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It is sometimes difficult to absorb how much the United States has changed in the past twenty years, and not for the better. When I was in grade school in the 1950s there was a favorite somewhat simplistic saying much employed by teachers to illustrate the success of the American way of life that prevailed at that time. It went “What’s good for General Motors is good for America” and it meant that the U.S. version of a robust and assertive capitalist economy generated opportunity and prosperity for the entire nation. Today, having witnessed the devastation and offshoring of the domestic manufacturing economy by those very same corporate managers, such an expression would be rightly sneered at and considered risible.

Currently the politically motivated expressions of national greatness tend to honor America’s quality rather than the jobs and prosperity that it is able to generate. Presidents speak of the country’s “Exceptionalism,” as well as it being a “force for good” and “leader of the free world” with all that implies. That Americans are now in fact both poorer and less safe has generated its own national myth, that of a country beleaguered by terrorists who despise “our freedom” and which has been stabbed in the back by others, mostly in Asia, who have been engaging in unfair practices to bring America down. President Joe Biden’s gang of apologists has as well been fixated on the positive assertions that “America is back” and that the president will “build back better,” surely meaningless expressions that reflect the vacuity of the Democratic Party pre-electoral hype that Donald Trump had led the country to perdition.

President Joe Biden’s United Nations address three weeks ago was indeed largely Trump without all the bluster, threats and admonishments. He lied to the world leaders that: “I stand here today, for the first time in 20 years, with the United States not at war.” According to the latest available information, the U.S. was involved in seven wars in 2018: Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, Yemen, Somalia, Libya, and Niger. Now that Afghanistan is nominally over, the number of current American wars is six officially, though none of them are actually declared by Congress as demanded the Constitution. If one includes clandestine counter-terrorism operations the real number is certainly much higher.

Joe Biden issued a call for all nations to work together to deal with transnational and even global threats like climate change and the pandemic, promising “relentless diplomacy” from the United States with a pledge that “we will look ahead, we will lead.” The response by the audience was predictably tepid as no one asked Joe whether anyone really wanted to be led any more, most notably America’s oldest friend and ally France, which was recently stiffed on a submarine deal by the White House. There are even reports that Biden is on bad terms with Great Britain, usually a completely reliable partner in crime. It was as if the U.S. president were reading from the “General Motors” script, having forgotten to refresh himself on what happened more recently in the debacle retreat from Afghanistan, which was not mentioned at all.

But it wasn’t all sugar and spice as Biden demonstrated his required toughness, cautioning Iran and skewering those who do not “…give their people the ability to breathe free, …who seek to suffocate their people with an iron-hand authoritarianism. The authoritarians of the world, they seek to proclaim the end of the age of democracy, but they’re wrong.” He was speaking, somewhat gratuitously, about Russia and China while also failing to mention the chaos on the U.S. southern border, demonstrating once again that everything is susceptible to change, but not in Washington.

To be sure, perhaps the most interesting aspect of the speech was the complete lack of self-awareness that the world has moved on without the United States, which has been locked into a certain foreign policy mindset since 9/11. In the past two decades Washington has invaded and brought about regime change in Afghanistan and Iraq, and has attempted to do the same unsuccessfully in Syria. It has openly intervened in the electoral process in Ukraine, which brought about a change of government that also generated a major crisis with Russia. It joined together with European allies to overthrow the Libyan government, reducing that stable and prosperous country into what is currently little better than a gangster and terrorist stronghold. It has more recently been seeking to undermine the elected government in Venezuela and has worked assiduously to wreck that country’s economy. It has interfered in Cuba, Bolivia and Ecuador and has dealt out devastating economic sanctions on adversaries like Iran.

It should be noted that all those initiatives, which Joe Biden might describe as “leadership,” took place under both Democratic and Republican Administrations, suggesting that if there is consensus in Washington it likely can be found in the willingness to wreck other nations. And Joe denounces “authoritarian” regimes without recognizing that many Americans have observed how the United States is itself becoming a model totalitarian state, irrationally obsessed with war while also having a health care system that has been ranked as one of the worst in the developed world. Witness the Patriot Act and the Authorization for the Use of Military Force, which have empowered any president to go to war without being endangered by a foreign threat. And then there is the Military Commissions Act which permits the indefinite imprisonment of terror and other suspects without having to charge anyone with a crime. And what about the prisoners still held without trial at Guantanamo after twenty years, or the Obama initiated policy of assassinating U.S. citizens overseas using drones? Or using drones to wipe out entire wedding parties while imprisoning the whistleblower Daniel Hale who had the temerity to reveal that 90% of the drone deaths in Afghanistan were of innocent bystanders who fit a “profile”?

And then there is the handling of the COVID-19 virus vaccination program at home, making it mandatory if people want to stay employed or in school. Or have a government job. The Biden Administration is now making health care decisions that impact directly on all Americans. Joe Biden is all for that and some in his administration are calling for mandatory booster vaccinations to include everyone who is already allegedly protected. Many Americans are resisting the government policies and there is growing dissent from the scientific and medical community over the efficacy of the vaccines, to include some legitimate concerns that they do more harm than good.

The government is also planning on looking at everyone’s bank accounts, an enormous invasion of privacy. A proposal working its way into law would require all banks to report directly to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) all relevant information on any account that has more than \$600 in transactions in a year. That would mean nearly all accounts and one can combine that with continued government surveillance of the phones and emails of citizens who have not been involved in any criminal activity plus increased broadening of domestic terrorism legislation and guidelines which will turn half the population into “suspects.”

So, the myth of America trudges on with some new labels attached but otherwise pretty much the same. Many would argue that it is time for a reboot, to return to constitutionalism, small government and an end to pointless foreign wars and interventions. But to do that would pit individuals and small groups against some very powerful interests, i.e. the defense industry, big pharma, and government itself, which sees its natural role as one of growth. It is an unbalanced struggle, but it must be won if the United States of America is to survive with some basic freedoms intact into the 22nd century.

Philip Giraldi, Ph.D. is Executive Director of the Council for the National Interest.

(Republished from Strategic Culture Foundation by permission of author or representative)
 
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  1. Well, hey, if anyone wants to join a rebooting, dissenting, revolutionary group Facebook’s handy dandy blacklist that was recently leaked is like a shopping list to get involved.

    https://theintercept.com/document/2021/10/12/facebook-dangerous-individuals-and-organizations-list-reproduced-snapshot/

    Thanks, Faceberg, for putting it all in one place to make it easy. Now, how about putting all of the members of those organizations in one physical place? I would call that a phoenix out of the ashes of American ruins, and somebody’s new home.

    • Replies: @CelestiaQuesta
  2. Jim H says:

    ‘And then there is the handling of the COVID-19 virus vaccination program at home, making it mandatory if people want to stay employed or in school.’ — Philip Giraldi

    Yesterday the epochtimes confirmed that according to 19 states, the sole approved covid vaccine COMIRNATY is not available, and won’t be until November.

    That is, ALL current jabs are done with experimental vaccines under an Emergency Use Authorization. The associated, FDA-required disclosure says that recipients ‘have the option to accept or refuse’ the jab.

    Plain enough, except that the Biden DOJ has issued a tendentious opinion that vaccine administrators are only obliged to show the paperwork to the recipient. The ‘accept or refuse’ terminology is of no concern to the DOJ: mere empty words.

    But that’s not so for the Nuremberg Code promulgated by the U.S. itself to try Nazi doctors:

    ‘The voluntary consent of the human subject is absolutely essential. This
    means that the person involved should have legal capacity to give consent;
    should be so situated as to be able to exercise free power of choice, without
    the intervention of any element of force, fraud, deceit, duress, overreaching,
    or other ulterior form of constraint or coercion.’

    If the United States aspires actually to become a ‘force for good,’ then figures such as Anthony Fauci, Rochelle Walensky (CDC), Janet Woodcock (FDA), Albert Bourla of Pfizer, Stéphane Bancel of Moderna, and Alex Gorsky of Johnson & Johnson need to face capital trials like the Nazi doctors for their depraved, compulsory medical experiments on a large human population.

  3. TG says:

    An interesting article, and much I agree with.

    But: this is not about Joe Biden. Joe Biden is a long-standing lickspittle corporate whore who will do anything his wealthy patrons ask. It’s why he was installed as ‘president’- he’s a sock puppet. A bare husk of a man, going through the motions and coasting on the instincts garnered from 50 years of betraying the American working class.

    Does anyone else find this strange: during the last campaign, there was zero public coverage of Biden’s actual record of 50 years of public service?

    But you have to admire the effectiveness of this: everything gets blamed on “Biden,” but he’s just reading a script. If things go up in flames, “Biden” will take all the heat, and the truly responsible will get off scott free.

    But who is really responsible? I’m not sure! Maybe Biden has simply spent 50 years surrounding himself with corrupt people who are good at divining what the elites want without being told. Maybe there are focus groups that meet periodically to keep the Biden administration on script. I doubt there is a single person or even small group in charge, but what do I know? Maybe.

    The only thing I know for sure, is that whoever is responsible for what the United States government is doing, it’s not Joe Biden. But it’s hard to blame something as abstract as “the oligarchy” without names and faces, isn’t it?

