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I need to begin with the obvious: in spite of all the deep state, propaganda and “deep empire” (transnational) resources being used to declare that “Biden” (i.e. Harris) has won, as of right now nobody knows who got most votes and where.

I would even suggest that we will never really find out who won, because who won depends on a large number of local laws and regulations and because it will probably never be possible to separate the fake votes from the legal ones.

Finally, neither side will ever gracefully admit to having lost the contest. So now the country will enter a profound crisis.

That is the bad news.

But there is also very good news.

First, it has now become clear to the entire planet that the US “democracy” is anything but: the US is an oligarchic plutocracy, plagued with a myriad of antiquated laws and corrupt to the bone. The special “trick” of this US oligarchic plutocracy is that is masquerades as an ochlocracy: there is pretend mob rule which serves as the microscopically small fig leaf hiding the real nature of the regime.

Second, while the Dems did their best to hide this, and they still are, it is now becoming evident that the sheer magnitude of the fraud made it impossible to conceal it. Now if we think of how the AngloZionist Empire has handled equally non-believable nonsense (9/11, Syrian gas attacks, Skripal, Navalnii, etc.) we know what they are going to do next: double down, which will reassure the brainwashed zombies, but will even further infuriate those still capable of critical thought.

Third, the behavior of the US media in this entire operation is so obviously disgraceful that nobody will ever take them seriously again (at least amongst the thinking people, the zombies glued to the Idiot Tube are beyond any rational arguments anyway). This is particularly important in regards to FoxNews who has shown that it was a pseudo-conservative propaganda outlet which, in reality, is completely committed to the political agenda of Rupert Murdoch and his family.

At this point in time, it is impossible to predict what will happen next, but the murder of JFK or the 9/11 false flag strongly suggest that the US deep state will win. There seems to only be one way for Trump to stay in power and it will probably look similar to this:

Giuliani, who I was told won over 4,000 lawsuits in his career, is a very tough guy (look at what he did to the mob in NY!) and he must realize that the lawsuits he will file this week will be the most important ones in his career. They will even probably define his legacy. The notion that he would go to the courts with no solid evidence in his files is simply ridiculous. I don’t see any mechanism which can stop Giuliani now, so the ball will now go to the state and federal courts next and, after that, to the Supreme Court. There the situation is hard to predict.

In theory, Trump probably has enough conservative Justices, especially with Ruth Bader Ginsburg gone and Amy Coney Barrett replacing her. That’s only in theory. In reality, things are much more complex. On one hand, the pressure of the deep state on the Justices will be immense, but on the other hand, once you are a SC Justice you cannot be attacked, at least not legally. Amy Coney Barrett will also face immense pressure to “prove” her “independence” (meaning, if she sides with Giuliani’s side she will be called a Trump shill and even much worse than that!). One thing is certain, any Justice siding with Giuliani will face immense pressures followed by a vicious denigration campaign. Who knows how many Justices would have the courage to face this?

However, there is also the possibility that any Justice siding with Giuliani’s conclusions will go down in history as yet another “profile in courage”, so I would not completely discard that possibility either.

During my student years in the US I had the chance to meet, and study with, such US officials as Paul Nitze or Admiral Zumwalt and I was always amazed at how candid former US officials were, but only once they retired. USSC Justices are not retired, of course, but, like retired officials, they are beyond the reach of any legal reprisals, and that might strengthen their willingness to honestly follow their conscience and speak their minds.

Giuliani will certainly fight hard, but looking at the political correlation of forces I can’t see an outcome where Trump would successfully defeat a much stronger opponent. Think about it, the only possible ally for the Trump campaign would be the Supreme Court: the GOP, Congress, the Deep State, the legacy ziomedia, and even members of the Trump Administration (think Bolton or Esper here) all hate him with a passion. And now that Trump appears to be losing, they are not shy about it.

Still, as the proverb says, we need to hope for the best but prepare for the worst.

That is, obviously, a Harris Administration in control of the Executive.

So what can we expect from these folks?

First and foremost, a sustained campaign to completely negate the First and Second Amendments to the Constitution. Considering how truly sacred these two cornerstones of the US Constitution are for millions of US Americans, we can expect a lot of resistance from the “deplorables”, both legal and violent.

Second, the control of both the Executive and all the major IT giants will mean that free speech will be driven even further underground. This new reality will require a lot of thinking in the development of a strategy to protect the voices which the regime in DC will now openly try to silence.

Possibly the dumbest mistake made by Trump was not to create his own TV channel. He had the money, he could have found allies, but he simply lacked the intelligence to see the danger. Instead, this narcissistic fool thought that Twitter was the way to bypass the legacy media. Is there a possibility that if he is thrown out of the White House we might finally understand that what the US now so urgently needs is, at the very least, a free TV channel and at least one free social media option? Maybe, but I am not holding my breath, Trump always had this ability to disappoint…

Third, on the international front, we can expect even more hysterical Russia bashing (the Dems all hate Russia with a passion, especially since they have brainwashed themselves for four years that “Putin” had “attacked” the US elections). But there is really nothing the US can do to Russia, it is way too late for that. So I would expect even more hot air than from the Trump Administration, and probably not much more action, although that is by no means certain, since a braindead nominal President like Biden would not have Trump’s intelligence to understand that a war against Russia, China or Iran would end in a disaster: Dems always start wars to try to convince the public that they are “tough” (Dukakis in his M-1 tank). Now that they not only appears as weak, but also illegitimate and even senile (did you see Biden trying to run to the podium?), they will have to prove their “virility” and send some cruise missiles flying somewhere (that kind of attack is what these cowards always use first).

ORDER IT NOW

As I mentioned in the past, the outcome of this election will not have much of an impact on US foreign policy: first, the US elites more or less all agree on continuing a policy of violent imperialism; but even more crucial is the fact that the Empire is as dead as the Titanic was when it hit the iceberg: not all passengers realized what was taking place, but that did not affect the outcome in the least.

Furthermore, as those familiar with Hegelian dialectics know, each action eventually results in a reaction and the notion that 70,000,000+ voters will simply accept what is self-evidently a coup against not only Trump, but also the US Constitution itself, is ridiculous. If anything, these people will now come to realize that while the US is facing no real foreign threats at all (except those it created itself), there is most definitely an internal threat, in the sense of the United States Uniformed Services Oath of Office, and that this reality gives them the right, and even duty, to “resist tyranny”.

You have probably heard Joe Biden declaring that he wants to heal the wounds, restore unity, rule for all US Americans and the like. I don’t think that this is only empty political rhetoric, though that is part of it too. Mostly, I believe that the Dems are terrified because they know for a fact that they stole the election and this is why after four years of the most divisive and irresponsible rhetoric against Trump, “the racist system” and all the rest of the crap, they are now making a 180 (they are experts at that!) and pleading for calm, peace and unity.

That ain’t going to happen.

Finally, a word to those who like to say that there is no difference between the Dems and the GOP, that this is all a fake conflict: friends, you are both right and massively wrong. You are right when you say that the DNC and the RNC are like indistinguishable twins. But what you are missing are two crucial things:

  1. Factions inside one party can actually go after each other much harder than against their common enemies. I think of the SS vs the SA in Nazi Germany or the Trotskysts vs the Stalinists in the Soviet Union and during the Spanish Civil war.
  2. But, even more crucially, this is not a contest between the Democrats and the Republicans, it is a contest between a “rejected outsider” and both the DNC and RNC!

Conclusion: not the RNC vs the DNC but the Deep State vs the Deep Country

A quick look at a map tells the story: this struggle is most one of the deep state vs the deep (real) country. Yeah, I know, Trump is hardly a miner from West Virginia or a farmer in Alabama. But that doesn’t matter one bit. What does matter is that the deplorables from the “overfly country” felt that Trump speaks for them and that he is all that stands between them and the (pseudo-) Liberals of CNN, the Antifa/BLM thugs and the destruction of the United States as we all knew them. And yes, this is a simplistic view, but it is fundamentally correct one nonetheless.

 
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  1. anon[240] • Disclaimer says:

    Absolutely, this CIA installing their chosen puppet ruler. If you ever have any fleeting doubts that the supreme court hacks will do what CIA tells them, just think back to HOLTZMAN v. SCHLESINGER. Or Robert Vance.

    CIA’s ballot-stuffing is amazingly blatant. To fail to notice it Thomas will really have to earn all those junkets and gifts and featherbed jobs for his wife.

    https://www.zerohedge.com/political/it-defies-logic-scientist-finds-telltale-signs-election-fraud-after-analyzing-mail-ballot

    • Replies: @sally
  2. Rational says:

    SAKER, HOW DID TRUMP/TUCKER/LIMBAUGH/PCR AND YOU ALL MISS BIDEN’S ADVANCED ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE?

    Good points, Saker. The fraud by the Dems is so brazen and massive this time, and proven on video, such as registering dead people after their death, dead voters, rigging the voting machines, pallets of fake ballots, postal workers back dating ballots, etc (they were desperate to get Trump out by hook or by crook) that the Supreme Court will lose its credibility totally if it ignores this massive Demfraud.

    How come all the Republicans in the media and Trump missed Biden’s textbook case of Alzheimer’s disease? Trump was mistaken to call Biden’s loss of orientation to person place and time as “sleepy” or “gaffes”—they are neither but text book symptoms of advanced Alzheimer’s dementia.

    Video: Biden has Alzheimer’s: https://youtu.be/9xFNozxJb28

    Video: Biden says he has been in the senate for 180 years!

    Video: Joe Biden again says he is Joe Biden’s husband and Kamala Harris’ runningmate:

    See video: Biden introduces his young female relative as his long dead son!

    The presstitutes covered up Biden’s Alzheimer’s big time.

  3. Franz says:
    @Rational

    Rational —

    They have to cover up Joe’s mental state.

    As Saker has noted, he isn’t the actual president. But 2020 had to have an election, even if only a pretend election. And even as a joke, Kamala wouldn’t have gotten elected dogcatcher on a national level.

    But Joe’s fictional leadership hits the first crisis they can’t paper over or cover up, Harris will be the real president.

    “Real” here being used loosely.

    • Replies: @pyrrhus
  4. MB says: • Website
    @Rational

    The beauty of running the current Dementia Party candidate is that either way, you can’t lose.

    If the puppet wins and doesn’t do as he is told, Kamala merely puts him down for his nap with a wet bib or napkin over his face.

    If against all odds he loses, you scream bloody murder about bein’ robbed.

    “Come on, man.”

    What’s not to like?
    All bases are covered, if not smothered and it’s a go from here.

    Make no mistake about it, the Wicked Party is NOT the Stupid Party.

  5. nickels says:

    Dems are going to need a way to cope when Trump finally pulls this around.
    To help them, please share this strategy I have put together.

    • Agree: GeneralRipper
    • Troll: Supply and Demand
  6. Trump and Netanyahu should join forces and open a new business venture .

    • Replies: @Digital Samizdat
  7. gay troll says:

    I don’t know, I don’t see much evidence of fraud. There is a real lack of consensus about what kind of fraud occurred. I watched Tucker Carlson tonight and he was talking about dead people voting. There are those pointing the finger at hacking or electronic fraud, others at manual fraud. In my opinion Biden only won because of mail in voting, which is the only reason the election achieved record turnout, in spite of the two least inspiring candidates ever. Certainly vote by mail is more vulnerable to fraud/or and ballot harvesting but it should also be expected to boost turnout because it lowers the bar for participation. When we remember that Trump told his supporters to vote in person while the MSM told their supporters to vote by mail, we should not be surprised to see mail in ballots break 3:1 for Biden. That’s what we see in the infamous image at the top of this post: a data dump of mail in results. If Trump supporters are still high on hopium I would advise them to sober up; there is no Q and all this hoopla about watermarked ballots et cetera ad nauseum will come to nothing. Joe won because of our “new normal”. Trump will concede.

  8. First and foremost, a sustained campaign to completely negate the First and Second Amendments to the Constitution.

    I agree that is what the Democrats want, above all else to make sure something like Trump never happens to them again.
    But, the rich elites will also want to return to business as usual as it was under George W and Obama. They could decide to be cautious if they think gun confiscation will light a political wildfire they don’t want just yet.
    A cautious strategy would be for them to attack free speech first, shutting down all opposition platforms. They could take some pretty radical steps of censorship and average Joe American won’t notice or complain.
    When free speech is sufficiently curtailed, you can come after people’s guns, one state at a time, and there just won’t be any way for gun owners to organize or resist politically.
    And shootin’ it out with the Feds on your farm, by yourself, doesn’t work.

    • Replies: @Tom Welsh
    , @Getaclue
  9. Rahan says:

    It’s on this very website that there’s a delightful article about Mao’s cultural revolution from a non-banal perspective. It drills down to granular level on the power relations.

    The Deep State had gradually taken everything over, and Mao found out that Commie Parliament was about to publicly announce his resignation due to age and health. He was in his 70s.

    Aside from a handful of loyal cadres around him, his only resource against the Deep State was the revolutionary youth, whom he galvanized first with a primitive show (a long river swim to prove his virility), and then with his fiery rhetoric.

    He turned the “revolutionary youths” upon the Deep State. Once most of the work was done, the youths were shipped off into far flung places to “help raise agricultural levels” or “teach peasants to read” or the like, to make sure it all didn’t become some self-perpetuating chaos machine in the cities.

    With his limited resources, Mao couldn’t control the whole process, but he could at least direct it, mostly. It’s in the middle of this process, once Mao’s power was solidified, that Nixon and Kissinger popped over for a chat.

    For a number of years, China rolled back, due to the “western” layer of “machine society” almost shutting down during the purges, but unlike Stalin, who was attacked by Hitler at the most vulnerable moment when the competent but disloyal old guard had been purged while the new loyalists were still green, Mao had nukes and no one invaded. The purges continued until they succeeded.

    On a surface level, it’s GloboHomo that is trying to pull of a “Mao revolution” with the rioting Antifa and the doxing and unpersoning and whatnot. But in a deeper sense, Trump is the real Mao, and the middle and working class believers in liberty and private property and free speech and the market are his “revolutionary youths”. Only, of course, they are “counterrevolutionary adults”.

    Trump is like Mao in the 1960s: the country is taken over by the Deep State, almost all institutions are completely corrupted, and the only weapons to counteract this are the loyalty of his followers, and his ability to maintain their enthusiasm through constant rallies.

    Out of the ashes of Mao’s purges grew a China which no one expected. Which even circa 2010 still most people pretended wasn’t really happening. The super fast and super focused progress was so improbable and counter-intuitive, that to this day many people cope with muh six gorillion Uighur lampshades and muh slave labor (while average wage and quality of life has reached South and East European), and muh Christianity suppression (this is the country projected to have the most Christians in the world by 2030).

    For Mao, everything hung on luck and personal mastery, the loyalty of the few, and the enthusiasm of the many. At any step of the way while he was retaking China, it could have all failed, and today China would have been instead something closer to India or Russia.

    Likewise, we’re watching the final 70 days of Trump’s game. It also all depends on his luck, his personal mastery, the loyalty of the few, and the enthusiasm of the many. Versus all institutions and the whole world. But hey, history shows it’s not impossible to pull off. Although instead of being a “legend of the revolution” like Mao was at the time, Trump is a “legend of Reaganism”.

    And instead of crazed and half-starved revolutionary youths, Trump has on his side the most sane, reasonable, yet courageous citizenry in the world. Let’s see if this is a plus or a minus.

  10. @Rational

    The „Biden has Alzheimer’s” meme is idiotic and only helps Biden because it is so patently false. After months of spoutng this, Trump got to the first debate and looked like a fool when it became obvious Biden is probably still mentally sharper than Trump (who is also not getting younger).

    If Trump were 50 it might be a good political argument, but yammering about Biden just reminded voters how old and fragile Trump is, not to mention alienating a lot of voters over 70. Is it surprising Trump did much worse among older voters than expected?

  11. sparky says:
    @gay troll

    > i don’t see any evidence of fraud
    > lists a whole bunch of fraud
    not the brightest spark are we

    • Agree: Alternate History
    • LOL: Tom Welsh
  12. If anything, these people will now come to realize that while the US is facing no real foreign threats at all (except those it created itself), there is most definitely an internal threat,

    Name the Jew

    • Agree: Druid
    • Replies: @obvious
  13. Begemot says:

    If the vote counts had been such that Trump was declared by the media as the presumptive winner of the election, would this article have been written? If the Democrats were the ones proclaiming vote fraud, would the election have been been considered problematic by the author?

  14. It’s amazing just how quickly (about ten months) this country has crumbled. Sure it was in the works for years but in the end all it took was a few thousand welfare recipients and unemployed college punks smashing windows, a hyped up flu and BINGO! Where’s a “New Reset” when you really need one?

    • Replies: @Polynikes
  15. Biff says:

    (the Dems all hate Russia with a passion, especially since they have brainwashed themselves for four years that “Putin” had “attacked” the US elections).

    So why not blame the Russians again?. This time on all the vote counting anomalies, and bask in all the excuses the democrats come up with – it would be some of the best international entertainment ever.

