Summer Surprise

The real power of the media is the power to ignore, so noticing what they ignore is a good way to get a sense of what is happening in the regime. Sometimes they ignore something because it has no interest to the rulers and sometimes it is just to prevent anyone from discussing it. There are times when the media gives something a good leaving alone because the regime does not know how to respond.

The Trump verdict may be the last option. We had the usual stuff on the day it happened, but then the story sort of just disappeared. There were a few conservative cucks doing their normal cuckery, but otherwise the conservatives followed the crowd, which laughed and jeered the verdict. The kooks even had to accept that this was not going to be the winner they imagined. As a result, the story just died.

One possible reason is the verdict has created more problems for the regime, as no one has any idea what to do about it. The whole point of the lawfare gambit was to scare away Trump’s support or bully him out of the race. Instead, he has bulled his way forward to the nomination and he has more support than ever. Like Project Ukraine, the prophesies have not come true and there is no plan B.

There may be other things going on behind the scenes. There are signs that the people with real power are worried about what is going on and this Trump verdict may simply be another log on the fire. That is the show this week. It is a bit of thinking out loud about what could be going on with our rulers and what sort of surprises they may have for us this summer.


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This Week’s Show

Contents

  • Introduction
  • Trump Trial: Narrative Collapse
  • Something Is Up
  • Who Decides
  • The Election
  • Sentencing & Convention
  • Scenario Manager
  • What It All Means

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Arthur Metcalf
Arthur Metcalf
11 days ago

First Indian to serve as PM of the UK tells his staff he has no interest in attending the D-Day ceremonies, no interest in “the past,” is reluctantly dragged to Normandy and leaves an hour later for a teevee interview back in London.

Magic soil, folks! They’re just like us!

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
Reply to  Arthur Metcalf
11 days ago

The longer they keep performing them, the more tedious and hollow become the homages to the GAE’s foundational stories. It is particularly curious to see the “left” transform into the greatest champions of GAE militarism, as they equate all resistance to the GAE’s vision with the foundational Satan from Austria. I can remember when they styled themselves too sophisticated to be real enthusiastic about such jingoism. Doesn’t seem that long ago. Tom Hanks D-Day Warning: ‘Don’t Let That Happen Again’ (msn.com)

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The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
11 days ago

Note that the recent DIE-verse WW2 movie for, “modern audiences,” flopped and vanished from theaters like a fart in the wind.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Arthur Metcalf
11 days ago

Well, that really gets to the heart of it, doesn’t it? How could the wogs possibly be like us when they share none of our culture and customs and very little of our history? They cannot. They have no sympathy with our past, only antipathy. The fact that anybody was stupid enough to believe multiculti could possibly work beggars belief.

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
11 days ago

Not for me. I grew up in NYC. Multiculturalism was as common as pizzerias. However, it was predominantly White—and where it wasn’t, it was in segregated neighborhood’s. Whites, of the non-mutant form, controlled the political structure. Massive immigration and therefore demographic imbalance was limited via quotas. Given those parameters, multiculturalism did work—or at least was tolerable.

However, we did not have the understanding of “why” it worked. The theorists came up with explanations such as what we derisively the “magic dirt theory”—anything but White majority coupled with segregation.

And here we are today

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Compsci
11 days ago

Well, let me rephrase. It cannot work over the long haul because the political will to suppress and segregate will inevitably weaken and vanish. All hell will then break loose, and there will be no putting the multiculti djinn back in the bottle. That is where we are now in the western world.

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
11 days ago

Better be in the right place when it does Brother…

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
10 days ago

Djinn reference: The 1997 SF/horror movie Wishmaster (and maybe sequel) show the perils of getting what one wishes for. Without giving too much away, perhaps it’s best to not wish for anything. Yet all is made well by one clever victim hitting upon the perfect wish. In the movie universe, the Djinn was imprisoned in a gem rather than a bottle, although “the bottle” in the common usage (e.g. what you’re currently holding in your hand) does figure in the story’s plot. Yeah, they’re probably bombs, but Z might review them if business is slow.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
11 days ago

Prediction: Merchan will jail Trump*, full stop, and the GOP will try to substitute a nominee. Biden will step aside due to “health concerns.” “See, it’s all fair–both are removed! Go back to your grilling, comrades!” It is just retarded enough to be tried. Support for the Regime will continue to collapse, states will grow more and more independent, and the Republican Party will die nationally even though the Regime will try to prop it up. Look for a false flag or even troops deployed to Europe to face off against Russia, and a surprising number of people realizing they… Read more »

Stephanie
Stephanie
Reply to  Jack Dobson
11 days ago

He’s going to have to do whatever those millions, a hundred million?, his daughter was paid for bought. From Biden, Schiff, and the DNC.

Steve
Steve
Reply to  Jack Dobson
11 days ago

He’s not a lunatic, he’s been promised something for notching all the trees to fall in the regimes direction. If biden stays, again, look for merchan to wind up on a federal bench. If biden goes, look for merchan to high-tail it back to whatever third-world shithole that spawned him, never to be heard from again.

Arthur Metcalf
Arthur Metcalf
Reply to  Steve
11 days ago

Colombian-born, educated at Baruch College, Hofstra University, and Hofstra University Law School.

This guy was drafted decades ago, trained, and kept on reserve. They have hundreds like him. That is why he is an “acting judge.” They won’t sully their system by giving their hitmen their own royal titles.

Merchan was given all three of Trump’s NYC cases. The odds of that are the same as rolling the same number on a six-sided die five times in a row.

Ordinary people will not accept that they are in the grips of evil.

Stephanie
Stephanie
Reply to  Arthur Metcalf
11 days ago

It’s pretty much out in the open mafiso tactics of your daughter (and you by relation) does we what we like and wow, does she get rich and powerful beyond her and your families wildest dreams, and if you don’t do what we like, well, we don’t quite know what will happen.

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Vizzini
Member
Reply to  Arthur Metcalf
11 days ago

The odds of that are the same as rolling the same number on a six-sided die five times in a row.

Yahtzee!

KGB
KGB
Reply to  Vizzini
11 days ago

Close the thread, someone’s already invoked Hasbro’s Law.

Kralizec
Kralizec
Reply to  KGB
11 days ago

more like Hasbrew

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Steve
11 days ago

Both of those can be true and likely are. The man is a nutter–witness him berating the witness over raising his eyebrows.

Arthur Metcalf
Arthur Metcalf
Reply to  Jack Dobson
11 days ago

Merchan will give Trump the maximum 20 for maximum chaos.

Stephanie
Stephanie
Reply to  Arthur Metcalf
11 days ago

I feel there will be some ‘two weeks’ aspect of this because the democrats want to meme. So, maybe they will lock him up for two weeks? I don’t know, but they are desperate to meme and think meme’ing is not serious, it’s just fun and games.

pyrrhus
pyrrhus
Reply to  Jack Dobson
11 days ago

I think it would be way easier for the billionaires to let Trump get elected and persuade or kneecap him again, because the Deep States’ personnel problems aren’t important to them….

Stephanie
Stephanie
Reply to  pyrrhus
11 days ago

Very true. But they can’t kneecap him quite as well as they used to be able to do. He will trust his first instincts more than he used to and he won’t be so willing to compromise on things he knows aren’t right.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Jack Dobson
11 days ago

How and when did the Whigs *officially* end?

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Alzaebo
11 days ago

As a direct descendant of John Bell, I know those things.

