Might As Well Nudge

Everyone is familiar with psychological warfare, in which information is used to breakdown the moral of an enemy in wartime. It can also be used on individuals within a community in order to get them to act in a specific way. There’s also propaganda, which is an information campaign used by government to change public opinion or reinforce codes of conduct. This is no different from a marketing campaign, except the people doing it can also use force to get the attention of the audience.

Less known is the use of behavior techniques to subtly encourage or discourage behavior within a population. The idea is to change the environment so that the desired behavior feels like a natural choice. Humans are not fully rational and will make choices that are not entirely in their interests, because of things like peer pressure or assumptions about what everyone else is doing. The Chinese social credit system works on these principles to encourage compliance.

One way this is being done in English speaking countries is through the anathematizing of ideas and concepts the managerial elite wants to discourage. The coordinated and often theatrical banning of people from social media, for example. The people targeted often seem random and nonsensical, but it is not about the people, but about reinforcing an environmental variable. That is, you can be cut off from your in-line community for saying the wrong thing, so you best be careful.

The managerial class has used this tool to great effect. The number of people actually banned from these platforms is quite small, relative to the overall numbers, but the effect has been enormous. Corporate censorship and self-censorship are becoming normalized in America. Note how the term “free speech” is no longer used by anyone but those treated as subversives and trouble makers. They have changed the environment regarding speech and the people are complying.

This is what lies behind the rather weird war on white supremacy the government has been waging since the Charlottesville debacle. We have black mobs, supported by far-left radicals, rioting in cities and the government is telling us white supremacy is our greatest enemy. They are running around arresting alleged white supremacists on spurious charges. The distinguishing feature of these arrests is the pettiness of the campaign against them.

The people being targeted by law enforcement are not posing a threat to the public in the conventional sense. They are not sowing discord in the public or building a huge following of believers. Instead, they are being used by the managerial class to reinforce the concept that there is a hard limit on what one can say and do in politics by normalizing the criminalization of politics. Once this idea gets normalized, the only questions are what is allowed and who decides.

Obviously, the managerial class is working hard to get the evil Donald Trump voted out of office next month. Note that there is very little in the way of a propaganda campaign in favor of Biden and Harris. The former is mostly in hiding and the latter has been completely forgotten, despite the fact she is the actual candidate. The goal of the information campaign is to play a form of three-card Monte, in which the public never actually sees the option placed in front of them.

Instead of a conventional campaign on behalf of the candidate, we have a social proof heuristic through the use of polling and media coverage. Everywhere you turn there are polls telling us how everyone hates Trump. Polling, we’re told, says he is facing a historic defeat next month. The media is full of stories about how this group or that group is angry or disappointed in Trump. They have created an environment in which people are ashamed to say they are voting for Trump.

Another technique being used is to make voting against Trump the default option if you wish to escape the insanity of 2020. Many states, for example, have promised to end the Covid restrictions after the election. The media is injecting the term “return to normalcy” when discussing a Biden victory. In other words, having created a highly unpleasant environment for the public, they are now talking about the one door through which people can escape the madness of the current year.

The people behind this are not particularly adept at using force to maintain their position and compel compliance. This has been clear in the response to the riot campaign waged by the Soros organization this summer. The politicians all the way up to the President were too timid to take on the rioters. Instead, their instinct was to out-clever them until they tired of the violence. These are people uncomfortable with confrontation, so they went with the indirect approach.

This is the nature of the managerial class. These are not the sorts of people who relish the big confrontation. They are not lions. They are foxes. This means that their nature is to use deceit, cunning and now manipulation through the use of sophisticated behavior techniques arising from business and economics. Rather than be faster than the fastest lion, they have removed the lions altogether. They get to rule by being cleverer and more manipulative than any potential rival.

This is why Trump is so hated in Washington. He is a lion, at least in how he presents himself in any competition. He is loud and brash, just like a lion, because it scares off most competitors. The lion is the baddest animal on the savanna because it does not have to fight to prove it. The foxes in Washington fear the very idea of such a person, so they instinctively work to get him removed from their environment. It is not about ideology or policy. The clever naturally hate the bold.

Psychological warfare and propaganda have had mixed results, owing to the nature of the environment and the quality of the people on either end. What works in theory does not always work in practice. The same is true for the new behavioral techniques used by the managerial class. There is also the fact that the evidence supporting their effectiveness is spotty. Manipulating the environment of a grocery store is possible, but applying that to a country is questionable.

There’s also the fact that these techniques are largely the product of the analog age, updated for the digital age. The internet is a force multiplier that the managerial class can exploit, but it is also an obstacle. The massive flow of information appears to be making people less trusting and more skeptical of what comes from the official organs of the managerial class. Every official lie and half-truth is met with a correction or a different lie, creating a low trust information environment.

Put another way, the managerial class maybe extremely clever and adept at accumulating and manipulating information, but in so doing they are annihilating the information by degrading the trust environment in which it is most useful. The more they nudge, the more people resist in unpredictable ways. They generate polling that says Trump will lose in a landslide, but the polling also says most people think Trump will win re-election despite it all.

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Joey Jünger
Joey Jünger
12 days ago

The metaphor that I’ve been thinking of is the petty martinet, something like Himmelstoß in “All Quiet on the Western Front.” They’ve been beating us so hard over the head with the baton that their truncheon might break. My fantasy is that after this current order is replaced, all the neocons are rounded up, forcibly enlisted, and sent in full battle rattle to bake, march and drill somewhere nice and humid like Fort Benning in the summer. Imagine Bill Kristol blubbering with an M-16 A2 held in the crook of his arms while belly-crawling through mud. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tz96u4h6424

theRussians
theRussians
Member
Reply to  Joey Jünger
12 days ago

in grade 3, my teacher was a Nun. There was one kid that got the ruler across the hand pretty much daily, he just could not pay attention. One day, the Nun had run out of patience, then she ran out of rulers, then she broke the yardstick on his hand…all with nary a whelp from my young friend. She lost most of her power that day.

usNthem
usNthem
Reply to  theRussians
12 days ago

If she’d used the edge if the ruler, might have been a different story.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  theRussians
12 days ago

Seems to me there comes a time to stop using the ruler and just tell the kid (his parents, more likely) that he is “not a good fit” for the school and please look elsewhere. Consider that the discipline problem you’ve described is a relatively mild one in today’s world, at least in public education. Given what I read and see videos of in our “urban” public schools, seems like no education would be better than expensive day care that most schools are. If I had children, I’d sooner send my child to a Catholic school, and I’m an atheist!

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Ben the Layabout
12 days ago

Step 1:
GET THESE ANIMALS BACK OUT OF OUR SCHOOLS

Step 2:
Woke teachers drilling at Ft. Benning

CompscI
CompscI
Reply to  Ben the Layabout
12 days ago

Problem always is, public money. As long as the Parochial schools refuse Fed/local money, you have a chance of retaining a school that will remain un-poz’d. But when they take public funds, they dance to the tune chosen by others.
Efforts against non-public schools take two approaches, seemingly at odds: Changing the rules of the private school to comply with public policy (like lax discipline), and Removing/preventing any public funding or aid.

In other words, close them or make them clones. Either way solves the “problem” for the NEA.

Last edited 12 days ago by CompscI
TomA
TomA
Reply to  Joey Jünger
12 days ago

Your dream is entertainment, not solution. Some people are like a horse with a broken leg. The merciful win-win is to simply put them down.

Julian
Julian
Reply to  Joey Jünger
11 days ago

Benning has to be the most humid place in the country. It’s incredible.

Last edited 11 days ago by Julian
Epaminondas
Member
12 days ago

As a good example of the kind of weasels we are up against, Trump just announced about an hour ago that the Biden camp wanted the third debate to be “virtual”. Trump flatly rejected the idea, and said he would not participate in such a venue because it would not be an authentic debate. These bastards are lower than worm shit. I think Trump will trample them during his second term.

Last edited 12 days ago by Epaminondas
Carl B.
Carl B.
Reply to  Epaminondas
12 days ago

All i can say is: OMFG Kamala Harris. We are so screwed….

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  Carl B.
12 days ago

Eyup. Sh*show, she is. At least the accelerationists amongst us are pleased with her.

David Wright
Member
Reply to  Penitent Man
12 days ago

I hear she won the debate because Pence mansplained too much. There you go.

Glenfilthie
Glenfilthie
Member
Reply to  David Wright
12 days ago

No…!!! You fuggin neonazi haters!!!
She won because a fly landed on Pence’s head!!!
So there!!!
Dont believe me? It’s in the media, dontchya know… so it just HAS to be true!
👍 😆

OrangeFrog
OrangeFrog
Reply to  Glenfilthie
12 days ago

I saw this story. It popped up in the margin. How ridiculous – I believe the headline was ‘Fly steals the show in debate’.

As usual, these small events tell us more about the state of politics than any scholarly tome ever could.

