The End Of A Story

Note: I have a new post up behind the green door. This is a review of the next film on the top-100 greatest movies, Unforgiven. I’m a fan of Eastwood, so I’ll probably be doing more posts on his work.


One of the things that was debated on the fringes of politics the last few years is whether this period was a replay of the late-60’s and early 70’s or a replay of the early and mid-60’s. Were we heading to some new and much worse phase of radicalism or was this a rear guard action as this spasm of radicalism burned itself out? Put another way, was this the dawning of the age of Jonquarius or the sunset of the radical awakening that was kicked off in the 2000 election?

The outright theft of the 2020 election tells us that we are probably witnessing the end point of a radical phase, rather than a beginning. The reason, to stick with the historical comparison, is that Trump is clearly Nixon in this drama. The Left, which controls both the aesthetic and the cultural norms of official Washington, reacted to Trump just as their analogs reacted to Nixon a half century ago. They were willing to break every rule to get rid of him and finally did it.

The way they have rid themselves of Trump is interesting for a few reasons. One is that they did it in reverse order this time. For a backward age, in which everything is a deliberate attempt to reboot old franchises, running the old Nixon playbook in reverse suggests the cosmic forces have a sense of style. Instead of rigging an election to keep Nixon out and then impeaching him after he got into Washington, they impeached Trump first and then rigged the election to throw him out.

Those old enough to remember Nixon will recall that long after Nixon was gone, the Left still groused about the man. They made movies trying to portray him as worse than they painted him while in office. They used him as a pejorative when assaulting Republican political opponents. Everything that made lefty sad in the 1980’s was called Nixonian, as if Nixon was the face of evil in the world. Nixon was a great enemy that served them so well, they could not bear to let him go.

You can be sure this will be true of Trump. In order to keep their conservative toadies in line they will be calling them “Trumpian” whenever they dare speak out of turn or show any signs of life. Republicans, of course, will fully embrace the term to police their ranks for anyone that questions the oligarchs. For the political industrial complex, the Trump era will be like a brush with death. It will color their perspective on everything and modify their politics long after Trump has left their midst.

To further bolster the analogy is the fact that Biden is a vegetable. Carter came in after Nixon, but exactly no one in Washington respected carter. They laughed at him to his face and treated him like a servant. They were slightly embarrassed by him, but he was a necessary place holder, so he was tolerated. That’s Biden. He was installed as the nominee and now president because the political class does not know where they go from here, so they put in a place holder.

With Carter, the promise was that all the professional hacks would get their jobs back and begin to rebuild an activist foreign policy and continue remaking the post-industrial economy, while the establishment found some better front men. This is why the neocons were all on the Mumbly Joe bandwagon. They expect to slither back into the foreign policy side and begin preparing for war with Iran next decade. The bankers will get their men back in to restart the globalism process.

The thing to keep in mind with historical analogies is they are never perfect and only a fool gets hung up on that fact. They’re comparisons, not replications. The reason they are useful is people don’t change all that much from generation to generation. The people who pushed out Nixon in the 1970’s are not all that different from the people involved in the coup against Trump. Many were around back then. That means they will react to the aftermath in a similar way.

That said, the differences are important. There is no conservative movement brewing this time to be a useful gatekeeper for the establishment. Conservatism has been so discredited; few Trump supporters will be fooled by their efforts to legitimize the shenanigans that have gone on during Trump. They will try, of course, but the result will be a further discrediting of themselves. Too many people are wise to that game now for it to work on anyone but the extremely stupid.

Further, there is no new thing on the horizon this time. The reason Buckley-style conservatism got off the ground is the people in charge immediately saw it would be a useful foil for them in the charade of democracy. Buckley’s over-the-top Brahman act legitimized conservatism. A vulgar little dwarf like Ben Shapiro is never going to be able to pull that off. The fact is, the bench of Conservative Inc. is full of misfits and mediocrities, best suited for parody, not legitimacy.

The point here is this era is probably not the beginning of the end as many disappointed dissidents would have you believe. There will be no internment camps for racists or truth and reconciliation commissions. Instead of the beginning of the end it is just the end of a cycle of radicalism. Just as the New Left spent their last bit of fervor ejecting Nixon from Washington, our woke crazies of this age have spent themselves now. Their reason to exist is about to leave town.

Further, this may signal the end of another story. That story is the tale of the American Empire that began in the middle of the last century. After conquering Western Europe and much of Asia, the American Empire engaged in a long face-off with the Soviet Empire. Just as the Peloponnesian was a multi-generational affair, the Cold War spanned close to three generations. It changed the culture of America and cast a long shadow after it was over.

The first truly imperial generation rose up in the middle of the last century too. They remade the culture and economy in their image. The story of the last 70 years has been the story of that generation, but just as the empire is in decline, so is that generation. The weird backward-looking nature of modern politics, the endless cycle of reboots and remakes in Hollywood, the stalling of technological advance, all suggest we have reached an end point.

The multi-generational cycle that was kicked off with the start of the Cold War and the struggle between two global empires may be reaching its end. All the old purposes that drove that cycle are gone now. There are no communists. There are no Nazis to hunt as a reminder to remain vigilant. Every battle in the culture war has been won. There is nothing left to do, so the imperial generation has been replaying old fights in a politics of nostalgia, but now their time has come to an end.

That is probably what we are witnessing. The generation that made a fetish of free speech, good government and democracy, is now closing the show with censorship, corruption and now the undermining of democratic legitimacy. They are not doing this because of Trump or what he represents, but as one last replay of a drama that has outlived its reason to exist. It’s fitting that the capstone of this generation’s nostalgia politics will be a man who cannot remember yesterday.

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Felix Krull
Member
2 months ago

The point here is this era is probably not the beginning of the end as many disappointed dissidents would have you believe. 

No, it’s the end of the beginning.

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  Felix Krull
2 months ago

I’d agree. Everyone here and the thousands (maybe millions) of Whites who are beginning to wake up are proof.

Our waking up to the absurdity of our CivNat fantasy and the coming destruction of our people and culture was the opening chapter to this story. That chapter ended Tuesday night.

The next chapter will be DR Whites finding each other and beginning to form groups, however small and seemingly inconsequential. It’s going to be a long, long fight, and it’s only just begun.

Felix Krull
Member
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
2 months ago

Trump was the pied piper, seducing away our people from tribalism by promising a civnat solution, keeping them from looking at reality and coming up with actual alternatives.

But Trump served a purpose. Now the masks are off, now we see the enemy.

David Wright
Member
Reply to  Felix Krull
2 months ago

Masks are off eh? What a choice for a metaphor.

Moran ya Simba
Moran ya Simba
Reply to  David Wright
2 months ago

That actually made me laugh. Thanks, I could use more laughing

ChicagoRodent
ChicagoRodent
Reply to  David Wright
2 months ago

Yeah, nearly everybody here wears the face diaper, whether at home while sleeping alone with her dog or driving solo with the windows up. Karens are everywhere here now, they look positioned to enforce all the new edicts.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  ChicagoRodent
2 months ago

It’s the post-economy economy: when one half makes a living watching the other half. Karen and Ken are auditioning!

https://www.frontpagemag.com/fpm/2020/10/city-killing-america-daniel-greenfield/

Member
Reply to  Alzaebo
2 months ago

I’m sure the working class “essential” workers will not mind at all the thought of their taxes going to keep a vast class of masked Karens and fancy soybois in their Amazon packages and grocery deliveries.

Then again, those of us who do have those “essential” jobs will have a new derisive term for our useless neighbors.

Last edited 2 months ago by pozymandias
Vizzini
Vizzini
Reply to  pozymandias
2 months ago

Or an old term. “Eloi.” I hope they’re tasty.

H.G. Wells was wrong. The Morlocks were the good guys.

Last edited 2 months ago by Vizzini
Bill Mullins
Member
Reply to  Vizzini
2 months ago

H.G. Wells was wrong. The Morlocks were the good guys.

Agreed. The Eloi were beautiful – but so is a ripe apple.

Evil Sandmich
Reply to  Alzaebo
2 months ago

I don’t expect a lot from the CivNat Jews over at Frontpage but that’s still a pretty dumb article.

Vizzini
Vizzini
Reply to  Evil Sandmich
2 months ago

How so? He seems generally on-target to me.

Range Front Fault
Range Front Fault
Reply to  ChicagoRodent
2 months ago

We surely could use more neighbors like you and yours here in Southern Utah. About 30% not masked up in stores and rare to see and old fart or Karen masked up in car. If masked up strolling along the canyon, then walking while Asian. Like all the Intermountain West, we are being overrun with Californicates. Would love to start the following advertising campaign: Remember the Church didn’t let blacks in until 1978 (picture of Bull Connor)….we haven’t changed. Women are kept barefoot and pregnant and canning food. Forget about the booze. Follow the Prophet. This is sheep country. The… Read more »

Time Maschen
Time Maschen
Reply to  Range Front Fault
2 months ago

This post has boomer fed written all over it. Is that you Lineman?

“We surely could use more neighbors like you and yours here in Southern Utah.”

“Remember the Church didn’t let blacks in until 1978 (picture of Bull Connor)….we haven’t changed. Women are kept barefoot and pregnant and canning food.”

“Maybe that advert campaign will hold back the human tide. Wishful thinking. Move here anyway.”

How many stereotypes can you fit into one post?

Range Front Fault
Range Front Fault
Reply to  Time Maschen
2 months ago

My tail is wagging. What a nice complement!