Hun
Hun
Reply to  Jack Dobson
11 days ago

This is similar to what Briggs predicted last week: https://www.wmbriggs.com/post/51877/

As an aside – is Merchan a Happy Merchan? Wikipedia’s Early Life section doesn’t mention it, but it has been gutted recently.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Hun
11 days ago

Re: Briggs

I had not considered the leftwing violence angle. The only reason this hasn’t spun into a full blown civil war is because times are relatively good and, most importantly, the non-Left has not responded in kind. Once the economic incentives not to respond disappear, it is on. I wouldn’t count on leftwing violence being answered without an economic collapse.

Hun
Hun
Reply to  Jack Dobson
11 days ago

Few years ago, around the 2020 election, I used to have a nice old lady neighbor. She was a leftie, living alone with her chihuahua and every time we met on the street she rambled about the coming civil war. She seemed fired up about it.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Hun
11 days ago

I would have expected cats rather than a chihuahua.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Hun
11 days ago

I’m guessing you never let on that in the case of civil war she would kill you or vice versa.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Hun
10 days ago

It’s doubtlessly coincidence, but four of the five letters that spell “women” are “meow”.

steve w
steve w
Reply to  Jack Dobson
11 days ago

Leftwing violence is, for the present, more or less confined to feral negroes and soy-fed underweight white punks who’d shit their pants at the sight of a serious, no-shit adversary. But that is changing rapidly, given the deliberate deployment of hundreds of thousands of lean, male “newcomers” across the fruited plain. Our ruling junta knows what it’s doing. The only hope we – the conquered – have for liberation, is widespread economic collapse. Such a collapse means a free-for-all, and we still have the numbers…

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  steve w
11 days ago

Never before has “fruited plain” been such an accurate designation…

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
11 days ago

A fruited plain ruled by a vegetable.

‘Murica!

Hun
Hun
Reply to  steve w
11 days ago

I see a lot of young imported males all over Europe. I travel a lot across many EU countries, often to relatively remote places. The invaders are everywhere. It used to be that they were only in big cities. Now I see them in small villages, even in poorer EU countries. It all happened in less than one year. Many of them are Indians. They did not come by foot, but were rather imported by the EU governments after agreements with India, Bangladesh and other south-Asian countries. All that being said, the point I actually wanted to make was different.… Read more »

Brandon Laskow
Brandon Laskow
Reply to  steve w
10 days ago

These newcomers are for the most part not very organized or organizable.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Brandon Laskow
10 days ago

Perhaps true, but if times got bad enough (economically I mean) many of them might be, er, persuaded that remaining in their present country was not in their best ongoing interest.

ProZNoV
ProZNoV
Reply to  Jack Dobson
11 days ago

Lawfare:

Senator Ted Stevens of Alaska (R) (very powerful) was convicted by a jury in 2008. Barak Obama and John McCain immediately weighed in and said he should resign.

He went on to run anyway and lost by 1.3%.

A year later a whistleblower in the FBI leaked enough info to prove that the FBI had hid evidence during his trial. The verdict was voided, but by then it was too late.

He then died in an airplane crash less than a year later..so no running again.

So yeah, there’s some precedence for all this.

KGB
KGB
11 days ago

The obstinate refusal of Americans to simply swallow the narrative and abandon Trump is definitely worth noting. When announcing his candidacy for Parliament this week, Nigel Farage mentioned, “I promise you, something is happening out there. I’ve been in this game 30 years. I’ve fought lots of elections. I’ve generally got a pretty good sense of timing. Something is happening out there.”

Can the left actually not have a Plan B?

Wiffle
Wiffle
Reply to  KGB
11 days ago

Why would they have a Plan B? They’ve been winning without much effort from the 1960’s on and arguably from 1900 on.

The plan is to win, just like their fathers and grandfathers before them.

That they might have made the US such a degenerate place that we’ve all been desensitized to felonies anyway, let alone obviously fake trials does not compute. We’re supposed upset that Trump is now a “felon” somehow, when tomorrow the “wrongly convicted” felon joggers will need sympathy.

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Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Wiffle
11 days ago

Why don’t we plan to win ever?? Is it just too much effort for most to even contemplate and/or too much effort to enact?

Steve
Steve
Reply to  Lineman
11 days ago

What does “winning” look like? Much as you hate to think about ideology, you have to have both a vision of where you want to be, and an idea of the means to get there. And, someone added last time, means consistent with human nature.

White supremacy has no chance of being adopted — way too many whites actively oppose it. Even white separatism has less support than “school choice.”

Given that utopia is not an option, how can we make the lives and our progeny better? What can be done that is more effective than nodding or grilling?

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Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Steve
11 days ago

What the hell, precisely, is white supremacy supposed to be? Nobody has ever explained that one to my satisfaction. Maybe I’m a white supremacist, maybe not. However, I’m most definitely a white separatist/nationalist.

Steve
Steve
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
11 days ago

Personally, I think white supremacy is just a fact. Not only do whites produce a superior culture / society, non-whites want a piece of it as an entitlement. It’s just that there are way too many whites who feel guilty for their superiority that even they have to subconsciously admit. I do not believe they are reachable. And the SMs are a step beyond that — if not everyone can have it, none can.

But a society overtly based on that, in today’s world? Utopia.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Steve
11 days ago

Well, let’s just call a spade a spade–so to speak–then, and call it white superiority rather than white supremacy, which strikes me as a weasel phrase. What’s more, it sows confusion because supremacy, to my mind, strongly implies the right to rule. One can believe in white superiority without believing that gives whites the right to rule over other peoples.

Steve
Steve
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
11 days ago

Beef Supreme didn’t rule over all the other rehabilitation officers, and Joe was (eventually) Beef’s President.

Steve
Steve
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
11 days ago

If you’re talking about the right to rule in a white country, then yes. As a matter of fact, why wouldn’t you?

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Steve
11 days ago

That’s not what I mean. Of course we have a right to rule a white country, but we don’t have the right to rule Angola or to import Angolans into Whiteland and rule over them. As far as white rule in AINO goes, that’s clearly a non-starter. In point of fact, we never should have allowed non-whites into the country, in which case this wouldn’t even be an issue.

Steve
Steve
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
10 days ago

I am in agreement with you on all counts. Besides, who the hell wants to rule over Angola?

Wiffle
Wiffle
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
11 days ago

Supremacy is the view, held by every race on the planet in varying degrees, that our particular group’s skills, culture, and preference are the bestest. Our open borders society is built on the premise. We apparently are such masters of the universe that we can improve people by simply living near them. We’re helping! No amount of people is too many! Everyone can be an American and should want to be! Thus the endless drum beat of blacks/asians who take up white habits and culture in advertisements and such. Our overlords really do believe in magic soil and the general… Read more »

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Steve
11 days ago

I thought you had it all figured out already…Lol

Steve
Steve
Reply to  Lineman
11 days ago

Oh, I know I’m doing a fighting retreat. We can do our best to keep property from going Section 8. But someday, we are going to fail and Jonquarius moves into our community.

We try to get kids established in businesses, but it seems everyone else is either not doing it, or, at best, doing it for their firstborn, and all other whites can just go screw.

If DR isn’t doing anything to advance our interests, it’s little different than a debating and grilling club.

Wiffle
Wiffle
Reply to  Steve
11 days ago

We tried open white supremacy in the early 20th century. It resulted on white nationalism on steroids. From a certain POV, the cucked society you see around is also the result of white supremacy but with inverted values. (We’re so awesome, we don’t even have to reproduce!)