Peabody
Peabody
Reply to  Glenfilthie
12 days ago

How quickly they forget. The fly landing on Clinton’s face made for one of the more amusing and enduring gifs of the 2016 debates. Face bests head in the battle of gross insect moorings.
I’d be interested in overall impressions from anyone with the patience to watch. Between the vocal fry, unearned arrogance, barely concealed hatred of Whites, and what appears to be a goiter taking up residence on her neck, I find Harris unwatchable.

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  Peabody
12 days ago

Peabody, “barely concealed hatred of Whites” Her quip about he and Trump packing the Supreme Court with whites… In my subconscious I thought I heard Pense respond, “About that, we put the best qualified people forward that we could find, and those happened to be people who are white. Which makes me wonder Kamela, for the TV viewers here… isn’t it about time we discuss you and your party’s racist promotion of hate against white people?You know, that isn’t who we are as Americans.” But my subconscious was just playing tricks on me again, and the opportunity passed and I… Read more »

Peabody
Peabody
Reply to  Penitent Man
12 days ago

Just once I’d love to hear Trump, Pence, etc. ask any of these bigots exactly what’s wrong with White men and Whites advocating for their interests like every other group. Make them express their hatred directly. Make them talk explicitly, not in platitudes, about how things will be different once we are neutralized. They wouldn’t answer, of course, but at least it would put some disturbing thoughts into the average normies head.

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  Peabody
12 days ago

I think you’ve gotten two steps ahead of yourself there Peabody. When was the last time you heard anyone refer to white people in anything less than a negative connotation? Start there.

Peabody
Peabody
Reply to  Penitent Man
12 days ago

I guess I did get a little carried away considering they can’t even bring themselves to refer to us except euphemistically.

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  Peabody
12 days ago

No worries Brother. At least we can feel good that Trump mentions black unemployment is at record historic lows! And Hannity mentions that hispanics are likely to oppose Trump by only a small majority this time!

They are getting around to showing some concern for us. Hell, I imagine we should probably even get a couple honorable mentions by… oh, I dunno… say… 2043?

JerseyJeffersonian
JerseyJeffersonian
Reply to  Peabody
11 days ago

Well, you need to put this challenge a bit more cleverly. Ask them what they have against white gentiles. That telegraphs quite clearly (((who))) is piping the tune. And maybe puts the thought into the heads of their non-white gentile pets that what was done to white gentiles can, and will, be done to them. This would be a clear illustration of how this policy of who/whom is being applied against white gentiles, and make the non-whites who think that they are getting a leg over, think about how later they will discover how flexible a tool that it is,… Read more »

Tim from Nashua
Tim from Nashua
Reply to  Peabody
12 days ago

They also want you to forget the fly that landed on Obama’s lip.
Beelzebub incarnate.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Peabody
12 days ago

Her job is to attack attack attack, while he was busy playing patty cake.

Frickin’ Doc Savage.
Cucks gotta cuck.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Alzaebo
12 days ago

“But muh Soleimani”

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  David Wright
12 days ago

Did he think he was selling a life policy to Aunt Immelda? jfc

T. Morris
T. Morris
Reply to  Penitent Man
12 days ago

She ain’t the shitshow. “Mongo just a pawn in the game of life.”

TomA
TomA
Reply to  Penitent Man
12 days ago

Yeah BABY.

MemeWarVet
MemeWarVet
Reply to  Carl B.
12 days ago

She’ll be President for 10 years starting January 2023…

Jim Smith
Jim Smith
Reply to  MemeWarVet
12 days ago

I just down-voted Meme’s posting above. Not because I oppose what he said, or even think he’s wrong. It’s just that what he suggests might happen is so gruesome and horrifying to contemplate. 🙂

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Jim Smith
12 days ago

Our Mandela!

tarstarkas
tarstarkas
Reply to  Epaminondas
12 days ago

Calling them foxes is just giving them too much credit. Weasels or snakes.

Tim from Nashua
Tim from Nashua
Reply to  tarstarkas
12 days ago

Jackals, carrion eating scavengers.

Barnard
Barnard
12 days ago

I don’t think the election win by Biden will end the Covid madness. Many liberals are genuinely terrified of the virus and the religious trust in “science” leads them to believe they will die or face degraded quality of life if they get the virus. They love having this kind of power, the ability to call authorities when they see someone in public without a mask gives them more of a thrill than sex. The madness won’t end until the case count goes off a cliff at which point they will declare the Biden/Harris admin cured us of the virus.… Read more »

OrangeFrog
OrangeFrog
Reply to  Barnard
12 days ago

I think you’re correct that the election win won’t change things regarding Covid. It is too great a tool, and in their echo chambers the elites are quite convinced they are doing the right thing. Can’t speak for the States, but here in the UK most rural areas do not appear to be taking this thing seriously; so there are still many sane people but they are not given the media spotlight. In the end, we will all split into the ‘Lion’ or the ‘Fox’ category. Perhaps in the future a Lion will be a man who can cross the… Read more »

Raynard
Raynard
Member
Reply to  OrangeFrog
12 days ago

I have been thinking of asking one of our mask wearing friends. How long they are willing to wear. It. Another month? 6. Months??? A year? Forever?

DLS
DLS
Reply to  Barnard
12 days ago

I agree with your sentiment, but I believe the Covid crisis will be replaced with something else shortly after the election. First, you assume the case counts are real. Maybe the infections are somewhat accurate, but the deaths are greatly exaggerated. It’s only the death rate that counts. This will suddenly drop on November 4. Second, the liberal pussies will feel safe again when their mommies and daddies in “the science fields” tell them everything is okay. Third, their thrill of mask shaming will be transferred to whatever other form of control their overlords shift to.

Judge Smails
Judge Smails
Reply to  DLS
12 days ago

There will be a lot of MAGA hats and Trump 2020 flags to confiscate and burn. That should keep the crazies occupied for a while.

Barnard
Barnard
Reply to  DLS
12 days ago

One of the story lines I am seeing this morning is anger at Karen Pence for not wearing a mask when she went up to greet her husband after last night’s debate. This has become a religion, even when their priests tell them it is ok to resume normal life, some of these loons will resist it. You are right, the elite are going to have to find a new outlet for them to channel their aggression.

CompscI
CompscI
Reply to  Barnard
12 days ago

So Mrs Pence then is assumed to wear a mask at home with her husband. Go to bed with him with mask as well? Direct family members in same household all wear masks? I really don’t think so. Hell, I don’t even allow masks for anybody in my home, period. Don’t care who they are.

OrangeFrog
OrangeFrog
Reply to  DLS
12 days ago

Third, their thrill of mask shaming will be transferred to whatever other form of control their overlords shift to.

Absolutely… Next year’s Chinese Virus.

Q-ship
Q-ship
Reply to  DLS
12 days ago

If the Democrats win, the Covid crisis will be replaced with the climate change crisis. Under the guise of fighting climate change, any and all means of control can and will be justified. Forced to junk ICE vehicles and buy EV’s, restrictions on house sizes, destruction of the suburbs, limits on energy consumption, etc. People will be longing for the good old days of Covid.

DLS
DLS
Reply to  Q-ship
12 days ago

No doubt they will try. That’s the whole point of the climate nonsense to begin with. It’s a tougher sell, though. People were genuinely afraid of Covid, and even now that we know it’s not a big deal, no one wants to get it. Nobody outside of the liberal echo chamber give two chits about global warming, and people love their cars.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  DLS
12 days ago

Deaths from COVID-19 are endlessly hyped. It’s a problem yes, but almost exclusively for the at-risk (e.g. old, frail, comorbidities). It’s all too easy even for exceptionally intelligent people like us 😀 to recall that nearly all “news” is more accurately termed entertainment in search of advertising dollars, so the news is sliced, diced and seasoned with an eye to maximizing eyeballs, not accurate reporting. Here’s an offical gov’t. graph (scroll about halfway down) and you’ll see that the excess deaths from (assumed!) COVID are very nearly back to a normal year’s death rates…
https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nvss/vsrr/covid19/excess_deaths.htm

Member
Reply to  DLS
12 days ago

On YouTube I see some “news” segments now about an outbreak of bubonic plague in China with the implied notion that it’s just waiting to break out and kill 1/3 of Europe again. OMG, OMG, the plague, save us Fauci Jesus! I don’t know if they’ll be able to make that one fly but I think it’s just going to be a game of Maxwell Smart (wouldja believe…) until they find something that the gullible rubes will panic over next.

MemeWarVet
MemeWarVet
Reply to  Barnard
12 days ago

This exactly. They enjoy it way too much.

Branch Covidianism gives the Karens an animating purpose in life.

el-porko
el-porko
Reply to  MemeWarVet
12 days ago

You are right, the Karens have never before been so stimulated. This is a high that they will need more of.

MemeWarVet
MemeWarVet
Reply to  el-porko
12 days ago

Karens circa 1920 gave us Prohibition. Karens of today give us thoughtcrime.

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  MemeWarVet
12 days ago

Karens circa 1820 gave us overwhelmingly chaste women, schoolhouses for our children, strong churches and civilized frontier towns. We gave them prosperity, freedom from fear, and latitude.

