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[Excerpted from the latest Radio Derb, now available exclusively through VDARE.com]

See also: CAPITOL “INSURRECTION” HOAX: How Our Lying Press Would Have Spun Jan 6 Protest If Trump Were A Democrat [VIDEO]

Top of the news today, at any rate in the Regime Media, is the first of the six (6) congressional hearings we’ve been promised on last year’s Capitol Hill protests against the 2020 election.

The chairman of this event is some congresscritter named Bennie Thompson, of whom I had never heard until yesterday. Representative Thompson is black, as he was at pains to make clear for those people watching who may have failed to notice the fact. Edited quote:

Thanks to everyone watching tonight for sharing part of your evening, to learn about the facts and causes of the events leading up to and including the violent attack on January 6th, 2021 … on our democracy, electoral system, and country.

I am Bennie Thompson, Chairman of the January 6th, 2021 Committee. I was born, raised and still live in Bolton, Mississippi, a town with a population of 521, which is midway between Jackson and Vicksburg, MS, and the Mississippi River.

I am from a part of the country where people justified the actions of slavery, the Ku Klux Klan and lynching. I’m reminded of that dark history as I hear voices today try and justify the actions of the insurrectionists on January 6th, 2021[Read the full text of chair Bennie Thompson’s remarks in first Jan. 6 hearing, NBC, June 9, 2022].

Ah, the romance of American blackness! Thirty seconds into the committee hearings and we’re already deep into black narcissism. I didn’t stick around for the obligatory mention of Emmett Till.

Do black Americans—the pampered, privileged pets of our society—do they really not have any idea how much so many of us resent their endless whining?

We have twisted and deformed our entire society—our justice system, our educational system—in efforts to appease them, but they only ask for more.

There is an instance of that deformation of our society staring right back at you, Mr. Chairman: the January 6 killing of unarmed white female protestor Ashli Babbitt by armed black male Capitol Police Lt. Michael Byrd. After a perfunctory inquiry, Lt. Byrd was cleared of any wrongdoing.

I know it’s trite to say it, Mr. Chairman, but do you really believe that a white male cop who shot an unarmed black woman under any circumstances whatsoever would get away without a word of reprimand?

You believe that? Really?

Now tell me what federal statistics show about black assaults on whites. A respectable commentator has written the following:

In the U.S., blacks commit the vast share of the interracial violence between blacks and whites that is not classified as a hate crime: 88 percent [Using Tragedy for Racial Propaganda, by Heather Mac Donald, City Journal, May 23, 2022].

Is that figure wrong, Mr. Chairman? As a federal legislator, do you have federal statistics that contradict it?

Accumulated over the 157 years since the Civil War ended, what are the numbers for (a) blacks killed by whites using any method, including lynching, and (b) whites killed by blacks? Do you have an estimate for those numbers, Mr. Chairman?

I’m wasting my breath, of course. This is the United States of Black Racial Grievance. The whining, the narcissism, the twisting and deforming: these are America’s reason for existing. Without them we would drift aimlessly, without purpose or goal.

And this committee and its so-called “investigation” is, as most of us understand, nothing to do with justice, Constitutionality, or national security. It is the opening salvo in a crudely political campaign to prevent Donald J. Trump from running for president in 2024.

The hatred our Ruling Class has for Trump is manifest. It still, after six years, burns fierce and bright. It’s really an extraordinary thing.

I can remember the hatred those same people—well, their 1970s equivalents—had for Richard Nixon, who was a much better president—and a much better man—than Trump.

One of my workmates at Savin Business Machines in the mid-1970s was proud owner of some rolls of toilet paper with Nixon’s portrait on each sheet. Even at the time, when I was still a liberal twenty-something, I thought that was a bit over the top. Or under the bottom, perhaps…

The Regime’s hatred of Trump is far beyond that. It’s really a wonder to behold, and drives much of our national policy.

And this hatred, this Trump Derangement Syndrome, is just the emblem, the outward symbol, of their hatred for us, normal white Americans.

Sixty-three million of us voted for Trump in 2016 because, I think they know, we were fed up with having their anti-white, anti-American ideology rammed down our throats.

Trump was an outsider, not one of them, not a member of the Uniparty establishment. That’s why we liked him; that’s why they hate him.

I hope for a Trumpish victory in 2024. Here’s my advice to the victor: Drain that swamp!

In particular, end the naked politicization of federal law enforcement. There need to be mass purges, mass firings, from the Departments of Justice, Homeland Security, and Defense.

I’m not sure how deep the purges would need to go. At the bottom levels—border security officers in Homeland Security, for example—there must be many federal employees who’d be glad to do their jobs if they were allowed to. Perhaps the same is even true of the FBI.

In the upper ranks, though, where the decisions are made to hunt down and persecute dissidents and turn blind eyes to real crime, I want to see mass layoffs.

I’ll even pay their damned inflated federal pensions; just get them out of Washington, D.C.

Calvin Coolidge fired the Boston police strikers; Ronald Reagan fired the air traffic controllers: there are two fine examples to guide you, Mister President.

ORDER IT NOW

For a really radical approach, consider just shutting down departments and agencies altogether. America got along for 157 years without an FBI; do we really need one? We managed for two hundred and twenty-seven years without a Department of Homeland Security; how on earth did we cope?

And if you’re going to be that radical, go further and move federal departments out of Washington, D.C. The city is a hive of intrigue. What would be wrong with the Justice Department being based in Idaho, Defense in Kansas, Treasury in Arkansas, the State Department in…oh, I don’t know…Alaska?

Let’s have some real reform: reform in the direction of more of our traditional liberties, more local control of our affairs, less power to the Administrative State. The course we are currently on leads to despotism and despair. Let’s change course.

I’m sorry: the sheer volume of dishonesty and hypocrisy, of disregard for truth and facts, gets me sputtering. We’re really getting up to North Korean levels of Establishment lying.

Although unlike North Korea, we still have a few news outlets that resist posting regime propaganda, for which we should be grateful.

The front page of my New York Post this morning had no mention of the committee hearings. It was entirely given over to the story about a 15-year-old girl (race unspecified) sitting at home doing her homework when she was hit by a stray bullet—although not fatally, thank goodness.

No doubt that bullet was fired by a Klansman—just another incident in the “dark history” that Chairman Thompson reminded us of.

The New York Post print edition did have one page of somewhat-skeptical coverage of the committee hearings—page 7—(considerable enlarged and slanted in the online version) but nothing in the op-ed pages, no editorials. For this relief, much thanks.

Fox News was the one cable channel that did not snap to attention and yell “Sir, yes Sir!” when our rulers told them to give full coverage, Fox hit back hard, with an exceptionally vigorous and well-researched edition of Tucker Carlson’s show, uninterrupted by commercials.

Video Link

(I hope sales of MyPillow and Relief Factor were not too badly impacted.)

So yes: for a little longer at any rate we shall be free to scoff at the Regime lies. Let’s take comfort in that.

Meanwhile I feel bound to say that, while I think it’s deplorable for our national legislature to sink to these depths in order to prevent one particular candidate running for office in 2024, I wouldn’t mind much if they were to succeed.

Personally, I don’t want Trump running in 2024. He’d be 78 on Election Day and that’s too old. Enough with these geezers. I’m in the same zone myself, and I am all too well aware of how my energy level—my willingness and ability to get things done—has faded. [“Energy in the Executive is a leading character in the definition of good government,” wrote Alexander Hamilton in Federalist No. 10. We’d get more sense from a President Trump than we’re getting from Joe Biden—how could we get less? —but we wouldn’t be getting any more energy.

And his age aside, I just don’t think Trump’s a good candidate. Sure, he had some positive accomplishments, on federal regulations, for example, and energy independence, and telling foreigners to keep out of our business.

There was too much I find hard to forgive, though: his failure to exercise his will over Congress in those two years that his party controlled both houses, the lack of any urgency in building the Border Wall he’d promised, his shameful treatment of Jeff Sessions (and Ann Coulter), his indulgence of the slimy subversive Jared Kushner…too many negatives.

I want Trumpism. But I don’t want Trump.

But yeah, sure: if he is the GOP candidate in 2024, I’ll clench my teeth and vote for him, just to stick a finger in the Ruling Class’s collective eye.

John Derbyshire [email him] writes an incredible amount on all sorts of subjects for all kinds of outlets. (This no longer includes National Review, whose editors had some kind of tantrum and fired him.) He is the author of We Are Doomed: Reclaiming Conservative Pessimism and several other books. He has had two books published by VDARE.com com: FROM THE DISSIDENT RIGHT (also available in Kindle) and FROM THE DISSIDENT RIGHT II: ESSAYS 2013.

(Republished from VDare by permission of author or representative)
 
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  1. Gyre07 says:

    I’m with you. I don’t want Trump to win again either simply because he lacks the organization and the skills to run one that can scrub the various federal agencies you’ve named of politically partisan hacks. Further, it’s one of the laws of martial arts that you do not frontally meet a fierce opponent (which would be exactly what he would do). Instead, you side-step them, they swing and they miss and their aggressive energy eventually drains back into themselves. That’s likely what would happen if somebody like DeSantis won the Republican Primary and ran in the general election in two years. He’s an adult, with an organization while Trump is a manchild with none, and a terrible track record of protecting his people, and even worse judgement as to who should staff his administration.

  2. Ghali says:

    “North Korean Levels of Lying”. That is the dirtiest most racist comment that I have read anywhere. VDare and Derbyshire are nothing more and nothing less than dirty bigots. In truth, no entity or person can come close to the U.S. and Americans levels of lying. So, it is accurate and wise to use the U.S. and Americans levels of lying as a measure for the highest levels of lying. It is a pity that UNZ continues to post VDare rubbish.

  3. Mark G. says:

    Trump would certainly be better than Biden but Trumpism is not really the answer to our problems. The money printing to pay for high government spending has to stop before we go into hyperinflation but Trump did almost nothing to reduce government spending the last time he was in office and it is unlikely the leopard will change his spots.

    The last Republican president to really talk about reducing the size of government was Reagan. The last Republican Congress to talk seriously about it was the one elected in 1994. Clinton only talked about the era of big government being over because he was facing a hostile Republican Congress. The Tea Party movement was serious about cutting spending but didn’t have much influence on the Republican establishment in Washington.

    • Agree: Bo Bo
    • Replies: @Anon
    , @Just Some JB
  4. We have twisted and deformed our entire society—our justice system, our educational system—in efforts to appease them, but they only ask for more.

    It’s much worse than mere deformation, of course. The entirety of western civilization is in the process of being dismantled and destroyed for the sacred cause of “uplifting” blacks. It’s as though white existence has no other purpose than serving blacks. I am hard put to imagine less deserving beneficiaries of any amount of white generosity, let alone this much generosity. What a sad, tragic, pathetic farce it all is.

  5. Representative Thompson is black…

    …but otherwise a dead ringer for John McCain.

    • Agree: lavoisier
    • LOL: Bro43rd
  6. Anon[217] • Disclaimer says:

    Trump’s greatest gift to the American people is Trumpism, without DT the man. Stop stupid wars and bring the troops home. Invest in America and bring back the good jobs. Build a big, beautiful wall and repatriate those who have no place being there. AND drain the swamp!

    Who can build the political machine needed to pick up the torch and actually run with it?

    DT might consider giving his own SOTU speech like Gore Vidal used to do.

    • Agree: Kolya Krassotkin, tyrone
  7. Wala says:

    I want Trumpism. But I don’t want Trump.

    Well then that makes you basically an egotistical moron with little more wit then a slug. It is endemic of the state of the world everyone’s an expert. Unfortunately the internet gives a collective voice to this sort of ignorance and people just believe their own B.S.

    This is like saying I like the light bulb, but do not like Edison.

    It is like saying I like alternate current, but I don’t like Steinmetz.

    Actually it is worse like saying I like aspirin, but hate salicin..

    Give credit where credit is due…

    • Agree: Vinnyvette
    • Troll: Harold Smith
  8. Ah, the romance of American blackness!

    The author seems to be unaware that people tend to glorify their background, no matter how awful it was. For more than a century there has been a major effort to proudly proclaim the treason and terrorism of the Slave South. A southern relative of mine has been looking for xx great-grandparents who fought for the Slavocracy, but so far no luck. Black people do the same silly stuff, and sometimes also to excess. An example is Afrocentrism – the notion that ancient Africans invented everything important.

    According to Afrocentric academic Cheikh Anta Diop — a Senegalese with considerable celebrity in the US — Africans invented everything from Judaism, to engineering, to astronomy, including dialectical materialism (apparently Marxism is cause for inventor’s pride).

    Moving on…

    Do black Americans—the pampered, privileged pets of our society—do they really not have any idea how much so many of us resent their endless whining?

    We have twisted and deformed our entire society—our justice system, our educational system—in efforts to appease them, but they only ask for more.

    I’m guessing this is a generic rightwingnut statement, for a person can substitute SO many groups for the bolded part. Here at the Unz site the target is generally the Jews, though “Democrats” and “women” and “liberals” can sometimes be seen.

    One of my workmates at Savin Business Machines in the mid-1970s was proud owner of some rolls of toilet paper with Nixon’s portrait on each sheet. Even at the time, when I was still a liberal twenty-something, I thought that was a bit over the top. Or under the bottom, perhaps…

    I see this statement as evidence the Author doesn’t get out much, for a quick search found Toilet Paper picturing every president except one stretching from Johnson to Biden. The exception was George H.W. Bush, and I suspect he was not given the treatment for the simple reason that doing so might be a fatal mistake. (think 1963, Dallas)

    Now tell me what federal statistics show about black assaults on whites. A respectable commentator has written the following:

    Never mind what the “respectable” person wrote, my interest is in the Author remarking about “statistics”. He has a Rational Wiki, and this is what they said about his math.

    Despite claiming to be a trained mathematician, Derbyshire went on to endorse the fake statistics peddled by the pseudoscience of psychometrics, claiming that “the mean intelligence of blacks is much lower than for whites.”[1]

    https://rationalwiki.org/wiki/John_Derbyshire

    Now I don’t doubt that the Author would probably do very well on an IQ test written by White People For White People. But if he was given a Bushman IQ test, I’d bet good money he’d fail miserably. Stuff him into a time machine and send him back a couple of hundred thousand years: I’d predict he’d be a laughingstock for the short period he remained alive.

    Racist White People refuse to factor in the effects of poverty and malnutrition and low-budget education. And why should they? It would dilute their own precious Lord Of Creation belief system.

    Personally, I don’t want Trump running in 2024.

    I’m predicting the Author will get his wish with this one. The Orange Oaf was a perfect goldmine for both Rich People and the Zionists. A packed Supreme Court, gutted regulations, and lowered Rich People Taxes. Now the fat ignoramus can offer them nothing except great risks to their standard of living, and even their lives. Far safer to go with one of the younger crazy guys.

  9. @Gyre07

    DeSantis also kneels before the unzipped Israelis.

  10. JimDandy says:

    And I’d prefer Derbyism without the Philosemitism.

    • LOL: Bro43rd
  11. bert33 says:

    I think California will eventually become a sino-mexican narcoprotectorate and you can kind of just dispense with the whole voty-choosey business, along with your political opinion, because ‘accidents’ happen, and you wouldn’t want to have an ‘accident’, would you? In the face of that international organized crime element, we have the biden administration in all their illustrious wonderment. Let that sink in. Crime does pay, and pays well. the democrat party is bought and sold and the legal system now a plaything for the wealthy and criminally inclined. Witness hunter biden.

    As for your federal agencies, you may get your wish, because officially we’re 30 trillion in the hole, unofficially several hundred trillions more, and when all that debt starts to obey gravity it will take the government with it.

    • Replies: @Bro43rd
  12. Sam Smith says:

    US show trial reaches “North Korean levels of lying”?!?

    What a crockful of shit!

    Mr. Derbyshire, remember your “US is the hope of the world” bullshit article on the EP-3E spy plane incident near Hainan Island in 2001?

    You were an American ass licker! Still are!

    • Agree: Realist
  13. I know that the Qtards and varied sycophants don’t want to hear it but Desantis is the way forward. Although another 4 years of him reforming Florida would be great too.

    • Agree: Mark G., SteveK9
    • Replies: @Ulf Thorsen
  14. Trump is a businessman, and his election was a model of effective marketing, cleverly using social media at the time to sidestep a biased media. MAGA is a brilliantly simple and effective political strategy, it invites anyone who is native born American to embrace a kind of nationalism and work ethic(fuck foreigners!). I think Trump is the best candidate, but he should appoint a successor to endorse as presidential candidate, like for instance Desantis, who would likely do a better job than Trump himself. Trump is the key, but a wiser leader needs to enter that door.

    • Agree: Joseph Doaks
    • Replies: @Goddard
  15. Petermx says:

    This kind of lying is nothing new except that it is new as to who it is being used against and for what purpose. If you have enough influence in the mass media (meaning you own a very significant percentage of it, or even most of it) and you lie continuously about something, you do it every day and you do it on TV, in newspapers, magazines and this is backed up in books you publish (you control publishing too) then you can convince everyone, including people with the highest IQ’s that an absolute, easily provable lie is the truth or that they had better accept it as the truth or you will destroy their reputation.

    There are many examples of this, especially relating to WW II. It is a well know fact that Jews completely dominated communism, making up 80 to 85% of the USSR’s first government and holding many of the leading positions in that government until sometime after WW II. Winston Churchill, Adolf Hitler, Alexander Solzhenitsyn and many others said it and a large number of eastern Europeans knew it but if you tell anyone that today, out of fear or ignorance (I prefer the word stupidity in cases like this) they will say you are wrong, claim you don’t know what you are talking about and there is a good chance they will insult you. The fact that what you are saying is 100% true is irrelevant.

    This lie might be the most important factor in understanding the world we live in today and in understanding WW II. It completely alters the understanding of WW II by hiding the fact that Jews led the USSR, one of the world powers that fought that war. This changes the view of Jews from a powerful group which held sway over a great power of over 100 million and caused immense death and suffering to being victims themselves when an enemy that invaded the USSR was joined by a significant number of Soviet citizens and others in fighting them and taking revenge against them. This is just one example. There are many others, easily provable blatant lies to create a favorable narrative of world altering importance.

    I believe the Jan. 6 Show Trial is led by the same people, Jews, to advance their own interests. Jews have had a dominant role in American politics going back to before WW II, with that power growing with each decade that passed. The current US government has Jewish secretary of state, Antony Blinken, a Jewish attorney general of the US named Merrick Garland and assorted other characters with immense power such as Victoria Nuland, Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs. The Jewish attorney general continuously insults well over 100 milllions of Americans constantly when he keeps saying that “White supremacism” is a threat or even the biggest threat to the American government and its democracy. He repeats this accusation to a country that was dominated by and had an overwhelming White majority (85 to 90% of its population) in 1965 that willingly changed its laws to alter the country from a White Christian country to a multicultural country. His White target is stymied from firing back at him because he belongs to the most protected ethnic group in the world.

    I believe he and others were bothered by and felt threatened by a president (Trump) that was enormously popular to hundreds of millions of White Americans who felt they finally had a president that cared about them. It does not matter that Trump was a big defender of Israel and his family intermarried with Jews, he was a populist president adored by Whites who felt he had their interests at heart. Add to that fact that Trump adopted the name of one of the most despised groups in history in Jewish eyes that tried to keep the US out of WW II, “America First”, led by America’s biggest hero at the time whose reputation Jews destroyed when he led a campaign to keep the US out of WW II and you have the reason for the Jan 6 committee, the empowering of BLM and many other things. I feel I can almost guarantee you that many Jews were reminded of Adolf Hitler speaking to adoring Germans when they saw Trump’s adoring Americans.

  16. Karl1906 says:

    The only thing that Trump was good for was showing us how utterly corrupt and unreformable this system has become. Even a moderate populist like him was causing serious ripples through this “2-in-1”-uniparty-system. BUT… he would NOT have changed anything with another 4 years. And he WILL NOT change anything should he come in power again.

    The establishment is close now in turning the USA into a dictatorship. Yeah, there may be some resistance, but no civil war. You need military to run a civil war and the US military will not split and/or take a stance AGAINST the Democrat government.

    Because it’s not about the Democrats (and neither the WEF) – it’s the US establishment, the “elites”, who WANT IT that way. And they consider you – white and/or middle class – dead anyway. You resist now, they murder you straight up. You comply, they will murder you later. The latter thing is already going on with the “vaccines” they’ll just double down further and further.

    Andrew Anglin said it best when comenting on the kangaroo court-proceedings: “the FBI is rounding people up for refusing to participate in this scam. Congress doesn’t have the power to order the FBI to round people up, but they’re just doing it anyway. When the FBI rounds you up, it has been, up until now, for the purpose of putting you before the judicial branch of government – not the Congress”

    And SCOTUS and the rest of the US “justice” system is completely silent about this. You know the drill and what’s going to happen next.

    • Agree: Emslander, Bro43rd, EdwardM
    • Replies: @Kim
  17. Thank you, Derb. Very good analysis. Yes, Trump did move the ball forward. We agree on that. He made progress. But Trump is not a young man, and he may be compromised on several levels. Also, at the very least, Trump did commit his share of mistakes and blunders. They will not be forgotten.

    Trump is therefore saddled with a lot of political baggage. His errors and excesses will not be forgiven. Therefore, we need new blood.

    A fresh, committed, dynamic, and principled advocate is the best remedy.

    Who is on the horizon?

    DeSantis. Jordan. Massie. These are the top three.

    • Agree: Achmed E. Newman
  18. The machine-like – precision? – – soul- and spiritlessness with which Bennie Thompson fulfilled his mission – his: role! – in these hearings is spooky and impressive at the same time.
    How do you – as a political party – get hold (create?) such – characters?

    (Makes me think of romantic jurist and composer’s & writer’s E. T. A. Hoffmann’s complex and – over the centuries – quite influential short story The Sandman (1817) – see not least The Residents’ take on it below).

    [MORE]

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Sandman_(short_story)

    The Residents made a concept album based on E. T. A. Hoffman’s modern times soullessness-short story The Sandman which – deep down – is about the enormous power of conventions

  19. Hating someone because of the color of their skin is wrong.

    Hating someone because he is a low IQ, low impulse control,
    and violent criminal is a duty.

    I am all for giving the violent criminals a break if they agree to be sterilized.

    • Replies: @Blissex
  20. @Gyre07

    I’d prefer DeSantis lead Florida out of the disunion, but clearly that is a fantasy.

    • Agree: WhoaWaitaMinute
  21. Nothing good can come from the District Of Corruption Derb. The unwoke must separate themselves from its jurisdiction. Separation is possible. Reform is not.

  22. Corvinus says:

    John, you never address the points that were made by the committee, including testimony by Trump officials themselves that their polling numbers said he would lose and that Pence was scared out of his mind by Trump’s actions on that fateful day.

    The only one lying here is yourself.

    —Remember that this is a *bipartisan* Congressional committee that exists in its current form—with two Republican members (Cheney, Kinzinger) and one Republican co-heading its investigative team (Riggleman)—because House GOP leader Kevin McCarthy *decided* it would be this way.

    House Democrats wanted a nonpartisan commission; Republicans said no. Democrats then agreed to a bipartisan committee with 5 Republican members, so long as none of them were witnesses in the case; Republicans said no. Democrats said that the non-witnesses McCarthy selected could still serve on the committee; Republicans said no. Democrats then issued an open call for Republicans to serve on the Committee; McCarthy replied by ordering his caucus members—under threat of punishment—not to join the Committee. Two joined anyway and were punished.

    Republicans thereafter launched a propaganda campaign to spread disinformation about the Committee: they falsely claimed the Committee was partisan rather than bipartisan; falsely claimed they’d been given no opportunity to join it; falsely claimed it was a partisan exercise.

    In fact, we *know* the Committee isn’t a partisan exercise because the Democratic Party wanted a *nonpartisan commission* rather than a partisan committee, and it was the *Republican Party* that insisted the January 6 investigation be run by a congressional committee instead.