I do have a clear vision of better and winning, but I suspect most here and in the modern world would not like the vision.

Steve
Steve
Reply to  Wiffle
11 days ago

That wasn’t the American experience, though. We had that spat about states rights and secession, so at least the losers there weren’t ultra-nationalists, and even the victors had no qualms about keeping non-whites (and even some whites) in their place.

It wasn’t until America had to have its Precious, (socialism) and right now, dammit, that the nationalist character started flourishing.

Wiffle
Wiffle
Reply to  Steve
11 days ago

Yes, the nationalist bug came to America very late, and then it bit her hard. Most Americans wanted no part of either WWI or WWII.

Wiffle
Wiffle
Reply to  Lineman
11 days ago

We’re in a social decay. Winning/improvement involves a whole lot of discipline that nobody wants to exercise anymore. Modern conservative political movements only are deploying brakes against a liberalism they largely agree with. It would take a reactionary to really have a vision.

For example, are we interested in shaming people who live together again? That would help, believe it or not. As would the reinstitution of any number of “backward” social rules. But that’s not exactly popular.

Steve
Steve
Reply to  Wiffle
11 days ago

Exactly. When I’m thinking actions that might lead towards something better for my grandkids, I’m excluding things like rainbow unicorns rampaging through South Chicago.

While what we are doing here in my community isn’t much, I’d like to think it makes a difference in a few peoples’ lives. Ultimately, though, it’s mostly a futile delaying tactic. Without fresh ideas about how to advance at least the best of our people, we lose.

“Scuse me. Gotta go put some steaks on the grill.

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BigJimSportCamper
BigJimSportCamper
Reply to  Steve
11 days ago

Make mine rare!!

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Steve
9 days ago

Your comment strikes a cord. Perhaps we’ve had our “time in the sun” and failed. Time to “pass the baton” to the next generation. To do so entails supporting/encouraging them in any future effort to survive and prosper in a White and hopefully sane enclave that they can carve out in what’s left of AINO. For example, what’s a dollar worth today as to what it will be worth 20 years from now? If you wait until you die to leave it to children/grandchildren, what have you left of value? A bad day for the markets is coming soon. Cash… Read more »

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Wiffle
11 days ago

It has to be bad enough in people’s lives to accept a reactionary though so I think it has to get a lot worse Sister…

Wiffle
Wiffle
Reply to  Lineman
11 days ago

Unfortunately, I tend to agree.

Arnaud Amalric
Arnaud Amalric
Reply to  Wiffle
10 days ago

That’s one comment I’ve seen a lot in the last few days: “The first time in ages anyone was convicted for a felony in NYC.”

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  KGB
11 days ago

Trump’s support really is a no confidence vote against the United States even though it comes mostly from blindly patriotic griller types.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Jack Dobson
11 days ago

The grillers are condemning AINO yet would deny with their dying breath that they are doing so.

c matt
c matt
Reply to  Jack Dobson
11 days ago

I really really really do not want to vote for Zion Don. But if it causes the ZOG to partially implode, it might be worth it. But I better get an explosion for my troubles.

Member
Reply to  KGB
11 days ago

It has happened too many times in the past for it to be a coincidence- Formerly Great Britain has presaged huge shifts in the American political scene in the last decade. The stunning result of the Brexit referendum presaged the same unexpected election of the BOM. Then the reaction by the elites to destroy the results of those democratic solutions by any means necessary, “legal” and extralegal, along with shrill propaganda. Now it appears that Britain, in the Zero Seats campaign, will utterly destroy the Vichy Party of the current Pajeet PM. That certainly presages repudiating the current American regime… Read more »

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Mr. Generic
Mr. Generic
Reply to  KGB
11 days ago

Can the left actually not have a Plan B?

I think reinstalling Orange Man and slowing the rate of boil for 4 years is the Plan B.

Stephanie
Stephanie
Reply to  Mr. Generic
11 days ago

There must be a monumental urge for them to get him back in to blame all the ruination they have conjured for the last many years, but then they are scared he will actually fix things. lol Whomp whomp whomp as his son says. That is their biggest fear he will be great and inspire Americans to do well. How messed up is this situation?

Mycale
Mycale
Reply to  Stephanie
10 days ago

Look at the monthly BLS jobs report – it’s been totally fake and has been for years now. The report they put out yesterday is especially ridiculous. If/when Orange Man Bad gets into the Oval Office, they will just start telling the truth. They’ll put out an incredibly brutal report in February 2025, a few weeks into his term, and put him on his heels right away. There won’t be any time for him to fix anything.

Remember, they engineered a color revolution to get the guy out in 2020, there is nothing they won’t do.

BTP
Member
Reply to  Mr. Generic
10 days ago

I think you mean Team B

Hun
Hun
Reply to  KGB
11 days ago

Something was happening and something was in the air in 2016 too. Do you remember the lively alt right scene? And also Brexit and the New Right and Identitarian movements in Europe. Where did it all go?

KGB
KGB
Reply to  Hun
11 days ago

Look at the evolution of Mount St. Helens in 1980, which probably unfolded the same way many volcanic eruptions do. In March, there was an initial eruption, not too big, that put it on everyone’s radar. Then for two months it alternated between quiescence and tremors. In May a large bulge was observed growing on the side of it and the tremors picked up their pace. Finally, on May 18 half the mountain fell off and devastated the area. I just wonder if we’re not in a similar pattern with our politics? Did the drivers of 2015-2016 actually go away,… Read more »

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  KGB
11 days ago

The other day I was out driving on a remote highway and noticed a very large bulge in eastern New Mexico…

cg2
cg2
Reply to  KGB
10 days ago

Something is happening out there.”
But what it is ain’t exactly Claire?

RDittmar
Member
11 days ago

If there’s one certainty in all this it’s that the GOP will find someway to fink on their voters. It’s arguably the only reason the regime allows the party to exist at this point. I suspect a big part of the reason for the silence of the cucks in the aftermath of the Trump verdict is that they saw how much money he was raising and they’re determined to grift a part of that for themselves. I’m sure part of the regime plan however involves commissioning a bunch of phony polls that will say something to the effect that “68%… Read more »

Jkloi
Jkloi
Reply to  RDittmar
11 days ago

Yeah, good luck with that. They can scrounge Brandon voters and immigrants to die in the Ukraine for the glory of the Potomac. Anybody to the right of Obama who joins Brandon’s army and takes order from his government is a fool and a waste of space.

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
Reply to  Jkloi
11 days ago

I find myself hoping for a draft just for the entertainment value. I am probably a sick person.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
11 days ago

By any means necessary. If drafting Bobby Vern Hooten from Tullahoma is required to rouse whites from their suicidal torpor, so be it.

TempoNick
TempoNick
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
11 days ago

Agreed. Anti-war riots keep these idiots in check.

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
11 days ago

Wonder if it will wake the grillers up when they come for their White daughters while the africans down the street keep looting and raping… Maybe just maybe that will raise them out of their stupor…

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
11 days ago

I still have my draft card. Perhaps ai should frame it?

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Jkloi
11 days ago

No doubt, but such fools do exist in some abundance. Never in America’s/AINO’s history has cognitive ability been at such low ebb, and that includes whites.

george 1
george 1
Reply to  RDittmar
11 days ago

Yes. The old “Rally around the Flag” con. They do live in the past don’t they. The elite will soon discover that rally around the flag isn’t a thing anymore.