They ran out of real challenges and went mad

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  Penitent Man
12 days ago

In 1820 a serious mistake could result in death.
This tends to force better behavior on everyone well or fatalism.

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  abprosper
12 days ago

And to whit, it was the Karens of old that channeled their energy into maintaining public descency and decorum largely amongst other women. They made sure women behaved and could thus find suitable husbands. Male and female worlds were separate but adjacent. Karens of yore kept their scolding of men to only those areas where the two worlds met and directly affected the gentile world wherein women were expected to dwell: Men could/were expected to go to war and duel but not brawl in the streets. A man could indulge alcohol with his male friends in clubs or his cigar… Read more »

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  Penitent Man
12 days ago

I’m not entirely into the Whig theory of history or Pinkerton’ Angels of our Better Nature’s bushwa but this is more myth than truth . People in the past were extremely violent , often drunk and destructive. There was somewhat less adultery do to the risk if dying in childbirth but the past was not actually more demure, only faking it. In the Victorian era prostitution was endemic with legal prostitutes as young as 13 and possibly as many prostitutes as 1 per 12 men. The closer to modernity with its ubiquitous policing and yes social services the lower the… Read more »

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  abprosper
12 days ago

I’ve read articles estimating that roughly 1/5 of women in Victorian London were or had engaged in prostitution. Also frontier towns and bowries of large cities were rife with prostitution. Drunkenness and wife beating were epidemic in the large cities and even rural towns, particularly close to the frontier. I’m not saying that there was a golden age of virtue and propriety. But in general, before the masses began moving to the cities of the industrial age, the general crassness of society in as far as infidelity and general havoc were much lower and to extrapolate from occurrences of these… Read more »

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  Penitent Man
12 days ago

No apology needed. That was a good and an interesting reply. I will say re: reproduction I think its less socially related as economically and structurally. When you study global fertility rates the correlate nicely with developed world urbanism, television and economic decline. The US is now 80% urban BTW so any actual solutions must be urban focused even if they use rural moral values as a basis. The US hit below replacement well before all states had adopted no fault divorce and its unlikely the culture would have shifted that dramatically in two years. However the recession and stagflation… Read more »

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  abprosper
12 days ago

I’ll one up you, Sir. I dont necessarily think even a concentrated DR effort with some aspect of power behind it will do the trick to rescue Western Civ and civility. I think the only thing that arrests the societal rot is massive upheaval and dissolution. Essentially a reset. I am not looking forward to that for Our People. At this point my hopes are small but fervent. Rescue who we can. Give them alternatives. Set up what we can. Recruit. Fight back with a righteous vengeance against those seeking to destroy us as a people. That includes (particularly) traitors… Read more »

Alfred Doolittle
Alfred Doolittle
Reply to  abprosper
12 days ago

Severely minimizing competition for resources-real estate and jobs, by either deporting large swaths of people or cutting them off from our society by creating geographic areas where we alone freely associate, solves so many of these problems. Completely deregulating small business and providing low interest loans so that entrepreneurship is opened up to the underclasses after globalist corporate monopolies are either shown the door, or are severely regulated with protectionist measures, solves a lot of the rest. Public executions to eliminate the worst felonious types from the gene pool, and scare straight/serve as evolutionary stick to under-performers who were tempted… Read more »

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  Alfred Doolittle
11 days ago

I don’t find fault in any of these suggestions though I suspect it will require a lot of executions to break the FIRE sector and the globalists as America has been the land of milk and honey for grifters for a long time. Even if you win there are consequences for that. Automation too may need to be dealt with. The easiest way is to lower the work week a few hours, to say 30 or so. With Real estate reform and some kind\of national health care system we should be able to make sure all workers who are willing… Read more »

usNthem
usNthem
Reply to  el-porko
12 days ago

Looking at pics of those coronatard virus shapes, I’ll bet a pretty knarly vibrator could be fashioned allowing for constant stimulation – we’ll call it a covgasm.

Last edited 12 days ago by usNthem
B124
B124
Reply to  Barnard
12 days ago

No, COVID won’t continue. A new crisi will replace it.

The energy will be directed towards “white supremacists” aka normal white people and former Trump supporters.

Bill Kristol and others are already talking about re-education and “reconciliation” for Trumpers. Better hope Trump wins.

OrangeFrog
OrangeFrog
Reply to  B124
12 days ago

I don’t know about that. The media love to play the ‘white supremacist’ card, but if absolute control is what you’re after then ‘public health’ is the ideal vector. I doubt they’ll let their foot off the pedal with ‘white supremacy’ but it will form a pincer movement with ‘public health’ on the other flank. Of course, it may not be Covid but any other virus will do.

Judge Smails
Judge Smails
Reply to  OrangeFrog
12 days ago

Haven’t they already declared racism to be a public health issue?

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Judge Smails
12 days ago

Trifecta, full spectrum warfare, you betcha.

Climate
Public Health
White Supremacist Racism

OrangeFrog
OrangeFrog
Reply to  Alzaebo
11 days ago

I had forgotten all about the climate change saga. Great, a trio of causes about which I care little; all coming to pinch more money from my pocket. And the kicker of it is: they are almost phantom like in their appearance. Take climate change for instance, much like Covid, if I am seeing this much panic over it, I am going to have to imminently feel our planet getting much hotter. Or colder. Or changing in some other painfully obvious way. The sun still rises each day and we still have seasons, I cannot say I am concerned. In… Read more »

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Judge Smails
12 days ago

It sounds like a sardonic joke you’d read in Onion or Babylon Bee, but yes, if you google, several states and lesser entities have in fact declared racism as a public health “crisis” or “emergency.” Of course, this is as ludicrous as Feds claiming white supremacists are a terrorist or national security threat.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  Barnard
12 days ago

I don’t think the election win by Biden will end the Covid madness.

Agreed. Biden’s latest moronic tweet about a national mask mandate has something like 150k likes.

I’d love to see them try and enforce this.

If people think the police are retiring at a high rate now, just wait!

MemeWarVet
MemeWarVet
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
12 days ago

Just wait until they give badges to ANTIFA; which was the plan all along

jo blo
jo blo
Reply to  MemeWarVet
12 days ago

The replacement police are going to have to be people acceptable to the mob, and who are comfortable with violence – who else but antifa and BLM ?

Tim from Nashua
Tim from Nashua
Reply to  MemeWarVet
12 days ago

Badges? They don’t need no stinkin’ badges!

tarstarkas
tarstarkas
Reply to  Barnard
12 days ago

Thank God covid isn’t what they say they thought it was. Can you imagine these morons trying to manage a true pandemic?

ExPraliteMonk
ExPraliteMonk
Reply to  tarstarkas
12 days ago

The WuFlu was a big nothing for whites, for Asians it was pretty bad.
60,000 years ago Neanderthals bred with modern humans. A chunk of Neanderthal DNA from this encounter makes you 3x more likely to need a ventilator if you catch WuFlu. 50% of Asians have this DNA, 16% of Europeans.

https://www.nature.com/articles/s41586-020-2818-3

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  ExPraliteMonk
12 days ago

If your point is true, why is life back to normal in Wuhan:

https://www.foxnews.com/world/china-wuhan-water-park-pool-party-coronavirus

You can find the same story on CNN and the NYT sites if you don’t care for Fox.

ExPraliteMonk
ExPraliteMonk
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
12 days ago

Maybe they achieved herd immunity…Maybe it killed off all the high-risk people in Wuhan.

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  ExPraliteMonk
12 days ago

Curious, why do you think blacks in America are more impacted than Africans in Africa? Wouldn’t the presence of genes from Europeans import some greater immunity within the African diaspora folks here?

I understand that the bad habits of blacks here increase the co-morbidity factors (high rates of smoking, diabetes, drug use, obesity, etc.). The Africans I’ve encountered tend to be much more lean and smaller in stature.

How does the neanderthal gene theory work into this? Genuinely asking. I always did poorly in the sciences.

ExPraliteMonk
ExPraliteMonk
Reply to  Penitent Man
12 days ago

I’m not an expert at this. I saw the article on ScienceAlert and thought I’d share it.

Bartleby the Scrivner
Bartleby the Scrivner
Reply to  Penitent Man
12 days ago

An answer to your question regarding African blacks doing better than U S blacks; I heard/read that due to the anti malaria drugs consumed in great numbers on the dark continent, (Chloroquine) the colorless over there do better. I could be wrong.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
12 days ago

I was wondering if that’s why Trump didn’t panic, he knew it was a marketing scam.

Jan/Feb:

People coughing and dropping dead in the streets, no one to pick up their corpses

Street foggers (disinfectant)
Doctors with rifles on patrol
Welding doors shut
100,000,000 locked down

That pricey analyst report stating that China wanted to seize another niche market, PPE manufacturing…

Did Han Li learn to Holocaust?

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  Alzaebo
12 days ago

The tell in the people dropping dead videos are the guys in hazmat suits that immediately rush into the frame.

Somehow they knew that random person was going to drop dead?

Come on.

Shrugger
Shrugger
12 days ago

Clever foxes against a brash lion? Better cool it with the anti-Semitism there boy.