  4. Mr Giraldi, the “Build Back Better” is being parroted by at least 6 more Western leaders and not just Biden. This refers to the Bilderberg Group and the map they have drawn for the Great Reset.
    The Covid lockdowns, the mandatory jabs, the vaccine passports, the censorship, the support for big pharma and and the deliberate ruination of small businesses is all coordinated.
    The real problem is that web sites like UNZ, Zero Hedge, etc., are rare and the MSM has managed to control the narrative.
    But this problem is largely limited to the USA and to some extent to W Europe, Australia, Japan, etc.The rest of the World is pretty well aware of the situation.

    • Agree: Realist
  5. Phibbs says:

    To fight for freedom is also to fight the Jews, America’s hostile elite. The Jews are for everything (Antifa, BLM, Critical race Theory, identity politics, multiculturalism, lock-downs, vaccinations, wars for Israel, etc) that patriots oppose.

    • Agree: Fr. John
    • Replies: @Publius 2
  6. anon[203] • Disclaimer says:

    Commendably synoptic. Were you reading the transcript, or did you listen to him? This probably would have been a lot funnier if you bit the bullet and sat through it.

    Parsing the dysphasia of a vegetable just makes you the butt of DO’s joke. Admit it, it is a hilarious goof, Langley’s puppet ruler is not only bribed and blackmailed up his drippy bell-end, he’s cognitively helpless. They might as well shake a cabbage patch doll and talk for it in a squeaky voice.

    Here is what this CIA puppet ruler actually says. You need Tor Browser bundle to get it from Caligula’s horse’s mouth (and if you’re here and you don’t have it, Why the fuck not?)

    http://stormer5v52vjsw66jmds7ndeecudq444woadhzr2plxlaayexnh6eqd.onion/fox-news-cut-bidens-eloquent-speech-offering-a-solution-to-the-covid-pandemic/

    You live in a kleptocracy propped up by a police state. It’s rotten to the core and cannot be reformed. You have to get with the outside world to destroy it. How about some tips for knocking over shithole countries?

    • Agree: Robert Bruce
  7. Jim H says:

    ‘[a reboot] would pit individuals and small groups against some very powerful interests, i.e. … big pharma.’ — Philip Giraldi

    And that’s got to happen, since the Big Gov/Big Pharma declared all-out war on individuals:

    ‘[Taiwan] hadn’t had even a dozen deaths attributed to COVID-19 by the time the first vaccine was administered on March 22, 2021. But 836 of the 846 deaths attributed to COVID-19 have occurred since the vaccination program began.

    ‘In an even more dubious display, the nation’s Central Epidemic Command Center (“CECC”) has stated that 850 deaths have been reported as adverse events following vaccinations. That total eclipses the 846 fatalities attributed to the virus itself.’

    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2021-10-14/deaths-following-vaccination-reported-taiwan-exceed-nations-covid-deaths

    More Taiwanese killed by vaccines than by covid: what a humanitarian atrocity.

    As Dr Peter McCullough observed, the US vaccination program should have been shut down in February 2021, when mRNA vaccine fatalities ALREADY had exceeded the expected annual total.

    Taiwan’s appalling example of depraved medical experimentation on a civilian population points to the need for global Nuremberg trials for the makers of deadly covid vaccines, and those who mandate them. These are the Nazi doctors of our era.

    • Agree: St-Germain
    • Replies: @HdC
  8. SafeNow says:

    It is an unbalanced struggle, but it must be won if the United States of America is to survive with some basic freedoms intact into the 22nd century.

    Excellent essay, except for:

    (1) The time-frame stated in the final sentence, quoted above. I am guessing that the overwhelming majority here would say that “into the 22nd century” is much too far out.

    (2) Not even a hint is given as to HOW that unbalanced struggle might be won, i.e., organized vs. not organized. What is the plan of procedure? This is a common vice. Almost no one lays out the plan of procedure. Either they fear repercussions, or, there IS no plan.

  9. Baxter says:

    It is my understanding Venezuela has almost 20% of the world’s proven oil reserves and it is owned by the state. If this be the case, how in the world did it become an economic basket-case so fast?

  10. @Baxter

    The demand for “free stuff” is endless from the 99% stupid in any society and socialism is a system that keeps looking for more “free stuff” that is declared a “human right”.

    This continues till they have to lop off 6 or more zeroes from the currency, and by then it’s too late.

    You may ask how to identify the stupid.

    They support any one or more of the following although the list is not exhaustive:
    Fiat currency
    Think crypto is nothing like the tulip mania
    Think UBI is a fabulous idea
    Believe MMT is the real economic deal
    Don’t know that the word “democracy” never appears in the founding documents
    Attend political rallies
    Believe that voting is a duty
    Believe gov’t is necessary
    Volunteer in the US military
    Think street cops protect them
    Believe authority exists
    Get their information from the MSM
    Stood in line to get jabbed with untested sewage
    Know that white supremacy is THE problem in the country
    Have a photo of George Floyd on their phone
    Think that a humanities or social science degree is an accomplishment

    • Agree: frontier, HbutnotG
    • Thanks: Joe Levantine
  11. Joe Biden is a grifter, a crook and a communist. His kind of sick makes ex President Donald Trump look like an alter boy. Yet, millions are snowed by Biden, despite all the evidence before their eyes on the damage he does. Just my opinion, if we are still allowed to have one in this country. Even the slogan , “build back better”, is typically childish of liberals.

  12. Realist says:

    It is sometimes difficult to absorb how much the United States has changed in the past twenty years, and not for the better.

    As you may know from your association with the CIA, the United States started its long decline after WWII. It is true that the decline has vastly accelerated in the last twenty years.

    Why do you state that Biden said this, Biden declares that, Biden wants this? Biden does as he is told…he is brain dead. The Deep State is in control of the government. Biden is a puppet.

    • Agree: Decoy
    • Replies: @Dr. Charles Fhandrich
  13. @Realist

    Biden must be nominally blamed. He accepted the position and no matter who is behind him, he represents these forces. He expects the flak. It’s just a matter of semantics. It doesn’t seem to bother him much when thousands of youth scream “F” biden in many of the places he goes. He knows his role.

    • Replies: @Realist
  14. Jim H says:

    ‘In the past two decades Washington has … attempted to [implement regime change] unsuccessfully in Syria.’ — Philip Giraldi

    … and it’s still trying. Secretary of State Blinken on Wednesday, at a joint press conference with Israel and UAE:

    “What we have not done, and what we do not intend to do, is to express any support for efforts to normalize relations or rehabilitate Mr. Assad,” Blinken told a joint news conference, not referring to Assad as president.

    The United States has not “lifted a single sanction on Syria or changed our position to oppose the reconstruction of Syria until there is irreversible progress toward a political solution, which we believe is necessary and vital,” Blinken said.

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/us-rules-out-normalizing-with-syria-s-assad/ar-AAPtPic

    That’s rich … really rich. Biden’s fedgov/media axis is still on the warpath against ‘baseless’ claims of electoral fraud last year … but archly refuses to recognize another government’s long-entrenched leader, who is at least as legitimate as ‘Biden’?

    Blinken’s siege and illegal occupation of Syria is a humanitarian catastrophe for Syrians. It’s the modern-day equivalent of General Sherman marching through Georgia burning crops to starve civilians.

    And for what? Ask the Israelis sitting next to Blinken, with whom he shares an ethnic connection. Zionism ain’t beanbag, folks. Omelets, broken eggs, etc.

    That’s what the USA is shamefully reduced to, when its foreign minister isn’t even really American.

    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
  15. @Jim H

    Don’t forget the latter-day Streichers, the MSM propagandist vermin who have lied, peddled disinformation, suppressed inconvenient facts and eminent experts for reasons that might include service to power and BigPharma profit expectations, or something far, fare, more sinister. I could nominate scores here in Austfailia that I would relish seeing sentenced to life with hard labour, thereby becoming productive for once in their villainous existences.

    • Thanks: Jim H
  16. @Jim H

    Blinken does not so much share an ethnic connection with the Israeli thugs, but a pathopsychological one. All are genocidal bullies, who see murder as a religious observation.

    • Agree: GomezAdddams
    • Replies: @SafeNow
  17. Anonymous[234] • Disclaimer says:

    I would have voted for Trump because he’s not Clinton or Biden, so I understand people voting for Biden because he’s not Trump. Trump may look like a walking carrot but he’s smarter and more functional that President Vegetable.

  18. Athena says:

    The government is also planning on looking at everyone’s bank accounts, an enormous invasion of privacy. A proposal working its way into law would require all banks to report directly to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) all relevant information on any account that has more than \$600 in transactions in a year. That would mean nearly all accounts and one can combine that with continued government surveillance of the phones and emails of citizens who have not been involved in any criminal activity plus increased broadening of domestic terrorism legislation and guidelines which will turn half the population into “suspects.”


    A Nation of Snoops, Snitches & Busybodies: Tyrannical Government & Monstrous Invasions of Privacy

    (excerpts, emphassis added)
    https://barbarahartwellvscia.blogspot.com/2013/06/a-nation-of-snoops-snitches-busybodies.html

    ”It is important to understand that these snoops, meddlers, gossips, snitches (as a general description, “busybodying”) all share a form of psychopathology, no matter how small, or how great the offense. People who violate the rights of others will usually tell you that they are engaging in this behavior because they “care”, out of “love”, or “kindness”. But in truth there is a compulsion operating within them by which they are deluded into believing that they know what is “best” for others, and so have the “right” to act on that belief, without the permission (and often without the knowledge) of the other person(s).

