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      Pity the poor president. “Joe Biden” must decide now whether to go to war with Iran or Texas. Which will it be? Or might it be both? That Governor Abbott turns out to be the Putin of the purple sage! How does he dare interfere with the orderly flow of new voters — fine people! — across that filthy little river of his? Does he not understand that we need at least a couple million more live bodies allocated around the swing states to ensure a free and fair election?

     What does Hunter (“the smartest person I know”) make of Dad’s quandary, I wonder. With enough eau-de-coca on-board, Hunter must think in Biblical terms. . . great flowing Jacobean passages of elevated language: in my father’s house are many mansions: Verily, verily, I say unto you, somewhere there is a room I left that little baggie in. . . but where. . . ? The works that I do shall he do also; and greater works than these shall he do; because I go unto my Dad.

     Well, forget Hunter. Everybody else has, thank goodness, at least for now. Let’s face it: having a rage-filled addict in the family is tiresome. Anyway, Merrick Garland has got him covered with “an on-going investigation.” (Questions? Sorry, can’t answer any.)

    “Joe Biden,” in his on-going delirium-of-age wanders from room to room in the empty mansion that is his mind. How did I get in this room? he wonders. And how do I get out of it? Can somebody please point the way? Alas, his position is the loneliest in the world. There is no one to point the way out. There is only this ceaseless wandering from room to room in this vast emptiness. Where is the room with Texas in it? The room where Iran sleeps? The room where Ukraine lies a’gasp with a sucking chest wound? Watch out, he’ll start shouting soon. Calling Dr. Jill: Code Blue. . . !

     The world may be a disaster these days, but the White House is a bigger disaster. Can you name the White House chief of staff? Betcha can’t. Know why? He never, ever comes out and speaks to that mob in the press room. He might have to answer some difficult questions, such as: if the president’s brain is switched off more than half the time, who decides what to do with that ‘nuclear football’ they carry around with him. Is it. . . you? By the way, the chief of staff’s name is Jeff Zients. Ever heard him? Of course not. He has a page on “X”. The most recent thing he posted was July, 25, 2023. Good thing not much has happened since then.

      The question then: should “Joe Biden” just go ahead and nuke Texas? “JB” is thinking: What good is the place with that Putin wannabe running it? Buncha cattle and those ridiculous hats! The official head-gear of white supremacy! Probably millions of them down there, clutching their beloved guns! I’ve got news for you. Wanna play hardball? We’ve got F-16s. Try shooting one of those Vipers down with your 30-ought-6 when it’s coming in low over Plano on after-burners at eleven hundred miles an hour, bristling with Sidewinder missiles. Anyway, for a nice strip steak, go to Kansas City. Fuggedabowt Texas. Kaboom! Not a joke!

     As for Iran. . . another $6-billion could keep them quiet for a while. Turns out that mullahs really like money. Do you know how many virgins you can buy for $6-billion here on Planet Earth? Why blow yourself up for them? Especially since you don’t know for a hundred percent sure that there is a place called heaven, or that it’s mainly a seraglio? By the way, why does our country (that’d be the USA) have all these little military outposts scattered around the desert wastelands of Jordan, Syria, and other lands of the Middle East? Did the one called Tower Two that got blown up a few days ago have a target painted on it? Might as well have. You think the “other side” doesn’t have satellite imagery of the terrain? Kind of looks like we’re asking for trouble. And, also by the way, how come two of the three US soldiers killed there were girls? Is that how we do war these days? With a girlie army? Who actually thinks that’s going to work?

    Apparently, “Joe Biden.” Be advised: there is chatter coming out of this mysterious White House about bringing back the military draft. Remember what that is, Boomers? Remember Country Joe and the Fish singing: “Be the first one on your block to have your boy come home in a box.” That was back in the Vietnam days. Fifty-thousand-plus KIA. Only now we’ll be drafting girls (and probably some boys who want to be girls). I guess we’ll figure out now how gung-ho Gen Z really is.

     You didn’t ask, but things are not going so well in our remote-control war in Ukraine against Russia (Putinland). Our Zelensky team (we own it) got completely rope-a-doped, punched itself out, its knees are buckling. Victoria Nuland, the renowned State Department girlie war-hawk, says she’s confident that Congress will pass the new $61 billion aid package for the Z-team, according to Radio Free Europe, the blob’s official propaganda outlet. The blob wants you to think that Putin wants to turn all of Europe into Putinland. I’m sure. Tori Nuland probably thinks we can save Ukraine with the fabulous girlie army and some snazzy new drones from McDonnell Douglas. Hey, it’s war, war, war. Bomb them all — Iran, Russia, Texas — and let God sort them out.

