Preference Cascade

The regime media’s ongoing meltdown over Joe Biden’s mental decline might be a bit of foreshadowing for what lies ahead in American society. What was on display the night of the debate is called a preference cascade. This is when people suddenly realize that their private doubts or preferences are shared by everyone else. One person realizes he is not alone in his doubts, for example, so he voices them and all of a sudden, this private doubt sweeps the room as public doubt.

Up to that point, everyone privately assumed that everyone else held an opinion or preference that was contrary to their private opinion or preference. This is preference falsification, which involves the selection of a publicly expressed preference that differs from the privately held preference of the person. The person may disagree with what she perceives to be the collective opinion but she keeps this private. This is the underlying condition for the preference cascade.

Regarding Biden and the media, they were seeing what the world has been seeing for years, but they chose to keep quiet about it. One reason is pressure from the top of the media operations who collude with the political elites. The bigger reason is the herd mentality of regime media. The thing these people fear most is to be expelled from the system, so they invest most of their energy in making sure they never wander too far away from the rest of the herd.

On the night of the debate, as Biden stared into nothingness with his mouth open like a nursing home patient, the conflict between the privately held opinion of Biden’s condition and official opinion grew so large some people snapped. This is what set off the chain reaction we saw that night. All of a sudden, the poles have reversed and those who doubt that it is a good idea to question Biden’s fitness keep quiet because they assume the herd holds a contrary opinion.

This is creating an enormous problem for Team Biden. They are going from one regime platform to the next hoping to pressure these people into abandoning the public position on Biden’s brain condition, but that same herd mentality is preventing them from changing opinions on the matter. They are now playing the race card against regime media, with the Congressional Black Caucus leading the charge. Questioning Biden’s fitness is now the new racism.

What the regime is slamming into is a problem of their own making. Decades of lies about the nature of the regime were made possible by manipulation of the public through the herd mentality of regime media. Note how the regime worked tirelessly to remove anyone from the media who questioned official narratives. The purge of diverse opinion from Fox News is the most recent example. The regime built a herd and now the herd has broken through the fence.

This may turn out to be a good analogy for society as a whole. The two-party system that emerged from the Cold War was built around a new consensus. The end of history was the triumph of Western democracy and by extension, the triumph of the managerial elite that came to control Western democracies. One party would promote a domestic agenda shepherded by the elites, while the other party would champion an international agenda that spread that domestic agenda globally.

The glue holding it together was both their confidence in their ability to remake the world, but also their shared belief that the general public was fully committed to what the elites now call democracy. For thirty years the public has been subjected to a firehose of propaganda about how “our democracy” works. You have to accept the results because it is the result of democracy and no one better question “our democracy” or you are worse than Hitler.

The truth is though, this process and slowly undermined public trust in the institutions associated with democracy. Only kooks and simpletons accept anything from regime media at face value. Most people think the political parties are corrupt. If not for Trump, the Republican Party would be facing the same fate as the Tories. Even the military has lost the trust of the public. Recruitment is in a crisis because the people who used to buy the flag waving no longer wave the flags of their fathers.

In other words, we have a condition similar to that which prevailed in the media with regards to Biden’s mental health. The gap between what people think privately about their political system and what they will state publicly is growing. Every fake news item about it, each dodgy election result and the increasing despair at daily life are widening that gap by undermining trust in the system. The conditions for a preference cascade are just about in place, waiting for the match.

Wild fires start because no one can easily predict which spark at which location will set the woods ablaze. The solution is to prevent the conditions that can lead to a wildfire, rather than police the sparks. The regime has chosen the other path. They invest their time in preventing sparks. The reason regime media looks like a zombie horde is anyone with a spark of curiosity was forced to hide his own misgivings for fear of being ostracized, but that just created the conditions for this media wildfire.

We see the same in the general public. In the fullness of time, we may look at this ongoing populist revolt as a genuine defense of the system by the public because they still believed in the system. The real peasant revolt that comes next will start with the preference cascade when everyone all at once realizes that everyone else detests their rulers and the system that makes them possible. History says these sorts of wildfires end only one way.


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Ajclement
Ajclement
14 days ago

The recent elections in Europe where unapproved ideas and voters are marginalized thru “democracy” show that the approved democracy is failing. And thus democracy in the west is digging its own grave

Auld Mark
Auld Mark
Reply to  Ajclement
14 days ago

In France, Le pens’ party got 10 million votes. The left center 7, and the communists 6. Their rigged system awarded the nationalists 1/3 of the seats in parliament, but it’s the leftys rioting.
How do we spell wildfire again?

Jannie
Jannie
Reply to  Auld Mark
14 days ago

Absolutely unsustainable. The French elites have been can-kicking for decades, and eventually they will end up like the aristocrats in Z-man’s linked pic.

ProZNoV
ProZNoV
Reply to  Auld Mark
14 days ago

Camp of the Saints was prophetic.

Hemid
Hemid
Reply to  Auld Mark
14 days ago

They don’t riot when they lose. They don’t lose.

Protest is a dominance display or a celebration (via entreaty, sometimes) of the regime. That’s why MAGA/trucker/pro-life/etc. protests are de facto illegal throughout the West and why “the left” can do whatever it wants—with one exception.

Whitney
Member
14 days ago

I think the order came from on high, and this was coordinated, to go ahead and say that he was not fit to run and that’s why they had this really early debate, so that they could dislodge him and his family. I am greatly enjoying that it is not going to plan. I mean how fantastic, someone said he blackmailed Barack Obama saying he’d release information about his homosexual lifestyle? Or his wife did I guess. Incredible that headlines like that are even appearing. Though that seems pretty tame, more likely it’s about Big Mike. I am struck by… Read more »

Fed Up
Fed Up
Reply to  Whitney
14 days ago

Biden kerfuffle is a limited hangout. Get normies used to one bit of the deception, count on the short attention spans and quick news cycles to pave the way for the next False Flag or State Funeral.

Once the attention is on the new shiny object, Biden issues will fade until convention time. By then there will be more BS, and more overt threats, to reshape the narrative.

Zulu Juliet
Zulu Juliet
Reply to  Fed Up
14 days ago

“new shiny object”. The problem for them is Biden will keep providing increasingly bizarre examples of his surly decrepitude. It’s not like he is going to get better. They can’t get this nasty bumbling bombastic old fool off the stage!

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Zulu Juliet
14 days ago

True. But they can dramatically curtail his appearances before the camera.

Wiffle
Wiffle
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
13 days ago

Yep. It took the debate to make people realize what anyone familiar with dementia already knew. They can go back to trotting him out a 5 minute basis with no questions.

Maxda
Maxda
Reply to  Whitney
14 days ago

Z used it as an example of their 1 dimensional thinking.

A better plan would have been to put him out their in a primary debate and let him get obliterated by Dems last Fall, then pull the plug on him through the normal process.

RFK might have shown up and done the demolition, which would have created new problems.

