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我希望美国公众现在就知道,我们不会被吓倒。 美国爱国者受够了从地方到政府最高层的腐败。 我们要夺回这个国家。 我们不会被吓倒。 我们现在要收拾这个烂摊子。 特朗普总统以压倒性优势获胜。 我们将证明这一点。 我们将为投票支持自由的人们夺回美利坚合众国。 — 19 年 2020 月 XNUMX 日,华盛顿特区,西德尼·鲍威尔

悉尼·鲍威尔 正在成为那些发出警告的人中的关键人物,即美国正在丧失其作为一个受法治约束的民主国家的主张。 和鲁道夫朱利安尼一样,鲍威尔一直是联邦检察官。 与朱利安尼不同,鲍威尔已经把一件事说得很清楚。 在解决 2020 年美国大选仍未解决的结果时,她不会区分共和党和民主党的成员。 “我的意图,”鲍威尔资产,“一直是揭露我能找到的所有欺诈行为,让筹码落到他们可能的地方——无论是共和党人还是民主党人。”

事实证明,鲍威尔以无党派的方式了解 2020 年选举中实际发生的事情的真相具有传染性。 越来越多的人出现在公开示威活动中,呼吁人们注意这次选举的欺诈行为,从而促进对选举进行真正调查的必要性。 两党派 自然。 那些寻求调查而不是胜利的人希望看到法医专家对这场选举失败的证据形态进行真正的考古挖掘,而不管有利于共和党人或民主党人的对抗性旋转。

鲍威尔承诺在诉讼被操纵的 2020 年大选时追求无党派的高路,这很可能在唐纳德·特朗普总统的个人法律团队内部造成分裂。 朱利安尼的策略指向一个方向,鲍威尔的策略指向另一个方向。 在我看来,无论谁在 20 年 2021 月 XNUMX 日就职日之后居住在白宫,鲍威尔都可能会继续她的案子。

正如任何有责任心和有意识的观察者都可以轻易看出的那样,今年总统竞选的主要元素暴露了一场被操纵的选举的清晰轮廓,展示了各种各样的作弊技巧。 明显的违规行为始于 4 月 XNUMX 日凌晨,此前特朗普总统在白宫发表讲话,强调了他在很大程度上报告的领先优势,尤其是在宾夕法尼亚、乔治亚、密歇根和威斯康星等重要摇摆州。 内华达州和亚利桑那州的投票结果随后将进入有争议的司法管辖区类别。

当被操纵的选举曝光时,对选民造成欺诈的证据就是针对人和原则的严重滥用的证据。 促成或允许选举舞弊的真正罪行可以追溯到政府背叛许多神圣的信托。 公民的投票行为,是公民权利和义务的最终体现。 操纵选举的努力侵犯了忠实公民的尊严、利益和宪法权利,他们被剥夺了履行民主义务的机会。

人们会记得选举之夜后醒来,新闻报道称民主党总统候选人在本应停止计票的深夜不知何故超前。 从凌晨 4 点 30 分左右开始,许多选票中心开始出现奇怪的事件。 反常的事态发展使选举进程陷入了混乱和混乱的状态,这种状态仍在继续。 例如,在密歇根州和威斯康星州,大量选票奇迹般地出现了,全都投给了乔·拜登。 正如肖恩戴维斯在推特上所说,

因此,当每个人都睡着了,每个人都回家后,密歇根州的民主党人神奇地找到了 138,339 张选票,而所有 138,339 张“选票”都神奇地投给了拜登。 这看起来一点也不可疑。

掷硬币 138 次、339 次并连续出现 138,339 次反面的几率是多少? 威斯康星州早上 6 点左右发生了类似的全拜登“投票”转储。 这些和其他州的拜登投票结果图垂直向上形成所谓的投票峰值。 这些峰值的合法性,尤其是在乔治亚州、密歇根州和威斯康星州,已经成为很多人关注的话题 审查和怀疑的解释.

所发生的事情的整体模式开始被拼凑起来。 被操纵的计算机投票机似乎没有被操纵得足够好,无法抵消选举日正常投票导致的唐纳德·特朗普的巨大选票激增。 当投票系统关闭时,似乎是为了打破特朗普大胜的轨迹。 当这个过程在 4 月 XNUMX 日凌晨神秘地重新启动时,引入并部署了新的作弊技术来“回填”拜登的选举赤字。

在选举后几天,特朗普的领先优势被取消的一些县,统计数据显示,选票数量超过选民人数的 350%。 选民统计中出现了另一个异常情况,即随着时间的推移,候选人失去选票的速度与拜登获得选票的速度相同。

当然,各类邮寄选票的法律地位越来越不确定。 这种不确定性尤其适用于 3 月 XNUMX 日之后在宾夕法尼亚州和威斯康星州等某些州提交的选票,这些州的宪法严格禁止通过行政命令甚至立法来改变选举规则。

自 27 月 XNUMX 日宾夕法尼亚州联邦法院法官帕特里夏·A·麦卡洛 (Patricia A. McCullough) 作出历史性裁决以来,这一争论变得更加激烈。 麦卡洛法官针对宾夕法尼亚州选举惨败的裁决提出了法律解释和程序的模板,随着这场选举危机的继续发展,该模板很可能会激增。

麦卡洛法官认定宾夕法尼亚州州长、国务卿以及立法议会议员在制定涉及邮寄选票的新规则时未能遵守宾夕法尼亚州宪法。 她感到惊愕的部分原因是宾夕法尼亚州的政府官员未能遵守美国最高法院法官塞缪尔·阿利托 (Samuel Alito) 的法庭命令。 选举日过后不久,Alito 法官命令宾夕法尼亚州官员将 8 月 3 日晚上 XNUMX 点之后收到的邮寄选票分开。

在这场有争议的选举中出现的一个主要争议类别涉及国家官员的自由裁量权,如果有的话,可以偏离既定规则和程序,以适应大量邮寄选票。 许多证据表明各种形式的邮寄选票欺诈。 在许多情况下,这些选票来源的证据是不存在的,或者证据已违反法律规定被移走和销毁。

一些人认为,新规则错误地覆盖州宪法中的选举法的问题可能会成为美国最高法院的一个关键问题。 它的一名成员已经介入了宾夕法尼亚州的诉讼程序,这表明阿利托法官可能已经确定了可能的测试案例的基础。

阿利托法官对宾夕法尼亚州官员的监督之后,到目前为止,麦卡洛法官在地方一级做出了两项裁决。 联邦制的州和国家层面的这一连串司法活动暗示了这件事可能会走向何方。

麦卡洛法官的裁决是一个程序的一部分,其中包括提出一项决议,要求“[宾夕法尼亚州]联邦部长和州长撤回或撤销总统选举人的认证,并推迟其他地区的选举结果认证。 2020 年大选的全州选举竞赛投票结果。” 动员的宾夕法尼亚州立法者去了 进一步,“敦促美国国会宣布本联邦总统选举人的选择存在争议。”

在宾夕法尼亚州,政府发出了 1.8 万张邮寄选票,并且有 2.5 万张选票重新进入选举过程,这一情况出现了异常情况。 解释是什么? 鉴于麦卡洛法官和阿利托法官裁决的性质,选举日后提交的整套 2.5 万张选票的状态悬而未决。 类似的问题出现在 700,000 张假定选票的状态上,这标志着发出的选票和收到的选票之间的差异。

随着有关这场被操纵的选举的合法性受损的争议不断增加,媒体集团和互联网垄断者对这场仍未解决的总统竞选的全面失实陈述引发了许多问题。 他们集体不愿进行诚实和公平的报道,这再次表明媒体黑手党目前在大规模欺骗美国人,成为选举舞弊的主要同谋。

在他们在 3 月 3 日之前的竞选期间的整体失实陈述以及他们未能向公众解释 XNUMX 月 XNUMX 日之后不断展开的选举丑闻期间,大多数新闻机构似乎认为他们永远不会为他们破坏记者道德的行为负责。 他们认为他们可以帮助解决选举篡改的历史性事件,而无需为他们深深同谋的罪行承担法律责任。

在 2020 年期间,垄断和控制互联网内容的推动成为不当操纵选举的一个因素,也是对我们权利和自由的镇压程度的一个指标。 现在,镇压似乎延伸到剥夺我们在诚实选举中计票的权利。 对公开讨论和辩论的攻击始于对 COVID-19 的公式化恐惧的强加统一。 稳定流的一致性 造谣 在这个话题的许多方面,这相当于以科学的名义对科学进行无情的攻击。

这种对自由新闻和开放互联网残余的攻击继续进行,无情地促进疫苗赎回,以及对疫苗的政治影响的油嘴滑舌的驳斥。 地狱的笔记本电脑 连同相关证据。 其效果是审查和淡化对一些人所说的拜登犯罪家族的揭露。 其结果是关闭了关于民主党和中国共产党是否在导致这次受污染的美国大选前进行不当合谋的合法选举辩论。

最近,与大型媒体一起进行了协调一致的审查制度,并继续放大了对发明的“总统选举办公室”的放大覆盖范围。 当涉及到快速出现的选举舞弊证据时,这个假办公室的假新闻账户中嵌入的欺骗行为伴随着新闻报道的失败。 MSM 将这一主题边缘化的努力是对当今重大问题的一种微不足道的转移,这反映了一种激进的尝试,即扩大不加掩饰的反汇编者在报告中的真实性和准确性的权力。

投票机被操纵作弊

Sidney Powell 案件的核心是指控 2020 年选举中使用的许多计算机化选举设备被操纵为明确设计用于许多不同种类的作弊的机制。 许多选举机器由总部位于加拿大的 Dominion 投票系统公司及其总部位于英国的 Smartmatic 合作伙伴提供。

25 月 XNUMX 日,Sidney Powell 在美国佐治亚州亚特兰大地区法院提起诉讼 争论 “有无可辩驳的物理证据表明,投票机和软件的物理安全标准被违反,机器连接到互联网违反了州和联邦法律的专业标准。”

包含在她的 104 页中 服从 是她要求一打补救措施吗

包括禁止该州认证结果显示拜登赢得 12,000 张选票的禁令被发送到选举团,对签名进行匹配的审计,扣押选举机器,以及从计票设置中获取视频监控录像带。

用她自己的话来说,Sidney Powell 的法律策略包括“炸毁乔治亚州”的策略,这种策略突出了两个重要的共和党人的双重交易。

佐治亚州州长布赖恩·坎普和国务卿布拉德·拉芬斯伯格都是共和党人,他们的行动使自己成为了西德尼·鲍威尔的检控目标。 这两个人在决定花费 100 亿美元匆忙将带有 Smartmatic 软件的投票机带入乔治亚州自治领的决定中发挥了重要作用。

作为调查员 报道 2020 年初,在德克萨斯州,Dominion 投票机的硬件和软件装载了可用于操纵选举的设备和容量。

鲍威尔很快就将 Dominion 及其企业合作伙伴 Smartmatic 的一些根源置于美国情报机构领导的一项行动中,该行动的目标包括在外国操纵选举。 在 鲍威尔的估计,这个由 CIA 指导的计划,代号为 Hammer and Scorecard,很可能是在设计 Dominion 系统时借鉴的。

Dominion/Smartmatic 公司和美国情报机构综合体已经酝酿了很长时间。 自从 2002 年制定《帮助美国投票法》以来,计算机投票一直是美国大选中的一个重要因素。 这一发展导致美国选举被许多严重指控蒙上阴影,这些指控认为被操纵的计算机已成为决定选举结果的工具。

正如约瑟夫斯大林所称的那样 有说, “那些投票的人什么都做不了。 计票的人决定一切。”

投票机公司及其相关专利随着品牌名称的许多变化而从一家公司转移到另一家公司。 在计算机投票的早期,红杉投票机激增。 投票业务的其他公司包括 Diebold、Hart Intercivic 和 Election Systems and Software。 与谷歌和 Facebook 等互联网垄断者的待遇不同,司法部通过执行反垄断立法来规范选举业务。

然而,DOJ 对投票机的监管在所有权问题上停止了。 这些机器在美国大选中的运行几乎是免费的。 布拉德·弗里德曼 评论 早在 2010 年,就有

几乎无法确保公民监督自己的选举的准确性或能力在无法观察、容易操纵、经常失败的电子投票系统上运行,这些系统使用私人公司制造的秘密软件来计算我们的公开选举中的选票。

随着 2020 年最后几天的临近,人们和机构所承受的创伤越来越多,未能解决美国选举完整性这一明显不足的问题现在已经爆发。 西德尼·鲍威尔(Sidney Powell)在很大程度上强调了这样一个事实,即 Dominion 和 Smartmatic 系统作为选举进程的一部分具有重要的起源,该进程是在 XNUMX 世纪初期的雨果·查韦斯(Hugo Chavez)担任委内瑞拉最高领导人期间发展起来的。 我的理解是,查韦斯很受穷人的欢迎,但很受富人的反感。

查韦斯的导师之一是菲德尔·卡斯特罗(Fidel Castro)。 古巴革命是在游击战和军事掌权的基础上建立的,但查韦斯政府以及委内瑞拉的尼古拉斯·马杜罗政府一直依赖并且继续依赖选举的结果。 这些选举是诚实进行的,还是委内瑞拉选举像当前的美国选举一样腐败和不诚实?

希德尼·鲍威尔(Sidney Powell)倾向于将其对委内瑞拉的共产主义制度等同于对Dominion和Smartmatic操纵选举制度的对抗。 两家公司都与委内瑞拉的创始人保持联系,至少西德尼·鲍威尔(Sidney Powell)认为,两家公司都受到其社会主义治理制度起源的影响。

鲍威尔提出了一个案例,即2020年美国大选包括古巴和中国共产主义政权的有目的干预。 考虑到特朗普政治平台的核心内容,鲍威尔关于所谓的干预美国选举中共(CCP)的不成熟论点尤其令人担忧。 特朗普的主要政治目标之一是恢复美国的制造能力,这一能力大部分出口到中国,并拥有数百万个体面的工作。

从中出现的启示 地狱的笔记本电脑 连同其他相关来源的严重证据表明,乔·拜登可能确实违反了刑法,同时损害了美国的国家安全 相对于 中国。 通过他儿子亨特的阴谋诡计,乔·拜登可能确实让自己在经济和政治上妥协了。 通过与中国共产党国际行动中不可或缺的实体进行不适当的商业交易,他可能确实因此损害了美国的国家安全。

这种看法在特朗普所谓的“可悲”运动的一个重要方面尤其强烈。 这个选区的许多信号主要来自于强硬的媒体大师史蒂夫班农。 通过班农与郭文贵的关系,郭文贵是中国共产党的一个富有、浮夸且极具争议的中国敌人,班农在中国境内外开辟了一批中国持不同政见者,他们寻求美国帮助推翻中共主席习近平的毛派政府.

美国和中国政府之间日益增长的敌意表现在许多方面,包括日益激烈的军事、经济和宣传斗争,这些斗争深刻地触及了这场欺诈猖獗的美国大选中存在争议的问题。 毫无疑问,中国共产党更愿意看到拜登在民粹主义选民中获胜,这些选民投票支持唐纳德·特朗普继续担任总统职位的人数可能很大,而且可能非常重要。 我认为现阶段没有理由排除中国政府干预美国大选以帮助乔·拜登成为总统的可能性。

包括其总统候选人在内的民主党官员没有提供任何证据来反驳有证据支持的关于乔·拜登与中国政府关系的丑闻性质的指控。 难道是美国统治阶级如此倾向于通过剥削中国大量技术工人获得的金融财富来出卖美国,以至于拜登参与掠夺战利品似乎很正常吗?

到目前为止,联邦调查的失败可能是因为美国情报机构与这一悬而未决且仍在酝酿中的国家安全丑闻密切相关。 这些情报机构及其在主流媒体场所的中央情报局指导的合作伙伴已经将他们作为同谋的命运混合在一起,以寻求尽可能多地让美国公民处于黑暗之中。 这种欺骗和掩饰文化的目的是让普通美国人不了解他们的真实情况,这样他们在选举中投票时就不太可能推进自己的利益。 但是,如果 2020 年选举的进行要成为可怕的新常态,那么在选举中投票意味着什么?

美国司法部和联邦调查局官员明显未能调查这种民主党与中国共产党勾结的可能性,这可能确实源于美国情报机构明显的党派偏见,有利于奥巴马、克林顿和拜登所代表的利益。 作为将成为特朗普总统首席国家安全顾问的爱国美国人迈克尔弗林将军的首席律师,西德尼鲍威尔对特朗普政府的无情攻击拥有很多内幕知识。 鲍威尔明确表示,在她的理解中,联邦调查局密谋“诱捕”弗林,这一过程充斥着联邦调查局的犯罪活动。 为诱捕弗林将军而部署的战术为即将到来的猛攻设定了非常低的门槛。

的问题 外来干扰 在美国选举中,诚信也引起人们对总部位于英国的 SGO Smartmatic 投票系统的关注。 在英国伦敦,Dominion/Smartmatic 选举操纵综合体的委内瑞拉创始人安东尼奥·穆吉卡 (Antonio Mugica) 坐镇于此。 SGO Smartmatic 的现任主席是 Mark Malloch-Brown 勋爵。 作为世界银行前副总裁,马洛赫-布朗一直是乔治·索罗斯的开放社会基金会及其量子基金的董事会成员。 Smartmatic的美国主席是彼得·尼芬格(Peter Neffenger),据报道是欺诈性的“总统选举”乔·拜登(Joe Biden)所谓的“过渡团队”的一部分。

将帝国统治的策略应用于美国心脏地带的可悲之处

有报道称,中央情报局保管了一台 Dominion 投票系统服务器,该服务器保存在美国一个秘密地点 德国法兰克福. 该设施显然还与一家名为 Scytl 的西班牙投票系统公司有关。 在美国大选后不久,据报道,美国欧洲司令部的一个单位已经拿起服务器,其中可能包含或不包含有关 2020 年选举中的投票操纵的任何信息。 Powell 不确定“好人还是坏人”目前是否在控制服务器。

Dominion 投票系统总部位于加拿大多伦多。 Dominion 公司与一个名为 Tides Foundation 的 George Soros 非政府组织共享办公空间。 索罗斯在这场选举舞弊中的角色表明美国正在进行一场颜色革命。 这种现象完全符合将帝国统治强加于外国人民的政府最终沦为他们在建立和维持帝国时所采用的镇压技术的牺牲品的倾向。 一次又一次的镇压策略 帝国统治 最终在国内应用。

“颜色革命”一词是指乔治·索罗斯支持的美国领导的政权更迭,在 1991 年苏联解体前曾是苏联一部分的几个共和国发生了政权更迭。乔治在这些政府转型中扮演的角色索罗斯始终保持在美国政府政策和战略的范围之内。 在奥巴马-拜登担任总统期间,这种定向帮助使索罗斯成为希拉里·克林顿 (Hillary Clinton) 国务院项目的重要合作者和资助者。

索罗斯以其自 2013 年成立以来一直赞助 Black Lives Matter 活动的历史而闻名。Black Lives Matter 的活动在 2020 年夏天成为特色,当时城市抗议活动使 BLM 处于主导地位,经常涉及骚乱,包括大量焚烧和抢劫。 这种导致暴力场面的和平抗议循环尤其发生在民主党控制的城市中心,如明尼阿波利斯、西雅图、纽约和芝加哥。 索罗斯的钱在这些事件中发挥了重要作用,包括他资助州检察官候选人,在骚乱最严重的时候,他们的职责是宽大处理那些被控犯下暴力罪行的人。

标准铁乔治·索罗斯支持的颜色革命的主要情报机构战略家之一,是民主党过渡诚信项目的负责人。 无论司法和/或立法对 2020 年选举实际结果的评估结果如何,整个 TIP 的政权更迭专家都打算为民主党强行夺回白宫。

西德尼·鲍威尔 (S​​idney Powell) 在对美国治国之道中前所未有的危机采取更加无党派的方法时,正试图在当前选举舞弊的更广泛影响下引入更深层次的文本。 关于美国选举过程中充斥着腐败的指控并不新鲜。 然而,鲍威尔似乎能够给予这个问题应有的重视。 正如她所希望的那样,非正式的美国帝国最有害的方面正在汇聚于一场外国支持的内部政变,旨在使美国人民服从一种新形式的法西斯威权主义。 2020 年威权主义猖獗的一个主要标志是媒体阴谋压制被认为与某些官方政策和叙述不一致的信息和解释的传播。

鲍威尔女士在呼吁人们注意在仍未解决的 2020 年选举中广泛使用的各种作弊手段时,她提供了详细的法律证词,说明选民欺诈长期以来是如何出现的,这说明美国政治文化日益贫困. 在美国,普遍的不诚实状况变得如此明显,以至于许多民选职位更有可能是买来的而不是挣来的。

根据鲍威尔女士的说法,美国选举制度沦为作弊和虚假陈述的狂欢是一个更大过程的一部分,该过程正在为政府高层的生活注入一种特别有毒的无法无天的烙印。 在财富和权力金字塔的顶端,肆无忌惮的政治粗俗几乎完全包含了任何类似法治的东西的生存能力。

鲍威尔女士在关于 2020 年被颠覆的选举的演讲中经常抱怨这样一个事实,即美国司法部和联邦调查局还没有进行大规模的刑事调查,最终对那些可能犯有联邦重罪的人提出指控。 在这场被操纵的选举中最容易受到联邦指控的人是自治领投票系统的官员,其中最著名的是埃里克·库默(Eric Coomer)。 库默被曝光为民主党反法西斯抗议者的朋友和顾问。

Antifa 抗议者与 Black Lives Matter 密切合作,参与了近几个月在美国城市猖獗的骚乱和雕像破坏活动。 作为 Dominion 投票系统的官员,库默公开向他的 Antifa 同事吹嘘说,他亲自采取了防止唐纳德·特朗普赢得 2020 年大选的手段。

自治领官员 可疑地关闭了他们在多伦多和丹佛的办公室,然后随着人们对他们看似犯罪行为的质疑不断增加而从视线中消失。

的飞行 自治领官员 远离审查和问责制在宾夕法尼亚州尤为显着。 自治领官员未能出席,因为他们承诺接受宾夕法尼亚州立法机构成员发起的调查程序。

COVID-19 作为试图通过违宪骗局操纵选举的借口

越来越多的证据表明,乔·拜登(Joe Biden)本人在视频中断言自己的选举团队是完全正确的,“我们已经组建了我认为美国政治史上最广泛、最具包容性的选民欺诈组织。”

Sidney Powell、Rudolf Giuliani、Jenna Ellis 和 L. Lin Wood 在试图揭露乔·拜登(Joe Biden)用他自己的话描述为美国政治史上最广泛、最具包容性的选民欺诈组织的律师中是杰出的。 在这个法律队列中同样突出的是 Phill Kline。 作为堪萨斯州的前总检察长,克莱恩正在开发一个适用于许多竞选地点的案例。

克莱恩准备向法院提出的具体主题与这次特定选举中采用的计票程序的前所未有的性质有关。 对既定的选票收集和计票程序的修改主要是由民主党的代理人以响应 COVID 考虑的名义进行的。

许多旨在防止选举舞弊的标准选举规则在宾夕法尼亚州法官帕特里夏·麦卡洛(Patricia McCullough)最近谴责为违宪违法的程序中被放宽或完全删除。 布雷特·雷德梅恩-蒂特利 (Brett Redmayne-Titley) 在评论 2020 年选举中似乎部署了对“神话般的冠状病毒”的恐惧时, 评论,“一种纯粹的政治冠状病毒利用被称为 Covid-19 的病毒产生了巨大的影响,即任命而不是选举乔·拜登总统。”

COVID考虑被用作理由 马克扎克伯格和他的妻子 向用于实施歧视性选举做法的党派贿赂基金捐款 400,000,000 亿美元。 该基金用于将 2020 年选举的投票收集和计票程序私有化,这极大地有利于民主党在大城市地区进行选票操纵。

对 COVID 预防措施的愤世嫉俗和有目的的利用仍然是一种重要的策略,用于帮助掩盖 2020 年被操纵的投票。在这种情况下以及在其他类似情况下,所谓的新型冠状病毒通常只会为推进一系列政治目标提供理性与公共卫生考虑相关。

利用 COVID-19 进行空前形式的选举欺诈的政党与在强制佩戴口罩、封锁、社会疏远、疫苗、人体芯片和免疫护照方面投入最多的美国政党,这仅仅是巧合吗? 推动民主党盖茨驱动的 COVID-19 议程的大型媒体和大型科技场所与压制有关拜登犯罪家族的揭露的场所相同,这仅仅是巧合吗? 在仍未解决的 2020 年投票中,这些相同的媒体垄断企业已经开始降级、贬低或完全忽视有关选举舞弊泛滥的大量披露,这仅仅是巧合吗?

领导大媒体和大科技集团的人都与那些试图推翻美国现有法律秩序的人完全一致,这仅仅是巧合吗? 这种一致性的一个主要指标是大量媒体机构之间的报道一致性,这些媒体机构假装他们拥有集体决定这次总统选举获胜者的权力。 Facebook 的马克·扎克伯格 (Mark Zukberberg) 在推动这一不正当议程的许多不同元素方面获得了如此突出的地位,该怎么说呢?

扎克伯格担任互联网出版商 审查故事 这表明唐纳德·特朗普在 2020 年大选中获胜。或者,扎克伯格在 Facebook 上宣传了一些故事,这些故事对乔·拜登/卡马拉·哈里斯的候选资格提出了积极的看法。

此外,扎克伯格资助的活动违反了宪法原则,即所有选民和所有选票都应得到平等对待,这一原则在最高法院 2000 年的裁决中确立了这一原则。 布什与戈尔. 这种待遇平等的需要与用于在选举功能清单中对民主党积极分子进行教育的计划的本质相悖,这些选举职能包括计票员、投票监督员、投票法官和计票区歧视行为的执法者。

表征这一过程的一个主要模式是用扎克伯格的钱对数十名民主党党派人士进行培训,他们在执行欺诈条件方面发挥了许多作用。 这种篡改选举的私有化系统包括实施不适当的恐吓,以防止共和党监督员近距离目睹许多邮寄选票从载有信息的信封中取出的最重要时刻。 这种纵容形式可以被描述为对邮寄选票的欺诈处理,这是在这场仍未解决的选举中操纵选举的主要依据。

在费城和底特律等地,阻止共和党监督员目睹从信封中取出选票的努力是民主党作弊的众多表现之一,这些表现贯穿于对选举过程的历史性亵渎。 正如鲍威尔女士所承认的那样,一些共和党候选人可能加入了欺诈行为,付钱成为部分由自治领投票系统促成的作弊行为的受益者。

由极其富有和联系紧密的人组成的政府

精英们对美国举办合理公平选举的能力的破坏正在剥夺普通美国人基于被统治者真正同意的体面治理。 这些人有充分的理由怀疑他们被一个被破坏的系统所欺骗,他们的投票被误导以中和或否定他们自己的选举选择。

因此,欺诈对正派的胜利在这个日益失败的国家继续扩张。 普通公民不断受到公共和私营部门腐败官员的虐待、敲诈和欺骗。 这种对公众信任的背叛在媒体公司中尤为猖獗,其董事明确表示他们绝对没有承诺在他们的出版物和广播中讲真话。

这些官员以及有组织犯罪领域的各种豪客经常被免于对其违规行为负责。 大多数执法机构高度政治化的领导层经常保护和帮助而不是禁止和惩罚那些被认为凌驾于法律之上的人的非法行为。

这种对法治的背叛会再次盛行吗? 即使最近的选举舞弊案件的广泛和前所未有的程度继续曝光,主要嫌疑人是否会继续受到联邦重罪指控的保护? 为什么执行旨在防止选举舞弊的法律的责任应该落在西德尼鲍威尔这样的人而不是执法机构身上?

正如鲍威尔向世界宣布的那样,这些现已公开名誉扫地的机构的许多高级官员似乎已成为大型犯罪卡特尔的党派盟友。 这 有组织犯罪 这些卡特尔承诺通过民主党、联邦调查局、ADL、开放社会基金会、贝莱德和纽约联邦储备银行等机构运作?

正如西德尼鲍威尔的证词所暗示的那样,美国正在成为一个暴政。 管理权力的杠杆是由极其富有和关系密切的人使用的,并且主要是为这些人使用的。 尤其是自 9/11 以来,美国宪法基本上已被先发制人。 “我们人民”的概念只不过是一个怀旧的提醒,提醒人们在急于为亿万富翁提供大量权力的过程中早已被抛在脑后的好主意。

事实证明,向比尔·盖茨、乔治·索罗斯、马克·扎克伯格或杰夫·贝佐斯等人授予巨大权力是灾难性的。 超级富豪的忠诚主要是金钱而非国籍,主要是政治庇护的成果,而不是爱国主义的骄傲。 所谓的“可悲者”——许多属于被贬低且经常失业的工人阶级——在哪里适合这种自上而下的镇压、剥削、剥夺权力和欺骗的计划?

正如承诺的那样,鲍威尔在 19 年 19 月 2020 日的华盛顿新闻发布会上发布了万众瞩目的“海妖”。“海妖”是挪威语,指能够倾覆船只的巨大海怪。 在这种情况下,遭受海妖袭击的船只是美国的国船。 当我在 2020 月下旬写这篇文章时,还有两位总统候选人。 两人仍然声称赢得了 XNUMX 年美国最高职位的竞争。

许多人将释放海妖的法学家视为不受欢迎的消息的好战使者。 其他人则认为鲍威尔女士是一位非常有原则的法律倡导者和证人,如果犯错的美国有任何赎回的机会,她的爆炸性证词需要进行真正的听证。

正如鲍威尔女士在弗林将军的法律代理中所建议的那样,这位常驻德克萨斯州的律师被认为有能力在军事法庭担任法律代理。 这样的法庭可能会在迫在眉睫的宪法危机中发挥作用,这种危机可能会延伸到对叛国罪指控的裁决。 对这种危机的预期可能是恢复 射击队 作为处决重罪犯的法律手段。

19 月 28 日,Sidney Powell 解释了 Dominion 投票系统如何使用算法将大量选票从特朗普转向拜登。 在美国 XNUMX 个州使用的 Dominion 投票机系统的一部分未正确连接到互联网。 有各种形式的后门和其他数字开口允许美国境内外的运营商自行决定更改投票计数。 鲍威尔女士继续解释说,尽管对结果进行了数字篡改,但特朗普的胜利幅度如此之大,以至于导致 Dominion 系统及其 Smartmatic 扩展自动关闭。

随着这次选举结果的不确定性继续增加,乔·拜登获得的合法选票比报道的少得多,而唐纳德·特朗普获得的合法选票比报道的多得多的可能性也在增加。 这种理解为纽约市前警察局长伯纳德·克里克的调查工作注入了活力。

Kerlik 在与前纽约市市长 Rudy Giuliani 的合作中预测,最终会出现“唐纳德·特朗普以数百万票的优势赢得了报道的内容”。 唐纳德特朗普赢得了“总统历史上最大的滑坡”。 Kerlik 估计,特朗普的实际合法投票数约为 80,000,000。

2018 年 2018 月,唐纳德·特朗普 (Donald Trump) 发布了一项行政命令,“关于在外国干涉美国选举的情况下实施某些制裁”。 该命令可以被视为对那些试图破坏唐纳德特朗普的声誉和总统职位的人的回应,他们错误地将他描述为违反国家安全的人,意图听从俄罗斯政府的干预。 45 年的行政命令呼吁国家情报总监与他的同事协商,对可能的外国干涉进行调查。 调查应在美国大选后 XNUMX 天内进行。

列出的标准中有一项规定,禁止“任何针对选举基础设施的外国干预, [that] 严重影响该基础设施的安全性或完整性、选票制表或选举结果的及时传输”。 这一措辞似乎与西德尼鲍威尔关于外国通过提供据称由委内瑞拉共产党特工操纵的计算机化投票机进行干预的指控相吻合。 该命令的介绍还指“未经授权访问选举和竞选基础设施或秘密分发宣传和虚假信息”。

在她的演讲中,鲍威尔将古巴和“可能”中国加入了她怀疑干预美国大选的外国和共产主义政体的名单。 由于她意识到民主党提出了类似的指控,即俄罗斯政府干预了唐纳德·特朗普在 2015 年赢得的美国大选,她对发生此类违规行为的愤慨似乎得到了加强。

在唐纳德特朗普的第一个任期内,民主党及其在美国政府官僚机构内外的支持者圈子的指控仍在继续。 对特朗普政府进行诽谤、陷害和定罪的计划从未停止过。 这一议程在联邦调查局的协助下得以推进,联邦调查局的领导层继续谎称特朗普是弗拉基米尔·普京恶意操纵的工具。

不屈不挠 民主党的关注点 “俄罗斯的虚假信息”持续到 2020 年的选举季节。例如,众议院国土安全委员会主席亚当·希夫(Adam Schiff)通过欺诈性地声称亨特·拜登(Hunter Biden)的 地狱的笔记本电脑 是由俄罗斯特工创造和种植的。

希夫和鲍威尔的观点都没有承认一个明显的事实,即外国干涉美国国内政治(包括选举)的主要来源来自以色列政府以及一些有影响力的美国犹太人,他们的主要政治依附是他们对以色列最大利益的看法。

以色列和犹太人对美国政治(包括美国选举)施加影响的主要机构数量众多、资金充足、组织良好且涉及面广。 Walt 和 Mearshimer 在他们多次讨论的文章中研究了这一机构综合体的影响力以及为其工作和支持他们的人员 , 以色列游说团与美国外交政策. Walt 和 Mearshimer 非常注重解释美国以色列公共事务委员会 AIPAC 的深远而广泛的政治影响。 他们还对 ADL 给予了相当大的关注。

与 AIPAC 一样,B'nai B'rith 反诽谤联盟是共同构成以色列游说团的众多多方面组织中的核心机构。 ADL 的活动扩展到与各级执法机构、媒体以及硅谷的主要推动者和震动者密切结合。

在 2020 年期间,拥有 ADL 犹太势力堡垒的硅谷一直是那些企图控制互联网内容,尤其是其主要搜索引擎 Google 的重要运营平台。

这种对控制互联网内容的关注是努力克服和破坏美国宪法第一修正案保护的一个基本方面。 在这次总统竞选中,ADL 参与了对宪法保护言论自由的紧密协调的攻击,可以被视为以色列干预美国大选的一部分。

以色列对包括选举在内的美国政治的外国影响远远超出了美国任何其他国家或企业游说团体的作用。 例如,委内瑞拉、古巴、俄罗斯、加拿大或英国对这次美国大选的影响与以色列的影响不相上下。 几十年来,美国的政治进程已经构建,因此每次美国总统选举都是共和党和民主党倡导美国和以色列政府之间密切友好融合的竞争。

在需要就美以关系进行激烈辩论时,特朗普和拜登之间没有任何真正的竞争是理所当然的。 以色列对美国选举的外国干预已经制度化到看起来很正常的程度。 外国干预的一个方面使某些重要话题不受限制,因为媒体卡特尔将资源用于宣传犹太复国主义宣传,而不是建立受宪法保护的言论自由,包括敏感话题。

两个政党都有一个两党原则,即必须对所有高级职位候选人进行审查,以取消其平台包含对以色列的重大批评的任何竞争者的资格。 一般而言,任何对被剥夺和受迫害的巴勒斯坦人的正义原则的重大承诺都被视为取消其获得高级职位的资格的基础。 反对在总统政治中诚实讨论以色列-巴勒斯坦关系的这一禁忌的力量相当于外国干预美国选举的兴奋剂。

这些天来,反对表达甚至暗示旨在减轻受迫害的巴勒斯坦人苦难的同情支持的长期禁忌已被改造成无情的职业毁灭法特瓦。 那些在强调巴勒斯坦人遭受的痛苦和持续迫害时拒绝自我审查的人经常被贴上反犹太人和仇恨言论的制造者的标签。

攻击和回避那些推进的人权原则立场的过程有助于掩盖外国政府的种族灭绝政策,外国政府从陷入困境和现在被剥夺权利的美国纳税人那里获得了大量的财政和军事支持。 无论多么可悲,这些纳税人都有权宣布:没有在诚实选举中获得选举权的代表不征税。

如果没有一个由愤世嫉俗和无原则的机会主义者组成的顺从媒体的热情参与,这次对以色列批评者的攻击就无法成功实施。 这类媒体自旋医生很清楚,成名和财富的途径是通过促进 ADL、AIPAC 和以色列政府等机构的政策和行动来实现的。

审查民选职位候选人的程序延伸到国会两院。 采取了胡萝卜加大棒的策略,包括为在公开声明和美国政府主要立法部门的程序中推进以色列游说团目标的政客提供大笔竞选捐款。 虽然胡萝卜包括向那些推动美国最强大和最富有的游说者议程的美国政客支付大笔现金,但胁迫的大棒很多,而且往往具有隐蔽性质。

在涉及杰弗里·爱泼斯坦及其有影响力的同事的活动的许多揭露中,最臭名昭著的强制要求有影响力的人物服从的手段已经曝光。 最杰出的追随者 爱泼斯坦 包括疫苗、人口减少和人工智能推动者比尔·盖茨,以及比尔和希拉里·克林顿及其臭名昭著的基金会。

据说爱泼斯坦/摩萨德/中央情报局的剧本是基于对有影响力的决策者的勒索,这些决策者被引诱到他们被拍摄与儿童发生性关系的场景中。 例如,司法部显然无法果断地处理这种在许多层面上令人震惊的滥用权力的行为,这表明官方共谋的巨大墙壁保护着我们中最有罪的人免于对其罪行负责。

深入探讨这个主题超出了本文的范围。 然而,对于那些想要了解更多关于这个主题的人来说,国家利益委员会的论文和报告是密切相关的。 国家利益委员会处理的主要问题是表明美国和以色列的利益是如何不同的,在某些情况下是非常不和谐的。

该组织的执行董事菲利普·吉拉尔迪博士是一名记者、重要学者以及前中央情报局特工。 他同样多产的同事艾莉森·威尔(Alison Weir)带头整理了理事会的网站,包括 如果美国人只知道 巴以新闻.

可悲党、民主党、中国共产党哪里去了?

将唐纳德特朗普描述为受操纵的俄罗斯冒险主义代理人的努力与将乔拜登和民主党其他关键人物描述为受中国共产党直接影响的付费工具形成了对比。 在我看来,现在公开的证据表明乔·拜登(Joe Biden)与中共关系受损,比任何将唐纳德·特朗普(Donald Trump)描述为俄罗斯政府的骗子都更有说服力。

从美国在冷战中所扮演的角色继承下来的反共遗产几乎渗透到这场选举惨败的方方面面,其利害关系远远超出了迄今为止的任何美国总统选举。 正如许多人所看到的那样,民主党对选举以及大多数其他政府职能中诚实行为的要求的轻蔑无视,相当于一场不文明的起义,其目标无非是对美国进行革命性改造。

无论是否合理,许多认为自己是这场可能起义的反对者的人都明白正在发生的共产主义起义,其主要吉祥物是那些自称是反法西斯组织 Antifa 成员的人. 在试图反对她的对手的策略时,西德尼鲍威尔将她对共产主义的厌恶表达得非常清楚。

虽然鲍威尔在她的演讲中强调了委内瑞拉的共产主义,但在似乎正在迅速迫使社会走向一些非常黑暗的地方的奇怪融合中,中国共产党才是真正的外卡。 在尚不清楚的方面,中国政府可能深深地卷入了美国正在发生的重大事态发展的许多方面。

如果事态失控,中共可能在未来处于有利位置,可以帮助重组已解体的美国的一些部分。 是否是打破美国经济和治理体系并将剩下的东西整合到以中国为中心的世界秩序的更大计划的一部分?

在 XNUMX 世纪的大部分时间里,努力抹黑唐纳德·特朗普总统职位的民主党打击小组也利用了俄罗斯与苏联共产主义联系的负面形象。 民主党强调俄罗斯是美国的敌人,这借鉴了许多红色恐慌的遗产,包括那些在冷战中激怒了美国领导的一方。 一个令人信服的理由是,五角大楼和情报机构中的许多既定利益依赖于维持敌对的美俄关系,以保持他们的预算膨胀和他们的声望被不当提升。

美国能否找到解决选举危机的方法,恢复美利坚共和国的一些强大力量,从而避免转向公民?

附录

著名的网络安全专家 Navid Keshavarz-Nia 已加入 Sidney Powell 团队,作为其法律诉讼的专家证人。 正如在一篇文章中引用的 美国思想家 由 Andrea Widburg 撰写,Keshavarz-Nia 博士列出了迄今为止网络安全专家已经得出的结论,即电子篡改在违反本次选举完整性方面的作用。 以下是 Keshavarz-Nia 博士的要点以及 Widburg 博士的介绍性评论:

那么才华横溢的 Kershavarz-Nia 博士有什么要说的呢? 这个:

  1. 锤子和记分卡是真实的,不是骗局(正如民主党人所说),两者都被用来操纵选举结果。
  2. Dominion、ES&S、Scytl 和 Smartmatic 都容易受到欺诈和投票操纵的影响——主流媒体过去曾报道过这些漏洞。
  3. Dominion 在其他国家被用来“伪造选举结果”。
  4. Dominion 的公司结构故意混淆以隐藏与委内瑞拉、中国和古巴的关系。
  5. Dominion 机器很容易被黑客入侵。
  6. 具有系统加密密钥访问权限的 Dominion 存储卡在 2019 年被盗。

尽管他无法使用这些机器,但 Kershavarz 博士已经查看了有关选举和投票结果的可用数据。 根据这些信息,他得出结论

  1. 有争议的州(宾夕法尼亚州、威斯康星州、密歇根州、亚利桑那州、内华达州和乔治亚州)的计数显示电子操纵。
  2. 宾夕法尼亚州、威斯康星州、亚利桑那州、内华达州和乔治亚州同时决定 假装停止计票是史无前例的,并显示了为达到预期结果而串通一气的协调努力。
  3. XNUMX% 到 XNUMX% 的选票是对拜登有利的。
  4. 光学扫描仪被设置为接受未经验证、未经验证的选票。
  5. 扫描仪未能保存审计记录,这一定是故意编程的结果。
  6. 适用于所有投票系统的被盗加密密钥用于更改投票计数。
  7. 下班后涌入拜登的有利选票不能用民主党对邮寄选票的偏好来解释。 他们展示了操纵。 例如,在宾夕法尼亚州,在 400,000-2 小时内将 3 张选票送入机器实际上是不可能的。
  8. Dominion使用了中国零件,有理由相信中国、委内瑞拉、古巴干预了选举。
  9. 有一个锤子和记分卡网络攻击改变了战场州的投票,然后将结果转发到德国法兰克福的 Scytl 服务器,以避免被发现。
  10. 该系统未能产生任何可审计的结果。

https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2020/11/the_smartest_man_in_the_room_has_joined_sidney_powells_team.html

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  1. RoatanBill 说:

    Sidney should consider getting fitted for body armor.

    The mention of the Biden Crime Family jogged me into realizing that the whole Hunter Biden thing just disappeared from view. Why aren’t those staunch supporters of the rule of law, the Republicans, all over this issue? If they could show that Hunter was a cut out for Joe, then maybe they could arrest Joe while he’s taking the oath of office. I’m certain Kamala would help in the effort.

  2. Notsofast 说:

    i want to believe that sidney powell is for real, great goddess in a bodice, i want to believe. it seems every time i believe i end up flat on my back like charlie brown trying to kick that football. is sidney powell lucy and going to yank that football away once again? the part of her story that makes no sense to me however is the venezuelan angle. if the cia directed hammer and scorecard was used by antonio mugica and his partner lord malloch-brown in london, does this point to chavistas? sounds more like the guaidostas to me. hopefully the rest of the story will check out though. i was wondering why they had brought back the electric chair and firing squads and thinking how strange it was, now oddly enough it gives me hope.

  3. Tony Hall 说:

    Thanks Notsofast.

    Powell’s obsession with what she sees as the Venezuelan commie roots of the election fraud I agree is somewhat over the top. I understand her preoccupation with communism as pretty typical of many of us who grew up in the Cold War, but especially of those who see themselves as Christian conservatives. I tried to touch on these matter in the final section. Two decades after the end of the Cold War with the demise of the Soviet Union, deeply felt anti-communism is once again becoming a powerful theme of political discourse as some of the polemics in all this election controversy attests. How are we to view the Chinese Communist Party now and in the future? Clearly the Trumpists and Dems start from very different places in how to think about and address this matter. Given this disagreement we need to make some space available to consider what communism is, where it came from, and how it has been applied, exploited and fought up to the present. Some of that discussion necessarily requires some consideration to the relationship of Jewish and Israeli history to communist history, a theme I intend to take on in the future

    • 回复: @Wizard of Oz
    , @GeeBee
    , @MLK
    , @R2b
    , @R2b
    , @R.C.
    , @R2b
  4. anonymous[304]• 免责声明 说:

    It’s important not to get caught up in the chaff here. CIA crime always features multiple trails of breadcrumbs to foreign malefactors.

    JFK coup: wolfdipped Soviet agent Oswald
    OKC: Andreas Strassmeir
    911: PTech, the dancing Israelis
    Imran Awan: a phtasmagoria of ‘links’ to Mideast boogiemen.
    现在
    2020 coup: Venezuelan, Cuban, and Chinese chumps on the boards of the CIA proprietaries that stole the elections.

    The coup is foreign backed only in the sense that CIA uses eyes-only intelligence liaisons with satellite state intelligence agencies like Britain, Spain, and Canada. We have to hope Sidney understands this. And “…corruption from the local level to the highest level of our government” is a very encouraging acknowledgement that the CIA ratfuckers who stole this election are the actual national command authorities. They’re just doing what spy brat Frank Zappa predicted: CIA’s taking down the stage set to expose the brick wall.

    CIA has run this country since 1947. The constitution is the ancien regime. Section 202 gives CIA impunity. CIA has steadily reinforced their impunity with secret law like the Rogers-Houston memo et seq. and COG, an illegal state of emergency classified at the collateral level that has been in force for 20 years now. (COG includes procedures for CIA to pick your rulers.) The Intelligence Identities Protection Act makes CIA criminals secret. The operational files exemption makes evidence of CIA crimes secret. Judicial doctrines of political questions, utmost discretion, discretion upon discretion, and state secrets exempt CIA from review by any US court. CIA has arbitrary power.

    Let’s hope Sidney knows that what’s she up against is CIA’s atavistic absolute sovereignty. She’s got to overthrow the CIA regime.

    Getting yourself censored was a badge of honor, by the way. Congratulations.

    • 谢谢: Majority of One
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    , @anon
  5. Curmudgeon 说:

    As Notsofast (#2) has outlined, the Venezuela angle makes more sense as a Guaido/guano op. Further to that, consider Venezuela’s version of the “deplorables” are not only the ones that have benefited from Chavez and to a lesser extent Maduro, it was they who stopped the 2002 CIA coup. Why would the deplorables, who constitute a much greater portion of the Venezuelan electorate, vote for the CIA backed opposition parties who want to claw back all of their gains?

    For consideration: Much is made of Dominion being a “Canadian” company. Ford, GM, Chrysler, Toyota, and Honda are also “Canadian” companies, in Canada. The CIA is known for having “front” companies, and there is no reason to doubt that Dominion could potentially be one of them. Keep in mind, that voting in Canada is a much different than in the US. Canada has sole purpose elections with paper ballots, hand counted where cast, for federal and provincial elections, which are never held on the same day. A few cities use computers for their mayoral and council elections, which again, are never held on the same day as a federal or provincial election. The internal Canadian market for computers for voting is minuscule. That means the company was formed for export, which lends itself to foreign control.

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  6. The inability to take principled positions against egalitarian (e.g. antiracist, feminist) bigotry has led a lot of cuckservatives to ascribe the culture changes that they dislike to a communist movement and to use the bad reputation of CCP, Castro, Chavez etc as a way of demonizing the enemy and therebey evading an honest debate. This kind of “anti-communism” on which Sidney Powell is riding is a cuckservative bad habid and it backfires. But it doesn’t change the validity of Powell’s cause.

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  7. I believe, there is no doubt something nefarious was instituted:

    Was COVID-19 Used To Steal An Election?

    Was COVID-19 used to steal the American election?
    Millions of mail in ballots are reportedly under suspicion
    There are reports of fraud and other questionable acts
    Does there need to be a major investigation, to check all the facts?

    There is evidence, a number of affidavits have been signed and produced
    Yet, the so-called “investigative media” is ignoring, the evidence of election abuse
    Why is this: thinking people might rightfully say, and surely ask?
    “Are the globalist corporate media refusing journalism’s task”?

    Journalists are supposedly “searchers for truth” but their faculties are no longer used
    They have become biased, and activists, for undermining democracy; and no longer deduce
    They are paid propagandists for the globalists, and their diabolical agendas
    Josef Goebbels himself, would be proud of there corrupt and lying fake news crescendos

  8. Rex Little 说:

    If there’s a truly bipartisan investigation, I’d expect it to uncover some Republican fraud as well. While I don’t believe Biden legitimately won, I also don’t believe Trump legitimately got 10 million more votes than last time. In the entire 4 years he’s been President, I haven’t heard one person who voted against him before say, “You know, he’s not so bad.”

    (That Biden got so many more votes than Clinton is easily explained. There were, I’m certain, a great many potential Clinton voters who were so smugly certain she had it in the bag, they didn’t bother to show up. That wasn’t going to happen again. Plus, the operatives in charge of the traditional fraud machines–illegal alien vote, cemetery vote, etc.–might have gotten complacent in 2016 but were surely working double shifts this time around.)

  9. @Rex Little

    President Trump today proposed a clear solution to the election quagmire.

    Instead of putting the burden of proof on the Trump team to prove fraud, shift the burden to local precincts to prove they followed proper election procedures, including chain of custody of the envelopes of all mail-in ballots.

    If they can’t produce the envelopes and verify the signatures, then those ballots would be disallowed.

    That seems like a totally reasonable proposal to deal with mail-in ballot fraud.

    • 同意: Montefrío, Thim, RadicalCenter
    • 回复: @Thomasina
  10. utu 说:

    Sidney Powell makes me think of Orly Taitz. I wonder if the same outfit in Mossad is responsible for digging her up as a double edge sword whose ultimate objective is to compromise everybody who associates with her.

