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“April is the cruelest month,” wrote T. S. Eliot in the opening line of what is regarded as his greatest poem, “The Waste Land.”

For President Joe Biden, the cruelest month is surely August of 2021, which is now mercifully ending.

When has a president had a worse month?

On the last Sunday in August, Biden watched solemnly, hand over heart, as the coffins of the American dead in the Kabul airport terrorist massacre of Thursday were carried off the plane at Dover.

The American dead had been carrying out an evacuation of U.S. citizens and Afghan allies from America’s lost war, a defeat dealt to us by the same Taliban we ejected from power in 2001 for providing sanctuary for the al-Qaida terrorists of 9/11.

We have lost our longest war, and the triumphant Taliban are now back in power and presiding over and assisting our departure from Kabul.

When the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan is complete Tuesday, the fate of the hundreds of U.S. citizens and thousands of Afghan allies we leave behind will be decided by the jihadists we have been fighting for two decades.

Throughout the Biden presidency, we will be reading of, hearing of and being witness to the evidence of their fates.

That same noon hour on Sunday that Biden honored the fallen at Dover, Hurricane Ida was coming ashore. Ida’s 150-mile-an-hour winds were raking the same Louisiana coast that Hurricane Katrina hit 16 years ago.

By nightfall Sunday, a million residents in and around New Orleans had lost all power, for days and perhaps for weeks.

In this same August, the U.S. moved ever deeper into the fourth wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, with new infections, new hospitalizations and new deaths approaching the numbers they had reached at their worst last winter.

August also brought hundreds of thousands more illegal aliens across our southern border in the largest peacetime migrant invasion in memory.

Most of these millions are coming for a better life. Yet, among their numbers are the criminals and rapists who have assaulted women and girls in the exodus, and not a few foreign enemies coming with the intent to bring the war on terror home to these United States.

So it was that, in the first August of the Biden presidency, the U.S. suffered defeat in its longest war, underwent a humiliating evacuation under the guns of its enemies, continued to endure the worst plague in 100 years, and saw an invasion of its southern border by illegal migrants that called into question whether we Americans retain the resolve to preserve our country.

Nor is this all. In this August of 2021, American politics seem at their most poisonous.

ORDER IT NOW

Race relations are as raw as they have been since the ’60s. In the wake of George Floyd’s death under the knee of a Minneapolis cop, an outpouring of hostility against police has brought record retirements and resignations by cops across the country. Result: an unprecedented surge in urban shootings and killings, with children prominent among the victims.

When President John F. Kennedy gave his approval for the invasion of Fidel Castro’s Cuba that ended in the Bay of Pigs debacle, Americans rallied behind Kennedy because, though he had blundered badly, he was our president, the personification of America’s nationhood. His support soared to 80%.

We were one nation then, and one people. And today? Demands are being heard for the impeachment or resignation of Biden.

This piling on of the president is surely in part payback for what the Democrats did to former President Donald Trump.

Two weeks before Biden took the oath, a mob had invaded the Capitol to protest his formal certification as president.

For that mob intrusion, Trump was impeached a second time for what was variously described as “inciting insurrection,” “an attempted coup,” “domestic terrorism,” “treason” and mounting a mortal threat to “our democracy.”

“There is a great deal of ruin in a nation,” Adam Smith’s observation after the British lost the decisive Battle of Saratoga, is often invoked these days.

And justifiably so. For how much ruin can a nation endure and remain a nation? How much of this can we sustain and survive — at a time when we are carrying the burden of the defense of our allies in Europe, the Middle East and East Asia against a gathering modern axis of Russia and China, which our own interventionist policies helped to bring into being?

Our media are as partisan as they have been in our lifetimes. Our cultural elites endlessly mock the traditional values and beliefs of Middle America. Our national parties appear ever at sword’s point.

Our goal, it is said, is to ever move “toward a more perfect union.”

Does it seem like that is the direction where we are heading?

Are the divisions between us becoming too great for us to remain one nation and one people?

Patrick J. Buchanan is the author of “Nixon’s White House Wars: The Battles That Made and Broke a President and Divided America Forever.”

 
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  1. gay troll says:

    Looking forward to being governed by the least popular candidate in the Democratic primary for the next 11 years.

    • Replies: @tomgreg
  2. tyrone says:

    All that plus an illegitimate presidency via a stolen election…….I just wish the republicans could find their tiny tiny balls.

    • Agree: sulu
  3. Anon[271] • Disclaimer says:

    the same Taliban we ejected from power in 2001 for providing sanctuary for the al-Qaida terrorists of 9/11

    The point where I stopped reading and won’t bother reading this “writer” again. It’s both a shame and shameful what he has become and it’s high time to give it up completely.

    • Replies: @follyofwar
  4. Franz says:

    a defeat dealt to us by the same Taliban we ejected from power in 2001 for providing sanctuary for the al-Qaida terrorists of 9/11.

    Pat, come on. The terrorists if 9/11 made an appearance on Israeli television long time back telling us they were here to “document the event.” An event maybe they were in on.

    That was the same day America and Israel’s permanent War Establishment sanctioned a 20 year spending spree that turned the millionaire class into the billionaire class. Can’t call that nothing, but we need to keep it in mind.

    • Replies: @SMK
  5. JimDandy says:

    Are the divisions between us becoming too great for us to remain one nation and one people?

    Nah, the kind of techno-authoritarian neo-fascism they’re cooking up can absolutely keep us together in one house. Most prisons are quite fractious, but they keep on functioning. As prisons.

    • Replies: @Pissedoffalese
  6. Dumbo says:

    This is all intended. They want ruin and panic, otherwise, they wouldn’t push the policies they do.

    Also, “Biden” could just as well be substituted by an actual ventriloquist puppet, or CGI. He doesn’t command in any way. It’s pathetic and embarrassing to watch him “cry” for the dead soldiers and promise “revenge”.

    Didn’t they try CGI with that supposed “Youtube shooter”, a few years ago? It was clearly CGI.