  16. theMann says:

    The entire Satanic regime in Washington is ultimately dependent upon the effortless extraction of a whole lot of taxes from every individual and business in the USA. That is rapidly approaching sudden and catastrophic breakdown, which is of course the regime’s entire reason for pushing for a cashless society. Which would indeed really rescue the Regime. In any case, I see no future that bodes well for the financial health of Americans.

    Observing an entire nation engulfed in Covid-19 hysteria, to a level unprecedented in human history, does not make America’s future look good. As I have mentioned before (no doubt, ad nauseum) watching 80% of the country make a permanent move, to the corner of hysterical coward and low grade moron, does not bode well for our future.

    When the “Christian” Churches in the USA overwhelming caved to completely illegitimate State Power; and this, during Easter, that doesn’t bode well for America. Their continued obeisance to a particularly vile secular power delegitimizes all of them.

    You say Deep State vs Deep America.

    I say Sex and Death obsessed Degenerates, by every conceivable measure, spiritual, intellectual, physically, and genetic, true Degenerates on one side vs perfectly ordinary (mostly former) Christians on the other side.

    There is no battle there, for no other reason than that a battle requires two sides. The good news is that the Degenerates of Sick America will eventually reap their reward – Damnation, while crawling in their own moral filthiness. Really, there is no fight there. The bad news is that they will, of course, inflict enormous pain and harm upon humanity on their way to Hell.

    • Agree: Alfred
  17. Governmentrag has a most fascinating article by Jim Fetzer. It leads with two screen shots, one of Biden and the other of his body double at the two debates. Obvious at a glance: The real Biden, suffering from incontinence and memory disruption due to Parkinsons, has a rounded chin and free-standing ears. The fill-in has ears which connect to the jaw-area at their bases. He has a cleft chin. Further photos reveal that the guy who appeared in the debates has brown eyes. Biden’s are blue.

    Contrary to the no-sayers on this thread up to this point, this matter is not at all over. The election “glitches” are all over the place—but almost totally concentrated in the “swing states”.

    To overcome the Deep State/media/DNC resistance, Trump needs to make several moves: (1.) Immediately fire his Attorney General, Jim Barr. The man absolutely reeks of swamp-gas. As a CIA insider, he is Deep $tate all the way. Replace him with someone like General Flynn, unless constitutional law insists that the AG be a lawyer. Flynn should be well motivated to go after the perps up and down the line.
    (2) Instruct the head of the Federal Communications Commission to pull the licenses from ABC, CBS and NBC.
    (3) The new AG indicts the major cable channel honchos and the major social media moguls for direct interference with the right of the American people to be reasonably well informed on all sides of the issues so we can cast an informed vote.
    (4) Instruct the new Secretary of Defense to clean house in the Pentagon and remove all the generals and admirals who are in the pockets of the WarDefense industry.
    (5) Set up new media channels which are dedicated to at least some level of objectivity in their news and information programming.
    (6) Appoint John Whitehead of the Rutherford Institute, America’s greatest constitutional scholar and a living national treasure ,to set up a Truth and Reconciliation Commission with the aim of healing the wounds in the body politic, so that WE THE PEOPLE no longer remain divided and conquered—divided and ruled.

  18. FB says: • Website
    @Rahan

    You’re a curious fellow…

    You have a pretty good grip on how actual history unfolded, almost unique on this website of mostly laughable illiterates…for instance your quick and efficient summary of the Cultural Revolution as the foundation stone for China’s meteoric rise…

    Indeed, the Great Helmsman was under attack by a Chinese elite-cum deep state that was threatening to suffocate the revolution in its crib and put paid to his long term vision of resurrecting China as a great civilization and great power…that this powerful bureaucracy called themselves ‘communist’ in no way differentiates them from their true fellow travelers in every other kind of system throughout history…

    You mentioned the same rotten, fundamentally disloyal nomenklatura in Stalin’s Russia, and FDR was himself boxed in by a similarly powerful establishment that was keen to put a stick in the wheel of progress…of course they won, as they did in Russia, post-Stalin…they usually do…the only place they didn’t win was in China, thanks to Mao…

    Is this the same nemesis that Trump labeled his ‘swamp’…?

    It could be…he wanted to do things differently, and a different turn is needed…but he was pretty much neutered in his first term…would he have been Prometheus Unbound in his second term…is this why it was necessary to stop him at all cost…?

    Prometheus Brings Fire to Man; Fueger, 1817

    • Thanks: Rahan
    • Replies: @anon
    , @Curmudgeon
    , @frontier
    , @anon
  19. Deep State vs. Deep Country….Saker, you actually got it this time! And you limo libs need to get out of the way–hide in your mansions in Commiefornia, wherever. Guns, and God, and (you should know this Saker) Samizdat. Because the criminal psycho elites not only over played their hand, but proved their hand can’t deal with their sword they cut off their hand with to spite their face. Ready to be rounded up, put on trial in common law courts (not you bogus admiralty yellow-fringe garbage), and sent to the South Pole where you satanists can eat each other.

  20. TG says:

    “Possibly the dumbest mistake made by Trump was not to create his own TV channel”

    I hear you, but I think the real mistake was not to undo Bill Clinton’s allowing the media to consolidate into just six major power centers that are all linked and working in concert.

    We don’t need a new TV channel. We need to enforce antitrust against the existing TV channels, and demand that news organization not be owned by larger corporations with other interests.

    But too late now.

    • Agree: theMann
  21. GMC says:

    Biden has Alzheimer’s ? Hell, the whole TV populace has Alzheimer’s, so they will fit in great with ole Joe. Except Joe ain’t coming out of it – maybe some of the TV patients – will. Things will go back like the old Obama regime , Harris will be the main India lobbyist, and the Clinton’s will come alive – again. snafu.

  22. @gay troll

    LOL, Trump was soooo expecting this election fraud.

    I think it’s impressive how quickly they’ve gotten signed affidavits from dozens of people in many states in just a few days about voting problems. Now, state officials (SoS in OH, leader of the Senate in AZ) are getting involved in various ways. The DOJ just issued an effort to look into it.

    I don’t know what your info sources are but, I think you’re missing alot. It’s going to get very ugly soon with plenty of obvious malfeasance and Democrats are going to meltdown like the toddlers they are.

  23. Wally says:
    @Peter Akuleyev

    said:
    “Is it surprising Trump did much worse among older voters than expected?”

    Seriously?

    How do you know that?

    Pay attention, all the numbers have been cooked; and there is no reason believe that ‘exit polls’ run by the media mob are reliable either.

    • Agree: Peripatetic Itch
  24. The second Sidebar in the article is uniformed and a bit arrogant.

    Who is anyone to say what somebody else should be doing with their time, effort or money?

    Secondarily, a POTUS having ownership, or a major stake, in a prominent media enterprise would be an obvious, and big, conflict of interest. Therefore, it wouldn’t happen. He’d have to sell it and any family employees would have to leave.

    Next idea?

  25. Wally says:
    @gay troll

    Get out more often.

    recommended:
    Rundown of every single election fraud red flag:
    https://monsterhunternation.com/2020/11/05/the-2020-election-fuckery-is-afoot/
    It Defies Logic”: Scientist Finds Telltale Signs Of Election Fraud After Analyzing Mail-In Ballot Data:: https://www.zerohedge.com/political/it-defies-logic-scientist-finds-telltale-signs-election-fraud-after-analyzing-mail-ballot
    exc.:

    “It appears Dems shot themselves in the foot because making everyone do mail-in ballots actually makes it easier to catch mail-in ballot fraud. Because all of the ballots go through the postal system, they get shuffled like a deck of cards, so we expect reported ballot return to be extremely UNIFORM in terms of D vs R ratio, but to drift slightly towards R over time because some of those ballots travel farther. This pattern proves fraud and is a verifiable timestamp of when each fraudulent action occurred.”

    In 30 states, a computer system known to be defective is tallying votes
    https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2020/11/in_30_states_a_computer_system_known_to_be_defective_is_tallying_votes.html
    All statistical anomalies in Pennsylvania favor Biden: https://thenationalpulse.com/politics/pennsylvania-vote-anomalies/
    Like Flipping a Coin and Getting Heads 100 Times’: Stats Boffs Scrutinize Biden ‘Victory’ Numbers
    How the Presidential Election Was Stolen: https://www.lewrockwell.com/2020/11/no_author/how-the-presidential-election-was-stolen/
    Evidence Mounts of a Stolen Election, by Paul Craig Roberts: https://www.unz.com/proberts/evidence-mounts-of-a-stolen-election/
    The President’s lawyer, Sydney Powell, explains the massive, historical vote fraud that has occurred and predicts that Trump will win the election in the end.
    Including the Pelosi, Feinstein connection to Dominion software manipulation


  26. nsa says:

    The median wage in the USA is $34k per annum i.e. half the working population makes under this amount. So why the sick push by Trumpstein and his rich pals to strip these working poor of their basic subsidized medical plans? If the creep had done just one tiny little thing for this half of the working population, he would be Prez Re-elect right now. Instead, it was all about goosing the stock market and tax cuts for himself, his relatives, wealthy pals, and of course his jewie sponsors. This from a degenerate clown who spends $100k per annum on Swiss makeup and another $100k on hair care.

    • Replies: @Fred777
    , @Polynikes
    , @steiner
  27. JWalters says:

    It’s time to end this fuzzy talk about a “Deep State” and name names. Follow the money. The evidence is overwhelming that Israel is controlling our corporate media, our Congress, and our foreign policy. More exactly, it’s the war profiteering banker mafia behind Israel. They are also behind Wall Street, and via their control over the country’s finances they control the corporate press, and then the politicians. We need to break the stranglehold of this Zionist banker mafia. Keys steps to do that are given at the end of this article.
    “War Profiteers and Israel’s Bank”
    https://warprofiteerstory.blogspot.com/p/war-profiteers-and-israels-bank.html

    • Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard
  28. The colloquial, Russian De Tocqueville.

  29. Carlos22 says:

    A famous saying is “you can say anything in America” so it will be a big moment internationally if they move against the 1st amendment.

    They can get round it for now online because they are private companies Facebook, google etc so can make their own laws.

    Boiling frog effect I guess start online and move it into law after everyone gets used to it

  30. slorter says:

    Your comments hold a lot of thought !
    Wake up Liberals! American Voters Are Smarter Than You think!

    Now, if you yourself are one of those liberals who celebrated the Biden campaign as a “battle for the nation’s soul” Well the betrayal of American working people is on you and you will reap what you sow!

    And I did not vote for Trump or Biden!

  31. Mikael_ says:

    the Dems are terrified

    Exactly my thought, two days ago. But I’d put it even simpler:

    The Dems are (at least unconsciously) realizing things will get really bad now, when the moral US folks stop playing by the rules as well.

    Not necessarily civil war bad although it’s a possibility, but still pretty bad.

  32. @GomezAdddams

    Won’t happen now, not after Nutty-yahoo prematurely congratulated Biden.

  33. Wielgus says:
    @Peter Akuleyev

    After being primed to expect Biden was a drooling vegetable, he came across as reasonably coherent and a little more in control of his emotions than Trump is.

  34. @Rahan

    Very sound theory, but to compare a historical giant like Mao to some loser like trunpenyid is hilarious.
    Armed revolutionary killer youths =/= beer gutted boomers who play with toys who like to watch niggers play balls.

    • Replies: @Thomasina
  35. Curiously, Rudy Giuliani may have sent the Bidens and the Democrats a sharp warning signal, when he held his Saturday 7 Nov press conference denouncing vote fraud, at a bizarre location – The shabby back lot of the humble ‘Four Seasons Total Landscaping’ business on the outskirts of Philadelphia, next to an adult video store and a crematorium.

    That event is being ridiculed as a feckless failure … but links and connections point to something different: A hidden team Trump warning to the Democrats and the Bidens, that unless they acknowledge election fraud cheating Trump of his win, the worst of disasters will hit them, ‘the whole corrupt temple pulled down on your heads’.

    Four Seasons Landscaping is less than 3 kilometers away from the notorious Holmesburg prison, now closed, where a Jewish dermatologist, Dr Albert Kligman (1916-2010), conducted horrific medical experiments on the bodies of live prisoners for many years, America’s own ‘Josef Mengele’. Holmesburg prison was used in films, including the 2009 ‘Law Abiding Citizen’. Q of QAnon fame often quotes from ‘Law Abiding Citizen’, the scene where the ‘Clyde Shelton’ character says, “I’m gonna pull the whole thing down. I’m gonna bring the whole fuckin’ diseased corrupt temple down on your heads. It’s gonna be Biblical.”

    Four Seasons Landscaping, a continuous Dem Party donor and a recipient of ‘covid loan’ funds, is accused of being a Democrat money-laundering op. The crematorium nearby is maybe where Trump ballots were burned. Giuliani seemed to be signalling the Bidens & Dems that ‘We have everything, we know where the bodies are buried, we’re ready to go nuclear’

    • Replies: @Montefrío
    , @Wielgus
  36. Tom Welsh says:

    “Yeah, I know, Trump is hardly a miner from West Virginia or a farmer in Alabama”.

    But isn’t it astonishing that 70 million people like that feel they have more in common with someone like Mr Trump than with the Democrats?

    • Replies: @Peter D. Bredon
  37. @Peter Akuleyev

    Yeah, doing five rallies a day and breathing fire while doing that, is definitely a sign of Trump being old and week. [insert sarcasm emoji here]

    • Agree: TKK
  38. Tom Welsh says:
    @rebel yell

    “And shootin’ it out with the Feds on your farm, by yourself, doesn’t work”.

    Not when they have napalm and you don’t.

    • Replies: @cylindrical crown
  39. Carlos22 says:

    We heard yesterday they announced the new Covid vaccine 4 working days after the election.

    90% effective just like the Russian Sputnik one LOL.

    If anyone doesn’t believe we are being manipulated by now they must be brain dead.

  40. zard says:

    The “secret government” or “deep state” is TALMUDIC SATANIC KABBALAH JEWS, which are most jews. If they go to a synagogue, they are Talmudic jews. They laugh at the simple misdirection’s and names they call themselves and people jump all over it. They create their own enemy, build them up and then tear them down and everyone gets fixated on bullshit and lies.

    They even put truth in movies and laugh it off as comedy. They tell you the truth all the time, and piss themselves laughing because you don’t get it.

    Keep your eye on the ball.

    • Thanks: Alfred, Peripatetic Itch, Druid
  41. @gay troll

    Joe won because of our “new normal”.

    “New normal” as in: having Dominion software flip votes from Trump to Biden, corporate media doing a witch hunt on Trump for 5 years, MSM lying about everything from George Floyd not dying from a drug overdose, MSM literally fanning the flames to incite a race war? I could go on.
    You’re a sick minded troll I give you that.

    • Agree: Alternate History
  42. @Rahan

    Minus.

    Fanatics are required to drag a nation back from the abyss, e.g. Zionism, Taliban, Ayatollah Khomenei.

    And that’s if all sorts of other conditions obtain.

    In this case, they do not. America on the eve of absolute antiwhite, big tech tyranny – I do not hesitate to call it a power singularity, and I’ll have been the first – is not China on the even of counter-revolution.

    Great comment though, as usual.

    • Thanks: Rahan
  43. TheIdiot says:

    Not much difference between Alzheimer and being totally drunk 24×7 all year around
    Let’s hope Biden presidency will be as great for America as Yeltsin’s was for USSR and Russia

    • Replies: @Alternate History
  44. Anon[240] • Disclaimer says:

    The USSC’s problem is that the fact-finding that would be needed is far too wide and deep to accomplish in the one-month period that the election timetable allows. The USSC is being presented with the tip of an iceberg, in a situation where it is currently impossible for the bungling, gridlocked, tight-fisted, unraveled U.S. to determine the size of the iceberg itself. This situation is properly about the full iceberg. It would be absurd and embarrassing to issue a ruling saying we looked at the tip of the iceberg, and that tip doesn’t make enough of a difference. Yet that is what’s about to happen..

    The court would need to do the following. A few days after the lawsuits are filed, the court would issue a ruling saying: “Immediately print $100 billion in money to pay for a massive, super-warp-speed, subpoena-powered investigation, and bring us all the facts in 2 weeks.” Absent the above, the court will lose its credibility, and the U.S. voters will lose all faith in the process of electing national leaders.
    Of course, my thought experiment will not happen, and so both the court and democracy are finished.

    To compound the above, the justices do not wish to be responsible for the demonstrative half of the country erupting, not least of all on the justices’ own streets where they live.

    • Replies: @Corrupt
    , @Peter D. Bredon
  45. I always enjoy your articles but am unsure that I grasp this point:

    [T]he US is … plagued with a myriad of antiquated laws….

    By “myriad,” I gather that you refer to the distinct laws of the 50 U.S. states. Are you suggesting that the U.S. wants Washington to introduce novel laws and to coördinate and enforce these novel laws centrally?

    I was under the impression that it is novel election laws that have cast the 2020 election’s presidential result into doubt. How would enforcing such laws uniformly across the U.S. have helped?

