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Here are a few takeaways from the Democratic Convention:

  1. The Democrats are running on the same platform they ran on in 2016.
  2. The Democrats put style above substance, flashy optics above ideas or issues.
  3. The Democrats think that hollow tributes to “diversity” and “inclusion” will win the election.
  4. The Democrats have abandoned white, working class voters opting instead for people of color.
  5. The Democrats have learned nothing from Hillary Clinton’s defeat in 2016.

In 2016, Democrat front-runner, Hillary Clinton lost the election because she failed to see her support was eroding in the key Rust Belt states of Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin. Trump won all three states with a measly 77, 651 votes total. All three states were expected to go Democrat but flipped to the GOP due to Clinton’s support for free trade and immigration policies that cost jobs and imposed unwelcome demographic changes on the working people of those states. The Democrats and Hillary have never accepted the factual version of how the election was lost. Instead, they fabricated a conspiracy theory about Trump colluding with Russia. Although the Mueller Report proved that the claims of meddling were baseless, Clinton and the Dems continue to trot them out at every opportunity. On Tuesday at the convention, Hillary again reiterated the lie that Trump stole the election. She said:

“Vote like our lives and livelihoods are on the line, because they are. Remember: Joe and Kamala can win 3 million more votes and still lose. Take it from me. We need numbers so overwhelming Trump can’t sneak or steal his way to victory.”

The determination on the part of the Democrats to mischaracterize what actually happened in the election is not a trivial matter. It suggests that deception is central to their governing style. Party leaders do not think their supporters are entitled to know the truth but rather believe that events must be shaped in a way that best serves their overall political interests. For Democrats, lying is not a personal failing, but an opportunity for enhancing their grip on power. This is from an article in The Guardian:

“Donald Trump’s electoral college victory rests on the shoulders of more than 200 so-called “pivot counties” across the US. That is, counties that voted for Barack Obama only four years earlier. The most decisive of these swings occurred in Pennsylvania’s Luzerne county, nestled in the north-east part of the state…There, voters gave Trump a nearly 20-point victory after going for Obama by almost 5% in 2012. But Trump’s win in Luzerne was also noteworthy for its magnitude. His 26,000 vote plurality in Luzerne comprised almost three-fifths of his plurality in the state as a whole, and with it Pennsylvania’s 20 coveted electoral votes….” (“The Forgotten review: Ben Bradlee Jr delivers 2020 lessons for Democrats”, The Guardian)

Critical battleground states tilted in Trump’s favor because Democratic policies had decimated their communities and eviscerated their standard of living. Author Ben Bradlee Jr. explains this phenom in his book “The Forgotten” which should be required reading at the DNC. Here’s a clip from the review at the Guardian:

“The Forgotten documents the ravages of deindustrialization, lost jobs, crime and drugs. It captures the sense of displacement tied to a changing and less monochromatic America. Once upon a time, Luzerne was home to coal and textiles, dominated by Protestants from Wales and Catholics from Ireland and continental Europe. Not any more. Luzerne is poorer and smaller, for many a less recognizable place. Not surprisingly, immigration and Nafta come in for constant criticism.” (The Guardian)

This is the real reason Hillary was defeated. Russia had nothing to do with it. The Dems abandoned the white working-class people who had always voted for them and began to cobble together their Rainbow coalition. When Hillary denounced these people as “Deplorables”, it forced more of them to join Trump team. The rest is history. Here’s more from the same article:

“In the absence of a recession, however, the party stands to face the same electoral map it did in 2016. In fact, Ohio now looks an even tougher nut to crack. Much as the Democratic base loathes the president, reality cannot be wished away. Luzerne would be a good place for the party to start addressing this reality.” (The Guardian)

The point we’re trying to make is that the effectiveness of the Democrat Convention can only be measured in terms of its impact on potential voters. So, why have the Dems shrugged off any effort to reach out to the people who could help them win?

It’s not that complicated. The Dems are merely abandoning the people who, they believe, will leave anyway as their globalist economic agenda becomes more apparent putting more downward pressure on overall living standards. It’s worth noting, that when Obama left office in 2016, this process was already well-underway. According to a Gallup poll, 71 percent of the people said they were dissatisfied with the way things were going. (in Obama’s last year.) Only 27 percent said they’re satisfied. So, even though Obama’s personal approval ratings remained high, his handling of the economy was extremely unpopular. (except on Wall Street, of course.)

During this same period, the PEW Research Center conducted a survey titled: “Campaign Exposes Fissures Over Issues, Values and How Life Has Changed in the U.S” which showed why Trump was steadily gaining on Hillary. Here are a few excerpts from the report:

“Among GOP voters, fully 75% of those who support Donald Trump for the Republican presidential nomination say life for people like them has gotten worse…

“GOP voters who support Trump also stand out for their pessimism about the nation’s economy and their own financial situations: 48% rate current economic conditions in the U.S. as “poor.

“Within the GOP, anger at government is heavily concentrated among Trump supporters – 50% say they are angry at government…”

“Among Republicans, a majority of those who back Trump (61%) view the system as unfair…among Trump supporters, 67% say trade agreements are bad thing…”

“Half of Trump supporters (50%) say they are angry at the federal government…. Anger at government – and politics – is much more pronounced among Trump backers than among supporters of any other presidential candidate, Republican or Democrat…” (“Campaign Exposes Fissures Over Issues, Values and How Life Has Changed in the U.S“, PEW Research Center)

So, a higher percentage of Trump supporters think they are getting screwed-over by an unfair system. They think “free trade” only benefits the rich, they think the government is unresponsive to their needs, they think the system is rigged, and they’re really, really mad.

So, which speaker at the Democrat Convention addressed the concerns or complaints of white working-class people who now almost-universally harbor these same feelings??

No one, because no one in the Democrat party plans to do anything about these issues, in fact, just the opposite. Now that the Dems have been subsumed by Wall Street and their big globalist donors, things are going to get dramatically worse for working people who will see a vicious attack on essential social services and programs as soon as the election is over. The massive build-up of debt– by mainly Democrat Governors who deliberately drove their states into bankruptcy at the behest of Fauci’s Vaccine Gestapo– will now be met by a growing demand for austerity on a scale unlike anything we’ve experienced in the last century. The country is being prepared for an excruciating restructuring that will create a permanent underclass that will provide an endless source of sweatshop labor for the multinational carpetbaggers. Those jobs will likely go to members of the Dems rainbow coalition while white, working class people in America’s heartland –with their strong sense of patriotism– will be seen as a potential threat to the emerging new order.

It’s clear that the Dems anticipate resistance to their plan by the contemptible way they have branded struggling workers as “white nationalists” and “racists”. But is it true or are the Democrats and their deep-pocket allies preemptively denigrating these people and supporting BLM rioters to head-off growing resistance to their strategy of total control through widespread mayhem, decimation of the economy and extermination of the American middle class? Author CJ Hopkins summed it up like this in a recent article at The Unz Review:

“What we are experiencing is not the “return of fascism.” It is the global capitalist empire restoring order, putting down the populist insurgency that took them by surprise in 2016.

The White Black Nationalist Color Revolution, the fake apocalyptic plague, all the insanity of 2020 … it has been in the pipeline all along. It has been since the moment Trump won the election. No, it is not about Trump, the man. It has never been about Trump, the man…

GloboCap needs to crush Donald Trump… not because he is a threat to the empire…, but because he became a symbol of populist resistance to global capitalism and its increasingly aggressive “woke” ideology . It is this populist resistance to its ideology that GloboCap is determined to crush, no matter how much social chaos and destruction it unleashes in the process...” (“The White Black Nationalist Color Revolution”, CJ Hopkins, The Unz Review)

Bingo. It is the “populist resistance to global capitalism” that is the defacto enemy of the Party elite, the same elites who conspired with senior-level members of the Intelligence Community, the FBI, the DOJ and the Obama White House to spy on the Trump Campaign, infiltrate the presidential transition, and to try to topple the elected government. And while the coup plotters have still not been brought to justice, they are now within spitting distance of their ultimate objective, which is seizing executive power and using it to crush the fledgling opposition, impose a one-party system of government, and transform America into a corporate superstate ruled by Global Capital. Here’s a clip from an article by Gary D. Barnett at Lew Rockwell:

“By the end of this next planned phase of the ‘virus’ scare, a global reset of the world economy will be ready to launch. This reset will be mammoth in scope, as everything we have known will be restructured. … Those out of work in the final stage will most likely stay out of work, pushing the dependency state to new levels sought by the ruling class. … Controlling the population will be a key component of the plan, including population size, birth rates, movement, and personal contact among individuals. The elimination of normal human interaction is sought, and this is only the beginning…. The ultimate goal is total control, and every tool in the box of the tyrants will be used to gain that control. Restraint by the ruling class will be non-existent, as this staged reset is now going forward at a very accelerated pace.” (“The Economic Insanity of This Coronavirus Pandemic Plot and the Coming Global Reset“, Lew Rockwell)

The coup plotters have chosen the candidates they want to carry out the next phase of their operation. All they need now is to win the election.

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  1. onebornfree says: • Website

    The title of this piece is misleading- at least to me.

    I thought Whitney was going to state the obvious, that the difference between the “two” parties is largely imaginary, and that it doesn’t matter who wins, the American public is guaranteed bigger government, more laws, higher taxes, and [hard to imagine, but inevitable], even _less_ freedom.

    But no, instead, all he does here is focus on the idiots in the Democratic party, as if Trump is really going to save the US from economic destruction. Obviously, he won’t. It’s merely a case of his party’s fascism/socialism versus the Dems full on communo/fascism.

    “Under democracy one party always devotes its chief energies to trying to prove that the other party is unfit to rule — and both commonly succeed, and are right.” H.L. Mencken

    “The coup plotters have chosen the candidates they want to carry out the next phase of their operation. All they need now is to win the election.”

    Yes, but the coup was bi-partisan, and will continue regardless of whether Trump wins or not. It’s been planned for years [see the Rockefeller Foundations “Operation Lockstep”{2010} , and similar.

    “Regards” onebornfree

  2. slorter says:

    The groups that will be left with nothing will be a mixture of colors it is a class war!

  3. I am amazed that a leftist, Whitney, actually believes Trump is any different. As racist as George Wallace was back in the day, he was right about one thing…there’s not a dime’s worth of difference between a Republican and a Democrat. And that one party tyranny is the “RepubliCrats”.

    • Replies: @Thomasina
  4. anonymous[400] • Disclaimer says:

    The Dems have shifted over to being the lavishly paid servants of GloboCap and have thus become a gang of traitors to the US. This strategy of tension that’s been taking place has been well funded. Most people are confused as to what and who is behind all this; they just know they’re being squeezed out of their incomes, careers, homes, being intimidated and terrorized at all levels. Future doesn’t look bright with an oncoming new austerity to be imposed. Many millions more will become redundant, even more so than now, so things like schemes to discourage family formation and internal passports to check internal movement will probably be promoted. What’s more lots of stupid Americans will support all that, being bamboozled into thinking it would be the best way to deal with the situation.

  5. SafeNow says:

    The essay makes the important observation that no one at the convention spoke in support of skilled blue-collar jobs. Thus, their plan is to NOT bring the globalized manufacturing jobs home, and, globalize (use migrants) the non-manufacturing jobs by offering free college to all rather than a Germany-like trade-school track. After all, how hard can it possibly be to become an electrician?

    Gardeners are now usually called “landscapers.” But my real, actual, landscaper has a two-year degree in horticulture. He took courses in pesticides, soils management, and so on. When I need to save the life of an ailing tree, the landscaper knows what to do, whereas the gardener can only guess. The Democrats would speak up in favor of the migrant gardener, but not the landscaper.

    • Agree: turtle, artichoke
  6. The Democrats are different from the Republicans in a few crucial ways.

    Open Borders – They want to replace the already dwindling White populace with a permanent underclass of dependent minorities who will vote for free stuff for themselves forever.

    Cultural and Educational Capture – They want to make us hate ourselves so that we don’t object to being replaced. Racism, Sexism, Homophobia, Trans-phobia, Classism, every avenue they can attack from is being used to divide and dispirit us.

    Big Tech Excommunication – They want to cut us off from all social media so that we cannot coordinate and fight back against them. All the Big Tech executives are on their side, and co-operating in shutting up any dissent.

    Socialism/Marxism – They want to replace our Free and Open Markets with a centrally planned economy that they think will be more ‘Fair’.