  7. OK, fess up guys — who gave Pat the Big Book of Gratuitous Quotes for Christmas last year?

    “You cannot say, or guess, for you know only

    A heap of broken images”

  8. mijj says:

    > “at a time when we are carrying the burden of the defense of our allies in Europe, the Middle East and East Asia against a gathering modern axis of Russia and China”

    .. without the USA’s valuable belligerent paranoid psycho guidance we will have to resort to peaceful and fruitful co-existence

    • Replies: @Rurik
    , @Pissedoffalese
  9. Rich says:

    We have to hope that the Anglo-Zionists who run America are as smart as they claim to be and that they stop creating unnecessary problems domestically. If they cracked down on crime , locked up criminals for long sentences and made the streets safe, they could carry on all the foreign adventures and degeneracy their cold black hearts desired. As they foment unnecessary unrest at home, they risk losing their position at the top. They’re supposed to be a crew of geniuses, we’ll see what they do next.

    • LOL: follyofwar
  10. Wokechoke says:

    Biden is the least inspiring leader I’ve ever seen. It is very dangerous to have such a husk in charge.

  11. @tyrone

    They need only come up with a pair of dingleberries for the 2024 Most Important Election Ever.

  12. @Anon

    I agree, but just can’t help myself. I keep hoping hopelessly that the old Pat Buchanan will come back. But the man is 4 years older than Biden, who is obviously out of his mind. I’m starting to agree with those doubters who think someone else is writing his columns. Does Pat, who used to be a fixture on cable news programs, even appear on TV anymore?

  13. “This piling on of the president is surely in part payback for what the Democrats did to former President Donald Trump” says article.

    There was never going to be a successful impeachment of Donald Trump, it was a gesture. Gestures only advance politicians. We are not a serious country, but fickle Multimillion dollar news networks, unfortunately rudder the nation’s direction. Argue anti-interventionism all you want. It was a complete and utter miscalculation of Afghan military strength. The politicians where left hanging from this blitzreig.

  14. Rurik says:
    @mijj

    a gathering modern axis of Russia and China”

    … have to resort to peaceful and fruitful co-existence

    Where have I heard appeasement before?!

    I see six million was not enough for you!

    • Replies: @El Dato
    , @Bill Jones
  15. Reading says:

    I am a reader of machine translation with low education. Sorry for my poor English..
    Why would the Empire fight its own plantations? China is nothing but the yellow slave plantation of the American Empire.. Empire through holding. Production equipment patent software patent market access standards. International legal services. China and the United States produced 1 dollar of goods and guaranteed 70% of the profits of the imperial aristocracy.. Goods produced are circulated in dollars. Every transaction in dollars guaranteed the empire’s seigniorage.. The yellow slaves of the empire are far away… With \$300- \$500 for food. Why does China lead the world in limb replantation? Because the slaves were breaking too many. Doctors trained too much. China shut down its nuclear facilities after opening them to imperial inspectors. And provided the names of 2,000 nuclear scientists… Like a wild dog showing his belly to the king of dogs.. In less than 10 years, drove plantation slaves to this… Not even a few yellow comprador tickets in the Imperial Ark.. Are you really that ruthless about genocide?

  16. Cking says:

    Gee, at this point with all that we now know, we all agree, the American people had a perfect right to confront the 1/6 US Congress that surely stole the landslide victory given to President Trump by the US citizenry, at the Capitol building.

    America did not lose the war to the Taliban; the Afghan War was very profitable for the Wall St. bankers, the MIC and benefited Israel, the British and the French. Opium production provided the Ancient Families with their age-old invisible income. The present Taliban leadership probably agreed not to impede that special produce for export. Wars carry out mass-murder offensives, loot the US Treasury and the American people’s Main St. economy.

    The pile on of Joe Biden, a servant of Israel, makes no sense; unless people thought Biden had to be softened up in preparation for Israel’s PM visit. Rationally, the United States spent quite enough in Afghanistan and no more. The mishaps and murders of American workers and military personnel are regrettable and yet foreseeable. Someone had to show us the Taliban are not up for the job, but nation building was never really on the table, we leave nations a wreck, Iraq, Syria, Libya, Ukraine, etc., it’s what we do. And so I fear the MSM, in this debacle, which does not scratch at what’s been going on for decades since 9/11, nothing compared to the phony 2020 election and the suspicious swearing in of Joe in a murky milieu, to cover up some other crime or looting scheme. The Covid-19 warfare offensive has not been recognized let alone examined for what it is. Simply, the Wall St. owned, two party political system, and the Federal Reserve Bank, have to be reorganized, There are no other options, and only the American people can perform that political intervention.

  17. The Woke US Military is going to be used to murder Native White Working Class Americans…and the US Military will do it on the basis of homo rights…surgically mutilated tranny freak “womyn” rights….Muslim Rights….

    You should have stated this in your three books Pat…your books never would have left the NYT bestseller list…instead you gave us bland policy wonk handouts from FAIR..numbersusa.com….and CIS…yawn…

  18. Trinity says:

    Why didn’t your beloved Ronnie Reagan or Richard Nixon fix the problem LONG AGO, Pat?

    The Nixon-Billy Graham tape obviously shows Nixon was aware of the Jewish problem and so was “America’s Reverend.” Now don’t get me wrong, I have respect for the Reverend Billy Graham, but NO MAN OF GOD SHOULD EVER APOLOGIZE OR GROVEL FOR TELLING THE TRUTH. But I, too, have sinned so who am I to cast stones on a man as righteous as Mr. Graham. But the thing is this, of all the times to stand up and show courage in the SPIRITUAL battle of Good vs. Evil, in this one time, Mr. Graham failed miserably. I guess we all have come short and I don’t wish to dishonor the Reverend Billy Graham, he was human after all, but in this one instant of his life, he greatly disappointed me and many other Christians, White Americans and all those who stand for TRUTH. Perhaps, all those politicians who befriended Mr. Graham or was it the other way around, had a bad influence on Reverend Graham. It can happen when you hang out with people like politicians, drug addicts, seedy characters, etc.

    Did anyone actually STAND FOR TRUTH in Washington when you were milling around there, Pat? Or where they all playing roles like ACTORS?

  19. SMK says: • Website
    @Franz

    Why don’t all the Jew-hating and woman-hating lunatics who vitiate the comment section at Unz.com move to Afghanistan (where they can join the Taliban), Saudi Arabia, and Iran.