    Or do you just oppose federalism and its consequent subsidiarity in principle?

    Or am I merely reading too much into an imprecise phrase of yours?

  46. “Possibly the dumbest mistake made by Trump was not to create his own TV channel. He had the money, he could have found allies, but he simply lacked the intelligence to see the danger. Instead, this narcissistic fool thought that Twitter was the way to bypass the legacy media.”

    Any alleged billionaire who permits, nay, trains his son to pose in front of a jewelry store to get a free engagement ring isn’t clairvoyant enough to understand the strategic imperative to start his own TV channel… a free service like Twitter is all he is capable of because, fundamentally, he is a cheap, tawdry fellow.

    Only a Jew, like Rupert Murdoch (his late mother was a Jewess), would have fathomed the need to own a TV network to protect his flank!

    You know the old saw: you can drag a horse (goy) to water (fame and fortune) but you can’t make him drink (think beyond trinkets)… c’est la vie!

    • Replies: @anon
  47. @Rational

    One correction re the worst case scenario in the event of Biden’s exit via the 25th Amendment. It will not be the Harris Administration, but the Harris Regime. Also, is a female dictator a dictatress? Asking for a friend.

    • Replies: @Emblematic
  48. J West says:

    Only a civil war will settle what is happening to the USA at this time. It will be a weird war… lots of hit and run action.

    Best way to my thinking is to cut off all services, roadways, railway, energy water to the big blue cities until they cry uncle. No food, no water, no electricity … etc.

    Small groups of ex marines, police, whatever, could achieve this will the help of truckers, and bomb makers. No need to shoot people, just cut them off of their addictions and reliance on the modern systems of life.

    Once the cities are all burning and the democrat occupants are at each other’s throats for a loaf of bread, things will change.

    Maybe?

    Anyone?

    • Agree: Katrinka
    • Replies: @PJ London
  49. @Begemot

    Didn’t the Democrats just spend the last four years asserting that the 2016 was invalid because nefarious Russian hackers operating in the Kremlin’s basement somehow changed the results?

  50. @JWalters

    The evidence is overwhelming that Israel is controlling our corporate media,

    Let’s not forget the CCP’s deep tentacles in DC, Big Tech, Hollywood, Big Ag, Big Sports, and academia.

    • Replies: @PJ London
  51. PJ London says:
    @Rahan

    The question is whether Trump has the energy or the courage to do it.
    The night before the election (02/11/20 ; 23:28 GMT) Twitter was listing on Fox Business News
    Pro Trump tweets +87million ; pro Biden tweets +12million
    One of the sites today has a Poll “Would you attend a Trump (Keep America Great Again) rally if held near you?
    Yes 97.9% ; No 2.1%

    Chris Hani famed head of the ANC armed wing said “I don’t want people willing to die for the ANC, I want people willing to kill for the ANC” (They then went and killed some 12,000 supporters of Inkatha, many by burning them with petrol in a tyre around their necks.)
    How many Americans are willing to catch and burn Democrats?
    How many Republicans are willing to tie an old person who they suspect of being Democrat and beat them to death with a hammer?
    Look at the ‘enemy’ they are completely and totally irrational. You cannot engage them in any way. It started years ago with people like Milo and Coulter being hounded off the platforms. Watch any campus discussion, any college demonstration. They are infantile in their capabilities and their reactions.

    All actions political and social are controlled by violence or the threat of violence.
    Always has been and always will be.
    Until and unless the general American public are willing to say “Do what we say or we will kill you.” the present situation will continue.
    BLM is willing to say it.
    Antifa is willing to say it.
    Are the ordinary Americans willing to say it and make it stick?
    Failure will result in South Africa-Zimbabwe-Ukraine- Serbia-Kosovo-Afghanistan et al.

    • Agree: TKK
    • Replies: @neutral
    , @TKK
    , @GeneralRipper
  52. PJ London says:
    @J West

    See my reply below.
    There has to be a willingness to inflict violence if you want to win.
    Of course ‘civilised’ society out sources this violence to the police and the justice system, both of which are under the control of the very people you want to overcome.
    Good luck with that.
    See the arrest histories of BLM v’s the case against Rittemayer.
    Out of 300,000 – 500,000 police men and women perhaps 10 per year are actually found guilty and punished, yet every single one of them break the law daily.
    Everyone is willing to be a Martyr, everyone is willing to ‘die’ for a cause, very very few good-rational people are willing to kill for one.
    The opposition is corrupt and committed they are neither ‘good’ or ‘rational’. They blatantly commit fraud and perjury because they ‘believe’ in their cause.
    Until every American realises that this is a war to the death, with no room for compromise or concession then they are winning.

  53. Here is only one question!
    Does the world really need USA?
    And than for what?

    • Replies: @yurivku
  54. Great column and great artwork showing the take on the Iwo Jima flag raising.

  55. PJ London says:
    @The Wild Geese Howard

    The CCP care no more about the USA than the USA does about Guatemala.
    The CCP are way ahead in every field.
    Like Iran and Russia they do not need to enter an actual conflict to beat the US, they just leave it up to the Americans to commit economic, political and societal suicide.
    The problem with the Americans is that they see everything as ‘competition’. They are hung-up on winning.
    Chinese see co-operation as the way forward and really don’t care about the US.
    They despise ‘bullying’ and venerate ‘good manners’.
    The US puts Clinton (Yugoslavia) Bush (Afghanistan – Iraq) and Obama (Libya – Syria) as leaders, China has the ‘Belt and Road’ initiative.
    You probably cannot name the two leaders before Xi and don’t know whether he is married, has children or concubines. 20 years ago I told my (American) grandchild to learn Mandarin as it was the language of the future.
    He didn’t.
    He is stuck in Austin still a child at 24.
    I think it was 2014 that China graduated more engineers than all US university graduates including the humanities crap and basket weaving.
    The US people let it happen by being greedy, stupid and scared.
    Competition has consequences.
    You lost.
    Get over it.

  56. neutral says:
    @PJ London

    The American population has been under the jewish yoke for over a hundred years now. I agree that violence is the only way any society changes, this being the case the scale of the violence necessary to bring change will have to be measured in the tens of millions, how many have the stomach of such things?

    • Replies: @PJ London
    , @TheTrumanShow
  57. anarchyst says:
    @Majority of One

    Your comment: (5) Set up new media channels which are dedicated to at least some level of objectivity in their news and information programming.
    We already have one honest upstart news channel–One America Network
    This relatively new channel is a refreshing change from the rest of the so-called “news channels”.
    This news outlet is unique in that it will present a news story, exploring all aspects of it honestly. They have one and two hour segments dedicated solely to one news topic.
    Check it out. You will be pleasantly surprised at the depth of its reporting.

    • Agree: Peripatetic Itch
  58. MLK says:

    If your father dies, you’ll make the deal, Sonny.

    — “The Godfather”

    You’re mistaken if you think I’m implying Trump is either Don Corleone or Sonny. No, everyone relevant bears this burden at this level, enforced one way or another.

    Biden strikes me as akin to Boris Yeltsin in 1996. We have a similarly spent personality. Biden will either be the means to restoration or the scapegoat through which the Democrat Party hit the reset button.

    I ceased trying to reason with those compelled to take swipes at Trump (e.g. Dumb; lacking intelligence). Not to put too fine a point on it, but that ship sailed. People who write this do so because Trump makes them feel bad about themselves. Their heads would pop if they admitted to themselves that they would have drown in a day in the waters Trump has had to swim in for five years.

    This resentment, correlated with intelligence, interestingly, used to manifest as embarrassing claims that we think he’s “playing 4D chess” and other nonsense.

    I belabor all this because it’s relevant at this moment of uncertainty as to outcome. To the question of whether men make history or history makes men, the answer strikes me as assuredly both, in unknowable proportions in real-time.

    So let’s simplify the current state of play. The constellation of forces, domestic and foreign, arrayed against Trump since before he took the oath, failed once again to achieve their objective on election night. This despite spending four years monumentally increasing their capacity to steal.

    In 2016, after a few hours they determined it was a bridge too far and went to Plan B the next morning. They refused to make the same “mistake” twice. In for a penny, in for a pound. After all, the whole lot of them are thoroughly discredited anyway.

    There is no way in the world they wanted to be relying on PA to put Sleepy Joe over the Electoral College top. The steal was too large, too obvious, and easily provable. In my view, litigating PA and relying on it to the bitter end is not an option. RCP pulled back on its PA call last night:

    https://www.realclearpolitics.com/elections/live_results/2020/president/

    And Barr fired a shot across the bow:

    https://apnews.com/article/election-2020-joe-biden-donald-trump-elections-voting-fraud-and-irregularities-4eeb9e0c97301a23ae8d05b54c3144fd

    The next turn of the screw will likely be calls in AZ and GA. But even if both are called for Biden the margins will be so thin they will go to recounts/re-canvassing. Meanwhile, Team Trump will expand its litigation to more states, with no hope for the Democrats of a quick resolution unless they give up the ghost.

    • Replies: @MLK
  59. MLK says:
    @MLK

    By the way, the NYT article on Barr’s salvo reveals the Democrats and their Allied Media shift from the no longer defendable “No evidence of voter fraud,” to no evidence that the fraud was “widespread.”

    In other words, “Forget about PA. We don’t need it.” But while their Allied Media will of course dutifully abide, Trump pulled the lawsuit trigger yesterday. More are coming soon. Including WI and MI.

    Thus it’s a mistake to think that Biden being declared the winner in AZ and GA, with the attendant “both controlled by Republicans!” shouting, will abort the process now in motion.

  60. @PJ London

    Good points and some funny stuff. I think it was 50 years ago that universities and colleges started basket weaving and other similar courses. I hope your grandson wakes up. I knew men from the USMC and US Army starting in early 1969 and they were from the Austin, Texas area and they were very rugged, can do young men. Austin is now a different world?

  61. @brabantian

    The curious structure to Giuliani’s left calls a gibbet to mind. Likely a coincidence, but amusing all the same.

  62. Fred777 says:
    @nsa

    “If the creep had done just one tiny little thing for this half of the working population“

    You mean like bringing a hard stop to the TPP? Or getting us out of that ridiculous Paris Climate Accord? How about ending critical race theory training for federal workers?

    Joe owes China big time, TPP is coming back, Harris first pet project will be to reintroduce race indoctrination. They will get us back to the Paris agreement, to the cheers of everyone in the world except the American working class.

    • Replies: @James O'Meara
  63. Anonymous[290] • Disclaimer says:
    @Peter Akuleyev

    Biden’s mentioning that he would shut down the oil industry was classic Alzheimer’s, in which everything becomes like a dream to the patient and the patient eventually sort of fades away into the dream/illusion (1). Biden forgot that he wasn’t supposed to be mentioning that he would shut down the oil industry.

    “We have put together, I think, the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics,”was another instance of Biden forgetting where he was, and responding honestly to a dream audience.

    1) Sometimes the dream becomes a nightmare, but Biden hasn’t gotten that far yet.

    • Replies: @Just another serf
  64. PJ London says:
    @neutral

    Good question.
    Probably not enough. They will have to take on the ‘official’ forces(Police, National Guard and Military) and those boys have really good toys.
    In addition the Fusion centers have 10 million names all ready to be swept up for re-education.
    Every one of them is and will be under constant surveillance and most people are not trained to evade the net.
    If I was 20 I would be learning Russian and Chinese and be on my way to freedom.

    Amazing prescience :

    “Through Russia comes the hope of the world. Not in respect to what is sometimes termed Communism or Bolshevism — no! But freedom — freedom! That each man will live for his fellow man. The principle has been born there. It will take years for it to be crystallized; yet out of Russia comes again the hope of the world.” ~
    Edgar Cayce (C 1940)

    If children won’t or can’t grow-up then the heck with them.

    • Replies: @Lost American
  65. Realist says:

    I would even suggest that we will never really find out who won, because who won depends on a large number of local laws and regulations and because it will probably never be possible to separate the fake votes from the legal ones.

    Yes, this country is under the total control of the Deep State.

    First, it has now become clear to the entire planet that the US “democracy” is anything but: the US is an oligarchic plutocracy, plagued with a myriad of antiquated laws and corrupt to the bone. The special “trick” of this US oligarchic plutocracy is that is masquerades as an ochlocracy: there is pretend mob rule which serves as the microscopically small fig leaf hiding the real nature of the regime.

    This is not good news. It’s a little late to be concerned about the innocents of one…whose head has been removed.
    The Deep State is so sure of their complete domination they do not try to cover their subterfuge.

    Second, while the Dems did their best to hide this, and they still are, it is now becoming evident that the sheer magnitude of the fraud made it impossible to conceal it..

    I contend that it is not just the Democrats, but also the Republicans who are culpable in aiding and abetting the Deep State take over. Democrat and Republican are just two sides of the Deep State coin. Heads they win…tails you lose.

    Third, the behavior of the US media in this entire operation is so obviously disgraceful that nobody will ever take them seriously again (at least amongst the thinking people, the zombies glued to the Idiot Tube are beyond any rational arguments anyway). This is particularly important in regards to Fox News who has shown that it was a pseudo-conservative propaganda outlet which, in reality, is completely committed to the political agenda of Rupert Murdoch and his family.

    With this I totally agree, but it makes no difference now. The supposed Three musketeers at Fox, Carlson, Hannity and Ingraham will probably be outed as a sham…avarice rules. Those that think only Jews are involved in the subterfuge, are very mistaken. There are many more Whites involved in this abomination than Jews.

    Conclusion: not the RNC vs the DNC but the Deep State vs the Deep Country

    At this point the Deep State holds the winning cards.

  66. “Mostly, I believe that the Dems are terrified because they know for a fact that they stole the election….. they are now pleading for calm, peace and unity.”

    That is their weakness and all good Americans must drive a shiv into it. Progressives liked to say, “No justice, no peace”. Now is the time to make them eat their words.

  67. No doubt many of the mail in ballots were illegitimate, but it’s even worse…..

    Sidney Powell says they sued Hammer and Scorecard to alter the numbers digitally.

    She says the CIA/military have used these methods to wreck elections all over the world.

    The takeaway is that there is no way to tell if an election is on the up and up.

    Elections can never again be trusted. A number of goofballs like to mention that voter fraud has always been done, but…….it has never been done so brazenly and on such a huge scale…..
    this was in your face fraud…..this is to inform us that we no longer have ANY say in what happens to our country.

    Hell, the Covid hoax is the same kind of clue…..they can do whatever they want to us….and for the most part people will take it.

    Schumer is bragging that he intends to take the Senate, add two states, pack the supreme court, end the filibuster……one party rule FOREVER.

    • Agree: Peripatetic Itch
    • Replies: @El Dato
  68. FoSquare says:
    @gay troll

    Isn’t it odd that none of that deluge of mail-in ballots for biden translated into votes for the senatorial candidate on the same ballot. Apparently in Georgia biden received nearly 100,000 more votes than the senatorial candidate on the same ticket, an extraordinary discrepancy. Trump is said to have received fewer than 1,000 more votes than the senatorial candidate on the same ticket, more or less in line with historical norms. In Michigan, biden received 69,000 more votes than the senatorial candidate – again, extraordinarily disproportionate.

    No, a lot more is at play here than the mail-in vote favoring the democratic candidate.

    • Replies: @gay troll
  69. anon[139] • Disclaimer says:
    @God's Fool

    I don’t know about Trumps lack of clear sight to such an extent. Trump has had life long relationships with Jews on many levels that from all appearances worked well enough. his son-in-law is a big time Jew. and he Trump himself has been currently on wide levels with the the biggest political Jew at the moment, Netanyahu himself.

    we have seen on the surface the nature of the relationship that led to Trump’s description of himself as the best friend the Jews have had in the white house etc etc. I mean I don’t think Trump was really fooled to the extent implied here at all. but to go set up an expensive endeavour to protect himself from political attack, in full anticipation of what has happened to him in the election is itself is way out there, well nigh ridiculous

    it would cost and would require a plan to be profitable to survive, yet it would have had to be ideologically motivated with an Anti Zionist ideology and focused, and in anticipation of these current events, to be effective in the current Trump cause.

    wow! for such a project to have made sense Trump would have long ago anticipated all of this and set up such a project years ago, long before he made a move for the presidency

    it might have been possible given Trumps ‘America first’ movement, which suggests some ideological strength on his part, from which such a project could have flowed… seen as essential to deal with his enemies, the Jews. Yet Trump appears to have never been enemies with Jews. and in building a media project Trump would have had to kept Jews out of the project. they would have been the enemy who motivated the project, protection from whom was the purpose for the project in the first place.

    that simply could not have been done

    Trump is no fool as expressed here.