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  Time Maschen
2 months ago

So Lineman and Range are feds? Or you are incapable of humor and sarcasm? Been here long?

Guest
Guest
Reply to  Penitent Man
2 months ago

”Maschen”

People obsessed with Feds have guilty consciences, usually chemically enhanced.

Felix Krull
Member
Reply to  Time Maschen
2 months ago

<i>Is that you Lineman?</i>

Hehe…

Welcome to Z-Man, fren. Take your time, make yourself at home, get to know people, that sort of thing.

Tirel
Tirel
Member
Reply to  ChicagoRodent
2 months ago

Z is very smart and well read, but there has beeen nothing like Covid, except a war. Maybe it will fade out and we can take off these masks. I dont wear one and am limited to only a few places. A Karen called me an ass hole the other day. I told her to mind her business.

Bill Mullins
Member
Reply to  Tirel
2 months ago

Maybe [Covid] will fade out and we can take off these masks. 

Not a chance. Biden has already promised to put us back into total lockdown. Figure on the lefts following Boris Johnson’s current recipe but aiming to make him look like a moderate.

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  Felix Krull
2 months ago

Yes, Trump was the ultimate colorblind CivNat, though a CivNat with a nationalist, populist heart, much like so many American Whites.

And he was hated with a white-hot passion by the establishment on both sides and, ultimately, driven from office.

That was Trump’s great service to our cause. Millions of American Whites finally saw how much they are hated by the elite, how the GOP is not their party and how far the other side will go to destroy them.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
2 months ago

The engineering of his destruction and ultimate defeat also forced Whites to realize how impotent they are and how fraudulent the system is that oppresses them.

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Jack Dobson
2 months ago

“Engineering” is a very nice way of saying “ballot stuffing” 😉

Lends it a nice air of sophistication and intelligence to Laquisha and Tyrone stuffing papers they can’t read into boxes

Last edited 2 months ago by Falcone
Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Falcone
2 months ago

Tyrone? That’s so 1982. Try Xzy’Kwei’shious.

Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
2 months ago

Here is what you do. Carry a penknife and a Sharpie. Write or scratch a “T” into all the nooks and crannies, and all the small places in the areas you find yourself in. Trigger these people, all day, every day. Drive them nuts. For them, the Trump “T” is akin to a swastika. Do it, use it, mess with them.

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  Dutch
2 months ago

Or “Cannon Hinnant”

The Russia Hand
The Russia Hand
Reply to  Penitent Man
2 months ago

Well, after carving several Cannon Hinnant’s you may as well just woodwork an elaborate china cabinet. Less chance of arrest, too.

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  The Russia Hand
2 months ago

Homemade stickers. Permanent ink. Juvenile, but an easy minor strike. Bombard.

Screwtape
Screwtape
Reply to  Penitent Man
2 months ago

A Cannon Hinnant sticker is the perfect addition to all the “Say their names” BLM yard propaganda.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Dutch
2 months ago

Not a bad idea, Dutch. I think I’m gonna do that.

Ripple
Ripple
Reply to  Dutch
2 months ago

Or T45

TimothyS
TimothyS
Reply to  Dutch
2 months ago

I don’t think Graffiti will be the new samizdat.
However, I think the old method of the old-fashioned paper pamphlets could make a come-back as the digital oligarchs consolidate their empire. They are becoming much more sophisticated at intercepting and limiting the reach of information. As we see on many dissident websites, they can even cut off credit card or visa donations.

Montefrío
Member
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
2 months ago

One thing y’all might try is to stop using the word “elite” to describe moneyed folks, parvenues, Proust-reading pseudo-intellectuals, Frankfurt-schooled twerps and so on. Want real “elite”? Try Erik von Kuehnelt-Leddihn, whose work was introduced to me by one-time neighbor WFB, Jr., whom I greatly respected until I saw him walking hand in hand with David Niven on the riprap. Sigh.

Member
Reply to  Montefrío
2 months ago

I’ve been wanting such a word for years to describe these kinds of people. Around here there’re the type who would post on FB about how they were going down to Powell’s Books to “do some writing”. If you walked past the store (watch for needles and human feces…) you would see them scrunched over Macbooks (what’s a PC?) wearing their little caps, berets, and other pretentious headgear…

Hmmm…. Perhaps, The Non-Essentials.

Montefrío
Member
Reply to  pozymandias
2 months ago

That’ll do, but I still like plain ol’ “twerps”.Has a nice simple ring to it.”‘Mo bait”· ain’t bad either. Jumpin’ Jeebus, where did they all come from? Pants ’em all, sez I!

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Montefrío
2 months ago

Dorks.

Mockingbird
Reply to  pozymandias
2 months ago

The Non-Essentials.

I like that.

Anonymousse
Anonymousse
Reply to  Montefrío
2 months ago

Well no one is allowed to say “jews” anymore

Lanky
Lanky
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
2 months ago

It used to be “fightin’ words” for one black person to call another black person “black.” Then, it became a point of pride. While our struggle will definitely be different, I think we’re going to see the same sort of dynamic. Simply dismissing someone as “white” will become ineffective, then absurd, and finally, self-defeating.

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  Lanky
2 months ago

I said something to my mother of all people the other day. (She’s an old-school CivNat type.) I told her that the difference between me and her was that I have a people and she doesn’t. She said that of course, she has a people, she’s an American, Americans are her people. I laughed said anyone can become an American, it’s just a piece of paper. It the Mexican who can barely speak English “your people?” Is the black in Detroit who hates you “your people?” Those blacks and Hispanics sure as hell don’t see you as “their” people, so… Read more »

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
2 months ago

Where we have a people, CivNats have many a fond memory. And they will die with them

Not much we can do at this point, unfortunately. Theirs was a great life in a great country. People never let those kinds of memories go.

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  Falcone
2 months ago

That great life was paid for by their White nationalist ancestors.

CivNats are clueless trust fund kids hoping the money doesn’t run before they die.

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
2 months ago

I get. I know. But they’re our people too and we have move on. Let them reminisce. We all have work to do.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
2 months ago

One of my favorite local Mexican restaurants closed about six months ago. A casualty of the pandemic, I assumed. Today I discovered, to my delight, that they’d re-opened. Menus still the same. This is pure conjecture, but I’m wondering if they pulled a fast one on the government — perhaps “borrowed” one of the loans that didn’t have to be paid back if it went to payroll. If so, pretty slick. They may not be “my people” but the food is good. Today’s racial let-down, in the same plaza, was two young black males and a pregnant white-ish woman entering… Read more »

Anonymousse
Anonymousse
Reply to  Ben the Layabout
2 months ago

Black people know better than to eat at black restaurants. Black waiters know black customers are demanding and don’t tip. Black people also know better than to go to black doctors. Black people also know better than to leave things unattended around black people.

Black people, real black people, not grievance studies mulattos and shynelocks like Smollet and Kapernick… real black people are hardcore race realists. Little known to white shitlibs who only know white presenting talented tenth diversity hire types

Last edited 2 months ago by Anonymousse
TimothyS
TimothyS
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
2 months ago

Another example of the incoherence of civnats: When a non-white here in Canada says “my country”, or “back home” they are, as a rule, referring to their country of ethnic origin.

Montefrío
Member
Reply to  Lanky
2 months ago

There was a wonderful calypso song about a black guy who was constantly attacked by other blacks simply by intoducing himself. His name? Erasmus B. Black.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Montefrío
2 months ago

Tank you Mon! I listen to de song now. Sort of like a Johnny Cash “A Boy Named Sue” for the people of a darker hue 😀

ronehjr
ronehjr
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
2 months ago

Not only has this been happening, they are already fighting each other too.

B125
B125
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
2 months ago

Redpilling on other topics is easier after this vote fraud debacle. A normiecon I know is outraged at the theft. When you realize the gov is willing to steal millions of votes, suddenly the great replacement doesn’t seem implausible.

The Dem response isn’t the response of a party that wants to control tax policy or save the individual mandate. It’s the response of a parasite that is killing your people, desperate to keep the blood flowing.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  B125
2 months ago

I hope Guilliani has the sense to turn over the Hunter Biden hard drive image to Wikileaks or some other entity that will make it available. If the FBI sat on this for a year and a half, for damn sure they’re not going to investigate a (likely) sitting President.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Felix Krull
2 months ago

You are so right, Felix. Trump was the Last CivNat, and the war on him and outright election fraud to put a dementia patient into office has forced so many Whites to wake up. It is especially glorious the election theft is ongoing in broad daylight and people realize how impotent they are to stop it. It wasn’t Trump, per se, who was the accelerationist. It was how the Establishment Left reacted to him. His election was the ’68 Prague Spring, crushed successfully for thirty years but ultimately triumphant. We are on our way there, and if the State loses… Read more »

Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  Jack Dobson
2 months ago

“You chose a dementia patient to be the most powerful person in the world. What could possibly go wrong?”.

My stock answer to all of this.

Anonymousse
Anonymousse
Reply to  Dutch
2 months ago

We’d be better off with a dementia patient as president.

The real president is (((the people))) behind Biden that write all the words he always garbles attempting to read. They’re clever alright but we’ve got massive empirical evidence that they’ll be so noxious, arrogant, and grasping that they’ll eventually get themselves expelled or worse.

With a hundred and nine vs zero record I’ll take the safe bet and assume they’ll get theirs soon enough.

Bill Mullins
Member
Reply to  Dutch
2 months ago

I wouldn’t worry about it. Doopey/Gropey Joe will be skinny dipping in the pool while Kameltoe is actually acting as POTUS, Of course, that will only last a couple of months or so until Kameltoe pulls a 25th Amendment coup and Joe gets to go back to his own pool.