    The irony of this and many other comments by similar Jew-hating lunatics is that Pat has been vilified and demonized as an “anti-Semite” and even a “Nazi” and “fascist” for decades by left-liberals, Jewish and gentile, and “neoconservatives,” nearly all Jewish, for opposing wars on behalf of Israel and the power and influence of Jewish leftists and “neocons” and their sycophants like George W. Bush and Dick Cheney and other “cucks.”

    • Replies: @Wokechoke
    , @Franz
  20. The recent ruling by a Judge ordering Biden to re-instate Remain in Mexico and the Supreme Court’s refusal to stay said ruling gives Biden the opportunity to solve his self-inflicted disaster on the Southern border; he can tell the Open Borders crowd that he has to follow the law and make ”asylum seekers” wait in bad old dangerous Mexico instead of being released into the US to vanish and never be seen again; its clear from Alejandro Myorkas’ comments the border is becoming a concern even for Pro-illegal Biden; as for hurricane Ida Presidents cant control the weather but as long as Biden doesnt bungle the relief operation like George W Bush did in 2005 he should be fine; Pat ends with his frequent questioning of whether America can go on as one nation; we’re stuck together unfortunately; seccsesion is not possilbe i modern day America; and the Biden/Harris administration will continue to be the best campaign ad for the GOP going foward.

  21. KenH says:

    Result: an unprecedented surge in urban shootings and killings, with children prominent among the victims.

    And why should whites care? We’ve been treated to stories of black animals killing white kids most likely as a result of the 24/7 anti-white racial hatred pumped through the airwaves by Jewish media so I could give a damn when blacks are killing their own kids in reckless drive by shootings.

    American blacks have the best living conditions of any black population in the world yet they continue to invent reasons to hate whites and riot. It’s time whites start hating them back and rescinding all of the special rights and privileges that they don’t deserve. Affirmative action has to go but the GOP has formally surrendered on that issue like they have on so many issues.

  22. gT says:

    “when we are carrying the burden of the defense of our allies in Europe, the Middle East and East Asia against a gathering modern axis of Russia and China, which our own interventionist policies helped to bring into being”

    Who do America’s allies in Europe fear is going to invade them? Russia? The USSR had the manpower and materials to roll up Europe in a few weeks, Russia just doesn’t have that kind of wherewithal. So Europe is under no threat from Russia. Then who are America’s allies in the Middle East, Israel is not America’s ally but rather America’s boss, Saudi Arabia is just a bunch of crypto Jews as well. America’s allies in East Asia definitely have a threat in the form of China, who America’s “own interventionist policies helped to bring into being”. So America’s problems only exist in the East and the problem is of America’s own making.

    But I agree, things aren’t looking good for Biden and America. I wrote elsewhere that the Sitzkrieg (sitting war) after Biden’s coup would only last for 8 months, and what do you know, its now 8 months since Biden became president, so its about time things started hotting up for that retarded usurper.

  23. anon[364] • Disclaimer says:

    continued to endure the worst plague in 100 years,

    Let me fix it for you

    continued to endure the first and only fake plague in the known history of mankind,

  24. @follyofwar

    I haven’t seen him on the tube since John McLaughlin died.

  25. Wokechoke says:
    @SMK

    Many of these anti semites have been in these places. Thus the anti Semitism.

  26. SafeNow says:
    @follyofwar

    “I’m starting to agree with those doubters who think someone else is writing his columns.”

    Maybe, Folly. But the essay begins with a reference to The Waste Land. The traditional literary Canon has been “refreshed,” and it is quite possible that a young neckbeard ghost writer would not have heard of that poem. Or T.S. Eliot. I remember that a few years ago, Dan Henninger of the Wall Street Journal wrote “the poet, T. S. Eliot.” Henninger recognized that even a Wall Street Journal audience (young members) might not have heard of T.S.

    Anyway, I think the most important anti-Ghostwriter factor is that these essays contain a great deal of insightful historical perspective.

  27. @follyofwar

    I don’t know this for a fact of course but–I suspect that his columns are ghosted. He merely signs off on ’em. This isn’t unusual. There were rumors that in his declining years Drew Pearson’s columns were being ghosted by Jack Anderson.

  28. @mijj

    Shame, huh?

    They’re, however, gonna gear up for the next war to make stupid Americans forget about the one we just lost. Iran, most like, since whatshisfuck from Israel is/was here making noises and AIPAC is on the case. I’d like to see Israel start something and get bombed to shit by Iran, Hamas, Hezbollah, and any others who lost kids and other relatives come and join the party.

    Of course we’d have to go in and rescue them, but maybe not so easy. Of course, if they were “driven into the sea,” we’d have to take a zillion Israeli refugees, because six million, so maybe not a good plan. I don’t see them using nukes, but anything’s possible. On the way out, they might press the button, but not if they wanted to continue living in the neighborhood, and who’d wanna take them in after that? Be worse than Nazi ratlines to South America.

    I read James Michner’s “Caravans” when I was about 14, and that may be a stupid thing to base predictions on, but I got it right. I knew 20 years ago we were gonna get our asses handed to us, doesn’t matter by Taliban or whomever, just that our ass was plopped into the slow-cooker in 2001. The timer just went off, and they stuck a fork in it. As the Afghanis say, “They (USA) have the watches, we (Afghanis) have the time”.

    We shall see.

  29. Some blogger wrote that , “Biden was installed like a toilet is installed.” I could not agree more. Here is a guy who came in almost last in the Democratic primaries. His vice President didn’t even come in but quit for lack of support. It’s insulting to millions of people, every time he comes on.

  30. Antipodes says:

    JFK didn’t approve of the invasion of Cuba, as you are doubtless aware.

    That was Allen Dulles’ ‘adventure’

    Why the blatant obfuscation, Mr. Buchanan?

  31. cassandra says:

    For how much ruin can a nation endure and remain a nation? How much of this can we sustain and survive — at a time when we are carrying the burden of the defense of our allies in Europe, the Middle East and East Asia against a gathering modern axis of Russia and China, which our own interventionist policies helped to bring into being?

