If this goes on the Dems will win it all – poor them.


Just now it looks like the Democrats and their temporarily friendly allied hordes of marxo-anarchists are on a path to win the presidency and both houses of congress in November.

This is a remarkable reversal in the political world since the period immediately before the arrival of the CODIV-19 hysteria with its opportunity for epidemiologists to "be all they could be."  In that long ago era, the US economy was going from strength to strength.  Trump's statements about that lost economy are hyperbolic as usual but correct in their essence.  His re-election seemed assured by that economy and the failure of the Democrats to bring him down intra-term.  God knows they tried!  

Now Trump is seriously down in all the polls, possibly because the citizenry has come to think that he really is a weak man who is unable to understand that the pathetic mobs could be easily cowed into quietude by a significant use of force against them.  Rather than do that, he dithers and seems to embrace the State Department battle cry "Don't shoot! Don't shoot! They'll kill us all!"  The ghost of Kent State is widely invoked in Republican circles as "proof" of the fatal political results of the use of force.  IMO Senator Cotton is right.

The Democrats have embraced the COVID-19 panic inspired house arrest of the country.  It should be obvious to the casual observer that they are doing everything they can to hold down the economy and maintain a high level of misery until they win in November.  The general public panic is being successfully promoted in spite of the low death rates from the disease in the general public.  The agreement of the triumvirs; Cuomo, Murphy and Lamont to close the NY city region to "foreign" travelers from threatening COVID-19 infected areas is an obvious signal that a depressed economy MUST BE MAINTAINED at  all cost (until November)

The wave of anarcho-marxist guerrilla agitprop attacks serves the purposes of the Democratic Party very well.  It reveals Trump to be a timid man.  His base does not like that.   And truth be told the long existing Democrat local governments of the main sites of anti-US street action are in sympathy with many of the goals of the insurgents.  Seattle, Minneapolis, Washington, DC (as a city under Home Rule), Atlanta, Los Angeles, New York City, New Jersey, Connecticut, Richmond, etc.  The pattern is clear.

The Democrat pols calculate that they can ride the tigers (virus and revolutionary mobs) ravaging the country and then regain control after they win it all.  IMO they are mistaken in that belief.

If they win, the revolutionary tiger will continue to rage and will devour them just as later waves of Jacobins devoured people like Danton and Robespierre in the French Revolution.

And by then the economy will be such a shambles that the people will inevitably turn against the Dems in despair over their poverty and joblessness.  pl

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53 Responses to If this goes on the Dems will win it all – poor them.

  1. Fred says:

    “The wave of anarcho-marxist guerrilla agitprop attacks serves the purposes of the Democratic Party very well.”
    Trump has Kushner and the appeasers whispering in his ear too. Wray had 15 agents immediately on the scene to ‘investigate’ the agitprop noose @ Nascar, convenently at a team owned by a company with Governor Cuomo on the Board of Directors. Can’t he or his staff see through this b.s.? Does he think he or his family won’t be purged faster than opponents of Sulla or Crassus should this coup succeed?

  2. Philo Beddoh says:

    Don’t worry, the delusions, delirium & dementia associated with COVID-19’s Proimflammatory Cytokine phase seem to go away, once your bag is loaded into the reefer truck? DNC~ LLC is trying so hard to re-elect their perfect candidate, as John, Debbie and Robby did in 2016, if it starts raining hydrogen bombs on Halloween, they’ll figure out some damn way to LOSE, yet again?

  3. TV says:

    “And by then the economy will be such a shambles that the people will inevitably turn against the Dems in despair over their poverty and joblessness.”
    Which the people will richly deserve for electing Biden and the America-hating Democrat-media party.
    Ask any random 50 people, 100 people, whatever:
    Who is the Vice President and who is Kim Kardashian?

  4. Deap says:

    Trump 2020: Promises Kept
    The moment Nancy Pelosi tore up Trump’s State of the Union address was the precipitous turning point for this Nation. Her imagery was searing.
    Four years of siege and bubble existence for any US President takes the edge off their natural vigor. Trump needs a retreat time to regroup and cancel his Twitter account. I wish him an epiphany. I wish us an epiphany.
    The Nation simply cannot afford what can happen to it if the Democrats tack back control. You do not want to live in their America.