Moran ya Simba
Moran ya Simba
Reply to  Jack Dobson
2 months ago

In thirty years there will be a ‘free Zimbabwe-cum-Mexico-w-a-little-Afghanistan on the Mississippi’?? That’s really consoling to know.

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Jack Dobson
2 months ago

He and my dad were that Mohammed Ali generation. A generation of whites who as young men served and worked with blacks after WWII and developed a general fondness for them, often expressed in an admiration for Ali

With Trump in 2016 I made a comment at Breitbart that didn’t go over too well but called Trump a Jogger Lover. In many ways, Trump is that. To my dad’s credit, he never went that far and lately doesn’t have many kind words for blacks.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Falcone
2 months ago

Ha. My late Dad loved Trump and while he didn’t particularly dislike blacks he was realistic about them, which is where I am. I assured him America was too far gone to save but Trump would force many people to realize it. He died before that became obvious. Again, Trump’s greatest achievement was inadvertent.

David
David
Reply to  Falcone
2 months ago

Great comment. Fits my dad to a T.

Anonymousse
Anonymousse
Reply to  Falcone
2 months ago

I’d like a website of nothing but tales of why various people got booted by Breitbart comments.

I had a real long run but eventually got the axe for pointing out the crazy prominence of certain last names that headlined their daily “crazy liberal does X outrageous unamerican thing” pieces

Got an awful lot of thumbs up though… normie right actually gets a bad name sometimes, lots of them are catching on too… everyone just knows what you’re allowed to publicly notice.

Felix Krull
Member
Reply to  Anonymousse
2 months ago

I’d like a website of nothing but tales of why various people got booted by Breitbart comments.

Kikes.

You could check out the Dissenter comments – Breitbart is one of the only sites with a sort of working Dissenter community of Breitbart exiles.

gkruz
gkruz
Reply to  Falcone
2 months ago

Blacks were still in segregated units in WW2, so few Whites served with them. My dad was a WW2 vet, so-called Greatest Gen, and he had no use for blacks, an attitude that most of the guys in his factory shared. Growing up in the 60s, I don’t recall any adult male ever expressing any fondness for blacks (or niggers, as they were still casually called then), especially the arrogant, cocky, draft-dodging Ali. Maybe your dad was a college-grad liberal, hence his “general fondness” for the species, but there was no love lost on them in the blue collar world.

Barnard
Barnard
2 months ago

Andy McCarthy doing his best to serve his new overlords at National Review today.
https://www.nationalreview.com/2020/11/when-vote-fraud-is-claimed-question-always-is-did-it-make-a-difference/
He wasn’t the one I would have bet money on to make “The Conservative Case for Voter Fraud” at National Review. If you can’t prove fraud equal to or exceeding the margin of victory, it is no big deal to Andy. I’m sure Rich Lowry gave him a pat on the head and said, “good boy” after he submitted this one.

Chet Rollins
Chet Rollins
Reply to  Barnard
2 months ago

Many dissidents fantasize about giving shit-libs the rope. I can’t imagine the punishment they fantasize for guys like this.

Barnard
Barnard
Reply to  Chet Rollins
2 months ago

National Review comments are limited to subscribers. Even their subscribers aren’t buying this BS. Fox News is going to become totally dependent on globohomo corporate after this election. In the event Trump does lose, I would look for him to start some independent streaming service and watch the FOX talent that is loyal to him, Hannity, Kilmeade, Ingraham eventually leave to join it. Tucker owns his own studio in Maine and can do his own thing if he doesn’t want to join, Fox will have CNN level ratings by the time the 2024 election comes around, but at least no… Read more »

Matrix
Matrix
Reply to  Barnard
2 months ago

Has anyone else been disappointed in the direction Tucker has been heading lately? Or am I wrong on this observation?

RoBG
RoBG
Reply to  Matrix
2 months ago

He’s an employee of a network who loves his family. He understands how this world works. He’s crossed the divide from Libertarian Civ-Nat to Populist-Nationalist. TBH, maybe that’s a good thing. Most people dip their toe in the water before they dive into the deep end.

Anonymousse
Anonymousse
Reply to  RoBG
2 months ago

Yeah, it’s possible to massively overdose on red pills. Owen Benjamin (who I actually like a lot, despite his excesses) was nibbling around the edges for a bit, bringing along a huge audience… but then jumped right off a cliff into maximum badthink and got unpersoned.

There’s a very rare sort of person that is willing to follow the truth the absolute bitter end without any psychological self defense mechanism

Captain Obvious
Captain Obvious
Reply to  Matrix
2 months ago

Has anyone else been disappointed in the direction Tucker has been heading lately? Last night, Tucker was magnificent for about 90 seconds during his monologue. Then he handed off the ball to existential boomer meta-cuck Victor Davis Hansen, and the Frankfurt School sanhedrin [tasked by the Mossad with keeping an eye on Tucker] started laughing so hard that they began choking on the blood which they were sipping from their wine stems. For Christ’s sake, Tucker is [or “was”] BFFs with child-raping crack-cocaine-smoking international-money-laundering Hunter Biden. I might glance at his show tonight, but as far as I can tell,… Read more »

Tirel
Tirel
Member
Reply to  Captain Obvious
2 months ago

VDH sounded like Biden. He rambled. I was talking with someone today about Fox. If Fox was part of the scam, tucker either has to change, in which case I’ll stop watching, or he will have to leave. Either way, his career may over soon

Tirel
Tirel
Member
Reply to  Captain Obvious
2 months ago

And, its about class not race,, we are. Always told.

Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  Chet Rollins
2 months ago

Trigger these people, lay it on them. “You chose a dementia patient for the job, you own the results. All of it. It’s all because of you, it is on your shoulders”. Don’t let them forget it.

Or put another way, “You rejected a capable and competent guy who was full of himself and a bit of an ass, for an incompetent dementia patient who doesn’t send out rude tweets at midnight. Nice to see where your priorities lie”.

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Dutch
2 months ago

Yep. I say the same thing. Trump was at least a capable and competent executive or captain of the ship. Obama and now Biden/Harris are going to run the ship into the ground, stalling the economy, no clue how to get back into the open water. and maybe the Titanic analogy will come into play.

B125
B125
Reply to  Falcone
2 months ago

Interesting question re: incompetence vs malice

It is easy to jump to the malice explanation. But I look at how insane and out of touch the goodwhites at work are, for instance. Them running a country would be a disaster just like Obama.

I think it’s a mix of both, its also just what happens when you neuter your alpha males.

Bill Mullins
Member
Reply to  B125
2 months ago

Agreed. Never attribute to malice what can reasonably (and easily) be attributed to simple incompetence and/or stupidity.

Anonymousse
Anonymousse
Reply to  Falcone
2 months ago

The economy is not the problem, every billionaire in the tank for Biden (aka: all billionaires) will happily join some advisory board or other and give sensible enough advice to keep corporate profits flowing and the market up. The thing that’s going to bring it all down is multiculturalism and degeneracy in general. I supported Trump but truthfully America has been steaming towards an iceberg regardless of who is in charge. If every member of the screen actors guild, and all mainstream journalists were expelled or hung we might get back on track. But in terms of realistic human alternatives,… Read more »

gkruz
gkruz
Reply to  Falcone
2 months ago

They’ll run it aground on purpose, not due to incompetence. Well, not in Harris’ case, at least. Subversion and revolution is their goal not a byproduct.

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  Dutch
2 months ago

After this coup settles down and the initial stock market bump, due to unrealistic optimism at regime change flares… I’ll be moving the 401k to conservative positions. I suggest y’all do the same. The economy is going to get rocky. Get your house in order. Eliminate debt. Maintain your health. Make the moves you need to make now. “I’ll do it a little later” isn’t wise.

CompscI
CompscI
Reply to  Penitent Man
2 months ago

I’d add, if possible, have a little cash or commodities to exchange in case SHTF and you need to get out of Dodge quickly. In a crisis, you may either not have access to bank accounts, credit, etc., or such will simply not get you anything useful.

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  CompscI
2 months ago

I’ve always been a fan of silver. Smaller transactions and even the unfamiliar with a cell phone can check the daily value. Always keep a fair amount in hand.

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3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  Penitent Man
2 months ago

Penitent Man, hope you and yours are well. My husband has expressed a different view re debt. In a homogeneous world of honorable White men, no question. In clownworld, why hurry? Pay your mortgage or on a car that could be repossessed, but use your credit to buy necessary preparations. When the economy truly gets rocky, what are they going to ‘repossess’? That type of thrift is another White habit that doesn’t apply where everyone is getting what they can from the dying corpse of the economy.

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  3g4me
2 months ago

3g4me, We are well Ma’am, thanks for the inquiry. The teens need to be back in school, they’ve been champs but quasi-isolation has been a trial for them and Mrs. P. My work puts me out in the back-country so I dont get the covid cabin fever. I’m away in nature, and largely wonderfully alone, so when I go into a store in town I inevitably have to walk back to my car and grab the forgotten mask because the pandemic nonsense is so much background noise. God is good to me. About your husband’s theory. I’ve encountered its like… Read more »

WCiv...---...
WCiv...---...
Reply to  3g4me
2 months ago

With regard to debt. Consider the national debt and it’s profligate printing of money. Isn’t rampant inflation sure to follow? In which case a 30 year mortgage at 3% looks like a good idea. You can get a 5 year car loan now for 0%.