    Our media are as partisan as they have been in our lifetimes. Our cultural elites endlessly mock the traditional values and beliefs of Middle America. Our national parties appear ever at sword’s point.

    Mission accomplished: the pattern in today’s political world isn’t to maintain and develop a nation or culture, but to dominate a civilization. A dystopian system based on fear, deception and manipulation is much easier to rule than one peopled with individuals with a strong sense of fairness, independence and self-esteem. We’re living in an Idiocracy, but without the sense of humor.

  32. Incitatus says:

    “We have lost our longest war, and the triumphant Taliban are now back in power and presiding over and assisting our departure from Kabul. When the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan is complete Tuesday, the fate of the hundreds of U.S. citizens and thousands of Afghan allies we leave behind will be decided by the jihadists we have been fighting for two decades.”

    Thank Donald J Trump and Mike Pompeo for surrendering to the Taliban 29 Feb 2020 in their “Agreement for Bringing Peace to Afghanistan” (45’s ‘Munich Moment’ excluded our allied native government in negotiations and released thousands of terrorist Taliban from prison, including top Mullah Abdul Ghani Barador).

    Trust Trump now to second-guess withdrawl he not only precipitated, but promised would be delivered in April while doing nothing to facilitate. It’s vintage Trump. Listen to his ‘leadership’ on COVID-19:

    “I know more about viruses than anyone.” DJT 20 Jan 2020;

    “We have it [COVID-19] 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;

    The 15 (cases in the US) within a couple of days is going to be down to close to zero…We’re going very substantially down, not up…Also This is a flu. This is like a flu; Now, you treat this like a flu; it’s a little like the regular flu that we have flu shots for. And we’ll essentially have a flu shot for this in a fairly quick manner” DJT 26 Feb 2020;

    “One day it’s like a miracle, it will disappear.” DJT 27 Feb 2020;

    “The Democrats are politicizing the coronavirus… They tried the impeachment hoax. This is their new hoax.” DJT 28 Feb 2020;

    The Trump China travel ban (31 Jan 2020) didn’t include US Nationals, Green Card Holders and families. 40,000+ arrived in the US February through March without testing, tracking or isolation. Meanwhile, Trump revealed – contrary to his public stance – COVID was extremely lethal to celebrity author Bob Woodward. Is that called lying Pat?

    Over 640,000 have died from “the flu” absent the “miracle’ 45 and the GOP promised.

    All while eschewing masks (was he was afraid of disturbing the ‘Bronx Colors’ tan face makeup he applies every day – his illegal immigrant maid in NJ complained it stained his shirts?).

    Or was the opportunity to screw hardest-hit blue states (NY, NY, CT, MA) too attractive (KY welfare king Mitch warned against ‘Blue State Bail Outs’)? If lucky, the GOP would see COVID decimate ‘socialist’ Blue states (killing Democrats). The golden goose: eight states pay more Federal tax than they receive back – NY, NJ, CT, MA, CA, MN, CO, UT – seven are Blue, only UT is red; all the rest are welfare states; Kentucky gets \$63.2 billion more than it pays, \$2.89 for every tax dollar, \$14,153 per ‘free, proud patriot’ welfare Kentuckian).

    “Most of these millions [illegal aliens] are coming for a better life. Yet, among their numbers are the criminals and rapists who have assaulted women and girls in the exodus, and not a few foreign enemies coming with the intent to bring the war on terror home to these United States.”

    Why should assaulting women and girls matter, Pat? Listen to your master:

    “I’m automatically attracted to beautiful — I just start kissing them. It’s like a magnet. Just kiss. I don’t even wait. When you’re a star, they let you do it. You can do anything. Grab ’em by the pussy. You can do anything.” DJT 2005

    Should ICE hand out tic-tac breath mints and urge immigrants to emulate Donald J Trump? Maybe a part of Green Card qualification and ultimate citizenship? A lesson in how to hush porked porn stars with hundreds-of-thousands listed as business expense?

    “Two weeks before Biden took the oath, a mob had invaded the Capitol to protest his formal certification as president.”

    Actually the “mob” was invited for a “wild” event by Trump and obedient minions like Mo Brooks, hair-dye Rudy, cretinous family members, and other fellow travelers. All to intimidate lawmakers to overturn a legal election Trump lost big time (despite incumbent status; Louis DeJoy trying to ruin the US Post Office; bringing/losing 60+ lawsuits, intimidating local officials with threats urging ‘find more votes’, etc.).

    That’s what Trump/Pat’s GOP has become.

    American Taliban.

    • Troll: Rurik, follyofwar
  33. Incitatus says:

    Sorry Rurik. Hate to interrupt your usual self-pitying endless diuretic UNZ florid rant (me, me, me; my, my, my; them, them, them trust my weasel views) when there’s nothing really there vis-à-vis your accomplishment.

    Zero Rurik opines on and on and on and on about LIFE (which he experiences 24-hours a day looking at a dull blue screen, typing stupid self-serving florid UR comments).

    Please continue, Rurik. Stupidity may become a marketable commodity. I’d be very interested in your IPO.

  34. Verity says:

    Where does some of this nonsense come from? Americas longest war is in Korea; US troops still on the DMZ and no peace treaty in sight! Or to be more argumentafive the war to dispossess the Native American tribes lasted until the 1890’s; somewhere near 200 years.
    The USSR did not invade Afghanistan; that whole notion is factually absurd.

    • Agree: mulga mumblebrain
  35. @tyrone

    Sorry Tyrone, there is no second party. Recucklicans are the Washington Generals of the Uniparty, fake foils paid by the Swampum Globalist Trotters.

  36. In this same August, the U.S. moved ever deeper into the fourth wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, with new infections, new hospitalizations and new deaths approaching the numbers they had reached at their worst last winter.

    Embracing the covid hoax is runner up to refusing to name the Jew.

  37. What’s the nonsense about Afghanistan providing sanctuary for the 9/11 kamikazes? That was the USA. They were all legally in the USA for pilot training. All travelled on their own (nearly all Saudi) passports with valid US visas.

    Perhaps, the intention is to say that anybody who accepts help from Al Qaeda should be bombed. That would be NATO, including the USA. Al Qaeda was a US ally against the Soviet Union in Afghanistan, against Libya during the NATO war of aggression against that country and, at present, during the NATO war of aggression against Syria.

