Just Walk Away

If you are over the age of forty, you have been hearing, in one form or another, the argument that you must vote Republican to keep the Left from turning America into a socialist country. The pitch gets punched up with promises on certain issues, depending upon the audience, but the basic argument has never changed. The reason to vote for the Republicans is to prevent the Left from doing socialisms. About half the time, this is enough to win elections and keep the parties equal.

It is hard to pinpoint when this argument became the standard pitch for conservatives and the GOP, but the 1990’s is a good guess. After 12 years of Republican presidents, the degenerate Bill Clinton took the helm promising all sorts of Great Society style programs, like socialized medicine. Newt Gingrich responded with the Contract with America and the GOP took the House for the first time in generations. The reason is people wanted to stop those socialisms!

In fairness, from the perspective of the standard issue conservative, the Clinton years were a golden age. Clinton started no pointless wars of choice on behalf of unnamed people working for an unnamed country. Inflation adjusted per capita spending was flat for the first time in forever. The deficit declined and there were a few years in which there was a budget surplus. Clinton even signed off on welfare reform, a long-standing conservative goal going back to the 1960’s.

Then the conservatives told everyone that Bush was a slightly retarded Reagan, who would usher in a new conservative resolution. In the Bush years the Republicans had the House, Senate and White House. Spending skyrocketed, we got two pointless wars of choice on behalf of unnamed people working for an unnamed country and they added the foundations of a police state for good measure. From the perspective of the standard issue conservative, Bush was a disaster.

In 2006 and 2008, many sensible white people did the sensible thing and walked away from the Republicans. In 2006 and 2008, the Democrats had huge electoral victories, winning the House, Senate and White House. People forget that they had veto and filibuster proof majorities in both chambers in 2008. Again, we heard the cry from Republicans that the only way to stop the bogeyman from putting socialisms on you was to vote for them so they could stop the socialisms.

Sometimes the worst thing that can happen is you get what you want. This has been the case with both standard issue conservatives and the GOP. That old pitch about voting Republican worked and it kept working, but in the process, it hollowed out both conservatism and the Republican Party. They went from being a movement with a laundry list of reforms and goals to being a collection of mediocrities at the railyard yelling “stop” for some reason.

There are a many useful lessons for dissidents in the Trump era, but one of them is that the Republican Party is no longer a plausible agent of change. They have become a negative identity, that publicly opposes whatever their good friends in the other party are pitching at the moment, but privately despises the people they represent. Thirty years ago, the call to vote Republican to stop the rollback of the Reagan years was possibly sincere, but since then it has become just another grift.

In the comments of these stories at Breitbart, we are seeing regular people wake up and begin to look forward, rather than backward. That old plea to stick with the Republicans because socialism seems to be failing. After all, they ask, if the vote will be stolen and the Republicans do nothing, what is the point of voting? What is the point of the Republican Party if they cannot be bothered to defend the very system that allows them to exist as a political party?

Republicans and Conservatives have no answer for these questions. It is why they are carrying on as if concerns about election fraud are wild conspiracy theories. Their instinct is always to repeat what the Left is saying when they are in a jam. That alone should be enough to cause people to walk away from the party, but that is not always easy to notice. Conservatives have been conditioned for generations to embrace Progressive morality, so they don’t notice it.

Regardless, the only way forward is for people to abandon the GOP entirely and let them sink into obscurity. Georgia will be the big test. The comments on conservative sites like Breitbart suggest something has snapped. These people did everything they were told, and victory was stolen from them. Now they see the party that claims to represent them defending the theft. The 2020 election may have broken the civic nationalist spell, leading to a break with the GOP.

As risky as it may sound, it is the only way forward within the rules of the current electoral system. Consider it the Flight 93 option or perhaps the denouement to the Flight 93 election. With no other options available within the rules, this is a last effort to preserve the rules by forcing the parties to defend the rules. Otherwise, we are left with John F. Kennedy’s admonition. “Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable.”

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Jr52
Jr52
1 month ago

The war against Christian Serbia on behalf of Muslim Kosovo happened under Clinton.

RoBG
RoBG
Reply to  Jr52
1 month ago

Also the first Gulf War and the bombing of Sudan. But those were before “A Clean Break” https://tinyurl.com/nm8j9v9, PNAC, the Office of Special Plans https://tinyurl.com/y3xytd28 and the blatant neocon takeover of US foreign policy.

Karl McHungus
Karl McHungus
Reply to  RoBG
1 month ago

wasn’t the first Gulf war under Bush I?

Clinton was roasted for the somalia debacle shown in the movie “Blackhawk Down”.

RoBG
RoBG
Reply to  Karl McHungus
1 month ago

Clinton bombed Iraq in ’93,’96 and ’98. He also bombed Afghanistan in ’98 but people tend to forget that.

gumdrop
gumdrop
Reply to  RoBG
1 month ago

didn’t he bomb egypt or something immediately after the lewinsky thing? First time I heard the phrase “wag the dog”

RoBG
RoBG
Reply to  gumdrop
1 month ago

That was the August ’98 bombings of Sudan and Afghanistan during his grand jury testimony in the Lewinsky affair.

Bilejones
Member
Reply to  gumdrop
1 month ago

He destroyed one of the very few pharmacuetical plants in Sudan. That’s a war crime therefore it must have been a war.

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  Karl McHungus
1 month ago

Bush I. Dick Cheney was Sec Def or Army Sec for that one. Can’t remember which, I was a young NCO and it was above my pay grade. I know now it’s always the same villains though.

Survivormann99
Survivormann99
Reply to  Karl McHungus
1 month ago

Of course, the First Gulf War was under Bush. American history is almost ignored in schools today.

ProZNoV
ProZNoV
Reply to  RoBG
1 month ago

Wait, wasn’t Gulf War I a George Bush the Elder production? Something about blatant “babies thrown out of incubators in hospitals” propaganda?

Bilejones
Member
Reply to  ProZNoV
1 month ago

The propaganda was a “Nurse” testifying before Congress about the “babies thrown out of incubators in hospitals” and the incubators taken to Iraq. The Nurse was the daughter of the Kuwaiti Ambassador. Theperjury was orchestrated by Hill and Knowlton a New York PR firm.
They suffered no penalties for this felony, an obvious case treason.
They just won a contract with the WHO.

Karl McHungus
Karl McHungus
Reply to  Jr52
1 month ago

that was NATO

Vizzini
Vizzini
Reply to  Karl McHungus
1 month ago

NATO is a US sock puppet.

RoBG
RoBG
Reply to  Vizzini
1 month ago

w/o US funding NATO would cease to exist.

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  Karl McHungus
1 month ago

We are NATO.

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  Jr52
1 month ago

I bumped into some young Serb fighters at a social event shortly after that cluster. They had been more militia than soldiers. They were dumbfounded as to why they were attacked. Weren’t they part of the West now, having chucked the Communists? Didn’t we know how dangerous Islam is? Didnt we know Turkey was just going to once again expand into their lands and flood them with foreign Muslims? I offered that extermination camps make for bad optics. Again they were shocked, they said neither side had taken prisoners in the fighting. They had no qualms about their own personal… Read more »

Hoagie
Hoagie
Reply to  Penitent Man
1 month ago

Well, we both were.

B125
B125
Reply to  Penitent Man
1 month ago

The extreme violence headed for the West due to Islamic immigration alone is off the charts and so big that most normies cannot comprehend it. Especially in Europe. Take a look at Israel, and how harsh they have to be on Muslims. Same with China.

The only “hope” is that these muslims get pozzed from liberalism and globohomo, ironically.

miforest
Member
Reply to  B125
1 month ago

report from Michigan , they’re not being pozzed here and they have been here for a few generations now.

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  miforest
1 month ago

OT: or they poz for a brief time. OBL had his time as a playboy and France has noted that their “radicalized” Muslims are being drawn from the ranks of western-raised young men rejecting French society. Saint Augustus syndrome… use yourself up in the fleshpots and then go zealot.

gumdrop
gumdrop
Reply to  B125
1 month ago

pozzed?

sentry
sentry
Reply to  B125
1 month ago

western elites always had a soft spot for muslims,
I recall some pope proposing to one of the Mehmed sultans that the muslims should join hands with catholics against orthodox christianity, said he’ll help the sultan become the greatest man beneath God, but those pesky eastern europeans thought otherwise and saved western asses countless times. british empire kept the ottoman empire alive, american empire protects turkey from russia.
fortunately this time around western elites bypassed the eastern countries and brought muslims directly into their homelands. Happy days!

Mark Smith
Mark Smith
Reply to  sentry
1 month ago

The British empire destroyed the Ottoman empire:World War One is a subject worthy of your attention. Turks are still very bitter about this to this day. France under Francis 1st allied with the Ottomans. The Kaiser in his book explaining the German defeat of 1918 blames Germany’s blocking(via the Berlin conference) of Russia’s advance on Istanbul to be a cause of Russian alignment with France. The Janissaries in the Ottoman armies were more likely to be Eastern Europeans. The Americans are latecomers to the party but have not gone out of their way to enhance Turkish power the way the… Read more »

sentry
sentry
Reply to  Mark Smith
1 month ago

that happened in 1914, which was very late. there were seven great powers in the 19th century, british empire was typically allied with ottoman empire during that period, the british kept them floating. The Crimean War was a military conflict fought from October 1853 to February 1856 in which Russia lost to an alliance made up of the Ottoman Empire, the United Kingdom, Sardinia and France.  during first world war turkish grip over eastern europe was already gone, meaning british empire didn’t help orthodox christians one bit, also usa which is brit empire extension picked up the mantle and continues to support… Read more »

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  sentry
1 month ago

The Crusader era became a confusing mess of loyalties and personal aggrandizement. The Templars executed some military actions on behalf the Sultan in Egypt, and El Cid fought for both Christian and Muslim warlords intermittently.