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Educated.redneck
Educated.redneck
Reply to  Chet Rollins
2 months ago

The Brass Bull.

StanP
StanP
Reply to  Chet Rollins
2 months ago
Member
Reply to  Chet Rollins
2 months ago

Butt stuff. It’s butt stuff. Hot sauce is involved…

Captain Obvious
Captain Obvious
Reply to  Chet Rollins
2 months ago

[i]I can’t imagine the punishment they fantasize for guys like this.[/i]

That’s correct. You can’t.

And until existential meta-cucks such as yourself spend some quality time in That Dark Place, and rework your Inner Frames to those of a psychopathic Stone Cold Killer, your ancestors’ bloodlines will continue their collapse into extinction.

PS: It’s not a fantasy. It either happens, and happens soon, or else the entire White race goes extinct.

Anonymousse
Anonymousse
Reply to  Captain Obvious
2 months ago

That’s a little dramatic. There’s kind of a big gap between (((globalists))) want white [christians] eliminated and it happening. Even if the country collapses and even if the entire west collapses we are an incredibly resourceful and hard people (once a little chaff burns off). They intend the worst but they won’t succeed. It’s just a question of how miserable we will get before we turn it around. Your ancestors didn’t stand astride the world by accident. What have their ancestors done? Grasped at gold coins and little schemes? They’re no match for us and they never have been, that’s… Read more »

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Captain Obvious
Captain Obvious
Reply to  Anonymousse
2 months ago

There’s kind of a big gap between (((globalists))) want white [christians] eliminated and it happening.

(((The Tribe))) starved to death 10 MILLION White Christians in the Holodomor without even blinking an eye.

“Well, there is no famine.”

So either you’re JIDF, or else you’re a 70-some-odd-year-old existential boomer metacuck who has about 24 hours to stop being the worthless teenager he was back in the 1960s and instead grow some nads and start thinking about how the he11 he’s gonna protect his b1oodlines in the coming s1aughter.

Anonymousse
Anonymousse
Reply to  Captain Obvious
2 months ago

You’re going past carried away and edging towards full wignat stupid now. Are you a teenager? If so the excess is excusable. I’m ABSOLUTELY aware of (((their))) crimes both current and historical. I’ve been banned from just about every normie tier site for saying as much. But pointless blackpilling and demoralization is a different thing. Of course (((bolsheviks))) murdered millions of christians. But who got expelled and who rules Russia today? Thinking of them as invincible and omniscient is both mistaken and self defeating. They’re clever and absolutely unprincipled, the Book says their father is the devil and they are… Read more »

Bilejones
Member
Reply to  Chet Rollins
2 months ago

The wood chipper.
One extremity at a time.

Moe Noname
Moe Noname
Reply to  Barnard
2 months ago

I have not even thought to check for news or opinion from National Review since their “Against Cheeto Hitler” issue. Kind of sad: my “Alex P. Keaton” preppy self and opinions were formed by those people.
It can’t be said enough: thank you, Mr. Z-Man for your writing and hosting of this site.

Cory
Cory
Reply to  Moe Noname
2 months ago

I started reading National Review when I was 13. And then I grew up and Jonah Goldberg took over. Years ago he replied to a complaint of mine with a very nasty email. Later I found out that Nat’l Review as a false front all along.

TomA
TomA
Reply to  Barnard
2 months ago

The silverlining in an overt, in-your-face, theft of a presidential election is that everyone knows that the rule of law is officially dead and it’s anything goes from now on. The ends justifies the means is the new USA anthem. Yes, the elites will use Jackboots to try to keep this as a DC only entitlement, but that just means that the plebs must get smarter. It’s one thing for Antifa losers to go rogue and burn down a few cities. But turn loose the average working Joe to reek havoc and it’s a whole new ballgame. Let the games… Read more »

Anonymousse
Anonymousse
Reply to  TomA
2 months ago

Been thinking the same, the US government is fundamentally illegitimate now. Interested in laws only to the extent that they incidentally correspond with my personal morality or when the potential punishment cost is a practical consideration.

Encouraging family to think along same lines. It’s time decent white people stopped being the only ones bound by the rules.

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Captain Obvious
Captain Obvious
Reply to  Anonymousse
2 months ago

> Been thinking the same, the US government is fundamentally illegitimate now.

Once you get beyond the tragic aspect, it’s remarkably liberating to embrace the Truth of it all: We don’t have to play by the Marquess of Queensberry rules anymore!

Finally, we get to take off the gloves.

LOLing.

Herzog
Herzog
Reply to  TomA
2 months ago

Let’s hope he wreaks havoc more than reeks it.

CompscI
CompscI
Reply to  Barnard
2 months ago

Interesting. Fraud, even the obvious potential for fraud, in any election is deadly. It robs the election of perceived legitimacy. When the election results are not perceived as legitimate, there are no longer any grounds for public cooperation with the results. Anyone disputing that simple fact is a disingenuous grifter, but then what else are we to expect from the National Review? To attempt to “prove” the validity of the election by arguing “too little” fraud to make a difference. Is the equivalent of arguing how much dog shit spoils your store bought ice cream. Truly only intellectual lightweights write… Read more »

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DLS
DLS
Reply to  CompscI
2 months ago

Even if the uncovered fraud wasn’t enough to change the results, there is likely double the amount that was well hidden. It’s like my Dad said after he spanked me for something that he later found out wasn’t my fault, “Well, I’m sure you got away with something else I don’t know about.”

Chet Rollins
Chet Rollins
2 months ago

Not as blackpilled, as this battle is not over yet.
If Trump takes the battle to the bitter end, cajoling the State Legislatures to reject the results and put in Trump electors due to an outright theft and wins, he will be seen as a figure on par with the founding fathers.
It would be fitting too, since it would be a new American Revolution.
This is a PR battle now, and the media is far more discredited than the 70’s, and no one is under the illusion Big Tech is playing fair.

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Evil Sandmich
Reply to  Chet Rollins
2 months ago

Trump can, and should, bring down executive-level violence on to the faudsters. My safe bet is that he won’t; he has a strong track record of talking big and then going in to hiding so that his followers can take the full brunt of the system’s wrath. If he puts some people against the wall here my ears might perk up, but otherwise it’s…all so tiresome.

G Lordon Giddy
G Lordon Giddy
Reply to  Evil Sandmich
2 months ago

Exactly Trump has had his chance to actually actt against his enemies.Trump is like the guy at the end of the bar who just continues to talk. A lot of what he says is right but when it comes time to go outside and put up the fists he folds.

DLS
DLS
Reply to  G Lordon Giddy
2 months ago

I am torn over whether Trump appoints swamp people who betray him, because they are the only “experts” available, or if he is all talk, while living swampy himself (see “if only the Czar knew”).

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  G Lordon Giddy
2 months ago

Trump catches more slings and arrows in a single hour than you or I do in an entire lifetime, and yet he’s still in the White House and giving it his best. Don’t be such an ingrate.

Montefrío
Member
Reply to  Evil Sandmich
2 months ago

His followers do pretty much the same: humph-phoomph. To quote social commentater supreme and immortal James Brown: “Like a dull knife, just ain’t cuttin´’/ just talkin’ loud and sayin’ nothin'”.

B125
B125
Reply to  Evil Sandmich
2 months ago

There are positive signs right now. For instance the flash mobs they’re putting up in philly and phoenix.

However in the end of this election arc you’re most likely right.

In the long run normiecons will become blackpilled though, until november 4 at 3am they still believed in the legitimacy of the system, hence reducing their desire for violence.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Evil Sandmich
2 months ago

There is no place to hide and this is a zero sum game. Don’t underestimate what Trump might do when backed into a corner

Member
Reply to  Chet Rollins
2 months ago

I’m just going keep saying “President Trump” for the next 4 years no matter what. I think we also need to put together a small pamphlet sized “Chronicle of The Fraud of 2020”. As Creepy Joe said, this is the largest vote fraud ever and is operating in multiple states. We need a few simple talking points for normies. I’m already getting the different counties, names, and states mixed up and the crimes are still going on of course. Perception is everything. We need to de-legitimize Biden from the start and keep telling people that Trump is President.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Chet Rollins
2 months ago

Say whatever you like about Trump, but he’s pugnacious as hell. He will fight this coup with every means at his disposal and will probably invent a few of his own. And, if all else fails, he may just call us out into the streets with our AKs and Molotov cocktails. I’m simply awaiting the go signal.

Andy Texan
Reply to  Chet Rollins
2 months ago

I can’t see why he would not sic the federal marshals on the low level fraudsters and begin rolling up the demonRat party.

Tirel
Tirel
Member
Reply to  Chet Rollins
2 months ago

I think he will

Guest
Guest
2 months ago

I’m counting China as the biggest winner here. China owns Biden. He is so compromised that the Chinese essentially have the golden ticket to disregard American positions and interests. Look for China to make significant moves on Taiwan during the Biden administration. The US will bark, but we’ll do nothing.

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  thezman
2 months ago

Monroe Doctrine time. If that’s what you’re getting at, I’m all in.

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  Paintersforms
2 months ago

Staying within the western hemisphere? What a luxury.

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  JR Wirth
2 months ago

Why not? Not minding our own business got us in this mess. African slaves, foreign entanglements, mass immigration, etc. It WOULD be a luxury to be more inward-looking for a while.

Montefrío
Member
Reply to  JR Wirth
2 months ago

It has two halves: El SurTambién Existe and the Chinese are making their move.

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  thezman
2 months ago

Yes. And all these countries have big problems of their own. Big countries have big problems. We’re terrified of minding our own business and taking care of our own problems.