    Trump has been in a very involved in his life situation hardly easy to deal with ever since be became president. I do not envy Trump in that mix at all. but now at least as events have cleared up the situation, put all involved in their various corners, Trump may be free to go to war period, if his nationalist ideology is paramount, if he intends to go ahead by what he believes in, and fight all the way to keep his presidency: and if he succeeds, use his presidency to go about for the next 4 years trying to really make a difference for America from his point of view

    • Replies: @God's Fool
  70. Petermx says:

    “First, it has now become clear to the entire planet that the US “democracy” is anything but: the US is an oligarchic plutocracy, plagued with a myriad of antiquated laws and corrupt to the bone.” Unfortunately, while that may be true, the “free world” (transgender and homosexual worshiping western Europe) are perfectly fine with that, in fact they welcome it, immediately sending congratulations to Biden upon the Jewish media crowning him president. It shows that like the US, western Europe is also a group of corrupt incompetents. Their biggest countries (UK, France, Italy and Germany) need to move right and have governments that work to further the interests of their own countries, their own economies, their own peoples and the interests of their neighbors (including Russia) and only after that, the rest of the world.

    Welcoming the third world into western Europe and the USA has done nothing to advance the peoples of the third world, it has only brought down the standard of living in western countries so that many for the first time in their long history now have unheard of criminal violence in their streets. They are also now falling behind Asia and unless something is done soon, the European peoples will no longer exist, and for some outspoken blacks and Jews that can’t happen fast enough.

    A few decades ago, after Europe and Japan had been rebuilt, the world was doing very well. There were signs of problems in the west and they could have been dealt with. Instead, the west decided that welcoming in millions of poor people of a different race would somehow make the world a better place, or maybe just make these people feel better about themselves. And this has done irreparable damage to these countries.

  71. macilrae says:

    When you look at the barrage of viscous anti-Trump, pro-Biden rhetoric that has been vomited forth by all the big media (even, quite amazingly, in the UK – as if people there, too, were to vote) – when you look at this and the huge defeat promised by the opinion polls – and then you see the way people actually voted – you have to have a bit more respect for them.

    The same thing happened on Canada in 1995 when the people voted on a constitution giving Quebec a disproportionate say over Canada’s future – huge funds were expended on a media blitz but the thing got soundly rejected. Trump vs. Clinton 2016 and BREXIT 2016, again, same thing.

    A heartening percentage of the ‘Western’ population quite evidently does not trust the media. People aren’t quite so easy to manipulate anymore.

  72. chris says:

    You have probably heard Joe Biden declaring that he wants to heal the wounds, restore unity, rule for all US Americans and the like. I don’t think that this is only empty political rhetoric, though that is part of it too. Mostly, I believe that the Dems are terrified because they know for a fact that they stole the election and this is why after four years of the most divisive and irresponsible rhetoric against Trump, “the racist system” and all the rest of the crap, they are now making a 180 (they are experts at that!) and pleading for calm, peace and unity.

    I don’t believe that at all! Not At All!!! The last thing the deep state can now afford is a reprieve. Like in a boxing match, when you’ve made your opponent stagger, you have to rush in with a flurry of punches to knock him out; and that is exactly what they plan to do.

    They’ll massively start closing alternative outlets, and hit everyone with critical race theory and the like from kindergarten through the workplace, they’ll be a frenzy of unrelenting pummeling of the opposition in order to prevent any critical analysis of the happenings over the last four years and in order to consolidate their gains.

  73. Jiminy says:

    I know that here in the land of oz, Sky news was really the only channel that talked openly about Biden’s apparent dementia. Meanwhile the national carrier, ABC, seemed to be constantly pushing the Trump bad, Biden good routine. There was never any mention of Biden’s possible mental problems. Their agenda was very transparent.
    Maybe Trump should take care on whose toes he treads upon, in case something unfortunate happens on the way out.

  74. SCOTUS members can be impeached and removed. Don’t doubt for a minute that Dems in control of the House and Senate will hesitate to rectify the “imbalance” they perceive. It would be more elegant than packing the courts. This is what might stop SCOTUS from saving Trump’s election, but if it doesn’t, they’ll simply impeach and remove him too. If the GA senate elections go to runoff, count on the moral equivalent to a Blue Wave setting up this scenario.

    The Dems are about naked power. Republicans seem to be little more than office-holders and functionaries.

  75. Emslander says:
    @gay troll

    I don’t know, I don’t see much evidence of fraud.

    If there was fraud it was just good old fashioned ballot box stuffing, except on a multi-state massive scale. I think, at first, I was willing to accept the fact that the cheating wasn’t the determining factor, but the very flawed presidency Trump led. The picture now appears to be a lot more sinister.

    The Saker touched on one factor that seems now to be emerging in the aftermath of the election. This country is now split irrevocably along the most fundamental and existential of ideas. I’m reminded again of Lincoln’s “House Divided” speech. We’re not going to be a nation that remains divided between those who want freedom from government and those who want all government. “I believe that this government cannot endure permanently half slave and half free.”

    The Left wants a government that excuses personal debt, spends unlimited money it does not legitimately raise, enforces no laws that protect moral or health standards, sacrifices all technological progress on a phony climate theory and persecutes productive white people. The Right wants to be free of the Leftist domination of culture, education and religion.

    One side has to defeat and destroy the effectiveness of the other.

    • Replies: @DanFromCT
  76. Biden presidency will be fake presidency.
    More and more articles I am reading on internet,(I am getting headake) more I am convinced that
    Democrats committed serious fraud. Mail in votes should have been permitted only to military.
    Four years of Democratic rule will destroy USA.
    Democrats have an opinion that USA has an inexhaustible wealth.
    I do have to tell them that it is not so.

    • Agree: Lost American
    • Replies: @Realist
  77. Hillaire says:
    @Rahan

    ‘sane, reasonable, courageous citizenry’..

    presumably you have been away.

    • LOL: Rahan
  78. gay troll says:
    @FoSquare

    Thanks for the replies, you all illustrate my point, you all bring up different evidence or theories. One or more of you could be right. But after 3 years of Q disinformation, all the broken campaign promises, and all that hope turned to nothing, I suspect this is more of the same. I couldn’t trust the MSM less, but if you guys can’t put together a coherent argument and back it up with tangible evidence, you’re not going to get anywhere. A rabbit in the hand is worth two in the rabbit hole.

    As for all this civil war stuff, I’m tempted to believe we’re being psychologically conditioned to kill each other, but on the other hand it bears a strong resemblance to fear mongering bullshit. What if Trump and Never Trump have always been quite simply about TV ratings?

    FoSquare, could you believe that 69,000 people split the ticket between a Dem prez and a Rep senator? Suspicious numbers are a reason to look for evidence, but they are not evidence per se.

    • Replies: @Peripatetic Itch
  79. Anonymous[290] • Disclaimer says:

    A quick look at a map tells the story: this struggle is most one of the deep state vs the deep (real) country.

    Two other divisions that look the same on a map:
    1) the urban areas and their hinterlands (See: Copley, _Uncivilization_). This is a global consequence of the population explosion, which produced many national and international migrants who moved to cities. The move gave cities enough political power to disregard their hinterlands (national and global both), and support themselves through politics and command economies alone. Obviously, the Deep State resides in urban areas.
    2) The people who have benefited from affirmative action and those who have lost from it (See: Caldwell, _The Age of Entitlement: America since the Sixties_). This is also a global phenomenon, although Caldwell discusses only the United States of America. The civil rights act of 1964 (CRA) was a pretext for granting political income to urban areas (where resided the Deep State), so it produced the same geographic division as (1).

    It would appear that the above division are very nearly global, not confined to the United States. Globally, existing governments attempting to seize control of more of the general population’s assets, and are encountering resistance from their general populations.

    When looking at global social changes, I tend to look at global physical changes in addition to internal evolution of the changing societies.

    The obvious social change would be Turchin’s “over production of the elite”, possibly exacerbated by Edward Dutton’s observations on increased genetic load and the consequent increase in genetic load. I should add that contemporary industrial societies produce so much that they favor R strategists — the environment is generally benign, so high clutch reproductive strategy outcompetes low clutch reproductive strategy. There is also a heuristic that Western Europeans become insane in places without winters (Seattle/California being the usual examples).

    The physical changes are three, all bad:
    1) Diversion of income stream to political uses has undercapitalized industry and prevented several changes necessary for industrial society. This change, by itself, was sufficient to bring down the Soviet Union.

    2) Cheap energy is over. This has been disguised by monetary policy, but see: https://www.zerohedge.com/energy/narrative-problem-after-peak-oil
    Essentially, attempts to preserve low oil prices by inflation have raised other prices. Society is now more poor in resources than it was in 1970. While nuclear might be a long term source of cheap energy on the scale needed, the capital needed for conversion is not available (see (1)). “Green energy” over total life cycle is a net energy user, not an energy producer.

    3) Good weather is over. See: https://watchers.news/2020/09/02/zharkova-study-modern-grand-solar-minimum-2020-2053/ Lower temperatures inhibit agriculture and change the crops that can be grown in most regions. The capital needed to partially compensate for this is not available (see (1)).

    Note that I omit COVID-19, which may or may not be the first of several infectious diseases spread b global trade. I regard that as a possibility, not a certainty.

    Historically, a confluence of bad physical luck (2 and 3) with a society that has largely expended it resources leads to stress on the society. Note that this is not a contradiction of Turchin’s “overproduction of elites” theory, but rather a corollary. Bad luck always happens eventually, and an overproduced elite is less able to cope with it than a new and not overproduced elite that has been subject to selective winnowing.

    So, yes, the descriptions of operational and tactical factors mentioned may be correct, and so may the strategic factors. However, they are all driven by a sudden vanishing (since 2008) of enough resources to support the world’s population. The deterioration of US cities is not unique to the US. One might also note that immigration to industrialized countries is largely of people who can’t survive in their countries of origin. One might think of the “millions of deaths” consequent to COVID-19 lockdowns ( https://townhall.com/tipsheet/bronsonstocking/2020/04/22/so-130-million-people-could-starve-because-of-the-lockdowns-n2567446 ) . In short, there suddenly isn’t enough to go around, not “enough for everybody”.

    To put it very bluntly, we are in Turchin’s end of cycle state. The society cannot support its government in its current form. At this point, a reorganization occurs.

    Conclusion: nobody is going to back off from the current dispute. Further, the existing elite will most likely lose, as it cannot shed overhead as quickly as its income and support decline. Furthermore, the existing elite is incompetent and beset with internal strife.

    • Agree: El Dato
  80. Finally, a word to those who like to say that there is no difference between the Dems and the GOP, that this is all a fake conflict: friends, you are both right and massively wrong. You are right when you say that the DNC and the RNC are like indistinguishable twins. But what you are missing are two crucial things:

    Factions inside one party can actually go after each other much harder than against their common enemies. I think of the SS vs the SA in Nazi Germany or the Trotskysts vs the Stalinists in the Soviet Union and during the Spanish Civil war.
    But, even more crucially, this is not a contest between the Democrats and the Republicans, it is a contest between a “rejected outsider” and both the DNC and RNC!

    The Weimar Republic and the Russian Empire are not historical equivalents of pre-Trump US, and neither the German Reich nor Bolshevik USSR were ever financial or military headquarters of terrorist Ziocorporate globalism. The Saker gleefully ignores that the EU acts in the interests of Ziocorporate globalism every time they need to so it’s not simply an “Anglo-Zionist” thing, and Russia itself has its branch of Ziocorporate globalism mafia that Putin works real hard to appease.

    The Trumpet is a media phenomenon, the so-called “deep state” has been running Cointelpro ops. since before many of us commenting here were even born, to really win, and not a so-called “election” in a fake republic with fake democracy, but something closer to “freedom”, a mass awakening would have to happen, and that’s an impossibility. The options are subjugation or war, and Trumpet only worked to rally clueless whites and cretinous conservatives for the CIA/NSA/FBI/etc. to identify more easily.

  81. @Peter Akuleyev

    The „Biden has Alzheimer’s” meme is idiotic and only helps Biden because it is so patently false.

    C’mon man!

    Starter for five:

    1) Thought he was running for Senate
    2) Referred to Trump as Bush
    3) Introduced his grandkid as his dead son
    4) Claimed 200 million dead from Coronavirus
    5) Claimed 150 million gun deaths

  82. This person pretends Twitter, Facebook, and Youtube are not monopolies. Indicative of the silly libertarian mindset.

    https://www.unz.com/akarlin/will-the-social-media-purges-accelerate/#comment-4275084

    Neither TWTR nor FB are monopolies.

    They dominate their space, but the market in which they operate (the market for exchanges of drivel between halfwits) has all the characteristics of a competitive market:
     • a significant number of competitors;
     • low-cost entry and exit;
     • no ‘natural monopoly’ characteristics (e.g., network build);
     • marginal-value output pricing.

    I detest TWTR and FB, but it doesn’t help to mischaracterise them as monopolies when they’re not.

    They are virtual monopolies for reasons of name recognition, quantity of users, and collusion with other companies and the Power.

    There is a thing called momentum. When something gains critical mass, it outshines everything else. Why does the Sun blot out all the stars? Sure, there are countless suns(as stars are all suns) in the sky, so one could say the Sun doesn’t have a monopoly in the sky. But when the sun rises, all the stars go out. Now, without the sun, against a black night sky, there is more equality among the countless stars in the sky. But with the sun in the sky, it doesn’t matter how many stars there are. They just vanish.

    Btw, ‘monopoly’ doesn’t mean 100% ownership or domination. It means effective overwhelming domination, especially if the dominant force is favored by the Power. Gab tried to take on Twitter, but it was disadvantaged due to its late-comer status. But that wasn’t the ONLY problem. The Jew-run media defamed it as neo-nazi white supremacist site. And Apple and Google banned its apps for smart phones. And chickenshit ‘conservative’ politicians did nothing about it. Also, it’s been denied financial services. So, what Gab is up against is akin to what BDS is up against. Sure, one can say AIPAC doesn’t have Total monopoly over US politics. Maybe a handful of politicians don’t pledge support to Israel, but the fact is most do. Thus, AIPAC has monopoly control over the US government. Technically, BDS has just as much ‘freedom’ to be heard, but it is actually suppressed by Jewish supremacism. Not only do governments suppress it but so do businesses. And no politician stands up for BDS.

    Momentum matters in certain platforms. Why did Ebay become an internet auction monopoly? Because it was out there first. So, even though Yahoo and other sites tried to offer auction, they couldn’t compete with Ebay that had already attracted the lion share of users. Why would anyone put up for auction on a site with fewer users than on a site with many more users? So, technically, Ebay was never a 100% monopoly as there are other auction sites, but it is an effective monopoly.

    Also, the only reason Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube gained such monopolistic power was because they attracted ALL people regardless of politics. Recall that David Duke has membership on all three before he was purged. So, the impression was that all were welcome. Let hundred flowers bloom and contend. That is why conservatives as well as liberals flocked to those sites. Now, imagine if, at the very outset, those companies admitted their biases and pronounced they’d favor one side over the other. Most cons would have used another site, and those companies would NOT have become monopolies. That was the big con game. We all joined those sites instead of creating an alternative site on the promise of neutrality and fairness, but when push came to shove, the companies banned many of us… and chickenshit conzos don’t even have the balls to call out on this.

    And what are you? Hasbara creating excuses for Jewish monopolies or ADL strongarming internet sites to ban people or else?

    PS. Why should financial institutions deny service to people on ideological grounds? Don’t banks and financial institutions get bailed out tax payer money? As such, don’t they have an obligation to offer service to all? They take tax money from EVERYONE but they can ban certain people?

    You must be hasbara.

    • Agree: Druid
  83. @Peter Akuleyev

    Well I find it curios that Biden did so well in the debate and fumbles/mumbles his way before and since.

  84. El Dato says:

    Meanwhile:

    Hong Kong sanctions are a ‘kiss of death’ for Biden from departing Pompeo, who wants to ramp up cold war with China

    Goodbye then you disgusting little incompetent bloated Mister ex-CIA boss. Goodbye to your antics and bullshit that convinces only people even lower on the ladder of being.

    Why that windbag is near anything outside of a Waffle House counter is beyond me.

    Of course he will stay around.

  85. El Dato says:
    @Robert Dolan

    Sidney Powell says they sued Hammer and Scorecard to alter the numbers digitally.

    She says the CIA/military have used these methods to wreck elections all over the world.

    Software is not magic. Unlike shown in “Independence Day”, it has to actually interface with the remote system.

    “One software to control them all” doesn’t exist. Or if it does, it takes the form of the guy in charge entering fresh numbers into the database by hand.

    • Replies: @Robert Dolan
  86. anon[275] • Disclaimer says:
    @FB

    That is a seriously fruity Prometheus. Must be a prophetic vision of the Silicon Valley’s tech elite.

  87. Realist says:
    @Zarathustra

    Four years of Democratic rule will destroy USA.

    That is history. That horse has sailed…the ship has left the barn.

    The lack of concern and action on the part of the American public…for decades…has brought the end of America as originally envisioned.

    The only recourse at this stage is revolution.