    Gun Confiscation – They absolutely must disarm the civilian populace if they are to get real control of the nation.

    • Replies: @Whitewolf
    , @Vinnyvette
  7. Biff says:

    It’s clear that the Dems anticipate resistance to their plan by the contemptible way they have branded struggling workers as “white nationalists” and “racists”.

    Divide and conquer is as old as civilization itself and just as effective as the first time it was used. Some baby’s never learn.

    • Troll: Richard B
    • Replies: @Notsofast
  8. Biff says:

    Not surprisingly the whole damn essay went right over your head.

    • Agree: Bro43rd
  9. For four years Trump has proven to be quite the seat-filler. To this day he as no idea how important enacting MAGA was to get us on solid ground and prepare for the time invading and homegrown non-Whites turn the USA into Shithole Forever.

    Secession is inevitable. Hopefully not much digital ink will be wasted on Orange Weakling and the Uniparty in the History of the Free Unites States textbook.

    • Agree: Thim
  10. Absolutely totally in depth brilliant article. Exposing the true reality of what is happening.
    Everybody must read it and very slowly and carefully. To understand and register every sentence.
    Not everything is lost yet.
    It is time for true patriots of America to stand up and speak out. And point out the hypocrisy.
    (Although years ago I have noted several times that Democrats starting with Clinton have thrust the dagger into the back of working people of America. There is considerable larger support of working class by Republicans.)

    And who the hell knows. Maybe Globalist intention was to change all US population into Global police force. And they did presume that they do not need any jobs.
    But it did not work out.

    • Agree: Jus' Sayin'...
  11. Pft says:

    Yawn. We have 2 party tyranny. The real power controls both parties. Trumps done a great job for those in power. DNC told to stand down, so they are running Demented Biden and some scary lady

    Reading CS Lewis “That Hideous Strength”

    “Don’t you understand anything? Isn’t it absolutely essential to keep a fierce Left and a fierce Right both on their toes and each terrified of the other? That’s how we get things done. Any opposition to the N.I.C.E. is represented as a Left racket in the Right papers and a Right racket in the Left papers. If it’s properly done you get each side out-bidding the other in support of us—to refute the enemy slanders. Of course we’re non-political. The real power always is.”

    • Agree: Sollipsist
    • Replies: @Sollipsist
    , @James Scott
  12. Mr Deeds says:

    Vietnam is a one party ‘tyranny’, though oddly enough there is an incredible amount of personal freedom there. The ladies are thinner and more feminine too.

    • Replies: @Truth
  13. Franz says:

    The country is being prepared for an excruciating restructuring that will create a permanent underclass that will provide an endless source of sweatshop labor for the multinational carpetbaggers. Those jobs will likely go to members of the Dems rainbow coalition while white, working class people … will be seen as a potential threat to the emerging new order.

    Well put, Mike Whitney.

    I would note the following:

    a. Plenty of non-whites becoming leery of globalism and all its lies, which means more than a few will vote for Trump in the (I think mistaken) view he actually wants to stop it. Delay, maybe; stop it, no.

    b. We have a situation here that could be similar to South Africa in the recent past, but I am not aware of any bands of “youths” raping and pillaging their way through America’s agricultural areas. From what I can see, the urban USA is seceding from country USA. What might change this is a serious food shortage, power outages, and the like. White folk in the country better do some serious prepping, if they have not already.

    c. There has never been a better time for a real Third Party in America. If Trump loses, the only reason will be a broad realization that Red and Blue are both in plutocrat pockets.

    d. It would help if this potential Third Party was specifically aimed at the American worker and the unique “displacement” all of them have over the last forty years. Base it as broadly as possible. Any nation’s population has a pyramid earning structure and the strength of the base is a measure of how well those above will live. Right now the base is about to disappear.

  14. @onebornfree

    I know it would be like touching silver to you, but you should read Bakunin’s Statism and Anarchy

    There is a nice shpiel in there about how elites figured out that representative democracy gives them so much freedom to act, under a false guise of ‘people power’!

  15. “GloboCap needs to crush Donald Trump… not because he is a threat to the empire…, but because he became a symbol of populist resistance to global capitalism and its increasingly aggressive “woke” ideology . ”
    At first I was unsure the above quote. I still find the idea of Trump being a “symbol” of “popular resistance” to be a stretch. At best Trump is a focus for various conservative elements in society. After all, he is definitely not “woke”…. Of course, Trump is probably a disappointment to those same conservatives.
    However, Mike is correct — in so far as Trump is an impediment to woke ideology he is a danger & needs to be removed. Mike is also correct, wokeness is one of the ruling class’s chief weapons for repression: not only does it look innocent, it looks positively virtuous. But, Wokeness is repressive by its very nature — censoring, alienating & destroying classes of people on the basis of an artificial & abstract ideology.
    (ie not racism but systemic racism — the progressive’s “original sin” — abstract, indeed, metaphysical….)

  16. The article has it right. We can see the triumph of globocapitalist politically correct uniparty fascism should Biden triumph. Trump, though sceptical of elements of the ruling ideology, buys in to too much of it and also lacks the ability and competency to resist the power structure successfully.

    • Replies: @MLK
  17. Despite the problems and corruption of the Dems, it certainly looks like America is sick and tired of the even greater corruption and incompetence of the Trump regime and will kick micropenis Trump and his his gang of sycophants out of power come November.

    Just look at the speaker line-up for the RNC, it’s all Trump family members. Can one get any more pathetic than that? Are there no rats left on the sinking ship already?

    And great wall-builder Steve Bannon, in bed literally with Miles Guo, stuck together like the two-backed beast on a $30M yacht bought with money cheated from innocent chinese investors.

    Is there any clown shit-show better than this?

    • Disagree: Jus' Sayin'...
  18. Ugetit says:

    It is the “populist resistance to global capitalism” that is the defacto enemy of the Party elite…

    Now working class Americans get to taste again what working class Germans and Japanese felt when they decided to resist the elites’ global capitalism, then known as Marxism, around a century ago. It’s deja vu all over again, except we’re going down without a fight and nary a whimper.


  19. gotmituns says:

    Emerging One-Party Tyranny
    “Emerging” – It’s been that way for years. It’s nothing new.

    • Agree: Ugetit
  20. What people have to understand is that the progressive base has been brutually backstabbed by the DNC. There is a myth on the right that somehow the left gets all it wants. In reality, we have a neoliberal oligarchy which has temporarily settled for the Democratic party as their current vehicle. That can change at any moment’s notice! Look at France and the creation of Macron’s party from scratch, sponsored by the same exact type of neoliberal oligarchs.

    The sham of “democracy” in America is harder to ignore every single day.

    • Replies: @AriusArmenian
  21. The economy will roll over soon, probably by early 2021. Whatever party has the presidency won’t matter. As the Dollar dies, so will the country because the dollar’s status is the only thing preventing hyperinflation and a total lockup of everything that moves at least for a few months.

    The carnival barkers in both parties are just rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic. If you haven’t stocked up on food, water and ammo you better do so now.

    Lawlessness in the major cities is just the opening act. Wait till people are hungry and thrown out on the streets due to the stupidity of the Covid lock down madness.

    • Replies: @Emslander
  22. But 2018 showed that the Demonrats learned one important lesson from 2016: Exercise ruthless control in the counting of votes, especially in swing states and constituencies, but also even in historically Repube constituencies.

  23. Hands up those who think the election will only have a ‘marginal’ effect?

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

  24. @onebornfree

    The Democrats will need to retain the Republican Party as a form of controlled opposition, to preserve the illusion that elections matter, and to suck the oxygen out of any attempts to form a genuine white identitarian party.

    • Replies: @sally
    , @John Johnson
  25. Anonymous[661] • Disclaimer says:

    In 2016, here in Luzerne County, you could drive out one hundred miles and circle back to where you began and not see one single sign for H Clinton.

    In 2020, here again, you cannot see a single sign for Biden.

    Yes, it’s bell weather territory because this county, as well as the state of Pennsylvania, was a Dem stronghold for 35 years but flipped for Trump.

    Bradlee was smart to come here and find out what was happening. He discovered the Dem’s Achilles heel and offered a very insightful analysis that was, apparently, completely ignored by the Dem party.

    Do the locals here think Trump is going to solve everything? Of course not. But they are livid at the way the Dems have progressively destroyed our state, and they will take another opportunity this fall to say fuck you at the local voting booth.

    • Agree: Justvisiting
    • Replies: @follyofwar
  26. All sad but true, but there’s only been one party for some time now. It has two branches, and two sets of puppets, but they both serve the same interests, and it ain’t you and me. Regardless of affiliation, politicians make public statements that their focus group testing tells them will win the most votes. In office, they enact policies that benefit their big campaign donors. The propaganda machine keeps telling us how important our vote is, and we mostly accept this lie because the truth is too frightening. The system is seamlessly interlocking and is now as impossible to reform as it is to overthrow.

    • Agree: Bro43rd, AriusArmenian
  27. MLK says:
    @exiled off mainstreet

    Trump . . . . lacks the ability and competency to resist the power structure successfully.

    That’s very funny. Don’t you read the papers. Who other than Trump could have survived, at least so far, what’s been and continues to be thrown at him?

    Since Trump started succeeding in the primaries it became evident to me at least that one large component of Trump Derangement Syndrome were those not on Team Globalist but possessing overweening resentment toward The Indispensable Man.

    This has only increased as he has survived and they have broken him.

    A POTUS Trump makes a lot of people feel bad about themselves. It isn’t that they’re consumed with their hatred toward him, though many are that too. It’s that they can’t abide his success and efforts on behalf of The American Project and its citizenry.

    What is most alarming is that the Democrats et. al. clearly aren’t trying to win the election the old-fashioned way. They’re building the capacity to steal it on a scale which makes their very substantial efforts in 2016 look like a joke.

    The only question is whether the powers that be will let them launch the U.S. into chaos of unknowable consequences beginning on Election Night.

    Since last year Trump was on track to win reelection in a landslide, winning an historic share of the black and Hispanic vote for a Republican in the modern era. That explains the Democrats and their Allied Media taking all the safeties off their nasty identity politics operation.

    • Replies: @The Real World
    , @MLK
  28. tempus says:

    It is beginning to look like the country as a whole is going to experience what the South suffered during Reconstruction (1865-1877):

    • Replies: @MLK
  29. @SafeNow

    True. Americans, particularly Democrats, no longer believe that any training is necessary to do any job. Californians really believe that an uneducated, untrained Mexican laborer can do the work of a German who is the product of an efficient, high quality education system. They get what they pay for. Mexicans can do the manual part of the work, they just can’t think through problems with which they aren’t familiar.

    California is getting just what her Democratic politicians have bargained for–shoddy workmanship. The Democrat politicians themselves are so incompetent, so ignorant, that they’re not even aware that what they’re getting is substandard. The politicians themselves are basically low class people. Pelosi and the like have no basis for evaluating the quality of what’s before them, having no training in technical matters. They are easily duped.

    Crooks themselves, they are readily tempted by the promise of ill gotten gain derived from plans put before them by other crooks.

    As they say, you can’t deceive an honest man with dishonest schemes.

    Nothing’s free.

    • Agree: Jus' Sayin'...
    • Replies: @Jus' Sayin'...
  30. Dr. X says:

    All they need now is to win the election.

    Or steal it.

  31. If the White Christian working class gets pushed into a corner then they’ll strap on their six shooters… God help the ruling clique!

  32. @Zarathustra

    Pointing out hypocrisy is meaningless at this point. All it does is validate hypocrite’s position as the standard. We’ve been living in the dictatorship of the definition for decades now. Figure out how to break that one.

    The globalist assumed that those of European tribes would be the natural creator of new innovations once they lost their jobs to places like China. What they failed to understand was ideas come from the work done on the factory floor. Take away the work, the collective knowledge disappears. Also the young no longer learn from the elders. Now we have an under-educated and over-educated Americans, who got their inflated self esteem ideas from participation awards and insane school shrinks. Make matters worse, how many are on drugs due to not living up to their self esteem ideal standards? Most is indeed lost. Sanity might be able to make a comeback, however humility to admit to being wrong is not an American thing.

    • Agree: Jus' Sayin'...
    • Thanks: Zarathustra
  33. MLK says:

    I give you credit for referencing American history, rather than the more prevalent at the moment seeming analogues from abroad (e.g. Chinese Cultural Revolution). Though you’re jumping the gun with Reconstruction.