  5. blue peacock says:

    “The wave of anarcho-marxist guerrilla agitprop attacks serves the purposes of the Democratic Party very well. It reveals Trump to be a timid man. His base does not like that.”
    Col. Lang,
    In my opinion while Trump attempts to portray a tough guy image his character weakness was on display in his response to the attack on his presidency by the Democrats along with their media and more importantly the federal law enforcement & intelligence apparatus.
    All he did was cry on Twitter. He never used the inherent power of his office to declassify it all as Devin Nunes who uncovered the plot implored him to, which at that time would have been a bombshell. The criminal conspiracy that Sidney Powell notes would have been exposed. It would have derailed Russia Collusion and would have had the rats on the run. Now, any indictments by Durham will be spun as politicization of DOJ with the media narrative on impeaching Barr.
    His nominees Rosenstein & Wray obstructed justice. Rosenstein furthered the insurance policy by appointing Mueller. Wray is still there hiding it all.
    His pandemic response has also been weak. He gave the Democratic governors space to run the economy into the ground. In reading comments from several of his supporters on social media many aren’t sure why he didn’t organize the mass testing of everyone and focus quarantine on only those infected.
    IMO, his biggest character weakness is that he behaves like a toddler where it is easy to get under his skin. He appears to be mainly focused on personal slights. It appears he feels defeated and has no initiative anymore. He’s still got time to get the mojo going however. Folks only really start paying attention to the election after Labor Day. It’s time for him to bring back Bannon to run his campaign & messaging and jettison Jared & Ivanka.

  6. JohnH says:

    When Republicans screw up badly enough, Democrats win. But the electorate soon realizes that Democrats have no more intention of addressing what ails we, the people than Republicans…and so they soon bring back the genuine article, the real billionaire party, not the party that claims to address real problems, but can never find the wherewithal to do anything.
    Much as they claim to hate what Trump did, Democrats will do nothing to reverse any of it. Biden will be one of the weakest Presidents in US history, a corrupt and sclerotic empty suit who has no agenda but to preside and survive.

  7. BillWade says:

    I was wondering who the “useful idiots” would be, the Dems or the Antifa/BLM alliance. I think the Col has confirmed this now. A tweet came out of Florida’s Dept of Professional Regulation this morning, “bars are no longer able to sell alcohol”. This statement was not from our Governor – he is going to speak to us at 2PM though. I’ve already heard from 3 bar owners, 2 of them are going to stay open in defiance, they literally have no choice, it’s either that or close for good due to finances.

  8. BillWade says:

    Now I’m hearing the ATF is in my town going around to bars and telling them how to space out seating. Is our governor now a non-person like Trump?

  9. Deap says:

    The Nation needs contextual and constitutional teaching moments; not sound bite combativeness. Trump Team is up to this. Just do it. Starting now.
    Who are we as a Nation. The past few months have been a living civics class. Except the instructor has not shown up. Start with the assumption entire new generations never even got the message and the older generation took the lessons for granted; but now sorely need a refresher course.

  10. Bill H says:

    The memory of the American voting public is short. The news cycle is 24 hours; no more. What is happening now will be irrelevant by November. What I am saying is it is too early for Republicans to fire. They cannot yet see the whites of the Democrats’ eyes. Or of the voters’ eyes. My metaphor is becoming a little wobbly, but…
    There is a reason for the infamous “October surprise” and for why it wins elections. I can see that right now Republicans are collating YouTube videos and come October will unleash a horde of, “this is what will happen if Democrats are put in control” ads with those videos.

  11. J says:

    You’re forgetting the growing seething anger of the silent majority and the deplorables.
    This is like a tsunami that will hit the Dems an their anarchy so hard they won’t know what hit them.
    I wouldn’t rush judgement to call a win for the Dems this far out.