    Where Democrats and Republicans diverged was on the matter of whether the Congressional committee investigating January 6 should be *corrupt*—that is, whether its members/investigators could also be witnesses in the case. Democrats said no; Republicans *demanded* corruption.

    There’s no mystery in this divergence of opinion: Republican leadership quite transparently wants and needs the investigation of January 6 to be both run by Congress and *corrupt* because it knows—as does the nation—that the chief author of January 6 is the leader of the GOP.

    Given that all of the GOP leaders now decrying the J6 investigation originally admitted the attack was illegal and treacherous and required investigation, we can say with certainty that there’s one reason and one reason *only* most Republicans won’t participate in this probe: As he did publicly during the 2016 election cycle, Trump has threatened to bolt the GOP and take approximately 30% to 40% of Republicans with him if party leaders do not do whatever he demands of them.

    But for this literal deal-with-a-devil, the Republican Party could *jettison* Trump and the 10 to 20 GOP House members and 2 to 4 GOP senators who aided him in orchestrating the events of January 6. Nearly all these people are in districts or states the GOP would hold anyway.

    So when it was revealed that the GOP was creating “war rooms” to spread disinformation about tonight’s hearing and its 5 successors as they unfold throughout June, everyone in politics understood that nothing that’ll come from the GOP this month on J6 is honest or patriotic.

  23. Why bring North Korea into this? And who is to say they’re bigger liars? Oh, US lying about North Koreans being the bigger liars.

  24. “…his shameful treatment of Jeff Sessions…”

    Sessions got what he deserved. This feckless fool was more interested in propriety and law than he was in protecting the president from the jackals in the justice department. He could have repudiated the flimsy excuse he made which enabled him to recuse himself from involvement in the most important event of his lifetime. More than anyone else, Sessions’ actions hamstrung the president at a time when Trump desperately need an AG with balls to step in and confront the FBI. Sessions disgraced himself and has never adequately explained his actions.

    • Agree: Emslander, SteveK9
    • Disagree: Joseph Doaks
  25. Kim says:
    @Karl1906

    But but but Warp Speed and a \$500 billion Platinum Plan for dem po po kneegrows!

    And don’t forget his first choice for Secretary of State was Rex Tillerson.

    And who can forget his pardon for Shalom Rubashkin, jew, despite \$27 million in bank fraud and extensive immigration fraud?

    https://nypost.com/article/trump-presidential-pardons-full-list/

    These are just a few among many indicators of the high quality type of man Zion Don is!

    • Replies: @Karl1906
  26. But I’d Still Prefer Trumpism Without Trump
    —————————————————————
    “If voting mattered, they wouldn’t let us do it.” – Mark Twain

    Right – don’t vote no matter who runs for anything. Our Republic is dead.

  27. @Corvinus

    Mitt? Mitt Romney? Is that you?

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  28. J.T. says:
    @Ghali

    Nah, the Norks are the biggest liars.

    • Troll: Harold Smith
  29. Goddard says:
    @silviosilver

    It’s as though white existence has no other purpose than serving blacks.

    The situation is even worse than whites serving blacks. The purpose of white existence is to amalgamate with blacks. Whites’ ultimate act of servitude to blacks is the donation of their most precious resource—their DNA—to a new Mud Man.

    • Replies: @silviosilver
  30. Goddard says:
    @James of Africa

    Just run Trump for a final four years with DeSantis as VP waiting in the wings for ’28.

    • Agree: SteveK9
    • Replies: @Joseph Doaks
    , @Buck Ransom
  31. Whether you like Trump or not we’re not going to vote our way out of the tyrannical police state that is befalling this country. I would have thought that fact would be quite evident by now.

    • Agree: Johnny Smoggins
  32. I had a hard time understanding that Uncle Remus fellow narrating the story so I turned it off. Reminded me of that Richard Pryor skit about the black preacher giving a funeral oratory.

  33. Emslander says:

    And if you’re going to be that radical, go further and move federal departments out of Washington, D.C.

    Move the White House, the Supreme Court and the Capital out here to the banks of the Mississippi. The weather is better and our thinking is much clearer. Let the Departments rot in that swamp. Hollywood wouldn’t set foot in Northeast Missouri. The constitutionally authorized government might be less inclined to stay in session 24/7/365. The obedient media might wither up and die.

    Being of the same age zone, I draw exactly the same conclusions as you. No Trump, but the logical extension of Trumpism.

    It’s a wish list, a fantasy, a sparkling vision, though, that can’t happen within this system of thought control and court tyranny. Someone said, I think it was Peter Theil, “Just give us a nation, a regular country.”

    I’m worn out supporting this evangelical movement of deranged non-human monsters, lizard people.

  34. Emslander says:
    @Corvinus

    Are you Nancy’s bathroom attendant, or what?

    • Replies: @Kolya Krassotkin
  35. lavoisier says:

    One of your best JD.

    Not as good as The Talk, for sure, but what is?

  36. Anonymous[661] • Disclaimer says:
    @Ghali

    “In truth, no entity or person can come close to the U.S. and Americans levels of lying.”

    The illegitimate state calling itself Israel not only comes close but supersedes every imaginable concept of lying.

  37. Benny Thompson is what Kim Jong Oon would look like in black face?

    (What number day is this clown show on? I want to know how much longer we have to endure pre-empting regularly scheduled programing.)

    After the 2017 Inauguration Day riot in DC and the BLM riots of 2020, Jan 6 was a tempest in a teapot.

  38. Realist says:
    @Ghali

    In truth, no entity or person can come close to the U.S. and Americans levels of lying.

    True…this country is controlled by the nastiest lying bastards on the planet. Very sorry to see it happen.

  39. @Gyre07

    Sometimes Derbyshire rocks, and sometimes Derbyshire rocks to the nth degree. The present essay is one of the latter instances.

    Sadly though, to your comment: Ron DeSantis is little more than a “business as usual” Republican, and we’d do well to remember that people like that worked hand-in-hand with Dems, virtually every step of the way, to wreck this once-great nation.

    • Agree: Charon
    • Replies: @follyofwar
  40. Realist says:
    @Anon

    Who can build the political machine needed to pick up the torch and actually run with it?

    This country can not be saved by electoral means. Those in control will not give up what they have been fighting for since 1945. The Deep State has so much control now only serious insurrection will stop them.

    • Agree: WhoaWaitaMinute
  41. A123 says: • Website

    I want Trumpism. But I don’t want Trump.

    MAGA is much larger than any one individual. It represents a fundamental shift in American politics:
       — Workers are moving to the MAGA GOP
       — MegaCorporations are embracing the SJW DNC
    This is a work in progress. It took decades to get into this mess. It will take time and effort to complete this transition.

    No one should use the term Trumpism. MAGA is not a Cult of Personality.

    Personally, I don’t want Trump running in 2024. He’d be 78 on Election Day and that’s too old. Enough with these geezers

    Only Trump and the people around him can speak to his health. This would certainly be an acceptable reason not to run. However, if he is in good medical condition, there is no reason for him to unnecessarily step aside.

    There was too much I find hard to forgive, though: his failure to exercise his will over Congress in those two years that his party controlled both houses

    The MAGA party did *NOT* control Congress at any point during Trumps 1st Term. It is foolish for anyone to believe that Trump could have made the GOP(e) swamp creatures conform to MAGA principles. In order to obtain Senate confirmations a giant chunk of cabinet posts were traded away. Does anyone believe that Trump wanted to nominate Elaine Chao (a.k.a. Mrs. Mitch McConnell)?

    Replacing GOP(e) corporate lackeys with actual MAGA Republicans is a process that is still evolving. The House, with its Appropriations powers, should be in MAGA hands after the midterms. The Senate is harder to change, as terms are 6 years and a 60 vote super majority is required for many functions. The next MAGA President will have more cooperation from the Senate, however political compromise will still be required.

    Even with the Presidency and Congress, the most that can be hoped for in a 4 year term is a good start. It will take multiple MAGA administrations in succession to drain the establishment swamp.

    PEACE 😇

    • Replies: @Emslander
  42. Realist says:
    @Wala

    WTF…you’re new here aren’t you boy?

    • LOL: RoatanBill
  43. MLK says:
    @Wala

    I agree. It’s all childish counterfactuals.

    As my longstanding comments attest, the driver of this disposition is that Trump made and makes anyone who is anybody, including not the least those on the right, feel bad about themselves. They all want to rewrite the script since Trump took the oath, erasing their own cravenness.

    What else explains someone like this author squeaking this ignorant nonsense at this point:

    There was too much I find hard to forgive, though: his failure to exercise his will over Congress in those two years that his party controlled both houses, the lack of any urgency in building the Border Wall he’d promised, his shameful treatment of Jeff Sessions (and Ann Coulter), his indulgence of the slimy subversive Jared Kushner…too many negatives.

    let me tell you something. If after all that’s happened over the last six years you’re fixated on Ann Coulter’s hurt feelings then you’re well and truly lost.

    “Trump Must Go!,” a relentless effort to destroy Trump and his presidency, by anyone who is anybody, foreign and domestic, eventuated in an in our faces steal of his landslide win.

    If we’re going to save this great constitutional republic, the malefactors must be forced to accept the outcome of free and fair elections. They didn’t in 2016, so they decided to fix it but good in 2020.

    I don’t mean to be harsh, but the “Trumpism without Trump” brats have no right to negotiate a surrender masquerading as compromise with the “our democracy” crowd.

    Mark my words, no worthy successor to Trump, like De Santis, will challenge him for the nomination. The only interesting and amusing question is whether one of the RINO/Neocon filth headliners like Big Gay Mike Pence does and gets wiped out.

    • Agree: Carolyn Yeager
    • Replies: @Greta Handel
  44. Anonymous[421] • Disclaimer says:

    Trump has the great advantage of setting feasible and desirable goals, and of having the 1950s New York City style of aggressive pursuit of his goals. Trump’s mistake was trying to work with the Democratic Party. He’d done that before as a builder in NYC, and though that he could do it again for the entire US. He could not; the existing establishment wanted only to keep the political money flowing the the major cities and maintenance of their individual political position and income. That’s why they had Pres. Obama elected.

    In practice, Trump served as the Great Revealer rather than the Great President: he revealed enough of the 2016 system of government to make it intolerable non-urban Americans.

    Now, whether he could become the Great President and actually change the nature of government is not known. It seems unlikely, as he is getting old [1]. However, a President who is a Great Doer, but not a Great Revealer of any sort, would just prolong the agony of a system that is visibly failing to even permit the basics needed for life. A second run as Great Revealer would be better; we and history at least get a martyr out of it.

    So who is the Great Revealer and Great Doer who could be an effective President and minimize the hardship/casualties? Is there any? We’re about to find out. . .

    ********************
    1] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_5rBGFmQ3-Q

    • Replies: @Woodsy
  45. @Zachary Smith

    Blacks are being weaponized for the now with no intention of being given a future. Basically they are volunteer slaves for the economic one percent who likely owned and enslaved them to start with. I’m old and white with no use for the short sighted and stupid in this class war. It matters not who they are is just that they choose to be silly little tools. Incidentally that includes my older and white sister. See no prejudice other than being a lefty fool. Hope that helps.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  46. @Swaytonious

    Still DeSantis knows how to govern, and might be the best we can get at this point.

    • Replies: @Z-man
  47. @Ghali

    In truth, no entity or person can come close to the U.S. and Americans levels of lying.

    By Ghali, you must have never left the house or picked up a history book. The America of a half century ago going back to its founding was the most honest society ever seen in history.

    That said, yes, lying all over the world, especially the Globohomo Agenda, is at Book of Isaiah or Book of Revelation levels at this point. What comes next?

    • Agree: Mark G.
    • Replies: @Greta Handel
    , @Curmudgeon
  48. “I want Trumpism. But I don’t want Trump.”

    Trumpism is really Americanizm and we can have a candidate other than the Orange Man.

    P. S. Agree on Sessions, not sure on Coulter, Kushner is a Jew which explains the slime.

  49. Z-man says:

    —But I’d Still Prefer Trumpism Without Trump

    But yeah, sure: if he is the GOP candidate in 2024, I’ll clench my teeth and vote for him, just to stick a finger in the Ruling Class’s collective eye.

    Ya sees, I read the title and the last sentence and got the gist of the article.
    We need an America First Nationalist to run. The million-dollar question is who? I like Josh Hawley but he’s too milk toast (milquetoast) for me. Certainly not DeSantis who’s as big a cuck to Izra-hell as Donald. But as the author of the article says, ‘I’ll hold my nose and probably vote for DeSantis if he’s the candidate’.

    PS. This is how it’s going to be if Howley or even DeSantis gets in:
    They’ll both try (especially Hawley) to do the right thing for America vis-à-vis The Cabal, and they’ll get a call, a threatening call, and that will be the end to trying to be an America Firster.

  50. Was Trump really a revolutionary candidate? Or was he a psyop used give us crumbs of hope with the ultimate intent to demoralize us? Also no meaningful election reform has been done anywhere, while all states have become browner. We’re pass fixing the US.

    • Replies: @WorkingClass
  51. Well said!

    Bravo, Mr. Derbyshire, as I don’t disagree with a single word of this post. Above all else, I thank you for putting the name of the murderer of Ashli Babbitt, Michael Leroy Byrd in your post. I don’t know why his name doesn’t appear in most other writer’s material on this subject. It’s been know for over 2 years now who did this.

    I look forward to watching the Tucker Carlson clip, so thinks on that too. No way will I follow the Lyin’ Press on this – the TV’s been off for 23 years for the express purpose of not having to seen the pissing-and-moaning black whiners like Thompson and the viscous Banana Republic types in the Congress and other high office.

    No, Trump did not have any idea how to drain the swamp. He hired swamp dwellers as his employees. You got the right idea here too, Mr. D. If the Congress would not confirm one’s appointments for head of the big Departments and any little ones, guess what happens? The interim guy who you pick runs things until they approve someone you can trust. You fire bureaucrats at every level until they start doing the jobs the way you want them done, per YOUR policies. Firings do wonders for the mindset of these bureaucrats.

    You get rid of entire staffs of offices, if you need too, as the Clintons did. Yes, hardball, as the country is at stake.

    As Trump is still good for rallying the population (as much as I wish he’d fade away too – not bloody likely), I heard something from a rally in Alabama that just showed me what a bullshitter he is. He started railing on what his generals did while he was in office, how they screwed him over. What? You were President, meaning Commander-in-Chief of the armed forces! You could have fired any one of them at any time. Why were they still there, sabotaging any good that you were doing?

    He is still on our side, but way too much of a bullshitter rather than an executive. I’d love to see Ron DeSantis run.

  52. @Götterdamn-it-all

    GiA, I really don’t disagree with your take on Mr. Upright, Jeff Sessions, who wanted to still play by the Marquis of Queensberry* rules against people who play by the rule of lies, agitprop, and subterfuge like all Communists.

    However, Trump handled this stupidity, as he did lots of his time there. What you do is have a good talk with Mr. Sessions. If he won’t do what you need (play hardball) due to his rule-of-law principles, you nicely ask him to resign and get someone else. It didn’t need to be out in the open with back-and-forth tweets, as in 8th grade.

    An illustration of Trump’s mindset that some of you all who don’t follow VDare (the site about all things immigration invasion) might not know is this: Once Jeff Sessions went back to Alabama, he made a run for the US Senate again, his old position before his being Attorney General. Mr. Session is a true immigration patriot with an A or A+ rating from … somebody, FAIR(?). Yet, due to his 14 y/o school girl style vindictiveness and his big ego, Donald Trump supported Jeff Sessions’ primary OPPONENT, who was not an immigration patriot! That is sabotaging the whole effort with one’s schoolgirl mentality. What an asshole! That’s all I got to say about that …

    .

    * I honestly have no idea of who that Queensberry fellow is, but you all get the point, I’m sure …

  53. @Götterdamn-it-all

    “More than anyone else, Sessions’ actions hamstrung the president at a time when Trump desperately need an AG with balls to step in and confront the FBI.”

    No, Trump did it to himself. He should have fired every single Obama appointee on day one and replaced them with good, experienced people who know what’s what — presto, no Russiagate investigations, no phony impeachments, and ultimately no Biden presidency.

  54. @Goddard

    “Just run Trump for a final four years with DeSantis as VP waiting in the wings for ’28. ”

    This looks like the best option available.

  55. bwuce wee says:

    trump literally is the ONLY guy who is qualified to fix the mess at this point in history. and he is the only guy who can win, so really it’s trump or democRAT hell for eternity. you are fooling yourself if you imagine otherwise. the democRAT strategy will be to divide and conquer, meaning they will support various alternative candidates to trump, which they can either bring down, blackmail, or bribe to their needs. trump has already proven he can defeat them, no one else can defeat them. wake the ‘f’ up, sleepwalkers.

  56. @Ulf Thorsen

    “Whether you like Trump or not we’re not going to vote our way out of the tyrannical police state that is befalling this country.”

    Please don’t give up, folks. If enough patriots come out and vote it will all work out — as the founders intended it should. What they could not have been anticipated was a technology arising that essentially permits mind control!

    • Replies: @Johnny Smoggins
  57. @Wala

    Congratulations on failing to grasp basic abstract thought. Trump didn’t create any movement. He isn’t part of anything other than the ZOG. He never actually held any of the beliefs for which whites voted him into office. He betrayed them (the beliefs and his voters) the day after the election. He isn’t part of “Trumpism” in the first place. If you want to worship him and his treasonous kind, find another website.

    • Agree: Realist
    • Troll: Carolyn Yeager
  58. KenH says:

    We have twisted and deformed our entire society—our justice system, our educational system—in efforts to appease them, but they only ask for more.

    Ask/axe? The negro demands more and if we don’t give to him riots or threatens riots while Jewish media smiles approvingly and blames the white and non-black victims.

    I’ll take Trump over proxy for the Jews Joey hairplugs Biden but electing Trump means we’ll get a heavy dose of (((Kushner))) and Ivanka’s social leftist crap and it was he who crafted Trump’s negro whispering strategy by supporting Juneteenth and turning the oval office into soul train. It seemed a week didn’t go by where there wasn’t at least one black interest group invited to the White House. In the end about 90% of blacks voted Democrat anyway and negro coddling has never moved the needle for Republicans.

    Trump thinks he can fire a handful of top people throughout the bureaucracy then brag that he’s draining the swamp. Trump thought talking trash on Twitter was akin to getting things done as did most of his supporters. For being so tough Trump got pushed around a lot.

    We need someone who will wield hard state power against the Jewish led radical left and left wing activists who’ve embedded themselves throughout the CIA, DHS, DOJ, FBI and NSA. I don’t think either Trump or DeSantis is willing to do that to any meaningful degree.

    But the Democrats have become so radical and such a revolutionary white hating party that it and its supporters should be deemed domestic insurgents just as they are doing to white people who object to being villified and replaced with non-white invaders.

    • Replies: @WhoaWaitaMinute
  59. SafeNow says:

    The most important responsibility of a U.S. President is to prevent a nuclear war from happening. Trump understood this, and wanted to get along with Russia; achieve a modus vivendi, to use a vogue term. He largely accomplished this, despite having had his presidency disabled. So give credit where it is due, especially now, because the exact opposite philosophy is now operative – – in both parties – – and as Fred Thompson says in Red October, We’ll be lucky to live through this.

    If we do survive this, forget about political steps to reverse the unraveling. A point of no return has been reached. The future will be a blend of South Africa, Brazil, Idiocracy, and authoritarian rule.

  60. January Sixth chair Bennie Thompson,
    With only a trifling name-change,
    Could be Faulkner’s retard Benjy Compson;
    They’re both Mississippian lamebrains!

    https://www.cliffsnotes.com/literature/s/the-sound-and-the-fury/character-analysis/benjy

    • Thanks: Charon
  61. KenH says:
    @Corvinus

    by Trump officials themselves that their polling numbers said he would lose

    Trump was also supposed to lose in a landslide to Hildabeast Clinton in 2016 and how did that polling turn out? If you dare respond with Russia collusion or Russian hacking crap then go jump off of a tall building because you’ll have no credibility. The claims in the Steele dossier have been completely discredited and debunked.

    Per the polling data Trump was supposed to lose Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania by double digits but only “lost” by .6%, 2.8% and 1.2%, respectively. Each state flagrantly violated their own election laws which massively increased voter turnout in blue precincts via mail in voting.

    Trump never instructed anyone to enter the Capitol and exhorted the audience to protest “peacefully and patriotically.” Trump tried to get up to 20K national guard troops stationed at the Capitol on January 6th which Pelosi and the Dems rejected. The majority of the protestors inside the Capitol were allowed in by the Capitol police.

    Contrast this to the demons on your side who encouraged rioting and property destruction in 2020. There needs to be a select committee on the Jewish media instigated violent antifa and BLM riots of 2020.

    The only liar here is you.

    • Thanks: Emslander
    • Replies: @Corvinus
  62. Trumpeter says:

    This has been my online identity. I could not agree more.

  63. That “dark history” has a lot of darkies putting each others lights out.

  64. Sam Smith says:
    @Ghali

    Scolpisci nella tua testa a lettere adamantine … Carve into your mind in great stone letters: This nation [the “Great” United States of America] is the hope, and the conscience, of the world.

    So pronounced the “Great” John Derbyshire in his National Review article on April 18, 2001. His entire slurpy diatribe about American exceptionalism, while justifying the violation of Chinese airspace and using Hollywood “Holocaust” garbage to boot, was actually posted here on UNZ!

    https://www.unz.com/jderbyshire/a-love-letter/

    In more than 20 years since that watershed article, this royal American ass licker is still at it.

    If the “Great” United States of America is “the hope and the conscience of the world”, I would hate to guess what world he is living in!

  65. @Ulf Thorsen

    Whether you like Trump or not we’re not going to vote our way out of the tyrannical police state that is befalling this country.

    Voting is the adult equivalent of writing a letter to Santa.

    • Agree: usNthem, WhoaWaitaMinute
  66. Derb, Madison penned Federalist 10.

    Point taken just the same.

  67. Ron Dulo says:

    You STATE and use it as your article headline …

    ” Jan. 6 Show Trial Reaches North Korean Levels of Lying ”

    So because you say this with such confidence, we assume then that you have been in North Korean
    legal trials and witnessed first hand the lies that happened there and then ???

    Were you a witness or were you accused or were you the accuser ?

    Please tell us.

    • Replies: @Greta Handel
  68. lavoisier says:
    @Zachary Smith

    If you cannot trust RationalWiki as a source of unbiased empirical truth about the validity of psychometrics or any other esoteric subject requiring specialized knowledge, who can you trust??

    It is obvious that there is no such thing as biological race and natural selection simply does not operate on geographically separated human populations to influence the genetics of cognitive functioning, or for that matter skin color.

    It is obvious, isn’t it?

  69. Emslander says:
    @A123

    The next MAGA President will have more cooperation from the Senate, however political compromise will still be required.

    It is revealing that Biden has lately taken to declaring “these MAGA types” the most radical or damaging or authoritarian or, whatever expletive he can mine out of his fervid cranium, political movement in all of history.

    I wonder whether he’s anticipating the more effective political movement that you describe. Maybe he’s getting the truly threatening vibes out of the private polling and small group analysis he lives with minute to minute. I don’t think anybody fears Trump or Trumpism that much any more. They effectively neutered Trump.

  70. @Joseph Doaks

    Please don’t give up, folks. If enough patriots come out and vote it will all work out — as the founders intended it should

    The left is incapable of building or creating anything. All they know how to do is oppose and tear down. By resisting them, you give them energy and a reason to exist.

    Maybe the best play is to let them “win” (which they’ve been doing for fifty years anyway) and then stand back and watch the whole thing implode. It’s not like they have any good ideas and they’ll eventually be successful. You can see this in action in places like San Francisco. With no right to oppose them, the left has nothing but one bad idea after another and nothing to resist. The results are there for all to see.

    A good analogy might be an alcoholic: you can’t make an alcoholic stop drinking, and by trying to stop them, you just prolong the suffering for everyone. Only the alcoholic can stop once he’s hit rock bottom. So let the alcoholic hit rock bottom without interference. After that, there is a chance for redemption.