    How’s this as far as voter fraud and nascent political violence goes:

    The funny thing is it’s only through ignorance of our history that we current Americans — even the ones in the ruling and governing classes with everything to lose — think it’s cute to to stir the pot the way they are, let alone re-litigate The Civil War.

    Something like 600K Americans died in the war and both sides song the same song with some minor word variations as they went at it:

    • Replies: @ThreeCranes
  34. TG says:

    Kudos for this – well said. Although: as the Democrats keep importing more third-world refugees who seem tp pretty much automatically vote democratic, they might not be as tactically stupid as you think. Soon, it just might not matter what white working class voters think.

    And as regards controlling population and both rates, yes, but it needs to be reminded that the elites want to MAXIMIZE population, not reduce it. I know, the elites in the abstract will talk about overpopulation etc., but in reality they are always pushing for ever more people to be jammed in like battery hens.

    • Replies: @Justvisiting
  35. turtle says:

    The problem with those of us who are skilled craftsmen is that our knowledge and skills (mens et manus) give us something called freedom, which the DemocRats despise. Old saying among skilled craftsmen is, “I was looking for a job when I found this one.”

    What the DemocRats are looking for is Herdenmenschen, which we are not.

    • Agree: Alden
    • Replies: @Alden
    , @artichoke
  36. sally says:
    @Diversity Heretic

    which speaker at the Democrat Convention addressed the concerns or complaints of white working-class people who now almost-universally harbor these same feelings??

    No one, because no one in the Democrat party plans to do anything about these issues, in fact, just the opposite.

    Yes, it is getting crystal clear. the Council of (International) Foreign Relations, in collaboration with several other such organizations, is running the Government that controls Americans, thee CFR is less and less willing to allow the USA governed American’s to have any say in their imprisonment. Just look at how little has been said about how much the cell phone and cell tower RF generators allow SARS Covid 19 virus to disrupt the double membrane and infect the world. No one has been allowed to challenge the gating opening murder .. its not even talked about.. So why is implementing even more powerful RF stations closer and closer to everyone so important? Because 5g was developed as a crowd control weapon.. Recent molecular biology shows clearly the virus enters humans cells be disruption of the lipids that separate the two membranes in just about every human cell, and in turns out so does 900 Hz they work the same way, in fact such is so well known that there is a European Patent claiming ownership to a CFR owned Deep Stater..

    • Replies: @Polemos
  37. @Anonymous

    Here’s the problem: The days of most people going to the polls on election day, and standing in line for an hour or more to cast their votes on untrustworthy Diebold machines are over. It was deliberately killed by the Covid plan-demic.

    Ask yourself: How many senior citizens (who comprise a huge chunk of volunteer poll workers) will be willing to subject themselves to a 14 hour shift working inside a high-tension polling station when they fear that they might wind up catching Covid? I used to volunteer a few years back and know how hard it was to entice qualified people to work there.

    Due to the lack of election day poll workers alone, Mr. Trump will be unsuccessful in his attempt to stop vote-by-mail. If the election remains close, we may not know the winner for weeks. Democrat vote fraud could be rampant, as states are unable to set up the necessary safeguards in just a few months. No matter who wins, the other side will declare that the election was fraudulent. Then what?

    • Agree: Alden
  38. sally says:

    which speaker at the Democrat Convention addressed the concerns or complaints of white working-class people who now almost-universally harbor these same feelings??

    No one, because no one in the Democrat party plans to do anything about these issues, in fact, just the opposite.

    It is clear. the Council of Soups, [<=Council on (International) Foreign Relations, in collaboration with several other such organizations, collectively the owners of the deep state], is running the Governments that controls the nation states that control Americans , that control the states, that control the counties, that control the cities, that control the schools and the flows of tax money from the governed citizens into the federal chasm, and beg for back in order to function.

    The total and absolute crowd to individual control of the behavior and understanding of the governed of the nation states of the world is the essential goal of the Council of soups. Less and less the CS is willing to allow the USA governed American's to have any say in their own imprisonment in the nation state.

    Just look at how little has been said about how much the cell phone and cell tower RF generators allow SARS Covid 19 virus to disrupt the double membrane and infect the world. No one has been allowed to challenge the pore that [radio frequency] RF opens in human cells to allow virus to enter and murder human cells .. its not even talked about..

    So why is implementing even more powerful RF stations closer and closer to everyone so important to the Council of Soup? Because 5g was developed as a crowd control weapon.. Recent molecular biology shows clearly the virus enters humans cells because its S protein disrupt of the Lipids that separate the two membranes in just about every human cell, and in turns out so does 900 Hz RF; both Radio Frequency and the protein on the surface of the virus work in the same way. So does RF let the virus in? The fact that RF disrupts the double membrane of cells is so well known that there is a long standing European Patent claiming ownership to a Council of Soup owned, Deep Stater..

    Don't bother with an election you can do nothing about, (remember your the vote you caste does not decide who is to be the President or the Vice President <=the electoral college elects these two puppets) instead concentrate on the real risk, when the deep states gets its remote wireless delivery in place to reach and control everyone freedom of humanity will end. Search engines have already proven that digital technologies can control what you are allowed to say, what you must think, and when you must get up and go to sleep and what you must do in between. The threat is Council on Soup Control over the DEEP STATE that owns and controls the Nation States that owns and controls the people it governs.

  39. From the image I have in Europe, I do like some of the democrat’s ideas. Universal health coverage is a good thing. Why put up with greedy private corporations and health insurances demanding 80% of your salary to treat you?

    Banning guns and eliminating the crappy second amendment also works. Gun must no longer be used as an extension of someones genitals and self-confidence booster.

    What I dont like is them constantly relying on minorities to get their vote.

    But hey….minorities will soon become majority, and even the republican party will rely on them more and more if they want to be elected.

    Soon, you will see latinos and black people running the republican party and, demographically speaking…you cant avoid it.

  40. Realist says:

    This country has had a one party tyranny for decades…it’s just becoming more obvious.

    But the real situation is the Republican and Democrat parties are just two sides of the Deep State coin.

    The Deep State doesn’t care about the unimportant internecine squabbles of the two parties as long as their important issues are advanced (wealth and power). As a matter of fact it strengthens the false perception that there is a choice when voting.

    • Agree: AriusArmenian
  41. turtle says:

    You could probably learn the “theory of operation” of a violin in a week or two, but it takes years of sustained effort to become either:
    a) a highly skilled violinist, or
    b) a highly skilled violin maker
    The master violin maker most likely can play the instrument, but not at the level of a concert violinist, or “violin operator,” if you prefer.
    The concert violinist will almost certainly be incapable of constructing his/her own instrument.

    As I see it, one of the problems with U.S. society is disrespect for occupations which require physical skill, especially if that involves “getting your hands dirty.”

    Again in my opinion, one large contribution to this attitude is the absolute ignorance and hostility of secondary school teachers, all too many of whom have the mindset that “getting your hands dirty” is only for stupid people (a.k.a. people not like themselves). Since they don’t get their hands dirty, they must be (according to their own worldview), “smart.” Old saying: “Those who cannot do, teach; those who cannot teach, become high school principals, or high school guidance counselors.”

    Over the years, I have had the pleasure and privilege to have known and worked with many men who were, like me, both a) university educated, usually in in a scientific or engineering discipline, and b) highly skilled at one or more construction trades.

    I am myself a journeyman carpenter, but I could not make one of these:
    I do enjoy playing, to the best of my limited ability, the instrument which Robert Pimentel made for me, many years ago,

  42. MLK says:

    It should be listened to sung by a woman solo to understand what’s unleashed by a moral crusade backed by an angry God. The following was delivered live just weeks after JFK’s assassination:

    • Replies: @Anon
  43. The demon-rats and republi-cons are two sides of the same zionist minted counterfeit coin.

    • Agree: Twodees Partain
  44. @Sick of Orcs

    Two things are worth remembering about Trump: (1) He has at least temporarily slowed the pace at which the enemies of native-born, White, Christian Americans are robbing them of their patrimony. (2) He provides at least the possibility of a political nucleus around which a real political party devoted to preserving the interests of native-born, White, Christian Americans.

    Trump has proved a major disappointment to many if not most of those who voted for him, a bloviating and apparently ineffectual clown. But it is easy to imagine how much worse things would now be had he been defeated in the last election. If Trump wins a second term it may signal to at least a few competent politicians and potential future political leaders that political domination of the USA by plutocratic globalists, criminally violent racial and ethnic power blocks, Zionist oligarchs, and their political stooges is not yet a foregone conclusion.

    Around such bold leaders a new party might form, comprised of those who are currently Trump supporters plus additional elements supporting the ideals and aspirations of the old, pre-1960s Democratic party. The current Democrat Party might be reduced to a rump of radical leftists, anti-White race-baiters, and other assorted counterculture weirdos. The Republican Party might be reduced to an impotent and evanescent shell.

    The result would be a new and dominant political party, devoted to the well-being of the USA’s middle class, supportive of White Christian values, and successfully advocating and implementing policies which promote: (1) real border control; (2) rational immigration and naturalization policies; (3) preservation and promotion of industry within the United States and protection of the USA’s economy against unfair foreign competition; (4) truly race-blind, ethnicity-blind and religion-blind laws and their enforcement; (5) limits on the degree of income and wealth inequality among Americans; (6) cessation of the USA’s foreign aggressions and wars of foreign aggression; (7) Eliminating the baneful influence of Israel on US foreign and domestic policy; (8) destroying the power of the deep state; (9) gradually reducing the USA’s foreign entanglements along with a concommittant reduction in the size of the military; (10) eventual elimination of the military-industrial complex; (10) return to supporting the traditional, European, Christian culture which once made this country great and has been under attack for well over a century;…

    • Agree: Sick of Orcs
    • Replies: @Sick of Orcs
  45. American Citizen 2.0 says:

    As the overall IQ of the population decreases (which every scientific source I have ever seen says is inevitable), our politics will more and more start to revolve around very broad idiotic tribal competitions. All of the ideas-based/issues-based campaigns that used to touch on topics like environmentalism or the space program will just end up being way too complicated for most people to connect with and irrelevant to anything they are interested in.

    So, the public presentation of politics as something you see on tv is basically meaningless. All of the real politics are happening somewhere else that you have no access to where intelligent people are having intelligent strategic conversations.

    I don’t think it really matters who is elected anymore except at the very local level where if you have a goofy school board member then all the kids will be learning about the 1619 project and how anal sex is healthy and fun. Elections legitimize the government as being a representation of the people’s desire to be governed. That’s about it.

    For me, it’s best to just tune it out anymore. The only thing that keeps me sane is knowing that there must be some Jews in positions of economic importance that insist on not flushing the United States down the toilet financially regardless of who is in power and everyone who has access to any real power is forced to defer to their wishes.

  46. @ThreeCranes

    The contempt for skilled workers, technicians and craftsmen, even engineers, held by many, if not most, individuals with useless, easily obtained, and essentially worthless pieces of paper labeled BA, MA or PhD has become palpable. It is not a good sign.

  47. @Sick of Orcs

    Secession is inevitable.

    I really don’t see how this plays out–since the real divide is not really state by state but exurban and rural vs urban in every state with the suburbs splitting different ways depending on the state.

    The map is not the territory.

    • Replies: @Sick of Orcs
  48. @MLK

    And it helps explain the Democrats very curious reaction to this engineered virus. I’ve heard it suggested that China and the Dems are in cahoots on the release of the virus (along with bigger, global goals being sought by other involved and interested parties).

    I buy it. The behavior and narrative of Dem leaders and the MSM is very revealing regarding this virus and it’s known that Feinstein has multi-decade ties to China’s leadership.

    Toss in that the G Floyd false flag and the already-organized “protests” in relation to it are an attempt to reduce the increased black vote Trump has acquired.

    As the saying goes, “all the worlds a stage.”

    • Replies: @MLK
  49. @European Greek

    Banning guns and eliminating the crappy second amendment also works. Gun must no longer be used as an extension of someones genitals and self-confidence booster.

    Confidence booster? Have you ever shot a gun? It’s really quite fun.

    Most rural areas in the US are just as safe as any European country despite being heavily armed. In fact there is a town in the US where you are required to have a gun and last I checked they have never had a homicide.

    What Democrats refer to as “gun violence” is really a euphemism for Black violence. Their trillion dollar plans for Blacks have failed so they backlash against inanimate objects out of desperation.

