the crazies must not be allowed to enter the WH now or the US is history, therefore DT and his supporters, must come up with a concept of how JB can be prevented from ursurping the Gov.

    I knew tuesday past that the beady-eyed coward MP was going to betray DT, as he, along with the scores of other traitors, does not want to be viewed as responsible for GS unleashing his antifa armies into the cities.

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

  349. Anonymous[290] • Disclaimer says:
    @PhysicistDave
    @Peter Akuleyev

    Peter Akuleyev wrote to me:


    Trump is primarily the candidate of low IQ people who believe the myth around him created by a reality TV show...
     
    Well, now, let's see, Pyotr.

    I was the top student in my college graduating class in the Division of Physics, Math, and Astronomy.

    At Caltech.

    And where did you get your degree?

    And I have a Ph.D.. in physics from Stanford.

    Your Ph.D.?

    And I am co-inventor on multiple patents.

    Your patents?

    Pyotr, I don't usually like to dump on intellectual losers like yourself, but since you chose to falsely characterize Trump voters this way...

    You are a loser, Pyotr.

    Pyotr also attacked:


    [Americans who] think Hawley is more of a true conservative than McConnell, are Americans that have lost the thread.
     
    Trump supporters are not conservatives as you think of them, Pyotr.

    In fact, we are really quite sick and tired of conservatives, who are merely Leftists who are fifty years out of date.

    We are populists or civnats or nationalistss or libertarians, but, Pyotr, I know this will break your heart, but we hate and despise "conservatives"!

    Replies: @photondancer, @JM, @Rob McX, @Authenticjazzman, @Anonymous, @ivan, @Russ

    In fact, we are really quite sick and tired of conservatives, who are merely Leftists who are fifty years out of date.

    Gem. Shows that the entire political spectrum has to go, and does it in one sentence.

    A longer version:

    The paradigm of centralized government, held by Establishment and and Conservatives, is over. Trump tried to implement exactly the program of 50 years ago — support for racial groups that were below average income, subsidies for declining industries, closed borders, deficit spending to pay for the preceding. He tried to be an Establishment politician who would save the Establishment, but in the end he simply provoked the Establishment into destroying its own legitimacy through the 2020 Presidential Election and the staged “invasion” of February 6th 2020. That, and brought us much closer to the end of the US’s ability to borrow.

    On a larger stage, the problem with the US is very similar to that of the USSR in 1980. The 1960-1970 revolution almost immediately made the US trade balance negative. That has had a cumulative effect. The US physical plant is obsolete, as is its human capital. Since 1970 the US has been substituting unskilled labor for capital, so that it could devote capital flow to immediate consumption in the form of support for obsolete parts of its economy(1). This has destroyed both human and physical capital.

    The US has tried to make up for that imbalance by serving as global policeman, and that has provided very large sums of money (it is what permits the US to sell Treasury bonds), but the money provided has proven inadequate for political stabilization. The White population undergoes the White Death, the Blacks are in open revolt and the POC are demanding more money lest they revolt. Nobody is demanding an end to political control of capital flow.

    An “adoption” of Conservative values would change nothing fundamental in the above.

    “Conservatives are merely Leftists who are 50 years out of date.”

    and Leftists are incapable of governing an industrial economy.

    ————————————

    1) To document the post WW II existence of this trend, here’s a Reagan quote that captures the capital diversion to immediate consumption in “Government’s view of the economy could be summed up in a few short phrases: If it moves, tax it. If it keeps moving, regulate it. And if it stops moving, subsidize it.” By the time Reagan said this, the entire US urban economy was obsolete.

  350. @MEH 0910
    OT:
    https://twitter.com/nytimes/status/1347379263779926017

    Replies: @ivan

    One of the biggest liars who ever put pen to paper about the Vietnam War. Ironically enough his book’s title : A Bright Shining Lie, could well serve as an epitaph for that entire generation of self-righteous liars.

  351. @PhysicistDave
    @Peter Akuleyev

    Peter Akuleyev wrote to me:


    Trump is primarily the candidate of low IQ people who believe the myth around him created by a reality TV show...
     
    Well, now, let's see, Pyotr.

    I was the top student in my college graduating class in the Division of Physics, Math, and Astronomy.

    At Caltech.

    And where did you get your degree?

    And I have a Ph.D.. in physics from Stanford.

    Your Ph.D.?

    And I am co-inventor on multiple patents.

    Your patents?

    Pyotr, I don't usually like to dump on intellectual losers like yourself, but since you chose to falsely characterize Trump voters this way...

    You are a loser, Pyotr.

    Pyotr also attacked:


    [Americans who] think Hawley is more of a true conservative than McConnell, are Americans that have lost the thread.
     
    Trump supporters are not conservatives as you think of them, Pyotr.

    In fact, we are really quite sick and tired of conservatives, who are merely Leftists who are fifty years out of date.

    We are populists or civnats or nationalistss or libertarians, but, Pyotr, I know this will break your heart, but we hate and despise "conservatives"!

    Replies: @photondancer, @JM, @Rob McX, @Authenticjazzman, @Anonymous, @ivan, @Russ

    And it’s simply too funny that the average Trump supporter is more or less a journeyman, skilled his own trade, whereas the college graduates supporting Biden would have a hard time changing a light plug.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @ivan


    ...whereas the college graduates supporting Biden would have a hard time changing a light plug...
     
    Once they've extracted it from whichever orifice. Or, more likely, had some "journeyman" do it.
  352. Z-Man’s worth a read
    https://thezman.com/wordpress/

    Popular revolts in occidental countries tend to build slowly and then have a series of tremors before there is some clarifying event

  353. BEIRUT, LEBANON 8:00 A.M.) – The prominent Iraqi lawyer, Hayan al-Khayyat, told Russia’s Sputnik Agency on Thursday that the arrest warrant issued by the Rusafa Investigation Court, against US President Donald Trump, could see the issue of a death sentence.
    AMN News

  354. @JM
    @WLM

    'The Deplorables are the modern day sans culottes."

    I like that! A great historical analogy.

    America will transition (is transitioning) out of relatively peaceful political methods into more violent ones, but because it is a transition, people from both sides of the increasingly sharp political divide either tactically feign horror or are genuinely horrified.

    I fear that one day this will not be the case and people will accept the methods of the new stage as quite normal, though even here, leaps will occur, so that we may well also see a repetition of the kind of event that gave rise to the remark of Guizot on the English Revolution that ‘when the time came for drawing the sword, all were astonished and deeply moved...’

    Replies: @WLMIV

    Thanks for the thought. Nice quote. Thank you. My comment was something I shot off because I was and am so angry. This is the first time I have ever commented here. I see similarities to the French Revolution more than the Glorious Revolution but your quote is quite good and I will add it to a collection of quotes/poems that I keep. While indeed the Glorious Revolution was about central power (i.e. the King vs. Parliament), it was also about religion going back to Henry VIII and later the English Civil War among other things. France seems a little more relevant because of the dispossession of the Deplorables-Sans Culottes. I debated the use of the term America’s Second Revolution. One could argue 1812 was America’s Second Revolution.

    I see do Trump’s faults. Yet, I was willing to overlook these issues because overall he served my interests. My preferred choice has been Ron Paul or his son who I hope will take up the mantle for us. I do not know if I 100% trust Ted Cruz but he showed great courage. While I have no problem with religion I do worry that the Christian Conservatives allied to the Israel Lobby have misguided this nations foreign policy. This was likely my largest compliant with Trump. Giraldi is 100% correct (Angelo Codevilla has made many points I have discussed with my friends as well). This makes me wary of Cruz, but I also realize that a President must make coalitions to rule the country, but not to its detriment.

