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所以,GloboCap-Resistance 明尼阿波利斯政变 似乎没有完全按计划进行。 特朗普再一次未能完全成为希特勒,尽管他们尽了最大努力促使他这样做。 然而,他们给了它一个很好的机会。 这或多或少是教科书式的政权更迭行动,或“颜色革命”,或任何你称之为的东西。 所有基本部件都已到位。 他们需要特朗普做的就是宣布自己是独裁者并实施戒严令,这样将军们就可以介入并将他免职。

对抵抗运动来说不幸的是,特朗普没有这样做。 相反,他做了他通常做的事情,那就是 把自己搞得一团糟 在国际电视上。 哪个……好吧,令人畏惧,但并没有为 GloboCap 团伙提供他们需要的借口,让他们将他带出椭圆形办公室。 不用说,这令人难以置信的沮丧。 经过四年的宣传前戏,我们终于到了真相的那一刻,阿道夫失去了勃起。

这家伙是有史以来最糟糕的希特勒。

尽管如此,就政权更迭行动而言,鉴于这是一项国内行动,比通常的外国版本更棘手,我会给抵抗运动 B+ 的努力。

现在,在我的“阴谋论者”读者对我在这个专栏中的去向感到太兴奋之前……不,这不是一场“假”的起义。 在它的中心发生了一场真正的起义。 每次政权更迭行动的中心总是有一场真正的起义,或者至少是 GloboCap 最近一直在执行和尝试的类型。 突尼斯、利比亚、埃及、叙利亚、乌克兰、玻利维亚、委内瑞拉; 这些事情几乎都是数字。

这是它如何工作的快速分解。

首先,你需要你的内乱、大规模抗议、暴动、抢劫、滥杀滥伤等等。 任何数量的“触发事件”都足以实现这一目标。 一旦它是,你可以成长它并专注于它。 很多这种骚乱需要是真实的,所以最好进行一场压倒性的多年宣传活动,将你的目标合法化和妖魔化为某种叛国的希特勒怪物,他们应对该国的每一个重大问题负责。 那样的话,不管是哪个触发事件让事情顺利进行,都是他的错。

你会希望当地政府官员允许这种内乱持续下去,直到暴乱者和抢劫者在城市中心肆虐,袭击高端企业连锁店和当地的夫妻型企业, 和 粗暴地攻击 他们手无寸铁的业主。 这并不意味着这些地方官员必须约束或让他们的警察下台。 相反,你希望他们释放他们的警察,对抗议者、暴乱者和 电视记者 (如果可能的话,在他们的“现场”报告中),并且通常只是把每个人都打得落花流水。 目标是对你试图改变的政权产生尽可能多的仇恨,并迫使你指定的希特勒目标失去耐心和反应过度,所以你希望事情变得极其丑陋。

然后,你释放媒体的力量,让人们对你指定的希特勒大发雷霆。 你有你的“可敬”的专家发表文章,要求他下台。 你让军队(和前军队)开始大肆宣传你的希特勒如何失控并处于法西斯主义的边缘。 然后你等待你的希特勒反应过度并试图召集军队并实施某种形式的戒严令,此时你可以安全地罢免他,并假装民主赢得了胜利。

媒体在这里是必不可少的,因为你需要说服大多数公众(即不仅仅是抗议和骚乱的人)事情已经变得如此失控,而你想象中的希特勒已经变得如此危险,以至于军事政变是最好的解决方案。

您正在寻找的是这样的标题:

“我们在独裁统治上摇摇欲坠”—— 美国有线电视新闻网

“‘独裁者的话’:特朗普威胁部署军队引发了法西斯主义的幽灵”—— 守护者

“唐纳德特朗普正试图发动一场种族战争”—— 滚石

“立即移除特朗普”—— 石板

“特朗普总统任期结束。” — 守护者

“特朗普必须下台”—— “华盛顿邮报”

此外,当媒体在做他们的事情时,你想让情报界的任何前成员(或秘密警察)发表如下公开声明:

“在美国社会中,更不用说在我们的政府中,唐纳德·特朗普每天都表现出的堕落。 支持这种行为的内阁成员背叛了他们的就职誓言,支持日益绝望的暴君。” — 约翰·布伦南,前中央情报局局长

然后你把政客和军队带进来。这种语言通常会这样做:

“唐纳德·特朗普刚刚发表的法西斯主义演讲几乎是对美国公民宣战。 我今晚为我们的国家担心,并且不会停止捍卫美国免受特朗普的攻击。” — 罗恩·怀登参议员

“这不是总统的话。 它们是独裁者的话。” — 卡马拉·哈里斯参议员

“在过去三年里,军方对可疑的党派行动的容忍度与这些变得无法容忍的程度之间只有一线之隔,”一位退役将军说。 — 纽约时报

“我们必须拒绝并追究那些嘲笑我们宪法的在职人员......我们可以在没有[特朗普]的情况下团结起来,利用我们公民社会的内在优势。 正如过去几天所表明的那样,这并不容易,但我们欠我们的同胞; 献给为捍卫我们的承诺而流血的前几代人; 和我们的孩子。” — 詹姆斯“疯狗”马蒂斯将军,前国防部长

一旦将军们开始咆哮,你就会让媒体大肆宣传。 像这样的标题会引起人们的注意:

“将军起义”—— “华盛顿邮报”

“军官起义”—— 石板

“唐纳德特朗普总统正面临着来自前军方领导人和总统精英团队的前所未有的反抗......” - 美国有线电视新闻网

“美国总统扮演强人的愿望提出了美国将军、选民和盟友都必须回答的紧迫问题”—— 卫报编辑委员会

如果可以的话,如果你能鼓起勇气,那总是一个很好的接触……哦,让我们说 280名前国家安全官员 真正关心民主状况和“为政治目的滥用军队”的人,让他们自发地互相打电话,决定一起写一封信,指责你的希特勒“分裂美国人”,媒体可以然后广泛传播。

而且,当然,“受过教育的班级”需要像富兰克林·福尔(Franklin Foer)这样的官方宣传员(他打破了关于 不存在的“特朗普-俄罗斯服务器” 早在 2016 年,他因为 GloboCap 服务而获得奖励,并在 大西洋) 出来解释正在发生的事情是 教科书式的政权更迭行动 (因为你不必欺骗“受过教育的班级”,他们中的大多数人已经站在你这边了)。 或多或少是这样的:

“推特决定将特朗普的帖子贴上误导性标签是一个关键时刻……一旦推特将其规则应用于特朗普——并因其决定而获得赞誉——它无意中开创了一个先例……一个不合作的循环开始了。 地方政府是反对特朗普命令的下一个精英阶层。 在总统坚持让州长代表他“统治”街道后,他们坚决拒绝升级回应。 事实上,纽约和弗吉尼亚州拒绝了联邦要求将国民警卫队派往华盛顿特区的请求,甚至在弗吉尼亚州阿灵顿的郊区,也撤回了借来控制拉斐特广场人群的警察。 由于每一群精英都拒绝了特朗普,下一批精英就更难凭良心顺从了。 在夏普的分类法中,独裁者对权力的掌握完全取决于军队的忠诚度。 军队不合作,独裁者就完蛋了。”

正如我所说,它几乎完全符合书本。

经过四年的官方宣传,旨在让西方群众相信唐纳德特朗普确实是希特勒,GloboCap、自由抵抗运动和企业媒体都竭尽全力利用真实的抗议和骚乱,这些抗议和骚乱经常发生在手无寸铁的黑人被谋杀之后警察的人,并用它来将他免职。 这将是一场壮观的宣泄,一个恰如其分的高潮 民粹主义战争,但特朗普拒绝发挥他的作用......所以,好吧,也许他不像我想象的那么愚蠢,或者至少不是完全自杀。

无论如何,这对 GloboCap 来说仍然是一个巨大的胜利。 强行将特朗普免职是,而且一直是,肉汁。 民粹主义战争的主要目标是使他以及所有投票给他的人(以及杰里米科尔宾,甚至伯尼桑德斯,以及所有投票给他们的人)都失去合法性和妖魔化。 毕竟,特朗普只是一个象征。 GloboCap 决心粉碎的是对全球资本主义(以及它的笑脸、快乐、无价值的价值观及其后意识形态意识形态)的不满,这样他们就可以回到重组整个中东以及其他任何地方的未竟事业。不打球,瓦解国家主权,把世界变成一个大市场,没有法西斯分子,没有邪恶的俄罗斯人,没有宗教极端分子,没有种族主义雕像,没有攻击性的电影、书籍或艺术品,不再有未经授权的屁股小丑总统,每个人都将被植入他们的数字健康证书进行“接触追踪”,孩子们将站在他们的“社交距离”小盒子和圆圈内,唱着歌 可乐 通过他们在学校的防病毒面具的主题曲......

抱歉……我有点偏离了轨道。 我忘记了这完全是关于种族主义和警察暴行,仅此而已。 从现在开始,我会尽量坚持剧本,但考虑到我的“特权”,这可能会很困难。 也许,如果我 把自己裹在肯特布里,当众跪下,这可能会帮助我理清思路。 或者,我不知道。 你怎么看?

CJ Hopkins是一位屡获殊荣的美国编剧,小说家和政治讽刺作家,总部设在柏林。 他的剧本由Bloomsbury Publishing和Broadway Play Publishing,Inc.发行。他的反乌托邦小说, 23区,由Snoggsworthy,Swaine&Cormorant出版。 他的第一卷 同意工厂论文 由Amalgamated Content,Inc.的全资子公司Consent Factory Publishing出版。可以通过以下方式与他联系: cjhopkins.com网站 or acceptantfactory.org.

 
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  1. Biff 说:

    That was a brilliant last two paragraphs.

    请再加一口!

  2. The main goal of the War on Populism is to delegitimize and demonize him, and everyone who voted for him (and Jeremy Corbyn, and even Bernie Sanders, and everyone who voted for them

    Oh please. Bernie Bros were at the center of this insurrection. Is it mere coincidence that they acted out only weeks after their hero was officially eliminated from the race? Some of them even 许诺 last winter that this was the game plan, as exposed by Project Veritas. They’re on video predicting major riots if he doesn’t win!

    And let’s stop pretending that they represent some populist movement. They’re communists, and a big proportion of them are only in Bernie’s corner for selfish, venal reasons — he will eliminate their student loan debt. Or would, if he ever got near the Oval Office. If someone promised to wipe away $100,000 of my debt I’d probably throw my toys out of the bassinet too if they didn’t win.

    • 同意: Z-man
  3. A123 说:

    No matter, it’s still a big win for GloboCap. Forcibly removing Trump from office is, and has always been, gravy. … . Trump is just a symbol, after all. It’s the dissatisfaction with global capitalism (and its smiley, happy, valueless values, and its post-ideological ideology) that GloboCap is determined to crush,

    Except it is actually the reverse. A big loss for the SJW Globalist DNC.

    The fast poll numbers are not toward looking. In a few weeks that media machine will move on to something else. 黑人选民 will have to live with the failure of Blue City Mayors and Blue State governors. Burnt out stores and closed employers.

    The disband the police cry has already caused a major employer to jettison Minneapolis.

    St. Louis refused to jail criminals thus maximizing the risk to 黑人选民 and their property.

    Hopefully the end of the SJW Globalist DNC is here. They created racial hate to build their power. They lost control of the hate, and they are now powerless.

    No one believes their media shills anymore. Look at the string of headlines the author provided. Every one of those stories was ignored or treated as comedy by voters. It was a leading indicator of SJW dysfunction when Comedy Central’s 每日秀 became their #1 news source. Even the SJW’s themselves at some internal level no longer believe in SJW Globalist dogma.

    和平😷

    • 回复: @Reg Cæsar
    , @obwandiyag
  4. Bro43rd 说:

    One of the best authors on UR, keep up the good work Mr Hopkins! As civil society degrades at least we can have a good laugh with your material, TY.

  5. So the ZOG fascists are continuing to cast Trump as Hitler, and continuing to project their own guilt onto their political enemies. The infiltrated and co-opted American establishment are ZOG fascists, and left-wing useful idiots don’t even see it. This is how the ZOG fascists hijacked Russia under Bolshevism, as well.

    The Russian “anti-Semite” Aleksander Solzhenitsyn who was once a Marxist true believer has a great quote that applies to all the left-wing useful idiots today:

    “以及后来我们如何在营地里焚烧,想着:如果每个安全特工晚上去外面逮捕他时,不确定他是否会活着回来并不得不向他道别,那会是什么样子?他的家庭? 又或者,例如在大规模逮捕期间,例如在列宁格勒,当他们逮捕整个城市的四分之一时,人们不仅只是坐在他们的巢穴中,就在楼下门的每一声砰砰声和步伐迈入的每一步中都感到恐惧。楼梯,但知道他们没什么可失去的,大胆地在楼下大厅设了伏击,用手指,锤子,扑克或手头上的其他物品伏击了六个人?……器官很快就会遭受痛苦缺少人员和运输,尽管斯大林十分渴求,但被诅咒的机器将停顿下来! 如果……如果……我们对自由的热爱不够。 甚至更多–我们对实际情况一无所知……。 我们纯粹和简单地应得之后发生的一切。”

    Until the sheep realize that ZOG is a fascist entity, the wolves will continue to enslave them. And then they’ll sit around in their concentration camps grinding their teeth about what fools and cowards they were. But if one could magically transport them back in time, knowing what they know now, they STILL wouldn’t act against ZOG — just as Palestinians wouldn’t act against the Zionists invading their shores in pre-’48, and are today sitting around their Gaza concentration camp grinding their teeth, and have been for the last 70 years.

    Such is the nature of the sheep, who truly need a violent, Moses-like shepherd who will deal with the biological entity ZOG in the only terms that ZOG can understand.

    But then ZOG will go into its “persecuted” shtick, alluded to by Hopkins in the article above.

    Alternately, the entitled “Chosen,” then the downtrodden “Persecuted” — the ZOG modus operandi.

    • 回复: @Curmudgeon
    , @Uomiem
    , @schrub
  6. follyofwar 说:
    @Bragadocious

    I so agree. Antifa surely was all in for Bernie, only to find out he didn’t have guts. They should have learned that the first time.

    • 回复: @Twodees Partain
  7. Cyrano 说:

    What led to this current division in America is the wrong choice which the electorate made in the last election.

    Obviously they elected the wrong candidate (opposite to the wishes of the deep state) – and caused them tremendous pain and suffering,

    There is a simple way to fix the US electoral system. Let’s face it, the Americans have been spoiled for far too long with multitude of choices (2, sometimes 3). It’s easy to see how someone can get confused with such a myriad of choices.

    Why not simplify the process? In the next election field only 1 candidate – a real deep state darling, and let see if the Americans can manage to elect a wrong candidate out of a choice of 1. Stop giving them so many options.

    • 哈哈: Twodees Partain
    • 回复: @Nuzhat
  8. 将其视为苏莱曼尼的复仇。

    Lowlife Orange Man 杀了他,他的粉丝们欢呼起来。

    他们为犹太力量做了这一切,但犹太力量却惹恼了橙人。

    安息吧苏莱曼尼。

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  9. Curmudgeon 说:
    @Chris Moore

    ZOG is a fascist entity,

    你大错特错了。
    Fascists actually improved the lives of working people. They nationalized banks, and stopped usury. They implemented universal health care. If it were fascist, there would be full employment and little or no immigration.
    The ZOG is purely in service to the moneyed interests who control the financial system. Not all wealthy people, but those who swear allegiance to a foreign entity.

    • 回复: @Chris Moore
    , @Anonymous
    , @Ace
  10. Thomasina 说:
    @Bragadocious

    Some economist I read said that the “average” student debt is approximately $10,000.00. Of course, there are many who owe a whole lot more, but will have the means to pay it off eventually.

    Most are definitely not carrying $100,000.00 in debt.

  11. @Curmudgeon

    Fascists actually improved the lives of working people. They nationalized banks, and stopped usury. They implemented universal health care. If it were fascist, there would be full employment and little or no immigration.

    You’ve described Israel, in part. Israel is a quasi-fascist crime state.
    https://www.timesofisrael.com/is-israel-becoming-a-mafia-state/

    So maybe ZOG is a grifter-fascist entity — state socialism (guaranteed profits) for the “chosen”-connected bankers and industries, for the propaganda class (MSM), for the political class… with a vast welfare state, bought with table scraps and bitter, their rage directed at the ever-shrinking middle class and the deplorables, who are expected to play be free enterprise rules. And the MSM and political class make sure that the “racist” middle class and Christians are scapegoated.

    My point is the country is being run of, for and by a Zionist syndicate, with its lodestar being quasi-fascist Israel. And they pull inside jobs like 9/11 when they want an excuse for geopolitical theft and mass murder in Israel’s neighborhood, and an excuse to set up a domestic police state in the U.S.

    • 回复: @Commentator Mike
  12. My personal preference would be to see Trump crack down hard. But as you put it, he’s the worst literal Hitler ever. Couldn’t even have the looters shot with rubber bullets.

    • 回复: @Mr McKenna
  13. @Thomasina

    Some economist I read said that the “average” student debt is approximately $10,000.00.

    Whoever that ‘some economist’ was, it sounds like they were mixing numbers as required.

    The average student debt was $31,172 in 2019 (‘average’ being the total debt owed, divided by the number of individuals with student debt); this was at the end of a decade in which total student debt doubled.

    Like all wealth/income quantities, student debt balances will be distributed approximately lognormally, so the mode will be less than the median, which in turn will be less than the mean (i.e., the average).