    Make no mistake: this behavior is nothing less than an act of aggression, and it’s all about POWER and CONTROL. It’s called tyranny and is not to be tolerated. The do-gooder busybodies, the government snoops, the “concerned” parties who presume to tell you what is “best” for you, or what is for the “greater good”, are all at heart tyrants with a compulsion to interfere in the lives of others; to usurp your God-given right to self-determination; …

    Typically, instead of acknowledging that their behavior is wrongful and unprincipled, instead of apologizing, they will attempt to justify their intrusive, indiscreet and disrespectful behavior. They will become defensive and angry with you and attempt to twist your very reasonable objection to their violations of your privacy, your personal boundaries, your very God-given rights and liberties, into a convoluted power struggle. When all you are doing is defending YOUR rights, making it clear that it is not their place, not their prerogative, not their business, not their concern, to interfere in YOUR life, in an way, shape or form.

    This unprincipled behavior wreaks havoc in the lives of everyone involved. Busybodies stir up a world of trouble, simply because they refuse to MIND THEIR OWN BUSINESS and leave others in peace to tend to theirs.”

    • Thanks: Orville H. Larson, Agent76
  19. SafeNow says:
    @mulga mumblebrain

    Blinken does not so much share an ethnic connection with the Israeli thugs, but a pathopsychological one.

    Yes, it is psychological. Dissension and contentiousness as a pattern of thought. A predilection to be oppositional. An obsession for irresolvable conflict. We saw the Don Rickles mode emerge at Anchorage. Obviously this is dangerous.

    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
    , @anon
  20. @TG

    Change those “Attends” fast Joe Biden.

  21. @SafeNow

    Yeah, but Don was only kidding. And he gave Jews heaps, too. The Zionazis and their Talmudist forebears HATE all goyim. And fear that they will ‘..rise again to oppose us’, as the Passover prayer goes. If Zionazism is not brought under control, it will produce a mutant variant that sees the only salvation for the Jews lies in the disappearance of the goyim, otherwise it’s just a matter of time before the ‘New Hitler’ is not a harmless fool like Corbyn, but a real exterminationist. The fate of the Palestinians awaits us all.

    • Agree: Old and Grumpy
    • Replies: @Dave Bowman
  22. Realist says:
    @Dr. Charles Fhandrich

    Biden must be nominally blamed. He accepted the position and no matter who is behind him, he represents these forces.

    I get your point, but I am not sure he has the faculties to know what is going on.

    He knows his role.

    I’m not sure he does. Biden was born with the cognitive ability of a denizen from the left side of the curve…now he is brain dead.

    • Replies: @Dr. Charles Fhandrich
  23. Antiwar7 says:

    End of the Roman Empire.

  24. @Realist

    It’s obvious something is going on with the guy. But I don’t completely believe the gentle grandfather who is a little “confused “act. I think the left is milking it for all it’s worth.The media is useless in exposing it. They let Psaki off the hook with weak questions. If Trump had done the kinds of things Biden has, the media would be screaming day and night. These people are devious beyond belief. They have shown it a thousand times, to a weak and ineffective Republican party that simply tolerates it, even when they are control..

    • Agree: CelestiaQuesta
    • Replies: @Realist
  25. “What’s good for General Motors is good for America….”

    That’s been replaced with, “Whatever’s good for Pfizer.”

    … national myth, that of a country beleaguered by terrorists who despise “our freedom” ….

    During the days when I was in Southwest Asia keeping the world safe from democracy, the locals would tell us the “terrorists” hated us because we were there.

    That would mean nearly all accounts and one can combine that with continued government surveillance of the phones and emails of citizens who have not been involved in any criminal activity plus increased broadening of domestic terrorism legislation and guidelines which will turn half the population into “suspects.”

    The old saw that went, “If you have nothing to hide … yada, yada, yada…” has been replaced with “You will have nothing to hide,” to complement the new mantra of “You will own nothing, and you will be happy.”

    The “or else” need not be said.

  26. @RoatanBill

    You left out the greatest gift of all, mandating 2SLGBBTQQIAPWXYZ+ (Two Spirit, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Beastiality, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, Intersex, Asexual people, and Pedophiles. + added to cover the overlooked), a protected celebrated class with starring roles replacing straight white hero’s and villains.
    I can see a whole new category of books just for ‘Drag Queen Story Time Hour’.

    • Thanks: RoatanBill
    • Replies: @GomezAdddams
  27. @Sir Launcelot Canning

    Being on the same list as Hitler must be an awesome sight to behold, is he still alive?
    And wouldn’t you know it, not one honorable mention for BLM or their wigger wankers Antifa. Shame on FB.

    Imagine uniting everyone on that list and creating a global army of a thousand plus militia armies.. Shit would really hit the fan in global government plantations.

    Not that CQ supports anyone on that list, well I did donate to a few, but that was before I saw the list.
    I never knew they were haters or armed militias that hate. They seemed like nice folks. Hehehe, I’m innocent.

    • Replies: @Sir Launcelot Canning
  28. @mulga mumblebrain

    If these “news” people, had an ounce of integrity, they would admit that they have been lying and serving a toxic agenda and resign. There are more honest ways of making a living. lol The days of trusting Uncle Walter, because he seemed like a good guy and smoked a pipe, are over. The difference between him and the news clowns, not to say clones, is that they don’t even have the energy to come of as nice.

  29. PJ London says:
    @Baxter

    The US imposed draconian sanctions on any person or company that did business. They destroyed the oil production infrastructure and blockaded parts necessary to repair and continue.
    They outlawed any company from carrying Venezuela’s oil and seized ships.
    Like Cuba and Iran the US imposed a war on the people of Venezuela for having the audacity to throw out the US corporations that were stealing the resources.
    Venezuela will survive.
    The rich parasites have-will perish and when US hits bottom, Venezuela will restore the free oil to the impoverished people of the US.

    • Agree: Curmudgeon
  30. Realist says:
    @Dr. Charles Fhandrich

    I think we disagree…a little here.

  31. @CelestiaQuesta

    Make no mistake Facebook, BLM, and Antifa are all part of the same Jew-Industrial-Complex that is currently engaged in a smackdown of white male-dom.

    I would love to behold that army.

    • Agree: CelestiaQuesta
  32. Why does Jewish Supremacist Power promote trannies? Because Jews want us to get used to the idea of deferring to minority-elites as the new royalty with a corner on authority. For Jews, the ideal of the straight normal majority bowing down to the homo & trannie deviant-minority complements and reinforces the globalist ideal of goy majorities everywhere bowing down to Jewish-Zionist Hegemony.
    Trannies on their own would have no power and would be a laughing stock. But because they have the backing of Jews who control media, finance, entertainment, academia, and the deep state, they strut around like they’re something special.


  33. antibeast says:

    Biden should have shrugged his shoulders and proudly exclaimed:

    “We’re back! To America!”

    Here’s a video of the HK Handover Ceremony where Prince Charles and Chris Patten officially presided over the return of the British Crown Colony of HK to China and gracefully accepted the end of the British Empire in Asia, with pageantry and dignity.

    Unlike their British cousins, the delusional Yanks are simply too obsessed with their limp dicks to admit defeat and return home to their financially insolvent Yankistan which is now suffering from the twin crises of social anarchy and political chaos. These delusional Yanks are better off sticking to football, baseball and basketball, back in America, rather than trying hard to outdo their British cousins in ruling the world, for which they’ve proven themselves to be utterly incompetent, as proven by their 20-year, US\$2T debacle in Afghanistan.

    As Biden would say: “C’mon, Man!”

    • Agree: HbutnotG
    • Thanks: Sarah
  34. @CelestiaQuesta

    Superman is Trans–hot off the press…..

  35. anon[279] • Disclaimer says:
    @Baxter

    How many times do you need to be explained how dollar works, SWIFT works, patent works ( patent covers ideas , materials and even dollars ) , IMF/WB works , UN works?

    It is called sanction- a metaphor for one sided war .

    • Agree: Curmudgeon, GomezAdddams
  36. I cannot call creepy Joe “president”. But you are totally correct about America’s health care system, which is one of the worst in the world and definitely the most expensive. I thank God that if I need care that would be too expensive (even with Medicare, considering what Medicare does NOT allow), I’m only about 60 miles (as the crow flies) from Mexico….their dental care is outstanding in Ojinaga. And since the Border Patrol might require one to be vaxxed to get back into the US, I’ll just sneak across the Rio Grande…. Bwahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahah. And damn the coyotes!

    • Agree: Sarah
    • Replies: @InnerCynic
  37. anon[279] • Disclaimer says:
    @SafeNow

    “ Israel attacking Syria is nothing new, but the Wednesday night strikes near Palmyra are raising some eyebrows, with the reports that the attacking F-16s deliberately used civilian airliners as cover to strike with impunity.

    This isn’t the first time Israel has done this”
    antiwar.com

    You will be called anti Semitic and you will be cancelled if you dare to remind this 10 years from now . If Syrians learn to do same to Israel, UN special session will be called to start a war by the civilized nations like they did in 1991 against Iraq .

