The Last Stop

Way back in the 1980’s, it was popular for members of the conservative movement to claim that the Left had run out of ideas. It was true to the extent that the Left had run out of policy ideas, having used them up in the preceding four decades. Conservatives were brimming with ideas on how to fix those policies. The big talk of rolling them back was really just a politically astute way of making reform look radical. The Right was always about fixing what the Left had broken.

The truth is though, those old progressive ideas from the early part of the century had run their course, but a new set of ideas were percolating in the academy. What we think of today as cultural Marxism and “wokeness” was coming together in the flophouses and brothels of left-wing politics. After the Cold War ended, these ideas started to take over the Left until we reached the present crisis. This crisis, however, seems to be the end of the line for radical thinking.

You see it with the obsession with Trump. Stable minded people with an agenda, even a nutty agenda, would have erased their old foe from the history books after dispatching him in the 2020 election. Instead, they cannot stop thinking about him and the army of imaginary bogeymen they think he leads. The Democrats have now hatched a plot to charge him with sedition so he cannot run for office in 2024. In reality, it is just a way to keep him alive as an adversary.

To normal people, this looks like madness. The truth is, Trump is old news and by the time 2024 rolls around he will probably not be a lock to win the nomination. This Ann Coulter column is a good indication that many of the people who supported Trump in 2016 are ready for someone new. Coulter’s judgement on these things is not always the best, she was a fan of Mitt Romney, but she speaks for Populist Inc. They are ready to move on and the Democrats would be wise to let them.

That said, Trump is a master marketer and he could very well retool his act as a revenge tour in 2024. Given the state of things right now and the chaos that looms on the horizon, the public could be ready to burn it all down. The GOP will surely win both house this fall then set about finking on their voters. The next presidential election could be a battle to win over factions in a purple-faced rage at the politicians. In that environment, Trump could look like the sober choice.

Still, the Left won the revolution and should be busy enjoying the fruits of victory but instead they long to return to the battle. The reason is the ideology that fueled the revolution is turning out to be nothing but clever words with no truth content. There is no end of history, no promised land of equality. Rather than being a strength, diversity has turned out to be a clever marketing scheme by corporate communists who live like white nationalist while lecturing everyone about race.

What the Left has quickly become is a glaring example of negative identity. They are not for anything that exists. Instead, they are a laundry list of things they oppose, with the claim that these things stand in the way of paradise. The fact that many of the things they rage against do not, in fact, exist, makes the agony all the more severe. It turns out that bellowing about white supremacy, something that does not exist, is not as fulfilling as screaming in the face of someone wearing a red hat.

In the movie Conspiracy about the 1942 Wannsee Conference, one of the actors tells another a story about a man who hated his father and loved his mother. When his mother died, he did not weep at her grave. When his father died, he was inconsolable, crying like a baby. The lesson of the story was that the man had defined his life by his hatred of his father. When his father was gone, he lost that which gave meaning and purpose to his life. That was why he was crying.

The American Left and their political party are now that man weeping at the grave of Donald Trump’s presidential career. This is, in part, why they cannot let go of the Covid madness, despite their party’s efforts. The mask is a reminder of better times when they had a reason to get up every morning. It is why their party is putting on the insurrection show for them. It is a bit of nostalgia for better times. It is why they hope to reanimate the Trump movement with an indictment.

That is the trouble with negative identity. A political movement organized around it can only end in sorrow. If it wins, it loses the reason to exist. If it fails, it runs the risk of retribution from the people it assaulted and it runs the risk of internal dissention over not having defeated the enemy. Negative identity becomes a self-made Alamo, a desperate last stand by people afraid of the future. It is why these movements attract so many weirdos and degenerates.

Unlike in the 1980’s, the sputtering of the prevailing radicalism is unlikely to give way to a new radicalism, at least not from the Left. Cultural Marxism was a reaction to the failing of economic Marxism. There is no next step in the underlying theory of history that animated both ideologies. This really is the end of the road for the theoretical framework that gave birth to Utopian radicalism. What comes next will probably be outside the old model of Left and Right.


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Hi -Ya!
Hi -Ya!
2 years ago

” It turns out that bellowing about white supremacy, something that does not exist, is not as fulfilling as screaming in the face of someone wearing a red hat.”

Oh, Zman!

LineInTheSand
LineInTheSand
2 years ago

As the funky old song says, “Once bitten, twice shy.” I’m done with Trump but my brother is still devoted to him. Trump wasn’t able to get Ivanka’s friends to like him in his last term. Sadly, his only option now is to enlist the gullible rubes again, so he’s now saying that whites are discriminated against by the withholding of c0v-d treatment. He’s right, but it’s all a ruse. If Trump is elected again, it will all be service to Israel and trying to get Ivanka’s friends to like him with more gibs for minorities. Whites are the idiots… Read more »

Catxman
2 years ago

When Trump first came into office, the Democrats and their supporters were terrified that their time had come. Even before the election, there were warnings from CK Louis the comedian and others that Trump was going savage them. The Democrats know they have betrayed the American ideal. Ever since the 1965 free-for-all immigration act, the left wing has been draining the vitality from the American nation-state. It is a seditious act that went on decade after decade, until the point that when you go to the average Mall it looks like the Third World. The Democrats believed they faced a… Read more »

Vizzini
Member
2 years ago

FFS, AP and CNN/San Jose Mercury News saying literally the opposite thing about the same CDC study:

“Prior infection, vaccines provide best protection from COVID”
https://www.yahoo.com/news/prior-infection-vaccines-best-protection-181246203.html

“Study: Vaccination protects against Covid-19 hospitalization significantly more than prior infections”
https://www.mercurynews.com/2022/01/19/study-vaccination-protects-against-covid-19-hospitalization-significantly-more-than-prior-infections/

If you read it, though, the study is a desperate attempt to convince people that the vaccines aren’t rapidly becoming obsolete. There are so many “maybes,” “possiblies” and unknowns in the study that it’s obviously useless.

Catxman
Reply to  Vizzini
2 years ago

I got my 3 shots. I figure, if science can’t be trusted then we’re doomed anyway. That motivates my thinking on global warming too. I don’t trust the politicians but the scientists seem to have a way of thinking that at least promotes intellectual integrity of a kind. It’s called the scientific method, and it works when it’s legitimately applied.

trumpton
trumpton
Reply to  Catxman
2 years ago

What a complete retard.

Andy Texan
Reply to  Catxman
2 years ago

Lol. ‘Scientists’ depend on grant money from government actors. Is not not obvious.

David Wright
Member
Reply to  Catxman
2 years ago

I don’t think we can help you here.

Vizzini
Member
Reply to  Catxman
2 years ago

There’s a difference between trusting science as a concept and trusting any particular individual scientist.

Lugo Writes
Lugo Writes
Reply to  Catxman
2 years ago

50/50 on if this a troll or not.

The Infant Phenomenon
The Infant Phenomenon
Reply to  Vizzini
2 years ago

“If you read it, though, the study is a desperate attempt to ,,, ,”

Thanks for the link. Yeah, there’s definitely something amiss. The link (to the study itself) embedded in the CNN writer’s article took me–three times–to a “Oops! You’ve made a mistake” page.

I am retired from CDC, so I think I can guess why that link doesn’t work: They don’t want anybody reading the “Methods” section.

