Parable Of The Lizard People

Imagine a strange world that is inhabited by a variety of intelligent life forms, rather than just one like on earth. These life forms are not just different tribes or races like here on earth, but different species. That means no interbreeding between the groups, so they remain separate and distinct. Here on earth, humans are the smartest beasts on the planet, so we sit at the top of the hierarchy. On this alien world, the top of the hierarchy is a crowded place populated with these different intelligent species.

One group evolved from a serpent-like ancestor, so they retain many of the features we would associate with reptiles. Unlike a lizard here in earth, they are like the aliens from the movie They Live, in that they can appear to be familiar to those around them. This is one of their main advantages as a species. They sort of fit in with the other species when they want to do it, so they are able to influence the other intelligent species. This allows them to avoid direct confrontation with the other intelligent life forms.

Another intelligent species evolved from something bird-like. Like birds and reptiles here on earth, this groups shares a distant relative with the lizard people, but it is too far back for them to share many similarities. One branch went the bird way and then a bird-like humanoid way in the distinct past. The lizard people went reptilian and the evolved into the smart lizard people of the present. The bird are much more efficient breeders, so they have the ability to increase and decrease their numbers quickly.

Another group went down the primate path like humans. They split into two branches at some point in the past. One group turned out to be a dumber, brutish ape-like creature that lives in caves and is prone to violence. The other branch ended up something closer to what we think of as humans, but still apish. They are like the apes from the Planet of the Apes movies. All of these species are smart enough and aware enough to grasp their relationship with one another.

The lizard people are smaller in number, but nature has endowed them with great cleverness as a force multiplier. The bird people are smart as well, but not quite as smart as the lizard people. They have greater numbers when necessary. The cave-apes, of course, are quite dumb, while the yard apes are pretty smart. They can be as smart as the bird people, but they are a notoriously individualist species. They tend to cluster in small groups while the bird people organized into large flocks.

Now, these are all species of varying intelligence, so instead of relying on the natural evolutionary processes to sort out their differences, they reason them through. The lizard people, despite being small in number, tend to control things. The bird people feel a natural kinship with the lizard people, for the most part, but they also compete with the lizard people for control. The lizard people will use the cave-apes as an ally in these fights, while the bird people will try to recruit the yard apes.

Into this system of interlocking loyalties and rivalries comes a new group of intelligent creatures from some other planet. These are much closer to humans, with a wide range of skills and intelligence. They are refugees from a nearby planet and settle onto this new world. Initially, they hope to reason with the host species to carve out a place for themselves in this complex set of relations. After all, these are all intelligent species that can solve problems and avoid conflicts.

What they find is none of the groups in these coalitions want to open up to them. The lizard people, in fact, dedicate their efforts to keeping the new group outside the coalition, even trying to oppress them. They encourage the yard apes to attack the new comers and organized the cave apes to harass them. The bird people see no reason to side with the newcomers, as they don’t want to go to war with the lizard people and their cave ape army. The planetary coalition remains closed.

The new people now face a dilemma. They can leave, but there is no guarantee they can find a new world that will welcome them or be able to sustain them. They can stay and allow themselves to be preyed upon by the apes. Maybe if they defend themselves well enough, they can win a long war of attrition and bring the lizard people to the negotiating table. Alternatively, they can go to war with the current system and find ways to shatter the current relationships.

Naturally, the first choice will be to find another world, as this is not a war-like species, but the facts eventually make this unreasonable. That leaves the long war of defense or the possible shorter war of offense. Either choice means violence. The only way to survive is to either smash the current arrangements or drive up the costs to the people at the top of it until they yield. That either means war on the lizard people or a long war against their ape-like proxies.

Fundamentally, this is the logic of political violence. The group committing the violence on behalf of their cause is assuming there is no other option. Muslim terrorism in the West is the long war of attrition. They don’t think they can negotiate with the West, which they see as the aggressor, so it is the long war model. The Civil Rights movement was the other option. The people behind it were using black violence to overthrow the natural order, controlled by a white elite.

This is a useful way to consider the current organized street violence. The people doing it have access to power. Many are the sons and daughters, sometimes both at the same time, of the people at the top. They have that initial option of petitioning for redress and negotiating for new rules. This is what makes them the cave apes in our fantasy world described in the above scenario. They may think they are revolutionaries, but they are actually tools of the prevailing order.

The people being assaulted and attacked, the white shop owners and residents in these areas are the newcomers in our scenario. It’s why there are no corporate sponsors for their side, as we see with the attackers. These riots are one step from having commercials from Amazon and Goldman Sacks. “This assault on an old white man walking his dog is brought to you by Amazon World Services.” It’s also why no one in charge thinks anything is wrong or this needs to be stopped.

The one difference between our reality and the conjured reality of the above scenario is the people under attack in our world lack self-awareness. They think they are in charge and that the corporations and politicians will respond to market pressure. You can be sure most of them think they will have their revenge in November. They think “get woke, go broke” is a reflection of reality. A big part of the war being waged on them is a psyop to reinforce this false consciousness.

Another important difference is the math of the situation. On the alien world, the existing species have the numbers on their side. In this world, the ruling coalition does not have numerical superiority. Once the people being attacked realize there is no negotiating with the lizard people and there is no escaping the situation, the math of the situation becomes the most salient aspect of the fight. The only question is how long will it take for the people under siege to grasp the reality of their situation.

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A warning
A warning
14 days ago

The number one thing that people on the right side have to fear is that the government is going to pull a psyop and convenience them not to fight back.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  A warning
14 days ago

Agreed. A Black Flag “foreign terror” attack deep in the heart of the Right’s domain probably is one option, and if it happens everyone will have to focus on where it originated–D.C.

Calsdad
Calsdad
Reply to  Jack Dobson
14 days ago

Could happen. Much of the right wing support base though – if you brought up the allegation that it was a manufactured event , would start yelling at you about conspiracy theories. The ignorance & stupidity of many right wingers just gets tiresome after a while if the truth was being told. One way of inserting doubt into the conversation that happens every time there is a mass shooting event that I’ve found to be pretty effective – and that never gets any accusations of coming from a “conspiracy theorist” – is to just say ” well that was pretty… Read more »

A Warning
A Warning
Reply to  Calsdad
14 days ago

Calsdad and Jack Dobson – Yes… I’ve noticed you two are among the most insightful minds here. Calsdad wrote, “The ignorance & stupidity of many right wingers just gets tiresome after a while if the truth was being told.” Oh you nailed it, brother. Oh yes…. oh yes you nailed it. Good folks…. Good people… you’re got dozens of loaded mags, you live rurally, you produce some of your own food. So you’re getting prepared. Great. But are you prepared in the most important way possible? Are you prepared to understand that the vast majority of what the gov tells you… Read more »

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Calsdad
14 days ago

Some of that kneejerk, rally ’round the (ANC) flag BS is harder to engender now.

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  A warning
14 days ago

The right needs to stop expecting to lose. The psyop is that ‘16 was an aberration. The reality is that it was (if we’d snap out of this malaise) a preview of coming attractions.

Rwc1963
Rwc1963
Reply to  A warning
14 days ago

You mean the Covid-19 Lock down,

A Warning
A Warning
Reply to  Rwc1963
14 days ago

Rwc1963 – Yes, I mean events absolutely, precisely like the over-the-top obviously fake scamdemic…. but possibly/probably more elaborate

Let Them Destroy Each Other
Let Them Destroy Each Other
Reply to  A warning
14 days ago

The whole street spectacle is already a psyop and the dissident right has very smartly chosen not to “fight back” because we have no dog in this fight. BLM, Antifa, local cops, media, and the feds are all on the same side sharing information, sharing and promoting narratives*, bailing out and releasing each other, and instantly immiserating any random person unlucky enough to get caught in the middle of their theater who was forced to defend themselves. We have nothing to gain from getting embroiled in their psyop. Any idiot larpers who decide to throw in and march around the… Read more »

Texas Whip
Texas Whip
Reply to  Let Them Destroy Each Other
14 days ago

Garrett Foster was a libertarian boogaloo boy! He fell for it. He heard the call of the FBI, ran out onto the street with all his props—camo, gun, quadriplegic jogger roller wife—and deservedly paid the price for his “do something” foolishness.