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
Reply to  Maxda
14 days ago

The problem with that is that his replacement’s honeymoon period would have ended long before the election and they would start to look mortal. This way, forcing him out less than 3 months before the general election (presumably at the convention late August), his replacement has a big messiah moment and a honeymoon that rides right into election day. Re: that messiah moment, it will be just as sudden a “preference cascade” or whatever you call it as this debate thing was. All of a sudden, in an instant, the entire MSM and lefty social media will swoon for the… Read more »

Mycale
Mycale
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
14 days ago

I think this is another problem for them – what honeymoon period? Kamala won’t get one because she is horrible and nobody likes her. Gavin Newsom won’t get one because he is White. Big Mike is probably the only one who the party can broadly get behind, but I’m not convinced that is going to happen. I also wonder, theoretically, and conceptually, if the party even can unify, at least in the short term. We have a political process to resolve differences, but the Dems shut it down the past three elections through various shenanigans. Feels like a lot of… Read more »

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Mycale
14 days ago

broadly get behind”

And Big Mike certainly has a broad behind behind which to get…

Dr. Dre
Dr. Dre
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
14 days ago

From the front I see her as “sharp shinned” that kind of nasty bow-legged look with the big flat feet.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
14 days ago

If the Power Structure manages to expel Joey Depends, Big Mike could indeed be his replacement. He certainly ticks all the Left’s boxes.

stranger in a strange land
stranger in a strange land
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
14 days ago

A dyke for presidente, and a homoeaux as first man (or lady). Talk about getting the government we deserve, and getting it good and hard…

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
14 days ago

I did get the name wrong, it’s Mike LaVon Robinson.

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
14 days ago

I’m not quite actually 100% on Big Mike. I’m sure Hillary wants it. And she’s been radio silent since The Debate, whereas she was all over the news for about a month prior. That’s suspicious. But H cannot unite the clans the way M can. M is the only one the whole D base/apparatus would get excited about. Well, maybe Oprah, but I don’t think it’s her.

Xman
Xman
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
13 days ago

I really don’t understand the right-wing meme that Michelle Obama will be the Democrat presidential candidate. It was well-known that she (OK, he/it/whatever) disliked the Washington fishbowl intensely. She has no real people-connecting skills, is not a good orator, has never held any office, (or any real job that was not a DEI grift), and has no real constituency within the Democratic Party, Congress, the media or the voters. I just don’t see it. Perhaps the meme comes from the idea the Barack is really the one pulling the strings in the Biden administration and Michelle would give him a… Read more »

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Xman
13 days ago

Xman, the Dems are running a cadaver for reelection. Is Big Mike any less likely or a worse candidate? The bottom line is she’s a big-name negress whose views are to the Left of Trotsky, and that’s good enough. The only thing that would disqualify her is if she simply doesn’t want the job, which is of course possible.

Xman
Xman
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
13 days ago

Yes, I think that’s it. I don’t think she wants it. True, the Democrats are now stuck with a cadaver, but that wasn’t the plan. They ran him in 2020 and they put him on the Obama ticket for a reason: he brings in the old white Boomer Democrats and he’s been inside Washington for fifty years. He had a constituency, he had a name, he had media recognition, he had legislative experience. Remember they ran him as a “sober, levelheaded, stable, dignified” candidate against the shoot-from-the-lip firebrand Trump. Now, I personally don’t buy any of that bullshit, I think… Read more »

Wiffle
Wiffle
Reply to  Xman
13 days ago

The fan base Biden has in the older demographic is fascinating. I can only assume that it’s the “rerun/celebrity” effect so prevalent in that generation. He’s been around for 50 years, so it’s his turn.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Xman
13 days ago

Yes, I’m sure they initially ran Biden as a sensible, reasonable candidate. But note now that the Dems, rather than ditch him, which is the reasonable thing to do, are circling the wagons and backing him to the hilt. To me, what this means is that Dems do not strategize around traditional criteria such as experience, judiciousness, sobriety, etc. Rather, what drives their choices are rank ideology and anti-traditional identity. All other considerations are ancillary. And this is why Big Mike has a real shot at the brass ring, if he wants it.

Wiffle
Wiffle
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
13 days ago

I can only assume that if she really wanted the job, we would have known by now. She’s the Holy Grail of Presidential candidates, from the POV of the democrats.
No, only a dementia patient is dumb enough to want the job of Presidential actor for 4 years.

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Mycale
Mycale
Reply to  Whitney
14 days ago

I think there is a natural belief on this side that we are dealing with all-powerful, unbelievably competent super-geniuses who are operating at 33-dimensional chess at all times. I get it, but I also think you can look at the people in charge, and see that they are very, very, very stupid, and while they wield a lot of institutional power, they don’t wield it very well. Biden has been in bad shape for a long time but they’ve managed to Weekend at Bernie’s him for long enough, thanks to drugs, teleprompters, etc. I have been yelling into the void… Read more »

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Mycale
14 days ago

In AINO, when competence butts up against diversity, diversity wins every time. And this, more than anything, is why wings are falling off 747s, the military can’t build a pier, and everytime you order a drumstick and a Coke from Popeyes you get the shrimp bucket and a sweet tea.

redbeard
redbeard
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
14 days ago

“Africa always wins.”

Horace
Horace
Reply to  redbeard
14 days ago

I commend the Chinese for their equivalent contribution to African Studies: “It is all so very tiresome.”

Tars Tarkas
Member
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
14 days ago

The diversity tax is real. It’s already a heavy burden and getting heavier by the day.

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Tars Tarkas
14 days ago

It will end up crushing us if we don’t don’t get our act together…

Wiffle
Wiffle
Reply to  Lineman
13 days ago

The Romans ultimately opted out of their system when the tax got too high.

Tars Tarkas
Member
Reply to  Mycale
14 days ago

They aren’t super-geniuses, but they have both the influence and the power. It’s not by a slim margin either. They own or control 90 plus percent of the media and social media. The swamp is mostly their people too.

Cmhi
Cmhi
Reply to  Tars Tarkas
13 days ago

It’s the FED control… they can make money out-if-nowhere and lend it at interest to the government… you can never win if the FED isn’t ended/drastically… edited.

Jack Dodson
Jack Dodson
Reply to  Mycale
14 days ago

Spot on. When you look at politicians as third party beneficiaries as Z suggested, it begins to make sense: the parties to the contract along with their propaganda organs are discredited so the whores are as well. Thus could end quicker than we anticipate.

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
Reply to  Mycale
14 days ago

Kind of but not exactly. It doesn’t take a super genius to control a card game when you hold all the cards. Which they do. Giving them the power to arrange whatever they want, on whatever timeline they want. No genius required. Just will.

Mycale
Mycale
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
14 days ago

They don’t hold all the cards though. That’s the point. They can’t change objective reality. No matter what they do, they cannot will Biden’s mental faculties to improve, or even to not decline. They can’t will Fani Willis into being a diligent, moral, and competent DA. So on and so on. They think they can, and that’s the problem (for them, and us).

rasqball
rasqball
Reply to  Mycale
14 days ago

True, true: they all think themselves Conjurers
When in fact they are weak-kneed Debasers.

c matt
c matt
Reply to  Mycale
14 days ago

But the point is, they don’t have to. They just have to control the courts above fanny, the power wielders at the various gov’t agencies that run the ZOG regime.

c matt
c matt
Reply to  Mycale
14 days ago

I think there is a natural belief on this side that we are dealing with all-powerful, unbelievably competent super-geniuses who are operating at 33-dimensional chess at all times

The only part of the above I agree with is the (almost) all-powerful. That is only because they cling to power ruthlessly once acquired, using it to reward friends and right-thinkers, and punish enemies and wrong-thinkers. Genius and 33 dimensional chess have nothing to do with it.

Cmhi
Cmhi
Reply to  Mycale
13 days ago

The people in charge are not visible — and not incompetent. They beat everyone else in the contest for (real) power.

Wiffle
Wiffle
Reply to  Cmhi
13 days ago

They may be once were competent. But the evidence is mounting that they are growing incompetent.