    I will say that I am angered by the Republican condemnations of what happened. People had no outlet for recourse. We are told that Deplorable interrupted the democratic process. Yet, the democratic process was broken by an outright fraudulent election. We now see the Constitution is in tatters despite the fact that it was torn up a long time ago. I go back to the Civil War Wilson and FDR’s creation of the corporate state through the New Deal and his provocation of World War II.

    I am not sure if the right should be backing down in the name of political civility. When has it ever been shown to us? We now see the charade for what is. We suffered under BLM-Antifa terrorism throughout the second half of 2020. We suffered under four years of coup attempts and inside sabotage against president Trump. It has been years of derision from the establishment and the left. They did all they could to destroy the one president who at least heard the voice of the Deplorables – the forgotten men who run this country but have somehow become second class in the name of creating a phony egalitarianism.

    I suffer (and have suffered cancel culture went for me as early as 2010) in my profession with an outright thought control forcing a cognitive dissonance on me. By standing up on January 6, 2020 the Deplorables were heard. Calling it our Bastille Day is a way to fight back. It is the political elites who want to condemn what happened because they have a stake in trying to preserve the system which is clearly now seen as fraudulent. Republican claims of political principle are baseless oaths when the concept of republican democracy does not function and works against the citizens who it claims to serve.

    Thank you for the thoughts.

    • Agree: Lost American
    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @WLMIV


    I am not sure if the right should be backing down in the name of political civility. When has it ever been shown to us? We now see the charade for what is.
     
    You confuse civility with weakness. What happened to "speak softly, but carry a big stick"? Rudeness will not make the other side bleed.

    David Hines gets right to the point in Ron's old organ:


    https://www.theamericanconservative.com/articles/how-the-right-can-organize-like-the-left/


    "Actual material loss." That's the key. People who stuffed ballot machines like Christmas geese should be going to prison, or receiving immunity for fingering their bosses. All involved should face lustration, barred from ever holding office.

    The Fascist party has been banned in Italy, the National Socialists in Germany and Austria, and the Communists in the Baltics. The historical record of the Democrats is as bad as, and much longer than, these parties'. Why aren't they banned here? They're not even made to pay for any of their crimes.


    The Afghans know how to give lefties what they have coming:


    Najibullah was at the UN compound when the Taliban soldiers came for him on the evening of 26 September 1996. The Taliban abducted him from UN custody and tortured him to death, and then dragged his dead, castrated body behind a truck through the streets of Kabul. His brother, Shahpur Ahmadzai, was given the same treatment. Najibullah and Shahpur's bodies were hanged [sic] from a traffic light pole outside the Arg presidential palace the next day in order to show the public that a new era had begun. The Taliban prevented Islamic funeral prayers for Najibullah and Shahpur in Kabul, but the bodies were later handed over to the International Committee of the Red Cross who in turn sent their bodies to Gardez in Paktia Province, where both of them were buried after the Islamic funeral prayers for them by their fellow Ahmadzai tribesmen.

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


     

    Replies: @GeneralRipper, @JackOH

    , @Jonathan Mason
    @WLMIV

    But there is no evidence that this was an outright fraudulent election!

    Trump won in the first place by an absolute fluke, when he didn't even take running for president seriously, because his opponent was so much disliked, and because Hillary couldn't turn out the black vote like Barack Obama did.

    Trump shows himself to be completely unsuited for the office of President almost from day one, and was regarded as a clown by the leaders of the countries which are the United States best allies.

    It became apparent pretty early on that he was either suffering from dementia or some form of progressive insanity. In my opinion he might well have some of the symptoms of tertiary neurosyphilis, but that is just a theory.

    Almost from day one he started spewing out lies everyday, even the most obvious lies that could be easily checked.

    On the political front almost everything he did turn to mush, and he showed no aptitude whatsoever for working with Congress.

    How long ago was it that he was talking about a permanent solution for DACA? And what happened?

    What happened to his brilliant healthcare plan that was going to replace Obamacare and provide affordable health for everybody with cheaper drugs?

    Some world leaders have done a better job than others with regard to the Covid-19 pandemic, but can anybody really claim that the United States led the world in responding to the threat from this disease?

    How is the United States doing now against Covid-19? Vaccinations are behind schedule and the numbers of people dying rocketing. Can anybody really claim that Trump did a fantastic job of appointing competent people to advise him, devised a competent plan, and competently executed it?

    So after 4 years of pratfalls almost every day, with America's status in the world much diminished, Trump runs for reelection and miraculously wins the number of states including Florida which is usually considered to be a marginal state, but loses an election in which a few states are quite close.

    The miracle is that 70 million people actually voted for Trump, who by any standards has been the worst president ever.

    Many people would think that the election must have been fixed for Trump to win any states at all. It is very suspicious that a lot of the states that Trump won had Republican governors.

    The final referendum was in Georgia, where voters had the opportunity to block Biden's legislative program, but they chose not to.

    At this point Trump was siding with Bernie Sanders and asking for a $2,000 per person stimulus payment, while the Republican senators in Georgia were opposed to the popular measure. Clearly the Republican senators in Georgia were throwing themselves on their swords and behind Biden in an anything but Trump move.

    So Trump's defeat in the election was totally expected, even by a completely uninspiring candidate such as Biden.

    Biden did not need to fix the election. Trump did all the work for him.

    As I said the only suspicious thing about the election was that Trump got more votes than anybody could have expected.

  355. @Steve Sailer
    @WLM

    Paragraph breaks are a good thing.

    Replies: @Parsnipitous, @JM, @Wizard of Oz, @WLMIV

    Thank you. This is the first time I ever posted here. I have been reading this site for a couple of years. All of my posting have always been scrunched up so I figured that was the same here. If I post again, I will be more careful.

    I read you on Taki often. I love Taki. He is great! I never had a chance to say this, so would you tell him this for me. I must admit I am little disappointed with Pat’s column today though. Everyone is abandoning President Trump like rats on a sinking ship. I am not sure if I will ever believe in the USA regarding how it is constructed now. I was an early subscriber to the New American before it was hijacked.

    I have been to Greece twice (I have seen a little of the world having been to nearly every continent). I just love the place. Too bad it is such an economic mess. The problem may go back to the switcharoo of kings or plain old British interference in Greece’s affairs. In 1914 the British decried the German violation of Belgian neutrality, but had no problem invading a neutral Greece with a German king to prepare for Galipoli in 1915. I can go on…

    Thank you for taking the time to even look at my comment. Again, I will be more careful with my writing.

    • Replies: @WLMIV
    @WLMIV

    I was wondering...seeing that Democrats have foisted their crimes on to Trump and will come after him... do you think Trump will likely resign the day before the inauguration and then have Mike Pence grant him immunity from prosecution? Is that possible?

  356. @JM
    @Carolyn Yeager

    Jobs and safety - including of relatives - are often threatened. I know what your argument is, but this demand is also often used by state operatives or their narks. 'Doxing' is one manifestation of it.

    Replies: @Carolyn Yeager

    I know what your argument is

    And I yours. Yours does not apply in all cases. Where it doesn’t, it encourages cowardice and hypocrisy.

  357. Anonymous[290] • Disclaimer says:
    @JM
    Summing up, something I posted on another (YouTube) blog: (the Washington Event was...) Too late. Should have been directed against Plutocrat-Democrat sponsored riots that burned large parts of US cities to the ground. A tall order, but failure to stop this initiative was the beginning of the end of Trump's Presidency. The initiative was then LOST...

