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How about the Jan. 6 defendants?

This video is available on BitChute, Brighteon, and Odysee.

This Saturday, there will be a rally near the US Capitol to protest the harsh treatment of the people arrested after the January 6th riot. It’s called “Justice for J6,” and a couple of congressional candidates are scheduled to speak.

The head of the Capitol Police is terrified. He has borrowed state of the art “threat monitoring” cameras from the Defense Department that operate day and night.

That big eyeball can turn in any direction and focus close up or far away.

They’ll have these things all over the place, taking super hi-res pictures of everyone there.

There will be a big, black fence around the Capitol to protect it.

The palace of democracy will be behind bars. The Capitol Police will be on high alert with every man on deck.

The DC city police will activate its entire force and has canceled vacations. The National Guard Quick Reaction Force has been asked to stand by.

What in heaven’s name are they afraid of? White supremacy, of course. “Top law enforcement officials keep telling us the biggest domestic terror threat comes from white supremacists”

and the media assure us that’s what the Jan. 6 riot was all about. The New York Times explained it all in an article called “White Riot.”

It said, “White supremacy and frank racism are prime motivators.”

PBS and NPR explained that “The Capitol insurrection was never about the election. It was about white supremacy.”

So, anyone who thinks the rioters might be getting a raw deal is a white supremacist, just dying to run amok. I’ll make a prediction: If there is any trouble, it will be from hopped up lefties, of which there are plenty in Washington, DC.

The people organizing the rally say anyone who was charged for January 6 — but who did nothing violent — is a political prisoner. Are they right?

National Public Radio says the manhunt for people who entered the Capitol has been “the biggest criminal investigation in US history.”

Bigger than the investigation into 9-11, and far bigger than any attempt to catch BLM criminals, who rioted for months, caused billions in damage, made 200 cities declare curfews, and forced 30 states to call out the national guard.

You see, the January 6 people are in an entirely separate category. In March, FBI Directory Christopher Wray told the Senate, “we, the FBI, consider this a form of domestic terrorism.”

It plastered the faces of people who were inside the Capitol on bus shelters and asked the public to identify them.

Two months ago, the FBI was bragging it got more than 200,000 tips from the public, and it was still asking for more.

It did nothing like this to try to find BLM arsonists, looters, people who burned police cars, and tried to kill police officers.

As of Sept. 15, the feds had charged 642 people so far. Please note the “so far.”

Even if you just walked into the Capitol through open doors, they will arrest you if they find you. If you want a side-by-side comparison of what happened in the Capitol takeover compared to the BLM riots — and to the Donald Trump Inauguration riots that everyone has forgotten — the website Real Clear Investigations lays out the facts.

You probably remember headlines like this: “Escaping justice. Hundreds of BLM rioters, looters, and vandals have charges dropped despite destruction from violent protests.”

That was in New York, but it was the same everywhere. The New York Times explained “why charges against protesters are being dismissed by the thousands.” They were just exercising basic civil rights.

Maybe you remember the riots at the Portland Courthouse that went on night after night for months and left the place looking like this?

Even a very liberal site called “The Crime Report” notes that “defendants charged in the violent Portland, Ore., protests have received deferred resolution agreements, under which prosecutors promise to drop charges after a certain amount of time if the defendant stays out of trouble and completes things like community service.”

Meanwhile, back in DC, so many people from Jan. 6 have been rotting in the DC jail that it had to open up a defunct wing the jailers derisively call “the patriot unit.” According to one lawyer, it has black mold and brown drinking water.

Things are so bad that “Jan. 6 defendants win unlikely Dem champions as they face harsh detainment.” Even Senator Elizabeth Warren says that holding them in solitary confinement is “cruel and psychologically damaging.”

This article quotes a defense lawyer: “It’s not normal to isolate people and make them eat on their floor.” But progressive champion, Senator Dick Durbin, who has long called for abolishing solitary confinement, says there should be an exception for what he calls “insurrectionists.”

The same article notes: “Some Jan. 6 defendants have contended that there is a racial component to their treatment: Most are white — some affiliated with white nationalist groups — while most D.C. inmates and prison guards are Black. Judge Paul Friedman said last week that those concerns are “not necessarily illegitimate.”

I know of not one defendant affiliated with a “white nationalist group.”

Richard Barnett is the man who was photographed in Nancy Pelosi’s office.

He was never violent. He destroyed no property. He put his feet on Nancy’s desk, at the request of a news photographer. He was also carrying a stun gun. He was from Gravette, Arkansas, but was stuck in the DC jail, in solitary confinement, for 109 days until he was released, over the objections of the Justice Department which wanted to keep him there until his trial begins – whenever that will be. He says prison guards — probably black — grabbed him and threw him violently to the ground. Many prisoners have stories like this. Any chance they will have charges dropped in exchange for community service? Ha.

A poll by Rasmussen just a few days ago found that 49 percent of likely US voters agree that protesters arrested during the January 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol are being held as “political prisoners.”

This is a very high figure in the face of steady reminders of how evil those people were.

Remember, just this month, our draft-dodging president, George W., who unleashed wars that killed hundreds of thousands of people, compared the Jan. 6 rioters to the 9-11 mass murders: ­­“in their disdain for pluralism, in their disregard for human life, in their determination to defile national symbols, they are children of the same foul spirit.”

I try to use words carefully. I have nothing but contempt for people who call the Capitol riot an “armed insurrection.”

But political prisoners? In my view, you are a political prisoner if you go to jail only for expressing a point of view. So far as I can tell, most of these 642 people — and counting — haven’t said anything political at all, and, technically, they may be guilty of trespassing. So maybe I’m being overly scrupulous in saying they aren’t political prisoners.

But they are certainly victims of a vicious political double standard that would outrage Amnesty International if it were not a bunch of lefties like Dick Durbin, who wants to abolish solitary for rapists and murderers but thinks it’s just fine for the Jan. 6 defendants.

The Potomac regime could well cross the line and outlaw the expression of ideas it doesn’t like. Many would say it already has.

People used to call the Soviet Union “Upper Volta with rockets,” that is, a banana republic with nuclear weapons. Now, we’re the ones headed that way.

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  1. onebornfree says: • Website

    “When tyranny becomes law, rebellion becomes duty.” Thomas Jefferson

    “When the people are afraid of the government, that’s tyranny. But when the government is afraid of the people, that’s liberty.” Thomas Jefferson

    “When once a Republic is corrupted, there is no possibility of remedying any of the growing evils but by removing the corruption and restoring its lost principles; every other correction is either useless or a new evil.”
    Thomas Jefferson

    Regards, onebornfree

    • Agree: Agent76, InnerCynic
    • Thanks: CelestiaQuesta
  2. The whole Bush Family, is another “rotten to the core” political dynasty, or was. I think President Trump exposed them enough. I don’t really care how had the balls to do it, how brash and irreverent he was, they deserved all of it, the phonies.

    • Replies: @SMK
  3. I want to know why that fence cost $50 Million. I want to know who got that money.