    In fact the distribution is much more skewed than income: while ~33% of incomes are above average, only 25% of student debt balances are above the average.

    They might have been talking about the 中位数, or perhaps was including graduates with zero balances. Apparently ⅔ of millennials have zero college debt – either they accumulated small balances that they’ve already paid off, or they somehow self-funded their tuition.

    The average is nowhere near $100k, though: according to the NY Fed, only about 3% of student loan balances are over $100k.

  14. I like your style, C.J. Hopkins, but no, this was not ALL about Trump. Also, I agree with Bragadocious that other than the black people out for destruction, free sneakers, and to get on a TV, the others involved are flat-out Communists. I see a close parallel to 1920s Germany here. That’s NOT to say anything about President Trump here, as you are right about the huge effort to take him down.

    Any Hitler remarks of mind would go more like, if you read about the Communists that planned to add Germany to their list of triumphs, after Russia (the BIG ONE), you see how a man like that could get very far in society. Perhaps we ought to think hard on how to avoid a repeat of that scenario, while still crushing the Commie bastards like the antifa-tards.

    That said, you write very well, with just a little bit of confusion on ideology. Oh, and no matter what the real cause of death will be determined to be, George Floyd was just another violent, worthless black man.

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    , @Tom
    , @Emslander
    , @anonymous
  15. haha 说:

    Bravo! Brilliant!! When do we get the next article?

  16. Exile 说:

    A much better piece than many of late from C.J. and a good description of the mechanics of Clown World color revolution.

    The only thing missing is what motivates this (((wealthy cosmopolitan elite))) that seems to have vested interests in the success of “GloboCap” and turmoil in the Middle East, Asia & South America alike.

  17. Rooster 3 说:

    Democratic city, with democratic mayor, democratic police chief, with democratic Anitifa, and Democratic BLM, destroy city… and blame Trump…. is there any other study needed to prove liberalism is a mental disease and TDS is real?

    • 回复: @Mr McKenna
    , @VinnyVette
  18. chris 说:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Sorry, I agree right up to the last sentence, if you were to say GF was ‘a’ violent black man, ok.

    • 回复: @Achmed E. Newman
  19. Pft 说:

    仍在玩深州以再次获得特朗普。 大声笑,那些陷入这些错误范式的人永远不会明白。 这场行动是关于那些上层的精英(穿着红色、蓝色或绿色)对抗我们其他人,迫使变革将我们带入一个全球技术官僚国家,牛群被锁在他们的国家围栏里。

    在他的书《马基雅维利关于现代领导力:为什么马基雅维利的铁律在今天和五个世纪前一样及时和重要》中,迈克尔·莱丁宣称:“变革——首先是暴力变革——是人类历史的本质。”“全面战争,”说Ledeen,“不仅摧毁敌人的军队,而且把敌人的社会带到一个极其个人化的决定点,让他们愿意接受文化潮流的逆转。 保护平民的生命不能成为全面战争的首要任务……全面战争的目的是将你的意志永久地强加给另一个民族。”

    只是这一次全面战争不是在伊拉克进行,而是要回家了。

    从混沌中秩序。 要创建新订单,必须拆除旧订单。 特朗普是所谓的深州和民主党的特洛伊木马。 你为什么认为民主党要让疯狂的拜登反对他。 他们已经让他们的家伙进来了。 他在 3 年内为精英们所做的事情比以往任何一位总统都多。

    骚乱和反警察抗议的目的是什么? 创造问题 - 获得反应 - 提供解决方案。 解决方案将是私有化的警察部队。 115 亿每年花在警察身上。 精英拥有的公司希望采取这种行动。 也许埃里克·普林斯现在正在研究这个。 特朗普全部进入公私合作伙伴关系。 民主党也是。

    显然,特朗普允许并鼓励州长采取的违宪封锁措施帮助激发了人群的活力(没有工作或上学)。 每年有 1000 起警察被杀,其中 25% 是针对手无寸铁的人,所以被视频抓到只是时间问题(白人被杀的比黑人多,但黑人也很多)。 投入一些特工挑衅者,用以色列训练有素的军事警察过度武力让他们变得足够暴力,结果是可以预见的

    • 同意: bluedog, Harold Smith
    • 回复: @SolontoCroesus
    , @Ace
  20. DaveE 说:

    滑稽 piece, Mr. Hopkins – Thank you. I needed a laugh and this was the best one I’ve had in a long time.

    Shlomo is mighty nervous these days – the Assyrians (or whoever it was that week) are closing in and they’re out of slings.

  21. Reg Cæsar 说:
    @A123

    The disband the police cry has already caused a major employer to jettison Minneapolis.

    It was hardly “major”. The Target and Cub stores across the street employed more.

    But it could be the first drop of a tsunami.

  22. Ghali 说:

    It is very strange comparison indeed. Hitler was a cultured, intelligent and educated leader, characterised by a humbled nature. By contrast, Trump is an oafish, supremacist and self-aggrandising narcissist who is uneducated and lacks the intelligence of a human.

    • 回复: @Sulu
  23. padre 说:

    I think Trump is a bit confused, he is not sure, does he want to be Hitler or Mussolini!

  24. Nuncle 说:

    This article was ignorant on so many levels. Hitler did not go ‘full-Hitler’ because he did not need to – he came to power by democratic and constitutional means. The enemies of the Nationalist Socialist state were rounded up in a relatively orderly manner and order imposed in a matter of a week or so. This was because his measures had the support of the overwhelming majority of the German people. Even those who did not vote for him were pleased to see law and order restored. And most of the action was in one city (Berlin). If you weren’t in Berlin at the time, you wouldn’t have even noticed.

  25. Mr McKenna 说:
    @Fidelios Automata

    C.J. Hopkins:

    I’d give the Resistance a B+ for effort.

    Funny, we call ourselves the Resistance, and the Establishment and Deep State call themselves the Resistance. Will the real Resistance please stand up?

    The fake one can remain on its knees.

    • 哈哈: DaveE
  26. Mr McKenna 说:

    Trump demands Seattle officials ‘take back’ cop-free protest zone

    President Trump on Wednesday night demanded that Seattle officials “take back” what has become a cop-free protest space in the center of the city.

    Demonstrators have occupied the roughly six-block Capital Hill area dubbed the “Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone” or CHAZ.

    Inside the zone people congregate as free snacks are reportedly doled out at a “No-Cop Co-op” and films on racial justice are screened at night.

    Trump on Twitter slammed Washington Gov. Jay Inslee and Mayor Jenny Durkan for allowing the area to be handed over to protesters he described as “domestic terrorists.”

    He also warned that he would take action if they did not shut the demonstration down.

    IMHO this is a tactical error. Trump should let the Dems’ cities wreck themselves. They are so determined to do so–why not let them stew in their own juices? Let Minneapolis and Chicago close down their police departments. I’ll bet they don’t actually have the nerve, but if they do, why should Trump get in between them and their destiny?

    He won’t come out of it looking good. He’ll just make himself even more of a target than he is already. I’m sure it’s frustrating for him to see the disaster unfolding, but he shouldn’t get in the way of this train wreck.

    • 回复: @Mr McKenna
  27. Tom 说:

    Even real sharp guys like C.J. have to skip through hoops.
    He’s got to know those October Revolution Descendent J-Birds are behind this thing big-time.

  28. Tom 说:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Well said, but we are already in the Neo October Revolution. The only institution still not in the grip of Communism are local police departments. Once they are co-opted, it’s post October 1917 Russia all over again. Or as the chess players say ‘end game’.

    • 回复: @Achmed E. Newman
  29. In your formula for a colour revolution you forgot to mention unidentified snipers on the rooftops shooting at the rioting mobs. OK, they don’t always use them but where they have they have been effective at furthering the chaos that leads to regime change.

  30. @Chris Moore

    Israel is a quasi-fascist crime state.

    Lest we forget what Einstein had to say about this state, his letter to NYT below the tag

    http://wilsonweb.physics.harvard.edu/HUMANRIGHTS/Einstein_Letter_Warning_Of_Zionist_Facism_In_Israel.html

    [更多]

    致编辑的信
    “纽约时报”
    December 4, 1948

    TO THE EDITORS OF THE NEW YORK TIMES:

    在我们这个时代最令人不安的政治现象中,有一个新成立的以色列国出现了“自由党”(特纳特·黑赫鲁特),该政党的组织,方法,政治哲学和社会吸引力与纳粹和法西斯政党。 它是由前恐怖分子右翼沙文主义组织Irgun Zvai Leumi的成员组成,并由其追随。

    该党领导人梅纳赫姆·贝金(Menachem Begin)当前对美国的访问显然是在给美国人留下印象,以表示美国支持他的政党在即将到来的以色列大选中,并巩固与美国保守派犹太复国主义分子的政治联系。 几位享有民族声誉的美国人借了他们的名字来欢迎他的访问。 难以想象,全世界反对法西斯主义的人,如果正确地了解了贝金先生的政治记录和观点,就可以为他所代表的运动增添他们的名字和支持。

    Before irreparable damage is done by way of financial contributions, public manifestations in Begin’s behalf, and the creation in Palestine of the impression that a large segment of America supports Fascist elements in Israel, the American public must be informed as to the record and objectives of Mr. Begin and his movement. The public avowals of Begin’s party are no guide whatever to its actual character. Today they speak of freedom, democracy and anti-imperialism, whereas until recently they openly preached the doctrine of the Fascist state. It is in its actions that the terrorist party betrays its real character; from its past actions we can judge what it may be expected to do in the future.

    攻击阿拉伯村庄

    A shocking example was their behavior in the Arab village of Deir Yassin. This village, off the main roads and surrounded by Jewish lands, had taken no part in the war, and had even fought off Arab bands who wanted to use the village as their base. On April 9 (THE NEW YORK TIMES), terrorist bands attacked this peaceful village, which was not a military objective in the fighting, killed most of its inhabitants ? 240 men, women, and children – and kept a few of them alive to parade as captives through the streets of Jerusalem. Most of the Jewish community was horrified at the deed, and the Jewish Agency sent a telegram of apology to King Abdullah of Trans-Jordan. But the terrorists, far from being ashamed of their act, were proud of this massacre, publicized it widely, and invited all the foreign correspondents present in the country to view the heaped corpses and the general havoc at Deir Yassin. The Deir Yassin incident exemplifies the character and actions of the Freedom Party.

    Within the Jewish community they have preached an admixture of ultranationalism, religious mysticism, and racial superiority. Like other Fascist parties they have been used to break strikes, and have themselves pressed for the destruction of free trade unions. In their stead they have proposed corporate unions on the Italian Fascist model. During the last years of sporadic anti-British violence, the IZL and Stern groups inaugurated a reign of terror in the Palestine Jewish community. Teachers were beaten up for speaking against them, adults were shot for not letting their children join them. By gangster methods, beatings, window-smashing, and wide-spread robberies, the terrorists intimidated the population and exacted a heavy tribute.

    自由党人民没有参与巴勒斯坦的建设性成就。 他们没有开垦土地,没有建造定居点,只是从犹太人的防御活动中分心。 他们广为流传的移民努力是微小的,并且主要致力于引进法西斯同胞。

    看到的差异

    Begin和他的政党现在提出的大胆主张与他们过去在巴勒斯坦的表现记录之间的差异,没有任何普通政党的印记。 这是法西斯主义政党的明确印记,恐怖主义(反对犹太人,阿拉伯人和英国人)是法西斯主义政党的手段,而虚假陈述是手段,而“领导国”是目标。

    鉴于上述考虑,当务之急是要在这个国家知道关于贝金先生及其运动的真相。 更悲惨的是,美国犹太复国主义的最高领导人拒绝为反对Begin的努力进行运动,甚至拒绝向其本国选民展示从支持Begin到以色列的危险。

    因此,签字人采取这种方式公开地提出了一些有关Begin和他的政党的重要事实; 并敦促所有有关方面不要支持这一法西斯主义的最新表现。

    ISIDORE ABRAMOWITZ
    HANNAH ARENDT
    ABRAHAM BRICK
    RABBI JESSURUN CARDOZO
    阿尔伯特·爱因斯坦
    HERMAN EISEN, M.D.
    HAYIM FINEMAN
    M. GALLEN, M.D.
    H.H. HARRIS
    ZELIG S. HARRIS
    SIDNEY HOOK
    FRED KARUSH
    BRURIA KAUFMAN
    IRMA L. LINDHEIM
    NACHMAN MAISEL
    SEYMOUR MELMAN
    MYER D. MENDELSON
    M.D., HARRY M. OSLINSKY
    SAMUEL PITLICK
    FRITZ ROHRLICH
    LOUIS P. ROCKER
    RUTH SAGIS
    ITZHAK SANKOWSKY
    I.J. SHOENBERG
    SAMUEL SHUMAN
    M. SINGER
    IRMA WOLFE
    STEFAN WOLF.

    纽约,2 年 1948 月 XNUMX 日

  31. Anonymous[423]• 免责声明 说:
    @Curmudgeon

    Fascists actually improved the lives of working people. They nationalized banks, and stopped usury. They implemented universal health care. If it were fascist, there would be full employment and little or no immigration.

    Hitler had an early welfare state financed largely by confiscations from his enemies (typical Left, actually).First he squeezed the Jews, then he squeezed conquered countries, which were pretty much looted. See:
    https://www.spiegel.de/international/new-holocaust-book-new-theory-how-germans-fell-for-the-feel-good-fuehrer-a-347726.html
    The book is Götz Aly, _Hitler’s People’s State – Plunder, Race War, and the Nazi Welfare State_, 2008, ISBN-10: 0805087265; ISBN-13: 978-0805087260

    I’ve read Götz Aly’s book, and it is very well documented. What Aly says happened, apparently happened.

    In any case, the US adopted the measures you suggest right after WW II (and called it the “mixed economy”). “Lector, si monumentum requiris, circumspice.”

  32. Petermx 说:

    Maybe that is because Trump’s blood is only 50% German, the other 50% being British. That might also ex;plain why Trump lies frequently and murders Iranian leaders in cold blood. He’s very Churchillian.

    • 回复: @Chris Moore
    , @hillaire
  33. Herald 说:
    @Priss Factor

    将其视为苏莱曼尼的复仇。

    Lowlife Orange Man 杀了他,他的粉丝们欢呼起来。

    他们为犹太力量做了这一切,但犹太力量却惹恼了橙人。

    安息吧苏莱曼尼。

    Nothing too contentious there, simply laying out a few facts and of course, the more they piss on him, the more he grovels and tries to please. It’s always a win win for them.

  34. Anonymous[423]• 免责声明 说:
    @Anonymous

    Trump is following what Cassius Clay, later Muhammad Ali, described as “rope a dope”. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rope-a-dope
    In military terms, that’s called “trading territory for time”. In the article above, it’s called “being the worst Hitler ever”.
    Trump had decades of experience operating in NYC, a place notorious for bureaucracy and crime, organized and freelance. The result is that his opposition
    * has discredited its media arm,
    * half of its universities will (a) close and (b) no be missed, with the rest going lean on departments and staff,
    * All political entities hostile to Trump have severely frightened their inhabitants, severely reduced their tax base, promised to worsen conditions by abolishing police, thinly hiding that they have already run out of money, and looking like fools walking in circles chanting “We won the war!”.
    * The Federal bureaucracy has engaged in a criminal conspiracy, and the people who participated in that can now be charged for criminal acts, and the existing influence networks can be dismantled _within the clear intent of the criminal code_.
    * Trump’s opposition trying in public to corrupt elections by setting up massive vote fraud and visibly supporting street fighters.

    All in all, Trump’s opposition has weakened itself to an astonishing extent. Also obviously, this latest round of “old reliable” riots unmasked resources that would better have been saved until October or November, closer to the election. Revealed, they can be destroyed within the intent of existing law.

    Granted, the “rope a dope” strategy eventually failed long term, causing to brain injury. Trump is also running out of time/territory in which to practice his equivalent of rope-a-dope.
    However — if he’s reelected – he wins. As to successors should Trump win again, expect somebody like Flynn to be the next President because he’s qualified and can beat his chest and say “Behold! I have been wronged!”

    So expect even more desperate moves by Trump’s opposition. It’s now or never for them, use it or lose it.

    • 同意: VinnyVette
    • 回复: @Ace
  35. Anon[203]• 免责声明 说:

    C J,
    Thanks for helping me understand whats really happening and why. Great article!

    • 同意: Ace
  36. Anonymous[661]• 免责声明 说:

    Good article, Hopkins. I was indeed surprised (and glad) to see Trump resist the bait.

  37. geokat62 说:

    … no more unauthorized ass-clown presidents

    Trumpstein was 100% kosher-approved.

    • 不同意: Derer
    • 回复: @geokat62
    , @Derer
  38. @chris

    Well, thanks for the partial [Agree] then, Chris. Tell me, who was this guy worth something to, his kids that he hadn’t seen in years, society, including the woman whose gut he held a gun to, …?

    • 回复: @Adam Smith
    , @bluedog
    , @Anonymous
  39. Z-man 说:
    @Biff

    比夫 says; That was a brilliant last two paragraphs.