Wiffle
Wiffle
Reply to  Mycale
13 days ago

“I  think there is a natural belief on this side that we are dealing with all-powerful, unbelievably competent super-geniuses who are operating at 33-dimensional chess at all times. “

I tend to believe that people believe in evil super geniuses because it comforts them in some way. Without a solid faith in God, all they have is our overlords call the shots. It’s a bit much to believe they are also lucky to find their car keys.

Hemid
Hemid
Reply to  Whitney
14 days ago

Clerical error. When it was decided that “global warming” would be called “climate change” from now on, not everyone got the memo. Many lefties, some prominent enough to be on the insiders’ mailing list, were outraged. A few even went to press. They recognized that “climate change,” the phrase, was an op, but they live in a world of stupid fantasy, so they thought it was our op, right-wing newspeak to hide what’s really happening—warming. They cited Newt Gingrich’s new use of “climate change” as proof. Then they were told to shut the fuck up. In a few days Biden… Read more »

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Hemid
14 days ago

To quickly defeat the climate change narrative, please just refer to it as Global Boiling whenever possible.

jo blo
jo blo
Reply to  Alzaebo
13 days ago

The thing about positive feedbacks is that they get ever- worse until something gives. There’s been warmer times than this, so why isn’t the earth still boiling?

Convection is a major force, and always a negative feedback. Why is it never mentioned?

Al in Georgia
Al in Georgia
Reply to  Whitney
14 days ago

Regarding women ruling in place of their demented husbands. DOCTOR Jill was in Columbus, GA yesterday on a campaign event at Fort Benning, now called Fort Moore.

This is the easiest type of campaign event there is. Give a short speech, shake a few hands, take a few pictures with the troops and take no questions.

My wife who pays no attention to politics asked me why she was there in place of Joe. I told her Joe was having a bad day and needed a nap.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Al in Georgia
14 days ago

Lemme guess–Benning was a Blue-eyed Ice Devil and Moore is a sainted Hutu.

PrimiPilus
PrimiPilus
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
14 days ago

Knew it had been renamed. Despise the leadership for that whole renaming thing. But didn’t know it was Ft Moore. Looked it up and it was named after Hal Moore — the guy Mel Gibson played in
We Were Soldiers Once.” Standard issue white guy,

My guess is they were throwing smoke so they could say it wasn’t all racially motivated ….

Moore was the genuine article; but I don’t believe it should be done. Soldiers I’ve talked to — active and retired — of same sentiment.

I doubt he would have approved, himself.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  PrimiPilus
13 days ago

Did they replace the Confederate with a (modern) Union man? Subtle, if so.

Don’t forget the attraction a white face has for the nonwhites and nonstraights- they go to strength, that’s why streets or places renamed for loser figureheads end up with nobody but losers going there. They’re conquered territory, already razed, no valuables left to strip.

Last edited 13 days ago by Alzaebo
Al in Georgia
Al in Georgia
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
14 days ago

Considering the PC crowd that runs the military, it is a surprising choice.

General Benning was a blue eyed Ice Devil. He was born and raised in Columbus, GA. He was a lawyer, judge and politician. He raised an infantry unit in Columbus and fought in many Civil War battles.

Hal Moore was an Army general and fought in Korea and Vietnam. He was awarded the DSC, the second highest military decoration. He wrote the book, We Were Soldiers Once. Mel Gibson portrayed him in the movie.

Felix Krull
Member
Reply to  Whitney
14 days ago

I think the order came from on high, and this was coordinated

Same. It was very noticeable here in Denmark because the media is considerably more Commie than in America: suddenly, the entire gaggle synchronously snapped about like so many cheerleaders, from “you’re a right-wing conspiracy nut if you question the state of Biden’s brain” to “oh, no, the guy is completely out to lunch” in 24 hours.

Whitney
Member
Reply to  Felix Krull
14 days ago

Yeah they all started doing that and yet none of them called for him to step down/ be removed which is the next logical step. Not one.

Cmhi
Cmhi
Reply to  Whitney
13 days ago

It means that, for now, that’s not in the unique script handed them.

Pozymandias
Reply to  Whitney
13 days ago

I speculated here a week or so ago that they deliberately took Biden off his magic undead pills and let him loose on stage. The problem is what to replace him with. I agree that Big Mike is probably the best of a bad lot but I still think there’s enough remaining common sense among rank and file Lefties that an obvious DMV lady can’t be President. They’ll all say they’re voting for Mike but will spend election day drunk on Bud Light. For the same reason, they can’t really use Kamala Harris. What they need is a male candidate… Read more »

Wiffle
Wiffle
Reply to  Pozymandias
13 days ago

Personally, I think they just couldn’t believe that money/drugs doesn’t reverse dementia. I suspect the PTB knew the debate would be bad, thus explaining the timing. I don’t think they anticipated facing dementia on stage.
The Cloud People are shocked, embarrassed, and disturbed. They really believe in Biden as president and money/medicine and cure all. Us dirt people have seen dementia and the limits medicine a few times.

Dutchboy
Dutchboy
Reply to  Pozymandias
10 days ago

The pill is called Provigil (modafinil).

Ed
Ed
Reply to  Whitney
13 days ago

I’m surprised this hasn’t been discussed at length. Obama has definitely had scotum sacs flapping up against his chin.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Ed
13 days ago

Heh. I’m surprised 3g4me hasn’t already pounced upon this, but scrote and sack are redundant. As for their flapping against BO’s chin, well, that’s happened often enough that you can see the indentation if you look closely. Not that anybody would want to, mark you…

Marko
Marko
14 days ago

I don’t see current-year America like France, 1791 but rather like a prison yard. People will rise up, eventually, but for different reasons. The Mexican gang will take offence to some transgression; the black gang will take offense to some punishment, and the white gang will take offense to injustice. Indian gangs and Chinese gangs will view the chaos from afar and take advantage of the opportunities that present themselves, and may prosper from the fallout. All the while the (((prison guards))) start quitting their jobs.

??what??
??what??
Reply to  Marko
14 days ago

Another good example would be the protestant revolt. The problems in the Catholic Church kept increasing pressure until the unified church fractured into many pieces. When the US system goes, there will be competing factions.

The French revolution was a more homogeneous peasant revolt that will not happen here.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Marko
14 days ago

If I ever get a crack at Bobby Mack Screwstein, I’m going to make him regret all those times he put me in solitary…

btp
Member
14 days ago

It’s not that normie will wake up if this one incontrovertible fact is exposed, as Q hypnotized some to imagine. Instead, a preference cascade would enable the cover for other things. I do think the mocking from some – the gist of which is that all the tough Americans are really sissies because they haven’t all taken up their ARs and started stacking bodies – is somewhat off the mark. Such actions would be suicide not because the FBI is so terribly smart, but because normie would pick up the phone and rat everyone out. Ted Kaczynski’s brother turned him… Read more »

??what??
??what??
Reply to  btp
14 days ago

“I do think the mocking from some – the gist of which is that all the tough Americans are really sissies because they haven’t all taken up their ARs and started stacking bodies – is somewhat off the mark.” My mocking of those people is not because they aren’t violent, but because they give up in a million other ways through daily cuckery. Conservatives see themselves as the inheritors of ancient manliness, but are held over a barrel by men in dresses and degenerate women. What use is that kind of manliness, where you sit passively by until the world… Read more »

Jannie
Jannie
Reply to  ??what??
14 days ago

There are other, peaceful ways to take action. It starts with boycotts (no NFL, no Target, no Bud Light), pulling your kids from the education camp system, redpilling those around you, supporting activists like Z, Rufo, Ramzpaul. Build up your family and community. Seek the Lord.