    As for the people involved in the Jan 6 episode – play stupid games, get stupid prizes.

    • Replies: @Realist
  4. “In my view, you are a political prisoner if you go to jail only for expressing a point of view. ”

    Attending the Trump rally on January 6 and strolling through the Capitol that day was surly expressing the political point of view that there is reason to suspect the 2020 election results were fraudulent.

    • Agree: Half Back, mike99588
  5. Realist says:

    This Saturday, there will be a rally near the US Capitol to protest the harsh treatment of the people arrested after the January 6th riot.

    Perhaps a better noun other than riot.

    • Replies: @onebornfree
  6. Realist says:

    As for the people involved in the Jan 6 episode – play stupid games, get stupid prizes.

    Perhaps…but the disparity in treatment of the people involved in the Jan 6 episode, compared to the dozens of true riots with multimillion-dollar damage and death, throughout the last two years is staggering. The double standard is undisguised.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
    , @SMK
  7. @Realist


    This double standard has been obvious for decades. To think that the political hierarchy is going to allow the peons to run through their church without some form of punishment is not just naive but stupid.

    To be a supporter of any political figure or party is for those that believe in forcing their prejudices on others. It makes no difference if it’s the left with their LGBTXYZ mental cases and illegals or the right with their wars and christian horseshit. They each can’t leave the other alone and want to elevate their psychopathy to the status of normal via the usual force and fraud that is gov’t.

    • Agree: Realist
    • Replies: @Weaver
  8. “It makes no difference if it’s the left with their LGBTXYZ mental cases and illegals or the right with their wars and christian horseshit.”

    Actually, it makes a great deal of difference. As it stands, if our republic forces us to choose between bullshit and horseshit, I’ll choose horseshit every time!

  9. Notsofast says:

    this reminds me of george bush standing on remains of the wtc as well as the remains of his victims, with a bullhorn, pointing the finger of accusation at the muslim world. here he is now, at another scene of neocon mass murder again pointing his crooked finger at the people he wants to blame for his crimes. the nerve of these neocons is astounding, their disregard for human life, their determination to defile national symbols, it is they that are the children of the foul spirit and it is our continuing duty to confront them.

    • Agree: TKK
  10. fnn says:

    It makes no difference if it’s the left with their LGBTXYZ mental cases and illegals or the right with their wars and christian horseshit.

    Dems are returning to their earlier behavior and becoming just as enthusiastic for war as Wilson, FDR, Truman and LBJ. Obama and Hillary destroyed Libya in 2011 (No surprise that Libya has not yet recovered) and immediately went on to almost destroy Syria. And due to the complicit MSM, hardly anyone seemed to notice that during 2016 campaign Hillary kept calling for war with Russia via the imposition of a no-fly zone over Syria. Don’t worry about Christianity, US is rapidly becoming as post-Christian as Europe. Anti-abortion sentiment seems to be the last remnant of non-leftist political Christianity. But then capital punishment has been virtually eliminated outside Texas and abortion seems at least as barbaric as capital punishment- so you can see why many can object to it without being snake-handling fundamentalists.

    • Agree: Robjil
    • Replies: @HbutnotG
  11. @onebornfree

    “When the people are afraid of the government, that’s tyranny. But when the government is afraid of the people, that’s liberty.” Thomas Jefferson.

    So who are the “People” in We, the People? Why did the Constitution give so much power to the executive branch and the judiciary?

    Jefferson was good at coining a pithy phrase, but you have to take everything that Jefferson said in the context of his own experience, the times he lived in, and what he actually meant at the time.

    Jefferson obviously was not a monarchist, so he tended to equate “government” with the royalty of England and France and you need to take these sayings on board with the thought that Jefferson was probably thinking of Marie Antoinette as he spoke.

    Jefferson supposedly once said that if not for Marie Antoinette, there might have been no French Revolution.

    • Replies: @onebornfree
  12. Does the U.S. have political prisoners? It depends on who you ask. Since the democrats change the meaning of words they don’t like, they’ll say no, or yes, depending on the person or situation.

    • Agree: Rich
  13. onebornfree says: • Website
    @Jonathan Mason

    So the US government is _not_ 100% tyrannical and should not be overthrown a.s.a.p. ( if not sooner 😎 ) and returned to a constitutional Republic – is that your point?

    Regards, onebornfree

  14. Obviously the Jan. 6th rally goers are political prisoners, having had the gall to exert their opinions as white people…..because the jewish overlords take great offense to whites having any opinions whatsoever.

    Whites congregating anywhere is a direct affront to the sensitive jewish supremacists….a Trump rally, a NASCAR race, even a country church is seen as having the potential to facilitate anudda shoah.

    The chaos you see before you is the manifestation of a jewish temper tantrum gone global.

    • Agree: geokat62
    • Replies: @TKK
    , @geokat62
    , @ariadna
  15. Franz says:

    If there is any trouble, it will be from hopped up lefties,

    You bet.

    I expect it to be False Flag Weekend — what’ll it be this time? The “Capitol Police” (overpaid mall cops) are getting ready for something.

    • Replies: @follyofwar
  16. @Franz

    Apparently, from what I’ve read, nothing happened last weekend. By some accounts there were more undercover FBI informers and press than there were actual protesters.

    It’s tragic that Whites can no longer protest for their illegally imprisoned bothers. But it is what it is. Anyone dumb enough to go to the protests in DC has more balls than brains. The undercover agent provocateurs were just waiting for a few to step out of line so that they could join their brothers in DC’s jails. I wonder how many, if any, were arrested?

    Where has President Trump been on this? It was he who encouraged his supporters to protest OUTSIDE the Capitol, and he said he would join them. Instead, he retired to the WH to watch the proceedings on Fox News. Trump could have prevented the incursion into the Capitol building if he wanted to. But he chose the coward’s way out. Trump should be daily demanding the release of the political prisoners who made the mistake of going to his rally on Jan.6. He owes them at least that much.

    • Agree: europeasant
  17. JLK says:

    They’re not political prisoners. Some of them broke into the Capitol building, destroyed property, attacked police and went places the public is not allowed to go. I’m sympathetic if people swept up in the crowd ended up in prison, especially the DC prison, but even they aren’t political prisoners.

  18. The actual number of politically persecuted is much higher than the 642 from J6.

    Let’s not forget all the voters who were disenfranchised by the Stolen Election, the people who’ve been denied digital platforms and banking services, the people racially discriminated against by affirmative action, the people denied their constitutional rights to assemble and speak freely, the people who’ve had their memorial statues toppled, and the people being forced out of employment by unjust woke laws that say their views are unacceptable.

  19. TKK says:
    @Robert Dolan

    Consider the tragedy of the many country churches I have seen in rural NC, WV and Florida who fly the Israeli flag outside their doors.

  20. Franz says:

    Trump should be daily demanding the release of the political prisoners who made the mistake of going to his rally on Jan.6.

    The last shard of hope I held onto was that The Donald would pardon the lot of them on the last day of his term.

