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Will the 2020 elections change history? If they do, it won’t be because one or the other candidate won, but because they accelerated the polarization that brought down the American empire.

Political partisans, including most of the mainstream media (MSM) are screaming from the rooftops that the fate of the known universe depends on the outcome of Trump v. Biden. The dominant anti-Trump MSM faction casts Trump as a new Hitler who has exterminated more than 200,000 Americans in a coronavirus holocaust. (Why not say six million and imprison anyone who disagrees?)

Critics say Trump is a malignant narcissist and egomaniac—which is true. They call him a mental midget, or as several of his senior military advisors have said, a “moron,” which is also true. They say Trump has wrecked the system of so-called alliances with occupied vassal states on which the US empire depends. That, unfortunately, is not entirely true, but give Trump another term and he might get there.

If Donald Trump did actually finish off the Anglo-Zionist Empire, the good news is that he would go down in history as a hero of world-historical stature. The bad news, for Trump’s ego anyway, is that he would be credited with destroying the evil empire through sheer incompetence. If such happens, insha’Allah, perhaps he will be immortalized by statues of him stumbling on a stairway, whiffing at a golf ball, or ingesting vast quantities of junk food and diet coke while staring hypnotized at a big screen tuned to Fox News. Future archeologists will decipher the lapidary legend: “My name is Donald J. Trump, king of kings; look on my Works, ye Mighty, and despair!” Such would be a fitting epitaph for our age, and for the obese imperial colossus that sat bestride it.

The liberal MSM pundits who envision Trump destroying the USA and its Empire imagine that a Biden presidency would, by contrast, save America, and perhaps the world. Biden, they say, would patch up US “alliances” and resurrect the moribund institutions by which the US has dominated the planet since World War II. According to the never-Trumpers, Biden will slay the coronavirus, stop Global Warming, rehabilitate America’s reputation and soft power, put Russia and China in their places, save Israel from its own hubris, and refrain from tweeting utterly insane things every 20 or 30 seconds.

Pro-Trump pundits offer a mirror-image vision of “why the world will end if our candidate loses.” They imagine that if Biden wins, George Soros and his legion of Antifa terrorists will take over America, burning and looting whatever is left in the stores after the next COVID lockdown. Law-abiding citizens’ guns will be confiscated. America’s borders will be flooded by (nonwhite) immigrants, crime will rage out of control, police will call in sick, the internet will be purged of conservative voices, and brain-dead Biden will quickly be replaced by a vicious prosecutor named Commissar Kamala who will become America’s first ethnically-ambiguous female dictator.

In contrast to the cartoonish visions of political partisans, history suggests that it matters less and less who gets elected president. Each succeeding election becomes the new “least consequential election in US history,” and the 2020 election appears to be no exception. Candidates are selected by an oligarchy of politically-active billionaires who set strict limits on policy agendas. No president ever has the political capital to pursue more than one or two major policy proposals, which generally get watered down anyway even if eventually approved.

No US president has imagined that he is really president since JFK was executed for that crime in 1963. And since the Trilateral Commission chose an obscure Georgia governor named Jimmy Carter to launch the neoliberal revolution in 1976—and then replaced him with the more radical Ronald Reagan in 1980—the oligarchs haven’t even bothered to go through the motions of pretending America is a democracy. The 2003 introduction of black box voting machines, better termed vote-fabricating machines, formalized the permanent state of emergency inaugurated by the 9/11/2001 National Security Special Event Day.

Donald Trump campaigned on a long list of extravagant promises: End all foreign wars and reveal “who really did 9/11,” bring the troops home, pull out of the Iran nuclear deal (JCPOA), ban all Muslims from entering the US, wall off the entire southern border at Mexico’s expense, end NAFTA, CAFTA, TPP and all trade treaties, bring manufacturing back to America, end NATO and all alliances (unless the vassals vastly increase their tribute payments, which they won’t), rebuild America’s infrastructure, demand and get vastly better trade terms from China, resurrect 1950s-style family values, and restore Americans’ pride in their history. These are, in essence, the specifics behind Trump’s promise to “make America great again.”

So how much of that agenda did Trump accomplish? Only the tiny fraction supported by oligarchs. A cabal of Zionist-extremist plutocrats wanted to pull out of the JCPOA and exert “maximum pressure” on Iran, so Trump was allowed, or directed, to pursue that insane and inhuman initiative. Other than that, Trump fulfilled none of his promises, because the oligarchs wouldn’t let him. Instead, following oligarchs’ orders, Trump lavished money on tax cuts for billionaires and record increases in the military budget. Aside from Iran policy, a Hillary Clinton presidency wouldn’t have been all that different; Clinton might have thrown slightly less money at the billionaires and the military-industrial complex, but not enough less for ordinary people to notice.

Trump is hardly unusual; recent presidents have increasingly accomplished less and less of whatever their ostensible policy agenda was supposed to be. Obama was elected to close Guantanamo, end torture, end the 9/11 wars, prosecute the war criminals, restore the Constitution and the rule of law both domestically and internationally, reduce economic inequality and racial disparities, and stop wasting money on foreign wars in favor of domestic spending while increasing average Americans’ standard of living. Needless to say he did not accomplish any of those things, as predicted by my 2008 book Questioning the War on Terror.

Previous presidents were almost equally ineffectual. George W. Bush (2000-2008) was elected on promises to end America’s role as world policeman—and, incidentally, stop kidnapping pro-Palestinian Muslims on fake terror charges. (The Muslim vote put Bush in office.) Instead, Bush was himself kidnapped on 9/11/2001 when his orders to fly from Florida to Washington, DC were disobeyed, and he was coerced into spending the rest of his presidency reading from the neocon-Zionist 9/11 coup perpetrators’ script.

Bill Clinton (1992-2000) like Trump and Obama came into office pushing significant policy initiatives: He charged his wife Hillary with shepherding a single-payer national health care plan through Congress, and he intended to force Israel to completely withdraw from 1967-occuppied territories in return for peace. But the insurance lobby demolished the former plan, while the Zionist lobby and its agent Monica Lewinsky devoured the latter. So all Clinton really accomplished was neoliberalizing the globe under billionaire orders (and learning who really runs the world).

So whether Trump wins a second term or Biden replaces him, the US empire will mostly likely continue to decline in more or less the same fashion. Hostility, sanctions, and the possibility of war will dominate relations with Russia and China. Biden might return to the JCPOA, easing overt tensions with Iran, but the covert Zionist-directed war on the Islamic Republic will continue no matter who is in office. Meanwhile ordinary Americans will continue to be plundered by the oligarchs, the military-industrial complex and its Zionist friends, and other powerful special interests. A private bankers’ cabal will keep creating the entire currency supply out of nothing by lending it into existence at compound interest. Debt will keep increasing and the petrodollar will keep slipping toward the precipice. Infrastructure will continue to crumble. There will be no national public health care because the oligarchs and insurance companies won’t allow it. Manners and morals will continue to decline. Oligarch-directed hoaxes and lies, along with bread and circuses, will distract the public. In short, nothing will really change.

This year more than ever, American voters have been whipped into a frenzy of sound of fury signifying nothing. When the hoodwinked sheeple yank the levers of their rigged voting machines, like suckers yanking levers of Sheldon Adelson’s rigged slot machines in Las Vegas, they may think they are participating in the making of history—when all they are really doing is demonstrating their own ignorance and gullibility.

The Real Issue: Polarization-Induced Civil Strife

But by working themselves up into a political lather, and yanking those voting machine levers so hard, the voters might actually be helping make history—but not in the way they intended. They may be setting themselves and their country up for a failure of epic proportions. (Whether that failure would be the deliberate result of a plan by the globalist elite to divide-and-conquer America in service to The Great Reset is beyond the scope of this article.)

The United States of America has experienced countless episodes of mass domestic violence, but only two all-out civil wars (in the 1770s and 1860s).[1]The American Revolution was in fact a civil war between colonists in British North America, and involved massive bloodletting between revolutionary and anti-revolutionary factions. Today, many observers expect a post-election flare up of unrest that could conceivably erupt into another civil war—or even multiple civil wars.

The levels of polarization and fanaticism seen today have not been witnessed since 1860, when an unusually galvanizing election set the stage for what has been variously termed the American Civil War, the War Between the States, or (among Confederate sympathizers) the War of Northern Aggression. The parallels between the 1860 and 2020 elections are suggestive. In both cases, party realignment had destabilized the political system. In 1860, the Republican and Constitution Parties were new, while the dominant Democratic Party had split into two factions over the issue of slavery in the Western territories. Likewise, in 2020, voters will choose from political parties that have shifted positions: Trump’s newly populist Republican Party has attracted much of what used to be the Democrats’ working class base, while the Democrats have shamelessly embraced their new identity as the party of the “moderate” billionaire oligarchs[2]The “moderate” Democrat oligarchs are funding “radical” causes like BLM and Antifa as a divide-and-conquer strategy against the working and middle classes. They are fomenting strife around identity politics, especially race, in order to lure leftists away from Bernie Sanders style proposals to redistribute wealth. Antifa and BLM extremism also serve to discredit “leftism” (and by extension Bernie Sanders’ agenda) in the eyes of the majority of working- and middle-class Americans.—exactly what the Republican Party used to be!

Like the 1860 election, the 2020 election will poll a starkly divided nation worked up into a frenzy over race-related issues, facing a stark choice about the future direction of the nation. In 1860, the key issue was whether new states in the Western territories should allow slavery. If slavery was banned in all new states, as Republican candidate Abraham Lincoln urged, the southern slave states would become an increasingly disempowered and untenable minority faction in the Union, eventually facing economic ruin as the tariff-loving industrial North grabbed an ever-greater share of the South’s wealth. When Lincoln won, southern leaders foresaw looming disaster, and felt compelled to secede from the Union in hopes of saving their economy and preserving their sovereignty.

In 2020, populist conservatives likewise feel existentially threatened—and might want to fight and/or secede if they lose. Just as the looming demolition of the slave system foretold an apocalyptic end to the antebellum South, today onrushing demographic change threatens white majority America. Alongside that demographic change, which promises to reduce whites to minority status by 2044, the destruction of working class jobs through global outsourcing and automation threatens to impoverish much of what was once the (mostly white) American middle class. Meanwhile religious and family values are eroding, in part due to an all-out ideological assault by a media and academy dominated by secular-progressive, disproportionately Jewish elites. Those increasingly radical elites embrace all varieties of victimization-based identity politics—starting with a pro-Zionist Jewish identity politics aimed at maintaining Jewish privilege—while casting whites as monolithic villains whose efforts to defend their own interests are relentlessly demonized.

Today white identity advocates like Kevin MacDonald and Jared Taylor, and their fellow travelers in the pro-Trump camp, feel about the same way southerners did in 1860: If the election swings the wrong way, they will witness the annihilation of their country and way of life. Better to go down fighting, many say, than accept such an inglorious fate. Like the secessionists of 1860, today’s rebels may react to a Biden win by picking up their guns in support of Trump’s efforts to contest the results. Out of the resulting chaos might emerge a series of armed confrontations between various rural (pro-Trump) and urban (pro-Biden) areas, as well as a larger clash between red states and blue states that could conceivably escalate into a Civil War Redux. How the US military (split between pro- and anti-Trump factions) and local and state police (mostly pro-Trump) would react remains to be seen.

But Trump supporters are not the only ones who might react violently to an election loss. If Trump wins, or claims victory, the Black Lives Matter (BLM) and Antifa protests from last summer will likely flare up into a series of regional brushfires, if not a nationwide inferno. The dominant liberal faction of the mainstream media (MSM) will echo Biden’s June 11 statement that the military should “escort Trump from the White House with dispatch.” Militias and Trump sympathizers in the military might mount an armed resistance against Trump’s forceful ejection from the White House. The violence could easily spiral out of control.

Skeptics may say: Sure, there is plenty of chatter about post-election violence. But is there any actual evidence supporting the notion that this election is different from any other, and that people are more likely to violently contest the outcome? The answer is: Yes there is. A series of polls by YouGov shows that the number of Americans who believe violence is justified for their political party to achieve its goals has risen dramatically in just three years. In 2017, eight percent of Americans supported political violence on behalf of their party. In 2018 it was 12%, in 2019 over 15%, and by June 2020 it had doubled to 30%! The latest poll, taken in September 2020, found that 33% of Democrats and 36% of Republicans support partisan political violence.

Another factor driving potential post-election chaos is pent-up frustration over the COVID-19 lockdowns and the economic and social damage they have inflicted. Democrats have blamed Trump for all the COVID damage, with some success. Many Republicans, however, believe COVID was deliberately unleashed, and/or exaggerated, in order to overthrow Trump. (It is true that without COVID, Trump probably would have ridden the strong economy to an easy re-election; and it is also true that COVID is probably a deliberately-released biological weapon, though Trump was almost certainly not the main target.)

As Americans have had their lives upended and degraded by the pandemic and lockdowns, they have been divided into two camps, each scapegoating the other for the terrible situation. History has shown how such mass scapegoating can devolve into mass bloodshed.[3]On the many holocausts and genocides of recent history, see Gideon Polya’s US-Imposed Post-9/11 Muslim Holocaust & Muslim Genocide. For a deeper analysis of how an innate human tendency toward scapegoating and human sacrifice are the source of such atrocities, see René Girard. The underlying factors driving America’s current trajectory toward civil war—including demographic change, the decline of religion, the rise of identity politics and the culture of narcissism, and economic inequality and the impoverishment of the working and middle classes—are growing stronger every year. Polarization around the grotesquely divisive figure of Donald Trump may serve as the catalyst that sets off a chain reaction of violence.

As conservative pastor Chuck Baldwin writes, “Trump’s vulgarities, blasphemies, duplicities, thefts, immoralities, racism, narcissism, covetousness, self-deification, misogyny, unconstitutional conduct and mass murders disqualify him from being elected dog catcher, much less President of the United States.” But Trump’s Republican supporters, like Democrats who supported serial rapist Bill Clinton and his rape-enabling wife Hillary, or war criminal Obama, or corrupt apparatchik and likely sex criminal Biden, follow President Roosevelt’s reasoning about the vicious dictator Somoza: “He may be a son of a b*tch, but he’s our son of a b*tch.”