  12. walrus says:

    Col. Lang, I am afraid you are correct about what is going to happen and I believe similar things will happen here, in Britain, Canada and Western Europe.
    We have had at least a thirty year build up what I would call “ universal silliness” in our societies. It emanated first from universities in the form of “deconstruction” – Derrida et al. There is no more “great books” there is just “text” – a Disney cartoon is held to have the same content as Shakespeare.
    The casualty is truth and after that came loss of accountability on personal, business, Government and whole of society levels. That has led to wholesale plunder of all forms of wealth and the glorification of pure evil. “Greed is good?” No it isn’t.
    Yesterday I heard on prime time on our national broadcaster in Australia, a segment about which reality TV shows were worth watching. A national broadcaster -THE national broadcaster, talking about airhead BS? What ever happened to the roles of informing and educating? We have economies composed of dog grooming salons, personal trainers, tattoo parlours and feng shui consultants presided over by crooked politicians and public servants who raise corruption to an art form unhampered by biased judges. All this while we crucify men for having the temerity to try and enjoy the charms of the opposite sex.
    What ever happened to trust? What happened to the imperatives of food, clothing, shelter, education, frugality, saving and a good job? We prosecute people like General Flynn and glorify low life scum like George Floyd. What next? A reality TV show about the porn industry?
    Bring on the great depression. Sweet are the uses of adversity.

  13. EEngineer says:

    Biden is up in the polls because most of the pollsters have a left bias. Even if they didn’t, most of the social media platforms do, which will skew the results of any data taken using them. I have a feeling that Trump is “pulling the chair” on them like a parent that lets a child that holds it’s breath pass out instead of relenting. The economy will be destroyed (has been actually, it’s baked into the cake now). The real contest is for the blame. The democrats could actually be in the process of committing suicide by spite.

  14. akaPatience says:

    I agree with a lot of what you’ve said, except I have reservations about employing “significant use of force” against the mobsters. Why bail out feckless leftist pols if they refuse to request or outright forbid federal assistance? Why stop leftist locals from digging themselves deeper holes? The fact that there’s a class action lawsuit filed by residents and businesses in the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone against the City of Seattle signals to me that even a far leftist neighborhood like that has its limits. I doubt if the lawsuit will prevail, but it’s a very interesting development.
    I may be wrong but I have to believe that Antifa, BLM, et al, while admittedly succeeding in cowing the Usual Suspects among corporate and political “leaders”, are nevertheless alienating a majority of voters. What “normal” people are going to bother to speak out, much less stand up, against violent, bullying mobs? We’ll instead express ourselves anonymously at the ballot box in November.
    I AM concerned however about the corrupt practice of “ballot harvesting” among absentee voters, but as far as recent polling goes, I simply do not trust polls either commissioned by any of the MSM or by academe. It won’t be too long before the only poll that counts occurs and we’ll know for sure if our country rejects the far left or capitulates to it.

  15. Theymustbemorons says:

    Apre lui, le deluge?

  16. Barbara Ann says:

    A bleak but realistic outlook. Even though the polls this time round may be even less reliable than last time, it does not currently seem likely that lightning can strike twice in the same place. I’ll not be laying any bets until I hear Tyler’s opinion – informed by his rigorously scientific polling method of talking to people and counting yard signs.
    Whoever wins this election will have much to contend with and whatever the result, it is unlikely to be cathartic for the underlying strains wracking society. Quite likely the reverse is true.
    In the revolutionary awokening, the Dems have brought forth and fed a ravenous beast. This big cat does not discriminate – “Catfood Democrats” could easily take on new meaning if the Woke Terror really gets going. One wonders; do they smile their work to see?

  17. Jack says:

    I agree with you that the Democrats could win it all. They have a high probability of winning the Senate in any case as the GOP is defending 23 seats vs 12 for the Democrats and they only need a net gain of 4.
    It will be an interesting fall season when the election heats up and people begin to focus. The Democrats plan is clear. Use the virus to hide Biden in the basement, not have any debates or do it virtually, and have the media spin the narrative of chaos and an ineffective Trump administration. The Republicans on the other hand don’t have a coherent message yet and they’re not all behind Trump. Enough people may just be worn down with the constant battle and give it all to Dems.
    The congressional primary in NC is instructive where a 24 year old defeated the Republican candidate backed by Trump and the party establishment. He ran on a law & order platform.
    The question is who will emerge as the next leader of the Deplorables. That group is still not going to have their concerns addressed as the Democrats will return to the neocon and neoliberal status quo.