    He had so much loyalty and squandered it so carelessly. Even the “politics of protest” can’t work if the Man of the Hour chooses golfing over loyalty to his supporters. That makes my head spin. The protests of January 6 could have been a beginning and instead it’s another of the many Trump Era non sequiturs.

    • Agree: Rogue
    • Replies: @Rogue
  21. ‘Does the US Have Political Prisoners?’

    Now we do. It’s amazing how fast we’re ceasing to be a free country. Things — the absence of a free press, suppression of free speech, repressive policing, manipulated elections, a ruling gerontocracy — are starting to resemble Brezhnev’s Russia, on the whole.

  22. The US is now like this because Americans allowed (((the worst enemies of White Christians))) first to come into the country and then to slither their way to the top in government and finance. Worthless Donald Trump is always reciting that snake poem, but guess what: he’s just like the woman who tends to the treacherous snake and then gets bitten. He went so far as to let the snake into his family.

  23. The Illegitimate Biden Regime have declared war on all white patriots, and anyone who looks white and believes we are under occupation by GlobalHomo CultMarx communists hell bent on the destruction of white America.
    They’ve intentionally appointed Magic Negros, Wiggers, (((GlobalHomo))) and leftist scum to subvert the will of the people while opening our borders to every low life piece of shit able to arrive.
    We are under attack by all three branches of government, including military, local, state and federal police scum.
    Until patriots take a stand independently as patriot citizens, not led by FBI informants and retake every government, military, media and technopoly in America, you will experience the demise of your future as it unfolds right before your eyes now playing out.
    Wake up, the hour is getting late.
    Thank you UNZ for allowing free speech where there is now only censorship.

    • Replies: @Dr. Charles Fhandrich
  24. @follyofwar

    In defense of Trump, he believed his supporters had the right under US Constitution to address their grievances. He was misled by turncoats in almost everything he did. They wanted his ass on a platter and everyone of his deplorable irredeemables marched off to gulags and reconditioning centers for the betterment of the new world order.
    January 6th should now be declared Patriots Day, and every year millions of patriots should show up in DC and stand their ground, yelling Fuck Biden or whatever leftist pos is in power, because their will never again be a president who stands up for whites in the future of America.

    • Replies: @Peripatetic Itch
  25. Dumbo says:

    If it’s not another hoax and it is true that they’ve been arrested, they are political prisoners alright.

    destroyed property,

    Not evidence of that (perhaps a few windows) – certainly less damage than the unprosecuted BLMs.

    attacked police and

    No evidence of that.

    went places the public is not allowed to go.

    Why shouldn’t people be allowed to enter into the “temple of democracy”?
    Why should politicians be a protected caste?
    Why should it be a crime to merely enter their premises?
    Fuck them. Their mistake was being too naive. They should have entered with torches and pitchforks, and burn the damn place.

    Perhaps if they knew they would have been prosecuted like that, they would have done it.

    The lesson here is, burn and break anything you want, especially if you’re Black, but don’t even step into the elite’s temple.

    But of course, it could all be just be theatre, like an inverted Reichstag fire, to seal the Democrat’s coup. There are some indications it is so.

    There is no democracy in the U.S., perhaps there never was. Biden is a joke, like those old Soviet leaders in the 80s. Hopefully the system crashes in 20 years.

    • Agree: CelestiaQuesta
    • Replies: @JLK
  26. onebornfree says: • Website

    “This Saturday, there will be a rally near the US Capitol to protest the harsh treatment of the people arrested after the January 6th riot.”

    “FBI Rally In D.C. Ends Without Incident”:

    “WASHINGTON, D.C.—The Federal Bureau of Investigation is disappointed by the low attendance at the D.C. rally they organized for Trump supporters today.”

    “In spite of the FBI’s best efforts to lure a bunch of angry MAGA insurrectionists to the Capitol this weekend, only a few hundred FBI agents dressed as MAGA insurrectionists showed up…..”:

    Regards, onebornfree

    • LOL: europeasant
  27. Derek Chauvin
    Kyle Rittenhouse
    James Fields

  28. @JLK

    “They’re not political prisoners. Some of them broke into the Capitol building, destroyed property, attacked police and went places the public is not allowed to go.”
    I disagree.
    My definition of “political prisoner”[PP] is wider than many.
    A PP is one who is pursued by the executive for imprisonment, often by directly or indirectly interfering in the judicial process.
    Being a PP may or may not have anything to do with any “crime” (cf Assange).
    A symptom of political interference is when a class of persons or an individual receives treatment extremely inconsistent with similar “crimes” which have no political interest.
    Thus, the Jan’ 6 PP’s. Small misdemeanors resulting in no-bail solitary confinement & a literal witch hunt to find persons with even the most tangential & vague relation to events on the 6th.
    If these people don’t qualify as “PP’s” then the concept itself is entirely vacated & empty.

    • Replies: @Dumbo
  29. Feryl says:

    If the police had simply stepped aside it would have relieved tension. And there are precedents for the police allowing protestors to have free rein. During the D.C. Kavanaugh protests the authorities stood down and let protestors move through and about the capitol. Over the last several years the Minnesota and Wisconsin capitols saw sustained protests within their walls (occupations in effect) due to the authorities minimizing their own presence to avoid provoking violence from protestors.

    Full length streaming videos of Jan 6 are now sadly hard to find, but they reveal that many of the people inside are wandering around in a daze, not acting like crazed rioters, and the actions of individual police/security officials varied widely, with some not really doing anything (there’s a possibility of course that some of them sympathized with the protest). Had the authorities been uniformly cooperative with the protestors things would’ve turned out much better.

  30. @onebornfree

    Thomas Jefferson had strong words against prosecuting the people (almost all farmers in Western Massachusetts) involved in Shay’s Rebellion against debt “reforms”. The Elites of that time (including many of those of the Constitutional Convention) wanted the insurrectionists dead! Nine were killed and two hung afterwards. His words are instructive. Some of the politicians were Corrupt Clowns back then as well, but nowhere near such a high percentage as today.

    “Wonderful is the effect of impudent and persevering lying. The British ministry have so long hired their gazetteers to repeat and model into every form lies about our being in anarchy that the world has at length believed them, the English nation has believed them, the ministers themselves have come to believe them, and what is more wonderful, we have believed them ourselves. Yet where does this anarchy exist? Where did it ever exist, except in the single instance of Massachusetts? And can history produce an instance of rebellion so honorably conducted? I say nothing of its motives. They were founded in ignorance, not wickedness. God forbid we should ever be twenty years without such a rebellion. The people cannot be all and always well-informed. The part which is wrong will be discontented in proportion to the importance of the facts they misconceive. If they remain quiet under such misconceptions it is a lethargy, the forerunner of death to the public liberty. We have had thirteen states independent eleven years. There has been one rebellion. That comes to one rebellion in a century and a half for each state. What country before ever existed a century and a half without a rebellion?

    And what country can preserve its liberties if their rulers are not warned from time to time that their people preserve the spirit of resistance? Let them take arms. The remedy is to set them right as to facts, PARDON, and pacify them. What signify a few lives lost in a century or two?

