The Democrats are now the Party of “Disintegration.”


"Conservative commentator Ben Shapiro told "Life, Liberty & Levin" in an interview airing Sunday that the ongoing unrest in the United States resembles "the French Revolution in real time without the actual physical guillotines.""

"The fact is that what we have seen over the last several weeks is the full flowering of an ideology of disintegrationism that has been running roughshod over our universities, through our media, through our major cultural institutions for years," said Shapiro, editor emeritus of The Daily Wire and author of the forthcoming book "How to Destroy America in Three Easy Steps."

'"The idea [of disintegrationism is] that America has never had any ties that bind us and that American history is a story of one group clubbing another group over the head, [and that] America's philosophy is really just sort of a pasteboard mask … covering up for hierarchies of brutal power dynamics, and that our culture of rights is really a lie," Shapiro told host Mark Levin."  FN


Shapiro and Levin are two of my favorite talking heads.  They both understand clearly that the Jacobin Marxist wing of the Democratic Party with its BLM and Antifa allies are intent on destroying and obliterating the United States of America.  They intend to replace the constitution with a different document, to replace the flag, the anthem and to erase our history in a replication of the Khmer-Rouge's murderous enactment of the philosophy of the "Year Zero."

The machine Democrats like Pelosi, Schumer,Warner, Kaine, Cuomo, etc., are rapidly losing control of their party just as the Girondists lost control of the National Assembly as history moved them along on the way to their ride in the tumbrils.  AOC says openly that her comrades should vote for Biden however ridiculous and ideologically inappropriate he is.  Joe should listen for the rumble of the wooden wheels.

But!  Do not despair!  I doubt that the Armed Forces and the Deplorables would accept the seizure of power by the Jacobin Marxists.  There may be generals and admirals who would be tempted to accept such a government but the troops …  


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41 Responses to The Democrats are now the Party of “Disintegration.”

  1. Eric Newhill says:

    The troops? Combat arms totally with the conservatives/deplorables. The rest? The new PC military is a very mixed bag from what I can tell. Just bringing up that distinction before someone quotes this or that study or anecdote that counters your assertion as to “the military’s” political leanings.
    On a related note, the loss of RBG is a blow to the Jacobins because she was one of them in their minds. She had openly stated that she preferred the constitution of South Africa, with all of its social justice/equality gobbedlyguk, to the US Constitution. They want more like her, of course; an ally in tearing up the law of land….may she Rest In Peace, etc, etc, etc.

  2. Jack says:

    I doubt that the Armed Forces and the Deplorables would accept the seizure of power by the Jacobin Marxists.

    What gives you this confidence?

  3. turcopolier says:

    Eric Newhill
    The combat arms are the only ones who count. The “woke” military? If by that you mean the generals, they are subject to a “vote” by the men and more junior officers. The troops are pretty much come for the Deplorables.

  4. eakens says:

    We need to dust off the Communist Control Act of 1954 and call it the Democratic Socialists Act of 2020, and then purge the government from the local level on up of radical elements who have taken their desire for social reforms and extended into violent protests or calls for the same.

  5. Eric Newhill says:

    I meant not just the generals, but the other 80% to 85% of troops, particularly in the Air Force and Navy (especially women and minorities), but I agree that they don’t count re; what we’re talking about.

  6. Jack says:

    There’s a “culture” war going on with the Jacobin Marxists as you label them intent on erasing our history and the foundational precepts that built this country.
    Then there is another war going on between the Party of Davos and the Deplorables of both the “right” and “left” who have been losing at an increasing pace over the past 40 years. In this war the “machine” politicians of both parties as well as Trump are aligned in a symbiotic relationship with the Party of Davos who for all intents and purposes control all levers of power. This pandemic lockdown epitomizes this war when the wealth gains of the Top 0.1% are compared to the Bottom 90%. The direct transfer of wealth from the Fed exemplifies it perfectly.
    Do you see these two wars intersecting? Or is the culture war designed to distract from the war of oligarchic total power that the Deplorables having been losing for decades?
    This Netflix documentary on Big Tech crystallizes what many have suspected.