    In Syria, Al Qaeda has changed its name to Hayat Tahrir Al-Sham and rules Idlib to the enthusiastic cheers of all noble NATO countries, including the USA.

    Bomb yourselves. There’s less distance to travel. [email protected]

  38. In Jewish-ruled America, truth is inverted.

    Man is a ‘woman’.

    ‘White Supremacists’ hunt down Innocent Blacks.

    Border Security is Nazism.

    Russia and China are aggressors even though US encircles them.

    Look at this.

    https://www.zerohedge.com/economics/shocking-video-shows-2-men-being-beaten-robbed-while-women-twerk-over-unconscious-bodies

    Typical day in America. Black thug supremacists attack whites, but Jews have idiot white gibberals believe that KKK is hunting down blacks and ‘black lives matter’.

    Unless we break free of the Jewish deception spell, nothing is possible.

    Buchanan, as always, will not name the power.

    White goyim are as afraid to name the power as Ancient Jews were to mutter the name of Yahweh.

    We are all Palestinians, that’s what white people should say. They need to call for White Intifadah.

    • Replies: @Dumbo
    , @Smashed Squash
  39. “Bad Moon Rising”, eh? Did you get CCR’s permission to use those words in your title, Pat? Hiopefully Fogharty doesn’t sue you for copyright violation! Bwahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahah!

  40. FBI lied to Congress about Afghanistan helping and supporting the 9-11 attacks.

    America has been illegally occupying Afghanistan on the word of FBI Director Robert Mueller for twenty years. He’s who lied to Congress about who was behind the attack. He also pleaded he was “new to the job.”

    Who ran the flight school in Florida where the 9-11 hijackers trained?

    The support for 9-11 attack and reprisals was all orchestrated internally and among “allies” of Bolshevik disposition. Not in Afghanistan, Iraq or Syria.

  41. Dumbo says:
    @Priss Factor

    You can’t say that Jews are hypnotizing you.

    You can’t say that Blacks are robbing and beating you.

    You can’t say that Muslims are raping and pimping your teen daughters.

    You can’t say that Gays are leering on your teen sons.

    But, the Taliban hates us for our freedom.

    • LOL: Trinity
  42. @Priss Factor

    Everyone that climbed on Donald and Nancy’s Covid pandemic bus was delivered to Global Gaza. No matter what it said on the front of the bus, they all end up at Gaza. We are all Palestinian indeed. Very stupid Palestinians sadly.

  43. People should be paying attention to the growing divide between military officers who believe in their oath, and the people who direct them into quagmires.

    The lies have been laid bare: Iraq, Libya, Syria, Venezuela, Cuba, China, Russia, Somalia, Yemen, Iran
    -none of these conflicts have anything to do with protecting US sovereign territory, which is being overrun by foreign colonists.

    There are rumblings in the ranks. The soldiers, sailors and airmen are still following orders, but they are close to reaching the breaking point.

    • Replies: @Rurik
  44. Rurik says:
    @beavertales

    The soldiers, sailors and airmen are still following orders, but they are close to reaching the breaking point.

    During Waco, after they used tanks to tear holes in the walls so that the fires they started would have sufficient oxygen to rapidly consume the buildings and, most importantly, the men, women and children inside…

    … they knew instinct would take over, and the people would flee the fires, so they set up machine guns to slaughter any and all people trying to escape at the only exit to the building. Bodies were found at the exit riddled with bullets, that the local coroner called homocides.

    No soldier at Waco refused to burn his fellow countrymen (and women and children) alive.

    No soldier has since stepped forward to condemn the monstrous atrocity.

    As bad as the Stalin Soviets or the Shah or Mao (or myriad other repressive regimes were), they never burned their citizens alive to make a point about defying their power.

    The military men most responsible like (((General Wesley K. Clark))), were promoted. And the American people went back to chewing their cud, and turning on the ball game.

    Just like the cops at Charlottesville, men with guns in uniforms, obey their master\$.

    That’s how it works. Especially in a place like the ZUS, where the slightest hint of affection for the dying ((murdered)) white race, is grounds for dismissal or worse.

    Just try to imagine a soldier with the character to say, ‘I’m not going to kill any more people on behalf of the Jews’.

    Which is what American soldiers have been doing for a hundred years, ever since Jews claimed ownership of the US Treasury, by way of the Fed.

    And not one in a million of them ever complained, or even bothered to notice why they were killing and dying for obvious lies. Just as our current ‘war on terror’ is all based on obvious lies.

    You give men (and women) in uniforms too much credit.

    • Thanks: Arthur MacBride
  45. And to top off all these laments the Pope has ordered the Latin Mass suppressed.

  46. Wokechoke says:
    @Rurik

    Did the FBI really use an Army Abrams with Desert Storm chevrons at Waco? I think not. Where did that photograph come from?

    • Replies: @Rurik
  47. Ragno says:

    “Biden watched solemnly, hand over heart…? …Biden honored the fallen…?”

    Either get this geriatric old fool a rocking chair with a rubber donut seat cushion, or tell him to fire the intern now in charge of writing his columns.

    And will someone give “Incitatus” a wedgie? The ten thousand he received in high school were clearly insufficient.

  48. Rurik says:
    @Wokechoke

    Did the FBI really use an Army Abrams with Desert Storm chevrons at Waco? I think not.

    According to a report by the U.S. Department of the Treasury, the list of military personnel and equipment used at Waco included: 15 active-duty military personnel, 13 Texas National Guard personnel, nine Bradley fighting vehicles, five combat-engineer vehicles, one tank-retrieval vehicle and two M1A1 Abrams tanks.

    https://freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1002068/posts?page=29

    https://t.tonyrogers.com/news/clark_tanks.htm

    An Abrams tank next to the burning Branch Davidian compound after the Waco Siege. Waco, Texas, 1993.