Disruptor
Disruptor
2 years ago

Marxism is a means to the end of acquiring power. It is utilized by people who would not by normal means be able to come to power. Few in number, they employ Marxism to recruit a revolutionary class to be their army to over throw the ruling group. The Marxist dialectic postulates a utopia and contrasts that with a prevailing situation which is sub-utopian. It sells the utopia to the revolutionary class and blames the ruling group as causing the prevailing imperfection. Nowadays, they Marxists have succeeded in acquiring power. In the past they had to bribe blackmail bludgeon. Notice… Read more »

commenter
commenter
Reply to  Disruptor
2 years ago

And they didn’t have the luxury of the internet, either. They had to risk arrest or a fistfight to give (literal) street-corner speeches standing on soapboxes. They had to go around to the men on the shop floor or the barracks one-by-one, face-to-face, and try to organize. And in many cases they did this under monarchist governments that could imprison or censor much more freely than can a modern liberal democracy.

Stranger in a Strange Land
Stranger in a Strange Land
Reply to  commenter
2 years ago

Of the current brand of US Marxists, somehow I don’t think more than a very few have the gonads (well, maybe many of the girlz do) to literally take it to the street as they did back then.

trumpton
trumpton
Reply to  commenter
2 years ago

They had far more freedom of expression with regard to speech laws than we do now. They also had long term and large money backing. Which we do not. Maybe the NPCs used as the ground troops back then, (mostly recruited in College) are just not able for some reason to internalize the messages of the right, so are no use for us. The thing about NPCs is that they will go on and on without deviation for years. In order to duplicate this you really need some language construct that is as effective as those used ny the left… Read more »

Disruptor
Disruptor
Reply to  trumpton
2 years ago

“need some language construct that is as effective” Yes. We are the called. Intelligent people with the capability to utilize language skillfully. That would be how I’d reposition this. To generate simple words, repeatable by regular folks. Short, alliterative, metrical assonant slogans. Low energy Jeb, Crooked Hillary, Lyn’ Ted. It’s fun to be all smart and all with big words, but the money shot is catchy and repeatable. How retarded is Let’s go Brandon? For me, being a Marxist is fun. We are behind the eight-ball, it’s a difficult struggle, but what else are ya gonna do? What other thing… Read more »

trumpton
trumpton
Reply to  Disruptor
2 years ago

Yeah I agree completely.

By language construct I mean 3/4 word mantras that act as mind worms for the NPCs.

They become embedded completely, drive most of their behavior and are extremely difficult to dislodge.

They also have some extra keyed in meta structure that aligns with a certain brain often by the internal contradiction with reality.

Its amazing how well honed these are on the other side ad what a great tool for manipulation they present.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Disruptor
2 years ago

What strikes me is their founding belief, laid out right there in their original story:

They believe that they can do a better job.

They have never learned, after all this history. They won’t ever stop.
Truly the seed of the Lucifer.

The Infant Phenomenon
The Infant Phenomenon
Reply to  Disruptor
2 years ago

“But they showed up, they did the work. And now they are crushing us.”

Yeah, that’s what removing the old statues is all about: It’s how a conquered people are treated by their conquerors.

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  Disruptor
2 years ago

The thing is, in this bizarre proto-matrix, we are doing what they did. And we’re winning, too. Meme warriors, anons, streamers, podcasters, etc. Strange times.

Glenfilthie
Glenfilthie
Member
2 years ago

Truly a spectacular synopsis as usual, Z. I’m still chuckling about that rude comment about brothels and flop houses – I would only suggest you include the gay bath houses with this description in the future. 🙂 A point of order and intellectual nitpickery arises: on the one hand, you’ve said in the past that the left attacks like this because they are craven curs that are living in fear of getting shot by angry swarms of enraged dirt people. I agree, although I admit that may not be far fetched at the rate things are going. Once the lights… Read more »

Whiskey
Whiskey
2 years ago

To amplify on my comment about the motivations of the ruling class being dopamine hits from hate (and their view of themselves as moral superheroes), the trend has been to make Republicans irrelevant. As Biden signaled, they don’t need or want the Washington Generals anymore. Or the facade of elections. Unless they can fake and steal them, they will just rule. They don’t need the fake contest — that was for the 2000’s. That was then, this is now, per Emilio Estevez. By Military self-coup as signaled, with the press as priests blessing the legitimacy of the affair, and by… Read more »

Catxman
Reply to  Whiskey
2 years ago

Stalin grew up relatively poor and hardscrabble in a backwaters part of the Russian Empire. He started out touch and he got tougher. I don’t think a Democrat who goes to school at Yale quite compares.

Oswald Spengler
Oswald Spengler
2 years ago

Conspiracy was a great movie, with a superb ensemble cast. Very chilling depiction of the Wannsee Conference. Today, January 20 is the eightieth anniversary of the Wannsee Conference, by the way.

Eloi
Eloi
2 years ago

I think this post has a blind spot: what the Left won in the Revolution. I think of most of us over 30 year olds still say media and think newspapers and websites; we read them, even if just for jollies (like the WSJ article the other day). This is a major mistake on the part of people on our side of the divide. I would say 90 percent of young folk under 30 never, ever, open a news website. If you want to get into the mind of an under 30, you need to do some things: 1. Get… Read more »

TomA
TomA
Reply to  Eloi
2 years ago

Apparently you are unfamiliar with the video gaming phenomenon. That is, by far, the most significant platform of interaction within the younger generations. And it’s more addictive than crack/meth, relatively cheap, and doesn’t require you to leave your house, drive down to the hood, and score with your vibrant dealer.

Eloi
Eloi
Reply to  TomA
2 years ago

Oh I am – and their obsession with streamers is disturbing. However, the video game sub-culture is, in my experience, about 40 percent of the boys and 15 percent of the girls. 100 percent, including the video game addicts, are on social media constantly.

Spankadelphia
Spankadelphia
Reply to  Eloi
2 years ago

Millennial liberals are emotionally attached to the talented tenthers they grew up and went to school with. Anti-racism is a religious and spiritual belief for them. Most of this is because of the way the public school system was designed. They also associate conservatism with the GWB Presidency and never learned to leave the snarkolepsy of The Daily Show behind.

Millennials will forever be living in the 00’s much like boomers never wanted the 60’s to end.

Whiskey
Whiskey
2 years ago

Negative Identity is simply the most powerful tool that movements and leaders have at their disposal. First, it easily unites disparate elements who hate each other against an enemy they hate more. Second, it weaponizes the crazies who are directed beserker style against the enemy. Look at the Seattle Public Schools Diversity Director: an obese, ugly, mostly White woman who LARPS as BIPOC, married a child molester, and got her daughter to go trans. She’s the main driver in the school system for Wokeness squared. Third, negative identity ensures loyalty. For the crazy ugly, its BioLeninism. For the rest, it… Read more »

The Infant Phenomenon
The Infant Phenomenon
Reply to  Whiskey
2 years ago

I have seen different statements of this: ” … (which Ted Cruz got wind of hence his agreement with Brandon thinking it will keep him out of the camps which it won’t) and throw them into camps along with the unvaxxed, most White people, etc. … .” And it puzzles me. How are people going to be thrown into camps? By whom? Using what means? The number of men (yes, men) required for for doing anything even remotely like that is simply not at their disposal. And they aren’t going to be. We know that Nancy Pee was on the… Read more »

The Infant Phenomenon
The Infant Phenomenon
Reply to  The Infant Phenomenon
2 years ago

“3000 counties” not 300.