    • 巨魔: TheTrumanShow, Mikael_
    • 回复: @Alden
  11. TKK 说:

    Nothing will come from Powell’s lawsuits.

    Do not fall for this false hope.

    Harris/Biden will be President. There is no Judge or State Legislature who will go against the entire Establishment/Big Tech/Wall Street.

    Obama blessed over \$2 dollars of our money bailing out Wall Street without one indictment. Think about that.

    How is that relevant? Obama is all over the media lately, and it’s not just to hawk his narcissistic, rambling 2nd autobiography.

    Obama is back on the scene to make sure Trump is steam rolled and Wall Street is pleased. When Obama talks, the media drops to their knees. ((They)) pulled out the biggest gun they have to insure the Election Result sticks.

    Look at Biden’s cabinet picks. All Deep State/Swamp things: John Kerry? Yellin?

    These articles about the election fraud (which happened more likely than not) are just theoretical exercises. Band aids for a gut wound with a machete. No deus ex machina is coming to save the day.

  12. @RoatanBill

    then maybe they could arrest Joe while he’s taking the oath of office.

    Well, look, I certainly don’t have the inside track about DC dealings but, I did laugh out loud when it was reported that Joe “injured his foot while playing with his dog”.

    Ok, really? Not his knee, ankle, tibia, hip, wrist? No, a body part for which he has to wear a big boot. Gee, like the one John McCain wore that sometimes changed legs; pictures prove it.

    So, is there an ankle monitor inside that thing China Joe is wearing? I’m convinced there was for McCain. Of course, you know that he didn’t have brain cancer, right? That’s not how he died.

    Mighty strange things are going on. You might get your wish. That would be grand…

    • 谢谢: Alden
    • 回复: @RoatanBill
  13. Lee 说:

    Dominions rebuttal to some of the claims made in the TH article. WSJ Nov 30

    Fake Claims About Dominion Voting Systems Do Real Damage
    Our machines have no secret ‘vote flipping’ algorithm. We have no ties to dictator Hugo Chávez.

    [更多]

    “Accurate, transparent and accessible elections—this is the objective that motivated me to create Dominion Voting Systems 18 years ago in Canada. From the start, the company was focused on improving paper-based voting, and it continues to pursue vote-tabulation solutions that enhance accuracy and transparency through audits and reviews, as well as by allowing voters to create, verify and privately cast a marked paper ballot. But if you’ve heard about our role in the U.S. election on Twitter, it’s likely you’ve heard something different.

    The allegations against Dominion are bizarre, but I’ll set the record straight. Dominion is an American company, now headquartered in Denver. Dominion is not and has never been a front for communists. It has no ties to Hugo Chávez, the late dictator of Venezuela. It has never been involved in Venezuelan elections. None of Dominion’s systems use the Smartmatic software that has come under attack, as any state certification lab could verify.

    There is no secret “vote flipping” algorithm. Third-party test labs, chosen by the bipartisan Election Assistance Commission and accredited by a program of the National Institute of Standards and Technology, perform complete source-code reviews on every federally certified tabulation system. States replicate this process for their own certifications. Postelection canvassing and auditing also exist to provide additional assurance of the vote totals’ accuracy.

    The part of the election process on which Dominion focuses is highly regulated and certified. The company doesn’t work in noncertified areas such as voter-registration systems, poll books or signature-verification software, and it doesn’t provide vote-by-mail printing. Dominion voting machines do one thing: accurately tabulate votes from county-verified voters using a durable paper ballot controlled and secured by local elections officials.

    Some of the main counties where results have been contested, like Philadelphia and Allegheny (Pittsburgh), don’t even use Dominion voting systems. In fact, across the 14 Pennsylvania counties that use Dominion systems, President Trump received 52.2% of the vote.

    Despite the company’s limited role in elections, it has been the target of a stream of outrageous statements since Election Day—increasingly reckless and defamatory allegations that don’t stand up to scrutiny. Dominion is never able to affect the outcome of an election. The entire certification process makes sure of that. Regardless, the company’s focus has always been to be nonpartisan and respectful of all views. Dominion’s customers are election officials from both parties in the 28 states where it operates.

    Unlike its critics, Dominion has had to attest to every part of its business ownership and operations to governmental agencies and in courts—under oath and penalty of perjury. We believe it is important to welcome the highest degree of scrutiny and transparency in the election process. This builds trust and leads to more resilient and robust elections. The widespread disinformation campaign America currently faces, however, does the opposite. Baseless and ludicrous smears are presented without evidence and amplified across social media.

    These attacks undermine the tens of thousands of state and local officials who run our elections. When it comes to counting ballots, officials have established a distributed, multilayered system with checks and balances, in which robust safeguards ensure that no one needs to trust blindly any person, company or technology. Here are some of the safeguards in place in Georgia, where the Trump campaign has contested the result:

    • Tabulation machines are tested publicly, before bipartisan witnesses, before and right after Election Day.

    • On Election Day, poll workers—not Dominion systems—verify voters’ identities, including a signature check.

    • Voters mark a paper ballot to vote. Absentee voters use pens, while in-person voters use “ballot marking devices,” which display a digital ballot for voters to make a selection and then print a paper record. In both cases, voters verify the marked paper ballot before casting it in a secure ballot box through an air-gapped scanning tabulator.

    • After polls close, results are tallied by local officials. Paper ballots are safeguarded by thousands of poll workers distributed across 2,656 precincts.

    • The Georgia Secretary of State’s Office certified election results after hand-auditing five million ballots, which showed that the paper-ballot voting system counted and reported results accurately. The small change to the final tally was due entirely to the addition of ballots that had been uncounted due to human process errors.

    • The state also enlisted Pro V&V, a certified third-party testing laboratory, to audit a random sample of Dominion machines. No tampering was found.

    The wild allegations of recent weeks have fueled the harassment of election officials and Dominion employees across the country—including stalking and death threats. The lies and smears have no basis in fact, but they do real damage to our democracy by casting doubt on the legitimacy of the electoral process. The false allegations should be retracted immediately.

    Citizens should know that America’s rigorous, layered and transparent electoral process—in which Dominion is proud to participate—ensures its elections are secure, accurate and credible.”

    Mr. Poulos is president and CEO of Dominion Voting Systems.

    • 回复: @botazefa
  14. Echoes of late republican Rome.

    America is dead While it helps us that Trump fights, and would be even more helpful if he wins, that is only the beginning.

    We cannot live with these people any longer.

    The split in the GOP over this fight foreshadows the split over whether we move towards a declaration of a new sovereign homeland, or continue the slide towards Marxist hell under the guise of false “centrism”.

    In the end there will be a split as one side embodies the eternal principles of cosmic Law and Order (logos and arta), while the Enemy incarnates the antithetical forces of Chaos and Falsehood (druj).

  15. @Curmudgeon

    Here we come back to Trump’s Executive order of September 2018. Foreign interference in American elections. Dominion is headquartered on Spadina Avenue in Toronto, Ontario. That’s in Canada, a foreign country. Couldn’t be plainer. George \$oro\$ Tide\$ Foundation is located on the same floor in the same building. \$oro\$’ associate Mark Moloch heads up the software firm Smartmatic,located in Britain. Both firms are under the same anti-American management.

    Without question in my mind \$oro\$ is a Made-Man and the Rothschild Crime Clan’s primary agent for destroying all countries with governments which are more responsive to the needs and wishes of their people than to the central bank consortium which they control. In one sense, \$oro\$ is even more important than the CIA, as the Agency does appear to be a law unto itself, but is it really?

    至少自两次世界大战以来,在所有棋盘中最伟大的棋盘上,战斗仍在继续。 如果特朗普是真的,他会像弗林和麦克纳尼将军所建议的那样做:调用叛乱法并宣布有限的戒严令,这意味着不仅要逮捕选举恶作剧本身的主要肇事者,还要逮捕那些参与选举恶作剧的人。显然已经准备好大规模帮助和教唆政变。

    This would include the 6 major Kosher Conglomerates who control 90% of America’s mass media of misperception management. Their owners need to be arrested and tried by court-martial. Their organizations must be broken up and the broadcasting, cable and other major media firms be set up as syndicalist cooperatives run by alternative journalists known for adherence to the truth and to all possible objectivity. Ditto, the major social media organizations which have prevented both sides of the recent election receiving equal treatment.

    Secondly, as Sidney Powell has called for the FBI and the Department of “Justice” to be cleaned up with Clorox and fire-hoses; the FBI must be eliminated and the DOJ torn apart and replaced by a new institution which is actually predicated on justice and not by unconstitutional laws.

    我们来到了关键目标:中央情报局(也就是人类的敌人)。 可能需要一个完整的特种部队营才能夺取兰利。 全面封锁。 逮捕所有人。 审讯。 无辜的人可以被普通警察的辩诉交易告密程序过滤掉(在这些可怕的情况下,这种做法可能不是不道德和不道德的)。 军事法庭对有罪者进行审判。

    The enemies of humanity and most specifically against WE THE PEOPLE are totally serious about their coup and are desperate for matters to return back to “normal”, with the Goy peasants and “deplorables” humbly doffing their caps and tugging at their forelocks in meek submission.

    Game time. Its the Super Bowl, the World Cup and the World Series all rolled up into one…Only thing. It ain’t no game. This is for real.

  16. @Tony Hall

    Hasn’t Judge McCullagh’s judgment/order already been overturned on appeal?

  17. @Stephen J. Gray

    This entire business has been in the planning since when Trump surprised the Wicked Witch of the West in November of 2016. Witch, you ask? Somewhere on the net you can discover a video of her response to the news of Muammar Gaddhafi being murdered as the grand crescendo for the overthrow of the most successful country in Africa—one which did NOT have a privately-owned central bank.

    The head of the Rothschild Crime Clan met with some of NATO’s movers and shakers, mentioned the Libyan leader and drew his finger across his throat (a likely enough scenario).

    So where did Hillary fit in? Hearing the news of Gaddhafi’s murder: “We saw, we came, he died”, she cackled. Yes, it was an actual cackle.

    Covid was part of the mega-planning process along with Dominion, Smartmatic, \$oro\$, Zukerman and a cast of hundreds.

    Covid was the enabling precondition for all the absentee ballots being passed out willy-nilly and all the rest of the monkey-business.

    The whole thing was a carefully concocted setup. The production was so highly organized that perhaps as many as 60 million Americans may have actually voted for the Kamala’s Foote/Biden \$late. When 6 members of the Ko\$her-No\$tra own the conglomerates in control of 90% of major media—particularly boobtoob noose and major social media—vulnerable adults cast their ballots for the Gruesome Twosome.

    • 同意: Peripatetic Itch
    • 回复: @Dr. Charles Fhandrich
  18. In the US, when the globalists say ‘Russia, Russia, Russia’, they really have white Christians in mind.

    In the US, when the conservatives say ‘China, China, China’, they really have Jews in mind.



    视频链接

    • 回复: @The Alarmist
  19. Sulu 说:
    @Stephen J. Gray

    The media is owned and directed completely by the Jews and serves their interests. After Trump threw his hat into the ring in 15 the media was calling Trump a clown and predicting he couldn’t win the 16 election. When he did the Jewish media piled on and did everything in their power to marginalize Trump’s Presidency. And now, with the full cooperation of the media, the Jews have stolen the election and continue to use the media to cover up the fact. It’s as pointless as a cat trying to covering up on a concrete floor. I am in my 60’s and this is the most obviously transparent election fraud I have ever seen. If nothing else comes from this at least it will serve to red pill about half the White people in this nation to what is going on and who the perpetrators are.

    We have a problem in this country. It’s called the Jews. Our problem must be dealt with or our country is never going to be a fit place for White people to live in. The good news is that historically the hubris of the Jews knows no bounds and they always end up overplaying their hand. This may be the final piece of criminality from the Jews that wakes the slumbering giant known as the White race.

    My fondest wish is for Trump, after he has produced incontrovertible evidence of election fraud, to pull out the military and start terminating the traitors with the most extreme prejudice. Divest them of their ownership of the media. Confiscate all their wealth and either put them in prison or, preferably, in front of a firing squad. That is the only thing that will save this country from ultimate ruin.

    苏鲁

    • 同意: Poco
  20. Thomasina 说:
    @Justvisiting

    Trump’s proposal is very reasonable, and that’s what should be done. Apparently there was time (three years) to investigate the Russian collusion hoax, but there’s no time to investigate this.

    I’m sure they were shocked when Hillary lost. They didn’t have the balls in 2016 to make SURE she won. This time they weren’t taking any chances. They stopped the vote counting, dismissed everybody, and then stuffed in enough ballots to get Biden over the line. Right out in the open – a blatant theft.

    The whole world is watching the corruption unfold.

    • 回复: @anonymouslim
  21. Tucker 说:
    @Majority of One

    “西德尼鲍威尔呼吁联邦调查局和“司法部”用高乐氏和消防软管进行清理; 联邦调查局必须被淘汰,司法部必须四分五裂,取而代之的是一个实际上以正义而非违宪法律为基础的新机构。”

    According to excerpts from the press conference that Powell and Wood staged in Georgia that appear today on Breitbart.com – both Powell and Wood are trying to get the Trump supporters in Georgia to boycott (not vote) in the January 3rd run off election. What kind of seriously twisted form of mental insanity – or, Judas Goat treachery might be a better description – does these two idiots have to be suffering from to make them peddle that kind of politically suicidal advice?

    如果DemonRats赢得这两个参议院席位——这些邪恶的、公开的布尔什维克共产党人将完全控制国会的两个分支,如果拜登和他的笑声鬣狗伙伴进入白宫——不仅永远不会有任何高乐氏漂白剂和火灾—— FBI 和 DOJ 的软管清洗,但美国作为一个国家将不复存在。

    现在开始变得清楚,鲍威尔和伍德是敌人的鼹鼠,他们以揭露 DemoNrats 的欺诈行为为幌子被植入整部剧的中心——但他们的真正目标是帮助 DemoNRats 获得完全和不受限制的控制权整个美国政府。

    • 不同意: Twodees Partain
  22. Thomasina 说:
    @Stephen J. Gray

    “Was COVID-19 Used to Steal an Election?” Yes, yes, and yes.

    Covid allowed the use of mail-in ballots, and mail-in ballots facilitated the steal.

    Right out in the open.

    A worldwide pandemic was fabricated by the globalists in order to stop the nationalists.

    Steel bars are in order.

    • 同意: Sulu
  23. Isn’t Powell self-contradictory? Hates Communism, so hates the Dictatorship of the Deplorables, but aims her fire at all who sabotage it.

  24. Trump Team is sooooooooo angry but they won’t call out on Jewish Power.

    They talk of a New Populist Party, but it will be useless(once again) without naming the Jew.

  25. When Joe Biden bragged about having “the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics,” he, for the first time, told the truth. Such a huge voter fraud and manipulation happens not even in a “Banana Republic.” If the Democrats get away with this fraud, the U. S. won’t have free and fair elections ever. The Electoral College should not decide on Biden’s Presidency because the outcome hangs in the balance. If all the fraud cases go to the Supreme Court, the SC should declare the election invalid and set a date for a nationwide rerun and a vote only in person. The outcome will be presumably different. What did the heck happen to AG William Barr to declare no voter fraud? Perhaps it’s an indication of corruption up to the top. Or did Barr only thinks of his future under a Biden/Harris regime?

    • 同意: Peripatetic Itch
    • 回复: @Thomasina
  26. @Afterthought

    The split in the GOP over this fight foreshadows the split over whether we move towards a declaration of a new sovereign homeland….

    District 13 versus Panem… Dark Days indeed.

  27. @Priss Factor

    In the US, when the conservatives say ‘China, China, China’, they really have Jews in mind.

    It’s not just the conservatives.

    Happy Christmas 😉

  28. brabantian 说:

    Lots of weird aspects here … for one thing, with the millions of dollars raised to ‘expose’ vote fraud, why don’t Powell, Giuliani etc have a powerful website up presenting and detailing the fraud evidence in their court filings? The whole ‘presentation’ is shoddy & dis-organised, as reflected in how the above article is full of links to marginal sites here and there which gather bits of data.

    And why not have paralegal staff checking for the many errors & typos soiling those court filings? Powell et. al. obviously have the funds for top-notch webmasters and assistants. It is almost as if they are running a giant operation to not ‘win’, but just add to the overall de-moralisation of the US people, the 80% of Trump voters & 33% of Biden voters who see fraud.

    Regarding Trump’s long-winded speech – un-necessary at that length if there was a decent web-site up with details – As noted on 4chan:

    Trump goes through about 50 different ways that fraud verifiably occurred.
    What is really important, tho, is that he didn’t go through any way to do anything about it.

    Biden-Harris are scary in most ways for the entire world … but at least they say they will end the horrific, barbaric USA death penalty … God help us all … Re a key figure cited in the above article:

    • 回复: @Justvisiting
  29. Ron T 说:

    将患有妄想症的人坐在精神病医生面前是徒劳的。 他将不可避免地相信精神病医生正在接受治疗,这是对他的阴谋的一部分。

    For the same reason it is pointless to tell elections conspiracy theorists that neither elections officials, nor cyber security experts, nor homeland security, nor state Secretary of States (from both parties) saw any evidence of widespread fraud and firmly deny it.

    It is also futile to point out to elections conspiracy theorists that these alleged “frauds” conveniently are only in states that Trump lost, and there are no reported wide scale frauds in states like Florida, Texas, Iowa or Ohio and that the statistical probability that Democrats knew in advance exactly in which states to carry out a successful massive fraud operation is low if not non-existent. If Democrats can summon hundreds of thousand of fraudulent votes, why not just concentrate them in Texas with its 39 electoral votes, which would be enough to cement a victory, instead of spreading it all over the country and risking leaving a massive trail? And why would Democrats rig both mail in voting AND voting machines? After all, if you don’t want to get caught, wouldn’t you try to minimize the footprint rather than use all possible fraud methods? In the inflicted mind of a conspiracy theorist these considerations would be irrelevant.

    In addition, it is pointless to point out to elections fraud conspiracy theorists that there simply isn’t any hard evidence of wide spread elections fraud and that if there was, the Trump legal team would certainly bring them to courts. Having no hard evidence, these lawsuits get thrown out of court as meritless frivolous lawsuits.

    It would be easy to call out a kid in the playground who cries foul each time he loses a game of hopscotch but it would be pointless to point out to Trump supporters that Trump announced his elections strategy long before the elections (in fact if you paid attention, he announced this strategy before the 2016 elections too): if he wins it’s legit, if he loses it’s rigged elections. That by itself should put all fraud allegations into context and laughed out of consideration, but tell that to elections fraud conspiracy theorists and you will meet a dead end.

    Elections fraud conspiracy theorists apparently never heard of the Presidential job approval poll, a continuous poll conducted for decades, which has shown that Trump never managed to pass the 50% mark, and in the weeks prior to the elections was in the low 40’s, meaning that Trump failed to win over voters during his 4 years in office. Tell the conspiracy theorists that just about all presidential elections polls predicted a Biden victory and they will tell you that the pollsters were also in on it, part of the “deep state”.

    It is also pointless to point out that Trump's “achievement” in these elections is managing to more than double his popular vote loss from 2016 to 7 million (!), a number which would make it extremely hard to win the electoral college. 对于阴谋理论家来说,普选与选举团之间根本就没有关联。

    提出选举阴谋理论家如何,如果民主党人是这样的专家选举,他们并没有设法接受参议院并在众议院里保持领先,毕竟他们是在同一个选票中。 您会得到很多困惑的答复,但没有一个就是根本没有普遍存在的选举欺诈行为。 因为一旦有人被引诱到特朗普崇拜中,并接受只有邪教领袖的话才是真相,而其他所有东西都是“假媒体”和“深层状态”,那么真相就不需要事实或理由来支持它,因为这是事实。根据拼写者的定义,得出真相。 邪教首领在他们心目中是无敌的,因此损失是根本不可能的。

    Therefore, I will not try to convince Trump supporters and elections fraud conspiracy theorists that Trump simply lost fair and square and his fraud allegations were simply an execution of his pre-meditated strategy for an elections loss (which he started carrying out at 2:00 AM on November 4, long before he could have had any evidence of fraud, which he still doesn’t have). I tell them: you’re right, Trump won and the victory was stolen from him. Joe Biden will be sworn as the 46th President of the United States on January 20th as a result of a conspiracy.

  30. RoatanBill 说:
    @The Real World

    I assumed the foot problem was so he could use a walking stick to help keep himself upright as he deteriorates further. Maybe he’s sliding down hill faster than the handlers expected. A foot problem reported now could also make his death later on from a fall more believable if they have to get rid of him on a specific date. He’s just a place holder and expendable.

    As for ankle monitors on the legs of made members of TPTsB mob, I doubt that would ever happen, to anyone. Every member of Congress, every member of the Supreme Court and every President is a controlled figurehead by the real owners of the country, the military and intel agencies along with major corporations. The party system is designed to allow only corrupt people that can be blackmailed to run for office. If they could find a murderer that hasn’t been detected, they’d surely run him for President if they had the evidence on him, and guarantee his winning via the hack-able voting machines.

    Voting is for people that haven’t realized how the world works yet.

    • 同意: Majority of One
    • 回复: @Realist
    , @The Real World
  31. I think it is a mistake to muddy the waters with international conspiracy issues. This matter should remain simple and clear.

    1. The existence of anomolies in the election that arrant an investigation. I think given the complaints and in y vie, the conduct to the environment over the last four years, especially those regarding COVID and the rule changes by courts, governors, etc to bias the election. Including the use of:
    a. voting machines and
    b. mail-in and in person balloting.

    以及涉及的流程。

    2. Steps to take to remedy those errors, deliberate or involuntary

    This should avoid any resemblance to the democratic attempts to remove the executive by baseless allegations of foreign intrigues.

    The case(s) should remain: devoid of overly speculative complex possibilities. This article was an interesting red until, the introduction of chinese and communist accusations. Plenty of Europeans countries were just as anxious to avoid dealing with any changes in foreign policy . But at the end of the day, what matters is what happened in our nation by conduct the conduct of those involved here. An there is plenty of evidence to suggest something went awry.

    Attorney Cindy/Sindey Powell and company should press their case as they have thus far based on tangibles. She and others sound more than capable.

  32. correction” Attorney Cindy or Sidney Powell have seen two spellings of her name — no insult intended.

  33. GeeBee 说:
    @Tony Hall

    we need to make some space available to consider what communism is, where it came from, and how it has been applied, exploited and fought up to the present

    This is a key point. Hatred of communism stems from our roots in the 大豆 ‘free world’, where we have been repeatedly – and largely correctly – told that communism runs counter to our most cherished beliefs, as the inheritors of the great social, political and not least economic movements that began with ‘The Enlightenment’, and which came to fruition in a new world, formed by several cataclysmic ‘revolutions’. These began in England in the mid-seventeenth century, and proceeded through 1789 in France and thence to the great ‘year of revolutions’ of 1848 throughout much of Europe. The events of 1917 in Russia, however, are normally thought of as being somehow distinct from these earlier movements, when in fact they are of a piece with them, but displaying a different character.

    [更多]

    By this, I mean that although all of these revolutions have undoubtedly shaped the modern world, and although they were ostensibly in the name of “the people,” they can be discerned as attempts to empower the merchant on the ruins of throne and altar. As Oswald Spengler noted:

    经济趋势在本世纪典型的隐秘革命中成为最重要的革命,这种革命被称为民主,并通过群众投票或设路障而周期性地表现出来。 在英格兰,曼彻斯特学派的自由贸易学说被工会用在称为“劳工”的商品形式上,并最终在马克思和恩格斯的《共产党宣言》中得到了理论上的表述。 这样就完成了对政治的政治化,即通过经济学,国家对金融机构的对位。

    These events form part of the ‘historical dialectic’ that Marx saw as steps in the march towards international communism. Marx’s philosophy, in effect, sought to hijack these unstoppable forces that were replacing the traditional world with Modernism. The process of ‘proletarianising’ much of society was already far advanced once Marx settled down to write Das Kapital in the mid-nineteenth-century. The same socio-political phenomenon that had contributed to the English Civil War would become more pronounced from the late 18th-century, in the wake of the Industrial Revolution.

    The rump of the traditional ruling class and the increasingly urbanised peasants and artisans sought, through politics, a kind of practical solidarity with one another, united as they were in their hatred of capitalism and ‘bourgeois revolution’ (much to Marx’s outrage). In England, from the late 1830s, the movement known as Chartism argued for the vote to be extended to all men over the age of twenty-one. One of its empirically odd developments was that an alliance formed between the landed aristocracy and the working class against the increasing power of the merchants and new industrialists in the middle class – a cohort that threatened both of the social classes that underpinned the tragically moribund world of Traditionalism, which is to say the agricultural workers and the landed aristocracy. The latter’s ‘privilege’ meant that they were bound by 贵族有义务 – the prevailing, paternalistic code of duty and honour – to feed and protect their workers. Benjamin Disraeli eloquently summed up this aristocratic paternalism in a speech in the House of Commons in 1842:

    什么时候 [在1066中] the Conqueror carved out parts of the land, and introduced the feudal system, he said to the recipient, “You shall have that estate, but you shall do something for it: you shall feed the poor; you shall endow the Church; you shall defend the land in case of war; and you shall execute justice and maintain truth to the poor for nothing.”
    “It is all very well to talk of the barbarities of the feudal system, and to tell us that in those days when it flourished a great variety of gross and grotesque circumstances and great miseries occurred but these were not the result of the feudal system; they were the result of the barbarism of the age. They existed not from the feudal system, but in spite of the feudal system. The principle of the feudal system, the principle which was practically operated upon, was the noblest principle, the grandest, the most magnificent and benevolent that was ever conceived by sage, or ever practised by patriot
    设立的区域办事处外,我们在美国也开设了办事处,以便我们为当地客户提供更多的支持。“

    To Marx, these ‘reactionary’ developments interfered with the dialectical historical process, or the “wheel of history” as he saw it. He made no secret of the fact that his political philosophy actually required capitalism, as a necessary precursor to revolution. Its promotion of a homogenised mass culture and of open border internationalism, together with its insidious erosion of hitherto entrenched societal norms, would sweep away Traditionalism, which Marx correctly saw as a barrier to communist hegemony. Only untrammelled capitalism could prepare the ground for internationalist communism, which would be the ineluctable result of the ‘class struggle’, which in turn would lead to ‘the permanent revolution’, which would itself usher in the ‘dictatorship of the proletariat’.

    Or would it? How very convenient all these ideas of Marx are, when re-examined from a dawning understanding that he served (and might well have been the handsomely paid servant of) the Globalists. Was it not, after all, meant to be the other way around? Which is to say the way it is today. It certainly appears the more likely case, in light of ‘events’, but in fact, such a question is now rendered otiose, and is merely akin to asking which side of the Modernist coin is currently uppermost. And does it actually matter, after all? Globalist or Marxist; Conservative or Labour; Republican or Democrat: in the end, under Modernism, it’s always the same people waxing fatter and fatter, and a one-way ratchet winding up the shackles placed on freedom of speech, thought, expression and action.

    In this regard it is essential to understand something that is so simple that it is almost always overlooked. In ancient societies, and until these latter-day revolutions that have shaped our world, ultimate power resided in ‘the palace’. It was thus a very dangerous development if a new mercantile class emerged, with more financial resources available to it than those available to the king. When this occurred, three things happened. First, the possessors of this superior wealth no longer respected the king’s word. They had, in stark terms, more money, and therefore more power, than he. Second, this allowed them to dictate policy to the palace. The king was no longer in any position to stand in the way of the merchants or their demands. And third, this meant that the entire 存在的理由 of the old harmony of good governance, whereby the palace’s first duty was the wellbeing and protection of its subjects, collapsed, and the inevitable corollary of this was that traditional governance flew out of the window, and the king’s subjects found themselves at the mercy of a ruthless and venal cohort which had no investment in the welfare of the people, and therefore could, and did, act in ways that were designed solely to enrich themselves, usually at the expense of ordinary folk. It would be idle to point out that today, the full and bitter fruits of this social and economic calamity are all around us.

    It follows that Marx was not seeking to destroy capitalism, but rather to encourage the ‘proletariat’ to help themselves to its riches, by stealing it from the ‘bourgeoisie’. The new Marxist world would still be part of the great advance of Modernism: it embraced materialism and the primacy of money, and, in fact, ‘consumerism’. The American ‘Spenglerian’ Francis Parker Yockey (1917-1960) described this very succinctly:

    The ethical and social foundations of Marxism are capitalistic. It is the old Malthusian “struggle” again. Whereas to Hegel, the State was an Idea, an organism with harmony in its parts, to Malthus and Marx there was no State, but only a mass of self-interested individuals, groups, and classes. Capitalistically, all is economics. Self-interest means economics. Marx differed on this plane in no way from the non-class war theoreticians of capitalism – Mill, Ricardo, Paley, Spencer, Smith. To them all, Life was economies, not Culture… All believe in Free Trade and want no “State interference” in economic matters. None of them regard society or State as an organism. Capitalistic thinkers found no ethical fault with destruction of groups and individuals by other groups and individuals, so long as the criminal law was not infringed. This was looked upon as, in a higher way, serving the good of all. Marxism is also capitalistic in this.

    The notion of the State as ‘an organism with harmony in its parts’ was actually Spengler’s, but it was really a re-statement, after almost 300 years, of the core idea of Hobbes’ Leviathan of 1651, which postulated that the ideal society was just such a one previously described as embodying Traditionalism. Contemporary “conservatives” are no more in tune with this idea than are Marxists, for whom it is of course anathema: there can be no ‘class struggle’ or ‘permanent revolution’, much less a ‘dictatorship of the proletariat’ where harmony prevails. As Yockey observed, “Socialism can be sniffed in the air prior to any and all ‘struggles’ between the component parts of this Spenglerian harmony within the organism of the State.” In this way, the “class struggle” is revealed as a metaphorical cancer, whereby the cells of the organism fight among themselves until it dies.

    The ‘communism’ that we are taught to despise is thus little other than the obverse of the same coin whose ‘capitalism’ we are instructed to cherish. The good news is that there is a ‘third way’. The bad news is that it is no longer allowed even to be mentioned, ever since it was brutally done away with in 1945, and buried beneath a moraine of propaganda, under which it will continue to lie until – as Rosencrantz remarked to Hamlet – ‘the world’s grown honest’ (to which remark Hamlet’s immediate riposte was, of course: ‘Then is doomsday near’).

    This ‘third way’ espoused Industrial Capitalism rather than the hegemonic ‘Finance Capitalism’ of today’s West, the system that is underpinned by the equally hegemonic political system of Neo-Liberalism’. Wherever Industrial Capitalism has sought to prevail, it has been ruthlessly extirpated by the beneficiaries of Finance Capitalism (which is to say, by the international race and their hangers-on), posing as it does an existential threat to the Globalist scam.

    I wish you well in your attempt to change the world, and I hope that my little monograph might be of some help. (Note: I copied and pasted about half of this comment from one of my own works, published online more than two years ago, on a site since ‘de-platformed’ by the usual suspects).

  34. Mikael_ 说:
    @Hartmut Pilch

    Your otherwise good argument suffers a little from your own inability to clearly explain what communism is, in your understanding, and why 今天的 CCP is still 实际上 共产。

  35. Mikael_ 说:
    @TKK

    What you’re actually trying to say is “将有 不是一个 principled judge who will follow his conscience.=
    搞笑!

    (If there will be enough principled judges is 不能 clear. It’s clearly an uphill battle for Trump and supporting lawyers. Which however is no reason at all to concede the fight.)

    • 回复: @TKK
  36. 圣女贞德:由西德尼·鲍威尔和迈克尔·弗林主演的美国人圣女贞德也在演员巴拉克·奥巴马,乔·拜登,唐纳德·特朗普,卡米拉·哈里斯,本杰明·内塔尼亚胡,伯尼·桑德斯,克里斯托弗·斯蒂尔,理查德·迪尔洛夫和斯特凡·哈珀。

    https://youtu.be/Zw9lv_ynCug or http://www.cowdisley.com/videos/sidney.mp4

    • 回复: @Tony Hall
  37. Emslander 说:

    Unz puts all of the corruption of the current US ruling class in one long compilation, so that he won’t have to risk angering his pals at Facebook beyond today. It’s the classic corporate strategy of piling all the bad news that they can find from years forward and years backward into a quarterly earnings report. It’s standard accounting practice that Unz knows very well as a tool of Wall Street.

    Now you anti-Semites can begin your mindless attribution of all the corruption to Israel or Zionists or Barbara Streisand, guilty of some things, no doubt, but there’s plenty to go around. A true accounting would certainly include my girl-men fellow Catholics, the corrupt Protestant World and lots of atheists. Probably not many Muslims, however.

    • 巨魔: Mikael_
    • 回复: @annamaria
  38. So much evidence and unlike some people imagine it does not all have to be non-circumstantial. Circumstantial evidence is often taken into account in a court ruling. In the case of this election, it begs the question to ask whether the democrats or who knows, even some Republicans were in on “fixing” the election and had no problem with the idea at all. Everyone on earth that payed attention to the behavior of the democrats, could not help but see that they intended to, as they themselves openly and arrogantly stated seek to remove this president from office “IN ANY WAY POSSIBLE,”.

    All during the bogus attempts that followed from the first day Trump took office, proved that the democrats were dead serious. But all the attempts failed, Russian Collusion, some vague and silly charge of wrong doing in Ukraine, various attempts to smear the president involving women and on and on. When Joe Biden stupidly admitted during his debate with Trump that he was going to attack fracking, a source of jobs for many people in Penn, that made it all the more urgent for the dems to ramp up the fraud.

    So along with the solid evidence of fraud occurring during this election, massive circumstantial evidence that the democrats planned to cheat, was obvious from the moment they realized Trump was going to win the election or at least would have better chances than Biden, who, hiding in his basement , hardly needed to do a thing, the corrupt media in collusion with the dems, doing the winning for him.

    • 同意: Peripatetic Itch
  39. @Majority of One

    Indeed, the sheer evil of Hillary Clinton,, for lack of a better word, has always been evident to those who bothered to pay any real attention to her words and actions during her “career”.

  40. Anon7 说:

    I’m wondering if perhaps the President and the legal efforts to overturn the election results in certain states are actually starting to have some effect. This morning’s 人民日报 (from NBC) had as its emotional message “Covid19 is getting worse (you should be terrified! models show 450 thousand will die!) Joe Biden can save us – and yet Donald Trump is still fretting about the election? (tell him to stop!)”

    This is a significantly different story from last week, which said “Joe Biden is working to make sure everyone gets a Covid19 vaccine – so stop worrying!”

    Why would they bother to even mention it? Simply not reporting on a story worked on Hunter’s laptop – why not use the same trick with the election fraud story? Maybe they’re just a little bit worried.

  41. @Ann Nonny Mouse

    What dictatorship of the “deplorables”? Most of the deplorables, as the utterly evil Hillary Clinton calls tens of millions of Americans, have never had any power or real representation. That is why Donald Trump was elected as president. His election was caused by the dictatorship of the left and far left in the U.S., who happen to control ALL of the big institutions in the U.S.that are of any consequence to the lives of American citizens. Those citizens were simply fed up with the way the left was running the country.

  42. First, thanks to Tony Hall for this article, which touches on important aspects of the underlying reasons for the election 情况 – and the state of the United States.

    The brazen and obviously highly planned and coordinated attempt to steal this election has engaged, and focused the attention of, and spurred outrage and concern among, tens of millions of Americans.

    The ‘election hearings’ in various States that I’ve managed to look in on have featured poignant election fraud exposés, with many concerned citizens with backbone presenting many devastating revelations.

    Here once again much mass media is complicit in either not giving fair and adequate coverage, or in ignoring, censoring or purveying disinformation about the proceedings. This too is being noticed by millions.

    But a widespread public ‘awakening’ is a necessary prelude, within a milieu in which political corruption and dysfunction have gained the upper hand, to the renovations necessary to achieving a preponderance of political – in the broadest sense of that term – virtue.

    所以 厚颜无耻 nature of the attempted usurpation of political power through fraud, crime, pernicious manipulation, and lies, among other evils, can be seen as a great gift to the ‘salt of earth’ public by corrupt power .

    Had the attempted steal been more subtle, more nuanced, its chances of smoother success would have increased.

    Another aspect of the current situation is the degree to which good people in positions of authority have joined with the ‘deplorables’ in being shaken and woken up. The “swamp” – aka the cesspool – has had a sufficient spotlight shone upon it to reveal it as wider, and deeper, and more heavily populated, and more foul, than many, including good people in official positions, had previously appreciated.

    从文章:

    They [“most news agencies”] assume that they can help along an historic instance of election tampering without being held legally accountable for the crimes in which they are deeply complicit.

    Things are getting really interesting as awareness grows that this was not just yet another instance of typical marginal and inevitable election shenanigans, but a well organized, deeply planned, and widely supported, attempted coup. And the attempted coup is attempting to place into the Presidency an irredeemably corrupt and demented man. And furthermore, that President Trump in actuality had received an unprecedented outpouring of citizen support in the form of legitimate votes across the United States.

    The active or passive support for the attempted coup by the CIA, the FBI, the DOJ and large swathes of the federal and state political elite in the United States is now starkly revealed.

    The question of military loyalty, and the loyalty of police forces and national guards, becomes a critical question.

    As Tony Hall has also pointed out, the situation in the United States takes place within the context of a global – in effect – coup d’etat attempt, whereby a non-existent or marginal pandemic is declared a terribly dangerous all enveloping pandemic, and normal human and civil rights in many countries are suspended.

    It is illustrative of the wide reach of the planning for the ‘great reset’ – whatever madness and banality and horror are the eventual components – that here in a small community in rural Canada the iron curtain of propaganda in support of the scamdemic and against Trump, and the curtailment of counter-information, has been obvious.

    • 同意: Mikael_, Alfred
    • 谢谢: Majority of One
    • 回复: @Tony Hall
  43. Realist 说:
    @RoatanBill

    Voting is for people that haven’t realized how the world works yet.

    That is correct. The Deep State doesn’t care about the unimportant internecine squabbles of the ‘two parties’ as long as their important issues are advanced (wealth and power). As a matter of fact, it strengthens the false perception that there is a choice when voting. In fact, we live under a plutocratic oligarchy.

    • 同意: RoatanBill
  44. annamaria 说:
    @anonymous

    What a tangled web… and so on: https://truth11.com/2020/12/02/obama-biden-cia-director-gina-haspel-evidently-arrested-for-espionage-voter-fraud/

    On Wed. morning 4 Nov. right after the Election, the Department of Defense, 305th Battalion and NSA began recording real time fraud evidence of vote switching from all six Battleground states (GA, PA, MI, WI, AZ, NV) in a blockchain tech ledger that was un-hackable and undelete-able. This real time digital evidence would now be used to prosecute all Deep Staters involved in Election and Voter Fraud – including Obama, Biden and Haspel. …

    Obama, Biden and Haspel were suspected of colluding with foreign powers including the Chinese Communist Party, plus promoting the use of Election Fraud, to put the socialist leaning and compromised Biden/ Harris ticket in power, overtake the US government and establish a New World Order.

    更严重的是:
    https://turcopolier.typepad.com/sic_semper_tyrannis/2020/12/show-us-gina-haspel.html#comments

    Show us Gina Haspel. The internet is alive with rumors that the CIA Director, Gina Haspel, is either under arrest or dead. The country needs to be assured about this. Let her show herself, walking, talking and up close enough for positive identification.

    Plus this pearl speaking of the ossified and sclerotic CIA machine:

    she [Gina Haspel] started her government work … as the post librarian and testing service tsar at Ft. Devens Massachusetts. She later applied to the CIA for employment, was accepted and made her way to the top in the clerical support side of the DO. She is living proof of the old Soviet saying “s–k d—s and read newspapers and you, too, can be a commissar.”

  45. gsjackson 说:
    @Majority of One

    “perpetraitors” — I see what you did there. Nice. And I agree 100 percent — this is Armageddon. No messing around. A military coup and a repeat election supervised by the military would suit me just fine. If we’re nothing but a banana republic now let’s go ahead and get the full course.

    • 回复: @Trickster
  46. annamaria 说:
    @Ron T

    “Therefore, I will not try to convince Trump supporters…”
    — You still do not understand what this paper is about.
    For a starter: Have you heard about the Lobby? Do you believe in the US-conducted ‘democracies on the march’ and other ‘humanitarian interventions?’

  47. @anonymous

    Yes and the real issue ultimately is the British Crown, its Privy Council, the City of London and its various intelligence circles like the Pilgrims Society and other expressions of the British Empire’s control through its Round Table functionaries to which CIA is just another part of its thug networks…

    https://larouchepac.com/20190110/part-i-british-role-coup-against-president-now-exposed-will-you-act-now-save-nation

    • 谢谢: Alfred
  48. Anon7 说:

    Dr. Linda Lee Tarver Testifies to What is Really Happening in Michigan.

    She has thirty years of experience working at a high level in Michigan elections, and relates the sad facts about how elections are run in Detroit, Flint and other Michigan cities. Among many other things, she says that 71% of Detroit’s election results cannot be recounted, owing to the practices used for decades in these cities.

    • 回复: @Katrinka
  49. If the supreme court fails its responsibility ,then it is back to 1776 for the AR15 reset

    True Democracy cannot exist without brave men armed with AR15, defending their

    sovereign interests against the evil incubator of centralized deep state power promoted

    by image of the beast media BillHillzeebub pay to play dominion machines

  50. Oh, man. Here’s a new conspiracy theory that is never going to die. I knew something was up in the minds of the conspiracy-minded right around the election. They didn’t think Trump was just going to win; they thought Trump was going to win in a historic landslide. In their fantasies, it was going to be an overwhelming defeat for their opponents: Democrats, globalists, Wall St, whoever. States that hadn’t voted GOP in a generation would go for Trump. The Democratic party would be in shambles.
    When the early results came in they still thought Trump would win, but were upset that somebody (the boogeyman?) was denying Trump the landslide he had earned in his first four years. As the results solidified for Biden, they could not cognitively handle it as reality clashed with their fantasies, so they invent these conspiracies.

    Many Hillary supporters were shocked and dismayed after the 2016 election when the underdog Trump pulled it out. The election results did not match their mental model of the nation. The same thing happened in 2020 to some Trump supporters. We all need to accept reality, even if it doesn’t match what we want.

    • 不同意: Justvisiting
  51. Jake 说:
    @RoatanBill

    The number of Republicans who are directly and indirectly involved in election fraud is almost as high as the Democrat number. And there are a multitude of Republican office holders and donors who are in bed with every Democrat dirty scheme.

    The Republican Party insiders need business as usual. They are corrupt as Hell.

    • 回复: @RoatanBill
    , @Wally
  52. Trickster 说:
    @RoatanBill

    Why are they not all over the Hunter issue ? Well, my thoughts are as follow:
    -Criminals snitch on other members of their gang to escape punishment
    -Criminals snitch on members of other gangs for the same reason

    However, politicians rarely do either of these. Why ?
    -Because they re never held accountable and thus have nothing to trade away to protect their interests.
    -Because they are also have dirty hands so “I’ll maintain provided you maintain”

    For instance, take Mitch McConnell, an esteemed Republican I understand. His wife is Chinese from a family in shipping and with close ties to Communist China. Word has it that when the Father in Law is around little Mitch must stay quiet with his hat off and hands behind his back and head downcast.

    Think about it for a second. One of the most powerful men in the most powerful country in the world subservient to a Chink. What is in it for him is left to everyone’s imagination. Where this is heading in regards to Chinese ambitions is also food for thought.

    They, Democrats and Republicans are all getting their taste and stockpiling their cash for a comfortable retirement in some exclusive area. Why would they give a shit about Hunter;s take ?

    I guess as they say in Washington “his crime was not corruption, it was getting caught”.

    Hence the whole sordid affair will be swept under the table or forgotten by the next “scandal”. If you or I went into a Chung’s convenience store and stole a pack of chewing gum we would be locked up.

    The rich and powerful make the rules for OTHERS to follow. Sad as it is, every man must look to himself. UR readers wax about right and wrong but there is no such thing. There is only the money.

    We wonder why good people turn bad but the answer is right there in front of us. The good dont die young. Their disappearance is due to the fact that they believe righteousness and love conquers all. Too late many of them realize they have been fucked by the slogans and left behind.

    The men who look at life with jaded eyes from their cold blooded perch know the real and while they persuade everyone to honour the 10 commandments they themselves are busy robbing.

    • 同意: RoatanBill
  53. Those who have heard/read Trump’s most recent speech on the election fraud- an AMASING speech – understand he is headed for The Rubicon.

    He will try to go through the Courts and the Legislatures to overturn the election theft but he understands that will likely fail and so he will invoke the Insurrection Act (The Geniuses in the Congress gave the POTUS dictatorial power) and he answers to no court or legislative body when he does so.

    Is he already in a bunker somewhere so the Deep State can’t do to him what it did to JFK?

    https://macris.substack.com/p/trump-at-the-rubicon



    视频链接

    • 同意: Justvisiting
    • 回复: @Alfred
    , @Corvinus
  54. RoatanBill 说:
    @Jake

    There is no one in the upper ranks of the US government that isn’t dirty. The party system only lets dirty people run for office because they can be blackmailed after election to vote how they’re told. Voters only get to chose between the D sociopath and the R sociopath. What a system!

    I’m predicting that all the voter fraud allegations go nowhere and the next election will run the same scam and the voters will line up to be taken for fools, same as this time. TPTsB are laughing their butts off at the idiocy of a huge portion of the population that gives them license to screw everybody.

    The voters are the true cause of this insanity because they keep doing the same thing over and over expecting some miracle outcome that won’t screw them, and it never happens.

  55. Trickster 说:

    “We wont be intimidated. We are fed up ! Corruption, take back the country, clean up the mess, reclaim the US, vote for freedom”

    Hmmmmmmm, haven;t we heard all this before ?

    Reminds me of the song “You light up my life” by Debbie Boone that they played every 10 minutes for months on end. The song faded, the lyrics faded and Debbie faded. These words of exhortation also bring to mind most modern music, three chords, clanging guitars, braying horns, a monotonous thumping base and drums and a squeaky screeching singer repeating the same 5 works over and over again for 3 long minutes.

    Soon Sidney Powell will fade. Call me cynical but as soon as she has milked her continually spinning record, she, like Debbie, will disappear from view, her words will be duly noted for some other douche bag to quote sometime in the future……….and things will go back to “normal”.

    In the meantime, just like having to shop in the supermarket, we must listen to the music, try to remain sane at the endless repetition and pretend the shit she expounds is relevant, meaningful and will lead to a revolution.

    • 哈哈: Rufus Clyde
  56. @RoatanBill

    If they could show that Hunter was a cut out for Joe, then maybe they could arrest Joe while he’s taking the oath of office. I’m certain Kamala would help in the effort.

    Well yes, but we need to remember that the other side is also actively conspiring at the same time, as they have been doing for four years, as they did to set up their narrative that Trump would be leading on Election Day only to slowly fall behind in the days that followed. The gullibles bought into that and used the logic to deny the election steal.

    Currently they are setting up the narrative that not just Trump, but also all his supporters and those who voted for him have committed the most despicable treason in even questioning the sanctity of the election. They are making lists and talking about Truth and Reconciliation Commissions. Gulags, cultural revolutions, guillotines and/or basement abattoirs may not be far behind.

    At the same time they are contemplating the best way to effect the transition from President Biden to President Harrris. They have few qualms about how to do it — both are just useful idiots.

    So don’t think they haven’t at least considered a dramatic inauguration day transition that kills several birds with one stone and creates a national crisis of unparalleled magnitude to rivet the nation’s attention for several years. According to my limited vision, the plot might go something like this: Biden (or his body double) and Harris take their oaths. Biden gets up to give his speech. A shot rings out….

  57. Brilliant! Simply Brilliant! Undeniable truth!

  58. @RoatanBill

    You can easily replace the name Biden with the likes of Bush, Gore, McCain, Pelosi, and so on. No one in DC cares what Hunter and Joe did. I starting to think they enjoy that some of the rubes know. It is one big “ha, ha… you can’t do a thing.”

    • 同意: RoatanBill
    • 回复: @mutantbeast
  59. Anonymous[419]• 免责声明 说:

    Is it the case that Dominion/Tides’ elaborate efforts at concealment provide powerful circumstantial evidence of their guilt, given that this sort of circumstantial evidence, barring confessions, is all there ever is or can be. How far might RICO be employed to sweep up all the players, such as those who participated by way of cover up? Failure of the DOJ/FBI and media giants to investigate such blatant voter fraud would seem to be prima facie evidence of participation in the cover up and so powerful evidence of their guilt as well.

    These outrageous efforts at concealment by the deep state and media have a greater context than this election, going back to their collective guilt for concealing the truth about 9-11. This concealment of the greatest betrayal and acts of treason in American history probably made control by Dominion, Smartmatic, et al imperative as new and incontestable evidence made it clear the official 9-11 narrative was as a lie from beginning to end. This may explain why everything is on the line now.

    • 同意: Alfred
    • 回复: @mutantbeast
  60. Trinity 说:

    Looks like William (((Barr))) can’t find any significant fraud in this election, oh what a surprise. Why did Trump select this fat swamp creature in the first place. Barr is half Jewish is he not? Or is he 100% kosher? Whatever the case or his conversion to Catholicism, he quacks like a duck and he walks like a duck. No evidence of widespread fraud? Does this lumpy worthless swamp creature really think the American people are that stupid or does he view them with some such contempt that he believes he can tell us that Santa Claus is real and we are suppose to believe his lies?

    Honestly, I don’t think anyone above the age of 6 buys the story that Biden won this election, much less won the election easily. IF the truth were known, Trump probably received the 80 million votes and Biden received about half that many votes and Trump won Michigan, Wisconsin, Nevada, Arizona, Georgia and Pennsylvania all comfortably, not even close. I would venture to say that Trump probably won states like Colorado as well. Biden might have taken 50 million LEGAL votes tops and this election was a landslide Trump victory.