  88. nickels says:

    Ouch:

    Option 1) South American dictatorship
    Option 2) Roman military rule

  89. Realist says:

    Third, on the international front, we can expect even more hysterical Russia bashing (the Dems all hate Russia with a passion, especially since they have brainwashed themselves for four years that “Putin” had “attacked” the US elections). But there is really nothing the US can do to Russia, it is way too late for that. So I would expect even more hot air than from the Trump Administration, and probably not much more action, although that is by no means certain, since a braindead nominal President like Biden would not have Trump’s intelligence to understand that a war against Russia, China or Iran would end in a disaster: Dems always start wars to try to convince the public that they are “tough” (Dukakis in his M-1 tank).

    The Dems don’t hate Russia…it is used as a bogeyman to direct the populace.

    Russia, China, Iran and all the rest of the world probably can’t believe their good fortune…the US is destroying itself.

    Biden will not be in control of the US, or any part of it…he will be in the corner pissing his pants. The Deep State will be calling the shots.

  90. Corrupt says:
    @Anon

    “The USSC’s problem is that the fact-finding that would be needed is far too wide and deep to accomplish in the one-month period that the election timetable allows.”

    They don’t have to uncover everything, just enough to either discount a few battleground states or make them vote again… this time with observers right there.

  91. @Tom Welsh

    But sometimes a “careless” maintenance tech might leave a critical bolt loose. Be a damned shame to lose a multi million dollar aircraft and a pilot who is willing to fire on fellow Americans.

    • Agree: Cortes
    • Replies: @Notsofast
  92. sally says:
    @anon

    What is blatant about CIA ballot stuffing, amazing is the deplorables allowing the media and the state election officials to pull it off. .

    Saker seys “this struggle is most one of the deep state vs the deep (real) country. “.. the deplorables lost round 1, the Deplorable did not see PERL Harbour coming, the Deplorables are just now realizing they must organize, the civil war seems to have begun and Trump may be their unwilling leader before this is over with.

    I was told by a friend who saw it first hand, from Panama City, Florida<= Hwy 20 was blocked as convoy after convoy left for points north. According to him it took 6 hours to deploy several armies from somewhere not known to someplace not identified.

    I think Saker ignored how this election organized the deplorables into an armed and capable resistance.. its only matter of time, till the bullets start flying, i fear. The deep state, fake media, corporate control over the USA, and foreign war for profit enterprises have parked their armies at the gates of the American democratic sole.

    • Replies: @anon
  93. @Majority of One

    Governmentrag has a most fascinating article by Jim Fetzer. It leads with two screen shots, one of Biden and the other of his body double at the two debates. Obvious at a glance: The real Biden, suffering from incontinence and memory disruption due to Parkinsons, has a rounded chin and free-standing ears. The fill-in has ears which connect to the jaw-area at their bases. He has a cleft chin. Further photos reveal that the guy who appeared in the debates has brown eyes. Biden’s are blue.

    Spent 15 minutes online going through his photos and this seems to be very plausible. Thanks for the information. This photo is pretty telling:

    https://www.mediaite.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/Donald-Trump-Joe-Biden-debate-9-29.jpg

    ‘Biden’ in this photo has brown eyes and going back over his older photos shows very striking blue eyes.

    Is this activity illegal?

  94. @gay troll

    I don’t see much evidence of fraud.

    Spoken like a high level corporate manager or politician.
    My question to those types (and you) has always been: “Have you looked for any?”

    • Agree: Alfred
  95. Cyrano says:

    Why did Trump had to go? The deep state never felt deep love for Trump. The reason is simple – Trump wanted to be a one man deep state. One man deep states are called dictatorships – in those types of arrangements, the one man deep state – the dictator – controls the rest of the deep state.

    The other reason why the deep state never liked Trump is because he was a threat to the system – the beloved capitalism. The worst part is that Trump was a threat to the system without even being aware of that.

    You see, Trump loves capitalism, but because of his limited knowledge of the trickery and chicanery which the deep state uses in order to camouflage what they are all about, Trump was threatening to unmask the biggest fraud of them all – that US is somehow “liberal”.

    They use the mass multicultural immigration as a proof that they are “liberal”. They are trying to fool the world that with that multicultural immigration, the capitalism will stay evergreen forever. Vibrant, progressive and “liberal”. What a pile of BS. Multicultural immigration doesn’t make capitalism evergreen, but it is well on its way to make the countries practicing this lunacy everbrown and everblack.

    The important thing is that capitalism is supposed to survive under this adverse conditions for countries, nations and cultures. That’s the number one objective – to make capitalism “flourish” even if it destroys everything else.

    Capitalism hasn’t been evergreen since the 1930’s when it caused the Second world war. And now it’s on even more calamitous path to wreck even more destruction in order to survive.

    Capitalism doesn’t need phony liberalism in order to survive. It needs a real liberalism – one that will improve the lives of the deplorables of domestic origins, not the 3rd world imports. But that’s the biggest fear of the deep state – if they allow a real liberalism to take place, that their beloved capitalism will morph into something else.

    Well maybe it’s time for something else, everything needs evolving and evolving into degeneracy doesn’t work. It can mask things for a while, but in the end even more drastic changes will be needed in order to correct the degeneracy, than if you allowed a gradual evolution of the system to take place over longer period of time.

  96. @Curmudgeon

    C’mon man! The elections were mostly fraud-free!

    • Replies: @The Real World
  97. frontier says:
    @Majority of One

    (1.) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7)

    Trump had 4 years to do these, what makes you think he’ll do them in 2 months? Regardless, Trump’s chances of winning are far better than Biden’s. Is that a good thing? You decide. A casual analysis tells me that Trump’s loss would be a loss for the establishment. They know it…

  98. One problem for the ‘conservative’ side has been the shifting configuration of the holy-vs-unholy spectrum. People want to be with the holy than with the unholy. It’s like people move to warmth than to cold and damp. People move toward the light than toward the dark.

    There’s a reason why most people gravitated to God and church than dark magic and satanism. One was holy, the other unholy, even evil. People want to feel justified than damned.

    So, the question is, which side is holier?

    During the Cold War, the Right had holiness points as the defender of US as God’s country and Land of the Free against communist slavery. But post-communism, that glow quickly faded, and the conservative attempt to find another Unholy Enemy fizzled out. After 9/11, the ‘clash of civilizations’ narrative was pushed by some, but it turned out the West couldn’t vilify Islam like it could communism. While all of communism could be condemned, the ONLY way the West could interfere in the Muslim World was by extolling Islam. After all, if Islam itself was declared the enemy, all Muslims would unite against the West, which would have no Muslim allies in the invasion of certain Muslim nations(hated by Jews). Thus, the West had to assure the Muslims that its beef was not with Islam or Muslims per se but with terrorists who ‘misused’ Islam. Also, unlike the Soviet Union, the Muslim World turned out to be weak. US easily destroyed Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, and much of Syria.

    So, what became the holiest after the end of the Cold War? There was virtual unanimity on the holiness of MLK & Magic Negores, Jews & Holocaust Worship, and then holy homos as well. Now, few things are intrinsically holy or heroic. Much of it depends on the control of narrative, the spin, the dissemination of myth. After all, Jesus was a heretic who deserved to die according to Jews. It was the heretical Christians who made Him out to be the Messiah, and this Narrative was later enforced by the Roman Empire. In National Socialist Germany, Horst Wessel was a saint-hero. To anti-Nazis, he was a worthless creep. A god in the communist world could be the devil in the anti-communist world. The Powers-that-be usually decide what is holy and unholy. The consecration of homos and even trannies goes to show that, for most people who are sheeple, their notion of holiness is decided for them by the Power with control of hype & media and carrots & sticks. The unholy who dare question Bruce Jenner as Caitlin Jenner are purged.

    [MORE]

    In the 60s, MLK was a polarizing figure. He was revered by many but not all, and it was acceptable to be critical of him. Even into the 70s, one could be critical of him. But by the 80s, even conservatives and National Review had nothing but praise and pretended he was a ‘conservative’. During the Reagan decade, conservatives could denounce Mandela as a terrorist and lend support to South Africa as ally against the Soviet Union in the Cold War. By the 70s, Jews had become more or less sacrosanct, but blacks had yet to become ‘magical’, and homos were far far away. Even Liberals routinely made fun of homos in movies, TV shows, and standup comedy.

    Also, many people still put God, Jesus, and Country above Jews, blacks, and homos. God, Jesus, and Country were holier than anything else.

    But over the years, it’s hardly unholy to mock God, Jesus, and Christianity. No one gets purged for making fun of God, Jesus, or Christians. For many Americans in the Current Year, Christianity should ideally serve the cults of homos and Negroes than persuade humanity serve God and Jesus. This is really the product of the sanctification of Jews. Once Jews were elevated as the Holy Holocaust People, the new christ-messiahs of the West who died for the sins of white folks, the trajectory became ‘Give Jews whatever they want… because they are holy’. So, whatever Jews wanted got favored, what Jews didn’t want got disfavored. I mean, how can you say NO to god or god-people? The murmur among politicians, pundits, and business class was “How do Jews feel about it?” If word got out that Jews were for mass-legalization of gambling, even ‘conservatives’ stopped opposing the vice, especially as donations came their way from casinos. If Jews were against free speech, then no one dared to oppose ‘hate speech’ restrictions(and no one dared to note that Zionism could be construed as hate speech against Palestinians and Iranians). If Jews were for globo-homo, no one dared oppose the push for ‘gay marriage’. With hardly any conservative elite to push back against such trends, the masses were left without a voice. After all, when your spokesman is a coward and refuses to speak on your behalf, the only sound heard is from the other side. Jews waged war on American Conservatism, but the biggest sound from the ‘right’ was ‘We love Israel’ and ‘We must defend Jews from the Democrats'(even though Jews totally dominate the Democratic Party).

    Now, there are cases where people will move toward the unholy despite the risks of being tainted with ‘evil’. One of the biggest reasons has been material interests. For example, if the holy ‘woke’ power genuinely decided to push for outright communism, then powerful capitalists will side with the unholy to defend their material wealth. If one has to choose between the holy & loss of wealth and the unholy & keeping of wealth, most will go for the latter. MLK and Globo-Homo may be holy in our age, but if the side that was most ‘woke’ demanded an end to capitalism, most capitalists would side with the ‘unholy’ bunch of ‘racists’ and others.

    But all things being equal — the holy side being just as pro-wealth as the unholy side — , the rich and powerful will move to the holy side. Why not be rich and holy than rich and unholy?
    Now, who decides what is holy and unholy? Those with the power over images, ideas, and narratives. And of course, they’re Jews who also fulsomely reward the goy cucks and viciously punish those who don’t. Take Bill Buckley. He had the choice of siding with Joseph Sobran and speaking truth to Jewish Power or sucking up to Jewish Power. He did the latter, and he was showered with praise as the ‘good conservative’, i.e. Jews are holy, and ‘goodness’ is a measure of how much one sucks up to Jews and shines their shoes.

    In the past, the GOP had two advantages vis-a-vis the Democrats. Society wasn’t so politically correct and did not look upon Jews, blacks, and homo as holies. Also, as the Democratic Party was closely associated with corrupt unions(the bane of Big Labor in yrs to come) and tarnished as being soft on communism, many Americans voted for the GOP as the party of private property and enterprise. So, even capitalists who were socially liberal or anti-conservative might vote for the GOP for economic or material interests. Or personal ones as free enterprise was seen as a matter of personal choice. Indeed, much of the financial support for GOP in the 80s came from California entrepreneurial class of go-getters who felt hampered by Democrats. So, even as the Democrats were gaining more in holiness points(as Jewish Power was elevating Jews, Negroes, and Homo as the special people), many Americans stuck with the increasingly unholy GOP for material reasons: Less taxes, less regulation, more wealth in your pocket.

    But Bill Clinton comes along and stabs Big Labor in the back and the Democratic Party opens its arms to the economic policies of the GOP. Then, the Democrats got the combination of holiness aura and material advantage. With the Democratic Party as a clone of GOP on economic matters, the GOP lost its last appeal to the rich and powerful. It was just left with the worsening taint of unholiness as it was deemed less enthusiastic about Jews, blacks, and homos. Of course, GOP went out of its way to praise Jews to high heaven, claim MLK as a ‘conservative’, and even warm up to homos. But the perception was that holy Jews still felt more at home in the Democratic Party, blacks saw GOP as ‘racist’, and homos regarded GOP as ‘homophobic’. In the 70s, a TV show like DUKES OF HAZZARD could proudly display the Confederate Flag. Now, it’s risque to say “It’s Okay to be White”, authorities do nothing to arrest thugs who tear down white monuments, and even after blacks loot and burn down cities, the only thing Donald Trump has to say is “George Floyd is a saint.” Back in 1968, the Democratic Mayor Daley ordered men to “shoot to maim, shoot to kill”, and even Democrats were shocked and appalled by radical leftists and black thugs. Also, Daley told MLK to go to hell for insulting Chicago. But as blacks are now holy, any amount of black lunacy can be sanctified with BLM catechisms against the Devil of ‘systemic racism’, a meme pushed by vile and vicious Jewish Power. Today, whiteness itself has become unholy, what with Chick Fil-A(now Dick-Fill-Ass) CEO washing Negro feet even as blacks use their feet to stomp innocent whites.

    If there is a person seen as good and a person seen as bad, people will favor the ‘good person’, that is unless the ‘good person’ denies people more wealth whereas the ‘bad person’ promises more wealth. But once the ‘good person’ is okay with your wealth-gain, you will surely favor him over the ‘bad person’. It’s like during the Prohibition. One bought alcohol from gangsters because they were the only ones selling it. It wasn’t because one liked or respected gangsters. But once alcohol was made legal and legit again, everyone got it from legit outlets and abandoned the gangsters.

    This is why the ‘culture war’ was so important. It was actually a neo-religious war to decide which side is holy and which side is unholy. The biggest failure of the Right was letting Jews get away with everything. With mounting Jewish Power, Jews got to decide what is holy and unholy. As Jews were hostile to whites, it was a dark foreboding for the white race.
    There should have been a push-back against Jewish Power, a counter-narrative. And a sane and intelligent one. Paradoxically, the most effective way to be anti-Jewish(power) is to reject ‘antisemitism’. It’s like the best way to counter religious dogma is not to be anti-religious. Radical atheists turn people off because they are utterly unhinged in their hatred and intolerance of religion. Far more effective way to counter theocratic tendencies is to admit religion has its place in history, society, and culture BUT call for ideological pluralism where all voices are heard, secular and religious. Likewise, the best way to counter Jewish Power is to drop ‘antisemitism’, which properly defined, should be “blaming Jews for EVERYTHING BAD” or “emphasizing only the BAD things about Jews without acknowledging their contributions to humanity”. The biggest harm to countering Jewish Power has come from Neo-Nazi types, and this is why ADL goes out of its way to exaggerate the ‘prevalence’ of Nazis hiding behind every corner. Bill Buckley was right to reject this kind of ‘antisemitism’, but he failed to conceive of a way of critiquing Jewish Power in the way that Jewish Power was critiquing Wasp Power and Christianity.
    Also, one doesn’t need to deny the Shoah or Holocaust. Even with proper revisions, it’s foolish to deny that many Jews perished in World War II, mainly due to German atrocities.
    Still, a context can be provided as to why it happened. It’s like Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Even if one believes they were insane unnecessary overkills, the fact is Japan was crushed because it played with fire in invading and terrorizing other nations. Even if anti-Japanese hatred become unhinged, the Japanese did much to invite the hatred.
    Likewise, Jewish Power was immense in the 20th century, and it’s no fantasy to say Jews used networks to financially exploit nations and/or to spread radical movements that, prior to WWII, had already killed millions of people. That does not justify the Holocaust, but it at least makes us understand why there was so much anti-Jewish hatred. Hatred can often become unhinged and insane, but why does the hate exist in the first place? After the Great Famine, can anyone blame Ukrainians for hating Jews who played such a big role in communism?

    Indeed, even without being anti-Jewish(power), one could change the political discourse by focusing attention on what may be the BIGGEST (stealth)revolution since the end of World War II. The end of the Cold War and the rise of China pale next to the Jews replacing Wasps as the ruling elites of the US. This is so BIG, so CONSEQUENTIAL, and so PROFOUNDLY impacting on the entire world, but there has hardly been any book or discussion of it. This ethno-power-revolution was real and happened in what became the Lone Superpower. It meant a break with an Earlier America. It meant new directions in culture, foreign policy, and values. One cannot understand the rise of ‘systemic racism’ hysteria, globo-homo, wars in the Middle East, and anti-Russian hysteria without it. They are all predicated on “Is it good for Jewish Supremacist Power?” Jews vilify ‘white racism’ and ‘white privilege’ to prevent non-whites and idiot-whites from noticing that it’s the Jews who got supremacist power in the US.

    Jews are nervous about people discussing the Ethno-Elite-Revolution of Jews replacing Anglo-Americans as top dogs. Even when Joe Biden fulsomely praised the Jewish domination of media/entertainment for spreading globo-homo and ‘gay marriage’, Jews were hush-hush and ‘just move along’ about it. This means that even Positive and Flattering commentary on the Jewish takeover of the US is threatening to Jewish Power. At the very least, it will spread consciousness that JEWS control America, thereby the West. That way, people will be more alert as to why certain trends are favored, certain events happen. The Jewish Hand is behind it, whether one deems it as good or bad. Even in praise, the notion of dominant Jewish Power means that Jews should come under the most scrutiny and criticism as that is how power should work in a free society: Most attention directed at the current King of the Hill.

