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Suddenly, Sunday, a riveting report came over cable news:

The U.S. embassy was urging all Americans to “leave Afghanistan as soon as possible.” Message: Get out while you can.

Adding urgency was news that three northern provincial capitals, including Kunduz city, had fallen to the Taliban, making it five provincial capitals overrun since Friday.

The huge investment in blood and treasure by the United States over two decades to remake Afghanistan appears about to be wiped out, whole and entire, and we appear about to sustain our worst diplomatic and political defeat since the fall of Saigon.

Not once in this century has the U.S. decisively won one of the wars it launched — in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, Yemen or Libya. And the sole superpower status we enjoyed as the 21st century began is gone with the wind.

Yet America’s hawks are urging us to give a new war guarantee to Taiwan, should Beijing exercise its claim, though former President Richard Nixon and former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger assented in 1972 that Taiwan is “a part of China.”

Before we issue any war guarantee to Taipei, we might consider the Pentagon’s evaluation of the results of a recent war game in which the U.S. confronted China over Taiwan.

How did it go? Says vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. John Hyten, “Without overstating the issue, it failed miserably.

“An aggressive red team that had been studying the United States for the last 20 years just ran rings around us. … They knew exactly what we were going to do before we did it, and they took advantage of it.”

Are we Americans prepared, in any way, for an air-sea-and-missile war in Southeast Asia and the Western Pacific over islands they claim as their historic national territory but we have never claimed as ours?

Here at home, the COVID-19 pandemic, now in a fourth wave, is infecting 100,000 Americans every day, with hospitalizations rising commensurately. For that third of a nation still unvaccinated, the delta variant is a potential death sentence.

Despite this medical crisis that is common to us all, our political divide is manifesting itself in savage battles over vaccinations, masks and mandates.

And while COVID-19 continues to infect, hospitalize and kill, scores of thousands of Americans are being annually lost to drug overdoses and opioids. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 93,000 overdose deaths occurred across the country in 2020, and 3 in 4 fatal overdoses can be attributed to opioids.

More Americans are dying yearly from overdoses and opioids than all the Americans dead during the war in Vietnam.

The U.S. trade deficit numbers just came in for June, where the deficit in goods alone increased to \$91 billion for the month. This translates into \$1 trillion a year.

The largest component of that trade deficit is with China — an extraordinary level of U.S. dependency on a foreign nation for the vital necessities of its national life, let alone on an adversary like China.

On our southern border, an invasion of our country is taking place.

Every month President Joe Biden has been in office, illegal border crossings have increased. In June, Border Patrol recorded 178,000 border arrests — a 571% jump from June 2020. Border arrests have already reached their highest since 2000 and are on track to reach 1.8 million this year.

Biden is failing in his first constitutional duty — to defend the United States from foreign invasion. We Americans no longer decide who comes into our national home and whom we shall adopt as new citizens. Others decide, others determine our future, for us.

We defend the borders of scores of nations; we cannot, or Biden will not, defend our own. And, as former President Ronald Reagan reminded us, a country that can’t or won’t defend its borders isn’t really a country anymore.

In our great cities, public shootings and killings have begun to exceed those of previous years. Police, under attack and abuse from the elites and people they protect, are resigning and retiring in record numbers.

Consider.

ORDER IT NOW

America is unable to win the wars she chooses to fight. She cannot or will not control and defend her borders from a mass migrant invasion. She cannot halt an outbreak of criminality and killing in her great cities. She has not run a trade surplus in four decades. Her dependency upon foreign producers is unprecedented. And her budget deficits continue to break records every year — as does her soaring national debt.

Is that not the description of a failed or failing state?

Asked by a despondent young friend if the defeat at Saratoga and potential loss of the American colonies meant the ruin of Britain, Adam Smith assured him, “There is a great deal of ruin in a nation.”

Britain would go on from the loss of her 13 colonies to create the greatest empire since Rome.

Yet if there is “a great deal of ruin in a nation,” we Americans certainly appear to be testing those limits.

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. JimDandy says:

    Yes. Thanks for asking.

    Now I’m going to read the column.

    • Thanks: GomezAdddams
    • Replies: @Realist
  2. Franz says:

    “There is a great deal of ruin in a nation.”

    But we started hitting bottom long time ago.

    Failed state status might be a step up. If it leads to Home Rule among 50 states, who can be sure to know what’s best for them, fine.

    Washington’s been on the failed state trajectory since before your granddaddy was born, Pat, so it’s not like the world’s going to go into shock. It was never a secret.

    Just end the Tyranny of the Same Old D.C. Crap. It’s about time.

  3. A movie that saw the future

  4. Yet America’s hawks are urging us to give a new war guarantee to Taiwan, should Beijing exercise its claim, though former President Richard Nixon and former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger assented in 1972 that Taiwan is “a part of China.”

    A limited war with China might be good for the US.

    US pretends to defend Taiwan but lets China have it.

    US then calls China’s act criminal and tyrannical.

    US uses China’s takeover of Taiwan to freeze all Chinese assets and renege on its all debts.

    For the past decades, US got tons of goods from China while China got lots of paper from the US.

    US can use the war as excuse to tear up all I.O.U’s.

    Chinese are amateurs when it comes to US, especially Jewish, perfidy.

  5. For that third of a nation still unvaccinated, the delta variant is a potential death sentence.

    Oh, I’m sooooooooooooooo scared.

    The U.S. trade deficit numbers just came in for June, where the deficit in goods alone increased to \$91 billion for the month. This translates into \$1 trillion a year.

    As long as US dollar is world currency, US can print more money.

    The largest component of that trade deficit is with China — an extraordinary level of U.S. dependency on a foreign nation for the vital necessities of its national life, let alone on an adversary like China.

    China is an adversary only for those who want to see it as such. China only demands its own sphere of influence in Asia. It is the US that is militarily positioned adversarial manner against China. There are no Chinese naval ships surrounding US coastlines.
    Buchanan still has cold war mentality where US as super power must regard other nations as ‘adversaries’ if they don’t fold before US empire.

    Besides, the real invasion of the US is finished. Look at Biden’s administration. It is total Jewish supremacy, and Jews intend to bring in tons of non-whites to replace whites. But all the cuckservatives are too afraid to deal with Jews and domestic issues, and so they bark at faraway ‘adversaries’ like China, Russia, Iran, etc. It’s so lame.

    Biden is failing in his first constitutional duty — to defend the United States from foreign invasion.

    Constitution? LOL. It’s dead. US failed to defend its institutional power from Jewish globalist supremacist. Jews rule and they intend to flood the US with non-whites and dehumanize whites as ‘white supremacists.

    But no mention of Jewish Power in Buchanan’s column. Lame.

    • Thanks: Angharad
    • Troll: Corvinus
    • Replies: @Charles Carroll
  6. mijj says:

    inertia means it takes a while for the accumulated effect of incompetent/devious/criminal/psychopathic leadership to significantly affect the comfortable core society.

    The USA became a failed state many years ago. Now the putrefaction is in the air it is too obvious to deny.