OrangeFrog
OrangeFrog
Reply to  JR Wirth
2 months ago

We’re terrified of minding our own business and taking care of our own problems.

That’s the stuff. Many a wokist would have been stifled if they’d just thought along these lines. Works for a country, works for a person.

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  thezman
2 months ago

Yeah, I can’t understand people’s obsession (even around here) with China and Russia.

Are the Chinese going to put blacks down the street from me?

Are the Russians going to force me to admit my White privilege in order to keep my job?

Are Iranians going to flood my land with 3rd world trash?

Big Truck Guy
Big Truck Guy
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
2 months ago

This is one of many reasons the civic nationalist right always fails.

The GOP always leads Big Truck guy astray so he’s distracted with “CCP out of Americuh!” instead of paying attention to what his daughter is doing in college, why his church is moving in the Somalians down the block, which “nonprofit” is making him take CRT at work, which corporation is pushing Oxycontin on him, and who is pushing for war—and the resulting refugees—with Iran.

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
2 months ago

No but China will normalize and mainstream a shoddy work product. That’s what pisses me off about China to no end. They have no SHAME about making cheap crap that breaks in a few weeks. I can’t stand them

Drew
Drew
Reply to  Falcone
2 months ago

So buy American. Or European if you prefer. Quality products are always for sale, just not always in the bargain stores.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Drew
2 months ago

Or buy less, a lot less!

Hunters, get those gatherers and their instincts under control.

-“Honey, we’re suffocating, we need more room. How can you and the girls help get us there”

-“Hey honey, instead of shopping, let’s go see the balloon parade”

“I got the u-haul, we can drop off all the goodwill stuff and the rest to the dump so we never have to mess with it again”

“Write it down on the list, the maybe later list”

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Member
Reply to  Drew
2 months ago

The Chinese are good at getting their shit into the supply chain using fake branding. Made in America means Probably Made in America these days. The Chinese degrade the quality of everything this way in the same way counterfeit undermines currency.

Alfred Dolittle
Alfred Dolittle
Reply to  Falcone
2 months ago

Ditto, The Chinese are evil, dog eating heathens. I ‘hate’ them racially, personally, even if I like them better than joggers, Puerto Rican’s, and white liberals. Like the Muslims, they have a lot of pro masculine world views, and I will ally with them in 4d chess, but they are disgusting heathens when it comes down to it. They make me throw up in my mouth, as a nation.

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Vizzini
Vizzini
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
2 months ago

Every time some normiecon starts railing about what China is doing to the Uighurs, I tell them, “I don’t care about the Uighurs. I don’t know any. They’re half a world away. What I do know is that at the current pace, in a 100 years, China will still be China and full of Chinese, but the US as we know it will be gone and in its place will be some shitty country run by brown people and the descendants of the founders will be a despised minority. Worry about what’s happening here, not there.”

Whiskey
Whiskey
Reply to  Vizzini
2 months ago

The treatment of the Uighurs and the Social Credit System to tyrannize people in China is cited by a model by the Super Woke, Anti-Fa, Soros, Robert Reich, Ilhan Omar, AOC, and Chucky Schemer for what they can do to you.

Vizzini
Vizzini
Reply to  Whiskey
2 months ago

All we have do do then is not be China, not let China own us and have an enormous trade deficit with us, not meddle in China.

Whiskey
Whiskey
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
2 months ago

China wishes to be the only maker of things. China is your enemy as it wants to construct its own East Asia Co Prosperity Sphere and reduce all other places to colonial status with no other industrial power existing on the planet. They are quite clear on this. China is objectively bad for us as the camps for the Uighurs are cited as a model by people who will be running things in a few months. Like Robert Reich. China gives people unhealthy ideas like the social credit system. Communist Tyranny? There’s an app for that! Putin is positioned to… Read more »

Anonymousse
Anonymousse
Reply to  Whiskey
2 months ago

Putin should announce an amnesty for conservative Christian whites fleeing persecution following a coup. Would make liberal heads explode and I think there’s a few that would take him up on it.

ProZNoV
ProZNoV
Reply to  thezman
2 months ago

Except for immigration, I appreciated then-candidate Trump’s line about “Why are we still in NATO when the USSR collapsed 25 years ago?” more than any other policy position.

It’s infantalized Europe and made them incredibly weak, feminized, and unserious. I don’t want the US to go to war for them now, and I sure won’t want the US to go to war for them in 30 years when they’re just another Muslim sheet-hole conglomeration of ex-nations.

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Gwithian
Gwithian
Reply to  ProZNoV
2 months ago

“made them incredibly weak, feminized, and unserious”
American, heal thyself.

ProZNoV
ProZNoV
Reply to  Gwithian
2 months ago

Snort! Point taken.

skeptic16
skeptic16
Member
Reply to  ProZNoV
2 months ago

Why are we defending Europe’s borders when Europe is allowing unchecked immigration while at the same time we are not defending our own borders against similar unchecked immigration?

Hun
Hun
Reply to  skeptic16
2 months ago

The causality is the other way around. There would be no unchecked immigration to Europe if it weren’t for US/NATO presence on the continent.

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sentry
sentry
Reply to  skeptic16
2 months ago

Why are we defending Europe’s borders when Europe…
cause israelites hate russia, they want it surrounded by enemies and they want to stop russians from influencing european politics.

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Felix Krull
Member
Reply to  skeptic16
2 months ago

Why are we defending Europe’s borders

You’re not.

Member
Reply to  ProZNoV
2 months ago

America and Europe have a weird and very unhealthy symbiosis. American Leftist look at Europe’s socialism and try to adopt it here. They take ideas like socialized medicine and apply them to the US without taking race, ethnicity, or the huge influence of the pharma industry into account. Then you end up with disasters like Obamacare. At the same time, European globalists open their borders like America did thinking they’ll get access to cheap labor. This didn’t exactly work well here where we got millions of unskilled Latin peasants, drugs, and AOC. When they do this same trick, they get… Read more »

Felix Krull
Member
Reply to  ProZNoV
2 months ago

Western Europe (except France) is under de facto US military occupation. If you want to allow us to defend ourselves (like France does), we’re going to need nukes. (Like France). Lots of them. Is that a price you’re willing to pay for not “defending” Europe? For the monies Denmark send to the US military-industrial complex, we could field a handful of subs with nuclear-tipped cruise missiles and we’d be inviolate from any attack. If you ask me, I prefer the old, non-proliferation world order, even if it means having to rely on the US nuclear umbrella and listen to Americans… Read more »

CompscI
CompscI
Reply to  Felix Krull
2 months ago

Nukes are more trouble than they are worth. If you think you can blow up, say Russian cities, because they had a division roll over your border, then you’ve simply signed a suicide pact. The numbers will never work out in your favor.

But I like the idea of US leaving Europe.

Felix Krull
Member
Reply to  CompscI
2 months ago

<i>you’ve simply signed a suicide pact.</i>

That’s how a nuclear deterrent work. It’s not about winning, it’s about making sure the other guy loses as well.

Doug
Doug
Reply to  thezman
2 months ago

You may not be interested in war, but war is interested in you.

Question is, are we prepared to live with China on both our Northern and Southern borders?

Screwtape
Screwtape
Reply to  Doug
2 months ago

Borders?

Doug
Doug
Reply to  Screwtape
2 months ago

Both of you seem content on the need to brush up on your Mandarin.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  Doug
2 months ago

Suddenly, lots of people seem to think living in a CCP vassal state would be great while denying how much they are meddling via the Dems.

Totally bizarre.

Screwtape
Screwtape
Reply to  Doug
2 months ago

Maybe one of the thousands of chinks attending grad school here at the uni can teach me? Or perhaps one of the millions who own real estate here? Or work in our labs? Maybe the hundreds of thousands who purchased residency totally legally by investing in a “corporation”… get a grip cowboy. There is a war afoot alright but its nothing like when Hitler bombed pearl harbor.

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Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Doug
2 months ago

They’re going to the Moon- you call that bad neighbors?

Dowitcher
Dowitcher
Reply to  Doug
2 months ago

What borders?

ronehjr
ronehjr
Reply to  Doug
2 months ago

You need to contextualize his statement. We have more pressing problems in the country right now.

Rewind
Rewind
Reply to  Doug
2 months ago

Just stop. Stop with the China fetish. Or stop astroturfing and gaslighting the right, whichever the case may be.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Rewind
2 months ago

Stop? But who will buy our country from the the usual suspects then?

Rewind
Rewind
Reply to  Doug
2 months ago

“No borders, no walls, no USA at all!” – Antifa
“No borders, no walls, no USA at all!” – Apple, Coca-Cola, Amazon, Walmart, Google, Sony, JP Morgan Chase, Boeing, Northrop-Grumman, Twitter, Uber, Nestle, Mondelez International, Heinz, Shell, BP, Ford…

China has never sung the false song of globalism. They meddle, but they’re not the real problem.

Horace
Horace
Reply to  Rewind
2 months ago

Chinese communism, like Vietnamese communism, is nationalist. It always was. If our communism was nationalist like theirs, I would support it over globalism. Alas, our communism is of the anti-white judeo-internationalist variety.

It might not stay that way, though. When Republican-flavored globalists have purged civnat Trumpists from the Republican Party, it will cease to be a contender for power in country-level institutions. The real elections will be Democratic Party primaries, with communists constantly attempting to dethrone the Democrat-flavored globalists. The communists WILL notice the game eventually, and their movement will change.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Doug
2 months ago

Why not? China already has a big Fifth Column in D.C. The PRC at our southern border is the least of our concerns. Want to break apart social media? Let China outright buy the platforms and steal their intellectual property.