An election driven by such unprecedented levels of mutual hatred, with both sides increasingly ready to pull triggers rather than voting machine levers, could turn out to be a national booby-trap. Whether it goes off in ten days, ten weeks, or ten years—or miraculously fails to go off at all—will (unlike the minor issue of who wins) determine the course of history.

An earlier version of this article was first published in Crescent International

Notes

[1] The American Revolution was in fact a civil war between colonists in British North America, and involved massive bloodletting between revolutionary and anti-revolutionary factions.

[2] The “moderate” Democrat oligarchs are funding “radical” causes like BLM and Antifa as a divide-and-conquer strategy against the working and middle classes. They are fomenting strife around identity politics, especially race, in order to lure leftists away from Bernie Sanders style proposals to redistribute wealth. Antifa and BLM extremism also serve to discredit “leftism” (and by extension Bernie Sanders’ agenda) in the eyes of the majority of working- and middle-class Americans.

[3] On the many holocausts and genocides of recent history, see Gideon Polya’s US-Imposed Post-9/11 Muslim Holocaust & Muslim Genocide. For a deeper analysis of how an innate human tendency toward scapegoating and human sacrifice are the source of such atrocities, see René Girard.

 
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  1. The violence to be unleashed after the election, regardless of who wins, is part of the plan to introduce martial law.

    The US is a soft military dictatorship, and has been so since the JFK assassination. DOD and HUD can’t account for $21 Trillion and no one in Congress is concerned enough to find out where the money went. Why is that?

    The only answer that makes sense is that the 3 branches of gov’t take their marching orders from the crooks in the military. Why else would their budget constantly get increased and why else would the US be constantly fighting nuisance wars? The skirmishes are needed to expend weaponry so it needs to be replenished at great cost to provide a reason to continue the madness.

    No president, no congress and no supreme court has substantially changed the country’s direction in 50 years. That’s because the current direction is the desired outcome and there’s no need to change it as far as the country’s owners are concerned.

  2. only in a negative sense:

    every day the Republican Pty stays in business brings Whites in ‘Murka

    closer to extinction.

    • Replies: @Exalted Cyclops
  3. Yes, it matters very much to the six kikes that actually run the USA.

    • Agree: Moi, Robert Dolan
    • LOL: Rufus Clyde, Z-man
    • Replies: @Z-man
  4. Of course it does. Trump losing demoralizes weak willed Nationalists, which is why my province’s CCP Standing Committee donated 30 million RMB to an Iowa ballot harvesting firm last month (at my suggestion)

    • LOL: Rufus Clyde
  5. Dr. Charles Fhandrich [AKA "Anon"] says:

    Oh, come on!! Lets not start with this stuff again. Of course the presidential election matters. One side is led by out and out communists and the other side at least wants to keep a semblance of order and traditional capitalism. Let’s not capitulate to these leftist criminals so fast!!.

    • Agree: VinnyVette
    • LOL: Rufus Clyde
    • Troll: Supply and Demand
    • Replies: @Wally
  6. Biff says:

    If the voting machines decide on a Biden win the violence will be delayed.
    If miraculously the voting machines fail and Trump wins the violence will be immediate.

    If Trump wins expect more violence”
    Joe Biden

    You’ve been warned…

    • Replies: @noname27
    , @fish
  7. Only as insult.

    Biden victory means progs feel satisfaction of trumpers being insulted.

    Trump victory means conzos feel satisfaction of wokemons being insulted.

    But both are puppets of Jews.

    And this Covid Stuff…. it’s not really about the virus. The ‘germ’ that Jewish Power is trying to eradicate is white consciousness of identity and interests.

    Eradicate the white virus.

    • LOL: Rufus Clyde
  8. @Haxo Angmark

    I agree that the Gay Old Pedos (known in polite society as Republicans) need to be tossed into a woodchipper feet first and the output slopped to hogs. This is when I’m feeling charitably towards them. Other days I would prefer something very slow, with lots of boiling oil. The Pedocrats openly proclaim their loyalty to GloboPedo and proudly fly the Pedobear rainbow flag. The G.O.P shuffles among the ranks and implies they are opposed to the Pedocrats (even though their entire history of “opposition” is like a victory roster of the Washington Generals against the Harlem Globetrotters).

    Even so, what makes you think that whites – who seem to be the most suicidal race in world history – will suddenly awaken and fight should Grand-Paw Sniffy and the Hindoo-Dindoo take over teleprompter duty for the (((owners))) of the asset-stripping racket which is commonly referred to as the US government? There’s a great story which I think was on Chechar’s website years ago which appears to be about the (((usual suspects))) but is really about their favorite marks – white folks.

    I once asked [Grandma], when she came on a visit, what her problem with Jews was. Her answer struck me as Old Lady ranting then, but I have realized since that it is so true as to almost be a mystical Truth.



    She said:

“The Jew will look at a pile of shit and say ‘That’s gold!’ Then, he’ll look at a pile of gold and say ‘That’s shit!’ And then he’ll find ten other Jews to rewrite every book and newspaper within reach until YOU and your kids look at the shit and agree that ‘Yes, shit is gold and gold is shit!’

    Then, while you are putting shit in your pockets, he’ll take all the gold and share it with his ten other Jews. It’s their NATURE.”



    Her statement is true on so many levels that it blows my mind. Criminals are victims, victims are criminals, truth is a lie, immoral is moral, shit is gold.

 Oy vey.

    So why do all these nice white folks keep on believing shit is gold and continue to stuff it as fast as they can into their pockets (and their mouths and every other orifice they can find)?

  9. Methinks it matters more in terms of foreign policy, for the consolidation of the Ziocorporate terrorist regime’s schemes. Russia and China are 100% with investor capitalism and New World Order as long as Moscow and Beijing and able to set some rules and tweaks for their business partnership with Western-led globalism, and how that process with unfold will depend on who gets selected in Washington. Other than that, domestically, Americans can only expect to be polarised and radicalised even further with partisan imbecility regardless of who wins, that’s the only way the Ziocororporate-military-intelligence complex can move ahead with its business of totalitarianism in the guise of “democracy” and “republicanism”, and the Covid1984 plandemic has already prepared the ground for and set in motion the process of manipulation and control of the herd.

    • Agree: Stonehands
  10. What may or may not happen is simply Karma for all the suffering the corrupt US regime and military war machine have inflicted on other countries and peoples.

    Outside the US, most people now refer to the US as a “Virus-ridden Shithole” with a lying, incompetent Jackass for POTUS. They say the S in the USA stands for “Shithole”, and the A in USA stands for “Asshole”.

    Many religious people also believe that God is punishing America with the virus because of Trump’s treatment of other people and other countries.

    Others say that God put Trump as POTUS to punish America for its wars against other countries before Trump.

    Perhaps after Biden is elected this will change, who knows.

  11. @RoatanBill

    The crooks in military work for the crooks who own the banks and the military industrial complex.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  12. anon[145] • Disclaimer says:

    Remember the Huks. That’s the key to CIA rule here and at home. First, in the Philippines. Half of you dress up as Huks and scare the peasants; the other half catch the Huks and win undying gratitude. Worked great there and in the US too, with militiamen Huks, then with al-Qaeda terrorist Huks.

    Now we got two sets of Huks, one for the Dems and one for the GOP. Half of you dress up as Proud Boys and scare Dem dupes; the other half catch the Proud Boys. Meanwhile half of you dress up as Antifa and scare GOP dupes; the other half catch the Antifa. So the left hates the right and the right hates the left and nobody hates CIA who’s menacing them all and duping them and fucking them over.

  13. @Exalted Cyclops

    “Turn on the green lights Avi –the customer wants a green suit !”

    • LOL: animalogic
  14. Half-Jap says:

    “Voting machine levers.” Get real..
    Please consider the current reality that voting machines are programmable and that what the voter actually votes for may not be reflected in the result, as in the US has suffered from a large gap between exit polling and the recorded votes. The fraud has been ongoing for quite a while.
    Unrelatedly, “Critics say Trump is a malignant narcissist and egomaniac—which is true. They call him a mental midget, or as several of his senior military advisors have said, a “moron,” which is also true.” Anybody can call you that and at the magnitude that is sent Trump’s way, no denial or kind or self-deprecating acts will change that; stop with this nonsensical gossip and prejudicial pronouncements. Many of us are sick and tired of this ‘obligatory’ preface to anything that may analyze a Trump-related phenomena that doesn’t categorically condemn him.

    • Replies: @Jack McArthur
  15. In a saner America, this article would be published in every mainstream newspaper across the land.

    BarakALLAH fi kum, brother.

    was-salaam.

    • Replies: @Moi
  16. TKK says:

    The 74 year old man who is still swinging after being in a 4 year, non stop, no holds barred, hyenas at the fresh kill death cage match with:

    CIA
    FBI
    DHS
    EPA
    Military Brass
    DOJ
    Democratic Party
    Republic Party
    All Media Outlets in the West
    Hollywood
    Academia
    Big Pharma
    BLM
    Metro Mayors
    Big Tech-

    is a moron?

  17. Alden says:

    Trump is vulgar? Barrett’s never been to a beyond vulgar multimillion dollar bar mitzvah

    Mental midgets don’t graduate from private high schools and Ivy League colleges
    Stopped reading after that line.

    • Agree: VinnyVette
    • Replies: @Begemot
    , @JimDandy
  18. Brilliant article! True picture. No error.

    • LOL: Richard B
    • Replies: @Stephen Paul Foster
  19. “Turn on the green lights Avi –the customer wants a green suit !”

    Uncle Fester almost burned out his light-bulb after seeing that…

  20. Wally says:
    @Dr. Charles Fhandrich

    Obviously it matters.
    That’s why the neo-Marxists are going crazy trying to stop Trump.
    Simple stuff really.

    recommended:

    This IS a Marxist Revolution: https://www.lewrockwell.com/2020/10/vasko-kohlmayer/this-is-a-marxist-revolution/

    [MORE]

    • Agree: VinnyVette, follyofwar
    • LOL: Rufus Clyde
  21. Tdstype2 says:
    @GreatSocialist

    Best explanation for why God created Trump!

  22. slorter says:

    No it does not matter your correct !

  23. noname27 says: • Website

    NO!
    Your vote doesn’t count so stop wasting your time!
    https://www.minds.com/newsfeed/907336101658005504

  24. noname27 says: • Website
    @GreatSocialist

    What virus? Oh yes, the mind virus.

  25. noname27 says: • Website
    @Biff

    It’s not the violence if Trumpstein wins, it’s his sitting on his fat, bought and paid for arse, and deliberately doing nothing about it.

  26. @GreatSocialist

    Outside the US, most people now refer to the US as a “Virus-ridden Shithole” with a lying, incompetent Jackass for POTUS

    .

    Is there some data somewhere that would show this to be true?

  27. Candidates are selected by an oligarchy of politically-active billionaires who set strict limits on policy agendas.

    Say what you will about Trump, but he obviously wasn’t selected by any oligarchy. The Republican oligarchs wanted to run against Hellary was Jeb Bush.

    People who want to boil down the entire world to one or a few conspiracies are simple-minded. The world is much more complex than that.

    • LOL: Rufus Clyde
    • Replies: @Hillaire
    , @Kevin Barrett
  28. gotmituns says:

    Does the Presidential Election Matter?
    ————————————–
    “If voting mattered, they wouldn’t let us do it.” Mark Twain

    That’s very correct.

    • Agree: Reaper
  29. Today’s civil war has been going on for several months already, unfortunately only one side has been fighting…I guess we’ll just have to wait and see for how long that lasts.

  30. Out of the resulting chaos might emerge a series of armed confrontations between various rural (pro-Trump) and urban (pro-Biden) areas….

    The rural area residents have no need to take the urban areas, and the urban area denizens have no way to take the rural areas. Sieges are a bitch, especially for those accustomed to free and/or easily acquired goods and services.

    This will be an interesting civil war.

  31. Carlos22 says:

    A consequence of a Biden victory is the triumph of the Main Stream media and Washington swamp.

    They will be even more arrogant and no one will dare go up against them again.

    Trump was a one off he didn’t give a fuck about kissing anyone’s arse as he was a billionaire unlike a career politician that has to look out for his career.

    You’ll never get another type like Trump again certainly not in your average lifetime.

    • Agree: Reaper
  32. sally says:

    I think it is necessary to remind that there are 527 salaried, paid, elected jobs in the corporation called the USA. The constitution of the USA, inc. was developed in Philadelphia, in 1787 ,and ratified by the very people that sent the representatives to the Philadelphia Revolution. The first president of the United States was John Hanson, 1781 <=but he was President of the 1st USA. I call the advent of the Philadelphia Constitution(1787) the second revolution in American <=it put the British establishment back in power in the USA. The Philadelphia Constitution deprived the people of the Democracy their states right first USA government gave them. The 2nd USA deprived the independent Americans of the gains against British Corporate empire control over domestic America. But what does it take to be elected.. ?

    First some one has to elect you! That is appoint you to be a candidate and then someone else has to fund your candidacy but that is true only for 525 of the 527 persons. Neither the President nor the Vp of the 2nd USA can be elected by the so called Presidential Elections (Nov 3 next upcoming).. Article II of the 2nd USA corporation d/n allow the governed citizens of the 2nd USA to vote for the president neither does amendment twelve to the same Philadelphia constitution of the USA.

    In the case of the USA there are two groups the Article I of the USA constitution group [Congress] and the Article II group[President and VP]..

    Article I group 525 out of 527 (Congress =100, House =425) < this group has no power but to rubber stamp the Article II group..

    Article II group 2 of 527 ( the president and his vp) <=this group has all of the power domestic & foreign

    which group do you think is not elected by the people? Yep! you guessed it Article II
    they are elected by the electoral college? and you have never been a member of the electoral college unless you are high up in the state government.

    What do you know about the Electoral College?
    Trump for me is about controlled demolition of the empire<what's he done for you, for our nation, for our qualify of life, did he protect up when we were attacked by the virus ? Its not his fault he is not in control.