    And if the people of San Francisco, or wherever, still haven’t learned from this and continue to vote left, that’s fine too. Eventually, they’ll hit rock bottom. Why twist yourself into knots trying to stop them from destroying themselves?

    • Replies: @Emslander
  71. @Petermx

    Jews led the USSR, one of the world powers that fought that war.

    Yes, in the beginning.

    But in the late thirties Stalin executed most of them.

    • Disagree: Petermx
    • Replies: @Staudegger
  72. @MLK

    They all want to rewrite the script since Trump took the oath, erasing their own cravenness.

    Who’s rewriting? Some of us saw through Trump long before that.

    In 2008, Obama was touted as a political outsider who will hose away all of the rot and bloody criminality of the Bush years. He turned out to be a deft move by our ruling class. Though fools still refuse to see it, Obama is a perfect servant of our military banking complex. Now, Trump is being trumpeted as another political outsider.

    A Trump presidency will temporarily appease restless, lower class whites, while serving as a magnet for liberal anger. This will buy our ruling class time as they continue to wage war abroad while impoverishing Americans back home. Like Obama, Trump won’t fulfill any of his election promises, and this, too, will be blamed on bipartisan politics.

    Linh Dinh, “Orlando Shooting Means Trump for President,” June 12, 2016, @ The Unz Review.

    Vote as hard as you want, but all you’re doing by participating in Red+Blue politics is securing the Establishment.

    • Agree: Hangnail Hans
  73. Dystopian says:
    @Ghali

    You always can tell that someone has no logical argument when their post starts with an accusation of racism.

  74. @Achmed E. Newman

    By Ghali, you must have never left the house or picked up a history book. The America of a half century ago going back to its founding was the most honest society ever seen in history.

    And you know this from the “history books” in those government schools you might just one of these years take your kids out of?

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  75. Voltarde says:

    Intelligence. Principles. Courage.

    Realism. Reason. Responsible.

    Massie 2024, a worthy successor to Dr. Ron Paul.

  76. Karl1906 says:
    @Kim

    Trump could have pardoned Assange at his last day in office and that would left a positive signal for the whole world to see. Instead he went out with a whimper – and another false flag against the American constitution and population.

    No, the American Empire has reached its end and the only thing left to hope for is that those in charge won’t be insane enough to risk a nuclear armageddon.

  77. @Ron Dulo

    Mr. Derbyshire usually disparages “Chicoms” to flash fealty to his adopted Uncle Sam.

  78. HT says:
    @Gyre07

    I am going to disagree because I would take a chance with Trump again who now understands what must be done to the federal bureaucracy and might actually do it. The alternative is starting with someone new who does not really understand the seriousness and urgency of the problem because they have not personally experienced it. They will be hit and undermined as Trump was before they figure it out and it will be too late. Of course I will change my thinking if we can find someone with the raw brutality of a Hitler who will deal with the neo-Marxists the same way Hitler dealt with them which is likely the only way to get rid of them.

  79. Dystopian says:
    @Zachary Smith

    Slavery could be defined stealing the proceeds of someone’s labor by force. How does it differ from when government steals most of my wages at the point of a gun and gives it to their constituency? No one alive today was apart of what happened over 150 years ago. Why can’t you move on?

    • Agree: Bo Bo, Kolya Krassotkin
    • Replies: @HT
  80. nsa says:
    @Ghali

    “North Korean Levels of Lying”
    An assertion offered up as self-evident without example or any kind of proof at all. Why not actually compare the level of lying of Rodong Sinmun to the bullshit that appears daily in any London or New York newspaper? In retrospect, it would have been healthier to allow in a few more Honduran fruit pickers than a washed up Brit Tory propagandist.

  81. @Anon

    Unfortunately I think we need a temporary dictator to get all that done. And I don’t think we want a dictator. We are between a rock and a hard place.

  82. 3g4me says:
    @Ghali

    @2 Ghali: Ho hum. We have another POX who is butthurt.

  83. martin_2 says:
    @Zachary Smith

    Now I don’t doubt that the Author would probably do very well on an IQ test written by White People For White People. But if he was given a Bushman IQ test, I’d bet good money he’d fail miserably.

    What an original argument! None of us have ever heard that one before!

    Firstly, since the Bushman wants to live here, in the West, and we don’t want to live there, presumably, in the “Bush”, it therefore makes sense that we would care about how well the Bushman does on our IQ test, not his, since our IQ test measures the degree to which he, or his ethnic group, will fit into our society.

    Secondly, it turns out that those individual Bushmen, Pygmies, Aborigines and other indigenous primitive peoples, those that do well on Western style IQ tests also tend to be the ones that are successful in their own societies. Thus the Pygmy that scores high, for a Pygmy, on a Western IQ test will tend to have more cattle, more wives, more children, and so on. So Western tests are valid even among these people after all.

  84. 3g4me says:

    Standard UNZ fare – more Boomers debating which uniparty whore can pretend to be holier than the rest. Anyone who believes in muh democracy and voting is a fool – and there’s no fool like an old fool. AINO is dead and gone, but conservatards are still rearranging the deck chairs. Hope you all go down with the ship.

  85. @Here Be Dragon

    But in the late thirties Stalin executed most of them.

    No he didn’t. Stalin was a philo-semite who saw it as his job to murder anyone Jews hated.
    https://theorthodoxnationalist.files.wordpress.com/2018/06/myths_stalin.pdf

    • Thanks: Petermx
    • Replies: @Here Be Dragon
  86. @Wala

    I like the “egotistical moron” charge, but don’t think you’ve used the best analogies.

    What needs to be pointed out to old-fashioned conservatives like John Derbyshire is that without Trump there is no Trumpism. They cannot be separated. Trump is a totally unique and authentic personality with a combination of qualities no one else has. Those who think someone else, different from him, can carry out his policies better than he can, don’t understand what those qualities are. Unlike any other politician I know, Trump has a formidable backbone and he doesn’t budge when he believes he’s right.
    My hope is that during these 4 years out of office, he sees the mistakes he made in his first term – catering to the more ‘experienced’ members of his party (RINOs) and thinking he had plenty of time to get things done – and will be more his own man in a second term. He should also be done with Ivanka and Jared!
    As for his age, don’t judge the high-energy, healthy Trump with other lesser men.
    After the mid-terms Trump will have a larger number of strong supporters in Congress AND later bring along even more in the Presidential election in ’24. This is the way to go – not to change horses in mid-stream.

    Remember, the Democrats are deathly afraid of Trump returning to office. That tells you something.

  87. possumman says:

    They want shed of Uncle Ben until he becomes useful and then there he is back on that box of rice.

  88. @Greta Handel

    I know this from BEING THERE.

    It’ll be after this next school year for the elementary school boy. Middle school is too dark. My wife wants to take him out right now due to the wokeness, but a) this school doesn’t have much yet (remember my comments under Michelle Malkin’s latest column)* and b) they are some good kids.

    However this is NOW, and then was THEN. You didn’t understand my comment obviously, and you’ve got this habit of ass/u/me – ing a whole lot, Greta. How about writing in with something constructive at some point?

    .

    * I would be completely up for raising Holy Hell, if the school were. That’s actually a pretty fun thing for me, as I don’t make an effort to be some pillar of the community.

    • Replies: @Greta Handel
  89. Agent76 says:

    January 8th, 2021 YOU’RE BEING LIED TO! PROOF THE CAPITAL BUILDING “INSURRECTION” WAS A SET UP!!!

    The storming of the capital building was not a “failure of security” as multiple camera angles and videos show police letting protesters beyond the barricades and in some cases they march them right up to the front.



    Video Link

  90. And this hatred, this Trump Derangement Syndrome, is just the emblem, the outward symbol, of their hatred for us, normal white Americans.

    This is nonsense. Healthy normal white Americans hate former Democrat Donald Trump because he is a preening homosexual and a deviant. Normal white Americans don’t hate dogs, make little mincing gestures when they talk, wear Depends, snort Adderal or socialize with people like Epstein and Clinton for fun. Trump was very close with Roy Cohn – that should have been enough to make any normal white American avoid Trump. Trump is a con man, in the proud American tradition of hucksters and frauds to be sure, but he is still running a con.

    Really the love many seemingly normal white Americans have for Donald Trump only tells us there is something very wrong and sick at the heart of white America. But plenty of black and hispanics love Trump as well, so at least whites can’t be entirely blamed for Trump.

    • Agree: Harold Smith
    • Replies: @Emslander
  91. @Old and Grumpy

    I don’t think Trump intended to be President. He just ran to increase his brand. And Bannon was aware of the existance of the Deplorables and was whispering in Trumps ear. Orange Man literaly came out of nowhere and defeated first the Republicans and then the Democrats because neither ever thought of asking for White Working Class votes.

  92. @David Burberry

    DeSantis is up Israel’s a** too much for my liking. He broke the law in fact a few years back when he took his staff to Israel and actually drafted legislation for Fla against “anti-semitism”.

    • Agree: Druid55
  93. I hereby nominate Bronze Age Pervert for Director of America

  94. I’d prefer Franklin Delano Rooseveltism, Dwight D. Eisenhowerism or John F. Kennedyism. NONE of the rest of the so-called “presidents.”

    Thank you.

  95. @HammerJack

    Good point, HammerJack. DeSantis is an Israel-first conservative, like the majority of neocon republicans. I’d only support him if he is opposed to the war against Russia, but, to my knowledge he has yet to register his opinion. DeSantis could turn out to be just another RINO. My pick would be Rand Paul. We know where he stands.

    • Replies: @KenH
  96. Chris Moore says: • Website
    @Petermx

    I believe he and others were bothered by and felt threatened by a president (Trump) that was enormously popular to hundreds of millions of White Americans who felt they finally had a president that cared about them. It does not matter that Trump was a big defender of Israel and his family intermarried with Jews…

    You’ve put your finger on the bi-polar, manic-depressive, mentally ill character of America. This is why America is falling to pieces, this is why voodoo practitioners are emboldened, this is why insane ((Jews)) have run amok… yet again.

    A bi-polar, fork-tongued, Zionist blowhard like Trump is not going to save America anymore than he saved the Jan 6 political prisoners lingering in prison, anymore than he saved his own presidency from insane ((Jew)) saboteurs — some of which were part of his family and working for him.

    Everything you wrote about the ((Jews)) is correct, but you did not follow those truths to their logical conclusion, which is that Trump is a mentally ill prisoner of ((Jews)) and prison keeper for ((Jews)) — as are so many schizophrenic Americans (and Englishmen, like Derbyshire).

    It’s because the ((Cousinhood)) has had control of the Anglosphere for a long, long time.
    https://www.algora.com/Algora_blog/2022/01/29/free-to-cheat-jewish-emancipation-and-the-anglo-jewish-cousinhood

  97. @Staudegger

    Stalin was a philo-semite who saw it as his job to murder anyone Jews hated.

    Absolutely not.

    The Purge in the late thirties had nothing to do with anti-semitism. When the Jews tried to get rid of Lenin, and he survived after having been shot, then he appointed Stalin as his successor.

    Stalin inherited the country in the condition when most influential positions were taken by the Jews, led by Leo Trotsky. It took him thirteen years to consolidate enough power before the Purge.

    Then he got rid of 75% of them in a matter of two years.

    • Replies: @Kolya Krassotkin
  98. @Achmed E. Newman

    Let’s make sure we have our facts straight here.

    The America of a half century ago going back to its founding was the most honest society ever seen in history.

    I know this from BEING THERE.

    How old were you in 1972?

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    , @Mark G.
  99. pyrrhus says:
    @Gyre07

    Well, at least Trump finally realized that Ivanka was an air headed, social climbing enemy for the last 6 years…

  100. I don’t think Trump intended to be President. He just ran to increase his brand.

    That is exactly the way I’ve viewed the matter after I got over the shock of Trump winning in 2016.

    Did he spend a dime of his own money during the Campaign? All the free publicity and endless time in the spotlight!

    In fact, for a brief while I thought the man might cook up a reason to resign, for he was so much out of his depth. But at some point he realized he could delegate every single Presidential job besides the TV Time and began to seriously enjoy living in the White House. So much so that he tried to overthrow the 2020 election to remain there.

    Trump as President was a national disaster, but to this day I doubt if he was as bad as Hilary would have been. We have a truly screwed up election system which allowed matters to come down to a choice between two dumbasses like them.

    And don’t get me started on how the Biden/Harris duo came to head the Democratic ticket. Yet another demonstration Rich People can manage elections in this day and age every bit as well as they did 200 years ago.

    • Agree: WhoaWaitaMinute
  101. @Carolyn Yeager

    I hope you’re right. I don’t usually agree with you, but I’m all for Trump. I have my reservations because of his dealings with Jews and Israel, but as far as US politics goes I’m pro- Trump 101 %.

    • Thanks: Carolyn Yeager
  102. Corvinus says:
    @Götterdamn-it-all

    Surprising no one, Donald Trump and Devin Nunes—two of the biggest enemies of the First Amendment in the US—are banning users on their social media platform who spread info about the January 6 hearings.

    I thought they opposed cancel culture.

  103. HT says:
    @Dystopian

    The Jewocracy is going to milk the fake slavery issue forever. They have sunk their fangs in now and reparations will eventually be a reality and another way to damage whites using their pet blacks along with conditioned white guilt as the weapons.

  104. Woodsy says: • Website
    @Anonymous

    Rand Paul…Maybe unelectable but the Establishment HATE him!! Far too pragmatic.

    • Replies: @Not you
  105. KenH says:
    @follyofwar

    My pick would be Rand Paul. We know where he stands.

    He’s great on foreign policy but sucks on immigration and wanted to have a town hall with BLM back in 2015. Paul is always voting to increase various work visas which harms the American work force.

    No matter who we get they will all genuflect before the Jewish lobby, so it’s likely that Rand would channel his inner Max Boot if he were to become president. Just like Trump went partial neocon on us by keeping us in Afghanistan, placing troops in Syria and assassinating general Soleimani for Israel.

    • Replies: @follyofwar
  106. Emslander says:
    @Johnny Smoggins

    The flaw there is that the Left thrives on chaos and destruction. I guess the people of SF are about to throw out the crap-in-the-street Left, but don’t put any bets on it. The only way to clean the place up is to go there with a battalion of cops as they are bedding down and truncheon them all into the Bay. It only takes once and they find a different venue.

    I know those SF people. They wouldn’t allow a single bruise to be raised on a single one of their beloved street dwellers.

    I’ve known a number of alcoholics who have never reached bottom. They just drank themselves to death. Think of how that happens to a nation. It’s by never doing the necessary thing. Liberal thought is the alcohol and we may never stop drinking it.

  107. Emslander says:
    @Peter Akuleyev

    Because he is the opposite of what has been produced by the peristaltic excretions of the thieving, spending, corrupting complex that Eisenhower tried to warn us about, Trump is the perfect purgative to be thrust into the complex’s system.

    Trump is the middle finger of normal America raised into the faces of the faggotry of D.C. and the rest of the ersatz ruling class.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  108. And this hatred, this Trump Derangement Syndrome, is just the emblem, the outward symbol, of their hatred for us, normal white Americans.

    That is, of course, the Alinsky Method: personalize and attack.

    • Replies: @SMK
  109. Corvinus says:
    @KenH

    William Barr said he told Trump in no uncertain terms there were no legal grounds whatsoever for him to claim that there was systemic corruption in the U.S. electoral system. Barr says he told Trump it was “crazy.”

    Jason Miller confessed that Trump was privately told—by his own trusted data experts—that he was going to lose the 2024 presidential election.

    Trump appointee former deputy Attorney General Richard Donoghue, who says the White House secretly was trying to get DOJ to “meddle” (his words) in a presidential election.

    So, we have three Trump officials, among many, who testified under oath for the House committee. How and why are they lying?

    • Replies: @Peter D. Bredon
    , @KenH
  110. Pablo says:

    The J6 Committee Hearings are one big Clown Show. With Bennie Thompson playing the role of Head Clown. It’s going on 3 years since the J6 “Insurrection” and it is STILL in the headlines!! I suppose it is more palatable than talking about \$6 a gallon gas or a 22% increase in the price of Hamburger. And it is certainly more desirable than publishing Ghislaine Maxwell’s client list. Washington D.C. has nothing but Deep State hacks or those–like Thompson–who are useful idiots for the Deep state. What a sh#tshow.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    , @RandyZ
  111. Mefobills says:
    @Swaytonious

    DeSantis also kneels before the unzipped Israelis.

    It looks more like DeSantis has a Posse of White Cubanos.

    This posse is his strength, not the Jews. These white cubans are immune from jewish liberalism, since they have their own “holocaust” history, where they were forced to flee from Cuba.

    The New York Jews who vacation or retire in Florida are not really in charge, near as I can tell. I’m willing to be proven wrong.

  112. @Achmed E. Newman

    Sorry, but Sessions did not give Trump time to sit down and discuss the matter. Sessions recused himself BEFORE speaking with Trump. Trump was stuck with Sessions, who ignored the entire Russia Hoax Scandal and focused on other matters while Trump was hung out to dry by the Justice Department. Rather than recusing himself, Sessions should have resigned immediately so Trump could appoint another AG. But he didn’t.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  113. Currahee says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    Uncle Remus comes to mind.

    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
  114. @Zachary Smith

    “But if he was given a Bushman IQ test, I’d bet good money he’d fail miserably. Stuff him into a time machine and send him back a couple of hundred thousand years: I’d predict he’d be a laughingstock for the short period he remained alive.”

    I’ve always felt we should hire based on how well an applicant could perform in 25374 B.C. or in the outer reaches of aboriginal Australia. Good metrics.

    Nobody’s disputing black people don’t perform better than whites in some areas. That’s why the entire NFL backfield is comprised of LaDanian and Jamal.

    They just can’t think, and they’re not equipped to fairly compete in our technological society.

  115. Jan 6 was a HOAX. The viking dude was an actor and there were Ukranian Azov Nazi’s (i.e. Sergei Dybynyn) at Capitol Hill event (see link for pictures and proof). Same people funding Ukraine are the same people funded the Hoax.

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2022/06/ukrainian-nazis-u-s-capitol-january-6/

    • Troll: Corvinus
    • Replies: @Blissex
  116. This is a true zionist bolshevik trail over nothing , but just like the communist, bolshevik trails under Stalin, the verdict is preordained, to scare the people from ever protesting, however BLM and ANTIFA have a pass, as they are acting under zionist orders and as everyone should know the zionists are in control of bolshevik Bidens administration and every administration since they had JFK assassinated.

    Zionists are destroyers of nations and humanity.

  117. Blissex says:
    @BananaKilt

    «I am all for giving the violent criminals a break if they agree to be sterilized»

    Nature or nurture? Let’s switch the topic to nurture instead, a study on light-skinned and dark-skinned orphans and foster mothers has reported:

    * Dark-skinned orphans fostered by light-skinned mothers have school achievements and behaviours much the same as light-skinned children raised by their own mothers.

    * When dark-skinned orphans fostered by light-skinned mothers are moved to a family with a dark-skinned mother their school achievements and behaviours fall significantly and become much the same as those of dark-skinned children raised by their own mothers.

    * When the same dark-skinned orphans are moved back from a dark-skinned mother to a light-skinned mother their school achievements and behaviours recover a lot to become similar to those of light-skinned children raised by their own mothers.

    That’s as reported, and on its own I think it already should make people think. Then try to switch “dark-skinned” for “underclass” and “light-skinned” for middleclass.

    I would curious to see the same with light-skinned or dark-skinned children raised by japanese/koran mothers.

    • LOL: 3g4me
  118. @Götterdamn-it-all

    OK, I didn’t know this first part, and are you sure of that? Even so, it didn’t matter whether Sessions resigned on his own or not. You “resign him”, meaning come up with a diplomatic-sounding excuse. In this case the real reason would have probably been fine. (It’s a firing, and people mostly know that, but with dignity.)

    Then, what you do next is not be a 14 y/o schoolgirl and take out your grudge by screwing up his otherwise very likely chance to be 1 of 100 Senators that is on your freaking side on immigration!

  119. @Carolyn Yeager

    Carolyn, I think his policies or better could be carried out fine by someone else with his amount of – I gotta admit – courage and lack of give-a-damn-about-civility-ness. There are plenty of other people like this.

    What Trump has that I don’t see elsewhere is the ability to rally people, with an amount of energy that you just don’t see very much. People on ludes shouldn’t try to be the next Trump, put it that way.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
    , @Carolyn Yeager
  120. @Pablo

    Agreed on the rest, Pablo, but no, it’s closing in on 1 1/2 years, not 3.

  121. @Wala

    Nice! What these Trump without Trump dudes want is “I want my cake and eat it too.” They’re bitching about gas prices, inflation, the economy, and foreign b.s. wars etc, forgetting that under Trump “the man.” All that and more was solid!
    In short they’re morons.

  122. Trumpism without Trump? WTF is it?

    • Replies: @Blissex
  123. Mefobills says:

    Derby says this:

    I can remember the hatred those same people—well, their 1970s equivalents—had for Richard Nixon, who was a much better president—and a much better man—than Trump.

    Nixon obviously screwed up in 1971, especially by allowing CFR agent such as Kissinger have control. Kissinger was the main architect of the 73 Saudi agreement, which created the TBill/Petrodollar System.

    But, Nixon may have had another card he was playing, which is why the (((creditor class))) hated him so much, and blasted Nixon with their presstitute bull horns.

    You have to follow the JEW! If some Jew tries to dissuade you from pulling up his skirts, punch him right in the face. It is ok to be an anti-semite. It is your duty.

    R. Duane Willing had a hypothesis, and I cannot find his hard copy book at the moment, to then follow the footnotes.

    The Watergate break in was an attempt to get the goods on the FED (a private banking cabal).
    The FED apparently had a floor they owned in the Watergate building.

    Nixon had planned to spring a new money system onto the country, which was gong to use the Savings and Loan System to bypass the FED.

    The person that Nixon used to set up the new System, and get the goods on the FED, was a homosexual. The bad guys caught onto the plan and were able to turn the Homo, and then he was given a cushy job within the FED system. Nixon wasn’t sufficiently wise on why you don’t use homos in positions of power.

    The bad guys also were able to use their (((agents))) in their owned press organs, to then shape narrative.

    It is just like Jews to have puerile humor like “deep throat” and to use narrative control via their press organs and agents like Bernstein.

    The New York press organs in particular, are agents for the finance class of wall street. After the inception of the FED, private banks began to sweep their reserves into the “market” to then make sordid gain. They do this by making loans to themselves, since they have hypothecation power. In other words, they steal from you by swinging the market.

    So, it is quite possible that Nixon was a great president. Sometimes by the second term, a smart president can pull head out of ass. Nixon knew something was up with the Jews, and it took him some time to learn. This not being Jew wise early in life, is a real problem of history, because their manipulations are not taught… it is anti-semitic to engage in thought crime.

    To be a great president today is a contradiction in terms. You cannot be elected if the owned press organs are against you.

    Trump, is a populist (generally populism is a bad thing) and is able to use alternate media, or go directly to crowds, and our (((Friends))) have no control over. This not being in control drives them insane.

    In other words, Trump has -and had – a great amount of power, but he is almost completely clueless. The contradiction between what is necessary to be elected, and to actually govern is too great.

    ___________________

    Democracy for the people is a failure.

    https://books.google.com/books/about/Money.html?id=Cj1hPwAACAAJ

    The book is about how money functions as a religion. Its god Moloch is hidden in plain sight in the saga of Bible personalities and stories. The Moloch is the God that does not forgive. Israel was not intended as a people nor a place name. The temple and congregation of God Moloch are effectively indifferent to the primary human obligation of stewardship of planet Earth. The lust of god Moloch through his temple, as it appears in current structures of central banking and stock markets, dominates all other religious traditions through the “psychic” fire called ROI and interest rates.