    • Agree: Realist
    • Disagree: Corvinus
  7. The US wouldn’t have waves of migrants on it’s southern border if it hadn’t wrecked the economies/political structure of innumerable Central American states over the years. The same blowback can be seen in Europe with their particular migrant influx.

    • Agree: Corvinus, GomezAdddams, Biff
    • Replies: @MarkinLA
  8. It’s worth noting that to some degree every negative situation that P. B mentions were/are voluntary decisions made by the US. These decisions were made b/c US elites have been/are under the influence of utterly delusional, selfish & vicious beliefs & ideology. That is the foundation of any “failure”. That US citizens have not realized this & acted accordingly is testament to PCR’s view that US citizens are “insouciant”. “Insouciant” is actually being quite generous….

  9. Did Mr. Buchanan get this riveting report

    Here at home, the COVID-19 pandemic, now in a fourth wave, is infecting 100,000 Americans every day, with hospitalizations rising commensurately. For that third of a nation still unvaccinated, the delta variant is a potential death sentence.

    from his cable newsbox, too?

    • Agree: Realist
    • Replies: @Joe Levantine
  10. Let’s do a check-list:

    1. Have the local law enforcement lost the control and the monopoly on legitimate use of force on the territory? Yep, they have. Otherwise they wouldn’t have mobs of negroes rampaging through the cities.

    2. Are the government “for the people, by the people”? No, it isn’t – these day the US government is just a front office for the big transnatonals, but most definitely it’s not “for the people”.

    3. Are whatever passes for authorities capable of providing quality public services? Nope, they aren’t. In fact in many places, the so called “authorities” have become the largest racketeering gang in the city.

    4. Is US capable of meaningful interaction with other states in the international community? That’s actually a rhetorical question – everyone, who hasn’t lived in a cave for the last two decades, knows that the answer is “no”.

    So the answer to the question is obvious – America isn’t becoming a failed state; she already has.

  11. Rational says:

    BIDEN NEEDS TO BE SUED, IMPEACHED, CHARGED, ETC. FOR THE ALIEN INVASION, THE JEWISH FINAL SOLUTION.

    Thanks, Sir. My big question is: where are all the lawyers? AG’s? Patriotic Groups? They all need to sue Biden and get a court order revoking his lawlessness and the alien invasion and ordering him to protect the borders, because the constitution requires the federal govt. to protect the states from invasion.

    What Biden is doing is criminal, criminal, criminal. His Jewish owners and operators ordered him to do this, as a deal that they will help him steal the election, and he will let them steal the whole country and let them exterminate white goyim. The alien invasion is the Jewish Final Solution Against Whites, as revenge for the holocaust, etc. It is White Genocide.

    For other solutions, see: Immigration-A-Crime-Against-Humanity.blogspot.com

  12. What do you mean – becoming?

    • Agree: Realist, rgl
    • LOL: Fr. John
  13. Except for continuing to swallow and weekly regurgitate the mainstream propaganda on Covid19, Ol’ Pat hit the nail on the head with this missive. The once-proud USA has become the Dis-united States. I’m not sure we can survive four years of the illicit Biden-Harris regime intact. As Rand Paul recently said in a video watched by millions: “It’s time to RESIST! They can’t arrest all of us.”

    • Replies: @Fr. John
  14. Rich says:

    America is becoming part of Latin America, that’s all. In 10, 20 years, Hispanics will be a plurality and our republic will resemble a South American style of country. A handful of very rich, small middle class, extremely large pool of poor people to use. With the wide open border it’s inevitable now, and amnesty is just around the corner. Normal, hardworking folk still survive in S America, so it will be possible to survive here, too. We had a nice run, those Pale skinned colonists gave us a couple hundred years of prosperity, God bless them.

    • Agree: Decoy, ruralguy
  15. Requiem for an empire. Long live the republic.

    • Replies: @rgl
  16. All a savvy politician needs to do is arrange for some cargo ships full of African migrants to attempt landfall in Chinese ports to distract them with a global backlash from their clumsy attempts to keep them out.

    • LOL: Realist, ruralguy
  17. I find myself rooting for the Taliban this time around.

  18. “Becoming” implies that the path to failure can still be avoided.

    We’re past that already.

    • Agree: rgl
  19. KenH says:

    For that third of a nation still unvaccinated, the delta variant is a potential death sentence.

    Once again Pat is playing ball with government propagandists. The so called delta variant seems to be more transmissible but less deadly. Meanwhile, the virus reportedly can replicate faster in vaccinated individuals which means they can carry a much higher viral load (making them more contagious) but not know it since they’ll only have mild symptoms.

    Biden is failing in his first constitutional duty — to defend the United States from foreign invasion.

    But (((radical left))) media outlets as well as (((beltway right))) sellouts call it “migration” so the dullards think that it’s a natural phenomenon we can do little about other than make the best of it. Apparently there’s an international human right to just pick up and migrate wherever one wants, but this right only applies to dark skinned, third world people “migrating” to white, first world nations.

  20. Decoy says:

    I would say we are a nation that has peaked, and is in decline. A failed state? Not yet, but the current trends need to be reversed or we will be there in one generation.

  21. The failure runs much deeper. America did not want to fight in WWI. The US recovered from the horror of WWI by disarming and by signing excellent naval arms control agreements. As WWII rolled around, the. US did not want to fight the Germans. The US needed to do something with Japan, but full scale war was not that something. Given Germany’s advanced in missiles and jets, the US was behind German technology by quite a bit. Given the size of the Russian Army, the US was just behind. Everyone likes to make all happy of about the result in WWII, but most were actually disillusioned. We used nuclear weapons with no reason. We ended the war with a stalemate in Europe that promised only endless war. “Failed state” was in the cards since 1940. Defeat in Korea, defeat inVietnam, backing the wrong side in the Middle East, ambiguous results then defeat in Iraq, defeat in Afghanistan and Syria. Someone should get the message in Washington that the US plays the game entirely wrong. They don’t. Mean while US commercial elites shipped all of the US manufacturing plant overseas. The problem is that US elites do not care much about the US, nor do they have much in the way of moral character. This failure has been a long time coming.

    • Replies: @anonymouseperson
  22. Anon[349] • Disclaimer says:

    No, Buchanan and his inbred creatures from Deliverance simply do not understand that the United States is a modern economy which is 1000000000x stronger and efficient than China’s fucking stupid scrap economy.

    Buchanan also fails to understand that the USA is China’s sole supplier of animal protein and soy.

    China is fucked, and TSMC alone is worthless; being entirely dependent on Western European technology.

    What Buchanan doesn’t understand is that the 90,000 people who killed themselves last year were his own braindead fans. People who thought trump was going to enable them to make a living forging shovels in their backyard. It’s not moderates or liberals shooting the fentanyl and injecting the Winchester. You people are dying because your view of the world is so ignorant as to be self destructive.

    • Disagree: antibeast
    • Troll: Mulegino1
    • Replies: @Mulga Mumblebrain
  23. @Greta Handel

    Definitely Mr. Buchanan has not kicked the habit of slurping from the trough of the crooked American presstitute system. I have seen worse than that from P B as when he wrote about Muslim extremists being after 9/11. What a pity that a true patriot has not liberated his mind from the matrix of control.