StanP
StanP
Reply to  Shrugger
12 days ago

Oy vey, the suffering…shades of Schindler

StanP
StanP
Reply to  StanP
12 days ago

Speaking of Lions
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4KB2xignE6c

White people are nice…until they aren’t

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Tim from Nashua
Tim from Nashua
Reply to  Shrugger
12 days ago

Jackals living off the lion’s leftovers . . .

Rhodok
Rhodok
12 days ago

Nudging is all wel and good, but is there a “nudge too far”? I wonder if there is a snap back effect. People deciding that enough is enough, and they fall back to their old behaviour, regardless of the environment. I feel this myself, if they are going to call me racist no matter what simply because I am a white male, then to heck with it. I am going to say what I want to say. (I do not hold any accounts with the major social sites, hence they cannot ban me) And yes, I have already “shocked” some… Read more »

SamlAdams
SamlAdams
Reply to  Rhodok
12 days ago

Agree. One disadvantage of the DC/NY/CA troika existing in a bubble is most really have no feel for what is going on in the areas between. I’m in the middle bubble and people here are truly shocked at Trump boat and car parades–more so when they happen in “blue” areas. Their feedback loop has removed any realization that such things could exist. However, in stark contrast to 2016, been able to spot exactly 9 Biden signs so far in my limo leftist AO. One feature of revolutions is that the ruling class was blissfully unaware of where the “line” was–generally… Read more »

Member
Reply to  SamlAdams
12 days ago

I’ve actually seen exactly 0 Harris/Biden signs or stickers and and yet a handful of Trump bumper stickers and lots of flags flying on vehicles too. This a democrat area too. These are very good signs.

Glenfilthie
Glenfilthie
Member
Reply to  Rhodok
12 days ago

Agreed.
When the NBA ratings dive by 68%? That’s not the lions roaring at the foxes… that’s the farmers loading their shotguns.

SamlAdams
SamlAdams
Reply to  Glenfilthie
12 days ago

And generally those advertising contracts are pegged to a ratings benchmark when priced. Fall too far below that and the NBA has to rebate some of the revenue. And my hunch is when the scale was set nobody was contemplating a “cliff”.

Valley Lurker
Reply to  Glenfilthie
12 days ago

Caught five minutes of a center-right normie show this morning and they genuinely seemed puzzled as to why ratings were down so much. Some people will never open their eyes even when its obvious they need to.

el-porko
el-porko
Reply to  Rhodok
12 days ago

I have come to the conclusion that the word “racist” is simply an ethnic slur that refers to white people. The intent of it’s use is to demean and possibly enrage you. I don’t take the term seriously anymore. Like being called a cracker or a honky….it just sounds funny to me.

Vizzini
Vizzini
Reply to  el-porko
12 days ago

Of course I’m a racist. And?

el-porko
el-porko
Reply to  Vizzini
12 days ago

Of course I’m a racist, says the pedophile.

Vizzini
Vizzini
Reply to  el-porko
12 days ago

See, I take that about as seriously as I take racist. Have a nice life.

el-porko
el-porko
Reply to  Vizzini
12 days ago

I meant the pedophile line as a possible rebuttal to being labelled a racist by someone. Push back with the same weapons being used against you.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  el-porko
12 days ago

You really have done that better

Howsa ’bout an “apologies, MISTER Vizzini”

Please try this:

‘Some pedophile in DC is calling me a racist’

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Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  el-porko
12 days ago

It’s a slur and a threat intertwined

Valley Lurker
Reply to  el-porko
12 days ago

Exactly. I’ve been making this point with some success to others, nudging them along this direction.

ProZNoV
ProZNoV
Reply to  Rhodok
12 days ago

Fortune 500 Company Drone Report: I’ve never, EVER seen a push from a company to VOTE VOTE VOTE!!!!! like this. Internal company website is covered with get out the vote rhetoric.

It’s unreal, and creepy as all get out. Company has a government affairs office that is really going all out on this stuff; very clear who everyone is supposed to vote for.

Hope there’s a backlash. It’s extremely heavy handed.

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SamlAdams
SamlAdams
Reply to  ProZNoV
12 days ago

Oh, they are all in. Got treated to a virtual “fireside chat” with that Kendi guy a couple weeks ago. It was awful.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  SamlAdams
12 days ago

Yes, even non-USA corporations (SoundCloud) assault you with a “Vote” pop-up. I was going to send a nasty message saying “inappropriate” but apparently there is no way to send them a message. At least they weren’t saying whom or what to vote for — it’s likely they’d have lost at least one paying customer (me) if they did. It’s really intrusive how politics has infested things that in happeir times had no relation to partisanship.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  SamlAdams
12 days ago

Did you denounce your white supremacy?

(Yes, i done stole it and use it every day- thank you Z audience champs!)

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  ProZNoV
12 days ago

Internal company website is covered with get out the vote rhetoric.

What is your company doing about the arrival of flu seasons?

We have wall-to-wall #FightFlu signs posted.

I’m wondering when vaccination at gunpoint commences.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
12 days ago

Welp, it worked with school desegregation!

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Bottle Full
Bottle Full
Reply to  ProZNoV
12 days ago

They’re advertising their loyalties to the regime because they expect Biden to win. It’s like when Stalin punished the first guy to stop clapping for one of his speeches. Nobody wants attention on them because the boss is evil and always needs to make an example out of someone. All these people scurrying for cover are desperately trying to divert attention from the mob least they get cancelled next: “I’m loyal, I tell you! Please, no!”

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Rhodok
12 days ago

I can sympathize. I’ve been banned from a few conservative sites, not for my views but for admittedly poor choice of language (these places have a zero tolerance policy.) I have “voluntarily” resigned from Facebook, NextDoor and Medium because they either have outright censored my posts or those of conversations I was involved in. As private platforms they have that right, but I refuse to participate in any forum where ThoughtCrime is punished. Fortunately, here, so far that is not the case. Although it rarely crops up in my private life, if someone accuses me of being racist, I smile… Read more »

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Ben the Layabout
12 days ago

Lately if I am called a racist I just tell them “You’re projecting” and they get jittery and shut up because they know it’s true

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Falcone
12 days ago

How much stealing do i gotta do today

“So… why do you hate?”

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Ben the Layabout
12 days ago

Thank the Christ and all the gods for the Zman (and Tucker)-

I’d be raving starkers by now, gone totally postal

Stealing that “I smile and say “Why yes, I am, so is reality!””

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Energon
Energon
Reply to  Rhodok
12 days ago

The nudge is what all those “The Conservative Case For” planted articles in The National Review and The American Conservative are all about. These are bits of propaganda inserted (probably by a mole within ranks) to influence your opinion on behalf of the democrat party.

Energon
Energon
Reply to  Energon
12 days ago

Just to drive home the point, I’m reposting something most of you probably missed from a previous thread: I’m posting a collection of “The Conservative Case For” articles from supposedly conservative publications The American Conservative and The National Review. After going through this stuff, please tell me how these publications aren’t controlled opposition propaganda for the left and the democrat party (perhaps literally — Google did pay off the National Review, after all). Keep in mind that this list is not all inclusive. You should also note that — mysteriously — many of these articles were written in 2015 and… Read more »

ExPraliteMonk
ExPraliteMonk
Reply to  Energon
12 days ago

National Review fired everyone who had anything interesting to say years ago.

Hello Goodbye
Hello Goodbye
Reply to  Energon
12 days ago

You guys want another example of “the nudge”? Next time you go to the grocery store with your wife, check out all the women’s magazine covers. An enormous number have prominently featured black models and black activism since the BLM riots got started. Or course, these magazines have always been somewhat diverse, but all at the same time? Bonus: Have you ever found it strange how American social ailments make their way overseas? Well, almost all of these covers have variants they sell in countries like the UK and Australia. Thus, BLM riots in Europe. Google the following (not indexed… Read more »

Krustykurmudgeon
Krustykurmudgeon
Reply to  Hello Goodbye
12 days ago

My view on that has always been “you guys are a fashion magazine. Stick to it.”

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Hello Goodbye
12 days ago

Status and benefits:
Your New Career as an Enforcer

Phoenix
Phoenix
Reply to  Hello Goodbye
12 days ago

Negrophilia has to be one of the most bizarre afflictions in human history..

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Phoenix
12 days ago

If H.P. Lovecraft were alive today he could write us a nice scary story just in time for Halloween, called The Negromancer. 🙂

Alfred Doolittle
Alfred Doolittle
Reply to  Ben the Layabout
12 days ago

I have a feeling Mr. LaFond May have already done this in his stead. Or if not he is probably writing it as we speak. 😆

Dinothedoxie
Dinothedoxie
Reply to  Phoenix
12 days ago

It reminds me of the bizarre fashions in the capital of the Hunger Games universe.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Energon
12 days ago

The Conservative Case for Farmers With Shotguns

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Higgs Boson
Higgs Boson
12 days ago

Biology is reality. The CCP algorithms won’t work on us, so this regime change deluxe will face-plant. Human instinct can’t be indoctrinated. The Caucasauruses are annhilators, so the extinction event they wish for is not the extinction event they’re going to get.