    The greater problem. at the polls or in each 4 year stretch <= no American is in charge of any thing the USA does. everything the USA does is in secret except occasionally when it might make politicians look good to make something public, then it is promoted on the media for ever..

    the layers in the power stack:
    layer 1: global franchisor (the CFA for example) sets rules of play; establishes goals local nation state franchisees must obtain to remain in power of the nation state they have the franchise to.
    Layer 2: oligarch <= national (wall street beneficiaries who use their wealth to conform national outcomes of voting, programs, and every consistent with the plans made by global powers.
    Layer 3: copyright& patent monopoly powers created 90% of the Assets corporations show on their balance sheets<= only 10% of the assets on corporation balance sheets are physical assets.
    Layer 4: think tank and other private organizations the bureaucracies regulate, fund and direct.
    public<= layer 5: the elected 527 person government that regulate the members of the public
    Layer 6: Intergovernmental Bureaucracies limit and direct elected power to global goals.
    public<= layer 7: the 340,000,000 members of the highly public
    layer 8: Keynesian stimulus restrain economic system control
    layer 9: media <=programs environment variables and keeps narrative on track (<=many techniques)

    all layers but 5 and 7 are contained within a media controlled envelop of privately owned and controlled set of layers of power that completely engulf the masses layers. The masses 340,000,000 are in a barrel they cannot see outside of..

    the election of the president is a false flag.. its purpose is to fund the media with tax deductible advertising revenue. deductible to the giving corporation (so it is a government subsidy which allows direct and indirect fleecing of the American people, direct in that tax law allows the contribution to be deducted from corporate income before figuring taxes, and fleecing in that it denies the investor shareholders that much (advertising costs) from being in their dividend, and also because it raises the prices of the goods and services sold or delivered by the fleecing corporation.
    Article II and amendment 12 <= deny Americans <=any say as to <=who is tbe P and VP of the USA.

    Since 1947, standing orders from Layer 1<= demo the American excellence; destroy its superior economic power relative to the rest of the world, Americans must be reduced to fodder like everyone else. .. The standing order, homogenize the world. Now that we have the nation state franchisees granting to us both by their laws and by international treaties monopoly powers (copyright and patent) we can live wherever we want to and have corporations produce their goods and services wherever the labor is the cheapest and the government is not restrained to protect the environment.

    American lifestyle and quality of life is indifferent to who the media puts into the white house.

    Anyone against the "right" and "proper" Democrat sellouts to pharma, tech and environment and the military industrial complex must be rednecks. Imagine those running for President without promoting the Military, foreign war someplace, and the Israeli view?

    so to answer to your question Mr. Barrett <=the purpose of including the President and Vice President in the otherwise local vote <done in each state, but promoted falsely as a national election <taking place on the same day, is false flag electioneering, <= no vote for the President and the VP is possible, such a a promoted false flag vote,
    Why do the Candidates campaign so hard in replace the president time? <=mainly to allow the media orchestrated propaganda machine to divide Americans. and why that is important. Consider 9 persons stranded on Island; they elect 1 to be leader; and leader immediately decides to have a vote of whether or not to leave the Island, he holds a vote, 4 are for leaving and 4 are against leaving the Island.
    On election day, the vote on leaving outcome is 4 to 4, making it possible for the leader to always win. So by dividing the voters into two polarized groups, the leader was able to get his way (conquering by division the all election outcomes).

    No one you vote for is elected in a national election? But the vote for the Senator from your state and for the member of the House from you state matters a lot. During replace the President and VP time, it the false flag election masked by the media promoted propaganda overwhelms most people’s understanding.

    Vote for the party is propaganda, vote and for the P and VP is propaganda, but vote for the 3 persons from your state that can make a difference to you is very important. (yes your vote is limited to just three persons all such votes local to your state of residence, No you cannot vote for any of the 522 other persons who make up the national congress(house or senate ).

    Your Democracy, your liberty, your freedom, your citizenship in the USA is based on 3 votes <=allowed to you each allowed to vote voter: you voters <=each get to vote <=but only if the offices being voted on are due for a replacement election. Each candidate running for the office your vote is about <= shall be one of the two Senators from your state or the only member of the house from your voting district. You get one vote to select who you want to be the member of the house to represent you in Congress from your state (you do not get to vote for anyone else). If you voted, your votes helped determine who makes up but three of the 525 persons that make up the citizen elected national government <=as no one gets to vote for who shall be the President or VP unless the person voting is a voting member of the electoral college and exercises that vote.

    ..

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  33. @GreatSocialist

    what virus?
    china has eradicated this “virus” simply by stopping all testing. and no one even noticed the difference. so much for a pandemic. it’s all fake, and ur a moron for believing it.

    • Agree: Twodees Partain
    • Disagree: GomezAdddams
  34. @Zarathustra

    “But the insurance lobby demolished the former plan, while the Zionist lobby and its agent Monica Lewinsky devoured the latter.”

    Is he serious about agent Lewinsky? How does Jenny Craig fit in?

  35. Dr. Charles Fhandrich [AKA "anon"] says:
    @TKK

    Perfect!!! Right on point.

  36. @Rufus Clyde

    There are aligned groups that mutually benefit from the scam.

    Since the US population has been convinced to never ask questions about the military, preferring to utter the PR phrase they’ve been indoctrinated with – Thank you for your service – the military gets a pass and can therefore do as they please. It doesn’t hurt that the military takes the dolts in the society and gives them a living until it kills them in some shithole. Even then, the families of the dead or maimed soldiers are proud to have their kin knocked off for the likes of the oil, banking or other corporate interests. You can’t fix stupid.

    The grunt morons in the military will be used to control the country at some point. That’s why the currently condoned violence is necessary. It’s a conditioning move to allow the military to take over the streets and be cheered for doing it to bring back law and order. Real law and order could have been had with a shotgun blast to take out some POS rioter and the rest would scatter. But we couldn’t have that because the f’ng law won’t allow it and would actually come after the business owner for protecting his property.

    This upside down situation is also part of the plan. It gets people accustomed to irrational thinking where nothing seems to make sense and then the really stupid people beg gov’t to save them when gov’t is actually trying to kill or enslave them. You can tell which part of the population is the most stupid by simply knowing which have registered to vote in elections that are designed as theater and change nothing.

    • Replies: @Realist
    , @Rufus Clyde
  37. @TKK

    Not a bad point.

    After all, none of those agencies or institutions quite match the power and influence of Israel. Trump knows whose support he needs.

  38. Miro23 says:

    They call him (Trump) a mental midget, or as several of his senior military advisors have said, a “moron,” which is also true.

    It’s tiresome to read copy like this. Have these people ever met a real “mental midget”/moron? Senior military advisers expressing these opinions need to be cleared out as soon as possible – quite apart from the disloyalty/disciple aspect.

    • Replies: @Rufus Clyde
  39. Anonymous[329] • Disclaimer says:
    @sally

    “(Congress =100, House =425)”

    You are a stupid idiot.

    Congress includes the House and the Senate.

    The House includes 435 not 425.

    You are a stupid idiot.

  40. Hans says:
    @TKK

    Hey, it’s Kev Barrett. He probably believes in Climate Change.

  41. Jews serve their Master Satan.

    One day, all others will be faced with siding with Christ, or Antichrist.

    Looks like sooner rather than later.

    • Replies: @GomezAdddams
  42. If Biden wins, we’ll get Kamala’s (((husband))) calling the shots, much as (((President Kushner))) does now.

  43. @TKK

    Some of the grapplers take it seriously, but that’s all, effectively, pro wrestling.

    And for those getting wrapped up in this Most Important Election Ever, here’s another column from last time around that the Establishment would never dare publish:

    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.

    • Replies: @Ugetit
  44. Miro23 says:

    Meanwhile ordinary Americans will continue to be plundered by the oligarchs, the military-industrial complex and its Zionist friends, and other powerful special interests. A private bankers’ cabal will keep creating the entire currency supply out of nothing by lending it into existence at compound interest. Debt will keep increasing and the petrodollar will keep slipping toward the precipice. Infrastructure will continue to crumble. There will be no national public health care because the oligarchs and insurance companies won’t allow it. Manners and morals will continue to decline. Oligarch-directed hoaxes and lies, along with bread and circuses, will distract the public. In short, nothing will really change.

    Agreed that the US is being spectacularly looted – with whole elite power structure in on it.

    Every year the US looks more like the Philippines, with corruption everywhere and totally BS politicians and BS popular culture. In the Philippines, a tiny elite in alliance with overseas Chinese live the billionaire lifestyle while the dumbed down people scratch a living, stumbling from one economic crisis to the next.

  45. Hans says:

    Yeah, it’s made no difference having a candidate and President attack the media for its lying. It’s made no difference to have half the population wake up to the criminality of the media. It’s made no difference having the Deep State discussed on prime time shows like Carlson’s, Hannity’s, Ingraham’s and Dobbs’. It’s made no difference having a President mock the Climate Hoax. It’s made no difference having a President mock the CDC, Fauci, lockdowns etc. It’s made no difference filling court positions with better people. A couple more Kagan’s would have been fine. It would have been so much better for us if far fewer people had a sense of how deep the rot was and where it emanated from. Yeah.

    • Thanks: Etruscan Film Star
  46. Realist says:
    @RoatanBill

    You are right about the stupid people in this country being tools of the Deep State…and there are tens of millions of them.

  47. Realist says:

    Does the Presidential Election Matter?

    Not one bit…this country is on a shit slide to hell with the only recourse…revolution.

  48. bjondo says:

    Many of Barrett’s comments correct
    but
    voting this election does matter
    and
    Trump at the core vastly different.

    Why the fear and hate and coup attemptS?

    Whatever violence after the election
    from the ISISAntifa thugs won’t last long.
    Trump’s supporters have had enough.

    Voting results:

    Trump: America (yep, CA and NY)
    Swamp: DC Swamp

  49. Moi says:
    @AnonStarter

    and God is the best of planners!

    • Agree: AnonStarter
  50. anastasia says:

    Both sides are not ready to pull triggers. Why do people always want to make both sides equally loony.

    Republicans are law abiding people. That is why they want “law and order”. They will not go onto the streets. They will stay home and wait for better days. The left knows that. Why doesn’t the author.

  51. @Half-Jap

    Please consider the current reality that voting machines are programmable and that what the voter actually votes for may not be reflected in the result, as in the US has suffered from a large gap between exit polling and the recorded votes.

    I have been out of electronics for many years but even then the technology was readily available to not only adjust the votes cast but to also shield its detection from inspection. I remember reading a post by an anon software engineer about his coding being used to game gaming machines. It was quickly pulled presumably because his own life was being put at risk.

    Any politician who says electronic voting machines are safe is most likely ignorant. Any electronics expert who claims the same is a corrupt liar and likely to be involved in rigging such machines.

    • Replies: @Jack McArthur
  52. GoodTwin says:

    Biden is going to take away our freedom of speech online (and all our other freedoms whenever he decides a virus is here) and complete the demographic reforming of the actual population. How is this not consequential? Trump is also the only President to actually stand up to the war machine for decades. His reelection will be a huge defeat for the GloboHomo and will change the course of history.

  53. I’ve been rather intrigued by the relative new assertion that the right will go on a rampage if Trump wins. It is the newly repeated mantra that is being now drilled in everyone’s head. When has anyone on the right riot, let alone protest, after losing an election? But now the deep state knows it will happen. Only they can protect us. Methinks they have the assets in place with red hats to finally get their beloved American and purple revolution rolling. Could’ve have happened earlier if the right behaved like they were suppose to with all the BLM riots. Sadly all the deep state got was the Proud Boys and some unknown religious group. Now what makes me curious is why Kevin Barrett here on an alternative site is repeating the official line.

    Also as critical of Trump I have been, I actually don’t think he is a narcissist. Brash is his brand. However for all his weaknesses, he seems to actually recognize human suffering and real life problems. Democrats make the problems, claim to have solutions, which in the end will make them multi millionaires. Kinda seems psychotic with a big share of passive-aggressive and spritzed with a good bit narcissism. I know … they have pretty college degrees, and that makes the sparkly good.

  54. I would put my shekels on the no-option, option just to be on the safe side like the author… “or miraculously fails to go off at all”.

  55. @RoatanBill

    JFK was not a good guy and was part of the plan. It is true that his ritual sacrifice, as a ritual, marked a very decisive decision being enacted but wishing he had survived and won is tantamount to wish MLK had survived and won rather than being ritually sacrificed by the very ones who sacrificed JFK. Both characters resembled a lot with each other, as sexual beasts passing as saints among others. Had the ritual sacrifice of JFK not taken place, that black guru would have passed in history as one of the most fraudulent and abusive characters and confirmed to the public opinion that Blacks cannot gather except at perfect scoundrels’ behest. The kabbalistically enacted sacrifice of MLK (apotheosis in masonic parlance) as a saint of the American secular pantheon, despite the guy’s having been a feral cult leader, marked the advent of political correctness and the end of contents of character and competence as the main criterium for getting a job relatively to community belonging and relationships. The sacrifice of JFK who actually was no better and had been elected thanked to mass electoral fraud against the people’s will, marked likewise the advent of the concept of humanitarian war as the new modus operandi of the US state as opposed to classical Monroe-style imperialism.

    JFK never disobeyed his sponsors. He never challenged the FED’s authority : all he did in reality was to have government bonds payable in metallic silver for their dollar value, which is not taking over the FED’s currency emitting attributions but is most opposite actually. He never challenged the triibe’s authority : actually he was the first to let Kissinger enter the White House as he consulted him for all Jewish related affairs. JFK was never pro-White as too many mean it : as an irate Irishman he was as full of resentment towards ordinary anglo-saxons and other mainstrean Whites as the worst of Blacks, and his family was actually a mere US extension of Canada’s Bronfman clan : his father had manifested a pro-German attitude during WWII and after only at the Bronfman’s behest who wanted his clan to have connections with all parties in all conflicts, and also not the ultra-Zionist kabbalistic thing the family had always been since the ancestor’s immigration into for black magic purposes to shine through too much.

    JFK was actually entrusted as a Catholic who knew very little of Catholicism apart from mafia action (which he loved and extolled to the point he praised the Indian social model as a desirable model for future America) with the mission of seeing that the Vatican II council worked exactly as intended by the B’nai B’rith, which it did. Without very extensive American intelligence support and targetted assassinations John XIII’s plan to turn the Catholic thing into a Jewish compliant one could not be pulled off as intended. This makes JFK the co-signer of one of the darkest designs ever in the history of mankind : the remerging of the Catholic religion into the Jewish fold as a Noachide extension of it, and the neutering of it as the one single power that had up to then protected the Western World from absolute Jewish take-over. Only a Satanic mind of the kind believing in witchcraft as his sole religious ideal could undersign such a deep reaching venture. In general when you go into such extremities of evil your sponsors have no interest in keeping you alive once your job is done. Bewailing JFK’s death as the end of the American dream is like bewailing Trotzky’s death as the end of the Soviet dream, or the Che’s death as the end of hope for Latin American peoples : the truth is that thanks to Trotzky alone could the gulag system work so well for Stalin and turn USSR into a major power, thanks to the Che the whole intellectual elite of South America was turned from fascism (which worked well for them) to communism, and thanks to JFK America could from then on use politically correct multicultural (multiculturalism was JFK’s constant obsession) humanism as an object of erotic attraction even more powerful than Soviet Communism for the peoples of the world and dispense America from having to manufacture affordable cars for all to gain their affection.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
    , @Art
  56. @Exalted Cyclops

    A rabii, a priest and an atheist were attending their friends funeral. Each owed their deceased friend $100.