    The Jewish Takeover of Power in the US, in praise or condemnation, needs to be a major subject of history, discussion, polemics, and criticism. At the very least, people will know who is the real Boss in the US. It’s like, whether one loved or hated the Irish, it was good to know that big cities were dominated by the Irish Machine. US is the most powerful nation, and it was controlled by Anglo-Americans for most of its history, and then Jews took over. Why isn’t this story as big as the Bolshevik Revolution, National Socialist takeover of Germany, Mao’s revolution & then Deng’s ‘counter-revolution’, and the fall of the Soviet Union? In a way, it is an even bigger story because of the status of the US as the Lone Superpower.
    Furthermore, when Anglo-Americans lost out to Jews, it didn’t mean the end of their power but its subservience to Jewish ends. Many Northern-European-Americans still have lots of wealth and high-positions. Many work in key fields of engineering, retail, and agriculture. They are still numerically large and very capable. But all their work and effort, all their taxes and donations, are going to serve Jewish Power. Indeed, what makes Jewish Power so dangerous is not because of Jewish Power alone. Even with all their wealth and influence, Jews lack the numbers to run and manage the empire. Jewish Supremacist Power depends on the subservience of the most capable population in the world, the Northern-Europeans in both Europe and America. What is European economy without UK, Germany, and Nordic nations? What is the US(and Canadian) economy if not for Northern Europeans(who achieved so much more than Southern-European types who came to dominate Latin America)? So, when Anglo-American Power lost to Jews, it didn’t so much come to an end but end up attaching itself to the Jewish locomotive. Jews didn’t kill it but tamed it and made it obey.

    As to why Jews or BUGS(busy urban globalist semites) gained so much power vis-a-vis Wasps, it surely has to do with a combination of IQ, personality, Big Think propensity, Covenant-mentality, history of networking via finance, control of image/idols, and ‘inner-majority’ strategy.
    Jews do have higher IQ than whites. But they also have pushier personality, which is why Episcopalians lost out even though they have comparable IQs. Also, contra the empirical-pragmatic style of Anglo thought, Jews go for prophetic big-think thought, i.e. ‘smaller thoughts’ become subsumed into their larger web of Big Think, which is appealing to many people because they want some formula to explain it all. Also, Covenant-mentality allowed for stronger sense of identity among Jews — how else do a people maintain their own identity despite 2000 yrs of exile? Indeed, Jews were paradoxically more fluid and Zelig-ish in identity precisely because they were so strong in core identity. Jews could try out different identity-poses wherever they went because they were so confident and firm in their core identity. When people with a weak core identity try out another identity, they easily become that other identity. In contrast, a people with strong core identity need not fear ‘assimilating’ into other identities because they know their inner core identity will remain within. Also, Jewish mastery of finance meant that their wealth was fluid. Unlike land or material property, it could be moved all over the world(and instantly since the rise of electronic communication). And of course, Jewish control of media meant Jews got to decide which image is holy or unholy. Jews = holy holocaust, blacks = sacred slavery, whites = KKK + Nazis.

    But another reason for Jewish triumph over Wasps was the factor of ‘inner-majority’ power. There is ‘outer majority’ and ‘inner majority’. Demographically, there are many more white Christian gentiles than Jews. Whites are the outer-majority to the Jews as the outer-minority. But people don’t operate as a whole. It’s not like all whites think, feel, and work together. People work as individuals or small groups. So, when it comes to the inner-workings of society, one thinks and acts as an individual or an intense group, or ‘intensity’. This means that even a people who are an ‘outer-minority’ can function as a ‘inner-majority’.
    Suppose one people(A) have 100 people and another people(B) have only 5. Now, People A are clearly the outer-majority over People B. 100 to 5, it’s so obvious. But suppose everyone in People A operates as an individual whereas everyone in people B operates as an intense group or an intensity. So, when it comes to inner-workings of power, it’s always an individual of People A vs five members(or intensives) of People B. Thus, even though People A are the demographic majority over People B, it’s the People B who operate as the power-majority over People A.

    In combat terms, imagine one army of 100 men and another army of 5 men. Naturally, one would think the 100 would easily defeat the puny 5. But suppose the 100 men army are made up of individuals who never work with other men. They prefer to fight alone. In contrast, the 5 men army always fight together. So, even though it outwardly seems a case of 100 vs 5, it is inwardly really a series of 1 vs 5. In every confrontation, it’s ONE among the 100 going against the FIVE of the 5. So, in each confrontation, the Five beat the One. And over time, the unit of Five slays all 100, one by one.

    The problem with Anglos was they were far less tribal than the Jews. Still, when the US was gloriously race-ist, there was some sense of unity among the whites, elites and masses. But once ‘racism’ was turned into the biggest sin among white folks, white elites dared not call for white unity. American Conservatism became a matter of ‘individual rights’ and ‘individual liberty’. But that meant each white person was on his own in a battle against Jews who were always united in identity and agenda. Jews even circled the wagons in solidarity with Jewish communists being targeted in the so-called McCarthy Era, but you see no white unity even as Jewish Power blacklists, purges, and destroys any white voice it doesn’t like. Monstrous Hag Jennifer Rubin calls for purge of Trumpers, but the GOP will still extol her as a ‘fellow conservative’.

  99. Saker you are wrong about threats to the United States, for the US has always had an external threat, it is known the British Empire, behind all internal subversion of the mission of the USA to this very day!

    It is the British behind the get Trump efforts. This if fact.

    The Declaration of Independence and subsequent US Federal Constitution represent the principled defeat of that empire upon a universal battlefield, being waged once again.

    It is nice to know that Russia and China are not accepting ‘blue smokescreen’ propaganda regarding this election and demonstrates a community of principle at work, which is exactly the reason that the biggest fear of the British Empire and its Deep State operatives was a Summit between Trump, Putin, Xi and Modhi that had and has the potential to destroy British geo-politics through new relationships based mutually assured development and progress, not destruction and slavery.

  100. @gay troll

    If the ratio of mail-in votes were something like 2:1 or 5:1 or even 100:1, you’d have a solid point. When it’s 10000:0, it seems perfectly reasonable to be suspicious…

  101. As usual, the great righteous Jew Brother Nathanael speaks the truth.


    • Agree: nickels, Clay Alexander
    • Thanks: Alfred
  102. frontier says:
    @FB

    the Cultural Revolution as the foundation stone for China’s meteoric rise

    “Cultural Revolution” is funny way to spell “A wholesale transfer of American tech to China, spurred by convenient government regulations”.

    I’ve noticed that commies and Nazis use the same script: start with a put down – “illiterate” – then mumble some long-winded BS, then top it off with gay imagery to seal the deal… predictable to the ‘t’.

    • Agree: Poco
    • Replies: @FB
  103. anon[712] • Disclaimer says:
    @FB

    What connection does the painting have with the article, or is this just a chance for you to show the laughable illiterates your favorite homoerotic painting?

  104. This is a great paper. Very aptly couched and insightful.

    The Dem-GOP is a duopoly and Trump is an outsider. The 2016 primaries showed this abundantly.

    The Chinese single party gives more of a voice to the man in the street than the USA’s oligarchic system. For one thing, it cares about security and pervasive prosperity.

    On the other hand, what recently happened in the States (BLM/Antifa) was totally reminiscent of the Cultural Revolution, the policy of chaos that allowed Mao to get rid of Liu Shaoshi. So, this United-Statesian system is incomparably closer to Maoism than the current communist party rule in China is.

    One thing I would qualify: we never know with 100% confidence who won, but when the victory margin is well above the error margin, we can usually exceed 99%.

    Now, of course, when we are dealing, not with chaotic irregularities and glitches, but with massive bias from organized fraud, it does not make sense to speak of an error margin. Ideally, the ballot should be rerun in the most contentious states.

  105. Anonymous[188] • Disclaimer says:

    TRUMP WON in OH AZ NE MI WI IO NC SC IL…HE CLEARLY WON…unless the GOP conservative icons in office or retired come out AMERICAN democracy is dead. WE need a truly independent PUBLIC MEDIA…MSM including NPR AND FOX IS blue dem corporate media…BIDEN the healer will take into war with IRAN,SYRIA, UCRAINE, RUSSIA…of course not China his bosses..

  106. @Anonymous

    “We have put together, I think, the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics,” – Joe Biden

    “I have said to people when they ask me if this Capitol crumbled to the ground, the one thing that would remain is our commitment to our aid…and I don’t even call it aid…our cooperation with Israel. That’s fundamental to who we are.” – Nancy Pelosi

    Sometimes they speak truthfully.

  107. TKK says:
    @PJ London

    All actions political and social are controlled by violence or the threat of violence.
    Always has been and always will be.
    Until and unless the general American public are willing to say “Do what we say or we will kill you.” the present situation will continue.
    BLM is willing to say it.
    Antifa is willing to say it.
    Are the ordinary Americans willing to say it and make it stick?

    ___________________________

    Well done. You just boiled it down to the meat of the matter. That is the one inescapable truth.

    If you have a job, house, cars, family, health care, saving and investment accounts, beloved pets- stability- are you ready to risk it all to fight?

    Even if we analyze this from 30,000 feet and state: this is about transparent elections- America is so crooked and dysfunctional as to render a person hopeless at the enormity of fighting any government entities.

    America is a rigged game. In our current climate, if you are white and you support Trump- you are branded a social leper.

    “You can’t fight city hall ” is a cliche for a reason. That was before TDS, cancel culture and the woke thugs. Democrats are preparing hit lists of people who are fighting this election fraud and stating that they must “answer”. That’s ominous. That’s should scare the living wits out of decent people. Funny, no one in the Harris regime has rebuked this behavior.

    It’s a huge ask.

    • Replies: @PJ London
  108. anon[204] • Disclaimer says:

    Absolutely true that Dems are not fighting anybody, they’re hiding behind Mommy Gina’s skirts as she boxes the big bully’s ears. So if any Trump partisans want to fight back (most are pussies,) the way to do it is go after CIA directly. Expose their most atrocious crimes.

    https://www.lawyerscommitteefor9-11inquiry.org/anthrax-petition-executive-summary/
    https://www.lawyerscommitteefor9-11inquiry.org/lawyers-committee-anthrax-petition/
    https://www.lawyerscommitteefor9-11inquiry.org/anthrax-congressional-petition-exhibit/

    Then move on to the sequel, CIA’s biological weapons sneak attack with a banned offensive weapon illegally developed at UNC’s Burnett-Womack Center and weaponized by Battelle and compartmented subcontracts. SARS-COV-2.

  109. @The King is a Fink

    That’s right, good analogy.

    Like TV reporters saying, “these are mostly peaceful protests” while buildings in the background are raging on fire. Some of those media outlets gaslight their viewers everyday and laugh while doing so and calling their viewers shmucks to each other.

  110. @anon

    I agree with largely with your assessment but my point is that, fundamentally, he is a cheap guy which would preclude his ever owning a TV network which may succor him in his hour of the greatest need… but it’s neither here nor there.

  111. @PJ London

    How many Americans are willing to catch and burn Democrats?

    How many Republicans are willing to tie an old person who they suspect of being Democrat and beat them to death with a hammer?

    Sounds like a hoot, count me in…lol

    If not for “law enforcement” and the possibility of being caged up with niggers for the remainder of my life, I’d walk down the street to to house with the Biden/Harris sign, knock on the door and execute all those within the dwelling and then burn it down. And proceed to the next…etc

    Big Thumbs Up!

    That Red Leg Jayhawker trash had it coming, just like these Marxist filth “Democrats”.

  112. Cyrano says:

    The communists had one really cute catchphrase – “Dictatorship of the Proletariat” – that’s what communism supposedly was. In other words – Dictatorship of the oppressed – meaning the oppressed are now in charge. Nice, but not entirely true.

    See, what happened in communism is that the communist elites really had oppressed roots, but they quickly forgot all about it once they became elites. From that point on, they carried on just like any other regular elites. Remarkable metamorphosis worthy of Kafka.

    So if communism was “Dictatorship of the oppressed” – which at least sounded really nice, then what is capitalism – or the more fancy name for it – “democracy”?

    Well, it turns out that “democracy” is a dictatorship of the deep state. That’s what this last “election” in US made it painfully obvious. No matter how you vote – you can’t vote the deep state out of office. And the “Dictatorship of the Deep State” doesn’t even sound nice, because it definitely isn’t the dictatorship of the oppressed.

  113. pyrrhus says:
    @Franz

    True, Biden wouldn’t last long as President, and needs to be institutionalized….Fortunately, Trump won the election at the ballot box, Republicans control the legislatures of most of the swing States, and the Democrats’ blatant and outrageous fraud will be negated after the recounts (Wisconsin is now a 1,500 vote difference) and court decisions (PA’s late votes and perhaps all mail in ballots will be thrown out)…..But the current system has been irreparably damaged…

  114. Here is my final conclusion!
    Anything you can do I can do better.

    In the next election Republicans should cheat and win.
    If democrats will object just call them hysterical.

  115. anonymous[387] • Disclaimer says:

    The more I read of Saker’s essays on this particular theme, I am beginning to believe that he is simply trying to rile the fascist deplorables to actually rise up in violent revolt.

    But, it also appears the MAGAturds are feckless pussies, whose big guns are simply a coping mechanism for certain physical inadequacies.

    As you can see, I fully support Saker in this blessed endeavour. So, get packin’, you MAGAturd lowlifes! 😀

  116. FB says: • Website
    @frontier

    What American ‘tech’…?

    Like iphones and microchips…that are being pumped out by the boatload by the likes of Taiwan and Korea…?

    That’s not any kind of ‘technology’…that’s called dimestore crap…

    When it comes to REAL technical achievements, China was among the first countries to launch a spacecraft into orbit, in 1970, before even the UK…countries like Germany have NEVER launched a spaceflight…

    China built its own nuclear weapon by 1964…they are one of only THREE countries to put a man in space [albeit with help from Russian technology], and are right now exploring the dark side of the moon…[while the US is still hitching rides to space aboard Russian craft and buying Russian rocket engines]…

    You’re living in ‘wholesale’ disneyland…as is to be expected of the illiterate clowns around here…

    • Replies: @frontier
    , @anon
    , @Getaclue
    , @Jazman
  117. DanFromCT says:
    @Emslander

    I agree with you, Emslander. As things stand today, the Left by its own doing has made itself inimical to Deep America, meaning the continued existence of one now entails the extermination of the other. All other talk about accepting the results of obviously rigged elections or “coexistence” is Fox News-level eyewash for fools who deserve to be enslaved.

  118. @El Dato

    So, what’s your point?

    If Sidney Powell says that Hammer and Scorecard have been used by the CIA and our military to alter election in other countries, I believe her. And I’ve seen a number of other articles that support this.

    To make matters worse, the three major voting machine companies are tied in to organized Jewish groups, DNC operatives, Soros, etc. , and this is also well documented.

    I could spend the next 20 minutes posting links.

    Revolver and other outlets have gone over this. Gateway Pundit as well.

  119. Ugetit says:

    … but will even further infuriate those still capable of critical thought.

    Maybe.

    For some of us who may possibly have at least a bit of that capability, it’ll just be amusing.

    Anyway, speaking of election fraud, try this,

    During “Reconstruction” (1865–1877) the Republican Party held a monopoly of power that was so complete, historian Richard Bensel observed in Yankee Leviathan, that the closest parallels to that situation are “the PRI in Mexico, the Congress Party in India, and the Bolsheviks in the early years of the Soviet Union.”

    With a political monopoly gained through voter fraud and military force, the Republican Party plundered the South for over a decade. Since property owners were disenfranchised, the puppet governments were able to enact tax increase after tax increase, ostensibly to build railroads, canals, and roads, very few of which were actually built. Most of the money was simply stolen by Republican Party hacks and the scheming businessmen who supported them. The Republican Party began as the party of corporate welfare and has changed very little in the past 150 years.

    – Thomas J. DiLorenzo, The Origins of American Vote Fraud

    https://mises.org/library/origins-american-vote-fraud

    Let’s Make America Amusing Again.

    BTW, lest anyone get the wrong idea, the Ds stink at least as bad as the Rs.

  120. Notsofast says:
    @cylindrical crown

    I think he’s refering to the branch davidians compound being burned by flamethrowing tanks.

  121. gay troll says:
    @Curmudgeon

    I saw plenty of evidence that Hillary Clinton committed a felony in her handling of classified information while SOS. But to what end? Trump promised to lock her up and Q postponed justice for years. She still walks free. I saw plenty of evidence that the Obama administration weaponized intelligence assets to spy on Trump and gaslight the American public…where are the indictments? Are these people even really opposed to each other? Does evidence even matter? Trump had four years to do something -anything – and instead he is on the verge of defeat. I’m supposed to believe that now, at the 11th hour, the white hats will eke out a triumph and justice will prevail? No thanks, the entire system is obviously fucked, it is insane to put hope in an election outcome. If the evidence of fraud exists then let Trump show it to the courts. I’m not wasting any more of my time.