    I disagree. I think the first two or three paragraphs were hilarious and great.
    I’m a Trumpster and I say that Donald should shut up ‘每时每刻‘ for putting his foot in his mouth. I’m also dissapointed when he says one thing on Tuesday and his kikenvermin son in law or his posture perfect tw’i’t daughter make him take it back by Thursday. He is not being served well by his advisors including the top kikenvermin Steven Miller. Donny’s walk to the Church was cringeworthy.
    But it doesnt matter, as the writer observed. The opposition, the MSM/Deep State/Globohomo/Neocon/Corporate/PC Cabal is so transparent and obvious that even low IQ BLM supporters will have second thoughts of voting for Sleepy Joe Biden.
    Populism is here to stay because the alternative is … just look at Italy. The American Demo’krat party is pretty much in charge of the Italian goverment right now, ‘Shit lib’/PC/Globohomo/Deep State types and the right wing populists are gaining in the polls even with some of their dubious pro corporate policies.
    Trump 2020-24… and beyond*! Brahahaa!!!

    *My favorite scenario is that (after Trump is re-elected when Biden trips over his shoes and goes into senile shock and is replaced by thug faced Mario Cuomo’s son) aunt ‘Nan Pelosi, ‘Up-Chuck’ Schumer and chinless Mitch McConnell all meet with ‘tragic’ endings either separately or in unison (like a ‘kiln’ explosion at a congressional cook off) and Donald, under emergency powers, dissolves congress and smoothly runs America until Rand Paul is appointed President in 2026. But he has to send his weird Orthodox Jew son in law and his ditzy daughter packing back to ‘NY City One’, Mar Lago or 哪里. Bruuha!

  40. @Tom

    The institutions are indeed RUN by the Commies, Tom, but I don’t know if there is the amount of deep infestation of the institutions that Russia had in October of 1917. Perhaps it doesn’t matter what the regular people want, but I doubt the Russians of 1917 were as well armed as the Americans of 2020. I don’t know the answer.

    Speaking of the end game, though, Tom, I am not a chess player, but close to a serious chess player. The end game could be a lock for one side or the other, for for a draw, depending on how many of each piece is left on either side, but that’s all dependent on the winning (or drawing) party(s) doing it just right. Except for at the very top levels, I think we are dealing with sub-moron level individuals this time.

    • 回复: @Tom
  41. GazaPlanet 说:

    This notion that “the Generals” can remove Trump for calling in the military to suppress a riot is completely theatrical bullshit to make Trump look like he is “against” this government. Trump didn’t do anything because he works for the Jews who planned these riots. “Defund the police” is also theatrical nonsense that is not going to happen except in the sense that these local governments are going to go bankrupt eventually.

    ZOG needs Donald and white people to wage their wars, they need white people to support Zion Don the war-monger and they want to be able to pretend they were against it all along.

    Jared Kushner’s buddies probably have maps of all the places that were to be burned, they’re probably planning on shipping the blacks to spread chaos and carnage and destroy real estate values ALL OVER WHAT REMAINS OF WHITE AMERICA so as to make a killing on the burned out places they are going to buy for pennies on the dollar.

    • 同意: Uomiem
  42. Nodwink 说:
    @Bragadocious

    This Bernie Sanders?

    Bernie Sanders doesn’t agree with push to defund and abolish police departments, wants better training and pay

    What a hardcore anarcho-extremist!

  43. Hey CJ, as good as your article was, when you called the death of Floyd a ‘murder’, you have now aligned yourself with the very forces you seem to be railing against. Final grade: FAIL

    • 回复: @foolisholdman
    , @Ace
  44. mcohen 说:

    蠢特夫妇

    [更多]

    你有正确的愤怒
    我看你已经成年了
    你是一个炙手可热的键盘侠
    哦,恐怖,恐怖

    Twitter是你的战场
    你找到的那个标签是什么
    把它从排水沟里拉出来
    机枪推杆

    你整天都在发那些推文
    当悲痛的人出来玩
    但你最好小心
    这不是派对童子军

    会把你的玩具拿走
    那你会说什么
    Your freedom of speech
    Eaten like a peach

  45. Skip the Kente Cloth, lest you be accused of cultural appropriation.

  46. Z-man 说:
    @Thomasina

    My ‘princess’ of a daughter who hates me because of my political 倾向 has nevertheless saved me and herself thousands on ‘higher’ education. She decided to go to a ‘State’ school instead of a ‘private’ one. I quietly jumped for joy and wispered ‘whoopie!’ Because of big daddy her debt will be very little and my son after his US ‘world’ tour is back and in community college saving daddy even more, ahh… life is good.

  47. jadan 说:

    想知道 CJ Hopkins 可能是谁,所以我读了这篇文章。 他是认真的还是试图制作一些政治喜剧? 只要他取笑特朗普,他就认为他可以逃脱公布特朗普最喜欢的一个他们完全可以得到我的场景。 当你不得不从特朗普那里借用你的内容时,你真的触底了! 当您轻视正在发生的社会动荡时,您需要闭上愚蠢的嘴。 不会再对 CJ Hopkinds 感到好奇

  48. bluedog 说:
    @Bragadocious

    Ah yes where would we be without the communist we would have to dream up another boggy man, for after all the MIC and their hair brained puppets must have one to demonize as they pick the country clean.There’s no money for roads or bridges but always money for some super gun,there’s no money for railroads or high speed rail but always money for a trillion dollar duck that don’t fly,there’s no money to build new plants and factories because the 1% says they need the wealth from obscene profits made in some far off land, as they exploit the workers near and far. There’s no money to address poverty or the homeless camps but there’s always money for billion dollar ships,damn those communist anyway its all their fault if you don’t believe it just ask their puppets….

  49. bluedog 说:
    @Thomasina

    Now I noticed that you didn’t name the name of that economist because without a doubt he fails to exist.Now the cost of going to just a trade school is over $30,000 this I know for a fact as the grandson just went thru one,and that a two year course so what does a four or five year cost,maybe in some far off land it may be so but not in the good ole U.S.A. where EVERYTHING should make a profit, so said St, Ronnie Reagan as he destroyed the not for profit health care system….

  50. bluedog 说:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Ah yes and now you sit in judgement but your kind always do,I wonder what those who sit in judgement of you would have to say,probably not for tender ears…..

    • 回复: @Achmed E. Newman
  51. Keep the surplus population buzzing, no matter what. The streets are the playing grounds. Divert all attention from what matters.

    Trump has no policies, neither the visible political organs, the media, they are designed to keep them(excess populations since the death of agriculture and industry who had a need for man power), “busy”. The author assists, willingly or not in his attributed task to make sense of what is not, is meaningless. To keep them “busy”.

    All real policies are obscured. The matter of our times is how to erase complex infrastructure, established modes of the middle class included, and surplus hominims. Corona marks the U-turn, from post industrial con-Z-umerism short-sighted and short term profiteering, to confinement and ultimately obligatory compaction of the bulk of the world population because there is no alternative. The elites should invite sympathy since they are in dire straights. An immense task to accomplish and still preserve their privilege. What they are undertaking is tearing down the edifice of Babel that was menacing their dominance. A scarecrow task.

    The elites “wealth” is build upon a “cardboard” world, the rain can make their “hard” assets soggy anytime. Again we should have some understanding, and sympathy for our rulers, try to grasp some of their well-meant intentions, since explaining, they will not. Rectal extraction should be tought in what is left of higher education.

    He who builds on information in the public domain, and aspires to be a cliometrician, is pulling his own leg.

  52. Trump is NOT going anywhere and he will be reelected because the business of Israel isn’t finished just yet. Only the Donald, under the guise of a tough guy, can deliver what so many an ass-licker in the Whitehouse has so far failed to deliver… even the rambling fool Joe Biden won’t be able to ignore the protocols regarding the unfortunate Palestinians observed by most nations, notwithstanding a desire to wash their hands off of both, the Arabs and the Jews.

  53. anon[330]• 免责声明 说:

    Is there anything more grotesque and pathetic than the modern “West”? Controlled by Jewish parasites at the top while nigger-worship is the main cultural glue. It would be a much better world had the Soviet Union nuked this bitch back in the 1970s.

  54. 不再

    [更多]

    In the space in-between
    We declare sovereignty

    For if chaos cannot stand
    Neither can Souza’s band

    For duo parties no more
    You are a one-way store

    Power flows
    Power grows

    Everything on top
    Makes a local stop

    If you are mine
    你说
    Makes no difference
    你怎么玩

    But that’s where you are
    错误
    That’s where we are
    强大

    For we have seen through

    Invisible no more
    We may close your store

    For you will see
    Power does not flow
    无形中

    Stack the decks
    Give us more of the same
    Always your game

    Little twist here
    Little twist there
    Got news for you

    We’re not buying
    No more lying

  55. After much consideration about recent events, it seems to me that the country is having ANOTHER nervous breakdown. Of course, the whole planet is just one big asylum for the insane. Those of us who wish to go about our daily lives avoiding the violence and mayhem which erupt around us are awakening to the reality that this may not be possible for much longer. Perhaps it’s another outbreak of mass paranoia, or, possibly it may be a clarifying moment of reality ? Hard for me to determine being as I am after all, only one of the billions of inmates. But if I could, I’d have busted out of here a long time ago. As it is, I guess I will prepare for the worst as best I can, and keep a sharp eye out for the more violent sociopaths and psychopaths which populate the land, and infest “society” at EVERY level.

  56. Mefobills 说:
    @Anonymous

    There are a lot of myths about Nazi funding.

    The Reinhardt plan, and later Schacht used “labor certificates” in the form of Bills. Oeffa and Mefo Bills were a form of credit at first, and later when discounted they found new Reichsmarks.

    The New Reichsmarks were a from of debt free money, which was then taken up in taxes.

    This is why from 33 to 38 the tax roles almost tripled. There is no way that confiscating existing money from Jews will make tax roles increase 3X.

    Here is a link that dispels some of the mythology.

    https://nationalvanguard.org/2018/05/funding-a-movement-german-big-business-and-the-rise-of-hitler/

    NSDAP and Fascist Italy were both mixed economy types, where STATE CREDIT channeled into industry and the commons.

  57. Oh, I almost forgot…while the inmates are convulsing…the REAL PROFESSIONAL THIEVING continues…right before OUR eyes….

    https://wallstreetonparade.com

  58. @follyofwar

    True, no guts but he has a lotta chutzpa. He ran a fake primary campaign for the ’16 election and sold out, the he had the chutzpa to try to do it again for the ’20 campaign. It took some real brazenness to try getting paid twice for the same silly looking move.

  59. Mefobills 说:
    @Anonymous

    In any case, the US adopted the measures you suggest right after WW II (and called it the “mixed economy”). “Lector, si monumentum requiris, circumspice.”

    The “American System of Economy” was mixed economy, which ran mostly from 1868 to 1913. Prior to that it ran in Mass Bay, then Penn Colony, then under Washington and Adams.

    This form of mixed economy is also called Industrial Economy, where state credit channels into industry. The U.S. in the early years was a battle ground between finance capital and state capital.

    Frederick List took the American System to Germany, where it was later defeated in WW1 by Finance Capitalism out of London. The U.S. became finance capitalist and less “mixed economy” after 1913 progressive era acts. FDR briefly resurrected elements of mixed economy by spending into the commons and industry, but left in place Woodrow Wilson’s usurpation.

    And as an aside, just follow the Jew if you need to figure things out. Wilson was maneuvered to install finance capitalism into the U.S., especially by “British and Jewish” interests.

    NSDAP germany was probably the most evolved form of mixed industrial economy (American System).

    Mussolini nationalized the banks in 1926 because the bankers had been voting absentee stocks, thus swinging the markets, and taking unearned income for themselves.

    Right after WW2, U.S. adopted British/Jewish method more fully, which includes Atlantacism, Rim Theory and finance (wall street and london) controlling the world.

    • 回复: @Anonymous
  60. Tom 说:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    I appreciate your thoughtful response. Russia was a mess at the time and ripe for the jackals of the Gangster Terror State. In the animal kingdom, predators always prefer the weak and wounded. Frankfurt School Marxists fled ‘30s Germany only to set up shop in Columbia University and elsewhere spreading their malignant theories of egalitarianism over the next 80-plus years.

    The scary thing today is that USA electronic media (Z-World) propaganda machine is now the equivalent of several divisions of tanks and bombers, all to take down the majority. The masters of mass psychology were Bernays and Freud, both from the same tree as Marx, Bronstein and thousands of their extended kin who seem genetically programmed toward Marxism. In the USA soft terrorism such as PC, has now given way to physical terror. Black trash and Antifa serve as the Neo Street Bolsheviks (ideology not necessary) of the Media/Corporatist leviathan, who desire a Marxist world culture. Whites, being such a tiny and disposable segment of the world population, are the natural oppressor class. The entrepreneurial brilliance they created will be sucked into the Marxist Corporate Monopoly vacuum cleaner. The West will be one giant grotesque Abstract Expressionist painting (yet another example of handiwork by those lying 2-facers of Western Culture). Satan is loose and the lie is his weapon of destruction.

    • 回复: @Achmed E. Newman
  61. @Thomasina

    True, but the ones carrying $100k would surely love to vote for Bernie. That’s the point, after all.

  62. Observator 说:

    Some crummy Hitler. The bum hasn’t even annexed the Sudetenland or got back the Polish Corridor yet.

    Trump was a big fish in the crooked world of New York real estate development, but now he’s swimming with the Great White Sharks at the very top of the imperial power structure, and doing a piss-poor job of it too. He does have the tenacity of a New York cockroach though, just can’t get rid of the nasty jerk.

  63. Emslander 说:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    I thought for a while that we were like Germany in the twenties, but we’re not. We haven’t been defeated and then humiliated in war, yet. Our religious leaders no longer care about personal morality, only communal morality. We don’t have a populous that even cares about what’s going on. The Boomers living in the Villages think everything is hunky dory and enjoy NBC’s pap news programs that reassure them that all is perfectly fine. You mention $26T in national debt, increasing soon to $30T, and they laugh at you.

    We have a lot of pain still to go through before a leader arises and, I’m afraid, Hitler is gone.

  64. anon[210]• 免责声明 说:

    After four long years of propaganda foreplay, there we were, finally at the moment of truth, and Adolf goes and loses his erection.

    Biggest laugh I’ve had in months!

  65. TG 说:

    Ha! Very amusing post.

    “Mr. Trump, my father fought Hitler, he knew Hitler, and you’re no Hitler!”

    They just don’t make fascists like they used to.

    But at least this little Hitler circus (“Hitlerzirkus” – gotta love those compound German words) will prevent us from noticing how the oligarchs are looting the country and driving the working class of all races into poverty, because noticing little things like that is clearly racist and an expression of white privilege.

  66. I’m all over the map when it comes to Trump. Honestly don’t know what to think. What I have come to realize he is one man with the entire bureaucratic aristocracy against him. No clue why except he ran on draining their swamp. Then I look at Kushner, and back to WTH is wrong with you Trump. Even with that, I have heard more talk about Jewish influence then ever before.

    Am curious, would it be Hitler like to build a wall around the new city-state of whatever was formerly know as Seattle? Naturally Trump acknowledges their independence first.

    • 回复: @Uomiem
  67. @Wally

    Wally worships Himmler and other Nazi butchers, but calls an Iranian savior of Syria a ‘butcher’.

    • 回复: @Wally
  68. @Petermx

    Maybe that is because Trump’s blood is only 50% German, the other 50% being British.

    The British half would also explain why he whored his daughter of to a Shylock.

    • 回复: @schnellandine
    , @Petermx
  69. neprof 说:
    @Thomasina

    The irony of the past six months is that Sanders proposals, which were criticized because of their cost, have been dwarfed by the spending of late. The deficit last month was $1 trillion…for one month!

    What was spent as a result covid shutdown could have wipe out all student debt, provided medicaid for people making up to 40K a year. In short, Sanders’ proposals were cheap to what was past w/o thought in just a few weeks.

    Too bad (at least for his supporters) Sanders is wimp and didn’t man-up to the DNC after the ’16 elections, endorsing HRC.

    If a Populist does emerge, he/she going to have to be a real tough cookie.

    • 回复: @MarkinLA
  70. There is only one reason this Commie Putsch failed. White men with guns.

    • 哈哈: bluedog
  71. @Chris Moore

    why he whored his daughter of to a Shylock

    Might it have been a simple case of linking her more strongly to her mother’s heritage, if not part of his?

    pre/post nose job:

    • 同意: TheTrumanShow
    • 回复: @aandrews
  72. Petermx 说:
    @Chris Moore

    True, and Churchill in particular was very close to Jews who paid him large amounts of money to attack Germany to the detriment of both countries and most of the world.

  73. ROTFL. What a time to be alive.

    • 回复: @Uomiem
    , @fish
  74. Uomiem 说:
    @Old and Grumpy

    I’m all over the map when it comes to Trump

    Sounds like cognitive dissonance. You know Trumpstien is a pos but you want to believe in him

    Hopuim Crisis

    What I have come to realize he is one man with the entire bureaucratic aristocracy against him

    Why didn’t the gop even attempt to keep him out of office?

    How is he even still alive?

    Why did the democrats vote to expand his war powers?

    Why are the only people in jail or house arrest Trumps allies?

    多一点。

    特朗普的神话

    Snap out of it man

  75. schrub 说:
    @Chris Moore

    引用:

    “So the “ZOG fascists are continuing to cast Trump as Hitler”

    这是矛盾的吗?

    Fascism? Communism? I am bit confused. Which is which?

    I spent a few minutes researching this and I think I found a good definition of communism. It came from one of the early to mid twentieth century’s more influential and revered religious figures, Rabbi Stephen Wise of Chicago. His definition was simple and concise:

    “Some call it communism, I call it Judaism”.

    Simple huh?

    These people are Bolsheviks (Bolshies) not Fascists. Don’t confuse the two.