    IF America allows this fraud to happen and allows the same thing in the upcoming run-offs in Georgia, ( they are already up to the same old shit, busing people in from other states, dead people will be resurrected from the grave, loads of people born 1-1-1900 will appear on ballots, people voting 30 times, etc.) I am sure the obese, racist sistas’ Oprah Winbag and Stacy Abrams will be around somewhere with their hero, Barry Obama as well. Wonder how much the combined weight of Oprah and Stacy Abrams is btw? Maybe Silk and Diamond could set up a tag team “rasslin” match against Oprah and Stacy. Call it The Battle Of The Bulge or The Battle Of The Butt Sistas.

    IF dementia Joe pulls this off, look for the appointments of ex-bartenders who aren’t capable of managing a McDonald’s, tons of anti-White Jews who are Israel Firsters and Jewish Supremacists, radical and racist Blacks, bat shit loony Whites who claim to be Injun and hate their own skin, and every other fruit, nut and flake to make up America’s most diverse cabinet. America will be the laughing stock of the world if we aren’t already.

  61. I don’t understand is lawsuits like Powell’s. Won’t it presumably be in the courts for years, so exactly what will be the result if she wins? Does a Biden Harris regime become illegitimate? Also does her focus on Venezuela, which seems rather neocon, give the Democrat Cheat Machine a pass? If it does, what does that mean for President Joe and Kamala? Doesn’t that make them victims, and give them a pretense for Venezuelan regime change. Personally I would love to see the Democrats class actioned out of existence instead, and Biden successfully impeached dead or alive. I just don’t get those vibes from Sydney Powell. Then again I’m neither a lawyer or political strategist.

    • 回复: @Alfred
  62. Main Scream Media wish to turn themasses into

    the orrifice of the persisdent erect Baden

    Hnnging is too good for them they should be castigated

    before they loose their marbles

  63. @Majority of One

    It ain’t no game. This is for real.

    当然。

    It’s hard to believe that kind of will to power exists on the freedom-loving side, who mostly want to grill n’ chill.

    Watching Uncle Sam’s Misguided Children wipe out the CIA would be a hoot, though.

  64. Fake Election EXPOSED in the Most Epic Testimony During the Election Hearings



    视频链接

    • 回复: @anon
  65. @Afterthought

    I think Sidney Powell should have a statue on Mt Rushmore if she pulls this off. RINOS are equally as bad as the commie paert, formerly known as the Democrats. JFK and Truman would be disgusted by todays D party. Hubert Humphrey would be disgusted by them.

    • 同意: Mikael_
  66. @Rex Little

    That Biden got so many more votes than Clinton is easily explained.

    Actually he got fewer votes than Clinton almost everywhere except in those battleground states where Biden won by the narrowest of margins and where fraud and election rigging is demonstrable on other grounds.

    When tractor-trailer loads of filled-out, mail-in ballots are shipped from New York to Pennsylvania in cloak-and-dagger circumstances, and Biden suddenly overcomes a huge deficit, you really don’t need to be a Sherlock-Holmes type to figure out how he ended up with more votes.

  67. Trickster 说:
    @gsjackson

    No AR15 reset.
    There wont be any coup
    No re-election…I regret
    Its all a lot of Poo

    Forget the revolution
    “NO WAY!” ” I must bellow
    Political evolution ?
    What an amusing fellow

    奶与蜜之地
    Has come and gone alas
    Our thoughts of change sound funny
    Like the fart from a worn out ass

  68. @Old and Grumpy

    Too many of those in DC actually approve of what Hunter did. Why os the pedophile creep Menendez still in the US Senate? Werent these the same clowns in the early 90s who gave a standing ovation to Mass congresscreep Gerry Studds for a homosexual relationship with a 16yo page? who tolerated Barney Franks boytoy Stephen Gobie running a pedophile ring out of the basement of Franks DC townhouse? Frankly, I think many of the “politicians” are jealous they ddnt get Hunters billion \$ Chicom bribe.

  69. Thomasina 说:
    @Ann Nonny Mouse

    No, she just hates cheaters, liars and frauds.

  70. @Anonymous

    you mention the Tides “foundation”. You know who there biggest funder is? Tereza Heinz Kerry, John Kerrys wife and the widow of the late Pa Senator John Heinz, who died when his helicopter got caught in the wake turbulence of a jet aircraft and crashed. the Heinz Co paid Terrible Teresa to go away, and she took her \$ and helped start the commie lover Tides foundation, just like Marc Rich helped Bubba start the Clinton foundation.

  71. Thomasina 说:
    @Ludwig Watzal

    “What did the heck happen to AG William Barr to declare no voter fraud? Perhaps it’s an indication of corruption up to the top.”

    Yes, it’s the Democrats and most Republicans. It’s the elite class versus the citizens.

    • 回复: @Ludwig Watzal
  72. annamaria 说:
    @Emslander

    Your supremacist hatred makes your slander unconvincing: Facebook bans The Unz Review https://voxday.blogspot.com/2020/05/facebook-bans-unz-review.html

    We also got your idea that any reporting must be ‘measured,’ that is, filled with the proper dosage of ‘good’ news and ‘bad’ news. Are your Jewish parents from the former USSR?

    “mindless attribution of all the corruption to Israel” — And what exactly are the virtues of this thieving and sadistic entity proud of being founded by the self-proclaimed terrorists? What has been preventing the rabid zionists in the US/EU/UK from a joyous relocation to the promised land of the state of Israel? I guess, the Jewish State suffers some deep ethical and cultural problems that make the State undesirable for those who want to enjoy the fruit of western civilization.

    It is the stunning stupidity of the Jewish Community at large, which alone can explain the continuous Jewish support for the Wars for Eretz Israel, including the attacks on the freedom of information and freedom of speech in the western world. Add to that the insane demands for unrestricted emigration — to the western world only; to preserve the questionable ‘purity of Jewish blood,’ the racist state of Israel deports brown and black people at once.

    The supremacist Jewish lunatics need to make a choice about which country to give their loyalty to. If the choice is Israel, the zionists should better relocate to the Jewish State and start implementing their revolutionary ideas there, for their own Jewish expense and away from western civilization.

    • 哈哈: Emslander
    • 回复: @Emslander
  73. @TKK

    No deus ex machina is coming to save the day.

    新的 解围 that could save the day is Russian or Chinese missiles.

    • 回复: @TKK
  74. MLK 说:
    @Tony Hall

    特朗普的滑坡遇到美国的选举欺诈政治

    Regardless of where you sit, or even what you might find it necessary now or in the future to say, you’re still breathing and thinking if you accept this rather obvious truth.

    You will note that no one is making an affirmative case that Sleepy Joe won the election. I mean in the traditional way it has always been previously done with forensics on the merits of the winning candidate and campaign, and demerits of the loser. All backed up with expert analysis of the vote.

    Instead, the monumental in our faces election fraud has been followed by the megaphone blaring non-stop that you better well not believe your lying eyes if you know what’s good for you.

    Despite modern media/social media, the American Project is not yet in uncharted territory in terms of disputed/contested elections. If you don’t believe me, do a little reading on 1800, 1824, 1876, 1960 and 2000.

    My essential point is this — anyone professing certainty about who will take the oath on January 20th is just whistling Dixie.

    It’s worth remembering that this election — which both sides asserted was “the most important ever” — didn’t resolve the presidency, the Senate majority, or even whether Pelosi will be Speaker in the next Congress.

    No amount of shouting and wishful thinking can minimize MAGA. Officially it’s 74M, and in all likelihood more than 80M. That reality explains why the establishment of both parties is trying to snooker Trump/MAGA into acquiescing to 1824 (“He can run again!”) at this early stage.

    While that might just be where we end up, some iteration of 1876, which includes Trump taking the oath again as a part of the grand bargain, is clearly in play.

    Trump brilliantly waited to lay down some markers. If he needs to he will concede only to outcome, not legitimacy. That’s 1824, with the (false, in my view) promise of an 1828 restoration for Trump/MAGA. But for a variety of reasons I won’t belabor at the moment, if Trump doesn’t take the oath in January we will be pulling from historical analogues much closer to the Civil War.

    Decide for yourself whether that turn of events should be labelled ‘uncharted territory.’

    Nothing is free in this world. If I’m forced to set-aside the uncertainty that is implicit in probabilistic forecasting, I would predict Sleepy Joe becoming president. Mostly because with age I’ve learned that when the stakes are high enough, and binary in the immediate, circumspection and even a rational avoidance of what’s known in markets as fat-tail risk goes out the window.

    • 回复: @follyofwar
  75. TKK 说:
    @Mikael_

    That’s exactly what I am saying.

    I am a small fish in a big pond lawyer, but I deal with Judges most days of my life.

    Save one who is now dead, I have never seen a judge who is not a self serving, cunning, two faced political critter.

    • 巨魔: Corvinus
    • 回复: @Mikael_
  76. AKINDLE 说:

    What a joke! This is just another one of Trump’s rich attorneys, just like his AGs. Pay off his porn stars. Rich do nothings. If Trump would of kept a pro White agenda instead of trying to be the African or Hispanic hero he probably would of won. Trump can suck it, I am glad his inflated ego took a hit. Maybe promoting black rappers and such makes you a disliked loser? Poor baby, nobody white in their right mind voted for him. I’m sorry Trumpie, Did I Hoit Your Feelings? Since his ego can’t take such a hit he now has to sue everyone under the Sun.

  77. It all comes down to this;

    Does Trump have the balls to declare martial law or not?

    I hope I’m wrong, but I bet that he’ll choose golf and retirement (neither of which he’s going to get once the Dems win) instead.

    • 回复: @Emslander
    , @Stonehands
  78. anon[218]• 免责声明 说:
    @anonymous

    (COG includes procedures for CIA to pick your rulers.)

    minor nit: CIA picks our “governing” elements. CIA itself answers to our “rulers”.

  79. nsa 说:

    “…there is reason to believe that China, Venezuela, Cuba interfered in the election……..
    What about North Korea and Iran? Better toss those treacherous Russkies into the mix also……they threw the 2016 election for poor widdle DiaperDonnie in 2016, but then the double-dealing slippery bastards helped throw it for JoeDepends in 2020. Electile Dysfunction is the new ED?

    • 哈哈: Stonehands
  80. @Thomasina

    Yes, the swamp in D. C. doesn’t know any party.

  81. Emslander 说:
    @annamaria

    As I say, bring on the obsessive compulsives. Only one explanation for all that is wrong.

    As for whether yours truly is a Jew, what is it about “my fellow Catholics” that is so hard for you to understand.

    Okay, now continue.

    • 回复: @annamaria
  82. Emslander 说:
    @Johnny Smoggins

    Does Trump have the balls to declare martial law or not?

    没有

    下一个问题。

    This speech is to be seen as Trump’s equivalent to the Eisenhower Military-Industrial Complex parting message and it will have the same effectiveness.

    • 回复: @Johnny Smoggins
  83. Mikael_ 说:
    @TKK

    Okayyy.
    Extrapolation sans limite.
    And you come to UNZ to read doom porn and share your nihilism / spread the misery around
    …or why exactly?

    • 回复: @TKK
  84. @TKK

    Do not fall for this false hope.

    According to one poll something like 30% of Democraps believe the election was rigged. If there are any Donks left with half a functional brain, they already know they’re dead in the water with #beijingbiden and #fakenggaharris.

    Trump-hatred is the only thing keeping the illusion of shitlib unity afloat, if they sacrifice that for a losing candidate backed by an even bigger loser they’re done for.

    The Democrap/Deep Shit’s lust for power is astonishing even to those of us who know better. A clear Trump victory now only means/meant, at best, 4 more years to prepare for war. Retardicucks are finished as of 2024 since Orange-Tweety Ego-Golfer-Kushner-Dupe did zip to stop the ongoing demographic terrorism.

    Had fkface biden won Florida I’d be more inclined to believe it was an honest win. The lack of Donks doing all they can to prove there was no fraud is proof enough they’re full of shit. War it is.

    • 回复: @obvious
  85. obvious 说:

    Another Karen (poor Karen my friend sorry) kvetching for attention. I heard her voice for 1.5 seconds and turned it off, not interested. HELLO DING DONGS: it is impossible to “steal” an election. The electoral process is POLITICAL and it is ALWAYS a political determination, not judicial.

    The State legislatures are perfectly free to divide the Electoral College Votes as they see fit. If it comes to the Constitution, how about the “theft” of one HALF the votes either way? The Electors must be apportioned according to the percentages, which is going to run about 50-50 overall, with some extra States throwing in their Senator Votes, tipping the balance one way or another.

    The inability of Moron America to follow it’s own vaunted much hallowed “constitutional” system is the root of the problem, which is just the symptom of your own well deserved malaise.

    • 回复: @follyofwar
  86. obvious 说:
    @Sick of Orcs

    Good thing you posted your war plans all over the internet, grumbling peasant. Of course the elections were “rigged”, but that’s literally just a means of reaching the same conclusion: the vote is 50-50 more or less and the “extra” votes counted for all the people (like me) who couldn’t get around to voting, or couldn’t bother (like me). I am THRILLED that somebody forged a vote for Biden in my name, and also giddy with pleasure at the sight of your writhing agony about a fairy tale.

    • 回复: @Sick of Orcs
  87. tomo 说:
    @RoatanBill

    Here is another ‘Freudian slip’ similar to Biden’s above – from a Prof of Medicine from Oxford Uni (who was involved in Pfeizer ‘vaccine’)-listen to him say how not all the population will be STERILIZED – only around 60-70%:

    it’s a short video (and the guy who interviews him is probably the most famous TV/ news personality in the UK: at least he was when I lived there

  88. Anonymous[290]• 免责声明 说:
    @TKK

    回复: https://www.unz.com/article/trumps-landslide-meets-the-politics-of-electoral-fraud-in-america/#comment-4320408

    A Biden Administration. “They said ‘Cheer up’, things could be worse.’ So I cheered up, and things got worse: the Biden Administration.

    Look at the situation on the ground, the problem is more than deep “unfairnes” and the re-introduction of privilege (lit is privi-> private, lege->law) for the nobles, “Quod licet jovi, non licet bovi”.

    The US civil and export sectors are grossly under-capitalized, the US labor force is de-skilled, the new immigrants are (mostly) low IQ, the armed forces urgently need recapitalization and re-skilling, the US deployment of forces is actually harmful to the US interest, China is a fierce competitor, the Europeans are worthless allies (in that their function is defending the Fulda Gap https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fulda_Gap through which Russian armies are not going to come), the entire West and its allies (even Japan) has become noncompetitive as compared to China and even India, we have incipient inter-ethnic armed clashes if welfare is reduced, and it finally appears that the US Dollar might lose its international reserve currency status thanks to modern monetary theory (MMT).

    Moreover, the cities are in the early stages of open revolt, everybody and every company with mobile assets and/or employment or even with the ability to hitchhike is deserting the cities. Those without mobility are being taxed out of existence or simply shut down until they go bankrupt. The urban areas are shutting down mass transit, which is as necessary for their workforce food, because it gets the money to buy the food. Electricity supply is becoming erratic, and the money to make it reliable is not politically available. The countryside is being flooded with urban refugees, many penniless, many young, who have little options beyond soldier or brigand.

    It’s almost a parody:

    The mighty tusks that fought in brawls
    of Mastodons – are billiard balls.
    The Sword of Charlemagne the Just
    is ferric oxide – known as rust.
    Great Caesar’s bust is on the shelf,
    and I don’t feel so well myself.

    And then, on top of that, last artistic touch, the outrageous and forthright theft of the 2020 Federal election delegitimizes Federal and some State governments in favor of an utter incompetent, a heavy-handed ideologue who believes in government by force to support cities, and a purblind and intensely stupid “Deep State” that believes only in itself. Trump might have pulled off an FDR and at least provided leadership that would have softened the transition, and still might if he manages to win, but I’m assuming a Biden Administration for this posted comment.

    A Biden Administration would have no choice but to strip remaining assets from the US hinterlands (Trump’s America) by force to provide urban areas (Biden’s base) with inadequate funds. After the first six months, the asset will be gone, the rest of the world will be busy fighting regional wars, and international trade will have declined sharply (as tourism already has). Intense poverty, US & worldwide, a Federal government that strips assets from its hinterlands until the cost of asset stripping exceeds the asset taken and it can’t pay the asset stripping forces, the hinterland electrical grids become less reliable than California’s are now. This would be followed by cutting the hinterland loose and an actual revolt of the cities as food gets shot and the local infrastructure fails. That’s a possible outcome now, if Biden wins.

    Implications: After WW II Western Civilization built a world that assumed the entire world would become industrialized, and that industry was so productive and well understood that it could be subjected to political control, that “we can do anything we can think of, so deciding what to do is more important than anything else”. Both assumptions failed, for Marxists and for all other forms of State control. Western governments, Western countries, and Western populations have been badly hurt in consequence, but still believe that political control might succeed. It cannot. Faith in political control as primary is a basic failure in Western Civilization, and will require decades (or maybe more) to correct. Biden’s victory, if he has one, would mean a decisive failure in political control as primary. A history survey a Century from now might read: “The USSR and the US, two examples of absolute political control after WW I, failed within 40 years of each other, each having lasted about 7 decades after adopting absolute political control of its civil economy (USSR: 1919, US: 1945).” I would add: In both cases, after 7 decades neither had enough of a civil economy left to support the national population. Nothing left to steal.

    • 同意: TKK, Alfred
    • 谢谢: annamaria
    • 回复: @Anonymous
  89. metternich 说:

    American political wrestling at its endpoint: all show and lies, no substance. Trump was a con man from the start, groomed by new york´s worst zionist slime and pimped by Adelson etc for this tedious 4year fake opposition diversion. They got bored with him and decided to dump him like a used condome. Powell?certainly a nice plot twist, dish out a few more fake blows and jumps while the actual show goes on undisturbed. trash entertainment of sorts, but not politics worthy of a country with selfrespect
    M

  90. follyofwar 说:
    @MLK

    It is ludicrous for Trump supporters to think that he should run again in 2024. Four years from now, Trump will be Biden’s current age. Who knows what his physical and mental state will be then, or even if he’ll still be here on earth. No, if Trump gives up the ghost now, assuming that there will be another presidential election in four years, the Republicans, if they even remain a major party, must turn the page and select a younger True Populist, which Trump is not. Hopefully there are a few out there with the courage to come forward.

    As for Biden being illegitimately sworn in on Jan.20, he may quickly find that it is a prize not worth having. Old corrupt white Joe, wearing his constant fear mask and promising yet more lockdowns, can only bring this fractured country together in his old man’s senile dreams.

  91. Hillaire 说:

    Ah, the puppet show plays on, further dividing, demoralizing and deflating the light of the not so free world..

  92. @brabantian

    why don’t Powell, Giuliani etc have a powerful website up presenting and detailing the fraud evidence in their court filings?

    You mean this website:

    https://hereistheevidence.com/

    Or perhaps you meant this website:

    https://everylegalvote.com/state/26

    或者这一个:

    https://www.joecheated.com/#h.94h2qpn2qbfx

    • 谢谢: Alfred
    • 哈哈: Corvinus
  93. RoatanBill 说:
    @Peripatetic Itch

    I think he’s just going to pass away some time after the oath of office. I think they may have it timed and they’ll make sure old Joe stays on schedule one way or the other.

  94. @Tucker

    同意任何抵制乔治亚州参议院投票的举动都将是愚蠢的顶峰。

  95. EXPLAINING GLOBALISM | RON UNZ & GUILLAUME DUROCHER



    视频链接

    • 谢谢: Dieter Kief
  96. follyofwar 说:
    @obvious

    This whole circus could have been avoided if all states voted like Maine and Nebraska. Their EC votes are divided by who wins the House district, plus two for who wins the state overall.

    For example, in my home state of PA, Philadelphia County, (who engaged in the worst of the fraud), would only receive a few votes, not determine who wins all 20 or so EC votes. (Most of PA is Red.) This would eliminate the serious problem of voter disenfranchisement that you bring up.

    There are tens of thousand republicans in the three Pacific Coast states who currently have no reason to vote in presidential elections, other than voting for their House candidate, if there is one. The same applies for democrats who live in Red States. The EC is completely broken in its current form.

    • 同意: Joseph Doaks
    • 谢谢: obvious
  97. DinoN 说:

    Hi Americans! This morning I got out of bed and looked under it. What did I see. A Russian, a Chinese, an Iranian, a Syrian, an Afghan, an Iraqi and others that I couldn’t recognized. After this I couldn’t eat my breakfast.

    • 哈哈: follyofwar
    • 回复: @Trinity
  98. @Ron T

    Described as a Troll by a highly respected observer from north of the border; Ron T. makes a whole series of arguments based upon a single premise—‘”CONSPIRACY THEORISTS”. Read through the numerous paragraphs he presents and see how many of them do NOT include that magickal phrase he constantly and consistently employs. This tells me that this poster is either (1. a media-mesmerized moron stenographer of “garbage in-garbage out”–monkey see, monkey say– or (2. specifically employed as a disinformation presenter.

    All well-studied and deeply informed Americans full well realize that the term “conspiracy theory/theorist” was first employed in common usage by journalists OWNED by the spy Agency. This explosion of “conspiracy theory” memes on the part of stenographer-“journalists” was engineered after the American public went all cynical about the Warren Coverup Commission’s “magic bullet theory” fingering a self-described patsy, but alleged single shooter of JFK on 11-22-63 in Dallas. Careful and diligent researchers have determined that Kennedy was stricken by at least TWO. bullets fired at him from in front. The 6th floor of the Texas School Depository Building was what the alleged “authorities” claimed to be the site used by the “lone gunman”. This building was BEHIND the presidential limousine.

    Most diligent researchers have concluded that it was the CIA, utilizing contract killers, was the primary perpetraitor of the assassination. Also closely implicated in the killing were the Joint Chiefs of Staff under Tribalist Lyman Lemnitzer; LBJ, a massively ambitious prostitician with a strong Tribalist bloodline; the FBI, under self-hating drag-queen J. Edna Hoover; the I\$raelis, all pissed at JFK for preventing them from acquiring nuclear weaponry and last, but definitely not least, the Bankster Cabal headed by the two leading Crime Clans, the Rothschilds and the Rockefellers.

    Should Ron T choose to meet my challenge herewith stipulated, I will be delighted to totally demolish any argument he should opt to throw out there.

    • 同意: John Fisher, TheTrumanShow
    • 回复: @John Fisher
  99. follyofwar 说:
    @Tucker

    I watched most of their Georgia pep rally yesterday. Lin Wood is certainly a dynamic, compelling speaker. As you say, he’s been advocating for Trump supporters to boycott these runoff elections, as they’ll be subject to the same fraud as the presidential one. I think his logic is self-defeating, and might ensure two democrat wins. But, unless I missed it, I haven’t heard Sidney calling for the same thing.

    What was most troubling in that Breitbart article you reference, is that Wood has a history of supporting democrat candidates with donations. And it said that he voted for Obama twice. Who knows, maybe he’s had a midlife conversion because of Trump. By his rhetoric it does appear that Wood is ready to overthrow the system. The republic cannot be saved by the ballot box.

    • 回复: @The Real World
  100. Curmudgeon 说:
    @Majority of One

    Yes, I understand that Dominion has an office in Toronto, but it also has an office in Denver CO, and from the looks of it is a subsidiary of a US based firm. The shell may be in Toronto with the decisions made in the US. Spadina is not what one would consider the main corporate business district, even at its closest part.
    The issue is who owns Dominion. It happens to be a New York based private equity company.
    https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/dominion-voting-systems-acquired-by-its-management-team-and-staple-street-capital-300681752.html
    https://gellerreport.com/2020/11/look-who-owns-dominion-voting-systems-politically-motivated-private-equity-ny-hedge-fund.html/

  101. @GeeBee

    Of all the postings on Unz Review I have read over the years, this monograph by Gee Bee stands out in both quality of exposition and readable clarity. My thanks and kudos to this erudite individual who has distilled the qualities of the primary struggle of this age of dissolution and despair.

    He rightly points the finger at the underlying agency for cultural devolution—rationalistic materialism and all its works and all its ways–a total denial of the spiritual (not necessarily religious, per se) basis for an organic, holistic and harmonic society which axiomatically would feature a form of hierarchy based on a combination of merit and virtue as against greed and self-interest.

    Gee Bee correctly points that communism and capitalism are anything but polar opposites, rather a pair of peas in the same corruptive pod. Writ simply, this battle is the ancient one between the aggrandizing evil of the Archons of destruction versus the qualities of honesty, truth, honor, beauty and love which represent the Tao of traditional East Asian culture and the Red Road spirt-path of Native Americans and all traditionalistic cultures.

    As a theoretical conceptualizer of meta-political awareness, my first Gold Star for long-developed realization of the causes and effects of this war for the minds and hearts of humankind, goes to GeeBee for his contribution to our understanding of the “grundlage” or foundation of this deliberately occulted and occluded battle.

    MOST HIGHLY RECOMMENDED: A must-read and read again. Absorb GeeBee’s words and thoughts. My thanks for rarely heard words of understanding and wisdom.

    -Majority of One

    • 同意: John Fisher, TheTrumanShow
    • 回复: @Wally
    , @Mikael_
    , @GeeBee
  102. @Emslander

    I know you’re right but do you think he and his family really understand that they’re having all their assets seized and they’re being sent to prison once he throws in the towel?

    You’d think that would be a motivator. Surely he’s not stupid that he thinks he’ll be safe once he leaves the WH.

    • 回复: @Emslander
  103. @GeeBee

    Excellent…thank you! I’m sure I would have appreciated your de-platformed site

    只有一个狡辩:

    These began in England in the mid-seventeenth century

    I would say the revolution began in England more than a century earlier. As EMJ likes to say, the Reformation in England was simply a massive looting operation.

  104. Emslander 说:
    @Johnny Smoggins

    He’ll have more legal expenses, but I think he knows they can’t find any reason to seize assets or imprison him. Anything can happen, but a man like Trump has most likely been lawyered up in public and private life. Everything becomes an arguable proposition if all your assets are protected by proper legally defensive structuring. That’s why the Clinton Foundation will never be prosecuted.

    In addition, he’s got banks on board with every investment. If you’ve ever got a mortgage, you know that the bank makes sure that your leveraged assets are protected from everything.

  105. Tony Hall 说:
    @Robert Snefjella

    Thanks Robert Snefjella. As I worked on the essay in recent days I felt one of the most significant and underreported topics in what I discovered was how the COVID-19 media-induced hysteria has been so essential in setting up the United States for wholesale rigging of this presidential election. The same media screaming the loudest about supposed “spikes” in “cases” (based on a PCR testing procedure that is totally ineffective) are the same venues saying, don’t you dare look into the claims of the crazy people who are claiming election fraud has taken place on a massive scale.

    I find important the line of analysis being pursued by Phill Kline who calls attention to the fact that Zuckerberg forked over \$400,000,000 million to enforce and exploit all the COVID relaxations and eliminations of old rules designed by wise people to protect election integrity. Who is Zuckerberg really and who does he work for? Who actually created Facebook and for what ends? Who and what does Facebook serve now? Why are Facebook and Google not subject to anti-trust interventions in order to restore the principle that the Internet is a public resource not subject to private ownership and control.

    Anyway, the nefarious way the COVID-19 con is being worked by the usual suspects who control the “news” should be subject to major skepticism and scrutiny right now.. Like so many other areas of this massive scandal, the political applications of the COVID scam to election rigging should already be subject to investigation by the “criminal justice system.” I appreciate seeing the attention you have brought to this subject with your comment Robert Snefjella.

    In my view, all news reporters using the hackneyed, non-sensical “conspiracy theory” meme as a short form command that one should not pay attention– that one should look the other way– call attention to the possibility that journalists in question are possibly knowing participants or inadvertent dupes in genuine conspiracies.

  106. @follyofwar

    一些东西:
    — I’m not aware of any place where a person can look-up who someone voted for. So, it’s a big stretch for BB or anyone to claim they know who Wood did or didn’t vote for for POTUS in any election.

    …except…

    — I lived in GA for over 2 decades. It is a state, like some others (annoyingly), whereby you can only vote in the primaries if you are registered to a party (and I believe you have to vote that party ballot). I never claimed a party affiliation while living there so, I never voted in a primary. Given Wood apparently did vote in some primaries of the last 20 years and the article said he did request Dem ballots, then it is a reasonable deduction that he voted for Obama.

    — Some random pieces of info about Wood that are worth factoring to some degree, anyhow. He had a seriously troubled family life, growing up. An alcoholic father who regularly beat his mother that eventually resulted in her murder when Wood was a teen. His father was convicted and I believe Wood had to then go live with relatives.

    It seems that he may struggle with mental illness; possibly bipolar. There were MSM articles in the last year of unhinged Twitter meltdowns, all of his attorney group quitting and then suing him for withheld monies. I think those lawsuits are ongoing.

    He seems very smart and with alot of spine but, if the bipolar thing is correct, it throws a total wild card into what you can expect from the guy….which is to say: 任何东西。

  107. @obvious

    You didn’t vote? Then you and your opinion don’t count, literally.

    • 回复: @Justvisiting
    , @obvious
  108. Three things have been made very clear in the course of these investigations:
    1.) There has been an “unpresidented” (smiley here) degree of rigging and stealing in these elections that would make many a banana republic dictator blush.
    2.) If this is not rectified, the political structure of the US loses all semblance of legitimation domestically, and what still remains of its reputation abroad.
    3.) The Powers That Be just don’t give a hoot for either of the above, they will continue on this course anyway and get every Trump supporter at least removed from office, preferably jailed on allegations of perjury (I cannot see any other reason why, for example, in Michigan they tried to get Giuliani, acting in his capacity as attorney, under oath).
    Which, together, makes for very bleak prospects. In the long run even for the groids and the capital-letter perverts, since the parasite usually dies with the host.

  109. @Sick of Orcs

    I have not voted in decades, and I am _proud_ of it.

    Why? Because every single scumbag I know on this planet says I _should_ vote.

    They also say I _should_ be vaccinated.

    They also say I _should_ believe the mass media.

    Frack ’em all.

    • 哈哈: obvious
    • 回复: @Sick of Orcs
  110. anonymous[378]• 免责声明 说:
    @Sulu

    This may be the final piece of criminality from the Jews that wakes the slumbering giant known as the White race.

    Who, the feckless-cunt whitevil race?!

    Ahahahahahaha!!!

    The satanic vermin who are “lions” against the weak, and limp noodles against those who have the potential to crush their literally impotent nuts?

    • 巨魔: Sulu
  111. Rurik 说:
    @Tony Hall

    Why are Facebook and Google not subject to anti-trust interventions in order to restore the principle that the Internet is a public resource not subject to private ownership and control.

    https://www.rt.com/usa/508402-trump-veto-ndaa-section-230/

  112. Alden 说:
    @utu

    That’s a very good point. I always look at who’s really behind something even before I look for who benefits.

  113. @Majority of One

    This tells me that this poster is either (1. a media-mesmerized moron stenographer of “garbage in-garbage out”–monkey see, monkey say– or (2. specifically employed as a disinformation presenter.

    Agreed! And these tell-tale signs of disinformation are showing up in the comment sections of other UNZ articles as well. It seems the techniques are to bury commenters with mind-numbing statistics, minutiae, and gobbledygook, with an occasional dash of faux sincerity, oh-so-genuine concern, and do-gooder-isms.

    The priority issues at the moment appear to be (is no necessary order):

    1. COVID
    2. 疫苗
    3. 选举舞弊

    And the goal is by all means to deflect from the reality:

    1. Hoax
    2。 毒
    3.犯罪

    • 回复: @Majority of One
    , @Notsofast
  114. This thread is pure COPE. I am totally convinced that Gen Z is right to laugh at their grandparents on TikTok. You guys are, as they say, “cringe”.

    Some boomer-brain worm highlights:

    -Biden will be arrested as he takes the oath of office
    -Sidney Powell and Rudy will be assassinated by the deep state
    -Massive election fraud was somehow OK in 2000 when Red Team won, but when Blue Team does it, you are all suddenly patriots eager to save the Republic.

    “Please ensure that the Oculus Rift Virtual Reality goggles are lowered below the brim of your MAGA hat”

    Hasbara agents have worked you all up into a frenzy over nothing. You vote in elections, and Israel decides the winner with a cabal of interested Imperial Satellites. Everything else is pure bread & circuses.

    • 巨魔: Peripatetic Itch
  115. 我仍在等待特朗普直接向 JB 发布推特,声明:

    “乔,你不会逃脱的”

    与所有民主党人一样,JB 是一个尿裤子的懦夫,他需要直接面对并意识到他的骗局不会成功。

    关于 SC:除了 Thomas 和 Alito 之外,我不信任那里的任何评委,如果我站在 DT 的立场上,我估计会输在那里,因此他必须采取不同的方向来努力纠正这种可怕的情况。

    AJM

  116. GOP controls legislatures in WI, MI, PA, and GA, so they have final say in vote cert and selection of electors. They hold the high cards, BUT THEY WILL FOLD INSTEAD, because RINO-CUCK inc. hates Trump and is taking orders from their (((donors))). They’re backstabbing scum.

    • 同意: GazaPlanet
  117. @Thomasina

    The whole world is watching the corruption unfold.

    The non-white world is watching this pathetic drama play out with great amusement. May it entertain us all for the next 4 years, and even beyond.

    As for your no-less-evil brethren sodomites elsewhere, they must be squirming with shame (if they had any) witnessing the farce of “civilised” whitevil democrazy being denuded.

    No imaginable ill is too overwhelming for the most evil entity on earth. It deserves all of this and much much more.

  118. Black Swan or Black Buzzard?

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

    The two big disasters of 2020 were the Covid Fiasco and BLM Riots. Even though the latter ultimately proved to a liability for the globalists and Democrats, it did make Trump look weak and ineffectual. Also, it likely shaved points for Trump among both blacks and white supporters. As Democratic leaders made a big show of Afromania(as compensation for mass immigration, mass incarceration, and mass gentrification that made blacks increasingly skeptical of the Democratic Party — indeed, blacks kept voting massively for Democrats in 2008 and 2012 because of Obama who used a black mask to push for globalist policies that had little benefit for blacks), surely many blacks decided to stick with the Party as it pulled all the stops in Negro-Deification. (Floyd Worship is like defecation-deification, i.e. pretending that shit is gold.) As Trump was banking on increased black votes, he felt compelled to compete with Democrats in shamelessly pandering to blacks, with the effect that it alienated certain hard-right white elements. No wonder Trump’s share of votes went down among the all-important white-male category. Still, BLM riots hardly proved to be a net plus for Democrats as, despite mass media propaganda, so many Americans could see that it had gotten totally out of hand. (BLM might also have pushed certain browns into the Trump Camp out of ethno-envy. Browns are better-behaved than blacks, but why do blacks get all the love from Democratic leaders?)

    In contrast, the Covid Hysteria was a huge loss for Trump and cost him the election(though it was likely mass fraud that finally pushed Biden over the finish line). Trump ran on the economy, which was massively inflated but nevertheless produced record low employment rates and higher wages. If not for the ‘pandemic’, Trump surely would have won the 2020 election with even more black and brown votes.
    But even more dire than the economy, the crooked media and corrupt medical community pushed the Narrative that Trump was entirely to blame for all the deaths when, if anything, the Democrats and big city ‘liberals’ had also been like deer in the headlights. Trump was Covitler. It also gave white ‘liberals’ to virtue-signal with masks, a way of saying “My mask protects me from the disease of Trumpitis.” And the depressed economy cost Trump votes among blacks especially. And among older people, a key demographic for him. But worst of all, it meant massive fraud could be carried out under unprecedented policies and lack of oversight.

    Now, one might say both Covid and BLM were Black Swan events. Almost no one predicted or anticipated any such in previous years. As Trump were preparing for the election in 2019, no one on his team thought something like the ‘pandemic’ and ‘peaceful protests’ would become the center and back of the Narrative(and even world events as whatever big that happens in the US has seismic effects all over the world). They underestimated the extent of Jewish Pathology in pulling any crazy stunt or dirty trick to get what they want. (While some nutty Muslims did 9/11, Israel knew all along and nudged the terrorists along behind the scenes. Once Jews became secular, they came to worship their own power as the new god, and that means they deserve neo-yahweh-like powers to do ANYTHING to get what they want. They even sided with quasi-nazis in Ukraine and supported ISIS in Syria. Like Madeleine Albright said, it’s even worth killing half a million Arab kids.)
    According to Nassim Taleb, future predictions and/or sense of security/confider are misplaced because people tend to project current trajectories into the future without taking into consideration Black Swan events that come out of the left field with knockout effect. For instance, no one in 1900 foresaw something as devastating as World War I(that in turn spawned the triumph of Bolshevism and rise of Nazism). And almost no one in the early 1980s predicted the sudden collapse of the Soviet Empire(and the the system within Russia as well). And the world was taken aback by the Great Economic Meltdown of the 2008. Some might the election of Trump itself was like a Black Swan event.

    But were Covidysteria and BLM genuine Black Swan events? Or were they Black Buzzard events? Though they seemed black-swannish to most people, was the globalist cabal prepped(if not exactly planned)? For example, even if the globalists didn’t release the virus to frighten and manipulate the masses, they saw an opportunity when it began to spread in China. They knew they could make it seem much worse than it actually was to shut down the economy(which was Trump’s best chance of re-election), increase state power, and blame Trump for all the problems. They were likely prepped and searching for an opportunity to hype like WMD fears.
    Likewise with BLM craziness. Surely, the globalists didn’t foresee that some Fentanyl junkie dying in the custody of cops in Minneapolis. They didn’t plan it but were nevertheless prepped to fully exploit such an incident were it to happen. After all, what was the main worry among Democrats? Record number of blacks might vote for Trump because he cut down immigration and increased employment & wages for blacks. And he’s just trashy enough to appeal to a certain segment of the black community. If Bill Clinton was the ‘first black president’, Trump was the ‘first ni**a president’. So, how could the Democrats ensure black loyalty to the Party? By obnoxiously spinning a black death as a case of white-police-genocide, ritualistically pandering to blacks on bended knees, and accusing Trump’s America of all the ‘hate'(even though most dead blacks happen in ‘blue cities’).

    Swans usually stay in the water. They don’t fly unless they have to. In contrast, the (turkey)buzzards soar high in the air in the lookout for feeding opportunities. And when they spot one, they swoop down and gobble it up. If indeed NO ONE foresaw the two disasters of 2020, they would indeed be Black Swan events. But if the globalists were prepped and eagerly looking for opportunities to turn 2020 into the year of brimstones/hellfire and locusts to undermine and unseat Trump, then they were Black Buzzard events. It’s as if the elites are playing the ‘mothman’, in which case we might call 2020 disasters the Black Moth events(but that would be giving the elites too much credit. Hardly mysterious or mystical, they are more buzzards driven by devious but primal appetite for power and control).

    From MOTHMAN PROPHECIES


    John Klein: Last week my friend got a strange phone call… from an entity… a spirit, whatever. It seemed to know everything.

    Alexander Leek: Like God?

    克莱因: It made predictions that came true? – Yes.

    Leek: If your friend thinks it’s God he spoke to, he’s off by more than a few degrees.

    克莱因: Then how do you explain that it knows everything?

    Leek: Look at that(pointing to a skyscraper). If there was a car crash blocks away, that window washer could likely see it. That doesn’t mean he’s God… or even smarter than we are. But from where he’s sitting… he can see a little further down the road.

    • 回复: @Majority of One
  119. TKK 说:
    @Johnny Smoggins

    That wold be MAD- mutually assured destruction.

    Putin is far too savvy!

    I don’t know about Pooh Bear.

  120. TKK 说:
    @Mikael_

    If you are looking for salvation and hope from the American legal system- I feel for you, Brother.

    To be sure- I am just being intellectually honest.

    • 同意: Peripatetic Itch
    • 回复: @Mikael_
  121. Wally 说:
    @Jake

    说过:
    “The number of Republicans who are directly and indirectly involved in election fraud is almost as high as the Democrat number.”

    Got names and details?

    我以为不是。

  122. anon[321]• 免责声明 说:

    Sidney Powell would help her case a lot more if she stops naming all the foreign countries involved. I mean how many countries has she named now? Venezuela, Iran, China, Cuba, Serbia, Germany, Canada…how many more? The more countries she names the more deranged she sounds.

    I want Trump to win this because I want a clean electoral process. But honestly the Trump admin is not going to be all that different from Biden. We’ll get the same deep state swamp appointed to the DOJ-CIA-FBI, Pentagon, DHS, and all of Trump’s cabinet, the same Ziocon foreign policy, the same Wall Street friendly economic policy. Biden will let in more asylum seekers and illegals, but Trump did nothing on H1b and other legal immigration for 4 years. His favorite GOP senator Mike Lee (R-UT) finally got his Indian green card giveaway bill S.386 passed with unanimous consent last night in the Senate, which will give 100% of all employment based green cards to Indian nationals only for the next ten years, and scrap the 7% per country limit of the annual 1 million green card allotment. Not a single GOP senator stood up to stop it. Now watch, Trump will happily sign it into law.

    Meanwhile, Indians voted for (D) at 76%. Indian politicians, esp. the women, are some of the most vocal progressive nuts, like Pramila Jayapal and Kshama Sawant from Seattle. Indian journalists are just as left wing. The “conservative” ones like Nikki Haley are just dumb shabbosh-shiksa. Even as we speak, Kamala Harris’ sister, her daughter, Kal Penn and a bunch of Indian actors are working to rile up all the Indians in Georgia to vote (D) in the January runoffs.
    https://www.breitbart.com/entertainment/2020/12/03/harold-kumar-star-kal-penn-teams-with-kamala-harris-sister-to-push-south-asian-voters-in-georgia/

    This article in the Occidental Observer today talks about crazed Indian women politicians in the UK working as shabbosh shiksa, just like here I guess:
    https://www.theoccidentalobserver.net/2020/12/03/hate-filled-hindu-priti-patel-is-sycophantic-to-jews-psychopathic-to-whites/

    Importing Indians is a terrible idea. If Indians are really that smart, India wouldn’t be the mess it is. In no time they will turn the US into a corrupt, filthy, crime-ridden third world hellhole like India. Mike Lee is a treasonous rat who deserves to face the firing squad for what he just did to this country.

    • 巨魔: Corvinus
    • 回复: @Cowboy
  123. I just read a headline on a far left forum today that stated, “Americans have never had less support from Washington”… Below the headline, ONLY Republicans were pictured with President Trump. Funny I thought that Washington had DEMOCRATS in it also. It is in fact, Pelosi and the democrats that have been holding up so called corona virus checks. The democrats keep rejecting that much needed money to ask for hundreds of billons of dollars more to bail out the utter mismanagement of blue states controlled by the democrats..

    • 回复: @Supply and Demand
  124. Wally 说:
    @Majority of One

    说过:

    “Gee Bee correctly points that communism and capitalism are anything but polar opposites, rather a pair of peas in the same corruptive pod.”

    不,他没有。
    Your point makes zero sense in lieu of the fact that Communists always try to destroy / overthrow capitalism. Which of course would not happen if they were “a pair of peas in the same corruptive pod”.

    推荐的:
    资本主义与社会主义/共产主义: https://www.lewrockwell.com/2019/03/no_author/socialism-for-dummies-and-nature-for-the-savy/
    特朗普宣布“共产主义受害者国庆日”。:
    https://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2017/11/07/national-day-victims-communism
    Venezuela, Communism a disaster as usual: https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-02-21/venezuela-was-my-home-and-socialism-destroyed-it-slowly-it-will-destroy-america-too

    • 回复: @Majority of One
  125. Mikael_ 说:
    @Majority of One

    Actually I strongly disagree with GeeBee.
    It is difficult to make a concise counter argument to the flood of information bits he wrote.

    As I understand it, Marx took Feuerbach and added some messianic part towards a “classless society” to it. While Marx was likely driven somewhat by envy, I believe his main goal was to undermine and destroy [Christian] religion.
    Which brings me to the most obvious deficit in GeeBee’s comment: the absence of religion, or for atheistic-inclined people “commonly agreed-upon highest values” in his analysis, and even more important how those values get handed down to the next generation. That last point also being the worst overlooked aspect by Kant.

    All that and much much more can be found in “The Crisis of Modernity” by Augusto Del Noce.

  126. http://voxday.blogspot.com/2020/12/what-evidence.html

    17,327 people who voted in Michigan have OBITUARIES.

    Is this true? Can anyone verify this?

    If true, when did zombies get the right to vote?

    The Right of the Living Dead?

    • 回复: @Justvisiting
  127. Mikael_ 说:
    @TKK

    Hmm, the smell of overly righteous attitude in the evening… even wrapped in “intellectual honesty.”

  128. Skeptikal 说:

    “In my view, the now public evidence pointing to a compromised relationship of Joe Biden with the CCP is much more compelling than any characterization of Donald Trump as a dupe of the Russian government.”

    And don’t forget that Fauci also has a compromised or, at the least, murky relationship with China via his funding of the Wuhan Laboratory to conduct research outlawed in the USA by none other than Barack Obama. He and Biden are quite a duo.

    Let’s not leave Fauci out of the overview of corruption at the top and throughout the system!!

  129. R2b 说:
    @Tony Hall

    Trump is Israeli puppet.
    好吧。
    So where do you go from that?
    Well, first of all, its show-biz.
    You are all supposed to be angry at democrats-rats.
    And the demos have your hate fake speach to point to, and linger in leftist trenches.
    Ok, get it?
    All you puritans, cant you scramble a party.
    Orrepublicansorwhatever.
    Re publi cans.
    You are all pushed.
    Fake opposition.
    Is there someone above producing it, with actor smooth voice????
    Na, cant be.
    Ey?

  130. botazefa 说:
    @Lee

    Texas refused to use their systems https://www.sos.texas.gov/elections/forms/sysexam/dominion-d-suite-5.5-a.pdf

    I’ll quote from that here:

    Specifically, the examiner reports raise concerns about whether the Democracy Suite 5.5-A system is suitable for its intended purpose; operates efficiently and accurately; and is safe from fraudulent or unauthorized manipulation. Therefore, the Democracy Suite 5.5-A system and corresponding hardware devices do not meet the standards for certification prescribed by Section 122.001 ofthe Texas Election Code.

  131. R2b 说:
    @Tony Hall

    Trump is Israeli puppet.
    好吧。
    So where do you go from that?
    Well, first of all, its show-biz.

    [更多]

    You are all supposed to be angry at democrats-rats.
    And the demos have your hate fake speach to point to, and linger in leftist trenches.
    Ok, get it?
    All you puritans, cant you scramble a party.
    Orrepublicansorwhatever.
    Re publi cans.
    You are all pushed.
    Fake opposition.
    Is there someone above producing it, with actor smooth voice????
    Na, cant be.
    Ey?
    -------
    Ok, I’ll slow down.
    I saw and listened to Trump’s most important speach today.
    45 minutes version.
    我喜欢它。
    He is nice.
    他是对的。
    There is fraud.
    我相信这个。
    But but but.
    He is lame.
    And strong.
    Lame building fence
    Strong boosting Israel.
    What do you make of it.
    Well, incongruent.
    So are we now to long for, and love this unfairly treated President of The United States.
    The Father figure, so many young need.
    And what do they get.
    Ok, so now you just must understand.
    Go back to Church.
    And drive the zionists out.
    Our Father that is in heaven…

  132. Many Americans are either willfully or without much thought, allowing the left and far left in this country to usher in the destruction of the U.S. by rejecting the form it has successfully operated in for two hundred years. The left will not be happy,until the ultimate authority for the governance of the U.S. is the U.N.

    • 回复: @obvious
  133. @Sulu

    You are absolutely right. The Jews have been trying to take over the world for the last three thousand years, as documented in From Yahweh to Zion by Laurent Guyenot. Read it and understand what is happening to the US.

    • 同意: GazaPlanet
    • 谢谢: Sulu
    • 巨魔: Corvinus
  134. Cowboy 说:
    @anon

    There is already too many of these purple people dot head bug eating nasty vermin in our country. Seems every gas station/convenience store, shady motel, or liquor store is owned by one of these creatures. Lee must be bending over for his mormon tech buddies. Didn’t this shit stain senator say he wasn’t running for reelection? Cashing out now I reckon.

  135. @John Fisher

    Thank you, John: That analysis would sway the balance beam heavily downwards towards the realm of disinformation specialists. If you are marking, logging and slotting these individuals ,it might make for an extremely interesting expose of the entire schemata. Were it to be well-crafted as an essay it might possibly catch the interest of Ron Unz. If not, perhaps Brett Redmayne-Titley could assist you in connecting with an alt-site which would happily give you the exposure.

    It is becoming ever more clear to me that if those of us who are standing up for our original (pre-ruptured) Republic were to form an informal consortium of truth-tellers and exposers of the Deep \$tate’s interference patterns; we might help engender some much-needed victories in this war for preservation of human liberties.

    • 回复: @John Fisher
  136. @Priss Factor

    I have no information on numbers, but it is clear _why_ there were many “dead voters”.

    We now know there were vote harvesting “boiler rooms” that collected (publicly available) information on who was registered in 2020 and compared that list to who actually voted in 2016.

    They then generated fake ballots for the 2016 non-voters (figuring most would not vote in 2020) to be “mailed in” by various means.

    Obviously a subset of those 2016 non-voters were either dead then and/or are dead now!

  137. obvious 说:
    @Sick of Orcs

    Voting has aught to do with “opinions”, which are just another consumer fairy tale. This is exactly what I meant by “the inability to follow a political process”. It is not about OPINIONS which are just like ASSHOLES we all got one.

    Nov 4th is the day you became an Important Hero, good for you! Anyway the Democrats did my voting for me, so that “opinion” was definitely counted. Remember? The ballots you are complaining about because it was all “stolen”. Well they stole a few of my votes, and I give them permission too. Enjoy

    • 回复: @Sick of Orcs
  138. GazaPlanet 说:

    And people wonder why there was the Gunpowder Plot and the St. Bartholomew’s Day Massacre.

    Before Simon de Montfort who established the House of Commons, there was Simon de Montfort who launched the Albigensian Crusade.