B124
B124
Reply to  Higgs Boson
12 days ago

Sorry but this is copium lol.

60% of American whites are overweight or obese, 45% are anti-white leftists. We ain’t annihilating anything, atm.

CCP would just give the few remaining intelligent, fit, white men good positions doing something productive and well paid to keep them busy and happy.

Our elites are too stupid and hateful to even do that. Their overreach could be their downfall.

Higgs Boson
Higgs Boson
Reply to  B124
12 days ago

The Caucasauruses are strategic. When gain-of-function research was deemed a threat to the existence of human life on earth, they moved it to Wuhan for plausible deniability, and for the conveniently located Uighur human test subjects. Funny how no one notices those concentration camps, in spite of all the drone footage, or the strange pandemics breaking out in certain isolated tribes.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Higgs Boson
12 days ago

Evidence, please?

Higgs Boson
Higgs Boson
Reply to  Ben the Layabout
12 days ago

This research exists for the purpose of creating bioweapons. Weapons of any kind can be directed at a specific target.
“Yuri Deigin on Twitter: “Excellent thread summarizing what we know today about the suspicious circumstances surrounding SARS2’s “emergence”, to borrow the word so loved by coronavirologists: https://t.co/3IGZaEoNUo” / Twitter” https://mobile.twitter.com/ydeigin/status/1313870307590111235

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Ben the Layabout
12 days ago

.

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Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Higgs Boson
12 days ago

Standing O, Higgs Boson!

Higgs Boson
Higgs Boson
Reply to  Alzaebo
12 days ago

TY. Much appreciated.

Dinothedoxie
Dinothedoxie
Reply to  Higgs Boson
12 days ago

ok boomer

usNthem
usNthem
12 days ago

Four years into the Trump presidency and anyone who believes a fraction of the propaganda coming out of DC and/or the reporting of by the utterly compromised media is a brain dead, drooling idiot npc. If Trump was a fraction of the despot he’s made out to be, there’d be imprisonments in gulags and executions across the board. The lies, fabrications and filthy utterances these dirty rotten bastards on the left get away with on a daily basis is something to behold. They’re frantically digging their own mass graves.

Carl B.
Carl B.
Reply to  usNthem
12 days ago

Quote:

They’re frantically digging their own mass graves.”

I love it when you talk dirty.

David Wright
Member
Reply to  usNthem
12 days ago

Like the boy that called wolf too much the left will someday face a real fascist possibly with berserker tendencies.

Bruno the Arrogant
Bruno the Arrogant
Reply to  David Wright
12 days ago

I have a feeling that when Next Hitler finally shows up, he won’t be hurting for campaign contributions.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  David Wright
12 days ago

They ARE real fascists. Of a black supremacist/anti-white stripe.

c matt
c matt
Reply to  usNthem
12 days ago

Republicans disgust me because they lie about what they will do once in office. Democrats disgust me because they tell the truth about what they will do once in office.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  usNthem
12 days ago

But, institutional racism! Intersectionality! Structural racism! Police brutality! COVID-19 disproportionately attacking communities of color proves government complicity in the pandemic! Etc.

Alfred Doolittle
Alfred Doolittle
12 days ago

This is exactly what I was thinking about yesterday. Ways to let people know our ideas are not only normal and sensible, and, not evil and not taboo, but that the rest of us are thinking them, and, pardon the phrase, we are coming out of the closet. If we can’t use their channels to normalize or rather make it acceptable to admit and talk about(because everyone already has these thoughts) group adaptive ideas, like ethnocentrism, freedom of association and anti-immigration, surely we must create our own.

Alfred Doolittle
Alfred Doolittle
Reply to  Alfred Doolittle
12 days ago

Every time I see a billboard, I can’t help but think what a stupid use of that space whatever particular ad happens to be on it is, despite the fact that it is one of the great advertising mediums that there are at a local level, which is really what our thing is about anyway, community and localization. People are doing what white people do, going to work en masse, it’s the perfect way to put something profound into their subconscious, or simply to show them it’s normal, like holding up a mirror. Being out in the open like that… Read more »

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  Alfred Doolittle
12 days ago

Ways to let people know our ideas are not only normal and sensible

I tried to do this yesterday with a right-of-center normie.

They totally shut down and redirected the conversation when I brought up the epic voter fraud, lawfare, and possible military coup that are coming.

Alfred Doolittle
Alfred Doolittle
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
12 days ago

Lol. That level of complexity may have overwhelmed them. Maybe start smaller, with meta ideas, by convincing them anti-immigration is a good thing, because it is a lie about the pie getting bigger and it benefits everyone, it only benefits corporations, the ultra rich, and whites who don’t like other whites, or simply have no understanding how their greed destroys social cohesion, or that disliking thugs and brown/black anti western globalist marxist(thugs law abiding cousins) is what racism is, therefore=racism is not evil, it’s actually good.

Tom K
Tom K
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
12 days ago

Howard, you just happened to be the next guy along the line who got the buffering treatment. Social control 101. It represents an emergent phenomenon but so far it hasn’t had the strength to get a runaway chain reaction going. The social engineering foxes are running around frantically trying to finagle the control rods but the ground is trembling.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
12 days ago

So hard to keep a lid on it.

Start small
Go for agreement
Make them feel smart
Don’t expect instant results

The way to blow the sale is to keep talking

So I tell myself, and fail
Wish I could keep a lid on it
Need practice with the mirror

Energon
Energon
Reply to  Alfred Doolittle
12 days ago

“Ways to let people know our ideas are not only normal and sensible, and, not evil and not taboo, but that the rest of us are thinking them” People think with emotion, not reason. If you want to hurt the left, use emotionalism against them: associate their symbols with evill, demonize them the way they have Trump, call them names (including “racist” against whites). You see how it worked with the NBA, right? Well, scale it up. No more debates over fake philosophies. The left is evil and deserves to be destroyed no different from Soviet Bolshevism. That kid of… Read more »

Alfred Doolittle
Alfred Doolittle
Reply to  Energon
12 days ago

I don’t really care about hurting the left per say, I mean, don’t get me wrong, they are the enemy in the present context, but I feel we must address meta narratives to avoid repeating mistakes and short term cycles spurned by collective amnesia. In terms of political ideology, many of us here are fully aware that plenty of things, in a functional white society, can be implemented from the left political spectrum, it is merely a means of protecting tribal cohesion/strength. Race and gender are what matter to me-unapologetic white masculine leadership. Not catering to a strictly individualist society… Read more »

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Alfred Doolittle
12 days ago

Like a bar fight or bachelor party:

Assume the dominant position, people are operating on instinct, they’ll follow.

Not because of weakness, but because primate hierarchy depends on an anchor point.

Our groups sort themselves with a flagpole.

Speech signals position 80% of the time; information 20% of the time.

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Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
12 days ago

Like many others, the managerial class is living off the social trust created by past generations of heritage Americans. They can’t exist without, but, ironically, they are the cause of its demise. A multi-racial, multi-ethnic, multi-religious, multi-cultural country will not run by foxes, at least not by one group’s foxes. You can see that already. Indians and Muslims (and Asians, to a degree) don’t believe the fox propaganda. Heck, even blacks don’t believe. They all go along with it because it helps their tribes, but they don’t believe it. Gullible Whites are the only thing holding this country together. How… Read more »

David Wright
Member
12 days ago

I believe the term is planted axiom. The news reports, polling and all are full of them. Make them think by matter of factly stating certain lies in a report or news article as a given truth while following with more obvious lies. (to us anyways).

The country can’t be as idiotic and stupid as it appears to me everyday. Some big long term mind f*** has done it’s work on the weak minded and distracted people.

ChicagoRodent
ChicagoRodent
Reply to  David Wright
12 days ago

It’s largely affected our females, I wouldn’t call them women. They weren’t happy with being mothers and now they aren’t happy playing at roles in the workforce. Females have no where else to go and thus are believe they can create an alternative world. This makes them incredibly useful pawns and consumers.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  ChicagoRodent
12 days ago

Excellent.

Unhappy with their weak bodies, we need to find a way to give them strength.

Win the women, win the War- they make all our futures happen, at great trial and cost.

(From “men make the present, so women can make the future”)

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Glenfilthie
Glenfilthie
Member
12 days ago

“The politicians all the way up to the President were too timid to take on the rioters.l ————- Nonsense. Trump was faced with the usual histrionic bullchit women employ when they don’t get their way: emotional blackmail. “Do what I want – or I’ll hurt myself and everyone around me!!” That fish faced noggered idiot mayor in Chicago. That screeching cankle in Seattle. That crazy eyed harpy governor in Michigan. There’s a time to intervene, and a time to keep quiet and let your enemies make their mistake. Trump is forcing the people that elected these morons to confront the… Read more »

DLS
DLS
Reply to  Glenfilthie
12 days ago

The Jews De Blasio and Cuomo are going after are the Orthodox, who are quite conservative in their voting. It’s a clever strategy because everyone on the left, including the liberal reform Jews, hate them.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  DLS
12 days ago

That’s the diff between BadJ and GoodJ- they have and like their own ways, but don’t want to enslave the neighbors.

c matt
c matt
Reply to  Glenfilthie
12 days ago

He played it about as well as it could be played. BLM riots are a local problem, so it is up to the locals to fix it. The cities where it happens were never going to go Trump anyway, and it provides a strong visual for anyone outside those areas to not fall into the same voting trap.