A Warning
A Warning
Reply to  Let Them Destroy Each Other
14 days ago

Let Them Destroy Each Other – Thanks for this post. Your comment is heart warming. You are correct…. you are so correct.

diconez
diconez
Reply to  A warning
13 days ago

9/11 already happened. Bezos has a robot dog. the revolution was. the reaction must simply be.

MemeWarVet
MemeWarVet
14 days ago

Lizard People, you say?

https://youtu.be/Zu3nu6ue2qU

ronehjr
ronehjr
Reply to  MemeWarVet
14 days ago

I was more thinking “cave apes, you say.”
https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=porch%20monkey

tarstarkas
tarstarkas
Reply to  MemeWarVet
14 days ago

Shape-shifting lizzards at that!

“I’m not white, I’m a lizard”

Vegetius
Vegetius
Reply to  MemeWarVet
13 days ago

Exactly. This has all been made much more complicated than it is.
Break the power and influence of the lizard people over us and eject them from our habitat.
Then we can reach some means of peaceful coexistence with the rest of this convoluted bestiary, as we see fit.

ProZNoV
ProZNoV
14 days ago

After Minneapolis burned, I wonder what its going to take for a “rooftop Korean” zeitgeist to assert itself?

A Trump re-election, coupled with a mistrial of Derek Chauvin, (both functions of highly refined and understood legal mechanisms) would literally set the country ablaze.

Half the country stupidly would cheer it on, and local governments would do nothing. If that doesn’t spur individuals to organize for defense, nothing will.

SamlAdams
SamlAdams
Reply to  ProZNoV
14 days ago

Almost feels as though that is exactly what Ellison has served up by overcharging Chauvin. Once the toxicology and autopsy results are shown in open court it will be difficult to prove the 1st degree murder charge—if it is an option in MN to convict on a lesser charge—say negligent homicide—that or an acquittal will set off a full chimp out. The expectation is for a life sentence anything less…

Kirk Forlatt
Reply to  SamlAdams
14 days ago

Which brings up a question I’ve been pondering for some time now. Why on earth would Chauvin (or any white man in his situation) just sit still and wait to be thrown into a rape-cage with animals for the rest of his miserable life? Why wouldn’t he use his remaining time to do some truly useful, practical things? (Not that I’m advocating violence…in fact, I denounce myself for even pondering such things!). Really, now…Chauvin KNOWS what’s coming. He knows that his freedom is GONE once the verdict comes in. So what’s the point of sitting passively and letting the system… Read more »

Diversity Heretic
Member
Reply to  Kirk Forlatt
14 days ago

I think that the judge has imposed a gag order, so there may not be much he can say. I assume, if Chauvin has competent counsel, there are a lot of things going on behind the scenes. Still, given what happened to James Fields, Chauvin’s prospects do not look good.

LineInTheSand
LineInTheSand
Reply to  Diversity Heretic
14 days ago

It’s significant that the police’s camera footage has not been released.

I assume that the policeman’s camera footage exonerates the officer, just like the complete tape of Rodney King exonerated the officers.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  LineInTheSand
14 days ago

Of that I have very little doubt. That footage likely destroys the narrative of sweet, innocent little Saint George.

S. Bishop
S. Bishop
Member
Reply to  Diversity Heretic
14 days ago

There really is no rational way a judge can impose a gag order, while allowing ABMs to riot without restraint in the name of ‘George Floyd.’ How is that not adversely impacting the fairness of any trial?

I hope AG Ellison is forced to eat his own crap. Here’s a case that perfectly aligns with his religious background – all a black man has to do is die and it wipes the slate clean and he becomes an instant martyr for their vaunted Utopia – see Treyvon Martin, John Lewis, et al.

BTP
Member
Reply to  Diversity Heretic
14 days ago

It is interesting. The case of the jogger in Mississippi who killed five or six people in a furniture store, was convicted, and sentenced to death. His case has had several retrials because reasons. James Fields gets nothing at all.

ronehjr
ronehjr
14 days ago

I feel our situation is mostly mirrored by post WWI Soviet Union. We are the kulaks. The kulaks did very poorly and never have found decent representatives amongst their own to combat the various controlling factions in Moscow.

MemeWarVet
MemeWarVet
Reply to  ronehjr
14 days ago

Forgive my ignorance of the early Soviet Union- were the Kulaks as delusional about their future as today’s NormieCons?

Mikep
Mikep
Reply to  MemeWarVet
14 days ago

I’m not sure that the Kulaks were anything other than a fantasy of the ruling Bolsheviks, a bit like white privilege.

ronehjr
ronehjr
Reply to  Mikep
14 days ago

The idea of the Kulaks as a counter-revolutionary force that needed to be gulaged was definitely a fantasy. Their attempted liquidation was very real.

Dinoethedoxie
Dinoethedoxie
Reply to  Mikep
14 days ago

The kulaks were farmers that sort of owned the land they farmed (no one owned land in Imperial Russia As we understand the word) as opposed to serf and share croppers. The whites organized them during the civil war in an attempt to starve out the Bolsheviks in the cities. That attempt failed badly and was followed by the bolsheviks “collectivizing agriculture” which was really just a return to and extension of serfdom. And the “liquidated” the kulaks – a sort of genocide perpetrated against formerly independent farmers. It’s been debated what would have happened to them without the preceding… Read more »

MemeWarVet
MemeWarVet
Reply to  Dinoethedoxie
14 days ago

Dino- so the Kulaks were a shot at the king that missed? And paid the price for so doing?

Forever Templar
Forever Templar
Reply to  MemeWarVet
14 days ago

No, just a failed weapon disarmed and neutralized once spent.

dinothedoxie
dinothedoxie
Reply to  MemeWarVet
14 days ago

That’s one way of looking at it. Another is that once the killing starts events take on a life of their own and the situation spins out of control. An aspect of the bolsheviks in Russia that people in the west almost universally ignore is that lots of people in Russia in the 20s wanted to kill all of them and seize control themselves – tried to do just that – and would have had just as much legitimacy as the bolshies had they won – which is to say none really. So in that environment its understandable that they… Read more »

ronehjr
ronehjr
Reply to  MemeWarVet
14 days ago

I honestly don’t know enough. I’ve read Solzhenitsyn’s “200 years Together” and the most I can gather from the perspective of the Russian and Ukranian farmers were that things were so chaotic they never really new who was in charge or why the orders implemented that directly affected them were done in such a way. I am sure there are better histories for this particular aspect, and I am sure teh Z-man has read them and has a much greater understanding of what happened.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  ronehjr
14 days ago

The Ukranians also were distant from Moscow and this was a time when there was no samizdat let alone mass communications available to them. They were ignorant. America’s version doesn’t have that excuse, at least yet.

Calsdad
Calsdad
Reply to  Jack Dobson
14 days ago

That’s the piece of the puzzle that I really wonder about: How aware were the kulaks about what was descending upon them? Because it seems that’s really the unexplored dynamic here: how much would “knowing” that the leftie genocide vans were out on the streets – alter the outcome? The right wing pro-gun crowd has had a phobia (if you want to call it that) about gun confiscation for as long as I’ve been watching – which is probably at least 25 years now. Thinking about that scenario critically though – I’ve felt the need to point out to these… Read more »

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Calsdad
14 days ago

How about they don’t even know that you know anything even about guns…That’s the best option…

Whitney
Member
Reply to  MemeWarVet
14 days ago

The kulaks were the emerging bourgeois that started appearing after the serfs were freed in 1861. The radicals and the revolutionaries had a horror of constitutionalism and capitalism and they believed it would be easier to implement socialism without a strong middle class despite the fact that that goes completely against Marxist ideology. Mostly the revolutionaries were small conspiracy among the educated Elite. They weren’t really supported by the people. It was a real ends-justify-the-means crowd.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  MemeWarVet
14 days ago

To the kulaks’ credit, they largely were ignorant about the terror about to be unleashed on them. NormieCons are fully aware and in denial. The important thing is to change their perception and it looks like the Left has decided, impulsively, to help out.

ronehjr
ronehjr
Reply to  Jack Dobson
14 days ago

Oops.

Exile
Exile
Reply to  MemeWarVet
14 days ago

The kulaks knew they were SoL. The class of Russians the Bolshies despised most.

Vegetius
Vegetius
Reply to  MemeWarVet
13 days ago

Before 1917, “Kulak” existed as a term but had no real political, economic or cultural significance.