    These are called usury and prohibited in scripture. The obligation of human enterprise to accomplish stewardship of the planet and prosper in harmony with nature involves two rules; 1, do not soil the water; 2, do not attempt to regulate life by usury. The text mentions how the powers of the religion of money resist and destroy opposition such as in: The assassination of Lincoln and JFK; The World Trade Center destruction; The driving force of war; The bizarre infatuation with Pres Billy Cs “knickers”; The corporate undermining of the US Constitution. All these, plus insight on the real meaning of the Holy Grail, are integrated into a story of how money rules over life rather than serves humanity toward a prosperity in harmony with nature.

  124. Corvinus says:
    @Emslander

    Trump is an elitist who made his money by screwing people over and would grab your wife and daughter by the p——. He is also a pro Israel.

    • Agree: Harold Smith
  125. Dumbo says:

    Trumpism without Trump? LOL. Then vote for Jared Kushner, fool.

    Anne Coulter was right about Trump.

    What has he done? Bombings abroad, check. Israel first, check. Promoting gays and trannies, check. Covid lockdowns and mRNA Vaccines, check.

    Useless.

    P. A. Has America reached the bottom yet? (pardon the pun):

    https://stormer-daily.rw/food-delivery-company-releases-childrens-psa-on-how-to-take-a-dick-in-your-ass-without-blowing-shit-everywhere/

  126. @Carolyn Yeager

    My hope is that during these 4 years out of office, he sees the mistakes he made in his first term – catering to the more ‘experienced’ members of his party (RINOs) and thinking he had plenty of time to get things done – and will be more his own man in a second term. He should also be done with Ivanka and Jared!

    Trump doesn’t care about White people. He pandered to White voters but then spat on them when actually got power. He’s a stupid Jew-loving Zionist just like his father, just like every conservative in every Western country. If Trump gets back into the Oval Office he’ll do the same things all over again. If you think otherwise, why did he pardon a bunch of sleazy Jewish crooks, most of whom vote democrat, but not the Jan 6 protestors who were actually his supporters? Trump is a Jew-tool. He may be the biggest Jew-tool in modern America. No self-respecting White person should be supporting him.

    Remember, the Democrats are deathly afraid of Trump returning to office. That tells you something.

    The democrats spent four years demolishing Trump’s administration and Trump did nothing to stop them. The dems aren’t afraid of Trump. They are afraid of White people.

  127. Dually says:

    The end of the draft and the beginning of the “all volunteer” army was the first great instance of affirmative action – for upper-class white Men. They traded away their manhood, along with any moral standing, but they could send the sons of poor and working class whites to die or be dismembered in their stead. Besides, the invisible poor have no voice, anyway. If said rednecks complained, they could easily categorized as “racist” or social Darwinist “losers”.

    Fifty years (or so) after the beginning of affirmative action, to hear the whines of those who benefited most from it, is a marvel to behold. But, how could such “intelligent” winners not think that social engineering couldn’t catch up with them? You have only yourself, and your generation of complacent “winners” to blame, Mr. Derbyshire.

  128. @Achmed E. Newman

    The America of a half century ago going back to its founding was the most honest society ever seen in history.

    You are out by more than 160 years, minimally.

  129. @Corvinus

    So, we have three Trump officials, among many, who testified under oath for the House committee. How and why are they lying?

    Because if you commit perjury that helps the Democrats, you won’t be prosecuted for it.

    Treason doth never prosper; what’s the reason?
    If treason prosper, none dare call it treason.

    Cf.: “For Wales, Richard?” — A Man for All Seasons

    Also cf.: Hillary’s attorney got off scot-free this week. Durham is 0 for 0.

    • Replies: @Blissex
  130. Anon[214] • Disclaimer says:
    @Ghali

    Let’s be frank and candid.

    It’s JEWISH levels of lying.

    Yes, American levels of lying are the highest in the world.

    But what do we mean when we say “Americans”?

    Who is America’s ruling class?

    Who speaks for “America” on the world stage?

    The answer to these questions is simple, and it should be obvious to foreigners. The answer is: JEWS.

    Blinken is a JEW. Garland is a JEW. Nuland is a JEW. Many such examples!

    Every level of so-called “American” government is occupied, controlled, and represented by Jews.

    You are not dealing with Americans! You are dealing only with Jews who have American citizenship. And they hate America and you.

    You should see and understand this. Derb is too stupid to see.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
    , @Jim H
  131. Blissex says:
    @Justrambling

    «Trumpism without Trump? WTF is it?»

    Remember Perot? Buchanan? It is just “tory”/nationalist conservative right-wing, instead of “whig”/globalist neoliberal right-wing.

    Consider this beautiful quote from an interview with notorious Grover Norquist:

    http://www.prospect.org/article/world-according-grover
    «Pat Buchanan came into this coalition and said, “You know what? I have polled everybody in the room and 70 percent think there are too many immigrants; 70 percent are skeptics on free trade with China. I will run for President as a Republican; I will get 70 percent of the vote.”
    He didn’t ask the second question … do you vote on that subject?»

    Eventually enough people did “vote on that subject” to elect Trump.

    • Replies: @Shafar Nullifidian
  132. Corvinus says:

    Red herring.

    Try again.

  133. Corvinus says:
    @Anon

    Let’s assume you are right and that Jews control everything. What are you doing other than telling people to stop Jewish machinations from being put into motion? If you sent willing to directly intervene, then your standing by while your fellow whites are being ground up like sausage meat.

    • Replies: @Anon
  134. @Gyre07

    I’m not sure what’s worse, watching my favorite movies and series from days or yore casting magic Negroz and Gays for remakes or purple haired rainbow freaks and magic negro hoodrats terrorizing places I once enjoyed going to. Where does one go for relief?

    My gut instinct tells me (((Hollywood))) will use everything in its power to rewrite history and anyone with a trace of bloodline related to Genmanic/Russian/Nordic/Slavic/ Nazi origins (((except AskeNazi’s))) will be shamed, censored, denied a livelihood and subjected to cruel and unusual punishment.

    I suspect another ‘Magic Negro’ POTUS will arrive within the next 12 years. By that time tens of millions of illegals and refugees will be voting for more free shit, and who’s gonna give it to them, President Jonterious J. Jefferson III, a direct descendant of Thomas Jefferson.

    Until that monopoly is disbanded, expect (((Hollywood’s Next Blockbuster))) ‘Drag Queen Story Time’ The Movie, to arrive at your local theater and stream on cable.

    If you indoctrinate children long enough while in their growing years telling them they’re gay, many will pick any number of gender IDs to relate with.
    Here’s a list of just a few possibilities – 2SLGBTQQIAHPWXYZ (Two Spirit, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Beastiality, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, Intersex, Asexual people, Hermaphrodite and Pedophiles. + added to cover the overlooked).

    Just remember, it’s a rainbow world, and everyone is gay.

    • Replies: @anon
  135. @Gyre07

    So, DeSantis leaves his post running Florida to go to DC.

    Then where ya gonna go when Florida becomes “full New Jersey” I mean, where? Arizona? with even worse political potential (the semi Californian Californians are flocking there – including the coloreds and out gay ones). Then there’s those neurotoxic scorpions, and electric bills for that ton of AC you’ll need, and big time water wars to come…

    FL ain’t perfect for sure, but DeSantis has been pretty successful at keeping the place from becoming a suburb of Cape May. (There are not gonna be enough crackers in the panhandle very soon according to the latest population trends – crackers are opting out for other locales; as usual, the panhandle is simply too tacky). SC? That state is full of coloreds. meh.

    Trump (of course) is useless. (no need to expound on that)

    It’s going to take more than voting and someone “adult” with their feet on the ground in the White House to clean up this colossal mess – actually, a mess very unlikely to ever get cleaned up.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  136. Blissex says:
    @Peter D. Bredon

    «Because if you commit perjury that helps the Democrats, you won’t be prosecuted for it.»

    Well, if you commit truth that helps centre-left Democrats, you will be persecuted for it.
    It is not “Democrats”: it is that anything that helps the dominant elite factions will be “protected”, and current in the USA the dominant elite faction are the “whig”/neoliberal globalists, to which most Democrats (since at least Clinton) and a a majority of Republicans (e.g. Romney) belong.

    «Hillary’s attorney got off scot-free this week»

    Consider that it GW Bush, BH Obama, DJ Trump all boasted publicly, to gain votes, of approving lists of murders of “very bad people” USA citizens to be carried out by DOD/CIA death squads and got off scot-free too, and that B Clinton and GW Bush could be argued to have started wars of aggression and invasions and ordered massacres against some 3rd rate countries several thousand km away from USA borders and thus unable to threaten the USA in any way, and they got off scot-free too.

    • Agree: Ulf Thorsen
  137. This from someone I stopped following a few years ago but recently checked back into. Not sure who the guy is being interviewed but he apparently worked for Trump administration. Interesting what he says about Israel, Russia and China –

  138. Blissex says:
    @dogbumbreath

    «Jan 6 was a HOAX.»

    Then about the violent insurrection at the Capitol of Oct 6 to sabotage a constitutional function? Why was it “forgotten”? Was it also a “HOAX”?

    https://edition.cnn.com/2018/10/04/politics/kavanaugh-protests-us-capitol/
    https://www.workers.org/2018/10/39345/
    «At the vote confirming Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court on Oct. 6, woman after woman screamed out in protest from the Senate gallery and was carried away by guards. […] People were pounding in outrage on the closed entrance to the Senate floor. […] U.S. Capitol Police said a total of 164 people were arrested that day for “crowding, obstructing, or incommoding.” […] The depth of opposition to Kavanaugh was revealed when on Oct. 4 over a thousand people from throughout the country, mostly women, demonstrated on Capitol Hill. […] At the Senate Hart Office Building, crowds saying “NO” to sexual assault and to the reactionary agenda that Kavanaugh represents flooded the atrium and every floor. Over 300 chanting, militant protesters were arrested that day. […] There were too many acts of indignation and outrage at Kavanaugh’s nomination to list them all. […] Outrage against Kavanaugh broke out initially on July 9 at the Supreme Court on Capitol Hill […] During Senate Judiciary Committee hearings the first week in September, over 227 demonstrators were arrested.»

    https://www.democraticunderground.com/10142161696
    «Protesters opposed to the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court targeted the offices of swing vote Republican senators Thursday to pressure them to vote against President Donald Trump’s nominee […] About two dozen people were arrested outside the office of Sen. Bob Corker, a Tennessee Republican, according to a police officer on the scene. Defiantly blocking the hallway in front of Corker’s office, […] The senator was not there, his staff said. The protesters then moved down the hall to the office of Sen. Susan Collins»

  139. Anon[214] • Disclaimer says:
    @Mark G.

    All these (((neocon))) a_sholes want to “cut spending” by eliminating Social Security and Medicare.

    But they unquestioningly back spending trillions of taxpayer dollars on waging wars of choice around the globe. And they would never touch Black entitlement programs, such as set-asides or Affirmative Action. So what happened to cutting spending?

    The GOP, the Tea Party, the Mitch McConnells, the Paul Ryans, the Rand Pauls, et al. are 100% in favor of cutting spending… but *only if the cuts principally hurt White Americans*.

    The GOP has unmasked itself. They hate White America as much as Omar and AOC do. They are all ZOG.

  140. ARepli says:

    Another appeal to mass psychosis by Ron Unz in the name of alternative views.

    One more asshat ex-Republican Derpyshirian claim of a great HOAX is tedious.

    DeSouza’s mules…

    The opinions expressed specifically by Derbyshire and more generally across Unz and the libertarian organs of reactionary conservative diatribe expose epidemic cognitive disorder is ravaging the Republican mind:

    Trump can never come back, he burned his bridges. By his own reasons, an electoral outcome in his favor can never be trusted. That his base both believes his accusations and thinks he can be re-elected expresses cognitive disorder of at the edge of a nervous collapse. And as his head-shrink niece predicted, The Donald has now lashed out at his own family.

    //+ Christopher Hooks commenting on the governor and
    lieutenant governor of Texas:
    Abbott and Patrick say they are governing a Texas where a growing proportion of the population is suffers with pervasive mental illness, some of whom are demonically touched, who are farther than ever from God, with a growing number capable of committing evil and violent acts. Abbott and Patrick also say that everyone in this population should have unregulated access to military-grade weapons.//

    Police chief of Uvalde thinks he’s not in charge so leave him alone, etc.

    Where was Rittenhouse to protect school children from Rittenhouse?

    Derbyshire is sick of the voices in his own head as his conservatism seizes from its thousand gears seize with shrieking noise and the political machinery tears itself apart.

    Wherever you find strife, you find (ex)Republicans making it even worse.

    Up next: Armageddon

    • Replies: @Anon
  141. Anon[295] • Disclaimer says:

    Trump did everything that Kushner asked him to do – Abrhamic accord ,
    transferring Golan Height and Jerusalem to Israel , moving embassy , taking Sudan off terrorism list . Still no gratitude! Not even a thank! He killed Suleimani Reneged JCOPA ( the master knew ,
    Kushner knew no one would dare from either parties accuse Trump of hurting US interest when Israel tells what is US interest and JCOPA was not US interest according to Netanyahu’s drawing of the picture of the grenade ).

    Hey Derbo , this is your Trumpism – the concrete result . Rest are fluffy MAGA hat that has been blown off the head by the Zionsim .
    Stick with Zionism – it is original evil and your real master .

  142. @Achmed E. Newman

    There are plenty of other people like this.

    Name a few, Achmed.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  143. @Greta Handel

    NOYB. I’ve been here my whole life. I’ve lived here when it was still a great country and before it was a place full of lies as I described earlier. Do you live in this country or not?

    I just ask to see why you don’t seem to know what you’re talking about and why you make so many wrong assumptions. Write something constructive next time. I’d appreciate it, and so would the writer of the post.

  144. @WhoaWaitaMinute

    SC? That state is full of coloreds. meh.

    Not quite the case though, WWaM. The yankees have been pouring into Charleston, SC.

    Agreed on the rest.

  145. Dutch Boy says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Trump’s childish vindictiveness was one of his most grating qualities and a major weakness.

  146. Anon[214] • Disclaimer says:
    @Corvinus

    Who, me?

    I *am* doing something.

    It’s an action which I urge ALL White patriots to take. That is, those who aren’t too COWARDLY to do what must be done!

    What I’m referring to is submitting opinion pieces to our local newspapers. Our voices can make a difference.

    Just last week I mailed an op-ed piece explaining the details of the USS Liberty incident to my own local newspaper, the Sunday Shopper. I haven’t heard back from them yet, but I think there’s a good chance they will run it. I’ll let you know when they do.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  147. anon[411] • Disclaimer says:

    Whites have no future in America unless they start banding together and acting like a cohesive tribe. As long as shabbos goy bow to Israel and not to America, there is no hope. The individual must never take primacy over the wellbeing of the community. In fact, radical individualism is one of many reasons why the Jews assumed command in America: homogeneous, cohesive, culturally aware, highly resistant, highly skeptical and mindful societies (aware of the 3000 year old history of Jew deceit and war by deception) are the best vaccine against the Jew bacilli. If the society is not cohesive, homogeneous, resistant, refuses to learn the true history of the Jews, and is not culturally aware or loyal to itself, then the Jews pick off the influential shabbos goy who can be corrupted, and use those networks to insinuate themselves into the levers of power. You can either sacrifice for your own people, and for the culture your ancestors built, or you can sacrifice for shlomo. American “leaders” chose the latter.

    • Agree: Kolya Krassotkin
  148. @KenH

    True. Bunny rabbits can’t fight wolves.

  149. @Staudegger

    Alright “Staudegger” — another Jew who gets off on fashioning a Germanish-sounding name for himself — name your preferential candidates over Trump who will serve average white American citizens interests over and above Zionist’s demands??? Americans can’t just go to the polls and vote against Trump–they have to vote for someone. Or are you recommending NOT to vote at all. What is your game?

    That question goes for ‘lavoisier’ and Robert Dolan also. The last time I asked this of Robert Dolan, he admitted there was no one, and as a last resort he would vote for Trump.

  150. anon[411] • Disclaimer says:
    @CelestiaQuesta

    Whites in Europe and America could win a war of attrition with Israshit, but I don’t think western Whites have the guts for a fight. Maybe when they are being marched off to extermination camps by globoshlomo and magical negroes, they will fight back. Maybe. By then, it will most likely be too late. This is what happens when a society becomes feminized and decadent. Look at the rights and privileges and freedoms Whites had just 60 years ago, and look what they have now. And we all know the tribe driving this pogrom. Same tribe that killed tens of millions in Russia and Ukraine a century ago. See what happens when history gets censored?

    • Replies: @CelestiaQuesta
  151. Mefobills says:
    @Staudegger

    The democrats spent four years demolishing Trump’s administration and Trump did nothing to stop them. The dems aren’t afraid of Trump. They are afraid of White people.

    Robert Steele gave Trump a template to build new alternate structures. Using a building analogy, if your piers are rotted, then you build new ones in parallel.

    Trump, with his Hubris, thought he knew better.

    Steele is dead now, perhaps the clot shot. He also pushed the Q Anon conspiracy, which kept white people quiescent. Believe in the PLAN!

    There are a whole lot of moving parts that have to go right if a president is to be successful. Building new piers is the most important thing. The first pier is for a truth-telling press.

    Just on the press alone, Trump was always on the defensive against fake narratives.

    Two pillars, a new press organ, and an open source intelligence agency would have protected Trump.

    The gulf between running for office, and being president is too great. They are two different skill sets.

    I wish I had paid Ben Garrison to do a swamp cartoon. It would have rotted pillars under a swamp swimming pool, and a hard-hat Trump swinging a sledge hammer at said rotted pillars while building shiny new ones. Maybe Trump would have seen it and changed course?

    There was practically no way to get through to Trump. He was using Mossad to protect himself against the deep state, when instead he had power he didn’t even know he had, or how to deploy.

  152. Mark G. says:
    @Greta Handel

    How old were you in 1972?

    I was sixteen in 1972. I don’t know why Achmed picked that time period as America no longer being the best country and I would be interested in hearing his reasons but I think you could make a case for that.

    America certainly had many flaws but it was the best country in the world for the average person for much of its existence. In the early seventies the government left Bretton Woods and severed its last link to gold in order to engage in an inflationary policy.

    This has been catastrophic for the average American. When the government prints the money up it goes to political insiders with the right connections while the average American has had to pay higher prices and has had a worsening standard of living. In 1972 I traveled around Europe with my parents and could see, even in Europe, things were not as good for the average person as here in the U.S. Before the seventies a lot of families, including my own, were even able to get by on a single income. The system was changed to benefit dishonest people at the expense of honest ones.

  153. Agent76 says:

    Aug 29, 2020 Black Voters Break the Narrative

    These black voters are breaking the MSM narrative about Trump and BLM.

  154. “Do black Americans—the pampered, privileged pets of our society—do they really not have any idea how much so many of us resent their endless whining?”

    If only.

    Every program supposedly designed for redress has never been exclusively for the black population. They all come under the umbrella of diversity programs. And almost all are captured by whites: women, same sex practitioners, white’s with disabilities etc., poor whites and then hispanics, even illegal Hispanics get a shot at the redress Blacks are last the list. Nearly all of the issues of consequence about which you complain are the result of choices made to benefit white’s under the supposed cause of black issues.

    and to the end of incessant whining: white women, women, white men, white kids . . . corner the market. Whites control more than 90% of the wealth, businesses and government composed entirely of whites (even civil servants save maybe in DC) — and the loudest complaints are by whites. trigger warnings, sensitivity training, harassments . . . me tooism, women crying at work, women crying at academic conferences white women moves to change the entire environment and landscape. Truly in a league of their own. The academic games with money for access to elites schools, almost entirely white.

    ————————–

    “There is an instance of that deformation of our society staring right back at you, Mr. Chairman: the January 6 killing of unarmed white female protestor Ashli Babbitt by armed black male Capitol Police Lt. Michael Byrd. After a perfunctory inquiry, Lt. Byrd was cleared of any wrongdoing.”

    She came crashing through a darn window. Good greif.

    ——
    ohh stop,

    “I know it’s trite to say it, Mr. Chairman, but do you really believe that a white male cop who shot an unarmed black woman under any circumstances whatsoever would get away without a word of reprimand?”

    ——–

    https://newsone.com/4252261/ladue-police-shooting-charges-dropped/

    https://yourblackworld.net/2022/04/13/lapd-officers-wont-face-charges-for-murdering-unarmed-black-couple-that-was-asleep/

    https://abcnews.go.com/US/breonna-taylors-death-black-women-killed-police-encounters/story?id=71057133

    ———-

    “In the U.S., blacks commit the vast share of the interracial violence between blacks and whites that is not classified as a hate crime: 88 percent [Using Tragedy for Racial Propaganda, by Heather Mac Donald, City Journal, May 23, 2022].”

    But there’s little to no evidence that skin color was the direct or actual motive. There are simply more whites than blacks and therefore more targets for criminal conduct. The dynamic here is more intrapersonal then interpersonal in nature. In Hawaii, I would hardly be shocked if more nonnatives were attacked by native population than the reverse.

    page 176

    https://ag.hawaii.gov/cpja/files/2019/01/Crime-in-Hawaii-2017.pdf

    page 178
    https://ag.hawaii.gov/cpja/files/2019/01/Crime-in-Hawaii-2017.pdf

    ———-

    I hate the term trumpism or the naming the period as though Pres trump was to cause. The environment in which candidate trump entered the political arena was not one of his making. It was premade and waiting. He may have shaped it, and whether said shaping was beneficial is a matter of some discussion.

    Absolutely appreciate his commitment to protecting children in the womb.

    • Replies: @Anon
  155. KenH says:
    @Corvinus

    Half Jew Bill Barr is a swamp loyalist and it showed. Barr is the guy who went on Wolf Blitzer’s show on CNN about two months before the election and got very emotional when discussing the danger of mass mail in ballots and his grave concerns for the upcoming election. Then after the election he does a 180 and declared that there was no “widespread fraud” that would have changed the election outcome. This without even investigating any of the credible allegations that were pouring in from precincts in all the battleground states.

    Jason Miller says the Jan 6th committee took his comments out of context:
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10902903/Trumps-spokesman-Jason-Miller-complains-January-6-hearing-deceptively-edited-testimony.html

    Trump appointee former deputy Attorney General Richard Donoghue, who says the White House secretly was trying to get DOJ to “meddle” (his words) in a presidential election.

    Sure, jackasses like Donoghue say stuff like that to maintain their standing in the swamp and not jeopardize future job opportunities. It is not illegal or “meddling” for a president to demand that the DOJ do their job and investigate allegations of voter fraud. Barr is a self serving buffoon who thought doing so would make him look too partisan and like Trump’s personal attorney. But Merrick Garland is now acting like Biden’s personal attorney and he doesn’t care what anyone thinks.

    The left and the media responded to allegations of widespread voter fraud as follows:
    1) First they said there was absolutely no fraud and it was the safest and most secure election ever.
    2) Then they conceded that yes, there was some fraud, there always is, but not enough to change the outcome of the election. Again, everyone was afraid to look because they were afraid of what they might find.

    Whether anyone likes or hates Trump the swamp wanted him out by any means necessary and since their bogus impeachment failed then then weaponized COVID to crash the economy and force through illegal changes to state voting laws and rules and instigated nationwide riots so people would blame Trump for all of it and vote him out. And it worked. American Jews were disproportionately involved in this conspiracy.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  156. My first link is one I’d ordinarily avoid, for The Atlantic is now a magazine I refuse to pick up on the “free” table at public libraries. But it wasn’t always that way, and the date on the link story is 2012. Maybe this date makes the article more reliable than recent ones. And it may not, so consider this piece like Wiki – a place to begin and something to treat very gingerly.

    Racism for Dollars: John Derbyshire Turns White Supremacist Pitchman
    John Derbyshire’s first column VDARE after being fired from the National Review– besides one dedicated to thanking generous readers — includes a defense of white supremacism. It doesn’t seem like a coincidence that one of Derbyshire’s most explicitly racist essays is packaged with a very explicit request for donations.
    https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2012/05/racism-dollars-john-derbyshire-turns-white-supremacist-pitchman/328171/

    One thing the fat orange guy used to his advantage was the fact that White Folks on the lower end of the Bell Curve have money, and like to be ‘stroked’. That, and the fact they exist in large numbers. Authors and other pitchmen can make a LOT of money cozying up to these types.