     Speaking of blob propaganda outlets, here’s a doozy from blob tentacle The New York Times  this Friday morning to boost your morale. Blob suck-up, Stephen Colbert, the late-night TV genius-level jester last seen dancing in a chorus line costumed as Covid-19 vaccination syringes, informs us that “Joe Biden” is catnip to the ladies because his aviator Ray-bans remind them of Robert Stack in The High and the Mighty. Silly me, I thought they loved the president for his mind.  You know, “Joe Biden” is running for re-election. No, really. Not a joke.

Stephen Colbert imitated President Biden talking with women: “They love that thing where I’m the last one standing between them and the Supreme Court putting a GoPro in their uterus.” Credit: CBS

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668 Responses to “War Delirium”

  1. cowbell81 February 2, 2024 at 9:17 am #

    Ah February, happy month of Black History and Groundhog Day. And it is a Leap Year to boot. Gives the masses a whole extra day to shoot and loot in Chicago and other cities! Speaking of the Groundhog, if only there was a way for that little furry creature to prognosticate whether or not we are in for another four more years of Biden, et al.

    • tuco22 February 2, 2024 at 9:42 am #

      I don’t know. After 40+ years of black history month, I still don’t know anymore about it than I did before.

      • cowbell81 February 2, 2024 at 9:49 am #

        George Washington Carver “invented” peanut butter. That is about the only thing you need to know.

        • tuco22 February 2, 2024 at 9:50 am #

          Well, also didn’t a black man invent refrigeration? And the blood transfusion technique, I think, but yeah, that’s about it.

          • oldandtired February 2, 2024 at 4:30 pm #

            @tuco22 “ didn’t a black man invent refrigeration?”. Fred Jones invented transport refrigeration. White father, black mother. He was a genius.

          • malthuss February 3, 2024 at 12:28 am #

            the guy who figured the coil cooling system>>>>

            Frederick McKinley Jones
            American businessman and inventor
            Frederick McKinley Jones was an American inventor, entrepreneur, engineer, winner of the National Medal of Technology, and an inductee of the National Inventors Hall of Fame. Jones innovated mobile refrigeration technology. He received 61 patents, 40 for refrigeration technology.

          • The Man They Call Zazelle February 3, 2024 at 10:15 am #

            Humans invented tools, control of fire, clothing, language, etc., and it may have all been in Africa where, perhaps, they/we were all ‘black’– so-called.

        • RD3 February 2, 2024 at 10:06 am #

          Is a recipe an invention?

          • tuco22 February 2, 2024 at 10:07 am #

            Good point.

          • The Man They Call Zazelle February 3, 2024 at 10:18 am #

            Is ‘cooking’ an invention? Where did we begin that and what was our pigmentation then?

        • Uncle.Al February 2, 2024 at 10:55 am #

          “1884: Candaian Marcellus Gilmore Edson patented peanut paste from milling roasted peanuts between two heated surfaces.1895: Dr. John Harvey Kellogg patented peanut butter from raw peanuts, a nutritious protein substitute for people with dental problems. 1903: Dr. Ambrose Straub of St. Louis, Missouri, patented a peanut-butter-making machine.”

          George Washington Carver, 1864 – 1943, invented peanut shoe polish.

          • elysianfield February 2, 2024 at 11:39 am #

            C;mon, man…they invented lots of stuff, like holding your nine sideways when shooting.

          • RD3 February 2, 2024 at 1:47 pm #

            I guess my wife’s old Italian grandmother was one of the greatest inventors of all time, then.

          • RCAnderson February 2, 2024 at 9:31 pm #

            And flat-brimmed truckers caps you wear backwards or sideways, and jeans down below your butt crack; etc. the best inventions, like the blues and jazz (and peanut butter) happened before the “civil rights era.” Since then all we got is rap and hip-hop.

        • Heartlander February 3, 2024 at 1:01 am #

          George Washington Carver’s discovery of many new uses for peanuts and peanut oil helped to hugely increase market demand for peanuts, which vastly increased the number of acres planted to peanuts. The importance of this cannot be overstated, since much Southern land had been depleted and ruined by decades of cotton monocropping. Peanuts are a legume, which means they fix nitrogen in the soil — they are a natural fertilizer and soil-builder.

          Carver thus helped restore countless acres of Southern farmland. And by helping make peanuts profitable, he not only helped the land, but the families who depended on it for their livelihood.

