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It turns out that when you have only four cops to hold back a mob, and when two of the four are women, well, for most intents and purposes, you only have two cops.

 
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  1. Today’s disturbance in DC was a Jewish/Anti-Fa false flag attack.

  2. @JohnnyWalker123

    Question: Where were Anti-Fa today?
    Answer: They were rioting.

    Why did the cops just let them in? What sort of security is this? Have you ever seen anything like this? Rather suspicious….

    Another Reichstag fire.

    This was all pre-planned.

    The Jewish oligarchs sent Anti-Fa to the rally to start violence. These Anti-Fa were disguised as MAGA supporters.

    The Jewish oligarchs also used their extensive contacts (who are controlled through bribery and Epstein-style sexual blackmail) to get the Capitol police to stand down, and also delay the arrival of the National Guard.

    It’s interesting how quickly so many staff suddenly resigned from the Trump Whitehouse after this incident. It’s equally interesting how crazed a lot of politicians (both Democrats AND Republicans) are acting right now. It’s almost as if there’s some (((Tribe))) of people who are pulling strings behind the scenes.

  3. Anonymous[375] • Disclaimer says:

    It looks like the 2 male cops in the middle were holding their own, enough to keep the crowd at bay and not surging. But the 2 women cops on the flanks were easily knocked back, and just a bit of hesitation and a slight breach is enough to galvanize a crowd and make it surge with momentum.

  4. anon[323] • Disclaimer says:
    @JohnnyWalker123

    Get a clue. The police were completely overwhelmed and surrounded. The one person they shot was a lady Air Force vet in a small group. If a cop had shot someone in the mob, they would have been torn to pieces. Suspect most cops correctly thought it’s not worth being maimed for Pelosi or McConnell.

  5. Four cops, two of them women? No problem. Remember:

    “As horrific as this tragedy was, if our diversity becomes a casualty, I think that’s worse.”

    • LOL: Bardon Kaldian, TWS
  6. Wilkey says:

    Note how at 1:02 one of the female cops is knocked down onto the stairs and a protestor rushes to help her up.

    At 1:06 one of the protestors gets into the first scuffle with the cops, and other protestors pull him off.

    These are really well-behaved protestors. The only damage I’ve seen is a handful of broken windows.

    At 1:16 the firsts real fists are thrown – and it’s a cop who starts throwing them.

    One dead person – an unarmed protestor killed by cops. I have yet to see any video that suggests the cops had any justifiable reason to shoot at all.

    This protest will get infinitely more attention than last summer’s riots, but the riots last summer caused several thousand times as much damage, which were estimated to be in the billions. The damage today was probably only a few thousand dollars, at most. I’m just bummed they didn’t pull down any statues.

    • Thanks: Polistra
    • Replies: @Hypnotoad666
    , @Sol
  7. Lot says:
    @JohnnyWalker123

    Sir, this is Arby’s, and there’s a line behind you.

  8. @JohnnyWalker123

    Here’s evidence that Anti-Fa is a Jewish-controlled militia/terrorist organziation/private army.

    https://www.unz.com/estriker/brooklyn-synagogue-to-host-antifa-rock-concert-and-fundraiser/

    Orthodox Brooklyn Synagogue to Host “Antifa” Rock Concert and Fundraiser

    Congregation Beth Jacob Ohev Shalom in Williamsburg, Brooklyn will be hosting one of the largest gatherings of “antifa” in New York City in recent memory this Saturday.

    The event is being headlined by “antifa” punk band (A) Truth, whose lead singer and drummer Christian Erazo also runs its sponsors “EastRev” (an anarchist punk record label) and “Brigada 71,” a soccer hooligan gang affiliated with the New York Cosmo

    Ant-Fa had vandalized Churches, but they are very respectful around Synagogues. Why?

    Here’s Haaretz, which is a very respected and popular publication in Israel.

    https://www.haaretz.com/us-news/.premium-attacks-on-antifa-are-attacks-on-jews-1.8902330

    Trump’s Attacks on Antifa Are Attacks on Jews

    Here’s JWeekly.

    https://www.jweekly.com/2020/06/04/white-house-amplifies-rumor-that-la-chabad-is-fueling-antifa-and-professional-anarchists/

    White House amplifies rumor that LA Chabad is fueling ‘antifa and professional anarchists’

    Here’s Washington Post.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/the-original-antifa-jews-fighting-american-nazis/2017/09/05/6899e190-9189-11e7-8482-8dc9a7af29f9_story.html

    The original ‘antifa’: Jews fighting American Nazis

    If you want to find out which ethnic group started Anti-Fa, see below.

    https://www.huckmag.com/perspectives/activism-2/remembering-the-anti-fascist-jewish-radicals-of-the-40s/

    Remembering the anti-fascist Jewish radicals of the ’40s

    Here’s the Facebook site for the Berlin branch of “Jewish Anti-Fa.”

    https://www.facebook.com/JewishAntiFaBerlin/

    TLDR Summary: Anti-Fa is a Jewish organization.

  9. anon[134] • Disclaimer says:
    @Gary in Gramercy

    Four cops, two of them women? No problem.

    Exactly as someone planned. This “defense” was theater. Those cops were pawns.

  10. tyrone says:
    @JohnnyWalker123

    There’s a cadre of antifa that are well trained,ruthless and tough …..your average Deplorable is a babe in the woods by comparison …..total setup.

    • Agree: JohnnyWalker123
    • Replies: @Anonymous
  11. Neoconned says:

    Few years back my family hired an attorney because a relative got arrested for basically talking back to the cop & then got drug out and beat up and charged with a slew of resisting arrest type charges…..long story short an old neighbor recommended his old divorce attorney….

    We did and I’ll never forget an anecdote he told about how when the now deceased idiot sheriff promoted some female deputy from patrol to detective she went nuts & started aggressively going after male domestic violence suspects. Anyway the lawyer had a client who was accused by his malicious mother in law of a nasty custody fight of molesting his kids.

    After a nasty arrest & having his name smeared in the newspapers by this idiot female cop he was exhonerated in court and the sheriff sued. The female detective was demoted to school security guard….

    Another case i recall….i saw the released video with horrible sound of a young female cop tazing the sh-t out of this old man……old man is on the ground writhing in pain and she keeps screaming STOP RESISTING! STOP MOVING! before shooting and killing him…..she was ruled justified even though he was unarmed…..

    These 2 incidents plus personal experiences taught me rich and vividly to avoid female cops like the plague and when they do harass you agree with them…..its kinda like having a 12 yr old put an AK47 in your face…..you comply with what they want…..or…..put quite simply you are going to die…..

    • Replies: @Elli
    , @Orville H. Larson
  12. Neoconned says:
    @JohnnyWalker123

    Hey aren’t you the dude who does all the Epstein posts?

    I was going thru cleaning up my old favorites list today when i noticed 2 old Epstein articles….i posted 2 in another thread here….

    Anyway Epsteins last living cellmate…..some latino guy died “of natural causes” even though he was in his 30s or 40s….written off as diabetes….

    Then remember the latino judge who saw his Deutschebank trial? Her home was attacked the other month by some wacko who shot and killed her son & shot her husband while trying to wack her……

    Isn’t it funny how these witnesses are getting the same treatment of many of the people who witnessed the OKC Bombing? Being found in the woods randomly “suicided”…..

    • Agree: Kronos, JohnnyWalker123
  13. AKAHorace says:

    Slightly off topic, but election fraud used to be something that the left worried about:
    https://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2019/07/computer-scientists-worry-over-election-security-georgia/593497/

    • Replies: @El Dato
  14. @Wilkey

    One dead person – an unarmed protestor killed by cops. I have yet to see any video that suggests the cops had any justifiable reason to shoot at all.

    The various black martyrs held up by the MSM for propaganda always turn out to have been wielding knives or guns, or otherwise attacking the police who acted in self defense.

    It’s crystal clear in the video, however, that this unarmed young woman was shot in the back of her head (or neck) because she was trying to go through a barricaded door. They could have easily restrained or arrested her. Instead, some cowardly cop executed her in cold blood.

    • Thanks: Polistra, HammerJack
  15. anon[958] • Disclaimer says:
    @JohnnyWalker123

    Now:

    Two Congressmen and a flood of online commenters are spreading the baseless conspiracy theory that an antifa false flag operation was to blame for storming the Capitol today.

    It’s straight out of the Trump playbook.https://t.co/zEvVaigHlB

    — Jerusalem (@JerusalemDemsas) January 7, 2021

    Then:

    Police: Richmond riots instigated by white supremacists disguised as Black Lives Matter

    https://www.wsls.com/news/virginia/2020/07/27/police-richmond-riots-instigated-by-white-supremacists-disguised-as-black-lives-matter/

  16. duncsbaby says:

    I know I’m going to get shit on mightily by my fellow Unzers but I’ve been dreading this Jan. 6th Trump-promoted protest for some time. I knew it was going to be pointless when it came to changing the outcome of the probably rigged election and as well there would be great opportunity for counter protesters from antifa/BLM showing up and when the MAGAs reacted the media would spotlight it as right wing violence. The Democratic Party/MSM got exactly what they wanted in spades. They’ll be dining out on this for the next four years.
    Once the loosely held barricades were breached it was time for any sane person to walk the other way. But mobs have their own mentality whether on the side of angels or devils. That gal who got shot didn’t get what she deserved as she crawled through the broken window towards armed cops but she got what was to be expected in the chaos. Her act was one of rank stupidity. If it had been a black woman in a BLM riot I would’ve thought the same thing.
    Sorry, guys but this day of rampant idiocy will be the final crackdown the Left needs. It will all be our fault from now on.