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sentry
sentry
Reply to  Penitent Man
1 month ago

if you look at it objectively you would notice western europe made the ottoman empire into what it was. crusaders sacked constantinopole instead of fighting muslims, which led to the weakening of the byzantine empire and its subsequent defeat at the hands of muslims. eastern europeans warriors(dracula was among them) gave catholics the opportunity to destroy ottoman empire several times, but catholics refused, choosing instead to backstab eastern europeans. british empire kept ottoman empire floating during 19th century. usa protects turkey from russia nowadays and they destroyed yugoslavia on the behalf of muslims. but what can one expect from demented… Read more »

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Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  sentry
1 month ago

OT again: we tend to view the Crusaders and Christians of that period with a modern eye. The Crusades were a Norman endeavor. These were the second and third generation (at most) from Norse pagans gone a-Viking. Illiterate warlords just beginning to surrender cousin marriage and polygamy, whose kith and kin a few hundred miles to the east were still practicing pagans. You don’t get a lot of subtlety and nuance with this kind. If Pope says the Eastern Orthodox are heretics worse than heathen Saracens, I can snatch some loot and land… well where do I sign up? That… Read more »

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  sentry
1 month ago

western elites always had a soft spot for muslims,

I believe it because the ideology still strongly discourages questioning authority and is just fine with grinding poverty, which are exactly the circumstances the elite want for the Great Reset.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  B125
1 month ago

Mosques are enemy bases for plotting, storing and trafficking arms, human trafficking, drug trafficking, and laundering money.

And the First and Fourth Amendment ensure all those pro-American activities will continue undisturbed forever.

Dennis Roe
Dennis Roe
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
1 month ago

SO are temples you’re surrounded by jews and arabs who want you dead, Merry Christmas.

miforest
Member
Reply to  Penitent Man
1 month ago

support your serb bretheren , buy https://www.prvipartizan.com/ , when you can find it .

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  miforest
1 month ago

Its decent ammo usually at a good price too.

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  miforest
1 month ago

I’ll check it out. My round count is superb, but if it’s a good deal and I can help a Brother out…

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Penitent Man
1 month ago

The wars against our fellow Whites in Serbia opened my eyes to the extent of the internal propaganda operations in the United States. It was the first time I fully realized how evil “our” nation is. But, hey, we can enjoy the hell out of rioting the next time our kids are told to die for our Greatest Ally, right?

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  Jack Dobson
1 month ago

No more Brother Wars. Except against the Woke. They have chosen a different kind of “brutha” against their own.

Mark Smith
Mark Smith
Reply to  Penitent Man
1 month ago

Tell the Germans and Dutch-they seem to be squaring up to the Poles and Hungarians via the EU.
German economic and demographic warfare against the southern European countries countinues.
Whenever the Germans become relatively powerful they start attacking other European countries. It is considered progress when they only do it via economic and political coercion even if the strategic effects are arguably more devastating over the longterm.

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  Mark Smith
1 month ago

Mark, I understand and see the problem. The same goes for the Germans as it does here. They, as we, must support the right kind of groups that put Our people first. Foment dissent against the globohomo. Make enforcement costly and reject their authority. None of this will be easy or assured.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  Penitent Man
1 month ago

Make enforcement costly and reject their authority. 

At present it seems peaceful non-compliance, anonymous sand in the gears, and building community with the like-minded are the ways to go.

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
1 month ago

Agreed but that is strictly “for now” until we build a foundation for what kind of state we want.
Its fine to do “A Righter, Whiter, Brighter Future” as rhetoric or a meme but you need meat on those bones to win.

The Bow Tied Looter Cucks s like to say that Conservatism is an attitude, that is an outright Satanic lie.
Real Conservatism is a policy for life against the living death of globalism and consumerism.

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Peabody
Peabody
Reply to  Jack Dobson
1 month ago

Last year I spent some time with a Serbian woman of around 40. She told the story of being a little girl during the war when one day the soldiers came and told her family they had 10 minutes to get out. They were shuffled on to buses along with other families. The ones who tried to bring their pets watched them shot to death. She had relatives in Denmark so was able to stay there during the war. When she came back the Serbian government helped her family rebuild as the only thing left of their home was the… Read more »

Wordly wiseman
Wordly wiseman
Reply to  Peabody
1 month ago

Oh that older croatian man knew the answer, it was a payback for ww2. Not a nice thing to admit in this time and age

gumdrop
gumdrop
Reply to  Penitent Man
1 month ago

After 911, I remember hearing “sadam hussain” and thinking, “wha?” But then I just trusted away. Must be what is right…

Felix Krull
Member
Reply to  Penitent Man
1 month ago

<i>strenuously denied extermination sites. I still don’t know the veracity on that either way.</i>

It is utterly fictional.

The International Criminal Tribunal found no mass graves. It was concluded that less than 2,000 people were killed in the ten years leading up to the Kosovo intervention, this number counting both Serbian and Kosovars, and both civilians and combattants.

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  Felix Krull
1 month ago

That’s kind of what I’ve seen as well. The whole Milosevic thing became so convoluted, I lost track. Honestly, as an American I was guilty of the whole “foreigners doing foreign shit, what do I care” mentality. I’ve since then seen the errors of my ways with regard to the globalists, and am now playing catch up.

Felix Krull
Member
Reply to  Penitent Man
1 month ago

…as an American…

Europeans don’t know FA about Kosovo either and didn’t back then.

And how many Europeans do you think could give a coherent account of what goes on in South America?

I lost track.

Not by coincidence; if they want you to not pay attention, they convolute their stories.
Uncle Milo, for all his flaws, fought for his country and its independence from both Russia and America.

Wordly wiseman
Wordly wiseman
Reply to  Felix Krull
1 month ago

Funny, they are digging up mass graves of kosovars as we speak (type)

Vizzini
Vizzini
Reply to  Penitent Man
1 month ago

I think about this every time I hear the latest thing the media and government are trying to get US citizens outraged about, whether it’s Belarus, Iran or Uighurs in China. I am not saying I have the correct scoop about any of those things, but I am surprised how many “conservatives” let their Gell-Mann run wild: One minute they’ll be complaining about the dishonest media and the corrupt deep state in thrall to globalist interests, the next they’ll be parroting the latest fire and brimstone about how we have to “do something” about Iran or the fascist dictator in… Read more »

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Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  Vizzini
1 month ago

Vizz,

Yeah, the roar of lies is deafening. It’s hard enough shrugging off my classic American attitude of not giving a crap about other countries.. and playing catch up trying to educate myself… compound it with the blatant prevarication and angling, it is even harder. My general rule of thumb now is to see who is angling for what. Neocons, Israeli lobby, Bush cabal figures, EU ministries, Mitt Romney… probably a shitty deal for Our People.

Gespenst
Gespenst
Reply to  Penitent Man
1 month ago

Me too.

Drew
Drew
Reply to  Jr52
1 month ago

Who cares?

Felix Krull
Member
Reply to  Drew
1 month ago

Who cares?

Us Europeans.

The US-UK (and German) intervention in the Balkans created two new Mohammadan states in Europe: Bosnia and Kosovo. Together with Albania, they constitute the major bridgeheads for the Islamic mafias on the Continent.

Nunnya Bidnez, jr
Nunnya Bidnez, jr
Reply to  Felix Krull
1 month ago

Quite a few Albanians in NYC;
some are Christians, many are moslem.
There are several car theft rings on Staten Island run by albanians.

usNthem
usNthem
Reply to  Nunnya Bidnez, jr
1 month ago

I guess there must not be a single country that doesn’t have representation on this land mass. A purge of epic proportions is needed. Unfortunately and sadly, it is extremely unlikely to be forthcoming.

Felix Krull
Member
Reply to  Jr52
1 month ago

Yes.

A big red pill moment for me, personally. I was studying international politics at the time and confidently told everyone I knew that there would never be a war because there was no Security Council resolution, that, in fact, the UN observers had reported no “genocide” up until the point where they were withdrawn from Kosovo at US insistence.

Apart from creating another Mohammadan state in Europe the Serbian War made moot the UN charter about not waging aggressive wars and simultaneously changed NATO from a defense pact into a vehicle of globalist imperialism.

Clinton was the first Neocon.

Xman
Xman
Reply to  Jr52
1 month ago

Clinton’s war against Christian Serbia just happened to be run by (((Cohen))), (((Albright))), and (((Clark)))), while (((Lewinsky))) was giving him head.

Just sayin’.

I.M. Brute
I.M. Brute
Reply to  Jr52
1 month ago

Yeah, I was going to bring that up as well. As I recall, our intervention had something to do with “ethnic cleansing” the Serbs were doing. Seen any Cherokees or Choctaws in Georgia lately? I always marvel at how the hypocrites in high places can spout this stuff with a straight face!