I still feel sympathy for veterans who have been fooled in the past. I have no such sympathy for people in the military today. They should understand by now who they are working for.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  george 1
11 days ago

The Stars and Stripes used to stand for baseball, hot dogs, apple pie and Chevrolet. Today it stands for balls in the mouth, corrupted cocks, sweet potato pie and Escalades. If you’re too obtuse to see this, well…I don’t even want to say.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  george 1
11 days ago

Does anyone care about D-Day anymore?

Wiffle
Wiffle
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
11 days ago

The relative obsession with D-Day belongs to the Boomers/older Gen X and it will die with them. The WWII generation I remember mostly wanted to put WWII in closet somewhere and to go to Florida in the winter.

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Wiffle
11 days ago

Same with jewish obsession…

Tars Tarkas
Member
Reply to  Wiffle
10 days ago

Gen-X? D-Day was already 21 years in the past the day the first gen-xer was born. It was no different than ww1 or the civil war for that matter. It was ancient history.

The only thing that really stuck out about D-Day was the complexity of it.

Oswald Spengler
Oswald Spengler
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
11 days ago

D-Day has been supplanted by Pride Month in today’s Clown World.

cg2
cg2
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
10 days ago

Maybe we should next memorialize the Frozen Chosin and then Khe Sahn.

Member
Reply to  george 1
11 days ago

Oh, I’m a good old Rebel
Now that’s just what I am
For this fair land of freedom
I do not care a damn…

I hates the Yankee nation
And everything they do
I hates the Declaration
Of Independence, too;
I hates the glorious Union-
‘Tis dripping with our blood-
And I hates their striped banner
I fought it all I could…

Ajclement
Ajclement
Reply to  Pickle Rick
11 days ago

Hey they removed the reconciliation monument at Arlington so I guess they don’t want to be reconciled any more. It’s mutual.

steve w
steve w
Reply to  Ajclement
11 days ago

Reconciliation, like absolution, have no place in the canons of the new religion. The old Golden Rule was “Do to others as you would have them do to you.” The new Golden Rule is “Never forgive, never forget, never pass up a piece of the action.”

Arthur Metcalf
Arthur Metcalf
Reply to  george 1
11 days ago

The military looks like America demographically. Sharanda and Lourdes know who they’re working for. Not you.

TempoNick
TempoNick
Reply to  george 1
11 days ago

Like how I was trying to explain to a true believer the other day that running a car dealer for an Ohio Senate seat, just doesn’t resonate anymore. There was a time that a business leader would be considered a hero. Not now, after the public being abused for the last 30 years.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  TempoNick
10 days ago

Car dealer later being elected to office. Yes, here’s an example from VA.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Don_Beyer

Filthie
Filthie
Member
Reply to  RDittmar
11 days ago

Wouldn’t worry about that, R.

Putting boots in the Kraine will take time. If those idiots try, Vlad will flatten Kiev, send his forces flooding west, and start menacing NATO assets from the Polish border. That, and he’ll start dealing out long range weapons to all America’s enemies around the world.

Steve
Steve
Reply to  Filthie
11 days ago

Vlad is smarter than that. He would probably keep the obvious stuff for the obviously valid military targets. KEEEEEEVVV, sure. Staging ground and airfields in eastern Poland, maybe, certainly if those troop muster into Ukraine.

But long range missiles? Why? Hack the EBT system and Chicago goes up in flames. The idiots in government have already pre-placed the diverse forces that will take them out. And as much as they’ve cried wolf, who is going to believe it was Russia?

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Steve
10 days ago

I’ve already seen articles in MSM (no links tho, sorry) that hint that Russian operatives are already engaging in sabotage and espionage in EU and USA. Russia pre-emptively disrupting a potential adversary or simply NATO propaganda, either or both could be true. Or less dramatically, perhaps the occasional factory fire, derailed trains or ship taking out important bridges could be merely coincidences.

Bizarro Man
Bizarro Man
Reply to  Ben the Layabout
5 days ago

The rise of DEI (Didn’t Earn It) and the destruction of education in the US probably are enough to explain it. And it can only get worse.

KGB
KGB
Reply to  Filthie
11 days ago

When you say “boots”, you’re talking about stilettoes, right?

Tars Tarkas
Member
Reply to  RDittmar
11 days ago

The flag is a symbol of White supremacy and I disavow!!!

Stephanie
Stephanie
Reply to  Tars Tarkas
11 days ago

Well now it’s a symbol of lgbt and crt and esg and whatever new acronym they can think of which all mean BFYTW.

steve w
steve w
Reply to  Stephanie
11 days ago

No, the rainbow flag symbolizes all that. You can burn the Stars & Stripes and be hailed as a “free thinker”. Go ahead and burn the real imperial flag – the rainbow flag – and just see what happens.

Anal love is among those cherished freedoms that our “men and women in uniform” stand tall to protect in places like Japan, Oman, Korea, Italy, the Philippines, Saudi Arabia, etc. Our aged B-52s still fly at the ready to annihilate – if need be – the enemies of buttlove, cross-dressing and pedophilia. I sleep easily at night knowing this…

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Tars Tarkas
Member
Reply to  steve w
11 days ago

Ask Daniel Rosemark, he’ll tell you all about it. From an AP article:

“Daniel Rosemark was sentenced last month to the 361 days he had already served while being held on charges in the case…… Police said that in November 2019, Rosemark torn down a rainbow pride flag that had been outside The Blazing Saddle in the East Village. Rosemark told officers he did it because he was angry that the gay community had adopted adopted the rainbow as a symbol of pride.”

You mess with the rainbow flag and you’ll get got with the rainbow dildo.

Bizarro Man
Bizarro Man
Reply to  steve w
5 days ago

Happy Sodomy Month!

Arthur Metcalf
Arthur Metcalf
Reply to  RDittmar
11 days ago

Putin will conclude at that point that the US is set on destroying Russia, and respond accordingly.

There isn’t a lot of time left. If someone is determined to kill you, and injures you again and again, at some point, you realize that it’s only going to end in one way, anyway.

c matt
c matt
Reply to  RDittmar
11 days ago

<i>68% of the American people are uncomfortable will a felon running for President</i>

All Presidents are felons – they just haven’t all been indicted or convicted.

Steve
Steve
Reply to  c matt
11 days ago

I suspect that’s probably true, and goes way beyond the President. I doubt one would be allowed to gain national stature in politics without being compromised. So long as you play ball, all that dirty laundry stays in the hamper.

There’s a reason the FBI is still sitting on all the video they took from Epstein. That’s the leverage to keep all the players in line.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Steve
10 days ago

Still, one must occasionally laugh: In less than four years the infamous Hunter Biden laptop has gone from Russian disinformation, so attested by 50+ former intelligence officials, to being a key piece of evidence at the Hunter trial, where the Feds admitted it was genuine.

Melissa
Melissa
11 days ago

“They wake up in the middle of the night to lie”- hilarious.
The more we learn about true history, it somehow becomes easier to see all the current lies.

Tomorrow is the anniversary of the attack on the USS Liberty by our greatest ally. Try as they might, they weren’t able to sink it. After McNamara and LBJ called off at least two rescue attempts, Captin McGonagle masterfully prevented them from going down.
Their chutzpah nose no bounds.