    • Agree: Cortes
  17. TB says:

    Off topic of course ; A musical break from the madness.

    Euros don¨t listen to hip-hop anymore. For a while it has been french and rus electronic music, which is on another level productionwise.

    Examples:

    Have a nice day.

    • Thanks: Kronos
    • Replies: @James Speaks
  18. Neoconned says:

    OT: damn this hot air force vet chick died today in the protests…..leave your women at home fellas….

    • Replies: @Polistra
    , @Slim
  19. @JohnnyWalker123

    It’s straight out of the Trump playbook.

    As was moving the embassy, Miz Jerusalem.

  20. anonymous[880] • Disclaimer says:

    Invading Iran would help unite the country.

    • LOL: Old Prude
    • Replies: @nebulafox
  21. Anonymous[175] • Disclaimer says:

    Personally, I blame it all on Vladimir Putin.

  22. AndrewR says:
    @JohnnyWalker123

    You sound like the Demoncrats blaming BLM riots on “white supremacists.”

    • Agree: duncsbaby
  23. @Hypnotoad666

    If you’re trying to create a narrative that a “coup” almost happened, it won’t be truly convincing unless somebody dies. So my guess is that the cops got orders to kill someone.

    This was all pre-planned well in advance.

    In my above posts, I extensively documented evidence of (((Anti-Fa))) activity at today’s disturbance.

    I also pointed out that it’s interesting how light security was around the Capitol. Given how heavily policed the area usually is and given how much fear of Trump supporters exists, why was security so light?

    Now you are seeing all these Trump WH staff members “spontaneously” resign, while the politicians (even Republicans) are comparing today’s event to “Pearl Harbor.”

    Here’s a question. If what happened today was so terrifying, why didn’t these “pro-Trump rioters” hurt or kill any of the politicians? What’s the deal?

    When people stage an “insurrection,” aren’t they usually ready to kill their enemies?

    I’m telling you. This entire “coup” was fake. Financed by Jewish oligarchs, executed by the Deep State, and hyped by their various media&political assets. Fake and pre-planned.

    It’s a false flag designed to justify the harsh repression of Trump and his MAGA movement.

    Already, Trump has been told that he will soon be permanently banned from Twitter if he keeps posting “controversial” comments. Already, we see thousands of national guardsmen being sent to DC from around the country. Already, we see attempts to impeach and remove Trump, which would make him permanently legally ineligible to run for office.

    The reality is that no “coup” happened today.

    The real coup was staged by Jewish elites (with assistance from Black political machines) on election day. This coup is now being solidified, with today’s false flag providing a justification for the coming repression.

    TLDR Summary: Trump supporters didn’t stage a “coup” today. It was a Jewish-organized false flag.

    • Agree: sulu
  24. Sorry if repeat, should read: Fiery but mostly peaceful protest at Capitol.

  25. Anonymous[175] • Disclaimer says:

    Human blood was shed yesterday on the floor of the US Capitol building.

    Of course, “liberals” claim that they dislike nothing more than the spilling of human blood – witness the hysterics over the granting of the execution of a woman guilty of ripping a child from the womb of a murdered woman.

    Alas, those shot dead on the floor of the US Capitol were ‘Trump supporters’ – therefore as far as ‘liberals’ are concerned, their blood is damned, and the shedding of their blood and the extinction of their lives is a fact to be celebrated with a muttered ‘good’ and ‘they deserved it’, ‘rednecks’ etc etc.
    Suppose, for one moment, that the lives of black protestors storming the Capitol were taken. Imagine the lamentations, wailing and gnashing of teeth, rending of garments etc etc from the liberals. Imagine the worldwide reverberations, the instant canonization etc etc.

    • Replies: @El Dato
    , @Joseph Doaks
  26. Anonymous[585] • Disclaimer says:

    2 girls, 1 cop.

  27. Kronos says:

    It turns out that when you have only four cops to hold back a mob, and when two of the four are women, well, for most intents and purposes, you only have two cops.

    All female police personal should be required to undergo aggressive steroid treatment. This approach will minimize male/female biological differences in size and physical ability. This’ll allow females to more easily subdue (as long as they’re not Black) those who are resisting/intimidating law enforcement.

  28. @JohnnyWalker123

    “This was all pre-planned well in advance.”

    This was all a lot of chaotic nonsense. Nobody planned anything.

  29. @JohnnyWalker123

    We went through all the evidence this over summer: Antifa arrestees tend to be German and Anglo nobodies with criminal records. It’s big in places with few Jews like Minneapolis and Seattle. In contrast, Beverly Hills in 2020 was a rare place where Trump supporters could rally with police protection from Antifa.

  30. You could have had four male cops standing there, and the outcome would have been the same, so what’s your point?

    • Agree: George
  31. El Dato says:
    @AKAHorace

    That might seem like a straightforward solution, but a series of studies since 2008 has tested the notion that voters using a touch-screen or other electronic machine will or can verify their votes on a printed ballot. The answer is mostly no. Last year, DeMillo collaborated on a study of voter interaction with one such system used during the 2018 Tennessee primary elections. The analysis came to two troubling conclusions: Most voters don’t bother to verify paper-ballot summary cards, and a significant percentage can’t recall the selections they made on the computer touch screen anyway—even when they had cast their votes just moments before.

    At that point, all discussion becomes mood because things are irretrievably PEBKAC (Problem exists between keyboard and chair). Why even have secure voting machines if the consensus is “Too dumb or unconcerned to vote”. You need to solve another problem than making voting machines secure.

  32. duncsbaby says:

    Ashli Babbit died for nothing. https://twitter.com/dailymail/status/1347106127050371073?s=21

    • Replies: @Joseph Doaks
  33. Ashli Babbitt, say her name…

    • Agree: Kyle, MBlanc46
  34. @TB

    It’s okay to be white.

    • Agree: Cloudbuster
  35. duncsbaby says:
    @Steve Sailer

    The cops unfortunately planned on the 1/6/21 protests being peaceful. They didn’t at all do a good job of protecting the Capitol. They were woefully undermanned and when the barricades were easily breached and people broke into the building, the police panicked. If the police had have taken a tough stance from the beginning as if this was antifa/BLM protesting, Ashli Babbit wouldn’t have been shot today.

    • Agree: George
  36. El Dato says:
    @Anonymous

    Bluechecks are pretty ok with the killing. 👌

    There is also a weird idea that Congress is some kind of Hallowed Hall of Democracy That Shall Not Be Invaded (and definitely not by MAGA types) instead of a glorified meeting bunker with free drinks where various people with psychological problems and income too than is good for them endlessly indulge in rituals of ineptitude. (How many tunnels do they have over there? I’m always reading about people be evacuated via tunnels, people rejoining from tunnels … must be a rat’s maze)

    Oh well. Quite a few people in that clip where more busy holding their recording devices with eyes glued to the screen instead of to reality. This is not the russian revolution.

    Also, bootlickers and subs of the world unit:

    ‘Disturbed, distressed & saddened’: World leaders react after violence grips US Capitol, urging calm & ‘respect for democracy’

    Democracy ‘must be respected’! France, UK & NATO condemn chaos in Washington, call for ‘peaceful transfer of power’

    The pseudo-leadership tweets from the moral high horse telling people to “respect da democracy and reject Orange Hitler” are immediately followed by tweets calling for hard punishement. Can’t make it up.

  37. Neoconned says:

    I’m going to use this moment to “clock out & go home” guys…..it really has been fun but with everything going online and with the antifa doxtards being funded by zillionaire financiers. I think its going to get ugly. I work 3 jobs in the service sector…..including doing food delivery.

    An acquaintance and my cousin are trying to get me into roofing…..its $150 per day, which isn’t the worst in the world but we’ll see what happens. My wife wants to start up a soap slash bath bomb business to sell to local botiques and pn the internet.

    I do ok for my rat stink ass part of the country so I’m going to do the only thing i can do…..instead of crying over spilled milk so to speak Im going to take care of myself and my family. I recently moved out to a farm with our own deep well. I’m getting into gardening more as a hobby but let’s see how & where it goes.

    Recently got into 1900s antique guns. I now own a few pistols. Fun little hobby. Now i just need ammunition and i should be good. Not much of a prepper but it is smart “to be prepared” for say small crap like a riot or a hurricane…..

    Got 1 or 2 more posts i will be making in the coming days but I’ll take a little break for now.

    • Agree: George
  38. There is, basically, your antifa …..

  39. @JohnnyWalker123

    “Imagine being so cowardly and devoid of soul that you attribute the courage and virtue of your countrymen to your enemy.”

  40. Cpluskx says:

    Trump (German descent) once again proved that democracy is a tradition of English speaking peoples. (as Bernard Lewis said)

  41. anon[304] • Disclaimer says:
    @duncsbaby

    The Democratic Party/MSM got exactly what they wanted in spades. They’ll be dining out on this for the next four years.