A.B Prosper
A.B Prosper
Reply to  The Infant Phenomenon
2 years ago

Whiskey is a Doomer by nature , blackest of black pills all the day long. Still worth a read though As for your question? They can’t. The Clowns have two things going for them, a good degree of institutional control and better organization. The first is less of an issue than you might fear as their control weakens the institutions and great many of the centrally directed ones are trusted by no one. CNN. Nobody’s News Network and so on. Now being good at organizing is a huge advantage. We on the Right have been conditioned to fear collective anything… Read more »

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2 years ago

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JR Wirth
JR Wirth
2 years ago

Democracy is merely communism going at 2mph rather than 80mph. The end result is always collectivism and bankruptcy. The worst situation would be Venezuela, where the magic 51%+ elected that government, which of course did its own version of a voting rights act, securing that government in place until someone has the ball sack to topple it. I see nothing on the horizon. Of course the lake of oil underneath skews the political situation allowing it to continue. The biggest question of our lives should not be about the current crop of politicians, but how the country will emerge from… Read more »

Compsci
Compsci
2 years ago

“What comes next will probably be outside the old model of Left and Right.” What comes next will most likely be war, but not against a third world shithole. War is the old standby to get the people to unify against an existential threat. It will be the last gasp of the elite and their deep state operatives and pol’s. The Covid scamdemic proved the people can be panicked into ceding their liberties, but it took too long and the opposition rallied and the people grew weary. War, as in a modern war, Will/may solve that problem once and for… Read more »

tarstarkas
tarstarkas
Reply to  Compsci
2 years ago

War will not unite the people inhabiting the former United States. What do a bunch of Mestizos and Haitians and Africans care if a bunch of (((white people))) in America want to go to war with a bunch of White people in Russia and Ukraine?

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  tarstarkas
2 years ago

You have a point, but it’s not the non-Whites who are—at this point—the problem. It’s the remaining Whites that still remember a country of former times, and who understand and will resist the direction we are headed in. But I would tend to disagree wrt minorities having no interest in fighting any war for “America”. Ignoring Blacks, and the ridiculous inclusion of women in combat roles, our minorities have a pretty good record in taking up arms in prior conflicts. They were of course overshadowed by a 90% White majority and perhaps that will tell in a new conflict of… Read more »

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Compsci
2 years ago

Minorities go into the military because they don’t have any better options commensurate with their abilities. Whites join the military, to a significant degree, for patriotic reasons.

Dennis Roe
Dennis Roe
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
2 years ago

Nobody fights like White european stock. Honor, duty, clan. How do you think we got here? The nose used to pit us against each other and profit from it. The veil has been lifted. Now we’re coming for you motherfuckers, needle wielding satanists..

PrimiPilus
PrimiPilus
Reply to  Compsci
2 years ago

Question from a retired soldier with some experience at operational planning and execution: Are we talking about the same Sr persons and institutional cultures that just LOST a two-decades-long war?

Asking for someone whose own soldiers gave their lives there.

Yes, you could say that losing was part of the strategy. I personally think those running the show don’t define winning and losing like we, and the majority of traditionals, might.

But I don’t think their definition(s) will stand the long grind against reality.

A.B Prosper
A.B Prosper
Reply to  Compsci
2 years ago

We won’t be going to war. Our logistics are so fragged we can’t even feed people that well any more We’d be out of ammo especially high tech stuff in a few months with no restock and the economy would collapse. Also no one want this war. I’m not sure what would happen if we needed manpower . Draft Low T Soy Boys . Draft Girls. China won’t bail us out either. They have internal problems from hell Also assuming it was Russia and that somehow the stuff they used had little to know military value which is risible they… Read more »

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
2 years ago

I don’t see trump re-tooling himself. When he was discovered as a politician, it was the same guy who was a reality star, and before that it was the same guy hawking board games with his image on it as he rolled around Manhattan in a limo. Trump is like some late 70’s smoked glass coffee table. He’s always been the same. Some people want to take it to the dump and some don’t. I would have thrown it to the curb the first time I heard the words “slat fence.”

B125
B125
Reply to  JR Wirth
2 years ago

Trump is 75 years old. People forget how old he really is because he’s still so energetic.

Trump is Trump – stubborn, and quite old. He’s not going to change, for better or worse.

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

I think it can be argued that, at present, Trump looks and acts younger than many 50-somethings.

The one thing I can see causing him a problem going forward is his waistline due to his love of hamburgers.

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
2 years ago

1/6 and Operation Warp Speed guarantee he’ll never hold office again. As far as what he’s doing now, sound and fury signifying nothing. His reality distortion field is remarkable.

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  Paintersforms
2 years ago

The vaccine issue is a sleeper one for him. Talk about missing the mark! It will be the one that pops his bubble. Even many of his diehard supporters know that “Operation Warp Speed” (any Star Trek reference in politics is sad) was really about removing all the safety protocols to rush the thing to market. Sort of the way he would hide construction issues from the building inspector (I’m guessing;). Only his dumbest supporters think O. W. Speed was about people in lab coats power walking petri dishes around the lab and hustling to get the job done.

Memebro
Memebro
Reply to  Paintersforms
2 years ago

I don’t think “Operation Light Speed” hurt him, but his shilling and credit taking for the vaxx in the aftermath have. There was no harm in him pushing an effort to quickly create a vaccine. Early on, there wasn’t a lot of information about COVID, and there were a lot of unanswered questions. He doesn’t have that excuse now. Pushing this vaccine on healthy people and children is irresponsible. This is the position he should be taking, and his base would support him on that.

trumpton
trumpton
Reply to  Paintersforms
2 years ago

@memebro

The data was available.

Diamond Princess: Feb – Mar 2020:

712 of 3,711 people (19%) positive.

13 deaths av age > 70.

0 crew (out of 1000+) in hospital or dead

TomA
TomA
Reply to  JR Wirth
2 years ago

The only legitimate and fair criticism of Trump is that he slowed our descent to the bottom by resurrecting our economy through elimination of a lot of bad trade deals with the rest of the world. As such, the Comfort Firsters got a short reprieve from an existential reality check and went back to eating Doritos by barrel while parked on the couch watching Hannity and Carlson. Now that Dementia Joe is installed in the White House, the only exercise that these fat-asses get is when they jump up and shriek at the TV and wail/whine at some new act… Read more »

B125
B125
2 years ago

We live in interesting times. Things are happening quickly. COVID and the response to it seems to be the black swan event. Hatred toward the regime is being sparked by the lockdowns and forced vaccinations. That’s something important for our side to recognize. A portion of our people (Anglosphere) hate tyranny, and bristle at being told what to do. This seems to be what’s put us at the precipice of something big – not race, not taxes, but that feeling of being trapped with no escape. That’s something our side should take note of. Hearing lots of anti government rhetoric… Read more »

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  B125
2 years ago

Any insight on how the trucker strike at the border is playing out ?