    I - as an active participant - saw the same thing when a CIA sponsored coup was directed against an (essentially, though somewhat ambiguous...a bit like Trump) patriotic government of my country 45 years' ago. Then the working people - VERY strong then - were held back by their treacherous - placed - "leaders" with the confident claim that "the people would decide"...the election was a landslide against the government as all the cowardly social elements stampeded in the direction of the defaulted "strength". Of course in the case of the Presidential election, the latter was represented by shameless vote stacking, made possible only by the dereliction of duty in the immediate past.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Corvinus

    I – as an active participant – saw the same thing when a CIA sponsored coup was directed against an (essentially, though somewhat ambiguous…a bit like Trump) patriotic government of my country 45 years’ ago.

    I saw the same thing in the US. In the late 1990s Pat Buchanan was trying to become a Presidential nominee. I was chosen, apparently as a deniable cutout, to pose as aide to the leader of the fundamental Protestant congregations in a large Southern city (has a large pyramid in its downtown) for a regional meeting of all such informal leaders throughout the Southwest. The meeting was an executive session, and there were 10-12 leaders attending (they had no aides or other people with them).

    The meeting was a bit of a shock. The person who called it gave a short and brutal speech, to the effect that “I support Buchanan, but my political handlers have told me that they will cut of me and my organization if I do or say anything to express this support”. The other leaders had not visible reaction, but later complied with the implicit order. The speaker was controlled opposition, a single point agent/cutout responsible for recruiting and controlling similar leaders throughout the South and Southwest region.

    The Moral Majority and similar “fundamentalist” organizations of the late 1980s were controlled opposition.

    I would suspect that the major US Protestant denominations have been “controlled opposition” ever since the 1950s, when churches gave control of sermons to the Federal Government in exchange for being tax exempt (http://jesus-is-savior.com/Evils%20in%20Government/Police%20State/501c3_unbiblical.htm) . Catholic churches “controlled opposition” since the publicized “sex crimes with minors” publicity campaign.

    “God is dead! God remains dead! And we have killed him! How can we console ourselves, the murderers of all murderers! The holiest and the mightiest thing the world has ever possessed has bled to death under our knives: who will wipe this blood from us? ”

    Not just God, either. As of now, every US institution in existence has lost legitimacy, “is dead”. Some of the main tools for the Establishment, the “controlled opposition”, and the supposition that “no reasonable man can believe government would actually do something so self defeating” now fail when they are applied. They fail just as badly as appeals to Christianity.

    If you want validation the “lost legitimacy” assertion, take a look at Bitcoin price over the past week. It’s panic buying by institutions that drives Bitcoin’s rise, and that of the general cryptocurrency sector (to see the rise, follow URL: https://www.coingecko.com). (the preceding is not financial advice — except the general observation that panics tend to be highly volatile. What zooms will often zoom down.) The panic is from having nothing to trust. When there is no real trust, apparently cryptocurrency distributed trust auditor networks become dominant (see: https://www.cs.columbia.edu/~angelos/Papers/2004/tmreview.pdf).

  358. @Kolya Krassotkin
    @blaqua

    Thank you. As you noted, this was tragic, but compared to all the murders and chaos, with property damage in untold billions, unleashed on the innocent by the anti-fa and BLM the last several years, this was a tempest in a teapot.

    The difference this time was that these were mostly white people who were mostly conservative. The BLM and anti-fa rioters were disproportionately poc's and leftwingers.

    That the seriousness of a crime is now not primarily based upon the nature of the crime, but, instead, who commits the crime and who the victim is is more proof that the United States has become a banana republic.

    Replies: @blaqua

    Wisely pointed out! And since the vast majority of ‘perpetrators’ are white patriots and the ‘victim’ is the State itself, the seriousness of the smashed windows and glasses has been blown up and the State rushed to release a Wanted Poster, at least 90% comprised of whites:
    https://nypost.com/2021/01/07/dc-police-release-photos-of-suspects-in-us-capitol-siege/
    https://www.thebritishjournal.com/world/dc-police-release-photos-of-suspects-in-us-capitol-siege-thebritishjournal-397075-2021/

  359. A little late but uplifting news for you:
    On the north side of the capital (not a lot of footage there that I saw), there was a “media area” that include The WP. A few exiting the area saw them (msm), confronted them, and they panic evacuated, leaving equipment behind.

    Equipment that is no longer usable.

    This from an eyewitness.

  360. A little late but uplifting news for you:
    On the north side of the capital (not a lot of footage there that I saw), there was a “media area” that include The WP. A few exiting the area saw them (msm), confronted them, and they panic evacuated, leaving equipment behind.

    Equipment that is no longer usable.

    This from eyewitness.

  361. @Stonewall Jackson
    LARPers Sailer? What have you actually done except blog to change the trajectory of things? Whine about how your are getting run over? Whine about being deplatformed? Write here on Unz's blog... a guy who loves demographic change... Well the sumbitch got it good and hard... Georgia has lots of cholos... I bet looking out of his navel gazing he doesn't even know that. Yup. Turned the state blue... just like his beloved cholos turned Virginia red by the minute... Amnesty is coming Unz you ccksucker...

    So keep on blogging... until they make this a hate crime... and that is coming... You gonna get off your ass then?

    Replies: @Matt Buckalew, @scrivener3, @Anonymous, @Colin Wright, @Dr. X, @MEH 0910, @Inselaffen, @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race

    What has your ass done besides comment on this blog?

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race


    What has your ass done besides comment on this blog?

     

    On the other hand, you just labeled me a "troll" for opposing Puerto Rican statehood. That's enough to maske us wonder about your own worldview.

    Replies: @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race

  362. @WLMIV
    @Steve Sailer

    Thank you. This is the first time I ever posted here. I have been reading this site for a couple of years. All of my posting have always been scrunched up so I figured that was the same here. If I post again, I will be more careful.

    I read you on Taki often. I love Taki. He is great! I never had a chance to say this, so would you tell him this for me. I must admit I am little disappointed with Pat's column today though. Everyone is abandoning President Trump like rats on a sinking ship. I am not sure if I will ever believe in the USA regarding how it is constructed now. I was an early subscriber to the New American before it was hijacked.

    I have been to Greece twice (I have seen a little of the world having been to nearly every continent). I just love the place. Too bad it is such an economic mess. The problem may go back to the switcharoo of kings or plain old British interference in Greece's affairs. In 1914 the British decried the German violation of Belgian neutrality, but had no problem invading a neutral Greece with a German king to prepare for Galipoli in 1915. I can go on...

    Thank you for taking the time to even look at my comment. Again, I will be more careful with my writing.

    Replies: @WLMIV

    I was wondering…seeing that Democrats have foisted their crimes on to Trump and will come after him… do you think Trump will likely resign the day before the inauguration and then have Mike Pence grant him immunity from prosecution? Is that possible?

  363. I am not aware, because in an article ostensibly devoted to it, Sailer barely mentions how much of the invasion of the Capitol he actually watched, but I was glued to my computer screen and watched every minute of it.

    What I and the world saw throughout the day who clearly were the invaders, hundreds of white men, mostly young, many in military garb and some branding potentially lethal weaponry good enough, at least to break windows. These individuals, according to Sailer and other writers featured on this web site including its founder and reigning intellect, Ron Unz, supposedly represent a higher and more intelligent form of human life than their fellow citizens born with darker skins.