Lack of faith in God is what is driving the disaster in Europe: Europeans just don’t have the confidence or ideas to oppose Islam, communism or degenerate multiculturalism. The Godly Boers in South Africa, however, are strong people.

btp
Member
Reply to  Jannie
14 days ago

Political power grows out of the barrel of a gun, Jannie. There are no alternatives.

Jannie
Jannie
Reply to  btp
14 days ago

Soviet Union was militarily invincible and it fell without a shot.

Wiffle
Wiffle
Reply to  Jannie
13 days ago

Exactly. A collapse from it’s own weight, which appears is shaping up here.

btp
Member
Reply to  ??what??
14 days ago

@??what??, there is no standing up against degenerates, or anyone else, that is not based in violence.

> Leave this elementary school, you degenerate tranny teacher!
> Make me
> …

See what I mean? Boycotts are nonsense, speaking up in town councils is nonsense, removing your kids from public schools is simply admitting defeat, etc. Imposing your will on someone else is always and everywhere a violent act.

How were schools integrated? Well, through the bayonets of the 101st Airborne, as the picture shows. The idea that there exist un-chosen alternatives is naïve.

??what??
??what??
Reply to  btp
14 days ago

“Imposing your will on someone else is always and everywhere a violent act.”

Conservatives refused to ever use their legal authority, when in power, to root out these problems.

Instead of using official state-sanctioned violence to crush the left, they prefer to have gun-stroking fantasies where they will shoot looters after civil order completely collapses.

Tars Tarkas
Member
Reply to  ??what??
14 days ago

The problem is they never actually have legal authority. The ‘dirt conservatives’ are never going to get close to power. The ‘cloud conservatives’ are leftists. Ask any of these ‘cloud conservatives’ about all the anti-white racism in areas like employment and you’ll get a lecture about Martin Lufer Kang! But even if the ‘dirt conservatives’ ever got power, it’s not in their nature to wield said power and use it to crush their enemies and reward their friends. I entirely agree with you about the utter fantasies of powerless conservatives dreaming of the day they will be allowed to actually… Read more »

btp
Member
Reply to  ??what??
14 days ago

Good to see you agree with me. For a minute there, I think you were worried that you were disagreeing. But you’re good now.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  btp
14 days ago

It’s not so simple. Persistent persuasion through civil acts can change a country’s mental climate and make violent action possible because either supported by or countenanced by the state. The state was able to send in the 101st Airborne because America’s mental climate had been altered to such an extent that such action was acceptable. If the US guv tried that shit 30 years earlier they would have met with armed white mobs pulling triggers and lobbing incendiary devices.

btp
Member
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
14 days ago

Well, there are different levels of violent response, right? That is, it’s one thing to light up the local cops who want to make you send you child to school with blacks. Taking on the 101st is a whole ‘nother thing.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  btp
14 days ago

In my example, I was talking about state violence. The vast majority of the time, any government will consider the likely response–or lack of same–from the masses before using force. Therefore, those whose acts have conditioned the mentality of the masses will have obliquely influenced the state’s use or avoidance of violence.

btp
Member
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
13 days ago

I think Tim McVeigh curbed ATF/FBI murders for around a decade.

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
14 days ago

Sort of like if they’d tried sex changes on minors in the 1990s they’d have been imprisoned. But the Overton was moved enough in the next 20 years.

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  ??what??
14 days ago

Men are accountable. A lot of guys want the glory without the price. Not talking blood and guts, either. Simple things like being unpopular and ruffling feathers. Too many people do the gray man bit and skirt by. Keep playing gray man, it gets to a point where you have to play gray man. Like the saying about an ounce of prevention being worth a pound of cure.

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Paintersforms
14 days ago

Or this saying which is directly in line with that… If you will not fight for right when you can easily win without blood shed; if you will not fight when your victory is sure and not too costly; you may come to the moment when you will have to fight with all the odds against you and only a precarious chance of survival. There may even be a worse case. You may have to fight when there is no hope of victory, because it is better to perish than to live as slaves… Now just to be clear we… Read more »

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  ??what??
14 days ago

Until White Men become Brothers again for The Future of White Children everything will continue to get worse…

Hemid
Hemid
Reply to  btp
14 days ago

Gotta point this out, for Whiskey: Ted’s brother knew for a long time. On his own he’d have kept the secret, but he’d told his wife (???!!!) and she nagged him to turn Ted in. She didn’t do it herself—and she never would have. But she “shit-tested” him daily, because he’s a weenie. Eventually he failed. The “beta” move of sacrificing his brother to the “alpha” cops did not improve his sex life. In interviews she seeks the camera—the official eye—and he shrinks from it. She acknowledges him only to gloat over her victory, to make him admit it. “Didn’t… Read more »

redbeard
redbeard
Reply to  btp
14 days ago

Who would we shoot though?

btp
Member
Reply to  redbeard
14 days ago

You assume we are violent. We are not violent.

Lester
Lester
Reply to  btp
13 days ago

“That is why you fail.”

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  redbeard
14 days ago

Although the classic reply would be that I have a ‘little list’ (Gilbert and Sullivan), in reality I have a very long list. If I could get reincarnated as an invisible sniper I’d be good to go.

TempoNick
TempoNick
Reply to  btp
14 days ago

Q didn’t hypnotize anybody except maybe you and people like you who keep repeating the same drivel fed to you by the establishment GOP. Q was a series of information drops, some real, some disinformation. But Q isn’t the only place the information came from. The information was fed through a bunch of different channels like FBI Anon. They were facilitated directly by Trump since only Trump could give authorization for what was released or haven’t you noticed that the drops practically stopped once Trump stopped being president? If Q was a scam, why did Trump tease it at his… Read more »

btp
Member
Reply to  TempoNick
14 days ago

My bad. Patriots are in control.

TempoNick
TempoNick
Reply to  btp
14 days ago

So why would Eric Trump spend an hour on the top Q podcast X22Report MULTIPLE TIMES? Because Q is a fraud, right?

Keep lapping up what the establishment tells you.

Begins at 2:30
https://x22report.com/aiovg_videos/eric-trump-clay-clark-its-workingpeople-are-seeing-it2024-the-people-will-take-back-the-country/

TempoNick
TempoNick
Reply to  TempoNick
13 days ago

^^^ You downvote but you don’t have an explanation. If Q wasn’t real, Eric Trump would be distancing himself from the most popular Q podcast instead of being interviewed by it. Twice.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  TempoNick
13 days ago

You’re frightening me. This would mean the Trump train is a limited hangout, like Q.
In other words, he’s already on the enemy’s side.

TempoNick
TempoNick
Reply to  Alzaebo
13 days ago

I don’t know why that would frighten you, Q is just a communication strategy to seed a lot of truths that would be unbelievable if you hit people with them all at once. People don’t give enough credit to human instincts being able to sift through what is truth and what isn’t. That’s why Q caught on. We would never have known about pedos and Jeffrey Epstein blackmailing the power structure if it wasn’t seeded through Q first. Lots of other things that got into the public realm after being posted there first.

Salmon
Salmon
Reply to  TempoNick
13 days ago

I really struggle with what to say to people as retarded as you. I don’t know how Q boomers find this place but I’m sad you did.

My guess, knowing nothing about that podcast, is he was on it for the same reason almost anyone’s on a podcast: Clout or grift.