Evil Sandmich
Reply to  Jr52
1 month ago

Yeah I confess to not paying too much attention after that. Even granting that point (which shouldn’t be granted) the best that could be said is that Clinton started no pointless wars against foreign enemies; domestic enemies on the other hand, well that’s a big part of why W won.

David Wright
Member
1 month ago

Actually I walked away after Buchanan got shafted, didn’t vote again until 2016. Now I am done for sure. You can hate your enemies so much but for traitors in your midst I have a loathing on a whole new level.

They just got done shafting us again on immigration visas and backing away from fighting the tech oligarchs and they want our vote still? Even a few average conservatives I know have explicitly said they hope the country breaks down so we can do a rebuild. Let them all eat shyte. Let the chips fall where they may.

Screwtape
Screwtape
Reply to  David Wright
1 month ago

Well the newly hatched “let it burn so we can rebuild” folks best fully complete the circuit: …a future for our children. The SA-Rhodesia-Brazil-Venezuela-Yugoslavia future that will unfold after 100M newly minted paperwork American hyphen mexicans, indians, chiners, and africans stake their claim in the woke land grab of globoequality, the ability and opportunity to build anything will hinge upon capable white men forging robust tribal bonds and savagely defending them against both the remanent of a hostile State and the locust appetites of our paperwork citizens. The institutional tentacles of national party politics revealing its head may be the… Read more »

gumdrop
gumdrop
Reply to  Screwtape
1 month ago

paperwork citizens, good one, I’m totally stealing that… Those scum were the bulk of my clients. They thought they owned this coutry They thought they had a RIGHT to be here.

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  gumdrop
1 month ago

Gumdrop,

Stick around. You are arriving on the far shore. It’s a little disturbing at first, I can attest. Truth is on this side… and it is a warm bright beacon.

B125
B125
Reply to  David Wright
1 month ago

Given how fake the 2020 presidential election was, I could see them rigging races for Republicans in the future to maintain the illusion of choice and partisanship.

We live in a clown age where nothing is real.

Phoenix
Phoenix
Reply to  B125
1 month ago

This would explain why the republi-frauds seemingly do not care about being re-elected..

A backdoor deal of this sort is the only thing that makes sense in this regard..

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  B125
1 month ago

We live in a clown age where nothing is real.

Politics are now a greater sports-entertainment spectacle than WWE pro-wrestling.

It’s kayfabe, all the way down.

ProZNoV
ProZNoV
Reply to  David Wright
1 month ago

Exactly. How can you fight for a party that won’t even fight for itself?

WOPR
WOPR
Reply to  ProZNoV
1 month ago

That’s the question everyone asks and the “SAVE THE SENATE” people have no good answer. They tried saying that the Repukes will stop the excesses of Pelosi and Schumer. The Repukes then proceeded to flood the country with H1B’s. They were left sputtering. One thing I have noticed is that the trolls are the pro-Repukes.

miforest
Member
Reply to  David Wright
1 month ago

reconsider voting locally, even democratic primaries if they are dominant players in your area , there degrees of evil.

David Wright
Member
Reply to  miforest
1 month ago

I have experience dealing with local politicians while being on various committees, the fix is always in. They pretend to ask for your input, vote or ideas, then they do what they always were going to do. No thanks.

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  David Wright
1 month ago

David,

I have to disargee with you for a change. Local participation for those of us that are of the community building endeavor is a necessary evil.

RoBG
RoBG
Reply to  David Wright
1 month ago

The Party chooses the Candidate. Both of them. It’s why nothing that the voters want ever happens.

Henry Lee
Member
Reply to  David Wright
1 month ago

Reminds me of being on committees and teams at the telephone company.

Screwtape
Screwtape
1 month ago

It’s “No More Mr. Nice Guy” for politics.

The question for the awakening of normiecon is whether he will convert the self-loathing from years of putting others first, following the rules, and lying to himself that subordinating his needs is about upholding his “principles” – and still never getting the girl, into self-determination and prioritizing his needs and those of his people ahead of all else, to be secured at any cost. Its a mind f$ck. Many do not make it to the other side. But its a start.

MBlanc46
MBlanc46
Reply to  Screwtape
1 month ago

It’s all we’ve got.

J. van der Meer
J. van der Meer
1 month ago

Many of the “Republicans” now seem to be straight-up left-wing infiltrators. Not even “cucks” or special-interest whores, but literal leftists who simply pretended to be Republicans. In particular, the Republican party in Georgia (the rotten crew who want Biden to win) and South Carolina (Lindsay Graham, Tim Scott, Nikki Haley, et al.) don’t seem to be conservative in any way. The eyepatch guy is another obvious infiltrator. Once the infiltation is complete, then your choice is just two left-wing parties. Then you start to see things like unanimous votes to allow in infinity Indians and unpersoning our southern ancestors. The… Read more »

Nunnya Bidnez, jr
Nunnya Bidnez, jr
Reply to  J. van der Meer
1 month ago

“Many of the ‘Republicans’ now seem to be straight-up left-wing infiltrators.”
Mayor Bloomberg ran as a Republican, but had previously been a Democrat. Many of his policies were left-wing .. like his nanny-state rules about soft drinks, trans-fats, & smoking restrictons.
That was nearly twenty years ago.

Higgs Boson
Higgs Boson
Reply to  Nunnya Bidnez, jr
1 month ago

Bush’s gift of leftist infiltrator John Roberts keeps on giving. This score begs to be evened.

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  J. van der Meer
1 month ago

Old expression from an old and old school LA radio personality, George Putnam:

“Democrats want socialism yesterday, Republicans want it two weeks”

ChetRollins
ChetRollins
Reply to  J. van der Meer
1 month ago

Perdue already basically said he was looking forward to working with Biden, but somehow these clowns losing will bring in socialism. Even the most right wing nitwit can see this as a con.
Like Z said, when Breitbart is lost, you’re in serious trouble.

Rwc1963
Rwc1963
Reply to  J. van der Meer
1 month ago

The eye patch man – a former SEAL officer, is another McCain in the making. He’s anti-2A, belongs to the WEF, taught at Harvard. One can see he’s been groomed.

ChetRollins
ChetRollins
1 month ago

Contempt is the greatest weapon we have at our disposal. As David Burge said back when he was less cucked, the left kills a fine institution, guts it, then wears it as a skin suit demanding respect. Another corollary is Aslan in The Last Battle when an obvious usurper tries to con the Narnians with an obvious fraud. The right is starting to realize an institution is just people, and not some metaphysical entity, and the level of respect it should be given is equivalent to the quality of people inside said institution. The last domino to fall is when… Read more »

Christian Attorney in Ohio
Reply to  ChetRollins
1 month ago

“Aslan in The Last Battle.” I fear we are more likely to experience “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.” People will forget about Aslan. It will always be winter, but Christmas will never come.

Lord have mercy on us. Help us to be ready for the final battle.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  Christian Attorney in Ohio
1 month ago

I’m not a very religious person, but Kamala is the Whore of Babylon.

The plans for the vax are eerily reminiscent of the Mark of the Beast.

gumdrop
gumdrop
Reply to  ChetRollins
1 month ago

The right is starting to realize an institution is just people, and not some metaphysical entity…

Excellent point. This is the big take-away I have had. Actually, the institution has never been anything but the people.

Nunnya Bidnez, jr
Nunnya Bidnez, jr
1 month ago

“The deficit declined and there were a few years in which there was a budget surplus”
But the national debt went from $4trillion to $6trillion,
far outstripping any “declines” in the deficit. Sleight of hand, substituting a huge long term debt for smaller short term deficits.

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  Nunnya Bidnez, jr
1 month ago

Nunnya,

I think your take is closer to reality. But with the uniparty running it up to… what is it, 24T? Sort of picking nits?

DLS
DLS
Reply to  Nunnya Bidnez, jr
1 month ago

Temporary increases in tax receipts due to the internet bubble. That popping at the end of Clinton’s second term was inevitable.

DLS
DLS
Reply to  thezman
1 month ago

Your per capita graph introduces a few moving variables like population growth and inflation that can fuzzy the point. Here are the raw figures for receipts and outlays under Clinton and the first few years of Bush the Lesser. You can clearly see the three years of surplus under Clinton (1998-2000) were due to receipts rising faster than outlays, but in no year did spending decrease. You can then see the deficits reappear under Bush when the internet bubble burst, and tax receipts dropped. Spending growth was higher under Bush, but that was when the pointless wars started, not some… Read more »

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
1 month ago

So in short, we are left with accelerationism?

Falcone
Falcone
1 month ago

“just walk away”

best advice in past 25 years

gumdrop
gumdrop
Reply to  Falcone
1 month ago

done and done, my elderly parents too, and they railed on me for voting for perot.

Boarwild
Boarwild
1 month ago

The problem is – in “walking away” – you give the Dems/Left the opening they’ve been waiting for to clamp down, install permanent one party rule, & put their jackboot on the necks of all of us. We all know how radical they’ve become. They were bad before but the advent of Trump really drove them insane. Yeah – I get it – the Rep’s are a bunch of cuck, limp-wristed pussies who can’t fight, but freedom lost is seldom ever regained. They’ve denied us the soap box thru social media, denied us the ballot box vis-a-vis a stolen election,… Read more »

ChetRollins
ChetRollins
Reply to  Boarwild
1 month ago

There are a lot of options before the cartridge box. The most basic example is mass civil disobedience. If every restaurant opened tomorrow, good luck closing them all down, regardless of how many guns they have.