After 1917, the lizard people basically invented Kulaks as a political enemy and declared their liquidation necessary to achieve the revolution.

We the kulaks now.

The lizard people are the same as they ever were.

It’s them or us.

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  ronehjr
14 days ago

I was just thinking of the USSR in the 20s and early 30s this morning. Anyone know of a good book or two on that period? It really does feel like we’re about to enter something like that, though, as always, history doesn’t repeat so much as rhyme. Our Bolsheviks generally won’t put a bullet in our head or send us to gulags. Instead, they’ll just cancel us from society, socially ostracizing us and destroying our ability to earn money or even use the financial system. But that’s their weakness. If we can form our own communities, they lose a… Read more »

ronehjr
ronehjr
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
14 days ago

I mentioned “200 Years Together” by Solzhenitsyn. Gulag Archipelago is indispensable history, but I found it hard to get through, having read it as a teenager. I should probably try again. If you like the current narrative here’s one:
https://www.amazon.com/Thousand-Sisters-Heroic-Airwomen-Soviet/dp/0062453033/ref=asc_df_0062453033/?tag=bingshoppinga-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=&hvpos=&hvnetw=o&hvrand=&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=e&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=&hvtargid=pla-4583657829309779&psc=1

Hoagie
Hoagie
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
14 days ago

Our Bolsheviks generally won’t put a bullet in our head or send us to gulags.” At first. But when they realize canceling us from society, socially ostracizing us and destroying our ability to earn money or even use the financial system isn’t stopping us from forming our own communities the gulags and head shots will be revived…en masse.

Forever Templar
Forever Templar
Reply to  Hoagie
14 days ago

People forget how effeminate society has become. The irrationality that comes with the feminine also brings the shortest line for an emasculated society to solving problems – violence. I don’t think it’ll get as blatant as the Soviet system under Stalin, but whites being executed under some opaque reasoning is certainly not out of the cards.

Rwc1963
Rwc1963
Reply to  Hoagie
14 days ago

Thats what they are doig right now via Covid-19 lock downs in Blue States.
Tucker pointed this out yesterday when he stated how Lock Down favors the big corporations and destroys small businesses, He pretty much insinuated it was a deliberate action on the part of the ruling class.
Then you have the Chinese and Big Pharma pumping vast amounts of opioids into the Rust Belt and killing off white working class males.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Rwc1963
14 days ago

Flatten the curve conveniently became flatten the kulaks.

We’re being gentrified. Desperate underwater owners will be forced to sell to ‘connected’ Section 8 developers to heighten our enrichment, as Biden’s Cutout reenacts “Fair Housing” on us.

We stole everything, we must have stolen the magic Enrichment Juju too.

Perhaps they could hold back that Enrichment Powder for themselves, selfishly rebuilding Wakanda or those flying space pyramids.

Moss
Member
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
14 days ago

Citizen, the cancel culture is lazy tyranny and I suspect you called it perfectly. I do believe there will be physical responses to being cancelled at some point.
And as we build communities, and we will, defense against infiltration will also prescribe physical response. Regardless, Spicy Time will touch many of us, like it or not.

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
14 days ago

Citizen – After reading your comment I got up and went over to one of our bookshelves. I thought, perhaps, there was something from my grad school days that would suit. But it appears almost every book was written by a small-hatted partisan source, and given the instructor was an avowed British leftist, I shouldn’t have been surprised. Perhaps Robert Conquest’s “Harvest of Sorrow,” about the Holodomor, would be a useful substitute.

Amwolf
Amwolf
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
14 days ago

Cancer Ward by Solzhenitsyn.The story explores the moral responsibility of those implicated in Stalin’s Great Purge (1936–1938), when millions were killed, sent to camps or exiled.

Yves Vannes
Yves Vannes
Member
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
14 days ago

Not exactly what you’re looking for but a book everyone should read…

It is the story of the RR from the inside. About an apartment of apparatchiks who were true believers, helped run the USSR and who were all eventually purged, exiled or murdered by the Soviets.

The author is an ethnic white Russian. He’s also written an interesting book on the Jews. K.Mac has an excellent review of the Jewish book.

https://www.amazon.com/House-Government-Saga-Russian-Revolution/dp/0691176949

http://www.kevinmacdonald.net/SlezkineRev.pdf

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
14 days ago

For example, your kids won’t be able to go back to school unless they take the vaccine.

Your health insurance won’t cover you unless you take the vaccine.

Business insurance? Ha. Ha.

Bilejones
Member
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
14 days ago

At the least, everyone should read up on the endgame. . And how we burned in the camps later, thinking: What would things have been like if every Security operative, when he went out at night to make an arrest, had been uncertain whether he would return alive and had to say goodbye to his family? Or if, during periods of mass arrests, as for example in Leningrad, when they arrested a quarter of the entire city, people had not simply sat there in their lairs, paling in terror at every bang of the downstairs door and at every step… Read more »

Amwolf
Amwolf
Reply to  ronehjr
14 days ago

I’m not overly familiar with the Kulaks, but from what I’ve found is that Vladimir Lenin saw the kulak as a “village bourgeoisie” that would be crushed by a socialist revolution.
So the takeaway is that the Kulaks were peasant bourgeoisie?

ExPraliteMonk
ExPraliteMonk
Reply to  ronehjr
14 days ago

Russian Orthodox priests paradropped from German aircraft to blow up or photograph Soviet infrastructure. They had a better chance of practicing their religion under Hitler than Stalin. from Rudel, Hans Ulrich. “Stuka Pilot.” Now I take up the file of photographs of the factories in question and study them with interest. I see that a high percentage of them are already underground and are therefore partly unassailable from the air. The photographs show the dam and the power station and some of the factory buildings; they have been taken during the war. How can this have been done? I think… Read more »

OrangeFrog
OrangeFrog
14 days ago

The one difference between our reality and the conjured reality of the above scenario is the people under attack in our world lack self-awareness Yes, I believe this is mostly true. One thing about a lot of your violence in the States is that it is obvious who is on the ground and causing the damage… Joggers, leftists, the usual suspects. My worry would be that people become aware of this, see their area go down the toilet and then relocate. But they never see the people pulling the strings which sets them up for the same problem over and… Read more »

Screwtape
Screwtape
Reply to  OrangeFrog
14 days ago

Yeah Orange, as much as we focus on the other side’s fixation on various cultish fantasies we unfortunately have many on our own side who stew in their own magic sauce as the invisible hand of the “free market” turns up the gas. Even the few that come to realize there are in fact sides and that there is a spiritual war of good and evil dividing our hearts, somehow return to what is comfortable. They ostrich back into their ever-shrinking sandbox of 1986 America. The only strings they allow themselves to see are those that drive up the cost… Read more »

OrangeFrog
OrangeFrog
Reply to  Screwtape
14 days ago

Yet the libertarian market fetish and anti-racist blank slate still grips them. The blank slate barrier is a considerable hurdle. My ‘race realism’, for want of a better term, came from experience dealing with people of different races as well as an awful lot of reading history. When you read about the histories of different peoples, you come away thinking there must surely be group differences, there can’t not be. But how do you distill that experience and knowing into a couple of remarks to try an convince someone of this. That said, I have broken some new ground with… Read more »

Moss
Member
Reply to  OrangeFrog
14 days ago

OF, the next time you get to the “I don’t care” point in a conversation, see if they would be willing to just turn off Netflix, or stop shopping at Amazon. Yes, economically that’s a spit ball shot at the Hoover Dam, but our people have got to stop funding their own thought control. In my conversations, I’ve realized breaking it down for normie’s wrestling with truth into small changes, building toward real change. The scale of the threat, and the required response to survive, seems to scare people. Start small. Cannot remember who said this: “Most of the modern… Read more »

OrangeFrog
OrangeFrog
Reply to  Moss
14 days ago

The problem I think is that to them, whilst they fully agree with me on the pernicious effect of these mega corporations, the shock to their system on withdrawal would be immense. On the one hand, they have Netflix with its (in their eyes) harmless programming on the other: No TV!

For most of these people, TV is everything and I think coming up with alternatives for each person and subtly guiding them that way is key. You’re right though, start small and build from there on.