  7. Vegetius says:

    You’re still missing the shot, Sir. Shapiro is a gatekeeper:
    “Ultimately, what a guy like Ben Shapiro tries to do is distract people from the real issues, by focusing their attention on the trivial. He starts from the premise that there is a real battle between the Left and some ideological alternative. That battle was over long before anyone reading this was born. The Right in America, for more than half a century, has simply been a modifier, a restraint, on the American Left. Shapiro’s job is to make sure otherwise sensible people never notice this. Otherwise, there will be a revolt.”
    better yet, listen:

  8. turcopolier says:

    You are banned as a defeatist coward.

  9. turcopolier says:

    You are banned as a defeatist coward.

  10. EEngineer says:

    There are 20 million veterans in the US. Most of us are armed but were not particularly political, until now. I’m in Portland Oregon. The lunatics have been “rioting” downtown for three months but it looks more like cosplay to me so far. If the flair goes up they’re going to find out there will be no shouting in the streets, they will simply be hunted like animals. Sedition is not funny. Or tolerated.
    I think that the root cause is that the norms of behavior have eroded to the point that many people seem to think that they can say or do anything. At some point the line will be crossed and they reaction will be far more than the spanking that they should have gotten decades ago.
    Decades ago when GW1 went down, my enlistment had just expired. I remember thinking: please don’t call me back up, I just got out and I just want to go to college. Now it’s more like pretty please…

  11. egl says:

    Colonel — are you predicting that if Biden is elected and Trump refuses to stand down, the combat arms will support Trump and will take control of the government?

  12. Walrus says:

    I visited a Navy ship with an “integrated’ crew. I was not impressed. I visited the sailors mess; by my take, there was a lesbians table, a straight girls table, a brown table, a gay table, etc. I did not detect any esprit de corps whatsoever. The whole atmosphere was toxic.
    Furthermore “fraternization” throughout the services (in Australia) is an open secret. it’s not good for morale.
    My take on the PC military is that the minorities will “get with the program” or be removed if units are stressed. – except perhaps with the Airforce, they are strange cats.

  13. akaPatience says:

    My partisan Democrat husband scoffs at the possibility that a radical agenda will be implemented in a Biden administration in spite of EXISTING leftist efforts that are eliminating bail, forgoing criminal prosecutions, releasing violent criminals from jails, and “re-imagining” policing — all of which have predictably resulted in spikes in crime. What more has to happen to convince people like my husband, who are essentially whistling past the graveyard, that the left is advocating ruinous policies?
    In just a few months’ time, Democrats allowed huge amounts of property, business and personal damage to take place before they stopped making excuses for the destruction, violence, and looting that’s occurred before our very eyes. The fact that they even contemplated for a moment — and waited until polling told them otherwise — that all of this chaos was an acceptable way to govern should (but apparently doesn’t) strike fear in all reasonable people. No wonder gun sales are skyrocketing. I used to think those on the Right who warned of the possibility of a new civil war were alarmist, but they were correct in their concern. The Left has gone berserk, obviously willing to forsake civil society and invite ruin in its quest for power.
    I’ve seen Shapiro on Levin’s show, resulting in brilliant discussion. Here’s an excellent short video of Ben on capitalism vs. socialism that went viral a while ago:

  14. tedrichard says:

    vegetius is wrong because he is looking through the rear view mirror not the windshield.
    yes the left has been ascendant since WW2 and has ideologically and economically run out of gas. socialism and keynesian economics are DOA. they have exhausted themselves and are imploding everywhere as i write this.
    1. central banks has reached the zero boundary for interest rates and are trapped with nothing left to stimulate their respective economies. they are out of ammo with no socialist or keynesian solution. oh, MMT is so much bullshit and will be shortlived when its tried as it goes against all human nature and how people in concert and individually act in the real world.
    2. politically the western politicians have made future monetary promises their economies can no longer cash and no central bank trickery can make it workable.
    the game is over for the socialsim ergo the hysteria and violence on the left as they or some of them anyway in subliminal memory grasp what they have believed all their lives is proving to be so much fools gold.
    in a generation or less all the flotsam and jetsam we see parading in hollywood, on the media and in the streets and political aisles will be gone, self cancelling… because they go against nature itself, darwin will prove to a merciless exterminator of the unfit.