B125
B125
Reply to  Falcone
2 years ago

I doubt it will have much of an impact. The Boomers will play around with their rigs for a few days/weeks and cause minor disturbances, and then it will slowly lose steam. From what I saw they were blocking a crossing in the middle of nowhere, Manitoba & North Dakota. Let me know when they roll up to the Buffalo, Detroit, or Washington ports of entry, lol. Anyways, the bulk of truckers (especially dry van & reefer) are indians and other assorted foreigners who love complying (for now), or just have a fake vax pass. Respect for doing something, though.… Read more »

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  B125
2 years ago

“The starving of the Kulaks is beginning.”

Indeed

miforwest
miforwest
Reply to  B125
2 years ago

I personally know of 4 vaxed women who have had miscarriages after becoming vaxed. given basic statistics , that many is such a small random sample implies a really big problem going forward . We do not know yet what the long term health effects of this will be. I don’t and since neither testing nor use was don’t long term , that data doesn’t exist yet . nobody could possibly know it . What happens going forward is going to be impacted by this . If it turns out bad, there will be a level of anger at the… Read more »

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  miforwest
2 years ago

miforest: The ‘level of anger’ depends enormously on whether or not the vaxxers connect the dots. From what I’ve read thus far, most are strenuously denying that anyone died of complications from the vax, unless said complication was immediate. The other issue is official manipulation of numbers – most here are now wise enough to question anything put out by the government, but Jane Normal will look at official miscarriage or stillbirth statistics and decide she was just unlucky. To be forced to admit one voluntarily took a largely untested, ineffectual, and dangerous vaxxine oneself – let alone imposed the… Read more »

miforest
miforest
Reply to  3g4me
2 years ago

you are correct, I was looking at this from my point of view , which admittedly few people have.

John Flynt
John Flynt
2 years ago

Cyclical and seesaw nature of US politics guarantees the conservative party wins back the House and very likely the senate in 2022.

If Biden is gone, the dems will still win against Trump in 2024 if they pick a likable moderate or a charismatic liberal who gets along with corporate America (like Obama).

.

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  John Flynt
2 years ago

That cyclical and seesaw nature of US politics was a reflection of a country where whites were the dominant majority. As whites fall in % of the population, there will be no back and forth.

Look at California. The state doesn’t swing back and forth between the Dems and the GOP. It’s the Dems every day, all day. That’s the future for the presidency and, later, Congress and the senate.

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

WRT California, we will see how the single payer scheme plays out If it passes, then there will be serious exodus. It is the one thing, along with water rationing, that will cause me to say goodbye and good riddance, and I would prefer to stay here or keep a home here at least. It’s not something I take lightly. And that said, CA is the equivalent of a liberal c-ck tease of a state because it promises all of these lefty things but everything it ends up doing always — always — has the effect of driving up single… Read more »

John Flynt
John Flynt
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
2 years ago

That is not the case. Diverse America you can count from some time to the 90s until Todyay. Before 1994 the legislature was controlled by Democrats on regular basis. Some state legislatures took until the oughts to flip to Republicans for the first time in a hundred years. The executive flipped parties, mainly because of the difficulty in appeasing all the factions that the democrats represented legislatively and the upheavals they had with kicking some of their coalitions out of the party (which Republicans could capitalize on). It wasn’t until Gingrich nationalized legislative elections in the 90s that we began… Read more »

Wolf Barney
Wolf Barney
Reply to  John Flynt
2 years ago

First Trump has to beat DiSantis, which is no easy task for an enthusiastic vaxx salesman.

John Flynt
John Flynt
Reply to  Wolf Barney
2 years ago

Desantis is atrocious in every way. I hope the democrat beats him if it comes to it.

Mccain Obama part II

Spingehra
Spingehra
Reply to  John Flynt
2 years ago

Not that I’m a great fan of Trump but the we know what’s good for you scum did not “win”; the election was total fraud. Everything coming out of the establishment media is bulls#!t lies. Everyone knows it . Most won’t acknowledge it because that would mean the United States of America is truly dead. And it is dead it just hasn’t fallen over yet. The utopians who are now in charge seem to want ww3
Their fantasy of a winnable nuclear war ain’t gonna work out so well for the rest of us.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  John Flynt
2 years ago

No, they’ll beat Trump in ’24 because they’ll steal the election again.

John Flynt
John Flynt
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
2 years ago

The Oligarchs like having a viable center right. They would’t fund Republicans or Tories if they actually wanted to get rid of them.

Its good for stability and keeping their power. The center right has served them well and faithfully for too long to be gotten rid of.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  John Flynt
2 years ago

But the Republicans are not center-right. They are, at best, center-left. And as long as the Power Structure allows the Republicans to win the odd mid-term, the fiction of liberal democracy can be maintained. I suppose the Power Structure will allow a Republican into the White House again at some point, but it will be a feckless and repellent vulture like Mitt Romney, not someone like Donald Trump who is conceivably a real threat to the Power Structure. Di Santis, I believe, would insta-cuck directly he’s inaugurated, so there’s a chance he would be allowed to win.

Stranger in a Strange Land
Stranger in a Strange Land
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
2 years ago

I fear your perspective on Di Santis is correct.

Dennis Roe
Dennis Roe
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
2 years ago

He’ll fly to isreal and kiss the wall with his little fuckin hat on.

miforest
miforest
Reply to  John Flynt
2 years ago

possibly, but dominion voting machines can “pick up on unreported trends” if you know what I mean. I am not sure how many conservatives who watched the gop go along with the 2020 election will even bother to vote

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  miforest
2 years ago

My hope is that people on the Right stay home in droves for the midterms and in ’24. It would do me good to see the GOP punished severely for its perfidy, cowardice and betrayal. Not that I’m really getting my hopes up…

John Flynt
John Flynt
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
2 years ago

I hope too but don’t believe it. People will take the easy way out and embrace the comfortable conservative false opposition as the Republicans keep screwing everyone over.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
2 years ago

IRS to require facial recognition to view tax returns online as part of the globalist drive to turn pleb life into a cradle-to-grave TSA checkpoint:

https://www.zerohedge.com/technology/irs-require-facial-recognition-view-tax-returns

trumpton
trumpton
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
2 years ago

The open prison pretending to be a society

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  trumpton
2 years ago

There’s a pretty good book about that titled Inverted Totalitarianism, though the author is a lib and needed a stronger editor to really organize his arguments in a more logical order.

imbroglio
imbroglio
2 years ago

Here where I’m located in the heart of Wokeville/Covid Cult country, there’s two things I’d keep in mind: First, many wokesters, like other people, are opportunists who go along to get along. Their commitment to woke ideology — diversity, trans, hate whitey — is thin. Many academics, the reigning element in Wokeville, would easily go the other way if success in their careers required it. Same with many school teachers who “teach to the text” they get handed and don’t think much about it. CRT, White Supremacy, whatever. Some of this is garden variety laziness and cynicism (we work for… Read more »

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  imbroglio
2 years ago

I totally agree I live here in the belly of the liberal beats (sic lol) myself and so much of the liberal thing is a pose. And in fact, most people I know of all races and colors are fairly down to earth with their common sense. What gets people riled up here are gas prices and taxes, and as “liberal” as it is, we booted a governor for jacking up the car registration fees, coupled with gas taxes, and yet the roads stink. All the liberal pie in the sky utopian stuff is, however, primarily marketing to the rest… Read more »

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  imbroglio
2 years ago

What this doesn’t explain is how the Left captured the West to begin with. They did it by monomaniacally espousing an ideology in which they truly believed. Those 60s radicals weren’t cynical fortune-seekers; they really did–and still do–believe the white race is evil.