    • 回复: @obvious
  139. @Priss Factor

    Priss: Interesting concept of Swan vs Buzzard. It might fly. Perhaps you will decide to brush up on your semantics, though. Communications battles are won on a regular basis by use of semantics. Examples: “Lone Gunman”—quite possibly a victim of source to skull psychotronic weaponry. Yes, Virginia, the intel schemers can literally “broadcast” ideas or even actions into your head.

    Example Two: “Nineteen Arabs with boxcutters”. Uh-huh. Those guys could not even get certified for 2-engine Cessnas, to say nothing of huge passenger jets.

    Example Three: “National Security”. That’s a great one. It has nothing to do whatsoforever with the security of the nation—WE THE PEOPLE–but rather with those who are regularly screwing us and who don’t want to get caught if their secrets get out. Why do you think that whistleblowers are getting taken down all over the place and why Julian Assange is being wrongfully tried? It’s all about the semanticists mislabeling their nefarious sabotage of our liberties as “national security”.

    So it all bounces back to you, Priss. You used the term “Democratic” Party. Indeed, that’s what they prefer to be called. Semantics again. There’s nothing democratic about the whole lot, twice stealing the nomination from Bernie, if you can imagine that, first for Hillarious and then Bidin for some time in the sack with Kamala’s Foote.

    Democratic, etymologically, would mean favoring the rights of the “demos”—the people. See where I am going with that? All major decisions by that party are made by the DNC (Democrat National Committee) who sit like RCA’s old nice doggie, Nipper meme, crouched humbly and listening to “His Master’s Voice”. Now I’m quite certain you know where I’m headed.

    Though they take orders like all loyal minions of the Bank\$ter Cabal, the DNC (much like their kissin cousins, the RNC) are petty satrap dictators when it comes to the commonality in the ever deluded Democrat party.

    Thus, I’m hoping in further essays that you will avoid like the plague calling them Democrats. They do not favor true democracy and thus are the DEMOCRAT party. Thanks in advance. – M.o. O.

    • 回复: @Priss Factor
    , @gay troll
  140. Corvinus 说:

    显然,这件作品的作者已经被编程了。

    https://www.eipartnership.net/rapid-response/repeat-offenders

    我们发现的三个惯犯账户代表右翼、党派媒体(Breitbart、The Gateway Pundit 和 Just the News),一个账户 Josh Caplan 是 Breitbart 的编辑。 这些帐户通常比转发或去上下文化内容更进一步:它们还重写了最初由其他媒体报道的新闻故事,并以新的且经常具有误导性的党派框架重新发布它们。 在我们分析的故事中,这些媒体修改了标题并添加了句子,以表明个别选举和邮件的违规行为代表了普遍存在的欺诈和选举不确定性。 这些媒体是我们数据集中其他新闻机构的异常值,因为它们都出现在我们分析的许多不同事件中,并且它们的内容经常在 Twitter 上广泛共享。

    这些党派媒体中最重要的是 Gateway Pundit 和 Breitbart。 这些网站分别在 21 起事件中的 19 起和 43 起被引用,使它们成为我们数据集中引用最多的网站域的第一和第二名。 在所有事件中,Breitbart 被转发超过 151,000 次,Gateway Pundit 被转发超过 117,000 次,在我们分析的所有网站中再次排名第一和第二。 他们在 Twitter 上广泛分享了多个故事,其中来自 Gateway Pundit 的 10 个故事达到了超过 1,000 的总转发量,来自 Breitbart 的六个故事达到了相同的阈值,在我们的数据集中再次排名第一和第二。 只有 12 家其他媒体有不止一个这样的故事,其中 8 家也是党派网站,几乎没有原创报道(Just the News、The Sara Carter Show、The National File、The Epoch Times、The Federalist、 汉尼提网、杰弗里·洛德和华盛顿考官。

    “25 月 XNUMX 日在美国佐治亚州亚特兰大地方法院提起诉讼,西德尼鲍威尔辩称,“有无可争辩的物理证据表明投票机和软件的物理安全标准遭到破坏,并且投票机违反了互联网连接州和联邦法律的专业标准。”

    不完全是。

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/2020/12/01/swing-state-counties-that-used-dominion-voting-machines-mostly-voted-trump/

    对10个主要州(亚利桑那州,科罗拉多州,佛罗里达州,乔治亚州,密歇根州,明尼苏达州,内华达州,北卡罗来纳州,宾夕法尼亚州和威斯康星州)进行的审查发现,在351个县中的731个县使用了自治系统。 特朗普赢得了这些县中的283个,占总数的81%。 他赢得了不使用Dominion系统的79%的县。 在使用Dominion系统的县中,拜登获得888,259票,而特朗普的851,069。 在不使用自治领系统的县中,拜登的投票数为1.54万,而特朗普的投票数为1.52万。 换句话说,如果您淘汰了每个使用Dominion系统的县,那么拜登市仍将获得更多选票。 拜登赢得了使用Dominion的县的整体得分,相比于他在非Dominion的县中获得的0.5点的优势,他们总共赢得了约74,000点的……特朗普之所以只输了,是因为Dominion投票系统使宾夕法尼亚州输了,这一点必须与特朗普实际上赢了的事实相一致。在使用Dominion系统的县中有更多的选票(在这些县中击败Biden约154,000票),但由于在非Dominion县中被XNUMX票击败而使州败北。 威斯康星州也是如此。

    Addressing claims of fraud…

    This source is a news report about a woman who was concerned about “ballot envelopes visibly identify the voter’s party affiliation”. Except it is a code to make sure the people get their ballots for the proper primary according to Florida State Law. There was no proof here that the ballots themselves were compromised or discarded by election officials. In other words, it is “suggested” that “possibly” there was some sort of malfeasance. So, while a concern about this labeling is legitimate, it does NOT constitute evidence in a court of law of voter suppression, tampering, or removal.

    https://justthenews.com/sites/default/files/2020-11/JessyJacobAffidavit.pdf

    This source shows an affidavit. The person says “I directly observed, on a daily basis, City of Detroit election workers and employees coaching and trying to coach voters to vote for Joe Biden and the Democrat party. I witnessed these workers and employees encouraging voters to do a straight Democrat ballot. I witnessed these election workers and employees going over to the voting booths with voters in order to watch them vote and coach them for whom to vote.”

    这个人提出了指控。 那不是证据。 如果这个人提供了音频或视频记录,那将是证明。 因此,此人将在法庭上接受盘问,以确定其信誉。

    There are dozens of similar instances by which a person says that they saw something illegal. But the collection of these examples does not mean without question that voter fraud occurred. Rather, these cases have to go before a court of law to determine if the claims can be clearly substantiated by other people who witnessed the same thing and/or physical evidence. So in the case of this person, what other co-workers witnessed it? These allegations have to be substance, not style.

    Of course, the huge numbers of absentee votes have thrown conservatives for a loop, because they’ve made the vote counting process much less intuitive than it was in previous elections. The procedures for counting the absentee votes vary substantially between states, between counties in the same state, and even between municipalities in the same county. So the timing and granularity of vote count reports was different from one place to the next, generating suspicion and confusion.

    这种混乱加剧了,因为只花了更长的时间来计算大量的这些选票。 在选举日突然之前无法计算缺席选票的法律更为相关,并导致报告延误。 实际上,其中一些“深夜选票”是从法律允许他们开始计数起就开始连续工作的大量人计算的选票的报告。 他们花了很长时间才完成。

    The real story may turn out to be that mass absentee balloting is just inherently better for the Democrats. It will be hard to put that genie back into the bottle. [And] Trump knew that the mail in votes favored Democrats so even before the election he started sowing [doubt] about them, knowing that in the swing states he would “win” on election night and then lose later on once the absentee ballots were counted.

    The problem with this is that, despite all the hand waving, no one has any substantial proof that this actually happened on a large scale. If there was some kind of vast conspiracy, someone would have talked by now. All the “evidence” offered by Trump and by conspiracy theorists here and elsewhere has not really panned out or was just blowing smoke to begin with. It is desirable to yell the election was stolen since it keeps the angry base more inclined to give donations.

    The fact of the matter is that had Trump received more mail-in ballots than Biden, his supporters would be touting its merits. But somehow we are to believe that this process is significantly flawed. Do not forget it was this method in a special election for Congress in California in 2020 that helped Republicans capture a seat previously held by Democrats. How? By advertising the right to vote and making sure their voters had access to mail-in ballots.

    https://nymag.com/intelligencer/2020/05/how-did-republicans-win-a-california-congressional-election.html

    Assuredly, mail-in voting has been and is a legitimate way to express our franchise.

    https://time.com/5892357/voting-by-mail-history/

    As TIME reported in its recent roundup of state laws for voting by mail in 2020, five states were already holding entirely mail-in elections before the pandemic—Colorado, Hawaii, Oregon, Washington and Utah. Twenty-nine states and Washington D.C. allowed “no excuse” mail-in absentee voting, and 16 states allowed voters to cast a ballot by mail if they had an excuse. In the 2016 presidential election, about 1 in 4 voters cast their votes via ballots mailed to them. Despite claims of vote fraud when voting is conducted outside of polling places, only 0.00006% of the 250 million votes by mailed ballots nationwide were fraudulent, according to MIT political scientists who analyzed numbers from the Heritage Foundation’s Election Fraud Database.

    In addition, scholars at Stanford University’s Democracy and Polarization Lab analyzing 1996-2018 data in three of these universal vote-by-mail states (California, Utah and Washington) didn’t find vote-by-mail advantaged one political party over another—contrary to President Trump’s claim that Republicans would never win an election again if vote-by-mail programs expanded—and only found a “modest increase in overall average turnout rates.”

    https://www.brennancenter.org/our-work/research-reports/why-vote-mail-option-necessary

    Won’t fraud discredit elections where vote by mail is widespread? No. There is no evidence that voting by mail results in significant fraud. As with in-person voting, the threat is infinitesimally small.

    As Sen. Michael Bennet of Colorado reminded President Trump after he opposed vote by mail on fraud grounds, “Mr. President, we’ve had vote by mail in Colorado for years. We don’t have fraud. But we do have the second highest turnout in America.”

    • 不同意: Justvisiting, anarchyst
    • 巨魔: GeneralRipper
  141. Corvinus 说:
    @Mick Jagger gathers no Mosque

    No, he will not invoke the Insurrection Act or declare martial law. You are being duped.

  142. @Wally

    Wally. Please make your own arguments. Links are okay by me if they actually do more than buttress a shallow-perspective argument. You need to hit the books, man. Your perceptions apparently have yet to catch up to your heart, which does appear to be in the right place. From ages of 17-22 I was a gong-ho Goldwater conservative and favored the U\$ military and sicced them on those nasty commie rats. At 76, now, I’ve had a chance to round the block a few times. Thus, my political perceptivity has emerged from stage two (macro-politics) through mega-politics (third stage) and now have developed a meta-political point of view.

    My take on GeeBee is that he is in an elevated level of meta-political understanding, with a sound and thoroughly researched schooling for his foundation. Both communism and capitalism spring from a spiritually void dimension of rationalistic materialism. Come to understand those principles and your level of conceptualizing something of what Bismarck called “Realpolitik” will slide effortlessly into place. But first, you need to hit those books. Re-read GeeBee and search through his references. They make a great launching pad for depth of political perspective.

    • 谢谢: Skeptikal
    • 回复: @GeneralRipper
    , @Mikael_
    , @Wally
  143. @Tony Hall

    Thanks Tony, and I agree with your remarks and here are a few of my own inspired by this question of yours:

    Why are Facebook and Google not subject to anti-trust interventions in order to restore the principle that the Internet is a public resource not subject to private ownership and control.

    When I was young, words such as ‘the common good’,’ the public interest’, ‘public servants’, public utilities’, ‘the country’s armed forces’, public lands, and so on were much used and broadly understood, and perhaps unwisely were assumed as permanent sensible aspects of a democratic polity.

    The word ‘monopoly’ was best represented by a board game of that name, but much of the public had somehow learned the lesson that a monopoly whatever else it was – was in part always a danger.
    The words monopoly and totalitarian are kindred. In the same vein, conglomerations of corporations under unified ownership were understood as not in the best long run interests of the broad public or of the country.

    The idea of ‘privatizing’ public utilities was pretty well absent from political discourse.

    But how things changed. I won’t go through a long list, except to note that it is my understanding that some of the American generals far afield have in recent years employed private guards, and while I’m not sure of this as fact, I have read that Trump has employed some of his own private security alongside the Secret Service, with the latter’s reputation especially stained by participation in JFK’s public execution.

    So the intrusion of Zuckerberg’s vast private fortune into the quintessential public ritual, the election process and count for public office, can be seen as yet another part in a vast increase in recent decades of the intrusion of private elite money, private elite influence , private elite power, private elite censorship, private elite dishonesty, private elite advantage, private elite profit, into the commons, the public realm. And at great cost to the public interest, and even, at the moment it seems to me, at our great peril.

    It is ironic that a billionaire business man winning the presidency should be perceived by such a large assemblage of ‘top dogs’ as an existential threat to their ‘monopoly’.

    The ‘meaning’ of Trump – and here I am not pretending to know his actual personal motives or intentions – is that he has thrown a dizzying array of proverbial ‘monkey wrenches’ into the System of Power that he was inserted into. While telling many lies, exaggerating much, and probably misunderstanding much, he has also been the greatest truth telling political leader of our time. He has thrown the bs prescribed international political narrative into a tizzy.

    His main contribution to truth and the possibility of societal reconstruction has been his continual honest and derisive depiction of mass media – liars and fake news. But there have been so many other verbal volleys wreaking havoc on polite scripted sensibilities.

    So, for example, he nailed Canada’s Prime Minister Trudeau with the apt description “very dishonest and weak”. Unheard of diplomatic behaviour, but oh so true. Trump aptly termed the annual war games off North Korea “provocative’, to howls of outrage. He refused to go along with the climate change psyop, to howls of outrage. He said mean things about European countries re NATO. He described US wars abroad, wars he very well knows are for Israel and profit and Empire, as – ill considered – harmful, wasteful, destructive, foolish, to howls of outrage.

    Trump mused quite correctly that hydroxychloroquine could be very helpful re the new bio-weapon, and drew howls of outrage. Adam Shiff, prolific political purveyor of the disingenuous, becomes “Shifty Schiff.” And so on.

    A few years ago I wrote a piece ‘JFK and Solzhenitsyn’. In it I noted that the Soviet Politburo was faced with a greatly discomfiting dilemma over whether to allow the publication of “One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich”, the S’ novella about one person’s day/life in the gulag. The problem was that carefully maintained USSR false ‘narratives’ were inconsistent with the Denisovich tale. If a novella can make tyrants quake, how solid is the ground they have built their house on?

    Trump has til recently been hated so much by the powerful because he doesn’t play by the elite prescribed bs narratives. And for all his faults, in part because he alone was willing to blurt out unscripted truths, and unscripted tweets, the public by the tens of millions warmed to him. So as with Denisovich, if one Trump can make the powerful, the billionaires, so uncomfortable, how solid is the ground they are standing on?

    • 谢谢: Majority of One
    • 回复: @Tony Hall
    , @obvious
  144. @Majority of One

    “Nineteen Arabs with boxcutters”

    Hitting the Pentagon building makes me wonder.

    I figure someone with rudimentary flying skills could hit the WTC.

    But to hit the pentagon building with a huge airplane flying at that speed, you really gotta know what you’re doing. Either the Muslims were first rate amateurs or just plane-lucky(pun intended).
    Could it have been remotely controlled? Probably not as that would have been even harder.

  145. If you cherish your American history and freedom, and are puzzled as to how to proceed, your best immediate course of action would be to grab your gun and go kill your local Democrat official.

    LOL

    • 同意: Emslander, Poco
    • 巨魔: obvious, gay troll
    • 回复: @cylindrical crown
  146. @Justvisiting

    I respect your freedom of choice not to vote but there’s a price to pay for it. All those tyrannical governors currently pushing #covidhoax were elected, your local yokels too. What is your purpose for hanging out at unz if you don’t care enough to vote?

    • 回复: @Justvisiting
  147. @Corvinus

    Death to your kind.

    Death to the Left and their children.

    • 同意: Poco
    • 回复: @gay troll
  148. @obvious

    First, I apologize for my previous comment to you, and I do respect your right not to vote.

    I consider voting an important civic duty. The problem with not caring is these elections have real world, legal consequences for all of us. Public opinion is also real, voting is but one facet of it.

    It appears there does exist evidence of voter fraud, how serious remains to be seen.

    As for your claim of identity theft via using your name on ballots, if they indeed stole your vote before you had the option of giving proxy consent, it’s a crime.

    • 回复: @obvious
  149. Tony Hall 说:
    @Robert Snefjella

    Thanks Robert. That’s thoughtful commentary on the creep of private monopolies over almost every element of our society, including, we can now clearly see, even the process of voting.

    Imagine the power of Bill Gates with his hundreds of billions derived initially from his lawyers’ efforts to exploit IBM’s need not to extend its highlighted monopoly into home computers. With his purchase of the likes of Neil Ferguson and Imperial College and hundreds of other scam artists playing the role of “scientists,” Gates and company was able to make his vaccine promotions through COVID scare-mongering the monopoly narrative of media companies and the governments that media companies can easily make or break. The monopoly of Gates and co. was made to extend even to his more or less purchasing the World Health Organization. Its chilling to contemplate the purchase of a major component of the United Nations to promote a business scheme of the world’s main promoter of mandatory cradle to grave vaccines, depopulation, and AI to advance the integration of humans into the robotization of nearly everything. That’s a big part, I believe, of how the media was made to become the purveyors of the COVID con that continues day to day to provide the pretext for deterioration of the human condition. This handing over of the ship of state to multibillionaires like Soros or Zuckerberg or, or, or has to stop.

    The first priority has to be to seize back the instruments of communication from the monopolists busily engaged in taking control of the Internet.

  150. gay troll 说:
    @TKK

    The only thing Trump did was triple down on Obama’s economic policies. The DJIA nearly doubled from November 2016 to November 2020. Wall Street was all over his administration. You think they’re displeased with him?

  151. gay troll 说:
    @GeneralRipper

    Lol and you call yourself a Christian. Lucifer wants me to remind you that Jesus said to never resist your enemies, but to love your enemies, in fact to love everyone on Earth as if they were your neighbor. If you want to kill your enemies and their children then you can just follow the Old Testament instead of pretending to care about the New. Maybe you’ll even get your new temple some day. Shalom.

    • 巨魔: Mikael_
    • 回复: @GeneralRipper
    , @Miville
  152. There was Watergate.

    Now, there is Waterbreak.

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/12/georgias-governor-kemp-going-now-georgia-results-signed-off-invalid/

    Then today we found out that individuals stuck around in the Atlanta Center on election night after the 水管断裂 occurred and everyone else was sent home.

    • 哈哈: James Speaks
    • 回复: @Justvisiting
  153. @Sick of Orcs

    I live in a lefty state–all of my Congressmen, Senators and Governor are my enemies and want to steal as much of my stuff as they can while viciously attacking me and people like me.

    My vote won’t change that.

    I accept the world as it is.

    One of my many joys in life is speaking my mind to those who might listen to me.

    They are found in many places, including here.

    • 回复: @Corvinus
    , @Sick of Orcs
  154. @Majority of One

    Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other…John Adams

    You folks better get your inner hate and pagan on, cuz these people are looking to CRUSH you and your kind. And they will laugh about it.

    • 巨魔: gay troll
  155. @gay troll

    Christian men and some women are the greatest warriors the world has ever known, faggot.

    “不要以为我来是为了给地球带来和平。 我不是来带来和平,而是一把剑。

    You are a sick filthy pervert. Deserving of slow painful death.

    • 回复: @gay troll
  156. obvious 说:
    @GazaPlanet

    Because Catholics are piece of shyte Devil worshippers

    • 回复: @GeneralRipper
  157. @Dr. Charles Fhandrich

    Pelosi is trying to back up the entitlement train on Americans. She is helping while Mitch stonewalls.

    What you have to realize, Good Dr., is that America is made up of more “takers” and less “makers” because baby-boomers enthusiastically voted for the hollowing out of American industry.

    The best hope most people — especially the youth — can hold onto is that they can squeeze out some additional benefits from the Israeli-Industrial complex that is 2020 America.

  158. Anonymous[285]• 免责声明 说:

    There won’t be a happy ending for Americans. The virus is doing its job of charging up Americans for the final conflict with China. The fraud is just icing on the cake. Add to that many here seem to think all elections that came before were somehow legit. You don’t remember when Bush stole 2000 and somehow after that we got 9/11? It’s over.

  159. obvious 说:
    @Sick of Orcs

    Voter fraud is impossible in this system, only the State Legislatures have the power to appoint Presidential Electors, and only the appointed Electors have the power to vote for President. The popular vote is just taking temperature, and the results are close to perfect in that sense. Nobody got a false read out of the exercise, it’s 50-50 more or less.

    Anybody who wants to poll the 538 Presidential Electors will have no problem ascertaining their votes. And if any Senator with any Representative wishes to challenge a State Electoral Vote, they just have to petition the Senate. Amendment 12

    • 回复: @Sick of Orcs
  160. obvious 说:
    @Robert Snefjella

    It is ironic that a billionaire heir 偷窃行为 the presidency should be perceived by such a large assemblage of lower average morons as 练习 存在 表现幻想世界. For the first time in American history, a nation of 70 year old magatard children thought they had “won” a board game in their mind.

    FTFY

    • 同意: Supply and Demand
    • 回复: @Majority of One
    , @Mikael_
  161. @Peripatetic Itch

    不不不。

    Biden will catch COVID or pneumonia at the swearing in ceremony in January. He’ll be placed on a respirator and pass away a month later after a valiant struggle against his respiratory ailment.

    Of course, his funeral march down Pennsylvania Ave will be reminiscent of the one received by JFK, albeit, sans little John F. Kennedy, Jr. And, they’ll keep his casket on the rotunda while all his commie supporters file by to pay last respects, (shouldn’t take more than fifteen minutes, but they’ll put the tape on continuous play for the remainder of the week. Or, maybe they will insert adoring mourners crying their eyes out like when Kim Il-Sung and Kil Il-Jong passed away well before their time.)

    • 回复: @Peripatetic Itch
  162. aspnaz 说:

    Bezos owns the WaPo, Bezos owns Amazon, Amazon imports billions of dollars of goods from China into the western world (USA, EU, etc) at very low cost. Why would Bezos support manufacturing of goods in the USA at higher cost? That would put a severe dent into his European and USA businesses and would curtail his attempts to rule the world. Why blame the MSM? It is the likes of Bezos that have ruined the US economy and corrupted the government. Don’t blame some inept tool in a newspaper or television station, those guys control nothing, they are just the friends of the bully.

    Other example are the owners of the tech businesses, they are the ones to blame, not the idiots running around rioting of screaming for rabbit rights.

    It is not the MSM, it is the billionaires.

  163. @Tucker

    真的。 但相对正常的人会在 XNUMX 月 XNUMX 日成群结队地投票,共和党人将击败沃诺克。 与 Ossoff 的比赛可能会以任何方式进行。

    我敢打赌共和党人会以 51-49 的比分保住参议院。

  164. annamaria 说:
    @Emslander

    Relax. The sane people on this Forum — on The Uz Review Forum — never forget the special role of non-Jews like Cheney, Clintons, Obamas, Bushes, and such, in destroying the US from within.
    By the way, why are you here on this Forum if you despise the honorable Ron Unz so much?

    • 回复: @Emslander
  165. gay troll 说:
    @GeneralRipper

    GenitalRipper, your lot are no warriors, they are cowardly torturers and assassins. Just because Jesus Christ wields a sword doesn’t mean he wants you to. That’s the whole point! He tells you not to resist your enemy because he is your enemy, and he came to strike you down like the naughty Jew you are.

    Looking forward to your inevitable reply; I know you get paid by the post.

    • 巨魔: GeneralRipper
  166. A headline on a far left forum printed a story today whose title is, “Republican judges choose Constitution over Trump”. That’s pure B.S. since it’s well known that hundreds of Republican judges, also choose globalism that hurts Americans in hundreds of ways, over Americans best interests. Judges are whole problem in this country. They have way too much power and since the left controls all of the big institutions in the U.S. today, it’s easy to see how Republican judges are not a reliable source of justice. The U.S. Constitution is thus in extreme danger today. This means that the traditional rights and privileges of Americans are in danger as well.

  167. Notsofast 说:
    @John Fisher

    i assume you may be talking about “that would be telling” and “lady theo” on the mike whitney’s last article “why you should skip the covid vaccine”. at first i was amused by their gas lighting but as their posts piled up (twbt in particular) i began to see it in a different light. this seemed to be an attempt to dominate the narrative and guide the discussion in the direction they desired. added to this the fact that the uk has just mobilized the 77th brigades defense cultural specialist unit in order to stamp out anti-vax propaganda on line seems a suspicious coincidence. i just checked and twbt is posting on that thread just 2 hours ago, he seems to be the energizer bunny. this could be the great reset in action, the resetting of our minds. i worry about the links these “people” provide in their information blitzkrieg and i wonder if there is any way unz.com can insure that these are not trojan horses. i think about scott ritter having child porn uploaded to his his computer to discredit him for his courageous attempt to stand up to the neo-con war machine. i agree with majority of one, that cataloging suspicious commenters might prove interesting although in this new age of ai it may well be impossible now.

    • 同意: Emslander
    • 回复: @Emslander
    , @John Fisher
  168. @Supply and Demand

    I couldn’t agree more with you. I also agree with your view of Mitch “mumbles” McConnell. The guy is one big sham. He is to put it simply, another “finger to the wind”, conservative. He’s been ZERO help to President Trump the last four years. Now, he got re-elected and will abandon Trump faster than a woman who married for money and isn’t subject to a prenuptial agreement.

    • 回复: @Lee
  169. Anonymous[290]• 免责声明 说:
    @Anonymous

    Well, turns out I wasn’t the only one thinking that political control over commerce should be replaced. Pres. Trump’s court appointments have started to pay off. The Supremes, or four of them anyway (more than enough for a quartet) think likewise!

    Four judges on the US Supreme Court want to revive the “non-delegation doctrine” of constitutional law interpretation. (https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2020/12/supreme-court-gundy-doctrine-administrative-state.html)

    Sounds innocent, but it’s not. Ever wonder how the EPA is able to pass “regulations” and bring Federal court cases for violation of same? I mean, the “regulations” are not laws, because not originated in the Legislative Branch. Same thing for Executive orders. One would expect them to be valid for employees of DoD and the Executive Agencies, but not anybody else. Answer: the law making authority is delegated to various Agencies, who then make regulations that amount to non-legislative law.

    [更多]

    You can get the history of the delegation of law making function doctrine in T. J. Lowi, 自由主义的终结:美利坚合众国第二共和国 , 1st ed. 1969 (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_End_of_Liberalism). Lowi was a Liberal who was appalled at the doctrine, which he thought ceded too much power to the various regulatory bodies.

    Very briefly, the Progressive run Legislative Branch found itself in over its head when muckraking books like 八爪鱼丛林 pushed it into writing legal limits for very large parts of commerce and for very large business concerns. Legislative Branch tried, looked ridiculous, and ran. As it left the scene, it gave full authority to groups of “experts” who specialized in the regulated industry, and did so by writing a very general set of ultimate objectives for the expert groups and granting the full power of law to whatever the experts had in mind. The Interstate
    Commerce Commission (ICC) was the first such agency. The growth of Executive Orders (EO), as i saw it happen, was simply a power grab modeled after the Congressionally created agencies, a power grab that the other two Branches did not strongly dispute because the had no idea of what to do and hoped the EO would save the US and shield the other two branches from blame should things go wrong (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Imperial_Presidency).

    Of course, under Progressive rule led to regulatory capture of the agencies (experts came from industry and then returned to industry, following industry interests while in the agencies), and so things remained until the 1960s, when suddenly the new regulatory bodies were given almost no guidance at all except for very general rules like “clean up the environment” and no definition of terms. As far as its mission statement went, the EPA could have been anything between a janitorial service and a Skynet (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Skynet_(Terminator)) as some of the Deep Ecology faction suggested. The agencies went from regulatory capture to ideological capture, from domination by experts to domination by ideological visionary power grabbers. One well known example, of course, is the Federal Drug Administration after the Thalidomide debacle (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thalidomide_scandal).

    The above situation is why H. Clinton could say, quite accurately, that “We have to pass the bill so that you can find out what is in it, away from the fog of the controversy.” The bill set up yet another agency with a vague mission statement and no definition of terms. When H. Clinton spoke, the agency was not set up, and it was not known how it would interpret its mission statement or what powers it would grab.

    So the “non-delegation doctrine” says “Congress, you’ve been doing it wrong since the late 1800s. We’ve had enough horrors. Nice try, but no cigar. Pass laws, don’t created agencies that can pass laws for you. Let the 法院 and litigation define the law’s application in areas you hadn’t anticipated, or write new laws for the unanticipated areas, but don’t unleash any more organizationally amplified and government backed fanatics that destroy entire sectors of US business and can’t be stopped, diverted, or even slowed down.

    Predictably, the Left, which supplies most of the ideologues, is appalled. Slate.com (op. cit.) says the non-delegation doctrine will paralyze government by making Congress actually cope with monitoring the effect of the laws it has passed, and if necessary revising these laws. I, personally, think that might be a feature rather than a bug. If nothing else, the non-delegation doctrine would mean the end several extensions of government supervision into civil life that have proven disastrous.

    Among other things, the non-delegation doctrine would eventually end detailed Federal control of business activities, just from the sheer magnitude of the task. That’s the turning point (actually a simple reversion to 1800s economics) that I was anticipating in my original post (https://www.unz.com/article/trumps-landslide-meets-the-politics-of-electoral-fraud-in-america/#comment-4320408).

    • 同意: eD
    • 谢谢: Alfred
  170. Corvinus 说:
    @Justvisiting

    “I live in a lefty state–all of my Congressmen, Senators and Governor are my enemies and want to steal as much of my stuff as they can while viciously attacking me and people like me.”

    Sounds very dramatic. Perhaps you should make a one person play about your experiences. Bring your soap box and tinfoil.

  171. @Supply and Demand

    C’mon boys! Let’s give em’ the cold steel!

    • 巨魔: gay troll
    • 回复: @Corvinus
    , @Rufus Clyde
  172. niceland 说:

    Is Sidney Powell non-partisan?

    从文章引用:

    “My intent,” Powell assets, “has always been to expose all the fraud I could find and let the chips fall where they may—whether it be upon Republicans or Democrats.”

    真的吗?
    Read the opening paragraph of this article.

    I want the American public to know right now, we will not be intimidated. American patriots are fed up with the corruption from the local level to the highest level of our government. We are going to take this country back. We will not be intimidated. We are going to clean this mess up right now. President Trump won by a landslide. We are going to prove it. And we are going to reclaim the United States of America for the people who voted for freedom. — Sidney Powell, Washington D.C., 19 November, 2020

    Yeah, Tump won, and voting for him equals voting for freedom. These inconsistencies do not instill credibility. Neither does her overblown confidence before she has accomplished anything. Release the Kraken!? We are in the comic books now?

    It gets worse with accusations of foreign influence from… Venezuela of all places. With the communists pulling the strings for Biden!?

    Are we supposed to take this seriously? Like the Russian influence of the last election perhaps?

    If this was my Lawyer I would consider my self in deep trouble. What happened to: speak softly and carry a big stick? Sorry in my books there is something off with this lady.

    I can’t comment on election fraud. But keep in mind incompetence is given in the process and can perhaps explain some of the anomalies. Or: “never attribute to malice that which is adequately explained by stupidity”.

    • 回复: @bjondo
    , @Tony Hall
    , @obvious
  173. Stonehands 说:
    @Johnny Smoggins

    Trump’s not going to declare Insurrection; nor will the rule of law be enforced in my state PA.
    The Supreme Court will PUNT, citing some obscure catch-22 procedural error.

    • 回复: @anon
  174. bjondo 说:
    @niceland

    Planned, coordinated, intentional anomilies/fraud
    do not point to incompetence.

    Never blame stupidity when there is malice.

    5个舞会

  175. Fovouring?

    Stopped reading right there. About 1% of the way through the article, it would appear.

  176. @Priss Factor

    I figure someone with rudimentary flying skills could hit the WTC. But to hit the pentagon building with a huge airplane flying at that speed, you really gotta know what you’re doing.

    Especially hard to do it without leaving a wake vortex in the exploding fuel cloud.

  177. Corvinus 说:
    @GeneralRipper

    Go right ahead. You seem so eager. Why don’t you lead the charge rather than ask others to do your dirty work for you?

    • 哈哈: GeneralRipper
    • 回复: @gay troll
  178. anon[211]• 免责声明 说:

    Your final question answers itself:

    没有

    https://patrickwyman.substack.com/p/dont-quote-laws-to-men-with-swords

    This is a state that has pissed its legitimacy down its leg. Any significant reform will put an end to the USA. There is nothing of the US worth preserving.

    America is a perfectly good land mass with well-meaning, downtrodden peoples. The USA is a worm bolus in everybody’s guts. Poison it and shit it out.

  179. gay troll 说:
    @Priss Factor

    WTC7 was even harder to hit than the Pentagon, because they had nothing to hit it with. What a way to pick up a spare!

    In 1999’s seminal film 矩阵, we see that Neo’s passport expires on 9/11/2001.

  180. gay troll 说:
    @Corvinus

    Because he is an agitprop spewing shill.

    • 巨魔: GeneralRipper
  181. Reg Cæsar 说:

    Many of the election machines were provided by the Canada-based company, Dominion voting system…

    Chinatown Toronto, to be exact. Shares a floor with Tides Foundation Canada, which claims to be separate from Soros’s US-based Tides Foundation. Only “inspired” by it. TF-US is in San Francisco, where money beds tech.

    This beast could get away with a few slaps on the tentacles. The head is well-protected.

  182. anon[321]• 免责声明 说:
    @Stonehands

    The Supreme Court will PUNT, citing some obscure catch-22 procedural error.

    I suspect John Roberts will let this drag past 12/19 and let the electors certify the election result, because he is gutless, he fears a reprisal from the woke mob. What he doesn’t get is, if he doesn’t act ASAP, Dems will win the last 2 senate seats in GA with the same dirty tricks and pack the court, rendering him and the 5 conservative judges completely powerless.

    But maybe that’s what he wants. I have long suspected John Roberts is a liberal in disguise. His recent rulings on immigration, LGBTQ are proof enough. He has gone over to the dark side. Now he just wants to be popular with the media and the left, eff conservatism and eff the law.

    • 回复: @Gizmo880
  183. @My SIMPLE Pseudonymic Handle

    Biden will catch COVID or pneumonia at the swearing in ceremony in January. He’ll be placed on a respirator and pass away a month later after a valiant struggle against his respiratory ailment.

    Maybe yes, maybe no. But if you follow the great Saul Alinsky, as many Dems do, you’re probably thinking about the political advantages of the various scenarios for the Biden/Harris transition. A scenario like yours will not persist in the public consciousness for much more than the week or two of the ceremonies. A scenario like mine, if it can be credibly pinned on a died-in-the-wool MAGA adherent, will create a pretext for a huge campaign of (let’s call it) ethnic cleansing. The George-Floyd riots were just the warm-up to what they really want.

    If you want to know how false-flag operations work, you need to make a study of them and entertain a high suspicion of events that lead to mass retaliations. Some revisionist historians, for instance, cogently claim that the English Gunpowder Plot of 1605 was a false flag carried out as a pretext for the campaign of killing and persecution that followed it.

    You can’t prepare for and counter a false-flag operation unless you can anticipate it.

  184. Reg Cæsar 说:
    @Corvinus

    The procedures for counting the absentee votes vary substantially between states, between counties in the same state, 乃至 between municipalities in the same county.

    Which our Supreme Court recognized as unconstitutional 20 years ago. Procedures have to be consistent across an electorate.

    There is no evidence that voting by mail results in significant fraud. As with in-person voting, the threat is infinitesimally small.

    The French and the Finns disagree. They require any absentee ballots be mailed from outside the country.

    Electronic systems are in even worse repute in northern Europe. Ask 德国 supreme court.

    The Constitutionality of Electronic Voting in Germany

    Electronic Voting Banned in Germany

    If it doesn’t work in Hämeenlinna or Hamburg, why would we trust it in Philadelphia?

    • 回复: @Corvinus
  185. Lee 说:
    @Dr. Charles Fhandrich

    The good Dr.said:

    (McConnell)

    He’s been ZERO help to President Trump the last four years.

    Really, how about the 300 odd federal judges and 3 SC picks that he helped get through??

  186. Gizmo880 说:
    @anon

    A more likely explanation is that he is simply compromised. Unless I am mistaken, the first instance of his breaking from his conservative past was his vote in favor of Obamacare. That was, without a doubt, the signature piece of legislation for President Obama, and there is nothing the Left would not have done to assure it’s survival.

  187. Russ 说:
    @Tucker

    现在开始变得清楚,鲍威尔和伍德一直是被植入整部戏剧中间的敌人鼹鼠

    我不在格鲁吉亚。 两位 GOPe 在位者是否一直在为#StopTheSteal 竞选? 或者他们是否在特朗普背后偷笑,因为一旦这位业余政治家离开宾夕法尼亚州 1600 年,华盛顿的职业生活会好多少? 当然,佐治亚州的 GOPe 州长和州政府似乎愿意对特朗普大加指责。

    参议院或没有参议院,如果傀儡师成功地在宾夕法尼亚州 1600 安装断脚布林基,不管威拉德罗姆尼是从多数还是少数立场向他的左翼主人鞠躬,反正一切都结束了。

  188. anon[321]• 免责声明 说:
    @Priss Factor

    The guy on the bottom right doing his talkover is soooo annoying! I wish he’d just shut up. Is there a clip where we can watch without his commentary?

    I could only watch half of it because he’s so annoying. But what I heard is enough to convince me that this election is a major sham. Detroit, Milwaukee, Atlanta, Philadelphia, what do they have in common? Blacks in this country are so brazenly corrupt they are turning us into Africa. Trump let all their criminals out of jail. He is part of the problem!

    • 同意: GazaPlanet
    • 回复: @Justvisiting
  189. @GeneralRipper

    You just led the greatest imaginary charge in the history of the interwebs. So very brave!

    • 巨魔: GeneralRipper
    • 回复: @GeneralRipper
  190. gleongelpi 说:

    如果欺诈的证人必须受到保护,那么从哪里自愿呢?

  191. 嗯嗯……嗯嗯。 给我一笔。 这就是我所说的阴谋论。 我必须在这之后换我的马裤。

    查韦斯的导师之一是菲德尔·卡斯特罗(Fidel Castro)。 古巴革命是在游击战和军事掌权的基础上建立的,但查韦斯政府以及委内瑞拉的尼古拉斯·马杜罗政府一直依赖并且继续依赖选举的结果。 这些选举是诚实进行的,还是委内瑞拉选举像当前的美国选举一样腐败和不诚实?

    希德尼·鲍威尔(Sidney Powell)倾向于将其对委内瑞拉的共产主义制度等同于对Dominion和Smartmatic操纵选举制度的对抗。 两家公司都与委内瑞拉的创始人保持联系,至少西德尼·鲍威尔(Sidney Powell)认为,两家公司都受到其社会主义治理制度起源的影响。

    鲍威尔提出了一个案例,即2020年美国大选包括古巴和中国共产主义政权的有目的干预。 考虑到特朗普政治平台的核心内容,鲍威尔关于所谓的干预美国选举中共(CCP)的不成熟论点尤其令人担忧。 特朗普的主要政治目标之一是恢复美国的制造能力,这一能力大部分出口到中国,并拥有数百万个体面的工作。

    我把它装裱起来,挂在我的耶稣、雨果·查韦斯、艾哈迈迪内贾德、莱西·查伯特、2Pac 和约瑟夫·斯大林的照片旁边。

    停止吸烟 da kracken crackaz。 晚安,谢谢unz

    • 哈哈: Ron Unz
    • 回复: @Brás Cubas
  192. anon[327]• 免责声明 说:

    Really, how about the 300 odd federal judges and 3 SC picks that he helped get through?

    I’ve heard judges are recommended by the Federalist Society,
    meaning establishment Republicans, meaning part of the swamp.

    Mitch (and Lindsey) are 2 skunks pretending to give
    some support to Trump to prevent folks back home
    from tar and feathering their greedy, traitorous heads.

    Guessing both would have been kicked to the street if not for Trump.

  193. anonymous[268]• 免责声明 说:

    Trump and his minions are such cowards. They put all the blame on China-Venezuela-Iran, with zero evidence that these countries were involved, but do not have the guts to call out the real culprits which are the Jews running the deep state. We already know Mark Zuckerberg gave \$400M to finance a lot of ballot harvesting in the swing states, paid for all the hoodlums who were in the polling stations to block and harass the GOP poll watchers. I read he even paid for the poll workers in Detroit. How could those people be privately paid?

    Name the real enemy, Sidney Powell. The real enemy is within, not without.

    The real enemy of America is not China, Iran, Venezuela or Russia, it is the JEWS, who live among us.

    • 同意: Katrinka
    • 谢谢: Trinity
  194. gleongelpi 说:
    @Rex Little

    我能做的就是笑。 你真的不相信你说的话,是吗?

  195. Iseeit 说:
    @Corvinus

    笑。
    You’re clearly quite intelligent and well trained.

    And we’re done playing.

    Best of luck-:)

  196. @obvious

    So far as I know, neither Kamala’s Foote, nor the Parkinson’s-riddled basket-case inherited a billion or more. You really seem to be obviously confused and terminally ridiculous.

    • 回复: @obvious
  197. @Rufus Clyde

    No. I’m just making a point about some of the best American men in history. Sorry if it makes you and you little girlfriends uncomfortable and/or inadequate.

    Makes me feel proud and blessed.

    • 回复: @obvious
    , @Rufus Clyde
  198. @RoatanBill

    I don’t think he is as deteriorated as you may believe. I haven’t heard of any outbursts or crazed comments like, “you’re a lying, dog-faced pony soldier” in a couple months.

    Some of those things were so outlandish they seemed contrived. They were just too stupid. Some people theorized that he was faking a portion of that to then use as a dementia defense should he lose the election and be indicted. Not a crazy idea.

    Many elected officials are corrupt and some have been blackmailed. Not nearly all.

    The dog / foot story also sounds stupid. He’s wearing a boot for some other reason.

  199. Tony Hall 说:
    @niceland

    Who is that coming from such a gentle, temperate and nice land? This all sounds quite like a critique I heard recently from someone very close to Unz Review. Its fair comment that there is some contradiction between claiming a willingness to go after Democrats or Republicans and wanting to prove that Trump that won. But humans tend to be like that. We aren’t always totally consistent. Some of us make allowances for that. Go figure.

    This is not just your usual election fraud and the Biden crew in all their diversity of constituencies and incarnations are not like any other aspirants to the power of the White House that I’ve ever seen.

    Sidney Powell isn’t by any means perfect but under the circumstances she has taken this fiasco all on with gusto and measure of intelligence with a pretty compelling stage presence. She has popped up as a significant player on the grand stage of Americana and much of what she is standing for and embodying is deserving of notice and analysis. To me she seems to have what it takes to get beyond some of the constraints limiting what Giuliani can achieve.

    Your final paragraph is just so familiar as it goes over some of the same ground that my Unz Review friend and I traversed not that long ago. Whither the deplorables, the Dems and the Chinese Communist Party? Wither the workers of the world? When it comes to what I know of this election fraud from a few days of hard digging, it seems to me to display malice albeit with a good deal of stupidity as well.

    • 同意: Emslander, Mikael_
  200. GeeBee 说:
    @Majority of One

    Many thanks for your glowing encomium kind sir! Despite the odd – and inevitable – dissenting opinion, I am very gratified to find that I might have shone some light onto a very murky path. One such opinion berates me for having left out religion! I rather thought that I had written quite enough, without embarking on an excursus into that particular minefield. Suffice it to say that of course, Traditionalism is predicated upon the spiritual dimensions of human existence. whereas Modernism is exclusively, at its core, concerned with shallow materialism, both of which points you accurately stated in your reply.

    Furthermore, it is useful to note that Marx’s belief that Communism is the “end of history” is shared by capitalism. The Traditionalist, however, views history not as a straight line from “primitive to modern,” but as one of continual ebb and flow, or as a wheel turning on a stable axis. Marx’s “wheel of history”, in marked contradistinction, rumbles inexorably on, crushing all tradition, heritage and national culture before it, until it finally comes to rest forever at an immovable concrete wall.

    As Anthony Ludovici pointed out, in England at least, and therefore as a wider heritage of the English-speaking nations, the growing political division between the old order and Modernism, between Traditionalism and mercantilism, was as much as anything predicated on conflict of interest between the old rural world and the ever-puissant urban. With Modernism’s seemingly final victory, Right and Left, Free Trade and Protectionism, capitalism and communism, have become no more than different manifestations of the money-power and therefore of materialism.

    As for the USA’s dismal record in promoting our current dystopian world (not least by ‘ganging up’ on any manifestation of the ‘Third Way’ that has emerged) I would point out that today, with China espousing something very close to the Financial International’s worst nightmare – which is to say the excellent and equitable alternative system of Industrial Capitalism, and with it a jettisoning of the hegemonic petro-dollar – the moribund Anglo-Zionist Empire reminds one of Lady Macbeth’s analogy: “Letting ‘I dare not’ wait upon ‘I would’, like the poor cat i’ the adage”. America would dearly love to extirpate this intolerable nuisance of yet another burgeoning example of its nemesis, but at heart it knows that this time, it would be taking on someone at least its own size – something that, as we all know, any bully is careful to avoid.

    Once again, many thanks for your kind words.

    • 回复: @Mikael_
  201. @Sulu

    An important issue, perhaps the crucial issue, is the current legal status of corporation: that it is a person. Based merely on precedent. Legislate that it is not, that it therefore has not right to own shares in another corporation, has not right to buy up / swallow up another, that all recorded mergers are illegal and must be de-merged, so there are no giant corporations, so the media consist of a hundred small coropations, not three or four giants.

    • 同意: Majority of One, Sulu, Alfred
  202. @redmudhooch

    我真的看不出这里有任何不可信之处。 基于供求原则,人们必须问的问题是:在垃圾国家是否需要可操纵的投票机? 他们会不会把它卖给其他恰好有类似需求的国家?

    Does ideology play a part here? Well, on the buyer’s side, perhaps, but who cares?. On the seller’s side, the only ideology one has to assume is profit.

    • 同意: Mikael_
  203. Biff 说:
    @Tony Hall

    That’s thoughtful commentary on the creep of private monopolies over almost every element of our society

    Creep? More like a bowling ball to us pins.

  204. @obvious

    Voter fraud exists as does election fraud, which is why even a semi-failed narco-controlled state like Mexico has a national voter ID card. Yes, we have an electoral system and representative democracy, which has pluses and minuses. State and local elections, however, are the result of direct voter numbers, and both have serious consequences. Read Ann Coulter’s column about Norm Coleman being cheated by Foul Franken, one result of which was the passing of obozocare.

    There are credible accusations of fraud this time around, and per your analogy, if the public temperature reading is false, the results will also be fals, though electors can buck the system and vote against the popular vote if they want.

    If #beijingbiden had an honest win, shitlibs would happily prove it. Instead we had rogue states stopping the count, and now a (((fake news))) criminal syndicate running and hiding from the story.

    • 回复: @Emslander
    , @obvious
  205. Emslander 说:
    @annamaria

    By the way, why are you here on this Forum if you despise the honorable Ron Unz so much?

    Who said I hate Unz. I love Ron Unz. This is the best web site on the Internet and Unz is a brilliant publisher.

    I may have been too strong, but I was pointing out the way he manipulates commentary themes, by calling in articles at just the least effective times and bringing on commenters to dominate and obfuscate the growing consensus with extraneous garbage just at the wrong times.

    Like I say. I love this web site, but I understand that it’s not mine. It’s Mr. Unz’s.

    • 回复: @annamaria
  206. Emslander 说:
    @Sick of Orcs

    The only thing you need to complete your analysis is “Who” is stealing elections and “Why”.

    The who is the ruling class, those who consistently use the vast American population to advance their ideological and financial interests. Start with Gates and run it on down. The why then becomes obvious.

    As you and the author and everyone here is concluding, it’s not our country any more. It’s a manipulated machine.

    • 回复: @Sick of Orcs
  207. @Justvisiting

    I lived in a commie-run shithole and understand your rage. Trump didn’t help much but even in MAGA Beast Mode, he could only slow the inevitable.

    I agree with Dirty Harry: “I hate the goddamn system! But until someone comes along with changes that make sense, I’ll stick with it.”

    • 回复: @Justvisiting
  208. @Anonymous

    Insightful comment imo.

    One overarching ongoing dilemma/challenge that faces us all everywhere is how to prevent the process of institutional corruption and dysfunction , or how to animate and retain the nominally intended and appropriate role of an institution. I want to think that some means can be found to do so. Transparency, direct democracy mechanisms and excellence in journalism, are among helpful means.

    Or is sustaining overall-beneficent-to-the-public-interest institutions a pipe dream; Is ‘Institutions go rogue’ or ‘institutional power corrupts’, etc., inevitable?

    In Canada, a book was written by long time employee of Health Canada, Dr. Shiv Chopra, about his experiences at Health Canada: the book’s title was Corrupt to the Core. The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation – CBC – a ‘public utility’/nominally public interest broadcaster, has become a chronic enabler of the Matrix. So as I say, the dilemma is ongoing and general.

    • 回复: @Emslander
  209. Whitewolf 说:
    @Notsofast

    i want to believe that sidney powell is for real, great goddess in a bodice, i want to believe.

    A lot of people want to believe but I’m confident you’ll be disappointed once more. Everything about this mostly honest election and the run up to it seems scripted.

    The stakes are high when the Baghdad Bob Media is prepared to throw away what little credibility it has left promoting this farce of an election on top of over hyping the dangers of covid. The owners of America (Amerizuela?) don’t seem the least bit concerned that tens of millions of Americans (Amerizuelans) have totally lost faith in the election system either.