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  ChetRollins
1 month ago

Chet is right. We have options in the interim. Build optional movements, embrace the persecution, organize disruption, encourage their infighting, and BUILD COMMUNITY. Some movie I watched years ago had a rapist telling a woman that she was going to be raped. She could lay back and it could be quick and easy or if she put up a token fight… brutal and protracted. It was creepy and honestly I dont remember what her choice was. Don’t think I finished it. At this point, we are going to get raped. “This is going to happen…” is what the villain said.… Read more »

miforest
Member
Reply to  Penitent Man
1 month ago

don’t forget priority number # 1. have a family. if you don’t , nothing else matters .Nothing else.

Member
Reply to  ChetRollins
1 month ago

Overall, people suffer from “normalcy bias”. You still hear this “after Covid” talk from otherwise sane conservative people. They aren’t familiar enough with totalitarianism to realize that “after Covid” there will be the drumbeat to force the vaccine on us, then the refrain with be “the virus has mutated” (ignoring the fact that viruses ALWAYS mutate). Then there’s Covid-21, 22, and 157… Most of us here have been reading about politics and history for years and recognize what’s going on. The average small businessman doesn’t have this background. So there’s still time for a lot of people to get radicalized… Read more »

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  pozymandias
1 month ago

Pozymandius,

It begins. I have a friend up in this area. He says things are getting a bit spicy with community show of force backing these establishments and the local policing authorities are saying in no uncertain terms that they won’t be touching this with a ten foot pole. Now it remains to be seen if Inslee will use state troopers.

https://www.theolympian.com/news/state/washington/article247596870.html

Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  Penitent Man
1 month ago

Chad Bianco, Riverside County CA. Standing up to it.

Rwc1963
Rwc1963
Reply to  Dutch
1 month ago

Same with mayor of San Diego.

kestrel
kestrel
Reply to  pozymandias
1 month ago

I live and run a SB in Z-Man’s Lagos on the Chesapeake. While we were shut down for 3 months, we are open now (and barely making it). The funny thing, however, almost ALL of the SB’s in this area are happily WANTING lockdowns. No lie. There is a laughable merchant’s association, here, and the leadership actively works to discourage people from coming to the neighborhood to shop…again, no lie. They want everyone to “be safe.” It is really a hard thing to get my head around. My business relies on foot traffic, not Web, so their actions are in… Read more »

Evil Sandmich
Reply to  kestrel
1 month ago

This. In the SB restaurants I go to I’ve been unable to squeeze even a guarded criticism of the lockdowns out of the owners/management (as opposed to a national chain place that we frequent where lockdown talk elicits eye rolls). It seems like a goodly number, perhaps even a majority, are True Believers.

gumdrop
gumdrop
Reply to  ChetRollins
1 month ago

ive been saying this since march. We have to laugh at masks, kick out the health inspectors, create some autonomous zones.

Screwtape
Screwtape
Reply to  ChetRollins
1 month ago

Exactly. Even when walking away we can exact a toll; a big ole rainbow trout hidden in the HVAC duct. How about every morning over coffee, reading Zman and other hate sites, contact one of the tattle resources for “reporting businesses that are violating the current Covid-19 restrictions” in your AO and log in a few “businesses” for them to track down? Some of my favorites include the HQ offices of my blue state senators, immigration law firms, and the coffee shops that were handing out BLM signs all summer. I only have so many burner emails so Shaneequa probably… Read more »

Member
Reply to  Screwtape
1 month ago

A lot of us talk about this being war, by which most people mean some flashy and noisy business with lots of explosions and gunfire. Well, we’ll probably get to that eventually but petty harassment, name calling, vandalism, and sabotage are all tactics in war as well. At some point, you’re going to have to do something that makes that coworker with the multicolored hair just outright hate you anyway. Getting his faggy little coffee house shut down for Covid nonsense is a way to convey to him that, just as he and his Lefty friends will not leave you… Read more »

Rwc1963
Rwc1963
Reply to  pozymandias
1 month ago

Let loose some roaches or mice if it is a eatery and call the health dept. Drop some roofing nails in their parking lot.
Put up white power meet up flyers specifying the business in question.
Or maybe some “free food” for the Homeless flyers.and on the local craigslist.

Helios
Helios
Reply to  ChetRollins
1 month ago

You never have to shut “all” down and they know it. You make a crushing example of a few, even one, and some will crumble. You need just a crack in the wall.

Karl McHungus
Karl McHungus
Reply to  Boarwild
1 month ago

This is the typical GOP voter: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yovyyjjKmFw

You go ahead and hit the lever hoping for a nice little treat, I’m going to go workout…

JustaProle
JustaProle
Reply to  Boarwild
1 month ago

Walking away is the decision that it is time to stop kicking the can.

King Tut
King Tut
Reply to  Boarwild
1 month ago

“……& put their jackboot on the necks of all of us.” Maybe true but it appears that the Republicans will do nothing to stop this anyway and may well join in.

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  King Tut
1 month ago

Nah. The Republicans will bend low and whisper in your ear how the boot on your throat isn’t all that bad for you. But if you vote for them, they’ll see about getting the pressure lifted a bit.

Rwc1963
Rwc1963
Reply to  King Tut
1 month ago

Yep. We saw the collective silence of the GOP over Anti-fa and BLM riots.
BTW I remember the 2018 Orange County elections where the Dems using ballot harvesting flipped Red Orange County Blue. What was the GOP and Trump response? Nothing.
Remember Kris Kobach and his effort to get rid of voter fraud in 2017? The GOP turned on him and Trump kicked the man to the curb.
The point is the GOP DOES HAS NOT EVER cared about voter fraud

sentry
sentry
Reply to  Boarwild
1 month ago

 in “walking away” – you give the Dems/Left the opening they’ve been waiting for to clamp down, install permanent one party rule,
trump had no impact in stopping that, what are you expecting from republicans with him gone?

RoBG
RoBG
Reply to  sentry
1 month ago

I expect more of the same.

Higgs Boson
Higgs Boson
Reply to  Boarwild
1 month ago

With one limp wrist in the kickbacks and bribes cookie jar and the other one pointing at Trump, the only thing these losers can win is the Darwin award.

Phoenix
Phoenix
Reply to  Boarwild
1 month ago

If the republi-frauds have a small advantage in the senate, it won’t matter anyway as there are plenty of them who will vote with the leftists on virtually every major issue anyway..

Tullamore92
Tullamore92
Reply to  Boarwild
1 month ago

That’s the point, Poindexter. The only way to Heaven is through Hell. Otherwise, get used to being f@cked in the ass forever, and ever, and ever… I’m a relatively well-off middle-aged man, and I’m resigned to dying via gunshot. Took a long time to come around to this understanding, I’m no hero and I’d much rather die in my own bed, preferably next to a hot redhead. But the writing is on the wall. I have no children of my own, and I have no intention of going out like a punk. It’s actually kind of invigorating when I ponder… Read more »

MBlanc46
MBlanc46
Reply to  Boarwild
1 month ago

They’re going to do it anyway. And if there are any Repubs left, they’ll be clamoring to help.

Rwc1963
Rwc1963
Reply to  Boarwild
1 month ago

We have been a uniparty since Reagan left office. And the uniparty has worked hard at stripping us of our rights, our future our culture and dignity since then.
What is happening in GA is the same thing that happened here in CA where the GOP turned on it’s base and pushed a bunch of loathsome globohomo crooks on the people. This is how CA went from Red to Blue.
And yes only the bullet box is left to us.

Higgs Boson
Higgs Boson
1 month ago

The GOP is the flip side of the criminal enterprise grift coin. Change my mind.

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  Higgs Boson
1 month ago

And the Canadian actor, Stephen Crowder, is one of those grifters. Change my mind.

Wes Rhinier
1 month ago

I suggested withdrawing from the Georgia Runoffs back on November 10th.
I think it is what will happen….
https://ncrenegade.com/editorial/the-time-to-stand-is-fast-approaching-its-why-we-born/

Bill H
1 month ago

Once again the trope that Clinton created a budget surplus. He did not. Government debt increased very year for the last eighty years.
The so-called surplus under Clinton was achieved only by lumping together Social Security revenue and payments with government revenue and spending. Federal spending still was larger then federal revenue, but the Social Security revenue excess over SS payments made the combination of the two appear to be a “budget surplus.”

Phoenix
Phoenix
Reply to  thezman
1 month ago

Lol!

ProZNoV
ProZNoV
1 month ago

Immigration: the only issue I’ve consistently cared about for 35 years. Democrats are honest about it. They want to replace you. They’re actually honest about their whole platform, and they push it relentlessly.

Republicans are just awful.

WJ0216
WJ0216
Reply to  ProZNoV
1 month ago

Republicans are awful no doubt. But what didn’t happen under Trump is very important. We didn’t get 30 million amnesty that Biden is proposing. For the life of me, I will never understand perfectionists spergs that think since Trump didnt build the wall then the whole presidency was a disaster. Effing spergs. Many comment on this site.