  38. JWalters says:
    @TG

    Good points all. Who is in charge? I’d say “Follow the money”. The main money tentacles emanate from a prominent bank in the City of London, claiming to be mandated by God to slaughter and rob. This is the new King George. Somehow the head must be cut off. American revolution 2.0.
    “War Profiteers and Israel’s Bank”
    https://warprofiteerstory.blogspot.com/p/war-profiteers-and-israels-bank.html

  39. Anonymous[833] • Disclaimer says:
    @TG

    The only thing I know for sure, is that whoever is responsible for what the United States government is doing, it’s not Joe Biden.

    Maybe it’s “Big Brother.” I don’t think he was identified by any given surname, you know, in the sacred texts. Could be Emanuel Goldstein or one of his close relatives, for all anyone really knows. If this were an Islamic country, they’d give the honors to Allah–a deity who speaks through murderous gangsters that have all the lawyers, guns and money. From the looks of things it may well be coming to that. Peace be upon you, or I’ll have to behead you.

    • Replies: @anonymous
  40. @Baxter

    Why are Third World countries that are rich in resources still poor?
    A combination of corruption and mismanagement. Low average IQ is also a cause, perhaps even the main cause.

    • Replies: @anon
  41. PolarBear says:

    Elite Jews believe White peasants must bow to a Jewish tranny nigger because that’s the lowest of the low. Elite Western Whites are now 2nd class. Western Whites have ruled the known world until (((clown world))).

    • Replies: @Deep Thought
  42. All cogent Phil. I think we’re toast but it wasn’t foreigners.

  43. Miro23 says:

    So, the myth of America trudges on with some new labels attached but otherwise pretty much the same. Many would argue that it is time for a reboot, to return to constitutionalism, small government and an end to pointless foreign wars and interventions.

    That’s easier said than done. For example, the British Empire (1913 – 23% of the world’s population and 24% of the earth’s land area – plus cultural and linguistic dominance).

    It’s all gone, but Britain still lives on the myth, involving its tiny navy in provocations of Russia off the Ukraine and China off Taiwan. The place desperately needs a reboot but it’s not happening.

    For Great Britain the reality of Empire quickly turned to myth when it was bankrupted by WW1 and WW2. All the dominions, colonies, protectorates and mandates sought independence same as the US’ Western European Protectorates are currently reevaluating their relationship with the US Empire.

    Realistically, the current US ZioGlob Empire has little to offer Europe.

    • Replies: @antibeast
  44. IronForge says:

    SSDD in the ZioMasonic Hegemon.

    We just happen to have DNC Catholic Hangers-on and Lefty Diaspora Commandeer the Elections to Boot Out ISR-Firster and Likudnik TEAM_TRUMP out of the WH.

    The Biden (Catholic), SCROTUS (Catholic+Tribals), Pelosi(Catholic), Schumer (Ukrainian Tribal – just like the Tool Vindman), TWTR-DWEEB Dorsey (Catholic). Nice Roster.

    Catholics are roughly 25%, Tribals 3% of the Hegemon BodyPolitic.

    The DNC will probably try to Slip In Schumer, Clinton (probably too old), or another Corporate Whore into the WH in 2024. Kamala won’t get the Party Endorsement. Schumer is positioned to get the DNC Support to be the First Jewish POTUS. After a Half-Negro (which I am as well; but my Late Father was an American+Career Navy Veteran) a Father (and Father-in-law) to the Jewish, and a Catholic Collaborator, the DNC will deem it appropriate to introduce a Jewish Person as POTUS before the GOP does.

    Don’t likey? Too bad. The Elections are Rigged, the Opposing GOP+Independents are being Stonewalled, and Future Elections on the Federal+State Levels will continue to lean Leftwards until we reach the Point of No Return: The DNC in the WH for 3 Full Consecutive Terms.

    Time for Center- Right Non-Masons to Emigrate or Secede from the Hegemon.

    • Agree: Bro43rd, Robert Bruce
  45. It is now apparent that the US is being governed from the outside. 19 of Biden’s cabinet have divided loyalties as they all have quasi-dual citizenship in another country. During Trump’s administration, four cell phone towers were erected around the White House by a middle east nation, which is a “chosen” ally, to spy on Trump. Let alone Bill Gates and George Soros as outside policy makers and election shapers.

    But, of course, the US has always been dictated from the outside as evidenced by the dollar bill with its pyramidal seeing eye symbol and Masonic symbols and “Novus Ordo Seclorum” – new secular order slogan. Nonetheless, influential conservative radio host Dennis Prager has turned a blind eye to those symbols and has found the American essence in the E Pluribus Unum slogan (from many one)- a slogan that champions pluralism over any dominant anglo ethnic group except perhaps the thirteen stars arguably arranged as the Star of David.

    We have previously been controlled by outside forces when some of FDR’s cabinet and the VP were all Communists with divided national loyalties (Alger Hiss, Henry Wallace, Henry Morganthau, etc.), let alone the Rosenberg spies. Yet the US fought a “good war’ against Mussolini who once said “socialism is a fraud, a comedy, a phantom, a blackmail” and a German leader who fought a war against
    Russian “kleptomaniac” Communism. Go figure.

    • Agree: Bro43rd
  46. Sarah says:

    …speak of the country’s “Exceptionalism,” as well as it being a “force for good” and “leader of the free world” with all that

    blah blah blah
    And what pride, arrogance and vanity😱

  47. Sarah says:

    …lied to the world leaders that: “I stand here today, for the first time in 20 years, with the United States not at war.” According to the latest available information, the U.S. was involved in seven wars in 2018: Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, Yemen, Somalia, Libya, and Niger. Now that Afghanistan is nominally over, the number of current American wars is six officially, though none of them are actually declared by Congress as demanded the Constitution. If one includes clandestine counter-terrorism operations the real number is certainly much higher.

    Well summarized👌

  48. Franz says:

    The guy who said it might have meant it.

    In 1953 President Eisenhower nominated Charles Wilson, the President of General Motors, to be his Secretary of Defense. He retained a huge stock position in GM and during his confirmation hearings was asked if he could make a decision that was bad for GM. His response is still remembered forever as the classic example of business arrogance – “What’s good for GM is good for America.”

    But it isn’t anymore. “Loyalty” left business lexicon long time ago.

    • Replies: @profnasty
  49. chris says:
    @TG

    Yeah, absolutely, this administration should only be referred to in quotes as the “Joe Biden” administration.

    • Agree: Decoy
    • Replies: @HbutnotG
  50. Sarah says:

    In the past two decades Washington has invaded and brought about regime change in Afghanistan and Iraq, and has attempted to do the same unsuccessfully in Syria. It has openly intervened in the electoral process in Ukraine, which brought about a change of government

    “Regime change” or “Bring democracy” = code words for “colonize”.

    Last European countries that had still colonies or protectorates finally granted them independence in the 1960’s or 1970’s (Portugal).

    The last colonizing country is the US : in Middle East, Europe, South America, Asia (Japan, South Korea). Taiwan is de facto a protectorate.
    But US calls them “allies” or even “friends”.
    This is better for propaganda than “colonized” or “occupied” ☹️
    Other counties are under US pressure or threat.
    Washington is incapable of living in peace and letting other countries live in peace and independence.

    • Agree: Agent76
  51. Anonymous[661] • Disclaimer says:

    The mother of the US soldier recently killed in the Afghanistan debacle summed it up nicely:

    “Joe Biden is a dementia-ridden piece of crap.”

  52. Anon[145] • Disclaimer says:

    A couple of weeks ago, our President offhandily mentioned he’d be willing to use F-15s and Nukes against Americans.

    Reflect on that

    • Replies: @anon
  53. anon[124] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anon

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/education/2021/10/15/holocaust-texas-school-books-opposing/

    Biden doesn’t need to do it . It’s been done . A school district was ran out of district , it seems , after one of the staff had suggested for considering reading material that sat opposite to the Holocaust narrative .

    The worst of the worst ‘ house negroes’ drove their bleeding hearts out onto the comment sections – all savagely defending pure unrivaled unblemished nature of the given narrative of the Holocaust, and the great jobs being done by the Holocaust masters in the Holocaust mansions ( museum.) against darkness . They ran their foaming mouths from A to Z without ever considering the even the theoretical possibility of alternate angle even from a defined narrow premise or perspective . It’s a capsule to them that need to be swallowed entirely . They even contradicted themselves repeatedly trying to justify why opposing sides can’t exist in the universe of Holocaust lessons .

    WaPo carries the slogan at the top of the site
    Democracy Dies in Darkness .

    It seems WaPo also worships darkness . So do it’s commentators .

    • Replies: @profnasty
  54. @PolarBear

    Western Whites have ruled the known world until (((clown world))).

    Every dog has its days. The white dogs have had their days!

  55. “It is an unbalanced struggle, but it must be won if the United States of America is to survive with some basic freedoms intact into the 22nd century.”

    It simply means civil war. Is America ready for it?

  56. Z-man says:

    ‘… something’s gotta give.’

  57. gotmituns says:

    This imbecile, biden is just the tip of the iceberg. But he is representative of the vast majority of young “Americans.” He’s an old style imbecile – born that way. Our young people aren’t imbeciles, like biden. They’re conditioned/brainwashed to be imbeciles – here’s a difference.

  58. Joe Biden has a very large highly racialized nonwhite Democratic Party Voting…..

    Nonwhite twitter indicates that this voting bloc hates intense hatred of Vladimir Putin and Russia….