    *”Mr. Craig told jurors that military vehicles used by the F.B.I. in the Branch Davidian operation included seven Bradley armored personnel carriers, four 54-ton combat engineering vehicles, two M-1 Abrams battle tanks, and a tracked maintenance recovery vehicle.”* (New York Time article;

    https://goodizen.com/an-abrams-tank-next-to-the-burning-branch-davidian-compound-after-the-waco-siege-waco-texas-1993-1190-x-926/

    • Replies: @The Alarmist
  49. “we are carrying the burden of defense of our allies in Europe the middle east and east Asia”…

    If America wants to play the fool well,,,,It could just bring the boys home and cut military spending. It could just end these foolish alliances. It doesn’t have to be a chump.

    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
  50. Karma. The USA built up more bad, bad, karma in its 200 odd years, in massacres, genocides, aggression, subversion, sabotage and all-round Evil than any other malevolence in history. The vultures are coming home to roost.

  51. @anonymouseperson

    The USA doesn’t have ‘allies’. It has stooges and fellow criminals, like Austfailia, a rat desperate to jump aboard the sinking USS Yankee Doodle.

  52. @Incitatus

    Covid deaths per million-USA, 1940, China, 3.47. Says it all about a good society and State, and a perfidious one.

    • Replies: @Incitatus
  53. @Rurik

    Too much credit indeed.
    The exit fiasco aka Op. Run For It, shooting civilians, drone attack on innocent family, yrs Heroin dealing seem to show US armed services as an undisciplined rabble. Not for the first time. Decades of service to Israel might produce this or it could be intrinsic.

    Is this really Pat Buchanan ?
    Maybe a Tel Aviv scripted joke on the author of “Unneccessary War”.

    • Replies: @Rurik
  54. Franz says:
    @SMK

    Why don’t all the Jew-hating and woman-hating lunatics who vitiate the comment section at Unz.com move to Afghanistan

    We oppose the reason we were IN Afghanistan at all. Has nothing to do with “hatting Jews” but lots to do with noticing they can do what Americans can’t — get the Regime to do big and expensive stuff.

    “Jew-hating” my ass — we envy them.

  55. When has a president had a worse month?

    Nixon, in August 1974 … Biden is still in office.

    … Biden watched solemnly, hand over heart, as the coffins of the American dead in the Kabul airport terrorist massacre of Thursday were carried off the plane at Dover.

    Yes, he stood at Parade Rest when Attention would have been in order, he checked his watch too many times, and instead of a salute as a Commander in Chief, he did a limp civilian hand on heart.

  56. @Rurik

    From the looks of it, the CEVs punching the holes were based on the M-60.

    • Replies: @Rurik
  57. El Dato says:
    @Rurik

    I see six million was not enough for you!

    Protip: WWII was not about Jews.

    Also, more like 1.5 million amirite?

    • Replies: @Rurik
  58. Rurik says:
    @The Alarmist

    you hear the reporters saying the FBI insists it didn’t start the fires,

    but years later they had to concede that they did, in fact fire pyrotechnic (or “incendiary”) canisters on that day. Which seems obvious when you see the tanks ripping holes in the structure.

    And then it turns out the people who tried to escape the flames were mowed down by ZOG machine guns at the exit, (even Vicky Weaver’s assassin Lon Horiuchi was there!) and you just have to wonder why, (like the USS Liberty or 9/11 or so many other of ZOG’s atrocities and murderous lies), they are never held to account, and the sheople always will always return to chewing their cud, and turning on the game.

    When they got away with the Liberty, they knew they could get away with anything.

    Waco and 9/11 are simply more proof that they were right.

    There are even some of these types here at Unz Review talking about Afghanistan as if it or Osama had anything to do with 9/11.

    But do these inveterate imbeciles even know what building seven is? Do they even care?!

  59. Rurik says:
    @El Dato

    Protip: WWII was not about Jews.

    neither was the Boer war!

    that was not Perfidious inventing death camps for Afrikaner women and children so as to steal South Africa’s gold and diamonds for the Jewish De Beers and Oppenheimers!

    Nor was the Russian revolution (integral to WWI) funded and orchestrated by Jewish supremacists, who went on to genocide millions of Russians and Ukrainians and others by way of enforced famines and gulags or just machine gunning entire villages.

    Jews had NOTHING to do with any of that!!

    Nor did Jews drag America into WWI due to Zionist treachery vis-a-vis the Balfour Declaration!

    That was just a cohencidence!

    Just like the Jews in Wilson’s cabinet that used the Fourteen Points ruse to trick Germany into an Armistice, that was then used to betray and then starve Germany into depraved subjection to Jewish supremacists, that lorded over a betrayed and destitute Germany for a generation.

    That had NOTHING to do with Hitler’s rise! And Jews in control of England and the America did not care that Hitler was reinvigorating Germany, and not allowing Jews to dominate her anymore.

    They didn’t care at all! None of them did. The only reason International Judaism declared war on Germany is because Hitler was homophobic. It had NOTHING whatsoever to do with ‘Jews’!!!

    Even today, America’s War on Terror, has NOTHING whatsoever to do with Israel or neocohens or any Jews whatsoever!

    Osama did 9/11 because he hates America’s Freedom! With a capital F!

    Israel plays no part in America’s foreign policy, except as a strategic asset, that Uncle Sam uses at the Jewish people’s disadvantage. It’s a skewed relationship where, (as usual) Jews are the VICTIMS!

    And anyone who disagrees is a NeoNazi and anti-Semite full of HATE!

    Also, more like 1.5 million amirite?

    I haven’t the slightest idea.

    That there were innocent Jews who perished in that terrible war, some in work camps, and others elsewhere, is no doubt a certainty and a tragedy.

    How many, I have no idea. I suspect it’s in the thousands, or even hundreds of thousands. Tragic, to be sure.

    But I will say this. There wasn’t one Jew that died during the Holocaust (if that’s what you want to call it), whose life is one iota more significant than the 60 or so million other people who also died.

    In fact, if I were to put a value on those lives, I’d say the children that died were the most tragic. And the children that were burned to death, even more so. And I’d go one further, and say that the German children who were deliberately burned alive, because they were German, (due to the unique character of Jewish supremacist genocidal hatred), are the most tragic of all of that terrible war’s victims.

    And there’s more!

    If there were any lessons to be learned from that madness, it is that all human life is sacrosanct.

    German, Jewish, and yes, even Palestinian.

    But sadly, there seems to be a tribe of supremacists that don’t, and never will see others as equals in humanity.