    I’m not sure about that. Unlike Charlottesville, the Left doesn’t have the neonazi / White supremacist angle. This time may be different. They’ve crossed a line by murdering an unarmed White woman and airforce vet for what amounts to a property crime, something the far Left spent all summer defending: “you can’t shoot looters because no one is hurt.” This feels more like a spiteful, authoritarian regime taking revenge on the prole masses for daring to embarrass them. The public also has the recent BLM riots as contrast. See the post above where some left-winger is attacking the right for using exactly the same rhetoric they used to excuse BLM violence this past summer. The hypocrisy is overwhelming. One poll reported by AK says a near majority of republicans support the protestors today. This may not turn out the way the regime expects in the long-term.

    Thích Quảng Đức

    Photographs taken by Malcolm Browne of the self-immolation quickly spread across the wire services and were featured on the front pages of newspapers worldwide. The self-immolation was later regarded as a turning point in the Buddhist crisis and a critical point in the collapse of the Diệm regime.

  42. @That Would Be Telling

    Anti-Fa caused a lot of destruction this summer.

    To be fair, the police stood down back then. Sort of like they did today.

    • Replies: @MEH 0910
  43. Polistra says:
    @duncsbaby

    Sorry, guys but this day of rampant idiocy will be the final crackdown the Left needs. It will all be our fault from now on.

    Speak for yourself. I had nothing to do with what happened today and neither did anyone I know. And the Left manufactures ‘justifications’ whenever it wants to. Having the MSM in their corner makes that possible–inevitable even. Your remarks are turbocharged concern troll.

    • Replies: @duncsbaby
  44. Polistra says:
    @Neoconned

    Forget your wife’s scheme but know that roofing is tough but honest work. It ranks very poorly in the work-injury quotient (so be sure your insurance is good) and the field is being overrun by cheap latino labor. But do what you have to do and take care of you and yours. Detaching from online drama is the right thing to do whenever it occurs to you.

    • Thanks: Neoconned
  45. Excal says:
    @Steve Sailer

    Maybe nobody planned anything. And maybe also there are people who, when they see an opportunity present itself, grab it and run with it.

  46. Pericles says:
    @duncsbaby

    If the police had have taken a tough stance from the beginning as if this was antifa/BLM protesting

    Yeah, if there’s anything we remember from this summer, it’s the tough stance of cops against antifa or BLM. Would you prefer to kneel or dance the macarena today, officer?

  47. @Steve Sailer

    I mashed the [Agree] button too quickly. I agree with “chaotic”, but not with “nonsense”. This was one historic event that I wish I’d been part of*. Does anyone here still think we are going to change the direction of this country away from the abyss just by voting and primarying people out, reforming the GOP and going to peaceful rallies?

    I am very glad the breach of the Capitol happened. Regarding Duncsbaby’s post, respectfully, how long can one keep going around saying “don’t cause any trouble. They’ll just make it worse for us, if we do”? In the long run, it’s GONNA BE WORSE, if we don’t do something sooner rather than later.

    It was very uplifting to me to watch these videos. This kind of thing tells me America still has a chance.

    .

    * I could have too, as I only decided to stay home last minute due to logistcs.

  48. @duncsbaby

    Ashli Babbit got shot during some violent confusion, but mostly because cops abuse their power quite often. Yeah it was a mess. There was NOBODY shooting at cops though. Did you notice that none of the patriots made any effort to hurt any cops other than to get past them and to defend themselves? If it weren’t for the Anarcho-Tyranny that things like this will eventually put a stop to, that cop would be charged with murder or manslaughter. I doubt that will happen. He’ll probably get a medal and get the Lon Horiuchi* treatment.

    Are you telling us, were it planned (I believe it was in no way planned), this whole thing should have been called off because someone might get hurt and even die? I’m really glad the American Revolutionists didn’t have this attitude.

    No, she didn’t die for nothing. This is just the start and a big encouragement to the millions of Americans who’ve been standing on the sidelines. This is NOT about just Trump. He’s just been the rallying point.

    .

    * FBI murderer of dogs and Moms at Ruby Ridge, Idaho

  49. Slim says:
    @Neoconned

    Her husband was back home in San Diego.

  50. @Steve Sailer

    But the funding, that’s the real thing. Where are various groups (leftist, perhaps even disguising themselves as “right wing deplorables”) getting their funding? Money, finances, it all seems perfectly clear when viewed from that angle.

    Also, wasn’t Abbie Hoffman Jewish? And he actively took part in the Chicago riot in ’68. So it isn’t that Jews can’t or don’t actively participate in rioting and breaking things.

    DC certainly has more of a Jewish presence than Seattle and Minneapolis.

  51. Polistra says:
    @anon

    Thích Quảng Đức

    Photographs taken by Malcolm Browne of the self-immolation quickly spread across the wire services and were featured on the front pages of newspapers worldwide. The self-immolation was later regarded as a turning point in the Buddhist crisis and a critical point in the collapse of the Diệm regime.

    See how effective one man’s demonstration can be! Nope, see how effectively the mass media can weaponize a single, anecdotal incident. Sort of like the dead baby in the surf meant that we had to open all of Europe to anyone who wanted to invade.

    I dearly love the women in my life but I am blue in the mouth from trying to explain to them that we can’t make policy in a country of 330 million according to individual anecdotes, no matter how strongly they may pull at your heartstrings. And I’m not so sure about the men, either.

    Over time, it’s become clear to me that you can make headway with most people on matters like this, until the next time they watch television.

    • Replies: @Joseph Doaks
  52. MEH 0910 says:
    @JohnnyWalker123

  53. @Neoconned

    I enjoy reading your take with some details from your part of our world, Neoconned. I hope we’ll hear from you when you get the itch again.

    I’m also not as much a prepper as I’d like to be, due to space, so good on you buying that land (or whichever way you handled it). I hope you can get your pay in cash. Don’t forget to get ahold of some real money from time to time, as your budget permits. That’s also a part of it. The US dollar may be the first thing to go, even before toilet paper, hell, AS toilet paper.

    Good luck.

    • Replies: @Neoconned
  54. duncsbaby says:
    @Polistra

    I’m not saying it is our fault. I’m saying the Democrats and the media they are supported by will use this day as an excuse to blame all division in this country on our side. I wouldn’t be a bit surprised if Biden doesn’t declare emergency powers first day he’s in office. No pushback from the media and now he’s supported by both houses of Congress. I thought the worst news this week would be Ossoff and Warnock winning the Senate seats in Georgia, but no, it gets worse and this one was an own goal from our side.

  55. From a tweet: “We spend $750 billion annually on “defense” and the center of American government fell in two hours to the duck dynasty and the guy in the chewbacca bikini.” LOL.

  56. Obviously the people who did this I must live in the Washington area, because it’s not exactly easy to jump on a bus or plane to Washington on the spur of the moment especially with the pandemic going on.

    I would suggest that the federal government now be moved to some other part of the United States. There is plenty of land available for development in Anchorage, a state capital which also has the advantage of being relatively inaccessible to insurrectionists, especially during election season, which usually coincides with winter.

    For additional security Congress could possibly meet on a cruise ship anchored in Anchorage.

    I would also suggest that President Trump meets with President Putin to discuss ways of improving security around the key functions of government. This would also give Trump a chance to make arrangements for obtaining asylum.

  57. Polistra says:

    Although I’m no particular fan of Matt Gaetz, I think he scored a knockout punch with this one. Oddly enough, I don’t see it in any of the US MSM headlines.

    “This morning President Trump explicitly called for demonstrations and protests to be peaceful,” he said, eliciting some eye-rolling from people, who blame the president for inciting the violence.

    “You can moan and groan, but he was far more explicit about his calls for peace than some of the BLM and left-wing rioters were this summer, when we saw violence sweep across this nation,” the Republican added.

    “I am sure glad that at least for one day I didn’t hear my Democrat colleagues calling to defund the police.”

    https://www.rt.com/usa/511763-gaetz-blames-democrats-violence/

    • Thanks: Dissident
  58. EdwardM says:
    @Jonathan Mason

    Sorry, a quibble while agreeing with your overall point. Anchorage isn’t the capital. Juneau is even more inaccessible — not reachable by any road.

  59. black sea says:
    @Neoconned

    If I recall correctly, you are in your 30s and live in Louisana. Have you ever considered working on a towboat? Working as a deckhand, you’d probably make more than at roofing, for much less strenuous work.

    Plus, there’s room to move up. I believe captains and pilots can make in the 6-figures. Lots of information on the internet if you are interested.

    • Replies: @Neoconned
  60. @JohnnyWalker123

    Your comments are starting to lose something in translation. They were probably much better in the original German.

  61. Hibernian says:

    I would suggest that the federal government now be moved to some other part of the United States. There is plenty of land available for development in Anchorage, a state capital which also has the advantage of being relatively inaccessible to insurrectionists, especially during election season, which usually coincides with winter.

    For additional security Congress could possibly meet on a cruise ship anchored in Anchorage.

    When the Germans abandon Berlin and the French abandon Paris (yes, they both did it in the past, under extreme duress) then we’ll abandon DC.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  62. WJ says:
    @Neoconned

    Roofing has been taken over by the illegals in the South. I dont know about the rest of the country. That will only get much worse when Biden/Harris open the borders and push through an amnesty.