    John Derbyshire: wrong even 176 years ago
    https://skullsinthestars.com/2012/04/08/john-derbyshire-wrong-even-176-years-ago/

    For many years I was mystified by the way Poor “White Trash” Confederate solders fought so long and hard for a nation which considered them to be a “mudsill foundation” for the Slavocracy.

    The theory was first articulated by James Hammond, a United States senator from South Carolina and a wealthy southern plantation owner, in a speech on March 4, 1858. Hammond argued that every society must find a class of people to do menial labor, whether called slaves or not, and that assigning that status on a racial basis followed natural law, while the Northern United States’ social class of white wage laborers presented a revolutionary threat.[1]

    As I now understand the pre-Civil War situation, white folks in the South were kept in a state of terror by their Upper Class Betters. The line was that Black people were sub-human in every way, and wanted nothing more than to rape white women before they killed those women. As the previous link explains, there were “scientists” for sale who would write learned essays about the primitive nature of the black slaves.

    Even in 2022 you find people at Unz who claim to believe pure barbarism existed in Africa, and that the Slave Traders were saving the lives of the people transported to the New World for eternal slavery. You see, they were fated to be eaten by their Black Cannibal enemies in Africa! By way of contrast, in South Carolina and similar places, the very contented but extremely stupid and vicious black people were given steady jobs and regular meals and taught to Love Jesus. WHAT A DEAL!

    The Derbyshire types are unhappy this Great Bargain was broken, and the near-moronic Black People are allowed to do things like marry smarter White People, Vote, and other nasty stuff like that.

    I suspect Mr. Derbyshire is now making a fine living based on the simple premise that “Intelligence” is the exact same thing as the “Score On An IQ Test”. Tain’t so, but it works nicely for a lot of the professional racists.

    That second link has some pretty darned good reading about all this, and as expected the name “Derbyshire” turns up quite a lot.

    • LOL: fnn
  157. Corvinus says:
    @Carolyn Yeager

    “Alright “Staudegger” — another Jew who gets off on fashioning a Germanish-sounding name for himself — name your preferential candidates over Trump who will serve average white American citizens interests over and above Zionist’s demands???”

    False premise. You assume without fail that the U.S. is undoubtedly controlled by Jews for some sort of twisted means.

    Furthermore, you do realize that Trump himself is a Zionist and allegedly was using Mossad to protect himself against the Deep State. Which would mean Trump is in league with the very group you believe is seeking to destroy America.

    • Replies: @Carolyn Yeager
  158. Corvinus says:
    @Anon

    “It’s an action which I urge ALL White patriots to take. That is, those who aren’t too COWARDLY to do what must be done!

    Talk is not enough. People already know about Jews. What is called for is direct action. You’re getting run over repeatedly and all you are willing to do is say “stop”.

  159. Seaman says:

    I was curious about the hearing until a minute in they told the “five cops who died” lie. I knew then the whole thing was going to be bullshit.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  160. Rodrigo. says:

    As soon as I saw it was a black man giving the narration I knew it wouldn’t take long until he pivoted to slavery or other racial issues, as they always do, it seems like that is all that they bring to the table is claiming to be a victim. Building rockets? Nah. Excelling in the sciences? Nope. Designing things? If it’s not a crack pipe or a small tool to bust into a business then nope on that too. Bouncing a ball on the ground? Ok, well they do excel in that immensely important area /s. Claiming to be a victim all the time and asking for free stuff? EXCEL!

  161. @Goddard

    Whites’ ultimate act of servitude to blacks is the donation of their most precious resource—their DNA—to a new Mud Man.

    That would have been happening simply as a consequence of multiracialism, even if whites had self-respect and pride. The reason is that no matter how much anyone attempts to prevent it, as long whites are not reproductively isolated, some of them will mix. Of course, racial self-respect and legal prohibition can slow the rate to a crawl, but given enough time, the expectation must be that two races sharing the same territory will eventually intermix completely, the process snowballing all the way. Too few people understand this. (Derb doesn’t. Or perhaps, for obvious reasons, pretends not to.)

    Still, given that so few people understand it, it would have been one thing if whites ‘accepted’ (however grudgingly) that some mixing was taking place, but in all other respects made every effort to promote their own interests. That way, even if in the fullness of time they found themselves mixed out of existence, one could say well it was such a fun ride all the way down, who can blame them if they didn’t notice they were approaching oblivion? The present reality, however, is no fun ride at all; it is an ordeal.

    • Thanks: Goddard
  162. Here’s some fun.

    You’ve seen 2000 mules. You know what happened. Here’s how to use it to full and magnificent advantage, and help the real America win big and take back our country in 2022. Bigger than we’re already going to win because of the catastrophe that is the Biden administration’s record.

    Each of the cell phone IDs that are mentioned in 2000 mules track the progress of the ballot mules during the voting phase of the election. Each of those IDs leads back to the home of the mule because that cell phone sits on the night stand all through the night at his or her home. Since the Geo location data — the pings — are publicly available (and reportedly soon to be released to the public by True the Vote in Operation Ripcord) anyone in possession of that data can determine the identity of each of the mules by identifying their home address. With that address they can then track them down and confront them with their fate: either be protected and their are anonymity maintained if they tell everything they know about how the ballot harvesting and drop box stuffing took place.: where they got the ballots who they spoke to how they got paid and how much they got paid. Or face imprisonment and the destruction of their lives. With 2000 mules to choose from, and only the first to come forward guranteed protection, we can count on a veritable flood of whistleblowers falling over each other to tell their stories.

    While it is to be expected that the local police authorities — and the feds for sure — may resist in some degree, to pursue these election-associated crimes, it is far more likely that the Internal Revenue Service will be compelled to investigate the undeclared income that the ballot mules collected, presumably in the thousands of dollars. So the approach would be not only to threaten to report them to the police and the feds, but also to threaten to report them to the IRS. This I believe will persuade them to turn on the ballot-fraud conspirators and detail fully all aspects of the conspiracy.

    Having this bombshell expose in the lead up to the 2022 election, we’ll quite likely ***DESTROY*** the Democratic Party. Relegating it to the dust bin of history. That in itself would be a magnificent achievement, but wait, there is more.

    With overwhelming control of both the house and the Senate, a further possibility presents itself.

    It is a little known fact, a bit of political trivia, that the speaker of the House of Representatives does not actually have to be a member of the House of Representatives. The Speaker, appointed by The House can in fact be ***any American citizen***. So consider: with the necessary majority in the House of Representatives and the Senate, Biden and Harris can be impeached, convicted, and removed. Then the line of succession to the presidency falls to the Speaker of the House.

    Thus, after the installation of the new House of Representatives in January of 2023, Donald J Trump can be appointed speaker of the house.

    Yes!!! You see where this is going!!!

    With Biden and Harris gone, Donald Trump can resume his rightful place as
    President of the United States.

    But there’s more!!!

    The remainder of the 2021 to 2025 presidency will be less than half a term. That means that Trump could run again in 2024 and if successful serve as President for almost ten full years, longer than any President except FDR.

    While I’m under no illusion that this ***WILL*** happen, it is completely in the realm of the possible.

    Sit back and savor. Dream the not-at-all-impossible dream.

    • Thanks: CelestiaQuesta, anarchyst
    • LOL: Charon
  163. @Corvinus

    Trump … allegedly was using Mossad to protect himself against the Deep State.

    Oh really … allegedly. Wonder where does this ‘alleged’ belief come from? Just your lying lips?

    I stated well over a year ago that I would not engage with you bc you have no credibility. That hasn’t changed.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  164. throtler says:
    @Zachary Smith

    I still have some Obama toilet paper.

    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
  165. Corvinus says:
    @Carolyn Yeager

    “Oh really … allegedly. Wonder where does this ‘alleged’ belief come from? Just your lying lips?”

    Wasn’t the Deep State after Trump? Wouldn’t he need protection? What better organization than to have by your side. This belief comes from Mefobills. I was just restating his position. He has claimed in the past to have much knowledge in this area, and that he is generally right. You also hold a similar view about being generally right. So, who is to be more trusted here?

    “I stated well over a year ago that I would not engage with you bc you have no credibility. That hasn’t changed.”

    You didn’t even address the fact that Trump is a Zionist. I would say YOU have the credibility issue here. For heaven’s sake, Trump’s son in law is Jewish and served as an advisor! You don’t think for one second that Trump placated the Zionists for the opportunity to be president???

    • Troll: Carolyn Yeager
  166. @Carolyn Yeager

    The tenets of “Trumpism” existed for centuries before Trump was even born. Trump himself doesn’t uphold them. The rule of law? Okay, why did he explicitly say he wasn’t going to arrest Hillary after running on doing so? The sanctity of sovereign borders? Okay, why did he deport zero net illegals and import over 2 million more nonwhites, as well as refuse to leave NATO and reject the UN’s treasonous supernational control over our laws?

    No one was deported. 60,000,000 illegals are still in the US. No one was arrested. Every member of Congress and the executive branch and the communist judges are still there. No borders were protected. No illegal laws were disavowed. He didn’t tell anyone to stand down. He didn’t order the un-enforcement of unconstitutional edicts by the executive branch.

    What, then, is “Trumpism” if not milquetoast zionist neoconservative civic nationalist rhetoric from 20 years ago? And why would anyone here want or support that?

  167. @Carolyn Yeager

    Me, John Derbyshire, and hundreds of thousands of Americans. This guy’s not a God, Carolyn. He’s just famous from a damn TV show.

    • Replies: @Carolyn Yeager
  168. @Seaman

    Agreed, Seaman. People die all the time, whether they go to rallies and riots or not.

    I talked to a Capitol Cop in the summer of ’21 who knew Brian Sicknick, the guy who was supposedly hit by a fire extinguisher. Someone threw it, sure, but those guys had shields, helmets, and the whole get up. This guy told me that, no, it was not a fire extinguisher but the guy’s health that got him. He had some heart condition, I believe.

    BTW, this cop did know who killed Ashli Babbitt even then, but I could tell he didn’t want to tell me any more than that.

  169. Corvinus says:
    @KenH

    “Half Jew Bill Barr is a swamp loyalist and it showed.”

    Assuming that to be true, then Trump cannot be trusted in selecting advisors and got it good and hard as deserved. I mean, he knew that Barr was Jewish and served under one of the Bushes, yet put him in a powerful position. That doesn’t show good judgement.

    “Barr is the guy who went on Wolf Blitzer’s show on CNN about two months before the election and got very emotional when discussing the danger of mass mail in ballots and his grave concerns for the upcoming election.”

    That doesn’t mean that Barr, when pressed under oath, finally admitted the truth. Are you that dense to not understand that presidential advisors may go on TV and tout a position they know is other than truthful?

    “Then after the election he does a 180 and declared that there was no “widespread fraud” that would have changed the election outcome.”

    Because he saw the evidence. Even the Arizona state audit disproved Trump’s allegations. Are you that stubborn to admit you are dead wrong?

    “This without even investigating any of the credible allegations that were pouring in from precincts in all the battleground states.”

    To the contrary, there were several, in-depth investigations, and the result was the same–no widespread fraud as claimed.

    How do you account for Sydney Powell who said she had clear evidence that the U.S. Army seized servers in Germany showing that Trump votes were switched to Biden, and has yet to provide that proof?

    “Jason Miller says the Jan 6th committee took his comments out of context”

    Of course he is going to make that accusation! But the fact of the matter is that under oath, Miller said that polling numbers showed Trump losing.

    “Sure, jackasses like Donoghue say stuff like that to maintain their standing in the swamp and not jeopardize future job opportunities.”

    You mean like Barr and Miller when catering to Trump? Regardless, you are obligated to demonstrate how Donoghue is lying here. Show your work.

    “American Jews were disproportionately involved in this conspiracy.”

    You mean like Jared Kushner, who is Trump’s son-in-law.

    “Whether anyone likes or hates Trump the swamp wanted him out by any means necessary and since their bogus impeachment failed then then weaponized COVID to crash the economy and force through illegal changes to state voting laws and rules and instigated nationwide riots so people would blame Trump for all of it and vote him out. And it worked.”

    Cool story, bro.

    • Replies: @KenH
  170. @anon

    It’s become obvious our political pay to play masters are compromised, and in order to maintain any credible standing must submit to the every whim of their (((overlords))).
    Jeffrey Epstein (himself compromised) was just one (((PedoPimp))) setup by Five Eyes to gather compromising intel on specific targets.

    Another (((PedoPimp))) team working undercover captured Hunter Biden’s escapades to be used for favors once the Big Guy CornPop received POTUS confirmation. It’s been downhill since. CornPop is so compromised, he can’t think, walk, or talk without medical/Pharma intervention. Then there’s Schumer’s and Schiff’s pedo adventures, Nancy’s child virgin blood transfusions and insider trading, Fat Jerry Nadlers Moher fetish, Hilary’s lesbian mental disorder, not to mention the Clinton Pay to Play Foundation, Clinton Body Count, bla bla bla, the list is earth shattering.

    They believe we’re so gullible, they could appoint a black defense Secretary, a fag in charge of transportation, a drag Queen for health Secretary, a black lesbian press Secretary, (excuse me while I vomit), and no one would dare question their qualifications or credibility. The Illegitimate Babbling Buffoon Administration is so gay, they created MonkeyPox because C19 was taking away their spotlight, ruining gay pride parades and closing down gay bath houses. Since MonkeyPox originated by gay anal sex, the chances of catching it if straight is non existent unless you have sex with a closet GlobalHomo who’s not being honest about his gay nightlife.

    I Agree with Derb, I’ll take “America First” without GlobalHomoZioBIGsRxMIC3BLM that’s still getting away with murder and crimes against humanity.

  171. anon[137] • Disclaimer says:

    Trump made many mistakes.
    But,
    Trump took steps no else could, would or could even conceive – N. Korea, talk to/Russia, tariffs/China.
    Is Flynn the only American Trump can trust?
    Any American not corrupt, cowardly, piss ant?
    America needs Trump. Only Trump big enough.
    The Deep Shit State shits at the mention of his name.

    2024 – 3rd straight.

  172. @Swaytonious

    DeSantis also kneels before the unzipped Israelis.

    Yep.

    Maybe he is using the small-hats’ organisational prowess to get into office, then he intends to pull a Vladimir Vladimirovich and give the kike oligarchs their marching orders (and/or Berenovsky those parasitic motherfuckers).

    Frankly that’s immensely unlikely – it’s got maybe a 1 in a thousand chance of actually being his plan.

    He’s just a typical piece-of-shit politician. Anybody who thinks he’s the Great Saviour is utterly retarded.

  173. John Derbyshire: “The chairman of this event is some congresscritter named Bennie Thompson …”

    LOL, he looks a lot like Dr. Zaius from Planet of the Apes.

    John Derbyshire: “I know it’s trite to say it, Mr. Chairman, but do you really believe that a white male cop who shot an unarmed black woman under any circumstances whatsoever would get away without a word of reprimand?”

    Here Derb appears to be forgetting the Miriam Carey incident.

    https://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/was-police-shooting-unarmed-woman-outside-capitol-justified-flna8c11340134

    https://www.nbcwashington.com/news/local/us-attorneys-office-no-prosecution-in-death-of-woman-in-capitol-hill-chase/104031/

    Cops are the regime’s enforcers. They are subhuman scum who can get away with murder very easily, especially if the excuse is they are protecting American politicians, who regard themselves as much more important than the peasants.

  174. @silviosilver

    That black guy looked to me like an orangutan! Its like ‘ Planet of the…”😉

  175. @Petermx

    This is the problem with people who are warehoused in a Western public-school system: the mathematics side of things fails to teach them how to sort by date.

    All the kike influence on the government and bureaucracy of the USSR was pretty much eliminated a half-decade before WWII.

    Yezhov and Beria were both gentiles (Beria was devoutly Russian Orthodox); Kaganovich was a kike, but had proved his bona fides during the Great Purge of 1937 (a key motivation for Stalin to ‘clean house’, was the assassination of Kirov – another gentile – in 1934).

    It’s true that Red Army was infested with komissars (political officers – политический руководитель) – but so was the German military (the Nationalsozialistische Führungsoffiziere). Turns out that if your political system has a strong revolutionary-ideological ‘bent’, you have to have kommisars: that’s been true since the French Revolution.

    In the English military they didn’t need indoctrinators to make sure the troops followed orders to charge: their ‘normal’ officer class had no qualms about walking behind the lines, shooting chaps who failed to advance in good order.

    There’s not much good evidence that the kikes retained their over-representation among the komissars after 1937, and plenty of evidence to the contrary.

    I’ll blame the Red Sea Pedestrians as a default position most of the time, but not in this instance: they do not deserve credit for the Red Army winning WWII.

    • Replies: @Petermx
  176. AKINDLE says:

    Give me a break. Trump only excelled at one thing: pandering to negroes. He will never win anything again.

  177. BBQWhales says:

    You had TRUMPISM without TRUMP – it was ROLL OVER Republicans.
    Sorry, you cant have WARRIOR RESULTS with SISSY GIRLYMEN being polite courteous & losing.

  178. Flubber says:
    @silviosilver

    Blacks are the anvil upon which civilisation is being broken.

    They’re not the ones wielding the hammer.

  179. I voted for Trump twice. Loved his rhetoric, hated the fact that he got very little done. Especially with his scheme son-in-law undermining him at every turn.

  180. The way in which the Democrats find the very worst types of Black American to enter Congress denigrates their entire community, no doubt as intended, but they do fit in well.

  181. @throtler

    Hang on to it-you’ll have to eat it soon.

  182. @Currahee

    He’s no Paul Robeson, that’s for sure.

  183. @Goddard

    Interesting idea. Then Trump could retire halfway through his term; when DeSantis moves into the Oval Office, he would be Constitutionally entitled to run as incumbent for two more terms.

    • Replies: @A123
  184. @Mark G.

    In a perfect world, you are right. But in the world that we inhabit, none of the corrupt tax-print-and-spend policies that our leaders have adopted (mainly for their own enrichment and/or for the power that these policies created) for the last 30+, 40+, N+ years can, or will, be changed.

    It is no longer politically possible for our governments to take the corrective actions needed to prevent the coming collapse. Look only at the millions of civil servants that currently exist across the globe. They are largely unemployable outside their bureaucracies. Our rulers won’t allow their “employment” to be terminated. What would those people do? Personally, I could not care less, but it is another one of the elephants in the room.

    There are many other examples. And sadly, there is very, very, little we the people can do about it.

    We live in darkening times. The best we can do is to is to live locally, establish or re-establish the relationships within our own tribes, and continue to work with and support like-minded individuals and their tribes to better weather the coming collapse.

  185. Anon[210] • Disclaimer says:

    Time to start seriously developing a plan B. It takes a few years of planning, but better early than 1 day too late. Our forefathers left their homeland for better pastures and we can too.

    Life is way better on the outside.

  186. Sokrates says:
    @Gyre07

    The solution to the world foremost problem, is one and ONLY one.
    Bomb Israel and let them run into hiding.
    They will have no time to destroy our societies any more.

  187. SMK says: • Website
    @Peter D. Bredon

    Of all the deranged and psychotic Trump-haters -democrats and republicans, gentiles and Jews, leftists of all races, neocons, “rinos,” “cucks,” Mitt Romney, Liz Cheney, Max Boot, Bill Kristol, David Frum, Bill Mahrer, ad nauseum- the most deranged and psychotic is Sam Harris who, unlike all the others, argued that Trump was worse than Hitler and Osama Bin Laden, more “reprehensible” and “despicable” than a Muslim terrorist and “mastermind” of 9/11 and a Nazi lunatic who murdered 6-million Jews and started World-War II, a “300 lb. child and psychopath who has defiled the planet,” and other demented and unhinged ravings beginning when Trump announced that he was running for president and during his 4-years as president and still during the year and a of Biden’s farcical and disastrous presidency and forever.

    Imagine if Trump is elected president in 2924!

    He was so blinded by his hatred of Trump that he was ecstatic when Biden defeated the “child” and “psychopath” and declared with other leftists that “the adults are back in charge,” hailing the victory of a senile and demented buffoon in his “‘second childhood” and crazy cackling Kamala, who habitually speaks and acts like a 13-year-old teenage girl, by far the worst president and vice-president in almost 250-years of American history and they’ve only been in office for 18-months.

  188. @Zachary Smith

    https://rationalwiki.org/wiki/John_Derbyshire

    This explains so so much, Smithstein is a left wing pseudo skeptic.

    Arrogant
    Race Denier
    No self awareness

    Despite claiming to be a trained mathematician, Derbyshire went on to endorse the fake statistics peddled by the pseudoscience of psychometrics, claiming that “the mean intelligence of blacks is much lower than for whites.”[1]

    Because this isn’t’ a scientific fact… ; )

  189. @Carolyn Yeager

    First of all, my handle is taken from a German WW2 tank ace.
    Secondly, voting is meaningless since Jews control both major parties. Any political solution would require an independent party with enough funding and organic, popular energy to come to power.
    I have no “game” here, just stating it like it is.

    • Replies: @Carolyn Yeager
  190. Petermx says:
    @Kratoklastes

    I am not giving them credit for winning WW II, nor am I giving it to you. You didn’t fight alone, although you made the biggest sacrifice on the allied side but not compared to Germany who had millions of civilians deliberately murdered in Great Britain and the USA’s bombing campaign, murders they boast about, not to mention what the Red Army did. The allies won WW II because of the combined efforts of USSR, Great Britain, USA, world Jewry and France, which was knocked out in 1940. Without your allies, none of you would have won against Germany. Probably Jews do deserve credit for winnng WW II. They did more than anyone to pull Great Britain and the USA into the war, not by fighting but by making financial payoffs and propagandizing for it.

    You still had Ilya Ehrenburg, Vasily Grossman and others working for you during the war. You have a right to be proud and a right to celebrate your victory but Germans don’t have to celebrate what you did and shouldn’t. They should remember their soldiers and losses and hopefully will do that someday.

    • Agree: lavoisier
  191. Anonymous[410] • Disclaimer says:
    @Old and Grumpy

    Blacks are being weaponized for the now with no intention of being given a future. Basically they are volunteer slaves for the economic one percent who likely owned and enslaved them to start with.

    It certainly looks that way, but my guess would be that former President Obama is simply trying to use the present supremacy of the Black coalition in the US to achieve a command economy and permanent dominance by the Black coalition that he currently heads. The Black coalition and the Federal Agencies (which supports a big chunk of the Black middle class) badly need a command economy and permanent dominance, as they are both loosing their legitimacy and thus becoming a threat instead of a charity for the deserving poor and the Winners of WW II (Blacks and Agencies respectively).

    The chance of obtaining such a permanent dominance is very small, and the chance of a command economy lasting more than a decade or so is also very small. However, political leaders do not think freely (as they are restricted to whatever actions will keep their coalition together), and it is possible that former President Obama is not thinking long term. It is obvious that his coalition is not thinking long term.

  192. Coemgen says:

    I’d Still Prefer Trumpism Without Trump

    That’s the spirit!

    Always look a gift horse in the mouth!

    Look how far a pathological level of ingratitude has taken U.S Rep. Ilhan Omar.

    • Thanks: Carolyn Yeager
  193. Coemgen says:

    Drain that swamp!

    That hasn’t worked so far.

    Maybe we need a new metaphor: Fill that swamp! (clean fill only)

  194. KenH says:
    @Corvinus

    Assuming that to be true, then Trump cannot be trusted in selecting advisors and got it good and hard as deserved.

    On this you are 100% correct. Trump continued to appoint sketchy people or people who did not support his agenda and platform and in the end it arguably cost him re-election.

    Pre-election polling numbers couldn’t be trusted since the majority of polling organizations always oversample Democrats and people aren’t always honest with the pollsters. And again, most polling data showed Trump losing in 2016 by a landslide and how did that turn out? Should Republican presidential candidates and presidents just throw in the towel every time a poll shows them losing?