B125
B125
1 month ago

White people are on the Republican plantation.

Raffensberger, Kemp, and Loeffler (at least) are crooked.

The H1B giveaway in the middle of a “pandemic” is the last straw. The era of fighting at the ballot box is over.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  B125
1 month ago

Mark it: that will be remembered (not reported, but remembered) as one of the greatest political mistakes in history. It was the last straw even for some cucks.

RoBG
RoBG
Reply to  B125
1 month ago

CIS reports that last year 30K illegals with FINAL deportation orders were issued work permits. A couple of weeks ago (Nov. ’17) they proposed changing this. https://tinyurl.com/y5kho985 Should have been done Jan. ’16.

LineInTheSand
LineInTheSand
Reply to  B125
1 month ago

Can someone explain to me why Utah isn’t tar and feathering Mike Lee for spearheading the H1B treason?

Some of the Mormons that I know are civic nationalist universalists and have said to me that we should fill up all the empty spaces in flyover country with people, immigrants presumably. I guess it’s all about more conversions to Christ.

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  LineInTheSand
1 month ago

And Lee will be reelected. And Romney too. Because the magic LDS de-coder ring will tell them to do it. Because they are that stupid. Half the women in porn are ex-mormons. It’s easy for them as they’re used to getting a load in the mouth from UT politicians all the time.

RoBG
RoBG
Reply to  LineInTheSand
1 month ago

Perhaps it’s due to their history, but Mormons have always been open-borders universalists.

ProZNoV
ProZNoV
Reply to  RoBG
1 month ago

I live amongst the LDS. You are correct about their open border stance.

That said, other than the Amish, they’re the last remnant of the Olde Worlde in the US that has anything left that approximates real community…pro and con.

As their primary state (UT) is rapidly being taken over by fleeing Californians, their young men are figuring it out.

Too little, too late? Probably. Secularism and modern control (internet, mostly) is relentless.

RoBG
RoBG
Reply to  LineInTheSand
1 month ago

Fun fact: If a person converts from: Orthhodox/Anglican/Lutheran//Roman Catholic(prob. others also) to another they don’t have to be re-baptised because It’s considered to be the baptism of Christ. Mormonism is considered a cult and their baptisms aren’t recognized.

c matt
c matt
Reply to  RoBG
1 month ago

It is because Mormons are not Christians, despite their self-labelling.

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  LineInTheSand
1 month ago

I used to give Mormons a pass despite their heresy because at least they were white, and more importantly whites that bred. Now, their Councilors (Prophets, Apostles, whatevers) can join the Pope and Southern Baptist Conventioneers in hell.

Stranger in a strange land
Reply to  LineInTheSand
1 month ago

Mormons have nothing to do with conversions to Christ

Evil Sandmich
Reply to  B125
1 month ago

The corruption is aggravating, but the stupid! A smart GOP senate play would have been to rig the vote so that it passed but fell two shy (“missed it by *that* much”). With that unanimous vote they’re basically saying that they don’t even have it in them to try and pretend anymore, which doesn’t seem like a very wise play.

G Lordon Giddy
G Lordon Giddy
1 month ago

Exactly. It’s not easy stepping out of the comforts of the GOP and it’s Shaun Hannities and Rush Limbaugh’s. I even like Rush, he is a good guy, but the GOP as constituted now with few exceptions has the mindset of Funeral Directors and Insurance Salesmen.
Grifters.
And we are going to need Atilla the Hun or Braveheart as we go forward.
Until we get such men? I am going to withdraw from the theatre.

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  G Lordon Giddy
1 month ago

I still have the AM talk radio station on in my car, out of habit. As I drive I hear snippets of Rush Limbaugh, the people filling in for him as he dies, not to mention to little kike Shapiro and the other one Levin. When I was listening to these people in the 90’s, were they saying basically the same thing or has my own mindset changed so radically over the past 20 years that I see through every platitude and lie? Just yesterday the five minutes I heard from the Limbaugh fill in was going on and on… Read more »

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  G Lordon Giddy
1 month ago

What is amazing is how much hatred it has engendered in Normies. I was talking to some very white bread family members last night and they make us here seem quite tame.

WCiv...---...
WCiv...---...
Reply to  G Lordon Giddy
1 month ago

As a young kid, i had a job i didn’t like. It got worse. I began to hate my job. It took a while to find another, but i did, and i liked my new job. Lesson here. If you want to keep eating, don’t quit your job until you find another.

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
1 month ago

There’s still a huge amount of denial. Which will be gone by February. We’re used to Hollywood endings. Bruce Willis at the end of Die Hard with the blanket over him and some coffee. That’s not how the world works. The world is more of a European art film with no epilogue. Biden wins…FIN. I’m actually enjoying the torture of the Trumpians. The carefully crafted Fox News matrix is flickering around them. They’re seeing two black cats. Laws of physics being violated. Did Trump sign the Mike Lee half million new pajeet bill? If I could drive to Vegas and… Read more »

Based5.0
Based5.0
Reply to  JR Wirth
1 month ago

Upvoted solely for “fake as his daughter’s tits.”

RoBG
RoBG
Reply to  Based5.0
1 month ago

I was waffling on that one, but credit where it’s due.

Karl McHungus
Karl McHungus
Reply to  Based5.0
1 month ago

what evidence is there to the tits being fake? post pics…

gumdrop
gumdrop
Reply to  JR Wirth
1 month ago

. Bruce Willis at the end of Die Hard with the blanket over him and some coffee. THat funny!

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
1 month ago

” socialisms” Vintage Z right there. I actually could see the State stealing the Georgia run-offs FOR the Republicans to try to prop up the illusion the United States remains a functional democracy. The absolute fear on the faces of GOP leaders, along with all pillars of the State, tells the tale. Most people now realize the United States is an illegitimate, evil regime. There is a possible majority who actively hate the country now. Groups such as the hilariously named Lincoln Project are running commercials on freaking Fox, which has collapsed right along with support for the government, touting the… Read more »

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  Jack Dobson
1 month ago

They’re being used like rubes because they are rubes. Half of them decamped to Newsmax, which is a FNC clone, but with different names for the talking heads. And they skew older. Once someone is over 40, he or she is generally locked into place for life, politically speaking. God created grim death to change things up.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  JR Wirth
1 month ago

I’ll have to say some of these types in my circles have been quite radicalized by both the lockdowns and this election theft. And they are a bit on the old side, too.

B125
B125
Reply to  Jack Dobson
1 month ago

I know a jew in New York, a normiecon ben Shapiro Erick Erickson watcher who suddenly went to 100 since the election and now supports the militias being called out in favour of trump. Idk what that means exactly. But if it’s any indication even milquetoast conservatives are mad as hell

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  B125
1 month ago

The Democrats are catering to various of their pets that despise Israel… Mussies, self-loathing Tribe, and Academics… it scares your New York acquaintance. He’s probably just doing the old “let’s you and him fight ” routine. Never trust anyone who does a 180 overnight. They’re either angling or lunatics.

Helios
Helios
Reply to  JR Wirth
1 month ago

That isn’t true. Most of it is institutional brainwashing/advertising. A lot of young people just reflect the popular politics around them when they are young just to fit in. When I finally embraced my people and understood that their achievements / social structures / boring whitebreadery were a reflection of us I felt a great relief and sense of homecoming. The previous decades of being a stupid, knee jerk, wooly headed “leftist” were shed with ease and relief. The final obstacle, the hardest lie to dislodge was the one about the plucky (almost Christian!) defenders of “democracy” in the Middle… Read more »

B125
B125
Reply to  Jack Dobson
1 month ago

I made this comment above.

When Loeffler wins it will be even more proof that elections are entirely fake. Her husband is connected to China and she bought a Mao portrait.

Phoenix
Phoenix
Reply to  Jack Dobson
1 month ago

‘Most people’ realize no such thing..

c matt
c matt
Reply to  Jack Dobson
1 month ago

I actually could see the State stealing the Georgia run-offs FOR the Republicans to try to prop up the illusion the United States remains a functional democracy.

Might as well. It’s not as if they would rule any differently.

miforest
Member
1 month ago

The only exception I would recommend is local and state elections , It REALLY matters who your county sheriff and prosecutor are. The primaries are more important than the general election too. but for the house,senate and president, why perpetuate the lie that there is a choice.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  miforest
1 month ago

Correct. It is why the communists now field DA candidates. They know. It is very important to have sheriffs and DA’s who openly despise the federal government.

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  miforest
1 month ago

Absolutely true.

Diversity Heretic
Member
Reply to  miforest
1 month ago

George Soros is supporting certain district attorneys for a reason.

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  miforest
1 month ago

I used to believe that – decades ago. But I quit voting even locally (made a stupid exception in 2016) after every bond issue I voted against won, and every pajeet and Han candidate won, and the idiot White women workers gushed over the black head of the local repukes. Perhaps if you live in a small, rural town, voting might still be useful, but not in the ‘burbs, particularly here in Texas. I despise electoral politics and faux democracy and want it all to burn.

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  3g4me
1 month ago

And don’t think that black Republican isn’t swimming in white women. It’s a perk of the role.