    • Replies: @Greta Handel
  24. MarkinLA says:
    @Kit Walker

    Yeah, all those countries were thriving first world countries where everybody had everything until the US destroyed them.

    • LOL: Johann Ricke
  25. Realist says:
    @JimDandy

    Now I’m going to read the column.

    Why?

    • Agree: JimDandy
    • Replies: @GomezAdddams
  26. MarkinLA says:

    And, as former President Ronald Reagan reminded us, a country that can’t or won’t defend its borders isn’t really a country anymore.

    That is your funniest one yet Pat. Now remind me again what he did to defend our borders?

    • Agree: RadicalCenter
  27. rgl says:
    @Priss Factor

    You say true in that America could wipe the fiscal slate clean vis-a-vis China. What you don’t consider, however, is the list of rare earth elements that the US needs for everything from smart phones to computers to fighter jets.

    And China has a near monopoly on those.

    At the present time, America simply cannot afford to simply cut China out of the equation.

    This is much like the US neverendingly accusing Russia of everything from acne to zebras and yet still has the gall to ask the Russians to sell them rockets because the US has no heavy lifters left.

    • Replies: @Priss Factor
  28. rgl says:

    A nation that divests itself of all interest of the citizen good is not a nation. America exists for America, not the American citizen.

    In this sense, absolutely America is a failed state.

    • Replies: @ANON
  29. Chris Moore says: • Website

    America is unable to win the wars she chooses to fight. She cannot or will not control and defend her borders from a mass migrant invasion. She cannot halt an outbreak of criminality and killing in her great cities. She has not run a trade surplus in four decades. Her dependency upon foreign producers is unprecedented. And her budget deficits continue to break records every year — as does her soaring national debt.

    From Bolsheviks to Beatniks to Boomers, this country has been seduced and desecrated by the ((Jews)), which follows the pattern of Jews and the State. https://www.thornwalker.com/ditch/deadlyenemy.htm

    But as part of the Nixon admin, Buchanan was in bed with ((Kissinger)) and his cabal’s easy money ((Jewish)) Petrodollar scheme. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/features/2016-05-30/the-untold-story-behind-saudi-arabia-s-41-year-u-s-debt-secret

    “The basic framework was strikingly simple. The U.S. would buy oil from Saudi Arabia and provide the kingdom military aid and equipment. In return, the Saudis would plow billions of their petrodollar revenue back into Treasuries and finance America’s [deficit] spending.”

    So it seems even a “conservative Catholic anti-Semite” like Buchanan fell under the spell of the Jewish Century and its lies.
    https://rense.com/general87/century.htm

    • Agree: anonymouseperson, Rurik
    • Replies: @Thomasina
  30. rgl says:
    @Joe Levantine

    The American Republic died a long time ago. Today, America is not much more than an army with a country attached to provide fuel and funds.

  31. Realist says:
    @Rich

    We had a nice run, those Pale skinned colonists gave us a couple hundred years of prosperity, God bless them.

    Some of those pale-skinned colonists planted the seeds of our destruction by bringing slaves to the North American continent.

    • Agree: follyofwar, Rurik
    • Replies: @Chris Moore
    , @Rich
  32. Anonymous[907] • Disclaimer says:

    The destruction of America is quite intentional. FIRST RULE: Follow the money!

    It is all about who has control of the stealing rights from the unlimited magic money printing machine of the FED. Democrats have it locked now. The new “Infrastructure” legislation is NOT very much about infrastructure and is a pork laden bloody sausage out of the sausage grinder still being fought over today.

    The totally open border to import more Democrat voters is not an accident.
    Biden on camera pushing the catastrophe near the bottom.
    https://www.revolver.news/2021/08/biden-camp-of-the-saints-us-mexico-border-illegal-immigration/

    • Agree: Kolya Krassotkin
  33. @Realist

    Some of those pale-skinned colonists planted the seeds of our destruction by bringing slaves to the North American continent.

    The ones in bed with the ((Jewish)) slavers and slave brokers and their clever “Curse of Ham” rationale.

    There have always been quick buck artists, grifters and Satanists in bed with ((Jews)) and their easy-money-no-matter-the-ultimate-cost Talmudic values.

    From left to right, one can identify evil by the following the ((Jews)) and their quick-buck courtiers down through history.

    • Replies: @Realist
  34. @rgl

    What you don’t consider, however, is the list of rare earth elements that the US needs for everything from smart phones to computers to fighter jets.

    US has lots of rare earth stuff but lets China dig up its to the detriment of the environment.

    • Agree: Gordo
    • Disagree: Houston 1992
    • Replies: @Houston 1992
  35. @Priss Factor

    For the past decades, US got tons of goods from China while China got lots of paper from the US.

    You’re forgetting about technology. I for one would prefer America to still be an innovative slum, and China skim all the good stuff off the top to assimilate into their lovely form of market communism.

    If there is a war against the US, I would prefer it to be total so I can join the Chinese and become a local commissar in some flyover state and tyrannize a small-town farmer economy full of conservatives. Hell Hath no fury like a Occupying Force run by a fellow with “Trump Derangement Syndrome”.

    I’ll show Joe Six-Pack and his Zionist masters just how deranged I am. They’ll regret those Trump votes once I’m breaking him on a wheel in some dark torture chamber built by the People’s Labour Corps.

    • Replies: @Boomthorkell
  36. Rich says:
    @Realist

    And most of them didn’t. The overwhelming majority of Whites in the colonies didn’t own slaves, and those free Whites who had to compete against the large, slave owning plantations, suffered for it. Although slavery has left a permanent scar and saddled us with a large minority of troublemakers, Southerners in the Jim Crow era, easily kept them tame and under control. Our downfall is actually due to our abandonment of the Christian values that sustained us, and helped build a great nation.

    • Replies: @Realist
  37. @Joe Levantine

    Any “pity” for this “true patriot” is misplaced.

    It’s no longer the 20th century, and he’s not running for office. Mr. Buchanan for quite some time has been serving the Establishment as the Right sash of the Overton window, writing (or maybe just signing off on) a couple columns every week to

    1) play doofus on issues like Covid,

    2) cover Uncle Sam’s filthy ass overseas with Exceptional! propaganda against any nation resistant to “our” values, and

    3) stampede his portion of the sheep in circles, back through the same GOP gate in every Most Important Election Ever and other episodic dramas like SCOTUS confirmations.

    Face it: Mr. Paleoconservative sold out.

    • Agree: Joe Levantine
  38. @Rational

    Getting a court order to stop Biden’s border criminality is hopeless. It’s Don Quixote jousting at windmills. Trump’s so-called conservative majority Supreme Court was too afraid of the MOB to take up any cases of probable election fraud. Incredibly, the SC opined that Trump didn’t have “Standing.” If he didn’t have standing, who did?

    Apparently, by their inaction, the dishonorable courts believe that the Constitution is a Suicide Document. Our fight cannot be won thru the legislative process, or thru the federal courts. Not as long as the subversive democrats hold all the reigns of power. Where does that leave us? Even if the republicans sweep next year’s Congressional elections will it make any difference? Is it too late to stop the slide into anarchy and despair? Secession is the only answer.