Ripple
Ripple
Reply to  Glenfilthie
12 days ago

Except that orthodox Jews overwhelmingly vote Republican

RoBG
RoBG
Reply to  Ripple
12 days ago

Orthodox Jews make up ~10% of US Jews and Jews are ~2% of the population. That’s 10% of 2% of the US population. That’s not enough to make their votes matter – maybe in FL, but everywhere else they’re concentrated votes solid “blue.” (Now if you want to go into the donor side of things. . .)

Bob the Builder
Bob the Builder
Reply to  RoBG
11 days ago

They are also rapidly outbreding non-orthodox jews, who have insanely low TFR as the most liberal people on earth. In Israel, there lots of fears orthodox jews became a overt majority.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Glenfilthie
12 days ago

There is a certain satisfaction on our side when the mobs came to harrass even their supporters in their own homes (Seattle? Portland? I forget.) Trump was smart to (mostly) keep hands off and let the cities burn and riot. It’s great optics for law and order. Regardless of how the election goes, but especially if he wins, it’ll be interesting to see what Trump does in response to civil disorder. As long as I am creating a wish list, how about Federal indictments against high officials in the Russia dossier hoax or whatever it’s called? Treason might be a… Read more »

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Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  Glenfilthie
12 days ago

Glenfilthie,

Nothing to add to your rant of any substance.

Your alliteration is boss. That’s all.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Glenfilthie
12 days ago

Man, I am liking the dickens out of the new Based G!

Alpha chad energy

No mercy for the weak

“Are King Cuomo and Vilhelm deBlasio White Supremacists?”

Flip ‘Em an Stick ‘Em Technique

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Wolf Barney
Wolf Barney
12 days ago

I know most people are prone to believing the lies, propaganda and deflections the media feed them, but there has to be a tipping point where it’s all widely considered to be fake. (and gay) Are they overreaching with the latest war against white supremacy? I think even most normies know it’s antifa and BLM doing the rioting and looting, although maybe I’m wrong.

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Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
12 days ago

They generate polling that says Trump will lose in a landslide, but the polling also says most people think Trump will win re-election despite it all. True. But how long will the dismissal of obvious lies and propaganda continue? One thing we see with this election is how a lie can continue and become believed without any counter from a mass media outlet and with politicians willing to repeat the lie. Think the Charlottesville “fine people” lie. The FBI/DOJ blatantly and subtly reinforce this meme with warnings about White supremacist terrorists being the nation’s greatest threat while communists burn down our cities.… Read more »

DLS
DLS
Reply to  Jack Dobson
12 days ago

The biased polling serves two purposes. First, it demoralizes Trump supporters. Second, it gives support to their post election claims that Trump must have cheated (Russia, voter suppression, etc.).

B124
B124
Reply to  DLS
12 days ago

Does it actually demoralize Trump supporters? Do you think it works?

Nationally, Trump is doing worse than at this time in 2016, however in swing states he is actually outperforming the polls at this time in 2016.

But I see so blackpilled people on twitter, and even Amren. Maybe it does work.

DLS
DLS
Reply to  B124
12 days ago

I can only speak for myself, that yes it is demoralizing to see a dementia patient and a looney, hindu whore with more than 30% support in the country. If Harris (oh, and Biden too, lol) wins, the last ounce of my civ-natery will be extinguished.

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  DLS
12 days ago

“…the last ounce of civ-natery (omission mine) will be extinguished.”

From your lips to God’s ear.

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Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  B124
12 days ago

It sows seeds of doubt in some Trump supporters, but I doubt the doubt will prevent them from voting.

whitney
Member
12 days ago

Homeland security has decided white supremacy is as dangerous as China and Russia, two hostile nuclear superpowers. I cannot believe how super duper awesome white men talking on social media are!! Who knew that they were that powerful!

I am going to start inserting Freddy Krueger anytime anyone says or writes white supremacy because that’s what it is, a boogeyman that inhabits your nightmares

T. Morris
T. Morris
Reply to  whitney
12 days ago

White Power!

whitney
Member
Reply to  T. Morris
12 days ago

We are so cool aren’t we!

Glenfilthie
Glenfilthie
Member
Reply to  whitney
12 days ago

It probably is. Leftie has been goading the chit out of whites, and it’s never enough for their approved victim groups. These riots and fake pandemics are pushing many to their breaking point. When that fag governor in Pennsylvania was trying to grab guns, the 2A guys all showed up on his front lawn and told him to shove it – or else. For some strange reason, sportzball isn’t keeping uppity whites on the couch anymore.
Lefty is scared shitless…and he damned well should be.

ChetRollins
ChetRollins
Reply to  Glenfilthie
12 days ago

All they had to do was keep the sportsball soma flowing and they could put a pillow on the face of old white America, but they just couldn’t let things be.

B124
B124
Reply to  ChetRollins
12 days ago

They never can.

Diverse group at work getting along fine?

Oops here comes white lady with her diversity training.

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  whitney
12 days ago

They (TPTB) certainly seem to have all the finesse and discernment of two year olds, dont they? White separatists, white advocates, western culture supporters, white ethnocentrists…. gah!!!! Supremacists all!

Can’t have the workhorses that keep the whole thing afloat look around and realize they alone are keeping the farm going while the rest of the animals are either lazing about or are actively tearing the barns down and burning the silos.

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RoBG
RoBG
Reply to  whitney
12 days ago

What branch of government does Homeland Security fall under? Remind me. And if not one single person from any branch denounced that obvious lie, what does that imply?

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  whitney
12 days ago

Yes, and everyone knows the military is just teeming with White Supremacists too, so that potentially makes them a nuclear power too [roll eyes]

G Lordon Giddy
G Lordon Giddy
12 days ago

The foxes are devious and deceive the white women. That is our largest danger. No, I am not talking about the traditional woman whom is a strength to us I am talking about what has happened in the last 60 years at least, the destruction of womanhood. I think the fox has succeeded with the suburban white woman’s mindset and until we can correct that weak point our civilization will continue into its collapse.
We shall see in less than a month.

MBlanc46
MBlanc46
Reply to  G Lordon Giddy
12 days ago

That’s it. If the white women voted anything like white men, we’d be firmly in the saddle. But they don’t, and the result will be the destruction of the republic that our ancestors built. It will be interesting to see how they like the consequences of their actions.

DLS
DLS
Reply to  MBlanc46
12 days ago

Assuming they tie the consequences to their actions. The line in “As Good As It Gets” comes to mind, where Jack Nicholson’s character is asked how he understands women so well in the novels he writes. He says, “I think of a man. And I take away reason and accountability.”

Nick
Nick
Reply to  DLS
12 days ago

Yes! I enjoyed that line myself

Stranger in a strange land
Reply to  DLS
12 days ago

A classic statement and so very true

Energon
Energon
Reply to  DLS
12 days ago

Now a statement like that could never be put into a movie. Funny how the old stuff is so subversive.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Energon
12 days ago

And it’s not even that old, really. We’ve fallen a long way very rapidly, baby.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  DLS
12 days ago

One of my favourite memes is the one at bottom. I don’t know if Nicholson said it in any movie, but it surely fits his persona. And darned if the saying isn’t true.Warning! Contains a dirty word. Do not click if you’re easily offended.
“There is little or no offensive material apart from four cunts, one clitoris and a foreskin, and as they only appear in this opening introduction, you’re past them now.” — Monty Python “The Executive Introduction”
https://images.app.goo.gl/7p26afGsWtd923Fx7

ChetRollins
ChetRollins
Reply to  MBlanc46
12 days ago

It’s not that stark of a contrast between married men and women.
Problem is there are fewer and fewer married women, and women without children or a guiding man will just follow the strong horse, even to their own obvious detriment.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  ChetRollins
12 days ago

…All too often a black stallion 🙁

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  MBlanc46
12 days ago

It will be interesting to see how they like the consequences of their actions.

Women are just fine being war brides.

ChetRollins
ChetRollins
12 days ago

Yup. The foxes don’t have the stomach for fierce force, and it shows.
Saw a video where police tried to disperse some Jews celebrating in New York because Covid. Direct confrontation got them nowhere and they started to just block street and other subtle control methods.
If you can make yourself even mildly sympathetic and have a block of solidarity with your fellow people, the arm of the State with all their fancy weapons seem helpless.

Owlman
Owlman
Reply to  ChetRollins
12 days ago

Jews (not JINO): 1
NYPD: 0

tonaludatus
tonaludatus
Reply to  ChetRollins
12 days ago

celebrating diversity (little hats and big hats) https://twitter.com/i/status/1314020189193859074

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
12 days ago

Nerds not foxes. Give the nerds wedgies. Time tested and true.