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
2 years ago

I’d agree that the Left is based on negative identity and this always ends in failure. But I disagree that the Left is out of enemies to keep the fire burning in their belly for awhile longer. 1. White nationalists 2. Climate change – caused, of course, by bad white people 3. Inequality both home and abroad – caused, of course, by bad white people Etc. The Left hasn’t hit the end of the road. The radical Left has hit up against the establishment Left and Joe Normie whites. The radical Left wants to get serious about fighting their perceived… Read more »

Eloi
Eloi
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
2 years ago

I agree. I think people get so invested in the nuances of names and individuals that they forget the enemies the Left conjure are intangible boogeymen who can take many corporeal forms and cause many tangible disasters, disasters which will become more aplenty as the decline of American continues. Allow me to illustrate: I believe that the rise in prices will continue, and the pain will continue to be felt. The great masses will suddenly find their protruding bellies not so full anymore. What should we do? -First, push the narrative that this new crisis is disproportionately impacting POC. –… Read more »

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
2 years ago

All these “causes” you list are already weakened to the extent that the current Covid scamdemic is. They will not stand as folk outside of the “true believers” realize they are not existential treats, but pretexts. The problem is these causes took too long to manifest and provided time to understand and organize an opposition. One can only hear “…we have only 10 years…”, or “…Blanks are being killed by White supremacy …” for so long in the face of reality. It’s the boy who cried wolf one too many times. Not to say, they won’t go and harp on… Read more »

trumpton
trumpton
Reply to  Compsci
2 years ago

I think the climate hoax is just getting started in its wide ranging effects and uses as a tool of control.

If you can run a 2 year scam in the face of no evidence for something as obvious as a disease that doesn’t kill people then you can run a weather scam for decades.

Every time I hear any public figure no matter what side of the political spectrum they always phrase something to the point of “Climate change is our biggest threat .. yada yada yada”

Range Front Fault
Range Front Fault
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
2 years ago

Let’s fly out to 35 K feet. There are some bigger cards on the table mostly being ignored that will greatly affect the mass of humanity. Although our attention is irrevocably drawn to the constant mass drama insanity, keep in mind the grand solar minimum is bearing down on the planet. This will greatly reduce crop yields and lots of drama weather. Every time the earth goes through this solar minimum cycle, crops turn to shite and large masses of people get up and move into other peoples’ territories. This is on top of failing Woke Marxism whatever it’s called.… Read more »

Moss
Member
Reply to  Range Front Fault
2 years ago

I’ve missed you Range! Great reminder…Solar to plants runs the world.

wasp
wasp
Reply to  Moss
2 years ago

volcanic eruptions, which will increase, often cause things like ‘a year without a summer’. solar arrays will not work under such clouds of dust.

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  Range Front Fault
2 years ago

Range: Wonderful to hear from you again! I’ve read things about the Solar Minimum, but I really don’t know enough to judge whether I expect it to happen or not. The official weathermen cannot even get the correct prediction for the next 24 hours, let alone the next few decades. China has, indeed, bought up enormous quantities of various crops, and I don’t think it’s just in case of a rainy day. I’ve seen the photos of empty grocery store shelves from all over – and yet I was just in a few places today that were brimming with both… Read more »

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Range Front Fault
2 years ago

Hooray, it’s Range!

Excellent. Great history.
Now, do it again- with a whole lot less modern fertilizer.

The Infant Phenomenon
The Infant Phenomenon
Reply to  Range Front Fault
2 years ago

” … keep in mind the grand solar minimum is bearing down on the planet. This will greatly reduce crop yields and lots of drama weather.”

The current Grand Solar Minimum–the Eddy GSM–started in 2015, so we are well into it now.

And all this increased volcanic activity is also a direct result of the GSM.

You are right.

Anonymous White Male
Anonymous White Male
2 years ago

“There is not next step in the underlying theory of history that animated both ideologies. This really is the end of the road for the theoretical framework that gave birth to Utopian radicalism. What comes next will probably be outside the old model of Left and Right.” No, it won’t be outside the old model of Left and Right. If the game is changed too radically, the nut jobs will shut down due to amygdala overload. Besides, Dialectic Materialism has worked so well for puppet masters that there will be some form of duality that will mirror what has gone… Read more »

TomA
TomA
2 years ago

First, regardless of Ann Coulter’s populist analysis, Joe Normie is still wedded to Trump for the simple reason that he is the only “politician” in their lifetime that has punched back and actually done some things (think killing PPP/NAFTA, and building a few hundred miles of wall). Count him out at your own peril. And he was neither the problem nor the solution. McConnell hates him more than Pelosi/Schumer, which is a badge of honor. Second, it doesn’t really matter what either the Progs or ConInc. think about in terms of high-minded policy because they are just pawn -actors doing… Read more »

Mr C
Mr C
Reply to  TomA
2 years ago

I tend to agree. Our side is not getting what we want anytime soon. Schadenfreude is a good enough reason to root for Trump.

Anonymous White Male
Anonymous White Male
Reply to  TomA
2 years ago

Ann Coulter became one of the most vocal “conservative” Trump naysayers quite early on in his presidency. She began complaining constantly about his performance, or, rather lack of performance, toward “the Wall”. And it was true. He promised the world and delivered diddly squat. At the time, I thought he was doing what he could, considering the monomaniacal opposition from the Left and the media (I know, that’s a redundancy). But now, I think Trump was just a pacifier for the Right, and never had any intention of accomplishing anything major, other than selling his brand. The comparisons of the… Read more »

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Anonymous White Male
2 years ago

The *Wall* was not a failure—he simply ran out of time. Had he been re-elected, it would be finished in his second term. He rebuilt what was there and built over 400 miles of new wall. Here in AZ, the Gov has proposed we attempt to confiscate the wall materials in AZ by the border and complete our section of wall. Yep, the materials are on site and paid for and there is not that much left to complete. Of course, a Biden admin will fight this and win, but we’re allocating funds anyway. Trump “creatively” funded “the wall” in… Read more »

Anonymous White Male
Anonymous White Male
Reply to  Compsci
2 years ago

“The *Wall* was not a failure—he simply ran out of time.” No, “The Wall” was not a failure. Trump was. I don’t trust government numbers, but according to the US Customs and Protection Department, a total of 452 miles of border wall system had been completed as of 1/08/2021. But, that number consists of 373 miles worth of construction in place of dilapidated and or outdated designs. Only 80 miles worth of border wall construction happened in locations where no barriers previously existed. To contrast this with reality, the border between the US and Mexico is 1,954 miles long. You… Read more »

tashtego
Member
2 years ago

I don’t think it is out of the question that the regime will refuse to recognize election results that go the wrong way. Regime lick-spittles have started projecting that course and why not? They got away with installing Monsieur Merde de Pantalons in the most blatant 3rd-world manner. Who would stop them? They are for most part beyond caring about appearing legitimate in the sense of having been elected in free and fair elections. They do not recognize true opposition as legitimate and in fact are steadily criminalizing opposition or declaring it to be a mental disorder.

Spingehra
Spingehra
Reply to  tashtego
2 years ago

Absolutely agree
They will never stop until they are stopped.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  tashtego
2 years ago

To the Power Structure, dissent is domestic terrorism. That really tells you all you need to know.