  39. @Priss Factor

    Is that supposed to be the twin towers? Check this out.

    If this coin was minted as a commemoration of the 1967 war, why is the plane a passenger jet?

    • LOL: El Dato, Polistra
    • Replies: @Alfa158
  40. @Priss Factor

    If he did address that topic, he would become a nonentity.

    • Replies: @Priss Factor
  41. The US is not a failed state in the same fashion as Somalia Haiti or Guatemala; many of the ills Pat describes are self-inflicted; we chose to hollow out our industrial base and outsource to China; we dont have to defend Taiwan as we dont have a formal defense treaty with them and a war guarantee to Taiwan would be foolish in the extreme anyway; as for drug use by Americans its time the US government accepted the fact that Americans will never cease consuming illegal narcotics and legalize them so drug addicts can get the care they need and the profits go to the states and cities instead of the bloodthirsty cartels; as for the ”Pandemic” time to treat Covid like the Flu and stop all the silly mandates and shutdowns; the virus is 99 percent survivable after all; the Southern border is open by design and the US could control it if it wanted to; a year ago we had a President who had successfully gotten the border under control; but the current President sees Open Borders as desirable; but the Southern border has been open for decades because big buisiness wants an unending supply of cheap docile illegal labor; so no the US is not a failed state in the traditional sense.

    • Replies: @Bill Jones
  42. Fr. John says:
    @follyofwar

    As Rand Paul recently said in a video watched by millions: “It’s time to RESIST! They can’t arrest all of us.”

    Start HERE.

    SECESSION. NOW.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  43. Why should Americans fight or die for Taiwan? Why? What for? What has Taiwan or its people ever done for Americans? I don’t see any other country in the western hemisphere worried about Taiwan? Why has the USA kept troops in South Korea for 71 years? Or Okinawa?

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  44. Is America Becoming a Failed State?

    Becoming? I’d say America is already there…

    Oregon governor signs bill removing reading, writing, & math requirements for high school kids, to help ‘students of color’

    I’m sure the results of this policy will be amazing.

  45. @Harry Huntington

    If America did not want to fight in WW1 then why did it choose to declare war on Germany and the Central Powers. America was not threatened in any way. Nor did the USA need to do anything about Japan. War could have been avoided, especially if America had not acquired numerous possessions in the Pacific.

  46. Is America Becoming a Failed State?

    I say:

    The JEW/WASP Ruling Class of the American Empire that controls the government of the USA is using globalization and mass immigration and financialization and monetary policy extremism to destroy the sovereignty of the USA.

    The Bushes and the Clintons and the Biden mob and the Obama bunch are attacking the historic American nation.

    The Bush Organized Crime Syndicate — along with the Bush-controlled Cheney criminal functionaries — is treasonous to the bone.

    Mass immigration extremist and hashish smoker Jebby Bush brings up that Rothschild puppet whore Macron when Jebby the WASP turd goes on and on about attacking and destroying the historic American nation with weaponized mass legal immigration and mass illegal immigration.

    Rothschild brings up the new Mel Gibson movie about the Rothschild globalizer bankers and Jebby Bush was selling commercial and residential real estate in Miami when the drug dealers were laundering drug money by purchasing property in Florida.

    Rick Scott, the Republican Party US Senator from Florida, is another asshole from Florida who pushes mass legal immigration and mass illegal immigration. Marco Rubio crawled into bed with Obama to push an immigration bill that would have tripled legal immigration and it would have given amnesty to upwards of 30 million illegal alien invader interloper infiltrators.

    All the experts that I have consulted with agree that Jebby Bush is a mass immigration extremist rich boy globalizer baby boomer treasonite WASP turd. Some Dartmouth pukes like Jebby Bush because those Dartmouth dirtbags are treasonous rodentine scum and the Dartmouth hedge fund endowment must be taxed at a rate not less than 100 percent.

    Jebby Bush and Macron and the Rothschild globalizer bankers are evil scum who want to destroy the very concept of nation-state sovereignty.

    [MORE]

    I wrote this in April of 2018 about these globalizer treasonites who wish to attack and destroy nation-state sovereignty and historic national identities:

    Macron is an evil whore puppet for the Rothschild globalizer bankers. This “contemporary multilateralism” hot air of which Macron speaks is old-fashioned sovereignty-sapping globalization wrapped up in another guise.

    “Multilateralism” or “shared sovereignty” or the nonsense about the United States/Mexican border area being “one magnificent region” is all rhetoric designed to cover the anti-sovereignty tracks of globalizers such as Macron.

    Macron won on a campaign promising to go “beyond left and right.” Marine Le Pen had the brains to see that the old “Left and Right” paradigm was history. Marine Le Pen said the new political conflict for our time is the epic battle between the Patriots who wish to defend national sovereignty and cultural cohesion against the Globalizers who want to transition to transnationalism while using mass immigration to attack the historic ancestral core of each nation.

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/lars-von-triers-melancholia-rebirth-to-star-trump-macron/#comment-2302696

    Tweet from 2015:

  47. @Priss Factor

    US has out-sourced the refining of the REM ore. It is not easy to recreate a lost industry. (Indeed , has it ever been accomplished in any nation? Perhaps HBS and some economists can help provide some examples of recreated industrial ecosystems)

    But the outsourcing affectrs almost all industries, and not just assembling iphones. for example, food packaging originates in China, I think. So even if we can grow our own food, how do we deliver it to the urban consumer ? (hmm our farm equipment probably depends on some “small” parts from China, so foodproduction will probably stop after a period…”

    outsourcing : those large metallic containers that leave our almost – choked ports empty , actually arrived full of goods that we once made here.

    A war with China : hmm no more iphone chargers, no more food packaging so no more food. I think the USA will give up rather soon. Hopefully, someone in the DS understands all this, and realizes that war is truly not the answer for a de-industrualised, demoralised, somewhat degenerate society

  48. Phipps says:

    The Delta variant is a “death sentence to the unvaccinated”? Who are you, Jewish ghost writer, and what have you done with Pat Buchanan?

    • Replies: @FUBSY
  49. @Supply and Demand

    Eh, knowing Xi-Jinping Thought, as well as Russian input on the matter, it would probably be a much nicer systemic reform (the Xinjiang Camps, for example, as a not unreasonable extreme.) They probably wouldn’t want to indulge an Ex-Pat’s worst grudges against his 2nd homeland. Though, if your Father-in-Law has said otherwise on the subject of brutalizing peasants, one can count me as surprised (I’ve heard some Chinese talk about liquidating American pseudo-leftists and “intellectuals”, though.) If the war involved the massacre of tens of millions of Chinese via firebombing and starvation, however, I’ll grant you nothing would be off the table of occupation policies then.

    The masses here are in a tragic and vile condition, though the people running the show aren’t doing much to help. Maybe the only option forward is catastrophe, though wishing for it can be an evil, too.

    You do have the greatest chip on your shoulder of any expat I’ve ever met, though. It’s impressive. I mean, I hate this country and regime, but your disgust is almost transcendent. It’s like those people America picks up who advocate the atomic bombing or occupation and exploitation of their previous countries. Vile, but impressive.