    Turn off CNN and research guns on your own. It’s really quite shocking as to how much the media lies to the public.

    • Agree: AriusArmenian
    • Replies: @anarchyst
  50. A123 says:

    The author misses the unique opportunity that now exists. The GOP under GW Bush, McCain, and Romney was a clone of the DNC, yielding a two headed uniparty.

    Trump has opened the door that could bring back a true two party choice.

    There have been no new wars under Trump. The #NeverTrump NeoConDemocrats have angrily returned to their ancestral home in the DNC. The two parties have a true substantive difference on this point:

    — The DNC is the foreign intervention party.
    — The GOP is moving away from NeoCon contamination.

    If you want to avoid foreign wars, you need to vote for the GOP. All we have now is a corner stone. It will take votes over multiple election cycles to build walls and lock in this position. This is not about Trump’s personality. It is about long-term change.

    PEACE 😇

  51. THE END? New Yorker explains why ‘New York City is dead forever,’ ‘not bouncing back’

    • Thanks: SeekerofthePresence
    • Replies: @anon
    , @Wally
  52. If this is genuine “global capitalism,” why are there so many international monopolies? Monopolies cannot exist indefinitely without direct or indirect government sanction and support.

  53. @TG

    in reality they are always pushing for ever more people to be jammed in like battery hens.

    Funding riots and ordering police to stand down during urban riots seems to be at odds with an urban agenda.

    Shutting down cities for a relatively minor pandemic is also at odds with that agenda.

    My read: They are trying to break the spirit of the public with brainwashing that “2+2=5” and “do not believe your lying eyes”.

    • Replies: @Anon1453
  54. @Diversity Heretic

    The Democrats will need to retain the Republican Party as a form of controlled opposition, to preserve the illusion that elections matter

    Once they get a supermajority they’ll just blame White racism when their plans don’t work. This is what they do in California. Must be bad Whites somewhere thwarting their plans.

    The only way Republicans can survive is by becoming a nationalist party. Kick out the traitorous libertarians and “free market” worshippers. That crowd has been WRONG since the end of WW2. The “free market” still has not created an African Wakanda despite having decades to do so.

    But the typical Republican is too obstinate and would rather go down as a loser while clutching a picture of Reagan.

    Conditions have never been better for a third party. In SF they are sick of Democrats but don’t like the alternative. In fact I would say there is a growing hatred of Democrats in areas where they have let junkies run wild.

    Either the Republicans go populist/nationalist or a new party emerges.

  55. MLK says:

    I highly recommend giving this a viewing:

    • Replies: @eD
  56. Most of it sounds quite reasonable to me 👍, there is so much hypocrisy out about such issues in public debate

  57. MLK says:
    @The Real World

    Yes. I just posted this elsewhere in this thread but I wish I had read your comment first. Here it is again:

    As I’ve noted previously in other threads, the broad salient context for these current events is the Sad Story that is the post-Cold War quarter century which, not to put too fine a point on it, was won by CCP China, hands down, with outcome determining assistance from the American business, governing and ruling elite.

    What has coalesced behind the Democrat Party is a corrupted elite exhausted at the prospect of having to win the consent of the governed to go along with their wave goodbye to capitalist competition. The China CCP model looks much more appealing.

  58. Agent76 says:

    Aug 21, 2020 Joe Biden ‘basically rehashed’ Barack Obama’s speeches

    “It was all hope and change and the most worrying part of all was he sees himself as the light and Donald Trump as the darkness,” Mr Dean told Sky News host Peta Credlin.

    Aug 20, 2020 War Hawks Endorse Biden At DNC Convention!

    • Replies: @turtle
  59. Whitewolf says:

    So how have the republicans prevented the democrats from achieving any of their goals that you list? The second amendment is probably the only thing that they could claim to support but that hasn’t prevented places like NY from virtually invalidating even that with local laws. Even then the NRA has been the main one fighting for it.

    The republicans are the Washington Generals of politics. They are there only to make the democrats look good and pretend there is real competition happening.

  60. @personfellowindividual

    The Republicans have done nothing to stop open borders, cultural capture, big tech thought control and “cancel culture” socialism / Marxism post Ronald Reagan NOTHING!
    I know, I’ve been voting Republican across the board since I cast my first vote when the Newt Gingrich contract with America was rolled out. Gingrich tried at least. and he’s the last to try to stop any of those things since Trump. Only Gingrich was all in favor of NAFTA / GATT.
    Republicans run against all those things but do nothing with control of both houses of Congress and a Republican president… Trump!
    Now did the Republican party and it’s elected members enthusiastically support Trumps agenda or do everything in their power to stand in his way with only a few notable exceptions. They only came to Trump’s rescue during Russia Gate, and impeachment not to save Trump but cynically to not let the Dems get away with impeaching a Republican president.
    Uni party!

  61. I agree with onebornfree, although the article was correct in it’s assessments, and an enjoyable read, Mr Whitney never quite got around to the Uni party aspect. But, we all know the Republicans and Democrats are for all intents and purposes.
    If not, 90% of the Republican party would not have been never Trumpers!
    They could have hated the man but loved his agenda.

  62. ld says:

    Here is what I know
    We will suffer the same slavish bootlickers for Israel no matter who the figurehead is.
    What little resources left will be squandered in endless wars in their quest for ultimate domination.
    The populace will be kept in constant turmoil pitted against each other other while they are being plundered by the corpratocracy.
    Their undisguised contemptfor us is overt when their offerings for leadership are senile perverts.
    The end is near when the influencers and deciders no longer care if their lies are believable.
    The gloves will come off soon.
    Knowing about it… arguing… discussing changes nothing.
    Our vote means nothing… changes nothing. It was meant to perpetuate hope.
    Hope has died.

    I am going to enjoy what’s left while I can.

  63. Notsofast says:

    In addition to the old divide and conquer it is an attempt to divert peoples attention from the real issue of economic disparity. The dems, investment bankers and millionare athletes taking a knee in solidarity saying the problem is white priviledge rather than green. Anyone not taking a knee is racist, look at that trailer park filled with white priviledge why dont you burn it to the ground.

  64. anon[323] • Disclaimer says:
    @Priss Factor

    New York Post is not the same as “New Yorker” except in the strict functional sense of providing emergency TP.

  65. Whitewolf says:
    @Really No Shit

    You mean like the evangelicals? I seriously doubt the ruling clique is losing sleep over them. They control the priests that control the flock.

    • Replies: @SC Rebel
  66. Altai says:

    The Democrats have learned nothing from Hillary Clinton’s defeat in 2016.

    Au contre, they learned that Bernie would have won and made a much clearer effort to destroy him this time. The only candidate guaranteed to win against Trump was Sanders. But that outcome was actually more horrifying to them. Not only another 4-8 years of populist rhetoric at least and some populist action but it would be happening within their party. The emergence of left and right populism?

    They had no choice but to nuke Sanders from orbit and live with another 4 years of Trump.

  67. Emslander says:

    The economy will roll over soon, probably by early 2021.

    Where have you been for the past five months. The economy died in February and is now on a debt-powered respirator. Once the creepy money stops getting put in the hands of businesses, churches and individuals, the respirator will stop and the heart will stop. Get ready to wander through the fields of cut corn and beans gleaning bits and pieces of starch to keep yourself alive through the winter.

  68. @Pft

    Aside from the supernatural element, That Hideous Strength is probably more prescient than 1984, and certainly a lot harder for left-leaning cryptofascists to use as ammunition.

  69. botazefa says:

    It is time for true patriots of America to stand up and speak out. And point out the hypocrisy.

    One thing we husbands can do is have the hard talk with our wives. I had the reparations talk last night. I let her know with no uncertain terms that I don’t owe any Black people any money for slavery. Kept it topically simple. She tried to distract, emoting about suffering. In the end we agreed to disagree and I changed the subject, but at least now she is aware I find her belief disagreeable, and am disappointed by her credulity.

    Men with daughters know that daddy sets the tone. Time for dads to step out of the shadows of their wives and make a stand, however small, that we are not on board with this nonsense. Simply disagree with them and make that a problem for them to solve.

    Childless men, start with on your moms and sisters, your girlfriends. In person, not on facebook.

    It’s a place to start.

    AnotherDad, will you stand with me?

    • Agree: Zarathustra, Emslander
  70. Abbybwood says:

    There is a giant reason the Democrats ALL must be resoundingly defeated in November and it has nothing to do with open borders or trans rights etc.

    From the DNC on down, right to The Justice Department, up to the Obama White House, ALL of these Democrat officials are corrupt CRIMINALS!

    They should ALL be rejected for their un-Constitutional spying on Donald Trump PRIOR to the 2016 election and AFTER he was in office.

    One lawyer, an avowed Hillary supporter and Trump hater, Clinesmith, at the FBI has already pleaded guilty to fraud. Others will be coming before the election if Barr and Durham are doing their jobs.

    Everything was done by Pelosi and the Democrats to DENY a duly and legally elected president from even trying to enact the agenda he was elected on!

    They tried to impeach and remove him and they failed. Joe Biden actually IS guilty of trying to pull a quid pro quo for his drug-addicted son Hunter in Ukraine, but that will not be mentioned.

    Blaming Trump for Covid-19 and the 270,000 deaths and our economy being throttled is bullshit but the Democrat Party are too corrupt and dishonest to admit it.

    I hope the American people think about the Constitution when they vote in November and denounce those who clearly are too corrupt and criminal in their actions to be allowed to ever take the oath to support The Constitution again.

    I will be voting for Trump in November and clearly AGAINST all Democrats even if a damn ASTEROID destroys Melania’s rose garden the day of the election!

  71. @Emslander

    I’ve been in the Caribbean for the last 16 years. I saw what was coming after 9/11 and got out. I’m surprised only in how long it’s taken to finally get to this point.

    The US economy has felt a slight hiccup till now. Wait till the real SHTF when people are evicted, when jobs don’t return and when gov’t issues new fatwas on vaccinations like in Australia or when they shift the burden to landlords by terminating, not temporarily suspending, evictions and / or foreclosures.

    Wait till banks are nationalized.

    Wait for currency controls.

    Wait for higher taxes on anyone that can’t escape the laws focus.

    Wait till UBI, which has already started, becomes the norm and there are millions of new people sucking on the gov’t teat. People dependent on gov’t are malleable. They become gov’t supporters because they have no other choice. More and more people will become Karens. Your freedoms are going to be voted out of existence; all nice and legal.

    Deficit spending is going asymptotic right now but the real effects are not to be felt for quite some time. What you’ve seen so far is kid stuff.

    • Thanks: Emslander
    • Replies: @Paul C.
  72. @onebornfree

    Whitney is right except he only names the Democrats.

  73. @Abbybwood

    You are correct!
    If Trump wins his second term he will tighten the screw on these crooks the DemocRATS destroying the US dollar and by that destroying the US itself.

  74. anarchyst says:

    Most politicians who call themselves “Republicans” do not have the “courage of their convictions”.

    As odious as most Democrat “goals” are, the Democrats are out there. They want your guns, and they are not afraid to say so. They might not get them all at once, but they are using incrementalism to get what they want, chipping away at the Second Amendment a little at a time..

    Most Republicans are lazy, without strong convictions, and “going along to get along”. THAT is a major defect of Republicans and the conservative movement in general.

    Republicans are too “milquetoast” to get out there and FIGHT with the courage of their convictions.

    The “perks” of public office are the same, whether one takes on political fights or just “kicks back” and “let things happen”.

    As to the jews, they have their hands in BOTH major political parties, using the Democrats to push their leftist communist goals and the Republicans as an ATM.

  75. @Abbybwood

    Bless you sir or madame, I couldn’t have said it better.

    One aspect which is never approached is the personality issue regarding the Democrats : A horrible cabal of creepy, dissolute scumbags, twisted lunatics which would turn a sane rational person’s stomach in a face to face conversation with anyone of them.

    AJM “Mensa” qualifieds since 1973, airborne trained US ary vet and pro jazz artisit.

  76. @SafeNow

    The gardener who works with us (my family) is a slightly slow gent who is nevertheless a hard worker and listens to the agronomist when she comes around to check on things. My family and I are learning a lot in the process. We have 19 fruit (and nut) trees under treatment, new and renovated garden beds, irrigation system in process, greenhouse renovation, etc. underway. We’re going all in on what production we can generate in our upcoming spring here in South America, where the economic situation will likely be much worse than up there; already there is far less variety of goods and increasingly far fewer goods save for basics as well.