Hun
Hun
Reply to  Doug
2 months ago

Is China the new bogey to distract the right from the real issues?

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  thezman
2 months ago

Totally agreed. It is time to laugh at military adventurism and, if bored, join with the Left when they riot over wars.

skeptic16
skeptic16
Member
Reply to  Jack Dobson
2 months ago

What gets me is the remarkable pattern: We use our military to “liberate” a country. The military gets bogged down in an indecisive war or burdensome occupation. We spend billions to rebuild the “liberated” country. We end up leaving with our tail between our legs. We end up taking in half the population of the liberated country because their lives are in danger for collaborating with us. The conservatives bitch about the politicians “tying the hands of the generals”, “all the foreigners here” and how “ungrateful” the liberated country is. We later learn that the reason for the intervention was… Read more »

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  skeptic16
2 months ago

All true. The Neoliberal Elite is about to overreach and start a proxy war, perhaps with Russia and/or Iran, and lose in a crushing and humiliating way. This will mark the beginning of their rapid decline. I will laugh my ass off if Hungary and/or Poland realize where it is going and decide to either exit NATO or, more likely, become friendlier

Lanky
Lanky
Reply to  thezman
2 months ago

Aren’t you supposed to chase the carrot?

c matt
c matt
Reply to  thezman
2 months ago

Don’t care about Asia either. But the question is once China gets Asia, will they stop there?

To some extent, we are part of their Ponzi scheme. They need us to buy their crap for now. But, once the Yuan becomes the world reserve currency, then what? Will they simply lose interest in us? Hope so.

Mockingbird
Reply to  c matt
2 months ago

Will they simply lose interest in us? 

China will never lose interest in the U.S., with our fabulous rivers, ports, agricultural and mining resources. But if you mean lose interest in us people, yes, we’ll be Uighered.

Bilejones
Member
Reply to  Mockingbird
2 months ago

China has a muli-millenium history of not giving a fuck about anything outside it’s immediate borders.

Whiskey
Whiskey
Reply to  Bilejones
2 months ago

That is not even remotely true. The Tibetans would beg to differ. So would the Indians, the Vietnamese, the Cambodians, the Burmese, and much of Central Asia. Until the Great Khans broke the Song, much of Central Asia was under Chinese not Muslim Control. And explicitly, China has said over and over again that North America is its lebensraum. The place to be cleared of its people (that means you) and settled with Chinese. The same old dream of Adolf and why WWII started in the first place in Europe (Japan started it in Manchuria in 1936 for the same… Read more »

CompscI
CompscI
Reply to  Whiskey
2 months ago

Lebensraum? North America?

Might consult a map again. Russian Siberia is China’s expansion space. They border it. Their population is massive against a sparse Russian population settlement. There are immense riches right next door for the taking—certainly no more difficult an enterprise as expanding into the lower 48.

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  thezman
2 months ago

When Kamala opens the immigration floodgates again, and since there won’t be any stopping it, I’ll be rooting for boatloads of White South African expats. Imagine the optics.

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The Russia Hand
The Russia Hand
Reply to  thezman
2 months ago

A problem is that Biden-Harris will encourage ten million excess chinamen to relocate here. I’ve had plenty of dealings with them, enough to vehemently want them not to come over. Essentially we’ll import the invading army that eventually will come after Whites.

Hegemony
Hegemony
Reply to  The Russia Hand
2 months ago

Nonsense. How about worrying about the tens of millions of Hispanics, Africans and Arabians/Indians that are already here before fretting over any hypothetical dump of Chinamen? Except for Tibet and Xinjiang, China is one of the few self-confident ethnicities that doesn’t seek world hegemony through population replacement. Remember when Jews in Ireland proposed importing the whole of Hong Kong into Ireland to “save” the Cantonese? China snidely asked them if it would be wise importing 7 million Cantonese into a nation of only 5 million Irishmen, and if said Jews had even asked the Irish permission first. China herself isn’t… Read more »

Whiskey
Whiskey
Reply to  thezman
2 months ago

Do you like driving? Do you like the ability to not live in Lagos West? Iran’s play is not just nuke Israel. Its to be the only player besides Russia for oil and gas. Biden promises to end fracking and tax oil and gas to oblivion to save the planet. Make his twenty something staffers happy.
There is zero possibility of the industrial world running on unicorn farts and rainbows. Iran matters because of oil. Cheap oil makes “social distancing” from vibrancy possible. Sky high oil makes D’Quanishakwaaaaaa your neighbor.

(((They))) live
(((They))) live
Reply to  Guest
2 months ago

Good

Who the hell cares about China and Taiwan

It’s the war with Iran that you should focus on

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The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  (((They))) live
2 months ago

Taiwan’s semiconductor and electronics industry is hugely valuable.

Losing it completely to China would be a blow to the West.

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
2 months ago

Well, time to start building Fabs here then. We still have some big ones.

ProZNoV
ProZNoV
Reply to  JR Wirth
2 months ago

As I understand it, some of the precious metals needed for modern electronics are extremely damaging to the environment when extracted.

We’ve off shored the pollution costs to China and Africa. To do it here would be possible, but much more expensive.

Rich
Member
Reply to  ProZNoV
2 months ago

So let’s be reliant on China and Africa?

ProZNoV
ProZNoV
Reply to  Rich
2 months ago

Not at all, but off shoring pollution has had real benefits.

If we do all that mineral extraction in an “eco-friendly” way it might mean a new smart phone costs $2000 instead of $800, the pentagon’s new toys would be exponentially higher.

Personally happy to see China befoul it’s own nest to provide this stuff cheap to the US. But that obviously has huge potential downsides.

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Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  ProZNoV
2 months ago

Now you’ve sold me

All in, I am all in!

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Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  ProZNoV
2 months ago

Yes, and even recycling is off-shored to Africa for same reasons. I’m too lazy to look up the cite, but several years ago, it was actually a recycling business to grind up obsolete cell phones or other electronics and refine the gold and other metals out of them.

Anonymousse
Anonymousse
Reply to  ProZNoV
2 months ago

So you want continents of planet earth literally poisoned so you can get cheap i-phones?

How about to hell with China and its irresponsible destruction of a big slice of the one and only glorious creation we’ll ever have. How about buy less crap, have american workers earn a family supporting living, and we can develop an authentic culture not mediated by corporate marketing

ProZNoV
ProZNoV
Reply to  Anonymousse
2 months ago

”I” don’t. I use a land line at home (vastly better sound quality) a flip phone for work, and a busted up cracked screen iPad for browsing. I use an atlas to navigate in the manual transmission 1997 car and haven’t gotten a new tv for at least a decade. Ebooks (alterable and deleteable by big tech without warning) disgust me

.This is not, however, the direction most Americans are willing to go. Americans love electronic gadgets, and they want them “cheap”.

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Dinothedoxie
Dinothedoxie
Reply to  ProZNoV
2 months ago

Or it might mean that Apple “only” makes $200 on each iPhone instead of $700.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  ProZNoV
2 months ago

High wages and American specialist companies, the horrors

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The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  JR Wirth
2 months ago

JR-

This is one of the things that Trump and his people have tried to encourage:

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-06-09/tsmc-confident-of-replacing-any-huawei-orders-lost-to-u-s-curbs

The $12 billion subsidy gives an idea of the value.

skeptic16
skeptic16
Member
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
2 months ago

Their facilities will be obsolete in a few years. For all their intelligence, the Chinese really don’t innovate. Their spacecraft are Russian derivatives. Without transfers/theft from the West, they really produce nothing new.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  skeptic16
2 months ago

Then why was TSMC the first fab to reach a 7 and then 5 nanometer semiconductor fab process and Intel’s lab in Hillsboro, OR can’t come up with a reliable 10 nm process?

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/TSMC

skeptic16
skeptic16
Member
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
2 months ago

I’d have to see the specifics of the patent infringement suit with Global Foundries. Note that TSMC filed a suit only in retaliation.

Dowitcher
Dowitcher
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
2 months ago

Nonsense. China would not destroy billion dollar Fabs. Nor would they stop selling us our finished goods. I don’t care what the do in asia. Not minding our own business got us in Afghanistan defending pederasts for two decades.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  Dowitcher
2 months ago

It’s about having the fabs in your physical territory for complete control, not destroying them.

A Harris administration will cede Taiwan to the CCP as a thanks for their assist.

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Member
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
2 months ago

I would think the US could pull a Saddam Hussein trick and simply bomb the Taiwanese fabs if it looked like they could not be saved from advancing Chinese forces.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  (((They))) live
2 months ago

The United States’ utter, humiliating defeat in a war against Iran would be such a wonderful moment.

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(((They))) live
(((They))) live
Reply to  Jack Dobson
2 months ago

Yes I can see that, but while it clearly has a silver lining I hate seeing so many dead Americans, I think it’s coming too

War with Iran is what (((they))) want

skeptic16
skeptic16
Member
Reply to  (((They))) live
2 months ago

I think Trump’s getting Arab nations to recognize Israel is part of building a coalition of the willing for a military strike on Iran. If Biden gets in, there will be a half-hearted effort to revive the Iran nuclear agreement but it will be made unpalatable to the Iranians. Biden has been a lifelong suck up to Israel as much as Trump.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  skeptic16
2 months ago

It’s about giving control of the Hormuz and the former Anglo-Persian fields and offshore to Eretz Ysrael, and away from our White brothers up north- so China can take Khazakstan.