    • 回复: @Harold Smith
    , @Chris Moore
  76. Uomiem 说:
    @Priss Factor

    A jogger was apprehended attempting to break into a home this morning…

  77. Mefobills 说:

    Tedore, in Hitler’s Revolution says this about court historians:

    https://newbooksinpolitics.com/political/hitler-s-revolution/

    It would be more useful for the authors of such legends (lies about Hitler) to question for example why, after the victorious Allies established democratic governments throughout Europe in 1919, this state form became practically extinct there in 20 years. Russia, Italy, Hungary, Poland, Lithuania, Austria, Germany, Greece, Spain, Slovakia, and soon thereafter France adopted authoritarian regimes. Several of these countries closed ranks with Germany. Hitler gave viable, popular political form

    to a growing anti-liberal tendency on the continent

    . Volunteers from over 30 nations enlisted to fight in the German armed forces during World War II. Only by the sword did the Western democracies and their Soviet ally bring them to heel. Surely the motives of such men merit investigation. Simply dismissing the leader who harnessed and directed these dynamic human resources as a demented megalomaniac is no explanation.

    ____________

    Populism today is anti-liberal which is why our finance and jewish oligarchy obsesses over Trump as if he was Hitler.

    Trump’s base is populist, but Trump is weak on authoritarianism, and butt-smoochios Zion.

  78. @Tom

    Thanks for the reply again, Tom. That was an excellent comment, especially that last paragraph and last sentence. Indeed the lies have been just so pernicious over the last few decades. They are the type of lies that take long to explain the falsehoods in, due to every premise involved being a lie itself.

    I think you are right that this war has been fought in the information world this time, and with a long massing of “troops” by the Communist side, while our side could/would not believe it was even going on the whole time. One could compare this to the Eastern Front of WWII also, as if the Germans had no idea that the USSR had massed their war machine for years before. So, Hitler struck first (and NO, I’m no fan of his – this is just about an analogy) Yet, none of our side has been striking at all against the left’s information war machine*.

    One could say that the American military was a shell and not at all ready for anything in 1940, but then flash forward to 1944 and look at the Willow Run Ford plant churning out an average of one Liberator bomber per hour! Could patriotic Americans come back from our position, or is it too late?

    .

    * There’s probably a long German word for that. Anyone? “InformationWehrMacht”, I guess?

  79. I never understand the laser focus some of the writers have on Trump or any politician.

    He doesn’t matter, non of them matters.

  80. Shaman911 说:

    The Jews put a Hollywood actor in power for a reason. This was planned years ago!

  81. @bluedog

    Those who sit in judgement could look up my arrest record on-line, perhaps my credit score (just —-, as I don’t use credit, 20 years and counting without owing any money to anyone), and note that I haven’t robbed anyone at gun point, and never stolen anything since some Star Trek guns as a kid, and bubble gum… etc.

    Nah, I probably shouldn’t categorically put George Floyd in the “worthless” bucket, as you are right that his final judgment is not for me anyway.

    However, fewer George Floyd’s and more of me would make a more stable, safe, and productive America. I’m pretty sure about that. You are making me think, Bluedog, so thank you for that.

    • 回复: @Sick of Orcs
  82. VinnyVette 说:

    You keep calling Trump an idiot Hopkins… But they can’t take him down. He must be doing something right.

  83. Robjil 说:

    Our faux free press is our real Press/ident.

    Who ever is voted in is a puppet.

    If the puppet goes against what the Press wants,

    then the Press works on ways to get rid of that puppet.

    Same old game since 12 23 1913.

  84. Wally 说:
    @Priss Factor

    – Except that your laughably alleged “Nazi butchers” did not do what you fantasize.
    And you have no proof they did. 就那么简单。

    – And per the information I posted and you ignored, I suggest that you debate the masses of Iranian people concerning Soleimani.

    Unz Review readers can see ranting Priss Factor further sliced & diced here:
    https://www.unz.com/?s=priss+factor&Action=Search&ptype=all&commentsearch=only&commenter=Wally

    那很简单。

    • 回复: @profnasty
  85. Marcali 说:

    希特勒对德国公民部署军队的时间和次数是多少?

  86. A week ago I posted a 1600 word comment exactly along these lines:

    https://www.unz.com/tsaker/the-systemic-collapse-of-the-us-society-has-begun/#comment-3945086

    But CJ only takes it to Step 4:

    Coup phases:
    1- Attack & Weaken Economy
    2- Create riots, chaos
    3- Neutralize local Sheriff & Police Forces
    4- Recruit Military Generals
    5- Bring back old faces & prop them up as coup leaders
    6- Takeover

    Next is the Obamas rising from the ashes over in Kalorama to usurp the throne and calm a fevered nation. Finally, full-tilt Venezuela and kiss yer ass goodbye.

  87. anonymous[263]• 免责声明 说:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Oh, and no matter what the real cause of death will be determined to be, George Floyd was just another violent, worthless black man.

    Whitevil scum like you will always find justification for the hateful ideology by which your diseased hearts throb, and the pestilential blood which courses through your veins.

    What really matters now is that the most evil entity on earth burns. That most evil entity, is what it is, because of gutter lowlifes like you.

    I pray that it burns to the ground. Fallujah comes to mind, but I will take whatever I can get.

    • 回复: @Wally
    , @Achmed E. Newman
    , @Derer
  88. @schrub

    Maybe Rabbi Harry Waton can help clear up the confusion:

    法西斯主义的胜利将是共产主义灵魂的胜利。 但是共产主义的灵魂是犹太教的灵魂。 因此,可以得出结论,就像在俄国革命中,共产主义的胜利就是犹太教的胜利一样,在法西斯主义的胜利中,犹太教也将取得胜利。”

    (沃顿,哈里。“犹太人纲领和所有反犹太人纲领的人类纲领。”纽约:阿斯托里亚出版社,1939年,第155页。印刷。)

  89. @schrub

    These people are Bolsheviks (Bolshies) not Fascists. Don’t confuse the two.

    Was the British Empire Bolshevik too? Because Hebrew moneybags ran that in its later stages as well.

    Marxism was just another (materialist) layer of the Great Game. Some useful idiots (Hebrew and otherwise) are true believers, but most know it’s just another angle of Mammon/Power worship, another power grab, and they’re acting out their part for their portion of filthy lucre, only now they’ll be cashing in via “Globalism.”

    You can’t serve both God and Mammon. Which do you think the sick and corrupt WASP empire serves? Why do you think the WASP empire was so easily taken over by the Zionist empire?

    Marxism and Mammonism are two sides of the same coin, and Fascism is baked into that same coin, as is Globalism.

    If Germany had stayed true to “anti-Semitic” Christendom/Western Civilization of history, it couldn’t have lost the war to the Synagogue of Satan/Nest of Vipers because they never would have attained the power they did anywhere in Germany.

    Same goes for Russia.

    If the West is to survive, it must return to the “anti-Semitic” fundamentals of the Christendom that forged it. Half measures won’t cut it.

    • 回复: @Mefobills
  90. MarkinLA 说:
    @neprof

    The last thing we need is wiping out student debt. Plenty of people get real degrees that makes it possible to pay the loans off. Many families sacrifice so their members don’t have huge debt loads. Instead we should subsidize people with worthless degrees – many of them part of this childish hysteria.

    • 同意: DaveE
  91. Mefobills 说:
    @Chris Moore

    Bolshies were funded into existence by finance capital.

    Jewish method is to use dialectic. Dialectic is no taught in publik skoooool, so the average westerner is easily duped by dialectic method.

    Fascism came into existence to fight against Bolshevism and its off-shoot, communism. It also came into existence to balance Capital vs Labor.

    Labor was a new category… a new class of people after the industrial revolution, and capital was abusing labor. Jews have always been attracted to capital, and are finance “international” capitalists. Claiming to be on the side of labor, is part of a dialectic.

    Below is a good definition of fascism, which is in alignment with HISTORICAL fascism. Both Mussolini’s Italy and NSDAP germany, were authoritarian fascist governments, where CAPITAL was below the polity. Corporations and Capital hidden string pullers were not allowed to rise up and control the affairs of state.

    http://immigration-globalization.blogspot.com/2011/09/what-is-fascism.html

    Fascism is a form of government & social system which authentically serves the interests of the people and nation as a whole. The word “Fascism” comes from the Italian word “fascio” meaning “the group” or more specifically, “in consideration of the group.” Fascism is rooted in the notion that people must stay true to two mental concepts throughout their lives: 1) the individual’s needs (themselves) and, 2) the group’s needs (their nation)… always evaluating how their individual actions affect the group. Thus Fascism rejects the self-centered “me me me” mentality so common under Capitalism. For example, in a Fascist nation each person is expected to maintain a healthy diet & lifestyle. For if not, they may become seriously ill and thus require expensive health care; this would negatively impact the group (i.e., they’d become a financial burden on the nation).

    Continuing this line of thought, under Fascism all people of one’s ethnicity are considered the greater family of that person. Hence, a Fascist nation is thought of as one giant family of several million people. Therefore, just as one must not do anything to hurt their brother or sister in their immediate family, under Fascism one must not do anything which would hurt the nation/group (i.e., the greater family). This is the essence of Fascism: individualism balanced with a strong consideration of the group.

    The U.S. is not fascist, it is corporatism, where money and an ((in-group)) along with other monied interests control the polity for selfish gain.

  92. “This guy is the worst literal Hitler ever.”

    ROTFL! That’s like saying “apples are the worst oranges ever.”

    “Forcibly removing Trump from office is, and has always been, gravy. The main goal of the War on Populism is to delegitimize and demonize him, and everyone who voted for him (and Jeremy Corbyn, and even Bernie Sanders, and everyone who voted for them).”

    废话多了。

    If the “establishment” didn’t want Trump in the white house, they would’ve run somebody more electable than Clinton against him in 2016.

    If the establishment didn’t want Trump in the white house, they wouldn’t have undermined Clinton’s campaign with a faux “investigation” into alleged email improprieties; nor would they have scared some disgruntled Sanders supporters into Trump’s camp by ordering their servant, Obama, to attack the Syrian army at Deir Ezzor in Sept. 2016.

    If the establishment didn’t want Trump in the white house, there would be some meaningful opposition to his actions and policies; e.g., there’d have been some serious political opposition to his withdrawal from the INF treaty.

    If the establishment didn’t want Trump in the white house, they would’ve included his various war crimes and other impeachable crimes among the impeachment charges against him and they would’ve removed him from office.

    If the establishment didn’t want Trump to stay in the white house, they would be running someone more electable than Biden against him in the 2020 election.

    Apparently the reason they want Trump in the white house is because he is so breathtakingly ignorant and stupid, so profoundly mentally ill and morally bankrupt that he can be manipulated into doing almost anything.

    “Trump is just a symbol, after all.”

    On the contrary, Trump is not just valuable to his “deep state” handlers, he is irreplaceable. His extreme value lies in his extreme manipulability. He is apparently willing to serve his handlers’ ultimata on the independent world and follow through, no matter the risks. Try getting a banal self-serving career political opportunist to risk it all for the extremists’ hopeless agenda.

    • 同意: Derer
    • 回复: @Wally
  93. Derer 说:

    Trump can blow away those miserable crying insects anytime. The difference is, he is supported by the silent majority in this country, while those miserable power grabbing “hyenas” expressing their self-serving interests. Brennan?…he should be in jail or a straight jacket.

  94. Fat Orange is the weakest president we ever had. He’s also the last White guy to be president, though like all good #gop, pretends Whiteness doesn’t exist.

    • 回复: @Derer
  95. @Mefobills

    Continuing this line of thought, under Fascism all people of one’s ethnicity are considered the greater family of that person. Hence, a Fascist nation is thought of as one giant family of several million people. Therefore, just as one must not do anything to hurt their brother or sister in their immediate family, under Fascism one must not do anything which would hurt the nation/group (i.e., the greater family). This is the essence of Fascism: individualism balanced with a strong consideration of the group.

    And there comes a time when members of that family WILL do something to hurt the family, out of greed or out of ambition or out of lust or out of misguidedness or out of grievance or out of orneriness or just because they are sociopaths or in some way stunted or warped…

    Under Christian civilization, these renegades would have been shunned, marginalized, sent to the back alleys to do their dirty deeds or sell their pornography or practice their Voodoo. In extreme cases, more extreme measures were called for, as when Moses brought out the long knives against the Hebrew hedonists and nihilists and stunted materialists.

    There will always be problematic people and groups, no matter what. The question is, how does a civilization deal with them?

    Christian civilization has a bias toward “turn the other cheek,” but when forced to, will get out the long knives.

    I believe we are at that point today. But Fascism will simply turn America into an Israel-like police state and global trouble maker.

    Remember, Hitler also played the “Chosen”/”Persecuted” shtick that the Zionists are experts at. I’m not saying a Fascist-like system shouldn’t be implemented in parts of Europe, just as I’m not calling for all-out war on Israel, but as the moral authority of the West, neither Zionism/Marxism nor Fascism would work.

    • 回复: @Mefobills
  96. @Achmed E. Newman

    Saint Carotid was hardly worthless, he employed police, jails, lawyers, judges, prisons and finally the funeral industry. To the State he ranked higher than lowly taxpayers.

    • 回复: @Achmed E. Newman
  97. Wally 说:
    @anonymous

    Thanks for proving what most already know.

    – You’re in denial of scumbag Floyd’s lengthy violent criminal record.

    – You’re in denial that there is absolutely no proof that his death was due to “racism”.

    – You’re in denial of the fact that it is Euro-whites who are the ones being subjected to “systemic racism”, as proven by black on white violent crime statistics and deaths of whites caused by police statistics.

    – Leave it to a low information Communist like yourself to label fighting back as “hateful ideology”.

    That “hateful ideology” must be why the US is the no.1 preferred destination of ‘immigrants’.

  98. Wally 说:
    @Harold Smith

    说过:
    “On the contrary, Trump is not just valuable to his “deep state” handlers, he is irreplaceable. ”

    – LOL. That must be why they so desperately want him out.

    – You’re making no sense.

    好消息:
    特朗普将在数周内恢复标志性的 MAGA 集会
    https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2020/06/08/trump-campaign-to-resume-iconic-maga-rallies-within-weeks/
    唐纳德·特朗普签署执行命令以遏制大技术的“不受控制的权力”
    https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2020/05/28/donald-trump-signs-exec-order-to-curb-big-techs-unchecked-power/
    特朗普签署行政命令,剥离社交媒体公司“责任盾”
    https://www.zerohedge.com/technology/white-house-plans-empower-fcc-regulate-american-social-media-giants

    • 回复: @A123
    , @Harold Smith
  99. @Sick of Orcs

    Ahaa, the old Broken Windows economic theory of the Keynesians – second time I fell for that this month!

  100. @anonymous

    Tell that to the woman George Floyd forced a gun to the stomach of, to rob, #263. I happen to be close to agreeing with you on that evil entity, the US Feral Government. However, I’m hoping we Americans are the ones to burn it to the ground, not racetards like yourself. Have your people even discovered fire yet?

  101. fish 说:
    @Priss Factor

    …….Justin Trudeaus Press Secretary and Chief of Staff had no explanation for Mr. Trudeaus inexplicable behavior.

    “It’s just something he enjoys doing……Blackface. We don’t know if it was a traumatic incident during childhood…..really we have no idea!”

    The Prime minister is expected to retain his office despite this horribly offensive habit.

    Now here’s Bob with the local weather.

  102. A123 说:
    @Wally

    The GOP is considering moving the GOP convention to Jacksonville, FL.

    If they can catch a break versus rain, Trump could make an outdoors acceptance speech with a crowd of 90,000+.

    和平😇

  103. Mefobills 说:
    @Chris Moore

    Remember, Hitler also played the “Chosen”/”Persecuted” shtick that the Zionists are experts at. I’m not saying a Fascist-like system shouldn’t be implemented in parts of Europe, just as I’m not calling for all-out war on Israel,

    Nobody in the West is calling for all out war on Israel, that is Jewish projection… the fear centers of their overactive amygdala. Of course if Jews keep pushing and destroying civilizations as they are wont to do, then their “fears” may come true.

    National Socialism was securing a CHRISTIAN Europe against Bolshevism. The entire Waffen SS movement was Europeans working together against godless Bolshies.

    269页 https://newbooksinpolitics.com/political/hitler-s-revolution/

    In Amsterdam, 50,000 people attended an anti-Communist rally in support of the German war effort. Regarding Scandinavia, the SD reported, “The German-Russian conflict has turned attitudes in Norway more favorably toward Germany. . . . There are countless volunteers for the SS Nordland regiment.” In Belgium, “Flemish nationalist circles are unconditionally on Germany’s side in the struggle against Bolshevism.”59 Eventually over 20,000 Flemish served in the Waffen SS, many joining to combat “the arch-enemy of Christian Europe” in the East.60 The Swiss journalist Armin Mohler wrote, “They came because they hoped for the German Reich to forge a unified Europe of free nations. They wanted neither a commissar state nor a society of everyone competing against one another. There was much idealism then, such as is really only possible among the young

    Trump is not fascist, and is not at all like Hitler, other than being a populist. Further, the U.S. is in the pocket of Zion,and is finance capitalist. The better historical analog for the U.S today is Weimar Germany before national socialism (fascism). The U.S. also has an internal Jew problem the same as Weimar.

    The internal enemy is to be feared more than the external.