  63. @Hibernian

    I don’t think of myself as part of that “we”, Hibernian. I don’t care if THEY were to meet on that cruise ship that Mr. Mason suggests and the thing hits a stray iceberg and they all end up meeting in Davy Jones’ locker.

    When it comes down to it, why does the Congress have to meet in person at all now? They seemed scared shitless of Black Plague 2.0, wearing their asinine face diapers and keeping the filled seats down to 1/2 or less. There’s zoom, and no, the Chinese CCP doesn’t need zoom to infiltrate – they already have via Zhou Bai Dien.

    Really, it would be better for all of us if these Congresscritters “worked” from home. They would be more accessible to their constituents, provided they don’t put up concrete barriers and fencing, they’d save taxpayers’ money, and, most importantly, the wouldn’t be able to smooze and make underhanded backroom deals without fear of being hacked. Oh, yeah, and those among them that start out principled wouldn’t be prone to going native, as per Peak Stupidity‘s theory, see The Cocktail Party theory of Political Stupidity.

    • Replies: @B. Anazzi
  64. @The Alarmist

    Well the protesters likely wouldn’t have had to rescue a fallen male cop from being crushed by the barrier.

  65. @The Alarmist

    Clickbait.

    As I’ve commented before, these threads can become a “No Girls Allowed!” and “White Only” type tree fort.

    Unfortunately, it plays Right into the Establishment’s defense of Divide & Conquer.

    • Replies: @MBlanc46
  66. Anonymous[156] • Disclaimer says:

    In the UK, votes for a General Election – around 50 million persons are eligible to vote – are typically collated and counted in the space of one night.

    If the incumbent party loses the election, the sitting Prime Minister of yesterday generally moves out of 10 Downing St the very next day, and a new government soon follows.

    The sight of moving company trucks outside 10 Downing Street, the day after the election, always makes for sobering TV viewing.

  67. @JohnnyWalker123

    I agree with you this was planned. It was planned well before the day they talked a braggadocious Trump to run for office. Antifa didn’t do this. Q and the plandemic were the chosen tools. Seems like most of the identified ones were trusting the plan, which was to use and lose its disciples. As for the plandemic’s role, pre covid the protestors could have walked right in the capital. At one time they could have gotten a seat to be in the observation deck of the capital. In other words the deep state, London bankers, and Atlantic Council just finished their lavender color flag revolution in the good old USA.

    Everyone needs to get off their high road. If you ain’t one of them, you’re about to be screwed over. Just look at what they allowed the lowly members of Congress go thru with cowering between the row of seats. Notice the photographer feared nothing while standing to take photos of their cowardice.

  68. @Jonathan Mason

    How about they move to lost continent of Atlantis? Better yet Uranus. We got Space Force now to shuttle them there. Hope all the rumors about the Nazis space program are true, because woke USA sure can’t build squat. Also the name of the planet suits the US government.

  69. Hollywood tells us regularly that a ninety pound woman can kick any man’s rear end. Hollywood says so, so it must be true. Maybe these gals have yet to learn the female super power of martial arts.

    • LOL: Achmed E. Newman
  70. @Achmed E. Newman

    I am very glad the breach of the Capitol happened. Regarding Duncsbaby’s post, respectfully, how long can one keep going around saying “don’t cause any trouble.

    In The Maltese Falcon Dashiell Hammett gave his hero, Sam Spade a freat line.
    “I don’t mind a reasonable amount of trouble.”

    I think we’re about there.

  71. Tex says:
    @duncsbaby

    Sorry, guys but this day of rampant idiocy will be the final crackdown the Left needs. It will all be our fault from now on.

    When wasn’t it all our fault?

  72. Bill says:
    @anon

    This may not turn out the way the regime expects in the long-term.

    Every so often on iSteve (and in this very thread), someone brings up Lon Horiuchi and Vicky Weaver. The frequency of such references on what passes for the right have been decaying over time. Twenty years from now, nobody will mention Lon and Vicky because everybody who remembers will be old or dead.

    One of my kids was explaining to me the other day, as if it was some neutral fact like the atomic number of carbon, that the 2000 election was stolen by the Supreme Court.

    The Anglosphere is the Empire of Lies. Nothing we “remember” actually happened. Nothing we will remember will have actually happened.

  73. Catdog says:

    Steve and Ann C. are calling what happened yesterday silly larping.

    The right-wing grifters and conspiracy theorists are both calling it a false flag.

    The traitor republicans are calling it an insurrection.

    I agree with the traitor republicans.

    What happened yesterday was the best possible outcome for the right. We occupied, briefly, the seat of power in the bluest blue city withoit firing a shot. The congresscreeps were shaking and wetting themselves.

    Everyone has revealed where they stand. Trump revealed, hopefully for the final time, what a weak and spineless moron he is. The republicucks stabbed their base in the back for the final time.

    We’re going to see a Tea Party movement that rises up to the original. They won’t be interested in winning elections (though they will prevent any of the R cucks from winning theirs). They won’t be led by politicians.

    And, I think, Steve won’t have much of a role in the new order. Throwing witty quips from the sidelines at a wrathful Harris administration won’t be relevant or useful. Civil war is now inevitable and yesterday may be recognized in history as day 1.

  74. donut says:
    @Jonathan Mason

    Juneau is the state capitol of Alaska .

  75. @anon

    The self-immolation was later regarded as a turning point in the Buddhist crisis and a critical point in the collapse of the Diệm regime.

    That “collapse” was due to appeal to “amenable authority,” JFK’s Best and Brightest arranged the deposing and assassination of the Diệm brothers, trashing the Army of the Republic of Vietnam because they had to go down to coronals to find enough disloyal to them, and trashing as well any trust the South Vietnamese had in the US.

    • Replies: @Jack D
  76. @That Would Be Telling

    A lot of talk rich action and money poor boomers are embarrassed that some of their fellow boomers finally worked up the nerve. That boomer delightfully grinning in Pelosi’s office definitely fucked when he was in high school Johnny Walker not so much.

  77. @Steve Sailer

    Steve, the funding and logistical support and direction (you know, all the things the Trump folks thought Q-Anon (or even Drumpf) was supposed to provide them) is what our worldwide friends provide to those who disrupt FORMAL Deplorable organization. The managerial expertise, if you will. Meanwhile, our best political organizers toil away doing market research and building business plans while finding efficiencies for big corporate, big bank and big law. Time for to deplorable Joe to learn some “Zionism”?

    • Agree: JohnnyWalker123
  78. Bugg says:

    https://www.facebook.com/1044539381/videos/pcb.10223086624327723/10223086623567704

    Federal officer of some agency, who happens to be a black guy in a suit, fires 1 round from a 9 millimeter pistol, striking and killing unarmed USAF vet Ashli Babbitt. Suspect he simply panicked. Had a white federal officer killed an unarmed black protestor, we would all know his name and he would be Public Enemy #1 right now.

  79. @Jonathan Mason

    I would suggest that the federal government now be moved to some other part of the United States.

    Carter Lake, Iowa, an oxbow on the Omaha side of the river, is a possibility. Iowa wouldn’t miss it. However, it is almost surrounded that weird district that gave its elector to Obama and now Biden.

    There is plenty of land available for development in Anchorage, a state capital…

    Anchorage is not a state capital.

    Obviously the people who did this I must live in the Washington area, because it’s not exactly easy to jump on a bus or plane to Washington on the spur of the moment especially with the pandemic going on.

    Except for the corrupt authorities, this is not Ecuador. A hundred million or so live within a few hours drive of DC, and traffic is light.

    • Replies: @Known Fact
  80. @Achmed E. Newman

    As a generally patriotic American I’m embarrassed to say it, but those interlopers in a sense were speaking for me — the farcical scene of disrespect is exactly what Congress deserves at this point. [email protected]#$ their precious “honor,” they’ve long since forgotten who they supposedly work for. If some or most of the mob were Antifa, well, it’s the first time I have to agree with those dangerous thugs although not with their motives for possibly orchestrating this debacle.

    So how many of the interlopers were Trumpists and how many were Antifa in sheep’s clothing? Since we do know the identity of the murdered woman, wouldn’t her friends and associates provide some clues? Was she entering the building with a large protest group she came down with or did she end up alone, possibly surrounded by cynical provocateurs?

    • Replies: @Goddard
  81. Barnard says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    It seems possible after this that the political class will realize they need to make some reforms or there is a real risk to them. Marco Rubio looked terrified on his interview with Tucker last night. Elected Republicans seem divided between trying to make some small measures to placate their voters or telling us to drop dead. The Democrat leaders should be smart enough to realize if they don’t start limiting their own side they are going to swept up in the wreckage. The crazy left isn’t going to go for a totalitarian state with people like Chuck Schumer in power.

  82. @Reg Cæsar

    There’s certainly precedent as many state capitols are located out in the middle of Jibippsville rather than a major city, e.g. Albany, Jefferson City, Springfield, Tallahassee. Don’t want to be too close to all those restless citizens and taxpayers, you know. So maybe it’s time to move the US capitol out to some nice sleepy Willoughby-type backwater. Last stop Willoughby … Willoughby …

    It’s certainly long past time to eject the UN, make it move to Tulsa or whatever so it’s not such a ritzy shopping and dining location for Third World functionaries. (Of course at this point Tulsa would be preferable to NYC)

  83. George says:
    @duncsbaby

    Toward the end the last rallies were having more incidents initiated by Trump supporters such as vandalizing BLM posters and such. At the beginning during the primary there were people being paid to keep order as would be the case at any outdoor event. But more recently those people were not present.