  50. anoNymous[320] • Disclaimer says:

    “Is that not the definition of a failed or failing state?”

    Could you not look up the fucking definition of a failed or failing state, when you try to ask a rhetorical question?

    Pat, fire that intern. Failed state is a term of art. A failed state is a state that cannot protect humans under its control from the gravest crimes. So of course the USA is a failed state. It failed to protect humans under its control from CIA’s crime against humanity of systematic and widespread torture. It failed to protect Americans from the exterminative opium trade of the Sackler criminal enterprise. It failed to protect Americans, satellite states, and humans in nonbelligerent countries everywhere from CIA use of the banned biological weapon SARS-COV-2.

    Knock it off with the hand-wringing, it’s unmanly. Come out and say it, the USA has no reason to exist. Just shitcan it. Knock it over, rip it apart, wreck its defense industrial base. That did the Russians a world of good. That will improve the lives of Americans, too.

    • Troll: Corvinus
  51. Realist says:
    @Chris Moore

    The ones in bed with the ((Jewish)) slavers and slave brokers and their clever “Curse of Ham” rationale.

    There have always been quick buck artists, grifters and Satanists in bed with ((Jews)) and their easy-money-no-matter-the-ultimate-cost Talmudic values.

    From left to right, one can identify evil by the following the ((Jews)) and their quick-buck courtiers down through history.

    Yes, as I said pale-skinned colonists.

  52. Realist says:
    @Rich

    And most of them didn’t. The overwhelming majority of Whites in the colonies didn’t own slaves, and those free Whites who had to compete against the large, slave owning plantations, suffered for it.

    Agreed.

  53. Corvinus says:
    @Fr. John

    “SECESSION. NOW.”

    OK, so lead the charge. Talk is cheap. Post your progress on this fine opinion webzine.

    • Replies: @Alfa158
  54. @Max Maxwell

    the US is not a failed state in the traditional sense.

    Perhaps not. It has however, long been a failed Nation.

  55. Here at home, the COVID-19 pandemic, now in a fourth wave, is infecting 100,000 Americans every day, with hospitalizations rising commensurately. For that third of a nation still unvaccinated, the delta variant is a potential death sentence.

    Starting to sound like Pretendsident biden here.

    Secession is coming, one way or another, no need to guess how or when.

    • Disagree: Corvinus
    • Replies: @follyofwar
  56. Alfa158 says:
    @Charles Carroll

    The Twin towers hadn’t been built yet in 1968. That’s a Torah scroll.
    There are four engine military aircraft.
    Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar and a coincidence is just a coincidence, not everything has a buried secret meaning. There’s plenty of nasty and blatant stuff like the attack on the US Liberty to work on without stretching.

    • Replies: @Polistra
  57. Alfa158 says:
    @Corvinus

    You have to be patient. Talk is how every movement starts, by building consciousness and awareness. The founding of Israel started with the Zionist congresses “talking cheap” about it 51 years before. It will likewise take a while before the movement can build to the point where it can succeed against a psychopathic power structure that will use any means whatsoever to crush it. In this case it probably won’t take 51 years since the power structure is devouring itself.
    This fine webzine is just one little forum for getting to there.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  58. SafeNow says:

    Okay, Rand, you say “resist, they can’t put us all in jail,” but the resist/jail option is now up to you, not to me, a nobody in pajamas. A red-state senator (that’s you, Rand) and governor, surrounded by their police chiefs, would have to announce that their state is resisting; in effect seceding. Pack your toothbrush, DeSantis, and do what needs to be done.

    • Agree: RadicalCenter
    • Replies: @Polistra
  59. MarkinLA says:
    @anonymouseperson

    War could have been avoided, especially if America had not acquired numerous possessions in the Pacific.

    You mean like Japan did? Ask the Koreans too while you are at it.

  60. The American political elite is batshit crazy to contemplate defending Taiwan. If the leadership of Taiwan is wise, they would say no thank you for your defense. To what such a defense will be seen in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, Yemen, to name it. The word of the US political elite is worth nothing. President Nixon and Henry Kissinger recognized Taiwan as an integral part of China, which it is. Remember, the North Korean war ended in a stalemate. In all other wars, the US lost. Even the invasion of Afghanistan with the help of its NATO vassals and other crony states ended in a crushing defeat. After 20 years of occupation of Afghanistan, the country is back to square one.

    Of course, the US is turning into a failed state or a hippie state. A cuckoo leadership allows a massive invasion to change the electorate. As if the US hasn’t a lot of existential problems, Mr. Buchanan hinted at. If the Europan States haven’t lost their sovereignty already being members of a US-controlled EU, except for Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, and Tschechien, they should sever the ties to the US and its instrument of global warfare, NATO. The US is the most war-prone and dangerous country on the globe.

    • Troll: Corvinus
  61. FUBSY says:
    @Phipps

    The Delta variant is a “death sentence to the unvaccinated”? Who are you, Jewish ghost writer, and what have you done with Pat Buchanan?

    He must be on the same island as Matt Drudge. Wiki says Matt’s relationships have always been with older men.

  62. Biff says:
    @Priss Factor

    US can use the war as excuse to tear up all I.O.U’s.

    Aye-vey, can some one explain to this guy that if you tear up one I.O.U.(bonds) you need to tear them all up, because your entire credit system is faith based.

    The very millisecond the word gets around you’re tearing up your bonds the rest of the world will dump them, and you’re holding the turkey in the biggest financial crash in the history of the world.

    • Agree: antibeast, Mark G.
  63. Realist says:
    @GomezAdddams

    Why Not?

    Buchanan’s columns are redundant bullshit.

    • Replies: @follyofwar
  64. Svevlad says:
    @Biff

    Exactly.

    People are already considering dumping. America’s rivals, especially. And the pundits and other parasites can screech how Russia is an underdeveloped shithole (with all the subtle undertones and implications that due to this it’s entire population should be carpet nuked, enslaved and exterminated forever, ditto for China), but when a country of that size and population starts dumping, even the most loyal satraps will start to flee like rats from a sinking ship, even if they will be unfathomably butthurt and seething.

    So yeah, if there’s even the slightest hint of bond tearing, the mother of all dumps will occur in picoseconds. Same effect really – the world economy will basically be deleted forever. Autarky becomes king, as God intended.

    • Replies: @Mulga Mumblebrain
  65. Is the word “becoming” becoming superfluous?

  66. @anonymouseperson

    The dream of Washington and the other Founding Fathers went up in smoke when Abraham (!) Lincoln – probably the worst man in Western history, whom to compare with Hitler would be a disgrace to Hitler – became president; his crucial insight was that war crimes and genocides do not stand in the way of sanctification as long as enough people are enabled to make money from them. Heeding that lesson, the powers that be saw WW1 and 2 primarily as a business opportunity too good to be missed, hiring out their inbred yokels to the British Empire in its pissing contest with the German Empire (which is ironic, given the fact that 150 years before the Germans had hired out their inbred yokels to Britain to fight the Americans). Worked perfectly well too, as far as the deal itself is concerned; the vast resources of the British Empire were funnelled to the US to pay for the support, effectively resulting in dissolution of the British Empire and precisely one century of unprecedented prosperity for the US, which since the end of WW2 have been looking for an opportunity to pull off yet another stunt like that. Now the chickens are coming home to roost.