    Rather, they look at the world and see enemies. And behave thus.

    And then they act shocked when their victims (Hungarians, Russians, Ukrainians, Germans, [too many to count in the last century…] Palestinians, Americans on the USS Liberty or 9/11) are not too amused at being sacrificed to their supremacist god of genocide and hate.

    Would it be too much to ask them to maybe take a moment’s reflection.

    Did the Hungarians hate Bela Kun because they’re anti-Semites? Or because Kun was just another genocidal Jewish supremacist with a raging and murderous hatred for all white Christians?

    Ditto Jenifer Rubin and Barbara Spectre and the neocohens and CNN and NYT… and well, I guess a lot of them, huh?

  60. Rurik says:
    @Arthur MacBride

    seem to show US armed services as an undisciplined rabble. Not for the first time. Decades of service to Israel might produce this or it could be intrinsic.

    there have always been psychopaths and sub-human scum among the ranks of military men. The defining character of an army is determined by the leadership.

    Abu Ghraib is only possible when the leadership at the top are sadistic cowards.

    During the American civil war, rape was a rarity, with severe punishment. Ditto for the German Wehrmacht during WWII. But not so for the Red Army rapists who were encouraged to brutalize the women and girls of the vanished. Because the Red Army were led by (((sadistic scum))).

    Just as today’s War on Terror, is a pretext for global state-sponsored terror by Zionists and their U.S. and NATO dogs. Since the leadership are unprincipled cowards, it’s no surprise that the rank and file are rabble, at best.

    Is this really Pat Buchanan ?

    I’m not sure. At times, this column hearkens back to Buchanan’s style and prose, but at other times it seems too trite, and scripted.

    I suspect Pat has some help. That he contributes, and participates, seems likely, but also he’s getting some ‘help’, (if you can call it that).

    Buchanan has been a non-interventionist from the very beginning. He’s warned us all a thousand times against ‘nation building’ and relentless interventions on Israel’s behalf. (even it he doesn’t always characterize it that way ; ). He’s been the voice of America’s Main Street, when corporate whorenalists were demanding wars and immigration and other anti-American tropes.

    I sort of remember a ‘comes now…’ expression that was pure Buchanan, that I don’t see much anymore.

    • Replies: @Arthur MacBride
  61. @Rurik

    Abu Ghraib is only possible when the leadership at the top are sadistic cowards.

    It may be that, what you say being true, USA is really in final decline.
    Too corrupt for too long, subservient to an alien corrosive power …

    My hope is that decent Americans may clean out your so-called govt.
    Clean out, not clean up for that now seems impossible.
    If the moral rectitude is there … and I hope it is.

    It’s what you guys have guns for, as a safeguard against your “govt” after all …
    The alternative is not good, Russia has come out of jewish Hyena attacks but not sure Americans can find a V V Putin, maybe wish to debate it to death.
    In Russia, resurgence of Orthodoxy; in Afghan Islam and Jihad.
    The battle is spiritual. Below is a history/explanation of Hezbollah with an extensive discussion of Jihad, absolutely agreeable to me, a Christian.
    Hope useful. God speed.

    Thanks for the good word on Pat, wish him well.

    https://archive.org/details/hizbullahstoryfr00qasi/mode/1up

    • Replies: @Rurik
  62. Rurik says:
    @Arthur MacBride

    If the moral rectitude is there … and I hope it is.

    The people are good, but they’re also hopelessly duped.

    The battle is spiritual.

    I hear that a lot.

    For me, it seems like the battle is racial/ethnic. I see North America heading towards Zimbabwe/South Africa. Is it possible, or even conceivable, that the salvation of the white race could come from the Christian churches? Look at the Pope, who seems to me to be as close to the devil (scheming evil doer and enemy of his people) as a man can get.

    Putin first gained control of the State, and then reinvigorated the Orthodox Church.

    I’m glad he did, but I wonder if it could have happened the other way around.

    The Christian churches in America are the main ones settling Somali and other ‘refugees’ into their communities.

    Hezbollah with an extensive discussion of Jihad, absolutely agreeable to me, a Christian.

    I’d love to see Islam (including Hezbollah and the Shias and Sunnis and all the rest) make common cause with Christianity and the West, to disabuse our lands of Globohomo and Eternal Wars for Israel.

    I would think that would be something we all could agree on. Agnostics like myself, enthusiastically!

    I’m very, very happy for the people of Afghanistan, and hope the best for them. They’ve suffered terribly, just have the people of Iraq and Libya and Syria and Gaza and Donbas and elsewhere the zio-fiends have been slaughtering and maiming and terrorizing.

    Thank you for the link, I’ll check it out now, and God speed and God bless to you too.

    • Replies: @Rurik
  63. Weaver says:
    @follyofwar

    It’s obviously the same old Pat. His Afghan position was to bomb the Taliban in retaliation for 9/11, and that’s it. He continues to support the US and GOP, in his way, while calling for troops to come home.

    This is standard Pat, the same as always, with no change.

    If the West has two natural leaders, they are Pat Buchanan and Nick Griffin, both deserve respect. There are no younger equivalents at present.

  64. Rurik says:
    @Rurik

    For me, it seems like the battle is racial/ethnic. I see North America heading towards Zimbabwe/South Africa. Is it possible, or even conceivable, that the salvation of the white race could come from the Christian churches?

    I thought of what I wrote here when I saw this news story

    A professor employed at a Catholic university in Pennsylvania said on camera that there are merits to the claim that it’s ethical for White people to commit suicide.

    “White people should commit suicide as an ethical act,” said a quote in a slide for a presentation hosted by Duquesne University psychology professor Derek Hook.

    In the lecture, which was presented to Baltimore-based American Association for Psychoanalysis in Clinical Social Work in June, Hook quoted a South African philosophy professor, Terblanche Delport, who has written about White people committing suicide in South Africa, before further discussing the comments and arguing “there was something ethical in Delport’s statements.”

    https://www.foxnews.com/us/professor-white-people-committing-suicide-ethical-act?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A%20foxnews%2Fnational%20%28Internal%20-%20US%20Latest%20-%20Text%29

    • Replies: @Arthur MacBride
  65. @Rurik

    100% agree on churchianity. Your “professor” shows its worth …
    But if people just make noise and do not at the very least move their children out of that so-called university, then …
    I’ve spent too much time attempting to debate so-called pastors, half-educated but live high on the hog relative to their supposed abilities …
    I understand RCC is a wholly-owned Rothschild enterprise.