So…FUCK EM LET THOSE BANDITS TAKE IT THEMSELVES

sentry
sentry
Reply to  skeptic16
2 months ago

I think Trump’s getting Arab nations to recognize Israel is part of building a coalition of the willing for a military strike on Iran. lucky for iran, saudi arabia(closest arab ally of united states of israel) is surrounded by shia muslims who hate israel, sunni muslims and america, those muslims identify themselves with iranians, when america attacks iran they’ll ignite a shitshow beyond irak invasion disaster. the second problem israel-america will have is turkey, who are proven traitors, they don’t give a fuck about globalist agenda, but America needs them if they wish to assault iran. the third problem for… Read more »

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Educated.redneck
Educated.redneck
Reply to  (((They))) live
2 months ago

Well, if Our People are paying attention, then hopefully the cannon fodder of the next war in 2025 or so will no longer be Heritage but the new, improved version of paper-americans. If the Army of Diversity gets sent into the field to fight our Imperial Waterloo Part Deux, it’s win-win for our nation. We should all be encouraging young people of our Nation to not join the US armed forces, or the police, or any other state apparatus of force-projection.

Hun
Hun
Reply to  Educated.redneck
2 months ago

Skipping the military is fine, but no presence in police or any other state apparatus of force-projection? I don’t think that’s a very good idea. The opposite is probably what should happen.

Anonymousse
Anonymousse
Reply to  Educated.redneck
2 months ago

This should be a big push, decent boomer civnats just witnessed their country stolen from them in real time, they need to get over their masculine virtue being channeled into vestigial patriotism by the leftist [homosexual individuals].

Tough white christian southern boys have been the tip of the spear for a long time. To hell with that now, keep out own best people for our own community interests. MAGA types would understand this right now

skeptic16
skeptic16
Member
Reply to  Educated.redneck
2 months ago

I saw a discussion suggesting that the military ballots yet to be counted would put Trump over the top. It was pointed out that the demographics of today’s US military are significantly “diverse”. So as long as the fighting stays “over there”, I wouldn’t mind a crushing US military debacle. Kill two birds with one stone.

Whiskey
Whiskey
Reply to  (((They))) live
2 months ago

There will be no war with Iran. Biden will re-instate the Iran Deal. Sorry, you have no idea of how the world really works. The primary problem Iran has is how to launder the money that the Guard and Mullahs steal from the people, and put it safely in the West so if there is regime change the billions and hundreds of billions are safe. Now of course, that laundering involves lots of firms: lawyers to set up shell corporations to hide ownership of mansions, super cars, yachts, etc. Financial accountants, funds transfer specialists, all sorts of services but mostly… Read more »

skeptic16
skeptic16
Member
Reply to  Whiskey
2 months ago

Are you the “Whiskey” that ran a blog several years ago that kissed Israel ass?

Federalist
Federalist
Reply to  Jack Dobson
2 months ago

The United States’ utter, humiliating defeat in a war against Iran would be such a wonderful moment.

Don’t wish death upon thousands or tens of thousands of young men. When you talk like this, you’re no better than the (((neocons))) who want to send our sons to their deaths in the service of Israel.

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Peter
Peter
Reply to  Federalist
2 months ago

Indeed!
If only the young men who go to war could live, and the dirtbag banker thugs who send them off to fight could be the ones to lie dying on the battlefield. But that’s just a wet dream.

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CompscI
CompscI
Reply to  Federalist
2 months ago

Don’t we often get into the (philosophical?) discussion of the last two great wars and the numbers of men who fought and died and left lessor “men” as replacements?

Can’t see where killing off the few remaining warriors we have while the cucks stay home is helpful to the cause. As someone above suggested, we need them here.

skeptic16
skeptic16
Member
Reply to  CompscI
2 months ago

Have you looked at the demographic composition and character of tge US military lately? This isn’t your father’s military anymore.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  (((They))) live
2 months ago

Heh. Save us, Shlomo!

Evil Sandmich
Reply to  Guest
2 months ago

China has based their economy around the universe’s largest ever vendor finance scheme. If they can pull it off, well then good for them, but it’s incredibly doubtful though and highly risky, to say the least.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  Guest
2 months ago

The entire point of the Beer Flu hoax was installing cheat-by-mail.

Peabody
Peabody
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
2 months ago

Ops like Whu Flu always have many objectives. Tanking the economy served to weaken the chance of an unstealable Trump victory as did cynical yapping about him being personally responsible for “200,000” deaths. Unfortunately, ousting Trump is only one of infinitely more unsavory results awaiting us if Cryptkeeper Joe and his ubiquitous Black Mask of Death is any indication.

Scawey CCP
Scawey CCP
Reply to  Guest
2 months ago

What is it with the chunk of the right obsessed with China, China, China, CCP, CCP, CCP? Turn off War Room Pandemic.

Yeah, China is a rich nation that interferes in our affairs, just like we do to them. It’s part of the game. But at least China doesn’t try to get us to fight their middle east wars for them, like a certain other interfering nation never discussed on War Room Pandemic.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  Scawey CCP
2 months ago

Maybe because the CCP is a few electoral votes from installing their controlled executive team in the White House?

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Rewind
Rewind
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
2 months ago

And Jerusalem lost their best-ever controlled executive team. Biden will be controlled by them too, but perhaps ornerier like Obama was.

The obsession with CCP is a controlled deflection and distraction. Of all the nations and ethnic groups that have and continue to exert outsize influence on US politics, the CCP is the only one that ever gets flak. Interesting…

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skeptic16
skeptic16
Member
Reply to  Rewind
2 months ago

The Israelis have given US military technology to the Chinese.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  skeptic16
2 months ago

Using us to build up their new market, 100%

B125
B125
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
2 months ago

Agree with wild geese on the China question.

They hate whitey… they are quiet about it but they are still angry and bitter about the opium wars. Look at their fentanyl production today.

I would not ever trust the ccp until we know better what their plan is. They own joe biden and he is anti-white. China is not our friend.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  B125
2 months ago

Sad to see so many here missing the larger picture of what is going on right now.

Anonymousse
Anonymousse
Reply to  B125
2 months ago

Joe Biden is not anti white. Joe Biden is a avaricious toad and a marionette that does his (((masters))) bidding. Does anyone believe he’s in charge of deciding his own positions on ANYTHING?

Educated.redneck
Educated.redneck
Reply to  Guest
2 months ago

Or better yet, our invulnerable diverse navy takes on the PRC and we end up with a nuclear version of the Russian-Japanese war. Maybe we get a two-fer, the collapse of globalism as Chinese ICBMs finish the job that Marse Lee failed to complete.

Mark Auld
Mark Auld
Reply to  Educated.redneck
2 months ago

You Sir are on a roll today. A tip of the hat to you.

skeptic16
skeptic16
Member
Reply to  Educated.redneck
2 months ago

Just hope they keep the fighting out of CONUS.

Drew
Drew
Reply to  Guest
2 months ago

With the federal government’s financial situation, it’s simply a very short matter of time before every country can disregard the federal government, regardless of who’s in charge. Besides, who cares? Being the world’s policeman sucks.

Guest
Guest
Reply to  Drew
2 months ago

There’s about 25MM people in Taiwan. Even if you don’t care about Taiwan, you’re going to care when millions of Taiwanese refugees show up in our airports and harbors demanding to be given asylum. And you know damn well that the Biden/Harris administration will grant citizenship to every single one of them, probably with the support of the Republican Establishment.

Gotta think about second-order effects.

Pill Johnson
Pill Johnson
Reply to  Guest
2 months ago

That’s entirely unrealistic and totally an excuse to shift the conversation back to unproductive China bashing. FAR more non- Taiwanese will move here under Biden. Taiwanese immigration as it is now is practically nil. That nonsense is a diversion from placing blame on the left and an attempt to sow loyalty to the regime among the right through inventing a common enemy. It’s a distraction. Meanwhile, the regime continues acting against your interests here. China isn’t censoring you or calling you a deplorable or racially discriminating against you or flooding your country with foreigners or stealing your votes. Practically everything… Read more »

TimothyS
TimothyS
Reply to  Guest
2 months ago

The reason China regards Taiwan as part of China is because, ethnically, they are Chinese. Biological realities will simply outlast any intervention of fleeting civnat democracies.
The only way that Taiwan can remain outside of China is if they were isolated long enough to become ethnically distinct. Not happening.

skeptic16
skeptic16
Member
Reply to  Guest
2 months ago

I was a nuclear engineering major in the late 1970s. Even then, there were a significant number of international students in STEM. In nuclear engineering, most of the foreign students were from, Iran, Taiwan and Korea.
Taiwan is perfectly capable of building nuclear weapons. I would assume that they have at least the components ready to go.

Bilejones
Member
Reply to  Guest
2 months ago

“The US will bark, but we’ll do nothing.”

Just why the fuck should “we” do anything?

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Guest
2 months ago

What compelling interest does the USA have to defend Taiwan? I’m sure we have a treaty somehwere. What was that Washington (?) said about “entangling alliances”? Years ago, some other author posed a China takes Taiwan scenario thus: China invades Taiwan. The USA grumbles. China inquires how many West Coast cities we are prepared to lose, in a military confrontation over Taiwan. End of scenario.

CompscI
CompscI
Reply to  Ben the Layabout
2 months ago

No nukes will be exchanged. If West coast gets nuked, *all* China potentially gets nuked. China need not do such to take over Taiwan. Tactical nukes perhaps at sea, but a US population center attack could destroy China via retaliation.