    The USA, in my opinion, collectively committed economic suicide by off-shoring its manufacturing base and it may well be too late to rebuild it barring global economic collapse. The left has abandoned vocational education just as it has abandoned nearly all vocations short of hi-tech and its digi-lumpen along with individual enterprise unless it is closely overseen by the pc commissars for necessary political content training by the coalition of the peculiar. This posture seems a weak one at best.

    Unless and until the USA can regain control of its monetary system, financial structure and pressing national priorities of a tangible and productive nature, the downward spiral cannot but help to continue. Prez DJT should make that the Republican platform, because failure to do so will not merely cost him the election; it will cost the USA its thus far enduring characteristics as a nation capable of keeping its house in order.

  77. @Thulean Friend

    The DNC (dollar drenched as said by Peter Street) have neutralized progressives and the antiwar movement in the US.

    I agree with Mike Whitney except that the RNC and the DNC are holding hands behind the curtain. And behind them are the rich and powerful button pushing elites that are marching the US into further chaos and reaction while laughing all the way to the bank.

    This reminds me of Trotsky that said (paraphrased) Hitler was heading at disaster. How can anyone not see the advanced political chaos that now reigns in the US and the rapidly escalating social and economic chaos being stroked by the elites that are using their control of the media. The election will not change this trajectory.

  78. Anon[264] • Disclaimer says:

    “to understand what’s unleashed by a moral crusade backed by an angry God.”

    God’s always angry, as well as needy, erratic, irrational and violent.

    It’s like he’s actually a woman (or at least a tranny that hasn’t got his hormone replacement dialed-in).

    As far as expecting ‘god’ to show at the last minute for the save – 50+ million aborted kids say you might not want to hold your breath.

    • Replies: @MLK
  79. anarchyst says:
    @John Johnson

    You are wasting your time responding to European Greek.
    Most Europeans look down on Americans despite American taxpayer dollars used to provide Europe with a “defense umbrella”. This allows the Europeans to spend wildly on social programs while at the same time allows them to continue their elitist rant on how us Americans are so uncultured and uncivilized.
    As far as I am concerned, we fought on the wrong side in both world wars. We would have been better off supporting Germany’s war against the jewish bolshevik banksters. Us unwitting Americans made the world safe for jewish bolshevism along with the promotion of their phony jewish holohoax (oops, I mean “holocaust™”).
    Europeans conveniently forget that it was American firepower (yes, guns) who “saved” Europe from Germany during both world wars. Firearms were “donated” by Americans to Europe to assist in the”war effort”.
    Germany is presently singing the blues as President Trump is reducing American troop levels in Europe. They will have to spend more on their own defense and less on their social programs.

    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
  80. @European Greek

    It’s never too late to brush up on some history. Before WWI, Armenian Christians were a pastoral group who migrated their flocks up and down the mountainsides with the seasons, crossing roads whenever necessary, and carrying rifles for defense. When the PTB decided to murder a million or so, they first stationed troops at the road crossings and confiscated the Armenian guns, one by one. When they were sure they had all the guns, they came back and had easy pickings killing all who couldn’t escape.

    Pretty much all genocidaires employ some version of the same strategy. So I’d guess your support for abolishing the 2nd Amendment comes through ignorance of history, perhaps. Couldn’t be because you intend to be on the still breathing side afterwards. I could be wrong, I suppose. You do say you are Greek. So you could even conceivably belong to the Salonikan Dönmeh, crypto-Jews, whose members became the ‘Young Turks’ and are widely considered to have effected the Armenian genocide.

    • Replies: @Anon
    , @Alden
  81. turtle says:

    I see John Kerry is wearing his “regulation” Israeli Blue necktie. No surprise there.
    Then there is Gen. Powell, who, as a young major, made his bones by covering up the My Lai massacre.
    What a pair.

    • Replies: @Agnostic
  82. Emslander says:

    I agree that, going forward, anything is possible from modern governments. The only limit to their power is the sense by the people that they have anything to lose from disobeying the mandates of the killers. Soon, even that leverage will be gone.

    When men get to the point where the protagonist in “The Truman Show” got and said, “Okay, you’re just going to have to kill me,” then men will achieve breakthrough against the robot controllers.

  83. Thomasina says:

    Ah, but Trump has been different. Shortly after he was elected he cancelled the TPP (Trans Pacific Partnership). That must have made the globalists’ blood boil.

    He renegotiated NAFTA. He’s been negotiating with China for a new trade deal.

    He refused to sign on to the Climate Conference in Paris, saying what’s the good of the U.S. cutting back if China doesn’t have to.

    He told the people about hydroxychloroquine, much to the horror of the pandemic pushers.

    He’s different in that he’s still standing after the shredding he has taken from the media, the Russiagate hoax, impeachment, etc., etc. Most would have folded up tent by now. Do you think Obama could have handled this onslaught? I highly doubt it.

    He’s different in that he is an outsider AND he doesn’t like globalism. Doesn’t think it’s good for the country’s people.

    But I agree with you that the Dems and “a lot” of Republicans are on the same page. They’ve been bought off or “blackmailed” off by the globalists. Let’s face it, if you don’t play along with the globalists, you do NOT get elected again. They smear your name or Kavanaugh you – or worse – they JFK you.

    So your choice is to either go for the Dems, who ARE devout globalists, or you can put your faith in the nationalist Trump and hope for the best. At least with him the country has a chance.

    • Agree: Emslander
  84. Cyrano says:

    The left wing, right wing divide in US never had too much substance. They are both deep-state parties whose primary objective is to keep the rich happy and to keep capitalism chugging along.

    The good cop, bad cop routine – where the Republicans played the bad cop – whose main concern was helping big business, while the liberals were supposed to be concerned with the plight of the working man (sob) is totally meaningless.

    In fact, at the present moment it can be argued that those 2 sides have now flipped. Trump is more of a liberal than the democrats are. How so? There are even talks of Trump bringing UBI which is as socialist as you can get- basically left wing policy.

    Trump is also a patriot, he is concerned about the domestic deplorables, not the foreign ones for which US has no obligations (yet). Democrats are the real phonies, totally in the pockets of the deep state, while pretending that they care about the common man.

    When the communist manifesto declared “Workers of the world unite”, they didn’t mean unite by coming in one place – the west, or particularly US.

    Workers of the world should unite, but stay where they are, and let their home countries solve their problems with a help from the country who has their well-being so much at heart (yeah right).

    The reason why they hate Trump so much is because he is a genuine deep-state member, part of the rich elites and is not as easy to boss around like the usual domestic servants which the political elites in the US are. That’s why the deep state hates him so much, he is not their household help.

    I’ve heard that Trump is donating his presidential salary, which for him is probably just pocket change – just to show the deep state that he is not on their payroll, he is doing his job out of love for his country.

    Trump is their only hope, he might not be the smartest, but his heart is in the right place, he wants to do what’s right for the American people instead of those other deep-state phonies, whose main invention was to use catastrophic levels of immigration as a proof that they are “liberal” eliminating the need to do something for the domestic working class.

    • Agree: Alden
  85. turtle says:

    The economy died in February

    No, the economy was brutally MURDERED by the vile government.

  86. Wally says:

    That is laughable nonsense which simply ignores the massive attacks & misinformation about Trump and his supporters.

    There IS a difference, otherwise such desperate neo-Marxist actions would not occur against Trump and his Republican supporters.

    Ah yes, another Democrat – neo-Marxist run city, Denver, now rioting.

    • Replies: @James Charles
  87. MLK says:

    Even though there’s a line — “In the beauty of the lilies, Christ was born across the sea . . . .,” that’s a mere pause before getting back to the angry God of the Old Testament.

    As I mentioned, this song with minor word variations was sung by soldiers on both sides. We Americans have thought it a fun ditty ever since, losing the cautionary tale aspect in the process.

  88. Wally says:
    @Priss Factor

    End of NYC?

    Good news indeed.

    One more sh_thole bites the dust.

  89. aandrews says:

    A Biden/Harris win and amnesty by executive order…

    Dual Cancellation Edition | Robert Wright & Mickey Kaus

    Why Is ‘Parole in Place’ in the NDAA? | Center for Immigration Studies

    Deep in the bowels of the 3,444 pages of S. 1790, the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2020 (NDAA 2020) is a curiously placed and worded immigration provision. Somehow, a Kamala Harris talking point has become law, introduced before our very eyes through its initial application to a very select and sympathetic group of aliens. You can expect it to get much, much bigger and blossom into a full-grown amnesty at some point during a future administration, likely sooner rather than later.

    • Replies: @aandrews
  90. @Pft

    Trump stole the Republican party from the Republican establishment. This is obvious for anyone with any critical thinking skills. Trump has been fighting both party establishments the media and the bureaucrats that we have been calling the deep state. Again this is extremely obvious to anyone with critical thinking skills.

    Claiming Trump is doing a great job for those in power is retarded. We are in the middle of a failed color revolution because the oligarchs are terrified of Trump. There is no reason to burn down cities to rile everyone up against a leader who is doing their bidding and only retarded people think there is.
    Color revolutions are by design used to depose leaders the oligarchs cannot control. Its the only reason they have them. What is happening right now in the USA comes right out of the color revolution playbook.

    People with absolutely no gravitas making stupid claims like yours deserve to be ridiculed. You are clueless.

    • Agree: Peripatetic Itch
    • Replies: @aandrews
  91. eD says:

    This is an hour long youtube video. I do prefer written articles to youtube videos, since I can read the equivalent articles quicker, but this one is worth investing an hour in.

    If you google “Lee Smith”, what comes up is a Hall of Fame St. Louis Cardinals pitcher, and the editor of several Chris Nolan movies, but they don’t seem to be the same person. This man discloses late in the video that he was a reporter for the Village Voice and Weekly Standard, and I remember reading the by-line in the Village Voice.

    Essentially the assertion is that there was a scheme to spike the Trump campaign in 2016 by accusing him of being a Russian agent, that got blocked by a mysterious faction within the Deep State, but just continued throughout his first turn, turning into a Color Revolution type operation after the scheme finally collapsed in February of this year. But Lee Smith does provide some evidence.

    One thing that confuses me is the degree of collusion between the Clintons and Obama and his faction. Because the globalists could have just arranged for Hillary Clinton to win both the Democratic nomination and the presidency in 2008 and gotten everything they wanted. Why all these complicated schemes? Also it appears everyone important in the American political system is working for some foreign power, with China emerging as the biggest player.

  92. Rubicon says:

    Whitney misses the point: the real purpose in trying to sabotage Trump for four years, ALL LIES in WHICH Oligarchs recognized in 2016 that TRUMP was:

    just as vicious, as backstabbing, and as corrupt as they are/were.

    Instead of installing Clinton, who would have done their bidding, they ended up with TRUMP. This was the worst person because they knew he couldn’t be manipulated like they did with Obama, and so many previous, kowtowing presidents.

    These are the hard facts – because they finally met their match in President Trump!

  93. vot tak says:

    This applies to whitney.

    bill Hicks on marketing

    He is talking about corporate marketing, but this also applies politically, and whitney has now made it clear his paymasters are the zionazi-gay likudite extreme right. IE: basically the sods (literally) who sell anything to make a buck and keep oligarchic capitalism the dominant power in the west. Who go all out to promote racial divisiveness with their white victimhood faggotry.

  94. aandrews says:
    @James Scott

    “Outta your house and into the street.”

    And the cops (the mayor, really; cops evidently are nothing more than hitters for the mayor) allow this.

    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
  95. Mefobills says:

    This author is making the case that Nancy Pelosi (and deep state) will make herself president.

    (If you broadcast your intentions is it still collusion?)

    On July 21st Nancy Pelosi appears to have explained a large part of the game plan, to MSNBC.
    “Well, that’s a loaded question there about coronavirus, what we do about it. But the fact is, whether he knows it yet or not, he will be leaving. Just because he might not want to move out of the White House doesn’t mean we won’t have an inauguration ceremony to inaugurate a duly-elected President of the United States and the – I just – you know, I’m second in line to the Presidency. Just last week I had my regular continuation of government briefing. This might interest you because I say to them, ‘This is never going to happen. God-willing it never will.’ But there is a process. It has nothing to do with the certain occupant of the White House doesn’t feel like moving and has to be fumigated out of there because the presidency is the presidency. It’s not geography or location.”