    The priest went to the coffin, said a prayer and dropped a $100 bill inside.

    The atheist went to the coffin, thought about his dear friend and also dropped a $100 bill inside.

    The rabii went to the coffin, smiled, wrote a check for $300, dropped it in the coffin and took the two $100 bills.

    • Replies: @Francis Miville
    , @Alden
  57. Voting matters and it counts

  58. Hillaire says:
    @Ray Caruso

    All these tired hacks try to sell this fait acompli nonsense, the fight has already gone out of them. We are meant believe dysgenic morons like zuckerburg, gates and bezos, sheldon adelson et al are athenian gods with unsurmountable control over existence itself…

    My take is that they have too much faith in their buggy bloated software and the expected complicity of their debauched degenerated drone class.

    Contrary to what the apparatchiks of discord spew out through the infotainment plex, there are a lot of men of goodwill out here.

    And ‘all needs must when the devil rides’.

    • Replies: @AnonStarter
  59. @Francis Miville

    Your prose sounds like you think I cared about JFK. I just used his time of death to mark a period when things changed for the worse.

    All US presidents and politicians are scumbags. They think they have the right to boss people around because the laws their friends in the mafia known as government create says so. The terminally stupid vote to keep this asinine system going.

    If some event took out DC and every state and city seat of gov’t, I’d throw a party to celebrate.

    • Replies: @Richard B
  60. @RoatanBill

    If Jews kept content doing tricks like that, that would be great : the deceased person, even supposing shre lives somewhere still, would not object.

  61. As Americans have had their lives upended and degraded by the pandemic and lockdowns, they have been divided into two camps, each scapegoating the other for the terrible situation. History has shown how such mass scapegoating can devolve into mass bloodshed.[3] The underlying factors driving America’s current trajectory toward civil war [strife]—including demographic change, the decline of religion, the rise of identity politics and the culture of narcissism, and economic inequality and the impoverishment of the working and middle classes—are growing stronger every year. Polarization around the grotesquely divisive figure of Donald Trump may serve as the catalyst that sets off a chain reaction of violence.

    Brilliant political and social analysis throughout this piece, Kevin.

    As I see it, roughly speaking, some degree of electoral contest over domestic policies is the consolation America’s governing caste provides to the old American expectation of democracy. What is most at stake in this Superbowl of politics is intangible, in the exuberance of commanding team status going to the winning tribe.

    As much as America has deteriorated socially – amid broken families and communities, failing schools, epidemic drug addiction, dysfunctions of the internet and social media and so forth – I can’t imagine civil strife rising organically to the level of outright war. Conflict between two sides at the level of organized mass murder – more significant than small-scale riotous spasms – seems to me to always require ordering by a state authority. The only thing conceivable to me, farther down a course of steady systematic social decline, is violent conflict within a condition of broad destitution between the sides of property/business owners and desperate, ideologically-incited looters. (Both the recent event in Kenosha and, more opaquely, the popular zombie apocalypse horror genre may be taken as distant early warnings….or more forebodingly as prefiguring a terrifying ultimate denouement as sure as one’s own death.) As yet, however – despite the special conditions of pandemic and a polarizing president augmenting an accelerating slide into depravity – American society seems to me far too comfortable for the fevered media warnings of mass conflagration to materialize.

  62. Ugetit says:
    @Exalted Cyclops

    Damn, Granny was one bright broad!

  63. Ugetit says:
    @TKK

    is [he] a moron?

    Yup. And it’s because “swinging” has another meaning than the one you intended.

  64. Ugetit says:
    @Greta Handel

    I think you, and LD, just took a swing and hit a home run. Nice work! Brilliant, in fact.

    • Thanks: Greta Handel
  65. @Ray Caruso

    “Say what you will about Trump, but he obviously wasn’t selected by any oligarchy.” So you don’t think Sheldon Adelson & Co. are oligarchs? Was Adelson’s predecessor Meyer Lansky, who ran the USA for decades, an oligarch? Are the “Russian” Zionist mobsters like Semion Mogilevich, whose Western Hemisphere HQ is Trump Towers, oligarchs? And if these guys aren’t oligarchs, what exactly are they?

  66. Unz has some of the best opinion pieces. This is no exception. A more spot-on assessment cannot be found. George Carlin said it best: “It’s all B.S. and it’s bad for you.”

  67. Vojkan says:

    My preferred article on this year US presidential election to appear on this site so far.

  68. @RoatanBill

    “Government” is a tool, just like a gun or bottle opener. Government isn’t trying to kill anybody. The people who own government are trying to enslave anybody they can. Elections serve to give a particular faction more direct control than they might otherwise have when a rival faction is given a mandate by the bewildered public. There is little question that the military is pretty much the way you describe it, which is pretty much the way I described it. But they aren’t in charge by any stretch of the imagination.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  69. @Miro23

    Hard to respect an addled, jumped-up dolt, and Drumpf is certainly that.

  70. @TKK

    It is absolutely as phoney as any cage match.

  71. @Rufus Clyde

    Democide: The murder of any person or people by a government, including genocide, politicide, and mass murder.

    In the 20th century, governments around the globe murdered 200 million people. Now tell me that gov’t isn’t trying to kill anyone. The US owns a significant fraction of that death count.

    Elections are theater for the terminally stupid. They change nothing substantial.

    Is it not equally clear that resort to state power becomes attractive to so many for reasons to be found in the very definition of the “state?” Any student of government will acknowledge that such an institution is “an agency that enjoys a legal monopoly on the use of violence within a given territory.” The coercive power of the state will become available to those who are able to get control of its machinery, whether through elections, coups, or any other means acquiesced in by those who sanction the system. Once any group(s) gain control of the apparatus of the state, it is able to generate mandates that either force people to do what they do not choose to do or to prevent them from doing what they choose to do. By their nature, such mandates are grounded in social conflicts. – Butler Shaffer

    I don’t care who does the electing, so long as I get to do the nominating. – William M. Tweed aka “Boss Tweed”

    Apparently, a democracy is a place where numerous elections are held at great cost without issues and with interchangeable candidates. – Gore Vidal

    The state—or, to make the matter more concrete, the government—consists of a gang of men exactly like you and me. They have, taking one with another, no special talent for the business of government; they have only a talent for getting and holding office. Their principal device to that end is to search out groups who pant and pine for something they can’t get, and to promise to give it to them. Nine times out of ten that promise is worth nothing. The tenth time it is made good by looting A to satisfy B. In other words, government is a broker in pillage, and every election is a sort of advance auction sale of stolen goods. – H. L. Mencken

    • Replies: @Harold Smith
  72. Anon[233] • Disclaimer says:

    If presidents don’t matter, why did the deep state murder Kennedy? Why is the six owner deep state serving media united in their lying campaign against Trump?

    • Agree: TKK
    • Replies: @AnonStarter
    , @TKK
  73. Chris Moore says: • Website

    today onrushing demographic change threatens white majority America. Alongside that demographic change, which promises to reduce whites to minority status by 2044, the destruction of working class jobs through global outsourcing and automation threatens to impoverish much of what was once the (mostly white) American middle class. Meanwhile religious and family values are eroding, in part due to an all-out ideological assault by a media and academy dominated by secular-progressive, disproportionately Jewish elites. Those increasingly radical elites embrace all varieties of victimization-based identity politics—starting with a pro-Zionist Jewish identity politics aimed at maintaining Jewish privilege—while casting whites as monolithic villains whose efforts to defend their own interests are relentlessly demonized.

    That’s the white America of history, where an inherently corruptible Anglo establishment of British descent allowed Jews to infiltrate and co-opt the nation, the same way the Jews infiltrated and co-opted the British Empire for Zionist purposes.

    But whites of mixed British descent, and of European and Russian descent, aren’t so easily corrupted and gullible when the Jew money man starts flashing his wads of cash. They are hardened Trump supporters, but they’ll throw Trump under the bus the second he is no longer useful to them, recognizing his character flaws originate in his Judeophilia and greed (are they one in the same?). And they’ll eventually come up with a leader who is openly “anti-Semitic” (a Zionist term). And a lot of Muslims will join them.

    That’s when things will get really interesting.

  74. It’s about the time the Free Press is called Owned Press or Controlled Press.

    ‘Free Press’ gives the illusion that journalists are free to report the news.
    But most of media are owned by oligarchs and corporations, and most journalists do the bidding of some powerful group/agenda.

    • Agree: Agent76
    • Replies: @Agent76
    , @Sin City Milla
  75. Dear Dr. Kevin Barrett,

    Do you think Trump will lose the election?

    In my opinion he is too valuable to Netanyahu, and with hook and crook Mr. Nutyahoo will make sure that Trump wins the election.

    Best regards,

    Mohamed

  76. Other than that, Trump fulfilled none of his promises, because the oligarchs wouldn’t let him.

    That’s not true at all. As president, Trump has plenty of authority to do lots of things that the oligarchs wouldn’t like; or even more obviously, to not do things that they would like him to do.

    For example, he could order the troops out of Afghanistan and Syria tomorrow. He could’ve chosen to not exit all the nuclear treaties. He could’ve chosen to not repudiate the JCPOA agreement with Iran. He can choose to negotiate in good faith with Russia, China and Iran, rather than engage in endless provocations. He can choose to not try to starve Venezuela into submission. He can choose to not sell arms to Taiwan and Ukraine and to not provoke China in the South China sea.

    Trump even has the presidential bully pulpit at his disposal – a tool he could use to great advantage against the oligarchs – if he chose to do so. But he doesn’t, but he’s not an American patriot; rather, he’s a liar, mass-murderer, con man and a militant zionist extremist. IOW he’s a monster, and he does deep state dirty work enthusiastically. He is exactly the front man the deep state needs to serve their ultimata on the independent world.

    • Agree: Yukon Jack
  77. Come on folks don’t be so gloomy. Life goes on, I think we will all be shocked how little things will change after Nov.3
    Trump will keep on talking…and talking and talking mostly about himself.
    Fox will keep their wildly successful “All Trump All The Time” format.
    His low I.Q. Army will still chant Lock ’em Up every chance they get.
    His followers at the Villages will do their water polo aerobics.
    Mike “dead eyes” Pence will keep practicing the glockenspiel in hopes of joining his favorite Lawrence Welk tribute band.
    And Joe will continue his psychotic ramblings about the good old days in Scranton and reminisce about how he once was able to summon cars before him and magically make them honk their horns.
    Kamala has her work cut out for her. For one thing what is the best way to release the CA. death row population, the right way to pronounce her name and how she should be billed Jamaican, Indian, African or Jewish by marriage. If our Masters can do all this for us the lest we can do is put on our masks lock ourselves in our homes and shut up.

    • LOL: Stonehands
  78. bjondo says:
    @Kevin Barrett

    Criminals. Oligarchs too exotic for these thugs.
    Trump not selected.
    Aided with money not selected.

  79. Begemot says:
    @Alden

    Mental midgets don’t graduate from private high schools and Ivy League colleges[.]

    Yes, they do. George W. Bush, as Exhibit 1.

    • Agree: Notsofast
    • Replies: @Alden
  80. We are given a Hobson’s choice of two zionist puppets, I voted for Joanne Jorgensen , she is against the zionist wars, she has not got a snowballs chance in hell, but at least she is not a zionist puppet.

  81. Agent76 says:

    “If voting made any difference they wouldn’t let us do it.” Mark Twain

    Jun 9, 2019 AXIS OF EVIL

    ‘Axis of Evil’, a resistance perspective by Becheanu Andrei – from Bush to Obama to Trump

    • Agree: GomezAdddams
  82. @Kevin Barrett

    When Trump was still competing for the Republican nomination, he appeared to be a longshot candidate, telling the Republican Jewish Coalition he didn’t want their money and vacillating on the question of relocating the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem:

    http://blogs.reuters.com/talesfromthetrail/2015/12/03/trump-to-jewish-donors-i-dont-want-your-money/

    It was a combination of two factors that changed Jewish support for Trump:

    1. He learned whom he had to appease after testing the proverbial waters, and
    2. He gained unanticipated popular support which kingpins such as Adelson et al were compelled to exploit once they recognized it as a runaway train.

    There’s truth to the claim that Trump wasn’t the preferred candidate, but it’s beyond ignorant to think that he’s made his decisions independent of Zionist influence.

  83. Agent76 says:
    @Priss Factor

    Good post. Many more people should know this but they do not. June 13, 2016 Which Corporations Control The World?

    A surprisingly small number of corporations control massive global market shares. How many of the brands below do you use?

    http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article44864.htm

    “Control the oil, and you control nations. Control the food, and you control the people.” Henry Kissenger

  84. I think this American Empire has a long runway yet ahead of it, for better or for worse. It would appear to me that several decades of American foreign policy have been focused on securing American control over access to the world’s oil reserves. To me, there can be no other explanation for a foreign policy that has targeted 5 OPEC states: Iraq, Iran, Libya, Syria and Venezuela. Iraq itself has immense conventional oil fields second only to Saudi Arabia – whose reserve estimates are questionable. I think access to oil will drive foreign policy of all major nations until a) those nations are meeting their energy consumption needs with many different alternatives to oil or b) a world war has significantly impacted consumption, i.e. the losers are devastated. No populist movement at home will curtail the Deep State’s thirst for oil, and thus the relentless expansion of global hegemony. Even if we diversify into alternative fuels, the government of the USA will seek to control oil as a matter of national security.

  85. @Hillaire

    We are meant believe dysgenic morons like zuckerburg, gates and bezos, sheldon adelson et al are athenian gods with unsurmountable control over existence itself…

    No, this is the kind of ad absurdum fallacy to which Zionists typically appeal when seeking to diminish the outsized influence of these individuals upon American media and political discourse.