  67. @Realist

    Then why do you waste your time reading them?

    • Replies: @Realist
  68. @Sick of Orcs

    From what I’ve read from several sources, only half of the nation has been jabbed, not the two-thirds figure Pat has swallowed. (Not ironically, it is “vaccine hesitant” blacks who have driven down this figure). But, have no fear, they’re coming for the rest of us. If the dumbed down American populace was not so brainwashed by media propaganda, ever more would Resist (as courageous Rand Paul asks us to) every time that senile, propped up “Weekend at Bernie’s,” traitorous idiot Biden yells at them to take the jab OR ELSE. It saddens me that a once great mind like Buchanan, (well he is 83 after all), doesn’t realize what the power mad Globalists are up to.

    • Replies: @Thomasina
    , @Sick of Orcs
  69. @Biff

    The very millisecond the word gets around you’re tearing up your bonds the rest of the world will dump them, and you’re holding the turkey in the biggest financial crash in the history of the world.

    Power means never having to admit you’re wrong.

    US media control world opinion. US could make China the pariah nation that invaded free Taiwan.

    US defied the UN and invaded nations. US froze assets of other nations on a whim. US subverted elections around the world. US supports utter dehumanization of Palestinians. Any repercussions?

    Also, even as US uses the stick on China, it could offer carrots to other nations.

    • Agree: Polistra
  70. Thomasina says:
    @Chris Moore

    “The basic framework was strikingly simple. The U.S. would buy oil from Saudi Arabia and provide the kingdom military aid and equipment. In return, the Saudis would plow billions of their petrodollar revenue back into Treasuries and finance America’s [deficit] spending.”

    Same thing is happening with China. The U.S. corporations took the jobs to China and provided China with technology and hard-fought know-how. In return, China would plow billions of their manufacturing dollars (manudollars) back into Treasuries and finance America’s [deficit] spending.

    • Replies: @Chris Moore
  71. Realist says:
    @follyofwar

    Then why do you waste your time reading them?

    I quit reading than some time back. I just get a kick out of the goofballs that do.

    • Replies: @Realist
  72. Corvinus says:
    @Alfa158

    Lol, be patient. It’s always later and someday with you guys. I’ve heard this same argument for 50 years. You are no different than the “Deep State/Jewish Cabal/Globalists” with your own psychotic power structure to curb any and all dissent by brute force. But normies see right through your ruse.

  73. Realist says:
    @Realist

    Should read…I quit reading them…

  74. Thomasina says:

    “America is unable to win the wars she chooses to fight. She cannot or will not control and defend her borders from a mass migrant invasion. She cannot halt an outbreak of criminality and killing in her great cities. She has not run a trade surplus in four decades. Her dependency upon foreign producers is unprecedented. And her budget deficits continue to break records every year — as does her soaring national debt.”

    Interesting that the poppy fields (heroin) of Afghanistan were abandoned at precisely the same time as the (((Ruling Elite))) discovered an equally rich form of revenue – VACCINES.

    The Ruling Elite don’t want to defend the borders. These migrants are providing cheap labor for the Chamber of Commerce members, a whole new flock for the churches who helped usher the migrants into the country, and a great source of ignorant future voters who won’t be able to spell “Constitution” let alone realize the significance of it. No, there will be no tax on the remittances being sent home to the old country. Mexico, as an example, now gets more revenue from remittances sent home than they do from oil revenue.

    The Ruling Elite could stop the criminality and killing in the great cities, but they don’t want to. Why would they want to stop something they created? They purposely sent in Antifa and BLM (much like they did with ISIS in the Middle East) to destroy these cities. Nothing like fear and chaos to demoralize a population. And George Floyd was the icing on the cake – shame the population, get the Whites back in line, call them “terrorists”.

    She hasn’t run a trade surplus in decades? All by design. (See my comment #74 above).

    Her dependency upon foreign producers is unprecedented? All by design again. Those producers are bought and paid for. No way they step out of line; they’re part of the “club”. Britain lost their power to the U.S., and now the U.S. is “willingly” losing their power to China. Follow the money. It’s over in China, which has been elected by the world elite to become the next power (of course, all controlled by the world elites). They don’t care which country they’re in, so long as they have power, control and, of course, the money.

    Budget deficits? The Ruling Elite don’t care. They won’t be paying for it.

    The U.S. will become part of an American Union, very much like the European Union. A bunch of unelected bureaucrats dictating from above.

    Boy, they sure are leaving behind a scorched earth, aren’t they? Almost as if it’s by design.

  75. anon[209] • Disclaimer says:

    America hasn’t been a real country for the past five decades, possibly longer. It has been solely a for profit corporation. Even wars are enormously profitable for certain sectors incl. the MIC and media.

    Covid19 might be bad for some restaurant owners, but professional workers who can work remotely are mostly doing fine, some better than fine. The ridiculously low interest rate and the Fed’s incessant QE have spurred new asset bubbles in real estate and the stock market, so the rich got richer. But the poor aren’t doing so bad either. They’re getting paid extra to not work, and those who choose to work have the best job market in a long time and are getting raises.

    With remote work and homeschooling gaining traction, large coastal cities that used to be centers of power dominated by Democrats are now drowning in their own feces, taken over by criminals and homeless. Productive people are moving out of cities to work remotely, bringing much needed prosperity to previously economically depressed areas in the heartland. Overtime this could also reduce the need for immigration as the foreign workers can now work from their home countries.

    Meanwhile, international traveling has come to a stand still with borders closing everywhere, reducing globalization/immigration as well as air pollution from airplanes. Traffic is much better everywhere, air is much cleaner. Yes the border situation is bad but no law has been passed to legalize their status yet, while DACA has been ruled unlawful by a federal judge. Eventually we might still be able to send them all packing if we elect the right people.

    So, it’s not all bad.

  76. Thomasina says:
    @follyofwar

    “It saddens me that a once great mind like Buchanan (well he is 83 after all), doesn’t realize what the power mad Globalists are up to.”

    Buchanan is probably not capable of seeing evil. If you don’t see the evil in yourself (and it is there!), if you don’t see the evil you’re capable of, then you don’t see it in others. You don’t recognize it. Jordan Peterson said:

    “Unless you can think the way an evil person thinks, then you’re defenseless against them because they’ll go places you can’t imagine and then they win.

    “A harmless man is not a good man. A good man is a very, very dangerous man who has that under voluntary control. If you are around a man who is dangerous AND disciplined, then everybody should watch their step. You have to have imagination for that kind of evil.”

    Christianity has a lot of good in it, kindness, fairness, but, as Peterson said, “good” doesn’t cut it. I don’t think “turn the other cheek” meant getting steamrollered. The American people must embrace their evil side in order to be able to combat the evil that is working against it. Best to be very, very dangerous, but then control it.

    • Agree: Kolya Krassotkin
  77. El Dato says:
    @KenH

    Meanwhile, the virus reportedly can replicate faster in vaccinated individuals which means they can carry a much higher viral load (making them more contagious) but not know it since they’ll only have mild symptoms.