    The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants. It is its natural manure. Our Convention has been too much impressed by the insurrection of Massachusetts, and in the spur of the moment they are setting up a kite [hawk] to keep the hen yard in order.”

    • Thanks: Peripatetic Itch
  31. Robjil says:

    This whole thing is nonsense. Jan. 6 was a nothing event. It has been blown out of proportion. The big “event” is our gov. actions against the people who protested. Protesting was legal for many years in the USA. It is not legal for anything that MSM does not like these days. MSM seems to be our real gov. in 2021.

    More than 300 individuals from 40 states have already been charged and another 280 arrested in connection with the events of January 6. As many as 500 others are still being hunted by government agents.

    Also included in this data roundup are individuals who may have had nothing to do with the riots but whose cell phone location data identified them as being in the wrong place at the wrong time.

    Forget about being innocent until proven guilty.

    In a suspect society such as ours, the burden of proof has been flipped: now, you start off guilty and have to prove your innocence.

    For instance, you didn’t even have to be involved in the Capitol riots to qualify for a visit from the FBI: investigators have reportedly been tracking—and questioning—anyone whose cell phones connected to wi-fi or pinged cell phone towers near the Capitol. One man, who had gone out for a walk with his daughters only to end up stranded near the Capitol crowds, actually had FBI agents show up at his door days later. Using Google Maps, agents were able to pinpoint exactly where they were standing and for how long.

    • Agree: Peripatetic Itch
  32. Dumbo says:

    There’s another thing, which is, sometimes you’re arrested purportedly for one crime, when the real crime, or “crime”, is quite another.

    Al Capone was arrested on tax fraud, but everybody knew they wanted him for something else.

    Now, that dude who ran over an Antifa woman who later died of a heart attack, and the Jan. 6 elements accused of vandalism, and Rittenhouse acting in self-defense, they are supposedly being arrested for such crimes, but the real reason is that, they are white/Republican or white/Republican sympathizers, or people on the “wrong” side of an issue.

    If the exact same “crimes” were committed by Antifa, Blacks or other protected classes, they wouldn’t be touched. Case in point, that Antifa guy who beat up some Trump supporters and was set free. And the thousand of documented cases of vandalism and murder by BLM.

    • Replies: @animalogic
  33. Biff says:

    Anyone who disagrees with the outcome of the most fraudulent election in the history of mankind is going to become, or is already a political prisoner.

    • Agree: Peripatetic Itch
  34. Anon[159] • Disclaimer says:

    Not a WORD about the Jews that hijacked America and make all this nightmare.

    Typical Jared, never gonna Strike The Root.

    • Replies: @Blip Blop
  35. Bro43rd says:

    Yes for sure. I would consider all the non-violent drug & vice offenders PP as well. Add to that tax evaders too. Makes China seem like a bastion of freedom.

    And as far as the trumpet is concerned one only needs to look at who he pardoned to know he definitely did not care about white people.

  36. “This article quotes a defense lawyer: “It’s not normal to isolate people and make them eat on their floor.””

    That’s how the Brahmins of India used treat the so called “Dalit”, aka, the untouchables.

  37. “People used to call the Soviet Union “Upper Volta with rockets,” that is, a banana republic with nuclear weapons. Now, we’re the ones headed that way.”

    No we got there a long time ago. When Nixon, a good president overall, resigned his office in disgrace and decided that he wanted to live among people whom he had helped the most, Jews, he had settled on a fancy co-op building in the fashionable Upper East side in Manhattan, but alas, mostly Jewish residents of the expensive building rejected his application, in spite of offering the purchase price in all cash (which is very beneficial to the rest of the owners of the building), citing various reasons, including his antisemitism, notwithstanding, his life long friendship with Bebe Rebozo and lots of Jews in his two administration, including the notorious war criminal, Henry Kissinger.

    That’s the day this great country became a vassal state on the Potomac with a lot of nukes!

    • Replies: @Maddaugh
  38. Seneca44 says:

    When I talk about these kind of issues with the predominant statist/Democrat population infesting the DC area, I usually try to suggest that they form a “Committee for Public Safety” so that we can concentrate the deplorables in some sort of camp. It is surprising how many nod in agreement and don’t seem to get the allusions.

  39. Wielgus says:

    Leonard Peltier has been in jail for decades. Probably there are a few others.

    • Agree: Sollipsist
    • Replies: @Sollipsist
    , @Bombercommand
  40. @CelestiaQuesta

    They wanted his ass on a platter

    And they still do. Anything Trump says or does in support of the 1/6 political prisoners will be used in the next Democrat impeachment proceedings in an attempt to declare him ineligible to run in 2024.

    The Dems have discovered that there is no constitutional limit on the number of impeachments that can be brought against an ex-president who threatens their dominance.

    • Agree: CelestiaQuesta
  41. geokat62 says:
    @Robert Dolan

    Whites congregating anywhere is a direct affront to the sensitive jewish supremacists….a Trump rally, a NASCAR race, even a country church is seen as having the potential to facilitate anudda shoah.

    Must watch video…

    Rabbi Joshua Stanton 5778 Rosh Hashanah Morning Sermon at East End Temple

    • Replies: @beavertales
  42. @JLK

    If the political class calls you insurrectionists and terrorists, when all you did was come to th Capitol to make political demands, it’s pretty political.

    Hiding it behind some lame laws, just like hiding Assange’s political prosecution behind a rape accusation, is oar for the course.

    The political class was afraid they would get exposed, and did not bend. All very political to me.

    • Agree: mike99588
  43. This administration is inspired by the devil. Every thing, absolutely every thing it does is, evil and against the best interests of American citizens. It takes a spiritual explanation to even explain it.

    • Replies: @Sir Launcelot Canning
  44. HT says:

    Ask Kyle Rittenhouse and Derek Chauvin if America has political prisoners.

  45. @Wielgus

    It’s getting hard to believe that 8 presidents have come and gone without exercising their pardon on his behalf. What’s he going to do, embarrass the Ford or Carter administration? Who still cares that much?

    • Replies: @Getaclue
    , @Bombercommand
  46. I wish the protesters the best of luck. These patriots will be in my prayers.

    But what have white Americans ever accomplished with a “rally” in the 21st Century? It’s going to take more than rallies and articles for white Americans to get the respect that they deserve. Not to knock the writers and organizers, of course.

    The only chance this has of spreading the word is for the rally-goers to get control of the narrative. The MSM will be there to use your words against you. Speak carefully, if at all. If you have a chance to change the direction of our people, don’t blow it.

    • Replies: @CelestiaQuesta
  47. Blip Blop says:

    Yes, the United States has political prisoners. These people committed misdemeanors, yet have been in solitary confinement for 9 months, being abused by black people.

    I am a millennial. I started life loving America (and serving her). Now, I eagerly await the demise of this demonic country. I hope we can build something better in its stead. It’s at the point now where I cringe when I see that ugly dumb striped flag. It’s appropriate really, as we are all prisoners here wearing our stripes.