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  OrangeFrog
14 days ago

“My worry would be that people become aware of this, see their area go down the toilet and then relocate. But they never see the people pulling the strings which sets them up for the same problem over and over again”

Exactly. Lots of people made lots of money building refugee cam— er, suburbs, corporatizing them with big box shopping centers, brainwashing the youth with state-controlled schools, sterilizing white culture by uprooting white people.

Ruin the burbs, call it progress, repeat on the exurbs. Idaho, here we come!

Exile
Exile
Reply to  OrangeFrog
14 days ago

The unlimited reach of TPTB is a shibboleth and it’s reinforced by being extremely online. It also serves to freeze people who would otherwise make a move. Don’t help Shlomo keep our people in the cities, atomized, disorganized and demoralized. There are tons of better towns to live around me in SoCal, much less more rural/less fashionable locations. We need Whites to make a move, not give up b/c “they won’t let you.”

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  Exile
14 days ago

The rot follows like the law followed old west settlers. Internal migration seems to be tptb’s favorite way to extend their reach. If people move, they have to make a clean break. Not doing so will doom the effort.

David Wright
Member
14 days ago

It isn’t as if our enemies haven’t had a good working blueprint of how to destroy us. It has been field tested many times, great results. As usual, the opposition to them has been consistent in their thinking or lack thereof.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  David Wright
14 days ago

Eerily so.

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  David Wright
14 days ago

They are counting on us being too comfortable, too apathetic, or too cowardly to ever form up an effective defense against them…You have to give them credit they seem to know us better than we know ourselves looking at the lack of doing on our side…Now that’s not to say it can’t be changed but we who are awake have to be the ones doing it so we better get crackin’…

usNthem
usNthem
14 days ago

For most of the history of this former country, Whites didn’t need to think or worry about the culture or the trajectory as they were the clear demographic majority and pretty much everyone just assumed it would always be this way. There was a scare in the early 20th century and so immigration was basically shut down for forty years. But the termites were gnawing at the foundation. Fast forward to today and here we are – Whites are a bare majority and numerous coalitions are agitating against us on all sides. And still the bulk of our compatriots are… Read more »

sentry
sentry
Reply to  usNthem
14 days ago

This is punishment for killing the aryan men during WW2 for the sake of jews.

usNthem
usNthem
Reply to  sentry
14 days ago

I should have said (((termites)))

Forever Templar
Forever Templar
Reply to  sentry
14 days ago

That’s as idiotic as leftist revisionists saying the wars were committed to fight German white supremacy. A lot of factors, a lot of them bullshit, went into why WW2 was fought.

sentry
sentry
Reply to  Forever Templar
14 days ago

I assume you refer to regular americans, obviously the traitors were the rockefellers, bankers & the politicians, but the soldiers share a small part of the blame simply cause they were ignorant. There were regular americans who volunteered to go to war against countries they knew nothing about during WW2, winding up doing jewish biding same thing happens today with Middle East intervention, unleashing migrant crisis on Europe. USA soldiers typically have this retarded impression they’re doing anyone a favour by intervening in conflicts that do not involve them. America was given the reins to western civilization & they’ve done… Read more »

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  sentry
14 days ago

In both WW I and WW II, the German subs were torpedoing civilian ships including neutral American ones. I’d say that was good enough reason to declare war. There are other reasons. And yes, I concede, countries can be manipulated into wars 🙁

sentry
sentry
Reply to  Ben the Layabout
14 days ago

Hope you’re nor naive enough to believe that’s why USA entered war.
The fact that USA did not stop trade with Britain & let the ships enter war zone shows the americans intended to create pretexts to enter war, american majority opinion and american policy advocated isolationism.

Wolf Barney
Wolf Barney
Reply to  usNthem
14 days ago

It was a genius plan to change the immigration laws in 1965 and at the same time, launch anti-racist propaganda, along with pushing an agenda that America is multiracial and always has been, and is simply an idea, not a people. Eventually all of this escalates into a generally accepted concept that discrimination and racism from whites and only whites, is about the worst thing ever, which paralyzes whites from pushing back. That’s where we are now. JP (I know, but he’s said some smart things) has said, “when you suppress something, it comes back with a vengeance.” We’re going… Read more »

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
14 days ago

Another important difference is the math of the situation. On the alien world, the existing species have the numbers on their side. In this world, the ruling coalition does not have numerical superiority. Once the people being attacked realize there is no negotiating with the lizard people and there is no escaping the situation, the math of the situation becomes the most salient aspect of the fight. The only question is how long will it take for the people under siege to grasp the reality of their situation Excellent metaphor. Numerical superiority is somewhat ancillary to how long it takes… Read more »

Yves Vannes
Yves Vannes
Member
Reply to  Jack Dobson
14 days ago

Whites are already a minority at least in practical terms. At a minimum 20% of our tribe will under no circumstances come round to acting on behalf of white interests in opposition to the demands of non white groups. Never. Many will actively work to undermine our interests.

If and when we come out on top we would be doing our posterity an enormous favor in sending this faction packing.

Horace
Horace
Reply to  Yves Vannes
14 days ago

“…doing our posterity an enormous favor in sending this faction packing.” This. I’ve got these people in my own family.There really is zero chance of negotiation or compromise. They will never stop. The moral solution is their expulsion. Even that may be cucky. When the Spanish tired (after spending 100 years trying to reintegrate them after the success of the Reconquista) of the violent dyscivilizational behavior of the Moriscos (Spanish-blood Islamics who converted during the 700-year occupation) they expelled them into North Africa. Alas, that measure of mercy was repaid by many Moriscos joining piratical slaving expeditions that preyed upon… Read more »

LineInTheSand
LineInTheSand
Reply to  Horace
14 days ago

I have family members, whom I love, who must not live in any future state that emerges for our people.

I wish them the best in their lives, but they are programmed for white genocide and must be excluded.

Yves Vannes
Yves Vannes
Member
Reply to  Horace
14 days ago

Same here.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Yves Vannes
14 days ago

And here. I have a cousin, who was almost like an older brother in the 70s and 80s, who would be quite happy to man the guillotines. And his mother–my aunt–would not lift a finger to stop him.

sentry
sentry
14 days ago

Alex Jones said they’ll have real mercenaries join antifa ranks & start killing key members of USA society who don’t bend the knee to the new world order.
The reptilians(jews) don’t wanna screw around any longer, they want to stop worldwide bird(white) nationalism movements & bring about vaccinations & starvation, population control, enslavement of the christians.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  sentry
14 days ago

That’s not implausible. I also can see right-wing deaths squads becoming a welcomed thing.

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  Jack Dobson
14 days ago

We already have the very early versions of death squads with local militias and the vigilante groups active in Minneapolis and elsewhere. If such things were active we’d never hear about it either way. if the succeed its one and done, if they fail, the PTB’s don’t want to encourage more of same. Allegedly there was discussion of such things by some ex cops on a private Facebook channel. Given it was some Lefty claiming it , its probably bosh but who knows. Ultimately though, this system is dying and cannot be sustained. ts energy cost, complexity cost and social… Read more »

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  abprosper
14 days ago

Most of it is projection, but when the Left attributes its own domestic terrorism to the Right it reveals its greatest fears. Even a medium value target taken out would be a game changer and the Left knows it. If the Left continues to oppress the White masses, death squads will be as popular as Facebook if they come into existence.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Jack Dobson
14 days ago

I wish we were half as violent and dangerous as the AWR media claims.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  sentry
14 days ago

Alex Jones said they’ll have real mercenaries join antifa ranks & start killing key members of USA society who don’t bend the knee to the new world order.

Well, what else can BLM possibly do with all that corporate money that was thrown at them?

Dinoethedoxie
Dinoethedoxie
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
14 days ago

It’s all going straight to the dnc.

SidVic
SidVic
Member
Reply to  sentry
14 days ago

Mercs already being deployed i think.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cd0ypxYmaFs
interview of a rioter. He is dumb but credible. Describes the assualt on the police station. A guy shows up in a large truck. Casually shoots the lock off the doors and calmly exits.

SidVic
SidVic
Member
Reply to  SidVic
14 days ago

better link with timeline and commentary
http://www.jameslafond.com/article.php?id=12356

sentry
sentry
Reply to  SidVic
14 days ago

I think you are right.