    General Outline:

    ‘Problems’ with the process and final count in the 2020 presidential election will render no clear winner

    A legal battle will ensue, as both Trump and Biden will maintain they have won

    Congress will move to execute constitutional provision to choose president – Pelosi

    Trump will physically occupy the White House while Pelosi Seeks Inauguration

    More violence and destabilization if Pelosi plan works

    Trump’s Projected Victory Means the Deep State Moves for Election Spoilage

    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
  96. Anon[264] • Disclaimer says:
    @Really No Shit

    If the White Christian working class gets pushed into a corner then they’ll strap on their six shooters… God help the ruling clique!

    I wonder about that on occasion, but am usually drawn to the conclusion of, ‘No’.

    White Christians (evangelicals especially) are generally hung-up on:

    Genesis 12:3
    ‘And I will bless them that bless thee, and curse him that curseth thee: and in thee shall all families of the earth be blessed.’

  97. @Jus' Sayin'...

    They likely won’t get far, but their mere existence is a triumph.

  98. @Justvisiting

    Indeed, no one has a crystal ball. At some point, the map will find its own borders.

  99. There’s a typo in this headline:

    Glitzy Convention Conceals Emerging One-Party Tyranny

    It should read:

    Glitzy Convention Conceals Emerging One-Party Tranny

    • LOL: Zarathustra
    • Replies: @vot tak
  100. I’m 73 and have voted mainly for Democrats all my life, with the exceptions of some 3rd party Presidential candidates I’ve voted for. I’ve mainly gone to Democratic Party caucuses, exceptions being 1980 and 2012, when I supported Ron Paul. I will vote for no Democrats at any level in November and am running for Congress as the Grassroots – Legalize Cannabis candidate opposing the Republocrats, who are both war-mongering Washington insiders.

    • Thanks: Polemos
    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
  101. Anon[264] • Disclaimer says:
    @Peripatetic Itch

    Pretty much all genocidaires employ some version of the same strategy.

    Thank you.

  102. Agnostic says:

    “Then there is Gen. Powell, who, as a young major, made his bones by covering up the My Lai massacre.”

    The bit about My Lai is fascinating, do you have any sources, if I would like to reference it?

    • Replies: @Parsnipitous
  103. @Really No Shit

    I hope that you are right, RNS, and I would add that our resistance to lockdown and the police state will need more than white people and christians If it is to succeed in many parts of the country. Anyone who can think for himself and is willing to assert and demand his freedom back, whatever his race or religion, we need him.

    But if even our people are too irrational, willfully medically ignorant, and afraid to even attend church without wearing masks and engaging in anti-social distancing, how will they revolt?

    First stop wearing the face-diapers whenever possible, then tell your pastor/priest to defy these restrictions or you switch to a church that does. Tell your dentist, doctor, hairstylist, gym, etc., the same thing, then switch if at all possible (if this requires a lot of driving, so be it).

    Tell store security and police that there is no “law” (statute) requiring the wearing of masks and anti-socal distancing.

    Get and carry a signed, recently dated, notarized letter from a medical doctor instructing you not to wear a mask.

    If we cannot even take these small peaceful steps, if we won’t even refrain from making things as easy and efficient as possible for the police state and the sheeple culture, where will a revolt come from?

    Take the masks off and don’t take flak from ignorant frightened people who don’t like it. Publicly praise and engage anyone, of any race, white, asian, latino, whatever, who is not wearing a mask. Stick up for each other against busybody harridans and security personnel.

    And get your kids or grandkids OUT of government schools before the truly creepy prison-school measures are implemented.

    • Replies: @Really No Shit
  104. @anti_republocrat

    You’re a good man.
    Which congressional district, please?

  105. jett says:

    “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. That, to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed. That, whenever any form of government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new government, laying its foundation on such principles, and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their safety and happiness.
    Prudence, indeed, will dictate that governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and, accordingly, all experience has shown, that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed.
    But, when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object, evinces a design to reduce them under absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such government, and to provide new guards for their future security.

  106. incitatus says:

    “Democrats are running on the same platform they ran on in 2016…style above substance, flashy optics above ideas or issues”

    True. DNC’s ‘touchy-feely’ (we are the world) embrace.

    Doubtless Trump’s GOP will run the 2016 ‘drain-the-swamp’ platform without mentioning he owns the gilded swamp. It will be all about victim/marty/crusader DJT (stable genius who started life with $400 million, went through 5+ bankruptcies (ruining subcontractors and creditors); Trump Airlines, Trump University, Trump Steaks, Trump Winery (“Welch’s’ Grape Jelly with Alcohol”), Trump ties, etc.

    Swamp? What swamp?

    A Deluxe King at Trump International Washington DC books for $695 night: most competition ranges $99-152, the legendary Hay-Adams (5-stars, on Lafayette Square) from $389. Best thing? Trump family stays involve Secret Service rooms charged the premium rate, to say nothing of GOP lap-dogs (funded by witless contributors). The term ‘money laundering’ comes to mind.

    “Democrats think that hollow tributes to “diversity” and “inclusion” will win the election…”

    Agree. It won’t.

    Dem’s should directly rebut Trump’s cheap immigration xenophobia by questioning chain-migration of 3rd wife Melania’s Knavs/Knauss retired Slovenian parents – what’s that all about? “Diversity” and “inclusion” of retired socialists? Father Victor “was in the League of Communists of Slovenia, which espoused a policy of state atheism”, after all. Are they now drawing Social Security and Medicare?

    “Democrats have abandoned white, working class voters opting instead for people of color.”

    Trump Organization (hotels, golf courses) routinely employs illegals and sponsors foreign H1B/H2B visa workers. People of color. All while Donald demonizes immigration. Is that OK?

    Then there’s Trump’s racial “China Virus” ploy to evade responsibility for his incompetent/non-existent COVID-19 response after saying:

    “I know more about viruses than anyone.” (DJT 20 Jan 2020);
    “We have it totally under control. It’s one person coming in from China. It’s going to be just fine.” (DJT 22 Jan 2020);
    “China has been working very hard to contain the Coronavirus. The United States greatly appreciates their efforts and transparency. It will all work out well. In particular, on behalf of the American People, I want to thank President Xi!.” (DJT 24 Jan 2020);

    If Trump adopted Taiwan’s policy, the US would have 6,657 COVID cases and 97 deaths (instead of 5,787,814 cases and 178,91 deaths). Trump’s history as a habitual bankrupt continues now with American victims, witness the brave (DJT 13 Mar 2020):

    “Yeah, no, I don’t take responsibility at all, because we were given a set of circumstances and we were given rules, regulations, and specifications from a different time. It wasn’t meant for this kind of an event [COVID-19] with the kind of numbers that we’re talking about.”

    Whatever that means.

    The guy in charge, confronted with failure, automatically off-loads guilt. How brave! Casino bankruptcies were great training.

    “Democrats have learned nothing from Hillary Clinton’s defeat in 2016”

    True. They should expose Trump’s record without mercy, without rancor. Doubt they will.

    Independents are key.

    • Agree: Daniel Rich
    • Replies: @Zarathustra
    , @Wally
  107. @Mefobills

    If the presidential election is thrown to the House, the Twelfth Amendment provides that each State’s delegation gets one vote. (DC, thankfully, doesn’t get a vote.) Thus more likely that they re-elect Trump.

    The House is allowed to choose the president only from the top three ELECTORAL-vote getters, presumably Trump, Biden, and either the Libertarian Party or Green Party candidate.

    But here is a bizarre possibility: the Senate picks the VP, each Senator getting one vote. It seems reasonably likely that fhe Dems will retake the senate in november. We could get Trump / Kamala Harris.

  108. vot tak says:
    @Daniel Rich

    I suspect the tranny aspect pertains more to the author of the article, than anything else. Neocons are very confused critters…* ;-D

    *Those who engage professional psywar in the service of israel, such as whitney, are actually more than confused. These are criminal psychopaths.

    • Replies: @Daniel Rich
  109. @Agnostic

    It’s even on his Wikipedia page

  110. aandrews says:

    What the Unholy Left-Right Alliance Undermining Immigration Enforcement Means for the 2020 Election

    The Democrats’ 2020 choice for vice-president of the United States is Kamala Harris, a U.S. senator from California who has compared our courageous, underpaid, overworked, and often Latino, Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents to the Ku Klux Klan. How did we get here exactly?

  111. Anon1453 says:

    That’s a good analysis. Clearly the beatings will continue until morale improves. Will GloboCap try to reign in the madness once they crush the populists? Or do they double down and go full Scorched Earth from now on?

  112. Paul C. says:

    Do you mind saying where in the Caribbean? If you’d rather not, no worries. Perhaps you can suggest a few Caribbean countries that one should consider? I assume from a safety and quality of life point of view, there are considerable differences. Do you have any concerns with the gov’t there or the gov’t being strong-armed by the US to enact the same sort of treatment that we’re now living with, with worse to come?

    Anna Von Reitz is organizing an effort to get American patriots to stand up our lawful government

    to replace the British Services Corporation (controlled by Rothschild) which has been impersonating it since 1870. De Facto versus De Jure. If we can stand up Common Law Courts, fill State Assemblies and get the Sheriff’s educated, we might be able to turn the tide. However, given the speed at which events are happening, considering an alternate to the US is prudent. I will not be injected with their poisons and unless things change fast, this will be a requirement enforced by corporations and the state.

    Unfortunately our populace is fast asleep and hypnotized by the R & D show (Left/right paradigm). Yes, I side with the right but the right isn’t real, so what’s the point. Someone pointed out the other day that Tucker Carson is wearing the red Kabbalah wrist string. If that doesn’t wake us up, what will? The South Dakota governor is somewhat promising so hope isn’t dead, but is on life support.

    Where are the conservatives, libertarians and constitutionalists? Even liberals 50 years ago were anti-war. Now they’re pro-war, lacking any morals and continue to be pro-communism. In their defense, the communist message is what our gov’t, MSM, higher education and the controlled (masonic) corporations espouse. They’re just sponges regurgitating their programming.

    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
    , @RoatanBill
  113. Athena says:

    Mrs Sibel Edmonds on the Democrats HATERS:

    – They HATE your FLAG

    – They HATE YOU



    – They HATE the United States ANTHEM

    – They HATE your religion


    – They created BLM and ISIS

    – Therefore, BE ON THE RIGHT SIDE.

  114. Alden says:

    IBEW forever. What I like is how many replaced by Indian and Chinese HI B American electrical engineers took the exam, joined IBEW and worked as much as they wanted till retirement.

  115. Anonymous[190] • Disclaimer says:

    I do not think that the country will be better off when Blacks take over, which is what Democrats seem to want.

    Blacks usually cannot even straighten out their own neighborhoods. Sorry to say that.

    The elephant in the room is the Jewish lobby, most of which seems to want Democrats to win.

    Jews generally push a liberal domestic policy, and they get the US involved in foreign wars.

    When are White Christians going to say “enough”? I think we are weak. Where is the pushback?

    • Replies: @civiletti
  116. @Paul C.

    The Dems, or self-identified “liberals”, don’t actually favor or claim to favor communism. They don’t typically favor socialism, either.

    What they are helping to put into place will give us Soviet-level surveillance, indoctrination, social control, and police power — much worse, in fact, thanks to new technologies — without even the guarantee of mediocre housing and medical care that the Soviet peoples had.

    Exploited and abused by banks and corporations AND treated like communist cattle. What a bright future we have in store, with the full support of most “liberals”, apparently.

  117. civiletti says:

    The Democratic Party is dominated by corporate interests and warmongers, but then, so is the GOP. Given the thorough awfulness of the Trump administration and the GOP-led senate’s acquiescence to spitting on the Constitution, the sensationalized critique here verges on unintentional comedy.

  118. civiletti says:

    When will bigots like you go away?

    • Replies: @Malla
  119. Alden says:
    @Peripatetic Itch

    Gun or rifle confiscation in the rural areas was one of the first things the French revolutionaries implemented. It didn’t work. The counter revolutionaries just hid their guns and waited to use them.

    Hand guns became known as little equalizers in Europe in the 1500s. Because swords daggers knives Spears cross and long bows all required strength and years of training. But guns? Just point and shoot. Guns are very democratic. Anyone can use them for self defense.