  18. turcopolier says:

    Fourth and Long
    Union Army headquarters was in what is now the Trade Negotiator’s building on 16th St across from the OEOB.

  19. turcopolier says:

    Philo Beddoh
    trump is better than the coming of the “Woke Terror.” Your thing is unadulterated Democrat agitprop. I am unlikely to post more such bullshit.

  20. BillWade says:

    Apparently our Florida governor Ron DeSantis did not know that his Dept of Prof Regulation shut our bars down this early morning. He was asked about it this afternoon and feigned ignorance, I wonder what will happen now.

  21. Bill P says:

    ‘the people will inevitably turn against the Dems in despair…”
    They may not be given the opportunity – the democrats will use uncontrolled immigration, vote fraud & whatever else they can think of to elect the new people.
    “If we have power, we’ll never give it up again unless we’re carried out of our offices as corpses…”
    –Joseph Goebbels

  22. 505thPIR says:

    Here is the cookbook for today’s left-right culture wars, or at least an approximation of the left. Erie resonance today of the assertions made in this man’s lecture several decades ago. I think it really supports many of the assertions made by the committee of correspondence these past months and years.

  23. J says:

    Hear the silence, this particular silence is deafening. It’s the silence regarding Seattle’s Vladimir Lenin’s statue. Nary a peep from the anarchists ANTIFA or their Marxist buddies the BLM. The ANTIFA/BLM want statues in the U.S. pulled down, what would their answer be if they were questioned about pulling down the Lenin statute.

  24. Aurelius says:

    Glad you mentioned the French Revolution. The analogy will be sneered at by many, but it is accurate. At each stage of the French Revolution (and there were several), one group/party/class thought they could control another and manipulate it for their own political ends. Every time they miscalculated and ended up losing control of their “partners”. And then the Revolution raged on in ever more extreme directions. Fortunately, I see no Robespierre in their ranks as yet (cold, calculating, ruthless, austere, lawyerly, driven, and sincere in his ideology.) So far all I see is an impassioned population spurred on by opportunistic and inconstant politicians. But then again, this is how it always starts…

  25. Kilo 4/11 says:

    ‘The Democrat pols calculate that they can ride the tigers (virus and revolutionary mobs) ravaging the country and then regain control after they win it all. IMO they are mistaken in that belief.
    If they win, the revolutionary tiger will continue to rage and will devour them just as later waves of Jacobins devoured people like Danton and Robespierre in the French Revolution.”
    That is devoutly to be desired, yet I fear the beast may be bought off with more stimulus checks, then to turn on the deplorables with redoubled fury. We provide them more targets and we are not as well protected.

  26. turcopolier says:

    The Deplorables are more than capable of protecting themselves when sufficiently annoyed and the their brothers in the security forces will not fight them.

  27. turcopolier says:

    I find it amusing that half baked academics still try to outwit me on the blog so that I will accept their view of things other than mine own. I also get silly people especially women who try the same things off the blog. I am speaking to a large audience that does not include you. Good luck.

  28. No one should count Trump out. A lot could happen between now and 3 November. If nothing else, the voter suppression campaign may go into overdrive. We’ve seen a rehearsal in the recent primaries with a drastic reduction in polling sites, especially in Democratic precincts. Trump could hasten a collapse in postal services, even if only temporary, to suppress the mail in vote. I doubt he or any of his rich cronies give a rat’s ass whether the USPS exists or not. He now controls the DOJ to the point where he can stifle any investigation or potential prosecution for any of these activities. His true believers will enthusiastically cheer any of these activities.
    If Pops Biden does win, he better hope he also gets the Senate and the House for at least two years. 2021 is going to be a rough year, far rougher than Obama’s first year.

  29. Kilo 4/11 says:

    @ Fourth and Long
    Have some more to drink!
    There is so much to love about that song!
    What a prescient and wise piece of advice he gave about sending those people back south in 1928; if only.

  30. Deap says:

    Scrutinize your local school board elections. It all starts at the bottom; blame does not belong exclusively at the top.
    The hands that rock the cradle, rule the world. Which is why teacher union Democrats demand “universal pre-K and universal child care. Give me the boy, and I will mold the man.
    Pay attention to your school boards. Teachers union members form a huge voting block in every community. For every office.