    • 回复: @Chris Moore
  104. This is a push for a Communist Revolution. No more and no less.
    I:n 1917 Jacob Schiff financed the Bosheviks (Read: Jewish Communists) with 20$ million. Now it is Soros and his massive NGO network.
    Back then the Jews looted Russia AFTER they achieved power. Killing Christians became a norm. ‘Anti-Semitism’ was illegal and no synagogue was torched. Churches, priest, monks and monasteries were, however, all fair game.
    Now their is so much Jewish power that the looting has largely already taken place (started in September, 2019) and ConJob19 and rioting have served to prevent the masses from even thinking about that.
    This is an extremely well planned and well executed looting operation by Jewish finance (Wall st. investment banks and the big daddy Rothschild Federal Reserve private central bank), hidden from the masses by Jewish Propaganda (Sulzberger’s, Zucker and the rest of the Jew owned mass media) and supported by all the bought and paid for sell-out politicians, celebrities and other assorted vermin.
    The saddest part of this whole affair is the black community. The riots will split the community between those who understand they are being used and screwed and the moron faction which thinks getting free shoes is awesome and Wakanda is coming soon. If it wasn’t so sad it would be laughable. It must be hard to be part of a community represented by Al Sharpton type hustlers and race baiter. Then again, Middle America gets RINO’s who seem happy to take AIPAC money then sell their Bill of Rights away.
    Something needs to change. Kneeling is weakness. Kneeling isn’t going to help anyone.
    America needs leaders who stand for something. Perhaps it is time for America to lead and hopefully Washington, D.C. and the state legislators will follow.
    This has been the year of the HOAX: the COVID 19 hoax (necessary to hide the financial meltdown), Federal Reserve Hoax (caused by greedy Jewish thieves) and the Floyd Hoax (the video is an absolute hoax; see 加拿大法律网 for a detailed breakdown) absolutely required to divide and distract America.
    I firmly believe that there is a huge political backlash coming in November and, if attempts are made to rig the election, there will be more violence but coming from a different group with legitimate grievances.

    • 同意: anon8383892
    • 回复: @anon8383892
  105. @Pft

    啊啊啊!

    Ledeen on Machiavelli is a blasphemy, an obscenity, an outrage; the oft-repeated Jewish trick of debasing a European – Italian thinker to suit Jewish evilness.

    如果您想了解马基雅维利的毛里齐奥·维罗利(Maurizio Viroli),就可以了解王子和尼可罗这个人以及他对欧洲西方文明知识基础的巨大贡献。

  106. hillaire 说:
    @Petermx

    No such thing as British blood …you are showing your general American ignorance of other cultures old boy. Britain is an archipelago of which Great Britain is the largest island, no it’s not pretense to greatness. The closest to British blood would be the welsh, inhabitants of said island at the time of the Roman occupation,though according to myth descended from the trojans who alighted with Brutus.
    the Angles and Saxons from whom the majority of English descend, were well, Germans.
    the Scots…. picts and scandinavians, Churchil half jew through his mother jenny jerome, american socialite.

    • 回复: @Hibernian
    , @VinnyVette
  107. @Mefobills

    The internal enemy is to be feared more than the external.

    That internal enemy is a fifth column of Israel.

    Your solution is eye for an eye. My solution is Christian imposition of the rule of law on difficult, lawless, savage peoples, Hebrew desert raiders, and British-heritage pirates — if they want to dwell in the West.

    • 回复: @Mefobills
  108. @steinbergfeldwitzcohen

    Don’t go appealing to leadership from on high, unless it’s really heaven. Media stars and federal political kabuki drama is meaningless. The more they can suck people into that drama, the less empowered those people can be locally, which is the only place anyone can apply their real political power and sovereignty, directly. Everything else is animated by what is channeled up the chain. No one wants to take responsibility at ground level, they just appeal for a takeover by the good guys at the top, but how would they know if they’re actually good guys? Epistemological problem, only solved by having direct local sovereignty which is represented then at the state and federal levels. Nothing wrong with Wakanda, or the La Raza state, or the SJW state, or the WN state, or any of them. They got them all crammed in together like rats and the rats just want to kill each other. Just need some space. The “Union” implies differences to unite. Don’t fear the differences.

  109. @bluedog

    I could rebut all those points but why bother…I’ll just say look at the losers in Seattle to see communists in action. Never built anything, incapable of building anything, broken people whose only “goal” is to appropriate that which doesn’t belong to them.

  110. Derer 说:
    @Sick of Orcs

    What are you doing? It appears “only White guys are racists” is a big lie. Are you insane suggesting Trump is the weakest president. Why then sniveling Democrats are going berserk for 4 years.

  111. Hibernian 说:
    @hillaire

    Jenny Jerome was Jewish because…

    The Jeromes were rich.

    Dad was a financier.

    The name sounds Jewish (to some people.)

    There’s a street, Jerome Avenue, named after the family, in the 布朗克斯.

    In other words, she wasn’t.

  112. @Mefobills

    Profound historical and psychological insights unique to the experience of this reader which both 1) make compelling sense; and 2) fit right in with God Incarnate Jesus’ words beginning at John 8:44:

    Bolshies were funded into existence by finance capital.

    Jewish method is to use dialectic. Dialectic is no taught in publik skoooool, so the average westerner is easily duped by dialectic method.

    Fascism came into existence to fight against Bolshevism and its off-shoot, communism. It also came into existence to balance Capital vs Labor(*).

    Labor was a new category… a new class of people after the industrial revolution, and capital was abusing labor. Jews have always been attracted to capital, and are finance “international” capitalists. Claiming to be on the side of labor, is part of a dialectic.

    The truth always fits together.

    *Isn’t that sentence intending to say “It also came into existence to fortify Labor in the face of (((Finance Capitalist))) abuse?”

    • 同意: Mefobills
  113. Derer 说:
    @anonymous

    “Whitevil scum like you (Achmed Neman) will always find justification for the hateful ideology”

    Actually that “hateful ideology” is well reflected in your sentence. BTW be happy that “whitevil scum” give you some breadcrumb so that you go not hungry.

  114. @Wally

    “‘On the contrary, Trump is not just valuable to his “deep state” handlers, he is irreplaceable.’

    – LOL. That must be why they so desperately want him out.”

    That’s just a bare assertion.

    First, if “they” were so desperate to get rid of him, they’d get rid of him, wouldn’t they? They’d do things like run electable candidates against him. They’d do things like impeach and remove him for his impeachable war crimes. They’d do things like unleash the talking heads against him for withdrawing from the INF treaty and starting a nuclear arms race which will likely end in nuclear war, etc.

    They don’t seem to care at all that he’s leading us to planetary extinction by way of nuclear war, but they simply will not stand for his promotion of hydroxychloroquine to treat COVID-19? Surrounding Russia and China with intermediate range nuclear missiles is right as rain, but touting a drug that may save lives at a time when no other treatment is apparently available is a crime against humanity?

    https://thehill.com/homenews/state-watch/491295-ohio-lawmaker-says-shell-press-crimes-against-humanity-charge-against

    Doesn’t this kind of “opposition” seem a little ridiculous to you?

    Second, if “they” were so desperate to get rid of him, there’d be some hint of an actual reason for it (i.e. something other than they just don’t like his face), right? I’m still waiting to hear some cogent explanation as to why they’re so *desperate* to get rid of him when they seem to offer no meaningful political or legal opposition to any of his policies.

    “– You’re making no sense.”

    Well I’m not the one here making bare assertions; you are. I admit I could be wrong, but if you’re to convince me, you’ll have to propound some kind of an argument in support of your claims; hand-waving alone won’t suffice.

    • 回复: @Wally
    , @Authenticjazzman
  115. Derer 说:
    @Anonymous

    “I’ve read Götz Aly’s book, and it is very well documented.”

    You still do not know that all information about Hitler is falsified. Even his own Main Kampf subsequent additions are falsified to make him evil.Where were those “exceptionally smart” losers that he defeated in the arena of thoughts.

    • 回复: @Anonymous
  116. Mr McKenna 说:
    @Mr McKenna

    Tucker Carlson, whom I admire very much, has wondered how Seattle authorities have been ‘so weak’ as to let this happen.

    That is a good question, but now that it 具有 happened I believe that the state and federal authorities should leave them alone. If people are being raped and killed in CHAZ then the officials will have to get involved, of course, but otherwise they should be left to their own devices.

    https://spectator.us/defense-chaz-capitol-hill-autonomous-zone-seattle/

    Raping and killing are this guy’s exceptions. How on earth do we draw the line? One problem is our (taxpayers’) liability whenever the inevitable ‘bad things’ do happen in the CHAZ and/or other zones like it, which are bound to pop up. It’s a real dilemma, because while I really do want them to stew in their own juices–it’s the only way they’ll learn–we cannot disavow all responsibility if only for the reason given above: we’ll be soaked.

  117. Please give a break to Hitler. God bless his soul.

  118. Pianki 说:

    Trump is my choice in 2016 and this year. He does not take any Crap and he sticks to his promises. His campaign issues were dead on.

    • 回复: @schnellandine
  119. Mr McKenna 说:
    @Rooster 3

    Democratic city, with democratic mayor, democratic police chief, with democratic Anitifa, and Democratic BLM, destroy city… and blame Trump….

    Thank you. A quote worth saving, and remembering.

  120. Mr McKenna 说:
    @foolisholdman

    Do you really need explanations? First of all, no premeditation. Note that the guy who claimed they had bad blood between them from the club has now admitted he made it all up. Second, Floyd didn’t die until he was in the squad car. Third, near as can be determined (by the coroner) he died of a heart attack brought on by stress plus multiple chemical intoxication. Does that sound like murder to you? Is all of this new to you? Really?

    Leaving all of that aside, if you insist, do you really think Chauvin would pose for the camera if he thought the guy under his knee was dying? Really?

    A ‘witness’ is claiming that Floyd did not resist arrest despite that resistance clearly evident in video recordings.

    None of this excuses either man’s behavior. But seriously, really?

  121. @Pianki

    and he sticks to his promises

    Ha! He’s the most blowharding do-nothing president of my lifetime—a big-talking Twatter poseur/traitor. If he ever was genuine in intent, something got to him before the inauguration.

    His appointments suck.
    His sick devotion to Twatter bragging and lying sucks.
    His betrayal of those most in support of his supposed agenda sucks.

    He’s a disloyal nepotism junkie and Israel-first fraudster who reads aloud at a level somewhere below that of a proficient 2nd-grader. He promises the moon, then stabs supporters in the back. I hope he’s trounced in November; will be dancing in the street, assuming most of us aren’t in labor camps / graves.

    • 同意: Achmed E. Newman
  122. Incitatus 说:

    “So, the GloboCap-Resistance Minneapolis Putsch appears to have not gone exactly to plan. Once again, Trump failed to go full-Hitler, despite their best efforts to goad him into doing so.”

    “Putsch’? Looked more like four cops snuffing a shacked black man and resultant riots.

    “They gave it quite a good shot, however. It was more or less a textbook regime-change op, or “color revolution,” or whatever you call it. All the essential pieces were in place. All they needed Trump to do was declare himself dictator and impose martial law, so the generals could step in and remove him from office.”

    Really? Thank goodness Tiny-Hands, secure in his bunker, then photographed with daughter-supplied Bible, resisted. What a (bone-spur) man of courage!

    “No matter, it’s still a big win for GloboCap. Forcibly removing Trump from office is, and has always been, gravy. The main goal of the War on Populism is to delegitimize and demonize him, and everyone who voted for him.”

    Except Trump is a dime-a dozen media-narcissist-oligarch and no “putsch” is forthcoming.

    Other than that, great article.

  123. aandrews 说:

    “Maybe, if I wrapped myself in kente cloth and got down on my knees in public…What do you think?”

    Totally lame and unauthentic. The true example has been set by the twenty-something Jewish mayor of Minneapolis, “crying” his eyes out in front of the golden casket at George Floyd’s funeral. Anything short of that will be troubling and cause for concern.

  124. Wally 说:
    @Harold Smith

    Regardless of your TDS you simply cannot hide the fact that they want nothing more than to get rid of him, and they have offered numerous reasons, have made numerous failed attempts to do just that.

    – I remind you that the Deep State in NOT infallible. in fact they have proven that fact.
    – They tried ‘Russian collusion’.
    – They tried impeachment. Thanks for mentioning it.
    – They tried blaming the CV19 pandemic on him, even though he was the one who fought it.
    – They tried the hydroxychloroquine lie. Thanks for mentioning it.
    – They’re desperately organizing anti-Trump voting fraud.
    – Practically all “talking heads” are against him.
    – Many others didn’t like INF Treaty, so what?
    – What nuclear war is he threatening? Show us his “threat”.
    – Agreed, Hillary and Biden are idiots. It’s all the ‘Marxist – Democrats’ have. LOL

    The Complete Collusion Against Trump Timeline: https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/complete-collusion-against-trump-timeline
    The curious timeline for taking down Trump
    https://thehill.com/opinion/white-house/469504-the-curious-timeline-for-taking-down-trump
    Democrats fail AGAIN in scheme to remove Donald Trump from office: https://thehill.com/opinion/white-house/481816-democrats-fail-again-in-scheme-to-remove-donald-trump-from-office
    Dems last gasp to smear Trump: https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2019/nov/11/democrats-last-gasp-to-smear-trump/

    • 回复: @Harold Smith
  125. aandrews 说:
    @schnellandine

    Looks like the carpet doesn’t match the drapes, too.

    • 回复: @schnellandine
  126. Mefobills 说:
    @Chris Moore

    Your solution is eye for an eye. My solution is Christian imposition of the rule of law on difficult, lawless, savage peoples, Hebrew desert raiders, and British-heritage pirates — if they want to dwell in the West.

    My solution is two part, both of which are a “kindness.”

    1) Removal using the money system. I have outlined how to do that in my comment history.
    2) Use Justinian law to restrict remaining troublemakers from sensitive organs of our civilization. Namely: Politics, Government Jobs, School Teachers and Education, Money Counting or Money Creation.

    No way a liberal “democratic” type society has the “sack” to limit in-groups from doing damage, and to expel troublemakers.

    I don’t advocate eye for an eye, that is Jewish and Muslim base thinking.

    People have implanted false memories in their heads about fascism and national socialism is. Usually they cannot even define fascism if you ask them. It the Fascists that were aggressors bent on war.

  127. chinoche 说:

    The National Security State realizes that Trump is a racist liability. That’s why they are pushing Black Lives Matter as an instrument to show we in the United States are not racists. Confederate symbols are being torn down for the world public to observe. This is needed to fight the Hybrid War against China and continue the wars in the Middle East along with expansion of NATO eastward towards Russia.
    It’s similar to LBJ signing the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and escalating the racist war in IndoChina
    We will see if the same rallies will be organized in opposing US Imperialists Wars around the world.

  128. @aandrews

    I’ll leave that to you!

    Cor blimey, what a detestable robot she is.

  129. Fox 说:
    @Anonymous

    If it’s in the Spiegel (leftist German rag, licensed to be fit to be printed by the American occupational administration in Germany in 1946, preferred source of pre-chewed opinions by the virtue-signalling crowd having passed through university “education” in the FRG), and if it’s from G.Aly (a Hebrew), then it must be authoritative, mustn’t it?
    I think the commenter named Mefobills can tell a lot of how Germany’s liquididy came about after Hitler became Chancellor. It was certainly not by confiscating anyone’s assets.

  130. obwandiyag 说:
    @A123

    You are an idiot. You didn’t even get the article. Didn’t even comprehend it. You are just another one trying to move the conversation back, ever again, to niggerniggernigger all the way home.

    Thus, you are a troll. And I mean one who works for what Hopkins calls “Globocop.”

  131. @bluedog

    bluedog it’s very clear you’re just a big fat commie stooge. Stop trying to fake us out. It short-circuits our 40-watt bulbs. Play fair.

  132. @Wally

    “I remind you that the Deep State in NOT infallible. in fact they have proven that fact.”

    Did I suggest otherwise? No, so you don’t need to remind me. Of course they’re not infallible; they’re evil, and evil ultimately destroys itself.

    “– They tried ‘Russian collusion’.”

    It was political theater.

    “They tried impeachment. Thanks for mentioning it.”

    Thanks for thanking me, but the “impeachment” was only for show; it was political theater. Otherwise, his impeachable war crimes would’ve been included in the charges against him, for example.

    BTW if “they” are really out to “get him” why doesn’t he fight back by demanding an investigation into 9/11 for example? I’ll tell you why: because it’s all political theater.

    “– They tried blaming the CV19 pandemic on him, even though he was the one who fought it.”

    LOL! Well who else should get the blame for his prime time mishandling of it, the man in the moon?

    “– They tried the hydroxychloroquine lie. Thanks for mentioning it.”

    Thanks for thanking me, but it was political theater, just like everything else.

    “– They’re desperately organizing anti-Trump voting fraud.”

    Or so you desperately claim.

    “– Practically all “talking heads” are against him.”

    Well of course they are; why wouldn’t they be? The problem is that they ignore the worst things he does, e.g., committing heinous war crimes which risk WW3, killing Venezuelans and Iranians with sanctions, seizing Syrian oilfields, exiting nuclear treaties, needlessly provoking Russia and China at every opportunity, abandoning the doctrine of MAD, etc. He sets us up for an eventual nuclear showdown while they scream about hydroxychloroquine. And you pretend it’s real.

    “– Many others didn’t like INF Treaty, so what?”

    ROTFL! Seriously?

    “– What nuclear war is he threatening?”

    A nuclear war kind of nuclear war.

    “Show us his ‘threat.’”

    If observation and common sense reasoning are insufficient, what kind of evidence do you need to see?