  48. Blip Blop says:

    “They look hu-white to me!”

  49. Maddaugh says:

    What if they had a riot and no one came ? LOL. It looks like instead of a bunch of party poopers the Trumpsters, the unwashed and other miserable deplorables stayed home and did their laundry, took naps or looked at TV. Many probably got head.

    The idiots, were the Capital Police and other law enforcement. Here is the giggle.

    1. There were so many law enforcement agencies represented that they ended up arresting each other. One 6 ft 4in riot officer all decked out “a la robo cop” arrested a midget who was tah dah FBI. Surveillance equipment aside, the moron goon mumbled out of the side of his mouth that it was an FBI agent so the audience at home would not hear.LMAO. Every enforcement agency wanted a piece of the action and I am surprised THEY did not end up being the rioters themselves.

    2. No doubt we will be entertained by 240 pound Robo goons crying and sobbing in front of Congressional Hearings that they were traumatized. “One protestor looked at me ! This one called me a cunt ! That one pushed me…and he was one of ours…from the DEA. He called me a cocksucker. It was the worse day in my life since my wife ran off with a Mandingo”.

    3. Finally, there were FBI agents mingling incognito in the crowd. Lets see, designer shorts, designer T shirts and sneakers, muscular with their rods showing beneath their shirts, wrap around sunglasses, herding together, tight haircuts, all young fellas. Shit, who would ever have been able to detect these gumshoes !

    You can’t make this up. Some of these riot Police have so much gear they can barely move. Many are already obese. What ever happened to the time when bare chested men faced off with rioters, man to man ? Gone ! Like Officer Sick Nick, any strenuous effort would likely give them all heart attacks.

    We cannot beat up on goat herders and rice farmers overseas. But we gotta beat up somebody. Its who we are and what we do. Hence, the chickens have come home to roost and we now take delight in beating our own citizens. Unfortunately for these trained monkeys, the opposition is wise to the game and elected to stay away.

    They gave a riot and no one came, except a troupe of marmosets who dropped out of elementary school and took up weight training. All brawn and no brains ! These dupes never learn. Once the politicians have had their uses out of them, they will all be tossed on the scrap heap a fate they richly deserve.

  50. Maddaugh says:
    @A Half Naked Fakir

    When Nixon, a good president overall, resigned his office in disgrace and decided that he wanted to live among people whom he had helped the most, Jews, he had settled on a fancy co-op building in the fashionable Upper East side in Manhattan, but alas, mostly Jewish residents of the expensive building rejected his application, in spite of offering the purchase price in all cash (which is very beneficial to the rest of the owners of the building), citing various reasons, including his antisemitism, notwithstanding, his life long friendship with Bebe Rebozo and lots of Jews in his two administration, including the notorious war criminal, Henry Kissinger.

    Yes, well, Nixon might have been clever in a lot of ways but when it came to the essentials he was as dumb as a door know. Surely he would know that once the Joos have used you and you are no longer useful, you will flushed away like shit.

    It was amusing that Dick the Trick was rejected by people who themselves engage in all sorts of malevolent chicanery. Talk about the 40 thieves distancing themselves from Ali Baba LOL.

    • Replies: @A Half Naked Fakir
  51. Rambam says:

    Does the US Have Political Prisoners?

    Yes, it’s citizens. Especially those who practice voting and think it makes a difference.

    If you think Jan 6 was a real, spontaneous, unscripted event you are a political prisoner.
    If you believe Ashli Babbitt is dead you are a political prisoner.
    If you believe everything reported by the media, other than NFL scores (not saying some aren’t fixed), you are a political prisoner.


  52. TGD says:

    No mention of the longest serving US political prisoner, Matt Hale, who has been incarcerated since January 8, 2003 and who just turned 50. Rather than “cop a plea,” Hale chose to defend himself in court. Big mistake. Hale was set up (ie “entrapped”) by (((Michael Chertoff))), who was appointed by George W. Bush to head the criminal division of the US Justice Department. Hale has spent most of his prison time at the Florence “Supermax” in solitary confinement so he can’t communicate with fellow prisoners or the outside world.

    Prosecutors of the January 6 “insurrectionists” will use the plight of Matt Hale to induce them to “cop a plea” rather than go to jail for a very long time.

    • Agree: Patrick in SC
  53. @Sir Launcelot Canning

    The days for speaking carefully have turned into dust in the wind. I see no peaceful resolution with the current criminals now in control. They have not only turned our government against us, they’ve muzzled, blinded, and stripped us of our constitutional rights as they push us over cliffs like they did the mighty buffalo (bison), in order to starve off patriots.

    • Replies: @Sir Launcelot Canning
  54. gotmituns says:

    Taylor sold out to the jews a long time ago. Don’t listen to anything he has to say.

  55. Getaclue says:

    Yes the treatment of these people is criminal — and done by “Elite” Criminals, but how did they get in this position? Who was the Pied Piper? — Why exactly did Trump green light this Jan. 6th stupidity where anyone not a moron knew it would be infiltrated by Antifa and their handlers the FBI and specially chosen Feds/”Informants” with the predictable outcome being about what happened? More 4D Chess for the “Patriots” by their Hero?

    Who is Donald Trump? Who has been bailing him out for years and grooming him to be played if needed?:

    Wilbur Ross has been tied to Trump for 25 years — bailing him out and guiding him with a bottomless pit of money/loans “forgiven” etc. — for whom does Ross serve in doing this?

    Trump appointed Wray, Comey’s best buddy to replace Comey who he supposedly detested and who tried to set him up (who would do that?) — as well as all kinds of Globalists and USA haters — more 4D Chess by Patriot Hero? Trump green lit “Operation Warp Speed” where all the injected mRNA poisons were already right there under patent at the ready to be rolled out. He didn’t mandate them but it was clear to anyone not a moron that this would happen, he told Robert Kennedy Jr. to get lost after telling him he had issues as to “vaccines” and would appoint him to investigate — and then got close to Bill Gates and allowed Fauci a Gate’s buddy, a known entity from the AIDS debacle/mass murder he conducted to help Big Pharma make Billions, to take over our lives basically for more Big Pharma profiteering and murder– leading now to basically forced injections of an Experimental mRNA Gene
    Therapy in the Military and all over even children….More 4D Chess?

    Traditional USA Citizens are actually in a much worse place after 4 years of Trump than otherwise — claims he caused some to “wake up” are about the only benefit — his Jan. 6th “event” allowed the branding of his supposed “followers” as “Insurrectionists” and Terroritsts — his appointed head of the FBI Wray leading the way….– He did nothing as the stolen election other than predict it would be stolen basically thus creating a precedent for the future…– Did he even want to be re-elected? Was he on board that Biden, the Dementia patient career grifter, would be the ultimate fall guy for the coming economic implosion that is going to roll out in the next year? Why would Trump want to be “President” for that when the ultimate Fall guy was waiting to be installed in his place? Is Trump stupid enough to want to be “President” during the greatest Depression in USA History that is bearing down now? Maybe he is a 4D Chess player after all but not in the way the rubes believed and some still believe?