My Comment
Member
2 years ago

We make a major mistake if we right off the left as being crazies who have run their course. Reality is that they are just getting started. 1. They control nearly all institutions. If CRT was banned tomorrow it wouldn’t make a difference because most teachers, media types and the managerial class believe in it and feel that they have a moral duty to continue the struggle against white privilege and whiteness. Consequently it does not matter that the majority are getting turned off by wokeness. 2. The left is a religious movement and nothing has come along to fill… Read more »

Coalclinker
Coalclinker
Reply to  My Comment
2 years ago

Many of the young men I talk to know everything has failed, and that they have no future until things completely change. They are pissed off, and will straight up tell you that white people still outnumber everyone else. They are quiet but rumbling, and the day of their social explosion is coming.

commenter
commenter
Reply to  Coalclinker
2 years ago

Yes and no, Coalclinker. Certainly I hope you are right. I agree there are a growing number of those guys but the problem is they mostly live in the countryside or they are working class: i.e. too busy keeping food on the table to get involved with abstract things like politics or community-building beyond drinking with buddies or perhaps attending an hour of church with the wife (if he even has one). No snobbery here, but it’s the truth. The prime-age white man in the city or suburbs who has a little bit of money, a stable family and some… Read more »

Coalclinker
Coalclinker
Reply to  commenter
2 years ago

The ones who know how to use firearms are perfectly fine and very aware of their dire situation. In private they talk just like men born before World War II. There’s lots of spice in their banter. They’re really the only ones who matter.

Eloi
Eloi
Reply to  Coalclinker
2 years ago

Yet – where will they direct that anger? I deal with many young folk, and I live in one of the most conservative locations in the country by today’s standards, but they still spout Leftist mantras obliviously. The next question is: why? The answer is simple: they spend more time on their phones than using their eyes. The only beliefs they have are the ones implanted in their minds by the Chicoms on Tiktok and… ahem… others in the more western tech world. They do not have any way to view the problems of their world except within the lens… Read more »

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Eloi
2 years ago

That’s what I fear too. Gen Z as a loose cannon focused in the wrong direction. We even see such in this group, with the emphasis of all things wrong being the fault of “Boomers”.

Yep, one can argue that modern mass movements/revolutions are the product of disgruntled workers/peasants, but look at just a couple: French Revolution, Russian Revolution. Not what I’d look forward to.

Eloi
Eloi
Reply to  Compsci
2 years ago

Well put, regarding “Loose cannon focused in wrong direction.”

The Infant Phenomenon
The Infant Phenomenon
Reply to  Compsci
2 years ago

Neither the French (1789) nor the Russian (1917) revolutions was the product of peasants and workers.

Both were the result of decades of subversion by well-heeled and well-educated bourgeois. Even a few genuine aristocrats in both. But not peasants and workers.

Coalclinker
Coalclinker
Reply to  Eloi
2 years ago

The ones who frequent basements playing games aren’t going to do much of anything.
Now, if our Cloud People decide the country has to immolate itself to keep them in power a few more days, it will be an urban versus rural conflict. Now who is most aware of their surroundings? City folk best stay where they’re at, and the country folk who cooperate with them will be moving there for obvious reasons.

My Comment
Member
Reply to  Coalclinker
2 years ago

There is a growing minority of young men who get what is happening. However they will be prevented from getting any power except at the local level. It is important that they seek that local power and start building a base. They will also need to start building a parallel economy because they will increasingly shut out of traditional institutions including corporations, law and medicine.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  My Comment
2 years ago

Well, we have people across four or five generations that are essentially the US’ version of Mao’s Red Guard, and they are happily waging war on the Four Olds to implement their imagined utopia.

Iron Maiden
Iron Maiden
Reply to  My Comment
2 years ago

It’s depressing how successfully the narrative has been driven home to the younger generations. In a casual conversation with an expectant father today, he expressed ambivalence about wishing his first child was a boy so he could do ‘male’ activities with him. I was quick to assure him there was no point in feeling guilty for wanting to have a son and enjoy traditional male activities. What a number the powers-that-be have done on young men’s psyches that they second guess their instincts this way!

trumpton
trumpton
Reply to  Iron Maiden
2 years ago

Media is they key.

It is so pervasive in forming people’s thoughts it is impossible to create change without this being first disrupted in some form.

As you point out all top down narrative sources are now unified in their messaging and you have to both be able to see it is saturating your environment and make a concerted effort to reject what appears to be the dominant social signals.

Not easy for most.

Coalclinker
Coalclinker
2 years ago

” The GOP will surely win both house this fall then set about finking on their voters.” Surely, someone around here doesn’t actually think that voting today is truthful, legal, and matter for that much? In the past the Cabal or whatever people want to call them would shovel up some Marxists to pass a bunch of laws that were downright anti-American. Then knowing how much the people hated them, they would put up a tranche of Max Boot Republicans on the ballot, flip a switch, and let things cool off until they decided we needed the next installment of… Read more »

The Infant Phenomenon
The Infant Phenomenon
Reply to  Coalclinker
2 years ago

” … after which anyone who is a refusenik will get rounded up and sent to a hell hole.”

How would that be done? And by whom?

Honest question.

Coalclinker
Coalclinker
Reply to  The Infant Phenomenon
2 years ago

Your next door Democrat neighbors will likely be a part of it. And their young ones will be the prison guards.

The Infant Phenomenon
The Infant Phenomenon
Reply to  Coalclinker
2 years ago

Well, that’s not an answer, but thanks for your reply all the same.

Coalclinker
Coalclinker
Reply to  The Infant Phenomenon
2 years ago

Note that I didn’t say any purges would be successful. Bloody probably yes, but a likely failure in the end. The interesting part arrives after there are clear winners, and losers as well.

Severian
2 years ago

Fifteen years or so ago, all my Liberal friends were encouraging me to watch this tv show, Portlandia. I’d love it, I was told, “because it makes fun of Liberals.” Which it did, I guess… but the “humor” was all of the “We’re just too good for this sick sad world” variety. (In the episode I watched, the main characters were going to go for a morning bike ride. They got all their stuff together — lyrca shorts, those laminar flow helmets that look like big jockstraps, and so on. But then they wondered if they needed sunscreen, so they… Read more »

JerseyJeffersonian
JerseyJeffersonian
Reply to  Severian
2 years ago

Ah, one can dream, but this scenario overlooks the awesome power of hypocrisy, something which the shit libs possess in copious supply. As card-carrying members of the Meritocracy (and boy howdy, are they never, ever shy of letting us know it), like all classic bullies they keep everyone else off balance by good, hard shoves in the chest of induced shame and self-doubt, thus freeing themselves to live a life of detached superiority. Off themselves? No, bucko, that is what they have in mind for us Dirt People; make our lives not worth living, shut us out of options for… Read more »

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Severian
2 years ago

This is happening now. They just want to take us out with them.

Dennis Roe
Dennis Roe
Reply to  Severian
2 years ago

You’re watching the voluntary human extinction movement, they’re lining up for it at walgreens because the tv told them to.

Bilejones
Member
2 years ago
The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  Bilejones
2 years ago

Yes, if we continue on our current trajectory widespread chipping for the purpose of global human husbandry is likely inevitable.

Evil Sandmich
Evil Sandmich
Reply to  Bilejones
2 years ago

“All powered by Microsoft Technology” -Well why didn’t you say so, ‘chip’ me up!