    My no doubt poorly expressed idea is that if people are watching porn, drugs, excess drink/eats, obsession with money/sex/rocknroll etc then they are already defeated.
    Hollywood/teevee/spectating sport/celeb gossip same thing.
    Crass materialism/self-obsession = death.

    Repentence addresses that … Jihad … Buddhism … Stoicism … National Socialism …
    Giovanni Gentile said (correctly) that Fascism is essentially a spiritual Movement.

    • Replies: @Rurik
  66. Rurik says:
    @Arthur MacBride

    at the very least move their children out of that so-called university, then …

    I remember reading about an investigation into at “least 52 acts of rape, including five gang rapes, by no fewer than 31 Baylor football players from 2011 to 2014”. by football players at the Christian Baylor University, (also at Waco, TX).

    When trying to get a black player to sign up, “the assistant coach Kendal Briles, son of the former head coach, told a recruit from Dallas, “Do you like white women? Because we have a lot of them at Baylor and they love football players.”

    https://abc7ny.com/sports/new-baylor-lawsuit-alleges-culture-in-which-drugs-alcohol-and-sex-were-encouraged/1724621/

    But then it occurred to me, that many of the fathers of these girls are probably happy to see their daughters cavort with football players, especially if they’re good at making touchdowns!

    They may not approve of forcible rape, but then if it was the football team star player,

    football star and serial rapist Tre’Von Armstead

    they’d probably brag about to the other men in the church choir.

    So yea, these people are sort of lost. And I just don’t see a critical mass of them waking up any time soon.

    Even as the NFL and NASCAR defecates in their faces, the lick it off, and continue to consume the product.

    My church is nature, and the smiles on loved one’s faces. Animals, and creation. Whether He or It or What or Whomever or just providence put it all here, and me to enjoy it, I find deep solice in reflecting on the amazing beauty and unlikelihood of it all.

    I hope humanity doesn’t destroy it, out of infinite greed and damnable tribal hatreds.

    That would be the greatest sin of them all.

    • Thanks: Arthur MacBride
    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
  67. @Rurik

    The psychopaths among humanity, some of whom gibber here, have wiped out much of the natural world, and much, much, more will disappear in the next few, Hellish, millennia, of planetary ecological collapse, including H. destructans. But Life on Earth is tough, and after a few hundred thousand years or so, it will recover, sans the upright, uptight, upstart apes.

    • Replies: @Rurik
  68. Incitatus says:
    @mulga mumblebrain

    And what, pray tell, are the origins of COVID-19?

    China? Give us a hint.

    “Says it all about a good society and State, and a perfidious one”

    Meaning a state that hosts than fosters a virus broadcast worldwide, then resists tracing?

    Thanks for that.

    • Troll: Rurik
  69. The longest war is over but the deepest war is yet to come. The approaching world war with the Sino-Russian axis will leave no one a nation.
    https://www.ghostsofhistory.wordpress.com/

  70. Rurik says:
    @mulga mumblebrain

    But Life on Earth is tough, and after a few hundred thousand years or so, it will recover, sans the upright, uptight, upstart apes.

    I don’t foresee the human species wiping itself out.

    Rather I see it wiping out everything else, while constructing a prison planet on top of the desolate wasteland that used to be creation.

    A Mad Max type of dystopian, scorched earth hell on earth, where an elite cabal rule with absolute power, and would make Orwell shiver to his core at their appetites for sadistic cruelty.

    ZOG doesn’t run Gitmo to protect America from terrorists. That is beyond laughable.

    ZOG operates Gitmo because it amuses them to do so. They torture innocent men, often to death, because it amuses them to do so.

    In a world that suits ZOG, plants and animals will be redundant. Obsolete.

    You’re right, the earth’s ecology will persevere, but not the larger life forms, that only compete with the ruling elites imperative for more. Always, they must always have more.

    And so it will be, until there is no more, and all that left will be a giant planetary Gitmo.

    Only sans the sea birds and turtles or occasional dolphin. There will be no room for such trifles in the world of tomorrow.

    What doesn’t bolster the power of the elites, and further their amusements, will be gone.

    But people will remain. They do have a need for people.

    Let me ask you, if they had their druthers, would they really want Gaza emptied out of perpetual victims?

    If you were to really ask them, with the power to grant their wish. ‘Do you want all the Arabs out of Gaza, or do you want to keep them there, subjugated and humiliated for perpetuity, so that future generations of the ‘chosen’ will be able to amuse themselves too?

    What do you think they’d say?

    If you were to ask them, do you want a world where there are no more Westerners? Or would you prefer a world where there is an eternal supply of Westerners, (especially Germans!), for you and your offspring to amuse yourself with, especially their children?

    What do you think they’d say?

    No, they’re not going to wipe out humanity. They’re going to wipe out everything else, and put humanity into a perpetual state of depraved horror.

    It is written.

    Without the man in the chair, what is the point of being the other man?

    Without the man in the chair, (humanity), then there’s really no point to wielding power at all.

    No one want to ‘rule’ a dead rock. There must people people to have power over, or it’s all a moot point.

  71. @Rurik

    The next six million will be the first.
    But at least it will be a start.

  72. Checheno says:
    @Incitatus

    >That’s what Trump/Pat’s GOP has become.
    >American Taliban.

    Based!

    We’re fucking back and you’re gonna shit your pants when the time comes.

  73. Incitatus says:

    “We’re fucking back and you’re gonna shit your pants when the time comes.”

    Wonderful to hear from another Unz intellectual. Doubtless another Harvard College grad? PhD Summa-Cum-Laude in ‘pants shitting’?

    Any date for “when the time comes”?

    Related by any chance to remarkable ‘gasbag’ Rurik, who’s hot air could easily inflate multiple air-ships? Who, bereft of purpose, aspiration or accomplishment spends most of his time on this web site?

    Sad.

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