  133. @Priss Factor

    安息吧苏莱曼尼。

    I’m glad you’re dead, Soleimani.

  134. Anonymous[944]• 免责声明 说:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    who was this guy worth something to

    GF was worth a considerable amount to the bureaucracies charged with handling him, and to the City governments in which these bureaucracies lie.

    Here’s a joke to use as a mnemonic:

    A High School class is taken to a Federal courthouse. They are impressed by the building, and are taken inside. They get a lecture on the Department of Justice, the various courts, the Federal and local enforcement agencies, the size of the prison population, and are then taken down to a trial in progress. The trial hasn’t started, and the students are impressed by the judge’s podium and the people standing by, with a prisoner, waiting for the judge. The teacher describes the total budget of the DoJ, and its importance to the Nation.
    Then the prisoner raises his handcuffed hands, and said “Yeah, but _I’m_ the guy who makes it all happen!”

    • 谢谢: schnellandine
  135. I’m basing my conclusion on Trump’s record (No wall, no curtailing immigration, etc.)

    I like the guy but don’t see real leadership coming from the WH. Trump and the Grand Ole Pissdrinkers had TWO YEARS to pass anything unopposed and did nothing.

    Craftier leftists long ago concluded Trump is a toothless shit-tweeter but still need to unite their kooks with sensational hatred.

    All is vanity anyway, friend. Demographic terrorism ensures even if Trump wins again. he’s the last White president. Be of good cheer! Buy arms. We were never going to vote our way out of this.

    • 同意: Achmed E. Newman
  136. Anonymous[944]• 免责声明 说:
    @Mefobills

    嗯,有几件事:

    First, the US economy was, back in the 1950s and 1960s, always referred to as a “mixed economy”. The Federal government set policy goals and constraints, industry complied with them. The “finance economy”, which we supposedly have now, didn’t come along until later. Even later, considering what happened to Enron and Arthur Anderson, which apparently didn’t follow policy guidance (perhaps were just used as fall guys / examples), the finance community wasn’t exactly dominating the Feds. I, personally, think that the “finance economy” is permitted by the Feds because it can be taxed, no other reason. Example: High speed trading is simple robbery, but it’s taxable robbery.

    Second, this is from the article you referenced:

    Nevertheless, I would classify its economics as fascist, since ultimately business, the economy, private property, and individual endeavor were all deemed subordinate to the dictates of the State, which supposedly embodied in mystical Rousseauian fashion the will of the people. Its economic posture therefore resembled that of the United States since the New Deal.

    That describes the Federal position on economics up until PC, which has apparently now become dominant outside of Trump’s influence (such as it is).

    Finally: Hitler did not finance his welfare economy entirely from Jewish people. However — he was always short of money for that welfare economy (this was behind the increased euthanasia decision), and he did confiscate all Jewish owned assets to the best of his ability. Not only did he confiscate them, but the usual routine was apparently to open a Jewish house, haul its contents out front, and auction them off on the spot. This minimized administrative costs and ensured that the public knew that the money had a Jewish source. The other methods you describe amount to fraudulent securities sales (since Germany would be unable to meet payment schedules). There is some speculation that Hitler’s territorial annexations and subsequent lootings were forced by this inability to meet payment schedules. These forms of financing reinforced Polish motives for the eventual Polish resistance to German demands, and helped swing US public opinion against Nazi Germany.

    The analogy with the USA now is that the USA is running out of resources, and using increasingly desperate means to get funding for urban areas (riots didn’t work, perhaps Autonomous Zones will free up some funds, or maybe get a Democrat elected President and the funds can simply be collected). This is a very dangerous situation, because the funds to be taken are not discretionary income for the people from whom they are being taken. The US industrial plant has depreciated and can no longer generate enough surplus to support the urban areas. The increase in deaths of despair among rural populations suggests that the inadequate amounts that urban areas are already taking more than can be sustained.

    As Hitler and later the USSR found out, closing the budget gap by confiscation isn’t a stable long term strategy. Now the USA is also finding that out.

  137. @Harold Smith

    ” They’d do things like run electable candidates against him”

    There are no “electable” candidates to be found within the ranks of the Democats, as they are all stupid, crazy freaks, and you yourself never fail to amaze with your idiotic BS.

    AJM “Mensa” qualified sine 1973, airborne trained US army vet, and pro Jazz artist.

    • 回复: @Harold Smith
  138. profnasty 说:
    @Wally

    Limp wristed pundits are still using the Great One’s name to describe evil. The one man who stood up to evil. And now ZOG has got US’ balls in a vice. Good.
    Watch NASCAR boys suck it. The NHL is on it’s knees. Oh, Canada….puleeze.//I predict a defacto loss for Trump’s traditional rhetorical ideals. ZOG will win, it always does. Try to find a Black man with clean feet. Pretty soon, you’ll be kissing them.

  139. Anonymous[944]• 免责声明 说:
    @Derer

    You still do not know that all information about Hitler is falsified.

    OK, I’ll play that silly game. If all information about Hitler is falsified, and your information is about Hitler, than your information is falsified.

    • 回复: @Derer
  140. @Anonymous

    “If you’re selling a solution, it pays to have a lot of problem.”

  141. Curle 说:
    @foolisholdman

    弗洛伊德体内的芬太尼含量足以导致心脏骤停。 与死因相关的尸检中提到了芬太尼。

    芬太尼引起视频中或记录中目击者的症状; 起泡、脚不稳、呼吸困难和心脏骤停。 如果车内的挣扎或进入车内的前奏涉及弗洛伊德通过摄入来处理证据,那么您将准确地记录在磁带上的事件并按照确切的顺序。

    NIOSH(职业安全与健康研究所)建议与芬太尼打交道的急救人员优先避免芬太尼的任何雾化,这很容易与该物质一起雾化。
    对他人呼吸是使化学物质气溶胶的一种方式。 应避免与化学品的皮肤接触(在弗洛伊德的手上)。 此外,在提及俄罗斯恐怖分子使用的芬太尼毒气袭击的建议中,急救人员被告知,支持心脏骤停患者可能会恶化结果(即使每个媒体医生都批评警察没有这样做)。

    Want to see for yourself? Look up NIOSH Work Group Report 2018 Fentanyl and First Responders.

  142. @Anonymous

    That’s right, the Nazi welfare state was funded in the usual way: OPM (other people’s money). Which is just great until, you know, their money runs out.

    • 回复: @Alexandros
  143. Alexandros 说:
    @Beefcake the Mighty

    This argument is so silly it is incredible anyone makes it. As if government of a State should be financed by the cabinet members taking part time jobs at 7/11.

    All States are financed by somebody elses money. There is nothing unsustainable with the concept of a welfare state as long as the population at large are hardworking and honest. That’s why it works in Scandinavia, and to a lesser degree in Western countries in general, but fails in lazy populations with a thieving mindset.

    And it is even more silly to compare Hitler’s welfare state to what we see in the West today. His government money did not go towards footing the bill for ghetto momma’s and deadbeats so they could keep producing more deadbeats and gangbangers. If you refused to work in Germany they put you in a labor camp. Programs such as the Winterhilfe were largely privately funded, and it was expected that the rich produce their fair share. Failure to do so would lead to social alienation and loss of government contracts. If you stashed your money abroad to avoid taxation you were liable for the death penalty. No loop holes for the German elite back then.

    The result was a financial powerhouse with a population backing their leader to the hilt. A State so solid it took a worldwide coalition to bring it down by force.

    • 同意: Fox
    • 回复: @Anonymous
  144. Anonymous[406]• 免责声明 说:
    @Alexandros

    It is funny how similar the Hitler fan-boys and Team China retards sound. (And yeah, I agree the Holohoax is just that, and that Germany was not primarily responsible for the war, but give me a goddamn break.)

    BtM

  145. wakeUpNow 说:

    paid agitators is *不是* a theory, man sheesh

  146. Ace 说:
    @Wally

    Your first four links report only general dissatisfaction in Iran with the Regime or are thin gruel indeed about the personal responsibility of Soleimani for any internal events. Reporting on his external activities is laughable and uses text that floated all the way from Haifa up the Potomac to the State Department.

    In one link, all there is about Soleimani comes from the mouth of an U/I dissident. The protests reported appear to be superficially focused on the downing of Flight PS752.

    Another link is to an MEK mouthpiece that I do not see as a credible source.

    Another is to an article about “nationwide protests that erupted in November over gasoline prices.”

    A few Christian expatriates who had a hard time in Iran have my sympathy but forgive me if I observe that one swallow does not a summer make. Nor do I think a couple of Christian converts provided persuasive evidence of what “the majority of Iranians” think.

    Breitbart quotes an earlier piece of theirs that is the usual smorgasbord of flapdoodle about Iran:

    Soleimani, a major general and the head of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) Quds Force, was responsible for Iran’s terrorist operations abroad, particularly against the United States. He was believed to have coordinated a significant number of human rights atrocities in Syria in defense of dictator Bashar al-Assad and was in charge of organizing terrorist activity in Lebanon, Iraq, Yemen, and Latin America, among other areas.

    He prioritized the use of roadside bombs to injure and kill American soldiers in battlefields like Iraq, where Iran largely controls the government in Baghdad and its proxy forces on the ground.

    Yes, yes. “Terrorist” operations abroad and, horrors, the use of mine warfare. I hate that any Americans lost their lives as a result of any IED (or manufactured ones) but we should not have sent them there in the first place and, more to the point, mine warfare is an acceptable part of warfare, just as US artillery, helicopter gunships, depleted uranium warheads, and the like are. Here’s the US Army text on it: 调频 20-32.

    Breitbart’s language that Soleimani “was believed to have coordinated a significant number of human rights atrocities in Syria in defense of dictator Bashar al-Assad” is positively cartoonish. The “dictator Assad” garbage is straight out of Pompeo’s and the FCO’s fevered imaginations.

    • 回复: @Wally
  147. Ace 说:
    @Curmudgeon

    Mussolini went after the mafia. That article may have appeared here at TUR.

  148. geokat62 说:
    @geokat62

    geokat62- Trumpstein was 100% kosher-approved.

    Derer – Disagree:

    Do me a favour and watch this video and tell me if you still disagree…

    TRUMPS JEWISH DONORS



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  149. Bolteric 说:

    Ironic that kneeling is the honorific sign of solidarity when the Minneapolis officer used it to subdue and snuff out the problem negro.

    • 回复: @Robjil
  150. Ace 说:
    @Anonymous

    Trump’s limited success at altering the balance of power is not due to any remarkable insight but simply from his being “not them.” He has a visceral patriotism but absolutely no insight into the essence of the initial great experiment. Compare his views on the stock market as an indicator of the health of the economy and his disdain for out-of-control spending, budgets as well as his pressure on Powell to drop rates into the basement and you then see that Trumpism is a mile wide and an inch deep. His businessman’s sense of who gets what out of any deal has served him well in his dealings with China and that has redounded to our benefit. I’ll give him that.

    However, at a time when the demographic changes have advanced far into the rear areas — and thus attacking vote fraud head on is vital — he has been a huge disappointment. (Ditto with regard to crucifying AntiFa, but that’s another story.) His “attacks” on illegal immigrants, support for more legal immigration and H-1B visas, and vote fraud have been feeble to nonexistent.

    I don’t know about your “trading space for time” idea. Trump has made little hay from the ongoing attempted coup d’etat aimed at him. Little beyond some pathetic Tweets for heaven’s sake, I suppose. He’s let some of his closest allies twist in the wind and he has essentially run out the clock on turning the tables on his enemies. I mean, the false FISA warrant applications were something begging to be acted on — a shooting-fish-in-a-barrel exercise — but the perjurers have been totally confident that the de facto statute of limitation will run in January 2021.

    • 回复: @Ace
  151. Ace 说:
    @Pft

    ** 25% against unarmed people **

    塔克对此做了一个片段。 有 10 名警察杀害了显然手无寸铁的黑人 IIRC。 您的 250 名手无寸铁的人的统计数据还差得很远。

  152. Ace 说:
    @Palerider1861

    All killings are homicides. Whether they are intentional, reckless, or justified is another issue. Not all killings are murder.

  153. Wally 说:
    @Anonymous

    说过:
    “I’ve read Götz Aly’s book, and it is very well documented. What Aly says happened, apparently happened.”

    –真的吗?

    – So what “documents” are shown which supposedly prove the absurdly impossible “holocaust”?

    – What “documents” are shown which supposedly prove that Germany “pretty much looted” other countries?

    我们在等。

    • 同意: Fox
  154. Wally 说:
    @Ace

    Here you go, Iranian women and free speech activists have had enough of the Iranan Soleimani types:

    伊朗警方逮捕29人参与头巾抗议活动: https://www.cnn.com/2018/02/02/middleeast/iran-arrests-29-women-after-hijab-protest-intl/index.html
    伊朗继续抗议,妇女积极参与: https://women.ncr-iran.org/2019/03/08/protests-iran-women-actively-participate/
    近期伊朗抗议活动中女性的重要性: https://iranintl.com/en/opinions/significance-women-recent-protests-iran
    政权官员确认在伊朗全国抗议活动中有1,500人丧生: https://irannewswire.org/regime-officials-confirm-1500-killed-in-irans-nationwide-protests/
    伊朗的抗议活动达到沸点,扩大了政权更迭的呼声: https://freebeacon.com/national-security/protests-iran-hit-boiling-point-amplifying-calls-regime-change/
    伊朗遭受酷刑,杀害示威者; 8,000名市民被捕: https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2018/jan/16/iran-tortures-kills-protesters-8000-citizens-arres/

    • 回复: @Ace
  155. Ace 说:
    @Wally

    You’ve still done nothing to shed any light on Soleimani. If all your new links purport to show is that “Soleimani types” are responsible for this or that in Iran you’ve got nothing.

    Who was this man Soleimani and why his “types” are reprehensible are questions you do not answer. The Breitbart article is pathetic, as I indicate.

    Soleimani was targeted because he

    (1) was effective in organizing resistance to the American occupation in Iraq,

    (2) was effective in helping the Syrians fight our precious ISIS and al Qaida proxies,

    (3) scared the Israelis because of his assistance to Hezbollah,

    (4) scared the Israelis because he threatened to interfere with their plan for Greater Israel, and

    (5) helped, no doubt, the Houtis in Yemen resist our and the Saudi aggressive war on Yemen.

    He was an effective military leader not the Mesopotamian Freddy Kruger.

    Considering your otherwise insightful commentary on (((other issues))), I am surprised by your staking out this particular position.

    • 回复: @Anonymous
  156. Anonymous[406]• 免责声明 说:
    @Ace

    It’s because Wally is probably some kind of agent provocateur. A Holohoax denier (he’s right about that one) who regurgitates the neocon line on Iran? Something’s not making sense there. A minimum, his non-stop spamming serves to work against revisionism by turning off open-minded observers.

    • 回复: @Ace
  157. Sulu 说:
    @Ghali

    Sorry but Hitler, though he must have been intelligent, left school at 15. He was the uneducated narcissist that thought he knew better than everyone around him. Nice try at historical misinformation though.

    苏鲁

    • 回复: @Alexandros
  158. Robjil 说:
    @Bolteric

    Pelosi worships only Israel and most Congress does too. This pose is very Israeli. The picture of Congress doing this Israeli pose, is a perfect picture of Congress Zombies worshiping Israel. Silence, don’t talk back, take in all the revelations from Zion MSM, no thinking or debating allowed for that it is a great sin and a crime to speak or question the Super Zion.

    https://www.veteranstoday.com/2020/06/12/israel-knee/

    So, I’d like to highlight some of the things that this USA Today article has left out, because I think it’s interesting that there’s a taboo against certain aspects of this story being told. I just mentioned the Israelis being at the forefront of training American police in terror tactics today. They trained many Twin Cities officers and may very well bear some of the responsibility for the death of George Floyd, since one of the things that they taught them was the knee on the neck thing which actually the Israelis developed in Palestine, in 2004-2005 or so. Then they started teaching it to American officers, and that’s how it got into the United States. But we never talk about that in the mainstream media or the universities. Anybody who brings it up here in the United States gets shot down by the immensely powerful Jewish Zionist lobby.

    • 回复: @Bolteric
  159. Alexandros 说:
    @Sulu

    Education is the facilitation of knowledge, skills and learning. Hitler was one of the most well read and experienced men in all of history. His capacity and breadth of knowledge was unmatched. Therefore he was highly educated.

    You must confuse the word with getting a stamp of approval from mediocrities at some government institution.

    • 回复: @Sulu
    , @Sulu
  160. Ragno 说:
    @obwandiyag

    You are a troll. And I mean one who works for what Hopkins calls “Globocop.”

    Yes; except he calls it “GloboCap”, you mouth-breathing simpleton.

    • 回复: @Commentator Mike
  161. Ace 说:
    @Anonymous

    Quite so. The substance of his views on Soleimani/Iran is right out of DOD/State talking points and his sources are patently worthless. It’s as though Ronald Reagan suddenly came out in favor of UBI or as though Paul Ryan came out in favor of a scorched earth policy in dealing with the Democrats.

  162. @Ragno

    GloboCop works for GloboCapitalists so not much difference there.

    • 回复: @Ragno
  163. Derer 说:
    @Anonymous

    It is easy. I take that falsified info and take the opposite being truth. For instance when lying morons say Hitler got one testicle, the truth is he got two. Of course you will insist he got one.

  164. Sulu 说:
    @Alexandros

    Let me guess. You don’t possess any higher education, do you?