    Relegating established fact to “conspiracy theory” reveals either profound ignorance or collusion with the PTB.

  86. @Anon

    If presidents don’t matter, why did the deep state murder Kennedy? Why is the six owner deep state serving media united in their lying campaign against Trump?

    You’ve missed the point of the question.

    It isn’t that it doesn’t matter to those who wield influence behind the throne, since a candidate’s pliability to their agenda is requisite. It’s that our vote is unlikely to change anything for the better given the track record of broken presidential promises since JFK.

    • Replies: @Francis Miville
  87. TKK says:
    @Anon

    If this was all theater, why is Trump campaigning like a madman?

    If this is all theater, would the MSM need to have such a grotesque and staggering bias against Trump that it has reached levels of science fiction?

    Most importantly, there is a meaningful, real time difference between Donald Trump and Kamala Harris that will affect our daily lives.

    Harris is dangerous weasel.

    I believe our very lives- the white working class- will be dramatically damaged if she grabs Executive Power. I have absolutely no idea what she is capable of but watching her harangue and threaten Kavanaugh on TV over yearbook photos from 30 years ago is a good indicator. I am not a fan of that Potato Head, but her arrogance and insolence was unmatched even a room of petty vipers.

  88. @Kevin Barrett

    Adelson & Singer are just two billionaires. Take a look at top 20 richest Americans & say that most, or significant part of them support Trump.

    Adelson supports Trump, but does not control him, nor do any billionaires or oligarchs, if you wish. This is a simplistic conspiracy type of thinking.

    • Replies: @AnonStarter
    , @Anon
  89. Greg S. says:

    This article is typical boomer tier swill. The problem with the boomer is that he cannot bring himself to imagine that evil actually does exist in the world. Everything is looked at through this high minded lense that imagines the entire world is good at heart. The boomer also trusts innately the words he sees in the mainstream media, he cannot imagine they would lie to him.

    So if course such an ignoramus as the author thinks Trump is a moron. The Times told him. He has never met Trump, interacted with him, or even gone as far as watching the unedited 60 minutes interview lately where Trump mentally spars with an ambush interviewer for nearly an hour. No, the ignoramus already “knows.” That’s why such people are so dangerous, and why they are the ones really responsible for the ongoing ruin of our society.

    • Agree: TKK
  90. @RoatanBill

    In the 20th century, governments around the globe murdered 200 million people. Now tell me that gov’t isn’t trying to kill anyone. The US owns a significant fraction of that death count.

    I think it’s important to realize that it’s not government per se that’s the problem but evil people; beginning with those who’ve calculatingly subverted the political process and installed their agents into high political offices. But having accomplished that, in order to misuse government power to their own ends, those at the top ultimately depend on having an endless supply of morally incompetent people who are willing to do the illegal/unconstitutional/immoral hands-on dirty work for a lie and a paycheck.

  91. @Harold Smith

    Government = evil people

    That equation has proven to be true throughout history. There’s no such thing as good government. By definition, gov’t is brute force in a geographic region and naturally attracts the worst that humanity can produce. This has always been the case and always will be the case.

    To try to separate the concept of government from the people that are attracted to that power center is disingenuous in the extreme.

    It takes government to steal people’s labor via the euphemism of taxes to enrich themselves and produce systems that provide the capability to murder millions. See Joe Biden and the worlds stockpile of nuclear weapons for examples.

  92. @Bardon Kaldian

    Rather, it’s simplistic to deny the reality of political pressure brought to bear upon both Trump and a long line of presidents preceding him — as detailed in the article.

    Most of the evidence of this pressure is in the public domain, not hidden at all. You seriously want us to imagine that Trump doesn’t know the value of making nice with Israel’s cut-throat Lobby?

    Oh, elections are for real. I’ve known people who have monitored the voting process and vouched for the manner in which votes are verified. Sure, there may be some marginal fraud, but it’s fairly insignificant, so there’s no need to go there.

    That issue is a red herring, anyways. The more pertinent question here is whether any president since JFK has ever been able to act against the Lobby without suffering adverse consequences for so doing. Now you’re more than welcome to provide evidence of this, I’m open-minded and I’ve got the time to examine it.

    Good luck in your effort. You’re going to need it.

    • Replies: @Zarathustra
  93. fish says:
    @Biff

    “If Trump wins expect more violence”
    Joe Biden

    You’ve been warned…

    Well lets get to it then!

    • Agree: GeneralRipper
  94. neutral says:

    The elections don’t matter for all the important things. Both have openly confessed their absolute loyalty to Israel, both absolutely serve jewish interests first. These are nothing but two bickering men on who is the best puppet in chief for their jew masters.

  95. KrisP says:

    Voting straight down the Republican ticket is a way to express disapproval of Democrat-backed riots and chaos. Even if it means nothing else, it’s worth voting. At least for me.

    • Agree: FLgeezer
  96. @RoatanBill

    Yeah, Ol’ Roatan Billy the Libtardarian, stands alone and above it all…lol

    The massive conceit and obvious disdain for the people who still live here and love their country, is palpable. Just like every other expat on this site who just can’t seem to stop yakking about the US, even though they left it years ago…lol

    What’s up with that?

    As a bonus, he’s blowing smoke up Harold Smith’s mentally deficient ass.

    Harold thinks Trump is a “mass murderer” and if you want to see an attack on Iran or possibly WW3 you should cast your vote for him.

    I guess Childe Harold didn’t see this one yet:

    https://www.unz.com/article/neocons-flock-to-biden-its-all-about-jewish-values/

    The Neocons!

    That’s right ladies and gentlemen. Those same old Trotskyite Jew Chickenhawk pussies who never served a fucking day in the military, but will sure wave the flag and talk tough, while doing all they can to send your kid over to some Middle East shithole to get his balls blown off.

    Voting doesn’t matter, so just sit back and let senile old Joe win, why dontcha?

    • Agree: Zarathustra
    • Troll: Twodees Partain
    • Replies: @Ugetit
    , @Harold Smith
  97. @Truth Hurts the Liars

    Satan is operating behind closed doors in DC and enjoying every minute of it !

  98. It is true that without COVID, Trump probably would have ridden the strong economy to an easy re-election

    I don’t think so. Before COVID, the economy was in a precarious bubble. It would have taken only a slight nudge to crash it. I don’t know what form that nudge would take, but I believe there are people who do know, people with motive to apply that nudge, and people who could bring those other people together. (You can put ((())) around those people if you like.) The crash would have been timed to hit around midsummer, to give people time to suffer and blame Trump, but not enough time for the economy to recover before the election.

    COVID actually gave Trump a chance to avoid that scenario, because it placed blame for the crash squarely away from him. His ham-fisted response didn’t help him, but I think he’s better off than he would have been if the crash I was predicting (before COVID) had taken place instead.

  99. anonymous[203] • Disclaimer says:

    Re Kevin Barrett Question, comment 65, “if these guys aren’t oligarchs, what exactly are they?”

    They are members of organized criminal groups, a term of art in the Convention Against Transnational Organized Crime. The convention criminalizes the activities of mobsters as well as the CIA operations shops that use them. That’s why you see Sheldon Adelson there – he’s a CIA agent trusted with CIA’s most sensitive dirty work: obtaining kompromat on PRC officials, surveiling Julian Assange in breach of the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations. Semion Mogilevich is there because he helped CIA loot Russia – and Trump did his part for the CIA asset-stripping program. He stuffed a Florida islet, Sunny Isles, with cheesy condos bought with Russian flight capital.

    Trump wasn’t a white whale of a money-launderer like Adelson. But nobody gets near the White House without running lots of errands for CIA, and Trump paid his dues in that respect.

    Trump got on CIA’s fecal roster during the campaign with crowd-pleasing pranks like advocating the legally-mandated release of JFK assassination records, and suggesting objective investigation of 9/11. Tweaking CIA’s impunity earned him four years of furious state attacks on his honor and reputation. But at least CIA didn’t shoot like they shot JFK and Reagan. The public’s onto them and that’s a good thing.

  100. Anonymous[384] • Disclaimer says:

    Did anyone read all of this gibberish??

  101. One Day More and we storm the barricades Mes Amis

  102. dimples says:

    I had no idea that Monica Lewinsky was an Israeli agent! I suppose the name was the clue I missed. Damn, and to think that I thought I knew it all.

    • Replies: @Wielgus
  103. What a load of b*llsh1t.

    Although I did learn that Mohammed was a pedophile and a rapist, so there’s that.

  104. @Jack McArthur

    I have been out of electronics for many years but even then the technology was readily available to not only adjust the votes cast but to also shield its detection from inspection.

    “Researchers have hacked all machines they have tried, and have shown how they can be undetectably hacked by manufacturers, election office staff, pollworkers, voters and outsiders and by the public.[98]’
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electronic_voting_in_the_United_States

    • Replies: @Jack McArthur
  105. Ugetit says:
    @GeneralRipper

    Yeah, Ol’ Roatan Billy the Libtardarian, stands alone and above it all…lol

    Why not? I think you just ripped a big one, General. Now please excuse me; I need to open a window.

    • Replies: @GeneralRipper
  106. @RoatanBill

    Government = evil people

    That equation has proven to be true throughout history.

    In order to be meaningful, that equation needs a lot of qualifying context.

    There’s no such thing as good government.

    You’re looking at it the wrong way. You could also say for example that there’s no such thing as “good” antibiotics e.g. because they all have some unwanted side effects like killing your “good” gut bacteria along with the disease causing pathogen. But despite the drawbacks we use antibiotics anyway because when used appropriately, the cure, as “bad” as it may be, is still generally much better than the disease. IOW “good” and “bad/evil” are relative terms.

    By definition, gov’t is brute force in a geographic region…

    Well of course; and if you’re being robbed and beaten by a gang of delinquents, you’ll be needing some of that brute force. Sometimes it takes brute force or the threat of brute force to deter malicious brute force, right?

    …and naturally attracts the worst that humanity can produce. This has always been the case and always will be the case.

    To be more precise, power is what apparently attracts the worst that humanity can produce (ipso facto the Founders’ and Framers’ failed attempt to try to limit U.S. government power). But here’s the thing: such evil people will seek power over others any and every way they can, either by way of usurping the state apparatus, or by way of forming their own criminal enterprises, e.g. gangs.

    To try to separate the concept of government from the people that are attracted to that power center is disingenuous in the extreme.

    You’ve misconstrued what I said. The point I was making in my earlier comment was that in a sense “government” is an abstraction. The actual “evil” that happens happens because the morally incompetent masses are willing to do “government” dirty work for a lie and a paycheck. For example, if the Manson Family was not willing to do Charlie Manson’s dirty work, Sharon Tate et al. would not have been murdered.

    Likewise if Joe and Jill Sixpack were not willing to join the U.S. military and betray their enlistment oath by carrying out illegal, unconstitutional and immoral orders, 15 people in and around the Shayrat airbase in Syria would not have been murdered in Trump’s war crime back in April 2017.

    A very disturbing example is Trump’s apparent plan to surround Russia and China with the formerly banned intermediate range nuclear armed missiles, a very dangerous idea that puts not only America but the whole world at risk. But Trump himself is not going to personally design and build any missiles, nor is he going to build the infrastructure to deploy and maintain the missiles, etc. This will require the direct and indirect effort of thousands of Americans; thousands of Americans who are presumably smart enough to know better but morally incompetent enough to go along with it anyway.

    The U.S. government is able to do evil because a majority of the people of the U.S. are morally incompetent, not because public office attracts sociopaths. This is what the Founders and Framers warned us about. To quote John Adams: “Public virtue cannot exist in a Nation without private (virtue), and public virtue is the only Foundation of Republics.”

    If the people of the U.S. had some modicum of “virtue” it wouldn’t matter who was elected president because his power would be limited by what the people would go along with, and that being the case, sociopaths like Trump likely wouldn’t be seeking high political office in the first place.

    • Thanks: ChuckOrloski, Polemos
    • Replies: @GeneralRipper
  107. Anon[357] • Disclaimer says:

    Antifa, or some embedded in Antifa, may have a hit list. If we have general anarchy for a coupke of weeks, it could provide cover for some planned murders. The cops will be busy and the killers can dress as antifa, masked.

    Be careful. I look for lots of bogus 911 calls to keep the police occupied also.

  108. @Ugetit

    That’s the best you got, huh?

    I figured as much…lol

  109. @Harold Smith

    That’s certainly a big ol’ blizzard of bullshit, from Childe Harold…lol

    Get ready to piss yourself in the fetal position AGAIN, Harold.

    The Red Tsunami is coming, cuntlips!

    Hillary Clinton still soils her panties when that treasonous twat remembers it.

    LOL

    • Replies: @Harold Smith
  110. JimDandy says:
    @Alden

    “Mental midgets don’t graduate from private high schools and Ivy League colleges”

    They do, sometimes, but add to that list: author of a hugely successful book, creator of a hugely successful personal brand, a serious global real estate player for decades, the core of a hugely successful tv show, defeated something like 17 rivals to get the nomination, and then–without even the GOP establishment’s support, beat the Hillary/Dem machine, served out his term despite a non-stop coup attempt, and in the wake of a pandemic and unprecedented attacks from the MSM, etc. is making a good run for reelection.

    That doesn’t add up to a moron.

    • Thanks: Alden
  111. Nixon and Clinton were alike in this sense. They were both working toward a singularity, thus making the Other party superfluous and irrelevant. Nixon sought to appropriate and merge Liberal policies with conservatism. He was for more statism and rapprochement with the Communist East. This led to resistance from conservatives but also from liberals who felt Nixon was stealing eggs from their basket. Conservatives felt betrayed, and Liberals felt stolen. (Watergate theft was a perfect metaphor for this.) Nixon failed because of scandal and disgrace.

    Clinton tried for a new singularity. He would take winning Republican talking points — law and order and ‘free trade’ to please Big Money — and fuse them with the Democratic brand. He was almost destroyed by a sex scandal but finished two terms. And more or less, his singularity worked. Once the Democratic Party became the Wall Street and War State party, the GOP was truly irrelevant. With the Democratic Party having sealed a deal with Big Money, it could offer everything to the rich. The rich are vain and want to be associated with cool stuff, status, and moral snobbery. Dems had Hollywood, elite culture, and the symbolism of Noble Negroes and most the holy holocaust Jews. Also, with the power of media, Dems realized they could ‘moralize’ just about anything. Homosexuality, once a sin, was made into a new holy. Dems came to dominate both big money, cult of cool, and moral icons that dominate the West(due to Jewish promotion of Afromania, homomania, and Holocaust cult). So, once Clinton severed the Party from labor and attracted Big Money, the Democratic Party became the defacto the only party that mattered. Also, mass immigration meant Californization of all of US.