    The latter know from experience that had they attempted such a feat they would have either been shot on the spot or beaten bloody. We already saw what happened when a much smaller contingent of individuals attempted to stage a peaceful protest outside the White House. They were met with tear gas and rubber bullets on the orders, apparently, on the would be dictator who Wednesday’s invaders of the Capitol had made their champion.

    That is the comparison that others aside from white supremacists like Sailer have been making about Wednesday’s events but at least he is consistent in his racist ideology.

    • Replies: @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race
    @Jeff Blankfort

    I hate the rubes who did this obscene act, but I would be fine if they defaced the so-called Black Lives Matter Plaza. That's obscene too. At the beginning of St. Floyd, NYTimes would show a girl photographed "painting a mural"--on somebody's private property! as if it were a little Negro Coloring Book.

    I'm so sick of racializing everything, but that's about the only thing I have in common with Trump-lovers. He's totally dangerous, and Pelosi got to General Milley just in time. Trump would be fine with a nuclear strike. He'll probably just die soon. Get bulimia full of Hamberders.

  364. @ivan
    @PhysicistDave

    And it's simply too funny that the average Trump supporter is more or less a journeyman, skilled his own trade, whereas the college graduates supporting Biden would have a hard time changing a light plug.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    …whereas the college graduates supporting Biden would have a hard time changing a light plug…

    Once they’ve extracted it from whichever orifice. Or, more likely, had some “journeyman” do it.

  365. @Wilkey
    @Corvinus

    A 15 word tweet, and your 13 word summary can’t even get it right.

    The tweet doesn’t say what you say it says. He could have died of a heart attack. He could have died on his way home from work. And it sure as hell doesn’t tell us that it was directly of even indirectly caused by Trump protestors.

    The last I heard there were four deaths attributed to the protests. One was the unarmed protestor we know was shot by the cop - Say, have they released his name yet? Do we know where he lives? Do we know who his wife is and where his kids go to school? The way we do with all the other officers in police-involved killings?

    Two others were due to “medical incidents” which happened during the protests, and another was away from the Capitol after the protests, but for some reasons still not known are being attributed to them. It’s amazing it’s taking so long for them to get all of this information out to us. It’s almost like they want to run up the death toll and blame Trump protestors for a lot more than they did.

    Replies: @Corvinus

  366. @Joseph Doaks
    @Anonymous

    "Equally disgusting is the condemnation by “conservative” talking heads of the patriots who stormed the Capitol today."

    Yes, many of the voices on conservative media I listened to respectfully (until today) have engaged in a round of pandering and virtue signalling as repulsive as that of any left-wing politician.

    A peacefully protesting, unarmed young woman was killed by a cop today. Speaking of alternative timelines, imagine that she was part of a black lives matter protest. There would be riots in half a dozen cities and rage against the police from every source, with demands for accountability, to include the identification and immediate firing of the guilty officer.

    But only Tucker Carlson even dared to mention the killing of this young woman by the brave policeman. She was only a LARPing deplorable and most likely white, so I guess that's OK then. Watch the incident disappear down the memory hole.

    Replies: @PhysicistDave, @Mr. Anon, @Dad Vader

    I saw the video of this poor girl being shot. She was murdered, shot point blank. When the camera shifted to show her on the floor, I saw a number of police behind her, doing nothing. What the hell is going on here? If the cops had acted they could have prevented this.

  367. @JM
    Summing up, something I posted on another (YouTube) blog: (the Washington Event was...) Too late. Should have been directed against Plutocrat-Democrat sponsored riots that burned large parts of US cities to the ground. A tall order, but failure to stop this initiative was the beginning of the end of Trump's Presidency. The initiative was then LOST...

    I - as an active participant - saw the same thing when a CIA sponsored coup was directed against an (essentially, though somewhat ambiguous...a bit like Trump) patriotic government of my country 45 years' ago. Then the working people - VERY strong then - were held back by their treacherous - placed - "leaders" with the confident claim that "the people would decide"...the election was a landslide against the government as all the cowardly social elements stampeded in the direction of the defaulted "strength". Of course in the case of the Presidential election, the latter was represented by shameless vote stacking, made possible only by the dereliction of duty in the immediate past.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Corvinus

    Speaking of a coup…

    Weapons known to be at Trump’s insurrection—an assault on the Capitol resulting in 50+ injuries/5 dead:

    Guns
    Bombs
    Molotov Cocktails
    Tasers
    Lead Pipes
    Clubs

    Crimes committed there.

    Homicide
    Felony Murder
    Incitement
    Theft/Looting
    Burglary
    Armed Assault
    Simple Assault
    Attempted Kidnapping
    Destruction of Property
    Destruction of Federal Monuments
    Trespassing

    Consider…

    Trump replaced Pentagon brass with stooges

    Trump announces DC rally for Election Count Day

    AG Barr resigns abruptly

    FBI warns Capitol about possible violence

    Pentagon denies equipment and manpower for Capitol

    Trump primes the crowd into strong-arming their way onto federal property

    • Troll: Tony Massey
  368. @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race
    @Stonewall Jackson

    What has your ass done besides comment on this blog?

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    What has your ass done besides comment on this blog?

    On the other hand, you just labeled me a “troll” for opposing Puerto Rican statehood. That’s enough to maske us wonder about your own worldview.

    • Replies: @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race
    @Reg Cæsar

    Wonder all you want. Ignore for you, I'm bored with your nonsense.

  369. @Derer
    @JohnnyWalker123

    But he also said "Go home, we want peace". I believe that filthy MSM dishonestly interfered in this election... they always highlight the negative but never the positive on Trump while withholding the Hunter Biden criminality which will bring down his senile daddy.

    Trump has huge following and I believe will succeed in creating a 3rd stream political movement to kick Schumers, Schieffs out from Washington.

    Replies: @Wizard of Oz

    You can’t create a movement when you are incompetent and have passed off every half competent person who tried working for you over a four year period.

  370. @WLMIV
    @JM

    Thanks for the thought. Nice quote. Thank you. My comment was something I shot off because I was and am so angry. This is the first time I have ever commented here. I see similarities to the French Revolution more than the Glorious Revolution but your quote is quite good and I will add it to a collection of quotes/poems that I keep. While indeed the Glorious Revolution was about central power (i.e. the King vs. Parliament), it was also about religion going back to Henry VIII and later the English Civil War among other things. France seems a little more relevant because of the dispossession of the Deplorables-Sans Culottes. I debated the use of the term America's Second Revolution. One could argue 1812 was America's Second Revolution.

    I see do Trump's faults. Yet, I was willing to overlook these issues because overall he served my interests. My preferred choice has been Ron Paul or his son who I hope will take up the mantle for us. I do not know if I 100% trust Ted Cruz but he showed great courage. While I have no problem with religion I do worry that the Christian Conservatives allied to the Israel Lobby have misguided this nations foreign policy. This was likely my largest compliant with Trump. Giraldi is 100% correct (Angelo Codevilla has made many points I have discussed with my friends as well). This makes me wary of Cruz, but I also realize that a President must make coalitions to rule the country, but not to its detriment.

    I will say that I am angered by the Republican condemnations of what happened. People had no outlet for recourse. We are told that Deplorable interrupted the democratic process. Yet, the democratic process was broken by an outright fraudulent election. We now see the Constitution is in tatters despite the fact that it was torn up a long time ago. I go back to the Civil War Wilson and FDR's creation of the corporate state through the New Deal and his provocation of World War II.