  15. Deap says:

    Anyone missing their daily Tulsi Gabbard dose will be happy to see she still remains a force for good:
    Bill to stop vote-harvesting – ripe for fraud. Let’s see where this independent stand takes her into the bosom of her chosen political party. Can we trade Tulsi for Senator Lisa Murkowski or Susan Collins?
    Dems disintegrate, one party member at a time.

  16. A.Pols says:

    I hope you are right and that the rot hasn’t gone too far. I am apprehensive about the future, but how much of it I’ll live to see?

  17. turcopolier says:

    Surely you are not so stupid as to expect an answer.

  18. Babak makkinejad says:

    What is your credible positive economic policy recommendations?

  19. Deap,
    You’re right. Tulsi’s bill is needed even though a lot of states already have election laws against vote harvesting. North Carolina does, but it didn’t stop the state GOP from doing just that in a 2018 vote. This effort not only harvested absentee/mail in ballots, but filled them out for their GOP candidates as well. Luckily, the state discovered the criminal activity and threw the book at the culprits. Further investigation revealed this may have been going on in North Carolina since at least 2012. Yes, we must guard against his kind of voter fraud. Good on Tulsi for trying to secure mail in/absentee voting. It helps negate some of the voter suppression methods like closing voting places and limiting the number of voting machines in selected areas.
    Tulsi is a force for good. She is also a die hard progressive with many positions mirroring those espoused by Bernie and AOC. I hope, somehow, she can revive her political future.

  20. turcopolier says:

    “Where you stand depends on where you sit.” Her positions will evolve when she has entered the Republican Party.

  21. scott s. says:

    I see no political future for Tulsi in Hawaii. Of course, her father switched parties (Rep to Dem) after getting elected to the state senate, so there is that precedent in the family. But father Mike seems much more politically astute. Meanwhile her seat will be taken over by progressive Kai Kahele, who in true Hawaii fashion got into the state senate by being appointed to fill his father’s seat when he died in office.

  22. pl,
    I just checked and found Tulsi has started a PAC so he’s apparently not done with politics. He remains a progressive and continues to support progressive candidates. I don’t see her fitting into the mainstream Democratic Party, but I certainly don’t see her going Republican. That would be a complete 180 from everything she professes to stand for. Perhaps a third way.

  23. TonyL says:

    “Her positions will evolve when she has entered the Republican Party”
    Sir, that’s why I hope Tulsi will not enter the Republican Party. Currently, the GOP party representation in Congress is populated with cowards. No Republican there has the gut to say the emperor has no cloth.
    I hope she will become an independent candidate (with a small i).

  24. EEngineer says:

    @TTG Tulsi is only 39. She seems to be playing for time. She can afford to wait for the current Pelosi/Chinton/Schumer/DCCC generation to age out and disappear. They seem hell bent on “après nous le déluge”. They’re going to go all-in and will loose. Best to stay far away from the “Jim Jones” election crew. The progressives hate her for not being progressive. She has know-towed to them to keep from being banished because the Republican party in Hawaii is like the Republican party in Portland, Oregon: vestigial. The “opposition” to the mayor here, Ted Wheeler, the one who encourages the riots, is a hippie to his left. Ugh…,_Oregon_mayoral_election
    Dreaming of a job in Texas…

  25. Fred says:

    Schools and churches are voting places. They are closed in lots of democratic party controlled places, which suppressed the vote?