    Yet despite these obvious facts…the Military Analyst THE SAKER yaps on and and on about evil Anglo America and the Genocide of the American Injun…even though the American Injuns voted for Russo-phobic Biden and Harris. Moreover, all this claptrap from Comrade Saker about EVIL ANGLOS-GENOCIDE OF THE AMERICAN INJUNS is in very bad faith for creatures like The Saker want to hand over American Injun Land to Chinese…Iranians….Pakistanian Muslims….Hindus…Sihks…..so that this highly racialized Democratic Party voting bloc can reap the benefits of the European conquest of North America.

    The Saker can always come over to Phil G’s blog here and debate me like a man…but I think The Saker prefers living in his own thin-skinned echo chamber(I write this as someone who who agrees with Saker on everything else)….White Genocide is very real Comrade Saker….The highly racialized Democratic Party Voting Bloc votes for White Genocide every 4 years….

    • Replies: @frontier
  59. anon[133] • Disclaimer says:
    @Franklin Ryckaert

    compares well to your IQ .

  60. anon[650] • Disclaimer says:

    Anybody else worried that the Chinese, noticing they are being framed, and having observed what Peter Daszack’s Ecohealth Alliance non-profit was paid by NIH’s Fauci to be up to in Wuhan, decides to release their own coronavirus with not a “S” shaped spike protien to grab onto your ACE2 receptors, but a “L” shaped one that makes our vaccines less than useless, and actively induces antibody-dependent-enhancement this winter, perhaps killing half the vaccinated in Europe, America, and Israel.
    They could just plausibly deny it, and claim it was a mutation against mRNA vaccines. It would be a good simultaneous move while taking Taiwan, and might even kill half our military while the other half got kicked out for jab refusal or toxic whiteness.

    We never seem to consider that the other guy can kick below the belt also.

  61. @omegabooks

    The last time I set foot in Ojinaga was back in the mid eighties on a church mission. Time flies.

  62. @mulga mumblebrain

    Where I live, the msm can barely contain their glee when a new, and more punitive, government dictate around Covid comes down. And that is when they’re not pushing the government to implement more punitive measures themselves.

    Much of the msm is really just the PR department of big pharma now.

    The anti lockdown protesters in London who attacked the offices of Google and the BBC had the right idea.

  63. Some economists have said the collapse of the USSR kept America from it’s own economic collapse. The cracks in the US system were showing back in 1978. The collapse has officially begun. How long it will take and how it will all turn out is still in question. For the time being most of America is living in denial. The system is broken on every level and the majority of people don’t want to admit it.

    • Agree: vox4non
  64. @Priss Factor

    Jesus!… that video is disturbing. To say that language is always changing is to also say that language is open to manipulation and pre programmed ends. You have what you have not necessarily because you were meant to have it. And the “dude” is an asshole.

  65. Biden is a zionist puppet and is under zionist control , just like the ZUS government, the ZUS government is a zionist controlled weapon aimed at the American people, it is a communist government and the people need to wake the hell up, America is being destroyed before our very eyes!

    • Replies: @Jim H
  66. antibeast says:
    @Miro23

    It’s all gone, but Britain still lives on the myth, involving its tiny navy in provocations of Russia off the Ukraine and China off Taiwan. The place desperately needs a reboot but it’s not happening.

    And that British warship is the ONLY vessel in operating condition in the British Navy. LOL!

    For Great Britain the reality of Empire quickly turned to myth when it was bankrupted by WW1 and WW2. All the dominions, colonies, protectorates and mandates sought independence same as the US’ Western European Protectorates are currently reevaluating their relationship with the US Empire.

    The British Empire started its decline in the aftermath of WWI and disintegrated over a period of a few decades after WWII. But the USA Empire is following a different course, much more similar to the USSR whose internal contradictions led to its demise, rather than to the British Empire which suffered from external shocks leading to its decline and fall.

    Contrary to Western propaganda by the US Deep State, China does not pose any existential threat at all to US hegemony because China does not go out of its way to oppose US military adventurism in places like Iraq and Afghanistan. What freaks out the Yanks is that China is doing too well in its internal affairs which contrasts with the abysmal condition of the USA Empire whether its society, economy or politics, not to mention its pathetic failures in Iraq, Syria and Afghanistan. Just like the USSR, the USA Empire is being torn apart not by external shocks but by its internal contradictions. And just like their British cousins, the delusional Yanks may take a few more decades before they realize that their Empire’s glory days are gone with the wind.

  67. HCQ says:
    @TG

    I remember when Biden’s earlier presidential run was derailed when it was discovered that he lied about law school. Yet this time around the lies meant nothing.
    Clearly he was selected. He was doing poorly in the primaries until a red state’s blacks voted for him. Shortly thereafter, one by one his competition bailed out. South Carolina has nearly nothing in common with the subsequent states that voted (or should I say selected) Biden

  68. @Baxter

    If you want to understand process, put aside Venezuela for the moment, and look north to Canada.

    Seventy-six years ago at the end of WWII we in Canada were fewer than 12 million people in possession of about one-tenth of the world’s broadly-defined diverse natural resources.

    Today we have an embarrassing level of widespread poverty, while a relative handful of elites and elite families, foreign and domestic, own virtually everything.

    We need to stop all the diversionary nonsense, and start dealing with the lowest-common-denominator and threat to humanity that has infected virtually all governments everywhere:

    CRIMINAL. INCOMPETENCE.

    http://werex.org/praying-for-a-miracle/

    • Agree: GomezAdddams
    • Replies: @Baxter
  69. anonymous[139] • Disclaimer says:

    Media and big tech are hand in glove with the government to censor and muzzle all dissident opinion. The Biden regime has a near-monopoly on the commanding heights of information control. He himself is just an actor, reading whatever script is put in front of him, taking on whatever persona the role calls for. They’re moving toward total control because at some later date they’ll have to extract great sacrifices from a compliant public. In case of war with a near-peer opponent they don’t want any Vietnam war type rebellion in the streets. Total brainwashing, total control as they get ready for the next big event.

  70. arami says:

    It is the time that every one on the planet be united against the Jewish mafia and its servants until they are totally are destroyed.

    Look at the Jewish mafia member, Blinken, who DARES to tell the world that we DON’T allow Syria to rebuild the country until Assad satisfies the Jewish mafia’s demand where everyone knows what that is, meaning ‘normalization with Israel’, accept Israel as the ‘power of the region’ and works with Israel according to apartheid’s interest. He tells the following stupid words to threaten an independent state saying that “we won’t remove
    a single sanction” & will continue to “oppose the reconstruction of Syria” until there’s “irreversible progress toward a political solution” that meets US dictates.

    We say:

    You should shut up and get lost terrorists, thieves. You must pay reparation billions of dollars to Syria for reparation now. When Israel has cashed in Billions of dollars for ‘hollowhoax’ industry, then Syria has every single right to DEMAND reparation for the destruction of Syria that you have done to topple the Assad government for Oded Yinon, a Jewish mafia ‘road map’. Until then, shut up and get lost fifth column

    The Jewish mafia SHOULD not get away with these crimes against humanity.
    Stand united against Jewish mafia and its stooges.

    • Agree: Jim H
  71. profnasty says:
    @Franz

    Eisenhower, GM? Hmm.
    Ike was a communist/Jew at heart. GM was created to displace anti-Jew Ford?
    Ike huge holder in GM?
    Makes sense.
    Good point.
    Never too old to learn.
    It’s a long and never ending story. But, everybody has a plan until he gets punched in the face. -Tyson

  72. profnasty says:
    @anon

    “A capsule that must be swallowed. ”
    Nah. It’s a sewage serum that must be injected. ((Klaus Schwab)), has spoken.

  73. nsa says:

    Build Back Better? Bare Back Better would be more appropriate in the new Sodom.

  74. Sean says:

    America’s oldest friend and ally France, which was recently stiffed on a submarine deal by the White House.

    France built the Israelis a nuclear reactor. Then they built Saddam Hussein’s Iraq a nuclear reactor. The Wuhan Virology Institute’s state of the art laboratory facilities were built for China by a French company, that thought it was going to be run as a joint venture with French experts on -site in Wuhan. The Chinese waited until the facility were completed then kicker the French out

    Or using drones to wipe out entire wedding parties while imprisoning the whistleblower Daniel Hale who had the temerity to reveal that 90% of the drone deaths in Afghanistan were of innocent bystanders who fit a “profile”?

    If you want to catch the guilty then send the FBI. The army in a counter insurgency situation is a killing machine that gets the right people by use of firepower that liquidates (kills or forces to flee) much larger numbers of non combatants.

    There are even reports that Biden is on bad terms with Great Britain, usually a completely reliable partner in crime.

    He threatened the United Kingdom over the status Northern Ireland, which is a part of the United Kingdom. And when he talks about this issue he keeps referring to “the English” instead of the British. He is going to damage the US-UK relationship irretrievably. Churchill and McMillan were half American, Boris was merely born in the US.

    Many would argue that it is time for a reboot, to return to constitutionalism, small government and an end to pointless foreign wars and interventions

    Yes and why not? After all General Milley and President Biden are both on record as being of the opinion that China is no kind of threat to the freedom of any American (or the United States’ freedom of action).