    I am not sure if the right should be backing down in the name of political civility. When has it ever been shown to us? We now see the charade for what is. We suffered under BLM-Antifa terrorism throughout the second half of 2020. We suffered under four years of coup attempts and inside sabotage against president Trump. It has been years of derision from the establishment and the left. They did all they could to destroy the one president who at least heard the voice of the Deplorables - the forgotten men who run this country but have somehow become second class in the name of creating a phony egalitarianism.

    I suffer (and have suffered cancel culture went for me as early as 2010) in my profession with an outright thought control forcing a cognitive dissonance on me. By standing up on January 6, 2020 the Deplorables were heard. Calling it our Bastille Day is a way to fight back. It is the political elites who want to condemn what happened because they have a stake in trying to preserve the system which is clearly now seen as fraudulent. Republican claims of political principle are baseless oaths when the concept of republican democracy does not function and works against the citizens who it claims to serve.

    Thank you for the thoughts.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Jonathan Mason

    I am not sure if the right should be backing down in the name of political civility. When has it ever been shown to us? We now see the charade for what is.

    You confuse civility with weakness. What happened to “speak softly, but carry a big stick”? Rudeness will not make the other side bleed.

    David Hines gets right to the point in Ron’s old organ:

    https://www.theamericanconservative.com/articles/how-the-right-can-organize-like-the-left/

    “Actual material loss.” That’s the key. People who stuffed ballot machines like Christmas geese should be going to prison, or receiving immunity for fingering their bosses. All involved should face lustration, barred from ever holding office.

    The Fascist party has been banned in Italy, the National Socialists in Germany and Austria, and the Communists in the Baltics. The historical record of the Democrats is as bad as, and much longer than, these parties’. Why aren’t they banned here? They’re not even made to pay for any of their crimes.

    The Afghans know how to give lefties what they have coming:

    Najibullah was at the UN compound when the Taliban soldiers came for him on the evening of 26 September 1996. The Taliban abducted him from UN custody and tortured him to death, and then dragged his dead, castrated body behind a truck through the streets of Kabul. His brother, Shahpur Ahmadzai, was given the same treatment. Najibullah and Shahpur’s bodies were hanged [sic] from a traffic light pole outside the Arg presidential palace the next day in order to show the public that a new era had begun. The Taliban prevented Islamic funeral prayers for Najibullah and Shahpur in Kabul, but the bodies were later handed over to the International Committee of the Red Cross who in turn sent their bodies to Gardez in Paktia Province, where both of them were buried after the Islamic funeral prayers for them by their fellow Ahmadzai tribesmen.

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

    • Replies: @GeneralRipper
    @Reg Cæsar


    The Fascist party has been banned in Italy, the National Socialists in Germany and Austria, and the Communists in the Baltics. The historical record of the Democrats is as bad as, and much longer than, these parties’. Why aren’t they banned here? They’re not even made to pay for any of their crimes.
     
    You know Reg, after reading your posts for a while, I've come to the conclusion that you're really a pretty good guy. Misguided for the most part but well meaning.

    The fact that you name only Democrats on par with Fascists and Communists and not the Gay Old Party simply confirms it...lol

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    , @JackOH
    @Reg Cæsar

    "The Fascist party has been banned in Italy, the National Socialists in Germany and Austria, and the Communists in the Baltics. The historical record of the Democrats is as bad as, and much longer than, these parties’. Why aren’t [the Democrats] banned here?"

    This is one of the most interesting comments I've read here. I don't have the chops to argue for the criminalization of the Democrat party. If I did, I'd start by examining the arguments banning Nazi and Communist parties in the countries you mentioned. Then, I'd look at my own area, where the Democrat party has been the transmission belt for Mob-"endorsed" candidates for decades (until recently).

    I don't know how you'd broach the criminalization of a political party without running into First Amendment issues. The exercise, though, would be good, and I'd probably stay silent on First Amendment problems if possible, and let the Democrats expend energy on explaining why they oughtn't to be banned.

    FWIW- we can crack wise all we want about the Democrats' "coalition of the fringes". Reality is they've got the power. We don't.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Reg Cæsar

  371. @photondancer
    @PhysicistDave

    "we are really quite sick and tired of conservatives, who are merely Leftists who are fifty years out of date"

    An astute observation which should be much more widely known than it is.

    Replies: @Wizard of Oz

    It naturally prompts one to remind myself about “a ceoconservative is a liberal who has been mugged by reality” and whether considerations of human nature and maybe education and technical change can lead to valid historical generalisations. (That is, how far back and how widely you can go exploring similar phenomena).

    I also wonder if Americans realise how far from any decent idea of democracy the money of the plutocrats has taken their country.

  372. @JohnnyWalker123
    https://twitter.com/BreitbartNews/status/1346984429940518912

    https://twitter.com/rehawitch/status/1346932584505352196

    Replies: @Old Prude, @Derer, @Malcolm X-Lax

    One of the stranger phenomena of the twitter age is how so many otherwise undistinguished Jewish blue checkmarks became so prominent so quickly. It ain’t the quality of their insights.

  373. @JM
    @Wizard of Oz

    Lol. Your special pleading will be to no avail. Just look at the agendas of the line up in your chosen video!

    BTW, the very best outcome for parasitic Australian "lawyers" would be to experience - in earnest - the greenhide goad of "professional" displacement by ethnic blow-ins, so deeply felt by most - scorned - working people. Then these (you?) creatures wouldn't be so well placed to self-righteously gloat from the sidelines.

    Replies: @Wizard of Oz

    I’m not sure what your point is. Do you know anything about Australian lawyers? How? What?

    Am I right in thinking that you regard me as complacently contrasting the Australian legal profession uncontaminated by affirmative action and seeking minority representation regardless of ability with the sad US situation? And are you accordingly gloating over the prospect of smart immigrants changing the Australian legal world to the disadvantage of its ethics and its old Australian practitioners? If so I think you underrate the acculturation process of years of legal education at universities and quasi apprenticeships with judges and senior practising lawyers.

  374. @Reg Cæsar
    @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race


    What has your ass done besides comment on this blog?

     

    On the other hand, you just labeled me a "troll" for opposing Puerto Rican statehood. That's enough to maske us wonder about your own worldview.

    Replies: @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race

    Wonder all you want. Ignore for you, I’m bored with your nonsense.

  375. @Anon
    The difference is that Wisconsin does not have federal powers, including nuclear weapons, that could be triggered by a President who is impetuous, and not thinking clearly. The “two-man rule” for using nuclear weapons does not apply to the President. I had been concerned about this regarding Mr. Biden, who certainly is impulsive and prone to confused thinking. Now people will have this worry regarding Mr. Trump. There is precedent for instituting a safeguard. When Nixon was in his last days, and manifesting severe stress and odd behavior, the secretary of state (or defense, I can’t recall which) quietly let it be known to the military that they should ignore presidential nuclear orders unless they hear from him that he concurs.

    Replies: @James O'Meara, @Reg Cæsar, @PhysicistDave, @Russ

    The difference is that Wisconsin does not have federal powers, including nuclear weapons, that could be triggered by a President who is impetuous, and not thinking clearly.

    But of course. So impetuous that he became the first president since Carter not to start a foreign conflict – a campaign promise kept (contrary to spurned suitor Ann Coulter’s latest rantings). No, the nukes Nancy frets over are pardons, declassifications, special counsels, and stolen laptops.

  376. @Jeff Blankfort
    I am not aware, because in an article ostensibly devoted to it, Sailer barely mentions how much of the invasion of the Capitol he actually watched, but I was glued to my computer screen and watched every minute of it.