Q isn’t real, it’s never been real, and you should really know that considering how often you post on here.

TempoNick
TempoNick
Reply to  Salmon
13 days ago

Look in the mirror if you want to see retarded because you obviously don’t understand how communications, perception and optics works. Eric Trump wouldn’t get within 100 miles of a KNOWN Q-based podcast like X22Report if there was nothing to Q. They would run in the other direction instead of embracing it.

Tars Tarkas
Member
Reply to  btp
14 days ago

I disagree. We should mock them relentlessly. They will never fight. People who won’t fight when the consequences are fairly easy will not fight when the consequences are life and death. Those who will not fight with the pen or the courts or in propaganda will never fight with the sword. If civilization was to collapse for some reason, they will have an all new list of reasons this is not the time to fight. What we should mock them for the loudest is their pronouncements that if the law tries to take their guns away, that’s when they will… Read more »

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Tars Tarkas
14 days ago

Amen Brother my comment above echoes what you just stated…
It’s even worse than what you said though because people won’t even do what would benefit them let alone cause them to sacrifice something…

Arlen
Arlen
Reply to  Tars Tarkas
14 days ago

It’s worse than that. The mouth breathers on Freerepublic make jokes about losing their guns in boating accidents when the government comes for their guns. What they are saying is they will never fight even WHEN they come for their guns.

They will keep them hidden somewhere, which will just be a ticking time bomb for a felony conviction if any spiteful x-spouse or neighbor rats them out.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Arlen
14 days ago

Brave Sir Robin ran away/
Bravely ran away, away/
When danger reared its ugly head/
He bravely turned his tail and fled/
Yes, brave Sir Robin turned about/
And gallantly, he chickened out/
Bravely taking to his feet/
He beat a very brave retreat/
Bravest of the brave, Sir Robin.

btp
Member
Reply to  Tars Tarkas
13 days ago

I fear I haven’t made myself understood. Lemme try again. You are entirely right to say the great majority of fat Americans with ARs will never, ever, ever do anything at all. Ever. You are wrong to think that cowardice decades ago put us in the current terrible situation. People did do all the non-violent, resisting things, but they lost all the elections and lost all the court cases, and lost all the school board fights, and lost all the HR policy directives. And supporting all those losses was literally the 101st Airborne Division, with soldiers herding White kids to… Read more »

Xman
Xman
14 days ago

The lefty elites are turning on Biden the same way they turned on Johnson in 1968.The Kennedy snobs hated Johnson, they hired him simply to get gravitas on the ticket and to get the Southern rubes to vote for the rich Cape Cod Yankees. The Obama people treated Biden the same way. The young, queer, brown, female lefties in the Obama coalition hated the old white male bullshit artist, but he had been around D.C. forever and would serve as an emissary to the old white people who would have ordinarily been wary of the gay Marxist Kenyan mulatto. After… Read more »

Tired Citizen
Tired Citizen
14 days ago

Great piece.

History says these sorts of wildfires end only one way.

From your mouth to God’s ears.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Tired Citizen
14 days ago

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Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
14 days ago

So does Bill Ayers, of “Prairie Fire”.

Arshad Ali
Arshad Ali
14 days ago

“but that same herd mentality is preventing them from changing opinions on the matter.” The herd mentality may be one factor but it’s arguably not the only one and in this case probably not the main one. As you indicate, the new herd consensus agrees with what people have been thinking privately for years but were too chicken to say so out loud. Just like they’re too craven to speak up about racial disparities in crime and educational attainment. Team Biden’s argument is eesentially this: “Ignore what your lying eyes and ears are telling you.” But as in the Hans… Read more »

Jannie
Jannie
Reply to  Arshad Ali
14 days ago

Right – they want him out as an embarrassment, but the Biden family/entourage is resisting. Plus, they have no palatable alternative (Hillary? Kamala?) since Dem heavyweights like Newsom and Whitmer have ruled themselves out.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Jannie
14 days ago

The young and hungry want to signal to the Cold War mummies that their time is over, they’re being kicked off the hill, the youngers have waited long enough. Biden, like Trump, is a symbol.

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Wiffle
Wiffle
Reply to  Jannie
13 days ago

There is no way on God’s green earth the Bidens will voluntarily resign. They don’t care if they have popular approval or not. (Did they really have it the first time.)

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  Arshad Ali
14 days ago

Biden never had honor nor dignity. He was known as an intellectual midget and a serial liar from the get-go. And his hand was always digging deeper into the cookie jar than many of his fellow thieves. But the White American voter of 1970 thought he was just great – an infusion of ‘new ideas’ into the US Congress. And they kept right on voting for him. The public spectacle will not make one iota of difference. Biden is an excellent representative of his voters. It’s bread and circuses from top to bottom.

Arshad Ali
Arshad Ali
Reply to  3g4me
14 days ago

Yes, you’re quite right — he’s the very epitome of the corrupt for-hire politician. As I like to say, he has no brains, no spine, no moral compass, and no soul.

Tired Citizen
Tired Citizen
Reply to  Arshad Ali
13 days ago

You’re describing left wing voters. Retards that I not only don’t want to share a country with, but I don’t want to share the earth with them. At this point, cleansing the earth of these rotten degenerates is the only thing that would give me peace.

Wiffle
Wiffle
Reply to  3g4me
13 days ago

In my world, people don’t get choices on who vote for. The primaries select the candidates and that’s the end of it. A guy like Biden would have had a complete lock on elections for decades. Thus how oligarchies rule democracies.
He maybe be a representative  of his voters, but it’s not necessarily because even a majority of them thought he was a great idea for decades.
Part of the reason that the Cloud people love democracy is that ordinary people lay the blame for their vices/bad decisions at the feet of our fellow citizens.

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
14 days ago

I wonder how it will play out, because I see the current mess people are fighting as a sort of French or Russian revolution. Iow, the revolt isn’t against hierarchy but against democracy. Peasants want leaders again, instead of managers. Bit of a white pill, if the USSR’s example is typical. OTOH, America will never be as hierarchical as Russia, unless it ceases to be America. Americans have a tradition of self government, which would be our saving grace. The problem is, I’d bet upwards of half of the people living here (I hope that’s not optimistic), don’t have that… Read more »

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Jannie
Jannie
Reply to  Paintersforms
14 days ago

America really is unlike anywhere else. We saw that with COVID. I always thought countries like Israel and Australia were freedom-loving, but they bent the knee like everyone else, even to excess. Here, however, there was mighty skepticism from the git-go and huge anti-vax, anti-lockdown rebellion. Once you left the (Democrat-run) cities, nobody enforced mandates. And even in the Dem cities, Blacks were the most anti-vax group.

TempoNick
TempoNick
Reply to  Jannie
14 days ago

However, here in flyover country, blacks were the early adopters when it came to masks and among the last to stop wearing them.

DaBears
DaBears
Reply to  TempoNick
14 days ago

This remains true in Chicago today. About 5% of blacks I see wear the mask and mostly below their noses. Somewhat fewer are the crazed whites. And now it’s the Venezualan new arrivals.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  TempoNick
14 days ago

Not because of covid, though, but because they love being flashy, gaudy, and provocative.

And…sensitive. They are letting both you and the powers that be know that they will drop a dime on you in a flat second, if you so much as bat an eye.