Judge Smails
Judge Smails
Reply to  Paintersforms
12 days ago

Jocks stuffing nerds in lockers was not mindless bullying, it was the establishment of the natural order. Nerds are not meant to rule. That is why the Western World is collapsing today.

Alfred Doolittle
Alfred Doolittle
Reply to  Judge Smails
12 days ago

Nerds are kind of a post industrial phenomenon. Brilliant men used to be tough too, I mean, imagine that dueling was a relatively normal thing. If they weren’t naturally so, they at least acted like being a pussy was a shameful thing, instead of spending a life indulging in such attitudes. The only way to help make nerds more integrated men is for unapologetic, white Men, with a culture rooted in adaptive behavior, not virtuous behavior, to be in charge again. That means creating a society where representation amongst anything else, is effectively eliminated, or strongly controlled. To even get… Read more »

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Alfred Doolittle
12 days ago

I think bringing back the draft would do wonders

on so many levels. One, it would make rich twerps from NYC have to bunk with their beloved negro and chicano. Let’s see how much they love them after that.

Alfred Doolittle
Alfred Doolittle
Reply to  Falcone
12 days ago

Agree completely, although I’d make one minor change-Drafts require wars, which are probably being orchestrated by bad actors. I believe compulsory service is the way to go.

I also think believe we should have compulsory political office for all white male non felons with families, but then of course we are veering into right wing socialist Utopianism territory, but…. in a perfect world.

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  Alfred Doolittle
12 days ago

I was a nerd. Still am in a lot of ways. But I had the good fortune of growing up in a culture that forced me to get tough.

Alfred Doolittle
Alfred Doolittle
Reply to  Paintersforms
12 days ago

I am somewhere in between and never fit in with either nerds or meatheads, feeling a pull toward both types. The confusion is my burden.

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  Alfred Doolittle
12 days ago

I can relate. On the one hand I played varsity football and had some jock friends. On the other, I did mathematical proofs for fun and hung with the geeks. Always saw myself as a nerd though, not knowing where I fit in. That and the periodic bullying people would attempt. Happily adulthood did away with most of that.

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  Judge Smails
12 days ago

Nerds, women, and outcasts. Being ruled by the unfit is a luxury of modern life, apparently.

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Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Paintersforms
12 days ago

Fruits, felons and freeloaders. We’re effed.

Stranger in a strange land
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
12 days ago

A simple algebraic equation I can comprehend: F x (F + F) = F

Krustykurmudgeon
Krustykurmudgeon
Reply to  Judge Smails
12 days ago

Jocks/nerds is a false dichotomy. Nerds helped build things like engineering. Think of movies like “the right stuff”

Alfred Doolittle
Alfred Doolittle
Reply to  Krustykurmudgeon
12 days ago

I think the dichotomy is real enough, it’s just that, in a low trust society that caters to women and minorities naturally nerdy types just want to retreat to their rooms and not even deal with the chaos. I don’t blame them, I can relate. A civil society with white men running the economy, businesses and government for the benefit of men and their families, one which is hard on crime, creates a more homeostatic environment, less social retardation, where the nerd mustn’t isolate himself, or something like that, in my opinion. In our kind of society, Nerds and Barbarians… Read more »

usNthem
usNthem
Reply to  Paintersforms
12 days ago

Along with a pink belly!

ChicagoRodent
ChicagoRodent
Reply to  usNthem
12 days ago

I was h.s. track captain. I mindlessly administered pink bellies to an underling in the same manner I had received them (I wrestled, so the order was public takedown, guillotine and then pink belly).

Two years later and the kid beat my discus record, my name replaced on our school’s prominently-displayed record board, my trophies supplanted in the awards case and sent to the dust closet.

Pink bellies are a relic belonging to the past. Lamp posting however is timeless and Bill Gates’ neck size well-known.

Stranger in a strange land
12 days ago

It only seems appropriate the monkeys behnd the scenes which were revealed by ZMan in yesteday’s installment would make mention of lions and foxes today.
And, somehow all that typewriter banging produced another bang up essay today.

Dutch
Dutch
12 days ago

We keep learning more and more. Tablet, on-line, explains how the NoVo Foundation, which used to do microfunding of Guatemalan farmers and battered women programs, quietly ditched all that a few years ago, hired a Weather Underground alumna to run the joint, and now runs hundreds of millions of Warren Buffet money out to BLM, all shrouded and hidden. Buffet’s son, Peter Buffet, is the point man for all of this. Warren Buffet is paying for little people’s houses and businesses to be burned down.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Dutch
11 days ago

Another (very late) standing O!

Kentucky Headhunter
Kentucky Headhunter
12 days ago

“and the latter has been completely forgotten, despite the fact she is the actual candidate.”

Achievement unlocked!!!

RoBG
RoBG
Reply to  Kentucky Headhunter
12 days ago

The real issue is who selects the party’s candidates. There was no interest in KH after Tulsi took her to the woodshed on live TV. After that the DNC changed the rules repeatedly to keep TG out of the debates. Then they brought in Bloomberg and he failed to catch on. The astonishing thing (to me) is that they even bother going through the charades that are the primaries. And the voters continue to buy-in to the process.

Jim Smith
Jim Smith
12 days ago

The politicians all the way up to the President were too timid to take on the rioters.” Not exactly. The riots were designed to elicit a violent reaction from Trump that would repel middle-class voters. He didn’t fall for it; he also correctly perceived that every riot, every torched building, every invasion of a suburb, every televised beating earns him votes. Cumulatively, millions of votes. Napoleon’s dictum about not interrupting a blundering enemy comes to mind.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  Jim Smith
12 days ago

The riots were designed to elicit a violent reaction from Trump that would repel middle-class voters.

Yup.

The Leftist media was having wet dreams of Kent State v2, with middle-aged white cops gunning down po’ black youfs in full 1080p HD that they could play in an endless loop, interspersed with their big black mammies wailing about, “muh babiez!!!” 24/7 into the elections.

G Lordon Giddy
G Lordon Giddy
Reply to  Jim Smith
12 days ago

Except Trump interrupted a blundering idiot during his debate. I want to think Trump is smart and he thought through not stopping the riots. Na, I have my doubts. Actually he would have looked better stopping the riots by force.
It kinda tells us about Trump. He doesn’t actually want to fight physical battles he wants to talk shit when he should just shut up.
But I will still vote for the idiot. He is our idiot.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Jim Smith
12 days ago

Sort of like the old saying by [?] “Never call a man a fool. Borrow from him!”

el-porko
el-porko
12 days ago

When I try to explain to my boomer parents that we are currently at war, it’s just blank stares and disbelief. They cannot comprehend psychological warfare. They feel the daily pressure coming from the TV screen and the authorities, and feel the fear and disfunction. But to acknowledge that this is being done to them purposely is inconceivable.

Owlman
Owlman
Reply to  el-porko
12 days ago

Please, when my inlaws buy a house for under $20k, then sell it for over $500k, what makes you think they give a damn what happens to you or yours?

Alfred Doolittle
Alfred Doolittle
Reply to  Owlman
12 days ago

Owlman, is there a remedy for deracinated Darwinism that enables survival of the fittest individualists, except for a giant authoritarian state or an apocalypse? Can we have ethnostates co-existing alongside multiculti city state metropolises?

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Owlman
Owlman
Reply to  Alfred Doolittle
12 days ago

I don’t really get the question Still at my desk working, so maybe late day lame brain. On the subject of “individualists”, though, referring to some Normie normie women in my midst. They have noticed these “toxic” attributes, including “Individualism”, and mock the people that decry said values. I will gather that you ask about there being any “middle path” between a Stasi State and the Law of the Jungle. All I can say is that for me and my house, it is all about being the fittest, come what may. From auto maintenence to plumbing, to splitting firewood. To… Read more »

Alfred Doolittle
Alfred Doolittle
Reply to  Owlman
12 days ago

It was worded clumsily. Being able to fight, split wood, hunt, grow a garden, work on engines, build and plumb, be good at physical labor etc etc, is one thing, being great at capitalism, especially the kind that doesn’t actually produce anything, and ends up having myopic effects down the line, the example you mentioned, good for the individuals bad for the group, seem like completely different things to me. Humans are social animals so this freakish system of profiteering without regard to community that is more normalized in the States than elsewhere, is what I ask about, since you… Read more »

RoBG
RoBG
Reply to  Owlman
12 days ago

That’s not really their fault though, is it? That was Hart-Celler (1965) and the Immigration Act of 1990 (which doubled legal immigration and doesn’t get the blame it deserves). Mass immigration drives up housing prices, drives down wages, and increases GDP: the ruling classes’ dream. (And just wait until the eviction moratoriums expire. You’ll see the Mnuchins (and the rest of his class) buying up housing stock at a discount in anticipation of the next great wave of immigrants.