    No, vaccinated and unvaccinated people shed similar loads of virus.

  78. GMC says:

    But But we are doing one Hell of a Job for Israel’s Borders. And even Syria’s northern border is now protected by the USA and it’s proxy armies. And how about the photo at Moon -Alabama of all those lines of US Military Humvees and those big Oshkosh b Gosh armoured vehicles – We left for the Taliban, so they can protect their Borders. The only thing protecting the southern border is – Satire.

  79. Pat has a habit of asking questions about issues that are already obvious—-when it comes to the many ways that “failed” state’s can be judged. I won’t list those ways, as the majority of the people on this forum no doubt already know them.

  80. Chris Moore says: • Website
    @Thomasina

    The U.S. corporations took the jobs to China and provided China with technology and hard-fought know-how. In return, China would plow billions of their manufacturing dollars (manudollars) back into Treasuries and finance America’s [deficit] spending.

    ((Jews)) not only relish their epic Ponzi scheme (which pays them billions in “management” and propaganda fees and pays for Judeofascist Zionism in Israel), but they relish the act of betrayal necessary to pull it off, and they further relish knowing that a few goy know who and what is behind the treason, but are totally unable to do a thing about it because ((they)) have all the levers of power bought off, implicated, tied up and complicit.

    They’re not only psychopaths, but sadistic psychopaths.

    • Replies: @Mulga Mumblebrain
  81. @Charles Carroll

    If he did address that topic, he would become a nonentity.

    He already is. He once used to work at CNN, but MSNBC dropped him. The ONLY OUTLET left for him was McLaughlin Group and that was no good after McL died.

  82. ‘Diversity’ means the favoring the global majority over one’s national folks, the global minority. Every nation constitutes a global minority. Even China and India with their huge populations have global minorities. After all, neither Chinese nor Indians make up the global majority.

    ‘Diversity(and/or Inclusion)’ says your national folks, the global minority, have no right or reason to say NO to mass-immigration of and great replacement by the global majority.

    The ONE EXCEPTION are the Jews of Israel. Not only do they have the right to preserve their global minority in their own nation but the REST OF US must also praise them for doing so… even as Jews admonish us to favor the global majority(of would-be mass migrants) over the global minority of our national folks.

  83. Hacienda says:
    @Priss Factor

    Do you know something we don’t? Have you simulated a Chinese invasion of the US after the US loses Taiwan and defaults?

    I, for one, am very curious about how the Chinese would rule the U.S. I suppose it would be a lot better for Asian men, socially. I doubt that they would treat whites badly. It may be that Chinese liberate the Navaho, Lakota, all the tribes. That would be great by my reckoning. The world is really missing the nomadic tribes. Badly.

    • Replies: @Jokem
  84. Ragno says:

    “…becoming a failed state?”

    Never thought the day would arrive when I’d counsel Pat to read a fistful of Paul Craig Roberts’ missives before sitting down in front of his word processor; well, that day has arrived. Months ago.

    Unfortunately, while conservatives have no peers when it comes to blood and thunder essays and radio shows, the Bolsheviks they militate against now own the country, flat out. ….and they achieved this by embracing violence, via their Praetorian-guard proxies, antifa and BLM – while their editorial writers and electronic propagandists (who needs radio when you control cable and broadcast television?) simply deny it (“it’s a myth”) or dismiss it (“mostly-peaceful protests”), often both at once, while routinely, casually, shamelessly charging their opponents with murder and treason – but only those opponents who demonstrate effectiveness and/or popularity.

    The problem here – and maybe Pat doesn’t realize this – is that the mechanisms of liberal democracy are no safeguard against tyranny; in fact, depending on how vicious and determined the tyrants are, seizing those mechanisms is easier than most of us ever dreamed. This would have ended far differently if we’d remained a Constitutional republic, foremost by taking that status seriously. But when it mattered most, we allowed ourselves to be talked into pretending we were a liberal democracy and always had been. If we’d had statesmen courageous enough to loudly holler “to HELL with democracy!”, we w0uldn’t be up shit’s creek right now, headed for irreversible disaster.

    • Agree: Thomasina
    • Replies: @GeneralRipper
    , @Jokem
  85. @Priss Factor

    Ah! True diversity at last! Different faces, same thought.

  86. Jokem says:
    @Biff

    Only if the rest of the world thinks tearing them up is legitimate. The message is, ‘Make War on countries friendly to the USA, there will be consequences.’

  87. GeneralRipper [AKA "The Griffins"] says:
    @Ragno

    Another excellent post from Ragno.

    Thanks you, sir.

  88. Jokem says:
    @Hacienda

    It would be a one-party dictatorship. Everyone would be exploited. People with Wealth, including those who worked and saved and invested well would be eliminated, i.e. those that know how to keep the country going.

    • Replies: @Hacienda
  89. Jokem says:
    @Ragno

    I have to agree that a Constitutional Republic is better then what we have.

  90. MarkinLA says:
    @Biff

    because your entire credit system is faith based.

    Not really. It is based on paying the interest and priciple when the bonds mature. If you stop paying on Chinese held bonds and pay everyone else, nobody else will care.

    • Agree: RadicalCenter
    • Replies: @Jokem
  91. @follyofwar

    If I was Pretendsident Snifford Gropegirl’s handler, I would target January of next year (after the populace has been fagged and farked by the holidays gauntlet) for all citizens to be force-vaxed.

    I don’t see these evil pricks relenting for any reason, save one: the will to purge every last politico from existence.

    Until they’re terrified we won’t get freedom back.

  92. Jokem says:
    @MarkinLA

    ‘If you stop paying on Chinese held bonds and pay everyone else, nobody else will care.’

    If fact, they might even cheer?

    It is true, though, about the credit system being faith based. Faith that paying on the bonds will continue.
    Government securities still are rated AAA (or maybe AA+)

  93. Hacienda says:
    @Jokem

    At first, they would try to run the US like they run China. They would find out it doesn’t work.
    One positive is they would not tolerate multi-culti dialectics. They are segregationist, not integrationist. Practical, not ideological. They would end the pandemic nonsense quickly. End the liberal project which forces everyone into the same box. End US meddling in the ME. Allow the return of meritocracy to the education system. Reintroduce segregation in schools. Broaden the “liberal” education. The US would no longer be a continent-wide platform to invade/eliminate Mongoloids of various kinds. Yet, whitey can keep all the toys that they love. Except the planet-killing toys. Blacks will be given their due, have an authentic black culture. Not this protest/anger/penis culture. Public spaces will look like public spaces again.

    • Troll: Mulga Mumblebrain
  94. Uncle Sam says:

    It is time for a military coup. The retired generals and admirals who make up Flag Officers 4 America should use their contacts in the military to begin such a coup. Of course, General Milley would have to be pushed out of the way.

    Either we have a military coup to impose martial law or America is finished.

    • Replies: @Authenticjazzman
  95. Uncle Sam says:
    @Rational

    The military should overthrow the government and throw Biden out on the street, along with Milley.