Stephanie
Stephanie
Reply to  Melissa
11 days ago

Hahaha, whatcha doing, honey? All grouchy: ‘humana humana I had to get up in the middle of the night to lie again’.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Melissa
11 days ago

Ha ha ha. That last sentence. Lordy…

Zaphod
Zaphod
Reply to  Melissa
11 days ago

I used to enjoy commemorating this anniversary over at TheNewNeo. She’d delete my annual comment faster’n you could say ‘King David Hotel Bombing’ or ‘Count Folke Bernadotte’.

pyrrhus
pyrrhus
11 days ago

I differ on the vote fraud…Here in AZ, Trump was and is very popular, Biden not at all–except for the McCain Republicans..the vote counting took almost a week, when we know it should take hours…Trump beat Hillary almost 2-1, so Katie Hobbs, who elected herself in 2022, was in charge and stole a minimum of 500,000 votes, maybe more….

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  pyrrhus
11 days ago

More importantly, all legislative bills attempting to fix election/ballot “holes” have been veto’d by our Dem Governor. Now the latest round is in the courts attempting to get the voter registration rolls reviewed and reduced to only legitimate voters—this is Federal law!. Several AZ Counties have more registered voters than eligible residents! Our two biggest Counties have voter registration of 98% of the theoretical eligible voters—a number unheard of when compared to other Counties in the country, where 69% is average. I still say why vote when the system is corrupt? I heard Trump yesterday speaking in Phx and he… Read more »

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Compsci
11 days ago

Never would have guessed Arizona’s electoral politics would make the USSR’s look legitimate by comparision.

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
11 days ago

Hah! And here’s the *final* irony—the Republican majority voted in “mail-in balloting” about 20 years ago! Just about all accused mischief in the process is related to, one way or another, mail-in ballots.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Compsci
11 days ago

The Republican Party is a massive phalanx of Sideshow Bobs forever stepping on rakes.

TomA
TomA
11 days ago

It is now blatantly obvious that the pace of the crazy is accelerating. A former president has been convicted of a fake crime and is being driven out of the campaign. We have a raging $35 trillion national debt that cannot be repaid. We have illegally imported 30 million sociopathic young males who are now just hanging around waiting for a chance wreak havoc upon us. This is all unprecedented. And we are being distracted by a corrupted election process to obscure the realty of our precarious situation. If you’re not now prepared to fight for the future, please off… Read more »

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
11 days ago

I start with the premise that ex presidents aren’t prosecuted for “felonies” without their being some kind of plan in place, that it is not some random DA acting independently, who would be shut down by people farther up the food chain were it unapproved. Unlike Nathan Wade, at least Alvin Bragg was smart enough not to log and bill his meetings with White House counsel. Then I look at the timing. The very next week after the Orange Man is convicted, the sitting president’s son begins his own felony trial. What an incredible coincidence! Which is expected to conclude… Read more »

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Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
11 days ago

I think this is largely correct even though it is retarded and will be rejected by most people, who will continue to go about their lives until the economic circumstances become intolerable. My variation is Biden also gets yanked to show “fairness.”

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
Reply to  Jack Dobson
11 days ago

Re: Biden getting yanked, I note that She is very heavily in the news cycle lately.

We are talking about the very same people who concocted the Russia Hoax and kept it atop the news cycle for 2 years. Their media reach, staying power, mendacity, will, and the comprehensive and complex nature of their plans should not be underestimated.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
11 days ago

It shouldn’t be overestimated, either. Every Con Man has one last con. The propaganda organs and their organ grinders blew their wad with the Russia Hoax, Covid, the open border and the stolen election. It looks like they very well may remove much of the vestigial traces of credibility with Ukraine this summer.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Jack Dobson
11 days ago

The Power Structure has burned through whatever stores of credibility it once had. There are only a few grains in the silo that the mice have overlooked.

No Lefty Here
No Lefty Here
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
11 days ago

Date for Hunter sentence commutation: January 4, 2025.
Actor: Bidet or his Dim conditional replacement

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
11 days ago

I’m not sure that would wash, even with the nincompoops, numbskulls and knuckleheads who make up the majority of AINO’s populace. I mean, really. Can there be any meaningful comparison between a decadent, ne’er do well son of a lame duck president and the once and future president of AINO? Jailing Crackpipe Biden is utterly meaningless. Jailing Trump, OTOH, is justification for war. CP Biden is a filthy lamb the Power Structure can easily afford to sacrifice. BoM is probably the most important person on the planet.

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
11 days ago

All Good People know not to question The Narrative. Doing so outs you as a mouth breathing deplorable wal mart shopper

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Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
11 days ago

So far, all I’ve seen Hunter Biden charged with are Fed crimes. Biden will pardon him and has the authority to do so. Given an excuse of “drug addled” impairment, it won’t sound as bad either.

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Stephanie
Stephanie
11 days ago

Maybe they will give Trump community service? lol Trump out on the side of the road cleaning up trash and campaigning and talking to the media about how bad America has become and he is gonna clean it up. Or out helping the homeless when illegals get 4 star hotels, free housing, and all the jobs going to them and he talks about it with the homeless people and people who live in their cars, etc.

Filthie
Filthie
Member
11 days ago

I dunno if that is one of the best or worst shows you ever did, Z. I may have to actually listen to it again because it does make you think. This is not a show of idle prattle to pass the time on the lawn mower and chores. one thing that leaps out at me: it seems to be a (valid) cornerstone of dissident thought: the political class are merely paid actors for the money men and donors. But here you speak in many cases where they are calling the shots and making the decisions. So which is it?… Read more »

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Filthie
11 days ago

nobody is in charge”

When no one is in charge everyone is in charge, to adjust a great line from Dostoevsky. The most powerful faction at the moment is hard to discern, at it likely shifts constantly.

Barnard
Barnard
Reply to  Jack Dobson
11 days ago

That was one of the main points of the awful Netflix movie the Obamas put their names on called “Leave the World Behind.” There is no one in charge and no master plan being executed behind the scenes. Elites are mostly reacting to events like the way they followed the herd on Covid and trying to placate BLM rioters. Every so often, one grows a spine and decides he is sick of a trend and pushes back. Usually this ends up like the DEI rebranding that is happening now, where they realize their terminology is unpopular so they try to… Read more »

Zulu Juliet
Zulu Juliet
Reply to  Jack Dobson
11 days ago

Everyone with proper authority is running his/her/zer own show. The department heads of the DOD, State, Justice etc… are perfectly happy to have Joey Diapers shuffling around ineffectively. It allows them to each do whatever they want in their sphere of authority. Some folks insist the Obama’s are running things. That’s silly. First of all Obama is lazy and Moochelle doesn’t care about anything but bitching. But even if they were to try to tell Blinken or Myjerkass what to do, Blink and Myjorkas etc. would tell them “F*ck off; Who elected you? You have no authority, I am running… Read more »

Stephanie
Stephanie
Reply to  Zulu Juliet
11 days ago

Maxine Waters said that Obama had a spying system that knew everything about everyone, she was mentioning it as a threat to other democrats as the time. So?? Maybe Obama has the set up in his DC ‘home’. So, maybe not Obama himself but it’s a good cover. No Mara-Lago raids from the FBI would ever happen there, would they?

Steve
Steve
Reply to  Stephanie
11 days ago

Bath house barry is running the show. I believe it was, it could have been Col. MacGregor, who stated that barry has a command center at his home in DC, as well as the place on Marthas Vineyard and that every bill/policy decision goes through him before it reaches mumbles’ desk.
Should Trump make it in, he needs to put barry in front of a tribunal at Gitmo.