Of course, we may have a wussie administration that might start a tit for tat situation—like we hit every military target and a couple of cities in exchange for San Francisco or so. Those clowns might even virtue signal in the midst of a nuclear exchange. Who knows.

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exfarmkid
exfarmkid
2 months ago

For arguments’ sake, let us accept that Trump is done.
Unless the incoming Biden Administration makes it very clear that they will preserve tradition and protect the outgoing president from any form of retribution……we have a real situation on our hands.

ProZNoV
ProZNoV
Reply to  thezman
2 months ago

Part of me wonders if this isn’t exactly what happened when Trump beat Hillary. A behind-the-scenes agreement not to prosecute that extended to any and all of her enablers in the “deep state.”

Makes me think this is exactly the kind of posturing going on right now. Contest the election until Trump’s certain he and his kids will be free from kangaroo court trials.

skeptic16
skeptic16
Member
Reply to  thezman
2 months ago

I’m not sure that “Trump” and “Biden” aren’t simply representatives of two factions of jews. Same general objective, different tactics. Kind of like Likud and Labour.

Moran ya Simba
Moran ya Simba
Reply to  thezman
2 months ago

I think that’s the right ballpark for how the left does politics now, probably has been for a while while we’re slow learners.

Lanky
Lanky
Reply to  thezman
2 months ago

There’s a (slim) possibility that he’ll just say fuck it. Dude is old and going to die soon, obviously has a big ego. So how does he want to go down? Late 70s is a great age to rip the cord from the wall.
Not to say that I think this will happen. With Trump, nothing ever happens.

Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  Lanky
2 months ago

If Trump does any one thing on the way out, he had better pardon Kyle Rittenhouse. If he doesn’t do that, I lose all respect for the man.

ChicagoRodent
ChicagoRodent
Reply to  Dutch
2 months ago

Trump can pardon federal offenses. St. Kyle will be tried for state crimes. Trump’s only influence is to investigate Wisconsin officials for violations of federal laws and pressure them into a pre-trial release or gubernatorial commutation or pardon. With a D governor, Kyle is in a bad place.

CompscI
CompscI
Reply to  Dutch
2 months ago

Trump has no authority to issue pardons for State crimes. That’s the prerogative of the State governor. Last I heard, Rittenhouse was charged with State crimes.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  CompscI
2 months ago

As long as we’re being jail house lawyers here, may I ask: Doesn’t a person have to be convicted before he could be pardoned?

CompscI
CompscI
Reply to  Ben the Layabout
2 months ago

The answer is no…look up Richard Nixon.

“Jail House Lawyer” is a pretty tired old quip. Folks have simply cited what should be common knowledge to most everyone here. But as with COVID developments, there are some who never bother to learn.

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B125
B125
Reply to  Lanky
2 months ago

When I look in his eyes, it’s a man who will fight to the end. At one point he might have given in but I don’t believe he’s afraid of death and I do personally believe that Trump has found God, regardless of his earlier personal life. He’s come face to face with unspeakable evil in the globalist elites.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  B125
2 months ago

Totally agree.

I think Trump is fearless because he believes he’s been called by a higher power. I think it’s why he waited so late in life to run for President.

I look at him and I see a man who will win or die trying.

B125
B125
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
2 months ago

I mean the man is a billionaire, banged dozens of top models, has 5 kids, and over a dozen grandkids and counting. Oh yeah and he’s POTUS.

Don’t see why he’d be afraid of dying tbh. Hes not a filthy degenerate pedo like the rest of the elites, hes pretty clean, so he doesn’t have to fear hell.

Go don, give em hell

RoBG
RoBG
Reply to  thezman
2 months ago

Trump’s most admirable trait is that he really loves his family. It wouldn’t surprise me if that “solution” has not already been employed. A recent article by a guy who got the unredacted Epstein “little black book” off the dark web called every number in the book. Some of them were dead numbers. Some people hung up on him. Surprisingly some people were willing to talk to him. Some numbers had no names associated with them. When he called one of them it went to Melania’s personal phone.

G Lordon Giddy
G Lordon Giddy
2 months ago

It’s gonna be cool to see Biden strolling to the podium for the state of the union with a walker or a cane. Maybe he can do the full FDR and have Kamala carry him on her back?
What a clown show.

Norham Foul
Norham Foul
Reply to  G Lordon Giddy
2 months ago

Thanks for the visual Mr Giddy. ls SNL talented enough to be able to satarize to the reality of Joe Biden as president? Will they hide him like he was hidden in the campaign? Will they use a body-double until the expiration date has been reached? How long can the real joe’s body put up with the chemicals they have been pumping into him to keep him “presidential.” The last sentence of Zman post is just perfect.

skeptic16
skeptic16
Member
Reply to  Norham Foul
2 months ago

SNL is certainly talented enough but will they cut diwn one of their own? At least Alec Baldwin will be out of a job.

Drew
Drew
2 months ago

So it’s true: you either die a hero or live long enough to see yourself become the villain.

On a serious note, while these times are analogous to the Nixon administration, it’s important to note that while the Dems are running the same playbook as before, Trump seems to have come up with new one. Much like a football team that rolls out an old game script against an opponent they’ve previously beaten, they will probably be surprised to discover that their opponent has changed from the losing tactics used before. A repeat of the Carter administration is not assured.

DLS
DLS
Reply to  Drew
2 months ago

I just hope the murder turtle has the balls to resist from the Senate. He sure showed some with the last two Supreme Court maneuvers.

skeptic16
skeptic16
Member
Reply to  DLS
2 months ago

I will be pleasantly surprised if any good comes from Kavenaugh or ACB. Trump has been awful on personnel selection.

JustaProle
JustaProle
2 months ago

I have followed the last 2 days with The Band playing The Night they Drove Old Dixie Down as the soundtrack on repeat. The version from The Last Waltz of course

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Arcadian
Arcadian
Reply to  JustaProle
2 months ago

The first song that came to my mind was, “Is That All There Is” by Peggy Lee. As in, is that all there is to a communist insurrection…

Lanky
Lanky
Reply to  JustaProle
2 months ago

Wow, that song was stuck in my head yesterday. Interesting.

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Lanky
2 months ago

So weird. Same here

Arcadian
Arcadian
Reply to  Falcone
2 months ago

“If that’s all there is …. let’s break out the booze and have … a ball. If that’s all. There is.”

I am pulling for DJT. If the leftists end up with what they want, they’ll pull each other apart like they rip infants to shreds for parts to sell.

Orpheus13
Orpheus13
Reply to  Falcone
2 months ago

Same here….

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Lanky
2 months ago

Also “Burn Georgia, Burn” by Alabama

I think it’s a song about Gone with the Wind? But either way, you can’t get the words “Burn Georgia, burn” out of your head.

B125
B125
Reply to  Falcone
2 months ago

Song, song of the South
Sweet potato pie and I shut my mouth
Gone, gone with the wind
There ain’t nobody looking back again

Altitude Zero
Altitude Zero
2 months ago

A number of good things have come out of the Trump years so far, but one of the best is the utter discrediting of Conservatism, Inc. If shills like Andy McCarthy and Jonah Goldberg and David French are forced to get real jobs, it will all have been worth it.

Arcadian
Arcadian
Reply to  Altitude Zero
2 months ago

One of the BEST things to come out of what Trump’s ascendance revealed was close to home for me. When the military came whistling around for my two sons, born a year apart and very qualified …. I made sure to counsel them NO. This also led to THEM becoming aware, and making their friends aware. I have civ nat normie relatives that spend a lot of time on socialist media bragging about their “Marines” with plenty of photos of snazzy uniforms and ceremonies mommy and daddy civ nat normie get to attend. Thanks to the awareness created by Donald… Read more »

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Arcadian
2 months ago

In truth, this is a valuable triumph. Good on you, and I know many like you, including multi-generational military families. The CivNats will get all hot and bothered when the State starts beating the war drums, but the people they expect to send their children as human sacrifices will be declining the invitation.

skeptic16
skeptic16
Member
Reply to  Jack Dobson
2 months ago

Let the womyn, browns, lesbos, fags and freaks go into the meat grinder.

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Jack Dobson
2 months ago

sure as shit hope so

I can’t wait for Kamala starting a war and thinking a bunch of southern white boys will be just lining up

Let the poc die for this place. They say how much they want it, so have at it

Be a hero. Go die for diversity

Silver lining will be 90% of illegals run home unwilling to die

Arcadian
Arcadian
Reply to  Falcone
2 months ago

“Be a hero. Go die for diversity”

Or as that conservative hero Charlie Kirk puts it when he sees a rainbow flag, “our values…”

B125
B125
Reply to  Falcone
2 months ago

I made a late night run to a greasy fast food chicken restaurant lately (I know its bad)

There was a large group of Arab yoofs there and some Indians. There was some kind of conflict about wearing masks, the Indians were complaining the arabs didnt have masks on.

The Indians kept looking at me, cant you step in and do something! Neutral arbiter! I just smiled and looked away. Let the savages fight the savages I’ll focus on my own people.

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  B125
2 months ago

I told a black friend the other day, point blank, the time for me worrying about your people, those days are over friend. Sure, I care about YOU, but that’s a personal relationship. He understood what I meant perfectly and that was that. I am sure he was a little upset, but everyone knows we are in a new era.

Tirel
Tirel
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Reply to  Falcone
2 months ago

I’ve gone back and forth with affirmative action, black violence, black incompetence over the years, but I am finished with them. They have to WIN my respect now, and I wont be holding my breath