    How do you account for Sydney Powell who said she had clear evidence that the U.S. Army seized servers in Germany showing that Trump votes were switched to Biden, and has yet to provide that proof?

    I never said anything about Powell and the majority of people claiming fraud and widespread irregularities do not rely on her allegations since to my knowledge she has not provided evidence to back them up. Trump has never put any stock in her allegations and she was dismissed from his legal team late in 2020.

    You mean like Jared Kushner, who is Trump’s son-in-law.

    Kushner kept advising Trump to concede shortly after the election so he was part of the problem.

    Cool story, bro.

    A lot more credible than your Russian hacking and Russia collusion garbage. The anti-Trump strategy was mostly admitted in the Time magazine article of Feb 4th 2021 that bragged about “saving” and “fortifying” the 2020 election.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  195. Druid55 says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Marquis of Queesbury rules in boxing!

  196. Anon[291] • Disclaimer says:
    @EliteCommInc.

    “There are simply more whites than blacks and therefore more targets for criminal conduct.”

    If whites had the same level of criminal conduct that blacks have, blacks would be extinct because there are fewer of them to target.

  197. Anon[291] • Disclaimer says:
    @ARepli

    Rittenhouse is a hero who defended the innocent, not a monster who attacked the innocent.

    That you can’t tell the difference is evidence of depraved indifference on your part.

  198. @Achmed E. Newman

    Trump has a 4-year record as president of the United States, for God’s sake. He’s not just “famous for a TV show.”

    So You and John Derbyshire have the necessary “courage and lack of give-a-damn-about-civility-ness” and that’s it? You are a nameless troll and J.D. is certainly not known for his courage! Or his incivility. So you strike out on both counts.

    “Hundreds of thousands of Americans” is not naming a single one! You strike out there too. I also said nothing to indicate I thought Trump “was a God.” Yes, you are certainly at peak stupidity. It must be tough to have a quota of comments to make with so little to say (20,800 comments here).

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  199. Anon[378] • Disclaimer says:

    Draft Tucker. Trump will force vax us using the military.

  200. @Staudegger

    First: who are YOU, Jew, to name yourself after a German WW2 tank ace — which you are NOT.

    Second: Stating that “voting is meaningless” and “there is no political solution” is not a new idea or your own idea so … that leaves the question still open and unanswered, “What is your game here?”
    Unz Review has been around a long time and is plenty well-known to men of your professed beliefs. What took you so long to get here? Did you just come of age? Are you perhaps 16 years old?

    Or is this just a new account for an old troll?

    • Replies: @Carolyn Yeager
  201. Jim H says:
    @Anon

    ‘Who is America’s ruling class? Who speaks for “America” on the world stage? You are not dealing with Americans!’ — Anon, post # 133

    Since there are no actual Americans in the “Biden” regime, someone else has to speak up for America’s interests:

    Following Israel’s Friday pre-dawn raid on Damascus airport, Russia’s Foreign Ministry on Friday evening slammed the “vicious practice” of Israeli strikes on civilian infrastructure, which it said were “provocative” and “in violation of the basic norms of international law.”

    Russian foreign ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova said, “We are compelled to reiterate that the ongoing Israeli shelling of the territory of the Syrian Arab Republic is absolutely unacceptable.”

    She continued: “We strongly condemn Israel’s provocative attack on the most important object of the Syrian civilian infrastructure. Such irresponsible actions create serious risks for international air traffic and put the lives of innocent people in real danger.” — ZH

    Not in fifty years has the foreign-occupied State Department uttered a peep of complaint against apartheid Israel’s violent, reckless predations against its neighbors.

    Unlike us, the Russians own their culture. They don’t let enemy aliens hijack, twist and subvert it.

  202. lavoisier says:
    @Carolyn Yeager

    Americans can’t just go to the polls and vote against Trump–they have to vote for someone. Or are you recommending NOT to vote at all. What is your game?

    Excellent question.

    Most would answer to choose the lesser of two evils–Trump over whatever evil Democrat they put up against him and that seems reasonable on the surface.

    But there are harms in choosing the lesser evil in such a situation. Choosing Trump disarms you to the harm that has befallen the nation and at some level makes the people complacent at what is being done to them by their government.

    After seeing Trump fail to keep any of his promises to the people who put him in power, some of whom took incredible risks for the man and whom he betrayed, and his slavish obedience to all things Zion, I would choose to stay home.

    With a Democrat you know he is your enemy so you are not surprised by their animus towards you and their concerted efforts to harm the American people. With Trump, you can fool yourself into thinking he is really going to support the historic American nation based on his words. This is very dangerous as it provides comfort while Rome continues to burn.

    The Jewish scum he pardoned at the end of his tenure tells me that he is not someone to be trusted ever again. He is a servant of Zion masquerading as a patriotic American.

    • Agree: Adam Smith
    • Replies: @BuelahMan
  203. A123 says: • Website
    @Buck Ransom

    DeSantis and Trump are both Florida citizens. This is the rule for the Electoral College:

    The Electors shall meet in their respective states and vote by ballot for President and Vice-President, one of whom, at least, shall not be an inhabitant of the same state with themselves

    Trump selecting DeSantis as VP would give Florida to the Democrats.

    PEACE 😇

  204. @Carolyn Yeager

    Trump has a 4 year record of nearly completely blowing an opportunity that 60 million hopeful Americans gave him! The immigration issue is existential – he made some headway, but all of that was non-legislative under-the-radar stuff that could be turned around the day he left office. It was!

    You have a point that Mr. D. here is perhaps a little too civil, but he tells a lot of truth, and he has the brainpower and knowledge that Trump is lacking.

    Hell, I don’t even mind that Trump is lacking it, if he would just hire employees that do and that he can TRUST. That was his problem, IMO. You do have to delegate – Donald Trump didn’t have the confidence that he could use his trusted friends to drain the swamp. Instead, he figured, as with his Real Estate business, I guess, that he’d get the “experts” in running government, straight out of the Beltway. Stupid, stupid, stupid! All that said, I LIKE the guy. I’d rather he be President than any of the Commies that are around. I’d just rather have someone who has a strategy and leadership ability. (Ron DeSantis is one out many.)

    I could run things just fine – been following politics and understanding the solutions for years now. However, no, I’m not on TV and not known beyond my blog. That’s the problem with the other 100’s of thousands of American men who could do this job. It’s really the problem with the other 300 million that vote based on pretty faces on TV and demagoguery.

    My wasting my time on imbecile broads like you on-line is not helping our country however, so bye, Carolyn.

    • Replies: @Carolyn Yeager
    , @anarchyst
  205. Anonymous[124] • Disclaimer says: • Website
    @Corvinus

    Remember that this is a *bipartisan* Congressional committee

    Just like the Wehrmacht was an unbiased “tripartisan” military force because it contained Aryans, Jews, and blacks.

    Right?

    https://tinyurl.com/5n77mzv8

    https://tinyurl.com/4nzmbdmt

    I bet you also think Biden is the bee’s knees, Kamaltoe hot, and Hilligula robbed of her rightful queenship.

    Are you familiar with the term “useful idiot”?

  206. Corvinus says:
    @KenH

    “ On this you are 100% correct. Trump continued to appoint sketchy people or people who did not support his agenda”

    He lost the election because enough voters saw through his charade, and those advisors finally realized his ineffectiveness as a leader.

    “Pre-election polling numbers couldn’t be trusted since the majority of polling organizations always oversample Democrats”

    As well as Republicans. Be consistent.

    “I never said anything about Powell and the majority of people claiming fraud and widespread irregularities do not rely on her allegations since to my knowledge she has not provided evidence to back them up”

    So you are tacitly admitting that she is lying. Now, that be the case, why should we trust anyone who made similar claims. Furthermore, Trump did support anyone who made such statements, and put stock into what she said.

    “lot more credible than your Russian hacking and Russia collusion garbage.”

    You’re just straight up lying here.

    • Replies: @KenH
  207. @Achmed E. Newman

    Yeah, yeah. You can’t answer a single direct and pertinent question from me, to support your previous statements, but you CAN write paragraphs of unrequested general criticism that is just more of what you’ve already said.

    This is all your 20,000 comments here amount to. You have clearly lost the ‘debate’ Achmed, and so resort to ad hominem and literally run away rather than admit it.

    P.S. Your blog is redundant material.

  208. @Achmed E. Newman

    The 9th Marquess Of Queensberry, given name John Douglas, formulated the rules that we use in modern boxing, and he developed the boxing-glove. The 9th Marquess was a gifted athlete and boxer in his own right, and his rules were meant to make boxing more survivable, as it was bare knuckle and extremely savage at the time. He is also known for a very deft legal takedown of Oscar Wilde, who had seduced and was having an affair with the Marquess’ son, about twenty years Wilde’s junior. The Marquess left his calling card on which he called Wilde a “sodomite” at Wilde’s social club, provoking Wilde into an unwise lawsuit for defamation, against the advice of Wilde’s many friends. To defend himself, The Marquess’ lawyers produced numerous male witnesses who testified to being paid for sex by Wilde. Wilde himself gave legally irrelevant testimony that appeared arrogant and flippant, and seemed most concerned with uttering witty one liners. As Wilde later put it: “I was my own persecutor.” English law at the time required that if one sued for defamation and lost, he must pay the defenders legal expenses. As The Marquess had hired the best, and extensive private detective resources had been used assembling the testimony of Wilde’s rent boys, the legal bills were gigantic and bankrupted Wilde. Wilde was proud of and made his living by being the most verbally clever man in the room, but clearly The 9th Marquess defeated Wilde at his own game. To your comment, AEN, I believe the phrase you were looking for is “Quetta Rules”.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  209. Anon7 says:

    For those who wonder how we’ve gone so far down the road to Soviet-style show trials:

    No Fair! [NPR]

    Producer David Kestenbaum explains how teachers at his sons’ preschool installed a “tattle phone” where kids could register their complaints about each other. David rigged it up to record those complaints and document the unfairnesses of preschool. (12 minutes)

    That’s right. They could be encouraged to start learning useful skills (I learned to read when I was three, why don’t most kids?) and spend lots of time playing outside.

    Instead, they argue incessantly about the “rules” and “what is fair”. No wonder they become social justice warriors in college.

    I’ll bet those pre-school kids would love to see the unfair kids get what’s coming to them in a show trial.

  210. @Blissex

    Derbyshire’s article has this as the lede “Jan. 6 Show Trial Reaches North Korean Levels of Lying__…” then figuratively overflowing colostomy bag produces not even 1! Derbyshire is a bloviating, rabble-rousing liar!

  211. @Carolyn Yeager

    Alright Staudegger, I looked at your Comments page (which I should do first but never think about it until after a couple of comments have been written), and you appear there to be on the up and up, I have a few questions that I think you should not mind answering … considering the prevalence of trolls in these threads.

    I looked up Franz Staudegger and found he was Austrian, from Kaernten in Upper Austria (south to us), from where also hailed my good friend Wilhelm Kreissmann, a contemporary of Staudegger, born in 1919. https://kriessmann.carolynyeager.net/ Perhaps they knew each other. I can’t ask, as Willi died in 2012. Willi grew up in Klagenfuert, where his father was a schoolteacher and school Principal. It was and is perhaps the most nationalist-sympathetic part of Austria.

    Are you by any chance Austrian-German to any extent or just a fan of WWII heroes? Clearly you’re American, and a fan of Tanstaafl. As you may or may not know, I have a history with the more unpleasant side of T., who accused me of being too much a German nationalist when he deceitfully and shockingly took control of my (our) radio network and locked me out. He treated me very wrongly, and dishonestly, because his paranoia got the better of him. One symptom of his paranoia is fear of having his true identity revealed. I know it but have never mentioned it to a soul. Of course, no one has ever asked me for it either. LOL. So much for the extent of the interest in Tanstaafl.

    You don’t seem to have a very high opinion of Slavs, which is what White Nationalists get upset with German National Socialist admirers about. Would you disagree with that? Thanks for a yes or no on that. Or more if you wish.

    On my part, I apologize for calling you a Jew without any proof for it. I don’t think you are. But you should remember Trump is a half-German, half Scottish American. What real estate developer in NY City would not do business with Jews?? [My own father and grandfathers were forced to do business with Jews; believe me, they didn’t want to and didn’t like it.] You don’t seem to really know anything about the Trumps in business, but are just repeating what others have said — like Tanstaafl? That doesn’t say much for you. I think you’re young and still finding yourself.

    • Replies: @Staudegger
  212. @Carolyn Yeager

    or just a fan of WWII heroes?

    This.

    You don’t seem to have a very high opinion of Slavs, which is what White Nationalists get upset with German National Socialist admirers about. Would you disagree with that?

    I don’t have a high opinion of Slavs, but they definitely are Aryans, and I’ve said so. There was a reason why Bolshevism took root in Russia and not the West, because Slavs for whatever reason tend to be very servile. The willingness of Ukrainians to die for Zelensky is only further proof of that.

    As for Trump, he doesn’t deserve any sympathy. He’s not just willing to cooperate with Jews, he’s willing to betray his own race to them. He sacrificed his own daughter to them. He led NYC’s Israel Day Parade for years. He murdered Solemani for Netenyahu. He cynically used White votes to get elected and then thumbed his nose at them and did whatever Kushner wanted him to. He started a riot at the Capitol and then let the DOJ persecute the protestors. He could’ve pardoned his supporters and spared them the torture they’re currently undergoing but instead he pardoned a bunch of black and Jewish crooks. Trump is a sleazeball and a con artist and he doesn’t deserve a single White vote.

    I can’t speak about your history with tanstaafl. What I know is that he is currently one of the best writers/speakers on Jewish behavior from a scientific perspective.

    • Replies: @Carolyn Yeager
  213. @Staudegger

    The democrats spent four years demolishing Trump’s administration and Trump did nothing to stop them.

    The democrats had to appear to be against him because that was the nature of the scam. The more they badmouthed him the more his low IQ supporters supported him while he openly serially betrayed them. If the democrats actually wanted to get rid of him, they could’ve included his crimes in Syria among the impeachment charges against him, for example, but they didn’t.

    The dems aren’t afraid of Trump.

    Exactly; because they’re on the same team.

    • Agree: Staudegger
    • Replies: @Carolyn Yeager
  214. KenH says:
    @Corvinus

    He lost the election because enough voters saw through his charade, and those advisors finally realized his ineffectiveness as a leader.

    Sure Corvy, and Biden is a steady hand, cool hand Luke and philosopher king that America needed. Are you claiming Biden is a better leader when the country is sinking into economic depression, too many crises to name and mismanagement the likes of which we have never seen?

    You will respond will your usual dissembling and lies which is all you are good for.

    So you are tacitly admitting that she is lying.

    You have poor reading comprehension skills. She hasn’t provided any evidence but still claims she has it. I don’t know either way. Can you admit Christopher Steel and Jew Adam Shiff are liars?

    You’re just straight up lying here.

    You were confronted with facts that you can’t dispute. You were dumb enough to believe the Russia collusion garbage. That’s all anyone needs to know about you. You have no credibility.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
    , @Harold Smith
  215. Corvinus says:
    @KenH

    Stick to the point. Trump lost. There wasn’t the type of voting fraud that you and others claim to be.

    Biden had his fair share of issues as well. But truth be told, presidents have very little control over gas prices. Yes, policies and legislation can certainly play a role, but gas prices are largely dictated by oil prices and oil prices are dependent upon supply and demand. Presidential control is not as simple as what you suggest.

    “She hasn’t provided any evidence but still claims she has it. I don’t know either way.”

    Of course you know. You’re just taking the easy way out here.

    “You were confronted with facts that you can’t dispute”

    You are out of your league here. “No obstruction. No collusion. Total and complete exoneration!” is a completely false statement. Mueller said explicitly that he did not exonerate Trump as to any collusion. Mueller was also not even consulted when William Barr crafted his letter. Moreover, Mueller had narrowly defined collusion not just as “conspiracy” but only one narrow part of conspiracy (with the IRA and/or Russian hackers). We need to know what evidence Mueller had that led him to be unable to exonerate Trump on that specific allegation. Mueller found evidence, just not enough to indict.

    Releasing the Mueller report to Congress is the only option. For two years, scores of investigative reporters and independent journalists, along with Mueller, has culled evidence that Trump traded American foreign policy for money. Barr’s summary of a report that does NOT even relate to that accusation. The campaign did not collude in election hacking, It colluded to advance Trump business interests, evident by his associates being brought to justice in that vein.

    So what we have here is a four page summary, rather than the entire report, that only glosses over the details. Trump was not vindicated on collusion. “No collusion” means only that Mueller did not have “beyond a reasonable doubt” evidence of a criminal conspiracy. As to obstruction, Mueller was NOT consulted by his boss as to what Barr interpreted on what he thinks was found. “No collusion” would be “exoneration”. The report says “no exoneration” and that evidence of criminality existed but not at the 90 percent level—criminal indictment.

    As to collusion, it continues to be properly investigated—not in the narrow way Trump demanded and apparently Mueller’s team acceded to—in multiple other federal jurisdictions and the inability to indict on the investigated collusion is not an inability to impeach. Besides, over 400 detailed pages is important here for insight and context. If 90% or more proof of conspiracy—a narrow vein of collusion that excludes many criminal collusive acts currently being investigated—is what is required to convict someone (and under Department of Justice Regulations to indict them in the first instance), what percent proof establishes them as a national security threat? Besides, Trump not facing an indictment for conspiracy and obstruction does NOT end the NYAG, MDAG, NJAG, NDCA, NYCDA, or other active state-level criminal probes.

    “Can you admit Christopher Steel and Jew Adam Shiff are liars?”

    You’re going to have to do much better than rely on your confirmation bias.

  216. @Emslander

    Pelosi’s Groom of the Stool.

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

    (All kidding aside, I am sure Biden has one of those, either “Dr.” Jill or a highly trusted member of the Secretive Service with a strong stomach.)

  217. @Here Be Dragon

    Your mention of Leo[sic] Trotsky reminds me of the time I asked my shitlib older brother if he had ever heard of Lev Bronstein. “No,” he had immediately answered. But when I asked him if he had ever heard of Leon Trotsky, “Of course,” he answered.

    Because my brother and his wife are regular watchers of The History Channel[the Hitler Channel], he considers himself knowledgeable about history, yet, he is, like most intellectual lefties, I have found, a mid-wit who can only satisfactorily regurgitate the propaganda he’s been fed but incapable of using new information to draw any new and original conclusions.

    • Replies: @anarchyst
    , @Here Be Dragon
  218. @KenH

    Trump’s 2020 loss was his own doing. He betrayed his supporters and he betrayed America at a very critical time. Trump, the delusional infantile narcissist thought he could have it both ways. Unfortunately for Trump too many people came to see him for the evil clown that he is.

  219. Not you says:
    @Woodsy

    You mean he has principles. Like his father does. Yeah, that won’t fly in Mordor-on-the-Potomac or on Main St or Wall St or Israel or…well, you get the picture.

  220. @Bombercommand

    Thanks for the background and interesting comment in general, BomberCommand. Now I know what Druid55 was talking about in his reply too. I just looked it up and found nothing for “Quetta Rules”. I may be lost again…

    • Replies: @Bombercommand
  221. Not you says:

    America is a nation of addicts. Addictions cannot be overcome when the substance an addict is used to misusing or abusing are made readily available to them. There is no weaning an addict from their drug of choice, whatever it may be. An addict must make a conscious decision to put down their drug of choice permanently before they destroy themselves. Addiction to easy money and credit has given individuals the illusion that other individuals can take all the risks while they reap the benefits. This is a lie, a trap, an illusion.

    What made America great and attractive was her promise that if you were willing to assume the risks, exercise personal responsibility in every facet of life and worked hard, you could have something, you were free. Those days are gone. It is over. It has to crash. The crash is the opportunity for a real revolution where certain principles must be restored. Those who cannot break their addiction will perish.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  222. anarchyst says:
    @Kolya Krassotkin

    The “American History Channel” in the USA should be renamed the “American Hitler Channel” for all the falsehoods and propaganda that it portrays and disseminates about WW2, Germany and Adolf Hitler.
    According to programs on the “American History Channel”, Hitler was a drug addict, impotent, riddled with syphilis and other STDs, possessed highly technical “superweapons”, possessed “alien technology”, advanced flight and anti-gravity technologies, and yet could not “win” WW2.
    Anyone with an open mind who watches the Hitler lies and fabrications on that channel can easily see that it is all BS, especially when the so-called “holocaust™” is inserted into just about all of these programming “gems”. The same old photos of emaciated typhus victim bodies are constantly being paraded around to remind “us” how evil Hitler truly was. (Yeah, right).
    Germany was much more advanced than even the USA of the time, hence “Operation Paperclip” commenced in which the USA snatched up Germany’s greatest scientific minds after the summation of WW2.
    Looking at the big picture (which is always ignored), the “German state” was attacked by the rest of the world, and “held on” to its principles for far longer than expected.
    Hitler’s greatest “sin” was the monetization of labor (giving labor true “value”) and going against the Rothschild banks. Going against the jew-run banks made him “enemy #1”. He also KNEW that there was a subset of Bolshevik jews who were fomenting communist revolution within Germany. Most people are unaware of the secret agreements that he had with the zionists to “encourage” jewish emigration to what was then known as Palestine. These agreements were celebrated by both the German government and the zionists at the time. THAT aspect of history is never mentioned on the “American Hitler Channel”.
    If those of “the greatest generation” could see the world of today and what it has become, being jew-controlled, they would have thrown off their American uniforms and fought on the side of the Germans…

    • Troll: Corvinus
  223. Not you says:

    There are two ways, and only two ways, to organize a society of people. One is through economics, the way of peace. The other is through politics, the way of violence. So long as individuals choose to use politics as a way of organizing society, individuals will be violated. Politics is why we are in the position we are in now. Man’s propensity and arrogance to believe he is clever lead him to entertain the notion that he can and will find another way but simple logic says he will not.

  224. anarchyst says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    You are missing a very important point. Trump was rendered somewhat impotent by the laws that changed the “rules” for presidential appointments. Until the 1930s, every time a presidential administration changed, ALL positions in the executive branch changed as well, given to supporters of the president’s political party. This assured that the president’s administration would have a certain amount of loyalty–something that is missing in today’s “Senior Executive Service” system where senior executive positions are filled while ignoring party affiliation.
    We would need to go back to the old ways, that when the presidential administration changes so do the underlings in the executive branch…

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  225. @anarchyst

    The flaw with this logic, Anarchyst, is that Trump had loads of people in “his” party (or I should say, “his squad of The Party”) who were against him too. Do you remember anti-Trumpist Paul Ryan? I believe he got voted out as in an incumbent. Trump needed to clean house, and you must have real loyalists working for you to do that.

    I don’t care that “this guy knows nothing about environmental matters for this department” or whatever it is. That doesn’t matter. There are plenty of people in said organizations that can get things done. It’s a matter of who they actually work for, and if they didn’t work on behalf of Trump and patriotic Americans, that friend-of-Trump’s job is to get rid of them. You don’t have to actually gut any whole Cabinet Dept, as once you put the fear in those bureaucrats, they’ll comply.

    See, what President Trump did have going for him was 50 or more million Americans that would have done lots for him. He didn’t use them. They voted, and they went to rallies. (I did both.) However, instead of tweeting about “Joe Biden can’t beat me up” – and yes, I remember this – he needed a guy to gather the info, write the tweets, and use these to give American patriots their instructions, such as:

    “Judge ABC of the 3rd District of Arizona (whatever) has been blocking our legislation. He must be recalled. The petitions can be found here. We need 90,000 signatures by next week. Please call your Arizona legislators too, as we must have Judge ABC removed!”

    You do that for 100 judges, and that’s just a start. You get organized, even if you suck at it yourself, as Trump did. He’d rather talk in circles at a rally or badmouth someone in a tweet. He still could have hired those people who are organizers. They could have gotten the American people to do whatever political moves he needed, and 50 million eager American patriots can exert a TREMENDOUS amount of political pressure, when guided the right way.