    I came across this yesterday and for a minute I thought I was watching a tv preacher.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=ep1yCTpMJvc

    It seems that the pied pipers are out to lead Trump supporters down some dangerous path.

  210. @Tony Hall

    The first priority has to be to seize back the instruments of communication from the monopolists busily engaged in taking control of the Internet.

    Agree that enabling robust free speech and discourse and its unfettered flow and access on the Internet is vital.

    However, I would insert the words “trying to take control” in your quote above. One of the noteworthy acts by the Powers That Should Not Be just prior to the attempted coup d’état via the ‘election process’ was the purging from their normal venues of a large number of ‘conservative-ish’ websites and ‘citizen journalists’. Let’s call it the ‘great purge’.

    So for example Amazing Polly and Jordan Sather were not only ‘disappeared’ when it came to Youtube and Twitter but their financial support was attacked. I mention these two but there are dozens of others, and in the case of these two and many others, they had built up a following of several hundred thousand subscribers, and who knows how many millions looked in on them who were not subscribers.

    Consider that Canada’s two largest newspapers, The Globe and Mail and the Toronto Star, had in 2015 a circulation of just over 300 thousand per day. So the purge of – well let’s compliment them with being in many cases the antithesis of the fake news monstrosity complex and call them ‘truth seekers’ – was roughly comparable to every major newspaper in Canada being banned overnight.

    The ‘great purge’ is yet another sign of how seriously intended and widely planned was the seizure of illegitimate power via the election fraud.

  211. Mikael_ 说:
    @Majority of One

    now have developed a meta-political point of view

    Well that’s telling, even more than ignoring my comment #133.
    Not philosophical or meta-physical, but meta-political.
    政治, where there are no ultimate values, only to win by by 任何手段 必要。

    Enjoy your self-made hell
    .
    (Which is what I believe @GeneralRipper was also trying to convey.)

    • 回复: @Majority of One
  212. @Emslander

    As you and the author and everyone here is concluding, it’s not our country any more. It’s a manipulated machine.

    The States are United no more. Red and blue parting ways is now logical and desirable. It will happen whether or not Trump stays put another four.

  213. Mikael_ 说:
    @obvious

    I always laugh out over 小丑 喜欢你,
    to whom the lessons from Forest Gump went straight over their heads:

    “它 不需要 high IQ to identify 不道德 actions.”

    • 回复: @obvious
  214. Mikael_ 说:
    @GeeBee

    I was the guy who “berated you for having left out religion.”

    So sorry, I still cannot make head or tails overall out of your laid-out thoughts.
    Care to expand on?

    While you are pretty clear about what one should run away from (communism, straight-line history interpretations including ‘the end of history’ delusions, shallow materialism)
    you are rather nebulous about what to strive towards.
    传统主义 spiritual dimensions of human existence are too ambiguous terms to me, because the goal of a stable society is to find ‘commonly agreed-upon ultimate [确切] values’ and to successfully hand them down to future generations.

    And what exactly about religion is a minefield you dare not touch? [And seemingly by implication, 不用 touch?]

    • 回复: @GeeBee
  215. @anon

    Blacks in this country are so brazenly corrupt they are turning us into Africa.

    We are blessed with seriously stupid criminals that commit their voter fraud in front of video cameras in large arenas.

    If we actually had smart criminals we would surely be doomed.

  216. @Sick of Orcs

    Another great Clint Eastwood movie quote that has always served me well:

    “A man has _got_ to know his limitations.”

    • 同意: Sick of Orcs
  217. anarchyst 说:
    @Tony Hall

    Bill Gates vaccines will have “sterilization compounds” built into them. Gates himself has admitted that (forced) sterilization is a large part of his “vaccination programs”. In Africa, sterilization and birth control compounds were in the Gates provided “vaccinations”. Those who received these “vaccinations” were not informed that they contained “other” compounds. You can bet that the COVID vaccines will not be entirely “pure” either.
    The Nuremberg protocols require INFORMED CONSENT as a part of any “healthcare” protocol.
    We only know too well about the Tuskegee experiment in which black men were purposely infected with syphilis that was purposely not treated. This “program” went on from 1932 to 1972 and was sponsored and run by (guess who??) the CDC. And they want us to trust them with a “vaccine”??…thanks but no thanks…

    • 谢谢: Majority of One
  218. annamaria 说:
    @Emslander

    ” I was pointing out the way he manipulates commentary themes … and obfuscate the growing consensus…”

    — No, it is you who has been trying to do manipulation. You are projecting.

    Stay with your consensus, which is obviously elsewhere. This forum is for free-thinkers.

    • 回复: @Emslander
  219. Emslander 说:
    @Robert Snefjella

    I want to think that some means can be found to do so.

    The official beheading of about four notorious journalists and most of the epidemiologists would probably be effective.

  220. Emslander 说:
    @annamaria

    This forum is for free-thinkers.

    Free thinkers can come to consensus freely. That’s actually how civilization develops. I’m not the only free thinker commenting here who believes that any emerging consensus is often manipulated into either confusion or an Unz conclusion.

    That’s fine. It is Ron Unz’s website and he’s clearly good at what he does.

  221. GeeBee 说:
    @Mikael_

    So sorry, I still cannot make head or tails overall out of your laid-out thoughts.
    Care to expand on?

    I think that I have done quite enough expanding, and if you cannot make sense of what I have written, that is your loss not mine.

    you are pretty clear about what one should run away from

    I don’t believe I mentioned ‘running away’ from anything. I was attempting to describe the circumstances in which we find ourselves.

    you are rather nebulous about what to strive towards.

    No amount of ‘striving’ will unseat the ruling oligarchy and their loyal cohorts. This is their final triumph and our enduring tragedy. We dwell in what I regard as a sort of ‘Twilight of the Gods’, 哥特达默隆 having occurred on 8th May 1945. There is no discernable way back. Wotan certainly never expected to be given a second chance and for us to do so is the most naïve of conceits.

    And what exactly about religion is a minefield you dare not touch?

    I know more about the subject of religion than the vast majority of people, having ‘survived’ the notorious ‘Alpha course’ back in the late 1980s. Having completed the course, I immediately understood that in order to surmount the central challenge of that course I must be certain of my ground. That challenge was stated at the course thus: “Either acceptance of the risen Christ as your sole route to salvation is the most important thing in your life or we (the course instructors) are a bunch of fools”.

    I am totally comfortable in my belief that they are, in fact, a group of, not fools perhaps, but genuinely misguided dupes. I came to this conclusion by means of an arduous journey of intense religious study, regarding which I could a tale unfold whose lightest word would harrow up thy soul, freeze thy young blood, make thy knotted and combin’ed locks to part and each particular hair to stand on end like quills upon the fretful porpentine.

    It’s by no means the case that I ‘dare not touch’ this subject, but rather that it is completely unnecessary so to do. Like Dan Dennett, I am content to ‘believe in belief’. Societies need religion. Christianity is perhaps an unfortunate choice for European-derived societies to have made, but at this stage it will have to serve office accordingly.

    I thank you for your interest in my comments.

  222. THE GEORGIA PIPE BUST LIE



    视频链接

    Waterbreak the new Watergate?

    • 哈哈: James Speaks
  223. obvious 说:
    @Majority of One

    It was in reference to Trump try reading the context again

    • 回复: @Majority of One
  224. obvious 说:
    @niceland

    It’s the last gasp of generationally incompetent people. They are full of movie lines and quips and glossy quotes from books they never read. AKA “Baby Boomer Morons”. Look at Giuliani with hair paint running down his sweaty face when he should have retired 15 years ago. What does he have? Quotes from “My Cousin Vinny”. I have been in the “typical” East Coast courtroom and this is what they ALL do, draw from some formative period in their lives and avoid all real effort.

  225. @Majority of One

    I agree that a sort of running expose on these gaslighters would be a good thing. I’m sure there are sources out there already that list the signs (to look for) and strategies of paid infiltrators on comment boards.

    Were it to be well-crafted as an essay it might possibly catch the interest of Ron Unz.

    Yes, I think Ron Unz is always looking out for those very signs on his site. I have been reading for many years, but just started to comment recently. I recall several months ago, Mr. Unz posted a comment describing how and why he had suspicions that Colin Wright might be a paid infiltrator. Of course, anyone who reads the Unz comment boards will be quite familiar with Colin Wright, and it had never occurred to me that he might fit the description (and I still think it is unlikely). But I remember thinking that Mr. Unz most certainly has better radar than I do for this sort of thing.

    In any case, the comment thread debacle under the Mike Whitney vaccine article is so obviously a planned infiltration that it is almost unsettling. In fact, it is a bit like the election heist (the subject of this comment thread) in it brazen openness.

    I understand the principle known as “revelation of the method” and its importance in the psychology warfare, but when the method blinks like a bright red neon sign, such that no further revelation is needed, it may suggest either desperation or recklessnes (both bad signs).

    There’s an old Latin phrase 速度快的motus (loosely translated as “time accelerates toward the end”). We may be in the that “fine” right now…

  226. R.C. 说:
    @Tony Hall

    Good article above & I look forward to that followup on the history of communism, and the Jewish / Zionist / IsRaHell influences on it, (e.g., Marx) which IMHO could only make sense if people ordinarily cared more for people they don’t know than people that they do know, which of course ain’t the way of the world. Communism/socialism, etc., have always been intended to be perceived as altruistically inspired, when they have really always just been a cover for despotism, NWO, et al.
    RC

    • 同意: GeneralRipper
    • 回复: @DaveE
  227. obvious 说:
    @GeneralRipper

    You must be a strong manly Hero for watching so many important videos

    • 哈哈: Rufus Clyde
  228. @Notsofast

    i assume you may be talking about “that would be telling” and “lady theo” on the mike whitney’s last article “why you should skip the covid vaccine”. at first i was amused by their gas lighting but as their posts piled up (twbt in particular) i began to see it in a different light. this seemed to be an attempt to dominate the narrative and guide the discussion in the direction they desired.

    Thanks and yes, your assumption is correct. I just responded to Majority of One about that comment thread under Whitney’s article. What a debacle. As I stated, it is so brazen and obvious that it is a bit unsettling.

    Think of the malevolence it takes to write (or program a bot) with the sole intent of manipulating (i.e., mind-controlling) people into injecting poisons and toxic chemicals into their body (or ignoring an obvious crime like this election heist). For what end? Money? Power? Pure hatred of human life?

    What a dark mystery.

    • 同意: Emslander
  229. Mikael_ 说:

    Never heard of an Alpha course. (Just researched it a little.)

    Well you did accept without question the 错误的二分法

    “Either acceptance of the risen Christ as your sole route to salvation is the most important thing in your life, or we (the course instructors) are a bunch of fools”

    我不会

    Secondly, you need to check your premises about

    No amount of ‘striving’ will unseat the ruling oligarchy and their loyal cohorts. This is their final triumph and our enduring tragedy

    regarding today, before 1945, and many other times in last few centuries.
    新的 underlying assumption is
         ‘[large-scale] perfection is possible in this [earthly] world’,
    therefore it is a valid goal reasonable target.
    It’s not. It’s actually the central reason for most enormous man-made disasters, especially in the 20th century. But it takes a lot of humility to realize and then accept it.

  230. obvious 说:
    @Mikael_

    It does require a backbone though, and common sense… which you people lack spectacularly.

    Trumptardism is inherently immoral, and a deliberate waste of your energy.

    • 回复: @Mikael_
  231. obvious 说:
    @Sick of Orcs

    Are you deaf?? ONLY THE LEGISLATURE CAN APPOINT ELECTORS

    This is what we call “cognitive dissonance”: you can’t deal with the fact that your whole world view is a coloring book for mentally ill adult children.

    If you have any doubts about the REAL election that will happen on Dec. 14th, I’m sure the certificates for 538 State appointed Electors will be made public. It’s like you never heard of “America”

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

  232. God's Fool 说:

    “对于 Facebook 的马克·扎克伯格 (Mark Zukberberg) 在推动这一反常议程中这么多不同的元素方面取得如此突出的地位这一事实,该怎么说呢?”

    扎克伯格嫁给了一个中国人……谁在调查她与中共的关系?

  233. @Mikael_

    Deliberately or otherwise, you are conflating my conceptualization of meta-politics. “…to win by any means necessary” is totally alien to this gradually developing political perspective. It is, rather, a dimensional approach, divorced from the Roman imperialist concept of Anno Domini—utterly a mechanism of not only physical control, but also of mind-control.

    The pattern was developed by the Emperor Constantine and his stooges, headed by Eusebius. Their aim was to establish a new foundation for the Empire, in fact a “grundlage” based on their utter perversion of the various Christianities which had been gradually developing over a time-frame of more than 200 years. The scheme was centered on co-option and amalgamation via an imperially inspired “Word of God”, a Bible which was heavily interpolated and ruthlessly calculated to become the mythical foundation for a reconstructed imperium.

    My conceptualization of meta-politics commences with a Real-I-Zation of how mythologies underly all forms of mass political and economic cultural expressions. With his ‘Communist Manifesto’, Karl Marx attempted in his particular meta-political fashion, to formulate a new foundation, a new mythology based on a materialistic and atheistic rejection of traditionalism, which itself had been coopted from indigenous European spiritual understandings, by an alleged catholicism of Roman Imperialism.

    Imposed religions are nothing more than a bended and warped imposition upon the spiritual awakening vis a vis Talmudic Judaism by the figure we know as Jesus. His was, much in the Essene and Gnostic traditions, a profoundly spiritual rejection of the corruptive religion of Talmudism, which was rooted in the Babylonian captivity and owed as much to Babylonian concepts as to the more exclusivist promulgations of the ancient Hebrews. Religion, whether Roman-“Christian” or Talmudic Judaism,is nothing more than ossified and even petrified spirituality.

    Henry David Thoreau pointed out that there is no sense in hacking away at the branches of a problem. One must rather grub out the roots of that problem. Employing meta-political approaches, one always seeks out and deals with the roots. In the case of what THEY call “Judeo-Christian Civilization” (my term is the Judie-Christy Magick Mindfuck), the roots are embedded in Imperial Rome and its penultimate Imperial “decider” via his mythological slogan: “In hoc signe vincis”… In This Sign, Conquer…that sign being the Cross. Contrarily the original Jesusites employed the FISH as their signatory implement. Astrologically, the fish is the sign of Pisces. Jesus was the archetypal manifestation of the commencement of the Age of Pisces.

    Christianity was coopted by Constantine. The Emperor struck back and incorporated the reformulated “faith” as the foundational bulwark of the empire. It has lasted to this day and remains headquartered in Rome…now under the direct dominion of the Jesuits, with their crypto-Talmudist origins.

    • 同意: GeeBee
    • 回复: @Mikael_
  234. @obvious

    Obviously, you are quite innocent of any possible manifestation of irony.

  235. 可悲的事实是 DT 已经被 GS 将其与他无所不在​​的威胁释放他的 antifa 军队释放到城市中的混乱和流血如果 DT 敢于采取必要的行动来摆脱这场大流行。

    DT和我一样,很清楚他如何能打赢这场战斗,又如何不能通过(ILL)法律制度打赢,但是如果他走胜利路线,他将面临全国大冲突的情况,而他显然还没有准备好走这条路。

    AJM“门萨”自 1973 年获得资格,空降训练有素的美国陆军兽医和职业爵士艺术家(风)

  236. @Authenticjazzman

    他显然还没有准备好走这条路。

    AJM“门萨”自 1973 年以来获得资格,

    所以门萨包括读心术?

    I am impressed! 😉

  237. Anonymous[290]• 免责声明 说:
    @Emslander

    回复: https://www.unz.com/article/trumps-landslide-meets-the-politics-of-electoral-fraud-in-america/#comment-4320604

    He’ll have more legal expenses, but I think he knows they can’t find any reason to seize assets or imprison him.

    “Him” referring to Pres. D. Trump.

    That argument might have held even after the “Trump is a Russian Agent!” publicity campaign. However, after the 2020/11/03 Federal election theft and subsequent otiose refusal to act upon that election’s obvious theft, and the Biden/Harris campaign platform, one of disarming Trump’s support base and further diminishing its ability to earn a living and participate in politics, it does not hold. The Establishment / Swamp / Permanent Bureaucracy / Judicial Branch / Media is quite capable of treating Trump exactly as they treated Fields ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charlottesville_car_attack ) or Flynn or Stone. Perhaps the decisive indicator that Pres. Trump would not be treated equitably was when the media refused to cover what Pres. Trump said was his “most important speech”, which concerned the 2020/11/03 Federal election and its theft.

    It appears that the US Republic, in the form of the US Federal Government, is in danger of being overthrown by open election theft. Under those exact circumstances Pres. Trump has both the legal right and the Constitutional duty of invoking the Insurrection act ( Brief version: https://thecommonsenseshow.com/conspiracy-martial-law-war/what-president-trump-must-immediately-do-save-republic ; more informative version: https://www.sott.net/article/444758-Trump-at-the-Rubicon-How-the-Insurrection-Act-and-Militia-Act-empower-Trump-to-cast-the-die ). Additionally, he has is life and that of his dependents and allies and even his supporters to consider.
    The current propaganda campaign being waged to reveal evidence for the election theft, waged on the Internet, talk radio, various podcasts and a new TV channel, would support such a move among Trump’s constituency and the sizable body of neutrals.
    And here’s a link to a retired USAF General officer, who apparently specialized in cyber warfare. My translation of what he thinks is: current situation is a potentially decisive loss of control of the US Federal government by the US population. This has been accomplished by an information war campaign whose Strategic objective was assured control of the US Government. On the operational level, campaign objectives were to demonstrate assured and undetected control of US elections. On a tactical level it was a combined agency operation relying on simultaneous control of media, substantial control of computer-based voting, local control of Democrat physical votes in some critical areas, and internal subversion of Federal law enforcement and foreign intelligence. The operation very nearly failed, but partially succeeded. It did not achieve full success in that it was detected. The partial failure means that the strategic objective can be defeated by a fully legal physical force campaign based on the Insurrection Act.
    这里是链接: https://www.naturalnews.com/2020-12-01-general-mcinerney-calls-for-president-trump-to-invoke-insurrection-act.html

    Pres. D. Trump 可以 actually decide to invoke the Insurrection Act. He has the power, the Constitutional duty, and his duty to protect his constituents and dependents to consider.
    This invocation would probably destabilize the US and fragment the rest of the world into local spheres of influence and reducing trade, resulting in worldwide famine, disease, and death. It is arguable that invoking the Insurrection Act would be a lesser destabilization than the obvious and open end of effective US elections, and of the continued flow of resources into cities that cannot be saved. A lesser destabilization would kill fewer people. Or the invocation could be considered “Sauvez ce que vous pouvez”, the military reflex reaction after a rout.
    Trump’s constituency is in a good position to execute the General Strike that the 1900s Socialists hoped for. Various labor unions are proposing much the same thing (https://www.salon.com/2020/11/01/labor-leaders-propose-a-general-strike-if-Tump-loses-but-does-not-accept-the-results/), but it’s hard to see how a general strike could be defeated by another general strike. He might win after invoking the Insurrection act. And again, see a very crude balance of forces analysis here: : https://www.sott.net/article/444758-Trump-at-the-Rubicon-How-the-Insurrection-Act-and-Militia-Act-empower-Trump-to-cast-the-die.

    Again, the parallels with the Late Roman Republic (https://www.britannica.com/place/ancient-Rome/The-Late-Republic-133-31-bc) and C. J. Caesars dice toss “Alia jacta est” are obvious. Such a move by Trump would obviously have about the same effect Caesar’s crossing the Rubicon in that the US Republic would be fundamentally changed. Caesar tried to revive the Republic, and was killed by his former friends and associates. His adopted son waged a civil war against Caesar’s killers and won. He retained the form of the Late Republic in the Principate (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Principate), but it was all a pretense. This outcome was considered a disaster for the Romans, but the Late Republic was incapable of administering its conquests, and, barring a reorganization, within three generations loss of these conquests followed by the invasion of Italy (probably from the North and South simultaneously) would have ensured. This would have been a bigger disaster than the Empire established by Octavian, later renamed as Augustus. Note that the final result, replacement of the Late Republic by a more stable administrative state, was unaltered by Caesar’s death and Octavian’s civil war. Sometime you can see how things will end before anybody does anything.
    But the real point here is that, unless D. Trump is treated in accordance with law (not lawfare, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lawfare), and the elements responsible for the information attack of 2020/11/03 to 04 are also treated in accordance with law, declaration of the Insurrection Act is possible, perhaps likely. The declaration might be quite effective.

    Why is it all so cruel? Even objective analysis is getting emotionally difficult.

    • 回复: @Majority of One
    , @Willow
  238. They say it was a leaky toilet, not a pipe.

  239. Emslander 说:

    As a national matter and probably a personal one, as well, I’m pretty much with you. I’m not sure T has it in him, but heads will one day have to roll, possibly in a literal sense.

    I’d support a well executed imposition of order.

    It may be that the next nine days will reveal to a great majority of the people that electoral atrocities were committed by Democrat vote creation and courts will order the naming of electors by legislatures. I feel like a momentum is building.

  240. R2b 说:
    @Tony Hall

    I went back and read this.
    You hold a romanitic view of Communism.
    And that is fair.
    But I do think you are Old enough, to abandon ”it hasnt succeded yet”.
    China is absolutely nothing we want here, despite Trump enforcing it backwards.
    You must be really stupid.
    In spite of your professure!

  241. obwandiyag 说:

    I don’t really care because they’re all crooks.

    But I hope Biden stays the winner because it will make the wife shut up. There is no fate worse than being stuck living with somebody suffering with TDS.

    That is the end all and be all of my interest in this “election” choice between Tweedledee and Tweedledum.

    • 同意: Featherless
  242. obwandiyag 说:
    @GeeBee

    My god, what a pile of horse manure.

    Class war is good. You, on the other hand, are sophomoric. The epitome of the truism, “A little knowledge is a dangerous thing.”

    • 巨魔: GeneralRipper, Mikael_
    • 回复: @GeeBee
    , @Skeptikal
  243. It is incredible. Jewish Power pulled off something 1000x worse than Watergate and is going to get away with it. Gangster Clown World.

    All the facts, data, truth, and evidence don’t matter. Officials look the other way, and all processes are blocked. GOP is useless.

    The big question for patriots is not ‘should we stick with GOP?’ but ‘when will name the Jew?’

    Also, isn’t it about time to kill the GOP. All Americans join the Democratic Party and vote on issues.

    True democracy is about voting for issues than individuals. In a one party state, you will vote for someone based on what he stands for. In a multi-party system, you often vote for labels. But guess what? GOP is just Democrat lite, and Democratic Party is just GOP lite. They got a cozy thing going on. ‘Social liberalism’ and ‘economic conservatism’, which is elitism 1 and elitism 2.

  244. @Anonymous

    Without action from Trump the coup/insurrection will succeed and the guillotines, shackle-bearing boxcars and internment camps under FEMA would almost certainly ensue. The whole Great Reset scheme would get near immediate implementation under President Kamala’s Foote and a national lockdown would be mandated, as will inoculations for the entire population.

    In certain areas those in charge of the shots would be given two sets of vaccines, one of which would merely sterilize and basically brain-deaden the recipients. Set two would have a special marking. This one would be slated for “enemies of the \$tate”. How many Unz posters would be on that list? The N\$A, CIA, FBI and other three-letter oppressors would already have their lists prepared of target individuals–and in some instances, families.

    The New World Order would be established. World population would be reduced by 80-90 percent. Minions, useful idiots and the Future Serfs of America would be retained, as AI and lab-grown foodstuffs would not suffice to address elite appetites. Generations later, the entire world population would be descended from the elite, their minions and their serfs and slaves.

    Quite the future under the Kamala’s Foote administration, eh?

    • 回复: @Miville
  245. A little satire is needed …
    圣女贞德:由西德尼·鲍威尔和迈克尔·弗林主演的美国人圣女贞德也在演员巴拉克·奥巴马,乔·拜登,唐纳德·特朗普,卡米拉·哈里斯,本杰明·内塔尼亚胡,伯尼·桑德斯,克里斯托弗·斯蒂尔,理查德·迪尔洛夫和斯特凡·哈珀。

    or http://www.cowdisley.com/videos/sidney.mp4

    A Sidney Powell success would create epistemological problems of such magnitude as to load the logical and semantic resources of the English language with a burden that it is not reasonably expected to bear.

  246. @Authenticjazzman

    但是(特朗普)如果走胜利路线,将面临全国大冲突的局面,他显然没有准备好走这条路线。

    You’re giving Trump way too much credit. As president he has never defended any of his supporters beaten by riolooters, so why would he fret over major conflict? As things stand he will end up a footnote in History of the Free United States 2020 – 2035.

    • 回复: @Lee
  247. Sidney is a Tar Heel. God Bless this intelligent and gutsy lady.

    We need more like her.

    • 同意: Joseph Doaks
  248. gay troll 说:
    @Majority of One

    Examples: “Lone Gunman”—quite possibly a victim of source to skull psychotronic weaponry. Yes, Virginia, the intel schemers can literally “broadcast” ideas or even actions into your head.

    Are you saying Oswald was the victim of psychotronic weaponry which caused him and him alone to assassinate the President? That sounds like well poisoning to me. The problem with the term “lone gunman” is that there were gunmen, not that Oswald was the victim of a science fiction device.

    JFK’s corpse was stolen from the morgue in Dallas at federal gunpoint. This after the presidential deathmobile had been promptly taken to a car wash. With dead Kennedy in tow, LBJ did not let his plane depart for DC until he had taken the oath of office. Only Jacqueline refused to hide the splattered evidence on her clothes.

    And of course, Oswald’s blue beamed brain was conveniently blown out by Jack Rubenstein, who asked an FBI informant if he wanted to watch the fireworks in Dealey Plaza on 11/22, and later said he shot Oswald for Israel.

    And a few years later, the CIA invented and popularized the term “conspiracy theory” to cover the Warren Commission’s dangling ass and their own complicity in the coup d’etat.

    • 谢谢: Skeptikal
    • 巨魔: GeneralRipper
    • 回复: @Majority of One
  249. Anonymous[327]• 免责声明 说:

    As before when the Lincoln, JFK/RK, 911 events NO one is talking about the ISRAELI MOSSAD ZIO JEWISH role in the ELECTORAL FRAUD of 2020…not even the UNZ Review…the TRUMP legal team…no one…the 2020 election were a JEWISH COUP…The American Republic is dead…and soon the WHITE hillbillies will be exterminated..

    • 同意: Druid55
    • 巨魔: Corvinus
  250. @Priss Factor

    Awesome analogy! Looks like him and sounds similar.

    Unfortunately, I am quite familiar with the Kemp type. A Southerner who blabbers-on in that calm manner, while saying nothing relevant or specific, giving the listener the ‘down home’ shtick while they shaft you in the back.

    They are a dime-a-dozen in that region; it’s a cultural thing. They think it’s normal. I have noticed that several of them have screwed Trump over. Being a Yankee and 100% NYer, he wouldn’t have recognized it beforehand. Most don’t, until getting reamed a few times (incl me).

    • 回复: @Priss Factor
  251. Paul C. 说:
    @Priss Factor

    Classic! And correct. But the truth is, Trump’s in on it.

    The Freemason’s collect their 30 pieces of silver and think they’re part of the Illuminati club as they destroy America and the world. They’re useful idiots, traitors and a scourge on humanity, just like their fellow soulless, satanic bosses. Their head will be in the chopping block, just a little bit later.

    This is what happens when you abandon God.

  252. Wally 说:
    @Majority of One

    说过:
    “Wally. Please make your own arguments.”

    I did. Please actually read what I posted, old man.

    • 回复: @Skeptikal
  253. @gay troll

    Nope: Psychotronic weaponry not used there. Great book out on 11-22-63 by Jim Fetzer and friends. Oswald had apparently been recruited by CIA (how he got into USSR at heart of Cold War and was allowed to return here with Russian bride. He was totally set-up. LBJ, Chiefs of Staff, CIA and the self-hating drag-queen, J. Edna Hoover all in on it.

    On a totally different note, check out the Macaronis/Macaroni Club on Wiki. Then hit some of the links there, such as the David Segal essay in NYT Sunday Review on origins of “Yankee Doodle Dandy”. Then, the painting “The Spirit of ’76” (aka “Yankee Doodle”) by Ohio painter Archibald MacNeal Willard. Check out eye contacts. Also connect with the American reappropriations of the “dissing” English version. Finally note how LaFayette had the French troops’ band play the “father and I went down to camp” version when the English refused to even look at their American captors.You may just possibly get the culturally revolutionary implications in the American Revolution.

    • 谢谢: gay troll
  254. Ron T 说:

    So the elections were rigged because the president with the 42% approval ratings and a 7 million popular vote loss was expected to win the electoral college by a landslide? Unz Review is now officially the OAN of websites and appeals to the same loony bin audience.

    • 巨魔: anarchyst, Alfred
  255. Lee 说:
    @Sick of Orcs

    Orc said:

    You’re giving Trump way too much credit. As president he has never defended any of his supporters beaten by riolooters,

    When US citizens were being beaten and sometimes killed by rioters, didn’t several state governors and Lib city mayors tell Trump publicly many times to stay the F out of their domain ???

    I seem to remember this happening……………..

    • 回复: @Skeptikal
    , @Sick of Orcs
  256. GeeBee 说:
    @obwandiyag

    Pope’s aphorism was actually ‘a little 学习 is a dangerous thing’ (from his 批评论文. I like to get these things right…

    • 回复: @obwandiyag
  257. Mikael_ 说:
    @obvious

    “He refuted my previous post in a way I cannot counter!

    Quick, move the goalposts!!”

  258. Mikael_ 说:
    @Majority of One

    First of all, I still haven’t seen you explain how you define “politics”, based on which previous’ thinkers thoughts, and more important how that is in line with today’s wide understanding of “politics”, or at the very least why the common understanding is wrong including your concise argumentation. (Not Alice in Wonderland style ‘it means just what I choose it to mean — neither more nor less.’)

    Beyond that, you make some good points in

    Imposed religions are nothing more than a bended and warped imposition upon the spiritual awakening vis a vis Talmudic Judaism by the figure we know as Jesus. His was, much in the Essene and Gnostic traditions, a profoundly spiritual rejection of the corruptive religion of Talmudism, which was rooted in the Babylonian captivity and owed as much to Babylonian concepts as to the more exclusivist promulgations of the ancient Hebrews. Religion, whether Roman-“Christian” or Talmudic Judaism,is nothing more than ossified and even petrified spirituality.

    but I feel you are also missing out on / misunderstanding a lot.

    As I see it, Jesus and the 思想家 behind the New Testament (forget about the writers for a moment, even if they were one and the same) defined an improved “hierarchy of highest values” as a set of meta-rules, or actually meta-physics, commonly called a religion (1). They built on Talmudism, but surpassed it (actually sublated it), especially in one key idea:
    ‘[Large-scale] Perfection is not possible in this [earthly] world’,
    包括
    – Striving for perfection in groups or systems will always lead to bad outcomes (nowadays one would state it as “Perfection as a policy goal always leads to totalitarianism.”)
    – When accepting that proposition, there is no need to declare all attempts to work towards the good to be futile (i.e. become Gnostic)
    – Because even though we cannot reach perfection ever, we can still always improve things/systems a little bit, all the time, even -or especially- after 必然 setbacks.

    Now every church, and to a lesser degree even the Bible, are “institutionalized” versions of the underlying religion, and are as you called them ‘ossified.’
    However you fell for a call to perfectism if you now want to dispense with them entirely, as
    a) the knowledge/wisdom has to be passed on, and not every person has the time (or ability) to go through decades of careful thought to come to the same conclusions 他们自己
    b) nothing hinders the true deep thinker to -truthfully and consistently- “go meta” beyond church and Bible.

    BTW I like to call it the ‘Greco-Judeo-Christian’ civilization with a smirk in my eyes.
    As a sign of both humility and humor.

    注1:
    We may have different definitions, but I see ‘spirituality’ as different from my above definition of religion in that spirituality is more fluid, meaning it can become a grab bag of thoughts (“I like this from Buddism, that from Taoism, and that from Christianity.”) That doesn’t necessarily imply that any chosen spirituality is in itself clearly self-contradictory, but at least that spirituality puts less emphasis on having an as-singular-and-simple-as-possible foundation. I prefer religion over spirituality.

    • 回复: @Majority of One
  259. Skeptikal 说:
    @Wally

    Majority of one has your number.

    You invariably make simplistic assertions followed by a string of links, while simultaneously insulting anyone who isn’t part of your mental world of half-baked ideas and semifact.

    “Go read my links, cretin” is not an argument.

    The level of free-floating testosterone at this site is really remarkable.

    It’s a shame it can’t be harnessed for some useful purpose.

    BTW, “old man” may just be a woman. Ever thought of that, old man?

  260. Corvinus 说:
    @Reg Cæsar

    “Which our Supreme Court recognized as unconstitutional 20 years ago.”

    What course case? Explain exactly how it stated it is illegal for “the procedures for counting the absentee votes [ARE NOT TO] vary substantially between states, between counties in the same state, and even between municipalities in the same county”.

    “If it doesn’t work in Hämeenlinna or Hamburg, why would we trust it in Philadelphia?”

    Apples to oranges comparison. And, of course, you assume that there was widespread voter fraud in that city.

    • 巨魔: GeneralRipper
  261. Skeptikal 说:
    @Lee

    When Trump sent the National Guard into Portland, I got a couple of emails from enraged woke saying, see, he is a dictator!!

    I think Trump could have done a lot better than he did in practically any aspect of the running of his presidency, but one has to admit that when it comes to the SARS-CoV-2 play, he was damned if he did and damned if he didn’t.

    One of his biggest mistakes from the get-go, if not the biggest, is his failure to get any credible advisers, and opening his Twitter trap on a whim instead of thinking before blurting. This last especially especially after being sworn in as president. He really needed to modify his style and his messaging after that, but he didn’t.

    Blurt. That would be a good name for a social media platform. The noun would be “Blurt-out.”

    • 同意: Sick of Orcs
    • 谢谢: Majority of One
  262. eD 说:
    @Anonymous

    When I came here last night, there were over 250 posts, so comment # 181 by “Anonymous 290” is buried. Its about regulatory capture, but much more interesting than that short summary implies. Its one of the best comments I’ve seen at unz.com 今年。

    • 回复: @gsjackson
  263. Skeptikal 说:
    @Anonymous

    I agree that this is a very interesting post.

    I get the main idea but I can’t quite follow the details.

    问题:
    Re: “Of course, under Progressive rule led to regulatory capture of the agencies (experts came from industry and then returned to industry, following industry interests while in the agencies)”

    Why do you say “Of course”?
    And, the parenthetical comment seems to belie the first observation.

    Are you saying that corporate interests and their experts were progressives?

    Also, do you mean Progressives with cap. P or with small p?

    Also I can’t quite follow this:

    “The above situation is why H. Clinton could say, quite accurately, that “We have to pass the bill so that you can find out what is in it, away from the fog of the controversy.” The bill set up yet another agency with a vague mission statement and no definition of terms. When H. Clinton spoke, the agency was not set up, and it was not known how it would interpret its mission statement or what powers it would grab”

    What agency was Clinton talking about?
    And I don’t see why her statement is accurate. She didn’t say “so that you can find out what it might mandate,” she said, so that you can find oiut what is in it. Presumably that simply means reading the proposed legislation . . .

    Whenever I see “of course” my antennae twitch and I think, “Oh, really?” . . . This might just be because my mother said “of course” all the time when she was being snobbish and wanted to seize the high ground!!

    • 回复: @Anonymous
  264. Skeptikal 说:
    @obwandiyag

    A little knowledge is a lot better than no knowledge . . .

  265. gsjackson 说:
    @eD

    Agree, and the implications for rule by “experts” are looking to be pretty significant when even Roberts has joined the conservative majority.

  266. Excellent article. One question though. Why would Israel, which has received favorable treatment from President Trump, attempt to undermine his reelection?

    • 回复: @Tony Hall
  267. @Lee

    Let me answer your question with a question: do you think obozo wouldn’t have “illegally” sent the National Guard in if Americans were torching his brothers’ mosques?

    • 回复: @Lee
  268. Tony Hall 说:
    @villapalomares

    Apparently American Jews were 77% against Trump and Israeli Jews were 77% for him,

    The Republican Party is not the only entity coming apart under the pressures of a rapidly unfolding crisis.

    • 回复: @villapalomares
  269. @Emslander

    On the other hand, I don’t think Trump wants to take the chance of being Romanoved.

  270. obwandiyag 说:
    @GeeBee

    You are the epitome of the aphorism. You demonstrate it with bells on.

    “The proverb ‘A little knowledge is a dangerous thing’ expresses the idea that a small amount of knowledge can mislead people into thinking that they are more expert than they really are, which can lead to mistakes being made.

    ‘A little knowledge is a dangerous thing’ and ‘a little learning is a dangerous thing’ have been used synonymously since the 18th century.

    The ‘little learning’ version is widely attributed to Alexander Pope (1688 – 1744). It is found in his An Essay on Criticism, 1709:

    浅薄的学识是一件危险的事情;
    喝深,味道还是不Pierian春:
    有浅吃水醉人的大脑,
    和饮水在很大程度上又解酒我们。

    The similarity of the two phrases is demonstrated by what appears to be an impromptu coining of ‘a little knowledge is a dangerous thing’ in a piece in The monthly miscellany; or Gentleman and Lady’s Complete Magazine, Vol II, 1774, in which the writer misquoted Pope:

    Mr. Pope says, very truly, “A little knowledge is a dangerous thing.”

    Both Pope’s original verse and the misquotation of it were pre-dated by a similar notion expressed by an anonymous author, signing himself ‘A B’, in the collection of letters published in 1698 as The Mystery of Phanaticism:

    “Twas well observed by my Lord Bacon, That a little knowledge is apt to puff up, and make men giddy, but a greater share of it will set them right, and bring them to low and humble thoughts of themselves.

    Again, there is a degree of misquotation here. ‘My Lord Bacon’ was the English politician and philosopher Francis Bacon, Viscount St Alban, and what he actually said, in his The Essays: Of Atheism, 1601, was:

    “A little philosophy inclineth man’s mind to atheism; but depth in philosophy bringeth men’s minds about to religion.”

    So, who coined the phrase? It appears to have been a group effort. Bacon can be credited with the idea, Pope with the ‘learning’ version and the mysterious ‘A B’ with the ‘knowledge’ version.

    The number of writers who were stating variants of ‘a little learning is a dangerous thing’ in early 18th England is probably a consequence of spread in the availability of scholarly works in English. The Age of the Enlightenment, as the period was known, saw a growth in the interest of cultural and philosophical concerns amongst the middle classes. Discussion of such topics had previously been conducted mainly in Latin and been the preserve of the elite. The sight of the hoi-polloi having views on higher matters wasn’t welcomed by those who had been classically schooled – hence ‘a little learning is a dangerous thing’.

    • 回复: @GeeBee
  271. @GeneralRipper

    Two white liberals and an electrical transformer.

  272. Alfred 说:
    @Priss Factor

    I figure someone with rudimentary flying skills could hit the WTC.

    Not true. Many professional airline pilots tried to reproduce it in simulators and failed.

    9/11 真相的飞行员

    Here is a link where a pilot debunks the official story. The simulator will not allow the user to exceed the limits of the aircraft – which is what the official version wants us to believe.

    http://pilotsfor911truth.org/forum/index.php?showtopic=22889

    The flight dynamics within FSX behave much like a Level D Sim.

    In short, it is impossible to achieve Vmo+150 (the reported speed of “UA175”), with a fully functional Level D sim with crash logic enabled.

    If one were to disable the crash logic, it is no longer an accurate simulation.

    See more in our presentation 9/11: World Trade Center Attack, including interviews with Boeing Captains who have attempted to duplicate the attacks in their Simulators.

    • 谢谢: Majority of One
  273. Anonymous[290]• 免责声明 说:
    @Skeptikal

    回复: https://www.unz.com/article/trumps-landslide-meets-the-politics-of-electoral-fraud-in-america/#comment-4324337, 2020/12/05-16:08Z

    Apologies for taking so long to answer.
    Q:

    问题:
    Re: “Of course, under Progressive rule led to regulatory capture of the agencies (experts came from industry and then returned to industry, following industry interests while in the agencies)”

    Why do you say “Of course”?
    And, the parenthetical comment seems to belie the first observation.

    [更多]

    A:
    1) I wrote “Of course” because of the nature of the Progressives. The current immigration level is not new, although the mass media says it is. There was an earlier wave, just as big. The Progressives were one of many responses by the Anglo-Saxons to the various waves of immigration, from Irish (starting c.a. 1840) to Ashkenazim, (starting c.a. 1890), that ended with the immigration ban of 1929 (https://www.politico.com/story/2019/03/22/hoover-immigration-quotas-1929-1228039). These waves largely replaced the Anglo-Saxon population in the Northeast, and almost entirely replaced the Anglo-Saxon population in the major cities. That is how Boston became Irish, and how NYC became one of the largest Ashkenazi cities in the world, among many other ethnic changes. In much the same way that Anglo-Saxons (and everybody else) has been pushed out of California by recent immigrants, the Anglo-Saxons were pushed out of the US Northeast and out of Eastern and Midwestern major cities.
    The arrival of a new population rendered the American Constitution unworkable. Large cities were run by political “machines”, which were actually very tightly organized to provide essential services for immigrant groups that (like the Irish) had no recent experience in self government. Again, see: George W. Plunkitt, Tammany Hall的Plunkitt, free on http://www.ProjectGutenberg.com, for the way these organizations saw themselves, or at least saw their aspirations. City politics, nationwide, rapidly lost any relation to the Enlightenment, and each city’s organization ran itself as revenue generating enterprises. Weber’s “Protestant Ethic” of government as small so as to leave people the time and freedom to aspire for a religious life was wholly lost in the city. Small towns were founded that did not speak English (German as a primary language with a newspaper in German lasted until WW I, 1914-1919).
    Progressives were an Anglo-Saxon / American attempt to cope with the above centrifugal forces. It arose during the Gilded Age, and the idea was that the same brand-new rational methods used to expand commercial activity (e.g. rational management, efficient use of resources, professional management, concentration of capital, discovery of new resources, application of new engineering, etc.) could be used to keep the USA from splitting.
    Progressives are responsible for direct election of the Senate (to eliminate inefficient State politics and centralize government), the doctrine of devolution (to let experts manage technical affairs), the Civil Service (to give control of government to experts), promotion by merit and IQ tests in government, the Federal Reserve, etc. They were great believers in the triumph of rationality.
    Turns out rationality wasn’t as all powerful as they thought. In particular, the Federal Reserve (and possibly Hoover’s attempts to make employers pay employees until their cash reserve was spent) was a bad idea.
    The Progressives were sure surprised when the Great Depression let FDR make all the above “reforms” highly political, eventually leading to our present situation.
    So, “of course” the Progressives wanted to introduce rational management by delegation to “organizations of experts” such as the ICC. Their one solution was to emulate what the successful commercial enterprises were doing. It was as predictable as sunrise.

    What agency was Clinton talking about?

    That would be CCIIO (https://www.cms.gov/CCIIO/Programs-and-Initiatives/Health-Insurance-Market-Reforms/compliance) and, within the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), the National Prevention, Health Promotion and Public Health Council to help begin to develop a National Prevention and Health Promotion Strategy. The Surgeon General shall serve as the Chairperson of the new Council.

    And I don’t see why her statement is accurate. She didn’t say “so that you can find out what it might mandate”, she said, so that you can find out what is in it. Presumably that simply means reading the proposed legislation . . .

    If reading the legislation would help understand what it would do, then there would be no need for the National Prevention, Health Promotion and Public Health Council , which is to “help begin to develop” the overall strategy. There were some specifics in ACA, true enough, but not enough to form a coherent idea of what the act would do (and none about cost reduction). That is why the plan lingers on after roughly doubling insurance costs.

    And that’s your answer, long winded & wordy, but an answer. Here are some implications:

    This is the sort of thing meant by “Loss of control by the voter”. Please note that extensive devolution also means “Loss of control by the Government”. For several years now Agency and Department Heads have treated Congress with thinly veiled contempt. You didn’t think that Trump is attacked because he’s bad, I hope. He and his followers are being attacked because he and they are actually trying to get some control over government. In this the US now and the USSR after Khrushchev was deposed is the same — low level organizations (cities, corporations) have effective control, and their only interest is (thanks to survival bias) in themselves. The top levels of government are simply running in front of the parade, and the US system, as was that in the USSR, is being depleted to eventual non-viability.

    Trump could change all this by invoking the Insurrection Act (IA), but the deterioration has progressed so far that such a drastic step about all anybody could do. Doing that would be very risky for the person who did it, and would almost certainly cause great poverty, suffering, and death, although less than invoking the IA later, so it’s most likely that “the can is kicked down the road” as it has been since the 1960s. Trump and his followers, promised “great poverty, suffering, and death” in any event, might actually invoke the IA.

    Biden/Harris will have the same choice, although they might not realize it unless they lose effective control over much of the US. And so it goes.

    • 回复: @Majority of One
  274. Conspiracy theorists tend to think of themselves as smart, better informed people than most people, them being one step ahead from the rest of us. But from what I have seen recently, they are the dumbest, most gullible people on earth.

    North Carolina was the last swing state that was called. Surprisingly, there were no reports of fraud, no dead people voting, no missing ballots boxes, no “dumps”, no protests, no hearings. The voting machines apparently worked just fine.

    Only a dumb gullible person would believe that the fact that North Carolina was called for Trump has nothing to do with it and that Trump’s strategy, which he declared in advance and which is often employed by sulking toddlers and sore losers, was to call fraud on every swing state he lost.

    Only the dumbest most gullible person would believe that a president with an approval ratings of 42%, that all polls had indicated was about to lose (including Fox News poll), was actually about to win all swing states, and win the elections in a landslide, and therefore the elections were stolen from him.

    Only the dumbest most gullible person would send his money to the Trump Defense Fund, which can be used for anything the grifter in chief pleases, and only part of it was used to fund frivolous meritless lawsuits without a scintilla of evidence by the nincompoop Giuliani and his clown show for \$20k/day.

    Only the dumbest most gullible person believes that if someone says “I saw something”, that is a smoking gun and proof of fraud, and there’s no need for courts, cross examination or an opportunity for the defense to demonstrate that what that person saw (and assuming he is not lying) is a lot more mundane than the grand conspiracy he imagined.

    I could go on and on but I’ll leave it at that. Anybody who falls for Trump’s grift is the dumbest most gullible person, not the sophisticated, informed person that he thinks himself to be.

  275. GeeBee 说:
    @obwandiyag

    The sight of the hoi-polloi having views on higher matters

    ‘hoi’ – as anyone benefitting from a classical education has known since childhood – is the plural of the Greek singular definite article ‘hos’. Those who write ‘the hoi polloi’ are thus guilty of tautology (need I explain that what they are therefore saying is, when translated, ‘the the people’?) I congratulate you on your expedition into the arcanae of Wikipedia in search of support regarding Pope’s aphorism. Most impressive. I have found, however, that people of my sort usually adopt a rather superior dismissal of those who garble Pope’s couplet by transliterating ‘knowledge’ for ‘learning’. It’s an elitist thing, and perhaps I ought to be ashamed of it. Then again, perhaps not.

    At all events, ’tis pity that your character is of that all too common type that resorts to 人身论据 whenever it encounters views contrary to its own. My attempts to cast light on the current predicament of most people are thus, according to your coarse and vulgar mode of expression, ‘horseshit’. In reply I can only commend that excellent product, noted as it is for assisting the growth of vital nourishment. Whether such nourishment is destined for the alimentary tract or the brain is, I would suggest, merely a matter of the practical versus the allegorical. I am thus inclined to take your demotic allusion as a compliment.

    I have watched you on here for some time, and have yet to find a contribution worthy of respect. As indeed have many others, if their divers summations of your 作品 are anything to go by. I shall not stoop to your own dismal level, but would inform you that I am impressed by neither your style nor your substance. Let us, you and I, leave it at that.

    • 同意: Lurker
    • 回复: @obwandiyag
  276. Lee 说:
    @Sick of Orcs

    Orc said:

    Let me answer your question with a question: do you think obozo wouldn’t have “illegally” sent the National Guard in if Americans were torching his brothers’ mosques?

    Don’t recall BO using the Fed to shutdown the rioting in Ferguson and Baltimore.

    That wasn’t BO style anyway.

    Ever the political opportunist—he would rather take advantage of a bad situation to ratchet up the countrys racial divide. Chaos suited his goals. Rahm Emanuel taught him well.

    • 同意: Supply and Demand
    • 回复: @Sick of Orcs
  277. @Mikael_

    So apparently we have arrived at an “agree to disagree” positioning as per spirituality vs religion. My perspective, as you appear to have recognized, is universalistic rather than particular. True,spiritual centered perspectives are more fluid–that’s an agreed upon given.

    I would heartily disagree that these broad-scaled, even cosmic articulations are a “grab-bag of thoughts”. For that we must deviate from the Newtonian, Cartesian, Marxist imposition which permeates official academic intellectualism and access a zone which those types abhor, a nexus where intuition, faith in this being a perhaps holographic projection of Creator, ever expansive and eternally questing and creating.

    The core human project as I perceive it is to become co-creators as individualized extensions of the ONE whom the Lakota people dare only to describe as “Wakan Tanka”, the Great Mystery. I groove with that. To me, manmade religious formulations are ultimately hubristic and evermore tend towards control of the individual by a priestcraftly elite. That elitism also extends to the atheists and the irreligious, who have dominated Western thought since the “Enlightenment”.

    One of my most profoundly postulated disagreements with BOTH religionists and rationalistic materialists centers my faith in our being individualized extensions of Creator’s own being. As Jesus pointed out, we must look WITHIN to connect with “the Father”—an essence he never appears to conflate with the hateful, bloodthirsty Hebrew tribal WarGod “YHWH” or Yahweh. This understanding is critical to understanding of the difference between those Jesusites who endeavored to follow what the Lakota called “The Red Road” or better understood to us as the spirit path, with those who are Trinitarian Christian believers.