    Clinton’s singularity worked, and GOP became useless. Even when the GOP won elections, it was only Neo-Liberal New-Democrat-lite. GOP sought to regain the favoritism of Wall Street and Big Money by offering more tax cuts and more pro-rich policies, but the rich got so stinking rich under globalism that More Money was hardly an enticement. Besides, the GOP is culturally seen as ‘lame’, morally ‘backward’, and associated with the ‘racist’ South with confed flags. And when homos became holy, GOP was morally defensive because it wasn’t as enthused over ‘gay marriage’.

    Then, Trump comes along and throws a monkey wrench into the singularity. He beats the Neo-Liberal-lite GOP candidates and gains publicity as the champion of the working class, if only in rhetoric. Also, he threatens the globalist system that made the current neo-liberal class so rich. Trump threatened to once again create a genuine two-party system, but this time the GOP siding with the workers against the owner class. Or it seemed that way. In his first term, he did little but serve Wall Street and suck up to Jews who hate him.

    Trump’s plan was more difficult than what Clinton pulled off. It was easier to attach the Democrats to Big Money & free trade and stab the working class in the back than it is for Trump to attach the GOP to the working class and offend the donor-owner class. What Clinton did was natural and on the side of historical trends. Big Labor was losing out while the globalist class was winning in the information and high-tech age. So, naturally Clinton wanted to go with the winners, and despite sentimental and traditional attachment to Big Labor, many Democrats went along because the rewards were so lucrative.
    In contrast, Trump tried to make the GOP lean toward the working class. But working class is fading as a force in Western economics. Also, if GOP in the past pandered to the white working class with ‘social values’ and law-and-order issues while offering them nothing economically, Trumpism appealed to the working class with economic promises(and with patriotism). Jobs and borders, not so much about ‘pro-life’ or ‘family values’. (Besides, how can the GOP be a family values party when it takes money from Las Vegas?)

    Clinton was sailing with history and rising power; Trump is rowing against history and the power. History favors the ‘creative class’ that holds most of the cards. Look at the riches of Bezos and the Google boys. And look how Wall Street got bigger while manufacturing got smaller. Clinton merged Democrats with the winners. Trump is trying to merge GOP with losers of history.

    Why did Clinton and Obama beat the GOP in appealing to the rich? When the rich are with the GOP, they are just the stinking greedy rich. But when the rich are with the Democrats, they are associated with Noble Negroes and Holy Homos and cool Hollywood. Why not pay a bit more in taxes with the Democrats to gain plaudits as the Good and Cool people of history.

  112. T minus one day for category 4 chimpout. Hide yo kids hide yo wife.

    *grabs popcorn from across the Canadian border in a city with less than 1% negroes*

  113. @GeneralRipper

    As a bonus, he’s blowing smoke up Harold Smith’s mentally deficient ass.

    Aw c’mon GeneralRetard, you’re just sour grapes ’cause your boyfriend trashed your fat jewish-supremacist ass.

    Harold thinks Trump is a “mass murderer” and if you want to see an attack on Iran or possibly WW3 you should cast your vote for him.

    Sorry chump, but your evil orange messiah is a mass murderer because he’s a mass murderer, not because I or anyone else said so.

    And if you empower such a mass murderer to kill again – in this case by reelecting him – chances are he’s going to continue to do so, and the people who voted for the monster will then share the moral responsibility for his crimes.

    • Replies: @GeneralRipper
  114. Anon[168] • Disclaimer says:

    America cannot be restored as the “the land of the free and the home of the brave” without the following happening:

    Trump wins and immediately invokes the Sedition Act.

    Military, FBI, and police rank and file support him.

    Mass arrests and incarcerations take place of the following: the leadership of the Pentagon (including many retired military brass), DOJ, FBI, CIA, DHS and State Department.

    Also, the leaders of BLM, Antifa, and other front groups for the CCP (Chinese Communist Party).

    The arrestees are to be tried as seditious traitors by military tribunals, found guilty, and sentenced to life imprisonment without the possibility of pardon or parole.

    Prosecutions are commenced against George W. Bush, Dick Cheney, Michael Cherthoff (and the myriad other Jews behind 9/11 and its coverup), the Clintons, Obama, former attorneys general Lynch and Holder, former acting attorney general Yates, former deputy attorney general Rosenstein, former FBI directors McCabe and Comey, former CIA director Brennan, and former Director of National Intelligence Clapper.

    Money-flows from major corporations, banks, foundations and wealthy individuals are tracked and the financing of treason and sedition is brought to light. Major corporations and foundations (Ford, Rockefeller, Open Societies, Clinton, Obama, Carnegie, Tides, etc.) have their assets seized and their leaders are criminally prosecuted.

    A special prosecutor is assigned to prosecute seditious judges at all levels.

    Social media companies that use the internet – and other media companies that use the public airwaves – are investigated for seditious and treasonous activity and prosecuted. Social media giants such as Twitter and Facebook lose their liability protection and are treated as publishers.

    Bill Gates, Anthony Fauci, Deborah Birx, Robert Redfield, Alex Azar, Francis Collins, and the other officials who have lied to the American people about Covid-19 (and in the case of Fauci, probably helped to create the virus if it actually exists) are criminally prosecuted, as are the pharmaceutical companies they served.

    The above is just a start.

  115. @Harold Smith

    Take your meds and go to sleep, Harold.

    You’ll probably want to do the same tomorrow night, retard…lol

    • Replies: @Harold Smith
  116. @GeneralRipper

    That’s certainly a big ol’ blizzard of bullshit, from Childe Harold…lol

    Or at least, that’s how it would appear to a mentally and morally defective fool like you, GeneralRetard.

    Get ready to piss yourself in the fetal position AGAIN, Harold. The Red Tsunami is coming, cuntlips!

    Sorry but I only accept advice from other humans, which leaves you out. BTW does your boyfriend know you share your pillow talk with the Unz readership?

    Hillary Clinton still soils her panties when that treasonous twat remembers it.

    And that gets you all excited?

  117. jsinton says:

    The outcome of this election is of biblical importance. Archbishop Vigano says Trump is the “garrison against world dictatorship”. That “the fate of the whole world is threatened by a global conspiracy against God and humanity”. Archbishop Vigano has been at odds with the Pope over His Holiness’s covering up the pedophile priest scandal and the pro homosexuality statements. His letter to Trump:

    “DONALD J. TRUMP

    Sunday, October 25, 2020

    Solemnity of Christ the King

    [MORE]

    Mr. President,

    Allow me to address you at this hour in which the fate of the whole world is being threatened by a global conspiracy against God and humanity. I write to you as an Archbishop, as a Successor of the Apostles, as the former Apostolic Nuncio to the United States of America. I am writing to you in the midst of the silence of both civil and religious authorities. May you accept these words of mine as the “voice of one crying out in the desert” (Jn 1:23).

    As I said when I wrote my letter to you in June, this historical moment sees the forces of Evil aligned in a battle without quarter against the forces of Good; forces of Evil that appear powerful and organized as they oppose the children of Light, who are disoriented and disorganized, abandoned by their temporal and spiritual leaders.

    Daily we sense the attacks multiplying of those who want to destroy the very basis of society: the natural family, respect for human life, love of country, freedom of education and business. We see heads of nations and religious leaders pandering to this suicide of Western culture and its Christian soul, while the fundamental rights of citizens and believers are denied in the name of a health emergency that is revealing itself more and more fully as instrumental to the establishment of an inhuman faceless tyranny.

    A global plan called the Great Reset is underway. Its architect is a global élite that wants to subdue all of humanity, imposing coercive measures with which to drastically limit individual freedoms and those of entire populations. In several nations this plan has already been approved and financed; in others it is still in an early stage. Behind the world leaders who are the accomplices and executors of this infernal project, there are unscrupulous characters who finance the World Economic Forum and Event 201, promoting their agenda.

    The purpose of the Great Reset is the imposition of a health dictatorship aiming at the imposition of liberticidal measures, hidden behind tempting promises of ensuring a universal income and cancelling individual debt. The price of these concessions from the International Monetary Fund will be the renunciation of private property and adherence to a program of vaccination against Covid-19 and Covid-21 promoted by Bill Gates with the collaboration of the main pharmaceutical groups. Beyond the enormous economic interests that motivate the promoters of the Great Reset, the imposition of the vaccination will be accompanied by the requirement of a health passport and a digital ID, with the consequent contact tracing of the population of the entire world. Those who do not accept these measures will be confined in detention camps or placed under house arrest, and all their assets will be confiscated.

    Mr. President, I imagine that you are already aware that in some countries the Great Reset will be activated between the end of this year and the first trimester of 2021. For this purpose, further lockdowns are planned, which will be officially justified by a supposed second and third wave of the pandemic. You are well aware of the means that have been deployed to sow panic and legitimize draconian limitations on individual liberties, artfully provoking a world-wide economic crisis. In the intentions of its architects, this crisis will serve to make the recourse of nations to the Great Reset irreversible, thereby giving the final blow to a world whose existence and very memory they want to completely cancel. But this world, Mr. President, includes people, affections, institutions, faith, culture, traditions, and ideals: people and values that do not act like automatons, who do not obey like machines, because they are endowed with a soul and a heart, because they are tied together by a spiritual bond that draws its strength from above, from that God that our adversaries want to challenge, just as Lucifer did at the beginning of time with his “non serviam.”

    Many people – as we well know – are annoyed by this reference to the clash between Good and Evil and the use of “apocalyptic” overtones, which according to them exasperates spirits and sharpens divisions. It is not surprising that the enemy is angered at being discovered just when he believes he has reached the citadel he seeks to conquer undisturbed. What is surprising, however, is that there is no one to sound the alarm. The reaction of the deep state to those who denounce its plan is broken and incoherent, but understandable. Just when the complicity of the mainstream media had succeeded in making the transition to the New World Order almost painless and unnoticed, all sorts of deceptions, scandals and crimes are coming to light.

    Until a few months ago, it was easy to smear as “conspiracy theorists” those who denounced these terrible plans, which we now see being carried out down to the smallest detail. No one, up until last February, would ever have thought that, in all of our cities, citizens would be arrested simply for wanting to walk down the street, to breathe, to want to keep their business open, to want to go to church on Sunday. Yet now it is happening all over the world, even in picture-postcard Italy that many Americans consider to be a small enchanted country, with its ancient monuments, its churches, its charming cities, its characteristic villages. And while the politicians are barricaded inside their palaces promulgating decrees like Persian satraps, businesses are failing, shops are closing, and people are prevented from living, traveling, working, and praying. The disastrous psychological consequences of this operation are already being seen, beginning with the suicides of desperate entrepreneurs and of our children, segregated from friends and classmates, told to follow their classes while sitting at home alone in front of a computer.

    In Sacred Scripture, Saint Paul speaks to us of “the one who opposes” the manifestation of the mystery of iniquity, the kathèkon (2 Thess 2:6-7). In the religious sphere, this obstacle to evil is the Church, and in particular the papacy; in the political sphere, it is those who impede the establishment of the New World Order.

    As is now clear, the one who occupies the Chair of Peter has betrayed his role from the very beginning in order to defend and promote the globalist ideology, supporting the agenda of the deep church, who chose him from its ranks.

    Mr. President, you have clearly stated that you want to defend the nation – One Nation under God, fundamental liberties, and non-negotiable values that are denied and fought against today. It is you, dear President, who are “the one who opposes” the deep state, the final assault of the children of darkness.

    For this reason, it is necessary that all people of good will be persuaded of the epochal importance of the imminent election: not so much for the sake of this or that political program, but because of the general inspiration of your action that best embodies – in this particular historical context – that world, our world, which they want to cancel by means of the lockdown. Your adversary is also our adversary: it is the Enemy of the human race, He who is “a murderer from the beginning” (Jn 8:44).

    Around you are gathered with faith and courage those who consider you the final garrison against the world dictatorship. The alternative is to vote for a person who is manipulated by the deep state, gravely compromised by scandals and corruption, who will do to the United States what Jorge Mario Bergoglio is doing to the Church, Prime Minister Conte to Italy, President Macron to France, Prime Minster Sanchez to Spain, and so on. The blackmailable nature of Joe Biden – just like that of the prelates of the Vatican’s “magic circle” – will expose him to be used unscrupulously, allowing illegitimate powers to interfere in both domestic politics as well as international balances. It is obvious that those who manipulate him already have someone worse than him ready, with whom they will replace him as soon as the opportunity arises.

    And yet, in the midst of this bleak picture, this apparently unstoppable advance of the “Invisible Enemy,” an element of hope emerges. The adversary does not know how to love, and it does not understand that it is not enough to assure a universal income or to cancel mortgages in order to subjugate the masses and convince them to be branded like cattle. This people, which for too long has endured the abuses of a hateful and tyrannical power, is rediscovering that it has a soul; it is understanding that it is not willing to exchange its freedom for the homogenization and cancellation of its identity; it is beginning to understand the value of familial and social ties, of the bonds of faith and culture that unite honest people. This Great Reset is destined to fail because those who planned it do not understand that there are still people ready to take to the streets to defend their rights, to protect their loved ones, to give a future to their children and grandchildren. The leveling inhumanity of the globalist project will shatter miserably in the face of the firm and courageous opposition of the children of Light. The enemy has Satan on its side, He who only knows how to hate. But on our side, we have the Lord Almighty, the God of armies arrayed for battle, and the Most Holy Virgin, who will crush the head of the ancient Serpent. “If God is for us, who can be against us?” (Rom 8:31).

    Mr. President, you are well aware that, in this crucial hour, the United States of America is considered the defending wall against which the war declared by the advocates of globalism has been unleashed. Place your trust in the Lord, strengthened by the words of the Apostle Paul: “I can do all things in Him who strengthens me” (Phil 4:13). To be an instrument of Divine Providence is a great responsibility, for which you will certainly receive all the graces of state that you need, since they are being fervently implored for you by the many people who support you with their prayers.