  31. AK says:

    “The Deplorables are more than capable of protecting themselves when sufficiently annoyed and the their brothers in the security forces will not fight them.” My optimistic moments lead me to believe this assessment to be correct. It’s one of the rare sources of optimism I allow myself these days.
    I’ve often wondered what role the rank and file fighting forces in the United States military would play in such domestic upheaval as seems immanent. I remember Col. Lang presenting some data a while back indicating that the forward combat forces in the US military are made up overwhelmingly of people from the South and Mountain states, in other words Deplorable country.
    I also recall in 2016 at some point, Tyler made an observation to someone contending that the military would somehow carry out the purges that a despotic Dem/HRC administration would attempt on the Deplorables. His take was along the lines of “do you really think that military/LEOs will fight their own families?” Of course, his actual line had much more lyrical flourish.
    On another note, about six months ago I was listening to a Joe Rogan podcast featuring a retired SEAL operator. As they were discussing the domestic political scene and ANTIFA’s presence in it, the retired SEAL casually remarked, “I can tell you this, a lot of my brothers and I are kind of waiting to see how this all pans out, but we’re all pretty much itchin’ and ready to jump back in the game when time comes.” My main question is how would a resistance of the Deplorables coalesce into something organized and effective? Around whom could it coalesce?

  32. Jack says:

    Something shifted this month. Donald Trump’s hold on history loosened, and may be breaking. In some new way his limitations are being seen and acknowledged, and at a moment when people are worried about the continuance of their country and their own ability to continue within it. He hasn’t been equal to the multiple crises. Good news or bad, he rarely makes any situation better. And everyone kind of knows.

    Peggy Noonan is an astute observer. She is echoing Col. Lang, that Trump voters want to see firm leadership to bring stability from the mobs. They also want to see resolute leadership on the pandemic. A strong sense that the hysteria created by the media narrative is being countered with real action to prevent the prolongation of the lockdown. Many people want to return to normal with confidence that the pandemic is under control.
    blue peacock is on to something. Trump needs Bannon quick.

  33. Mathias Alexander says:

    Or, the object of this color revolution is to unseat Trump as the Republican candidate. The Dems are in on it. The allied hordes of marxo-anarchists arebeing manipulate for this purpose with a view to getting Trump to over react and provide a pretext. He has figured this out and is staying schtum. In any case authority lies with the states in these things.
    Maybe the pre-covid boom was a stock market boom only which has been decoupled from the real economy.
    Its a mystery why anyone would expect anything better from the Dems.

  34. jonst says:

    If History is repeating itself, and I think there is a reasonable, anyway, chance it is, then Biden (weak centerist, at best) has to play his role. It went from the King, to the Girondins, the moderates, and THEN to Jacobins. In Russia, from the Czar to the Mensheviks, social democrats, and THEN to the Bolsheviks. So it has to go to Biden next. And then we will see what we will see.
    Its too big a bite to directly to the radicals. They need a weak centrist party to bring down.

  35. turcopolier says:

    Yes. The Democrats can perform the bridging role that the Mensheviks did.

  36. turcopolier says:

    Mathias Alexander
    Ah, A true conspiracist. And who are the puppet-masters?

  37. Bobo says:

    Our Democratic brethren are not completely stupid as they know they have a better hand in kicking Donald around for another four years versus electing a sick old man who will not be able to do more than two years and who will have to turn it over to whoever Clyburn picks as the VP. Let them riot in the streets and cower in their homes as that will insure they vote for the one with a strong hand not old Joe who has been living off the dole for 50 plus years.
    The real fight is in the Senate.

  38. Babak makkinejad says:

    The Monarchical France was never a decentralized state like the contemporary United States with its Federal Structure.
    For Revolution in the United States, requires, in my opinion, the collapse of legitimate authority in both Federal as well as state levels.
    In my opinion, those conditions are not going to obtain in the United States.

  39. Fred says:

    “especially in Democratic precincts.”
    The Democrats in office did that themselves, a point you leave out.
    “He now controls the DOJ…”
    How DARE HE be the head of the executive branch and direct the conduct of all of its components.
    All those state and city shutdown orders using Covid19 as an excuse – as we have been seeing them used to punish the middle class – would of course have no effect on voting in person. The latest news of a 20% fraud rate in a vote by mail election in NJ is in no way emblamatic of corruption in other municipalities. Not at all…..