  75. Anon[159] • Disclaimer says:

    Biden is a Hood Ornament.

    The Jews are Driving The Beast.

    • LOL: Schuetze
  76. @TG

    Meet the new boss, same as the old boss.

  77. HdC says:
    @Jim H

    How do you know what the real National Socialist doctors did in Germany??? Why, you saw it on TV! You read it in comic books! Hollywood has been pontificating on this for over 75 years. Your grandpappy was there and he told you so. You were “taught” so in school, college, university. So it must be all true!

    If you really believe all that nonsense, why are you here? Because the main thrust of UNZ is that NOTHING you see/read/hear in the mass media is believable.

    And anything you see/read/hear about Germany and WWII, the exact opposite is much closer to the truth.

    PS.: The individuals in Germany that were used in medical, cold water, high altitude experiments, etc. were prisoners who volunteered for this work.

    Contrary to the US that experimented with is troops and blacks without their knowledge.

    • Agree: Spender_CGB
  78. A very compact and informative essay on the general state of the U.S. power structure at the moment. I knew some of this information but learned quite a bit that was new, from Mr. Giraldis’ piece. His conclusion is clear. Both political parties are on the wrong track. Both do no honor to the nation. But at the moment, the left under Biden is an extreme danger. This administration has gone a step further than the preceding ones. They feel it isn’t necessary to consider the population one bit. They are the sole entity in any decisions, even the most important, on how the nation is run. Mandate after mandate, being the proof of this assertion.

    • Agree: Agent76
  79. @Baxter

    The oil they have is Fake Fuel and is one step above tar sludge and much harder to refine. Which is how the US screwed them, controlling access to the refineries. Nothing to do with Socialism or any other fantasy tinfoil hat theory. How is socialism working for China, eh? They poured more cement in three years than we did in a century, that takes a real economy to do. And for the inevitable Das Jude Killing Us All crowd, who is killing themselves faster than anyone with mandatory vaxxing? Just saying. Don’t even follow the money anymore, follow the energy.

  80. … most notably America’s oldest friend and ally France, which was recently stiffed on a submarine deal by the White House. There are even reports that Biden is on bad terms with Great Britain, usually a completely reliable partner in crime

    With all due respect to the normally deeply perceptive and well-informed Mr Giraldi, these are a few confusing and painful lines of utter bullshit. Therefore on behalf of any uninformed American readers, I will now proceed to speak in a particularly offended and strident manner on behalf of my own beleaguered and desperate native land – the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland:

    1) I’m not at all sure where the venerable Mr G. has been living recently, but if he bothers to check the historic record he will discover that, at least since the end of the second world war, the phrase “Special Relationship” has been used freely across the mainstream media of the western world to signify the exclusive, distinct – and supposedly valuable and protected – nature of the political relationship and security-based understanding between the United States and the United Kingdom. You can, should you wish, track this usage back to its often-trumpeted “heyday” with the respective concurrent leaderships of President Ronald Reagan and Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher – but in fact, rightly or wrongly, it goes back much further than that. What the phrase has most certainly never signified at any time is any form of similar or accepted political “understanding” or special terms between the United States and France. Therefore Mr G.’s peculiar and ridiculous use of the phrase “America’s oldest friend and ally France”, is beyond my understanding. (Just to confirm to anyone who might need it – though I hope not – the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is not in France – or vice versa).

    2) The “reports that Biden is on bad terms with Great Britain” – of which I was personally unaware – presumably stem from the obviously lacklustre and openly disinterested fashion in which Biden received the (official) diplomatic visit to the White House of the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson a week or two ago. In the spirit of the old adage that a picture speaks a thousand words – and therefore to save me typing them – I present for your proper and unbridled disgust:

    https://external-content.duckduckgo.com/iu/?u=https%3A%2F%2Fexternal-preview.redd.it%2FJtIME-uPLpBQoqNc4SEM0l4l6f6W_o0pasQdBJwXmso.jpg%3Fauto%3Dwebp%26s%3Da05fb48c483e000eb58032a0628e8050bc0055b0&f=1&nofb=1

    Biden displays here a shockingly-unprofessional body-language of distance and unconcealed boredom – bordering on contempt – for a professional Statesman who – unlike himself – was elected in a free, fair and legally unchallenged democratic election. But he also appears to have been unable to provide any evidence of his understanding of even the history of the “Special Relationship” with Britain – let alone any willingness to make it the basis of a meaningful or valuable diplomatic visit, in terms of constructive discussions towards a better formulation of a joint foreign policy – or indeed, anything else. None of this could possibly go unnoticed by the always critical – and usually hostile – international press and media, and pictures like the above shown around the world do nothing at all to foster any shred of respect for either the gravity of the international diplomatic process, or the individuals themselves. But it seems clear to me on which side the fault lay.

    Therefore the simple truth is, the corrupt, deceitful, out-of-touch and frighteningly dangerous vegetable in the White House who is now laughably labelled the “leader of the free world” has, by his appallingly-unprofessional behaviour at an important first diplomatic visit from the UK, done more to damage and weaken the once “Special Relationship” than any President before him.

    3) Mr Giraldi’s further needless dig at the “special relationship” above-mentioned by referring to the United Kingdom as “usually a completely reliable partner in crime” is the final straw – for me – for this lame, mealy-mouthed and badly-phrased article. I suspect he is primarily referring to the (admittedly wrong and woeful) readiness of the United Kingdom’s governments to happily follow the United States into various corrupt, illegal and deeply dangerous international military adventures against those named as “enemies” by the Jewish controllers of the American government. But since Mr Giraldi is himself perfectly capable of seeing the distinctions between the Satan-worshipping war-mongering maniacs in “government” who create disastrous foreign wars and the mass of innocent helpless American people who have no part whatever in those decisions, I struggle to understand how he cannot be aware that precisely the same situation prevails – and has always prevailed – also in the United Kingdom. Specifically, the last two most prominent “adventures” in which the United Kingdom was “formally” involved – in Iraq and Afghanistan – were, on the British side, almost exclusively the work of the career liar, thief, race-traitor, shameless shabbos goy, and war-criminal “Prime Minister” Tony Blair, and his small coterie of champagne-Socialist Labour-party losers, crooks and thugs. To attempt to make any of this the responsibility of the people of the “partner-in-crime” United Kingdom is to betray a staggering lack of understanding of political realities – which seems very unlikely in so illustrious and mature a commenter as Mr Giraldi.

    Perhaps from his elevated and respected position as a leading light of political reform with his “Council for the National Interest”, Mr Giraldi should consider writing fewer articles, and instead bend his efforts, funding and publicity towards some serious and determined political lobbying for the legal removal of the senile cretin in the White House and the pack of nation-wrecking Zionist liars, charlatans and lunatics who surround him.

    Then get back to me and we’ll talk about British problems.

  81. @RoatanBill

    socialism is a system that keeps looking for more “free stuff” that is declared a “human right”.

    Why do you keep parroting this bullshit? If you had ever done any real reading on real socialism, you would know that they wanted the government and churches out of the economy, and an end to the usurious banks. As a kicker, they were Auntie Shem-itic as well. What is promoted as “socialism” isn’t. A co-operative is a socialist organization, and there are plenty of them.
    Anyone living in a country with “socialized” medicine understands that it isn’t “free”, it’s paid for by tax dollars. You are stuck on the “magic” dollar. Somehow a dollar spent in the private sector magically does more than a dollar spent by government. We’re all doing each other’s laundry, economically speaking. The problem, whether private or public sector, is the assholes making the decisions.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
    , @frontier
  82. Jim H says:
    @Desert Fox

    ‘Biden is a zionist puppet and is under zionist control , just like the ZUS government.’ — Desert Fox

    Case in point:

    ‘Israel is quietly advancing controversial settlement projects in and around Jerusalem without making major announcements that could anger the Biden administration.

    ‘A planned settlement of 3,400 homes on a barren hillside outside Jerusalem known as E1 … would largely bisect the occupied West Bank, making it impossible to establish a viable Palestinian state alongside Israel.

    ‘Biden … appears keen to avoid a showdown with Israel, a close U.S. ally.

    ‘A State Department readout of Secretary of State Antony Blinken’s meeting with [Israeli FM] Lapid made no specific reference to settlements in the one sentence it devoted to the Palestinians.’

    https://apnews.com/article/middle-east-jerusalem-israel-west-bank-yair-lapid-2a7f281ba024e4bd711fbaddcc3fa0e1

    Sounds like the long-established kill ratio (10 Palestinian lives for every Jewish life), but inverted: ten sentences for Israel in the readout; one sentence for shiftless, no-account Palestinians [/sarc] in their dusty ‘separate but equal’ bantustan — which soon will be many, isolated bantustans dissected by Jewish-only apartheid roads.

    That’s our tax dollars at work, crushing undeserving Untermenschen, as Americans complacently pat themselves on the back for their virtuous civil rights revolution and their MLK holiday.

    RACISM B-A-A-A-A-A-D … except in apartheid Israel!

    • Replies: @Desert Fox
  83. ‘Plastic paddy’ golem Biden also wants to impose a minimum tax rate on Ireland.

    The U.S. is becoming USSR 2.0.

  84. What a despicable embarrassing pos this brain dead pedophile Joe is. Each passing day is like a day at Bagelbergs and ShekelStein’s Big Top Clown World Circus Show with your host, Dementia Joe and the talking apes.
    Joe as POTUS proves one thing I always knew deep inside, that half of Americans are the dumbest pos to ever walk the earth.