          Carver was also an artist (painter), teacher, and evangelist. He gave people not only practical ways to improve their lives, but the saving message of the Gospel as well. He was a selfless, humble, generous prince of a man — born a slave, orphaned at an early age, hard-working, highly educated, and the very image of the self-made (with God’s help) man. He is a great role model for anyone — black, white, or any other race — and in a sane and decent world, he would be held up as one of our nation’s greatest heroes.

          • Islander February 3, 2024 at 9:16 pm #

            I thought Carver did the genetic work to develop varieties of the peanut that would thrive in the USA. Or that were commercially viable.

            I didn’t know the legume tail of the tale.

            Very nice!!

          • Anthea February 4, 2024 at 7:16 am #

            Yes, Heartlander, Carver was a truly extraordinary man, just as you describe him.

            There’s a George Washington Carver National Monument near Joplin, Missouri, which I visited once–many years ago. I was blown away by the guy’s tremendous talent, spirituality, and selflessness.

      • buckeyeman February 2, 2024 at 10:35 am #

        Yes, we learned that 98 percent of black “accomplishments” were related to “civil rights”.

        Among the other hallmarks of black genius are inventions so obscure that we’re left scratching our heads as to why they deserve singling out as milestones… oh yeah, I forgot, it’s because they were invented by blacks. We then wrongly learned that GW Carver invented peanut butter, although he did no such thing.

        I do like Elijah McCoy’s story though. In 1859, while living in Ypsilanti, Michigan the 15 year old McCoy was sent to Edinburgh, Scotland to study mechanical engineering. Huh?? I thought the US was so thoroughly RACIST that blacks had to look up to see the sidewalk.

        Anyway, McCoy invented the “oil-drip-cup” to continuously lubricate locomotives (you remember that, don’t you). Superior to its many imitators, engineers soon started demanding “the Real McCoy” for their engines. Pretty cool. Really. But in the world of inventions the “oil-drip-cup” is just one of a LOT of inventions.

        Oh, we also learned that without the massive contributions of blacks we could not have won WW II, WW I, the Spanish American War, the War of Southern Secession, the Mexican American War, the War of 1812, the Revolutionary war, the many Indian Wars or any other war.

        • tuco22 February 2, 2024 at 10:52 am #

          Don’t forget the War of Independence.

        • cowbell81 February 2, 2024 at 10:55 am #

          And don’t forget, if it wasn’t for those Black women, we would have never had an Apollo program or apparently landed man on the moon. Is that perhaps where the Night at the Apollo Theatre name derives from?

          • tuco22 February 2, 2024 at 12:06 pm #

            I’m assuming you’re referring to the latest movie about the black woman mathematician genius at NASA?

          • cowbell81 February 2, 2024 at 1:58 pm #

            Yes, the movie “Hidden Figures”. Never watched it myself, but just knowing the basic premise is more than enough for me.

        • Beryl of Oyl February 2, 2024 at 11:51 am #

          Crispus Attucks may have invented the tradition of the black guy getting killed off first, in movies of the 70s.

      • hortonz February 2, 2024 at 12:56 pm #

        Justin Trudeau has managed to keep himself in power for a decade largely through the support of swooning females and feminized males. Let the toxic males driving pickup trucks with gun racks waving “Fuck Trudeau” flags vote Conservative! All those bored soccer moms looking for a sensitive male figure to look up to have Justina in their corner.

      • Vlad the Impaler February 2, 2024 at 2:03 pm #

        Apparently they’ve recently discovered that the early Britons were actually black Africans and they built Stonehenge. I wonder why they never built anything in Africa except mud huts. Very strange!!

        • TruthSeeker1986 February 3, 2024 at 12:38 am #

          Why are all you guys talking about Black History shit? Black people are boring as hell, and so is their history. I’m partially mixed and even I can’t stand Black culture or black history. I’d rather learn about Native American history, at least it’s exciting and not a load of far left liberal garbage about how Blacks created every fucking thing in world.

          • The Man They Call Zazelle February 3, 2024 at 10:28 am #

            We can create our own special seconds, hours, days, months, years, decades, centuries, millennia, aeons and reject others’, perhaps designed to help indoctrinate us.

      • Anon1970 February 2, 2024 at 7:29 pm #

        Hattie McDaniel was the first black American to win an Oscar (Best Supporting Actress) for her role as Mammy in “Gone With the Wind”.

    • cheryl February 2, 2024 at 9:52 am #

      Is it black history month AGAIN?

      • tuco22 February 2, 2024 at 9:53 am #

        Yes. Sigh. And what’s worse, is this year is a leap year, so that means February has an extra day.