    What a lost opportunity. In the meantime we can’t wait for “another shot at it”. From ’16 through now, even before the Biden open borders push, there were likely another couple of million successful illegal alien entries (it’s not all across the southern border) and a couple of million legal immigrants. They all have kids and even bring over their parents. There was just one main job that the American patriots voted for him to do. I wish I could have been there when Ann Coulter told him off!

    • Replies: @anarchyst
  226. anarchyst says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    You make excellent points about Trump’s naivete especially when it came to enemies in his own party. You are spot on.
    I think that Trump is more politically “streetwise” as a result of the turn (fraud) of the last election.
    That being said, there is another way.
    The speaker of the house is not required to be a “member of Congress”. If and when the Republicans gain back the house and senate, Trump could easily be assigned that position, which would infuriate both the left and traitors in his own party. That would be an interesting course of action…and a way to get back at his political enemies.
    Regards,

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  227. Anon[665] • Disclaimer says:
    @Wala

    Hi Wala, Edison was a true great American. He stole every idea that he had, including the light bulb which was pioneered and invented by Joseph Swan some 20 years before it was advertised by Edison. He was an advertising, self-aggrandising thief.

  228. @anarchyst

    Your plan would be an excellent one, Mr. Anarchyst, but the only problem I could foresee is Donald Trump’s ego. He will not settle for anything but being the top guy in the limelight. I’d have had no problem with that, had he been smart enough to get around the resistance from The Party to get things done with the help of Americans.

    It would be great if the guy would somehow have learned from all of his mistakes. I think his idea is to get back at those who screwed him rather than trying to accomplish things with his ego in check.

    BTW, now I’ll add one more personality trait that I believe was part of the problem: Trump is as easily distracted as a 10 week-old kitten. You don’t keep freaking responding to the BS!

    I remember – here’s the post, in fact, from right then: “Nothing but distractions” from Summer ’18. Having already been off the idiot plate for 19 years by that time, I happened upon a TV on Fox News at some friends’ house. I COULD NOT BELIEVE that the stupid “Russia Collusion” story was still going on! I had not wanted to keep up with that, and President Trump should not have been keeping up either. “How’s that?”, you say? It goes like this:

    “Mr. President, about the committee’s findings from so-and-so’s paper about the … Russia, blah, blah…”

    “Mr. Newsman, as I said yesterday, I will not be taking any questions on the silly Russia Collusion story. My White House lawyer, Joe Shyster, will answer any questions by email or phone… it might take a while for him to get back to you…”

    “But, Sir, the Russia collusion in the election is blah, blah, blah…”

    “OK, Mr. Newsman, you were warned. When you leave today, my Press Secretary will cross you off the list of attendees for my next press conference. We have a long waiting list, Glenn Reynolds, the Instapundit, Michelle Malkin, and so on, who would like that seat. It’s been nice knowing you.”

    That’s HARDBALL. There are no laws on who gets to attend the press conferences, yet you know that these vultures want to be there to get their “original” story to put in their narrative. I actually thought Trump was going to do something like this early on. See “Alex Jones in the press gallery?”. (BTW, that old post was written just before I realized that Matt Judge had gone native.)

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  229. @Achmed E. Newman

    Matt Drudge, oops. I haven’t read his site in over 4 years, since he turned hard-left.

  230. @KenH

    I wasn’t aware of Rand’s liberal views on immigration. If true, I think he’ll have to change his tune if he runs in 2024. No one in favor of more immigration will be the R nominee next time. I keep wondering how they are housing all the millions of illegal invaders now.

    Of course, it’s academic if Trump runs again in 2024. Rand has stated that he won’t run against him.

    But gimme a break, Ken. Comparing Rand to the buffoon Max Boot, who, just like John Bolton, has never met a US war he didn’t love, is ridiculous. A few years ago Rand, being opposed to most foreign aid, wanted to cut off all aid to Israel, for which he was lambasted by the Israel-first RINO establishment.

    Rand at least held up the \$40 billion give-a-way to Ukraine for a few days. He’s been great in opposition to vaccine mandates. And didn’t you love the way that Rand destroyed NIAID-boss Tony Fauci at several Senate hearings?

  231. Technomad says:

    I’ve always said that Trump never really understood the forces that propelled him into the White House (admittedly, against an inept, stupidly overconfident opponent). Once he was there, I don’t think he really knew what to do.

    Someone will come along with more political skills who understands what Trump did, and follows in his footsteps. The wall will be built, all foreign devils will be expelled if not here legally, and libtards will cry in the streets.

  232. @Achmed E. Newman

    I searched “Quetta Rules” as well when I was writing my comment, I too got nothing. I read of this phrase many years before the internet. It refers to the colonial community during the British Raj. Quetta was, and still is today, a big center for Cricket. The British colonials in Quetta became known for playing a “gentlemanly” game of Cricket that emphasised enjoyment over winning-at-all-costs. This might have included some minor bending of rules, but I’m not certain of that. As a result, “Quetta Rules” became, in England, a euphemism for playing “softball” vs playing “hardball” in any situation. I have frequently encountered writers refering to “Marquess Of Queensberry Rules” in the mistaken belief it refers to a “softball” approach. As you now know, the 9th Marquess was anything but, and a very dangerous man to cross. There are other peculiar mistakes made by even professional writers, for example using the phrase “small beer” when “small potatoes” is meant. “Small beer” is in fact a distillers term for Whiskey, as Whiskey is distilled beer, so the mistake is doubly ridiculous. Another mistake frequently seen at TUR among commenters and authors alike is misusing the phrase “begging the question”. This phrase should only be used to refer to The Fallacy Of Begging The Question.

  233. Corvinus says:
    @Not you

    You will also perish, as you are addicted to lying.

    • LOL: Not you
    • Replies: @Not you
  234. @Harold Smith

    Harold, I must tell you two that your allegations against D. T. and his alleged “scamming” of the public are strikingly similar to what was leveled at Adolf Hitler by the “progressive” labor parties of his day. I’ve documents just a bit of it in my most popular article https://carolynyeager.net/fake-legends-adolf-hitler%E2%80%99s-%E2%80%9Cjewish-grandfather%E2%80%9D Are you two sympathetic with those unfounded rumors that were circulated throughout Hitler’s political career, and even still today? I’m sure you are, to some degree.

    You even call Trump’s millions of very loyal White supporters “low IQ” just like Hilary Clinton did. In any case, it was those low IQ middle-America Whites who got him elected, not the White Nationalist contingent who’ve tried to take credit for it. D. T. doesn’t depend on you, since he learned he can’t. Don’t you think most people can sense what a candidate thinks of them? Men like you could never get elected by people whom you look down on. So you satisfy yourselves by coming to a place like this and expressing your contempt for it all — along with consistent gloom and doom.

    A death cult.

    • Replies: @Harold Smith
  235. vinteuil says:

    For better or worse, Trump is running, and will be the Republican candidate for president, in 2024.

    Everybody just kind of has to get used to that fact and work with it.

    • Agree: Carolyn Yeager
    • Replies: @Commentator Mike
  236. Not you says:
    @Corvinus

    And you’re so awesome I’ll bet you sit at the right-hand of God.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  237. Corvinus says:
    @Not you

    He shines His light on all of us. Will you come out of the darkness, or continue to deny His Grearness?

  238. @Staudegger

    Thanks for answering about your connection to Deutschland, or to Staudegger. You have none.

    … Slavs, but they definitely are Aryans, and I’ve said so.

    Yes, you have and Hitler said so too. Himmler was the one who was looking for other evidence and was very sensible about it. https://carolynyeager.net/himmlers-oct-24-1943-freedom-day-speech-posen It’s found in the last half of the long speech.

    But when you come to Trump, you just repeated what you’ve already said (and others have said) – which are only allegations without proof or specific examples. “Trump sacrificed his own daughter to Jews.” Silly, but I’ve heard those exact words many times. In the 21st century (and even in 1960) no parent can control what his “of-age” daughter does in the romance/marriage department. That is ignorant talk, totally. The parental preference does not carry much weight.

    “He led NYC’s Israel Day Parade for years.” Wrong, he did it one year only, in 2004. It was the first year of The Apprentice on TV. That you said “for years” shows that you’re just repeating some talking points.

    “He murdered Solemani for Netenyahu.” No one serious is arguing this, with evidence. Once again, it only comes from the extremely irresponsible anti-Israel, pro-Iran faction of Internet warriors. Was it in line with what Netanyahu wanted? Of course. https://www.politico.eu/article/how-trump-decided-to-kill-irans-soleimani/ Even Politico admits that Trump was very much in charge; he wasn’t taking orders.

    “He cynically used White votes to get elected and then thumbed his nose at them and did whatever Kushner wanted him to.” So by using the word “cynically” you’re saying that Trump had worked-out in advance a plan to get white people to vote for him, while knowing he would only satisfy the interests of his son-in-law, and his own love for Jews? What a melodrama! But just an interpretation.

    “He started a riot at the Capitol and then let the DOJ persecute the protestors.” You really think he wanted a riot? You know who got the riot going – the FBI embedded with the all-male “Patriot” groups. It ended in “Fake-riot.” But I agree, that was not his best hour.

    “He could’ve pardoned his supporters and spared them the torture they’re currently undergoing but instead he pardoned a bunch of black and Jewish crooks.” Every president pardons a certain number of crooks at the end of his term, to fulfil political favors received. You act like Trump is unique in this. He couldn’t very well pardon “capitol rioters” under the current hysteria about it, either.

    None of this is something you’ve researched yourself. It’s pure anti-Trump propaganda points that you’ve just picked up and are repeating. So the question is why? You’ve brought me back to asking what your ‘game’ is, because you do have one. You’re not a genuine article.

    “I can’t speak about your history with tanstaafl. What I know is that he is currently one of the best writers/speakers on Jewish behavior from a scientific perspective.” Oh, and what is this “scientific perspective?” How do we recognize it? Please explain it to me. I have seen that T.’s fans have, from the beginning, attributed to him amazing powers of insight. But as with all Jew-wise speakers today, none seem to me to say anything that Adolf Hitler didn’t already say, and and quite well and thoroughly. T. came up with “Jewing” around 10 years ago, which he still uses today, I notice. Ah, the boys who hang out there fell out of their chairs in admiration at that one. Is that the scientific genius?

    As to my history with him, I didn’t intend for you to speak about it. You can’t. I just wanted to practice full disclosure. BTW, I checked some recent comment thread and didn’t see your name there. Of course, you may have created “Staudegger” just for UR and use a different name there?
    Anyway, I’d be pleased to hear back again if you care to reply to any of the above.
    -CY

    • Replies: @Staudegger
  239. @Bombercommand

    Great stuff, BC, and I will be sure to be careful about my use of the “Marquess of Queensberry” phrasing in the future. “Hardball vs. Softball” is probably the best way to explain the situation I meant.

  240. @Carolyn Yeager

    You even call Trump’s millions of very loyal White supporters “low IQ” just like Hilary Clinton did. In any case, it was those low IQ middle-America Whites who got him elected, not the White Nationalist contingent who’ve tried to take credit for it.

    Of course by that I am referring to those people who continued to support Trump long after it became painfully obvious that he’s nothing but an Israel-first, America-last con man and consummate deep-state team player who has nothing but contempt for his supporters and for Americans in general. (BTW it was apparently the anti-war/anti-interventionist voters like me – yes I voted for him the first time – who swung the election for Trump).

    D. T. doesn’t depend on you, since he learned he can’t.

    Well of course he can’t because things like respect and support have to be earned; excuses and disingenuous posturing while doing deep state dirty work won’t suffice (whether or not Trump can actually learn such a lesson is debatable).

    Don’t you think most people can sense what a candidate thinks of them?

    Does it matter at this point? I think not.

    Men like you could never get elected by people whom you look down on.

    Obviously not.

    So you satisfy yourselves by coming to a place like this and expressing your contempt for it all…

    Well of course I have contempt for those who seek to destroy America (and for those who support them); why wouldn’t I? And I come here because I believe I have a moral and patriotic duty to oppose the propaganda here.

    …along with consistent gloom and doom.

    Anyone paying attention can see that America is going down fast, and we appear to be one incident away from a direct military confrontation with Russia and/or China. That you don’t seem to appreciate this horrific situation for what it is (and the culpability of those who brought us to this point) would seem to reflect poorly on your grasp of reality, not on mine.

    A death cult.

    Let’s see, Trump illegally invades and occupies Syria, murders people in Syria with bombs and missiles, steals Syrian oil, exits the INF treaty, murders General Soleimani apparently in an attempt to start a war with Iran, brags about being the first to send lethal weapons to Ukraine, tries to starve Venezuela into submission, reinstitutes cold war provocations against Russia and China, generally escalates tensions everywhere in the world, and refuses to do anything whatsoever to hinder the hopeless and utterly self-destructive deep state agenda of world domination and control…but I’m a member of the “death cult” for pointing it out and Trump is a paragon of virtue and reason?

    • Agree: Liberty Mike
    • Replies: @Carolyn Yeager
  241. @Kolya Krassotkin

    You mean what, exactly?

    Leon Trotsky was Lev Bronstein, but as you said a lot of people don’t know that, and it doesn’t even matter or change anything, so what’s the point of this diatribe?

  242. @Zachary Smith

    “Racist White People refuse to factor in the effects of poverty and malnutrition and low-budget education”

    What a bunch of Bullshit. It is amazing what BS black people believe, even educated black people.

    • Replies: @Anon
    , @Achmed E. Newman
  243. @Harold Smith

    I have never spoken with you before, or read your comments — actually have hardly ever seen them so we must not have interest in the same articles published here. You are anti-American, not just a critic of ‘your’ country (as I am), but are all in for Russia, China and Iran. That’s why you hate Trump, because he’s 100% pro-American (in that, he overlooks too much), so that puts you on opposite sides.
    For that reason you look for ways to denounce him and keep him out of office. It’s not the well-being of the USA that you’re concerned with bc you see the USA as the world’s most evil force.

    You are anything but a patriot. In saying that, I’m not blind to America’s faults, not by a long shot, but you will interpret it that way. It’s not hard to see through your “arguments” so here are a few bits of nonsense from you that I’ll point out:

    1) “I voted for him the first time.” Does that mean you voted for Joe B. the second time? Or someone else, or just didn’t vote? It makes little difference bc by not voting for Trump, you helped Biden to win. Biden is the “Israel-first, America-last con man and consummate deep-state team player” that you’re accusing Trump of being. Trump was a newcomer to Wash. DC, while Biden is a 40-year-plus veteran who’s been lying and plagiarizing his entire career. Believe me, I watched him do it.

    2) “(BTW it was apparently the anti-war/anti-interventionist voters like me – yes I voted for him the first time – who swung the election for Trump).” There’s that “apparently” — apparently according to what? No, it’s not apparent at all. That is truly a stupid thing to say because it’s so clearly false, with nothing to back it up. In a comment thread to Mike Whitney’s June 4th article, you replied to “Jim Dandy” with this:

    Trump’s a liar who stole the election by completely misrepresenting himself. Even Clinton, the demonic scum that she is, was more honest than traitorous-con-man-jew-lover-and-infantile-narcissist Trump with his bait-and-switch campaign scam. As I see it, Trump literally didn’t do ANYTHING good for anyone except jews.

    Very strong hate and anger there, Harold. Why so vicious? So in your opinion Trump is worse for this country than Hilary Clinton? After 2 years of Biden, we know for sure what H.C. had in mind in 2016. Saved by Trump!!

    3) “I come here because I believe I have a moral and patriotic duty to oppose the propaganda here.” … “Anyone paying attention can see that America is going down fast, and we appear to be one incident away from a direct military confrontation with Russia and/or China. ” Who is responsible for that? Everyone knows it was not Donald Trump, but is all the purposeful doing of Joseph R. Biden and his handlers.

    “That you don’t seem to appreciate this horrific situation for what it is (and the culpability of those who brought us to this point) would seem to reflect poorly on your grasp of reality, not on mine.” Unbelievable!! Is that extreme obtuseness or just plain lie? Have you ever told us what your solution is? If so, I missed it so please repeat.

    Thank you.

    • Replies: @Harold Smith
  244. @Carolyn Yeager

    You are anti-American…

    Well that depends on how you would define an “American,” right? If for example by an “American” you mean a dumbed-down, morally incompetent person who doesn’t know right from wrong, or generally what to think or how to behave without guidance from the Satanic jewish collective, then yes, I’m anti-American.

    …not just a critic of ‘your’ country (as I am), but are all in for Russia, China and Iran.

    Of course I’m “all in” for any country e.g. Russia, China, Iran, Venezuela, etc. that defends its sovereignty and resists the imperial depredations of the Satanic jew-controlled U.S. empire, yes. Does that make me a bad person?

    That’s why you hate Trump, because he’s 100% pro-American (in that, he overlooks too much), so that puts you on opposite sides.

    I was hoping you might infer from my previous comments why I despise Trump. Okay I’ll try again: I can’t stand Trump because he’s a lying, mass-murdering, moronic, utterly jew-controlled infantile narcissist and anti-American traitor (my definition of American); clear enough? If Trump was anything other than an anti-American traitor he wouldn’t have exited the INF treaty and put us all at risk, for example; capisce?

    For that reason you look for ways to denounce him and keep him out of office.

    Nobody has to look very hard for reasons to denounce the scumbag.

    It’s not the well-being of the USA that you’re concerned with bc you see the USA as the world’s most evil force.

    Well I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but unfortunately the nuclear-armed, utterly lawless, jew-controlled post-constitutional wasteland we live in HAS BECOME the world’s most evil force. Accept it.

    You are anything but a patriot.

    That depends on how you define “patriot,” right?

    In saying that, I’m not blind to America’s faults, not by a long shot, but you will interpret it that way.

    Alas you force me to inflict yet more bad news on you: America’s “faults” – should they go on much longer uncorrected – will be fatal.

    It’s not hard to see through your “arguments” so here are a few bits of nonsense from you that I’ll point out:

    Please do.

    1) “I voted for him the first time.” Does that mean you voted for Joe B. the second time? Or someone else, or just didn’t vote?

    Of course I didn’t vote for lying, mass-murdering, jew-controlled anti-American traitor Biden any more than I voted for lying, mass-murdering, jew-controlled anti-American traitor Trump; rather, I voted for Jo Jorgensen.

    It makes little difference bc by not voting for Trump, you helped Biden to win.

    Your reasoning is faulty. That’s like saying: by not interposing your body between arch-enemies Bill and John, you helped Bill shoot John. No, I didn’t help Biden win. It’s the people who voted for Biden (and those who carry out his orders) that bear sole moral responsibility for his crimes.

    Biden is the “Israel-first, America-last con man and consummate deep-state team player” that you’re accusing Trump of being. Trump was a newcomer to Wash. DC, while Biden is a 40-year-plus veteran who’s been lying and plagiarizing his entire career. Believe me, I watched him do it.

    Of course Biden is a well-known scumbag. Trump was not a career politician, and as of Nov. 2016, I did not know him to be mass-murderer, so for that and other reasons I gave him the benefit of the doubt and voted for him. And he wasted no time in betraying me et al. With his criminal attack on the Shayrat airbase in Syria in April 2017, for example, Trump acted quickly to put himself on the same moral plane as Charles Manson, removing any doubt as to his evil nature.

    2) “(BTW it was apparently the anti-war/anti-interventionist voters like me – yes I voted for him the first time – who swung the election for Trump).” There’s that “apparently” — apparently according to what?

    Apparently as per observation and reasoning (sorry if that kind of thing is over your head).

    No, it’s not apparent at all.

    Yes it is, if you bother to look at the evidence and do a little reasoning.

    That is truly a stupid thing to say because it’s so clearly false, with nothing to back it up.

    It’s not “clearly false”; what’s stupid is your claim that is. Your ignorance of the matter reflects poorly on you, not on me.

    It was Trump’s narrow margin of victory over Clinton in three states – Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin – that put him in the White house, and Trump’s winning margin in these states was less than the number of Sanders supporters who voted for him in these states.

    Most Sanders supporters apparently voted for Clinton or Jill Stein but some voted for Trump, and if they hadn’t done so, Trump would’ve lost the election. So why did they vote for Trump? The most likely explanation – whether you happen to like it or not – is that these people were Sanders’ anti-war/anti-interventionist constituency who took Trump at his word.

    In a comment thread to Mike Whitney’s June 4th article, you replied to “Jim Dandy” with this:

    “Trump’s a liar who stole the election by completely misrepresenting himself. Even Clinton, the demonic scum that she is, was more honest than traitorous-con-man-jew-lover-and-infantile-narcissist Trump with his bait-and-switch campaign scam. As I see it, Trump literally didn’t do ANYTHING good for anyone except jews.”

    Very strong hate and anger there, Harold. Why so vicious?

    Well to be honest my statement there doesn’t reflect much more hate and anger toward Trump than I’ve expressed against other jew-controlled scumbags e.g. sleazy Joe Biden, the senile servant of Satan.

  245. Anon[102] • Disclaimer says:
    @europeasant

    Yes, even Tom Sowell claimed that U.S. blacks were corrupted into their current estate by the example set by lower class whites in the South. This theory of his is not vastly different from believing that Wakanda is or was a real place, or that a blue devil cooked up honkies in a test tube. Scratch a black and you find a voodoo.

  246. rplende says:

    The U.S. needs to get the likes of Ron De Santis or Rand Paul into the Presidency.

  247. @europeasant

    It’s amazing what WHITE people believe, even educated White people who are 27 years old. I wrote up an anecdote of trying to talk sense on racial matters with an otherwise bright guy, who had the same excuses you’d have heard 60 years ago, EuroPeasant!

    “Excuses … when will they ever learn?”

    • Replies: @europeasant
  248. SafeNow says:

    Barr: “Trump was detached from reality.” Uh-oh, sounds bad. But going a bit deeper, we see that Barr is diagnosing a type of dissociative disorder. The basic psychiatric definition of a cognitive dissociative order is having a cognitive consciousness that is contrary to the mainstream cognitive consciousness. This sounds great to me; sign me up.

  249. @Achmed E. Newman

    When I was was young I held a lot of liberal ideas. One that comes to mind is “All people are created equal”. Our institutions brainwashed me and it took a few years working in factories, driving a cab, two years military as an enlisted man to come to my senses. We are not created equal and there is no equal even between races. Our government would like us to believe we are all equal and they create laws like Affirmative Action, to achieve that outcome.

  250. RandyZ says:

    The headline says the hearing reached “North Korean levels of lying”, yet didn’t contain a single example of a lie told during the hearing. This “article” is pure incoherent ranting. Very weird.

    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
  251. @RandyZ

    I watched c.two minutes of ‘highlights’ and counted several lies. There are none so blind…

    • Replies: @RandyZ
    , @RandyZ
  252. @Bombercommand

    “reign in” instead of “rein in” is very common on UR and elsewhere. The problem with seeing a mistake repeated so often is that you start to doubt your own knowledge of language.

    • Replies: @Wielgus
  253. @vinteuil

    So we have to put up with the war in the Ukraine and the impoverishment of the West by the sanctions blowback for two more years and then Trump comes as a saviour to put a stop to it and start improving the economy just by ending some, many, or all of the sanctions. Maybe that’s a plan of sorts. He’ll probably disappoint on other issues. Still all power to him.

  254. @Commentator Mike

    Even if the U.S. doesn’t get turned into a pile of nuclear ash by then and Trump somehow gets reelected, he’s not going to fix anything, because the only thing that has a chance of fixing America – if it’s not too late already – is leadership by good moral example, which would obviously exclude reprobates like Trump.

    • Replies: @Carolyn Yeager
  255. @Harold Smith

    And who do you have in mind for this “good moral leadership?” Bc you’re so far unable to name a single person
    A. who could be elected;
    B. who would want to run and even have the job;
    C. who would do the things you want done and still keep the citizens of the USA safe and moderately prosperous in a (let’s face it) dangerous world.