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  JR Wirth
1 month ago

But… he’s so articulate!

whitney
Member
1 month ago

“These people did everything they were told, and victory was stolen from them” Blatantly stolen! And then told they’re crazy for noticing. It’s like somebody walked into your house, while you’re home and you have cameras, stole a bunch of stuff from you, you called the police, show them the video and they said “Oh no that didn’t happen”. I’m not so worried about the jackboots coming down because of too much diversity which will inevitably descend into tribalism. I think its just going to look like a game of whack a mole. Though it’s definitely going to hurt when… Read more »

Christian Attorney in Ohio
1 month ago

Scaring us with socialism will stop working at some point. The biggest capitalists–Gates, Buffet, Zuckerberg, the Google founders–are all Democrats. The stock market has done quite well since Biden was declared the President elect. That said, if I lived in Georgia, I would be voting for the two establishment Republican candidates. Keeping the Senate will keep the Democrats from packing the court and adding two more states. I know we can’t vote our way out of this mess, but we can use voting to slow down the total takeover by the left. 2022 will be a time to elect our… Read more »

Kapper
Kapper
Reply to  Christian Attorney in Ohio
1 month ago

Oh, just stop with the useless GOP talking points already. If you lived in Utah, you sound like you would vote to re-elect H1B Lee.
But you’re in Ohio, so I guess Kasich was your man.
And 2024 won’t matter if the 2020 fraud is allowed to stand.

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  Christian Attorney in Ohio
1 month ago

You’re still singing the same old song, the ‘conservative judges’ will save us. Like Amy Barrett and her Haitian chil’run and feeling ‘devastated’ by black saint whasisname’s death by the popo.

RoBG
RoBG
Reply to  Christian Attorney in Ohio
1 month ago

The stock market has been kept afloat by constant “injections of liquidity” or, as it’s more properly known “money printer go brrrr.”

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  RoBG
1 month ago

The stock market will be propped up for a very long time.

This is because the stock market, and the derivatives based on it are enomous money printers for the elite in their own right.

RoBG
RoBG
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
1 month ago

Very true. If people knew who owns stock and in what concentrations. . . .

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  RoBG
1 month ago

Brother, I figure if a schmuck like me that has has a few classes on probabilities and statistics under his belt can grift a low six-figure living out of the market, people with real capital who focus on this for a living are making millions, possibly billions every day.

Dutch
Dutch
1 month ago

As to the Flight 93 aspects of the recent elections, it’s as if the plane is hijacked, you break into the cockpit, you find the Democrat in the pilot seat flying the plane, and there is the Republican, sitting in the co-pilot seat, doing nothing. He says, yes, it looks bad, but it’s not quite as bad as it looks. He tells you it will all work out, maybe next time for sure, just go back and sit in your seat, and have the stewardess bring you a stiff drink.

ProZNoBut
ProZNoBut
Reply to  Dutch
1 month ago

……

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ProZNoV
ProZNoV
Reply to  Dutch
1 month ago

Alternatively…. You and your Republican copilot had their throats slit because they were told to “trust the plan”. Then everyone else on board was murdered.  That’s it. That’s the Flight 93 story as told by the movie. There’s no happy ending, and the Flight 93 story is worse than you know or I can tell. Suffice to say when I saw the Flight 93 movie in the theater (movie used real pilots, real flight attendants, real controllers), I wept like a F-ing child. Anyone who was in commercial aviation on 9/11 would love to tell you more, but can’t. R… Read more »

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Dan
Dan
1 month ago

Trump always faced an uphill battle. I for one am grateful for all we got from him. Superhuman, really. He rode a bucking bronco for longer than anyone expected. He showed people how to fight against the odds. Has anyone learned anything? “Walk away” to what? “Regardless, the only way forward is for people to abandon the GOP entirely and let them sink into obscurity. ” This seems about as well thought out as the Antifa plan. Wreck everything and then the promised land will emerge. Burn it all down and then what? Wait for a savior? Kill yourself? This defeatism… Read more »

King Tut
King Tut
Reply to  Dan
1 month ago

Trump’s only real or lasting legacy is that he becomes an avatar for the resistance; a sort of rallying cry or totem. It may not be justified based upon his actual real-world achievements but these things seldom are.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  King Tut
1 month ago

This is a very important point. Trump’s actual achievements were inadvertent but yuge, among them the illumination of how grubby and corrupt of a shithole the United States is. The failed coup attempt already had many people radicalized and this election theft has thrown fuel on the fire.

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  King Tut
1 month ago

True. Richard the Lionheart, that most English of heroes, spoke only French and lived in England for only a handful months in his entire life. The reality is less important than the symbolism once time adds patina.

Karl McHungus
Karl McHungus
Reply to  Penitent Man
1 month ago

well, Britain had territory on the continent, during his reign. Look up who his mother was…

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  Karl McHungus
1 month ago

Whole mess is confusing isn’t it? Duke of Normandy subject to the King of France but in rivalry, Bretons under Enlish dominion, nobody in the “English” court actually being English or even speaking the language. It’s a fun dive if you like head-scratchers. All I know is Sean Connery (Richard Or’Leon) showing up at the end of Robin Hood talking about kissing the bride in a Scotish brogue probably wasn’t accurate… but was hilarious.

King Tut
King Tut
Reply to  Karl McHungus
1 month ago

There was no Britain back then. Richard was a Plantagenet king, descended from William the Conquerer. He was Norman French, as were the entire ruling class.
The Plantagenets were constantly fighting with each for territory in France.

Karl McHungus
Karl McHungus
Reply to  King Tut
1 month ago

that’s funny, because the Romans called it Britain…

Dinothedoxie
Dinothedoxie
Reply to  King Tut
1 month ago

Norman French is a misnomer. They were Vikings that had lived on the coast of France for a generation or two.

Bilejones
Member
Reply to  Penitent Man
1 month ago

Henry V is “That most English of heroes” but the underlying point is valid.

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  Bilejones
1 month ago

True that, I should have said to modern lore. Every Robin Hood movie ever has always made him the noble English king, coming home and setting things to right. Only he never made it home. His corpse did. His body to Anjou and his heart to Normandy. France.

jdallen
jdallen
Reply to  Dan
1 month ago

Attaboy, Dan.

B125
B125
Reply to  Dan
1 month ago

Which borders?

The gop was fighting to not flood the country with 3rd world scab h1b labour, in the middle of an economic pandemic?

Oh wait…

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  B125
1 month ago

Even if we have all the guns but aren’t hard enough to resist B.A.M.N. and worse aren’t willing to learn to do so in an organized fashion, we deserve what we get.
The powerful do as they will, the weak suffer as they must.

tonaludatus
tonaludatus
Reply to  Dan
1 month ago

Thank you for saying this.

Pete Careen
Pete Careen
Reply to  Dan
1 month ago

I walked away after GW. I voted in 2000, watched him with his own COVID hoax, and continue to watch after he and ilk murdered 1 million plus Iraqi. Then came Trump, and Trump just gave no shits. No he is not brilliant but he is orders of magnitude better than the what he have had in my lifetime. Yesterday, in public, and again he called out the Gov. of Georgia publicly to do the right thing and at least call the legislature to session to order signature checks. I cannot think of any politician in my lifetime that would… Read more »

JR52
JR52
1 month ago

The last thing Assange tweeted out before he was taken down is this:

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No one in mass media writes about the CFR anymore but they were the primary target of the John Birch society, and the CFR controls foreign policy to this day. That video where Biden bragged about getting the Burisma prosecutor fired? That was at a CFR event. Behind the CFR is the big banks – JPMorgan and Citibank – that control the Federal reserve.

The intelligence agencies are rightly called the deep state, but the core of the deep state is the big banks. philosophically their biggest sin is fractional reserve banking, which is always prone to failure and always requires a sucker – the public – to bail them out.

The whole system is rotten and needs to be torn down. Usury is a sin for a reason.

If you get a chance, read The Shadows of Power by James Perloff. It is extensively documented and the logic in it is air tight. Written in the 1980s, it is as relevant now as it was then.

There is very much an organized conspiracy going on, and it is by a couple of Jewish banking families to create a one world government. America has been too rich compared to other nations to allow it to come about, which is why they have an ongoing war against our country’s wealth.

oldcoyote
oldcoyote
Reply to  JR52
1 month ago

Our wealth is already theirs: their enemy is the faith of your fathers and your white skin.

Helios
Helios
Reply to  JR52
1 month ago

If every nation develops in image of its people, then what is happening now reflects who the current elites are and it seems they think the ideal society should be urban, rootless, anonymous, selfish, isolated and paranoid. Just “healing the world” I suppose.

ProZNoV
ProZNoV
Reply to  JR52
1 month ago

Fuuuudddgggeee..another book?

Why not? I’m on so many “forbidden book” lists by now it’s not even funny.

”Camp of the Saints” for sale on Vdare for $150+. Bought it years ago for $15-ish. Should be equally cheap with on demand publishing.

Want to know what the “banned” books are? Look for hard copy books that are $$$. That’s the source for forbidden ideas. It’s not “Mein Kamph”, “The Communist Manifesto”, or Mao’s “Little Red Book”. It’s stuff like this.

This what your rulers fear.