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  SidVic
14 days ago

It could be . However these are skills nearly anyone can learn and many people in the US have military and para-military skills.
Also things like door busters for shotguns , black powder panzerfausts and flammewerfer are things slightly edgy people make at home.

SidVic
SidVic
Reply to  abprosper
14 days ago

I think the use of the AK, and his professional demeanor were the main tells. Honestly, me and mine, would slaughter the antifa in a stand up fight. The mercs concern me greatly.

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  SidVic
14 days ago

If it goes hot, so long as victory is complete expect to lose 1/3 of you people and you’ll be OK.

SidVic
SidVic
Member
Reply to  abprosper
14 days ago

Greatly prefer not to lose 1 of three kids. Hit upon the central issue. On the other hand, living as a slave is maybe untenable for my constitution. However if i’m a slave that is put out to stud? Only half kidding.

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  SidVic
14 days ago

Understood .
Knowing you will lose people you care about and will have to live with having done truly terrible things is part and parcel of preparing for the worst case scenario.

SidVic
SidVic
Member
Reply to  abprosper
14 days ago

“doing truly terrible things” – thats the fun of it heh.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  SidVic
14 days ago

No reason we can’t hire our own mercs if need be.

SidVic
SidVic
Member
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
14 days ago

lol, me and mine are the mercs.

Exile
Exile
Reply to  sentry
14 days ago

I can’t believe anything Jones says – he’s been so thoroughly neutered and compromised by his past litigation and de-platformings that the signal-to-noise ratio is beyond correction.

SidVic
SidVic
Member
Reply to  Exile
14 days ago

agree, he is a clown.

sentry
sentry
Reply to  Exile
14 days ago

We’ll see, if proeminent right wingers start dying then Alex Jones was right, if not then he was wrong.

Educated.redneck
Educated.redneck
Reply to  sentry
13 days ago

They don’t have to die; they just have to be driven out and silenced enough such that they might as well have died. Where’s Congressman Jeff Sessions these days? How many more times can Tucker be forced to move before his wife makes him retire?
Bullets lead to backlash (though the Congress baseball shooting seems to disprove that?); cancelling leads to “meh.” Expect no bullets, but lots of cancelling.

b123
b123
Reply to  sentry
14 days ago

I still don’t understand.

Why are the mercenaries attacking blue cities?

The only people being inconvenienced right now are GoodWhites who bought overvalued condos in gentrified areas.

sentry
sentry
Reply to  b123
14 days ago

Jones didn’t say they’re attacking blue cities, he said they’ll be used to carry out assassinations.

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  b123
14 days ago

Making a show on friendly territory. Demoralizing normie. Agitprop, in other words.

Educated.redneck
Educated.redneck
Reply to  b123
13 days ago

Well, B123, ask yourself this: do combat arms soldiers meet each other for the first time when they’re forward deployed? The current “ructions” are the hard left militias training, growing, and learning, developing and refining their 4gw tactics and strategies. Their leaders and foot soldiers are getting street cred, learning their trades in a friendly environment, where getting caught means immediate free bail and no prosecution.
I have no doubt that the American Pol Pot or Dzerzhinksy is earning his stripes right now, throwing a molotov at the five-oh on some street in Oakland/Portland/Washington/Chicago.

G Lordon Giddy
G Lordon Giddy
14 days ago

November 3rd if Trump loses that will wake up some people, not the majority but we will get more who will lean our way. If Trump wins then its a slower process but still in play. Tucker showing how republicans aren’t doing anything about tech censorship is one of those steps. But Trump is both a crutch and a dam. Conservative Americans use him as a crutch not to deal with the reality of what is facing them. And he is sort of a dam holding it all back. Or maybe he is an accelerator that fires up the radical… Read more »

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  G Lordon Giddy
14 days ago

That’s one theory. Mine is a Trump re-election accelerates the violence and reaction. A Biden win will be a return to slow boil for a while.

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Jack Dobson
14 days ago

Slow boil as power in the bureaucracy is strengthened and Trump roll-back under taken. This will come within two years as they will fear reversal in House as per Obama. Then it’s Katy bar the door. At that point anything could happen. Still betting on Biden being removed/leaving before term ends.

Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  Compsci
14 days ago

Biden—the senescence is settled.

Educated.redneck
Educated.redneck
Reply to  Jack Dobson
13 days ago

I agree with Jack here. The left has let their violent extremists out of their boxes, they can only be loosely directed, and they don’t actually control them. If Biden wins, they will retrench and consolidate, turning the boiling down to a simmer again; Orange Man will be driven from the stage, and the crowd will cheer and get their dopamine hit from the climax of victory. OTOH, if Trump wins, the crazy, violent radicals are morally bound to keep ratcheting it up – as Zman says, the left is in a purety spiral where evermore extreme extremism is the… Read more »

sentry
sentry
Reply to  G Lordon Giddy
14 days ago

“Either way when Trump is gone it gets even worse in my opinion.”
You are correct, in reality Trump has very limited executive power(the man has no political allies), but for better of for worse he represents the face of white nationalism. Even if right wingers think he is useless, not voting for him is a sign OF SPIRITUAL SUBMISSION TO NWO, that’s similar to cuckholding, selling out your only ally to the enemy is a major sin, we all know the Judas story.

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  G Lordon Giddy
14 days ago

The question is and this goes to anyone not just you is what are you going to do different if/when it gets worse…If you are going to move, bug out, or anything why wouldn’t you be doing that now while you’re not taking fire…Does anyone of you think it’s going to get better than it is right now because really that’s the only reason to stay in an untenable position…

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  Lineman
14 days ago

Because many still think the cavalry is coming, or that yes, Vesuvius is certainly going to blow its top… but I’ll definitely move out of Pompeii next year, or certainly the year after. Probably. But real soon, yeah. I understand a lot of folks are trapped behind enemy lines. Still others, a great hurdle exists in relocation. At least take the first steps, People. Scout locations. Use your vacation time to investigate areas for towns and jobs which will allow you a future… instead of going to Vegas or Disneyworld. Put money aside, take tentative steps beyond simple planning. Begin.… Read more »

Educated.redneck
Educated.redneck
Reply to  Lineman
13 days ago

Money, jobs, family law complications are the reasons holding my buddies in bondage in the enemy’s territory. I offer free room and board and help moving out to my own that I know and trust who want an out… I wish I knew more to whom I could extend the offer, but things have to be so tight to the vest these days.

Yves Vannes
Yves Vannes
Member
14 days ago

Trump wins: The past half year becomes the norm. The population slowly divides into more more and more tribes…until occasional small violent episodes become frequent widespread violent episodes. Trump loses: There will be no rollback on getting YT. Cville and our growing online presence has unnerved our enemies. This now means 80% of whites are targeted. Taxes and regulations will be used as the first push to transfer and take apart everything and anything still ‘white’. Homeland security will become a professionalized antifa who are mercenary and who are actually capable. They will be the new Welcome Wagon for everywhere still… Read more »

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Yves Vannes
14 days ago

There’s a solid chance the last election was the last election.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  Jack Dobson
14 days ago

An incremental thought in that direction is roiling headlines and markets:

Trump Sparks Firestorm With Suggestion To Delay Elections ‘Until Vote Can Be Safe’

https://www.zerohedge.com/political/trump-suggests-election-delay-over-vote-mail-fraud

Gravity Denier
Gravity Denier
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
14 days ago

My first reaction was that Trump’s suggestion of delaying the election was a major goof. It would give all his enemies (i.e., most people in public life) an excuse to twist his proposal into something tyrannical. But his move could be a bold stroke. He won’t hold up the voting, and doesn’t expect to, but suddenly the idea of “cheat by mail” is out there in front of the electorate big time. The media will deliver the phrase to many normies who otherwise might not see it. Trump is no 4D chess player, but sometimes he is a clever one-dimensional… Read more »

sentry
sentry
Reply to  Jack Dobson
14 days ago

The establishment is so casual about not hiding its intention to override the will of its citizens that it makes one wonder why are they even holding elections at this point?

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  sentry
14 days ago

That’s a good question and one I have given a lot of thought, actually. The Cloud People want to establish imperium under the pretense of democracy and citizen participation. Doing so allows them to criticize Putin and others about autocracy and so forth. They then can assure the masses that their will is honored. Sure, it’s a totally hypocritical sham but so is most propaganda, particularly when blended with virtue signaling. So the Rulers prefer to operate under the patina of democracy and would like to maintain its trappings to hold up results as proof of their moral superiority and… Read more »

sentry
sentry
Reply to  Jack Dobson
14 days ago

I agree, elections gives them superficial moral superiority over China, Russia & Iran.