    Put the Hopium away — anyone not starting to consider Controlled Opposition by Rothschild controlling both “sides” thru Trump — (as the Mafia knows having your “friend” set you up for the back stab always works best….) is dim witted at this point. The comments we hear as to how great and stress free Trump looks — LOL — if you knew the fix was totally in you’d be that way too? — if he really felt he had the implacable hate filled “enemies” as they are portrayed in the Mainslime Media etc. — he would have some stress– no? Seems he’s good as to the hidden hand that has protected him for decades and still does? Hopium — you’ve been played. As he always said it is you they hate NOT him!

    • Replies: @CelestiaQuesta
  56. AnoNymous[911] • Disclaimer says:

    Does the US Have Political Prisoners?

    Of course it does.
    Like Greece.
    They lock-up the whole elected political party of Golden Dawn because “amarican” and “european” Jews demand from back then Prime minister, asshole Samaras to lock them up.

    Now about 60 innocent people are sitting on high security prisons because of …..the democratic jews.

  57. Anon[341] • Disclaimer says:

    How many broke into the Capitol building, destroyed property, attacked police and went places the public is not allowed to go?

  58. SMK says: • Website

    The “treatment of the pieole involved in the Jan. 6 episode -the “double standards” and “disparities” and the abuse and torture, physically and emotionally, of the protesters who entered the capital, espeically those who didn’t assault the police or anyone or destroy any property but are simply guilty of trespassing- is execrable and appalling and outrageous: solitary confinement, no contact with family and friends, beatings by negro guards,” etc.

    The criminal injustice system is rotten from top to bottom. The reason is the left, predominantly, which controls almost everything, including the criminal injustise system, and blacks generally, and in this case specifically, the police, judges, prosecutors, wardens, jail guards.

    That said, the protesters who “stormed ” and entered the capital on Jan. 6 were incredibly stupid and naive. What did they hope to acoomplish? What did they think would happen, given the evil and hatred and power of blacks and leftists and democrats? And the cowardice and complicity of “cucks” and neocons and most repubicans.

    They destroyed and blighted their lives for nothing and emowered the left who compared their minor and largely innocuous transgressions with 9/11 and other atrocities and villified and demonized not only them but all the other protesters and Trump and his tens of millions of supporters as “domestic extemists,” “white supremacists,” and violent ‘insurrectionists” who pose an “existential threat to democracy.”

    • Thanks: Realist
    • Replies: @CelestiaQuesta
  59. @Getaclue

    Your comment echoes fake news network Wankers, D.C. Hippocrates, GlobalHomo and every woke pos here and around the world.

    • Replies: @Getaclue
  60. @SMK

    Those tens of millions of vilified and demonized Trump supporters will now have to live up to their designation as “domestic extemists,” “white supremacists,” and violent ‘insurrectionists” who pose an “existential threat to democracy.”

    I was never a white Supremacist until they told me I was one.
    I was never a domestic terrorist until they made me into one.
    I was never a violent insurrectionist until they gave me no other choice.
    I now pose an existential threat to a CultMarx Communist Dictatorship in the land of the once free.

    They started this civil war, now patriots will finish it.

  61. @geokat62

    Rabbi Joshua Stanton claims Jews approach new situations with “wisdom, determination and moral clarity” and everyone who has ever fought them is irredeemably evil. ‘White Suprmemacists’ must be “militarily” destroyed and their ways extirpated. Morally justified genocide.

    He mentions Jewish cemeteries being vandalized, and then talks about White supremacists trying to prevent the desecration of Confederate monuments.

    It’s almost as if the current removal and destruction of Confederate monuments is Jewish-orchestrated, as revenge against past vandalism to Jewish cemeteries and cultural markers.

    The political prisoners are another sacrifice to appease a crazed Jewish revenge fantasy. Rabbi Stanton was a prophet, telegraphing what Jewish supremacists in control of the Fed power structure were going to do to us.

    • Replies: @HT
  62. SMK says: • Website
    @Dr. Charles Fhandrich

    Differences on some issues notwithstanding -e.g., patriotism, economics, wars on behalf of Israel and global democracy- George W. Bush and other “cucks” and neocons are leftists on race and immigration.

    The disastrous presidency of George W. Bush and his wars in Iraqi and Afghanistan and support for massive Third-World immigration, all the dead and wounded and the mass importation of Democratic voters secured the election and re-election of Barack Obama.

    As awful as 8-years of Obama was in sundry ways -distincly so on race and racial issues, including immigration-8-years of McCain would have been far worse given his maliign “invite-the-world/invade-the-world crusade and ideology. He woild have been almost as bad as Obama on race and as bad or even worse on immigration while bombing and invading and occupying who knows how many countries besides Afghanistan, Iraq, and Lybia. He might have even incited a war with Russia over Ukraine -the horrors of which one can only imagine.

    • Replies: @Sir Launcelot Canning
  63. Getaclue says:

    Right because the people who literally have Trillions “running” the world for themselves just do obvious things and wouldn’t consider controlling both “sides” because er because…. — — rube.

  64. SafeNow says:

    This is internment. In his 1944 dissent in Korematsu (the Japanese-internment-case) Justice Jackson warned that the decision “lies about like a loaded weapon ready for the hand of any authority that can bring forward a plausible claim of an urgent need.” In Trump vs. Hawaii, the loaded weapon was reloaded, when the majority opinion declined to overrule Korematsu legally. Overruled “by history,” Roberts weaseled. Group internment is the law of the land. Military necessity or emergency threat are the preambles to firing that loaded weapon. The administration, and its military – – Milley – – have asserted that “white supremacy” and “white rage” are the greatest terrorist threats to the nation. All of the dots have been connected.

    • Agree: beavertales
  65. KenH says:

    Contrary to what some people on our side our saying the Justice for J6 protesters protest was not a government set up. Matt Braynard is the real deal and is doing everything he can to bring attention to the two tiered justice system between right of center protesters and violent radical left/BLM/antifa

    When the crowd was panned it looked like a great deal more people attended than the media claimed. It looked to me like they had at least 500 supporters in attendance. About 90% were white which proves that non-whites don’t care about whites and are not sentimental towards us as we tend to be towards them. If the government was treating BLM and left wing protesters/rioters like they are the Jan 6th Trump supporters there would be throngs of white people taking to the streets demanding answers and even Republican politicians and talking heads would be getting involved to virtue signal.

    The January 6th protesters are being overcharged and over sentenced based on their political beliefs and their race (white). As such they are definitely political prisoners otherwise almost all of them would be out of jail by now….even those who committed “violence” which mostly amounts to pushing and shoving some Capitol police officers.

    There is definitely a racial component because at least one public defender made her female client read books and watch documentaries showing how whites have treated Indians and non-whites so horribly. Basically the public defender was telling her she needed to submit to brainwashing or things could turn out bad for her. This is criminal and that left wing activist attorney should be stripped of her law license.