Dan
Dan
1 month ago

The idea that if Republicans go, then everything will be fine is insane. Things can get far, far worse than they are now. Just look at England. No right of self defense at all. Muslims gangs can rape your daughter and you have no legal remedy. If you say politically incorrect things online you can go to jail. Quitting and accepting defeat is totally cucked up. If Zman isn’t fundamentally a cuck then he needs to put forth a better plan to fight back. I don’t see it. Rolling over and letting your enemies have their way with your country… Read more »

Glenfilthie
Glenfilthie
Member
Reply to  Dan
1 month ago

Correct. Sure, dissident – walk away. That’ll learn ’em real good, won’t it. Just an offhand question though – what will you do once you ‘walk away’? When the left wins, you go from getting socialisms in a trickle to getting it in a torrent. I love the dissidents, but this is where they fall flat on their face. They have no plan whatsoever in moving forward. They are as nebulous and wishy-washy as Conservative Inc. I get it. The players are corrupt, and the game is rigged. What do we do to change the game? Because, without a game… Read more »

JR52
JR52
Reply to  thezman
1 month ago

I read you every day, what is your plan after Dems have total control because we sat out?

Frip
Member
Reply to  JR52
1 month ago

Z’s plan is to lay low and build slow. All of you know this by now. But like children you keep asking the same question hoping you’ll force a different answer. Instead of continuing to ask, you should just state: “I have no patience for that. I want it fixed now!” Remember to stomp your feet as you type it.

Helios
Helios
Reply to  Frip
1 month ago

That is a childish, deflecting reply. However, why lay out your plans for the enemy to stay two steps ahead? Our enemy knows us better than we do, so the only answer in an “anti fragile” system such as they have now developed, is the absolutely unplanned-for, perhaps organic, unthinkable response?

Rwc1963
Rwc1963
Reply to  Frip
1 month ago

Building a infrastructure can only be done in a supportive environment something that is impossible under a regime of maniacs who hate our guts.

jimmy
jimmy
Reply to  JR52
1 month ago

Maybe it is not the Z man’s job to come up with a plan. Maybe we should use a little personal responsibility and have our own plan. I have one you can too.

Glenfilthie
Glenfilthie
Member
Reply to  jimmy
1 month ago

Nonsense.
If you want me to join you in walking away from the game, you’d better have an alternative. If you want a voice in what comes next – you have to have something other than a shrug.
I was afraid of this. Normies are coming out of hibernation, and all we can do is bitch about what happened while they slept…

jimmy
jimmy
Reply to  Glenfilthie
1 month ago

I did not ask you to join anything. I said it is everyone’s job to take personal responsibility. I not walking away from anything. These bastards have been screwing us for decades. Since you do not know how I conduct myself you might show a little restraint. Yes we have trouble, but It may be less than helpful to mount that horse of superiority prematurely until you articulate your plan or reread what I wrote.

Glenfilthie
Glenfilthie
Member
Reply to  jimmy
1 month ago

Apologies. What is your plan, J?

jimmy
jimmy
Reply to  Glenfilthie
1 month ago

You sir are a gentleman and like you I am disappointed and worried. My plan involves taking my responsibility for my part of this mess. I make a real effort not to be helpful to those who wish me dead. You do not have to blow up the train to make it stop just stop lubricating it. Money is the 90 weight of much of this crap. If 70 million people that voted for trump stop going to a popular coffee shop they would not be wearing BLM tee shirts. I do not know what the future holds but I… Read more »

BTP
Member
Reply to  jimmy
1 month ago

A personal boycott of Starbucks? That’s your plan?

jimmy
jimmy
Reply to  BTP
1 month ago

Well, that part of it, you could add football games, restaurants, school levy’s, property taxes etc, etc. How about pay off all of your debt. Or sit on our ass and do nothing. We lost and are in real trouble, you can blame who you want. I am going out of my way to Resist as often as I can. You can make fun of me but government really likes sales taxes. Maybe its a fools errand or may 70 plus million people can and will get their attention if they worked together a little. Voting did not work, maybe… Read more »

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Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  jimmy
1 month ago

Not a bad start, Jimmy. Getting your own house in order is a good place to begin. We must go further. Support white leaning organizations. Home school or challenge school boards. Sow distrust. Encourage Our boys to not opt for the military. Undermine and ostracize the woke in your neighborhood. Build community. Help Our people. Increase the pressure from embargoes to walkouts to whiteouts.

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jimmy
jimmy
Reply to  Penitent Man
1 month ago

Exactly,but informed people need to point us in the right direction. I feel like a horses ass for supporting the NRA, big Wayne cannot find a suit in NY has to fly to LA. Causes that spend 90% on the cause not the management. We are in such a bad place of very little trust it is hard to get traction. That why I personally am an army of one till I find something worth following. We all can’t go to Montana, we might have to dig the fox hole where we are. There are so many bright people out… Read more »

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  jimmy
1 month ago

At this point we are too atomized and are at a bottleneck w/regards to tech and media. Nothing happens quickly… until it does and we rarely see it coming. Don’t be an army of one, be self-sufficient as possible, but you must begin to reach out. You’ll run into flak, resistance and pushback. And you’ll also start to form community. Be an asset to your race. Find where you can be of help and where you can be an exemplar to others. We may get leaders at some point, and they probably won’t fit the exact bill you are looking… Read more »

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  Glenfilthie
1 month ago

The D.R. and rest of the actual Right is made up of too damn many individualists and too comfortable people. The very idea of what it will take to rid of this evil terrifies them. A quarter of so called Conservatives are Grima Wormtounge (Just vote Republican we’ll be fine) others are , another chunk are Denethor, made weak by comfort , memories and an easy life and the rest are just scared. We need more fighters who answer the call not by going Leeroy Jenkins but by building the idea that its not politics as usual but Freedom or… Read more »

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Beetle McTurk
Beetle McTurk
Reply to  Glenfilthie
1 month ago

Keep playing the game, then. There are millions of fools who cannot be reasoned with; one more or less will make no difference.

Vote harder!!

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  JR52
1 month ago

What is your ‘plan’ after voting repuke for decades has conserved NOTHING and has put the Dems in total control? Insanity is doing the same thing, over and over again, and expecting different results.

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  3g4me
1 month ago

Given that elections including primaries don’t yield results do to corruption the only other options are BOHICA or Boog.
I can’t blade anyone for being reluctant about the later.

Dinothedoxie
Dinothedoxie
Reply to  3g4me
1 month ago

Insanity is doing the same thing, over and over again, and expecting different results.

so is practice

If MJ had the dissident right’s ethos he would have quit basketball at 8yo when he missed two jump shots in a row.

King Tut
King Tut
Reply to  JR52
1 month ago

Are you expecting an instafix? Long is the way and hard, that out of hell leads up to light.

Helios
Helios
Reply to  King Tut
1 month ago

We can do nothing on our own, even if we take “responsibility” which is no more than realising we have been complicit in this mess. The only way is “united” and not in the Biden/Globosystem sense. We need to have some way of recognising each other and being safe in a strong group that has a single mind – our survival. Our enemy knows this which is why they have spent decades undermining our families, our common identity, our religion, our celebrations, our government, our legal system, our entertainment, our education, our jobs, our way of life, our connection with… Read more »

Beetle McTurk
Beetle McTurk
Reply to  JR52
1 month ago

They already have complete control. That is why you walk away. What do you still not get?

Johnny
Reply to  thezman
1 month ago

What Zman is saying is Republicans losing forces them to change and address what they always ignore. Even Trickle down economics was said the GOP would stop if they lost some big national defeat. They need tough love to get better.

Helios
Helios
Reply to  Johnny
1 month ago

They don’t care if they “lose”, it is a uniparty.

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  Johnny
1 month ago

Helios is right, The Establishment Republicans don’t care if they lose so long as they can loot.
The establishment must be replaced with incorruptible ideologues with our views or something close to them.
If they can’t do to corruption and note legal or not money as speech is corruption than the system itself must be repudiated,
This is hard for Conservative people to swallow but they are getting the red pill jammed down their throat bit by bit.
Once that’s done, take power, use power and build the nation you want.A Whiter, Righter, Brighter future.

Karl McHungus
Karl McHungus
Reply to  Dan
1 month ago

advocating for the party of cucking (GOP) kind of makes you the cuck, doesn’t it? Le Grande Cuque (in French)…

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Karl McHungus
Karl McHungus
Reply to  Dan
1 month ago

keep hitting the little button, cocaine monkey! you’ll get another “hit” one day….

King Tut
King Tut
Reply to  Dan
1 month ago

Ridding ourselves of the traitors IS the first and essential step that must be taken in order to fight back effectively. The reconquista is a process, not an event.

Cheese Nationalist
Cheese Nationalist
Reply to  Dan
1 month ago

What would happen to you if you raised the topic of interracial crime stats,especially rape, in public and in front of some GOPe politician? Critical Race theory, Affirmative Action, Disparate Impact,BLM all began in the US. England’s cities weren’t being burnt down for months by BLM/Antifa with the support of local and national politicians. Mandatory racial awareness lessons in companies are a product of the American genius.The explicit calls in public for genociding whites,again,began in the US. This idea that the US is some Rightwing paradise versus the Leftist hellholes of Europe is cartoonish. Western countries are all declining but… Read more »

Helios
Helios
Reply to  Cheese Nationalist
1 month ago

They don’t care. You are a racist, a bigot, a deplorable etc etc. our enemy sees the race issue as a bludgeon against us, and one ridiculously easy to wield.