  40. Babak makkinejad says:

    In the Russian Empire, two Revolutions occurred. But the material cause of both was the collapse of Legitimate Imperial Authority under the duress of 3 years of bloodletting with failure to win.
    That does not obtain in the United States.
    In my opinion, this elimination of Legitimate Authority, however corrupt, incompetent, venal, and inefficient it might have been, often times leads to civil war.
    It happened when Safavid rule was destroyed, when Napoleon destroyed its analogue in Spain (at which time all of Spanish America plunged inot civil war), and when Romanov’s legitimacy could no longer be sustained.
    Not so yet in the United States.
    However, what Trump has demonstrated is that, legalistically speaking, the United States Federal government is the President of the United States, that is: he is the state: “L’etat c’est moi!”
    The famous adage of Louis 14, recently given a new guise under the theory of Unitary Executive.

  41. Polish Janitor says:

    Col. Lang,
    I have the same feeling about all of this. I tend to believe that nothing of such scale and magnitude happens by random and under normal circumstances. The big objective is to force Trump out of power by any means necessary and in the past few weeks it has become so apparent that even the trinagle of gold, god, and guns (i.e. the economy, the religious Right, and the military) that were once supportive of Trump are withdrawing their confidence from him step by step.
    The modern Republican Party polity formed under the leadership of Reagan too are working tirelessly to make sure Trump is not going to dominate the G.O.P, the example: John Bolton, The Lincoln Project, The Right Pac, NeverTrumpers, etc… Newt Gingrich too is very skeptical of Trump 2020 re-election chances. Several congressional seats for example in Arizona, Michigan, Texas and Kentucky are also in jeopardy since the leadership is so weak nowadays that even the idea of a Trump endorsement may backfire and lead to a Democrat win.
    I believe the powers that be want trump out so bad that they would bring a 3rd party independent candidate, much like when they brought Evan McMullin from Utah late in 2016 to cut some of Trump’s votes and to ensure a Biden victory. My guess is:
    1. Nikki Haley (she had a big council for national policy in late 2018 soon after leaving the UN post)
    2. Will Hurd R-Tx. (a CIA guy, chose not to seek re-election in 2020 and there is big profile of him by the NYT in 2019 that portrays him a promising next rising star of GOP)
    3. John James (running a senatorial bid in MI, was endorsed by Bolton a while back, he’s like an African American version of Tom Cotton and very interventionist in F.P.)
    4. General Mattis (the unifier, the next Icke?!)
    5. Tom Cotton (as the most hawkish guy in all of congress and is already showing his willingness to take on China, plus huge war chest and donor network)
    6. Justin Amash (splitting the GOP and taking in a big chunk of the independent vote)
    So is the Trump ship sinking?

  42. Harry says:

    Im not sure Col. I think the Dem cabal are ruthless sons o’bitches, and will very happily kill lots of their fellow Americans.

  43. Fred,
    The last election in Georgia was supervised by the Republican Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger. Democratic precincts (largely black) had few poling places, few working voting machines and long lines. The Republican precincts had working machines and no lines. Even Raffensperger had to admit there was a problem since it got such wide publicity. Similar problems existed in the 2018 elections when Brian Kemp was the Secretary of State overseeing the election… his own election.
    That 20% figure in NJ was for invalidated mail-in ballots, not necessarily fraud. Those ballots were not counted at all. OTOH, a North Carolina election in 2018 had to be redone after a Republican operative was convicted of real fraud in connection with enough absentee ballots to invalidate the election.

  44. J says:

    Victor Davis Hanson has an interesting article
    2020 Election Will Be a Contest of the Angry

  45. Terence Gore says:

    ““The United States Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia will not stand idly by and allow our national monuments to be vandalized and destroyed. This Office remains steadfast in its commitment to protect the sacred First Amendment right of individuals to peacefully protest, but these charges should serve as a warning to those who choose to desecrate the statues and monuments that adorn our nation’s capital: your violent behavior and criminal conduct will not be tolerated,” said Acting U.S. Attorney Michael R. Sherwin.”