    • Replies: @GeneralRipper
  122. @Rahan

    The working classes revolting in favor of private property rights? This is upside down nonsense, although I appreciate the contrarianism.

    Perhaps a Tucker Carlson type candidate might be able to bring off a revolt of the working class, but it wouldn’t be in favor of this globalist, neoliberal agenda. Property rights IS big tech power if you haven’t noticed – property means patents, copyright and the ‘right’ to censor alternative views online.

    • Replies: @GeneralRipper
  123. @gay troll

    Well, when all is said and done, at least we can count on the Luciferian Sodomites to help right the ship.

    Amirite?

    • Replies: @gay troll
  124. @blank-misgivings

    Religion. Family. Private Property.

    The Cornerstones of Christian Civilization.

    It’s pretty clear, even as degraded as the Working Class has become, they at least respect and wish to retain them more than the Elites or the Welfare Class.

    • Replies: @gay troll
  125. frontier says:
    @FB

    What American ‘tech’…?

    Yours is what I call black gratitude… I’m not blaming you though, just highlighting the results of the “Cultural Revolution”… I blame the two parties that wrecked America.

    • LOL: FB
    • Replies: @GeneralRipper
  126. gay troll says:
    @GeneralRipper

    As a shill and a troll, you are never really rite.

    • Replies: @GeneralRipper
  127. Jay Roach says:

    It is sad that The Saker refuses to recognize that no one in the US actually votes for Potus. It’s all manipulated.

    1. They preselect the candidates in a primary “contest”. And only those they want can participate.

    2. They’ve been stealing elections for God knows how long. Let’s just back up a bit:

    a) W stole it from Al Gore

    b) Obama stole the primary from Hillary

    c) Trump stole it in 2016. Remember In Philadelphia then, a state that has backed every Democratic Presidential candidate since 1992, the vote recount, spearheaded by Jill Stein of the Green Party, which began to show Trump’s lead over Democrat Hillary Clinton shrinking to 49,000 from 71,000 in just a few precincts, was suddenly suspended as the party sought a statewide recount. Didn’t hear anybody complained then.

    https://biblicisminstitute.wordpress.com/views-of-news/#presidenttrump

    d) Biden stole it from Trump. So what? Thief stealing from thief. Priceless.

    But guess who always wins the Presidential elections? APARTHEID Israel.

    Reply

  128. gay troll says:
    @GeneralRipper

    Jesus Christ says to reject and abandon your family, as well as to donate all your personal property. If you do not follow these teachings, how Christian can you be?

  129. @gay troll

    Word to the wise, stop playin’ in the sewer, boy.

    You gonna end up with the GAIDS and the GIRDS and Tuberculosis and every other mf’ing thing.

  130. frontier says:

    Possibly the dumbest mistake made by Trump was not to create his own TV channel.

    Saker, have you watched “Citizen Kane”?

  131. Thomasina says:
    @HeebHunter

    I hear they tired of watching “niggers” shoot balls, stopped watching (numbers way down); bought more guns, ammo, and perfected their own shooting instead.

    Who do you think is going to win in a shooting match – the guy who’s a good shot on the court, or the guy who’s a good shot in the bush?

  132. Getaclue says:
    @Peter Akuleyev

    Could you be more of a tool? Here’s Biden making it easy for all of us — give it a watch and please feel free to reply as to this — can’t wait to hear from you as to Biden’s “mental sharpness” — so he was dead on honest here?– sharp as a tack!!! I actually do believe Biden told the truth here but it wasn’t a result of his “mental sharpness” you push on us…LOL:

    Joe Biden: “We have put together I think the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics.”

    • Thanks: Alfred
  133. Getaclue says:
    @rebel yell

    They’re (NWO Davos “Elites”) planning to do the “Great Reset” — read up on it because that is what Harris/Biden is going to inflict on us if they get installed — everyone needs to clue in, they are doing it under Boris in the UK, in Ireland, everywhere — and it is going to reduce all of us to slavery status and probably famine…: https://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2020/10/16/corbett_report_your_guide_to_the_great_reset_a_new_global_marketing_campaign.html

    The whole site of The Corbett Report should be mandatory for every citizen of the world — WAKE UP!

    https://www.corbettreport.com/

  134. @frontier

    FB who pretends to be some sort of pilot, probably believes that the Chinese invented the jet engine by shooting off fireworks…lol

    Such is the level of indoctrination required in denial and hatred of one’s own race and civilization for those pitiful specimens on the Left.

  135. Polynikes says:
    @Clay Alexander

    Agree. And the people crying “muh libertarianism” and the other side crying “critical race theory “ have no idea what’s coming their way.

  136. Boing!

    THE STORY OF HOW ISRAEL BLACKMAILED BILL CLINTON


  137. Polynikes says:
    @nsa

    Those are exactly the people hurt by Obama care. Easy to see who’s out of touch around here.

  138. @Begemot

    Anyone who is still beholden to partisan “lesser evil” politics will never accept that their chosen side can be just as corrupt and duplicitous as the other guys. That goes for Democrat and GOP supporters.

    The Saker is a curious case. On one hand he confidently asserts that the empire is collapsing, and that this is a good thing, but at the same time he hopes a GOP president will “save” America from itself. This makes no sense.

    If America really is collapsing no “reform” candidate or party is going to make a difference. People like the Saker can’t have it both ways. The way they desperately cling to Trump and the GOP suggests their “analysis” isn’t all that credible.

    • Agree: gay troll
    • Replies: @Genrick Yagoda
  139. anon[348] • Disclaimer says:
    @sally

    I was told by a friend who saw it first hand, from Panama City, Florida<= Hwy 20 was blocked as convoy after convoy left for points north. According to him it took 6 hours to deploy several armies from somewhere not known to someplace not identified.

    Pix / vid or it didn’t happen.

  140. Sorry Unz folk but the whole thing is just orchestrated theater. This “election” has went exactly as it was supposed to. The script has already been written. Trump and all the other actors just playing their parts. Every election succeeds in doing what it is designed to do, keep those who are actually in power out of the spotlight. Fool the voter into believing that they have the power to change the system when they do not. With the added bonus of keeping the proles divided into 2 warring camps, always believing that with the next election things will get better, or they can at least “own the libtards” and punish the other side for their suffering. So instead of actually going after those responsible for your suffering, you just want to hurt your fellow slaves.

    At some point you should probably realize that the entire system itself is evil and corrupt beyond repair, and always has been. This should surprise no one since the system itself rewards this kind of sick behavior. The system encourages the most corrupt, subversive, greedy, lawless and power hungry to participate, and excludes or banishes the good people who are not willing to sell their own soul. The most deceptive and selfish rise to the top and at some point buy out the govt, and at some later point become the govt. This is where we are now, late stage capitalism, the corporate/govt revolving door.

    Sooner or later we all should realize that capitalism is only good for capitalists. It should be obvious to everyone by now, but they own all of the media, and have control of academia as well, and they spend trillions of dollars programming you from birth to believe otherwise.

    What we see today, the bogus, rigged elections, the wars, coups, mass murder, slavery, refugees and immigrants, the poverty, the divisiveness and hatred, the greed, are all just signs that capitalism has once again reached the dead end we were warned of. Wars immigration and poverty are profitable for the capitalists, ending them is not. Life expectancy is declining as is happiness in general, deaths of despair are rising, suicide, drug use, alcoholism, violence against others. All in the richest country on the planet that spends the most on “healthcare” – this is obviously a feature not a bug.

    The system is a total failure and does not deserve any more chances at reform. You cannot “vote” these “people” out. They’re not on the ballot! Trump has done NOTHING to change any of this, and I doubt he could if he wanted too. He would have never been allowed in if they believed he had any intention of doing so. Reality sucks, I too wish there was a way or a person we could vote for to change this, all evidence suggests there is not.

    • Agree: gay troll
    • Troll: GeneralRipper
  141. I must disagree about Giuliani: his legacy will always be taking down the Mafia (which no Italian has managed to accomplish).

    As for “once you are a SC Justice you cannot be attacked, at least not legally.” Well, I see you added the weasel phrase at the end. If you haven’t learned from Epstein that everyone is being blackmailed, I suppose you also haven’t learned from this election that all votes are rigged.

    • Replies: @Alfred
  142. “I tvied to varn you.”

    –Funny Mustache Man

  143. Don’t call them leftists. Call them THEFTISTS.

  144. @Tom Welsh

    Nothing more sickening in American politics than 47 years of “Lunchbucket Joe,” man of the people.

    Remember how he used to take the Acela everyday from Wilmington to DC (at taxpayer expense) so he could claim to “commute to work like you”?

    https://www.cnn.com/2017/01/20/politics/biden-train-ride-trnd/index.html

  145. With all this talk about Joe’s Alzheimer’s here are some things to look for. Mothballing the Navy and replacing it with eco-friendly nuke powered blue whales. Demanding a live televised reenactment of Czar Nicholas and family’s last days as portrayed by the Trump clan (live ammo). Disbanding the fledgling Space Force and implementing the Sun Force and putting the first same sex couple on the Sun. In keeping with his devout Zionism he would make Fort Knox the newest Israeli settlement (I’m sure Bebe would remind him it already is). Giving free healthcare to all residents of our solar system. And lowering the age of consent to ten. Just a few telltale signs.

  146. @Anon

    Oh bullshit. More of the same “we wish we could do it but it would take too long/cost too much” excuse. Until they can. “We can’t afford national health insurance, oh wait, here’s three trillion to fight a war in Afghanistan,” “Gosh, we need tax cuts for the rich to stimulate the economy, oh wait, here’s trillions for a stimulus payment to keep people from starving while they stay home wearing masks.”

    The SCOTUS can do whatever the fuck they want, as fast as they want. If they announced tomorrow “We though about it, Trump is President, go suck it” what would the Democrats or you or anyone do?

  147. @Fred777

    “You mean like bringing a hard stop to the TPP?”

    Yeah, now there’s a campaign slogan. Better than “Tippecanoe and Tyler too!”

    “How about ending critical race theory training for federal workers?”

    Two weeks before the election? Brilliant, real October Surprise material!

  148. The idea of Trump being an “outsider” has no legs to walk on in our reality and really determines one´s outlook on it.
    Yes, it would be comforting and giving a minimum of hope in this situation. But its confusing Trump the candidate with Trump the president, who betrayed any and all of his “ideas” and supporters and is now left hanging to dry by his own party and appointees, rightfully i shall add. Trump uses concepts and people as he sees fit and has the constancy and consistency of a chameleon, due to complete lack of substance, introspection and intellectual capacity. The cat just played a little with the mouse before it rips it apart.
    Trump wanted to be on top of this scheme at all cost, not reform it in any way and would suck up to any and all men of power to get there, the most obvious and constant ones being the zionist masters of the universe who in turn merely used him for their own temporary purposes like a trained monkey before going all in on THEIR revolution. He didnt put a single reform minded person in power, just the worst and vilest of the swamp creatures, thereby guaranteeing his own eventual betrayal and backstabbing of today, quite deserved seen from that angle.
    Its all a very comical reality with very little leeway being spun here and the one certainty is continuity and increase of the zionist matrix the world over with no escape options or “outsiders” offering real alternatives anywhere.

    • Agree: gay troll
  149. anon[393] • Disclaimer says:
    @FB

    [while the US is still hitching rides to space aboard Russian craft and buying Russian rocket engines]…

    Out of date troll is out of date. The Merlin engine is not built in Russia and the last US astronaut has ridden on a Russian Soyuz this month.

    SpaceX Crew Dragon is man rated and made one flight to the ISS last summer.

    https://www.space.com/spacex-crew-1-dragon-capsule-rocket-rolls-out

    Next month 4 astronauts will be launched from the US in a US capsule on top of a US rocket. The first stage of that rocket will be recovered on a robot barge in the Atlantic.

    My factual interruption is complete. You may now resume trolling.

    • Replies: @Alfred
    , @antibeast
  150. @gay troll

    could you believe that 69,000 people split the ticket between a Dem prez and a Rep senator?

    More Dem gas-lighting. Such a ticket-splitting scenario would have created huge discrepancies between Trump totals and his down-ballot totals. That did not happen. Those totals were really quite consistent and within historical expectations. The discrepancies were all on the Democrat side of the ticket. Most likely someone (or some group) filled in Biden’s name and left the down-ballot blank, or mostly so. And did this about 69,000 times. Now that would be clear evidence of fraud. Quite possibly of sedition as well.

    It seems clear things were looking quite critical on election night near midnight. Trump was walking away with the election. Option A, the mail-in ballots, wasn’t enough. Neither was Option B, where Dem voters who had mailed in their ballots were encouraged to go to the voting places and question whether their mail-ins had been counted, and in consequence were allowed to vote twice. So five Dem governors got on the phone and agreed to Option C, where counting was ordered to be “officially” shut down while back-room operatives were poised to fill out many thousands of ballots for Biden.

    The problem was they didn’t have many thousands of back-room operatives and not nearly enough to fill in the circles for Biden and all the down-ballot Democrat candidates as well. They had to cut corners in a desperate bid to pull off the steal.

    Those five governors had better be hoping no one was listening in on their treasonous phone call. Or at least no one patriotic. Have we heard from the NSA recently?

    • Replies: @gay troll
  151. Wielgus says:
    @brabantian

    A simpler explanation would be that Giuliani screwed up.

  152. @PJ London

    “… learn Mandarin as it was the language of the future.”

    Not going to happen. For better or worse and regardless of the future of The West, English will remain the world language. It’s far too deeply baked in to be swapped out for another language, let alone one as alien and difficult as Mandarin Chinese.

    • Replies: @PJ London
    , @gay troll
  153. PJ London says:
    @TKK

    Yes it is.
    When I was much younger, and the children were small I was willing and called to fight an enemy. Then it was state sponsored violence.
    This has to be one person willing to take on the whole world and doing it alone.
    The state has so many informants, instigators and snitches that you cannot rely on any one but yourself.
    Computers, GPS and secret devices make you visible to them at all times. Big brother is not necessarily actively watching you, but is recording everything you do and say for perpetuity.
    I am at the stage where my credo is again, “It doesn’t matter that I get killed as long as I take 10 of those bastards with me.”
    You have everything to lose and nothing to gain except your honour.

    “Contemplate the mangled bodies of your countrymen, and then say ‘what should be the reward of such sacrifices?’ Bid us and our posterity bow the knee, supplicate the friendship and plough, and sow, and reap, to glut the avarice of the men who have let loose on us the dogs of war to riot in our blood and hunt us from the face of the earth? If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude than the animated contest of freedom, go from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains sit lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen!” —
    Samuel Adams

    Article 10 of the New Hampshire constitution’s Bill of Rights: “Whenever the ends of government are perverted, and public liberty manifestly endangered, and all other means of redress are ineffectual, the people may, and of right ought to reform the old, or establish a new government. The doctrine of nonresistance against arbitrary power, and oppression, is absurd, slavish, and destructive of the good and happiness of mankind. ”

    The ‘Good’ is gone and our ‘Happiness’ is denied.
    The American Culture exists only in our memories and may never return.

    “Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn’t pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children’s children what it was once like in the United States where men were free.”
    Ronald Reagan

  154. @neutral

    “… the scale of the violence necessary to bring change will have to be measured in the tens of millions, how many have the stomach of such things?”

    Some {{{ who shall remain nameless }}} certainly appear to have the stomach for just such a thing, and more — even into the billions, if we are to believe their prescriptions for things yet to come.

  155. Alfred says:
    @Peter D. Bredon

    I must disagree about Giuliani: his legacy will always be taking down the Mafia (which no Italian has managed to accomplish).

    The Jews have been running the Mafia for generations. The Italians might be their underlings but that is about all.

  156. Alfred says:
    @anon

    Next month 4 astronauts will be launched from the US in a US capsule on top of a US rocket. The first stage of that rocket will be recovered on a robot barge in the Atlantic.

    If it is not delayed or cancelled for some pretext such as Covid-19. A flawed concept. Engineering-wise, it makes absolutely no sense to take that route. PR is the only possible motive.

    • Replies: @Tim too
    , @anon
  157. antibeast says:
    @anon

    FB: …while the US is still hitching rides to space aboard Russian craft and buying Russian rocket engines…

    YOU: Out of date troll is out of date.

    FB may be out of date but he’s right about the USA using Russian-made spacecraft and rocket engines for TWENTY long years until SpaceX came along. And how did Elon Musk start SpaceX? By buying used Russian-made rocket engines!!!