  26. blue peacock says:

    DER SPIEGEL: Barack Obama undoubtedly had his arrogant moments and an intellectual arrogance too. But he also had an ability to speak from the heart in his desire to overcome divisions. Look at his speech at the funeral service in Charleston in 2015, where nine members of a Black church had fallen victim to an attack while praying in church. They came to the memorial service full of rage. Obama held the eulogy and then sang “Amazing Grace” to help relieve their anger. The speech he gave was one of the greatest presidential political speeches in recent years.
    Sandel: Yes, that’s true. He was more eloquent than any other political figure in my lifetime on racial equality. I think history will look back positively on Obama and view him as an inspiring figure. When he ran for office in 2008, he inspired a kind of moral and civic idealism that we had not seen in generations. But 2008 was also the peak of the financial crisis. And on economic issues, he embraced neoliberal globalization. When it came time to reform and restructure the financial industry, he bailed out the banks without holding them accountable for their irresponsible behavior, and did little to help ordinary citizens who had lost their homes. Lingering anger at the bailout fueled a politics of protest – on the left, the Occupy movement and the candidacy of Bernie Sanders; on the right, the Tea Party movement and the election of Trump.
    From a liberal viewpoint, this interview of Michael Sandel provides an interesting perspective on the Trump phenomenon. J.D.Vance in his Hillbilly Elegy describes well the humiliation of the working class who culturally are split, with some aligned to the “right” and others to the “left”. The fact is that both the “conservative” and “liberal” political leadership across both parties have enabled and encouraged and profited from the globalist oligarchy.
    How many know that “conservative” jurist Amy Coney Barrett helped gut the Do Not Call list in the service of corporate interests? They are not originalists in the sense of giving precedence to protecting the natural rights of individuals. It seems that both liberals and conservatives in jurisprudence are happy to trade-off individual liberty for either more power to the state or corporate interests.

  27. tedrichard says:

    there are NO credible economic policy recommendations that any western government will at THIS point in time be willing to implement and see through to conclusion. all of them would involve wholesale abandonment of these politicans raison d’ etre for being.
    ergo, nothing will change until we crash and burn or they are so up against the wall that grudging changes will be implemented.
    71 years of human experience has taught me that politicans largely do not come from societies higher capable gene pool (the kinds of people that create and make a running advanced civilization possible) so hoping for a soft landing imo is a fools errand.
    western civilization has had a great run, more or less ruling the world since the 16th century, now when you look at our youth rioting incoherently expressing ideas that make no sense in how human nature actually works who will be the next generation to keep the machines running at peak capacity and invent the tools and theories to take us to the next level.
    from my seat it appears that crown has moved to eurasia where even russia graduates far more engineers every year with half our population. forget china’s numbers which are to scary to even mention.
    there is no way our civilization can remain top shelf if we expend our talents creating the garbage like facebook, instagram and twitter and call that progress

  28. turcopolier says:

    I told her she should leave the Democrats. She has no place in todays far left Democrat Party and certainly not in Hawaii. We could find a nice safe district for her to start over again. What do you people have to offer her?

  29. elaine says:

    Colonel, Please reconsider banning Jack as he’s been contributing
    to your committee for a long time & has always been respectful.
    My psych on Jack is he’s an older guy, loves the outdoors, is a solid family man & an avid reader.
    I can’t imagine Jack being willingly dumped out the tumbrils without
    a hell of a good fight. I think he was only pointing out the obstacles ahead on the road to preserving our Republic, rather than
    tossing in the white towel.

  30. turcopolier says:

    He has to ask.

  31. EEngineer and pl,
    You’re right. Tulsi is young and can afford to politically wait out the ongoing craziness in both the Democratic and Republican Parties. Who knows what will become of them in the next few years.
    In the meantime, she is very much a progressive, just not in perfect lock-step with the current Progressive darlings. Tulsi was an early supporter of the GND, but is not a co-sponsor due to her objection to the GND’s willingness to allow nuclear power as a step to 100% clean energy. She supports Medicare for All and universal guaranteed income payments. She personally participated in the Standing Rock Water Protectors protests against DAPL, and aggressively protests and legislates against the US Navy’s fuel storage at Red Hill in support of Hawaiian water rights.
    She supports many gun control measures including banning military style assault rifles and high capacity magazines, strict pre-purchase background checks and closing the gun show loophole.
    She supports DACA, the DREAM Act and immigrant rights. Wants immigration reform, but not open borders. She also supports women’s rights including the right to abortion. That litmus test is enough to ban her from the Republican Party.
    She is fervently and consistently anti-war. She supports talking with NK, Obama’s Iranian nuclear deal, and getting out of all wars with the notable exception of crushing the jihadis. She sees no distinction between IS die-hard jihadis and the so-called moderate rebels. she supported legislation to keep US arms out of all their hands and calls for ending all assistance to the Saudi’s war in Yemen. She is against the trade war with China and Trump’s confrontational stance toward China.
    Tulsi embodies the spirit of Aloha and Ohana and is clearly capable of forging and following her own path. I can grok that. Perhaps it’s because of my time with the pig hunters and pakalolo growers in the Ko’olau Mountains and the paniolos of Maui. I wish her well and hope she eventually emerges as a national leader.