    苏鲁

    • 回复: @Alexandros
    , @Fox
  165. Sulu 说:
    @Alexandros

    Please don’t presume to lecture me on a subject that it appears you know little about. Hitler was a fool that led his country to death and destruction. If he had stayed within the borders of his country he likely would have gone down in history as one of the greatest leaders of Germany of all time. If he had chosen to listen to the good advise of his generals he might have captured and united all of Europe and the left would probably be pulling down his many statues right now. But instead he was a “know it all” that pissed it all away because of his monstrous ego.

    Hitler is analogous to the guy that wins the lotto and ends up dead in a few years because of his folly. 80% of being smart is being smart enough to know when you don’t know something and having the maturity to not bullshit yourself that you do. And then being able to take good advise. Hitler, apparently, could do none of that.

    苏鲁

    • 回复: @Alexandros
  166. Alexandros 说:
    @Sulu

    Let me guess, you lack the intelligence to read a dictionary.

    • 回复: @Sulu
  167. Alexandros 说:
    @Sulu

    What subject would that be? The definition of the word ‘education’, or Adolf Hitler? The former you are demonstrably wrong, the latter your knowledge limits itself to propaganda tropes from the 60s. Your “expertise’ on WW2 is pitiful. You fit the exact stereotype of a man with above average intelligence who thinks he is superior because he read Ian Kershaw from front to back once.

    If Hitler had listened to the advice of his generals the Rhineland would still be demilitarized, Schussnigg would be in charge of Austria, Benes in Czechoslovakia and the French campaign would be bogged down in another Schlieffen plan.

    If he listened to their advice in Russia the entire army would be out of food, fuel and shelter in front of Moscow while Stalin’s armies surrounded their flanks. They would do a Napoleon retreat in the winter, leave behind all their heavy equipment and expose their soldiers to the icy steppe and lose the war right there. If he had listened to his own advice instead of theirs they wouldn’t have wasted precious resources trying to take Moscow in 1941, and they wouldn’t have thrown away their last mobile strike force in the battle of Kursk in 1943.

    The effective operational capacity of 600 miles for the Wehrmacht and the numerical and material superiority of the Red Army and fighting on 4 fronts is not why Germany lost the war, no it was Hitler and his “foolishness”. Those generals must have considered themselves bona fide magicians if they thought much could be done to overcome the cold hard facts of those arithmetics. Their tactical skill won Germany battles, no doubt, but it was the strategic mind of Hitler which got them as far as they did. And maybe if they had followed his orders to the letter Germany might have been victorious. If they had only followed their own the war would have ended after Poland at the latest.

    • 回复: @Sulu
    , @Beefcake the Mighty
  168. Fox 说:
    @Sulu

    But you do have an “education”, Sulu? What gives you the idea that only certified education is real? There are a lot of people leaving the universities with Ph.D.s, some going on to become professors, who don’t shine with much of an intellectual sun, even they have an “education”.
    Mozart and Bach didn’t have much of an education, yet their music is still listened to now. And did Shakespeare have much of what amounts to “education” in your mind?
    People who conversed with Hitler seemed to have all been impressed by the breadth of his knowledge, grasp of the subject and depth of understanding; that can only mean that he could discuss subjects competently. Two examples of his insight into subjects completely at odds with his daily tasks come to mind: On one occasion he suggested a design change of German war ships – to reduce in size the forecastle; this was done, as the engineers agreed that this was an advantageous change. The second item that comes to mind is that, according to Hermann Giesler, Hitler was the inventor of transport containers; they discussed the plans for a large-gage railroad spanning all of Europe, and Hitler suggested that loading goods in containers would facilitate efficient exchange of goods.
    He also wrote all of his speeches himself, an accomplishment few politicians could ever match. He had a certain taste in art and was an accomplished painter himself; he had a wide knowledge of architecture, etc.
    All of this knowledge he acquired through his private studies.
    Education is supposed to convey competence in human affairs. The certificate shows that one has passed tests which in an agreed-upon manner attest to it. But, as you know, there are exceptions: Some people have such certificates and are incompetent. Some people don’t have such certificates and are competent, sometimes highly competent, as with Mozart, or Shakespeare, or Hitler.

    • 回复: @Sulu
  169. Sulu 说:
    @Alexandros

    Albert Speer claimed that when England declared war on Germany for invading Poland, Hitler was stunned. He did not expect them to do so. But they did. This was Hitler’s first mistake. A pretty big one if you ask me.

    And the nightmare for his generals was fighting a war with England in the West and Russia in the East at the same time. And Hitler handed it to them. Instead of invading and subduing England first, Hitler attacked Russia. If he had subdued England America would not have had a platform from which to launch her massive aerial bombing campaign that eventually destroyed Germany.

    Another huge mistake Hitler made was declaring war on America right after the attack by the Japanese on Pearl Harbor on Dec 7, 41. I realize that his pact with Japan obligated him to do so but if he had delayed it’s not like Japan was going to fight Germany over it. They had their hands full fighting America. If he had not done so it would have delayed America’s entrance into the war in Europe and things might have gone very differently.

    Hitler was obviously intelligent but uneducated. Speer claimed he was an amateur at everything he did. And that included military strategy. And one of the things I see time and time again from people that are uneducated is that they frequently disdain education. Probably because they feel insecure due to their lack. So they tell themselves that they don’t really need it and then overcompensate for it by trying to be a “know it all.” But the problem with being a know it all is that you really do have to know it all. And no one does.

    Hitler was an uneducated know it all that was so arrogant and egotistical that he allowed his own need to be the smartest guy in every room to lead himself and his country to ruin. You can romanticize him all you want but that won’t change the fact that he lost the war.

    苏鲁

    • 回复: @Alexandros
    , @Fox
    , @Dave Bowman
  170. Sulu 说:
    @Alexandros

    So tell me. What is your level of education? Hmm?

    苏鲁

    • 回复: @Alexandros
  171. @Authenticjazzman

    “…and you yourself never fail to amaze with your idiotic BS.”

    Well thanks for taking some time away from painting swastikas on your front door to share your critical opinion. I couldn’t ask for a better endorsement.

  172. Sulu 说:
    @Fox

    But, as you know, there are exceptions: Some people have such certificates and are incompetent. Some people don’t have such certificates and are competent, sometimes highly competent, as with Mozart, or Shakespeare, or Hitler.

    I definitely agree with that. I have met scores of people that have no real formal education that I thought were intelligent, well read, accomplished people. And the stereotype of the over educated pedant that can’t dress himself in the morning is well known and valid.

    We all know people that can shine in the classroom but can’t do much in the real world. And the opposite is also true. There are those that can shine in the real world but couldn’t pass a test to save their life. But the truly great intellects are those that can manage to do both. And those are a small minority. But I will give you an example of one in my next paragraph.

    If you want me to give a counterpoint to someone like Hitler that fits my idea of an educated military genius it would have to be Douglas MacArthur. Top of his class at West Point and graduated without a single demerit. I can’t even imagine how he did that. And at one time he probably held more power than the President because he was the absolute dictator over Japan after the war. His accomplishments are so vast and the stories of his intellect so numerous that it would be pointless for me to try and list them. If you are interested just try reading one or two of his biographies. I think he was the most impressive military mind America ever produced.

    As for people like Mozart, he was a musical genius certainly. But his talent was in that category only. In other venues he was quite incompetent. He could never handle money and was notoriously broke his entire life. I have heard it said that genius is not what you possess but what possesses you. I suspect that applied to Mozart.

    I still like what Twain said, “I never let my schooling interfere with my education.”

    As for myself, I have a bit of both. I have never been so delusional as to erroneously think of myself as a genius. But there is a fair body of evidence and accomplishment that sets me apart from the great unwashed. So I will have to settle for being above average.

    苏鲁

  173. Ragno 说:
    @Commentator Mike

    First rule of Unz Club is never defend Unzsite trolls.

  174. Derer 说:
    @geokat62

    Who are those supporters…is it Schiff, Schumer, Nadler or those 3 lawyers slandering Trump during the hearing or 1/3 of the Supreme Court? Go further and check for donation to Democrats from the same people. Primary purpose of political donations to both parties is the tax exemption.

  175. @Alexandros

    What are you talking about? Kursk was indeed pointless, but it was Hitler’s idea, not his generals. They were in fact winning the battle until Hitler called off the offensive (ostensibly because of the Allied landing at Sicily, which makes no sense.) And whose idea was it to not break free at Stalingrad when they had the chance?

    • 同意: Fox
    • 回复: @Alexandros
    , @Fox
  176. Alexandros 说:
    @Sulu

    Albert Speer claimed a lot of things. He was not an honest man.

    While it is true that Hitler hoped it would not come to war, he did not make his decision until Von Brautitsch assured him that a war against England, France and Poland was winnable. And he was right about that. Germany won that war. What tipped the scales was the hostile intentions of the USSR and their unprecedented level of armaments which nobody in the world could even fantasize the scale of. It wasn’t Ribbentropp either who provided Hitler with false estimations. Contrary to British propaganda he thought England would go to war and conveyed this to Hitler. After seizing the diplomatic correspondence in Prague in 1939, Hitler’s comment was “England wants war”. So beyond a shadow of a doubt he considered a war with England a very real possibility and only took steps to that end after being reassured by his military leaders that such a war was winnable.

    The Generals, and Hitler, rightly feared a two front war. But with the Molotov pact that scenario disappeared in the short term. It enabled Germany to defeat Poland and their enemies in the West before pushing their entire weight on the USSR. That was considered winnable. Not only had Russia been defeated easily enough in WW1, but a mere two decades ago Russia was a backwards, agricultural country. If somebody had proposed that such a country now possessed more modern tanks, airplanes and guns than the rest of the world put together, without hard facts to prove it, they would rightly have been considered off their rocker.

    Germany could never invade England without a massive downscaling of their land army, their strongest military arm by far, and doing so would take time and leave them vulnerable to invasion in the East. Nor did they wish to invade England. They might be able to possess the island, but the Royal Navy would just sail off to Canada and continue the war from there with American support. There would be n0 resources in the English homeland to help the German war effort, only more expenses. And the colonies would fall to the USA. This was exactly what Stalin was hoping to achieve by pitting Germany against the West. A weakening of his fascist and capitalist enemies while Europe lay open for the taking to the huge army he was creating. Invading England does not win the war for Germany. Only neutralizing Russia and gaining access to its resources does.

    The triparte alliance did not obligate Germany to declare war on the USA. Only if Japan had been attacked would they be obligated. The reason they did so was because there already existed a de facto state of war with the USA, and an all out war was a question of when, not if. Hitler and his admirals figured it was better to start sinking tonnage going to the UK now rather than later when the enemy would be more potent. It could potentially starve the UK out of the war and give Germany the year or so they needed to defeat the USSR. Then it would not matter that the USA had the largest industrial capacity in the world. The German hold on the European continent would be unassailable. If not, the war was lost in any case. Hitler chose it because it would enable him to start sinking American convoys to the UK, and heighten the chance Japan might help out in the Soviet rear. It would also bolster the axis alliance, showing the world that they stood together in thick and thin. Germany would grow weaker over time, not stronger. Victory had to be attained within a year or they would lose.

    Speer claimed he wanted to assassinate Hitler when in reality he was among those who tried to sway Hitler from going down with the ship in Berlin. He let the American military incorporate bogus documents to defame Hitler into his best selling biography. Giesler called him the Cesare Borgia of the Third Reich. An ambitious, callous man who would do anything to advance himself and save his neck.

    In reality Hitler was a skilled and accomplished military strategist. He knew all the theory and had read all the relevant authorities. He knew the capacities of armament better than anyone. He created the strategy which enabled Germany to fight a world war all on his own. He planned the French campaign single handedly. He got Germany back to their WW1 strength and possessions without firing a shot, conquered most of Europe and got all the way to Volgograd before suffering a narrow defeat. Was he inferior in skill to Hannibal? To Pyrrhus? Less accomplished than Napoleon or Caesar? They were all losers too, but you don’t see anybody trying to downplay their military accomplishments just because they lost. Fact is Germany only got as far as they did due to him, and if he had followed other people’s advice, they would lose far earlier than they did. That makes him superior and fully qualified.

    • 回复: @Sulu
  177. Alexandros 说:
    @Beefcake the Mighty

    It was the generals who wanted the battle. Hitler’s gut feeling told him they should avoid it, but it was one of those times where he gave in to their “superior” advice. In terms of losses they were winning the battle like they did practically every battle with the Soviets. But it would be at a too great a loss and with no chance to exploit the victory. Kursk was a big pocket, but still just a pocket on a huge front. Wasting their entire strength would make them liable to penetrations across the entire front which could collapse everything. With invasions coming in the South and the West they could not afford it. Preventing a continental landing while bleeding the USSR dry was their only option at that point. Might have worked too if certain officers hadn’t been cowards and traitors.

    Breaking free from Stalingrad was not possible without sacrificing Army Group South. They chose the risk of losing an army instead of losing an entire army group. A prudent and correct decision.

  178. Fox 说:
    @Beefcake the Mighty

    Have to take back the “Agree” for Beefcake’s comment; that was meant for what Alexandros wrote. Alexandros is correct on every point.

  179. Alexandros 说:
    @Sulu

    My relevant education is reading 100 books and thousands of articles on Adolf Hitler and WW2. I might not know as many tiny details as an Ian Kershaw or a Richard Evans, but I know a lot of things they don’t because I care about truth, not narrative. I’ve read Holocaust deniers. They haven’t. I’ve read Giesler, they haven’t. I’ve read Walendy and Schultze Rhonhof. They haven’t. I’ve read Leon Degrelle, they haven’t. I’ve made efforts to separate the propaganda from the truth. They have not cared to do so.

    • 回复: @Sulu
  180. Sulu 说:
    @Alexandros

    Look, to a certain degree you are doing what we all do. You are picking your sources and you are choosing who to believe and who to disbelieve. Due to that I believe that neither of our viewpoints can be dismissed or validated with any real degree of certainty. The real question of history ought to be how can anyone speak with any degree of authority about events that occurred years before he was born.

    苏鲁

  181. He is not Hitler, but is it good enough?
    President Trump does not send troops to meet the rioters, he does not arrest the mayors of the cities who told him to buzz off, he does not depose the generals who apologize for taking photos with him, and he does not intercept the millions streaming to the rebels. The popular American satirist C. Hopkins argues in his column in the Unz Review that this is good and clever. Trump refuses to play the role of Hitler, and does not give his opponents any reason to remove him and seize power.
    Yes, he won’t make a convincing Hitler. But he will do as Yanukovych.
    Opponents of Trump steam full speed ahead. The mayor of Seattle told President Donald Trump to “go back to your bunker”. Washington D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser says President Trump is living in her backyard.
    One site demands that everyone who protects the statues of the Confederates be arrested for rebellion. “Armed Group Protects Confederate Statue in Kentucky: Arrest Them for Insurrection and Sedition.”
    They are indignant at Trump, who met with West Point cadets – in the midst of a pandemic. “Trump Exposes 1100 Graduating West Point Cadets to Possible Coronavirus Infection So He Can “Dominate” the Weekend Media” How can you compare it to the Democrats’ meeting with BLM activists?
    ‘This Is Deadly’: Trump HHS Scraps Protections for Transgender Patients and Those Seeking Abortions.
    But Trump is folding and retreating. They told him – how dare you to stage a rally on June 19? After all, this is a holiday for black Americans, the day when Lincoln freed the last slaves. On such a holy day, it is impudent of Trump to show his face in public! And Trump retreated, shifted the rally to the June 20, although 300,000 have already booked for the rally.
    I’m not a conservative, no way, I am not a supporter of the current regime. I think that a revolution – even the fake one, organized by Soros out of gaylib crowd, slightly sprinkled by Africans for colour – will do some good for America. The American troops are already leaving Germany after only 75 years of occupation. There are more than 100 major bases overseas that can be evacuated if the revolution persists. Fine and dandy.
    But, Mr Hopkins, do not tell Trump that he has chosen the right strategy. Like, if he won’t get provoked – everyone will respect his authority. Let’s be frank, comrade. Tell Trump: if his main consideration is first of all not to be called a bloody tyrant by a liberal site, there is a place for him in the hospitable Rostov, next to Yanukovych. Let him decide.

  182. Sulu 说:
    @Alexandros

    I’ve made efforts to separate the propaganda from the truth. They have not cared to do so.

    Though we have different viewpoints on WWII I suspect we may be on the same page.

    Oh, I happen to have two Bachelor degrees, one of which is in Science as well as a pilot’s license. But I have no formal education in History.

    苏鲁

    • 回复: @profnasty
  183. Fox 说:
    @Sulu

    Hitler could not believe that England was so stupid as to declare war on Germany over something that was:
    1. None of England’s business
    2.Was going to lead to England’s demise as a world power
    3.Had been recognized as a just cause (= correct the miscarriage of good sense committed at Versailles with establishing the German Eastern border after the First War) by a great many of English people as well as English politicians (including the famous Churchill, Lloyd George)
    4.While the attempted attempted enlistment of the SU against Germany up until August 19, 1939, had failed, when Stalin disinvited the English military emissaries.