Steve
Steve
Reply to  Steve
11 days ago

“Will no one rid me of this turbulent musloid faggot?”

Steve
Steve
Reply to  Steve
11 days ago

Careful, no fed poasting!

Tarl Cabot
Tarl Cabot
Reply to  Zulu Juliet
11 days ago

Too many chiefs, not enough Indians. The inevitable consequence of a functionally incapacitated president. They must do something to get back control of the narrative.

I suspect it will be war.

No Lefty Here
No Lefty Here
Reply to  Filthie
11 days ago

There are people in charge all right, just not who you may think. They don’t want anyone to look to closely at that the façade in Washington.

There are lackeys, Kompromat victims, starry-eyed Wokesters and other fringe-istas all committed to some vague notion of a new America. Those notions do not stand up to scrutiny, and all tend to favor the delusions of those wanna-be insiders. They are wreckers, even if they don’t recognize the concept or their assigned roles in the destruction of institutions and the country.

steve w
steve w
Reply to  No Lefty Here
11 days ago

There are people in charge all right, just not who you may think.

That’s just it. Obviously someone, or some cabal of someones, rules. The chaos we are living through has a kind of unity to it, suggesting intention and planning. When not a single government policy or initiative fails to defy common sense, when all the hallmarks of a healthy society are trampled one institution after another, and all the propaganda organs trumpet perversion 24/7, a normal sane person can only conclude that it’s all deliberate, that behind it all is an “intelligent design”, a hidden hand.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  steve w
11 days ago

May have to chalk it up to the Great Deceiver.

And I don’t mean Beaver Cleaver…

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steve w
steve w
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
11 days ago

A time comes when it’s the only rational conclusion.

Stephanie
Stephanie
Reply to  Filthie
11 days ago

Without leaders, most people won’t throw bombs they will just quit. Quit in whatever way they can to stop helping a society that treats them like shit and thinks it doesn’t matter because they have all the power. But do they?

Arthur Metcalf
Arthur Metcalf
Reply to  Stephanie
11 days ago

Normie conservatives think they can turn a key and make it all stop. They wave it around at liberals like a weapon. “Just you wait until the pendulum swings the other way and the roles are reversed!”

Comic book thinking.

steve w
steve w
Reply to  Arthur Metcalf
11 days ago

Normie conservatives… so, I work with two guys in their sixties who are (almost) literally glued to their portable radios from sunup to sundown, listening to talk radio. They drive me nuts, for several reasons: (1) it doesn’t occur to them that I don’t necessarily want to listen to the same stuff, certainly not every day; (2) they think that in some way they are “in the fight” by listening to 3 hours of Glenn Beck, 3 hours of Clay & Buck, 3 hours of Dan Bongino, and after dinner maybe an hour or two of Mark Levin… well, shit,… Read more »

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Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  steve w
11 days ago

I feel your pain Brother I see it in one of my groups and just want to shake the shit out of them… Number one excuse I hear when you ask anymore of them than what they are doing is I’ll be dead before that happens or would benefit me…

fakeemail
fakeemail
Reply to  steve w
11 days ago

Those old guys and their radios. . .they will never realize they are being grifted, that the republicans/conservatives are the bad guys too and have not once done anything to help them EVER! Nay! Prager U will surely set the ship right! I shall buy Hannity’s new book and hope that great American Seanny shall be worth half a billion dollars someday because capitalism = good!

steve w
steve w
Reply to  fakeemail
11 days ago

Hannity is beyond offensive. Even my normie pals switch to Bongino when he comes on.

c matt
c matt
Reply to  Stephanie
11 days ago

Agree – riots and protests can be put down if wanted (see the recent pro-pali events). But quiet quitting? No real way to counter that. It is not as flashy, has no focal point and its effects are not as immediate – but it is lethally effective (see former USSR).

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  c matt
11 days ago

Yea withdrawing consent is effective if you have others in your AO doing the same thing in the same area…

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Stephanie
11 days ago

Withdrawal from Clown World is the only avenue available for the time being.

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Jack Dobson
11 days ago

You can also build parallel institutions if you have others that are like minded in your AO…

cg2
cg2
Reply to  Filthie
10 days ago

Not trying to be a dink; I think this gets to the root of the problem with America today: nobody is in charge.”
another blogger who shows up here sometimes calls it the “Do Lung Bridge” theory

Oswald Spengler
Oswald Spengler
Reply to  cg2
10 days ago

“Who’s the commanding officer here?!”

[terrified soldier turns to look at Captain Willard]

“Ain’t you?!”

steve w
steve w
11 days ago

Most of us here have known that 2024 would be a wild year for this staggering wounded monster we call the USA. So far, we have watched a former president convicted in criminal court, massive pro-Palestinian demonstrations on prestigious campuses, hints of open war against Russia, millions of “newcomers” pouring into our country without vetting and immediately granted benefits and privileges closed to actual citizens, ongoing chatter about a war with China over the Taiwanese question, burgeoning inflation, disaster and malfeasance in Ukraine… and yet, for all this, things are strangely quiet, The big surprises are still to hatch. Our… Read more »

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  steve w
11 days ago

Steve-

As I like to note, compare early June 2024 to the same point in 2020.

Thankfully, we don’t have anything presently close to the mass terror ops we saw in 2020.

Yes, they are trying to start a new health scare, but that has failed to take root in the public consciousness for a variety of reasons.

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Oswald Spengler
Oswald Spengler
Reply to  steve w
10 days ago

This is the deep breath before the plunge.

Krustykurmudgeon
Krustykurmudgeon
11 days ago

Did anyone have this weird sort of “what is this really about” vibe that z talks about, in late 2019 and early 2020 when they were impeaching trump.

It seemed, like clockwork, that covid happened almost as soon as the impeachment ended in acquittal. My suspicion that this was no coincidence has never been shaken.

Someone needs to foia all the emails from that time. What happened specifically on March 10-11 of 2020 to cause the left/media to do a 180/about-face on covid. Some marching order got sent out.

Neoliberal Feudalism
11 days ago

I previously predicted that globohomo would lock up Trump to smash the symbol of defiant white middle America. That said, there are also a rising number of signs that the establishment may allow Trump to win in 2024 and govern as a sick facsimile of himself, a kind of skinsuited Jeb Bush type, or to crash the economy around him and blame him for the failure of the existing system. These signs include: 1: Trump’s other trials have been pushed out past the election instead of cascading. 2: Trump caved entirely on the fraud $95 billion Ukraine/Israel/Taiwan “aid” bill, suggesting… Read more »

Steve
Steve
Reply to  Neoliberal Feudalism
11 days ago

I think the bit about letting Haley play in the sandbox is just hot air to try and woo some of her supporters and make them think they have a seat at the table.
As for the new rule prohibiting anyone from firing the collection of freaks, if it’s an executive order, it can be undone just as easily as it passed.

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
Reply to  Steve
11 days ago

it can be undone just as easily as it passed

I recall a certain executive order signed by The Precious to count illegal aliens in the census. Trump cancelled it, was sued, and John Roberts said he couldn’t. Because racism.

Steve
Steve
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
11 days ago

Thank you for reminding me of that. That douchebag should be retired and replaced with an Alito-type. One other thing I forgot to mention was the backing off of the prosecution of the other two cases. I think this was done after TPTB saw the haul of cash that Trump took in after that sham verdict in NY and thought “Holy shit! We do this again before the election, we might put him up over the billion dollar mark!” As Z mentioned in the podcast, the cucks got very quiet after the verdict and all of that money that Trump… Read more »

Neoliberal Feudalism
Reply to  Steve
11 days ago

Unfortunately it can’t be undone easily — Obama passed an executive order for DACA, Trump rescinded it but globohomo judges put out an executive order preventing it from being effectuated. Such would happen again with this EO.