    During the election I donated money to R candidates, Thomas Massie and Lauren Witzke. They used the approved R app like other and I was foolish enough to give my cell number. I was then repeatedly texted over and over daily for donations. Texting ‘Stop’ did not help, emailing R officials and candidates did not help the texts just used a different number. I point this out to show there was a large fundraising effort so it is not excusable that they did not have any paid organizers at the Capitol. They also did not seem to have experts figuring out if there was actually voter fraud. Today the texts stopped, so I guess is really over.

  84. Replying to Reg Caesar at 3:34 p.m. above:

    “Except for the corrupt authorities, this is not Ecuador.”

    Although it’s still early — just about 11:00 a.m., Eastern Time — I’m pretty sure that’s the funniest thing I’m going to read all day.

    I delisted Mason, as he’s a demonstrable idiot, so I can only keep up with his latest bright ideas through others’ responses — usually withering.

    Think Ecuador would give him asylum if we asked, real nice like?

    (And remember, kids, when it comes to Alaska, it’s not what you know, but who Juneau.)

  85. Elli says:
    @Neoconned

    Another case i recall….i saw the released video with horrible sound of a young female cop tazing the sh-t out of this old man……old man is on the ground writhing in pain and she keeps screaming STOP RESISTING! STOP MOVING! before shooting and killing him…..she was ruled justified even though he was unarmed…..

    https://thefreethoughtproject.com/cop-executes-man-complying/

    David Kassick killed by Lisa Mearkle.

    Let’s not say his name. Let’s not even ever hear it.

    • Replies: @Neoconned
    , @Adam Smith
  86. Three different news reports on the radio right now — on and on about the “rioters and looters” and how the president is “angry and in denial.” Not a word about Ashli Babbitt.

  87. Truth says:

    LOL, the way the dude takes his jacket off and turns his hat backward at :38 sec. is the most awesome thing I’ve seen in weeks! If he had spit on his hands and rubbed them together, I would have been ready to die.

  88. Old Prude says:
    @duncsbaby

    ” It will all be our fault from now on.” We should’na ever done nuthin’ like this. We shoulda just rolled over and let Chuck and Nancy rub our bellies. Everything from then on would have been just fine…There, there…

  89. Jiminy says:

    Looks like the shits about to hit the fan. Exciting times in the states leading up to Biden pledging his allegiance to who ever owns him. It’s times like these that you need a plane or two to fly into a building to clear people’s minds and diffuse the tension. I was just looking at the Twatter video from above, and all people can say is, “what if they were black.” The country is spinning , circling the plug hole, about to go under and that’s all they can utter. Wait until over 74 million people mobilise. America has been a trendsetter in so many ways in the past, but this is one trend I hope that they keep to themselves. My prediction, exciting times ahead.

  90. Exile says:
    @Steve Sailer

    Antifa isn’t about Jews? C’mon Steve, you know better than this. I’m not buying into the whole narrative JW’s on about here but the idea that Antifa is up to its eyeballs in Jewish membership & support. I’ve had the pleasure of getting black-bloc’d by these scumbags in Europe and my lying eyes can tell a Jew from a German or Anglo.

    Head-counting doesn’t accurately reflect the influence of a very well monied and well positioned influential nepotistic 3%. Your own past articles have touched on this in less “sensitive” contexts.

    If you don’t want to touch a third rail, you can just stay silent. Running interference is going overboard.

  91. In the aftermath it’s astonishing how Trump — he is still the president, you know — is being unpersonned and blacklisted from social media. Anything to change the subject from Grand Theft Election. And Congress or the Cabinet reportedly are going to do the people’s work by removing a guy who has two weeks left on the job? That’ll put food on people’s tables!

    Hope Unz and other dissident sites have some Plan B, C and D for what’s coming down the pike.

  92. ATBOTL says:

    Ten million militant right wing white men could take over the entire country.

  93. @JohnnyWalker123

    It’s sad how Trump supporters finally take action instead of just bitching online and antifa gets the credit.

  94. Nobody planned anything! Really. Every single MAGA protest/march has been attacked by Antifa but this one, the most important of all, had no Antifa? Give me a break.

    • Agree: Jim Don Bob
  95. Arclight says:

    If the BLM/Antifa crowd had successfully breached WH grounds this past year, the media would have treated it like Boris Yeltsin’s tank in front of parliament speech.

    All that said, this was strategically moronic on the part of this crowd. The imagery of them surrounding the Capitol but obeying officers would have been powerful and not given the Cathedral the visual and rhetorical ammo that will now be deployed endlessly to curtail speech and other freedoms.

    • Agree: Cato
    • Replies: @bomag
  96. Anon[173] • Disclaimer says:

    It’s good this protest happened. It taught the leftists in our government that if they break the rules by which we are governed, so can the American people. The leftists rats were chased right out of their strongholds like those Ceaușescu bastards fleeing Romania.

    Hey, leftists, remember that? Remember how the communist grip on several east European countries fell down like a house of cards during months in 1989 when all the normal, decent people got sick of leftist commie governments and gave them a push? Yes, leftists in America and Europe, it can happen to you in the US and Western Europe, just as easily as that.

    The blunt fact is that most of the police and military are sympathetic to the right, not the left. They’re not going to defend leftists who try to cheat during elections and steal office, if normal people get angry enough that they become violent. The left just got reminded of that.

    The protest by the decent people of America was a very controlled one, deliberately. They were telling the leftists that yes, we can just kick you right out without even using guns or any other weapons, you’re that much of a pushover, and we don’t have to play nice. We’re being nice right now as a warning to you to respect our institutions, because if you don’t, your heads are going to end up on a pike.

    But the protest also taught the left an even more important lesson. Namely that their coalition of mouthy white upper-middle class intellectuals, mouthy blacks, mouthy jews, and various Asians and Hispanics AREN’T GOING TO BOTHER TO SHOW UP AND PUT THEIR LIVES ON THE LINE TO SAVE THEM. The leftist coalition is made up of a bunch of mortal cowards. They’d never join the military or become cops. The left is too gutless to actually fight.

    What Pelosi, Schumer, and the Democrats did was exactly like what their party founders Jefferson and Madison did. Madison ran away like a rabbit from Washington when the British showed up in 1812, and he let them capture the government. Jefferson, when governor of Virginia during the Revolutionary War, ran away like a rabbit when the British invaded his state. That fact that tends to get buried by his admirers. Both were all intellect, no guts.

    Washington, by contrast, actually fought and put everything he had on the line to make America a small “d” democracy, and he fought for several hard, slogging, horrible years to produce the only results that really mattered. We owe him everything, and those weenies Jefferson and Madison very little.

  97. syonredux says:
    @Gary in Gramercy

    Female cops, like female soldiers, should only be used in non-combat situations (clerical work, interviewing women and children, etc).

  98. ATBOTL says:
    @Steve Sailer

    NYC antifa and all East Coast antifa are very heavily Jewish. Any antifa demonstration on the East Coast will have numerous individuals in it who are obviously Jewish simply by virtue of their physiognomy, mannerisms and speech. I have been observing antifa, including in real life, since the 90’s. Antifa is largely organized by the National Lawyers Guild, a very heavily Jewish group. Many Jews are among the leaders of the media, legal and intelligence operations in support of antifa.

    The fact that a few dozen gutter punks who got arrested in two or three of the least Jewish major cities in the country were not Jews does not change the fact that antifa is heavily Jewish.

    Jews in America and the UK have been using antifa style violence against patriotic white people since the 1930’s.

    Here are number of articles that reveal the heavy Jewish involvement in antifa:

    Portland Owner of ‘Antifa’ Bar Closes Up Shop After Riot and Murder

    https://national-justice.com/portland-owner-antifa-bar-closes-down-after-riot-and-murder

    Abram Goldman-Armstrong (pictured), owner of the “antifa” bar Cider Riot, is finally calling it quits. This comes after multiple violent incidents, including a murder, involving his business.

    —–

    Brooklyn Synagogue to Host “Antifa” Rock Concert and Fundraiser

    https://national-justice.com/brooklyn-synagogue-host-antifa-rock-concert-and-fundraiser

    Congregation Beth Jacob Ohev Shalom in Williamsburg, Brooklyn will be hosting one of the largest gatherings of “antifa” in New York City in recent memory this Saturday.

    —–

    Ireland: Investigative Journalists Uncover Plot by Zionists and University Officials to Bring “Antifa” Violence to Dublin

    https://national-justice.com/ireland-investigative-journalists-uncover-plot-zionists-and-university-officials-bring-antifa

    In one recorded call with Jacob Woolf, the leader of the Jewish Society at Trinity College (there are only 2500 Jews in all of Ireland), Woolf told the journalists he would travel to New York City to meet with prominent Zionist acquaintances and raise money to start an official “Anti-Semitism Watchdog” in Ireland to aid the “Antifa” group.