    Hitler was also stunned at the English declaration of war, as Poland had been increasingly provocative following the first English guarantee to Poland of March 1939. That included the Polish declaration that any attempt of incorporation of Danzig into the Reich, even by the free will of the German City of Danzig to do so, would be considered an act of war. (Note: here is Democracy in action); firing of German civilian aircraft from the Lufthansa with anti aircraft cannons (25th of August; shelling of the German border city of Beuthen (30th of August); assassination of the German consul in Cracow (30th of August); arson of German farms in Poland; murder of Germans in Poland, cross-border raids of Polish military and Polish gangs into Germany). About 70000 refugees from Poland in summer of 1939 arrived in Germany.
    Remember the Kosovo war and how it was oh-so-justified and cheered on by all the good people and sheeple because the oh-so-terrible Serbs did oh-so-terrible things to the Kosovars? The hypocrisy of Democrats and the reasoning with which they allow themselves to do whatever fogs up the inside of their skulls is always amazing.
    Hitler did not think that England would sink so low as to go to war in the light of the belligerent reality of Poland. He did, however, not understand that Poland acted as England’s patsy, because England really did want war to break out and to achieve the objective it was of utmost importance to make Germany appear to have started it. It is possible that the medieval Balance of Power doctrine sported by England was the motive power, but it is also possible that the Focus group, founded and financed by Jewish interests saw Poland as a great opportunity to start the war that was promised to come (again, from the Jewish side) from the beginning of Hitler’s chancellorship. Churchill was bought by this group, and since he had no character, but had need for money and loved the idea of war, he was hired by this subversive group and Churchill henceforth made use of his many inside and outside connections to promote the idea of W a r.
    What makes you think that Hitler led Germany to ruin? Was it not the declaration of war by England and France over something they should have been happy to help resolve? Every offer of peace or conflict resolution coming from Hitler was rejected by the Democracies from the very beginning when England rejected the already accepted mediation offer from Mussolini of September 2, 1939 (accepted by France and Germany), with Hitler agreeing to halt further military operations.
    And if Hitler was so wrong in misjudging the peaceful amassment of 5 million Red Army troops with unimaginable amounts of attack weaponry at the western border in June of 1941, why did the US then build up the hair-trigger system of instant attack against the Soviet state post-1945? If they were so harmless and bucolically self-involved at a time when they were ready to steamroll over Western Europe in 1941, why not operate under the same assumption until 1990 and safe the trillions invested in bombs and planes and propaganda and legal restrictions of 5th-column communist parties in the West wars to contain the Soviets? The Soviet troop build-up is, by-the-way, either denied to have been so (then where did the millions of Russian POWs come from), or said to have been for a maneuvre (a big one, indeed). That Hitler could have correctly recognized what was going on is, however, denied. Had he been right, yet waited to see what’s next, what might have happened?

    What led Germany, and in its late consequence now, when all of the western societies are falling into the pit of chaos because of a lack of purpose to exist on a basis of mythologies that have the feel of being wrong, to ruin is the absolute will to war and destruction of Germany by her enemies and the eventual “unconditional surrender” demand. That Germany fought under these conditions issued by her murderous enemies (remember the hate propaganda, the bombings of cities) can only surprise someone who has no concept of a will to live.

    • 回复: @Sulu
  184. @Sulu

    Albert Speer claimed that when England declared war on Germany for invading Poland, Hitler was stunned

    If the weakling and charlatan Speer said that, he was lying or badly mis-remembering. What he said (if he said it) is simply historically incorrect – thereby throwing your first point out of the window, as follows:

    If you bother to watch or listen to the famous newsreel from 3rd September 1939, the British Prime Minister, Chamberlain, said these exact words:

    “…made clear to Germany that, unless a solemn undertaking was received by 12:00 o’clock today to withdraw all German troops from Polish territory, a state of war would exist between our two countries. I have to tell you now that no such undertaking has been received, and that consequently, this country is at war with Germany”.

    Therefore technically, Great Britain did NOT in fact ever “declare war” on Germany – as is popularly imagined. Instead, Hitler was given a clear ultimatum – a choice – to withdraw. He made a choice – NOT to withdraw – and war was the default result. This is not a matter of semantics – it proves that Hitler had a choice at that time. If he had been so shocked by Britain’s taking a final political and military stand on Poland’s behalf, he had the option to agree, BEFORE the deadline, to withdraw from Poland in the coming days – but he chose not to. He chose instead to save face – by refusing to climb down from an untenable position.

    I read somewhere decades ago that it has been established that every single strategic decision Hitler made during the war, which later proved to be a WRONG decision – from the mis-judgement over Poland in 1939 to the Battle of the Bulge counter-offensive in 1944 – was in fact made by him personally, often over-ruling his Generals in the process.

    Hitler was a fine, loyal and remorseless true German patriot, who saw many decades off what would happen to European society if Jewish usury and cultural sabotage by Germany’s enemies was allowed to continue – and he did what needed to be done. He kick-started Germany’s self-esteem from the streets through the bankrupt ashes of the first war and the Depression; he put Germany back to work with the autobahnen and the re-vitalised arms industry, defying the hated Treaty of Versailles in the process; and most importantly, he removed the power of the Jewish usurers to leech and destroy the economy. He achieved all this and much more. But unfortunately, history is very clear that, as a military General, he was a very good Corporal.

    • 回复: @Alexandros
    , @Sulu
  185. Sulu 说:
    @Fox

    I have had variations of this conversation before with several different posters. I don’t rule out the possibility that Hitler was entirely justified in invading Poland in an effort to protect the German minority there and as an effort to correct the injustice inflicted on Germany by the treaty of Versailles. But whatever you say about Hitler you have to admit that he lost the war.
    But all of this is moot. The war has been over for 75 years. I’m more concerned as to whether or not we are going to get a Hitler here in America, because we sorely need one. Hopefully our Hitler, if we get one, will have better luck.

    苏鲁

    • 回复: @Fox
  186. Fox 说:
    @Sulu

    Since you have been through such discussions and you do principally understand the situation leading to the events beginning with September 1, 1939, then you can look at the whole complex with the question in mind:

    Given, I were in a situation just like that Hitler as in in summer of 1939, what would I think I’d do?

    Do nothing and watch the Germans in Poland being done away with?
    Protest- to whom?
    Make yet more suggestions for a solution – without an answer?
    Ignore the Polish army mobilized and threats?
    Appeal to good sense and reason?
    Wait for a suggestion from Poland or England, both of whom are studiously playing dumb and haughty?
    Both of whom don’t want another “Munich”?

    I can understand from what I know, the decisions made by Hitler in 1939, but also in 1941. They might have been wrong, we never know what would have happened if- but there were reasons and they can’t be made ridiculous by resorting to intended world conquest or the Hillgruber nonsense of “ideological race war of annihilation”. It tells me that the lot of conventional and by dint of that automatically anti-Hitler historians doesn’t ever have to find serious reasons for the coming about and spread of the war to a worldwide conflict. So much easier to posit a thesis and then scribble around it for decades until nothing but a fiction will be discussed, and eventually mistaken for the reality that never was.
    I can only say that I wish that there had been no war; at a minimum, it has thrown back human development by centuries, and it might very well lead to the extinction of the world of people of the white race along with that race. It might even cast a pall like a curse upon the whole future of humans.
    And all of that over the question whether the German city of Danzig with its 99% German population ought to have the right to determine its own political affiliation.

    • 回复: @MarkinLA
  187. Alexandros 说:
    @Dave Bowman

    I read somewhere decades ago that it has been established that every single strategic decision Hitler made during the war, which later proved to be a WRONG decision – from the mis-judgement over Poland in 1939 to the Battle of the Bulge counter-offensive in 1944 – was in fact made by him personally, often over-ruling his Generals in the process.

    Hitler admitted he made mistakes. Paraphrased:

    “Mr. Churchill has made a list of 10 mistakes I’ve made. He’s wrong, I’ve made many more mistakes than that! But none so big as dragging England into a war that will destroy the British Empire.”

    But Ardennes is not one of them. First off the failure of the operation made no difference in the outcome of the war. It in fact saved German lives since their ability to resist was spent faster. But there was no possibility for Germany to maintain their defenses indefinitely. They had to make a move. Hitler himself gave the operation a mere 10% chance of success. If they had been able to capture a bit of fuel and the weather had been slightly better, it could have worked. In any case it was preferable to the idea of just sitting it out and wait for inevitable defeat, which was the general’s idea. They were right in judging the operation to have a very small chance of success, but as usual they failed to see the bigger picture where Germany will lose the war and face unconditional surrender unless some miracle stratagem is pulled off. They had nothing, Hitler had something.

    Poland is more difficult to calculate. On the one hand attacking them lead to a world war which ended in a German defeat. On the other hand Poland was the weak link in a military alliance surrounding Germany, and making every effort to provoke warfare so the West could be brought into the equation. If Hitler did not act first, he could find himself in a two front war with a fully prepared France/England on one side, and a heavy militarized Poland with the very real possibility of the USSR joining in on the other. At a time of their choosing. All Britain and Stalin needs to do is cut off trade, blockade the iron ore from Sweden and Germany will be more or less forced to capitulate. Avoiding war and preserving the regime could be a scenario, but with Stalin cannibalizing his entire country to build a world conquering war machine, that seems unlikely. And long term, after Hitler, it’s hard to see a Nazi regime surviving without military might to back it up. There are limits to how much Germany can do with autarky and leaders lacking Hitler’s mass appeal and genius when the whole world stands against you. It’s a close call, but in my opinion the moral imperative edges it to be a right decision. Nor were the German generals unwilling in that enterprise. Hitler said “normally I have to push my generals to action, but with Poland I have to hold them back!”.

    • 回复: @MarkinLA
  188. Sulu 说:
    @Dave Bowman

    My source for that assertion was… Inside The Third Reich by Albert Speer. I have no idea if he was a weakling or charlatan. That judgement is left to history.

    This is not a matter of semantics

    I’m sorry but I have a hard time taking that statement with any degree of seriousness. At the very least you are attempting to split hairs. At the most you are engaging in sophistry. England declaring that a state of war will exist between Germany and England if Hitler doesn’t withdraw from Poland is still a declaration of war. It’s merely a conditional declaration of war.

    Yes, Hitler did have a short window in which he could have prevented war with England by withdrawing from Poland. Why he chose not to is open for conjecture. My guess is he knew that war with England was inevitable so even if he had miscalculated by thinking he would have Poland without war he was confident that he would win and as you pointed out he did choose to save face.

    Hitler had rolled the dice before and come out the winner without risking a drop of German blood. Austria, the Sudetenland. It’s not surprising that he got over confident and thought he could have Poland too.

    But as I said in another post, all of this is moot. It was over 75 years ago. And no, I don’t believe the official bullshit history written by the Jews. I have already found too many holes in it. But it is difficult for me to see how any of us can think we have the true facts about events that occurred before we were born.

    苏鲁

  189. MarkinLA 说:
    @Fox

    And all of that over the question whether the German city of Danzig with its 99% German population ought to have the right to determine its own political affiliation.

    It’s always about Germany getting back its 1918 borders – borders which were created by the dismemberment of Poland. Funny that Germany, Austria, and Russia didn’t seem to think Poles had the right to determine their own political affiliation.

    • 回复: @Fox
  190. MarkinLA 说:
    @Alexandros

    If Hitler did not act first, he could find himself in a two front war with a fully prepared France/England on one side, and a heavy militarized Poland with the very real possibility of the USSR joining in on the other.

    Didn’t Hitler have a non-aggression pact with Poland? Why not just honor it? Why not create an alliance in the east against possible Russian aggression? Why not stop before Poland and restore Czechoslovakia minus Sudetenland? Russia could not fight a war with all of it’s neighbors in the west if they were armed and had access to German military technology.

    The whole defending Germans in Poland was just another excuse for a war he wanted. Germany could have simply taken them in. I imagine Poles were treated like welcomed royalty when Poland was dismembered especially given the Germans attitude toward Poles. Wasn’t Germany in the process of trying to take the Polish out of the Poles they controlled? The idea that Poles could ever be justified being mad is ridiculous.

    • 回复: @Fox
    , @Alexandros
  191. Fox 说:
    @MarkinLA

    November 1916, the Polish Kingdom being reconstituted by proclamation by the German and the Austrian Emperors, respectively, Poles swore eternal loyalty and gratitude. Didn’t last for more than two years, this gratitude, that is.
    I don’t know where the borders of Poland lay, but they were not in Germany.

  192. Ace 说:
    @Ace

    I meant indifference to out-of-control spending, disdain for budgets….

  193. Fox 说:
    @MarkinLA

    The non-aggression pact with Poland was cancelled in April of 1939, along with the naval agreement with Britain, as any basis for such amicable agreements was eliminated by England’s unconditional guarantee of Poland against Germany, and Poland increased its agitation against Germany and the Germans who had been forcibly incorporated into Poland by Poland’s occupation of two German provinces, as well as the fraudulent taking of Upper Silesia in 1921.
    Friendship or love needs two willing participants, and Poland did not want friendship or an amicable relationship with Germany.
    By the way, did Poland ever quit the area of Czecho-Slovakia it occupied in 1939?
    There were very few Poles in Germany, and they could freely have their Polish clubs and schools and enjoy their Polishness to the hilt round the clock. The Polish associations were only closed in August of 1939 in response to the anti-German measures in Poland.
    That the Poles, however, persecuted Germans in Poland despite having signed the accord for the protection of minority rights, caused alone in summer of 1939 70000 Germans to seek refuge in Germany. All the small-minded and mean things the Poles, including the good catholics there could come up with, were committed by the Poles against Germans, such as closing down the German schools, requiring Polish to be used in dealings with state offices (despite the contrary being agreed upon in the Minority Protection Accord), forbidding German being spoken in public, forbidding sermons in German, not recognizing German degrees and professions, not allowing public contracts to go to Germans, and of course the small and large brutalities such as thug violence, arson, murder, threats of war, in late August firing anti-aircraft guns on Lufthansa planes, shelling of Beuthen, cross border raids by Polish military or private gangs…

    I can’t see how this could ever be forgotten, and Poland will not be able to forget its behavior that made it a willing participant in the English war policy against Germany. Every European eventually waking up to the horrible fallout of the war to eliminate Germany will come to look at Poland and understand its misery-bringing role. And every day the land taken from the Germans, that is Eastern Germany, with avarice, envy and greed reminds Poles of the past they are trying to deny, and you are no exception, as your words attest. Poles hate the Germans because they know that they, the Poles, the have done them, the Germans, horribly wrong.

    • 同意: Alexandros
  194. Alexandros 说:
    @MarkinLA

    Hitler did want an alliance in the East, hence the non aggression pact already in 1934. He did offer to restore Czechia. The problem was neither Poland or England were interested in such an agreement. They wanted war. That’s why he ended up in Stalin’s lap, the only willing taker, who also, down the line, wanted war.

    When those facts became abundently clear, Hitler said “well, if they want war they’ll have it”. Nobody could claim he hadn’t tried every move to avoid it. Of course, within the limits of fairness and German honor. He wasn’t going to prostrate himself to appease enemies.

    • 回复: @MarkinLA
  195. MarkinLA 说:
    @Alexandros

    Hitler had already proven that his agreements weren’t worth the paper they were written on. So the other side deciding to dig their heels in is makes perfect sense.

    This whole Hitler was the good guy and everybody else is responsible for the war is just lunatic nonsense.

    • 回复: @Alexandros
  196. Alexandros 说:
    @MarkinLA

    Not so. Hitler did not break the Munich agreement. It stipulated the terms for the annexation of the Sudeten area, nothing more. It was Great Britain and Neville Chamberlain, who in September 1938 signed a friendship declaration with Germany, that broke a promise when they immediately started arming for war and in January 1939 the same Prime Minister told Mussolini he was considering war against Germany. What exactly had Germany done to deserve this change of heart in the previous months? The protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia was still months away from happening.

    The myth of Hitler as a breaker of oaths is propaganda at its crudest.

    • 同意: Fox
  197. profnasty 说:
    @Sulu

    I have a SUNY History BA.
    没什么大不了的。

  198. Sidney 说:

    “This guy is the worst literal Hitler ever.” I’m assuming by this statement that you mean Trump(nor any leader today), can hold a candle to Adolph Hitler in performance. A.H. the most lied about man in history, did more for his nation at incredible odds, than all leaders since put together.

  199. anastasia 说:

    Now, before my “conspiracy theorist” readers get too excited about where I’m going with this column … no, this was not a “fake” uprising. There was an authentic uprising at the center of it.

    有趣的!!!!

  200. @Bragadocious

    From outside America, we find it very strange that such an highly educated society does not know the difference between communism and socialism. You have (rightfully) been taught to fear and hate communism, then you were told that socialism is actually communism, and now you all heartily embrace communism and call it capitalism!
    It would be funny, if you fucking bolsheviks were not cruising the entire palnet killing off all the non-Jewish and anti-Zionists! You even kill Jews, because the Zionists told you they are sand-fleas and ragheads and camel-jockeys…all the childish names you can think of to excuse your childish politics.
    So, yes, Bernie Sanders is far from perfect, but he is a socialist, Hillary is a communist, so is Obama, Clinton, Bush, Bush, Johnson, Merckel, Macron (oh, gods, he thinks he’s the friggin’ Kommissar) and every other member of the Zionist cacastocracy.
    Just thought I’ll say that.

  201. VinnyVette 说:
    @hillaire

    And once that combination of “bloods” became stableized over centuries, the end result is “British blood!”

  202. VinnyVette 说:
    @Rooster 3

    You said it about as accurately and succinctly as good be said. Agree!

  203. vot tak 说:

    “No matter, it’s still a big win for GloboCap. Forcibly removing Trump from office is, and has always been, gravy.”

    Except trump is a salesman for “globocap”. If they are dissatified, all they need to do is fire him. Maybe less koolaide consumption is in order…

  204. Maybe Jarvanka Trumpstein actually believes in the 10th amendment?

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