    What I and the world saw throughout the day who clearly were the invaders, hundreds of white men, mostly young, many in military garb and some branding potentially lethal weaponry good enough, at least to break windows. These individuals, according to Sailer and other writers featured on this web site including its founder and reigning intellect, Ron Unz, supposedly represent a higher and more intelligent form of human life than their fellow citizens born with darker skins.

    The latter know from experience that had they attempted such a feat they would have either been shot on the spot or beaten bloody. We already saw what happened when a much smaller contingent of individuals attempted to stage a peaceful protest outside the White House. They were met with tear gas and rubber bullets on the orders, apparently, on the would be dictator who Wednesday's invaders of the Capitol had made their champion.

    That is the comparison that others aside from white supremacists like Sailer have been making about Wednesday's events but at least he is consistent in his racist ideology.

    Replies: @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race

    I hate the rubes who did this obscene act, but I would be fine if they defaced the so-called Black Lives Matter Plaza. That’s obscene too. At the beginning of St. Floyd, NYTimes would show a girl photographed “painting a mural”–on somebody’s private property! as if it were a little Negro Coloring Book.

    I’m so sick of racializing everything, but that’s about the only thing I have in common with Trump-lovers. He’s totally dangerous, and Pelosi got to General Milley just in time. Trump would be fine with a nuclear strike. He’ll probably just die soon. Get bulimia full of Hamberders.

  377. @Reg Cæsar
    @WLMIV


    I am not sure if the right should be backing down in the name of political civility. When has it ever been shown to us? We now see the charade for what is.
     
    You confuse civility with weakness. What happened to "speak softly, but carry a big stick"? Rudeness will not make the other side bleed.

    David Hines gets right to the point in Ron's old organ:


    https://www.theamericanconservative.com/articles/how-the-right-can-organize-like-the-left/


    "Actual material loss." That's the key. People who stuffed ballot machines like Christmas geese should be going to prison, or receiving immunity for fingering their bosses. All involved should face lustration, barred from ever holding office.

    The Fascist party has been banned in Italy, the National Socialists in Germany and Austria, and the Communists in the Baltics. The historical record of the Democrats is as bad as, and much longer than, these parties'. Why aren't they banned here? They're not even made to pay for any of their crimes.


    The Afghans know how to give lefties what they have coming:


    Najibullah was at the UN compound when the Taliban soldiers came for him on the evening of 26 September 1996. The Taliban abducted him from UN custody and tortured him to death, and then dragged his dead, castrated body behind a truck through the streets of Kabul. His brother, Shahpur Ahmadzai, was given the same treatment. Najibullah and Shahpur's bodies were hanged [sic] from a traffic light pole outside the Arg presidential palace the next day in order to show the public that a new era had begun. The Taliban prevented Islamic funeral prayers for Najibullah and Shahpur in Kabul, but the bodies were later handed over to the International Committee of the Red Cross who in turn sent their bodies to Gardez in Paktia Province, where both of them were buried after the Islamic funeral prayers for them by their fellow Ahmadzai tribesmen.

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


     

    Replies: @GeneralRipper, @JackOH

    The Fascist party has been banned in Italy, the National Socialists in Germany and Austria, and the Communists in the Baltics. The historical record of the Democrats is as bad as, and much longer than, these parties’. Why aren’t they banned here? They’re not even made to pay for any of their crimes.

    You know Reg, after reading your posts for a while, I’ve come to the conclusion that you’re really a pretty good guy. Misguided for the most part but well meaning.

    The fact that you name only Democrats on par with Fascists and Communists and not the Gay Old Party simply confirms it…lol

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @GeneralRipper


    The fact that you name only Democrats on par with Fascists and Communists and not the Gay Old Party simply confirms it…lol

     

    You have to go pretty far down the list of government crimes in US history before you get to one committed by anyone other than a Democrat. The GOP is, and always has been, irrelevant. You know that.


    FDR's idea of urban renewal:


    https://i.guim.co.uk/img/media/75f4f92e3912506e6d5c923d0a68c854f39d4045/0_182_2704_1622/master/2704.jpg?width=620&quality=85&auto=format&fit=max&s=774cfc27f795e65a54f3cb004ccf6323

  378. @WLMIV
    @JM

    Thanks for the thought. Nice quote. Thank you. My comment was something I shot off because I was and am so angry. This is the first time I have ever commented here. I see similarities to the French Revolution more than the Glorious Revolution but your quote is quite good and I will add it to a collection of quotes/poems that I keep. While indeed the Glorious Revolution was about central power (i.e. the King vs. Parliament), it was also about religion going back to Henry VIII and later the English Civil War among other things. France seems a little more relevant because of the dispossession of the Deplorables-Sans Culottes. I debated the use of the term America's Second Revolution. One could argue 1812 was America's Second Revolution.

    I see do Trump's faults. Yet, I was willing to overlook these issues because overall he served my interests. My preferred choice has been Ron Paul or his son who I hope will take up the mantle for us. I do not know if I 100% trust Ted Cruz but he showed great courage. While I have no problem with religion I do worry that the Christian Conservatives allied to the Israel Lobby have misguided this nations foreign policy. This was likely my largest compliant with Trump. Giraldi is 100% correct (Angelo Codevilla has made many points I have discussed with my friends as well). This makes me wary of Cruz, but I also realize that a President must make coalitions to rule the country, but not to its detriment.

    I will say that I am angered by the Republican condemnations of what happened. People had no outlet for recourse. We are told that Deplorable interrupted the democratic process. Yet, the democratic process was broken by an outright fraudulent election. We now see the Constitution is in tatters despite the fact that it was torn up a long time ago. I go back to the Civil War Wilson and FDR's creation of the corporate state through the New Deal and his provocation of World War II.

    I am not sure if the right should be backing down in the name of political civility. When has it ever been shown to us? We now see the charade for what is. We suffered under BLM-Antifa terrorism throughout the second half of 2020. We suffered under four years of coup attempts and inside sabotage against president Trump. It has been years of derision from the establishment and the left. They did all they could to destroy the one president who at least heard the voice of the Deplorables - the forgotten men who run this country but have somehow become second class in the name of creating a phony egalitarianism.

    I suffer (and have suffered cancel culture went for me as early as 2010) in my profession with an outright thought control forcing a cognitive dissonance on me. By standing up on January 6, 2020 the Deplorables were heard. Calling it our Bastille Day is a way to fight back. It is the political elites who want to condemn what happened because they have a stake in trying to preserve the system which is clearly now seen as fraudulent. Republican claims of political principle are baseless oaths when the concept of republican democracy does not function and works against the citizens who it claims to serve.

    Thank you for the thoughts.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Jonathan Mason

    But there is no evidence that this was an outright fraudulent election!

    Trump won in the first place by an absolute fluke, when he didn’t even take running for president seriously, because his opponent was so much disliked, and because Hillary couldn’t turn out the black vote like Barack Obama did.

    Trump shows himself to be completely unsuited for the office of President almost from day one, and was regarded as a clown by the leaders of the countries which are the United States best allies.

    It became apparent pretty early on that he was either suffering from dementia or some form of progressive insanity. In my opinion he might well have some of the symptoms of tertiary neurosyphilis, but that is just a theory.

    Almost from day one he started spewing out lies everyday, even the most obvious lies that could be easily checked.

    On the political front almost everything he did turn to mush, and he showed no aptitude whatsoever for working with Congress.

    How long ago was it that he was talking about a permanent solution for DACA? And what happened?

    What happened to his brilliant healthcare plan that was going to replace Obamacare and provide affordable health for everybody with cheaper drugs?