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Dr. Dre
Dr. Dre
Reply to  Alzaebo
14 days ago

Yes, I’ve noticed their parading around with the larger face masks, both sexes. “Flashy, gaudy, and provocative” such great descriptive words;-) Here’s something else that fits the bill: their women use hyphenated last names to tedious excess, i. e. Ketanji Brown Jackson, Karine Jeanne-Pierre. (Sorry it’s hot and I can’t think of any others at the moment.) Also, forcing us to look at names with misplaced accents (D’equantavious,L’Queesha etc) and strange name spellings like that judge’s in Nashville who won’t release the Covenant shooter’s “Manifesto.” They want everyone to take a really long time to pay attention to them, even… Read more »

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Dr. Dre
14 days ago

And that is why totally ignoring the negro is a knife in his guts. They totally, utterly and in every other conceivable way, crave our attention.

ProZNoV
ProZNoV
14 days ago

When children hear the story about “The Emperor’s New Clothes”, they come away with the moral that boldly speaking truth to power about the obvious has a happy ending.

Adults, however, understand that speaking truth to power, even against the most blatant, ridiculous, and silly falsehoods means heavy handed punishment.

Biden is an obvious candidate for the current “emperor”, but more depressingly, it’s really America. Everyone knows it.

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  ProZNoV
14 days ago

ProZNoV: Heavy-handed punishment from the regime is to be expected. What endlessly galls me, however, is the rest of the murkans piling on the boy speaking ‘truth to power’ and screeching that he’s delusional, imagining conspiracy theories, and believing lies. They’re all on record as admiring the emperors clothes more than their neighbor does. If/when some of them finally acknowledge the truth, I’m supposed to suddenly trust that their choices and easily-swayed passions will align with mine – let alone reality? Not hardly.

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  3g4me
14 days ago

Exactly Right Sister everyone is waiting around for either the collapse or for the normies to wake up before they do anything, which in either situation you won’t be able to do anything but try and survive…Sad that no one on our side can see that…

Tired Citizen
Tired Citizen
Reply to  3g4me
14 days ago

You see it exactly how I do. The regime behavior is expected, but the sycophants who follow along are worse than pond scum. Woodchippers for all of them.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Tired Citizen
13 days ago

Woodchippers for all–how very egalitarian of you. (-;

Zaphod
Zaphod
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
13 days ago

As a firm believer in natural hierarchy and discrimination, may I humbly propose that the present aristocracy go in feet-first and their mindless robot minions go head-first?

One size does not fit all.

Captain Willard
Captain Willard
14 days ago

“In the fullness of time, we may look at this ongoing populist revolt as a genuine defense of the system by the public because they still believed in the system.” They might, but they aren’t motivated. I don’t see a Vendee’ Revolt coming in Iowa, or White Russians saddling up in Montana ready to ride or die. Is the populist revolt we see now true belief in the system, or is it longing and lamentations for the fruits of the system – good jobs, cheap consumer goods, stable communities – that have disappeared over the last 25 years? I’m not… Read more »

Xman
Xman
14 days ago

“You have to accept the results because it is the result of democracy and no one better question “our democracy” or you are worse than Hitler.” Democracy has been a farce for a century. Hitler’s party, the NSDAP, won enough seats in a democracy to form a government and to have President Hindenburg appoint him Chancellor. So we sent the Army to Europe to kill German voters. Then, after we killed so many they surrendered, the country with the First Amendment, and the president who pronounced “free speech” as one of the global Four Freedoms executed Julius Streicher at Nuremberg… Read more »

Stephen Dowling Botts, Dec'd
Stephen Dowling Botts, Dec'd
14 days ago

So which is it? We are all micro managed by the “managerial elite”, or we are all independent thinkers kept silent by fear of reprisals until the 100th monkey suddenly notices an alleged world leader soils himself publicly and voices our private doubts aloud? Is the media the rather obvious Ministry of Truth of AmSoc, or is it staffed with honest but timid Nelly Blys capable of organically changing THE MESSAGE once they reach a critical mass? Are we living in an unprecedented in History, full spectrum, cradle to grave Mind Control Matrix, or do we sometimes lapse into short… Read more »

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Stephen Dowling Botts, Dec'd
14 days ago

Regrettably, your post cuts plumb center, especially the bit about the Regime Media’s sudden spark of independence. I have always said–and I think this is the general DR position–that the media is nothing more than the propaganda organ of the Power Structure. But if that is the case, then their volte face regarding Joey Depends cannot be the result of preference confirmation. Rather, the media received the Bat Signal from Sauron and his ministers, and its condemnation of Biden demonstrates that he is now in foul odor with the Power Structure. We can’t have it both ways.

Hokkoda
Member
14 days ago

There’s more to it than just a sudden realization. Why have a debate a month or more before the conventions? Because the people who want Biden gone needed the public to see Biden unfiltered. I don’t think their plan was fully baked, and not all media outlets got the message to dump Biden, but it’s clear somebody wanted him on live TV without handlers or a T-prompter. Pitted against the people who orchestrated the TV drama are the people taking in big $$$$ from the Biden grift machine. For their part, the Biden’s are not without power. It’s hard to… Read more »

Stephen Dowling Botts, Dec'd
Stephen Dowling Botts, Dec'd
Reply to  Hokkoda
14 days ago

“Because the people who want Biden gone needed the public to see Biden unfiltered.” This assumes that the people now screeching about Biden are voicing organic opinions which they have suddenly developed after watching his “debate’, and that the Rulers calculated this would be the public’s response. But this is nonsense. Biden has been unfit since he announced his candidacy against Trump. Before the Rulers locked down YT there were dozens of videos featuring Biden pawing and groping women and small children. This was a man so feeble he ran his campaign from his basement. A man so out of… Read more »

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Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Stephen Dowling Botts, Dec'd
13 days ago

David Wright, just below: “I find it odd that there hasn’t been some major terrorist type event happen from the fringe.”

The event planners have got the election season pretty well figured out, it’s every four years. What if POTATUS were the EBT cards going down, the Cyber Polygon, the BLM, the planned terrorist event?

That is, a time bomb. An excuse. A known quantity to provide useful disruption at a predetermined time.

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Hokkoda
Member
Reply to  Stephen Dowling Botts, Dec'd
13 days ago

That’s what I mean when I say the media reporting has been uneven. The “we just noticed he’s a vegetable” act only played on some media outlets, but not others. That’s why I don’t think it’s a “preference cascade” but rather Avery Polly orchestrated attempt to create one. Where the Wizards of Smart are blind is they assume either Biden will drop out voluntarily, or, that the public won’t act on the artificial “preference cascade” TPTB initiated. The goal of this was to use a fake preference cascade to get Biden out, then replace him at the convention. what happens… Read more »

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Hokkoda
13 days ago

But what reason would they have had for believing Joey Depends would drop out? There’s not a man on the planet who more mule-headedly overestimates his own merit than him, and that’s not the sort of trait that leads to quitting.

Hokkoda
Member
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
13 days ago

Because t he at is what is “supposed” to happen. Just like Trump was “supposed” to drop out when indicted.

These people are not as smart as we give them credit for.

Mycale
Mycale
14 days ago

If they can push Biden off the ticket, then they can say that they found out, they took swift action, the system works and you can trust it. It would be an obvious lie, but they can say it, and these sorts of lies are lies they are very comfortable with (see, “most secure election in history”, “hallmarks of Russian disinformation”, “trust the science”, “why dont people understand how great Bidenomics is for them?”, etc.). The longer this goes on, though, the longer it will be a problem for the regime. There is simply no plausible deniability regarding Biden’s health… Read more »

Jannie
Jannie
Reply to  Mycale
14 days ago

It’s a disaster, and meanwhile “allies” like India thumb their noses at these clowns by palling around with Vladolf Putler himself!