Yves Vannes
Yves Vannes
Member
Reply to  Jack Dobson
14 days ago

Your second track was already tried and tested in 2018. They simply turned over a number of elections and no one in party R raise a peep in objection.

I think you may turn out to be right; the last election was the final election…stage a few preelection riots, cancel poll voting…”We saved democracy” becomes the rallying cry for whatever flim-flam they need to cross the finish line.

b123
b123
Reply to  Yves Vannes
14 days ago

Didn’t all 20 contested races “go” Dem after days of counting. What are the odds.

Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  Jack Dobson
14 days ago

The want to wear the skin suit of all of the historical trappings of the USA, adapted to their preferences. Case in point, the “Hamilton” production.

LineInTheSand
LineInTheSand
Reply to  Dutch
14 days ago

What Dutch said.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Dutch
14 days ago

Actually, the analogy of New United States to Hamilton is exact and hilarious.

dinothedoxie
dinothedoxie
Reply to  sentry
14 days ago

The fact that politicians continue to make promises and demonize their opponents tells me that elections still matter.

You’ll know that they don’t when the pols dont even go through those motions – which is the case in one part systems (here and abroad).

sentry
sentry
Reply to  dinothedoxie
14 days ago

Alex Jones was talking about satanism at some point.
He said that satanists need to convince population(sometimes using threats & force) to go along with their plans. By voting democrat or not voting at all, satanists will become absolved of their sins, they can then claim you asked for vaccines, abortion & pornography.
Never cuckhold, vote Trump, let them screech for not getting their way.

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  sentry
14 days ago

Because there is a risk of internecine violence. Not Right to Left though a lack of an election could cause succession or war but Left to Left. The Lerftists are very far from unified and most of the street fighting you see in Blue areas and meant to intimidate other Blues. This power struggle is profound, the older Left many actually aging out are fairly sane, Socially Democratic, Market Socialist looter types and not Anti anybody really and the younger crowd are no breaks full bore Communists many man children who don’t understand consequences since they lived in a low… Read more »

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Jack Dobson
14 days ago

Why? If you can keep up the facade of fair elections, yet defraud the process, why stop? All that counts is that you are assured your candidate wins. MX used this for 70 years starting in early 20th century and no Mexican seemed willing to pick up a rifle and again start a revolution—which was the tried and true method of regime change prior.

Look for any Federal law mandating State election changes, such as vote by mail, same day registration, electronic balloting, electoral college rollback, age reduction, etc. That’s your key tell.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Compsci
14 days ago

As to your last, they don’t need legislation. The courts are mandating voting requirements such as mail-in ballots in some jurisdictions, basically giving judicial blessing to ballot fraud. That makes United States elections all the more valid on paper, you see.
The analogy to Mexico is pretty well spot on. After 71 years of sham elections (probably not as bad as what happens to the norte these days), the PRI retained power and Mexico was presented as the model of Latin American democracy, which the colossal train wreck to the north apparently thought included the United States.

Calsdad
Calsdad
Reply to  Jack Dobson
14 days ago

Even some of the worst tyrannies – still held elections. The illusion of even somebody like Stalin being “elected” is an important one to uphold because there’s still a sizeable portion of the population that takes their Soma and believes it. When elections are COMPLETELY cancelled – the tyranny must increase the clampdown just that much more to keep order – because now nothing but naked power is ruling the place. So we either end up with elections that are complete and total sham – as most tyrannies in history have done, or – if they’re canceled we end up… Read more »

Exile
Exile
Reply to  Yves Vannes
14 days ago

Trump has been worse for WN than a Leftie. He enrages the Left base, emboldens Our Guys to believe they have his support, then he sics the dogs on us himself. He’s pardoned more Jewish drug dealers and slimy political fixers than hard Right guys who supported him in 2015-2017. And he hasn’t even served as a speed bump on the Globoshlomo agenda. Orange Soma makes Whitey go to sleep thinking tough-Tweeting Donny will protect them. I want a Leftie in office so Whitey stays awake, alert and realistic about who his enemies are. Homeland is hardly professional as it… Read more »

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  Exile
14 days ago

He absolutely is orange Soma. Orange Sunshine? Millions are stuck in a delusional pipe dream right now. I’m seeing it in my own family. The tiring mental gymnastics they go through. One year Daca extension (he’s trying the best he can…we’re lucky we get anything the way they attack him…his wife is so pretty, just so much class…). I only wish they applied the same standards they use at work to orange Soma. They have no problem seeing people fired for incompetence in the office.

Educated.redneck
Educated.redneck
Reply to  Exile
13 days ago

Yeah, but what about the slow boil/fast boil issue? Is Trump’s mere existence driving the left to “public displays of piety” and acts of cultural enrichment that every week are driving thousands into our ranks, and driving tens of thousands more out of their ranks?

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
14 days ago

The media correctly surmised we live on Planet Retard:

Media Hysteria Convinced Americans 30 Million Died of Coronavirus

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2020/07/29/nolte-media-hysteria-convinced-americans-30-million-died-of-coronavirus/

OrangeFrog
OrangeFrog
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
14 days ago

Did they count the ones who fell off of ladders due to COVID? And of course alcohol poisoning due to COVID? Planet Retard indeed.

Alfred of Wessex
Alfred of Wessex
14 days ago

The problem for the normie whites is that they still have too much to lose to fight back. They have jobs, family, and property. Of course, that may be changing now as the pandemic panic goes on to destroy more of the economy. But if a handful of shopkeepers or downtown residents fought back against the rioters, they would all just end up in prison on federal and state charges. The power of the federal government is ultimately what provides the foundation for all these groups to operate with impunity. As long as there is a fed aligned with these… Read more »

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  Alfred of Wessex
14 days ago

No no no. Not too much to lose. Just enough to lose.

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  JR Wirth
14 days ago

Well the perma-depression from COVID should fix that.

Karl Horst (Germany)
Karl Horst (Germany)
14 days ago

Sounds like someone has been playing a bit too much Elder Scrolls Online. 🙂

ronehjr
ronehjr
Reply to  Karl Horst (Germany)
14 days ago

It would be nice if some of the police who are supposed to be protecting us would take an arrow to the knee.

sentry
sentry
Reply to  ronehjr
14 days ago

“Minneapolis… destroyed by joggers. Hard to believe, isn’t it?”

Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  sentry
14 days ago

They hit the soft targets first. Live in a hard target.

StanP
StanP
14 days ago

You had me at “They Live”…
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RoBG
RoBG
Reply to  StanP
14 days ago

A movie with a great premise and a so-so execution. Of course, given Hollywood, their were few options.

Joey Jünger
Joey Jünger
14 days ago

“Go woke, go broke” will (maybe) be totally disproven if, as you pointed out, the printing of money from nothing doesn’t lead to some earth-shattering consequences (as opposed to some recession, depression and pain that’s localized to working and middle class people not in government sectors). For if we are in a simulation, or it’s all play money, then the house (or the dungeon master for you D & D nerds) sets the rules, and we already know what the rules are: “Get woke or go broke.” I’m long past making fun of conspiracy theorists (the Epstein affair should have… Read more »

MemeWarVet
MemeWarVet
Reply to  Joey Jünger
14 days ago

Perhaps the most important take-away from 2020 is that, in a credit based economy, infinite money printing apparently has no consequences.

OrangeFrog
OrangeFrog
Reply to  MemeWarVet
14 days ago

This has been one of the most astounding things to me as well. My first thoughts were that the scale of things now, the tangled web of the global economy is so vast that it just hides the effects of all this… Somehow. Secondly, it seems that some event is needed to make a vast collective of people or significant collection of business interests lose faith in the money supply and maybe that event has yet to happen. Additionally, I believe that a greater percentage of the population is now much easier to dupe. During the 2008 recession, whilst everybody… Read more »

c matt
c matt
Reply to  MemeWarVet
14 days ago

Infinite money printing has no consequences until the money printer no longer has the means to force its acceptance. The US could print literal Monopoly money (including the old guy with the hat) and as long as it can violently force the world to accept it, it doesn’t matter.