    —–

    National Justice Exclusive: Violent “Antifa” Filmed By Project Veritas Is New York Times Published Journalist and Death Cult Member

    https://national-justice.com/national-justice-exclusive-violent-antifa-filmed-project-veritas-new-york-times-published-journalist

    Not all the individuals involved were identified, but National Justice can now confirm that the man above is Brooklyn-based Andrew Gittlitz (A.M. Gittlitz), an author and journalist who has been published in the New York Times and Vice and is a leading figure in a communist death cult called the “Posadists.”

    In Brooklyn, followers of this doctrine are led by a Brighton Beach man named Yevgeny Lerner, who goes by “Comrade Communicator” and claims to have a special ability to speak to aliens.

    —–

    Violent “Antifa” Doxer Is Prominent Syracuse-Based Jewish Political Strategist

    https://national-justice.com/violent-antifa-doxer-prominent-syracuse-based-jewish-political-strategist

    Rumors about his identity have been informally circulated online for years, but sources familiar with the “antifa” movement have now confirmed to National Justice that “Naftali Botwin” is in fact a well-known operator in the Jewish political and media world: 41-year-old Daniel Jonathan Sieradski of Syracuse, New York.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
  99. Redman says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    I agree that it was heartwarming to see people storm the useless Capital, which is a symbol of the feckless leadership we have had for far so long. It was also symbolic of the deep desire among much of the nation to “drain the D.C. swamp.”

    But as for there not being anyplanning, I cannot concur. There is simply no way that the Capital was left that sparsely guarded for an event which the WaPo and most of the MSM have been preparing for for weeks. They even arrested the head of the Proud Boys for merely burning a flag two days ago. Somebody (and I don’t know who, since transparency has died since the demise of Snowden and Assange) wanted the lapse of security at the Capital to occur.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  100. @Anonymous

    “Suppose, for one moment, that the lives of black protestors storming the Capitol were taken.”

    Just for comparison, Breonna Taylor was killed when, during the legal service of a warrant, the police were fired upon and returned fire. Certainly it was poorly executed police work and a tragic accident, but at least the police acted in self defense, yet Breonna Taylor’s death became a nation-wide rallying cry for “black lives matter.” Who is protesting the killing of Ashli Babbitt for simple trespassing? How long will her name be remembered?

  101. Anonymous[337] • Disclaimer says:
    @tyrone

    I wouldnt go that far. Mostly drugged out.

    Puta deplorable in the woods, 4 out of 5 of them will bring home dinner,

  102. @Gary in Gramercy

    I once knew a Chicago female cop who would spend most of her on duty time reading a book in her patrol car while parked in a forest preserve parking lot.

    • Replies: @Hibernian
  103. @duncsbaby

    “Ashli Babbit died for nothing.”

    Not if her death becomes a rallying cry that energizes the fight against election fraud. If, between now and January 20, enough state legislatures do their duty, study and publish irrefutable evidence of fraud, and legislatively rescind their electoral college votes for Biden, and if they join in a petition to the Supreme Court, I believe the court MUST take up the issue rather than let an illegitimate President be allowed to take office. It’s not over yet!

    • Replies: @anon
  104. This is the moment she’s killed: https://twitter.com/Presstvuk/status/1347127210818338816

    Since late May 2020 all we’ve heard non-stop from the media is how police are evil, police brutality is the worst thing in the world, police should never shoot anybody much less anybody unarmed. Now an unarmed woman is shot dead point blank by a cop and not a word of condemnation, instead they describe her as a “conspiracy theorist” and one quick search through social media will show that the left is celebrating her death.

    Power is the ability to enforce different rules for others than for yourself.

  105. @Steve Sailer

    Do you think the Anglo-Germanic dregs of society nobodies are the ones doing the organizing and providing the funding? If not, who is?

    • Replies: @JohnnyWalker123
  106. @Achmed E. Newman

    “Does anyone here still think we are going to change the direction of this country away from the abyss just by voting and primarying people out, reforming the GOP and going to peaceful rallies?”

    I do, it’s possible, but only if we take action to unite with like-minded people locally and to recruit complacent “normies,” starting now. Remember Ashli Babbitt!

    • Replies: @Hypnotoad666
  107. Nachum says:
    @Jonathan Mason

    I once read a libertarian sci-fi novel in which the capitol of the United States was a barn out in the middle of nowhere in North Dakota or something. The congressmen sat on wood plank bleachers. Congress met for a couple of days every two years, and it was glorious.

  108. Nachum says:

    A few police holding back a huge crowd depends on most of those people holding back and not wanting to be shot. Absent that, the police usually don’t have enough bullets. Once mobs figure this out (and if there are enough crazies in it who don’t mind dying), nothing can hold them back.

    I can’t actually remember a time it was tried, though. Russia 1917? Some movies?

  109. Nachum says:
    @JohnnyWalker123

    That synagogue is a dying place without a congregation or rabbi. They’ve been in the news before- it seems they rent the place out, maybe the last board member is an old lefty.

  110. Here’s my favorite in the genre: three Swedish female cops try to arrest one skinny refugee, hilarity ensues…

  111. @Steve Sailer

    Literal actor.

  112. Jack D says:
    @That Would Be Telling

    In order to really understand this, you have to understand the religious politics of Vietnam. Vietnamese were historically Buddhists and over 3/4 of the population remained Buddhist. Even the common people who were nominally Catholic often hedged their bets and observed Buddhist rituals too. The elites who had converted to Catholicism were in effect collaborators of the French colonizers. Naturally the French preferred (often French speaking) Catholic converts who had been educated in Church schools and placed them in high positions in their local civil service and institutions. The Catholics were better educated elites who felt as if they had some sort of natural right to rule over the lesser Buddhist rabble when the French departed. They heavily favored their fellow Catholics when giving out money and power. Naturally the “rabble” did not agree.

    In retrospect it was a miracle that Diem was able to reign for as long as he did in the absence of the French colonial masters. The Vichy regime didn’t last a week without the Germans. Diem had done some very clever Clintonian triangulation where he positioned himself as an ostensible nationalist rather than a French collaborator but whatever good will he had created he eventually burned up.

    The coup was backed by almost all of the generals of the South Vietnamese Army so I don’t know what you are talking about.

  113. @Jack D

    The coup [against Diem] was backed by almost all of the generals of the South Vietnamese Army so I don’t know what you are talking about.

    Obviously an account of the story different than your’s, and Wikipedia backs your version, naming names for what it’s worth. More to the point, the two following military leaders of the country were already generals by the time of the coup, which is not something I’d expect Wikipedia to outright falsify. Thanks for the correction.

    • Replies: @nebulafox
  114. Ray P says:
    @Jonathan Mason

    The Chinese have a few recently-built cities standing empty which the U.S. federal government could move into. It might be a bit like Brasilia.

  115. nebulafox says:
    @Jack D

    Well, ironically enough, politics in South Vietnam shifted to lukewarm regime support in 1968 after the Tet Offensive for a host of reasons. For starters, the Southerner dominated Viet Cong was replaced by the NVA. Another factor was that the Communists attacking (and committing atrocities) during a Buddhist holiday deeply offended many socially conservative Buddhists who were previously anti-war or indifferent. It helped that the cycle of coups ended, too.

    This wasn’t enough to save South Vietnam, though, especially with an enemy as determined as the North: the corruption was out of control and just got worse when hyperinflation hit in 1973. That was always going to inhibit respect for the regime. My impression is that more successful dictators like Park Chung Hee were very careful to present themselves as honest dealers to their people.

    >In retrospect it was a miracle that Diem was able to reign for as long as he did in the absence of the French colonial masters.

    Not necessarily. Diem’s big problems were with the clerics, other generals, and by the early 1960s, with the United States. His support waned in the early 1960s in the countryside due to a mixture of factors, but it was still strong enough that the coup plotters were worried about revolts afterwards. Part of the reason the Diem regime was stable throughout the late 50s was that Communists weren’t as dominant in southern Vietnam as they were in the central and northern parts of the country. They were still strong, but they had to compete with more people in the Saigon delta region, including the influential ethnic Chinese dominated criminal underworld.

    (Pre-France Vietnam was not Joseon Korea, contra the propaganda of both Vietnamese states: there were pretty significant regional divides between Tonkin, Annam, and the Mekong Delta regions. Abeit nothing strong enough to contradict the notion of a Vietnamese identity.)

    There’s a major difference between South/Southeast Asians and East Asians on how much religious identity is intertwined with ethnic identity. To East Asians, they are pretty divorced: a Christian in Korea is not considered less “Korean” than his Buddhist neighbor, for example. Vietnam is a border country between the two worlds, but it leans much more toward the Chinese over the Indian sphere of influence here. I’m not saying that the religious bigotry did not hurt the regime, but it wasn’t decisive in a way that, say, Sihanouk’s deposition in Cambodia was. Sihanouk was viewed as a religious figure, not just a secular one, in large part due to how intertwined being Theravada Buddhist is with “being Khmer”.

    • Replies: @Jack D
  116. nebulafox says:
    @That Would Be Telling

    The ARVN was much more interested in fighting each other at that stage rather than fighting the Communists.

    Diem was ultimately deposed by the Vietnamese for Vietnamese reasons, much like most other 3rd World coups that the US has been accused of masterminding, from Sukarno to Allende. Local politics were the decisive factor 95% of the time, your occasional Guatemala aside.

  117. bomag says:
    @Arclight

    The imagery of them surrounding the Capitol but obeying officers would have been powerful and not given the Cathedral the visual and rhetorical ammo that will now be deployed endlessly to curtail speech and other freedoms.