Owlman
Owlman
Reply to  RoBG
12 days ago

“That’s not really their fault though, is it?” I am not really speaking on whose fault it is, including the in laws. They ended up seeing most of the monies expended on “medical bills” as it is and did not end up affluent at all. Reverse mortgage, Medicaid, the usual. One of the reasons I have little time to “clap for” the medical establishment. Too many examples right under my nose of end of life care draining the life earnings, so the next generation has to: get a mortgage; go ass over teakettle in college loan debt; and so on.… Read more »

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  el-porko
12 days ago

Me and my uncle convinced my mom of this. My uncle, her brother, is Mr Handsome and she thinks he’s the greatest to the point my dad sometimes goes off the handle, but uncle was always positive, always the optimist, but he has done a 180. His change of behavior alone rattled my mom. So it must be serious. So he’s red pilling her over the phone in one ear, and me her beloved son in the other. We woke her up.

sentry
sentry
12 days ago

trump’s ascendant – leo(lion)
trump’s constellation – maga(make america great again)
can’t make this stuff up
I know most people think astrology is trash, but i like finding weird synchronicities

Nick
Nick
12 days ago

Nice title in honor of Van Halen’s death!

TomA
TomA
12 days ago

Yes, yes, a thousand times yes, to all of this. The Elites are cowards who only fight dirty, or through surrogates; but never a stand up, one-on-one, best man wins, duke it out contest. And that is their greatest weakness. Knock out a few of these pretenders, and the rest will scatter like a billiard rack on a power break. Focus, hit them hard when and where they least expect it. And they will leave fast and go torment some other part of the planet.

el-porko
el-porko
Reply to  TomA
12 days ago

The “authorities” are all paper tigers. It’s why I welcome the acceleration. Once things get real, they will be sorted out very quickly.

sentry
sentry
Reply to  TomA
12 days ago

in asoiaf books littlefinger represented the fox/trickster archetype, too bad martin will never finish them, i’d sure love to read how his plan to subvert the realms fails and blows up in his face.
Littlefinger was also a pedophile, ran brothels and had dealings with foreign banks. Perfect stand in for jews.
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Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  TomA
12 days ago

I still think the greatest mind fuck we can give them is for, say, a good 20 or 30 thousand of us move to Virginia and pile up around DC. Just our presence, the mood around us, flowing like smoke into DC where they start feeling uneasy. The enemy at their gates lying in wait.

TomA
TomA
Reply to  Falcone
12 days ago

I prefer the fog analogy. It surrounds and blinds, and can be source of anxiety for the cowards hiding within the castle, and a protective shroud for the warriors-in-wait that one day will rid the land of its tyrants. Focus, find safe haven, go dark, survive, and then be opportunistic and spontaneous when the need to act arises.

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  TomA
12 days ago

Fog analogy >>>>> smoke analogy

Falcone
Falcone
12 days ago

But there are two realities

In real life, walking around, people are openly talking good things about Trump, and no one is shouting back at them, and this in Los Angeles.

Then there is the internet, and that’s where all this is happening. Another reason why I can’t wait to get to the country and drop out for a time.

Vizzini
Vizzini
12 days ago

A warrant for Ray’s arrest was issued in June 2018 after a grand jury indicted him on a felony charge that he illegally used pepper spray on counterprotesters during the march, according to Phillips.

Only “White Supremacists” get hounded across state lines with this much fervor for illegal use of pepper spray.

Equality under the law. *scoff*

HamburgerToday
HamburgerToday
12 days ago

‘They generate polling that says Trump will lose in a landslide, but the polling also says most people think Trump will win re-election despite it all.’ Funny.

Mikep
Mikep
12 days ago

The nudge! That was David Cameron’s big idea, that and a referendum on Brexit.🤔

trackback
12 days ago

[…] ZMan looks behind the curtains. […]

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
12 days ago

From an accelerationist perspective, there would be nothing better than President Harris at the podium as the country descends into madness. The Alzheimers patient will be sequestered at Camp David (he just loves Camp David so much, he just doesn’t want to leave). We saw her last night. Oh yes, that sour mulatto with do just fine when all the chips are down. There’s nothing about her, literally nothing, that would bring the country together. Whomever is elected will be seen, decades from now, as the one where it all went down. The next term isn’t so much a prize… Read more »

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  JR Wirth
12 days ago

I was using similar analogy this morning. I was telling my wife it reminds me of when my dad used to turn the boat engine off in the middle of the gulf of mexico, and you just bob and bounce and drift around hearing nothing but water against the hull. What this economic shutdown feels like. Now they are trying to restart the engine but’s it flooded. So they wait. Try again. Same thing.

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  Falcone
12 days ago

I despise the establishment in DC. Despise them. But I think this is the year to give them exactly what they want. Hand them all the sand bags for the next few years. To have a solidly Dem Congress, with JoeHoe, in charge. Let’s hope Mis Lindsey gets it too. They think it’ll be like Term 1 Clinton or Term 1 Obama. A rebounding economy with Dems in charge who happened to be in the right place at the right time. They literally think that Clinton and Obama had something to do with the upswings of their first terms instead… Read more »

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  JR Wirth
12 days ago

I don’t think it will faze blacks and mexicans if the country turns to crap. Blacks are used to living in dystopia. Mexicans come from it and will feel back at home.

Why I think I need to get to white area and fast and be around likeminded people who have the same ideas of what a nice town and neighborhood is supposed to be.

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  Falcone
12 days ago

That’s true. Very important for whites to consolidate what’s left regionally. Picking the correct state and county over the coming years is vital. However keep in mind that while both groups are living in crap, neither is used to living in crap with a buckling welfare system (except the first gen brown ones who came over). It’ll practically be like turning off oxygen. And they won’t like it one bit.

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  JR Wirth
12 days ago

You’re right. I forgot about the welfare. Yeah, they ain’t going to like that.

Not. Tat. All.

Another reason to RUN !!!!

B124
B124
Reply to  JR Wirth
12 days ago

They certainly won’t like colder states without whiteys welfare and hospitality.

RoBG
RoBG
Reply to  JR Wirth
12 days ago

JR, they get what they want regardless of what the voters want.

Felix Krull
Member
Reply to  JR Wirth
12 days ago

The next term isn’t so much a prize as.a tar baby.

That’d explain why nobody seems interested in winning the election.

Johnny
12 days ago

The ADL has the Chutzpah to host this bullshit as we speak
https://www.facebook.com/NationalImmigrationForum/videos/1030084684130341

abprosper
abprosper
12 days ago

White Supremacists and correspondingly militias will be the next thing to keep the population roiled up, we’ve been hearing this rubbish for some months and there was just this this article about some alleged plot to kidnap Gov. Whitner. https://www.detroitnews.com/story/news/local/michigan/2020/10/08/feds-thwart-militia-plot-kidnap-michigan-gov-gretchen-whitmer/5922301002/ Stupid, illegal things don’t do them. The problem for them is that message not very effective for a lot of reasons, Latinos could care less (and they actually outnumber Blacks now ) and many see themsleves as and are seen as White Asians act the same way and frankly while the memes are lame and not aimed at us, Woke… Read more »

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  abprosper
12 days ago

If they refuse to publish names and faces of all the alleged kidnappers that is a dead giveaway most of the plotters are all FBI agents and informants. In turn, that means this is another psyop hoax to try and generate votes for Biden in a swing state, courtesy of the agency that just can’t figure out who is running and paying for Antifa antics. Also, recall that Whitmer recently refused to accept the Michigan Supreme Court striking down her edicts and threatened to enforce them via, “other channels of authority.” Of course, the sheeple will swallow the official story… Read more »

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Owlman
Owlman
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
12 days ago

“If they refuse to publish names and faces of all the alleged kidnappers…”

Not so quick. This just in:

Federal Bureau of Investigation Headquarters35 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20535

Head of the Federal Bureau of Investigation Efram Zimbalist, Jr. announced indictments for a plot to kidnap popular Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer. The head of the conspiracy has been identified as Marinus von der Lubbe.

Purple Rain
Purple Rain
Reply to  Owlman
12 days ago

How much do you want to bet the FBI suggested and facilitated the plot?

Alfred Doolittle
Alfred Doolittle
Reply to  Owlman
12 days ago

WGH made a great point, worth keeping in mind for those who organize. The takeaway is that there could be 1 or 2 indiscreet , easily mislead, misguided individuals these spooks target, the undercovers create the criminal plan of action, then they send in their criminal informants to befriend them/pad their numbers to create the illusion of support, the first one or two guys are roped in at this point, and bada boom- Swarm! Swarm! PR news wire: White Supremacist Terrorist Group Busted

Owlman
Owlman
Reply to  Alfred Doolittle
12 days ago

Total no brainer, of course you are correct. Funny thing, a couple of the most Normie normie women in my midst scoffed, that this Whitmer thing was a “setup” upon first hearing about it.

The Eff Bee Aye has zero credibility now. Less than zero.

Look, the cavalcade of lies that poured forth from the face slit of the slattern Harris last night proves that Stalin-esque false accusations, show trials, are coming for Normie and his/her children and grandchildren. Sooner rather than later.