  32. turcopolier says:

    Where you stand depends on where you sit. She will be much happier with us.

  33. Deap says:

    I didn’t see myself as a Trump supporter until 2017 – Inauguration Day in fact. Now I can’t see myself as anything else. I was worried he would become a Schwarzenegger RINO. I am not afraid any longer.
    Tulsi may become, as I was, finally repelled by what the Democrat Party has become. She has been mugged by the Democrats, so she does need some deep soul searching to see if she is still a good fit in this party or not.

  34. optimax says:

    Trump recognizes the destructive influence of Cultural Marxism (he doesn’t actually call it that)and critical race theory. Conservative politicians have ignored the take over of our educational system for the last 50 to 60 years. Now there are enough brainwashed youth and middle-age radicals to believe they have the power to over throw the system and build their imaginary utopia. Trump is brave enough to to counter the threat head on. A portion of his speech.

  35. Leith says:

    Tulsi has publicly called Trump “unfit to serve”. No way will she flip and join the GOP unless sometime in the future they return to their long forgotten moderate roots and rid the party of Trumpists.
    Or she may go independent, or with the Greens. I’d support her. Or if Biden wins he may offer her a job in his administration.

  36. PRC90 says:

    Marxist rule ? That would suggest a Dem White House and Dem Senate.
    I suggest that the first physical opposition to enforcement of Khmer-Dem ‘progressive’ legislation at State level would involve regional or rural law enforcement siding with the disaffected and very deplorable local citizenry in specific areas.
    And, solid Republican States may in entirety cease to allow Federal enforcement of anything produced by a Marxist US Government.
    This would be a series of events based around the rural /urban and Red State / Blue State divides, and not at the point of origin in DC.
    After that ? A protracted stalemate not involving the US military in any form; their inevitable wargaming ex’s would have stopped with some nightmarish outcomes.

  37. turcopolier says:

    Nah! Politicians are endlessly malleable and willing to kiss and make up.

  38. Leith says:

    Some are, some are not. It will be interesting to see what Tulsi will do in the future. I wish her well. The big question in my mind is will Kamala Harris decide to kiss and make up after the shellacking Tulsi gave her in the primary debates. Same question for Samantha Power and the R2P crowd of the Democratic party who gutted Tulsi politically after she visited Syria.
    Her PAC is reportedly giving campaign donations to progressive Democrats. In the 2018 election she gave PAC donations to House Democrats – and also to Beto O’Rourke and Kyrsten Sinema during their run for the Senate in Texas and Arizona. Plus she has given to other PACs and nonprofits associated with pro-choice causes.

  39. turcopolier says:

    Nah! They are all like that.

  40. PRC90 says:

    I would put good money on Tulsi eventually being a two-term POTUS. Eventually.
    The short term path ? Any degree of Democrat success in November, including retaining the House, would feed a reward mechanism for their behavior over the last four years, leaving them with a choice of various paths of destruction down which they would eagerly hurl themselves with great fervor. A loss would promote a justifiable internal campaign of vengeful cannibalism.
    A new party, or parties, of the Left would be likely outcomes.
    One cannot blame Tulsi for sitting back, well clear, and making use of time. Perhaps she is familiar with Kipling’s poem ‘If’.

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