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
2 years ago

Spot on, Z. The reason the Left has not accepted and embraced victory is because Cultural Marxism is a straight up religion, and perfection only can be aspirational. Yet they persist in seeking perfection because their psychopathic and frankly idiotic faith demands it be achieved. Innocent lives will be destroyed in the process, and that is happening now. I have started to think they will lose, though, although our people will be greatly damaged by it if we survive at all. If the original Marxists had been mentally retarded, their show trials would greatly resemble the January 6 Committee, their… Read more »

The Booby
2 years ago

“The GOP will surely win both house this fall then set about finking on their voters.” The 2022 mid-terms are the perfect opportunity to send these SOBs a message. Loudly and publicly declare that you will not vote for the GOP so long as it’s lead by cowards, cucks, turncoats, and do-nothings. Watch the surprise on McConnel and company’s faces when that assumed majority fails to materialize in November. Voters have nothing to lose by not voting, especially this year. If elected, the GOP won’t do a goddamned thing anyway; if handed a surprise defeat they may have to at… Read more »

Coalclinker
Coalclinker
Reply to  The Booby
2 years ago

Anybody who walks into a voting booth is a fool and an enemy of the American people. Fools who do that are giving that set the consent to rule them.

This experiment called The United States has failed, and is done. Dissolution is the only way we can move forward, unless people want 10 to 30 million people dead, and after the victory, the surviving losing half either leaving the country or sent to a modern gulag hell.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  Coalclinker
2 years ago

I have mixed emotions about voting at this point.

As we have seen, there are enormous issues with elections across the West.

On the other hand, if everyone in opposition sits on their hands and doesn’t vote, they win by default and it becomes that much easier for them to implement their agenda.

I don’t know what the best answer is at this point.

The Booby
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
2 years ago

I’d say not voting is the best course, but it should be done (rather, not done) VERY publicly. Make the bastards know why they lost. Spread the word, organize a “boycott the RINOs” movement, that sort of thing.

Honestly, I doubt it will make a big difference, but hope springs eternal.

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  The Booby
2 years ago

The Booby: Strongly disagree re making it a public boycott. Such things always fail, and regardless of numbers you will be perceived as pushing a losing cause. Privately mock others about voting harder – sure. Tell the door knockers you don’t vote – fine. Make it clear in your own circles that you don’t vote because you do not consent to be governed by 50% + 1, but don’t turn it into a public circus.

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
2 years ago

Wild Geese: They win by default no matter what anyone votes – you know this already. Remember the drumbeat about – “it’s the courts!”? Well, how has that worked out for the magic constitutionalists? The left thrives on public opposition – it motivates them and gives them a cause to champion. It’s why they keep the spectre of Trump always available – helps keep the troops focused. White women cannot be trusted to vote regardless, and the sheer number of non-Whites means that elections are a losing process. I just got a political card in yesterday’s mail promoting a purportedly… Read more »

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  3g4me
2 years ago

Of course I’ll vote. Now, who should I vote for-

Sancha Maria Lopez,
Gurdeep Gurjidar Singh,
or that new guy,
Mifsowundeo
Obfiochune?

Coalclinker
Coalclinker
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
2 years ago

I’m sitting back and watching this mother f@cker burn itself down. Sometimes I get a good cup of coffee, and go down and watch them demolish our integrated steel mill that was in operation 147 years. That reminds me that other people are going to get it real good, soon. There is no way out of it.There will be a time everyone has to take a side, but that time is not yet.

Mycale
Mycale
Reply to  The Booby
2 years ago

I think that, were this to happen, the GOP would do what the Dems have been doing for 5 years, and blame Trump. They did when they blew the Senate run-offs in Georgia. The GOP lost a tremendous amount of grifting potential thanks to that and the mask came off, briefly, when they expressed their total hatred of their constituency. There is just no point to voting for these people. Glenn Youngkin just became governor and issued a bunch of executive orders that, on the face of it, sound good. He fired a DIE officer that the last guy put… Read more »

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  The Booby
2 years ago

No sense voting in “fixed” elections. Here the Rep’s are attempting to “fix” the glaring voting process holes. However, legislation has only been proposed, not passed. Of course, every election cycle, the Pol’s come up with these faux actions to convince their base that “…this time we’ll be good Pol’s…”

My philosophy is now hardline. Fix the system first and get back with me afterwards.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Compsci
2 years ago

Show me, don’t promise me-

Do it as a party, not as a one-off to get in.

Chet Rollins
Chet Rollins
2 years ago

The GAE is too used to having no real existential opponents, and so keeps focusing on less and less powerful pests of the regime. After the Biden press debacle yesterday, followed by the swift damage control, the Russia issue has the potential to put those all those enemies temporarily on the backburner. Now the deep state feels the need to save face in front of Russia, and is likely to create a massive provocation to show their toughness.

If things keep accelerating, the geopolitics of this year is going to make 2020 look like a bastion of sanity.

Wolf Barney
Wolf Barney
2 years ago

Even if Trump fades out of the spotlight there are still many that the left hates–about 200 million of us White people. Or at the very least, half of the Trump voters—the “deplorables,” to use Hillary’s description. Their hatred is aimed at the obstacle to their imagined diversitopia, the populist, anti-globalist White chunk of the country that Trump cleverly used to win the 2016 election. The MARs (Middle American Radicals) as Sam Francis called them.

btp
Member
2 years ago

What comes next for the Left is large-scale murder. They are releasing criminals at amazing rates in the same way the Spanish Reds did, and for the same reason. They will provoke and provoke until they get the reaction they desire, which is a fight of annihilation.

There will come a point, and I admit I don’t know why it hasn’t happened already, when the parents of a White girl slaughtered by a feral black will not content themselves with a televised statement of grief. We have seen that the Left simply cannot stop hating us. This won’t end well.

Götterdamn-it-all
Götterdamn-it-all
Reply to  btp
2 years ago

I don’t want this to “end well”. I want these monsters destroyed.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  btp
2 years ago

I was pleasantly surprised to hear Brittany Kupfer’s father condemn her killer, condemn the people who released her killer, and condemn a society that praises killers.

It’s a start.

usNthem
usNthem
2 years ago

The left has plenty of other bogeymen besides Trump – Russia, Russia, Russia, evil White people and covid vaccine skeptics. However, I do agree that the air seems to mostly be leaking out of those balloons – they’re just not ginning most people up anymore. It’s mostly boring bulls*** that’s gone on too long and more and more are ignoring it, if not pushing back to one degree or another. As far as a Trump successor, I don’t see anyone on the horizon. The thing that made him unique was his non-politician status. Even a guy like Desantis is just… Read more »

David Wright
Member
Reply to  usNthem
2 years ago

Loading up on the popcorn now.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  usNthem
2 years ago
Astralturf
Astralturf
2 years ago

Nick Fuentes was called to testify before the Jan 6 committee. What are they thinking? They’re gonna get groyped, big time!

Bets on will Tucker finally have to say his name? I say yes.

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Astralturf
2 years ago

I hope this all comes to pass.

But my gut feeling in this is that the Kid doesn’t hit it out of the park and wilts under the lights

But we shall see. Important is that he tamp down on expectations and just be solid and sympathetic on the stand. He is going to have to find it in himself to not come off as a precocious snot nose.