    I see you as similar to the moral crusaders who made up the anti-Hitler Resistance conspiracy movement in 1940s Germany. Their idea was to save the “Honor and Glory” of true Germany from the clutches of an unprincipled madman whose Jewish policy and “total war” tactics was bringing SHAME on their Christian Germany in the eyes of the world. In their aristocratic moral fervor and their MISREADING OF THE GOALS OF THE ENEMIES OF GERMANY, they undermined their own soldiers, failed to uphold their vows as officers, and brought disaster on their countrymen that is still being lived out today. Those they picked for the civilian political leadership after the “cleaning out of the “Nazis” were totally inept, indecisive and even cowardly.
    In other words, you also end up helping those who hate us and who could never themselves accomplish the good that we (Americans) have accomplished, even though we’ve also done so much bad.

    Until you can put forth real names that fit the above basic requirements, you are just hot air at best and a destructive, nihilistic force at worst.

    • Replies: @Harold Smith
  256. @Commentator Mike

    If in January 2023 we have a Republican-controlled Congress, with a Trumpian bias, that can have a big influence on the foreign and domestic ills we’re suffering from today. So already the improvement begins two years before getting rid of Biden altogether.

    The vigilance needed now is to make sure the coming election is not stolen again, through confusion created by last-minute crises. Anything can happen, including cancelling it! The globalists are pushing hard to keep control no matter how bad they look.

  257. Wielgus says:
    @Commentator Mike

    My experience of the Internet is that “reign in” may actually be more common than the correct spelling. Which does not say much about spelling standards.

    • Replies: @Wielgus
  258. Wielgus says:
    @Wielgus

    A further thought – in addition to being a victim of poor educational standards, “rein in” is likely also to be affected by how few people today in the Anglophone world ride horses or operate horse-drawn wagons. Rein is probably less common than reign and despite the latter having that silent g to complicate things, it is the word that springs to mind in too many cases.

  259. @Carolyn Yeager

    And who do you have in mind for this “good moral leadership?” Bc you’re so far unable to name a single person
    A. who could be elected;
    B. who would want to run and even have the job;
    C. who would do the things you want done and still keep the citizens of the USA safe and moderately prosperous in a (let’s face it) dangerous world.

    So on the basis of one comment I made you conclude that I’m “so far unable” to do something that I didn’t need or intend to do to make the point I made? Seriously? If it wasn’t for such outrageous strawmen you wouldn’t have much to say, would you?

    I see you as similar to the moral crusaders who made up the anti-Hitler Resistance conspiracy movement in 1940s Germany. Blah…blah…blah…

    Well you certainly have a right to your own personal opinion, no matter how unfounded/facially ridiculous it appears, but you have no right to be taken seriously, and you’re not.

    […] In other words, you also end up helping those who hate us and who could never themselves accomplish the good that we (Americans) have accomplished, even though we’ve also done so much bad.

    You seem to imply that the “hate” that many people all over the world have for “us” is unreasonable. On the contrary, those who hate “us” do so for a good reason: “we” have gone out of our way to make them hate “us.” You see, unfortunately “we” have allowed jews to subvert this society and turn this country into a blunt instrument whose only purpose is to beat the world into submission to their Satanic, messianic, judeo-communist new world order. (Welcome to Biblical “Mystery Babylon”). As “we” lead the world to nuclear war for the Satanic jewish agenda, what else other than “hate” should we reasonably expect under the circumstances?

    Until you can put forth real names that fit the above basic requirements, you are just hot air at best and a destructive, nihilistic force at worst.

    LOL! There you go again. In my reply to Commentator Mike, I wasn’t intending to write a comprehensive essay; I merely responded to his assertion that Trump can somehow save America from itself, that’s all.

    Anyway, it’s clear from your statements here that you’re morally bankrupt and as such you’re incapable of understanding the nature of the situation that you endeavor to lecture me about, but for the sake of lurkers let me take a stab at your “basic requirements”:

    A. who could be elected;
    B. who would want to run and even have the job;
    C. who would do the things you want done and still keep the citizens of the USA safe and moderately prosperous in a (let’s face it) dangerous world.

    (A) In the 2020 election, Jo Jorgensen, the Libertarian Party candidate, theoretically could’ve been elected.

    (B) That she troubled herself to run for the office of president obviously shows that she wanted to run and implies that she would’ve accepted the job if elected.

    (C) Obviously, the best way to “keep the citizens of the USA safe and moderately prosperous” is for the USA to repudiate the jewish-supremacist agenda of complete world domination and control at any cost, right? It is the pursuit of that Satanic agenda that’s created formidable enemies, destroyed the USA economically and politically, and which now threatens complete physical destruction.

    I voted for Jo Jorgensen, as I do not know her to be a mass murderer, nor do I believe her to be demon-possessed nor do I believe that she would sell out or submit to the Satanic cult. So she would be far more likely to act in good faith and lead by “good moral example” than disgraced cold-blooded mass-murderers like Biden and Trump, right?

    So Jo Jorgensen meets your criteria.

    • Replies: @Carolyn Yeager
  260. @Harold Smith

    So Jo Jorgensen meets your criteria.

    No, not point A – She could never be elected. I also doubt she could keep the USA safe and moderately prosperous (point C). By naming her, you clearly show yourself to be an un-serious person.

    You’re also a consistent user of strawmen. One of the most obvious strawman tactics is to claim that I “implied” such and such, and then address that as if I had stated it! You’ve done that twice now. Very shifty. Very weak.

    • Replies: @Harold Smith
  261. @Carolyn Yeager

    So Jo Jorgensen meets your criteria.

    No, not point A – She could never be elected.

    I figured you’d resort to a semantic argument, which is one reason I was reluctant to waste time composing an answer in the first place. Anyway, as I said, she could theoretically be elected. Although she didn’t get anywhere in 2020, that doesn’t mean she could “never” be elected. If the economy keeps getting worse (especially if some of the most dire predictions come true) and the threat of nuclear war remains high or gets even worse, the level of public disgust with the corrupt duopoly might create an unprecedented opportunity for third party candidates.

    In any case, whether or not she could ever be elected is irrelevant to my original point (directed to Commentator Mike), which was that Trump will not save America from anything.

    I also doubt she could keep the USA safe and moderately prosperous (point C).

    Safe from what exactly? Obviously, the biggest threat to “the USA” is U.S. “government” pursuit of the self-destructive jewish-supremacist agenda for world domination and control. Surely the risk of war and economic collapse would be much less with Jo Jorgensen in the White House than Trump or Biden.

    You’re also a consistent user of strawmen. One of the most obvious strawman tactics is to claim that I “implied” such and such, and then address that as if I had stated it!

    Please point out some specific examples where you believe I’ve disingenuously misconstrued something you said.

    • Replies: @Carolyn Yeager
  262. MEH 0910 says:

    https://vdare.com/radio-derb/january-6th-black-racial-grievance-drain-that-swamp-and-make-red-states-red-again-etc

    https://www.johnderbyshire.com/Opinions/RadioDerb/2022-06-10.html

    • Replies: @Greta Handel
  263. @MEH 0910

    Asking yet again:

    1) Why do you, MEH 0910, routinely post without any further comment the work of Mr. Derbyshire that he and/or Mr. Unz doesn’t want to publish on this website?

    2) Why, Mr. Derbyshire and/or Mr. Unz, is some work of this columnist not published on this website? (Other columnists – Pat Buchanan, for one – have had work withheld here, too.)

  264. @Harold Smith

    I figured you’d resort to a semantic argument

    That Jo Jorgensen would/could never be elected is not “a semantic argument.” It’s a given based on all probable indicators and past experience. So YOU are indulging in semantics here. As I almost said last time, “the pot calling the kettle black.”

    In any case, whether or not she could ever be elected is irrelevant to my original point (directed to Commentator Mike), which was that Trump will not save America from anything.

    It is relevant to what you said to me since your reply to C. Mike: that J. J. was your choice as meeting my criteria for an equal candidate to Trump.

    the risk of war and economic collapse would be much less with Jo Jorgensen in the White House than Trump or Biden.

    How so? You have no grounds for saying that. Under her, it would be more likely the weak US would be attacked and/or forced into a conflict. Under 4 years of Trump, we were never at war with anybody, and the economy was going great apart from the Covid crisis which Trump had nothing to do with starting. https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/factcheck/2020/11/01/fact-check-trump-not-first-president-since-eisenhower-without-new-war/6086636002/ There’s no way we can hide from the world as it exists today.

    Please point out some specific examples where you believe I’ve disingenuously misconstrued something you said.

    Easy. Above, you wrote “You (Carolyn) seem to imply that the “hate” that many people all over the world have for “us” is unreasonable.” I didn’t say that and did not intend to “imply” it, so that is a strawman you’ve created. Then, in the very next paragraph you accuse me of what you had just denied: “LOL! There you go again. In my reply to Commentator Mike, I wasn’t intending to write a comprehensive essay; I merely responded to his assertion … blah, blah.” In my case, however, I only quite legitimately requested you provide some specific name(s) of a candidate better than Trump. You came up with the ridiculous Jo Jorgensen. So you’re practicing “one rule for me, another for thee.”

  265. @Carolyn Yeager

    I’m following this exchange, one in which you’re becoming increasingly disputatious and desperate.

    What’s your basis for asserting that

    Under [Jo Jorgensen], it would be more likely the weak US would be attacked and/or forced into a conflict.

    Really? Most people here, even (especially?) Trump enthusiasts, seem to agree that Uncle Sam isn’t facing substantial threats except to the extent he’s not minding his own business.

  266. @Carolyn Yeager

    I figured you’d resort to a semantic argument

    That Jo Jorgensen would/could never be elected is not “a semantic argument.” It’s a given based on all probable indicators and past experience. So YOU are indulging in semantics here. As I almost said last time, “the pot calling the kettle black.”

    The text of your “A” criterion was: “who could be elected.” I took this to mean a candidate who is in a position of meeting all 50 states’ ballot access requirements, i.e. someone who is on the ballot in all 50 states. For example, in contrast to Libertarian Party candidate Jorgensen, candidates of the Green Party and Constitution Party are generally not found on the ballot of every state, so their presidential candidates often could not be elected simply because of the technicality that they could not get 270 electoral votes even if they were popular.

    Because Jo Jorgensen was on the ballot in all 50 states, she theoretically “could be elected.” Okay so she lost the 2020 election just like Trump lost the 2020 election, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that “she could NEVER be elected” just like Trump’s loss in 2020 doesn’t mean that Trump could NEVER be reelected.

    But because you want to be contrary, you’re claiming the phrase “who could be elected” doesn’t refer to any objective standard such as a candidate’s potential access to 270 electoral votes, but instead to your highly subjective personal opinion as to the chances that the electorate would elect the candidate.

    IOW with your self-serving qualification you’re taking advantage of the linguistic ambiguity of the phrase to claim that you win the argument. That’s pure semantics, IMO.

    In any case, whether or not she could ever be elected is irrelevant to my original point (directed to Commentator Mike), which was that Trump will not save America from anything.

    It is relevant to what you said to me since your reply to C. Mike: that J. J. was your choice as meeting my criteria for an equal candidate to Trump.

    Huh? I’m sorry but this incoherent jumble of words makes no sense. And I said nothing to Commentator Mike about Jo Jorgensen or your “criteria”.

    the risk of war and economic collapse would be much less with Jo Jorgensen in the White House than Trump or Biden.

    How so? You have no grounds for saying that.

    Of course I do.

    Under her, it would be more likely the weak US would be attacked and/or forced into a conflict.

    So by abandoning the hopeless, utterly self-destructive agenda of trying to take over the world for the Satanic jewish collective (with all its associated costs and risks) this would somehow make the the U.S. “weak” and subject to attack? You don’t expect to say something so laughably absurd and still be taken seriously, do you?

    Under 4 years of Trump, we were never at war with anybody, and the economy was going great apart from the Covid crisis which Trump had nothing to do with starting.

    Now you’re just plain lying. Contrary to his pre-election promises and intimations, Trump continued and escalated all preexisting conflicts from the illegal military occupation/action in Syria and the pointless war in Afghanistan to the hybrid wars against Russia, China, Iran and Venezuela. Moreover, by assassinating General Soleimani, Trump tried to start a kinetic war with Iran; and that and Trump’s several attacks against Syrian government forces both risked escalation to a direct military confrontation with Russia. Lastly, in addition to reanimating the political corpse of Joe Biden and inflicting that tragedy on us, Trump did his share to damage the economy and accelerate the dedollarization of the world.

    and the economy was going great apart from the Covid crisis which Trump had nothing to do with starting.

    You can’t say that Trump had nothing to do with starting the covid-19 crisis. That’s pure speculation. Prove it. Explain why Trump failed to force the CDC to identify the pathogen responsible for the outbreak of the “mysterious respiratory illness” which sickened 82 people and killed 3 at the Greenspring Retirement Community in Springfield, VA, in June and July of 2019, for example. Explain why under Trump the U.S. government failed to live up to its obligations under IHR(2005).

    There’s no way we can hide from the world as it exists today.

    ROTFL! So you’re Jewish?

    Please point out some specific examples where you believe I’ve disingenuously misconstrued something you said.

    Easy. Above, you wrote “You (Carolyn) seem to imply that the “hate” that many people all over the world have for “us” is unreasonable.” I didn’t say that and did not intend to “imply” it, so that is a strawman you’ve created.

    Well not quite, since anyone reading your comment above can see that there is nothing disingenuous about my inference. You were clearly making the point that if the U.S. had a president who led by “good moral example” (as per my view) it would somehow “end up helping those who hate us,” as if those who hate us do so for some incomprehensible reason other than the manifest evil and injustice we regularly visit upon them. Basically your foreign policy philosophy seems to be “the beatings should continue until the hatred disappears.” IOW according to you (and your tribe?), those damn Arabs (for example) hate us because of our “freedom,” right Carolyn?

    Then, in the very next paragraph you accuse me of what you had just denied: “LOL! There you go again. In my reply to Commentator Mike, I wasn’t intending to write a comprehensive essay; I merely responded to his assertion … blah, blah.” In my case, however, I only quite legitimately requested you provide some specific name(s) of a candidate better than Trump. You came up with the ridiculous Jo Jorgensen. So you’re practicing “one rule for me, another for thee.”

    Nonsense. Anyone who can read can see that you’re either lying or so utterly confused as to appear to be out of your “mind.”

    My point (in my reply to Commentator Mike) – that Trump would not save America from anything – stands on its own; it is self-evidently obvious to any reasonable person who’s been paying attention. Thus there is nothing “quite legitimate” about your attempt to equate the validity of the point I made in comment #259 with my ability to come up with names of people who would fit your arbitrary, irrelevant, self-serving criteria.

  267. HeyJJ! says:

    What I’ve always said, “whites don’t hate blacks”. Resent, YES! Because squeaky wheel normally gets the grease but now all black wheels squeak. So here is my analogy. In a family of a few sobs, say 3-4, and one (Jimmy) is special needs. Everywhere you go, like amusement park, your told to wait for Jimmy. Your told Jimmy can’t do that, do something or some ride Jimmy can do. The non-disabled siblings want to spread thier wings, test their limits, but must LIMIT that to what Jimmy can do. Jimmy gets head of the line, attention, most favored, etc… eventually compassion turns to resentment.
    That is what has been going on and is increasing. 12% of population demands higher percent in sports, sports GM/owners, entertainment and awards while maintaining exclusive ceremonies, advertising, leadership, government, and on. Color/race over merit. EVERYBODY not white is BIPOC! No month for any other group, except Pride. Even those who died serving or have served get one fleeting day.
    The push to keep racism alive, remember slavery, victimhood…is further driving a wedge between diversity and healing, going too far too greedy and inviting justifiable pushback. White people who never owned slaves and condemn it should not also have to pay for it endlessly. Black Panthers want a black nation…it already exists, go there. This is NOT a nation which should be divided by race.

  268. RandyZ says:
    @mulga mumblebrain

    So what were the lies that you heard? Please enlighten us.

  269. @Carolyn Yeager

    Thanks for answering about your connection to Deutschland, or to Staudegger. You have none.
    Yes, that’s why they’re anonymous handles. If I had posted under “Luke Skywalker” would you accuse me of not being a Jedi? Or are non-German Whites not allowed to admire German WW2 heroes? What are you even getting at?

    Silly, but I’ve heard those exact words many times. In the 21st century (and even in 1960) no parent can control what his “of-age” daughter does in the romance/marriage department. That is ignorant talk, totally. The parental preference does not carry much weight.

    Nonsense. Parents are supposed to guide their children. Trump clearly did not raise his children with any racial awareness. You as a Hitler admirer should know his quote, “The black-haired jewboy waits to defile the Aryan girl and steal her from her people” (paraphrasing). Good parents don’t let their children be taken as war brides by enemy races.

    Wrong, he did it one year only, in 2004.

    My mistake, but the fact that he did it even for one year is still proof that he’s a collaborator with Jews.

    No one serious is arguing this, with evidence. Once again, it only comes from the extremely irresponsible anti-Israel, pro-Iran faction of Internet warriors.

    What interest did America have in killing Solemani?

    Even Politico admits that Trump was very much in charge; he wasn’t taking orders.

    Politico has a motive to downplay Israel’s very obvious command over Trump.

    So by using the word “cynically” you’re saying that Trump had worked-out in advance a plan to get white people to vote for him, while knowing he would only satisfy the interests of his son-in-law, and his own love for Jews?

    No, Trump didn’t work anything out, Kushner did. He was running Trump’s campaign. This isn’t interpretation, it’s well-known fact. Kushner’s people did a survey on conservative voters to find out what their key issues were: immigration, trade, and foreign policy. Kushner then tailored Trump’s campaign to appeal to them.

    You really think he wanted a riot?

    He commanded his followers to march on the capitol and that he would be there with them. We all know how that turned out. He was driven away while his supporters rioted and got themselves arrested. Then Trump refused to pardon any of them, instead allowing them to be tortured by black guards in DC prisons.

    You know who got the riot going – the FBI embedded with the all-male “Patriot” groups.

    They were part of it, but it wouldn’t have happened without Trump’s rabble-rousing.

    He couldn’t very well pardon “capitol rioters” under the current hysteria about it, either.

    The president can pardon whoever he wants. You need to stop coping. Trump had four years to do something for Whites and he did nothing but serve Israel. He’s a liar and a scumbag just like everyone else in mainstream politics.

    You’ve brought me back to asking what your ‘game’ is, because you do have one. You’re not a genuine article.

    I don’t have a game. On what basis do you say I’m not a genuine article? What are you even talking about?

    Oh, and what is this “scientific perspective?” How do we recognize it? Please explain it to me.

    His article Pathology and Pathogen is one of the best pieces on Jewish behavior out there. I also like his terms like “psycho-pathology.” I use it all the time when talking about Jews and how they gaslight people.

    • Replies: @Carolyn Yeager
  270. RandyZ says:
    @Pablo

    Haha, how does 18 months turn into “going on 3 years”? Actually, the facts about the first president in US history attempting to stop a peaceful transition of power is going to be in the history books for a hundred years. Hilary ran her email server incorrectly and we heard about it incessantly for five years. Now we’ve had a president attempt to overturn the results of an election and people are saying “oh, just get over it and move on”. Very weird.

  271. @Staudegger

    You’re tardy with this reply, but I’ll answer a couple of things that only require a fairly simple answer.

    Yes, that’s why they’re anonymous handles. If I had posted under “Luke Skywalker” would you accuse me of not being a Jedi? Or are non-German Whites not allowed to admire German WW2 heroes? What are you even getting at?

    What I’m getting at is obvious to any but the purposely obtuse. Why hide under anonymous handles? Especially ones you have no connection with. You live in a world of fiction, apparently. I doubt very much you would lose anything by being more honest about who you are — except your anonymity, of course. Are you only saying what you do because your ‘real identity’ is safely distanced from it? What do you think the German WW2 heroes think of you? It never occurred to them to be anonymous.

    Parents are supposed to guide their children.

    Are you a parent? I say you’re not or you would have worded this whole paragraph differently. So you don’t speak from experience, only from your safe place of finger-wagging anonymity.

    I don’t have a game. On what basis do you say I’m not a genuine article? What are you even talking about?

    I think I’ve already made clear what “genuine” is and isn’t about you. You mouth talking points and are in error when it comes to supporting them with facts. You don’t think you need to present supporting evidence for what you say about Donald Trump, for example.

    His [tanstaafl’s] article Pathology and Pathogen is one of the best pieces on Jewish behavior out there. I also like his terms like “psycho-pathology.” I use it all the time when talking about Jews and how they gaslight people.

    The idea of Jews as a pathogen was basic to German antisemitism, and Goebbel’s went into detail about it along with quite a few other National Socialist writers. Hitler was one of the first to speak of it in Mein Kampf (1925). Read the section headed “Nation and Race” in Volume One — here is a summary assembled by me: https://carolynyeager.net/adolf-hitler-nation-and-race-part-2
    Tanstaafl is nothing but a late-comer to the truth about Jews (after marrying one) who took all his ideas from those who came before him, though he avoids ever talking about Adolf Hitler and the NSDAP. That doesn’t stop people like you from wishing to form a cult around him, and attributing to him ‘genius’ ideas that are not his. It’s a very Jewish thing to happen, is it not? T. is mixed ethnicity himself (5 in all, incl Polish & Sicilian, so nothing dominant), which may be why he denigrates “pure ethnicity” (especially German) and favors “Whiteness” and mixed European as the ideal.

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  272. RandyZ says:
    @mulga mumblebrain

    What were the lies that you heard? Actually, there weren’t any.

  273. @Carolyn Yeager

    You’re tardy with this reply,

    Oh I’m sorry, I didn’t realize I was on your clock.

    Why hide under anonymous handles?

    What benefit is there to posting under your real name on the web? Why are you so obsessed with my identity? Why aren’t you going after any of the other anonymous posters on here? Why don’t you publish your home address here? If you’re offended by me using a Germanic name, just say it, otherwise get over it.

    What do you think the German WW2 heroes think of you? It never occurred to them to be anonymous.

    Yeah that’s because they were ruling over their own country and had no need for it.

    Are you a parent? I say you’re not or you would have worded this whole paragraph differently. So you don’t speak from experience, only from your safe place of finger-wagging anonymity.

    I’m saying something that should be common sense. Jews target the children of the powerful for intermarriage. Trump, assuming he isn’t a crypto-Jew himself, should have warned his kids, but he didn’t.

    I think I’ve already made clear what “genuine” is and isn’t about you. You mouth talking points and are in error when it comes to supporting them with facts. You don’t think you need to present supporting evidence for what you say about Donald Trump, for example.

    My evidence about Trump is his life, which shows that he’s a hardcore Zionist and philo-semite who puts the interests of Jews above all else. There is no evidence to the contrary, unless you have it.

    The idea of Jews as a pathogen was basic to German antisemitism, and Goebbel’s went into detail about it along with quite a few other National Socialist writers.

    The National Socialists did not write particularly deeply about Jews. They basically just said that Jews were bad people who were deliberately destroying Germany, and that’s true, but they didn’t write as precisely about Jews as some more recent thinkers have. And of course the National Socialists did not actually commit any holocaust; if they’d understood Jews more fully, they probably would have. I’ve read Goebbels, Hitler, and Rosenberg. Rosenberg’s writings were the best. Klages was also good, though he was not NatSoc; in fact he was more anti-Jewish than they were. Truth be told, Celine was probably the best 20th Century writer on Jews. Today I find the best writers on Jews to be tanstaafl and Mark Brahmin. I don’t care if you don’t like that.

    That doesn’t stop people like you from wishing to form a cult around him

    Um, what?

    and attributing to him ‘genius’ ideas that are not his. It’s a very Jewish thing to happen, is it not?

    No, it isn’t. I’m not sure what your problem is, but I think this conversation has reached an impasse.

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  274. @Staudegger

    You’ve satisfied me that you’re not a serious person, or particularly knowledgeable either, and that’s all I was trying to determine. Mark Brahmin, oh yeah … https://www.amazon.com/Mark-Brahmin/e/B07WHFX8Q2%3Fref=dbs_a_mng_rwt_scns_share You’re kind of a little bit of everything, aren’t you? Still finding yourself, I guess. All the best to you.

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