    I wonder what would have happened to this federal public defender is she made BLM members in jail learn about how violent black people are and how it’s their low impulse control and much lower than average IQ, not systemic white racism, that sets them up for failure in American society?

  66. @Maddaugh

    “Talk about the 40 thieves distancing themselves from Ali Baba”

    That’s so true which ain’t funny but you’re right: ROFLMAO!

  67. Panadechi says:

    Our enemy has been ahead of us for a long time, it is time for the Goyim to start reacting, before it is too late.
    The four factors of all civilization to survive are: Ethnocentrism, Homogeneity, High IQ, sovereign own territory..

  68. HbutnotG says:

    “Snake handling fundamentalists”

    You don’t have to go that far. The Catholic church shot itself through the head with Vatican II.

    • Replies: @fnn
  69. JLK says:

    attacked police and

    No evidence of that.

    A Capitol police officer, Brian Sicknick, died as a result of their activities, and several others were attacked and hurt. I’m living here in the DC area, and these attacks were thoroughly documented, reported in the local media and through testimony in Congressional hearings.

    “I was grabbed, beaten, tased, all while being called a traitor to my country. I was at risk of being stripped of and killed with my own firearm.

    “I was electrocuted again and again and again with a taser. I’m sure I was screaming but I don’t think I could hear even my own voice.

    • Replies: @Anon
    , @fnn
  70. The National Guard Quick Reaction Force has been asked to stand by…”

    Southern Comfort V2.0…?

  71. Weaver says:

    The wars are so horrible, but the mass migration is also bad. Tough to pick. I get sick seeing the pictures of starving Yemeni. Little girls are raped in the US as they cross over.

    These are intentional policies by the US government. Starving Venezuela as well, who then come here. It’s so evil.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  72. @SMK

    I’m proud to have voted for Chuck Baldwin in the fall of 2008.

  73. @Weaver

    Fed Gov policy is behind the bulk of the world’s problems and all of the US’s problems.

    The Fed Gov hangs out a sign that says ‘free stuff’ if you can make it over the border. That magnet is strong for the people of the world that have very little. I can’t blame them for wanting to take advantage of what the US has on offer. On the other hand, the US can’t afford to take in the worlds poor and ignorant. It’s becoming a less and less 1st world society as days go by.

    People shitting on the street in San Francisco and Nancy Pelosi just doesn’t care even though it’s her town. The military abandons Afghanistan after pounding it for 20 years and then they want to fly in goat herders with a mid 80 IQ. These people are not capable of adding any benefit to the US. They will be sucking on the gov’t teat their entire lives. Next comes the AUKUS development. I can’t believe the US is seriously considering giving China more of a hard time and intending to do it in their back yard.

    Wait for congress to appropriate even more money for the military. They left billions of dollars worth of weaponry behind because they knew there was more of that available by more spending. The departure from the ME means a pivot to Asia, just another term for China. This is not going to end well for the US population as inflation rises via rampant currency printing and some finance types are actually using the hyperinflation word, something I know is coming.

    I can’t think of a single positive development in the US. It’s all down hill.

  74. Rogue says:

    Trump was clearly a coward regarding the January 6th protesters.

    If he pardoned them he new the Deep State would unleash utter fury against him. So he threw them under the bus.

    The stark contrast of Trump pardoning an utter scumbag like Pollard (who should have been executed) and the January 6th so-called “insurrectionists” is both glaring and symbolic.

    Trump would still have been a better choice than Biden quite obviously – but let’s not pretend he has any great principles or honour. He doesn’t.

    • Agree: R.C.
  75. Just to say that ref western “leaders” like Bush, T Rump, B Liar, Micron, Boris, Mutti etc, there can be no question when push comes to shove of just allowing these murderous corrupt fuckers to simply retire to their NZ boltholes/wherever.

    These people deserve their time in Court.

    They need to defend against Capital Charges for mass-Murder, Treason, Malfeasance, also Corruption and a host of other charges for their disgusting crimes.

    We, the People, demand no less.
    And some will scorn and say it will never happen.
    But never is a long time …
    And this long overdue Justice might not come from “White Pussies” (pace Linh Dinh) but possibly from other sources, eg Islam …

  76. Weaver says:

    Hyperinflation, definitely, and the loss of reserve currency status. You remind me of Jesse Colombo’s “bubble bubble” (all investment assets are inflated).

    Stagflation, really. I like decred cryptocoin (going down atm) and possibly gdx stock. However, we could see some asset bubbles burst too.

    Since the fear in part is inability to buy future necessities, increasing self sufficiency could be wise, if things get bad enough. Zero immigration is my vote, reg the other topic.

    But don’t despair. Things have been terrible for awhile. It’s well that more people are noticing.

    • Agree: RoatanBill
  77. anon[412] • Disclaimer says:

    “went places the public is not allowed to go.”

    the peons had the nerve to look behind the plush curtains.

  78. Realist says:

    Excellent points…all.

    • Thanks: RoatanBill
  79. R.C. says:

    Not only the poor SOB’s from 1/6/21 – everyone in jail for a malum prohibitum crime is a political prisoner.
    Also, check out Anglin’s latest on the 9/18/21 protest:
    The images of the ‘undercover’ feds are hilarious!

  80. HT says:

    Yet people wonder why Hitler considered them to be such a threat to Germany.

  81. @follyofwar

    Trump should have pardoned every person who traveled to DC on January 6. That he didn’t says a lot. Couple that with his constant preaching: “get the vaccine”, tells me he is a low IQ coward, or controlled opposition for Mr. Global, or both.

    • Replies: @HT
    , @mulga mumblebrain
  82. Getaclue says:

    It’s the FBI that keeps him in — they have let it be known he does not get out….– i.e. if you kill a Fed you don’t get out is the message they are sending — 100% it is the FBI that has vetoed all Pardons as to him

    • Replies: @Wielgus
  83. Weaver says:
    @Sick of Orcs

    Julian Assange

    • Agree: TKK
    • Replies: @TKK
  84. HT says:
    @the grand wazoo

    Most weren’t even charged until after Trump left office. You can’t pardon unnamed people.

    • Replies: @geokat62
  85. The USA’s private prison-industrial complex is stuffed with millions of economic prisoners, underclass victims exploited for cheap labour. To have such an Evil, misanthropic economic and social system is a political decision, hence they are all political prisoners of the ruthless psychopaths who run the USA.

    • Agree: Wielgus
  86. @RoatanBill

    Actually it is the USUKA (pronounced ‘you sucker’) ‘agreement’ forced on the USA’s most servile colony, Austfailia, where we get to be the sacrificial offering to White, Western ‘Full Spectrum Dominance’ over humanity, forever. The local bunyip Bolsonaro, Morrison, calls it a ‘forever’ agreement, thereby rendering any future change of direction by any sane Government elected in our sham ‘democracy’, illegitimate and forbidden-no doubt by Morrison’s little mate, ‘God’, himself.