Modi bear hugs Putin in Moscow, marking deep ties between Russia and India (msn.com)

World leaders have always known Biden was a fraudulent prez.

manc
manc
Reply to  Mycale
14 days ago

Yep, if Biden stays in the regime won’t be able to “fortify” the results because literally no one would believe in a Crooked Joe victory. The regime HAS to jettison his corpse.

c matt
c matt
Reply to  manc
14 days ago

Half the country didn’t believe in the last one and it didn’t seem to matter. Why should it be different this time around?

The only thing that they might be worried about is getting enough corpses to fight for isreal, or against Putin or Xi. That is a real concern.

usNthem
usNthem
13 days ago

I don’t know, I still see plenty of goobs flying the Stars and Stripes – granted they’re mostly boomer goobs, but still. If they can’t see that the US government is nothing but corrupt and evil and stands for nothing but death, destruction and degeneracy – and has for a long time, they’re freaking hopeless. The little town where we have a 2nd home had a parade – granted, it is a bit nostalgic, but I really couldn’t care less – I just don’t understand the patriotism, rah, rah, USA, USA anymore. People need to open their damn eyes.

Vizzini
Member
14 days ago

Recruitment is in a crisis because the people who used to buy the flag waving no longer wave the flags of their fathers.

Swear Allegiance to the flag

Whatever flag they offer

Never hint at what you really feel

Teach the children quietly

For some day sons and daughters

Will rise up and fight while we stood still

— Mike and the Mechanics, Silent Running (1985)

TempoNick
TempoNick
Reply to  Vizzini
12 days ago

We wave the flags of our fathers. That’s not what they’re waving now.

David Wright
Member
14 days ago

If a revolt ever comes some day how will manifest itself? A revolution at the gated ballot box? Nothing can happen there. More “insurrections” or impromptu scaffold building everywhere?

Something has to come that our overseers will fear greatly and implement change, but what? I find it odd that there hasn’t been some major terrorist type event happen from the fringe. Mass shootings of innocents doesn’t count.

Trump winning will do little.

Marko
Marko
Reply to  David Wright
14 days ago

Food and drink prices. Gas prices. Taxes and fees. It is always thus.

Nothing else matters to normie.

??what??
??what??
Reply to  David Wright
14 days ago

My bet is the collapse of the dollar.

We don’t make anything anymore, everything is held up through money printing. The world is our slave because we have the reserve currency. The collapse of the dollar would be like a nuclear war, but with the buildings still standing.

btp
Member
Reply to  David Wright
14 days ago

Naw. I think it manifests itself by a mysterious ability for the genuinely violent to operate without getting caught. Recall that the FBI really only solves crimes that a) they instigate themselves or b) when are told who did the crime. Normie’s preference cascade just means that he’s not going to pick up the phone and call the local field office to tell them about some weird guys who might be involved in that thing that’s in the news.

Me little Armalite, and so on

Maxda
Maxda
Reply to  btp
14 days ago

Bracken’s “What I Saw at the Coup”. Minus the happy ending would be my guess.

DaBears
DaBears
Reply to  David Wright
14 days ago

My “revolt” will be moving to South America. I think even the Ozarks won’t be safe territory once the implosion commences. Nor The Yoop, which is my current Plan B. For now, I see no value in planning for revolution, I would only be fighting for tbis faction or that faction. There is no common rallying point because too mamy whites are hostile to identity or complacent.

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  DaBears
14 days ago

South American culture is not the same as Spanish/European culture. Your money may insulate you (assuming you don’t have it in dollars or bitcoin) but your posterity will lose most north American genetic or cultural traits.

rasqball
rasqball
Reply to  3g4me
14 days ago

I am going to S. America for some (semi) elective surgery in the near future. This will be my second such trip.
Think about that: I have better confidence in and comfort with Peruvian Maxillofacial and cosmetic surgery (transactional, discrete, no-strings-attached) and…I live in a 95% white US town that hosts a very fine medical school and “teaching hospital.”

(Why don’t I stay for a while? Same time zone…nobody in “the office” would even need to know… 😉
!)

DaBears
DaBears
Reply to  rasqball
13 days ago

For extensive work ups, and in the future should I require a procedure, I fly to Amman, Jordan. The medical teams there are smart, investigative and welcome queries, and it costs a lot less. For medicines, my cousin in LA drives into Mexico for me and then couriers the stuff back. He was my source for vitamin i et al. during the early covidiot hysteria. I have enough resources to buy a gated vineyard/farm in Argentina’s outback complete with security and landing strip. No blacks. I have a shot at my end days being peaceful and whole circle down there.

Apex Predator
Apex Predator
Reply to  DaBears
14 days ago

So moving from a rapidly browning nation starting to resemble South America by going “to the source” and surrounding yourself with goblinas, mud people, and squat brown genetic slurry? Ok!

You’d be better off just walling yourself off here in a liberal enclave which is effectively what Spaniard descended Castizos already do there. “South America” will 100% be here in your lifetime. Why waste all the time & effort when the global south is coming to you directly? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

DaBears
DaBears
Reply to  Apex Predator
13 days ago

Argentina is white as hell and very European in culture. The farther south you travel in South America, the whiter it becomes just as historically the farther north you travel in the northern hemisphere the fewer darkly hued folks you meet (eskimoes/inuits excepted). I love Alaska but am seriously considering South America residence, otherwise, probably Alaska, which would be my preference but I’ve learned some things that may not make it optimal.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  DaBears
13 days ago

I relent. A true latifundia, then, not the hardscrabble pretenses at which I have failed. From those latifundia came the glories of Europe. South America, note, is the only continent that has stayed out of the World Wars. Argentina, Alaska, even Jordan, surprisingly, and may our gods go with you.

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Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  DaBears
13 days ago

Known territory, many allies. The Yoopers can get away by land, sea, or Canada.
For gosh sakes man, your people need experience, accomplishment, grit, and leaders…they need you.

Filthie
Filthie
Member
14 days ago

Spectacular as usual, Z. But… I’m not buying it. it’s all too fake and gay. The media mavens? All of a sudden realizing Joe can’t do the job? All, suddenly finding their courage and backbone at once – after years of covering for him? Here’s my theory: they’ve been punched in the face by reality. The jig is up. Normies and Grillers have had enough. The narrative collapsed, and even their own factions are starting to revolt. Consider this shitlib lunatic: http://eb-misfit.blogspot.com/2024/07/my-letter-to-ny-times.html “The NYT is in the bag for Trump!!!1!” 😂😂😂 There is a power vacuum on America’s left, and… Read more »

RealityRules
RealityRules
13 days ago

I just did a bunch of searches on the Democrat’s Senators and Congresszherzhis. Here is a good one: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ben_Ray_Luj%C3%A1n His statement was, “He (Biden) is not a convicted felon. He should stay in the race.” Lujan’s great contribution to GAE is he is a former blackjack dealer. The litany goes on. Hakeem Jeffries is always handled by Schumer. This thing breaks when the Black Caucus and their faction wig out when everything they wanted was just in their grasp but before it slips away more fire alarms get pulled. Ilhan Omar says she has Biden’s back and he has been… Read more »

M. Murcek
Member
14 days ago

The people who feed at the trough of the current corrupt arrangements are in “win or die” territory now…

??what??
??what??
Reply to  M. Murcek
14 days ago

You either win the game of thrones or you die. Conservatives are the naive, stupid Ned Stark who lost it all.

fakeemail
fakeemail
Reply to  ??what??
14 days ago

Ned was a damn fool. He pussied out when he had a chance to rule and look where that got him and the realm.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  M. Murcek
14 days ago

“Die” may be a bit strong, but at bare minimum, their moral authority, prestige and even formal power will take a hit.