    Some world leaders have done a better job than others with regard to the Covid-19 pandemic, but can anybody really claim that the United States led the world in responding to the threat from this disease?

    How is the United States doing now against Covid-19? Vaccinations are behind schedule and the numbers of people dying rocketing. Can anybody really claim that Trump did a fantastic job of appointing competent people to advise him, devised a competent plan, and competently executed it?

    So after 4 years of pratfalls almost every day, with America’s status in the world much diminished, Trump runs for reelection and miraculously wins the number of states including Florida which is usually considered to be a marginal state, but loses an election in which a few states are quite close.

    The miracle is that 70 million people actually voted for Trump, who by any standards has been the worst president ever.

    Many people would think that the election must have been fixed for Trump to win any states at all. It is very suspicious that a lot of the states that Trump won had Republican governors.

    The final referendum was in Georgia, where voters had the opportunity to block Biden’s legislative program, but they chose not to.

    At this point Trump was siding with Bernie Sanders and asking for a $2,000 per person stimulus payment, while the Republican senators in Georgia were opposed to the popular measure. Clearly the Republican senators in Georgia were throwing themselves on their swords and behind Biden in an anything but Trump move.

    So Trump’s defeat in the election was totally expected, even by a completely uninspiring candidate such as Biden.

    Biden did not need to fix the election. Trump did all the work for him.

    As I said the only suspicious thing about the election was that Trump got more votes than anybody could have expected.

  379. @Reg Cæsar
    @WLMIV


    I am not sure if the right should be backing down in the name of political civility. When has it ever been shown to us? We now see the charade for what is.
     
    You confuse civility with weakness. What happened to "speak softly, but carry a big stick"? Rudeness will not make the other side bleed.

    David Hines gets right to the point in Ron's old organ:


    https://www.theamericanconservative.com/articles/how-the-right-can-organize-like-the-left/


    "Actual material loss." That's the key. People who stuffed ballot machines like Christmas geese should be going to prison, or receiving immunity for fingering their bosses. All involved should face lustration, barred from ever holding office.

    The Fascist party has been banned in Italy, the National Socialists in Germany and Austria, and the Communists in the Baltics. The historical record of the Democrats is as bad as, and much longer than, these parties'. Why aren't they banned here? They're not even made to pay for any of their crimes.


    The Afghans know how to give lefties what they have coming:


    Najibullah was at the UN compound when the Taliban soldiers came for him on the evening of 26 September 1996. The Taliban abducted him from UN custody and tortured him to death, and then dragged his dead, castrated body behind a truck through the streets of Kabul. His brother, Shahpur Ahmadzai, was given the same treatment. Najibullah and Shahpur's bodies were hanged [sic] from a traffic light pole outside the Arg presidential palace the next day in order to show the public that a new era had begun. The Taliban prevented Islamic funeral prayers for Najibullah and Shahpur in Kabul, but the bodies were later handed over to the International Committee of the Red Cross who in turn sent their bodies to Gardez in Paktia Province, where both of them were buried after the Islamic funeral prayers for them by their fellow Ahmadzai tribesmen.

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


     

    Replies: @GeneralRipper, @JackOH

    The Fascist party has been banned in Italy, the National Socialists in Germany and Austria, and the Communists in the Baltics. The historical record of the Democrats is as bad as, and much longer than, these parties’. Why aren’t [the Democrats] banned here?

    This is one of the most interesting comments I’ve read here. I don’t have the chops to argue for the criminalization of the Democrat party. If I did, I’d start by examining the arguments banning Nazi and Communist parties in the countries you mentioned. Then, I’d look at my own area, where the Democrat party has been the transmission belt for Mob-“endorsed” candidates for decades (until recently).

    I don’t know how you’d broach the criminalization of a political party without running into First Amendment issues. The exercise, though, would be good, and I’d probably stay silent on First Amendment problems if possible, and let the Democrats expend energy on explaining why they oughtn’t to be banned.

    FWIW- we can crack wise all we want about the Democrats’ “coalition of the fringes”. Reality is they’ve got the power. We don’t.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @JackOH


    FWIW- we can crack wise all we want about the Democrats’ “coalition of the fringes”. Reality is they’ve got the power. We don’t.
     
    I'd say that, objectively, we have the power and they don't. We control all land and also their sources of supply, also the transportation needed to deliver their supplies. Further, we're motivated now. There is nothing more to lose, our entire country having been stolen, and ourselves soon to be dispossessed.

    We (and I definitely include myself here) are obeying self imposed rules that no other group has to obey. We are trying to argue with enemies who use pilpul, doxing, canceling, street fighting, and ambushes like Charlotesville and Washington DC. We are trying to be nice and encouraging to enemies, because of the rule that one must make an enemy into a friend. We are thinking of "the good of society" while our children are beaten at school under the direction of obvious perverts whose career is destroying our children. We think of politics as we think of church services. We worry about depriving the people of democracy when people are deprived of democracy by stolen elections. Trump worried about invoking the Insurrection Act, Nixon about calling JFK on a stolen election in Chicago. Nixon did not charge the Pentagon Papers. The cumulative effect was the end of popular sovereignty in the US on 2020/11/03, and the end of right to peaceably assemble on 2021/01/06, cumulatively ending the legitimacy of the Federal Government. Our country is gone, transmogrified (https://www.dictionary.com/browse/transmogrify) in two day long events.

    Here are some starting points:

    a) Stop worrying about what you should do, start worrying about how you can stay alive. Biden/Harris will loot the rest of the US and the world to get funds to stabilize the cities, which is where Democrats live. Life will be hard in the countryside, harder in the cities, since those funds don't exist.

    b) Assume that your enemies will act as enemies (try to destroy your stuff, and kill you and your spouse and kids), that you have no friends who are enemies., Above all stop worrying about your enemies' welfare.

    c) Ignore groups you can't affect and who cannot affect you. Enslaved Blacks a hundred years ago are not your concern - they have all died by now, and cannot affect you. Jews are not your concern just now -- ignore but do not engage, you cannot affect them, they are heavily protected. Whites in opposition to you are your concern -- engage, do not ignore.

    d) Demand Social Justice, but only for yourself and your friends and allies. Figure out what "social justice" means to your group (consider "victory" as a possible meaning), then demand it and enforce the demands. This will take some work, but if successful your life will be easier.

    We as a group, like Trump, have commanding strategic advantages. You, like Trump, don't use them. You refuse to help your children, your parents, your spouse, and yourself except in ritual and counterproductive ways.

    Examples? Sending your kids to schools that cripple them is not helping your children. Sending parents to expensive nursing homes that isolate them is not helping your parents. Treating your spouse as an ideological opponent is not helping your spouse. And none of that is helping you, you need those people you are not helping.
    Even virtue signaling has become harmful to the signaler. Remember what happened to the White Women? Or the Protestant churches? Or the Catholic churches? Or the aged First Wave Feminists?

    Can't you at least try to stay alive and prevail, rather than believing enemy propaganda, sitting down in sackcloth and ashes, and bewailing your fate?

    Replies: @Tony Massey

    , @Reg Cæsar
    @JackOH


    I don’t know how you’d broach the criminalization of a political party without running into First Amendment issues.
     
    National Socialists aren't banned as a party, but as a criminal gang. Treat the Democrats like the Crips, the Bloods, and MS-13. They already act like they are!

    I get so sick of the mantra "kill the GOP; it's irrelevant". Uh, why not kill the relevant party instead?

    Then there's the constant criticism of that other mantra, "Democrats are the real racists". Well, is this true, or not? If it is, then use it to liquidate the party and disburse its assets to the victims.