Chet Rollins
Chet Rollins
Reply to  Falcone
2 years ago

If he is smart he will get a lawyer and plead the fifth for every question, the with a smug grin on his face the entire time.

Don’t give these clowns any ammo.

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  thezman
2 years ago

He as to rise above that, making it all about him

If he does…. It would show a new level of maturity that will enrage the left and the corporate class. They need him to come off as a snot.

Didn’t know Casey was going there. I hope he does well.

Good luck guys, if you’re reading.

Marko
Marko
Reply to  thezman
2 years ago

“Dlive stream coming shortly to discuss you-know-what!”

Yeah, Casey is all business and no brand.

Nobody Important
Nobody Important
Reply to  Astralturf
2 years ago

It was a shame that Tucker could/would not say his name after he was put on the no-fly list. This is a confusing development because the publicity that Nick will get from testifying before congress will be helpful for his own goals. He is very clear that he thinks Jan. 6 was great and it will be difficult to get him to say anything to congress he has not already said on his show, he’s a smart cookie (if youthful and zealous). Maybe they will try to get him and Casey to rat each other out or something? The bitcoin… Read more »

Chet Rollins
Chet Rollins
Reply to  Astralturf
2 years ago

“Just second guys, I have a 10$ superchat from AryanWarrior1488 I need to read. If the cookiemonster baked six million….”

Falcone
Falcone
2 years ago

The Left has no future because it is too racially and ethnically diverse. The rifts will become unbridgeable, and you are not going to get anywhere herding cats. I think the future belongs to whites. It is only a matter of time before everyone comes crawling back to us because we are the ones creating and inventing things and keeping life fresh and interesting. Black violence, cat women whining, Mexicans feeling sorry for themselves, asian boringness…. These people got nothing to hold one’s attention. Zman says there is no white supremacy? I disagree completely. Whites are simply superior to the… Read more »

B125
B125
Reply to  Falcone
2 years ago

Everyone knows it except for our people. And I think the smart normal white men are starting to figure it out. Many of our people are wallowing in self hate, drugs, and despair.

CRT isn’t wrong; it’s remarkably close to the truth, just with a spin that’s supposed to make white people feel ashamed.

“My people” is loosely defined as any person of a European & Christian background, though everybody has strengths and weaknesses.. Italians are awesome, English are awesome, Germans, are awesome. Americans are awesome. Don’t accept the division.

btp
Member
Reply to  Falcone
2 years ago

I wouldn’t underestimate the unifying force of shared hatred.

David Wright
Member
Reply to  Falcone
2 years ago

Just keep dumping on the white skilled labor class. They are going to find out if they haven’t already how important these people are to keeping the country going.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  David Wright
2 years ago

This would be true if they were rational.

They are not.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  David Wright
2 years ago

No white linemen, no power grid.

Dr. Dre
Dr. Dre
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
2 years ago

I haven’t met a black, asian, puerto rican plumber yet. The home improvement show I watch, which is in Canada, has a Polish plumber, no less;-)

Boarwild
Boarwild
Reply to  Falcone
2 years ago

Falcone – “the Left has no future BC they are too ethically & racially diverse” – nailed it! How does an amalgam of Jooz, Muslims, & Sodomites get along in the long run? We all know what Muslims do to homos & they’re on record wanting to annihilate the state of Israel. Moreover Muslims are patriarchal to the nth degree; in the long run can’t see how this weird hodgepodge of “diverse” groups survives as a body.

We’re already seeing it with the Dems worship of BLM; they’re alienating the Latinos & the Asians.

B125
B125
Reply to  Boarwild
2 years ago

They’re not alienating Asians at all. India is full of different ethnicities, religions, and castes that may or may not hate each other. They’re full steam ahead on anti-white hatred and open borders. We need to change the mindset away from “Asian” meaning “East Asian”. East Asians have a super low birth rate both in their homelands and in the USA, a high outmarriage rate in the USA and increasing living standards in Asia. In 20 years, barring a total collapse in China, a Chinese in America will be as rare as a Japanese is today. The major threats are… Read more »

Marko
Marko
Reply to  B125
2 years ago

I’d say more like 50 years, but truth.

Dr. Dre
Dr. Dre
Reply to  B125
2 years ago

Indians are pushy and like to be the center of attention, which is why so many of them have gotten into politics recently. Also, English is either their first/second language which gives them a leg up on the Chinese. So much for the horrors of colonialism! They are quite good at making money and keeping it within the family/clan so that they can attend the best private schools and universities we have. Have you noticed how most black pro athletes (NFL, NBA) are busted a few years after their career ends? Well, Indians don’t have to worry about that happening… Read more »

Forever Templar
Forever Templar
Reply to  Dr. Dre
2 years ago

TBF, money management is difficult for dumb people in general. Plenty o examples of white trash winning the big lotto and going broke in short order. Just blacks are exceptionally talented at it.

samrich
samrich
Reply to  Dr. Dre
2 years ago

India has won medals, but their medals per capita is by far and away the lowest of any country to win them. Neighbor Bangladesh is actually the most populous country never to win an Olympic medal.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Boarwild
2 years ago

I never heard a Mexican say “in the words of the late Dr. Martin Luther King…”

Marko
Marko
Reply to  Falcone
2 years ago

Whites appear superior because we have invented the world we’re living in. Almost every institution, invention, and decoration is traced back to a white guy. Both Marxism and liberal democracy are white things. Capitalism is too. What modern invention and convenience isn’t? And everyone loves suits, skyscrapers, and soccer. Joe Sobran knew this, we all know this. But this “superiority” will only last as long as our global civilization lasts. Once we crack up and go back to the stone age, whites are again part of the rabble, just a race among other races. In fact other races may become… Read more »

Dr. Dre
Dr. Dre
Reply to  Marko
2 years ago

But disorganized as s%!#.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Marko
2 years ago

You might want to ask the white-skinned, red-haired CroMagnons who were painting cave art as fine and subtle as any Rembrandt about that little “just a race among other races” thingie.

Yes, Africans are fast. They had to be to get away from white guys, the strongest power lifters in the world.

But Polynesians are big, too.
Contrast: war canoes versus Spanish galleons with cannons. Yeah, baby.

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  Falcone
2 years ago

Falcone: Why would we want all the others to come ‘crawling back to us’? I want total, utter, infinite separation. I don’t want to read about tragedy in Tonga, or see the latest video of a Han baby falling out of an apartment window, or see the latest photographer’s “brilliant’ photos of African tibesmen.

We don’t need anyone’s worship, and the last thing we need is anyone to be workers for us. We need to do everything ourselves, for ourselves.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  3g4me
2 years ago

I like to imagine what the Elves would be, if they could be just Elves, Elves alone.

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  3g4me
2 years ago

It is not a matter of wanting them crawling back to us, but that the lure of excitement and neat things will always bring them back to us like moths to a porch light. That’s the world we live in….

james wilson
james wilson
Reply to  Falcone
2 years ago

Recognizing inferiority in some races for what it is doesn’t engender a feeling of superiority in white people. Pity, disgust, compassion, empahty, but not superiority. Imagine feeling superior to Maxine Walters. What kind of bar is that?

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  james wilson
2 years ago

Who says you have to “feel” superior. You either are superior or you aren’t. It’s not something that we are even in control of but how the world was made.

I’m just a messenger 😜