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Neoliberal Feudalism
11 days ago

The delicious irony wrt DACA is that these million or so recipients—who have for the most part already assimilated into the population—are argued about incessantly and to the neglect of the elephant in the room, unenforced illegal immigrant deportation.

While we argued over peanuts, perhaps 30M+ have entered—almost all as adults who have little chance of assimilation or education to US norms.

Snooze
Snooze
Reply to  Neoliberal Feudalism
10 days ago

Something about not being able to use an executive order to override an executive order.

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Snooze
9 days ago

I believe the judge in this matter was not deciding per se on one executive order overturning another. This happens all the time and for good reason. But rather deciding that DACA rights are now in play given their status change and reversion. The may simply be a rationale/figleaf/hangout for subverting the law by a corrupt/biased judge, nevertheless it’s not considered a change in Presidential power to control the government agencies he’s in charge of.

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
Reply to  Neoliberal Feudalism
11 days ago

The difficulty in successfully impeaching him is it would require some number of red state senators to sacrifice their political careers, and that is a lot to ask from those leeches. The charges would need to be something that even his supporters would want him impeached for, like slaughtering puppies for fun. Just pulling out of Ukraine ain’t gonna cut it for that.

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Neoliberal Feudalism
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
11 days ago

Mitch Mcconnell, who is a uniparty globohomo stooge and who helped destroy the Tea Party movement, controls about 1/3 of the Republican Senate outright. Yes, optically they need cover for impeaching him, but they would love to do it if given the opportunity. Most of the rest of the Republican Senate are squishy in their views and certainly not dissidents or populists.

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Neoliberal Feudalism
11 days ago

One proposal wrt “earned suffrage” is that it is denied to government workers, or for that matter anyone on the public dole.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Neoliberal Feudalism
10 days ago

This is b*******. There is no way to automatically impeach a future President.

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Hemid
Hemid
11 days ago

I stick with my prediction that the plan is to kill him soon. I’d bet on sentencing day or the day he’s “led out of Trump Tower” (symbolically deposed as king of NYC). The regime is cultivating riot/brawl conditions—a “happening” that ends in Trump being shot by a cop—at the big Trump spots in NYC. Someone definitely got some esoteric enjoyment from setting up the De Niro courthouse stunt. De Niro began his career as a ’68-era Living Theater / The Performance Group guy—improv actors who’d have real fights with the crowd, etc. He and De Palma got their start… Read more »

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Hemid
11 days ago

Bootlickers will always be bootlickers no matter how much the boot stomps on them…

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Lineman
11 days ago

The Griller comes to love the boot in his face, just as the slave comes to adore his shackles.

ProZNoV
ProZNoV
11 days ago

Economy:

Ragin’ Cajun’ Carville (insane, but funny) was ranting to the effect that the Democrats have went from:

“It’s the economy stupid!”

to

“You’re stupid if you don’t like the economy!”

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
Reply to  ProZNoV
11 days ago

Telling the voters that they’re wrong, and/or insulting the voters, is a very new phenomenon in AINO politics, beginning as best as I can remember with The Precious in 2007 or ’08. I have not noticed it being done by Republicans yet. Slow with the new trends as always. Anyhow, I wonder if this is some kind of marker of late stage decline.

steve w
steve w
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
11 days ago

I remember that Carter more or less took this attitude after his loss to Reagan in 1980. Very sore loser. People forget that Jimmy, in addition to being a weak president, was also a dick.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  steve w
11 days ago

Is he even still alive?

Yes. Yes he is. If he makes it to October 1, he’ll crack the century mark. Peanuts and Billy Beer must make for a dam’ healthy diet…

Justinian
Justinian
11 days ago

They are going to roll out the bird flu scare, except they’ll claim it can be transmitted through the Internet and will kill 110 billion people in the first three months. The solution will be to vaccinate your computer by installing software (NoDissenticus – trademark to Pfizer) which stops you from going to infected sites, as listed by the regime. After all, if you catch bird flu off the Internet you could spread it to vulnerable people WHO WILL DIE HORRIBLY! In one such case, a white unvaccinated dude (who refused to wear a mask while on the internet) will… Read more »

Wiffle
Wiffle
Reply to  Justinian
11 days ago

I’m hoping the last “pandemic” was lightening in a bottle. It mostly caught people by surprise. There’s no surface level acknowledgement that we may have been scammed at a global scale. However, I don’t think most of the masses are ready to have their lives upended again for what they experienced as a bad cold. Fool me once, shame on you, fool me twice, shame on me.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Wiffle
11 days ago

Possibly true, but the lockdowns were the main point and a different means to that end may be tried such as a war that requires people to remain in their homes, just to spitball. It was no coincidence that the “15-minute city” emerged after the Covid tyranny.

c matt
c matt
Reply to  Wiffle
11 days ago

All depends on how they enforce it. Some states will be more draconian, others will simply ignore it. Likely the same states as last time. There really wasn’t much enforcement in my neck of the woods other than shaming, and given that the mask Karens were proven ridiculous, it will have even less effect this time around.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  c matt
11 days ago

Yes, just like WuFlu itself, the scare’s virulence will diminish with every successive strain. The Kovid Krackdown is a wasting resource.

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Justinian
11 days ago

On the local news last night was the announcement by the FDA that the *new* Covid booster was now available and the recommendation to be up to date in your shot series. This was narrated on top of the standard “B role” of some chumps standing in line behind some clown getting poked.

These folks are serious and have no shame.

Woodsy
Woodsy
11 days ago

After months of rumors, hiring feezes have bregun inside certain federal agencies.

They are not calling them hiring freezes and are telling employees not to call them hiring freezes, but they have frozen almost all hiring.

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
Reply to  Woodsy
11 days ago

I did not think such a thing was possible under a D administration. What gives? Are the finances worse than they are letting on?

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
11 days ago

JZ-

Wouldn’t surprise me.

In my corner of the world the automation/machine building space is getting slow.

I’m not surprised the green firms are tapping out because they can’t exist at 5% interest.

What is a bit surprising is that medical and defense customers are starting to put projects on hold, given what we know about the Fed’s money printing activities.

Yes, I contradicted myself a bit.

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Stephanie
Stephanie
11 days ago

lol Biden didn’t poop himself, or maybe he did who knows, but one thing is for sure, he wanted to sit down, and didn’t feel much like being there. He’d rather be on his beach in Rehoboth or wherever with Dr. Jill because he is tired, (unless they tell him he can jail a MAGA that’s the only time he has any energy. Dark Bradon energy they call it I guess.)

Steve
Steve
Reply to  Stephanie
11 days ago

Biden didn’t poop himself, or maybe he did who knows

Heck, Biden doesn’t even know.

Don't mind me
Don't mind me
Member
10 days ago

There won’t be an election. That’s why they’re not even campaigning yet. They will have an “event” that will be the pretext to suspending or postponing indefinitely the election. It’s the only way they survive. This has been the plan since 2020.