    We are spirits, living a three-dimensional material lifetime. As extensions of Creator, we too are of eternal spirit.

    My biggest beef with the totally impositional Roman Christianity is the fact that Eusebius and the gang were evidently ordered by Constantine to remove all references to reincarnation from the “Holy Book” they edited, redacted, extrapolated and interpolated. This removal of an essential element of the spirit path was deemed essential to imposition of the mythos of Jesus dying on the cross to “save us from our sins” and that failure to BELIEVE this particular trope would land us in eternal Hellfire and Damnation. To that line I will ever say “BullShit”. It’s all about control over the people by that priestcraftly elite on behalf of the imperial agenda.

    According to ancient traditions to be found within the phantasmagoria of Hinduism, we currently reside in Kali Yuga, the Iron Age—an era in which the scum, rather than the cream of humanity rises to the top. I do believe, Mikael, that we can concur that this is not an inapt description of our current cultural condition.

    Materialistic rationalists have denounced Astrology as being “unscientific” or even anti-science. Yet, the 26,000 year cycle of the Precession of the Equinoxes tells me that the figure of Jesus (sign of the fish embraced by the original Jesusites) was the archetype for the Age of Pisces.

    It remains not inconceivable that we happen to be in the final stages of the Kali Yuga and may, should the Awakening continue to prosper, transition into a whole nother dimensional reality, a renaissance of the general human spirit where Real-I-Zations will actualize those brief multidimensional excursions some of us have taken through the use of entheogens.

    Nuclear Metaphysics: One is All and All is One. The Whole is equal to AND greater than the sum of its parts.

    • 回复: @Mikael_
    , @Emslander
  278. @Anonymous

    Though I find your penultimate conclusion to be but a partially formulated projection; your erudite understanding and interpretation of historical developments does appear to have achieved full velocity into the stratospheric reaches of meta-political understanding.

    Your contributions to this discourse are valuable and enlightening, overall. I look forward to future essays on this site where your analytics skills should be appreciated by virtually all of the more discerning readers and posters.

    • 同意: Erebus
  279. @Conspiracy Buster

    Only the dumbest and most gullible persons would cite opinion polls as having any possible degree of validity. It wouldn’t surprise me if you have several letters assembled as a tail swinging behind your surname.

  280. Willow 说:
    @Anonymous

    The media didn’t cover the President’s most important speech is a crime. The Fairness Doctrine must be reinstated that mandates both sides of an issue are aired during news programming on any channel or publication. The public square needs to be restored and the People need to be informed . Social media monopolistic control must be broken up.

    • 回复: @Miville
  281. @Conspiracy Buster

    You will soon become acquainted with the rigger Ruby Freeman and her lovely daughter. The very tip of this election fraud iceberg.

  282. nymom 说:

    I believe small scale fraud has been going on in US election since the 60s. Small scale meaning on a state-by-state or county basis, as needed, to get various politically correct persons elected.

    It was pretty much ignored by many people and the media who consoled themselves with the idea that most Americans were either too dumb or too racist to vote correctly; so this was a needed corrective to get the proper people into office.

    It was for the greater good.

    Now, of course, we see the end result…

    • 同意: Emslander
  283. @Lee

    Don’t recall BO using the Fed to shutdown the rioting in Ferguson and Baltimore.

    Ferguson and Baltiless benefitted the gay muslim kenyan’s victimhood narrative. It’s never the orcs’ fault for committing crimes or rioting.

    My question concerned what do you think obozo would do if the rioters were mostly White and setting fire to mosques?

    Would he wait for a governor to ask for his help or would he mobilize the NatGuard and send them in, laws be damned?

    (Ironically, Orange Putter would likely ALSO send them in illegally just like obozo, since it was mohammedans under siege and not privileged Whites.)

  284. Erebus 说:
    @Anonymous

    跟随 @Robert Snefjella’s@eD’s leads, I thank you for 2 enlightening posts. Excellent. The light you’ve thrown on how the sausage works have come to this point is much appreciated.

  285. @Afterthought

    I vote for new sovereign homeland… Oops, my vote was just flipped to Biden Mandarin speaking global empire.

  286. Lee 说:

    Orc said:

    My question concerned what do you think obozo would do if the rioters were mostly White and setting fire to mosques?

    Would he wait for a governor to ask for his help or would he mobilize the NatGuard and send them in, laws be damned?

    Same answer as before—BO would not have had the Fed intervene. Much easier to stay out of the fray and publicly blame the whole example that you cite on systemic US Islamophobia.That is what community organizers do—they never fix anything.

  287. Jiminy 说:
    @Majority of One

    It sounds like you are suggesting a Stalin like purge to reset and put straight things that have been allowed to grow and fester, poisoning the nation since basically, the last Stalin purge of 36. It won’t be pretty to watch, but the question is who would begin the purge. How would it begin?
    A full enquiry though has to be made into the election processes of the US, if only to give it some form of legitimacy in the eyes of the voting public. If not then why bother with the expense of having them. Also, aren’t the voting machines used to allow for hasty election results?

    • 回复: @Majority of One
  288. @Jiminy

    “When machines count the votes, voters’ votes don’t count.” -Stickman- 2004

  289. I previously made a short video on Americs’s Joan of Arc starring Sidney Powell and Michael Flynn also in the cast Barrak Obama, Joe Biden, Donald Trump, Kamila Harris, , Benjamin Netanyahu, Burnie Sanders , Christopher Steele, Richard Dearlove and Stefan Halper.

    The internet has also amplified and changed communication. To tell the truth might create an epistemological problems of such magnitude as to load the logical and semantic resources of the English language with a burden that it is not reasonably expected to bear.
    The western devolution of the democratic dogma. That the US can throw up two ignorant, half educated bumbling liars to run for the highest office in the land only confirms the devolution of that society. Watch the shout video for the ‘shock’ ending.

    • 回复: @Skeptikal
  290. Mikael_ 说:
    @Majority of One

    To set the record correct

    [Mikael_ wrote:]
    spirituality […] 可以变成 a grab bag of thoughts

    And you didn’t touch at all on my Christian key point ‘[Large-scale] Perfection is not possible in this [earthly] world’,
    but at the same time happily posit

    manmade religious formulations are ultimately hubristic
    […] elitism

    without addressing the contradiction [to that key point.]
    (BTW Do you actually agree with me that 所有 religious formulations are manmade?)

    I assume I am more on the extreme end of that thought spectrum, but I have come to find not just Humanism (or whatever you want to call ‘human rights’ and ‘scientism’ of today’s technocratic society), but also underlying Enlightenment to be aberrations of truthful philosophy/theology. But that’s a topic for an entirely separate thread.

    I once watched an Orthodox Christian Archpriest state “…to accept the idea that God can be 什么 but power. Christianity presents a paradoxical view of God as 虚弱. God is frailty.”
    An absolutely mind-blowing viewpoint to me, at the time. Compare to other religions.

    Jesus didn’t save us from our sins. He only stated categorically that there is a way out from our sins (and those of our forefathers), by that if we truly work for our betterment our old sins will be 原谅. Meaning there is reason for hope, as we are not stuck in the dead end of Gnostic thought, 除其他事项外。

    Flogging the dead horse Eusebius (or any other ‘showcase villain’) doesn’t change the fact that the ‘ossified’ Bible would never have been 完美,不管怎样。

    You wrote in the beginning “My perspective […] is universalistic”;
    I had stated “spirituality puts less emphasis on having an as-singular-and-simple-as-possible foundation [than religion]” and I have now highlighted in bold the distinguisher, for me.
    I have so far not identified any major flaws in the foundational ideas of Christianity, as applied to this earthly world.
    Haggling over our understanding of the afterworld, where large-scale perfection is possible again (and spirits can live 万古), is a relatively pointless exercise to me – as it has no influence on my thought process on 如何行动 in the earthly world.

  291. Emslander 说:
    @Conspiracy Buster

    Those are certainly the alternative arguments. I’ll only answer one, which is the idea that a president with a 42 percent approval rating can’t win.

    1. He can win if he faces an opponent whose reputation and “approval” rating is literally in the basement. People always vote for a person for president, not an idea.

    2. The approval rating is always interpreted as being a reflection of progressive accomplishments, not conservative approval. People who want authoritative leaders would have lots of problems with Trump, but would vote for him in view of the alternative.

    • 回复: @Skeptikal
  292. Emslander 说:
    @Majority of One

    My biggest beef with the totally impositional Roman Christianity is the fact that Eusebius and the gang were evidently ordered by Constantine to remove all references to reincarnation from the “Holy Book” they edited, redacted, extrapolated and interpolated.

    Can you give your authority for that statement?

    I got back to Roman Catholic devotion through a somewhat similar approach to yours until somebody told me that, if I truly believe we’re only spiritual beings caught up in our own or someone else’s illusions of reality, go stand in front of a speeding bus one day.

    • 回复: @Majority of One
  293. Tom Rogers 说:
    @Authenticjazzman

    No response from you yet on what you mean by ‘Mensa qualified’, what qualifications Mensa offers (I am not aware of any), and which national Mensa you are a member of, if any.

    “Airborne trained US army vet” could mean anything from service in an actual airborne infantry unit, down to somebody in the Army who spent anything from a day to a few weeks learning to parachute.

    I normally wouldn’t care, but since you make a point of it in every other post and you’re so strident and rude to other commenters, my interested is piqued. I suspect you’re a delusional fantasist. The reference to “pro Jazz artist” indicates you’re either a white boomer or black.

  294. @Emslander

    All forms of assumed “authority” arouse my suspicions. Curious about your return to “Roman Catholic devotion”. Your acronym, “Emslander” suggests Nord-Sachsen, rather close to Emden. In that part of Germany Roman Catholics are about as commonly encountered as bicuspids on a Rhode Island Red. Perhaps your matrilineal line is from Bayern or Der Schwartzwald?

  295. obwandiyag 说:
    @GeeBee

    I didn’t say “hoi” you fucking idiot. To whom are you responding?

    • 回复: @GeeBee
  296. All voting in a presidential election must be done in person and all ballots must be hand counted by humans and all such counting must be recorded on video.

    • 同意: Skeptikal
  297. Everyone has seen those many youtube videos of biden molesting little girls. And yet we are told pedo-joe got 80 million votes!!!

  298. “””“My intent,” Powell assets, “has always been to expose all the fraud I could find and let the chips fall where they may—whether it be upon Republicans or Democrats.”””””

    Hey sidney. Forget that bipartisan crap. Republicans don’t cheat because they can’t. The corporate media watches them like a hawk. But they turn a blind eye to dem cheating.

  299. GeeBee 说:
    @obwandiyag

    The sight of the hoi-polloi having views on higher matters wasn’t welcomed by those who had been classically schooled – hence ‘a little learning is a dangerous thing’.

    You really are a sad case old chap – you can’t even recall the shallow substance of your incoherent ramblings and their obligatory barbed vulgarities. And neither can you disguise your coarse roots nor curb your despicable tendencies to insult. You are the epitome of the vulgar little tick. But then, your sort can be relied upon to provide endless scope for sport. You have your uses, as did Ganymede to Zeus.

    • 回复: @obwandiyag
  300. DaveE 说:
    @R.C.

    Communism/socialism, etc., have always been intended to be perceived as altruistically inspired, when they have really always just been a cover for despotism, NWO, et al.

    Jewish despotism, to be more precise. The Jews who inflicted Bolshevik ideology that destroyed Christian Russia, after murdering the Czar and his family, in a basement, after he had already ABDICATED (a purely Jewish – revenge murder) plunged Russia into a Jew-dominated totalitarian hell, from which it took nearly a century to start recovering from.

    It’s really pretty damn simple, once you get past all the cowardly academic blowhards who try to obfuscate the obvious.

    Communism – Government in control of every aspect of your life, with Jews in control of every aspect of the government.

    • 同意: GeneralRipper
    • 回复: @Miville
  301. Art 说:

    Fox is ignoring the Powel and Wood voter fraud court cases. Watched Fox’s Gutfeld Saturday show on Youtube. Powel and Wood were never mentioned. Rudy’s voter fraud suites were, but not the politically incorrect Powel cases.

    This is a grave political crime. The truth is being ignored just like with the Hunter emails. The Jew media cabal has leaped into total dishonesty. Big consequential events are being totally ignored. America is flying blind.

    p.s. Gutfeld and all those people at Fox know that they are being untrue with their viewers – SHAME!

    • 回复: @Katrinka
  302. chinoche 说:

    Powell makes a case for the elimination of computerize voting. She still needs to make a case that there was specific fraudulent action that turned the election in the favor of Biden

  303. @GeneralRipper

    Sorry you couldn’t make your point. So you’re proud of other men’s accomplishments. What’s that word you right-wing dolts love to throw around? Starts with a “C”, rhymes with “buck”?

    • 回复: @GeneralRipper
  304. @Ron T

    Projection shines through in each paragraph of your silly post. You’re flailing away at conspiracy theories as though you don’t know that the absurd tale of Biden’s victory is a debunked and false conspiracy theory.

    Admit it: you know.

  305. @Rufus Clyde

    Pretty funny how that very excellent video, which was not even a reply to you, or “obvious” or “gay troll” or “Corvinus” elicits such vehement responses.

    Like a vampire being shown a crucifix…lol

    So you’re proud of other men’s accomplishments.

    Yeah, I am. In addition to my own accomplishments, I’m proud of the courage and sacrifice of my ancestors and I honor them for it. I use it as inspiration in my own life, and post them to hopefully inspire the same courage in my fellow Americans.

    You’re a Canadian ( which is ok, I suppose ) as well as Leftist indoctrinated filth ( which certainly is not )

    So I doubt you get it.

    It’s quite clear you don’t understand the meaning of the word “cuck”

  306. Katrinka 说:
    @Anon7

    I don’t care what this affirmative action sheboon has to say. Why didn’t she do anything about the problem before it got to this point? I guess she got her five minutes of fame.

  307. Katrinka 说:
    @Art

    Turn off the Tee Vee for cryin’ out loud!

  308. Anonymous[290]• 免责声明 说:

    To inject a note of external reality here, see:
    https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/2021-will-be-catastrophic-un-warns-humanitarian-crisis-270-million-people-starve

    0.27 billion people (out of an estimated 7.8 billion as of 2020-12-06) “might” starve just from COVID-19 economic dislocations. Considerably more ( >3 x 0.27 billion minimum at a wild guess) would starve if the US becomes more disorganized, as now seems inescapable. If regional warfare were to be waged, the multiplier would increase from 3 to 4 or perhaps 5, and more yet if nuclear weapons were used (say, India vs. Pakistan for a start) and worldwide trade proves impossible to restore.

    We are looking at a very serious situation, more serious than hardship only in the US but nowhere else.

    Back around 2008 the US War College held an exercise that assumed failure of the Himalayan Plateau glaciers / snow pack from “global warming”, and consequent failures of the rivers that supply China and India. The exercise was to provide adequate humanitarian aid to the affected area.
    think about that. The US was supposed to provide the necessities of life to ( what, about 3/4 the world’s population that could no longer farm?).
    If the US War College situation were real, the US would be utterly helpless, unable to do anything significant, and would be very lucky if it were not destroyed in wars over scraps during the Asian die-off. There are just some failures too big to fix. Even trying to stop them would be like sending all the social workers out to catch a dinosaur killer size asteroid as it hit so as to keep it from doing any damage.

    Secondary effects from the 2020 Federal election could be much greater than who wins in the US, unless the win preserves world trade. In fact, if the 0.27 billion deaths estimate is anywhere near real [1] then the effect of just COVID-19 and inept government would be greater outside the US than inside. 0.27 billion dead is, to one figure, 0.3 billion dead — about the population of all today’s US.

    1] Look at how a decreased supply and increased demand from China raised grain prices and caused the Arab Spring: https://medium.com/something-about-everything/food-riots-and-the-arab-spring-4886e4c3604 The world isn’t rich, it’s poor, and it doesn’t take much to cause famines.

  309. Anon[477]• 免责声明 说:
    @Curmudgeon

    So the CIA is in bed with Spain? No wonder references to Spain are all over the media; in tv shows, news broadcasts, print, business, arts, health care[ Minnesota has a pipe line with them too ,I noticed from watching PBS. So does NYC and the education system. Always in an empathic light .[ When a Spanish citizen tried to commit a terrorist act on a train , the media said he was French]. I used to think it was part of la Raza’s campaign of making the US a Latino country; Latino supremacism on the march. Now I see it’s more then that; Spain is now a satelite country of the US. Even the right wing will not attribute Spain to the Dominion meddling ; mentions it in passing but fixates on Canada and or Germany; protecting Spain from negative publicity.

  310. obwandiyag 说:
    @GeeBee

    That’s from the source I quoted, idiot.

    And anyhow, “the hoi polloi” is standard English.

    And I love your pathetic attempts at writing “fine prose.” Really. You think that dumbass thesaurus shit reveals your cultivation. It reveals you sad lack of self-awareness.

    Look up what diction errors are. You wouldn’t know diction and usage from your asshole.

    • 哈哈: Featherless
  311. Skeptikal 说:
    @Emslander

    I have never “approved” of DJT but voted for him anyhow because I hated the alternative even more!

    That is called race to the bottom and that is what we have in the USA today.

  312. @Ron T

    Ron T, you are in error on virtually every point made. A quick check will show that anomalies are found in many other states like MN, VA, NY, and CA. Knowing how difficult it is to prove election fraud, the democrats used many methods in their strategy. In California the most common method is illegal voters, i.e. illegal immigrants. This year CA, and other states also used Antifa and other groups to cast illegal votes and vote in multiple locations. They also took advantage how difficult it is to make a case in a court and in a very short time. Courts are retincient to declare an election as fraudulent or void, so democrats took advantage of this as a tactic in the theft. Looking at the data. Trump won over 80% of US counties. The democrats studied data from 2016 and calculated that if Illinois, CA, MN, and NY could do their normal job of election fraud, then they could concentrate their efforts on just 5 or 6 states, and specifically just 1 or 2 counties in each of those states. What they didn’t expect was the massive turnout in those states’ other counties for Trump. Most of those other counties went for Trump at over 65%-70% with a massive 65 to 70% voter turnout. But they had a contingency plan. When they realized the turnout was massive for Trump late in the night, they shutdown the counting, supposedly. Then they called in orders for fresh Biden ballots. Ballots went out from multiple locations to everyone that needed them. They used the fake Ballots to get them up over the line, and then every vote that was counted after that was calculated by a simple fractional count, as an example, 50.3% for Biden 49.7% for Trump. To get that percentage they but an algorithm in place that gave 1.2 votes for Biden for every Biden vote and 0.7 votes for every Trump vote. Every now and then they had to make adjustments in the totals because Trump had such massive votes coming in he was still catching up even with the algorithm handicap. But because their theft had to be bold they couldn’t help but leave statistical evidence and obvious trails. Their big hope was that given the media was in their pocket, they could bully Trump into conceding before any evidence was forthcoming. They knew they could get some weak Republicans to fold, and use some foreign dignitaries to acknowledge Biden, that would put pressure on Trump too. But Trump didn’t concede and went into attack mode. Many experts came out to help him. Then regular people started testifying what they saw on election night. Now we have to see if the links in the chain that are left, state legislators and or judges will have the courage and strong virtuous character to make the righteous decisions necessary to end this corruption now. This will be the test because the democrats had these weak links in the chain as part of their strategy to win. I hope they were wrong and these are not weak links.

    • 同意: Skeptikal
  313. Wazup 说:
    @Hartmut Pilch

    Is that your attemp at wordplay for ‘coservative’? If u want it to stick think about something catchy, like ‘demonrats’, which has gained wide popularity in no small part from their inability to take principled positions against egalitarian bigotry (e.g. all lives matter, especially helpless babies just trying to be born).
    Four years of screaming Russian interference must’ve slipped past your bias but it does appear to have been a straw man to avoid any honest debate on the true meaning of ‘values’.

  314. Skeptikal 说:
    @Michael Victor Gaseti

    This all sounds very logical to me.

    Fairly easy to plan for those whose metier this kind of planning is.

  315. @Michael Victor Gaseti

    Thank you for that! Not only does all this sound logical (to agree with Skeptikal) and plausible (my addition), but it is both logical and plausible that this has been going on for longer than we think. Which would explain head-scratching results like the statewide races in Michigan (2018), Virginia (just about every cycle recently), hell even in Kansas (governor’s race in 2018), California, and probably too many congressional and US Senate races to count.

    And while we are on the subject of theft and deception, and recognizing that there are many lies in this Age of the Big Lie, one of the most prominent lie is surely this: “The country is divided 50/50 right down the middle. ”

    I say bullshit to that.

    A bigger question is: On what important issue are we NOT being gaslighted?

  316. @Michael Victor Gaseti

    Twice, I attempted to add “Thanks” for your analysis. You have selected some key aspects of the overall complexity.

    As a Minnesotan sporting an “F” Red Letter (akin to Hester Prym’s “Scarlet Letter” of literary note, I was nevertheless sent–at my recently temporary address—a voter ballot package by the office of the Minnesota Secretary of State, a member of the Democrat Former Labor Party,of course.

    The envelope is still in my custody and remains unopened. If that office was aware that I was at this current temporary address (without being informed of that status by myself or anyone in this household) they should also have been cognizant of that scarlet letter prohibiting me from voting.

    In my estimation this is prima facie evidence of–at least–bad administrative lack of due-diligence and more likely of yet another form of “ballot harvesting” from the ineligible as part of an overall, highly centralized organized plan to actualize Biden’s statement regarding his campaign sporting a thoroughgoing fraud. I am one of many thousands who have listened to that video tape.

  317. Miville 说:
    @gay troll

    Only personal private enemies within the confines of the nation or of the faith. Jesus never put into question the necessity to fight the enemies of Israel, the public enemies, and even to warn against any humanistic impulse to treat them as equal, which injunction was to pass from the nation of Israel to the church of Rome as soon as the schism between Judaism and Christianity was consummated. Early Christianity started right away with a permanent call to persecute Jews and heretics and to use the Roman state’s secular arm even when they were themselves persecuted.

  318. Miville 说:
    @Willow

    No, it is a well-established fact, a fact that everyone has been able to check from live footage and through the intermediary of no hearsay, that Trump never never stops bullshitting in the very same snake oil huckster’s way he explicitly praises in the Art of the Deal. Trump’s only negotiation technique is the art of burying his client under a mass a counter truths so big that nobody would have just the time to contradict a single one without being buried under three or four more counter-truths, the aim of which being not convincing you of a particular lie but to make you give up any factual argumentation. Of course the Liberal press lies, but they respect the client’s demand for lies depending on his degree of addiction to lie. Trump combats facts not even because such or such fact might go against his interests but because his interest is to go against all facts. One of the biggest of Trump lies is his vow to make America great again : his mission has been to terminate it as a world power.

  319. Miville 说:
    @DaveE

    Most Russian proles of Petrograd just regretted that the Czar’s execution had not been public and preceded by elaborate torture. The majority wanted to see him with his skull broken open by a hammer and his head severed with a sickle, as was the real meaning of the early Soviet emblem. Lenin was opposed to such a gory spectacle that might inflame world opinion and give out Soviet Russia as the criminal entity it really was, and asked for the death penalty he had incurred to be quick and anonymous, motivated by technical necessity alone : they were killed as it had become clear that the White Army was encircling Iekaterinenburg in great part thanks to their efforts and the street battles were raging. The Czar had already been condemned to death in abstentia (he would not stoop to be even represented by a lawyer at a popular trial) three times, first for his 1905 Red Sunday massacre which had been proved to be organized by design with false flag Pope Gapone, then for his implying Russia into WWI in perfect knowledge it would be lost, then for his call upon Kornilov to have his power restored DESPITE the fact he had abdicated : he had proved that he had no honour and that his word had no value. He did deserve the death penalty, though this penalty was meted out by a very wrong political party. The German-born Empress was a sworn enemy of the Russian people and made no mystery about it.

  320. Miville 说:
    @Majority of One

    This is giving Trump a divine mission. But given the way he made his fortunes that is absolutely impossible : even though he did not go through the Masonic curriculum he was imposed directly by Israel onto America. Anyway the main grand way they want to deploy to diminish world population is by making gay sex the only acceptable one and exterminating only the peoples who don’t mostly among the Muslims and the Blacks.

  321. mcohen 说:

    4年零4天
    no matter what the man says
    he may not want to concede
    but it is a done deed.

    from the ballad “Trumpy gone bah” by mcohen

  322. FedUp 说:

    The real con is the entire election. They were both anti-Aryan puppets. The entire system is the enemy, not Biden. This article is sooooo gay.

    “Sidney Powell is above reproach, a strong empowered woman fighting against undead dragons breathing flesh eating acid so as to do justice by ensuring Gwowious Wleeeeeeeeeedurr Zio Don Trump may stay in office making promises he will not keep (well, promises that would benefit someone other than Jews & other hostile aliens pillaging inside our castle’s walls) and making his Platinum Plan to give blacks half a trillion in gibs relax its 4d chess, its courage to grant unconditional support to someone who repeatedly screws you so long as his words sound nice! Sidney Powell the strong empowered woman (not “grifter”) is a paragon of hope & virtue let us hold our heads down & close our eyes as our minds fry praying to rabbi yeshua king of the Jews and to his father Jewhova the Jewish volcano demon heeear e heeeeeear e, aye, lets endlessly masturbate so we get the orange con man to stay puppet minion of the Jews so the other puppet minion of the Jews doesnt dangle by the strings! Zio Don was cheated! Only a ‘madman’ or a ‘traitor’ wouldnt support Zio Don who was sooo close to Jeffrey Epstein. Zio Don did soooo much for Aryans. So what he denounced ‘white nationalists’ and had his justice department name them public enemy #1 as he bombed Syria for Israel’s behalf!? You’re just too sensitive & you lack enough faith, you just gotta trust the clearly stated plan harder. Surely Zio Don will build the border wall and reduce invasion of goblins! Srsly close your eyes & pray to god who is aka Rabbi Yeshua! These are the words of an American patriot. Zio Don was cheated! The platinum plan gave me a hard on and you’re just scared of my power if you don’t agree. A song: And i’m proud to be an Amer-i-can, where at least i know Sidney Powell won’t throw in the towel to ensure we have Zio Don as puppet in chief, Biden is a thief, & the thought of not having Zio Don console me with more empty promises as he only serves Jews gives me great grief! And i proudly stand up, to be conned, by dear Zio Don, mentored by the Jew Roy Cohn, God bless the JewSA! MIGA forever! When exploited & abused repeatedly, a real man just takes it harder to prove his endurance, sissies!”

    • 回复: @Tony Hall
  323. Tony Hall 说:
    @FedUp

    Who are you quoting FedUp? Yourself?

    • 回复: @Emslander
  324. Mike-SMO 说:

    Loved the Kraken meme. Larger than a Brown Recluse which can make your hinder parts fall off. Big monsters make big, obvious targets. I’m guessing that they will not feel Sidney’s bite until they are in Intensive Care. I rather liked the town of Deir ez Zor, Syria. There was nothing, then the ground became very fertile, then there was nothing. You don’t see the bad ones coming. “The Kraken” and “The Donald” strike at very different levels. Remember Ambassador Nikki, “We are always watching…… You won’t see us coming……. There is no power on earth that can save you….” The “explosive” automobile accident in Georgia suggests that they are already digging deep into their tool bag to keep the pieces together. I don’t know the next moves, but I rather like the style of play.

  325. Emslander 说:
    @Tony Hall

    The Texas action just filed in the United States Supreme Court may the big one. Read this report by Kris Kobacht:

    [更多]

    周一,就在午夜之前,德克萨斯州提起了一场比围绕 3 月 XNUMX 日总统大选的所有其他诉讼更重要的诉讼。

    得克萨斯州对四个做了他们不能做的事情的州提起诉讼:他们在总统选举中违反了美国宪法。 无论可能导致的选举舞弊数量如何,都会发生这种违规行为。 四个被告州是乔治亚州、密歇根州、宾夕法尼亚州和威斯康星州。

    德克萨斯州直接向最高法院提起诉讼。 宪法第三条列举了少数几类最高法院拥有“初审管辖权”的案件。 其中一类涉及“两个或多个州之间的争议”。 德克萨斯的西装正是如此。 最高法院过去曾认为,它可以自行决定拒绝受理此类案件。 但是,高等法院有责任受理此案,尤其是当它提出这样一个简单的宪法问题时,以及何时可以间接决定谁于 20 年 2021 月 XNUMX 日宣誓就任总统。

    德克萨斯州的诉讼很清楚,它提出了一个引人注目的案例。 四个违规的州均以两种方式违反了美国宪法。

    首先,当各州的行政或司法官员在没有通过州立法机构的情况下改变选举规则时,他们违反了宪法第二条的选举人条款。 选举人条款要求每个州“以立法机关指示的方式”“任命”其总统选举人。

    民国初期,大多数州议会直接任命总统选举人,不举行总统普选。 这将在 XNUMX 世纪的最初几十年发生变化。 但宪法原则保持不变。 无论一个州是通过立法机关的投票还是人民的投票来任命其选举人,都是州立法机关——而且只有州立法机关——制定规则。

    因此,当宾夕法尼亚州最高法院将接收邮寄选票的截止日期延长三天时,违反州立法机构通过的法律,州法院违反选举人条款更改了规则。 同样,当佐治亚州的国务卿通过与佐治亚州民主党达成妥协和解协议和释放(即同意令)来回应诉讼,并修改佐治亚州法律规定的签名验证要求时,规则的改变违反了选举人条款。

    第二次违宪发生在四个州中每个州的个别县改变了它们接收、评估或处理选票的方式时。 二十年前,在具有里程碑意义的布什诉戈尔案中,当佛罗里达州的一个县以一种方式处理选票而另一个佛罗里达县以不同的方式处理选票时,最高法院认为这违反了第十四修正案的平等保护条款。 选民享有宪法赋予的权利,让他们的选票在县与县之间得到平等对待。

    因此,当密歇根州韦恩县的选举官员无视密歇根州法律的要求,拒绝投票观察者进行计票,而密歇根州的其他县则遵守法律,这违反了平等保护条款。 同样,在威斯康星州,当密尔沃基市选举委员会的行政长官无视威斯康星州法律的要求并指示选举工作人员在装有邮寄选票的信封上写下证人的地址时,而没有证人地址的选票在其他地方被视为无效,这导致了该州对选票的不平等待遇。

    重要的是,德克萨斯州的诉讼提出了一个纯粹的法律问题。 它不依赖于有争议的事实。 尽管选举规则的这些违宪更改可能助长了选民欺诈,但德克萨斯州不需要证明一个欺诈案件即可获胜。 四个州违反宪法就够了。

    该诉讼要求最高法院将四个州的选举人任命发还给州议会。 正如最高法院在 1892 年在 McPherson v. Blacker 案中所说的那样,“无论法令或州宪法可能作出何种规定来由人民选择选举人,毫无疑问,立法机关有权恢复随时的力量……”。

    如果得克萨斯州获胜,四个州立法机构在任命总统选举人时可以遵循任意数量的课程。 他们可以评估选举结果并试图排除那些违反州法律计票的选票以确定获胜者,或者他们可以在两名候选人之间分配他们的选举团选票,或者他们可以走不同的道路。 但他们无论做什么都必须遵守宪法。

    在该国其他地区,各州在任命总统选举人时遵循宪法规定。 不能允许违规国家违反相同的规则。 这不仅仅是宪法问题。 这是一个基本的公平问题。

  326. Skeptikal 说:
    @Emslander

    哈!

    This was the basic substance of my (Candide-like) query on the Brett Redmayne-Titley thread.

    IOW, don’t these types of changes give some voters in some states an unfair advantage over those in states that follow the law? And by extension the states themselves?

    Seems like Texas is saying, Yep, they sure do.

  327. Skeptikal 说:
    @Emslander

    Trying to find this online but so far with no success.

    Do you have a link for Kobach’s comments, or for the Texas filing itself?

  328. Emslander 说:
    @Skeptikal

    非常好奇。

    It was the lead article on Breitbart at about 8:45 CT this morning. Now it has been taken down without a trace.

    I’d apologize except I don’t think it was my bad.

    • 回复: @Skeptikal
  329. Tony Hall 说:
    @Emslander

    Big news. Thanks Emslander. The Chris Kobach story is being picked up now and extended all over at, for instance,

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/breaking-texas-files-lawsuit-against-4-states-at-supreme-court-over-election-rules

    Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced early on Tuesday morning that the state of Texas has filed a lawsuit against four states—Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin—at the United States Supreme Court for allegedly exploiting “the COVID-19 pandemic to justify ignoring federal and state election laws and unlawfully enacting last-minute changes, thus skewing the results of the 2020 General Election.”

    To me a very big part of the news is that state officials exploited the COVID-19 plandemic to include the 计划 of election rigging. The same media agencies pushing plandemic fear porn are the same media agencies trying to block the dissemination of the news of election fraud.

  330. “Dominion used Chinese parts, and there’s reason to believe that China, Venezuela, Cuba interfered in the election.”

    If they can’t identify the Deep State, better say nothing.
    This particular part hugely damage the entire bstory.

  331. Skeptikal 说:
    @Emslander

    Probably not your bad!

    I used the search terms “Kris Kobach Texas” and got nothing.

    Certainly no Breitbart hits.

    Not that it matters, but just saying what I searched for.

    This looks to me like very big news.
    To me it seemed obvious that changing voting deadlines and the whole mail-in fiasco in effect gave those states an advantage over other states.

    It seems to me that if SCOTUS doesn’t put a stop to this right now, we’ll be looking at a race to the bottom with the next election cycle as states try to tweak their practices to gain advantages. Furthermore a secondary result would be an incentive to exaggerate the plandemic or any other circumstance that could be used as a pretext for twiddling with voting practices and deadlines.

    BWDIK?
    I am not a legal expert.

    • 回复: @Emslander
  332. @Tony Hall

    Should the S.Ct. even begin to pretend to slip-slide out of this one, it will result in a landmark case between state and federal sovereignties, according to the Dual sovereignties doctrine which in a split 7-2 decision, the S.Ct. itself upheld just this past summer, a decision I rued at the time, but which now hoists them on their own petard. That would amount to a constitutional crisis of the first water, as other state attorneys general would be likely to file Amicus Curae briefs conjointly with the Texas position.

    Thus, it appears to be virtually impossible for the S.Ct. to not find on behalf of the suit by the state of Texas; thereby effectually overturning the corrupted election process in favor of our sitting president. This precedent would be massively effectual in President Trump holding a fistful of Aces in his long-stated intention of draining the Swamp.

    The old rebel slogan of “The South Shall Rise Again” may have taken on a whole new shade of meaning, as Texas has stood firm for Constitutional rule once more regaining some measure of viability. Time will tell, of course, but a re-energized Trump Administration would likely dump Pomposity as well as Barr and then go after the Deep State 3-letter agencies, beginning with the FBI, DOJ and the CIA. That done, he could go so far as to do an Obama on the brass- noses in the Pentagon who are connected via Platinum-Parachute navel-cords to the WarDefense industry; another apparent target of Our President.

    All in all, chances look good for patriotic Americans being able to breathe once again. While he is at it Trump should do all he can to remove the Patriot Suppression Act from the books.

    • 回复: @John Fisher
  333. Emslander 说:
    @Skeptikal

    It seems to me that if SCOTUS doesn’t put a stop to this right now, we’ll be looking at a race to the bottom with the next election cycle as states try to tweak their practices to gain advantages. Furthermore a secondary result would be an incentive to exaggerate the plandemic or any other circumstance that could be used as a pretext for twiddling with voting practices and deadlines.

    You say you’re not a legal expert. Well, I’m a retired lawyer who went to a pretty good law school. I’ve had extensive experience in constitutional law and litigation and where we are now is uncharted waters. Don’t let anyone make you think they know anything definitive.

    In view of past reluctance by SCOTUS to get involved in electoral matters, my feeling is that there’s an 80% chance that all this litigation will die in state and lower federal courts.

    I like the Texas approach, though. This will get their attention.

    • 回复: @gsjackson
    , @Justvisiting
  334. @Majority of One

    I’ve been reminding people for a month that Trump made the (at the time) puzzling comment right after Ruth Bader Ginsburg died: “I think this [the upcoming election] will end up in the Supreme Court,” Trump told reporters. “And I think it’s very important that we have nine justices.”

    I wonder why Texas waited so long.

    • 回复: @Skeptikal
    , @Majority of One
  335. Skeptikal 说:
    @John Fisher

    “I wonder why Texas waited so long. ”

    好问题!

    Let’s hope there is a good answer.

  336. @Skeptikal

    Looks like the SC is going to hear the case:

    Update (1515ET): Just twelve hours after it was filed, the US Supreme Court has officially put Texas’s lawsuit against Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin on the docket, meaning the case will be heard.

    https://www.zerohedge.com/political/texas-sues-georgia-michigan-pennsylvania-and-wisconsin-supreme-court-over-election

    That didn’t take long. LOL

  337. Emslander 说:
    @Skeptikal

    If the SCOTUS does anything, it will probably bundle a group of cases that are ripe for them to review, giving them the opportunity to dispose of all issues of law.

    It doesn’t look to me like today is any kind of drop-dead date. It seems to be an arbitrarily enacted deadline to give Congress ample warning of disputes. A court that is providing a constitutional remedy could ignore it, if necessary. Hell, I’m not sure December 14, the date the electors vote, is quite so absolute.

    • 回复: @John Fisher
  338. @Emslander

    Agreed. But don’t you think taking a case like this ahead of the deadline (even if just ahead) is better than waiting until after the deadline passes?

    Perhaps this was always the planned recourse, even the timing, and the vile media cannot bleat in unison (but the deadline has passed so it is moot…blah, blah, blah).

    To me, Trump has appeared almost too comfortable throughout this process. And his statement back in September almost immediately after RBG died, was telling (IMO).

  339. gsjackson 说:
    @Emslander

    If I’m not mistaken, all three of Trump’s appointees got themselves involved in the electoral matter of 2000, to the detriment of the Democrat Party candidate — perhaps one of the reasons they were selected by Trump. I think Justice Thomas would like nothing better than to get involved in blocking the path to the presidency of the man he was addressing when he said he had undergone “a high-tech lynching.” And I’ve got a feeling Justice Alito might not mind getting involved either.

    But you’re certainly correct that this is all uncharted waters, and may even end up in military tribunals. Any predictions of what will happen are likely only speculation.

    • 回复: @Emslander
  340. Emslander 说:

    This action by Texas, regardless of the sneering dismissal all journalists (empty headed is given) are assigning it, has the beauty of drawing in all other issues. They’ve given it a docket number, which doesn’t mean too much, and, as you say, it came in today.

    From this point, four justices could make it a full-blown challenge. I’d sure like to see Ted Cruz come in as co-counsel.

  341. @Skeptikal

    My guess is that by Texas waiting, SCOTUS was able to have as much information as possible. IANAL but I think there are two sides to their decision – if Texas prevails. The strict constitutional issue of equal protection has been used before and will be used here, but also the only remedy is the one specified by the Consitution – that state legislatures decide who will be their electors. The other issue is that with fraud of this magnitude, SCOTUS has to decide whether to remain a co-equal branch of government or to become subsidiary to the DNC.

    • 谢谢: John Fisher
  342. Emslander 说:
    @gsjackson

    LOL

    Your analysis of the dispositions of those five justices is precisely what came to my mind after I’d posted.

    1. Alito has been personally offended for years by the high-handed approach the Obama Democrats have taken against the dignity of the Court.

    2. Thomas could finally achieve the justice of which he was deprived when Biden chaired the “lynch” committee.

    3. Kavanaugh has got to be ready for any kind of rebuke of those sleazy Democrat tactics used at his confirmation hearing.

    4. Gorsuch has two generations of payback to consider. His mother was driven out of Washington most unceremoniously.

    5. Amy Barrett owes her career to Donald Trump.

    Not that any of them would give any consideration to those petty matters. (LOL)

  343. @Emslander

    I like the Texas approach (regardless of which way the Supreme Court rules) because it puts a stick in the ground that could later be used to justify secession.

    “You violated your own Constitution–frack you.”

    • 同意: Rurik
  344. Rurik 说:
    @Tony Hall

    The same media agencies pushing plandemic fear porn are the same media agencies trying to block the dissemination of the news of election fraud.

    it’s the same media that has been lying to us for a hundred years, and even before.

    When the Zionists went to England with their big scheme; to betray Germany and drag the U.S. into the war on England’s behalf, the devil’s deal with Balfour was only worth making if the Jews/Zionists had sufficient control over America’s media (newspapers mostly) at the time, or at least enough so that dragging the American people, (who had voted for Wilson specifically to keep America 输出 of the war), could be dragged into the war against their will and best interests.

    Since that time, (Leo Frank, holocaust, 9/11, and so on…) few have done such an exhaustive job of exposing so many the lies of our American Pravda than Ron Unz.

    In any case, if they’re talking, they’re lying. And have been for generations.

    The most egregious, IMHO- is 9/11, and the subsequent contrived wars.

    What they want is for this new century- which holds out so much hope with all the technological marvels and so forth… to be plunged into the kind of horrors that were unleashed in the last century. “好吧!”

    They want medical science used to destroy health.

    They demand the Internet be censured and this unprecedented new tool of information and knowledge, used to spread fear and lies and hate, rather than truth and knowledge and beauty.

    They want this century to be even more nihilistic and blood-spattered and hellish than anything a normal person can even comprehend in their worst nightmares.

    And yes, anyways, this is always what they always want and demand, and tragically, they have the counterfeiting press (the Fed) to corrupt entire governments, to get their way. But my point is, (as I’m sure you and most readers here already know), is that they’ve been lying for ignoble and injurious reasons since before even my father was born.

    Their current lies about Covid and the election and Climate change and just about everything you can possibly imagine, is simply par for the course.

    约翰8:44

    “你们是属于你们的魔鬼父亲,你们父亲的私欲你们会去做。 他从起初就是一个杀人犯,并不住在真理中,因为他里面没有真理。 当他说谎时,他说的是他自己的:因为他是说谎者,而且是谎言之父。”

    Sometimes, even the Bible gets it right.

    • 谢谢: John Fisher, Emslander
    • 回复: @Emslander
  345. Hegar 说:

    My understanding is that Chavez was very popular with the poor and very much resented by the rich.

    查韦斯的导师之一是菲德尔·卡斯特罗(Fidel Castro)。 古巴革命是在游击战和军事掌权的基础上建立的,但查韦斯政府以及委内瑞拉的尼古拉斯·马杜罗政府一直依赖并且继续依赖选举的结果。 这些选举是诚实进行的,还是委内瑞拉选举像当前的美国选举一样腐败和不诚实?

    Stop reading leftist propaganda.

    Chavez and then Maduro have ignored the elected parliament, ruling as dictators. They have banned countless candidates from running for parliament. They have illegally stacked the courts. But you will never hear this from the media.

    Hugo Chavez was popular with the Indians who want White people’s money. Oh yes, “popular with the poor and resented by the rich”. And of course, “rich” is always evil and “poor” is good, right? Swallowing the Left’s propaganda whole.

    The Indians got government-funded jobs and become Chavez’ enforcers and street soldiers. The communists, as always, stole businesses and homes for themselves. They ruined the economy in multiple ways, including price ceilings which destroy production. Just like when Robespierre put a price ceiling on bread, and then cursed the farmers when bread disappeared from the markets. A main reason why he was overthrown and the Terror was ended. Your school teachers should have explained to you why price controls severely damage the economy, but I know they haven’t.

    Chavez would also waste money on things like his great project, a literacy drive. Except most young and working people could read. So he’d drag old, retired people in the countryside into classrooms, and then announce that literacy had gone up with 1.5 percent or something like that. At great expense.

    Chavez gave cheap North Korean-made mopeds to “the poor” – i.e. Indians – in the suburbs. This caused a rise in robbings in the cities, as criminals could go to the city centers by moped, rob people and go back.

    There is a reason all of Venezuela’s neighbors hate Chavez and Maduro, and their gang of robbers. As do Venezuelans, who elected a parliament where the majority were anti-communist. A parliament the criminals then simply ignored, illegally.

    It goes without saying that Chavez and then Maduro have used government money to buy votes from their favored groups, notably Indians. Also the many Lebanese, etc, and the bottom Whites who prefer the parasite lifestyle. They use the government schools and media for non-stop propaganda every day.

    “Popular with the poor and resented by the rich.”

  346. Blaming the Natives as thieving parasites, eh? Many of the rich in Venezuela were connected at the hip with U\$ petroleum interests. This may or may not have been true throughout whatever constitutes the middle class in that country. Between propaganda from one side and then the other, its hard to sift out the truth.

    So who are you, Hagar? Do you have a dog in the fight? Do you receive a salary from any agency of the U\$ government or from any of their numerous contractors? Your tenor strikes me as very ideological—perhaps even biased.

  347. @John Fisher

    As I’d predicted earlier today, another state has joined –or will join –Texas in this suit. Steve Marshall, the attorney general of Alabama has chimed in.

    Wondering how many more brave Americans in high office in our states will become part of the chorus. The obviously stolen election has now become a major constitutional conflict, as the states do have residual power under that document. After all, all the original documents refer to “THESE United States of America”. –Not THE U\$.

    Looking forward to one of the western states joining in, as that would quell the kvetching about “Southern soreheads–just a bunch of deplorable racists.” The more states that get on board, the more resolute the justices will be to see that justice is done…and not finished.

    • 回复: @Anonymous
  348. This just in: It appears that Louisiana has joined Texas and Alabama in the lawsuit in the Supreme Court versus four of the six states with tainted elections. Stay tuned to the returns. At this point, the South rises again.

  349. Emslander 说:
    @Rurik

    Best comment of the week. This is perfect:

    They demand the Internet be censured and this unprecedented new tool of information and knowledge, used to spread fear and lies and hate, rather than truth and knowledge and beauty.

    Besides being taken over to the point of nausea by commercial pollution.

    • 谢谢: Rurik
  350. Tony Hall 说:

    The fact that it is the government of Texas which took the lead is poetic. Texas officials looked into the Dominion electoral fraud organization well before the 2020 vote and identified the company for what it is. Why didn’t the relevant officials in Georgia and the other swing states take advantage of the research done by Texas officials? How deep and how far does the rot of corruption go including into the FBI, the DOJ, the CIA etc. where the assault on the rule of law has seemingly become institutionalized as more the norm than the exception.

    Investigate election fraud 2020. Investigate 9/11. Investigate the “bailouts” done by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Investigate the life and the death of Jeffrey Epstein, his sex slave victims and his influential enablers. Investigate the media complicity in the cover up of the laptop from hell and in the public revelations that should flow from competent reporting of many other scandals. Investigate the COVID frauds including through the inflation of deaths and the misrepresentation of the number of “cases” through the PCR scams.

  351. @Tony Hall

    Investigate election fraud 2020. Investigate 9/11. Investigate the “bailouts” done by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Investigate the life and the death of Jeffrey Epstein, his sex slave victims and his influential enablers. Investigate the media complicity in the cover up of the laptop from hell and in the public revelations that should flow from competent reporting of many other scandals. Investigate the COVID frauds including through the inflation of deaths and the misrepresentation of the number of “cases” through the PCR scams.

    All that and more. Thank you!!!

    Also, the election fraud did not begin in 2020, it just reached a point where subtlety would no longer be sufficient (although it was ramped up significantly in 2018). Whatever one thinks of Trump, his relentless campaigning assured that it would require reckless, public acts to complete the planned steal.

    I think the mantra that America is divided 50/50 is bullshit. We are being gaslighted on everything.

    Please keep using your platform to call out these scams, like you did in the paragraph quoted above, from 9/11 to COVID. Enough!

  352. Anonymous[290]• 免责声明 说:

    Dispute over the 2020 Federal elections has now entered a much more serious arena. States are now filing suit to void the 2020 Federal election. Three States so far.

    https://americanlookout.com/texas-lawsuit-asks-supreme-court-to-void-2020-election-in-four-states-florida-and-louisiana-join-suit/

    https://altnews.org/2020/12/09/missouri-louisiana-join-texas-taking-the-election-fight-to-supreme-court/

    The Federal Government is now fighting for its life, although it may not realize that.

    [更多]

    Why State filing is important:

    背景

    For those of you in Blue States, the common belief that the US Civil War (1861-1865), https://www.britannica.com/event/American-Civil-War , made the Federal Government supreme, rather like the Central Committee in the USSR. Both of those beliefs are incorrect.

    After Stalin’s death (1953, see: https://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/true-story-death-stalin-180965119/), the USSR tried to convert its WW II era industry to a peacetime industry, and convert without killing a large number of Soviet citizens. Khrushchev spent years trying and, at one point, appeared to succeed (see Spufford, _Red Plenty_). Unfortunately, it developed that the industrial system under Stalin had learned so thoroughly to defend itself on paper that the central committee’s orders had very little effect. Furthermore, it developed that the Soviet economy was simply too big for central control. The example given was that a simple linear programming approach to allocating resources for heavy industry alone would have taken 500 years to execute on then current computers. More significantly, the central committee would have had no way of checking data validity. It’s rather like the recent criticisms of Big Data, which don’t even consider the problem of data cleansing / validity. (https://www.economist.com/the-economist-explains/2014/04/20/the-backlash-against-big-data).

    By the same token, the US Federal Government delivered one triumph after another subsequent to the Civil War. Settled the US to the Pacific, industrially developed the settled area, kept the area politically united with the Trans-continental Railroad, kept the Gilded Age immigration wave from devolving into secession attempts by providing jobs for just about anybody who could make it to the US, defeated attempts by Japan and China to settle the West Coast, even (eventually) reconciled with the US South enough to let it develop its own biracial society, one more biracial than the Northern segregated society.
    Then, after that, the Feds won two world wars with comparatively few US casualties, and neutralized the Second World (USSR & friends) without a major war.
    In other words, the Feds had an unbroken record of outstanding success, up until 1960 or so. Even after the 1960s, the US was able to use its imperial power to keep US living standards more or less stable while its cities became parasitic and started to devolve into the usual parasite functions: reproduction and resistance to host countermeasures.
    I understand that this is not exactly the Woke history of the US. I’ll simply point out to the Wokists that, back then, their ancestors were just as much in favor of the US Federal success as anybody else. At most, they sneered to each other, standard water cooler talk.