Reziac
Reziac
14 days ago

Oh, the same people still wave the flag. They just wave it from their front porch instead of the front lines, and have scribbled “Molon Labe” across the stripes.

Note that Biden’s slack-faced appearance on Shocking Thursday was somewhat worse on his left side. This is the hallmark of a minor stroke.

Jack Boniface
Jack Boniface
Member
14 days ago

The stampede may be people en masse just refuse to vote. I’ve voted for 50 years and I’m about there.

Mycale
Mycale
Reply to  Jack Boniface
14 days ago

My choice is between a demented old man who helms a regime that hates me and wants me dead, or a cogent old man who supports ethnic replacement of my people with Indians and genocide in the Levant. Yea, I’m out.

Stephen Dowling Botts, Dec'd
Stephen Dowling Botts, Dec'd
Reply to  Jack Boniface
14 days ago

I’d happily vote if only they could find someone even older.

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Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Stephen Dowling Botts, Dec'd
14 days ago

There are rumblings that Methuselah has been spotted with a metal detector and a burlap sack along the banks of the Potomac…

Ishabaka
Ishabaka
14 days ago

They. All. Knew.

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
14 days ago

Here’s what a real preference cascade looks like, as opposed to a media/regime manufactured one:

Barcelona residents squirt travelers with water to protest overtourism (cnbc.com)

Hun
Hun
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
14 days ago

This is funny, because the same people who are offended by tourists visiting their city don’t have a problem with invaders taking over whole neighborhoods and turning them into no-go zones. Barcelona is a beautiful shithole.

Bourbon
Bourbon
Reply to  Hun
13 days ago

Hun, from yesterday: “it would be nice if Z, or Pickle Rick, described their idea of what a revolutionary right would look like. Just in theory.” I think even just POASTING THE DESCRIPTION would put ZMan in heap big trouble with W0rdPre$$. We don’t need Zman getting Ch@teau He@rtiste’d. That’s why we have Gab & Nice Crew & /pol/. On W0rdpre$$, discussions need to remain reasonably sedate & boring & largely confined to theory, NOT PRACTICE. We can talk the nuts & bolts of Practice on Gab & Nice Crew & /pol/. Or, Z could create his own server farm,… Read more »

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Bourbon
13 days ago

(er, umm, the Z has already, and one joe to another? Please cool it with the weird spelling like “W0rdpre$$” etc, it’s very offputting. The Zman reminds us to respect our readers, rather than defeat our own message. Thanks.)

Hemid
Hemid
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
14 days ago

Redirecting the public’s disgust at the invading brown hordes at “tourists” (white people) is a regime-manufactured phenomenon all over the world right now. Japan has fallen especially hard for it, because they don’t expect the media to lie to them.

If they let us see it, it’s fake.

Dr. Dre
Dr. Dre
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
14 days ago

Yes, the homies in Barcelona have had enough. Check out the photo of the two women in two-piece BATHING SUITS on BICYCLES being halted by crowds holding banners decrying the tourist invasion. I have seen the same scene (certain women in scanty bathing suits) at our summer place this past weekend. It’s kind of weird because they don’t need to “tan” and hardly any of them like or even know how to swim! Here they ride around on rental golf carts. Awful ropey hair braids down the back. Again, it’s all about “look at me” and if no one does,… Read more »

Hun
Hun
Reply to  Dr. Dre
14 days ago

Thousands of savage invaders are invading Barcelona (and millions are invading Europe), making large parts of the city unlivable, but you are worried about some women on bicycles.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Hun
13 days ago

Because they’re baiting the trap. They want the men to fight.
Still, if that’s what it takes…

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Diversity Heretic
Member
14 days ago

I wonder if something like this could happen in the case of Project Ukraine. Nigel Farage has already stated that NATO had been provoking Russia prior to the commencement of the Special Military Operation, although he still characterizes the Russian action as unjustified. It will be increasingly difficult to conceal that things are not going well for Ukraine on the battlefield, that the Russian economy is doing just fine under sanctions and that Russia and China are gaining world-wide diplomatic support for their respective positions. If there are a lot of private doubts about the justification for, and the progress… Read more »

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
Reply to  Diversity Heretic
14 days ago

The GAE can maintain most any fiction about Ukraine as long as the lines on the map don’t move too much.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Diversity Heretic
14 days ago

Yes. It would be nice to see a geopolitical preference cascade against the BFE and its global malefeasance, including the proxy war against Russia.

TomA
TomA
14 days ago

The One Way begins when the plates stop spinning and the EBT cards stop working. Hence, why not do some contingency planning? We need an antidote to the cyber sickness that currently keeps people apart in real life. So why not plan a real march on DC measured in millions of participants rather than a few hundred. And do it smarter this time. By the book and in full compliance with Constitutional rights. Long caravans starting on the West Coast and gathering size as they move east. A convergence on the Mall. Then let the Jackboots be the overt trigger… Read more »

??what??
??what??
Reply to  TomA
14 days ago

“So why not plan a real march on DC”

We are at the point where if you try to do that, your basic conservative will accuse you of being a fed.

TomA
TomA
Reply to  ??what??
14 days ago

When the numbers swell above a million, the Fed Fifth Columnists will be severely outnumbered. And if the Stasi should send in another Ray Epps to stir the pot, it would be appropriate for a few guys sized like NFL defensive linemen to get in his grill and shout HIM down this time. Don’t fall for the defeatism gambit. Winners never quit and Quitters never win.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  ??what??
13 days ago

The conservatives want the credit and the grift opportunities afterwards, so some of the rich ones need to be brought over.

Tom’s March is a golden opportunity staring MAGA in the face, shouting and calling, “To me! To me! Avengers, assemble!” This is the moment the 2As and Christians and a zillion others have waited for all their lives.

Lester
Lester
Reply to  TomA
13 days ago

What do you do when you get to DC?

streamfortyseven
streamfortyseven
13 days ago

In the UK, Farage’s Reform Party got a bit over 14% of the vote, and 5 seats in Parliament, Labour got 34% and 411 seats, the Liberal Democrats got 11% and 71 seats. Something seems a bit off, here…

Hun
Hun
14 days ago

OT: I recommend watching this interview with Viktor Orban about his recent trips to Kiev and Moscow. Orban proves that he is one of the last adult leaders in the EU, while the journalist (((Paul Ronzheimer))) can’t go past his childish “Putin bad” shtick: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7DaVBp3IUO0

orca
14 days ago

Wait til they get a load of Sailer’s badthink crimestats. Everything beyond separate water fountains will be in play.

Forever Templar
Forever Templar
13 days ago

Cuz Z was too passed out on tequila, bicycle chain ubricant and saw dust to compose a podcast – Mike of Coffee and a Mike stepped up:

https://coffeeandamike.libsyn.com/christopher-zeeman-aka-the-z-man-861

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TempoNick
TempoNick
14 days ago

I’m exactly the opposite on this one. I don’t think Professor John Gill does or can do much of anything. The president is just a figurehead at this point. The administrative state just plugs away and nobody can change its course. Extremely depressing.

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