    Dunno. That they might face some physical push-back could well slow down the Progressive juggernaut (were there any antifa/blm riots after Kyle Rittenhouse?)

    Biden et al, with all three branches of the gov’t in their pocket (thanks, John Roberts), seemed plenty eager to punish their political opponents to the maximum regardless of the optics.

  118. Jack D says:
    @nebulafox

    South Vietnamese corruption didn’t just hurt respect for the regime. It impacted the effectiveness of their military. Commanders took [American] money that was meant to feed and arm the S. Vietnamese Army and pocketed it. Sometimes the arms themselves were sold to the enemy. These were guys who would have sold their own mother if the price was high enough. This was devastating both to army morale and actual effectiveness, especially since this was not well disguised and the troops knew what was going on.

    The Communists were lucky in that they were ruled by mere fanatics and not crooks (at that time). You can say a lot of things about Ho and Giap but there was never even a hint that they were enriching themselves.

  119. nebulafox says:
    @anonymous

    The scary thing is, I really don’t put it beyond our elites to be that stupid. I think part of the reason it hasn’t happened is just because they are split on which country to pick a fight with (Russia, Iran, China).

    I genuinely believe that few of them are opposed in principle to escalating foreign tensions to shore up their own domestic political position. It’s happened before. The July Crisis in Europe spun out of control in large part because of European statesmen doing things in order to secure or strengthen their own position at home. Both the Austrian and Russian foreign ministers behaved more hawkish than they normally would have been inclined to because they were distrusted by the ascendant pro-war party in their respective capitals, for example, and the Serbian PM had to genuinely worry about being assassinated if he pissed his “deep state” (who he was under no illusions about when it came to their role in supporting the kinds of people who killed the Archduke) off. France was undergoing a massive political scandal over the President accepting money from the Russians at the time, and the German military command’s increasingly adversarial relationship with the (notoriously mercurial and emotional, which the Austrians exploited) Kaiser and Bethmann-Hollweg spun reactions in that capital for the worse, too.

  120. B. Anazzi says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    i would rather be ruled by buffalo hat guy than these spineless crooks.

  121. @DextersLabRat

    Who pays to fly them all over the country and house them?

    Where do unemployed losers get the money from?

    • Replies: @Lot
    , @McTavish
  122. Lot says:
    @JohnnyWalker123

    “ Who pays to fly them all over the country and house them?”

    They camp in tents or cars if the weather is nice, otherwise sleep in mass flophouses.

    Since Covid it costs like $75 one way to fly across the USA.

    As to who pays these fairly modest sums, YOU. Specifically, they get SSI or federal student “loans” that include about 12k a year for living expenses.

    • Replies: @JohnnyWalker123
  123. Hibernian says:
    @John Up North

    You think maybe some of the guys do the same kind of thing?

    • Replies: @John Up North
  124. nebulafox says:
    @JohnnyWalker123

    It’s almost as if the cops did not think McConnell and Pelosi were worth protecting. Hmm. Wonder why they’d think that after the events of the past 12 months? What with being told their lives were worth less than 2,000 dollars and all in comparison to such important priorities as Israeli missile defenses or Pakistani programs for 3rd wave feminism. To say nothing of The Peaceful Protesters last summer being much more likely to ruin the lives of people they knew than people McConnell and Pelosi know.

    It’s bizarre that nobody is pointing out the biggest part of this story: if a bunch of obese MAGA LARPers could march right into the Capitol and ransack the place, who is stopping more serious people?

  125. anon[196] • Disclaimer says:
    @Joseph Doaks

    Not if her death becomes a rallying cry that energizes the fight against election fraud.

    That’s a dead end path. You’re still trying to fight within a system rigged against you. This psychologically disposes you to accept their rules, regardless of outcome. Besides, do you really think autocrats are going to cede some of their power to you just because you ask them politely? If this woman became a rallying cry for separate countries, that could work. The left would have no power in a country we rule for our interests and populated by our people. But I doubt that will happen with this crowd. No matter what happens, it’s always the same story: back to square one. The regime beats you because they know you are loyal to them, to your twinkie supply and grilling season. That limits your actions and broadens theirs — what they can get away with and what you’re willing to accept (almost anything). This makes you easy to intimidate because you want to “play fair” and “play within the system.” Like a battered wife, you’ll make excuses and go crawling back every time no matter how bad the abuse gets.

  126. @ATBOTL

    “NYC antifa and all East Coast antifa are very heavily Jewish.”

    OK, but how active was Antifa in NYC and LA in 2020?

    Presumably it was all part of the plot to confuse people that Beverly Hills paid a lot of overtime to its cops to keep Antifa from attacking pro-Trump rallies.

    • Replies: @ATBOTL
  127. @Hibernian

    Twenty years ago, sure. Almost impossible for anyone now because of the proliferation of cameras. The larger point being that woman should not be patrolman. They simply, by an large, don’t have the strength and agility of men.

  128. @Polistra

    “we can’t make policy in a country of 330 million according to individual anecdotes”

    One picture is really worth 1000 words (or more!), and the dissemination of pictures these days is controlled by the left.

  129. @Lot

    They camp in tents or cars if the weather is nice, otherwise sleep in mass flophouses.

    Planning the logistics for that isn’t easy. You have to know where the local flophouses or camping sites are located. For a large group, it’s especially complex.

    Given that the average Anti-Fa protester is retarded and dysfunctional, how do they collectively organize themselves and travel around the country?

    Specifically, they get SSI or federal student “loans” that include about 12k a year for living expenses.

    You have to be 65 to get SSI. You also have to apply for it. Given how stupidly these people must handle their money, I really doubt they have any surplus money to finance trips across the country. $12K is hardly anything to live on per year, assuming you get it.

    How exactly are there all these lawyers ready to bail these guys out of court?

    Why is the FBI so reluctant to prosecute them?

    • Replies: @Lot
    , @anon
  130. @Neoconned

    There are two kinds of cop: One stands behind his badge, the other hides behind his. There are too many of the latter scumbags, it seems. . . .

  131. Lot says:
    @JohnnyWalker123

    “ You have to know where the local flophouses or camping sites are located.”

    Facebook groups

    “ You have to be 65 to get SSI.”

    Hahahahahaha. What part of America are you in not full of low life fake disabled people living off of SSI?

    “ How exactly are there all these lawyers ready to bail these guys out of court?”

    Bail? What backwater states still have cash bail?

    Andy Ngo does a lot of mugshot and arrest reports of antifa. They go, 97% of the time, “arrested, released without bail, charges dropped.”

  132. MBlanc46 says:
    @duncsbaby

    Tough stance with BLM? What planet do you live on?

    • Agree: Adam Smith
  133. MBlanc46 says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    If not after serious evidence of a stolen election, when?

  134. Neoconned says:
    @Elli

    I only vaguely recalled the case & didn’t know the names and nothing came up on a google search but yes….that is the case i am referring to…..for the record…..

  135. MBlanc46 says:
    @Greta Handel

    Ah, Greta, we love women here. But we also think there are sound reasons for the traditional sexual division of labor. Given the current anti-white hysteria, I think we can be excused for saying, “It’s okay to be white”.

  136. anon[107] • Disclaimer says:
    @JohnnyWalker123

    Given that the average Anti-Fa protester is retarded and dysfunctional, how do they collectively organize themselves and travel around the country?

    Same way as tailgating at the football game pre-COOF, or current year flashmobs. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, direct messaging, group texting, area coordinators. It’s really not difficult to do in the 21st century, for the favored groups anyway.

    How exactly are there all these lawyers ready to bail these guys out of court?

    I saw an image of a Rose City Antifa in Portland with the local phone number of this org Sharpied on his arm:

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

    Funding comes from…people…with money.

    Why is the FBI so reluctant to prosecute them?

    Gosh, I wonder! Such a mystery!

  137. Neoconned says:
    @black sea

    Thanks for the recommendation. I’m trying to get my TWIC card but now that oil prices have dropped & the rigs are on skeletal crews its hard “to get on” with these firms nowadays unless you know someone….

    Poking around though for whatever opportunities fly my way.

  138. @Redman

    Redman, re your 2nd paragraph, that’s just it. They didn’t expect anyone on the right to do anything like this. People have had enough now, but this type of crowd is usually very polite. They are the type to leave the place cleaner than they found it (which isn’t saying much for inner cities, but still…)

    If there were to be any trouble, the cops would figure it would be on the periphery, between the antifa Commies and these guys, and they just needed orders on who to arrest and who to stand down for – we know which way it’s been going.

  139. Dissident says:
    @JohnnyWalker123

    Orthodox Brooklyn Synagogue to Host “Antifa” Rock Concert and Fundraiser

    This again?

    Look at who asked and received an answer echoing Nachum’s, nearly a year ago:

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/israeli-high-court-allows-dna-testing-to-prove-judaism/#comment-3682007
    kaganovitch says:
    January 27, 2020 at 3:55 am GMT • 11.6 months ago • 100 Words ↑
    @JohnnyWalker123

    I thought that Orthodox Jews were culturally conservative.
    Why would they host a fundraiser for “Anti-Fa”?
    Very strange.