  158. PJ London says:
    @TheTrumanShow

    So please tell me how many years have you spent in a non-english country?
    Once you get out of the commercial offices English is hardly used. Whilst US TV was world dominant people started to understand English, but now, far more TV and Film is non-english and the normal peoples of Asia don’t bother.
    Asia has about 3/4 of the world population.
    More and more, Asians are writing phonetically (mainly Roman alphabet) and soon they will be able to easily translate from one (Asian) language to the other.
    Already we are seeing many (most?) transactions (SWIFT) being sent in native languages rather then English.
    Native English speakers (including the American dialect and others) approx 0.5bn others +7bn.
    Just as English became the language of commerce because of the British Empire, Mandarin will become the language of commerce because of the Chinese domination of all technology and commerce.
    Speakers (millions) % of World pop.
    1 Mandarin Chinese 918 11.922%
    2 Spanish 480 5.994%
    3 English 379 4.922%
    4 Hindi (Sanskritised Hindustani) 341 4.429%

    ie. Twice as many people speak Mandarin as English.

    The servants have to learn the masters language, not vice versa.

    • Replies: @glib
    , @Alfred
  159. yurivku says:
    @Zarathustra

    Here is only one question!
    Does the world really need USA?

    Who do you ask? The world – no, we don’t actually need it. But here mostly merikans represented. For them USA is the world, they do not know and don’t want to know nothing about what is outside.

    • Thanks: Zarathustra
  160. anon[639] • Disclaimer says:

    Brennan is like Dulles with no balls. When Brennan gets shitcanned, instead of blowing the president’s brains out like Dulles did, Brennan says, You guys should take over! Brennan gets his weasels to sneak around with test tubes of germs he made and leak them out to kill your gramma, and blames the president.

    Brennan’s as treasonous as Dulles but he’s a timmie. He’s the perfect symbol of the torture cowards of the CIA. They don’t go fight terrorists, they get rough tough sojers to catch em and tie ’em up and then when it’s safe they yell at em and beat em up.

  161. gay troll says:
    @Peripatetic Itch

    I like your narrative, it feels plausible. I wish Tucker Carlson, for example, had spent some time on this angle and less time scolding liberal celebrities. If you are right then all the Dominion/Diebold people are wrong. Conversely, if they are right there would be no need for the scenario you describe. Excuse me if I have my facts mixed up, but didn’t Trump sue PA to prevent them from counting mail in ballots before election night? It is no surprise that they take longer to process; you have to check postmark, check signature, and open the envelope. It’s also no surprise that mail in votes went heavily for Biden. If Trump had not prevented early counting then perhaps we would have known he lost PA on election night.

    • Replies: @Peripatetic Itch
  162. glib says:
    @PJ London

    More concretely (and I agree with the gist of your comment), English’s undoing will be the original (poorly designed) structure as a Saxon-French dialect. It is not a language and a decent team of engineers and linguists will produce a better (easier to learn, easier to master, easier to extend) language in a few year’s work.

    The two things that are most painful for non-mother tongue english:

    1) the lack of phonetic. This alone is sufficient to reject English as worldwide language. It should be one letter one sound. But if I want to name a conifer, I can write (and spell, although “i” will sound different in different words) fir. Add an “e” at the end and now the “e” is silent, but “i” has become “aia” ((faiar). That is rough, which is pronounced “raf”, even tough “g” is mostly pronounced as in”golf”. and “ou” becomes a single sound.

    2) the large number of words with the exact same meaning, one with Saxon roots and one with Latin roots. It is not large, it is unbelievable, or should I say incredible? Note also the saxon negation “un”, to be compared with the latin negation “in”. Then there are saxon words which are themselves derived from Latin. The english demise is unavoidable, or should I say inevitable?

    This is not to say that those that cleaned up English once the British empire got near its apex did a poor job. They did what they could, and some of the rules they established will be kept.

    I doubt that Mandarin will become the language of the future. Good chinese students master the language at age 13, whereas in most parts of Europe they get there at age 8. My bet is an eurasian esperanto, properly engineered, as part of the OBOR project.

    • Replies: @PJ London
  163. gay troll says:
    @TheTrumanShow

    English is the crown of creation.

  164. steiner says:
    @nsa

    yes because a 16k deductable is “insurance” right? the ACA is a joke to line the pockets of insurance companies by forcing poor people to buy their garbage fake ACA plans which are worse than having no insurance.

  165. Vojkan says:
    @Begemot

    If the Democrats were the ones proclaiming vote fraud, would the election have been been considered problematic by the author?

    If the results were as aberrant with regard to statistics and probability math, I don’t know for the author but as far as I’m concerned, yes.

  166. PJ London says:
    @glib

    The beauty of English is that it has probably the largest vocabulary of any language.
    As the scientific and philosophic ‘World’ was centred in England and the USA for the last 200 years (France for 100 years prior) it had to create the descriptions of the concepts and discoveries. It is easy to think in English if it is your native tongue as it has many more words to accurately portray your thoughts.
    Romantic thoughts are best expressed in French, so I am told. Russian is incredible in the power of expressing emotions, again so I am told.
    I do not have enough Chinese or Japanese acquaintances to know the value of the languages, but seeing as it has survived for 6,000 years at least, it must have some value.
    I think that what holds it back is the pictographic nature of it’s writing.
    This I believe is changing and phonetic spelled words are becoming accepted, probably as a consequence of binary computing and binary storage.
    However as the centre of discovery and thought moves East, so will the language in which it is described.
    The breakthroughs are coming from China, Japan and India.
    At the moment they are translating to English to gain acceptance and recognition but pretty soon (40 – 50 years) it will be going the other way.

  167. Alfred says:
    @PJ London

    IMHO people will use whatever language(s) they are comfortable with. Machines will translate the language accurately and instantly into the language preferred by the listener.

    I am currently working on a social media website where that is going to be the modus operandi – for written text.

    There will be absolutely no need to learn Mandarin, which a great many Chinese will never master, or Queen’s English.

    • Replies: @PJ London
  168. PJ London says:
    @Alfred

    That is great!
    as long as you have the internet or a computer and power.
    Whilst most people now have some form of phone, many do not have consistent connection or the money to connect.
    I think an Eastasian esperanto is probably going to be the street language I believe that Mandarin will be the language of science and politics.
    Just as English in the empire and Russian took over the USSR.
    Without Russian the Stans are finding it hard to keep up in technology and research.
    When 60% of all research is being done in China then the rest will have to learn to keep up.

    • Replies: @Alfred
  169. @Squarebeard

    I believe the position is one of a hard fall or a soft(er) landing. The Empire will collapse with certainty. If the Biden/Harris/Clinton/Zog State is permitted 4years to enact their continued brainwashing and disarming of the populace things will be much, much more difficult than they otherwise would be.

    So it’s probably a question of gradual disintegration or all out war.

  170. Getaclue says:
    @FB

    LOL — Hitler actually was responsible for putting “a man in space” — the Russians grabbed up half his scientists and the USA the other half in “Operation Paperclip” — that’s who did that the Chinese didn’t do squat but beat up old men in “Cultural Revolutions” and starve in mass until David Rockefeller and his NWO “Elites” took over and decided to turn it into the NWO “Model” for the rest of the World — no rights for the Peons and all the rest we see over there in the horror show that some here like to pimp endlessly as “great” —

    David Rockefeller’s fingerprints are literally on every bit of “Modern” China — the Communist Party had nothing to do with it as Rockefeller oversaw cutting out of the manufacturing base of the USA and its transfer to China — there is no bigger traitor to Western Civilization and the USA than David Rockefeller, his family, Foundation and its NWO “allies”, “Experts”, and lackeys….: https://twitter.com/proxyway/status/1252454595650916352

    • Thanks: gay troll
  171. @TheIdiot

    Speeding up the demise of this Evil Empire works for me! Go, Demented Joe.

  172. Tim too says:
    @Alfred

    Alfred, what flaws are you noticing? The idea of landing a dart on it’s tail has always puzzled me (landing a rocket on it’s tail is like landing a powered dart on it’s tail). The aerodynamics of landing a rocket on it’s tail in a strong cross wind (on a barge at sea) are like trying to land a wind vane/dart on it’s tail in a cross wind. Those are the kinds of flaws I’ve been imagining. As you say, PR is the only possible motive.

  173. GrayEagle48 says: • Website

    ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ MSM quit telling us to lay down & roll over, we will not go quietly into the night, just because you tell us to. We demand honest elections, and we will have them come hell or high water, deal with it.
    If the democrats did nothing wrong as they so boisterously claim they have nothing to fear from Robust, extensive, & comprehensive investigations. This democrat & media howling unfair is just made for TV fiction.
    Me thinks thou doth protest too much.
    Trump Supporters Are Not Uneducated

  174. I wish smart people would stop using “deep state” with its intimation of an occult organization. There’s nothing hidden. It’s in our face. It’s the State–

  175. Hegar says:

    Indeed, a TV channel. But first something more simple but efficient: Why didn’t Trump start his own website?

    He should have set up a website with news and linked to it constantly on Twitter. So that during the election and forward, he and some employees could tell people about the election steal.

  176. Hegar says:

    Finally, a word to those who like to say that there is no difference between the Dems and the GOP, that this is all a fake conflict: friends, you are both right and massively wrong. You are right when you say that the DNC and the RNC are like indistinguishable twins. But what you are missing are two crucial things:

    Factions inside one party can actually go after each other much harder than against their common enemies. I think of the SS vs the SA in Nazi Germany or the Trotskysts vs the Stalinists in the Soviet Union and during the Spanish Civil war.
    But, even more crucially, this is not a contest between the Democrats and the Republicans, it is a contest between a “rejected outsider” and both the DNC and RNC!

    Yes. Those who say “there is no difference!” are always the most ignorant. They are too lazy and too stupid to read up on any issues, so they make the sweeping gesture to look like the bold ones who see through it all. If you go to a website about nutrition or fitness, you’ll see the same thing. “You don’t need all that complicated stuff, all you need is this!”

    If you say there are no differences between the parties, you think Trump could have won the primaries in the Democrats? Laughable. There would not be a single senator, House Rep, or anyone lower, to support him in the Democrats. And no Democrats would join his administration. And no Dem voters would have voted for him – they would have attacked him on stage.

    The media owners favor the Left, which they built, because government control is the easiest way to enrich your group. The Right has been beaten for generations, with those resisting the Left the hardest, being the most targeted. The Right has caved, but that is far from being the same as the Left.

    An enemy army invades a country. The defeated raise their hands in the air and walk ahead of the armed soldiers, back to the interior.

    Morons: “Look, they walk in the same direction as the invaders! There’s no difference between them!”

    Defeated bureaucrats are forced to do what the enemy soldiers say.

    Morons: “Look, there’s no difference betwen them!”

    After a long time, a new generation grows up, where there are those who are brainwashed by the enemy, and those who willingly go along with the enemy. The rest would like to resist but have few opportunities.

    Morons: “Look, these two peoples are the same!”

  177. anon[222] • Disclaimer says:

    Gus Goodland wins the thread w/180. It’s written down in black and white: you can just read to see who has institutionalized impunity and two sets of books – they’re in charge. Like when some guys have Section 202 et seq., the Intelligence Identities Protection Act, the operational files exemption, dotted-line reports per the secret “NizDid” of 12/19/47, COG, SFFAS 56, and judicial doctrines of utmost deference, deference upon deference, political questions, and state secrets… that’s your state. Nothing deep about it. Your government has one branch, CIA. Everything else is their stooges.

  178. anon[274] • Disclaimer says:
    @Alfred

    If it is not delayed or cancelled for some pretext such as Covid-19.

    Didn’t stop the previous launch of two astronauts last summer. One was a former Shuttle crew, btw. Probably won’t stop next month’s lift.

    A flawed concept. Engineering-wise, it makes absolutely no sense to take that route.

    Have you discussed that with the SpaceX engineers out in Hawthorne? They might know something or other about it.

    PR is the only possible motive.

    Well, sure, because the first stage of a two stage liquid fueled rocket lifting payload to low earth orbit is totally free, it costs nothing to fabricate. Plus re-using aerospace equipment is totally impossible. That’s why all airliners are scrapped after one trip and replaced with new ones.

    If / when the Russians build their own version of Falcon IX will you scorn that as well?

    lulz.

  179. @gay troll

    Excuse me if I have my facts mixed up, but didn’t Trump sue PA to prevent them from counting mail in ballots before election night?

    Facts mixed up? Certainly. Probably deliberately. The issue was whether state election law as specified by the legislature could be over-ruled by state courts, and it related to ballots received after the close of voting, as well as the issue of Democrats barring Republican poll-watchers..

    It’s also no surprise that mail in votes went heavily for Biden.

    Well in fact they didn’t go heavily for Biden in many states. certainly not in Florida, where the totals were actually published day to day. By the start of voting day Biden was ahead only by some 100,000 votes — way behind Hillary’s lead in 2016. The same situation transpired in several other battleground states. So anybody thinking it’s no surprise if Biden dominated the mail-ins in Pennsylvania is just following the Dem-MSM narrative we were being spoon-fed from months ago — in other words all just part of the plan and narrative. Just like they told us Trump would lead on election night but fall on the mail-in vote. You Dems are like the perp who writes a note to the bank teller saying, “This is not a stick-up, but give me all your money.”

    If you are right then all the Dominion/Diebold people are wrong. Conversely, if they are right there would be no need for the scenario you describe

    Typical non sequitur. The need arose because the they had not anticipated the enormity of the voter turnout for Trump. Clearly they couldn’t risk putting their eggs all in the same basket and so they had an exhaustive list of strategies and were thinking up more and more as the time went on. One of them, just revealed, was having women vote under both their married and maiden names. Same for transsexuals, who generally change their name.

    Neat trick, don’t you think? I’m sure you know it well. You probably troll under several monikers, yourself.

  180. gay troll says:

    I apologize for mixing up my facts. You should consider doing the same; I’m not a Dem and if you think I am (or if you think I post under more than one name) it reflects rather poorly on your perception of reality. It proves that you leap to false conclusions. The MSM may lack credibility, but so do you. No more justice postponed. What I’m hearing from all the election fraud people is a variation of “Trust the Plan”. How about this, fuck the fucking plan? Q has been crying wolf just as much as CNN. Just because two worldviews are mutually exclusive doesn’t mean that one is truer. Trump the Judas goat has led you into fantasy land. Whatever hope you put in him will be lost.

  181. the Saker lost all credibility as an unbiased analyst of US political culture with his over-reliance on the 1917 revolution in Russia as analogy and template for understanding the present US predicament of a zealous oligarch refusing to vamoose. If he had lived in the US these past four years, he may have had a better understanding of the poisonous zeitgeist, the miasma of the Trumpian reign and its deleterious effects on civility, discourse and culture. Trump’s affinity and appeals to the most prurient, deviant and retarded aspects of American social and political culture make him a usurper of traditions and long standing principles of the nation

  182. “BLM thugs?” Not too racist, are you Unz Review?

  183. Bill Meyer says: • Website

    it has now become clear to the entire planet that the US “democracy” is anything but: the US is an oligarchic plutocracy, plagued with a myriad of antiquated laws

    Good Saker analysis, but I hope he doesn’t include the U.S. Constitution in that plague of antiquated law. Old doesn’t necessarily mean bad. There’s not much wrong with the document other than it’s only selectively enforced, and the actual existence of administrative law is an unconstitutional legal condom shielding the people from the protections of the constitution. It would also be good to remove a few of the weasel words in it such as “necessary and proper” and “reasonable”. One can drive a lot of tyranny and b.s. through those words.

    • Replies: @davidgmillsatty
    , @obvious
  184. @Bill Meyer

    So please explain the unconstitutionality of administrative law. Starting somewhere in the Constitution would help.

  185. nickels says:

    Make no mistake about it

  186. Alfred says:
    @PJ London

    as long as you have the internet or a computer and power.

    Pretty well every adult in China has such gear. For two people to communicate, only one gadget is necessary – it can be shared.

    • Replies: @PJ London
  187. PJ London says:
    @Alfred

    Alfred perhaps you would like to rethink your comment.
    If one has a cellphone or internet connection, does he send a message and then post, courier or hand deliver the gadget to the other?

    • Replies: @Alfred
  188. AReply says:
    @Rahan

    Mao Tse Tung is your intellectual template for lauding Donald Trump, and from a schema of Only-Nixon-could-go-to-China you conclude that Fox News America is the most “sane, reasonable and courageous citizenry in the world” QED?

    I can’t wait to read more!

    • LOL: Rahan, obvious
  189. Alfred says:
    @PJ London

    Sorry. I am clearly referring to two people in close proximity. A foreigner and a taxi driver for example.

  190. @gay troll

    Part of the difficulty of “proving” election fraud is that statistical analysis won’t be enough. We know that smoking kills but going into court and claiming that a tobacco company is responsible is much more difficult. Win or lose, the Democrats are now Phillip Morris.

  191. obvious says:
    @Rahan

    Trump has on his side the most sane, reasonable, yet courageous citizenry in the world

    He has a long parade of geriatric worn out imbeciles who think “Muh President” is something

  192. obvious says:
    @Bill Meyer

    You have it backwards, “necessary, proper, and reasonable” are the main source of strength and defense against overreach.

  193. @PJ London

    PJ
    I first read Cayce over 50 years ago. One of the best biographies came out some 15-20 years ago.

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