    Please China, Russia, nukes us and let us start over. I will gladly advise as to which cities to hit.
    Yours Truly,
    CQ

  85. Agent76 says:

    Sept 26, 2021 The Emergence of Supply-Side Progressivism

    Klein goes on to explain “the driving theory of most of the progressive policy agenda, most of the time: give people money or a moneylike voucher they can use to buy something they need or even just want.” This, he argues, often makes progressives “uninterested in the creation of the goods and services they want everyone to have.

    https://www.planetizen.com/news/2021/09/114772-emergence-supply-side-progressivism

    September 16, 2021 A new motion-tracking watchtower along with new fencing is now installed outside the US Capitol

    https://rumble.com/vmlb4z-a-new-motion-tracking-watchtower-along-with-new-fencing-is-now-installed-ou.html

  86. @Curmudgeon

    Socialism, as practiced in socialist countries, has the characteristic of services being rendered without payment at the time or payment that can’t possibly cover the immediate costs. European countries have medical facilities that charge nothing or close to it to render service, for example.

    Everyone knows or should know that nothing is free. The inducement for socialism is the desire by everyone to live at everyone else’s expense. They know they all pay taxes, but walking into a hospital, getting treated and walking out without a bill is powerful juju. Everyone wants as much service without direct cost to themselves and that’s how we get more and more gov’t claiming more and more things as human rights.

    Healthcare, housing, food, clothing, smartphones, Internet connections, tampons and numerous other things are all desired by the shallow thinkers to be provided without cost to the recipient. That’s the “free stuff” I’m referring to.

    So, shove that parroting this bullshit where the sun don’t shine.

    • Replies: @HbutnotG
  87. @Jim H

    America has been under zionist control since The Act of 1871 which made the US a corporation under zionist banking control and then in 1913 they finished America off when the zionists got their privately owned FED and IRS created, and then came the wars and unpayable debt, the FED and the IRS are 2 of the 10 planks of the communist manifesto and should be abolished, America is a zionist gulag colony!

    • Replies: @Jim H
  88. Treg says:

    The battle-hill. The battle-hill is little mountain top. It is a hill that must be climbed, taken, captured and most of all used against the enemy. The battle-hill exists in a sea of little mountains, and is connected together in a web of systems of both defense and offensive attacks.

    In 2021, today’s battle-hills are ALL POLICY MAKING BOARD POSITIONS of any kind, both private ones or public ones. Today these hills have all been captured and conquered by the Left.

    Today’s conservatives and defenders of Liberty, the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, of Small Decentralized Government are widely distributed and dispursed across the lowlands. They are regulated by policies and procedures that they detest, that they had no voice in, and so feel a grave helplessness. Worse, they are becoming voiceless, a people without the ability to speak against “the liberal narrative”. Soon they will be forced by a network of systems across little battle-hills that they don’t control, to surrender… everything.

    And they will do it without firing a shot. They will willingly to it because they had no other choice. But there is a choice – Get up that battle-hill and capture a POLICY MAKING BOARD. Beat the Left on the battle-hills that they are using against us. Take the hill. Charge!

    • Replies: @Weaver
  89. Abbybwood says:
    @Baxter

    Ummmm…..US sanctions??!

    • Agree: Weaver, nokangaroos
  90. frontier says:
    @War for Blair Mountain

    Yet despite these obvious facts…the Military Analyst THE SAKER yaps on and and on about evil Anglo America and the Genocide of the American Injun

    The Saker is pro-Russian as much as New York Times is pro-American, the same is true for all of the mainstream Russian media. I’ve written plenty of comments on this site about Putin’s lack of political skill and his obsession with realpolitik. As much as I don’t want to believe it, the evidence piles up that he’s making deals with the devil which he follows through quite faithfully… the result being that he is in checkmate politically.

    Unless Putin can pull out some realpolitik trump card, like a superweapon or a technological miracle, he’ll enjoy some more time in the comfort of Kremlin and then he’ll serve Russia on a platter to the people who like it… cooked well done. It’s really disturbing, given that the same has already happened in the US/EU/UK.

    • Replies: @Z-man
  91. Weaver says:
    @Priss Factor

    Tran is about reducing births, undermining the family, undermining the sense of race, undermining Christianity.

    Also, they’re useful idiots who are shielded when they harm others.

  92. Weaver says:
    @Treg

    What are some examples, other than school board? Does the bicycle and pedestrian committee wield great power? I guess the police advisory board would matter.

    I don’t know what’s best for many of the questions such groups face. Like, some want cameras everywhere to track criminals, but such would also increase government spying.

    DA office seems important. It’s such a pain, bc it’s not just “the left” but corruption. Ideological “conservatives” can sometimes be in the wrong. You run into these weird zealots who repeat slogans, which makes me think they’re brain damaged.

  93. HbutnotG says:
    @RoatanBill

    Think nothing of emancipated females – women “let out of the house”.about 100 years ago. Even if the only thing they get to eat at 5 o’clock is a m’waved TV dinner that, hell, who knows? threw together somewhere. And, getting bossed around like a retarded little kid both at home AND at work, is OK, too. It’s amazing what arouses a tingle in some mens’ crotches.

  94. I think they mean Better Business Bureau where you can purchase a social credit score with the correct amount of coins and hind licking.

    Nice ditch digger for our unclothed skeletons, Brandon.

  95. Jim H says:
    @Desert Fox

    ‘in 1913 they finished America off when the zionists got their privately owned FED and IRS created’ — Desert Fox

    These days, the ziomedia is a full member of the sabotage team:

    ‘The 1913–14 Democratic Congress under President Woodrow Wilson was among the most productive ever; it created the federal income tax, the Federal Reserve Bank to stabilize [sic] the economy, and the Federal Trade Commission to monitor fraud in the marketplace.’

    https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2021/10/curse-presidents-second-year-biden/620391/

    Who the eff wrote that swill, I exclaimed in disgust. No surprise: someone named Brownstein … who goes on to quote someone else named Zelizer, and someone else named Rosenberg, and someone else named Abramowitz.

    This is always the first clue to zionist agitprop: Jews quoting Jews, creating a false impression of ‘expert’ consensus among a tiny sliver of the population. It’s the same approach as Boasian anthropology and the Frankfurt School: a bunch of tribalists talking radical gibberish to themselves and presenting their intellectual fraud as social consensus.

    Smash the MSM.

    • Agree: anarchyst, Robjil
    • Replies: @ivan
  96. HbutnotG says:
    @RoatanBill

    Medical facilities…nothing is free.

    Yup. You haven’t the foggiest idea of the moronic trash getting MD’s in the US these days. That “checklist” with questions some clerk in Washington DC put on a laptop should’ve been your first clue.

    Us old white docs call these recent grads “physician assistants”. who instead of following directives of degreed, board certified physicians, are following directives of the administrators – you know, the MBA’s who had to grunt & fart to pass 7th grade science class, but now live in \$3 million mansions (and boss “docs” around) while that “doc” drives a Toyota Celica and lives in a \$250,000 condo. And today, nobody, not even “doctors” question that.

    I was on the admissions committee and a promotions committee of a mid-level US med school over 100 years old in the 1990’s. Had enough, saw enough. I quit.

    You get what you pay for – and to exactly WHO you pay it to..

  97. Decoy says:
    @TG

    The Biden “appointment” reminds me of a series of men who arrived at the top of the USSR in its last 15 years. Some drunks, some half dead, some feeble, some dumb as rocks. A look back tells us that those appointments were a clear indicator of the future of the Soviet Union. I think that one more Joe Biden type getting into the White House spells our doom.

    • Replies: @HbutnotG
  98. Baxter says:
    @Timothy Madden

    I had no idea wide-spread poverty was a problem in Canada. Would you say that poverty in Canada isn’t a permanent feature but a permanent “transitory” state for a lot of people. Or is it becoming like America where we have permanent institutional generational poverty? Canada might have a chance to survive the century. In America, our ghettos are like hostile separate countries within a country.

  99. anonymous[397] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous

    Allah–a deity

    A “deity” represents a pagan mangod (or animalgod, womangod…), such as, the Chrizzian “father” or the “son,” the Juden “in-man’s-image” deity, the Dindoo shiva or vishnu or lakshmi… (I don’t think this comment field can fit in all the others), the Buddhist buddha, and so on.

    Can you see the common pattern here? “gods” as man-like beings. These are “deities.”

    None of that pagan abomination applies to Allah SWT, the One and only God of all existence. Muslims do not worship a deity, muslims worship, God, and none else. Muslims are not of the accursed pagans.

    The rest of your post was gibberish. Must be due to the paganism fried faeces-for-brains you have in that thick skull of yours.

    • Replies: @vox4non
  100. @mulga mumblebrain

    Indeed. As has been very adroitly pointed out before in this very forum… “We are all Palestinians now”.

    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
  101. frontier says:
    @Curmudgeon

    If you had ever done any real reading on real socialism, you would know that they wanted the government and churches out of the economy

    Funny thing is all former communists countries called their system “real socialism” – as opposed to the utopian communism which was to arrive at some point in the future. They got the churches not only out of the economy but out of existence too, as a compensation, the government owned the economy and banks. Which socialism a more “real” – the one you talk about but never existed or the one that existed and failed?