    FWIW- we can crack wise all we want about the Democrats’ “coalition of the fringes”. Reality is they’ve got the power. We don’t.

     

    We've got common sense. And the land that feeds these goons.

    Replies: @JackOH

  380. Anonymous[290] • Disclaimer says:
    @JackOH
    @Reg Cæsar

    "The Fascist party has been banned in Italy, the National Socialists in Germany and Austria, and the Communists in the Baltics. The historical record of the Democrats is as bad as, and much longer than, these parties’. Why aren’t [the Democrats] banned here?"

    This is one of the most interesting comments I've read here. I don't have the chops to argue for the criminalization of the Democrat party. If I did, I'd start by examining the arguments banning Nazi and Communist parties in the countries you mentioned. Then, I'd look at my own area, where the Democrat party has been the transmission belt for Mob-"endorsed" candidates for decades (until recently).

    I don't know how you'd broach the criminalization of a political party without running into First Amendment issues. The exercise, though, would be good, and I'd probably stay silent on First Amendment problems if possible, and let the Democrats expend energy on explaining why they oughtn't to be banned.

    FWIW- we can crack wise all we want about the Democrats' "coalition of the fringes". Reality is they've got the power. We don't.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Reg Cæsar

    FWIW- we can crack wise all we want about the Democrats’ “coalition of the fringes”. Reality is they’ve got the power. We don’t.

    I’d say that, objectively, we have the power and they don’t. We control all land and also their sources of supply, also the transportation needed to deliver their supplies. Further, we’re motivated now. There is nothing more to lose, our entire country having been stolen, and ourselves soon to be dispossessed.

    We (and I definitely include myself here) are obeying self imposed rules that no other group has to obey. We are trying to argue with enemies who use pilpul, doxing, canceling, street fighting, and ambushes like Charlotesville and Washington DC. We are trying to be nice and encouraging to enemies, because of the rule that one must make an enemy into a friend. We are thinking of “the good of society” while our children are beaten at school under the direction of obvious perverts whose career is destroying our children. We think of politics as we think of church services. We worry about depriving the people of democracy when people are deprived of democracy by stolen elections. Trump worried about invoking the Insurrection Act, Nixon about calling JFK on a stolen election in Chicago. Nixon did not charge the Pentagon Papers. The cumulative effect was the end of popular sovereignty in the US on 2020/11/03, and the end of right to peaceably assemble on 2021/01/06, cumulatively ending the legitimacy of the Federal Government. Our country is gone, transmogrified (https://www.dictionary.com/browse/transmogrify) in two day long events.

    Here are some starting points:

    a) Stop worrying about what you should do, start worrying about how you can stay alive. Biden/Harris will loot the rest of the US and the world to get funds to stabilize the cities, which is where Democrats live. Life will be hard in the countryside, harder in the cities, since those funds don’t exist.

    b) Assume that your enemies will act as enemies (try to destroy your stuff, and kill you and your spouse and kids), that you have no friends who are enemies., Above all stop worrying about your enemies’ welfare.

    c) Ignore groups you can’t affect and who cannot affect you. Enslaved Blacks a hundred years ago are not your concern – they have all died by now, and cannot affect you. Jews are not your concern just now — ignore but do not engage, you cannot affect them, they are heavily protected. Whites in opposition to you are your concern — engage, do not ignore.

    d) Demand Social Justice, but only for yourself and your friends and allies. Figure out what “social justice” means to your group (consider “victory” as a possible meaning), then demand it and enforce the demands. This will take some work, but if successful your life will be easier.

    We as a group, like Trump, have commanding strategic advantages. You, like Trump, don’t use them. You refuse to help your children, your parents, your spouse, and yourself except in ritual and counterproductive ways.

    Examples? Sending your kids to schools that cripple them is not helping your children. Sending parents to expensive nursing homes that isolate them is not helping your parents. Treating your spouse as an ideological opponent is not helping your spouse. And none of that is helping you, you need those people you are not helping.
    Even virtue signaling has become harmful to the signaler. Remember what happened to the White Women? Or the Protestant churches? Or the Catholic churches? Or the aged First Wave Feminists?

    Can’t you at least try to stay alive and prevail, rather than believing enemy propaganda, sitting down in sackcloth and ashes, and bewailing your fate?

    • Replies: @Tony Massey
    @Anonymous

    Very good post,Sir.
    I think I'm starting to crack. Probably have been for awhile and haven't even realized it.
    I don't see where a fight is possible. I think we would just lose that much more.
    These people are pure evil and that's hard to defeat.
    I thank the gawds i have a gf that is the most ignorant person I've ever met when it comes to politics. She has no clue about anything going on and she's a much happier person than nearly all i know. She basically only cares about her kids and getting the bills paid.
    I get frustrated with her but she doesn't give a fuck.
    She's much happier than i am

    Replies: @Anonymous

  381. @JackOH
    @Reg Cæsar

    "The Fascist party has been banned in Italy, the National Socialists in Germany and Austria, and the Communists in the Baltics. The historical record of the Democrats is as bad as, and much longer than, these parties’. Why aren’t [the Democrats] banned here?"

    This is one of the most interesting comments I've read here. I don't have the chops to argue for the criminalization of the Democrat party. If I did, I'd start by examining the arguments banning Nazi and Communist parties in the countries you mentioned. Then, I'd look at my own area, where the Democrat party has been the transmission belt for Mob-"endorsed" candidates for decades (until recently).

    I don't know how you'd broach the criminalization of a political party without running into First Amendment issues. The exercise, though, would be good, and I'd probably stay silent on First Amendment problems if possible, and let the Democrats expend energy on explaining why they oughtn't to be banned.

    FWIW- we can crack wise all we want about the Democrats' "coalition of the fringes". Reality is they've got the power. We don't.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Reg Cæsar

    I don’t know how you’d broach the criminalization of a political party without running into First Amendment issues.

    National Socialists aren’t banned as a party, but as a criminal gang. Treat the Democrats like the Crips, the Bloods, and MS-13. They already act like they are!

    I get so sick of the mantra “kill the GOP; it’s irrelevant”. Uh, why not kill the relevant party instead?

    Then there’s the constant criticism of that other mantra, “Democrats are the real racists”. Well, is this true, or not? If it is, then use it to liquidate the party and disburse its assets to the victims.

    FWIW- we can crack wise all we want about the Democrats’ “coalition of the fringes”. Reality is they’ve got the power. We don’t.

    We’ve got common sense. And the land that feeds these goons.

    • Agree: Carolyn Yeager
    • Replies: @JackOH
    @Reg Cæsar

    Ron Unz has done a pretty good job in my opinion of demonstrating the "racketeerized" elements in our governance through his American Pravda series and elsewhere here.

    I'll admit I never thought of the idea of a ban on the party, the Democrats, that is most responsible for the raft of laws a lot of us here find destructive. My thinking was, I suppose, mostly conventional. You don't like a law or policy? Gather support to overturn that law, or to mitigate its impact. Yeah, and Mr. Smith Goes to Washington.

    You may be right to go after the Democrat party itself as a criminal organization. You may be massively right. I'm not sure, and as I'd mentioned, I don't have the chops.

    Ron, do you have an associate who has the skill set to make the case for the abolition of the Democrat party? (Might be a good exercise for a scholarly law student or law prof.)

  382. @GeneralRipper
    @Reg Cæsar


    The Fascist party has been banned in Italy, the National Socialists in Germany and Austria, and the Communists in the Baltics. The historical record of the Democrats is as bad as,