This is why the US can print money and get away with it, but Argentina cannot.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  c matt
14 days ago

Eventually another reserve currency will replace the dollar. Whether that matters to those conducting this fraud is another matter.

dinothedoxie
dinothedoxie
Reply to  Jack Dobson
14 days ago

Of course it doesn’t matter to them. It never has throughout history.

The real question is when an alternative will arise. IMO its very far off in the future. Our grandchildren probably won’t be alive when it happens.

White Alyssum
White Alyssum
Reply to  dinothedoxie
13 days ago

The West needs to be destroyed in order to bring about the New World Order. Therefore the U.S., as leader of the West, needs to be destroyed. Since Whites are waking up, spawning nationalist and populist stirrings, the powers that be are in a hurry to destroy the U.S. before right-wing takeovers occur. By any means necessary, as they say. Me, I’m praying for a right-wing takeover in the U.S., ideally led by Trump. If it doesn’t happen soon, like in a matter of months, the left will re-take power and never let it go.

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  c matt
14 days ago

They’re stuck. They can’t move interest rates a bit. It’s now permanent zero. So we’re sitting ducks for a currency crisis.

Bilejones
Member
Reply to  JR Wirth
14 days ago

Expectation of a currency crisis is the reason for the stock market level,- Markets soar when a currency craters
See
Iran
https://tradingeconomics.com/iran/stock-market
Venezuela
https://tradingeconomics.com/venezuela/stock-market

Etc, Etc.

The US is in heady company.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  c matt
14 days ago

I’ve been a fan of the “hard money” movement all my adult life (40+ years) and so far they’ve been “wrong.” On the other hand, gold finally has caught up, but it is a very inconstant asset 😀 Most recently (this year), I foolishly tried to short the indexes and that’s cost a bit. Now I’m on the sidelines waiting for the supposedly maybe inevitable crash 🙂 As the wise man once said, “Markets can remain irrational longer than you can remain solvent.” Apaprently the Fed has unlimited solvency, until it suddenly doesn’t.

ronehjr
ronehjr
Reply to  MemeWarVet
14 days ago

As The Zman has said many times, this Covid interruption has not played out fully. The interruption of the economy necessitated the subsequent bailout of big business because everything is overleveraged. The printing presses are churning out unlimited cash so debts can be paid all along the supply chain.

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  MemeWarVet
14 days ago

It does. Tptb have dumped unfathomable amounts of money via bailouts and deficit spending. In the past it pumped up the stock market without helping regular people. Now it’s trillions/year just to keep the thing treading water while regular people live on handouts. There really has been inflation— in the cost of staving off collapse.

As free money becomes ineffective they increasingly turn to censorship, violence, intimidation. Tptb know the clock is ticking.

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  MemeWarVet
14 days ago

Oh it does. It doesn’t look like it in the moment. But it will.

Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  MemeWarVet
14 days ago

Oh, we are getting inflation alright. But the interest rate regime is engineered, not a marketplace. So you get real inflation, a facade of “no inflation”, and a zero-percent environment, so savers can’t even earn back the inflation. In the ‘70s, you could at least get the 12% CDs to counteract the inflation a bit. You don’t even get that, now.

Exile
Exile
Reply to  Dutch
14 days ago

Stagflation is Trad and Retro. Can’t wait.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Dutch
14 days ago

Boomer kulaks at 35 owned 21% of the wealth.

Gen X /Millenials : 8%

Zoomers, at 35, will own 3%.

sentry
sentry
Reply to  Alzaebo
14 days ago

The economy is built in a way where jews get wealthy at the expense of whites, unless the whites sell out(Bill Gates).

RoBG
RoBG
Reply to  MemeWarVet
14 days ago

Few for the money printers and their clients; Devastating for everyone else.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  MemeWarVet
14 days ago

I’ve been a fan of the “hard money” movement all my adult life (40+ years) and so far they’ve been “wrong.” On the other hand, gold finally has caught up, but it is a very inconstant asset 😀 Most recently (this year), I foolishly tried to short the indexes and that’s cost a bit. Now I’m on the sidelines waiting for the supposedly maybe inevitable crash 🙂 As the wise man once said, “Markets can remain irrational longer than you can remain solvent.” Apaprently the Fed has unlimited solvency, until it suddenly doesn’t.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  Joey Jünger
14 days ago

According to the graph in this article the US dollar has an 86.5% share of the global trade finance market.

https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/big-lies-eu-fixed-dollar-dying-covid-will-kill-you

The yuan has a 1.95% share.

Assuming US nukes still work, there is a ways to go before a dollar collapse.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Joey Jünger
14 days ago

“we already know what the rules are: “Get woke or go broke.””

That needs to be repeated until every one knows it and understands everything it means.

Forever Templar
Forever Templar
14 days ago

The title made me read the essay in David Icke’s voice. In my head, of course.

Exile
Exile
Reply to  Forever Templar
14 days ago

I had several Scandis last year insist that Icke was really talking about Jews and talking up his stuff as crypto-antisemitism, but from what I’ve seen and heard, I think he’s actually talking about lizard-people. Never could shake that – not my dude.

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  Exile
14 days ago

He’s pretty new-agey. Heart’s in the right place.

I think the same about AJ sometimes. Replace ‘globalists’ with ‘Jews’ and he might as well be quoting the Protocols 🙂

That’s not to discredit the message, but it’s interesting that there are all these theories out there that amount to the old Jewish conspiracy theory. I wonder what’s at the bottom of that rabbit hole…

sentry
sentry
Reply to  Exile
14 days ago

Icke talks about jews all the time, but he does not call them jews(cause he would get censored), he calls them sabbateans.

tarstarkas
tarstarkas
14 days ago

The most likely option here is our new overlords win and we are frog marched onto cattle cars in a revenge fantasy. This is the whole point of an oppression narrative. Oppression narratives are made up or exaggerated to make violence against the “oppressor” OK. Whether or not this was ever a conscious plan in the past is probably unknowable, but it is undeniable fact that it’s what is in their minds today. Ray Charles can see this shit coming. Even the dullest people have got to see that the hatred and resentment being ginned up against us is extremely… Read more »

TomA
TomA
14 days ago

Excellent analogy. Now what next? The intelligent answer is to do what “works” in the evolutionary sense. So how do you get rid of a disease festering in the upper ranks of the power pyramid? Focus. Keep it simple. Use what you know. Operate solely within your own skull as the innocuous every-man that you are. Be opportunistic and spontaneous. One man (or woman) can make a big difference. Now multiple by a few hundred thousand, and the disease will lock itself into self-imposed prisons.

tarstarkas
tarstarkas
Reply to  TomA
14 days ago

This problem is not going to magically fix itself. We need to get to children. This is how we got to this point. Our enemies took over everything kids. They used the young adults they themselves produced to deal the knockout blow to the culture and now you can’t even mention yourself without disavowing yourself. Self-consciousness in white people is absolutely forbidden. Until this is knocked over completely, there is no chance things will get better. Things will continue to slowly get worse and worse until we are being murdered on a mass scale. This is not hyperbole. That is… Read more »

Exile
Exile
Reply to  tarstarkas
14 days ago

Homeschooling as parents or within our own communities is the most important thing you can do beyond keeping your kids physically safe.

If we grow our numbers the old-fashioned way and raise those kids right, they’ll have the same resistance to poz that little Wokies have to red-pilling and be well-positioned to hold ground and take some back.

As Aristotle said, “give me a child until he is 7 and I will show you the man.” The fundamentals of character and your moral tone are largely set in your childhood.

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  Exile
14 days ago

I couldn’t imagine subjecting a child to a public school. Like going to the DMV for brain surgery.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  JR Wirth
14 days ago

I actually did the opposite. From roughly 1st through 5th grades, I was in an incipient hoity-toity private school in Northern VA (early 1970s), the kind that taught French to second or third graders. Even socially maladjusted me could tell something wasn’t right. At least the way I recall it, I asked and parents agreed, let me go to the local public school instead. I know I was happier there and did better. For what it’s worth, all the schools involved were 99.9% white at the time 🙂 While I didn’t stay in touch, I think the preppy private school… Read more »

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  TomA
14 days ago

I’m inclined to think it will reverse itself, but the time line will be generational. Looks to be in the 70 year range looking at Russia and China and MX for example. Not sure we will ever revert back to what we were due to population mix, but the old regimes lost legitimacy and direction turned even with faux elections.