    Somehow a dollar spent in the private sector magically does more than a dollar spent by government.

    Aha, a real socialist detected, always concerned about “spending the dollar” but never about earning it. The dollar spent by the private sector is earned by those who spend it – corruption may or may not happen here depending on regulations. The dollar spent by the government isn’t earned by the spenders, corruption here is guaranteed, the government uses 90 cents of that dollar for social/racial engineering and oppression of designated “losers”, it’s as certain today as it has always been. “Medical care for the unvaccinated can be refused, unless they are non-white” – that’s a government sanctioned rule and it’s here today.

    I want to see a real socialism that doesn’t print money, like the Fed’s fake “buying” of treasuries and stocks… Impossible.

    • Replies: @Weaver
  102. “…give their people the ability to breathe free, …who seek to suffocate their people with an iron-hand authoritarianism…”

    I tried to explain that to a nearby face mask, but he would have none of it…

  103. Weaver says:

    Trade protectionists used to argue for rooting companies in America, so their fates would be tied to the fate of the US.

    It’s well for me if the US targets more Americans, reduces the chance it targets me.

    Also, if more come to mistrust the government, maybe the Patriot Act can be dropped. We can then return to pre-9/11 America. It’s a start.

  104. Weaver says:
    @frontier

    If I reject both systems, do I win a prize? Critical Theory: It’s much easier for me to criticise you both than to offer a better alternative. Anyone can promise utopia, hard to deliver. Make me king, and you’ll be happy; true “making me king” has never been tried yet.

    A business can act inappropriately, of course. Sometimes, it can be forced to do so, to compete, to stay in business.

    Walmart is forcing its employees to learn critical race theory. It’s not only governments that hate white people. Look at who supports open borders.

    • Replies: @frontier
  105. Z-man says:
    @frontier

    War for Blair Mountain

    Nonwhite twitter indicates that this voting bloc has intense hatred of Vladimir Putin and Russia….

    ??
    The intense hatred for Putin comes from the globohomo, anti Christ elite.

    frontier
    As for Putin’s lack of political skill, you shouldn’t underestimate him. Latin Europe has no bone to pick with the Russians and Germanic Europe probably does even more business with Mother Russia than the Latins. So don’t be so negative.
    But… as always, Beware the Power of The Cabal.

  106. frontier says:
    @Weaver

    Make me king, and you’ll be happy; true “making me king” has never been tried yet.

    Of course it’s been tried before, numerous times, but it worked so poorly that the Constitution had to be written… that’s the best alternative principle.

    Or, you are like G W Bush: “dictatorship would be a lot easier… as long as I’m the dictator”? You may think otherwise but I’m pretty sure you’re no gonna do any better than the average king.

    Walmart is forcing its employees to learn critical race theory. It’s not only governments that hate white people.

    Government, Fed and big biz have been fully fused for quite some time now, it’s corporate socialism, if not communism. It’s time to drop the silly notions of bad business vs good government and vice versa.

    • Replies: @schnellandine
    , @Weaver
  107. ivan says:
    @Jim H

    Indeed that is the case. Jews quote each other to create an impression that what they are talking about is important. For example who would care for a book like Portnoy’s Complaint, think someone writing such amatuerish trash is worthy of a Nobel Prize? If it was the “turn of the Americans” to get the prize there are far more consequential writers such as John Updike or Don deLillo. There is no doubt that there were many great Jewish writers in the past. But as you say, the Zionists mind games are not about recognizing greatness, but to push a narrative, one of many they have lying around.

  108. So-called ‘progressives’ are Stepford Progs. They are so easy to program.

    These Teleproggies just follow whatever is on the Tube.

  109. @frontier

    Of course it’s been tried before, numerous times, but it worked so poorly that the Constitution had to be written… that’s the best alternative principle.

    Looked around lately?

  110. Weaver says:
    @frontier

    I meant more as in one group or another arguing why they should be put in charge. No matter what, we get an elite. Politicians struggle to find the right formula, right hair cut, right wife with a little child to get elected. Academics figure what stories to fill students’ heads with to have an impact.

    I think most ideologies are just argued as a means of empowering someone or some group. Take Andrew Yang. He might be good or bad, but he seems to promise unlimited spending. No matter what, his answer is more spending, open borders, the US can afford it all.

    If you look at the libertarian party, I don’t think their recent candidates have really been libertarian. They just use the party as a vehicle. Their 2020 candidate might have been solid; I haven’t looked at her yet, plan to eventually. Jorgensen.

    So, when I see a libertarian argue with a communist, it makes me chuckle. It’s like two trapdoor spiders trying to get a grasshopper to come closer. But I don’t really have the utopian answers either.

    When Trump ran, it was poor whites backing him. The wealthy, spoiled rotten and wanting more handouts, backed Rubio. It’s often different groups competing for their interests, for the most part.

    • Replies: @frontier
  111. @Priss Factor

    Zio-supremacists are driven to destroy Goy solidarity by any means necessary, and their ceaseless promotion of tranny militancy is one weapon in that drive.

    For the zio-supremacist, any sense of community among the Goyim is a “threat,” and is called “fascist.”

    For example, Trump’s fans enjoy attending his rallies, and they do not bicker with each other. To the extent that they have solidarity and a sense of community, they are “fascists.”

    You’ll note that American art, architecture, and design before World War II was “fascist,” since it was largely quaint, wholesome, and “Norman Rockwell-esque.” Again, it connoted a sense of community.

    After World War II, American art became saturated with monstrosities and abominations like “abstract expressionism.” Most of the famous painters from 1945 to 1965 were (((Chosen))), and their “genius” consisted of hideous blobs on blank canvases. The evil of “fascism” was defeated.

    Today the nuclear family is “fascist.” Heterosexuality is “fascist.” Anything lovely, intelligible, uplifting, ennobling, and edifying is “fascist.”

    All must be destroyed in the name of “equity,” “diversity,” and “tolerance” (i.e. destroyed for the benefit of zio-supremacy).

  112. frontier says:
    @Weaver

    I agree with you in principle. As far as utopian solutions go, they need not be utopian. These days there’s a lot of talk about how this or that group “built America”, actually, no group could do it without tariffs, good financial regulations and domestic freedoms .

    After the Great Depression and WW2, the Glass-Steagall banking regulations created a sane financial environment, something the so called social sciences are desperately trying to hide from you. Then came Clinton who repealed them together with bipartisan Congress… we’ve been in crisis mode ever since. It’s a crisis of induced corruption, it’s curable but that’s getting harder as time goes by.

    • Replies: @Weaver
  113. L. B. says:

    But to do that would pit individuals and small groups against some very powerful interests, i.e. the defense industry, big pharma, and government itself, which sees its natural role as one of growth.

    Key US Ally CIA Backed Kosovo President Hashim Thaci Indicted for Organ Trade Murder Scheme

    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
  114. Weaver says:
    @frontier

    Tariffs! I’ll look into Glass Steagall, ty. I have heard of it, obviously. And corruption is definitely the core issue.

    I read years ago some article on how “Jews” (I put in quotations because vague) wanted to make the US corrupt so that they could get it to do stuff. I don’t even know what I was reading; maybe it was AmRen or TOQ. I also remember Paleos noting that some wanted to use the government, some wanted to cut it, with the question seeming to be whether a person on the Right could even use the government advantageously.

    As large and diverse as the US is today, reform is likely not possible in the way some hope. Politically, I like the “Machiavellian” approach: you pursue power and try to do what you can. Russell Kirk preached against ideology, and I’ve come to see ideology as far less of a problem on the Right than it once was during the Cold War but still a problem among older Americans.

    I very much dislike how in a democracy, demagogues are practically forced to lie to their followers, because regular people wouldn’t tolerate the truth of things. I don’t like dishonesty.

  115. Plenty of Americans are political dumbasses. That said, no way in hell did this mumbling senile POS get 81 million votes. Merely observing Sniffy Stumblebum for 2 minutes would convince anyone he was installed by the Deep Shit.

  116. HbutnotG says:
    @chris

    They never refer to it as “the Reagan Administration.” Just “Ronald Reagan.” Ever notice that?

  117. HbutnotG says:
    @Decoy

    Well, if you consider Trump and that 2 term colored guy + Biden, I’d say it’s now “USSR mid 1980’s.”

  118. vox4non says:
    @anonymous

    God and deity are synonymous. From their basic definitions, they both represent a supreme power. God is generally used in context to male gods, whereas deity can be used to refer to both god and goddess (female gods).

    Being so severe and absolute makes one think of you as an extremist, sadly all too common of your ilk; and the Christian fundamentalists too.

  119. @Dave Bowman

    We were ALL ALWAYS Palestinians. All goyim are the enemy, all Amalek, all inferior, dangerous, threatening. As Rabbi Kook the Elder, Chief Ashkenazi Rabbi of Palestine from 1921-35, said, ‘There is a greater difference between the soul of a Jew and that of a non-Jew….than there is between the soul of a non-Jew and that of an animal’. THAT is Judaism, although I am NOT asserting that all Jews think this way-just an awful lot of them. .

  120. @L. B.

    As the great expert on human organ trafficking, Nancy Scheper-Hughes observed, Israelis are CENTRAL to the global human organ trafficking.

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