    Beth Jacob Ohev Sholom is a zombie synagogue that no longer has a minyan (quorum). They no longer even have a Rabbi. As such, it became fair game for “progressive” nominally Orthodox hipsters who have settled in Williamsburg in large numbers. All it takes is to get one semi-befuddled ninety year old man who is the the president or the treasurer to permit your “Jewish” organization to use the social hall or the sanctuary and you’re in business. The idea that this demonstrates Orthodox sympathy for Antifa is absurd.
    • Agree: Dissident
    • Thanks: Redneck farmer

  140. @Hypnotoad666

    Instead, some cowardly murderous cop executed her in cold blood.

  141. ATBOTL says:
    @Steve Sailer

    Antifa was heavily involved in the riots in Brooklyn, Manhattan and no doubt, most LA area antifa associates were in the rioting mobs in downtown LA.

    Why be so obtuse about this? Why are you arguing that antifa isn’t heavily Jewish just because some Persian Jews in Beverly Hills support Trump? For their own selfish ethnic reasons, by the way. Imagine a right wing, white, Christian President who was critical of Israel’s ethnic cleansing of the indigenous Palestinian Christians and who sought good relations with Iran. These Persian Jews would not be supporting him, they would be calling for him to be murdered.

    It’s also worth noting that Jewish privilege is why the pro-Trump Jews in Beverly Hills have have not come under massive media attack. Imagine a high profile, white, Christian urban neighborhood in the middle of huge liberal city that tried to have Trump rallies. The media would be focused like a laser on destroying it. We would read a constant stream of articles about how it was a racist enclave of hate that was excluding blacks and there would be calls for cutting its funding and maybe dissolving its local government. We would be seeing pieces in prestige media arguing that public housing needed to be built there to atone for the legacy of white, Christian privilege.

    Why do you think Beverly Hills Trump supporters are not being subjected to a national media hate campaign?

  142. Neoconned says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Thank you sir. This may or may not sound funny but this is a quasi religious thing.

    I’m a Christian& I’m trying to be as minimalist as possible to truly understand what being humble means. I’ll take care of myself and my family but i want to take a subdued track.

    I will still read and post here but I’m going to try VERY HARD to make my posts questions only. And to live by a philosophy of “listen and read 100x how much you talk….”

    Hope all goes well with you & yours sir.

  143. @Dissident

    During a BLM march, the mostly peaceful protesters looted Fairfax Blvd in West Hollywood, the traditional center of Jewish life in L.A., on May 30.

  144. @ATBOTL

    New York City had lots of BLM mostly peaceful protester looting but less of the Seattle/Portland style Antifa political rioting. Same with Los Angeles.

    The big change from the Rodney King riots was that expensive retail in Jewish areas like West Hollywood, Beverly Hills, and Santa Monica got ransacked this time.

    The hard core political rioting by Antifa was in cities with relatively few Jews like Minneapolis.

  145. @ATBOTL

    New York City had lots of BLM mostly peaceful protester looting but less of the Seattle/Portland style Antifa political rioting. Same with Los Angeles.

    The big change from the Rodney King riots was that expensive retail in Jewish areas like West Hollywood, Beverly Hills, and Santa Monica got ransacked this time.

    The hard core political rioting by Antifa was in cities with relatively few Jews like Minneapolis.

  146. The best part of the video is after the female cop gets knocked down. What does the crowd do? Kick her? Spit on her? Throw a frozen water bottle at her? Nope. Three or four guys stop, help her up, and make sure she’s OK. That’s why we’re the good guys, gents.

  147. @ATBOTL

    Why are you arguing that antifa isn’t heavily Jewish

    Why are you arguing that it is?

    Dude, there’s a lot of mug shots of Antifa online. A lot from Portland, Oregon look like these:

    Portland isn’t a heavily Jewish city, yet there are scores if not hundreds of arrest pix. Because Rose City Antifa has been out in the streets for months, tearing stuff up and trying to damage the Federal courthouse.

    You’re really not making a coherent argument, and the evidence is against you.

  148. @duncsbaby

    How can the left crack down hard after our government cowered in fear from a few thousand unarmed bearded yahoos looking for the perfect selfie? Take away Big Tech’s protection, the left has no real power against the mob. The whole incident would probably not have happened if not for BLM-Antifa proving over the summer that force works and police will not really retaliate.

  149. @duncsbaby

    I think it’s hard to deny that Bloody Wednesday was a propaganda and public relations debacle.
    Consider – all the major media outlets were already covering the rally and the Congress. Covering those events, in fact, with their political reporting staffs – the maximally-biased dregs of the media cesspool. The result was that there were millions, if not tens-of-millions of people who sat in their homes under lockdown and sopped-up the torrent of lies that poured forth from their screens. People who barely know the names of scumbags like Chuck Todd, George Stephanopoulos, Katie Turd or Martha Rat’s-Ass were suddenly exposed to a potentially-lethal dose of steaming Democrat Party dogma. No matter the channel, the “news” coverage was wall-to-wall lies, differing only in flavor.
    Look at the way they’ve feasted on Charlottesville – they’ll dine on the corpse of this event for many years. It’s obvious that positions have hardened on both sides, but when it comes to changing minds – Bloody Wednesday was a huge net negative.
    As far as blame – it’s always been our fault. We built the most advanced, prosperous and just Nation that ever existed – and now we’re handing it over to the barbarians for dismemberment, because we’re afraid to hear our women complain that we’re unkind.

  150. @Known Fact

    There’s certainly precedent as many state capit[al]ls are located out in the middle of Jibippsville rather than a major city, e.g. Albany, Jefferson City, Springfield, Tallahassee.There’s certainly precedent as many state capit[a]ls are located out in the middle of Jibippsville rather than a major city, e.g. Albany, Jefferson City, Springfield, Tallahassee.

    Albany is the oldest (non-native) settlement in the state, and Tallahassee is close to the same in its. Springfield is central to its state, and Illinois was settled from the river first. Jefferson City is also central, and halfway between two poles.

    The only actual capitols which lie outside their cities are those in Charleston, in a nice parklike setting, and Oklahoma City, in nowheresville. Most are right downtown.

    Of course, “downtown” means something quite different in Pierre or Helena or Montpelier.

  151. @Elli

    If David Kassick didn’t want to die he shouldn’t have been riding around with an expired inspection sticker. Blue Lives Matter Most!

    [/sarc]

    • Thanks: Achmed E. Newman
  152. Goddard says:
    @Known Fact

    … the farcical scene of disrespect is exactly what Congress deserves at this point.

    Admirably put.

  153. McTavish says:
    @JohnnyWalker123

    ‘Who pays to fly [antifa activists] all over the country and house them?’

    The iconoclastic British journalist George Galloway said that, when he visited South Africa 45 years ago doing fact-finding and giving a few underground speeches, he was forced to go from safe-house to safe-house to avoid the Afrikaner police & military. He revealed, decades later, that all of those safe-houses had belonged to individual jewish South Africans…

    • Thanks: JohnnyWalker123
  154. Sol says:
    @Wilkey

    Yes, and there were already cops mixed with the crowd and next to her. So why was the decision to shoot her made?

  155. @Achmed E. Newman

    how long can one keep going around saying “don’t cause any trouble. They’ll just make it worse for us, if we do”?

    I totally agree. Poking gentle fun at politically correct language and whining about double standards is all good and well. But that won’t change much while the Bolsheviks control the election machinery, the deep state, most prosecutors and law enforcement, and all the channels of communication.

    The “don’t rock the boat” faction thinks it’s smarter to let the Democrats oppress us so badly that even the liberals start feeling sorry for us. Then Mitt Romney, Lindsay Graham and Marco Rubio can exploit that sympathy the get back a small percentage of what was already taken away. Seems like a solid plan. It’s masochism as Grand Strategy.

  156. @Joseph Doaks

    I do, it’s possible, but only if we take action to unite with like-minded people locally and to recruit complacent “normies,” starting now. Remember Ashli Babbitt!

    Primarying cucks and Rinos is very important. There is a balance of course. You can’t nominate a total loser-nutjob who has no chance in the general. But there are also many safely red seats where it makes no sense to settle for a squish, either.

    Recruiting complacent, low-information normies is tough when the Big-Tech/Fake-News narrative is the default and effective dissent is censored. But it can be done.

    Hopefully, a loose populist organization/movement can form up now. Trump’s administrative and organizational abilities are . . . well . . . let’s just say suboptimal. But he could still serve a role that would give more cohesion than, say, the Tea Party movement, which had good energy but no structure. So it just dissipated and was absorbed by the Republican Establishment.

    • Replies: @Known Fact
  157. @Known Fact

    Tallahasee is s major city.

    • Replies: @Known Fact
  158. @Jonathan Mason

    Tallahassee is indeed a major city — if you live in Bushnell.

    Seriously, you’re not wrong as I am surprised to see the population listed at 193,000 — but that might be at the seasonal peak when 93,000 lobbyists and 33,000 students are in town. Having been to both it seems about like White Plains NY (pop 58,000) but with co-eds and better weather. And while I love the Panhandle it’s definitely out in the middle of nowhere.

  159. @Hypnotoad666

    The new and improved smear campaign against Trump is meant to assure that no would-be candidate in 2022 or 2024 can accept his endorsement or be faintly associated with him in even the slightest imagined way. In fact, any even slightly conservative candidate will be hectored by the media to explicitly denounce Trumpism.

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