But what do I know. If I knew anything, I’d have tried to prevent the decline, instead I realize I helped it along for most of my political life. So much for being a participating citizen in our “Democracy”.

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  Compsci
14 days ago

I’m of the mind that this goes back to the depression, and, American society not being naturally top-down, it took longer to develop and was more mentally than physically brutal. The corollary is that it will also take longer to unwind. I think it’s already ending. Perhaps the imminence of physical violence will be the trigger that finally snaps people out of the mental prison.

Vizzini
Vizzini
14 days ago
JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  Vizzini
14 days ago

Gold digging Eastern European prostitute has opinion.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  JR Wirth
14 days ago

I haven’t seen the pre-nup, but I imagine she’s done quite well on the gold equation. Apparently she got one of the Troll miners instead of the fair prince she was promised 😀

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Vizzini
14 days ago

Hoo boy. Tie that one in to your social credit score, along with getting hired, boarding a plane, etc.

How long before we’re selling the daughters off, to pay the fine, or the debt.

RoBG
RoBG
Reply to  Vizzini
14 days ago

I don’t know how to balance the fact that some people should have their kids taken vs. many in the social services aren’t qualified to tell their a*se from their elbow.

tarstarkas
tarstarkas
Reply to  Vizzini
14 days ago

This probably is mostly affecting inner-city kids. But what I find the most disturbing is they want to change the definition of a kid for the purposes of foster care to 21. That’s insane.
I wonder if/when they will consider ‘homophobic’ or ‘racist’ parents to be unfit to raise their children?

That’s really the problem. This is clownworld and so kids who genuinely need to be protected from their own parent’s abuse or neglect are ignored and kids from mariginally abnormal background who are poor will end up in the hands of uncaring or pedo foster parents.

Eric
Eric
Reply to  Vizzini
14 days ago

I’m sorry if I am being obtuse but can you explain how this is a bad thing? I’m not saying it is or isn’t. It’s just that I read her article and I see nothing sinister in it. What am I missing?

Vizzini
Vizzini
Reply to  Eric
14 days ago

Parts of it don’t seem sinister on their face, but children’s services is often a particularly brutal example of the frightening nature of “I’m from the government and I’m here to help you.” It’s busybodies with the force of government behind them and the authority to tell you how to raise your kids. Since it is “for the children” they never feel guilty for what they do. On its face this statement from the EO sounds fine, “My Administration has been focused on prevention strategies that keep children safe while strengthening families so that children do not enter foster care… Read more »

Eric
Eric
Reply to  Vizzini
14 days ago

Thank you for your reply. You can decipher govspeak better than me. By the way, you are a good writer. Lucid and concise. Thanks.

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
14 days ago

Much like the mini-series V in the early 80’s (a masterpiece) you have a lizard person in an orange suit running our country. If you clawed away the skin on his face you found find just another lizard, like Chuck Schumer or Nancy Pelosi (unmasked lizards). Schumer even uses his tongue like a lizard when speaking. Right now the lizard in the orange suit is seen as an attacked, picked on, champion of these fighting people. In reality he needs to be exposed as the fraud like he is. What enrages me most is the fight I’m currently having with… Read more »

Exile
Exile
14 days ago

This scenario is why #WhiteStrike/Atlas Shoah’d is the best and frankly the only workable option for atomized, confused and disorganized majority Whites. Rand got a lot wrong about human nature but she was right in pointing out that it’s hard to get intellectual and creative effort out of a poorly-treated slave. Whites should leave Jewtastic Park in their rear-view mirrors or do the bare minimum to get by like most Soviets did in the degenerate phase of the USSR until they can make aliyah for the hills. Leave TyrannoSoros Skex to run an advanced post-industrial economy staffed by What Can… Read more »

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  Exile
14 days ago

The problem is that so few live below their means that the debt treadmill captures them as soon as they begin doing that. Part of self respect is respecting yourself enough to not be a debt serf.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  JR Wirth
14 days ago

100 percent. Indebtedness needs to be ostracized and treated as bastardy once was.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Exile
14 days ago

Slow down and throw sand into the gears, yes. Jury nullification? Check. Ostracizing any family member who serves in the military? Check. Getting on absolutely any and every federal entitlement and hand-out? Check.

I could add but don’t want to venture into something even plausibly semi-illegal. The Empire can be made, if not ungovernable, less governable with some low cost maneuvers.

Exile
Exile
Reply to  Jack Dobson
14 days ago

Thinking like a dissident. Upvote.

dinothedoxie
dinothedoxie
Reply to  Jack Dobson
14 days ago

Go one step further and get a job in the bureaucracy and then gum up the works as much as possible and help out your own kind where able.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  dinothedoxie
14 days ago

The AA hires already gum up the works, but getting our people into place always is a good suggestion.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
14 days ago

Some good news on the Beer flu front, people are starting to notice Dr. Mengle Fao-chi is full of shit:

Fauci Accused Of ‘Misinformation Campaign’ Against Hydroxychloroquine; Ohio Gov Wants State Officials To Reverse Prohibition

https://www.zerohedge.com/political/yale-epidemiologist-accuses-fauci-misinformation-campaign-against-hydroxychloroquine-fda

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
14 days ago

More good news on the Beer flu front:

Health officials from China, Korea, India, Taiwan, Malaysia, Bahrain, Turkey, Jordan, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Morocco, Algeria, Nigeria, Senegal, Cuba, Italy, and 65 scientific studies have shown hydroxychloroquine is effective when used early against COVID19. A thread.

https://mobile.twitter.com/cryptonephilim/status/1288402859357171713

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
14 days ago

Yes, but now the GOP is trying to discredit that trotting out some hoodoo witch doctor so they can tie HCQ to her.

Is this enemy action from behind?
Or are they trying to win the Santeria vote?

Jay
Jay
14 days ago

“These riots are one step from having commercials from Amazon and Goldman Sacks. “This assault on an old white man walking his dog is brought to you by Amazon World Services.” “

I’ve been expecting this type of commercial on YouTube for several weeks now.

LineInTheSand
LineInTheSand
Reply to  Jay
14 days ago

Prophetic

Finkelthink Hopscotch Court
Finkelthink Hopscotch Court
14 days ago

Not that it’s much comfort, but today I realized that the right-to-left hopscotch court works both ways. I guess this only confirms how deeply Finkelthink has ensnared white America. What is the “right-to-left hopscotch court”? It is the oft-remarked phenomenon in which the left constantly leaps one square ahead, prompting the right to constantly leap one square forward right behind them to clamor insistently that that should be the last square forward. Some recent examples include the left jumping forward to declare the Betsy Ross flag racist, which prompted the right to jump forward to say “hey, you’re crazy, this… Read more »

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
14 days ago

The biggest difference between Z’s schema and reality on the ground in BSA is the element of race hatred. In this country what we’re seeing is not simply domestic realpolitik, but a congeries of racial antipathies. The Lizard People and Cave Apes don’t merely desire power and gibs; they want to subjugate and possibly exterminate the Bird People.

Bartleby the Scrivner
Bartleby the Scrivner
14 days ago

Is there a TOS violation I am committing? The last several comments I made have disappeared into the ether.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Bartleby the Scrivner
14 days ago

I can’t post any more, it just goes idle…

Rwc1963
Rwc1963
14 days ago

Spot on about the Lizard people not having the numbers. They don’t, my guess is that you could fit all the shot callers into a HS stadium and still have room left over. Look at Antifa. They have to bus their goons in from across the country. BLM is no different and has become quite “white” in terms of membership. Look if the Lizard peoplet had the numbers on their side they ought to be able to put a million person march but they can’t. They can/t even do a 100,000 inan march in a major city. What they do… Read more »

diconez
diconez
13 days ago

the yard-apes must be us the beans, or a hybrid ape in several cases. nevertheless, good parable. those stupid birds can be soulless can they. a lizard is cold and clammy, the bird is simply phlegmatic. both are gross, but one can be eaten at least. glad to be a part-yard-ape mowing lawns and getting clannish over family soccer preferences. will whites wake up? who knows, they watch “go woke go broke” vids on youtube and otherwise go about feeding the machine anyway, every day. they are closer to the truth than when they were into watching Jordan Peterson in… Read more »