    • Replies: @Jokem
  96. Jokem says:

    I don’t believe that. Red China would rule here with an Iron Fist. Not to the extent Joseph Stalin ruled the USSR, but still harsh. Toys, baloney, the people with the fast cars and luxury yachts would be sent to ‘reeducation camps’. People with Covid would be executed if there was not enough medical resources to treat them.

    Resistance from Black, Brown, White, Green, Lavender, Ultraviolet, et. al. would be crushed mercilessly.

    What you say is partly true, I think, but the pendulum would swing too far the other way.

  97. Jokem says:
    @Uncle Sam

    I submit you are proposing illegal activity. I don’t want you to get into trouble.

    A military coup would just exchange one set of problem for another.

    • Replies: @Uncle Sam
  98. @KenH

    And the vaccinated will exert the selective pressure to create new ‘variants’ of the virus. All part of the plan I suspect.

  99. @Chris Moore

    I am certain that blaming all Jews for the depravities of the Zionazi and Talmudic elites is morally and tactically wrong. We’ll need the sane Jews to help disempower the Evil Jews, and the Sabbat Goy psychopaths who are their allies.

    • Replies: @Chris Moore
  100. @Svevlad

    Russia has dumped US Treasuries already, and stocked up on gold. The USA is approaching the end-stage of the US petro-dollar fiat Ponzi scheme, the first sign of which terminal phase was probably the repo market blow-up in September 2019. A fateful date, I would say, and one the probably triggered the Hail Mary tactic of a bio-warfare attack on China.

    • Agree: BluEidDvl
    • Replies: @BluEidDvl
  101. Anonymous[260] • Disclaimer says:
    @anonymouseperson

    three-word answer:
    to spite China.
    You can see how psycho the American ruling class is.

  102. Polistra says:
    @Alfa158

    Or maybe it was just a joke…..

  103. Polistra says:
    @SafeNow

    DeSantis will do it! Just have to convince him it’s Good For the Jews.

  104. Chris Moore says: • Website
    @Mulga Mumblebrain

    I am certain that blaming all Jews for the depravities of the Zionazi and Talmudic elites is morally and tactically wrong. We’ll need the sane Jews to help disempower the Evil Jews, and the Sabbat Goy psychopaths who are their allies.

    I’ve repeatedly stated that these Globalist psychopath ((Jews)) aren’t really Jewish. Moses founded the religion. He destroyed the Hebrew golden calf-worshiping element (precursors to the Moneychangers and Globalists).

    I’m confidant that true Jews who hear the calling will do as Moses did and rout these fakes, frauds and parasites.

  105. “Britain would go on from the loss of her 13 colonies to create the greatest empire since Rome.”
    And lost it too: the fate of every empire. In the coming conflagration all will lose – no winners.
    https://www.ghostsofhistory.wordpress.com/

  106. c matt says:

    Is America becoming a failed state?

    No. It IS a failed state.

  107. ANON[202] • Disclaimer says: • Website
    @rgl

    merica is a jooish golem to be used and then discarded. All the problems faced today are the result of jooish subversion.

  108. Goddard says:
    @Rich

    America is becoming part of Latin America, that’s all.

    America was intended to be White Civilization 2.0, the “last, best hope” of mankind, European and in particular Anglo-Celtic civilization grafted onto the tabula rasa of a vast continent. That aspiration is dead. The United States is reverting to the dismal New World mean and becoming yet another shitty mestizo empire.

    • Agree: BluEidDvl
    • Replies: @BluEidDvl
  109. Uncle Sam says:
    @Jokem

    So Biden’s refusal to enforce the immigration laws and thereby engaging in illegal, unconstitutional activity is ok.

    Don’t be a fool.

    • Replies: @Jokem
  110. Jokem says:
    @Uncle Sam

    The proper remedy for that is impeachment.

    I submit a military coup would put us on the road to a Police State.

    If you think you can continue to propose such and the authorities will not eventually take official notice you are the fool.

  111. BluEidDvl says:
    @Goddard

    Yep. We threw away that civilization first in 1619 & onwards by bringing Homo Erectus slave labor to our shores. Second, in 1913 by handing over our financial future over to a certain small hatted ((tribe)). Thirdly in 1965 by opening our borders to the 3rd world, forever altering the demographic makeup of the country. Those combined assures that collapse is inevitable. You CANNOT have a future for your country if:

    1. You do not have control over your banking system & media.

    2. If you have Homo Erectus hordes running roughshod over your lands.

    3. You displace/replace the native stock of the country.

    We have all three aplenty. The faster this satanic shitstorm collapses, the faster we might have a chance of gaining control over our own future.. 🤔

  112. BluEidDvl says:
    @Mulga Mumblebrain

    It certainly does make one wonder how much longer now?. With such a major country as Russia dumping its treasuries, all it would take now is China & Saudi Arabia to do the same & its game over. China now has an economy large enough that it sustain growth & expansion with its domestic market. Its now a world leader in many key industries. Its military is growing exponentially. It KNOWS that America is a waning hegemon, beset with crippling societal ills & economic woes. How much longer does one think the Chinese will continue to accept the U.S. dollar as the worlds reserve currency?. Since our productivity base has been gutted, there will be nothing to back up that collapsing dollar & hyperinflation will set in. Once that happens, this republic is finished. We’re NOT a “Blut und Boden” country, a country united by blood, ethnicity, language, religion or culture. Once that “American Dream”, that striving for the almighty dollar is rendered meaningless because that dollar is rendered worthless & that satanic power base in Washington is rendered toothless, well, maybe then we can start the renewal of our people?.. 🤔

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  113. @Anon

    Always highly amusing to see a brainwashed, racist, Sinophobic Yamkee Doodle Noodle shooting its feeding orifice off.

  114. @BluEidDvl

    The Chinese understand all that, but they have no desire to destroy the USA or see it brought low. That would be extraordinarily dangerous given the sole remaining real US strength is the ability to destroy the world with military aggression. Moreover the only, slim, remaining hope to avert Near Term Human Extinction from ecological collapse is through total global co-operation, and humanity cannot afford any wars of succession.

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  115. BluEidDvl says:
    @Mulga Mumblebrain

    Agreed. Alas though, the psychotic maniacs in Washington & the Pentagon would rather take this whole world down with it rather the acknowledge that they’re no longer the worlds hegemon?. Hopefully, the dollar will collapse before their maniacal plans are implemented to their fruition & maybe, just maybe whatever new world arises will be better than the old one?. One thing is absolutely clear though. This world & this civilization CANNOT survive as long as America exists in its current incarnation?.

    One look at this world & all I can think is “it never should’ve been this way”.. 😒

  116. Uncle Sam says:

    Jokem,

    Do your homework. Check out Flag Officers 4 America. Similarly, the French military made a very public announcement about the direction France is headed.

    Military officers take an oath to the Constitution, not to any particular person.

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  117. Jokem says:
    @Uncle Sam

    Flag officers are subordinate to the Civilian Authority.

    When the CIC gives an order they are bound to follow it, with very little wiggle room.

  118. @Uncle Sam

    Let’s just finally face the fact that the Democrat/woke faction has reached the state of total invulnerability, they will never be defeated within the political arena through elections or politiking of any nature period.
    So what does this leave as options for the non-woke, sane faction in America?

    AJM

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