  46. Vegetius says:

    Unless and until Republicans explicitly voice support of white people as such, they should receive no support from us. If they cannot speak our name aloud, they are worse than useless, and should be discarded.

  47. jerseycityjoan says:

    “I can tell you this, a lot of my brothers and I are kind of waiting to see how this all pans out, but we’re all pretty much itchin’ and ready to jump back in the game when time comes.”
    The Seals game is not supposed to take place in the US and I hope it never does. I do not know what you mean by resistance of the Deplorables.
    I think the average and below average people in the US have many legitimate complaints. The problem is to get them to forget about their differences and focus on what unites them and to find leadership. They have so much more power, working together, than they or the elites realize.

  48. fanto says:

    thanks for the link, I listened to the talk, and the full hour was very enjoyable. Most of the observations from that Soviet times are ´mutatis mutandis´ applicable to todays political situation. But this time it is not Russian subversion, but the revolutionary “egalité ,liberté, fraternité, ” at work, and it is driven by the ´hidden hand´ – and i don’t know who’s hand it is anymore.

  49. turcopolier says:

    Very foolish to think the Legions can be endlessly provoked even unto the destruction of the character of the country they fought for. Very foolish.

  50. jerseycityjoan says:

    Well now you are opening the door to a big issue.
    What do the Legions think about America, what will they think about America in another generation? Will they be willing to offer themselves to defend us for more money they can make at McDonald’s and a pension but still often less than a first year teacher or policeman?
    I would say that like many things some diversity is fine but that too much is not. As long term Americans disagree with each other, after 40 years of mass migration, if we continue to have mass migration, what kind of place will we be in another 20 years? The over 60 crowd of mostly white people is providing a stabilizing — and Republican — influence that will be gone in 20 years.
    I think most men volunteer for combat for far more than a paycheck. If you don’t satisfy their spirits they will not do it. What about America will satisfy the combat and special forces pool in 2030, 2040 or 2050? I honestly cannot say today.

  51. HARRY C says:

    World Government. The culmination of the long trend towards collectivization, consolidation.
    Schools, hospitals, phones, Amazon, media, & government.
    Works as well for corporates as for commies. Pyramidal archetype.
    Dissenters will be sent to grub turnips if they’re lucky, as per Mao. That is the goal.
    We westerns would be outvoted what 10 to 1?
    For western conservatives double that.
    As capital “de-paternalises”, workers will swing left. With capital owning everything look for USSA after Civil War 2. Chinese marching in, 4 abreast, “forever”. A new “reconstruction”.
    By the time regular folks start talking it’s at least 20 years too
    late to do anything as power is already entrenched. Vs Soros, Gates, Zuckerberg et al? Academia? The Long March.
    Alex Jones says it’s time to circle the wagons. LOL
    Need to add “Knocking Down Statues” as a permanent thread on sidebar, for those in need of long lasting threads. For those who are pooped-out on current events, we just scan articles or titles. Some of my favorite science/ history blogs have threads 10+ years old. More meat. More time.
    How about “Lassie, Barbie, Rambo, & Soft Power”. We still have it. People don’t cross 100s miles of desert to get INTO China. The whole facemask phenomenon is looking to me like a Chinese meme that says “comply”. The best they can do. I prefer Pam Anderson.
    “Problems & The Solutions That Cause Them”. Endless.
    C19 disaster for starts.
    No moderation, let’er rip. A point approval system weeds out spam & abuse. Yea I know $$$.
    Posted by: HARRY C |

  52. HARRY C says:

    Dems will be devoured by their corporate
    love affair. The true nemesis in the background is World Government.
    With World (Consolidated) Reserve Bank.
    WG will have the capacity to gobble up both parties.
    Add above previous comment. It got deleted somehow.

  53. Fred says:

    “Democratic precincts (largely black) had few poling places, few working voting machines and long lines. ”
    The state offered all the equipment to the City of Atlanta, which administered the election locally. The city, and other municipalities, decided to close precints, the state did not do that. Do not understand the state is not administering every district or just not bother to read Raffensperger’s detailed account?
    “That 20% figure in NJ was for invalidated mail-in ballots” but “not necessarily” fraud? Please.

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