    By 2016, the Federal chain of successes was long over, and the US was pretty plainly on its way to being either Argentina II or Venezuela II or South Africa II, take your choice or combine the three. In 2016, Trump was elected, and for the next 4 years the US Federal establishment (all of it) made it abundantly clear that its intent was no longer American Success, but rather looting the US. That intent was discernible by the 1970s, and, indeed, 运气 magazine wrote an editorial about it back then, c.a. 1972, “The New Poverty”, about how the old norms were being discarded by those intending to become rich. The 2020 elections made a looting intent impossible to misunderstand, and removed the last pretense of maintaining or even tolerating a commonwealth from the Democrats and their various propaganda organs. The Federal Government was promised to be a looting of the countryside for the benefit of urban constituencies.

    Like the USSR government in 1989, the US Federal Government’s record of successes (winning WW II, for example) is over, has been for a long time (since c.a. 1960). Like the USSR government, the US Federal Government appeared to have absolute power after the Civil War. What it really had was popular support thanks to its successes. Reflect on this: no success-> no popular support -> new government.

    OK, so everybody knows the above, but no individual or political party seemed able to even challenge the US Federal Government.

    现状

    The US has a Federal government. It is a Federation, (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Federation), with member States.

    These States remain in the Federation voluntarily.

    If the Southern States had remained in the Federal Union and pursued delaying tactics, there would have been no war, and slavery in the US, which was starting to be uneconomic by 1850, would have ended as it did in the Americas, by no later than 1880. In effect, the Southern States would have seceded without formally leaving Federal control, much as California has today. That would have largely paralyzed the US Federal Government, and made many of its subsequent successes impossible.

    The Federal Government can function only so long as its member states agree to its functioning.

    Texas, Louisiana, Missouri do not agree with the current functioning of the Federal Government. They say that they strongly object to Federal toleration (almost encouragement) of other States violating the common Constitutional agreement to run honest elections, the actual injury being that encouragement will overrule the votes of Texas, Louisiana, and Missouri. Relief wanted is simple dismissal of the electors chosen by the unconstitutional elections.

    结论

    If Texas, Louisiana, and Missouri are not given fair consideration, many States will be watching. These States, as a group, hold the ultimate power in the US: A Constitution Convention called by the States. If the Republican States think that they could be picked off one by one under a failed Federal Government, they could and likely would call such a convention. That would be the end of the US as we now know it — both legally and actually.

    Furthermore — Pres. Trump can still invoke the Insurrection Act, and might well do so if backed by a majority of States. This would provide protection for the Constitutional Convention.

    That is what the Supreme Court would be risking if it does not obey the letter of the Constitution.

    备注
    The cities have no more economic base. They are emptying and that process can’t be stopped. A substantial reorganization is now underway, but its nature is unknown and probably unknowable before the reorganization is complete. In such an environment, the above reorganization by State vs. Feds confrontation becomes possible. That’s how we came to this state.

    • 回复: @Emslander
    , @Justvisiting
  353. Emslander 说:
    @Anonymous

    Very good analysis. The usefulness of the central government has been less and less apparent to the average citizen. National defense used to be its primary justification, but it now has decided that it can’t even defend a border being overrun by the economic and social rejects of central and southern America. It sends troops all over the world, but the success of those interventions is highly doubtful.

    I’m beginning to believe that this Texas initiative in the SCOTUS will become an active and consequential controversy. It has the potential because it requires no fact-finding. The government actions in the four defending states are of record. Only the law needs to be argued.

    I see five clear votes in favor of the plaintiffs and of dismissing unconstitutionally chosen electors. I could almost write the opening lines of the lead decision:

    “The quadrennial selection of the top federal officers, the President and Vice-President, is carried out according to the United States Constitution. There is no more important process outlined in our basic operational and foundational agreement. Individual states must not be permitted to distort or corrupt the principles embodied therein.”

    • 回复: @Skeptikal
  354. @Anonymous

    BRIEF OF STATE OF MISSOURI AND
    16 OTHER STATES AS AMICI CURIAE IN
    SUPPORT OF PLAINTIFF’S MOTION FOR
    LEAVE TO FILE BILL OF COMPLAINT

    https://www.supremecourt.gov/DocketPDF/22/22O155/163215/20201209144840609_2020-12-09%20-%20Texas%20v.%20Pennsylvania%20-%20Amicus%20Brief%20of%20Missouri%20et%20al.%20-%20Final%20with%20Tables.pdf

    The SC caps, not mine. 🙂

    • 回复: @Anonymous
  355. Skeptikal 说:
    @Emslander

    When it comes to legal matters, the “appearance” of irregularity is just about as bad as the actual thing. For example, “the appearance of a conflict of interest” is just about as bad as an obvious conflict of interest. They are almost the same thing. A judge will remove a lawyer from a case if there is even “the appearance of a conflict of interest,” even if the circumstances of a case don’t appear to indicate an actual conflict of interest.

    Say, a legal firm did a file search and didn’t find any material in their files going back 20 years to indicating that they had ever worked for the adversarial party, but the adversarial party recalled a conference with a member of the firm 25 years previous. A judge would remove such an atty and his/her firm from the case if this ancient conference could create the “appearance of a conflict of interest.” If allowed to stand, this “appearance” might vitiate the validity of whatever rulings or finding result from the litigation.

    This particular example is from real life, but from a civil action. Still, to me it seems somewhat analogous to the current situation in that (my lay person’s speculation) the judicial universe surely has an interest in disallowing and punishing any activities by a state that have the “appearance” of failure to follow constitutional rules for the conduct of an election and that “appear” to give those states an unfair advantage.

    • 回复: @Emslander
  356. Emslander 说:
    @Skeptikal

    the judicial universe surely has an interest in disallowing and punishing any activities by a state that have the “appearance” of failure to follow constitutional rules for the conduct of an election and that “appear” to give those states an unfair advantage.

    There are pretty clear rules with regard to conflicts of interest in representing clients. They do amount to something like “appearance” of a conflict.

    I don’t think so delicate a trigger could apply to state actions in the election arena, but I doubt that anyone could accurately predict. I suppose we’ll see with the Texas action.

  357. Anonymous[290]• 免责声明 说:
    @Justvisiting

    The Texas lawsuit challenging the election procedures conducted in Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin is moving more quickly than I’d anticipated, but along the lines I’d anticipated. The 17 States will probably not be summarily dismissed.

    Let’s look into the future a bit. Be careful, though, it’s metaphorically like boarding house chicken soup. You can hurt your eyes looking for the chicken. This is just a guess, so don’t strain your eyes looking for absolute truth.

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    A recently published book, Alexei Yurchak’s Everything was Forever, Until It Was No More, is worth reading. It appears not to recognize Stalin’s drastic actions and consequent large number of casualties that were causative of the Late Socialism that Turchak describes. Turchak does, however, make a good point when he says that for most Soviet citizens, life was lived much as in the United States — reaching an accommodation with the State that permitted family formation or at least subsistence, and then ceasing to think about the State. Spufford’s 红大量 makes a similar point. Daily life, just about anywhere, for most people, is not about anything beyond the basics: optimal or at least satisficed foraging, family provision, family protection (to the extent possible), some community membership, which are the basics for social mammals. Anything past that is essential to the society, but is not universally pursued.
    In other words, the daily experience in the USSR was very close to daily experience as it was in the US until c.a. 2008: hold down a job, get a family, ignore the rest except insofar as it can be useful in holding a job and getting/maintaining a family. The USSR’s system was thought by its inhabitants to be eternal. Yet Late Socialism (after Stalin until about 1990) only lasted about 3 decades. Our system, too, might not be eternal.
    Turchak’s book is important because it shows just how delicate a society can be, and how little that delicateness can be perceived by the society’s members.

    The US turns out to be a bit more delicate than anybody thought, even than I thought (and I specialize in this area from necessity and some unusual experiences). If you want to see how such accelerations work, and don’t mind some mathematics, take a look at

    . Note that bifurcations occur more frequently as the chaotic process continues.
    For those interested, the “r” referred to in the video can be thought of as analogous to economic drivers. For the 2016 and 2020 elections, the economic driver was burden of maintaining cities that had become economically non-productive and yet were maintained by urban political dominance. In terms of the op. cit. video, once r reached a critical value, the US system became chaotic. I might add that the dominance of unproductive cities is worldwide.
    Please remember that the above text describes a model, an abstraction (taking away certain properties) of a real system, and is not an oracle or God speaking (as Dr. Fauci seems to think such models are). Its use in this case is to give some understanding of just how rapidly recursive period doubling can occur even in very simple chaotically structured systems if the driver “r” is maintained. For an example, you can understand stock market cascades in the model’s terms if you want to.

    所以:
    a) The basic current driver of instability is city upkeep costs. The 2016 and 2020 elections were driven by the use of civil rights laws/interpretation (and to an extent Federal Reserve acts) to indirectly support cities.
    b) The question of city funding has been answered in 2016 — cities have been allowed to decay, arguably past viability (https://www.vox.com/the-goods/2020/6/5/21281729/transit-shutdowns-curfews-george-floyd).
    c) The question of the 2020 Federal Elections was whether political funding of cities would be resumed (One is reminded of the apocryphal Reader’s Digest article: “New Hope for the Dead”). The open fraud and its continuing defense are driven by an urgent need for money by cities and by States dominated by their dying cities (https://www.dollarcollapse.com/cities-states-bankrupt-bailout/). The reaction to the fraud is driven by the exhaustion of the cities’ hinterland (https://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2017/03/23/521083335/the-forces-driving-middle-aged-white-peoples-deaths-of-despair). Again, this is true in the entire West, and to a large extent in the rest of the world.
    d) These drivers are strong and persistent. One would expect period doubling bifurcations to occur more at an increasing rate until the drivers change. The current system (cities vs. hinterlands) having about the same reward matrix as the game “Musical Chairs”, changing the drivers might prove difficult and, ah, transformative.

    And the Supreme Court’s reaction to the 17 State filing will signal a sudden transition to a new state, quite possibly indicating a new bifurcation and suggesting the possible existence several other states, all temporarily stable, just as in Chaos theory, as we enter a stage of moves and counter moves to answer “whither the cities” question. That would not be good.

    The cities are gone, can’t be saved their day is over. The only remaining question is whether they will bring down the rest of the systems in which they are embedded (note the similarity to Turchin’s overproduced (city dwelling) elites). The abstract problem is that we want to avoid a chaotic period doubling characterized by rapid shifts between different regimes, each controlled by different and antithetical interests. This cannot be avoided by taking from the hinterlands and giving nothing back. That system has conclusively failed. A stable solution is not obvious right now, at least to me. Anybody else want to try for stating a solution?

    I strongly hope this next new state will be persistent and low casualty. Even if it somehow doesn’t affect me or my family, I’ve seen so very many casualties and I don’t want to see any more.

    • 谢谢: Emslander, TheTrumanShow
    • 回复: @Emslander
  358. Skeptikal 说:

    I just read this on my “media” email feed from the Columbia Journalism Review:

    “YouTube announced that as of Wednesday, the Google-owned video-hosting service will start removing any piece of content that misleads people by alleging that widespread fraud or errors changed the outcome of the 2020 presidential election. It said its prior approach in some cases meant allowing “controversial views on the outcome or process of counting votes,” but that since enough states have now certified their election results, it will remove content that challenges that conclusion. “For example, we will remove videos claiming that a Presidential candidate won the election due to widespread software glitches or counting errors.”

    I certainly don’t know what to think of this!

    Sure looks totalitarian to me!

    Has anyone at Google heard that there is a lawsuit by 17 state AGs?

    If someone puts up a video explaining the current lawsuit, will that be taken down by Google?

  359. Emslander 说:
    @Anonymous

    This cannot be avoided by taking from the hinterlands and giving nothing back. That system has conclusively failed. A stable solution is not obvious right now, at least to me. Anybody else want to try for stating a solution?

    Fantastic post.

    For many years I’ve bored friends, families and enemies alike with my theory that the beginning of the downfall of our empire were the “one man, one vote” decisions of the Supreme Court. That elegant phrase has so much propaganda power that the average decent American refuses to see through it to its essential evil.

    Before those decisions, all US states but one, I believe, had bicameral legislatures, similar to the US Congress, with a house of representatives chosen by districts closely balanced by population and an upper house, a “senate”, made up of elected legislatures chosen by geographic district. This structure insured that rural, small town and important economic interests outside cities would not be subjugated by the desires of the teeming urban dwellers. That’s what the United States Supreme Court in 1961 and 1962 destroyed. Cities and their perverse desires have dominated political life ever since.

    • 回复: @Majority of One
    , @Anonymous
  360. @Emslander

    Good point about the “one man-one vote” dictum. Because of this several states have become completely unbalanced, politically. Perhaps the worst case is Ill-Noise…my new name for the place because Chicago, its suburbs and exurban areas have full population dominance over the entire state. Thus in the Illinois legislature, the power rests entirely in Chicagoland. New York City and its burbs and bedrooms, likewise dominates that state, as Albany, Buffalo, Rochester et al do not have sufficient numbers to even have an urban balance, to say nothing of rural folk. Minnesota, where I live, has over half its population in the multi-county Twin Cities metroplex.

    What all this implies is a gross urban-rural imbalance, politically. When this egregious doctrine came out, state governments should have immediately objected on the basis that the states should be allowed to follow the Federal pattern on Senate seats allocations. Perhaps state senate seats could be established, at the very least, on a proportional number per U.S. House District. A better solution could be a division by counties, or groupings of geographically smaller counties where those entities might be greater than the set number of Senate seats.

    In any event, kudos for bringing up this pressing issue, one which has gnawed at me for years. It is now P.C. in Minnesota to characterize the rural part of the state as “Greater Minnesota”. However, on a political basis, the reverse is the reality…lesser Minnesota. Politically, the “Sitties” as we country folk call the Twins, rule. We are left out and lucky to receive leftovers.

    • 谢谢: Emslander
  361. Anonymous[290]• 免责声明 说:
    @Emslander

    OK, one man one vote. Warren court, 1963. That makes it part of the 1960s revolution. Note the vehemence of this 大西洋 article, which defends a threat to one man one vote in 2015: https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2015/07/one-person-one-vote-a-history/399476/
    By 1963 the cities were already aware that they would likely become bankrupt by the 1970s, and one man one vote was part of the shift from natural urban economic monopolies to a natural urban political monopoly — large population.

    Predecessor event: 17th Amendment to the US Constitution, passed easily in 1912. https://www.heritage.org/constitution/amendments/17/essays/178/popular-election-of-senators
    1912 was perhaps the peak of the pre-FDR Progressives. Their idea was, essentially, to remove politicians from politics and replace them with “experts”. It was the time of the last gasp of the Anglo-Saxons, when they tried to re-make the US into a huge corporation run according to Anglo-Saxon principles. They justified the move in terms of “efficiency”, a justification that was ancestral to the “high standard of living” justification used during the Cold War. This same attempted remake was responsible for the delegation of law-making powers to Federal Agencies such as the ICC.

    What the pre-FDR Progressives really did was not what they wanted. Essentially, they enabled the Democratic replacement of experts with politicians (Dr. Fauci is a contemporary example) under Wilson (which imposition was rejected by the US public), and again later under FDR during the 1930s Fascist phase of Western history (US, USSR, Italy, Germany), which succeeded after WW II was won by the US alliance. Each of these 1930s governments held elections, and legitimated themselves by “one man, one vote” victories. Their descendant (or replacement for Germany and Italy) governments still legitimate themselves by “one man, one vote” victories.

    By the start of WW II, Anglo-Saxon influence was completely destroyed, vilified as “isolationist”, “economic royalist” and responsible for the Great Depression. While organizations like the Daughters of the American Revolution still exist, they have little or no influence. I remember attending a Christmas celebration by the DAR at which they had an all-Black choir who repeatedly told in song them to go to Hell, only not that nicely. 维·维蒂斯(Vae Victis) 等等。

    The basic control mechanism, today, is to remove selection of government from any rational basis by swamping those educated in rationality with those not so trained, and to control the information given to the untrained. You can see this most clearly in contemporary mass media, which is given entirely to non-rational arguments (e.g. panels of reporters, all agreeing with each other, all reporting the same facts; appeal to the authority of the reporter; denigration of the target; questions that assume the answer; simple lies {e.g. Biden has been designated President Elect by the Federal Government}.).

    “One man, one vote” has its limits, as 2020 shows, but is an essential part of the current system. So is delegation, so is media monopoly, so is concern for the poor as a pretext to loot everybody else so that the poor can be kept poor (note that the Blacks in particular are worse off now than they were during the 1960s) and the cities continue to be funded.

    So — one man, one vote may not be the root of 所有 evil, but it’s sure enough one of the larger roots.

    That’s why the entry of the States as entities into the 2020 Federal election was such a surprise. It has been so long that State action has been pro-forma and disregarded that I had forgotten that it exists. It’s sort of like the re-entry of the Etruscans into Italian politics. The effective re-entry of States is a fundamental change to US politics.

    • 同意: Emslander
    • 回复: @Skeptikal
    , @Majority of One
  362. Skeptikal 说:
    @Anonymous

    很有意思!

    The red/blue divide exists within every state, not just between states.

    In almost every state the blue bits are islands surrounded by red. Even in extremely blue states such as Mass., where Trump voters were never allowed to have a word in, say, local newspapers and the patently obvious assumption was that anyone who would vote for Trump is a Neanderthal and no “normal” person would do so, I’d say about half of the state is red.

    That is, according to the interactive maps that were provided by AP on Election Night.
    It was startling!! Most of the counties in the USA seem to be red. For better or for worse . . .

    One “extreme blue” friend lofted to me the idea that the “problem” was one of education. Naturally he meant that “red” people need to better educated so that they understand the issues—and their own advantage. I was left pretty much speechless by this earnest do-gooding!

    One thing that is confusing in all this is that the working class used to be mainly an urban class. So those would “naturally” be Dem enclaves. But perhaps they actually were concentrated in smaller cities, not the biggest ones? Smaller cities that are now the Rust Belt? And that are now red?

  363. @Skeptikal

    Naturally he meant that “red” people need to better educated so that they understand the issues—and their own advantage.

    There are many towns in rural MA (especially those portions of western MA) that have been unable to get paved roads for most of their towns.

    Those “red” folks are educated enough to know when they are getting fracked by the pols in Boston.

  364. @Skeptikal

    The more highly educated people in urban areas are only very rarely truly educated with a broad base in the liberal arts, before specialization in particular fields. Thus they devolve into specialists. Let’s have a share of the outstanding SciFi author, Frank Herbert in the third book of his magnum-opus Dune series, ‘Children of Dune’: “…the expert looks backward, he looks into the narrow standards of his own specialty. The generalist looks outward; he looks for living principles.”

    Leave truth-telling in literature to the SciFi mavens. On another page in the same volume Herbert writes: “…if you over organize Hunans, over legalize them, suppress their urge to greatness—they cannot work and the civilization collapses”. Anything familiar here?

    Cities, de-facto, are over organized. They are also highly constipated. (more precisely descriptive than concentrated). It is across the fruited plain, the countryside, where some residual remnants of simple common-sense still resides. Such a phenomenon in urban areas is pretty much limited to elements of the laboring working-class and to a few oddballs and eccentrics.

    • 回复: @Anonymous
  365. @Skeptikal

    One “extreme blue” friend lofted to me the idea that the “problem” was one of education. Naturally he meant that “red” people need to better educated so that they understand the issues—and their own advantage. I was left pretty much speechless by this earnest do-gooding!

    I think they reduce it to “education” because they conflate “knowing” with “intelligence”

    And along the way, they have completely discarded the notion of “wisdom” which is not limited to reason alone but necessarily requires a good does of common sense (which they lack in abundance).

    In other words, anything that cannot be identified with a material thing (like knowing fact and figures, and “proving” that knowledge by presenting degrees and certifications) doesn’t exist.

    They lack prudence: the ability to see things as they really are (i.e., reality).

  366. Anonymous[290]• 免责声明 说:
    @Skeptikal

    One thing that is confusing in all this is that the working class used to be mainly an urban class. So those would “naturally” be Dem enclaves.

    Cities have historically had a natural monopoly in shipping and manufacturing. Cities formed on ports (London), river fords or bridges (St. Louis), or transshipment points (cities at the Fall Line in the US Appalachians). Shipments back then did not use containers — they used “breakbulk”, which meant that shipped goods were crammed into holds and braced for ship movement by longshoremen, and later (if the ship didn’t sink) pried out by other longshoremen. City ports had warehouses where shipments were stowed in fairly small amounts. City manufacturers had first shot at buying from these warehouses and assembling locally useful goods. The economics of all this supported the city population.

    All this changed starting with the 1950s. See: https://press.princeton.edu/books/paperback/9780691170817/the-box . Containerization was much cheaper than breakbulk, but the new containers required few longshoremen but considerable room, and were located away from cities. The customers for containers (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Twenty-foot_equivalent_unit) had to take an entire container, and a manufacturer who used container material to manufacture locally useful goods had to be too big for a city. The city docks were abandoned, and city manufacturing stopped being profitable.

    Bingo, the cities had no more economic base. Just like that, that big a change in less than a decade.

    [更多]

    Blue collars left the city to seek actual paying jobs from actual profitable companies. Cities tore down small merchant areas as the small merchants were no longer profitable. The 1960s revolution was urban (I spent the Summer of Love in the East Village, Manhattan, had Jewish friends at Columbia), and was supported by the urban political class as a way to get enough non-urban money to keep their city going.

    At the same time, the large corporations that dominated under 1950s mixed economy tended to locate plants in rural areas, and service them with interstate trucking or “mixed mode” barge or rail to a distribution center and trucking to actual plants.

    The cities, in response, borrowed heavily, and by 1975 NYC local government was lifted by the Big MAC (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Municipal_Assistance_Corporation) and the cities has changed from relying on commercial natural monopolies to relying on a political natural monopoly: large populations. With minimal commercial activity, the cities imported dependent citizens who did not vote but did count toward number of political representatives (that is, a congressional district has one representative even if only, say, 1% of its inhabitants cast a vote). That kept the cities marginally alive until 2016, and the cities want it to work again in 2020. It won’t, but the cities are visibly dying and quite desperate.

    Blue collar workers in the US are now in the rural areas, where costs are low. HQ and finance are in the cities, because both depend on political influence (that’s why they spend so much on lobbying) and because the city government’s influence wants them in the city where they can be taxed. Note that now, as the cities die, financial institutions are moving out of the dying cities.

    Blue collar work has also been pushed overseas, of course. White collar work has been preferentially (under US Law) been given to women and foreigners, presumably because they are more malleable to political will and when they get too old to marry are (as a rule) captives with no hope of getting anything they want and no existence outside of their work environment. “Feminism” has turned out to be as much of a fraud as “The Summer of Love”.

    So that’s why the cities are not Republican. They are Democrat because the dependent population knows full well that the once, end of political money is their end too.

    • 谢谢: Emslander, Majority of One
  367. Emslander 说:
    @Skeptikal

    What he really meant was that the real people (I hate calling ourselves “Reds”) need to be dis-educated in one of the many institutions designated for that mind-numbing procedure.

  368. Anonymous[290]• 免责声明 说:
    @Majority of One

    I can’t resist. Let us descend into literary criticism for a short time. This is not quite off topic in that it considers the deeper roots of the 2020 election affair.

    Once, back towards the end of the Golden age, an SF (Science Fiction) author was told by a literary critic at some length that SF was simple pulp fiction, and that real literature lacked the pulp fiction faults. The SF author replied with a metaphor, “Yes, but our SF is alive, and your literature is dead” (paraphrase). So let’s take a look at an example of the author’s meaning.

    Frank Herbert was a Golden Age of SF author. Consider yet another Golden Age SF author: James Blish, specifically his “Cities in Flight” series. See: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/141805.Cities_in_Flight?from_search=true&from_srp=true&qid=gLMRyMuBni&rank=1

    The fictional world of that series is starting to look like a thinly veiled allegory of the US Great Depression and the statist New Deal, not to mention the economic obsolescence of cities in an environment of politically controlled capital investment. The service cities performed, industrialization of underdeveloped planets, is an allegory for industrialization of the Third World, something much hoped for when Blish’s series was written (first story published 1956, first story of migratory cities published 1962). For that matter, the City Fathers look a lot like the Tammany organization, which could guide the NYC Mayor but obviously not make every or even most of his day to day administrative decisions.

    Once again, we see that literature can (sometimes) see to the nub of a situation — Blish saw early on that cities could become obsolete. Containerization and the Interstate were only final touches in a way, distribution of manufacturing to rural areas, with consequent decentralization of management had started well before WW II. He also saw the convergence of Communist thought with the US Federal Government, although he identified it with McCarthy (Blish’s McHinnery character). This doubtless saved Blish considerable political flack, SF being to an extent political even back then. The “cities in flight” is remarkably similar to what actually happened, in that the cities as commercial centers died and metaphorically “ascended into Heaven” as organizations “purified of all commercial dross”.

    One might also consider Blish’s “After Such Knowledge” series (https://www.goodreads.com/series/51180-after-such-knowledge) as well when considering the 2020 election. The good guys don’t always win, even if they say they will, and more knowledge isn’t necessarily more protection from evil. Abandoning good (God) for abstract knowledge simply leaves the bad (Devil) without opposition. Warning: this series is not inspirational reading.

    • 谢谢: Majority of One
  369. Anonymous[290]• 免责声明 说:
    @Majority of One

    Concerning an Article V Constitutional Convention called by the States.

    In the event of a Supreme Court failure to respond to the Texas suit and the nearly 20 other States participating in it as friends of the court or plaintiffs, States could call a Constitutional Convention under Article V. Should an attempt be made to sway the Constitutional Convention by riots, it would be the plain duty of the President to protect the Constitutional Convention by invoking the Insurrection Act.

    Q: Just how difficult would it be to call an Article V Constitutional Convention quickly?
    A: Maybe not difficult at all. Quite a few States have standing calls for an Article V Constitutional Convention. Take a look at search results from:
    https://duckduckgo.com/?t=ffsb&q=standing+state+call+for+constitional+convention&atb=v114-1&ia=web

    Some search results claim that only 2 more States would be necessary to invoke an Article V Constitutional Convention, but these results are from several years ago.

    Would a person active in this area please comment on the current situation with respect to a Constitutional Convention?

    And, yes, I know that an Article V Constitutional Convention would produce unpredictable results. The situation after a Supreme Court dismissal of the Texas suite would have all too predictable results, so maybe it is time to just take a chance.

  370. Anonymous[290]• 免责声明 说:

    Well, this is interesting.

    The Supreme Court of the United States of America has said that no judicial relief is available for States for injuries suffered from another State even when these injuries explicitly violate the US Constitution. https://www.supremecourt.gov/orders/courtorders/121120zr_p860.pdf

    In short, there the is no judicial way to enforce this clause:

    Each State shall appoint, in such Manner as the Legislature thereof may direct, a Number of Electors . . .
    Article II, Section 1, US Constitution. https://constitutioncenter.org/interactive-constitution/full-text

    In practice, this means that a coalition of rogue states can seize control of the Federal Government, and there is no recourse. None. Not even a coalition of 1/3 of the States can obtain relief, or even recognition that an actionable injury has occurred.

    The clear terms of the Constitution will not be enforced. The basic agreement to which the States subscribed when forming the Federal Government has been abrogated. This blanket refusal to grant relief destabilizes the Union.

    There are several ways the destabilization could express itself. There are three basic possibilities that may occur in any order and in any permutation:
    a) Pres. Trump invokes Insurrection Act.
    b) States hold a Constitutional Convention.
    c) Party without popular support gains government and proves unable to govern.

    We will see what kind of destabilization now occurs.

    When anticipating events, remember that the Democrats represent the urban areas, and that the urban areas are visibly dying. The Democrats will therefore be unable to execute operations that would be well within the capabilities of a vital constituency.

    • 谢谢: Emslander
  371. Rurik 说:
    @Anonymous

    今天的特朗普:

    WE HAVE JUST BEGUN TO FIGHT!!!

    https://www.investmentwatchblog.com/trump-retweet-just-now/

    上帝保佑他

    • 同意: John Fisher
  372. @Anonymous

    The Supreme Court decision was like the captain of the Titanic explaining to the crew that there is nothing about icebergs in the operations manual–so don’t worry, be happy!

    • 哈哈: John Fisher
  373. Good analogy!

    What a strange ruling. I was fortunate in law school, my Constitutional Law professor was very conservative and a strict constructionist. He must be having a fit.

    • 回复: @Majority of One
  374. @Anonymous

    Thanks for that summary.

    There are several ways the destabilization could express itself. There are three basic possibilities that may occur in any order and in any permutation:
    a) Pres. Trump invokes Insurrection Act.
    b) States hold a Constitutional Convention.
    c) Party without popular support gains government and proves unable to govern.

    I especially like the summary of what destabilization now occurs, but there is perhaps an option “d” which goes something like “The frogs continue to be slow-boiled.

    Of your three though, I think “c” is most likely. What will “unable to govern” look like on the ground? Perhaps your “c” and my “d” are the same thing.

  375. Skeptikal 说:
    @Anonymous

    我傻眼了。

    接下来会发生什么?

    How/where can these states get redress of their grievances?

    The ruling seems to declare that a state cannot have a grievance against another state. Or, if it does, tough shit!

    This looks like a can of worms to me.

    • 回复: @Anonymous
  376. @Rex Little

    Never mind Clinton. Biden supposedly got more votes than Obama? Pure malarkey.

  377. Anonymous[290]• 免责声明 说:

    回复: https://www.unz.com/article/trumps-landslide-meets-the-politics-of-electoral-fraud-in-america/#comment-4338755

    What will “unable to govern” look like on the ground?

    Several things. The sequence from counterinsurgency theory and recent US history looks something like this. Note that many of the examples are current. Western governments are failing.

    Government is not as easy as one might think. The pre-1960 US Federal Government was (in general) strong but limited. It could only do a few things, but it had absolute authority to do them and absolute legitimacy as well. de Tocqueville noted that in his famous book (https://www.history.com/topics/france/alexis-de-tocqueville) about 1830’s US. Government officials were closely watched and elected, hence given considerable freedom of action and near absolute authority and ability to enforce what the local community wanted to be enforced.

    It is easy to extend government power and actions on paper, but not easy to actually implement them. The post-1960s US Government has found that out first hand. The US Government has partially lost legitimacy already, and a Biden-Harris government could lose both national and international legitimacy completely.

    Slow boiling the frogs requires that the boiler remain operational. That has become increasingly difficult since c.a. 2000, and the US has not recovered from the 2008 financial failure. A Biden/Harris administration would see a boiler failure, and even a Trump/Pence administration would have to be skillful and lucky to avoid failure.
    So here is nature of “unable to govern”, with examples:

    1) Inadequate resources.
    Can’t pay pensions, can’t pay some civil servants (e.g. police), can’t pay patronage employees from necessary political coalition members (Welfare employees, the patronage middle class, are paid by reducing police budgets this year, might not be paid next year if crime costs rise), direct subsidies to some necessary coalition members can’t be raised to match inflation (Social Security). Giving members of essential political coalition members immunity to law (e.g. LA’s removal of several felonies from enforcement — including shoplifting, and resisting arrest. For partial list of laws see: https://nypost.com/2020/12/09/no-bail-just-part-of-it-las-new-da-totally-eviscerating-basic-law/ and See: https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2015/02/decriminalization-why-reducing-the-punishments-for-misdemeanors-doesnt-necessarily-make-the-criminal-justice-system-fairer.html for costs of such removals)

    2) Local nullification.
    Local law enforcement (LLE) organizations designate laws as lowest priority if these laws are disfavored by local population, and controlling political entity cannot change the designation. (e.g. firearms laws for local inhabitants in Southern Illinois.)

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    3) Failed initiatives.
    Government proves unable to enforce the laws without LLE. Major government initiatives in retaining control fail. (e.g. Orange County not enforcing Covid-19, California not enforcing immigration law, even failure of the War on Drugs).

    4) Currency failure.
    Targeted inflation 2%, real inflation in Consumer Price index (CPI) about 8% .
    http://www.shadowstats.com/alternate_data/inflation-charts
    Excessive reliance on assuming new debt. US Money Supply (http://www.shadowstats.com/alternate_data/money-supply-charts). Increases are largely from bond sales. new money is lent at low interest rate to large borrowers, ends up in securities market. Securities market loses its original function of allocating capital. Eventual hyperinflation.

    5) Military failure.
    Government is unable to fund military at its previous level (whatever that level may be, varies by government). Government prestige declines, favorable trade agreements are harder to get. In some cases, military cannot protect trade routes (e.g. piracy in S. China Sea, https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-07-17/piracy-in-asian-waters-rises-to-highest-in-five-years-data-show and road traffic in Afghanistan).

    6) Trade failure.
    Inability to protect trade from physical threats (5). Inability to stabilize financial markets leading to unwillingness to risk counter-party failure in trades (this happened on a large scale in the US in 2008). Simple inability to make/mine/grow things worth trading for thanks to (1) thru (5).

    7) Local rebellions.
    Seattle and Portland rebellions, week long riots, raiding parties against urban retail stores. Some local rebellions (not reported in mass media) when Antifa tried street fighting in rural areas.

    8) Failure of foreign support.
    Failing governments sometimes ask foreign governments for assistance, and some of that assistance may be armed troops. A local government is in serious trouble when it has asked for foreign assistance and the assistance is withdrawn (e.g. S. Vietnam, Afghanistan (Soviet forces, US forces), Iraq)

    9) Elements of government cannot be paid.
    The pay is in worthless currency, or the pay simply cannot be raised (e.g. city bureaucracies that must fire police). Such a government loses control of territory to local organizations (e.g. Antifa, local criminal groups)

    10) Government ends, new government emerges.
    Example: Detroit “urban farming” area. Muslim controlled areas in Europe. Self-government in “flyover country”.

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  378. 谢谢你!

    I think two areas where the tensions of opposite forces will be most critical are currency and communication, where forces seeking to concentrate upward (single, global, digital) and erect impenetrable barriers to entry will be opposed by local forces seeking to disperse and enable autonomy. While the former will continue to weaponize technology toward their end, the latter may revert back to nature where mediums of exchange and stores of value are real things, and people communicate locally through voice and paper.

    有趣的时刻。

  379. @Anonymous

    Good list–what usually happens in these situations is not that the government does not pay its bills at all, but it has problems paying them in full and on time.

    A good recent example is Illinois which ran out of money to pay its creditors. As a result it became a slow-pay, often taking as long as six months to pay its bills.

    In the third world, police or army that have bills to pay (waiting for “slow pay” .gov) will become criminal gangs taking money from travelers or passersby.

    The gap between the .gov described by the mass media and the .gov observed on the street would become wider and wider–and accurate information becomes harder and harder to find.

    Other symptoms of the “slow degrade” is that people start taking serious measures to hide any obvious signs of wealth.

    Everybody dresses like a pauper, and “bling” is no longer in public display. People intentionally drive “beater” cars so their vehicle won’t be stolen. People intentionally don’t re-paint or re-side their house so that they look poor to outsiders.

    And–of course, almost everybody tries to maximize their income that is not reported to .gov as taxes and fees start to rise to confiscatory levels. The population becomes stunningly creative in that effort.

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  380. Anonymous[290]• 免责声明 说:
    @Skeptikal

    Comment on: https://www.unz.com/article/trumps-landslide-meets-the-politics-of-electoral-fraud-in-america/#comment-4339020

    The Supreme Court has clearly refused its responsibilities. I think that some combination of (a), (b), and (c) outcomes are the only possibilities. One can say that (d), continuation of temporizing, “kicking the can down the road”, could also occur, but the US has not really recovered from the 2008 financial panic. The Biden / Harris administration promises to make extensive changes, but does not have the financial or political base needed to support a program of extensive changes. In any case, the extensive changes promised thus far would further deplete US industrial capital, hence the ability of the US to support itself. They would be roughly analogous to the policies of the Communist coup against Gorbachev, which amounted to restoration of the pre-Perestroika / Glasnost era (See: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1991_Soviet_coup_d%27%C3%A9tat_attempt ).

    The refusal of the Supreme Court to accept Texas’ case, which was supported by over a third of all States in the Union, really does destabilize the Federal system. To use Pratchett’s phrase, the Court has said “There is no Justice, there is just us.” “Just us” sounds like absolute power, but the Legislative Branch is the weakest of the three Federal Branches. It has no troops, no initiative, and cannot allocate money unless asked. “Just us” can also mean “There are just 5 of us, and look at all of 他们“, and that’s apparently what it does mean now. A powerful party has just coerced the Supreme Court into publicly ignoring its most basic function, the one that makes all its other functions possible: keeping the Union together by justly adjudicating disputes between the States.

    In the meantime, consider this article: https://newsone.com/4057044/black-voters-affected-2020-election/ . Apparently, the suits mentioned in the article are well within the scope of the 1964 Civil Rights Act (CRQ), as interpreted. Considering that, the refusal to hear Texas’ case makes more sense. The Judicial Branch’s personnel have been selected for their compliance with the 1964 CRA, and apparently now act as though the 1964 CRA takes precedent over the US Constitution. This is quite natural, what one would expect from political human beings and city dwellers born and bred, but quite damaging to the Union given the death of the cities. It’s like children playing on a closed road and continuing to play on it after the road is open, or people who have lost their job and continue to write checks to support their aged parents after the checks start bouncing. You’re sympathetic, but can’t do much. The resources used to support cities under the 1964 CRA are gone, and the resources to replace them don’t exist. (See: C. Caldwell, “The Age of Entitlement”, and the left’s reaction to it [1] at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Age_of_Entitlement:_America_Since_the_Sixties . Caldwell doesn’t realize that the 1964 CRA was intended to fund dying cities, and not to help Blacks or any other minority, but is otherwise accurate. )

    1] In order, Waterhouse uses logically invalid rhetoric, Raush uses pilpul:
    Waterhouse: Build a strawman, assert errors from authority, brand as evil.
    Rausch: Change topic to “how many American Founding have there been?”
    The interesting thing is that neither can do more than point and sputter.

  381. @Anonymous

    1] In order, Waterhouse uses logically invalid rhetoric, Raush uses pilpul:
    Waterhouse: Build a strawman, assert errors from authority, brand as evil.
    Rausch: Change topic to “how many American Founding have there been?”
    The interesting thing is that neither can do more than point and sputter.

    Brilliant analysis. Thanks.

    We are literally suffocating in the “asserting errors from authority” fallacy these days.

  382. @Justvisiting

    Everybody dresses like a pauper, and “bling” is no longer in public display.

    LOL I imagine this will be difficult for certain demographics.

    I’m not sure if this picture unfolds in the US, at least not outside large urban areas. But the cities may become completely ungovernable. God help us.

  383. @John Fisher

    I would lie to see what John Whitehead, founder of the Rutherford Institute, and in my opinion the nation’s most erudite and thoughtful Constitutional lawyer would have to say on this.

  384. @Anonymous

    This “ruling” by the Supreme Court (so called) essentially is the greatest constitutional crisis this nation has ever faced. It calls the question quite clearly. Is this a nation of laws or is it one of political expediency on behalf of special interests, primarily the Bank\$ter elite and their various minions and dependancies? If the latter, our ruptured republic has run its course. The rupture spells the end of the original American dream of liberty and justice for all.

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  385. Anonymous[290]• 免责声明 说:
    @Majority of One

    Is this a nation of laws or is it one of political expediency on behalf of special interests, primarily the Bank\$ter elite and their various minions and dependencies? If the latter, our ruptured republic has run its course. The rupture spells the end of the original American dream of liberty and justice for all.

    Quite so. A Constitutional Convention, or equivalent, will be required to sort this out. The entire West needs a basic reorganization.

    The last time the West needed a basic reorganization it got the Napoleonic Wars, c.a. AD 1800, the aftermath of which didn’t end until the European Revolutions of 1848. The time before that was the 30 Years War, c.a. AD 1600, waged while Islamic jihad was conquering parts of Eastern Europe. Failures this massive can destabilize things for three generations.

    On the good side, so far the West has been able to reorganize into new societies that were world beaters, literally so in the AD 1700s to AD 1800s. This time around, the West may be able to expand into near-Earth space (the new space industry appears to be self-sustaining). Or, the West may be utterly destroyed. Reorganizations are always difficult and high casualty times. Please note, this is the only immediately actionable part of this post (but see footnote [3]. I’m hoping to find some way out of this situation that isn’t high casualty. If the West did as well as the Russians did, that would be low casualty compared to the 30 Years and Napoleonic wars)

    On a related note, for background, consider Bitcoin.

    The blockchain is not what makes Bitcoin accepted. Blockchain is really rather trivial, a sort of recursive signing [1]. What makes Bitcoin accepted is “distributed trust”. It’s a distributed system design that gets a reliable result out of a large set of utterly unreliable auditors. (Note that the design fails should over half of the auditors conspire together to give the same falsified result). In short, Bitcoin manages to make artificial trustworthiness from an untrustworthy world.

    Why is this important? Well, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is important because real intelligence has become hard to find [2, 3]. By the same token, artificial trustworthiness is important because real trustworthiness has become hard to find. That is, when you think about it, quite an indictment. It’s almost enough, by itself, to establish that a basic reorganization of society is necessary. At the least, it’s a strong indicator.

    1] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blockchain See definition of Merkle Tree to get the basic idea. Blockchain is a simplest case Merkle Tree, one with only the trunk, no branches.

    2] Or, real intelligence has become hard to tolerate. It may be that contemporary neural network AI will also become hard to tolerate. It is just as “racist” as real intelligence if exposed to human interactions, since both forms of intelligence rely on learning from experience (See: https://metro.co.uk/2020/04/01/race-problem-artificial-intelligence-machines-learning-racist-12478025/ 和类似的。

    3] Here’s a lower casualty and possible outcome to the present troubles:
    The USSR, which started with constant debate about substantive issues, also became less tolerant of actual human thought as it aged. See Alexei Yurchak, Everything was Forever, Until it was No More: The Last Soviet Generation, which says (it uses literary specialist jargon that I’m trying to put into standard English) that after Nicky the K’s retirement, Soviet communications became much less about conveying information about the real world (less “constative”) and much more about appearing authoritatively orthodox (more “performative”)), perhaps due to Turchin’s “elite overproduction” in a society with declining industrial production and an elite that ejected the unorthodox. Yurchak is not a pessimist (as perhaps I am), but pointed out that Soviet citizens simply stopped seeing the “performative” statements and developed their daily life by ritual repetition of such statements mixed with some real dialog (that used redefined performative speech) about their daily problems and solutions. One could say something similar about the present US.
    And then, quickly, during the Perestroika / Glasnost attempt to convert official language from performative to constative, the whole authority of the performative structure vanished, followed quickly by the performative structure itself. Perhaps the West will have similar good fortune.

  386. @Anonymous

    The real question we are gonna learn about in a hurry is whether low trust societies and high technology can co-exist without catastrophic consequences.

    This is a world-wide issue.

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  387. @Anonymous

    Over several years I’ve been conceptualizing a few aspects of a Re-Consitutional Convention. It would not be conventional as per our extant institutions, all of which have been corrupted and compromised. Let that sink in. We need to trash the whole works: Beginning with the alleged “Supreme” Court, as with the Citizen’s United “ruling” and crescendoing now with Texas and 18 other states lacking standing, as they weaseled.

    We turn next to the House of Representatives. Simple logic insists that ONE individual cannot possibly represent the needs, wishes, aspirations and concerns of some 750,000 constituents. At present virtually every one of them is OWNED, either directly by the AIPAC gang, ad nauseam, or indirectly via Mo\$\$ad and CIA blackmail, or yet again by corporate interests fronted by the WarDefense industry and their bought and paid-for minions and tools wearing Brass-noses in the Pentagram.

    On and on, I could go, particularly with the mass media, the “Federal” Reserve Bank, the Senate and Executive agencies as well as the political duopoly prostiticians. In short, none of these individuals would qualify to be part of a Re-Constitutional convention. As Eldridge Cleaver pointed out in “Soul on Ice”: “If you are not part of the solution, you’re part of the problem.”

  388. @Justvisiting

    Agreed! But it will be very interesting going forward because two of the most important social orders that emerge in high-trust societies are a stable means of communications and a stable currency (especially a currency that acts as both a medium of exchange and store of value).

    See my Comment #406.

    Both of these social orders emerge naturally (organically) in any healthy functioning, high-trust society. The state can put technology to use for the purpose of protecting and perfecting open communications and stable currency. LOL We know how that has gone. Communications and currency are two of the most untrustworthy and manipulated social orders we have today.

    These are the two opposing forces of our future: consolidation and concentration upward and inward to the few v. diffusion and dispersion downward and outward to the many. And if small, autonomous communities (high-trust societies) are to grow organically, they will probably be low tech when it comes to currency (something real) and communication (verbal and paper).

    Interesting times. .

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  389. Anonymous[290]• 免责声明 说:
    @John Fisher

    Agreed! But it will be very interesting going forward because two of the most important social orders that emerge in high-trust societies are a stable means of communications and a stable currency (especially a currency that acts as both a medium of exchange and store of value).

    I also think that is a real problem. Here’s a data dump:

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    As you know, my opinion is that the underlying trouble is not so much trust as having imported and subsidized various groups that (for various reasons) either cannot tolerate industrial society or think its maintenance much less important than other goals. This was done to maintain urban population so as to obtain political income for the cities.

    However, doing the above has gifted the US with a low trust society, just as you say. I suspect that eventually the US and the West will return to high trust societies, but that’s decades away at best. What happens in the meantime?

    Consider these lines:
    Young man (sad): We shall never have happiness.
    Young woman (hopefully, and not wanting to lose him): Then we shall have to be happy without it.

    Software is trying to partially compensate for loss of trust, and here’s how:

    Technological society might have to do without trust. That’s what distributed trust / blockchain is all about.

    Google, Amazon, etc. are mature and appear invincible. GE, IBM, US Steel, Kodak did in their day. Google-like and Amazon-like businesses have weaknesses. These weaknesses are just starting to show.

    For Google and other “tech giants” that rely on advertising: See: G. Gilder, Life After Google – The Fall of Big Data and the Rise of the Blockchain Economy, 2018. Gilder’s thesis is that:
    a) Current Internet architecture is fundamentally insecure, permitting at most secure enclaves (“walled gardens”) that are vulnerable to raids or fraud (hacking). Content has been given away for free because only free content won’t be stolen. Commercial support is by advertising because consumer attention can be measured and sold.
    b) Nobody likes advertisements or being a tracked commodity, so, long run, an economy based on selling advertisement will be evaded and the advertising income ended. This actually seems to be happening now — note the new emphasis on subscriptions (which people also don’t like, as it has all the disadvantages of being tracked and it costs more).
    c) Add to that the Left’s influence in the Walled Gardens, which drastically reduces the value of the information / entertainment they provide.
    请参见: https://diginomica.com/book-review-life-after-google-the-fall-of-big-data-and-the-rise-of-the-blockchain-economy 换一种看法。
    d) Large centralized organizations have serious troubles just from size. See: https://www.ecommercetimes.com/story/The-Fall-of-Google-the-Rebirth-of-Microsoft-and-the-Changing-Face-of-Apple-and-Linux-63776.html 2020年XNUMX月

    Amazon.com has somewhat different problems. The most obvious are quality control. If the customer can only look at images, quality reduction is easy. Much on Amazon is unusable. The second is a reduction in Amazon’s market. The “retail apocalypse” is probably not due to computer purchases, which are perhaps 20% of the market to one significant place. The “retail apocalypse” is due to a reduction in middle class income. The combination of lower quality and lower market works against Amazon, and for specialty shops such as, Lord help us, “Sportsman’s Guide”. The smaller group of consumers for specialty shops is an incentive to retain quality, and the niche occupied (substitute goods for the desperate) actually gets more sales as economic and security conditions deteriorate.

    Google and Amazon could, in theory, be replaced by businesses using blockchains kept valid by distributed trust systems. That is the promise of Etherium. Take a look at Ethereum’s price chart, http://www.CoinGecko.com (Note: this is not investment advice. Cryptos are boom and bust, unpredictably so in practice, and it’s easy to invest too late in the cycle.). Cryptos in general (even Bitcoin & its clones) can be used for “blockchain businesses” or “blockchain archives” that rely on the distributed trust of the cryptos, and might break the drive towards centralization by providing cheaper infrastructure for sales and by changing the reward of the large scale “Walled garden” software that Google uses. Might. Eventually. Great future, just as the microprocessor had a great future in 1975.

    Just as obviously, the serious conflict or at least its early states that we now see breaking out worldwide, could cause a technological retrogression. Example: Supposedly the only commercially viable 7 nanometer chip fabrication facility is in Taiwan. Should the PRC take Taiwan, then as I understand it the US would be capable of only 12 nm chip fabrication. Similar problems exist with raw materials, most notably rare earths. Granted, the US is almost autarkic, the only major power that is almost autarkic, but there would be a delay of perhaps a decade, more if the US has internal political troubles that make capital expensive. This Kondratiev Winter could be unusually long and severe, and it is just barely possible that it could extend into a Dark Age [1].

    Short run, we have just had a USSR type failure much like the hardline Communist coup against Gorbachev in the USSR. Biden and his backers are trying to re-assemble a failed system using propaganda and resentful personnel who mainly want to loot. He is doing it with an enormous national debt and a depreciated industry that his followers will further depreciate, and a labor force whose quality his follower will seriously reduce.

    That attempt will delay things a bit, but, like the Kondratiev Winter [2] or the above-mentioned USSR coup, it should clear away the marginal businesses and organizations.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kondratiev_wave
    https://medium.com/history-of-yesterday/evolution-of-technology-explained-through-kondratievs-k-waves-6a6130cc30d2

    1] So called originally because the European anarchy and destruction of Byzantine records at the interface between Late Antiquity and Early Medieval (roughly, AD 550 to AD 900) left few records and comparatively few artifacts, hence was “dark” to modern investigators).