  120. @anarchyst

    Even if Germany actually needed to spend more on its defense, it will not. It will, however, keep importing hostile Islamic and African colonizers and breaking the bank to subsidize every aspect of their lives, and their children’s lives, and grandchildren’s lives. (Boy I’m proud we don’t do that for any hostile dimwitted deadweight-loss African fifth column in OUR midst. We are so much more prudent and ballsy than Germany.)

  121. The Democrats have abandoned white, working class…

    So have the republicans. White working class people aren’t important to politicians at all. GOP politicians pretend to care what happens to that demographic, while the democrats are openly hostile, but neither party sees any value in the working class of any race.

    That could be because politicians, living as they do in a world of their own imagining, think that working people are a vanishing class and can be replaced by automation in manufacturing and are interchangeable with illegal or semi-legal immigrants.

    That attitude has led to the destruction of several areas of American industry and the political class seems not to realize that fact, or if they do realize it, seem not to think it matters.

  122. @aandrews

    “Out of your house and into the street, or else” might be good advice for the normal people left in the usa too, of all races, together against the globalists, police-state maniacs, and plutocrats whether supposedly “left” or “right.”

  123. @incitatus

    Yes you are always right. In every detailed analysis.
    But Trump is seriously working on trade imbalances. Those are the greatest danger to the value of the dollar. If Trump is succeeding bringing back jobs home, than anything else is only slight collateral damage. I did not hear any democrats even talking about trade deficits and the danger of growing debt. Obama has added to national debt equal volume as of all president before him.
    Trump did slowed down the grow of debt, But now with corona virus the debt curve started to grow more rapidly.
    Democrats always spend money as drunken sailors, so from economic and financial point of view things do not look rosy for US.

    • Replies: @incitatus
  124. Polemos says:

    Post a link to the patent or to the material where you learned about this patent, please. 👍

    • Agree: Black Picard
  125. @Paul C.

    I’m on the island of Roatan, an island you probably never heard of or else you would have gotten that from my pseudonym on this site. That’s Roatan, Honduras. I moved from the US to Honduras to get away from an overbearing gov’t.

    Now I know what your immediate impression is. Trust me, it’s false. The island was British and was handed over to Honduras a long time ago. The locals speak English or else I wouldn’t be here as the only Spanish I speak is ‘Cervesa por favor’ and ‘Una mas, por favor’.

    Roatan is the above water projection of the 2nd largest barrier reef in the world and, as a scuba diver, is how I learned of the place and spent time here on several vacations. There are 2 cruise ship docks and 1 international airport. There are numerous $Million homes as well as slums, just like everywhere else. The US and Canadian expat population is huge. Most of the businesses are owned by expats and the prominent island families like the Hyde’s, McNabb’s, Jackson’s, Woods, etc.

    My wife and I have (had) businesses here. We’ve been shut down since mid March. The same craziness that infects the US is rampant here also. Since the island economy runs on tourism, it no longer has much of an economy. We’ve been to most of the islands in the Caribbean and South Pacific and they are all in the same boat. They all rely heavily on tourism and now there isn’t any until the face diaper craze subsides. That will take years in my opinion.

    The US has resources, the reserve currency printing press, that can be used to fulfill their evil wishes. Honduras is very short on resources. I don’t normally feel the presence of any gov’t here. There are no stop lights, no stop signs, no cops chasing me with radar guns. Over the years, we’ve had Honduran Supreme Court justices, one President, all local mayors and island governors frequent our businesses. I say hello to them in the supermarket on occasion. Once a year I renew my residency and drivers license and that’s about the extent of my contact with gov’t. I’ve been to mainland Honduras a few times and it is not a place where I’d like to spend a night.

    Right now, there is no place on the planet that wants you as a resident unless you have a few hundred thousand to a few million to spend to purchase their citizenship and that usually takes a year of visits, paperwork, lawyers, etc. Although I believe the presenter is a snake, view some of the YouTube videos from Nomad Capitalist. His information is largely accurate from my experience.

    Let me make my point of view concerning Anna perfectly clear – she’s pissing into the wind. I wouldn’t waste one second trying something that requires gov’t to chastise itself and voluntarily surrender its power. That’s delusional to just plain stupid.

    I assume you know who James Corbett is. He has his head screwed on straight.

    I doubt anyone will be going anywhere for quite some time. You and I are stuck where we are. As economies all over the world fail and people go hungry, they will make their demands known. People want to go back to work and resume their lives. That force can only be resisted with totalitarianism. Is that the future? It may be, especially in the US, where the bulk of the population is as dumb as a stump politically and monetarily.

    The focus of this fiasco is the US due to the Dollar. I suspect dollars to rush into the US via two mechanisms. Many gov’ts will increase their de-dollarization programs due to the threat of sanctions. Those dollars will find their way back home to increase price inflation (more $ chasing a static or reducing level of goods). Investment dollars will also flood in because the US is perceived to be the cleanest dirty shirt in the laundry basket; also price inflationary. The stock market will continue to rocket higher and then one day, it will run out of fuel. That’s the day when things get real in the US as the domino effect ripples failure throughout the system. Expect bank nationalization, capital controls, restrictions on withdrawals, export/import controls and soldiers on the streets in the major cities.

    • Agree: Black Picard
    • Replies: @Paul C.
  126. Malla says:

    That would make the world’s majority population.

  127. @RadicalCenter

    It sounds like a solid advice …

  128. @Wally

    ” . . . such desperate neo-Marxist actions would not occur against Trump and his Republican supporters.

    Ah yes, another Democrat – neo-Marxist run city, Denver, now rioting.”

    It appears that ‘such desperate neo-Marxist actions are talking place, not against ‘Trump and his Republicans’, but against a ‘Democrat – neo-Marxist run city, Denver’?

    • Replies: @Wally
  129. @GreatSocialist

    “Is there any clown shit-show better than this?”

    Apparently you were watching Bones reruns last week instead of the DNC convention.

  130. Wally says:
    @James Charles

    Only neo-Marxist run cities like Denver allow & excuse rioting, hence the violence keeps going.

    Pay attention.

    • Replies: @James Charles
  131. Wally says:

    More Incitatus BS. He said:
    “Doubtless Trump’s GOP will run the 2016 ‘drain-the-swamp’ platform without mentioning he owns the gilded swamp.”
    – LOL. That must be why The Swamp so desperately wants Trump out at any costs.
    – Zionist Incitatus is all for illegal immigration into the US as long as there is Jews Only immigration into “that shitty little country” / ‘Israel’.
    – Incitatus lies about Trump’s alleged willful hiring of illegal aliens:
    – Dishonest Incitatus recites bogus CV19 numbers:
    From COVID to Climate Change: Scientific Fraud to Serve Globalism:
    COVID Case Numbers Far Lower Than Claimed:
    President Trump’s Handling of The Virus :
    CDC Chief Agrees There’s ‘Perverse’ Economic ‘Incentive’ for Hospitals to Inflate Coronavirus Deaths

    • Replies: @incitatus
  132. SC Rebel says:

    Unfortunately, many evangelical churches have been infested with the Woke virus, including the SBC.

    So, no you can’t count on evangelicals, I’m sorry to say.

  133. @Wally

    “Only neo-Marxist run cities like Denver allow & excuse rioting, hence the violence keeps going.”

    To the advantage of D.J.T..

    Pay attention.

    • Replies: @Ash Williams
  134. @vot tak

    “Those who engage professional psywar in the service of israel, such as whitney, are actually more than confused. These are criminal psychopaths.”

    Anyone who sits with Occupied Palestine anywhere, sits with the dark force/s. Only the truth will bring light into this darkness, but, of course, it is not allowed to do so. The power of Propaganda and owning most of MSM will see to that.

    However, they won’t be able to plaster up all the cracks that are appearing all over the place [aka The Internet]. Hopefully those cracks will turn into a rift and suck all the darkness and evil devils down with it.

    [am a board-certified heretic, no worries :o]

  135. Paul C. says:

    Roatan, Honduras

    The pictures look very nice (Coxen Hole).

    My wife and I have (had) businesses here. We’ve been shut down since mid March.

    Sorry to hear that. The ability to earn a living is one of the big challenges for someone considering leaving the US if it’s even possible at this point, as you say.

    Once a year I renew my residency and drivers license and that’s about the extent of my contact with gov’t.

    That’s a beautiful thing! Because you’re on an island, sparsely populated and live with them, it’s likely they’re just like us wanting to enjoy life.

    Nomad Capitalist.

    I’ll check out his site. I have heard Deborah Tavares say that some Americans are being asset stripped overseas. I don’t know how common this is. A country is only as good as the government that’s in power I suppose.

    You and I are stuck where we are.

    This is likely the case. I’m preparing a move within the US to a more secure and like-minded area, where the real estate and cost of living is considerably lower. But Mexico has been on my mind as a possibility, if I was to leave the US. I imagine the Caribbean could be a good option because it’s small and relatively unimportant on the world scene, thus not in the crosshairs.

    Expect bank nationalization, capital controls, restrictions on withdrawals

    There’s a lot of possible scenarios that can play out and none look good.

    I’m surprise by your comment about Anna and I’m wondering if you don’t have the full picture on her. She filed an estate claim and lien against the Pope (and the pharisees, freemasons & satanic clique that runs the Vatican including the Rothschild bankers).

    She’s documented their crimes against humanity and asked them to stand down and self correct. There’s nothing wrong with trying this approach. Similar to when a cop reveals that he has the goods on the criminal and says time to come clean if you want to save what’s left of your life. She’s been ignored which is not surprising. However, she’s been banging the drum for years asking us patriots to stand up our actual government. Starting at the State Assembly level and to restore common law courts so we have jurisdiction to try the criminals partaking in our illegitimate government (same in Australia and most countries). The Services Corporation running our government doesn’t have the authority to operate as our government and Anna cites the actual contract stating the limit to their authority. She and her network have been informing the Sheriff’s, who are key to the overall plan. We’ve been conned since birth (and before). I wish every American would read this:

    In no way is she saying not to resist. She’s saying we all need to get in the face of our “so called” public officials and push back. If you look at her body of work, she’s laid out the crime is vivid detail for all to understand. She posts articles everyday (1 – 2660) in chronological order in the link below.

    She hosts a conference call every Monday night to help patriots organize and stand up our real government (which has been abandoned and replaced by the Services Corporation) at the grassroots level and they’ve established an organization across 50 states. I’m getting involved because what other option is there? Short of us hunting down the cabal individually which is also a scenario that may play out.

    I believe she’s an outstanding resource and patriot along the lines of Eustace Mullins.

    Thanks for your thoughtful reply. I appreciate it.

    • Agree: Black Picard
  136. @Paul C.

    If you’re looking at Mexico, try the Quintana Roo area or even Belize. You might want to become neighbors to Fred Reed also. Gringos get gringo prices for everything. We’re super rich, you know, so hiking prices is justified. The other thing you have to contend with is that the only thing the locals know how to do is concrete work. They are very good at it. Almost everything else you better be able to handle yourself unless you can find a gringo that has the expertise you need. There is a word for ‘maintenance’ in Spanish, but it apparently doesn’t have any real meaning. If you’re not handy with tools, get a condo and pay for shoddy maintenance.

    I have no clue who Anna is. I will research her for a bit just as a diversion. I had a good friend, Richard (Dick) Simkanin, that tried fighting the US gov’t on the income tax. The InfoWars site has the best description of what happened to him, but even that isn’t completely true. Other sites are pure gov’t propaganda about him and his quest for justice.

    I saw all his ‘proof’ and had to agree he was correct in his assertions, but he ended up in a federal penitentiary and died there. He spent a fortune on researchers and lawyers to discover his position. He was a multi millionaire that took out full page color ads in various national newspapers challenging the Fed Gov to show him where the law states he owed income tax and boldly proclaimed he wasn’t paying until that proof is brought forth. There is no such law that I can find and the Amendment to the Constitution was never verifiably ratified.

    I tried to convince him to move his injection molding plastics business (Arrow Custom Plastics) to Mexico and use his twin engine plane to move materials between DFW and Mexico so he could keep his machine shop and employees in the US. His response was that he wants his day in court to prove his point and that he was an American and not running away. He got his day in court where he was forbidden to even speak towards the end. He was a Christian and didn’t have a malicious bone in his body and the Fed Gov killed him by denying him medical treatment. That was the last straw for me.

    Patriotism and nationalism are mental disorders that the DSM has yet to diagnose.

  137. @Paul C.