Whiskey
Whiskey
Reply to  Don't mind me
9 days ago

Agreed on that. And Biden is so unpopular that he’s creating Trump votes constantly. Just like Zelensky, he will find an emergency to cancel elections. He literally cannot lose power, his family owes so much grift to those both higher up (Obama) and lower (Garland, various black politicos) that he has to keep the grift going just to make the vig. Not to mention that if he loses, all his stunts targeting not just Trump but those around him and adjacent and those next (like Musk and his Defense backers — Musk did not buy Twitter on his own he… Read more »

Paul Gottfried
Paul Gottfried
11 days ago

“Westerners who believe that the virtues and sins they are familiar with are fixed elements of the firmament or part of the natural law may not realize that they think that way merely because they grew up with them in their culture, which is a product of several millennia of intertwining classical western philosophy, Christianity and the honor system. Without that cultural fabric, they would have never consciously known if they felt envious or covetous, and there would be no guilt or shame associated with what is known as sinful behavior. Without the European cultural fabric, they would have never… Read more »

Evil Sandmich
Evil Sandmich
11 days ago

This June Debate thing is very weird. Regime toadies are trying to cast it as a way for Biden to get around “fake news” and tell “his story” which makes no sense. More likely is that Biden is so bad off that they know that by early fall that all the coke in the world wouldn’t drag him across the finish line in a debate with a self-aware turnip.

Donald
Donald
10 days ago

Good podcast and you made some great points of Biden. The reality is he is old and dumb. He is no longer resonating with voters. However, I feel like you let Trump off the hook for his carnie behavior. Trump is the celebrity television culture personified. While he says things that many on our side agree with, his behavior and character are awful. During the 2020 election he ran a recurring donation scam where he set up recurring payments from his supporters. He surrounds himself with shady characters and has a history of stiffing contractors. I feel like the election… Read more »

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Donald
9 days ago

Yep, but one man wants the tear the place down, the other same old, same old. Choose your poison…

Whiskey
Whiskey
9 days ago

Fairly big happening this weekend. The White House is surrounded, by Palestinian protestors holding up bloody paper mache masks/heads of Biden and Blinken, monuments defaced, the flag burnt. Police in retreat and inept. It not only shows to ordinary people the two standards: Hard Left Good, Whitey Bad, but the anti-Saturday people stuff is scaring big money men who wear funny hats on Saturday. The Regime (Dr. Jill, Obama, Garland and Blinken) are either unable or unwilling to cork stuff up. The other is the hostage rescue of four Israelis. Apparently both US and Israeli special forces hid out in… Read more »

Arthur Metcalf
Arthur Metcalf
Reply to  Whiskey
9 days ago

The young Chinese-Israeli woman who was a hostage looks like she’s had an 8-month vacation. Have a Coke and a smile. You want to look again at those pictures of her and tell me that this is on the level? Who isn’t lying?

Stephanie
Stephanie
11 days ago

What do you think about the Gamestop maneuvers recently, Z? Since you said you were fairly well-versed on wall street and the stock market. It’s becoming a theme of people taking back their power and how the establishment won’t allow it?

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
Reply to  houska
10 days ago

Washington Post is reporting this at the top of my homepage news feed, so the regime wants this to be seen

Whiskey
Whiskey
Reply to  houska
9 days ago

I am thinking this is a Mao Hundred Flowers boob bait for bubba moment. Let people think there will be no clampdown, see who acts like a secret Trump supporter, then the clampdown. They are not going to throw out the ability to jail Trump now, and remove him. Its probably aimed at some on Wall Street and in the government, to smoke them out and then destroy them as open Trump supporters and enemy of “Our Democracy.”

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Whiskey
9 days ago

It also is an attempt to make the show trial appear legitimate–“see, the judge was so honest he brought this to the defense’s attention! Yeah, it was fake, but this proves the trial was fair.”

ProZNoV
ProZNoV
11 days ago

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Whiskey
Whiskey
11 days ago

Zman — Yes certain aspects of Wall Street, the Pentagon, Fortune 500 etc. would prefer Trump as the more stable, however their Faustian bargain cannot be undone. Its Joey Depends all the way. Joey Depends is unstoppable because the people behind him will not stop, ever. If you look at the signaling in Europe, the future is clear: A. US troops about 200K sent to Ukraine with very aggressive attempts to take out Russian air defenses and likely very high casualties both among airmen and on the ground. B. A draft, including up to age 75, but only for Straight… Read more »

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
Reply to  Whiskey
11 days ago

A couple of minor disagreements Whiskey.

  1. There is a slight numbers problem with “mass” arrests of Trump “supporters.” A similar problem rears its head when it comes to debanking all or many of them.
  2. I’ve heard enough about dead man’s switches to last me a lifetime
Whiskey
Whiskey
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
9 days ago

Steve Sailer keeps reminding people that David Bazelov father of Emily, made a fortune selling off the assets of the Nisei interned during WWII. Similar to the fortunes made selling off the assets of the Soviet Union in 1992. So a bunch of very connected companies: Blackrock, State Street, and Vanguard, with trillions under management, would love to get your stuff. The arrests can always be privatized. There are a lot of young military age men from other countries with nothing to do and various paid cell phones. Many of them are criminals released form Venezuelan and African jails. If… Read more »

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Whiskey
11 days ago

There’s also a problem with the 200k boot pounders—unless we talk supply and perhaps Air Force and Navy. Bush II couldn’t muster 125k for Iraq, round 2.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  Whiskey
11 days ago

W-

There are plenty of us D-FENS types that aren’t going to be complying with any forced labor in defense industrial plants.

Besides, it’s impossible to run a massive war industry sans cheap, stable energy flows.

Whiskey
Whiskey
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
9 days ago

Germany did “ok” from 1941-45 using mostly forced labor from: France, the Netherlands, Poland, Denmark, and the Balkans. They even made the V-2s with forced labor, sometimes there would be sabotage, the enforcement against it was so brutal and severe in terms of crimes against humanity and basic human decency that overall, the sabotage had an effect but not decisive. It can work, and has worked, for a while. Where it falls apart is high-quality, complex weapons systems that require SCALE, that is mass production on the very highest quality, because it gives a decisive fighting edge. Two examples being… Read more »

Oswald Spengler
Oswald Spengler
Reply to  Whiskey
10 days ago

This is a recipe for “Civil War II: This Time It’s Personal.”

Joy N.
9 days ago

Thanks for this article..
🙏🙏
The Bible prophesied 7-year Tribulation is at humanity’s doorstep & the time to escape is very short. To read more, pls visit https://bibleprophecyinaction.blogspot.com/

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Joy N.
9 days ago

Does the past 3 years of Biden count towards the 7?

TempoNick
TempoNick
11 days ago

Sometimes a good ‘movie’ can provide a lot of truth and/or background.
‘Official Secrets.’
Relevant today?
Enjoy the show!
Q

https://qalerts.app/?n=3635

Apex Predator
Apex Predator
Reply to  TempoNick
10 days ago

An actual in the wild Q-Tard still exists?! I thought they had rounded like 95% of you up after Jan 6th. Still trusting the plan Q bro? Just 2 more weeks! (4 years later) Trump is actually still the president of the shadow government and this is all a big psyop, right? Sidney Powell will be unleashing the Kraken any day now! 🙄

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Apex Predator
10 days ago

I found him entertaining.

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
Reply to  Apex Predator
10 days ago

It just now occurred to me that their WWG1WGA slogan was purposefully made to get them all there on J6. Sometimes I’m a little slow on the uptake.

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
9 days ago

which is an indicator that J6 was planned at least as far back as 2017