    With this heavenly hope and the assurance of my prayer for you, for the First Lady, and for your collaborators, with all my heart I send you my blessing.

    God bless the United States of America!

    + Carlo Maria Viganò

    Tit. Archbishop of Ulpiana

    Former Apostolic Nuncio to the United States of America”

    • Replies: @James O'Meara
  118. @RoatanBill

    Yeah well this isnt the 1970’s and Russia and China are modern countries whose projection of power, especially together, is much more pronounced as well. If Iran, Syria, China, Russia, and NK ever alogned themselves against the west it would be WWIII or the US would lose badly!! As divided as this country is not even a WW would wake us up. Civil war will never happen. Most of the right/working class has kids, family, jobs etc. In other words too much to die for. Gone are the days where men went off to war and women could be counted on to raise the children and run the farm. Much of the decay the author talks about can be definitively placed at the feet of white women, mostly educated suburban white women who think a pencil skirt and happy hour and an MBA are the ticket to happiness. Those dumb broads will be some of the biggest victims in a great reset or civil war. Rightfully so!

    • Replies: @Rosie
    , @Alden
  119. @Harold Smith

    All humanoids are acting for their own benefit. It is pretty natural thing
    Individual humanoids have a different level of scruples.

    • Replies: @Harold Smith
  120. @Harold Smith

    Libertarianism is about demonizing government and exonerating its moneyed controllers. You’re not going to convince its proponents of anything else. They are utterly brainwashed.

  121. @AnonStarter

    You should try to produce more difficult problems.
    Oswald………..Jewish
    Jack Rubinstein………Jewish
    Proof is in the pudding like some may say.
    What JFK did to piss off Joos is anybody’s guess.
    You can try your own guess!

    • Replies: @jsinton
    , @AnonStarter
  122. Art says:
    @Francis Miville

    JFK was not a good guy and was part of the plan. …. yada …. yada …. yada

    TROLL!

  123. @Zarathustra

    All humanoids are acting for their own benefit.

    I don’t see how setting the world up for a life-as-we-know-it-ending nuclear war benefits any humanoids. What were seeing are the acts of demon-possessed madmen, not rational human beings.

    It is pretty natural thing Individual humanoids have a different level of scruples.

    Well yes but here’s the thing: when the general “level of scruples” gets sufficiently poor, as in the contemporary U.S., self-destruction is the ineluctable result.

  124. @Priss Factor

    Journalists are no more free to report actual facts than professors are free to teach them. If they don’t get fired outright, then they are thrown to the wolves while the administrators look the other way. In both professions, facts are no longer taught but deliberately obscured.

  125. Vakr says:
    @Exalted Cyclops

    Because of (((Christianity.))) For 2,000 years there is not one story (((they’ve))) told that the goyim have not believed.

  126. @GeneralRipper

    Well thanks for taking time away from – trying to sate your many perversions – to provide some comic relief here for the Unz readership, but now that your child-like repertoire is exhausted and your boyfriend is probably starting to lose his patience waiting for you, you’d better run along now and get back to it.

    • Replies: @GeneralRipper
  127. jsinton says:
    @Zarathustra

    What JFK did to piss off Joos is anybody’s guess.

    There is a theory that JFK was assassinated because he was steadfast against the Zionist bomb.

    • Thanks: Zarathustra
  128. MOG says:

    There are at least 26 (and counting) partially burned-out, vandalized, terrorized cities in America which are highly unlikely to be still pro-Dem. The Dems did this to themselves by standing down the police in the face of violent riots, publicly “taking a knee” to the vandals/arsonists and donating money to NGOs that routinely bail out these thugs as quickly as the police can arrest them. America is sick, sick, sick and tired of these attrocities and they know who has been funding and enabling them. They are also sick and tired of Democrat mayors and governors assuming the role of tinpot dictators and ordering business lockdowns, house arrest, mandatory masks/social distancing. And just wait to see what happens when these lamebrains try to force mandatory messenger-RNA based vaccines on everyone. I expect a GOP landslide and the subsequent collapse of the Democratic Party. They have no one to blame but themselves.

  129. @Harold Smith

    U Mad, Harold?

    LOL

    Here’s Tucker telling it like it is. As only he can.

    Be a good boy and get your rest. You’re gonna be all worked up tomorrow night.

    • Thanks: RVBlake
  130. Rosie says:
    @ConqueringFools

    Gone are the days where men went off to war and women could be counted on to raise the children and run the farm. Much of the decay the author talks about can be definitively placed at the feet of white women, mostly educated suburban white women who think a pencil skirt and happy hour and an MBA are the ticket to happiness.

    Absolute hogwash. This modern career woman narrative needs to die already. The vast majority of working women are in traditional occupations doing the same things women have always done. Moreover, fertility has held up best among the most highly educated women, with the steepest declines being among less educated women. Women with a college degree are far more likely to get married and remain so.

    Those dumb broads will be some of the biggest victims in a great reset or civil war. Rightfully so!

    You manosphere creeps are some of the most vicious, hateful people I have ever encountered. You put even the most radical feminists to shame for ill-will and spite. In any event, I suppose you’re entitled to your irrational hatred, but I do wonder why you can’t get your story straight. I thought warfare was a veritable hypergamist’s paradise, where women get to sit back and let men fight it out so we can mate with the victors. Now, you just can’t wait to watch us suffer our well-deserved fate for ruining civilization or something.

    • Agree: Alden
    • Replies: @Rosie
  131. Rosie says:
    @Rosie

    To be sure: There are a lot of different ways of measuring fertility rates. I’m using completed fertility—the number of children even born to women who reach the age at which childbearing becomes rare (the census defined this as ages 35 to 44 until 2002, and ages 40 to44 since). And this shows women with less education having more children. However, in any given year, women with higher education are more likely to have a child. That’s because people spend fewer years with advanced degrees; that is, women who end up with advanced degrees spend years without them first, usually not having children while they advance their educations and careers. So in 2011, women with MA degrees or higher were just 9 percent of women in the childbearing ages, but they had 11 percent of the babies.

    https://www.theatlantic.com/sexes/archive/2013/02/lets-not-panic-over-women-with-more-education-having-fewer-kids/273070/

    • Replies: @Alden
  132. @jsinton

    “Archbishop Vigano has been at odds with the Pope over His Holiness’s covering up the pedophile priest scandal”

    As always, THEY always accuse YOU of what THEY are doing. Pedophile priests have been running the Vatican for centuries. Francis is the first pope to try and clean house. The response among the pedophiles is to accuse HIM. Thus:

    ” and the pro homosexuality statements”

    Trad Caths are so stupid. The “hard line” against homosexuality was pushed by pedophiles to provide themselves with cover. “How could we be pedophiles, we hate those nasty homos!” (American example: Roy Cohn, Hoover). The LIBERALS are the ones fighting the pedophiles by trying to bring the Church out of the Middle Ages. (Sodomy was defined by Peter Damien in the 9th century as “a sin peculiar to the clergy”).

    The leader of the anti-Francis clique is a drag queen.

    He was collaborating with Steve Bannon to found a “gladiator school” (So, Billy, do you like movies about gladiators?) in Rome to promote the alt-right, until Bannon announced he was producing a movie about Vatican pederasty.

    https://counter-currents.com/2020/06/papa-francesco-vs-steve-bannon/

    America was founded by clean, healthy Protestants and we want none of your Catholic lace and perfume.

  133. Alden says:
    @Begemot

    When he joined the National Guard like every one else his IQ was tested. Came out 125, just 5 points below gifted. His opponent Kerry’s army IQ test was 120.

    A liberal arts degree needs only about 9th grade reading and writing level. But an MBA which Bush has is lots of math and graphs requiring higher intelligence

    At any rate, military tested IQ of 125 is very very bright only 5 points below gifted and somewhere in the 90 plus percentile.

    Blacks scorn IQ tests because they do so badly. Conservative Whites believe IQ matters when we look at the difference between racial outcomes of different demographics in academics

    If you don’t like Trump and Bush, that’s your opinion.

    But don’t scorn grads of high level private high schools as mental midgets I think Bush went to Andover. A top level private high school is more difficult than any university.

    Then Yale and Harvard when Yale and Harvard were under strict affirmative action admissions requirements . Plus Bush isn’t Jewish. At a time when Jewish affirmative action enforcers we’re denying admission to any and all goyim

    So he had 2 out of 3 points against him applying to Yale and Harvard. And his alleged haute wasp background didn’t help by then. The Jews were in the process of driving out the elite wasps from the elite colleges.

    What’s your IQ and what mediocre public high school did you go to?

    His Prescott ancestors surveyed designed and financed the first American railroad, Baltimore and Ohio 1830s and American Express and Kemper Insurance What were your ancestors doing in 1820s 30s?

    • Replies: @Hootsman
  134. @Kevin Barrett

    99.9 percent of the establishment is anti-Trump. The ones you mentioned are the 0.01 percent. That should not be a hard concept to understand.

  135. Alden says:
    @ConqueringFools

    Another womanless, childless loser who can’t get laid wanking away in his dingy apartment. All these childless men blaming women they don’t even know for the decline of the White race.
    Blame lies with every White male president since Eisenhower Blame lies with White male Supreme Court decisions, Brown, Griggs and Kaiser.

    Another ignoramus White woman hater who can’t get laid

    • Replies: @RVBlake
  136. Alden says:
    @Rosie

    That cite is from The Atlantic.

    Like the NYSLIMES Seattle Times La Times Red Star Tribune, Washington Post PBS NPR CNN and the rest of the liars, I don’t believe a word from The Atlantic

  137. “…history suggests that it matters less and less who gets elected president. Each succeeding election becomes the new “least consequential election in US history,” and the 2020 election appears to be no exception.”

    So true, just like every dollar of debt creates negative growth. There is no way out by abiding to the status quo, and Trump is no great leader with a vision of how to make America great again as he spirals the debt up faster than any President before him. It took from 1789 to 1982ish to pile on the first trillion of debt, now they do it in a month. Trump is wrecking Amerika with debt just like all the Presidents since Woodrow Wilson instituted the Federal Reserve.

    Amerika and her demonic Jewish empire are in epic decline and the nation is now in a permanent death spiral from 9-11 to the covids hoax, choosing which Zionist stooge to represent us hardly matters in the big picture, the nation is going to auger in regardless of which blackmailed slavish Jew whore pedophile is selected. We all know it’s rigged, staged drama, emotionally jerking of the population which believes their guy matters. It’s all make believe just like the “money” we use.

    This four year ritual of pretending we actually control the election is the theater of the absurd. If the masters of the universe can get the whole world to wear a face diaper then I certainly would argue that the election process is staged theater, a hoax to make us believe we are participating. No we are not, it is all rigged by the oligarch owners.

    The owners also got most of the world to believe in global warming while we are stuck in a many million year ice age. I like to point out we are still in an ice age, we never left, and a trace gas has no control over the thermodynamics of earth or the planet heat equation. But they did get most everyone to believe in snow as a thing of the past while Democratic climate dupe Amy Klobutcher announced her bid for the Presidency in a frickin’ snowstorm.

    You all know about that F-15 audio overlay called Bitching Betty that when the pilot gets into a dangerous dive the computer tells the pilot in a female voice that says, “pull up, pull up” and then when ground impact in unavoidable it says to punch out. Well, if you live in the United States you might want to think of punching out while the gettin’ is good. There is no saving Amerika, the smart strategy is thinking and doing something about survival like moving to a better or more free place like Jeff Berwick advises, or going to North Idaho like Brother Nathaneal Kapner, or building a stocked bunker.

  138. Alden says:
    @RoatanBill

    Did the check go through or bounce?

  139. Wielgus says:
    @dimples

    Lewinski was also the original name of German Field Marshal Manstein. He had Kashubian ancestry and wanted to fend off rumours of connections to Jews, so he changed his name.

  140. Richard B says:
    @RoatanBill

    They think they have the right to boss people around

    That’s true. But it’s not limited to politicians, or the criminals who employ them. It’s everywhere, starting in the family, which is the matrix of both character and society.

    And yet, how many people who make comments like yours ever talk about the family and its impact on society and that impact on the culture at large?

    There was some talk about it in the 80’s and 90’s. But the Right attacked it as “excuse making” while prating endlessly about “Family Values”, and the Left adopted it but, typical with every great idea of the West they get their dirty ideological paws on, they poisoned it through a creepy mixture of cynical opportunism and sentimental hogwash. And that was that. No more talk about the family.

    If black lives really mattered BLM would talk about black families. But, not only can’t they talk about the black family, they react to it the way Dracula reacts to the light of day. Why? Exactly because it would insantly reduce their entire BS narrative to rubble. But the same is true of the Right.

    In fact, the USA, and not just the USA, has never really taken the family seriously. Obviously. Just look around. This is worth considering. Because the family is the most basic bio-social unit since the Paleolithic Age. And, since it’s small, it’s more manageable. So, if we can’t get the family right, how are we going to reform society through something as abstract and complex as race? We’ll probably never know, since the subject isn’t ever discussed. It’s avoided.

    And speaking of child abuse, that’s one of the not surprisingly neglected aspects of the JFK assassination I’ve been talking about for decades. That, in service to The Dark Triad that The Hostile Elite lives out of, they chose to blow his head off in the middle of the day in front of a bunch of smiling, unsuspecting children and their stunned parents.

    You want to make America great again? Start with the family.

  141. Anon[264] • Disclaimer says:
    @Bardon Kaldian

    Adelson supports Trump, but does not control him, nor do any billionaires or oligarchs, if you wish. This is a simplistic conspiracy type of thinking.

    As if you were in a position to know, as if your pronouncements alone defined reality – you are a fine example of the dangers of magical thinking in an 8 year old, much less an adult.

  142. Richard B says:

    Pro-Trump pundits offer a mirror-image vision of “why the world will end if our candidate loses.” They imagine that if Biden wins, George Soros and his legion of Antifa terrorists will take over America, burning and looting whatever is left in the stores after the next COVID lockdown. Law-abiding citizens’ guns will be confiscated. America’s borders will be flooded by (nonwhite) immigrants, crime will rage out of control, police will call in sick, the internet will be purged of conservative voices, and brain-dead Biden will quickly be replaced by a vicious prosecutor named Commissar Kamala who will become America’s first ethnically-ambiguous female dictator.