  87. @the grand wazoo

    Come on-what a load of malarkey! Trump NEVER thought he would be elected, and after the accident his task was staying alive. No JFK style upsets, lest the Deep (Real)State gets upset, then feign outrage at the theft of the election, and continue posturing.

  88. @Wielgus

    Leonard Peltier was convicted because he walked up to the two seriously wounded FBI agents and executed them with contact head shots from his 223Rem AR15. Agent Williams shot once in the head, Agent Coler shot twice in the head. Peltier’s two accomplices were permitted a self defence plea and were acquited, a bizarre verdict. Allowing the self defense plea was highly unusual, more so as the three Indians were not under attack by the FBI agents, or even in contact with the agents, who were driving their vehicles when the Indians opened fire. It was Peltier and his two accomplices that initiated the firefight. Leonard Peltier is not a political prisoner, he is a psychotic scumbag with imaginary grievances that deserves to die in prison, good riddance.

    • Replies: @Wielgus
  89. @Sollipsist

    Peltier does not deserve a pardon, he deserves the death penalty.

    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
  90. geokat62 says:

    Most weren’t even charged until after Trump left office.

    If he didn’t see fit to pardon the few that were charged while in office, what makes you think he would’ve pardoned most who weren’t charged if they, too, had been charged while still in office?

    • Replies: @HT
  91. @CelestiaQuesta

    Thank you for your first four words. I couldn’t agree more. If he actually won LOL, then what he has done since then is absolutely against so many laws and in fact, is criminal behavior. Where’s Hunter?

    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
  92. HT says:

    Well, who was charged and what were their charges at that point?

    • Replies: @geokat62
  93. TKK says:

    We are all political prisoners.

    The wrong social media post can cost you employment, banking, scholarships, grants, HOA harassment.

    But- watching the 10s of thousands of Haitian scum flood into America is the tipping point for me.

    It’s over. There is no hope for this country.

    This is just rearranging deck chairs on the Titanic now.

    • Agree: Sick of Orcs
  94. @TKK

    How do you know that the Haitians are ‘scum’?

    • Replies: @Sick of Orcs
  95. @Bombercommand

    Peltier is a hero-you are a zero.

    • Agree: Wielgus
    • Replies: @Bombercommand
  96. @Dumbo

    Right on, Dumbo.
    What you refer to are classic symptoms or evidence of the utilisation of ordinary crime for political purposes.
    Those imprisoned by such “crimes” are indeed, “political prisoners “.

  97. Wielgus says:

    Fine, you have no grounds for saying then that people arrested and even shot as a result of January 6 events deserve anything other than the worst. They defied government orders – the ultimate blasphemy.
    Anybody in the FBI go to jail for shooting defenceless people?

    • Replies: @Bombercommand
  98. geokat62 says:

    Well, who was charged and what were their charges at that point?

    You’re the one who wrote “most,” remember?

  99. @Wielgus

    Peltier and his accomplices opened fire on the two automobiles of two FBI agents lawfully conducting their duties. The two FBI agents had not contacted the three Indians, or even left their vehicles. Peltier walked up to the two critically injured FBI agents and executed them with a close contact head shot. How does your brain work, “Wielgus”? You refuse too look at facts, grow up.

  100. @mulga mumblebrain

    Peltier and his two accomplices opened fire on the vehicles of two FBI agents lawfully conducting their duties, who had not contacted the three Indians, or even left their vehicles, and certainly had not drawn their weapons. That is not “self defense”, that is an ambush. After critically wounding the two agents, Peltier walked up to them and executed both by close contact head shots. That’s not the actions of a “hero”, but a psychotic scumbag acting out imaginary grievances. You obviously know nothing of this case. As I told you before, stick to the kiddy pool, Dullga, you are out of your depth…again.

    • Replies: @Wielgus
  101. fnn says:

    The Capitol authorities lied repeatedly about Sicknick, saying he had been bludgeoned to death with a fire extinguisher. He died of natural causes. I don’t know about the others, but you need more than the bald assertions of those who are proven liars.

  102. fnn says:

    It’s come to the point where the RCC is just faking it for the most part. The current Pope is a thinly disguised Marxist who clearly would junk all Catholic doctrine except for the social teaching on economic and racial/ethnic issues if he could. The bishops in the West are probably mostly homo and likely few care about abortion. The left in the US is mostly friendly to the RCC but has an intense hatred for fundamentalist Protestants.

  103. @TKK

    While I agree with most if your comment, the situation is far from hopeless. Wars against invaders is an historical constant.

  104. fnn says:

    New Proof Emerges About the Hunter Biden Laptop: a Definitive Account of the CIA/Media Fraud.

    • Replies: @Dr. Charles Fhandrich
  105. Wielgus says:

    I suspect it is FBI vindictiveness. A US President could go over their heads and pardon him, and then probably have his or her brains spread like jam, by an “Oswald”.

  106. Wielgus says:

    A site full of boil in the bag anti-Semites among its commentariat has a depth that would make the kiddie pool seem profound.

    • Replies: @Bombercommand
  107. @Wielgus

    You are avoiding acknowledging the facts of the case of the murders of Agent Williams and Agent Coler.

  108. @mulga mumblebrain

    Their character is irrelevant. They do not belong in the US, along with millions of others who shouldn’t be here.

  109. @Sick of Orcs

    Add Theodore Wafer, in Michigan.


  110. MarLuc7 says:

    When will Americans wake up? The police forces all across America have been undergoing “Militarization” since 9/11. They train in Israel in Riot Suppression and Anti-Terrorist tactics. They wear the exact same tactical gear as our Heavily armed Military Infantry. Over the last twenty years, police forces have purged all the conscience-able cops. The new crop of cops have all been psychologically profiled and vetted –keeping only the police officers willing to kill unarmed Civilians (AKA Domestic Terrorist). Those cops see it as a US-vrs-Them scenario. They will kill your family to feed theirs and they will sleep very well.

    The Next Assault on the Capital needs to be ALL IN. 🙂 No More Half Measures. Anyone in a police uniform is the Enemy. As you are Their Enemy. All Patriots are Domestic Terrorist. All Anti-Vaxers are Terrorists. Anyone that does not believe MSM is a Terrorist. Anyone opposing the Biden Administration is a Terrorist.

    Next Time you Storm the Capital —Only do it knowing what you are walking into. They will murder you in cold blood, close rank, defend their actions, and walk Scott free. MSM will support them. The DOJ and FBI will cover up their crimes. Your rights, freedoms, and citizenship mean nothing.

    You will be accused of Domestic Terrorism. You will be guilty of Insurrection. You will be imprisoned and denied all legal rights. If you ever congregate to express your free speech, anywhere near the elites, just know they are terrified of you, know that they have given orders to gun you down like a damn dog. You might as well make it count.

    The days of some stupid clown wearing buffalo horns stumbling through the Capital building while MSM captures every ridiculous pose are over.

  111. @fnn

    Exactly!!!! How crazy are millions of Americans that simply accept this crap?? Greenwald said it all.

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