    Coxen Hole is one of the armpits of the island; there are several ‘barrio’ areas, essentially slums. Look up Parrot Tree, Pristine Bay, Pineapple Villas, Infinity Bay to see the higher end. Remax Real Estate on the island is also a good reference.

  138. Hegar says:

    Discussing the party conventions is a White thing.

    Discussing corona’s effect on the economy is a White thing.

    None of these matter.

    What matters is that non-Whites always vote for the socialist parties, all over the West. And Florida was flooded by socialist Puerto Ricans after the hurricane, when the ‘Rican governor let the water and other aid rot on the tarmac, so people would leave. Also, felons can now vote in Florida, and Black felons vote socialist, period. Trump can’t win Florida again. And Trump can’t win the election without Florida.

    Focus on what matters. Realize that Trump is going to lose and prepare for that. It’s all anti-White socialist California from here on out.

  139. artichoke says:

    Speaking of that wonderful motto of freedom …

    “Mens et Manus” used to be the motto of that trade school on the Charles, MIT. Craft was highly honored there, as well as the very best understanding of theory. They taught self-reliance. And MIT changed the world.

    Now they’ve retired the old logo for a new weird looking one, I don’t see that motto anymore, and they no longer teach self reliance. They have a president who took Epstein money and tried to hide it, and the board, called the MIT Corporation, is full of lefties. Out of the new MIT came Obamacare (along with the excuse that it was a trick) and a constant stream of essentially anti-Trump propaganda.

    • Replies: @turtle
  140. Durruti says:

    Yes, but the coup was bi-partisan, and will continue regardless of whether Trump wins or not. It’s been planned for years [see the Rockefeller Foundations “Operation Lockstep”{2010}

    The coup was on November 22, 1963.

    “Who do you serve?” Tolkien

    Democraps, Republicants, all serve the same master. The phony ‘election’ is a Hollywood production.

    This article & photo (of Mr. Pompous) will give the clue.

    Freedom is not Free. It must be Paid For!

    We must Restore Our Republic!

  141. incitatus says:

    “Yes you are always right”.

    Hope not – wouldn’t want to make the Gods jealous.

    “Trump is seriously working on trade imbalances.”

    I agree with Trump/Navarro’s attempt to reverse/reduce trade deficits and bring back manufacturing to the US. Democrats (Hillary Clinton) would probably have done nothing. But has DJT done it? He says yes:

    “A PROMISE KEPT: President Donald J. Trump is delivering on his promise to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) so all American workers can benefit.”

    Fgures argue otherwise (judge for yourself):

    • Trump/Navarro are responsible for a $251,711,000,000 deficit with Mexico 2017-2019: a 41.44% increase ($73,743,000,000) over the last three Obama years (2014-16, $177,968,000,000).

    • Trump/Navarro are responsible for a trade deficit of $1,140,567,000,000 with China, a 7.71% increase over Obama’s 2014-16 total ($1,058,971,000,000) Plus, Trump (who eschews socialism) has thrown $28,000,000,000 to farmers to buy silence while destroying their livelihood.

    • Trump/Navarro are responsible for a trade deficit of $2,521,173,000,000 with the world, a 13.81% increase over Obama’s 2014-16 total ($$2,215,292,000,000).

    Increases in trade deficits means the continued outflow of jobs. One could say it’s all in the (ever increasing) family, given US ‘multinational’ corporations that farm production/tax status/autonomy/irresponsibility world-wide. Many (GE, Amazon) pay no US tax at all. Try that with your local real estate taxes. Who maintains/improves physical infrastructure (roads/storm water drainage/water/sewerage/fire responders/police services? Peasants?

    “If Trump is succeeding bringing back jobs home, than anything else is only slight collateral damage.”

    Agree. Problem? He appears to be failing, regardless of the Kool-Aid. Doubt Dems would be better. That’s the problem (one of many).

    “Trump did slowed down the grow of debt, But now with corona virus the debt curve started to grow more rapidly.”

    Trump floated a $1,000,000,000,000 deficit (highest ever) thanks to his corporate tax breaks and obscene defense spending) prior to COVID-19. He has since tripled it. It will probably be the largest deficit (annual borrowing) in history.

    “I did not hear any democrats even talking about trade deficits and the danger of growing debt.”

    Agree. Always worried me. Imagine if T-Bill auctions become more costly (or none bid!), interest on the US Debt goes up, US becomes Argentina or Weimar, etc.

    Most say that’s not going to happen (though China is trying hard to displace the dollar). Like early Imperial Rome, the US is the standard that wags the world. Very sad, as it promotes incompetence and lunacy in the ruling class. More the point, it makes Americans stupid, indifferent to moral action, compliant to absurd rule.

    The greatest danger is to ourselves, a legacy of partisanship and profligate irresponsibility incapable of producing a sustainable future.

    • Replies: @Zarathustra
  142. incitatus says:

    ‘Doubtless Trump’s GOP will run the 2016 ‘drain-the-swamp’ platform without mentioning he owns the gilded swamp.”
    “– LOL. That must be why The Swamp so desperately wants Trump out at any costs.”

    Really? Trump owns it. How about 275 daytime visits to golf courses since inauguration, costing taxpayers $140,000,000?

    What about silver-spoon kids (Junior racked up $76,859.36 in Secret Service protection hunting rare giant sheep in Mongolia 2019). Aside from being employed/enriched by multiple-bankruptcy/bone-spurs dad, what are Junior’s accomplishments? Please be specific. After all, he was a star in the (fake-media?) GOP convention.

    “Zionist Incitatus is all for illegal immigration into the US as long as there is Jews Only immigration into “that shitty little country” / ‘Israel’.”

    Wally’s the gift that keeps giving. Quote anything I’ve posted favoring Israel, Zionism or illegal immigration. Keep asking, you never answer. Wonder why?

    Trump Organization has a history of hiring illegals/H1B/H2B foreign workers. One (illegal) went public and related DJT’s reliance on ‘Bronx Colors’ makeup. What kind of man uses makeup (and obvious hair dye, hair spray)? The words excessively vain and narcissist come to mind.

    As for Trump’s COVID-19 history, explain why the USA (4.25% of global population) has 25+% world cases, 22+% world deaths. Simple question. What’s your answer?

    By all means shout out to breitbart, lewrockwell, foxnews, Alex Jones, Infowars, Rush and the rest. Spare no expertise.

    Why (under Trump) has the USA suffered more COVID-19 cases and deaths and deaths than any other nation?

    Give us a hint, Wally.

  143. @incitatus

    Concerning China you are incorrect.
    Obama’s last year deficit was 367 billion.
    Trump’s last year deficit was 347billion.
    So the change is really minuscule. but still downward.
    Trump introduced tariffs relatively lately.
    If what you said was true why Chinese are complaining?

    • Replies: @incitatus
  144. @Paul C.

    I imagine the Caribbean could be a good option because it’s small and relatively unimportant on the world scene, thus not in the crosshairs.

    My parents used to take the family on vacations to various islands in my youth.

    For some reason I seem to be the only one in the family with the paranoid gene, but I had this nasty habit of looking into the eyes of the locals and reading their reactions.

    They do not like whitey.

    The Caribbean is _not_ a good option.

  145. turtle says:

    Professor L. Rafael Reif, President
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    77 Massachusetts Avenue
    Cambridge, MA 02139

    Dear President Reif:

    As an alumnus, I am very disturbed by the role ot M.I.T. in the dismissal of Father Daniel Moloney as Roman Catholic chaplain at M.I.T.

    Clearly, the Archdiocese of Boston is free to do as it likes. However, in this case, if information I have is correct, it appears to me that the sacking of Father Moloney was instigated by M.I.T., and the Archdiocese merely acquiesced to the wishes of the Institute.

    Quoting from an article in The American Conservative:

    “Suzy Nelson, an MIT vice president and dean for student life, sent an email to students calling Moloney’s comments ‘deeply disturbing.’ “

    I have read the full text of Father Moloney’s remarks. To my mind, Father Moloney’s statement appears to be well reasoned, even handed, and utterly appropriate.

    I am distressed that M.I.T. has apparently chosen to instigate a “hatchet job” on a religious advisor to a part of the M.I.T. community. Although I am not Roman Catholic, I unequivocally support the right of Father Moloney, or anyone else, to speak his mind and obey the dictates of his conscience.

    In the famous words of another clergyman:
    “They came first for the Communists, and I didn’t speak up because I wasn’t a Communist. Then they came for the Jews, and I didn’t speak up because I wasn’t a Jew. Then they came for the trade unionists, and I didn’t speak up because I wasn’t a trade unionist. Then they came for the Catholics, and I didn’t speak up because I was a Protestant. Then they came for me, and by that time no one was left to speak up.”

    I received no reply.

    • Replies: @artichoke
  146. incitatus says:

    “Concerning China you are incorrect. Obama’s last year deficit was 367 billion. Trump’s last year deficit was 347billion.”

    Nice cherry-picking. I compared both régimes over a three-year period Obama 2014-16 vs. 2017-19, which showed Trump increased the US-China deficit 7.71% and paid $28 billion to American farmers (Trump’s not a socialist?) to keep them quiet.

    Bottom line? Trump insists he’s reversed the imbalance and is bringing jobs back to America. How is that possible when, even the year you pick (2019) has a $345,204,200,000 (not the “$347 billion” you claim) deficit? Deficits mean jobs are still being sent overseas, nicht wahr?

    “So the change is really minuscule. but still downward.”

    Sorry. The 3-year trend continues upward – more jobs sent China (deficit up 7.71%), Mexico (deficit up 41.44%), World (deficit up 13.81). Is there a reason? Princess Ivanka Trump’s trademarks in China?

    “Trump introduced tariffs relatively lately.”

    Are they working? Why are American farmers on the dole?

    “If what you said was true why Chinese are complaining?”

    Deficits speak for themselves. Trump continues to send jobs abroad – especially Mexico (up 41.44%).

    As for Chinese complaints, maybe Xi Jinping doesn’t like being used as a phantom for DJT’s xenophobic self-preservation-no-responsibility agenda (blame everyone else. e.g. COVID on “China- Virus”). Had Trump replicated China’s metrics, the US would have 19,929 cases (instead of 5+ million) and 1,091 deaths (instead of 170,000). Trump blames China and the WHO.

    Or perhaps Xi Jinping didn’t fancy the “most beautiful piece of chocolate cake you’ve ever seen” served at Mar-a-Lago 13 Apr 2017 as Trump informed him 59 missiles had been launched against Syria “all of which hit, by the way, unbelievable, from, you know, hundreds of miles away, all of which hit, amazing…[military technology is] “so incredible. It’s brilliant. It’s genius.”

    Dinner and desert with a morbidly obese, multiple-bankrupt real-estate developer not up to the task of national leadership?

  147. @James Charles

    To the advantage of D.J.T..

    Pay attention.

    GloboHomo Inc. obviously thought the violence was to their advantage, up until today (when they finally realized it wasn’t).

    This wasn’t obvious to them from the start.

    Let that sink in.

    You’re welcome.

  148. The populist uprising of the recent years, Trump in America, the Austrian Freedom Party, Salvini in Italy, the gouvernments in Poland and Hungary, etc. caught the GloboCap establishment by surprise and sent shock waves through it, like the slave rebellion of Spartacus in Ancient Rome, which was extremely successful at its beginning. But after the rulers had come into the gears, they stroke back with immense brutality, crushed the Spartacus uprising and crucified enormous lots of rebelling slaves alongside the Via Appia. I fear something very similar is going to happen just now, ironically with the self-appointed speakers of the “slaves”, like e. g. BLM, as the most efficient flunkies of the establishment…

  149. @Really No Shit

    10 Commandments —are they valid?

    • Replies: @OttoVB
  150. What makes anyone think Trump won’t be the same, he’s on-board with Jewish Banking, my assumption for GlobalCap, he’s as controlled as the rest. They just have a bit tougher time but he endorsed the fake virus and mask-wearing! That’s control if I’ve ever seen!

  151. OttoVB says:

    No! These are rules for Christians written by Jews.

    • Replies: @artichoke
  152. artichoke says:

    Thank you, and I too will follow up with Reif. I was going to try to persuade the MIT Corporation to replace him after learning that he hid the Epstein money, but after I got a look at the membership I understood that he’s there with their total blessing and support.

  153. artichoke says:

    So in your view the book of Exodus came after the beginning of Christianity? Try harder next time.

  154. Corey says: • Website

    Excellent article. I will be going through some of these issues as well..

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