    Of course, all of this has either already happened, or a promise has been made that it will happen. In his anxiety to make one side as bad as the other Kevin rarely thinks very carefully. This entire article, poorly reasoned and poorly written, is yet another example.

  143. No. It doesn’t matter.

    Yet, ironically, you don’t feel that way and are instead obsessed with it. You don’t see that, do you, Kevin?

    There is little more chaos than in 2016 or 2012. You are the chaos.

  144. @AnonStarter

    Sorry no! That is only crap!
    President Kennedy was such a favorite of the people that he had practically DICTATORIAL POWER.
    Joos have mortal fright of Dictatorial power. That is why Joos did kill him as preventive measure.

    • Disagree: AnonStarter
  145. RVBlake says:
    @Alden

    Fully agree. Let’s take a step further backward and include Truman.

  146. The core issue of the day is whether we want to live in a rights-respecting constitutional republic or a totalitarian state, of varying flavors.

    Trump is a strong pushback on the folks who prefer the latter. As to the rest, that is up to us to change.

  147. vot tak says:

    Found this an excellent commentary till I got to this section:

    “The Real Issue: Polarization-Induced Civil Strife”

    My opinion is Barrett is overstating the threat. I don’t see people that much agitated about it where I live. This is rural central virginia. Most the signs I see here are pro rep, but there are a lot of pro dem ones too. These are often alternate as one passes different farms (I’ve noticed in se rural virginia, the opposite, btw). The only real example of the sort of fanaticism that could possibly lead to partisan violence among those I know here was from a very old guy who was so fanatically devoted to the american far right pathology he even views family members who are less fanatical as “the enemy”. In other words, not a very mentally stable individual.

    Other people go on about their lives, interacting as normal. They have their politics, but are not threatening violence over their neighbors. I really do not see the hype generated in the media and on the web about “the coming civil war” at a local level here. In fact I see zero real evidence for it. People really get along quite well and are as american apolitical as usual here.

    All this civil war hype in my opinion is zionazi-gay psywar. The things want people divided about issues THAT WILL NOT THREATEN THE POWER of those running israel’s american colony. This continual promotion of racial division in pindoland is part apart of part of their warped mentality, but it is also a strategy to preserve the class status quo of those being exploited by setting them upon their fellows. The old story in the capitalist, IE, oligarchal west.

    One final thought. Why would zionazi-gay/israel want to destroy the powerhouse they set out to dominate in order to further their own “greater israel” intetests (actually a monopolar oligarchy based in israel)? Replace it with their eu quislings? Even less organised and relevant. Very doubtful.

    The zionazi-nazi-gay freakshow (politely: zionist power configuration/new world order) needs pindoland to enforce their diktats. Without it they are toast, the eu bendovers are no compensation. Why would they destroy the power base their own power base is dependent upon. If america goes down, zionazi-gay power soon follows.

  148. Hootsman says:
    @Alden

    120 & 125 are both pathetic scores considering their respective positions in your country. They wouldn’t be out of place in middle management.

  149. Vojkan says:

    Why would zionazi-gay/israel want to destroy the powerhouse they set out to dominate in order to further their own “greater israel” interests […]?

    As in the fable of the scorpion and the frog, because it’s in their nature.

    • Replies: @vot tak
  150. vot tak says:

    Paul Street makes some predictions about trump’s post election moves. It will be interesting to see how these predictions compare later with what actually happened.

    Trump may well grab the power however the election goes – and the establishment Democrats don’t have the will to stop him

    https://www.rt.com/op-ed/505306-trump-grab-power-democrats/

    His prediction that trump would use the trump stacked supreme court to remain in power has already come to pass:

    US Election Live Updates:

    https://sputniknews.com/us/202011031080962790-live-updates-us-holds-2020-presidential-election/

    “07:40
    Trump Says Will Be Going to US Supreme Court, Wants Voting to Stop

    US President Donald Trump said that he will ask the Supreme Court to ensure the integrity of the election and prevent any ballots from coming after polling stations are closed.

    He accused his opponents of plotting “a major fraud on our nation.”

    “We will be going to US Supreme Court. We want all voting to stop. We don’t want them to find any ballots at 4 o’clock in the morning and add them to the list,” Trump said during his first public appearance after the election.”

  151. vot tak says:
    @Vojkan

    That scorpion and frog fable has always struck me as an intellectual cop out.

    • Replies: @Harold Smith
  152. @vot tak

    That scorpion and frog fable has always struck me as an intellectual cop out.

    But it’s not; it’s a restatement of the spiritual axiom that evil destroys itself.

    • Replies: @Vojkan
  153. vot tak says:

    Scorpions are not evil, fool, they are a bug. Btw, have you ever encountered scorpions? Rightwinger human resembling critters are essentially bugs, as well, especially the neocon/zionazi sort. Evil is relative, but bugs are bugs.

    As for evil destroying itself, sure. Another intellectual cop out.

    • Replies: @Vojkan
    , @Sparkon
    , @Harold Smith
  154. Vojkan says:
    @Harold Smith

    In fact, I mentioned the fable of the scorpion and the frog because I believe it is amoral. To make a moral statement, I would have opted for Aesop’s Farmer and the Viper. Though I understand why the scorpion may appear as wicked, from my Slavic Orthodox point of view, by definition, evil must be a conscious choice. The scorpion’s eventually suicidal act isn’t that, it is the product of nature and nature isn’t good or evil, it is simply nature.
    If there is anything to judge, it is the foolishness of the frog thinking that it is possible to disregard nature.

    • Replies: @Harold Smith
  155. Vojkan says:
    @vot tak

    Evil actually is eventually self-destructive. Not per conscious choice but per logical consequence.

  156. @RoatanBill

    Agree with you – except the martial law part. I think there would be pitched militia battles first. If Trump wins I think The soldiers would end up dancing in the streets with the combatants – as we saw police doing in the summer with protesters. If Biden wins they would just send counselors into the streets to “connect with the grievances” of the disgruntled to “form a way forward of inclusiveness”… The one unting factor is overseas interventions. Are the US soldiers still guarding the oil in Syria? If so then if Biden gets in they willl have the same job – but they will just claim it is a humanitarian mission.

  157. Anti-Semetic trope laden piece of shit with all kinds of conspiracy laden bullshit

  158. Another internet foul piece of anti Semitic trope lade piece of shit filled with tired and old conspiracy crap.

    Crawl back under your rock

    • Replies: @Hans Scott
  159. 76239 says:

    “Meanwhile religious and family values are eroding, in part due to an all-out ideological assault by a media and academy dominated by secular-progressive, disproportionately Jewish elites.”

    No one outside of yourself can erode your “religious and family values.”

    Throw the tv, digital screen, and the diabolical school system away. Children need attachment to their parents in their youth otherwise they will grow up to be peer driven who never think for themselves nor get their needs for attachment fulfilled.

    This is not the fault of secular-progressive, disproportionately Jewish elites. Its the fault of the parents.

  160. Well Kevin i think your spot on, on many things. However, I think you are short selling Trump’s accomplishments. Unemployment rose across racial lines. That’s 1, his economy was rocking. That’s 2. Getting out of NAFTA. That’s 3. Not embroiling us further in the mideast. That’s a good.#4.
    All the hate heeped on him the past 4 years has to count for something. He’s doing something right. What is it? When he spoke at the UN he specifically said, he’s America first and the Globalists will lose. Maybe that’s a reason. And the price of ADRENACHROME has skyrocketsed, another reason, and he is an anti -pedo guy. Another reason. Lastly, he’s not a politician. Not in the club.

  161. This nation has to somehow negate the powerful Jewish lobbies. It has been their goal, and remember they think in centuries, since before 1913 to cause America to fail. They outright hate Christian whites and if given a chance will murder millions of us, just as they did in the USSR. And Ukraine. If anyone thinks they won’t then you can go ignorantly, buddy buddy with your zionist friends until the day comes when they drag you sreaming into the Gulag. Or just put a bullet in the back of your head.

  162. vot tak says:

    Vogkan

    “Evil actually is eventually self-destructive. Not per conscious choice but per logical consequence.”

    Evil is a concept used by a simple mind to substitute for rational analyais.

    • Replies: @Harold Smith
  163. Sparkon says:
    @vot tak

    Sorry, but scorpions are not bugs nor even insects, but in fact scorpions are arachnids.

    Like spiders and mites, scorpions have 8 legs, or appendages, while bugs and all other insects have six.

    Anyway, I agree that evil hardly ever destroys itself, if it does so at all.

    When’s the last time the 7 deadly sins showed any sign of regression let alone self-destruction?

    Pride, envy, greed, wrath, lust, gluttony, and sloth
    are all doing splendidly, although people tend to call pride narcissism these days, similar to the way people want to call appearances optics.

    Reinventing words is just as bad as reinventing the wheel provided that clarity is the goal, rather than confusion.

    Meanwhile, murder, rape, theft, extortion, blackmail, exploitation of children, and other heinous crimes continue as always, with no sign of these evil acts ever abating.

    If there is any creature on this planet capable of self-destruction it is H. sapiens, and we really don’t need any allegories to understand that.

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  164. @AnonStarter

    They did not murder JFK. They ritually sacrificed JFK so as for the supposed content of his policy, especially the concept of New Frontier and humanitarian war, to be immortalized as a permanent and inescapable feature of American policy to come. He is also known to have been the initiator of the Apollo project of putting a man on the moon and safely returning him onto Earth, which he damn admitted in private was (and still is) impossible. He had to be sacrificed for any suspicion towards the Apollo project being protected by the sanctity of his perfect political persona : from 1969 onwards the American people lost grip onto their material reality and could be fed with virtual products only from then on. In other words he wasn’t killed because he disobeyed but because he obeyed all too well and would be more precious as a dead saint rather than as the real children and women abusing scoundrel he was. That kind of sacrifice is called apotheosis in masonic language. When you serve a progressive cause you are at great risk of being sacrificed however sincere your devotion and the misdeeds you commit to serve your masters.

    MLK, a beast, was sacrificed ritually and transfigured as a saint by the very same authorities for the very same reason : immortalizing affirmative action over talent.

  165. The military, if Biden in a dementia fog declares victory, should with utmost haste dispatch Biden back to his basement.

  166. @vot tak

    Scorpions are not evil, fool, they are a bug.

    Yo shit for brains, in the subject “fable” Pierce was making an analogy in an effort to answer a question that was posed to him, which was something like: “Why would ‘the jews’ (the jewish collective) destroy America when they are generally at the top of this society?”

    Your inability to grasp the simple, obvious meaning of the fable and its clear relevance to what’s happening in the world, reflects poorly on you, not on me, idiot.

    In the story, Pierce made the point that all creatures do what it is in their nature to do, and the scorpion – whose nature is to sting (according to Pierce) – could therefore not help but to sting the frog, even though it meant that the scorpion would subsequently die (by drowning) along with its victim, the frog.

    And the scorpion in the story is of course symbolic of “the jews” which cannot help but destroy, because that is the nature of “the jews,” whereas the frog in the story is symbolic of America, the victim.

    So in answering the question, Pierce concluded that “jews do what they do (destroy) because they’re jews” and destruction is their nature.

    IIRC Pierce did not explicitly mention “evil” but that is the clear implication. With equal validity (and greater epistemic value), Pierce could’ve alternatively said “jews do what they do because they’re evil.”

    IOW the jewish collective is satanic, and satanists seek to rise to the top of the world not by their own merits, but by “giving worth to evil” i.e. “worshiping satan” i.e. bringing everything and everyone else down i.e. destroying. But since they’re actually parasites that depend on everything and everyone else (like the scorpion was depending on the frog in the fable), in so doing they ultimately destroy themselves also.

    That evil generally (eventually) destroys itself is a spiritual axiom, the evidence of which is all around us; e.g. empires collapse because they’re evil, i.e. run by evil people, and the evil USraeli empire is in the process of collapse right now as anyone paying attention can see.

  167. @vot tak

    Evil is a concept used by a simple mind to substitute for rational analyais.

    Okay genius, let’s hear your “rational analysis” of Jeffrey Dahmer for example.

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  168. @Vojkan

    In fact, I mentioned the fable of the scorpion and the frog because I believe it is amoral.

    As I see it, it’s amoral in the sense that a scorpion presumably doesn’t know right from wrong, and therefore cannot technically do “evil” but in the sense that Pierce used it, the scorpion was symbolic of a collective of sentient beings which presumably do know right from wrong, but do evil (destroy) anyway because it is their nature to do so.

    Pierce was probably thinking of the statement by Maurice Samuel:

    “We Jews, we, the destroyers, will remain the destroyers forever. NOTHING that you will do will meet our needs and demands. We will forever destroy, because we need a world of our own, a God-world, which it is not in your nature to build.” (Samuel, Maurice. “You Gentiles.” New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, Inc., 1924, p.155. Print).

    (I should know better by now than to bring up the subject of “evil” here, as it always leads to these kinds of arguments. So that’s my fault.)

  169. vot tak says:
    @Sparkon

    “Like spiders and mites, scorpions have 8 legs, or appendages, while bugs and all other insects have six.”

    You take my use of the term “bug” a bit too literal. I often use it describe 2 legged critters, as well. Such as neocons. 😀

    Agree with the rest of your comment.

  170. vot tak says:
    @Harold Smith

    He’s a rightwinger who took rightwingery to its [il]logical ultimate expression. He’s also a bug. ;-D

  171. BuelahMan says:

    insha’Allah

    No, he couldn’t use English. He had to use the rag talk. Why? Because he thinks his head will be cut off for not doing so? Because he is trying to impress readers?

    I read that far and thought to myself that the rest could be as much bullshit as that one term, so I stopped.

  172. Prior to this election, I had always made an attempt to vote. I had made a point of attacking voters- who were uninformed and trudged to the polls I suppose bcuz of peer pressure- by telling them if you aren’t informed we are all better off if you simply do not cast a ballot.

    I will never vote again. I cannot vote for the lesser of two evils bcuz I am still voting for evil. I am legitimizing a process whereby I am given a GOP sociopath and a democratic criminal just a few breaths away from becoming a corpse. I am in effect voting for Kamala Harris, a communist gun grabber and semen catcher for Willie Brown.

    I just can’t do it. I am informed. That’s why. Voting is for suckers.

  173. Hey Kevin, is Duff shilling hard for Burisma Beijing Biden? I can’t bear to look.

  174. @Therealdeal

    Uh-huh…thanks, you just proved it’s all true.

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