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  Cheese Nationalist
1 month ago

Trying to persuade the people in power is as useless as arguing with Cthulhu.
Despite al the clickbait about Ben Shapiro demolishes X with facts and logic, its all B.S.
Power and ststus are more addictive than Oxy , its not going to work. They have to be replaced and if the system is too corrupt to work than BOHICA or Boog your choice.

LOL
LOL
Reply to  Dan
1 month ago

Civic nationalists who believe that voting is a form of meaningful political action in a system such as this is just…
What kind of a cuck believes that the people who literally bent the knee to BLM are going to do anything for you just because you VOTED?
Why it’s exactly the same as crosiing the Delaware at Christmas.
Muscular voting for globalists will save the day.

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c matt
c matt
Reply to  Dan
1 month ago

That may be true, but then insanity is also repeating the same actions and expecting a different result. Where has repeatedly voting GOP gotten conservatives? To this point, that’s where. And it’s always the same argument: Next time, we’ll get REAL conservatives in. Like Eyepatch!

krustykurmudgeon
krustykurmudgeon
1 month ago

to get a gauge of elite opinion – you should read Ron Brownstein at the atlantic. They are semi-paywalled (i think you get three free articles) but here is his recent stuff:
https://www.theatlantic.com/author/ronald-brownstein/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIsdTL8PeO7AIVRINbCh0w0wOGEAAYASAAEgIdvvD_BwE

MtomK
MtomK
1 month ago

Mark Twain said it best-over 100 years ago:
1)”If voting made any difference, they wouldn’t let us do it.”
2)”There is no distinctly criminal class in America, except congress”

Higgs Boson
Higgs Boson
1 month ago

Unicorn hypergamy picks up the scent of dead men walking, the herd constellates, the stampede ensues. Gird your loins and prepare for the sh😶t test of the century.

BTP
Member
Reply to  Higgs Boson
1 month ago

Chicks dig revolutionaries, so long as they have a good body count.

Higgs Boson
Higgs Boson
Reply to  BTP
1 month ago

Hypergamy is energy, a force of nature that has to be sublimated in order to be survived.

The Looting Phase
The Looting Phase
1 month ago

This is the post of the year on the Z Blog. Once again, Z Man tells people what they need to hear, not what they want to hear. I’m tired of the “but the Democrats are so much worse” or “we need to buy time” arguments from battered GOP housewives. Again, we heard the cry from Republicans that the only way to stop the bogeyman from putting socialisms on you was to vote for them so they could stop the socialisms. I’d go even further and say, bring on the socialism! Someone on Twitter pointed out that Republicans already dole… Read more »

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JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  The Looting Phase
1 month ago

The pajeet visa piñata was really something. As small businesses are vaporized left and right in the plan-demic. I just love the timing. And they’ll do it again and again.

George Carlin was right.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cKUaqFzZLxU

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  The Looting Phase
1 month ago

Beautiful rant, and true. White people have to get over their ‘principles’ and ‘doing the right thing.’ America has been a dead man walking for years. Social trust and community capital are things for homogeneous societies, not a maggot-ridden corpse. We are the suckers if we don’t try to get what we can of what’s left and use it for our own people.

RoBG
RoBG
Reply to  The Looting Phase
1 month ago

We’ve had socialisms for the very rich and very poor since I’ve been alive, and dog-eat-dog capitalism for the working- and middle- classes. If bailouts were justified, they should have come with massive strings attached to the benefit of the average American working stiff taxpayer.

Geo. Orwell
Geo. Orwell
Reply to  The Looting Phase
1 month ago

All too true. There is a reason we say we are not voting our way out of this.

Sgt. Joe Friday
Sgt. Joe Friday
1 month ago

“Spending skyrocketed, we got two pointless wars of choice on behalf of unnamed people working for an unnamed country and they added the foundations of a police state for good measure.”

Open borders too, and lectures about our moral failings for not liking it. That said, I never got why Bush made the left so crazy. His ideological godfathers were LBJ and Nixon, not Reagan, and his overt piety and sanctimoniousness was borrowed from the Jimmy Carter playbook.

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  Sgt. Joe Friday
1 month ago

Reagan wasn’t sanctimonious and open borders? Even his Challenger speech was overrated. Just another con man in a dogshit brown suit who was selling out the white middle class. The rot just wasn’t seen yet outside the rustbelt states.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  JR Wirth
1 month ago

I struggle with this take because Reagan did give some great speeches.

However, when one looks at Reagan’s record on immigration and gun control, it’s pretty disappointing.

I guess I shouldn’t be surprised because Reagan did spend a large portion of his life as a Democrat.

RoBG
RoBG
Reply to  Sgt. Joe Friday
1 month ago

Reagan got the Amnesty ball rolling. Bush-the-elder doubled legal immigration, created H-1B and OPT out of thin air and lost his reelection bid. Back then they felt the need to pretend that after this latest amnesty, enforcement was coming. Pinky swear. They don’t even pretend anymore.

Allen
1 month ago

Indeed, what is to be done?

One thing I know for certain, nothing is changed by following the rules laid down by your opponent. I would suggest people start small in their own lives, in their own homes. Reduce your debt, buy from trusted local merchants, educate your children in the fashion you see fit. Educate yourself, learn to be more productive for yourself and your family only. Think local, act local, and stay local.

They are all good first steps.

Dinothedoxie
Dinothedoxie
Reply to  Allen
1 month ago

Another very important step for dissidents is to stop avoiding jury duty. That’s one place where a single individual can make a big difference. Especially today with political and racial prosecution on the horizon. Get on juries by hook or crook and vote your race and political identity.

You just might save some poor white’s life from being ruined by a woke prosecutor.

Bilejones
Member
1 month ago

The lie that just won’t die

The deficit declined and there were a few years in which there was a budget surplus.

The last time Government spending was lower than Government receipts was 1957. U.S. Debt has increased every year since then
https://www.treasurydirect.gov/govt/reports/pd/histdebt/histdebt_histo4.htm

The “Budget” doesn’t matter.
What matters is how much was spent.

Celt Darnell
Member
1 month ago

Clinton started the business of pointless wars with Serbia, which cleared the war for sh!t like Iraq. His support for a balanced budget, criminal reform etc., only came into existence when the Republicans seized both houses of Congress in 1994. Clinton himself bitched that he had been turned into an Eisenhower Republican.
It was the end of the Cold War and economic restructuring of the 1980s that resulted in the prosperous 1990s.
Didn’t take long to screw that up…

Bilejones
Member
Reply to  Celt Darnell
1 month ago

How soon they forget. Clinton followed Bush the Wrinkled who had two jolly little adventures in Panama and Iraq. He, of course was following the example of Ronnie and his invasion of the existential threat that was Grenada.

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  Bilejones
1 month ago

Bile,

Grenada was an existential threat. If it weren’t, we wouldn’t have sent Clint Eastwood there.

Celt Darnell
Member
Reply to  Bilejones
1 month ago

And we can go all the way back to Woodrow Wilson’s invasion of Haiti, come to that…

KunioKun
KunioKun
1 month ago

Republican’s voters are Dale Gribble. Republican politicans are a gay Johnny Redcorn. Everybody knows what’s going on. The only question is, is Dale just ignoring all this because he doesn’t want to bother resetting his life, or does he really not see it?

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  thezman
1 month ago

Lord she slobbered over Mitt. I listened to her one morning on talk radio and thought she would slide off the chair. She has a posse of gays with which she keeps court and will put up with being sadistically savaged in person/publicly by leftie notables… as long as they are paying attention to her. That is either insane or duplicitous. Either way, beware.

whitney
Member
Reply to  Penitent Man
1 month ago

isn’t her boyfriend black?

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  whitney
1 month ago

I thought it was gay Milo.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  whitney
1 month ago

Yup.

Coulter is a coal burner, which renders everything she says irrelevant.

Karl McHungus
Karl McHungus
Reply to  thezman
1 month ago

she is a barren hag with man hands.

WCiv...---...
WCiv...---...
Reply to  thezman
1 month ago

Go easy on Ann. Mitt fooled a lot of people. He was the original Proteus, a smooth, slick, successful, handsome, articulate businessman. Unfortunately he was a phony. To Ann’s credit, she has been one of our strongest, loudest, courageous advocates for immigration control.

Higgs Boson
Higgs Boson
Reply to  Dan
1 month ago

Lord have mercy! Ann’s unicorn hypergamy, Kundalini Gone Wild, is always rode hard and put away wet.

Moe Noname
Moe Noname
1 month ago

I have a Pavlonian response after reading your columns where I check freedommunitions. com to buy (or try to buy) more ammo. With shipping, remanufactured .556 defensive rounds are now pushing $1.00 a shot. Price has doubled since this spring. You should be getting a commission.

Lawnerd
Lawnerd
1 month ago

Sorry, can’t ignore this vote. If the D’s win and pack the StCourt we will be f*cked. Zman your website will be considered Hate Speech and shut down or worse. Forget about your ARs as liberal judges will rule that 2nd amendment means the government can have a militia.