    2] The K wave theory says that in Western Enlightenment societies engineering improvements accumulate until people are desperate for economic returns, then to be implemented over only a few decades. A K Spring is when early investors (think “bitcoin” or “kodak”) make much money in a brand new market, a K Summer is when later investors make some money (market is almost saturated), a K Autumn is when investor return in established enterprises becomes zero or slightly negative, and a K Winter is when established forms of investment in industry yield losses (like right now), investors play nonproductive financial games, and also in which some investors are willing to back the engineering capabilities developed since the K Spring. Current examples: Distributed Trust/Blockchain engineering, space industrialization engineering. Note that only a few investors make considerable money. Most Distributed Trust/Blockchain projects attempted so far, for example, are by now effectively worthless, just as most of the minicomputer companies back in the 1970s and PC companies in the 1980s eventually went bankrupt.

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    , @John Fisher
  390. Anonymous[290]• 免责声明 说:
    @Anonymous

    And here’s one of those “cascade failure” facts of nature that is intellectually beautiful, but ugly in that it raises casualties. How often one ends up riding the tiger, afraid to dismount.

    https://www.zerohedge.com/technology/one-little-problem-all-electric-auto-fleet-what-do-we-do-all-waste-gasoline

    And if you’re thinking (as I was) of running electricity generating plants on gasoline, well, maybe. Danger of explosion goes up, you’d have to use noisy turbines to get reasonable efficiency, price of electricity goes up significantly from construction and operation. And why not just burn the gasoline in cars? Mature technology, more efficient, cheaper, less danger.

  391. Tony Hall 说:

    This discussion here has developed in some surprising and fruitful ways. The Supreme Court’s astonishing declaration that it will not deal with a fundamental, even elemental, statement of states rights grievances does indeed mark a teutonic shift in the already-ailing nature of US federalism. The incapacity of national institutions and their corrupt operatives to provide even rudimentary remedies for such consequential breakdowns in citizen-government interactions constitutes a lost opportunity that opens new opportunities beyond the Supreme Court.

    As noted in this discussion, one of these opportunities involves the institution of one or more constituent assemblies to establish founding principles for one or more new polities. As a Canadian, I experienced something like this process in the late 1970s and 1980s when the Dominion of Canada altered its underlying relations with the imperial Mother Country.

    The politics of this constitutional reengineering were invigorating. As discussions developed in Canada, I recall looking to the United States and reflecting on the propensity of many Americans to get stuck in the supposed perfections already embedded in the Constitution put in place by the Republic’s founders. I recall thinking that our process in northern North America pointed to a contrast with our southern neighbours. The Americans, it seemed, tended to get caught up in so much founder worship that they were prone to neglect the need to consider a full-fledged remaking of some their own foundational institutions.

    To me the discussion here is a positive indicator that the citizens of the ailing superpower are no longer complacent and are of a mind to reflect on the pressing need for structural alterations. As time has passed I have become increasingly aware of the fact that what does or does not happen in the USA has huge implications for us all, including us Canadians. Indeed, I have tended over time to include myself in the deliberations about the US future as an essential element in affecting the Canadian future.

    As for the US future, I think private bankers must be stripped of their monopoly powers to create currency. Moreover the whole squad of treasonous media monopolies must be outlawed and dismantled in favour of a more regulated, fair-minded and balanced system of reporting and analyzing “the news.” Both of these objectives will demand some authentic reckoning with increasingly onerous “Israel First” approaches to formulating policy in the reworked system. Perhaps the guiding lights in the new polity or polities can exploit some leverage in playing off Israel against China in the altered political milieu.

  392. Anonymous[290]• 免责声明 说:
    @Tony Hall

    The incapacity of national institutions and their corrupt operatives to provide even rudimentary remedies for such consequential breakdowns in citizen-government interactions constitutes a lost opportunity that opens new opportunities beyond the Supreme Court.

    It does a lot more than that. It demonstrates unmistakably that the people, the general public, is not sovereign. That violates _the_ fundamental of the US, the “We, the People” not “We, the Government” in the Declaration of Independence, established government in the USA. The present US Federal Government, all 3 branches if and when Biden/Harris enter office, has adopted Hamilton’s view of the US general population:

    Your people, sir, is a great beast.
    Alexander Hamilton, 1792,
    http://www.pinzler.com/ushistory/hamjeffpopsupp.html

    It has apparently done so as justification for enriching itself. See: https://www.newswars.com/overstock-ceo-says-fbi-tapped-him-to-bribe-hillary-clinton-as-part-of-sting-operation-for-obama/ for what is apparently standard operating procedure (SOP). The SOP is so long standing that there are no longer serious attempts to hide it — the Supreme Court decision being a champion example of simple admission of guilt by the Supreme Court (https://www.supremecourt.gov/orders/courtorders/121120zr_p860.pdf) and quite possibly its last significant ruling in American history.

    What is happening, and what happens next.

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    Consider the Reve’s Tale in Canterbury Tales:
    (The official set to watch the miller, the “manciple”, fell very sick.).
    The manciple got such a malady
    That all men surely thought that he should die.
    Whereon this miller stole both flour and wheat
    A hundredfold more than he used to cheat;
    For theretofore he stole but cautiously,
    But now he was a thief outrageously,
    At which the warden scolded and raised hell;
    The miller snapped his fingers, truth to tell,
    And cracked his brags and swore it wasn’t so.
    (https://sites.google.com/site/cdjthecanterburytalescdj/discution/the-reeve-s-tale)

    By the end of the story, the miller wished that manciple had never fallen ill, and that’s what’s going to happen this time to Western government. What he hadn’t appreciated was that when social rules are openly flouted, they cease to apply to anyone.

    The present political organization of the US cannot last if the Federal Government flouts US social rules by regarding itself as sovereign. The US has been run by a distributed system of active people, and cannot be run by a population that has to be forced into obeying the Federal Government. The USSR had that same problem when it tried to organize just about everything in its “command economy”.

    To me the discussion here is a positive indicator that the citizens of the ailing superpower are no longer complacent and are of a mind to reflect on the pressing need for structural alterations.

    And you are far from alone in seeing that. See: https://www.zerohedge.com/political/common-sense-solution. Consider its final paragraph:
    And here is the same problem framed in terms of economics: https://www.zerohedge.com/political/two-americas-one-rigged-game-zero-capitalism . A command economy always enriches the top 10%, and that enrichment always becomes the informal goal of the command economy.

    Your comment also emphasizes the West’s main problem: The West knows no alternative to the government that has just visibly failed. The reforms you list amount to returning to previous (1800s) practice, before the Ashkenazim arrived in the US (which might actually be coincidental) and before the late 1800s Progressives reforms had failed. It is likely that a regression to such a state would then simply recapitulate its collapse to its current state.

    Here is how such problems have been solved historically by the West:
    Allen Bloom, in The Closing of the American Mind: How Higher Education Has Failed Democracy and Impoverished the Souls of Today’s Students 1987, concluded by saying that the West was facing a failure in philosophy: political science had failed to provide any alternative to the West’s system that was obviously failing even back then (remember, the visible failure was the 1960s revolution, over a decade before Bloom wrote.)

    A. Bloom was essentially a history of ideas academic, who considered philosophy as largely independent of history. He should have known better. In actual practice, philosophy develops when the choice is between development and death, during great failures of human civilization.

    The previous two Western examples of making a new society are the 30 Years War (80 years for the Netherlands) [1] and the Napoleonic Wars. Both destroyed much of Europe, debilitated the initiating country, and showed conclusively that both sides in the initial conflict were incapable of governing. Both took about 3 generations to resolve (the Napoleonic Wars being finally resolved by the Revolutions of 1848). In the 30 Years War, all initial combatants were religions or religion allied dynasties, but the final settlement demoted religion to an afterthought – under international law whatever the ruler’s religion was, was also his subject’s religion. By the same token, the Napoleonic Wars were intended to either preserve monarchy or impose “liberty, equality, brotherhood”. In practice, they imposed elections, bureaucratic rule and free market competition.

    需要注意的是 在这两种情况下 the societies that started the war were obliterated by the war, and the survivors accepted a society that would have sickened the societies that started the war. The Enlightenment, to a pre-30 Years War society, represented sacrifice of eternity to present greed (that’s still a propaganda theme) and of the virtues to simple cowardice and luxury. The French Absolute Monarch’s detailed bureaucratic rule was exactly what French society was trying to end with the Revolution. After the Napoleonic Wars were over, and the carrying capacity of Europe greatly reduced, the survivors took whatever society would end the 3-generation war/die off. That turned out to be a “democratically selected” bureaucracy with no King to consider the long run, and an Enlightenment society that pitted the many middle Eastern European societies against one another economically, which led eventually to the instabilities of the world wars. The new basis for society was developed during fight (which was about 3 generations long), was not wanted by any of the initial participants, and had not existed before fighting started.

    And that is most likely what we are about to do. The West had tried to reform itself back in the 1930s, after the debacle of WW I, but WW II more or less stopped that [0]. The post-war West proved to be unstable (even counting the USSR as the West in that it valued Enlightenment principles. See: Turchak, 一切都是永远的,直到它不再 for a surprising look at that question.), but there was (and is) no known alternative to the post-war West’s basic organization.
    This 2020 Election fiasco (fiasco: image of a cheap wine bottle dropped on a stone floor) has shown that current Western organization is incapable of tolerating industrial civilization. The fiasco has, essentially, continued the diversion of capital flow into unproductive uses, into immediate consumption. That is no longer possible, as the very large deficits under Trump and the impending bubble collapse under whoever wins the Presidency will demonstrate. Affairs will end in three generations of fighting, probably starting outside the West as economic dislocation and consequent starvation [2] destabilizes countries worldwide. The survivors will probably cobble something together [3]. Whatever it is, it will be considered better than a system that produces 3 generations of fighting.

    脚注

    0] The present government of the West is frozen into exercise of absolute unrestricted indirect control of all economic activity by government. Western government lacks the ideological base that justified both Communism and Fascism, and in consequence has drifted into destructive looting, and is losing its autonomy to its rich, the 0.1&. This isn’t all bad. Development of distributed trust auditing of blockchains and investment in low-cost launches depend entirely on rich patrons. It’s not all good, either. Trump, and popular sovereignty with him, is being ejected because Trump has shut down the flow of money to government and cities, and Western society is now unstable.

    1] At the start of the war, Islamic jihad was overcoming Eastern Europe. Spain, recently unified, fought Lepanto ( https://www.catholiceducation.org/en/culture/history/how-the-1571-battle-of-lepanto-saved-europe.html , https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2020/10/the_battle_of_lepanto_when_turks_skinned_christians_alive_for_refusing_islam.html) and gained control of the Mediterranean Sea.

    This did not stop the Islamic conquest of Easter Europe, which had the military capacity to besiege Vienna 1529 and again in 1683 (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Vienna). The 30 Years War started in 1624, 5 years before the first Siege of Vienna. (and Islamic conquest might happen again, see: https://www.nordicmonitor.com/2020/06/turkey-planned-to-invade-greece-secret-document-reveals/)

    Spain apparently decided to unify Europe before responding to the Islamics (Ottoman Turks in this case), and started the 30 Years War (https://militaryhistorynow.com/2020/08/16/the-thirty-years-war-10-key-facts-about-the-17th-century-conflict-that-shattered-europe/).

    By the end of the war, something like 60 percent of the German population in areas of hardest fighting were dead of starvation, the troops of various sides having eaten all their food. All participants were greatly impoverished, and Spain had depopulated itself in several “last push” mobilizations. Spain never recovered, Austria and other Eastern European nations defeated the Islamic jihads by themselves (eventually), and Europe had no more mass armies until the Napoleonic Wars, and then after 1848 until WW I.

    2] UN claims about a quarter billion deaths from starvation in 2021 just from reaction to COVID-19.
    The current bubble’s breaking will be much more than that.

    3] So what is a society with a different base? Fiction answers that best. For an example of a society with a different base, See Vernor Vinge, 彩虹尽头, for a fictional future society after the fighting stops. It is dominated by international competition and the declining price of weapons of mass destruction. It is a very intrusive society, everybody is poor, most are happy, and the society is clearly failing (as is ours). It is still a fictional enlightenment society, however.
    Other example sometimes used to train people to think of different society: A. E. von Vogt, The Weapons Shops of Isher. That’s a fictional non-Enlightenment society 1951 (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Weapon_Shops_of_Isher)
    or, if you want a seriously different fictional society, one unrelated to the Enlightenment and built on games theory and selective breeding, see: 求爱仪式, Donald Kingsbury, 1983. (https://ejje.weblio.jp/content/Courtship+Rite

  393. @Tony Hall

    Mr. Hall…thank you for returning this late in the comment thread.

    The incapacity of national institutions and their corrupt operatives to provide even rudimentary remedies for such consequential breakdowns in citizen-government interactions constitutes a lost opportunity that opens new opportunities beyond the Supreme Court.

    I share your astonishment at the Supreme Court’s decision, and admire your optimism for the new opportunities this opens up, but I am not sure the commenters here represent a large enough sample to be considered a positive indicator. As much as I admire many of the commenters here, as soon as I go to the grocery store, I return to the feeling of Alice in Wonderland.

    As for the US future, I think private bankers must be stripped of their monopoly powers to create currency. Moreover the whole squad of treasonous media monopolies must be outlawed and dismantled in favour of a more regulated, fair-minded and balanced system of reporting and analyzing “the news.” Both of these objectives will demand some authentic reckoning with increasingly onerous “Israel First” approaches to formulating policy in the reworked system. Perhaps the guiding lights in the new polity or polities can exploit some leverage in playing off Israel against China in the altered political milieu.

    Excellent, and I agree wholeheartedly with the sentiment to strip the bankers and dismantle the vile media. See my comments above about the opposing tension from these two critical elements of social order.

    And I especially appreciate your willingness to call for a reckoning of the onerous (I would add odious) “Israel First” approaches, but I am not sure about the chances of playing Israel off against China. I would rather than my local county (and the many counties that surround mine) forget that Israel and China even exist.

  394. @Anonymous

    Thank you for this, Anonymous 290.

    Gilder has been mostly right about technology for more than 30 years, so his assessment has to be taken seriously (and I hope he is right).

    And I hope you are right about blockchain. I have not yet come to understand it well enough to say anything intelligent.

    If technology can help us return to Real Money (that cannot be produced 随意), the Town Hall, and the Ale House (see Mefobills), all the better.

    再次感谢!

  395. Thank you, Tony Hall for your insightful observations. Both John Fisher and Anon-290 have added their perspectives to broaden the discussion. We appear to be in general agreement that the system has now, with the egregious punt by the Black Robes, become totally broken. As for the entire usurpatious federal government; there remains not a fragment of possibility that it is in any way, shape or form accountable to THE sovereign power, We The People. The very essence of republican governance rests upon the undergirding principle of popular sovereignty.

    After a long trail of abuses, to reference the very founding document of These United States of America, in the words of Thomas Jefferson; the very foundations of the republic are shattered. As the successions of tyranny leads our people down the slippery slope of absolute tyranny as evidenced by the pronouncements of “The Great Reset”; the handwriting on the wall is etched in for all those who still have eyes to see.

    Forced depopulation, combined with the looming probability of a resurgence of chattel serfdom appears to be the lot of the survivors of mandatory vaccines which are alleged to utterly change our very DNA by means of RNA genetic material which has been recombined with the “antiviral” load.

    What we face is an absolute existential crisis manifesting on a world-wide basis.

    Parasites have infested the body-politic, at least since adoption of the “Federal” Reserve Bank legislation on the 13th of December, 1913, by a group of schemers making up a rump Congress, without a quorum as necessitated by Constitutional law and promptly endorsed by a blackmailed president Wilson.

    It is well that we recognize that Congress, the Administrative Deep \$tate and now as clearly evidenced by their denial of Standing to Texas and 18 additional state governments, by the ultimate Constitutionally established highest court of the land, are, all three of the branches of federal governance, clearly under the covert power of highest finance capital and their various minions and servants within the federal infrastructure.

    Consequently, there no longer exists any sense of governmental AUTHORITY on the part of we concerned citizens of the U.S. and even by the Canadian observer by whom this alarum has been composed. As commentators on these pressing issues, we are but a tiny tip of an iceberg of popular resentment and alarm at the state of this nation.

    It is my ongoing point of view that it is essential that we consider ourselves a Committee of Correspondence, an essential precursor to the calling of a Re-Constitutional Convention. Such an informal meeting of the minds should include such profound constitutional scholars as John Whitehead of the Rutherford Institute.

    As my current day to day life is in a state of disruption; I cannot take on the responsibility of initiating the process, but merely to call the question of a need for a forum of mutual consultation. Perhaps at least one of the three previous contributors to this ongoing discussion would be willing to take on the necessary steps to establish a website for the express purpose of crystalizing continued consultations. On a personal basis, I would volunteer to be a part of such a gathering of concerned individuals.

    To reference The Godfather of the Republic, Benjamin Franklin: “If we don’t all hang together, you may rest assured that they shall hang us all separately”.

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  396. @Majority of One

    Tusen Takk, MoO. A few thoughts on your following words:

    … the entire usurpatious federal government; there remains not a fragment of possibility that it is in any way, shape or form accountable to THE sovereign power, We The People. The very essence of republican governance rests upon the undergirding principle of popular sovereignty.

    The destruction of popular sovereignty 到处 is explicitly the goal of the globalist elite’s totalitarian ambition as confirmed by Professor Carroll Quigley in Tragedy & Hope and famously expressed by David Rockefeller in this way:

    We are grateful to the Washington Post, the New York Times, Time Magazine and other great publications whose directors have attended our meetings and respected their promises of discretion for almost 40 years……It would have been impossible for us to develop our plan for the world if we had been subjected to the lights of publicity during those years. But, the world is more sophisticated and prepared to march towards a world government. The supernational sovereignty of an intellectual elite and world bankers is surely preferable to the national autodetermination practiced in past centuries.

    Rockefeller is also reported to have said:

    We are on the verge of a global transformation. All we need is the right major crisis, and the nations will accept the New World Order.

    Right major crisis?

    Think the current plandemic plague, and don’t you dare congregate, but do impede normal respiration, communication and smiles and grimaces and other social interaction with a diaper on your face. And starve, lose your jobs, commit suicide, take your vaccines, by the hundreds of millions! To this add mad cackling laughter, in the style of the spoiled heirs of billionaires.

    Given that the United States has until recent years been the most powerful and wealthiest of countries, with a defining mythology of being the very essence of republican government, Rockefeller at al’s perspective would see the US as the great challenge, the great hindrance, to their dreams of global dominion.

    So Americans have been fed a steady designed-to-weaken diet for generations of lies, degraded food, fouled water, stupifying education, moronizing mass media, transnational corporate empowerment, oligarchic manipulation, and have invested much of their fortune and young men on mass murder and maiming and piracy abroad. While America was busy attacking – full spectrum domination and all – much of Earth while pretending otherwise, there was a simultaneous broad spectrum attack on America, largely unannounced and unnoticed.

    And here we are today. And you write:

    there remains not a fragment [of the federal government] … accountable to … We The People.

    I beg to differ, a bit.

    An unknown number of citizens of the United States employed by some arm of the Federal Government still deem themselves to be ultimately accountable to the People, and want to restore an honorable republican political order. They are backed by an unknown number but probably millions of patriots not formal parts of the federal government.

    It’s late in the game, and the score looks lopsided.

    The next few weeks will tell a lot.

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  397. Factorize 说:
    @Tony Hall

    Mr. Hall, do you believe that Canada could play a constructive and proactive role in any potential dissolution of the United States of America? Not having played such a role to help the US avoid its Civil War was a missed opportunity at friendly neighbor diplomacy. It might not be the best possible resolution, though sometimes an amicable divorce is better than an unhappy marriage. Does the US Constitution have provisions for such a de-uniting process?

    In the map below, perhaps Washington, Oregon and the states to the east could join an expanded Canada/USA (including New York, Vermont, etc.). A Republican heavy America centered around Texas could then remain. This would be somewhat similar to the old south.

  398. @Robert Snefjella

    Takk skal de har, Snefjella.

    You remind that there still remain numbers of patriotic Americans within the federal infrastructure. Though some federal departments are relatively clean of NWO corruption, it is my surmise that middle ranking officers and a considerable proportion of NCO’s do take their oaths of allegiance seriously. If that is the case they may need to attend to the problem of the number of brass noses in the Pentagram.

    The Obaminable one appears to have removed a considerable proportion of higher ranking officers who are not greedy toadies for the WarDefense industry and the barons of highest finance who control that most profitable Globalist robocop cabal which comprises the core of the contemporary higher command structure of the US military.

    It may be necessary to break the chains of command by removing the Obaminables and replacing them with “deplorables”. I’m confident that there are individuals who know the identities of the worst actors in positions of command influence. Such reorganization would be strictly an internal matter.

    One would hope that there are even a few patriots hiding out and keeping low profiles in the deepest labyrinths of the Deep State, particularly in its controlling organ, the CIA

  399. Tony Hall 说:

    Thanks Factorize

    In the era of the US Civil War, the Dominion of Canada absorbed hostile attacks by Roman Catholic Fenian allies of the US government. Moreover, the US government worked hard to achieve the goal of annexing the old Hudson’s Bay Company lands. For instance in 1870, agents of the US government tried through bribery and persuasion to transform the Metis freedom movement led by Louis Riel into a substantial territorial expansion for the United States. Although Riel opposed the colonizing scheme being mounted by the new Dominion government with its Parliamentary base in Ottawa, the Metis leader refused all offers from US agents to join the Metis cause to the North American destiny of the Stars and Stripes.

    Because of Riel’s decision to side with the Crown, the northwestern portion of North America remained British. Riel is remembered as the founder of the Canadian province of Manitoba. In a story too long to tell here, Riel was subsequently hanged in 1885 by the Dominion government for treason.

    Canada would not exist to this day if it was not for the power and prestige of the British Empire. Imperial Britain quite consciously groomed US elites as the heirs apparent to United Kingdom’s global empire. Canada has been the nexus of the Anglo-American empire whose heartland is the North Atlantic Triangle. (See Brebner’s book of the same name)

    As a proud and patriotic Canadian, I still pledge allegiance to Her Majesty the Queen of Canada. In grade school I sang “God Save the Queen” every morning. Perhaps the destiny of the monarchy in North America has some relevance to all of this. There is inevitably a significant change coming up soon for the Monarchy in the UK and throughout the Commonwealth. Queen Elizabeth is now well into her 90s.

    That forthcoming changing of the guard for the House of Windsor might soon become a significant factor in the drama we are living through and discussing here. In Canada the sovereign is still the Crown. Don’t underestimate the importance of the symbolic power that still adheres to the Crown inherited from the British Imperial Empire. The USA draws much of it legal personality from the inheritance of this Crown and of the Crown colonies from which the original US confederacy emerges. The Crown is indeed a two-edged sword. Don’t underestimate the importance of the Crown and also of the First Nations if it happens we find ourselves working towards a new vision of domestic treaty making within altered conceptions of “America.”

    Thanks Factorize for speaking to me as a Canadian. And thanks for introducing the framework for some sort of wide-ranging discussion on how to envisage new maps of political economy in the geography of our continent and in the internal geographies our geopolitical imaginations. I’m already trying to envisage what a constituent assembly we might invent together, would look like. Why not try on this relatively solid ground for free and open discussion, an act of collectively inventing the basis for a new constituent assembly?

    Isn’t a venue for free and open discussion as well as debate in public, just about one of the most rare and thus precious of conditions these days? Thanks to Ron Unz for somehow securing these conditions for free and open discussion, conditions that are worthy of our respect and are worthy of our collective protection if necessary.

    By way of introduction I am a citizen of Alberta Canada. I am 69 years old and Professor Emeritus at the University of Lethbridge. I live about 40 miles north of the Montana-Alberta border. Alberta would probably be the first Canadian province whose citizens might be inclined to gravitate towards becoming members of a Red heartland jurisdiction in North America. Until recently, Calgary Alberta was often described as Texas North. Alberta hosts the controversial Alberta Tar sands in which the Koch Brothers invested heavily. What about China and the oil resources of Western Canada? What about the government of Canada’s effort to push pipelines through the Rocky Mountains in British Columbia to get bitumen to the Pacific… to export to China for further distilling?

    I’m really pleased to see that the discussion here on “Trump’s Landslide” has reached this interesting juncture. I’d love to see a forum developed to discuss “America” as a concept, an ethos and shared home. One aspect of this reimagining might involve some attention to the nature of the polity formed by all the inhabitants of the entire Western Hemisphere. To me “America” is best understood as a hemisphere rather than a country.

    My academic career was launched when I did my Ph.D. in Canadian history at the University of Toronto. My thesis was completed in 1984 under the supervision of Prof. J.M.S Careless. The title of the thesis is “Land , Law and the Lord in the Indian Affairs of Upper Canada, 1791-1858.” That’s where I started on a trajectory of studies that includes the international law of genocide. This study developed in the course of the litigation arising from the actions of my Mohawk colleague, Splitting The Sky. In 2009 STS attempted in Calgary a citizen’s arrest of former US President, George W. Bush. His goal was to place added political pressure on the RCMP in Canada to arrest Bush for war crimes… for crimes against humanity… for the international crime of torture.

    It was Attica Brother, Splitting The Sky/John Boncore Hill, who more or less forced me to get off the fence in my academic interpretation of 9/11. In these intense times the specious narrative at the origins of the War on Terror is being spun into an expanded emergency measures operation. The new War on Viruses is being shaped as a Medical Crusade for Vaccinations and immunity passports. One of the plans is to replace our own natural immune systems with a cradle-to-grave regime of mandatory vaccines making us totally dependent on Big Pharma as well as on its Big Brother. An immediate priority, therefore, is to develop intelligent forms of collective resistance, including transnational resistance, to the vaccination incursions that are being turned on us with genocidal intent. Contrary to the the Nuremberg Principles, we are being rendered the targets of illegal medical experiments.

    Canada and the United States both have federal systems of governance. Where the US has States, Canada has provinces. The provincial government of Alberta often resents the government of Canada for sucking up an unfair share of the royalties on oil. Of course the politics and economics of oil have changed a lot in recent months. The disagreement between Trump and Biden on the future of oil and gas was truly a historic part of the last presidential debate.

    Thanks Factorize for taking the initiative to post a new rendition of how to think about North America from a fresh perspective. It all seems in line with envisaging a constituent assembly where some of the genuine leaders emerging from within 我们人类 can respond with a representative clarity combining idealism, pragmatism and true grit.

    • 回复: @Skeptikal
    , @Factorize
  400. Thank YOU, professor Hall for expanding on the actualizable proposals offered by Factorize and for your clear insights into the “crusade” for mandatory vaccinations and immunity passports. This open tyrannization on a global basis IS their big play, a seemingly overwhelming and broadly coordinated assault on We The People. I find it refreshingly delightful, that as an Emeritus academic, you are casting your lot with the untitled “deplorables” who make up the vast bulk of relatively under-educated, albeit common-sense wealthy common-folk comprised of rural and small town individuals and blue-collar urbanites.

    As a Northwoods Minnesotan whose home is that place where Mother Earth gives birth to the Father of Waters; I am also proud of the fact that living some 30 miles north of the Great Northern Divide, the streams and rivers of my section of the county of my residence comprise the southeasternmost tributaries of the Nelson river system which ultimately debouches into Hudson’s Bay, ultimately a feeder of the Arctic Ocean. Thus, is my vision of a continental scope.

    While hitching around northwestern Europe in ’79, I was queried on the ferry between Hook of Holland and Harwich, England, as to my homeland. Assuring the gentleman that I was not an Aussie, the following exposition of origins traced the river systems via the Grand Forks of the Red and Red Lake rivers into Lake Winnipeg, after accommodating the South Saskatchewan and other streams flowing out of Ontario and Manitoba, including the Rainy, which debouches into Lake of the Woods, a body of water dividing those two provinces, as well as from Minnesota. Thus, from Lake Winnipeg and Lake Manitoba, the Red system conjoins with the English and other rivers which together combine into the Nelson. By then my inquisitor was totally convinced that I was Canadian.

    An attendee of the very first Winnipeg Folk festival in ’74, going there on the morning after teaming up with a newfound friend from Pictou County, N.S.; we wandered into a basement bar on Portage Avenue which turned to be a strip-club. As one of the girls was teasing herself with an ostrich plume and a somewhat enrapt male audience; my glance was drawn to a high-mounted TV set away from the stage action. There I witnessed Richard Nixon tearfully resigning the presidency. What a juxtaposition of images.

    One of my aunts lies buried in a churchyard in the vicinage of Shellbrook, Saskatchewan. My grandparents and their surviving daughters as well as some livestock, perhaps, re-immigrated into the US at some time in 1910 after some seven years homesteading in that Spiritwood region. My grandfather drove an ox team for the Hudsons Bay Company, hauling supplies to an outpost in the far north of that province. So far as I knew, the grandparents and senior aunts, as undocumented immigrants, never renewed their American citizenship and thus died as subjects of the Crown.

    Never having allowed a boobtoob into the home–my preference being for a library of some 2,000 volumes–the primary source for news and information was CBW out of Winnipeg, a clear-channel station readily heard some 300 kilometers from the “Peg”. Alan Maitland (aka “Fireside Al”) and Peter Gzoski presented commentaries laden with humor and erudition–qualities which at that time were extremely rare commodities over American airwaves.

    So yes, Tony, I am fully d’accord with a continental perspective encompassing the entirety of English-speaking Turtle Island. With my home located midway between two Ojibwa reservations and enjoying the friendship of those whom you would consider as First Nations people; we do appear to be on the same page in that regard.

    Beginning breaths of a truly Continental Congress? I’m declaring full interest in such an undertaking. Our national traditions are somewhat disparate. However, looking to a future reorganization based on commonality of visions and interests; conjoined perspectives appear to beckon. It strikes my fancy that the central continent has the capacity for becoming a unified whole, while each coast might choose to develop along their own lines–the eastern one being Atlanticist, while the western looking across the Pacific to Asia.

    Like yourself, I am most grateful and thankful to Ron Unz for facilitating what currently appears to be the most significant of international open forums within an as yet untrammeled internet. The broad scope of the Unz Review may not be conducive to an ongoing specificity of purpose. Thus, have you not done so already I invite you to peruse my most recent comment regarding the need for a website purposed as a committee of correspondence, where we could gradually gather a caucus of individuals who care about the devolution of the political process away from We The People and into the hands of a greedy and avaricious elite who care naught for the common weal of humanity.

  401. Skeptikal 说:
    @Tony Hall

    Lots in your comment to agree with and discuss.
    1. I too have always thought it was important not to confuse “America” with “the United States of America.” America is all of North and South America.
    2. Thanks for reminding readers that the attempt to force a vaccine on those who do not want it would be a violation on Nuernberg Laws.
    3. The writer Matthew Ehret has been producing very interesting essays on the true relationship of Canada and the United States, highlighting many of the ways that British control of Canada has been a backdoor control of the USA—or at least has been a conduit for influence that virtually no Americans ever think about. His website is Canadian Patriot (https://canadianpatriot.org/). I have found his essays very thought-provoking and wonder whether you have an opinion of his work.

  402. Factorize 说:
    @Tony Hall

    Thank you for your reply, Professor Hall.

    The lack of any mention on unz of a potential role for Canada to facilitate stabilization of the ongoing and intensifying social instability demonstrated in America was a surprise to me. Is Canada truly that absent from American consciousness? Such lack of recognition likely arises from its seemingly typical passive role in American affairs. As an example of this passivity, consider how Canada might have negotiated (likely through British intermediation) union of the inchoate Canada with the Northern United States as a plausible alternative to the highly traumatic American Civil War.

    A similar reset on a North American scale might now be of considerable help in restoring collective rationality (especially in the US). The ongoing devolution of behavior that we are witnessing in America is concerning. The proposition that everything will magically resolve without an intervention seems increasingly to be naively optimistic.

    America’s place in the international order has shifted/is shifting; rethinking its political boundaries might allow for a broader rethink of how to adapt to a changed reality. {It does not seem far-fetched to imagine that a greater focus on “We the People” instead of external policies might emerge from such a rethink.} A redefinition of the physical boundaries of the US would surely require a reworking of the United States Constitution. Resetting these “rules of the game” could help to bring the system back into balance and perhaps Canada could play a helpful role in such a reset (or at the very least help Americans re-imagine what America might be). The Red-Blue bipolar divide has become entrenched and is functioning as a mental black hole which blocks the discovery of constructive adaptive behavior. One potential workaround is to make this a three body problem (with Canada), though this clearly adds considerable complexity.

    There is a strong sense that we are entering a time of living history; the American constitutional wisdom that was set down almost a quarter millennium ago is fraying and this might be a time for history to reappear and reset a clock that is out of sync. Majority of One’s use of primordial language and psychology is a useful device in moving us towards this rethinking by discussing fundamental conceptions of reality that could form a cohesive force for redefining boundaries and creating shared meaning. Along these lines, possibly metaphorically reinterpreting our perception of the factions involved as representing people of the land and people of the sky could help us move away from the endless hate and towards a more detached accepting that people have different ways of perceiving reality.

    The sense of a living history and organic evolution of political divisions would also bring back Canada’s First Nations into the discussion. Without such vitality through time, obligations are neglected, rights go unobserved and signed treaties are understood as the end of history and not the start of relationships that need to be developed. For many this could be an unexpected wake-up call against the expectation that everything had been settled. The “We the People” of the United States acts as a way of universalizing rights to people in a generic sense which makes actual specific identification of obligations and rights essentially impossible. However, in the Canadian sense these rights are specifically noted as conferred to peoples (i.e., First People) in the Canadian Constitution which eliminates the possibility of overlooking such rights in any potential future reworking of North America.

    • 回复: @Majority of One
  403. Anonymous[290]• 免责声明 说:

    明白了。 被忽略的几点:
    1) “Political reality” is not “physical reality”.
    2) The “Physical Reality” in this case is that Western industry (you too, Canada) is inadequate to support the Western population. In fact, total global industry is unable to support the total global population. Consider that COVID-19 has, by greatly reducing export markets and the tourist trade, is likely to cause about a quarter billion deaths through starvation in 2021 (UN estimate).

    You can talk about giving “rights” to populations, but the fact is there is nothing left to give. It is all disguised taking. The “rights” have to be supervised by a bureaucracy, no?

    此外,西方城市正在明显消亡,在经济上已经过时了大约 70 年,陷入财务困境大约有 60 年。 这就是推动大部分变化的原因。

    还有其他影响。 财富趋于集中,只有通过大规模冲突才能分散(参见:W. Scheidel,伟大的矫平机 ,九月18,2018。

    您只是在重新陈述 1910 年的紧迫问题,这些问题导致了 1917-1940 年的第一次世界大战后政权,以及 1950-1990 时代最终的西方和苏联大规模国家。 不错的尝试,但去过那里,做到了,不,谢谢。

    也就是说,请注意对未来 30 年的这个非常简单的分析:

    * The US / Western failure of 2020/11/03 and following is simply because Western cities (and the State governments they control) are failing. As is usually the case with governments in hard times, the cities are calling for a tightening of controls and dropping the facade of consultation with the general population. Note that the Left’s reforms always help those “minorities” that live in large cities. The large number of Hispanics who live in the countryside are not even mentioned, nor are American Indian reservations. For that matter, the “minorities” that are majorities in the large cities are actively impoverished by the Left’s “help”. The Left’s reforms are simple subsidies to the cities and their bureaucracies and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO), which are the Left’s residence. The Left’s reforms are no more or less than that. To survive, the Left must continue subsidies to the cities, and continued subsidies is the whole of the Biden/Harris program.

    * Using the USSR’s failure as a template, Trump is an analog of Brezhnev (reforming leader), Biden/Harris is the analog of the USSR’s Hardline Communist coup.
    * Biden/Harris will fail because the resources they need are already being used to support the cities. The “rich” do not keep their money as money, it is in the form of companies. “Eating the Rich” means “nationalizing the companies”, which always reduces their efficiency and may simply destroy them. It does not mean seizing previously idle resources.

    * The Biden/Harris failure will be characterized by the further destruction of urban areas by their own inhabitants. Historically, it was “Faced with a famine, the first thing a city mob does is to burn down the bakeries”. Now it’s “We will riot and loot, show that we can make the wheels run backwards!” Attempts to extend the rioting and looting to the suburbs are superfluous — the suburbs are funded by urban jobs supported by political power that will be destroyed by the urban riots and looting. By the same token, attempts at a “Great Reset” will also fail — the engineering basis for the kind of control that a successful “Great Reset” would require do not exist.
    * Biden/Harris will be followed by an interregnum of very little government, which will free the world from US stabilization and probably lead to several regional wars and a worldwide human die-off. Note that the Russian Federation (RF), successor to the USSR, still lacks a stable government. It is dependent on Putin, a highly capable man who is sick and must soon retire. RF may or may not survive Putin’s retirement, nobody knows yet.

    * 某种新形式的西方政府将从现在的过渡期中出现,也许是 30 年后(约 2050 年)。 它不会基于城市。 它的行业将不同于今天的行业(例如分布式信任,依赖于近地轨道接入的行业,如今天的发射公司,但更有能力,生物医学行业)。 如果历史模型成立,那么新的政府形式将是 2020 年任何人口或精英都不会接受的政府形式。

    Given that analysis of the next 3 decades, here’s my opinion on what we, here, can do right now:

    What can be done on unz.com (and similar) is early stages of the discussions and advocacy that will, eventually, provide the basis for the post-interregnum form of government. Somebody has to do it.

    对上述内容的实质性批评将不胜感激。 请不要 pilpul、casuistry、BS、雪地工作或类似的。 城市是否失败? 左派是否生活在城市及其官僚机构中? 有没有人有一个物理上可行的政府理论?

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  404. @Factorize

    Thank you, Factorize, for noting Tony Hall’s inclusion of the Canadian Constitution’s inclusion of that land’s First Nations as a foundational element in that document’s conceptualization. This immediately calls to question the position of the US government, dating back to attacks on the Iroquois and Lenape peoples during the Revolutionary War, where land-greedy colonists exemplified by none other than George Washington himself, who was called “the destroyer of villages” by his native victims.

    Even more of a shame than the matter of chattel slavery of both whites (mostly Irish during the 1600’s and early 1700’s and then black African kidnappees beginning in 1619) was the constant assaults on Native Americans, which hit a low note in William Henry Harrison’s assaults on Tecumseh’s people before and after the War of 1812; crescendoed with the Trail of Tears visited upon the “Five Civilized Tribes” during the latter 1830’s and then finalized with “Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee” against the Lakota people in the 1890’s.

    My point is that in conceptually restoring civic governance to Turtle Island (a commonly used native name for the northern 4/5ths of this continent) must commence with restitution on a commensurate scale for those people whose lands were stolen and seized and whose culture was demolished in the process of the unfolding of “Manifest Destiny”. When a re-constitutional convention is convoked by We the People of Turtle Island, first consideration must go to the descendants of the first victims. Representatives for all extant native nations must have “seats” in the Council of all the nations which make up Greater Turtle Island. As the Quebecois settled before the immigrants from the British Isles, it is also proper that their place in the general council would be assured—as would their language and general cultural rights.

    In earlier postings I called for the establishment of a committee of correspondence which would need its own website for those of us who are committed to future considerations of continental purport. My hope is that an individual younger than myself would take on the responsibility of setting up such a site. As much as I appreciate the profound efforts of Ron Unz and this review, it is awkward to address such a specificity on this general forum on a sustained basis.

  405. @Anonymous

    A-290:虽然我不能提供你要求的实质性批评,但我可能会提出一些可能性,以解决你对基于工业化、城市化和普遍集权的文化进行深入研究和明显理解的哲学解构和控制。

    我们从土地开始。 小学,我亲爱的同事们。 无论您咨询芒福德,还是深入研究考古,很明显,人类文化最成功的古老模式是传统俄罗斯人所说的经典“米尔”,即基本上自给自足的乡村。 这个村庄的人口规模将受到自我限制——可能最多可容纳 300 人,而且通常更小。 为了正确地培养孩子,他们绝对不需要每周 5 次被赶到完全抽象的教室环境中。 这样的轨迹公理地切断了它们与自然世界的联系。 孩子们需要能够四处奔跑并探索他们的环境。 他们还需要与年龄较大的儿童和社区成年人充分互动。 他们是这样学习的。

    每个村庄将共同拥有周围的田野、牧场、森林。 尽可能地,每个人都会选择自己的职业状态。 对于大田作物和乳制品以及其他形式的资源收获,可以保留较低水平的机械化。 以村庄为中心将是一个日光浴室类型的社区中心,图书馆和通信资源将集中在那里。 我们不需要重新构建后新石器时代的现实,而是需要仔细考虑机械和技术过程可以在可持续水平上整合的水平。

    在古典时代,古希腊人非常了解的一点是,青春期/青春期的男孩需要变得准独立于他们的直系亲属。 因此,以市场、轻工业、手工业和教育为中心的城镇的发展,规模从最低的可能 500 人到最高的可能是这个数字的 XNUMX 倍。 虽然有些女孩也会选择离开壁炉和家庭,但我个人对两性之间潜在差异的解释(基于人类文化历史的观点)是,大多数男孩只是需要一个新的场景来过渡到成年,而对于大多数正在转变为母亲这一关键角色的女孩来说,情况可能并非如此。 直到最近,这些差异才得到广泛认可。

    第三,需要城市,但是就像古典希腊和文艺复兴时期意大利的例子一样,一个城市的最大可能范围似乎是整合成功的公民和谐水平,大约是 50,000 人。 城市不会是抚养孩子的地方。 这些地方将主要由地区需要的政府居住(不多); 艺术家; 知识分子; 学者和这样的个人,他们不适应环境,这往往会扼杀他们的个人感受需求、目标和抱负。 这些城市将被充分压缩,其居民基本上可以在城市内的任何地方行走,而他们对机动交通的唯一需求就是在“围墙”之外旅行。 城镇和城市都将围绕其周围主要是森林和公园的绿化带,以使每个居民都可以随时进入自然世界,在某些情况下还可以出入荒野。

    在海龟岛上,非常需要土壤和土地整治以及水域的全面修复。 Agribiz“农场”所需的工业化农业和巨型机械由数千英亩平坦、肥沃、肥沃的农田组成,这导致了巨型机械的利用,这些机械压缩了土壤层并摧毁了地表下的大部分微生物——生命在系统发育规模上“更高”的组织需要依靠这些组织来维持自己的生存。 几乎没有妈妈和流行农民了。 我们看到的是重型设备操作员和化学战施药者。 俄亥俄州、印第安纳州、伊利诺伊州、威斯康星州、爱荷华州、明尼苏达州、内布拉斯加州、达科他州、堪萨斯州等全国粮仓的大部分耕地正在迅速退化为生物沙漠。 土地整治是应对疾病迅速增加和断断续续饥饿的唯一可能解决方案。

    回大陆。 1971 年春天,我成为了 WarBaby 和 Boomer 一代的原始嬉皮士之一。 对于我们大多数选择放弃城市作为回到我们地球母亲怀抱的开拓性回归的人来说,生神体验是其中的推动力之一。

    多年来,我的个人视野已经扩大到更全面的概念化,我认为这对人类未来的生存至关重要。 1970 年,我发现自己拜访了住在洛杉矶太平洋帕利塞德查托夸大道上的朋友。 透过他们巨大的观景窗,我俯视着覆盖着下方山谷的棕色毯子。 我看到了未来,很快决定拔出木桩,回到明尼苏达的诺斯伍兹,把我头上的树拔掉。

    现在是所有研究人类状况的学生——有远见的人,我们中的很多人——同意在持续和持续的基础上进行协商的时候了。 没有其他的行动方案对我有意义。

  406. Factorize 说:

    Majority of One, I appreciate your reply.

    Thinking of the constitutional issues involved has helped to expand my state of consciousness: It is invigorating. Nevertheless, after abstracting away the details of this time and this place, one is left contemplating foundational issues which lead outwards to daunting challenges. How does one formulate the rules of life that would apply centuries into the future, while at the same time countering the influence of potential external agents?

    Notwithstanding the mantra that race is a social construct, one has the distinct impression that a formulation of a modern constitution would require a document supersaturated with identity politics. Naming and specifying parties to a constitution (as was apparently done with Canada) creates more of a sense of legal obligation than the more generic We The People (of America).

    Majority of One, I was surprised when I was reading some background of American history to find mention of the Northwest Territory (of America). The Northwest Territory was the American land to the west of Pennsylvania and adjacent to the Great Lakes. You are quite well-informed about history, so I assume that you are aware that Minnesota was part of this political territory. This region might have actually been considered “Canadian” at some time, though as America evolved it became incorporated into the union. From the Canadian perspective avoiding the scale that has emerged in the US (through relinquishment of lands such as in the Northwest Territory, etc.) is likely seen by many Canadians as a benefit.

  407. Anonymous[290]• 免责声明 说:
    @Majority of One

    很抱歉花了这么长时间才回复。 您的信息需要深思熟虑。

    前言

    1. 你提议的社会可能会出现。 时间尺度会相当长,在世纪范围内。 你提议的社会与我认为的对可能的限制兼容。

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    2.当前的美国和世界形势似乎是启蒙运动的全球性失败,特别是霍布斯/洛克综合。 霍布斯指出,理性思考是所有人的共同点,但前提是这些人为自己的生命感到恐惧。 洛克指出,如果有生产力的人团结起来,利用理性思维的共同基础,就共同行动达成一致,那么这些人就可以战胜那些依靠武力和奴隶,而自己却一无所获的人。 霍布斯是正确的,洛克是正确的,他们之间解释了大约公元 1500 年之后的欧洲突围。西方军队,就像他们之前的罗马军队一样,比他们遇到的人民训练、供应、领导和战术更好。 此外,他们拥有一个生产力更高的社会制度,主导贸易并为优势军事力量提供盈余。
    欧洲的突破如此成功,以至于到 1945 年,没有其他文明有足够的资源来严重挑战西方。 在这一点上,西方文明大规模失败,导致了被盗的 2020-11-03 美国联邦选举的帮助和教唆。 发生了什么?
    简短的回答是重言式。 在成功的洛克文明中,没有人会为自己的生命感到害怕。 死亡是一种医学现象,不是敌人造成的。 因此,成功的洛克社会不再有理性的共同基础,当非理性(例如洛杉矶暴动)得到丰厚奖励时,其成员认为没有理由保持理性。 它的成员不能再在内部同意生产比盗窃更好,它在盗窃的狂欢中瓦解。 每个读过这篇文章的人都经历了他们的一生。 战争无法拯救的信念是在二战之后,当死亡变成核攻击时,它既是超然的(总是存在的),也是不可言喻的(无法用语言表达的)和永恒的(军备竞赛没有结束的预期)。 就像上帝一样——强大,但你看不见也摸不着。 个人死亡仍然作为医疗状况或车祸存在,但对于绝大多数人来说,死亡并不是一个可以被击败的敌人施加在你身上的事情。 谁能打败拥有与死神相同属性的神? 如果不担心可能通过理性的共同行动避免敌人死亡,就没有理由使用理性的共同基础来联合力量。
    西方文明分崩离析。 见 Martin van Creveld, 不断变化的战争面孔, 2008 年,看到一个非常受人尊敬的战略家盲目地犯错,其他人也在这样做。 Creveld 不知道发生了什么事,尽管经验向我们揭示了这一点:西方公众不再相信战争可以挽救他们的生命,或者事实上任何事情都可以,并且已经失去了对死亡的恐惧和避免死亡的希望. 作为恐惧和希望终结的意外副产品,理性思维的共同点被封闭了。 [1]

    3. 这种对理性思维的拒绝只能与西方历史上其他重大的信仰变化相提并论:百年战争期间国家观念的出现,三十年战争期间上帝和永恒作为终极重要性的沉没,法国大革命/拿破仑战争期间世袭王权/贵族观念的终结。

    4. 信仰的重大变化通常发生在一场大型战争中,一场战争的开始是因为旧的信仰不再适合现实以维持人们的生命。 像现在。 到目前为止,战争已经结束,同意接受一种在战前没人会接受的新信念。

    机构

    问:我会接受什么样的社会?

    答:我的家人在现行制度下遭受了严重的伤亡。 每代人伤亡 75%,死亡率为 50%,受伤率为 25%,这是我们这一代人的标准。 对于下一代来说,大约有2/3的伤亡,都是受伤的。 这些是上学的孩子,大部分都很聪明,性格都很好,包括(两代人的总数)三个国家优秀半决赛选手,两个工程/科学领域的博士,并且没有比咖啡因更强的药物使用。 据我所知,这些伤亡数字对美国来说并不少见。 现在,我会接受可以将这些伤亡率降低到零左右的任何系统。 我认为大多数人都会这样做。

    Q:下一个系统有什么限制?

    • 没有大城市。 大城市已经过时,并将继续如此。
    • 某种形式的分布式制造。
    • 保留计算机网络,但具有安全架构和分布式信任。
    • 突入顺月空间,可能是月球电源(氦3,可能是克里斯韦尔站)。 如果冲突涉及在低地球轨道上产生失控的碎片级联,则不会发生。
    • 回到某种核能。
    • 由城市崩溃的经历引起的单一民族社区(这实际上是在预测过去。今天的每个民族社区都要求与其他民族社区隔离。除异民族社区之间外,信任度低。
    • 可能的土壤/生态复垦工作。
    • 提高对死亡的认识。 廉价的世界末日武器和分布式社会的结合意味着需要不断努力寻找并击败上述武器。
    • 可能是高度专业化的军队、非常小的、可观的火力、非常大的情报机构、分布式信任网络保持在范围内的广泛监控。
    • 工程/科学中至少有一张“通配符”。

    1] See R. Pirsig, _Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance_, H. S. Thompson, _Hells Angels_, J. Kerouac, _On the Road_, for 1950 – 1970s attempts to find something to replace rational thought, something that would also be compatible with a God-like death. Leary and the LSD craze were another attempt to do the same thing – see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Electric_Kool-Aid_Acid_Test. See also “Flagellant”, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flagellant , another self-destructive sect that flourished when Death seemed to be God.

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