      • Cankerpuss February 2, 2024 at 10:21 am #

        Let’s see, Frederick Douglas, Nelson Mandela, Malcom X, MLK and Harriet Tubman and Aunt Jemima (her name has been erased from history). I think that’s about it. Moving on…….

        • RD3 February 2, 2024 at 10:41 am #

          Lets see:

          An admirable man,
          A necklacing monster
          A fake Muslim racist
          A plagiarist, adulterer, communist, deviant, crooked, scumbag
          Marxist creation
          Seemingly decent syrup lady

          • tuco22 February 2, 2024 at 10:51 am #

            Don’t forget Uncle Ben.

          • RD3 February 2, 2024 at 10:53 am #

            Its odd, but I find the image of Uncle Ben on the box of rice strangely comforting.

          • RD3 February 2, 2024 at 11:00 am #

            He looks like he would be extremely hospitable when he greeted you at the door.

          • Cankerpuss February 2, 2024 at 11:57 am #

            Laughing at that one. Thanks RD3

          • Beryl of Oyl February 2, 2024 at 12:26 pm #

            Now that I think about it, that was a nice image.

            I liked Aunt Jemima. Michele Obama must have been jealous or something.

          • Cankerpuss February 2, 2024 at 1:17 pm #

            Beryl, Aunt Jemima made a mean syrup. I don’t even know what they call her syrup now.

          • crudgemudgeon February 2, 2024 at 1:42 pm #

            Who can forget necklacing.

          • RD3 February 2, 2024 at 4:29 pm #

            Nelson’s witch of a wife was a very passionate neck-lacer in her own right. What a lovely bunch. Can you imagine that white Westerners supported them over the white government?

          • Blackbird February 2, 2024 at 8:04 pm #

            Uncle Ben’s not even an uncle anymore. How is that advancing the black cause?

            Uncle Ben was a cool dude and he boxed up some good rice. Uncle Ben’s long-grained and wild rice anybody? Mmmm mmmm good! Well, I’m not buyin’ it anymore, now that Uncle Ben has been demoted to just another Ben – he’s still uncle to me. Probably full of GMOs and crap now anyway.

            And how about Count Chocula? Yeah, I can read between the lines… He just keeps gettin’ whiter and whiter. Maybe he has that Michael Jackson disease…

          • The Man They Call Zazelle February 3, 2024 at 10:40 am #

            I was never crazy about Count Chocula, but did like Frankenberry, as well as Cream of Wheat:


            Speaking of peanut butter, anyone remember, Koogle?


            You have to wonder if some of these commercials were created ‘under the influence’.

        • C.O.Jones February 2, 2024 at 10:59 am #

          Every month is black history month in my house which doubles as a recording studio. My walls are covered in sound tiles bearing the likeness of my musical heroes – Robert Johnson, Bukka White, Skip James, Memphis Minnie, Lightnin’ Hopkins, Blind Willie Johnson…

          I’m lily white, of Scottish/Polish ancestry but I know real blues when it moves me.

          • RD3 February 2, 2024 at 11:09 am #

            What about Jimmie Rodgers?

          • Ron Anselmo February 2, 2024 at 11:29 am #

            What about Curtis Loew?

          • tuco22 February 2, 2024 at 12:05 pm #

            Are these available on Itunes?

          • WadeWaters February 2, 2024 at 12:09 pm #

            Hank Williams, Merle Travis, Chet Atkins, Jerry Reed.

          • RD3 February 2, 2024 at 12:36 pm #

            Jerry Reed? Now, you’re talking. Quite possibly one of the most talented Americans of the 20th century.

          • C.O.Jones February 2, 2024 at 12:58 pm #

            Jimmie Rodgers was extremely talented but more mainstream than blues, Curtis Loew is a character in a Lynyrd Skynyrd song, Hank Williams is incomparable – and a bluesman in my opinion but not a hard-core guitar player, Merle, Chet and Jerry were the hardest-core virtuoso guitar players of their respective genres. I think Jerry Reed never really got the credit due for his ability.

            I’m not throwing shade on anybody – just saying the music that makes the hair on my neck stand up happens to have been played by black people. Skip James scares the hell out of me! Blind Willie Johnson is from another planet – listen to Dark Was The Night, Cold Was The Ground.

            Just sayin’…

          • RD3 February 2, 2024 at 1:38 pm #

            Thanks, C.O. We like what we like. I would argue that most of those black bluesmen were pulling greatly from Jimmie Rodgers. He was dead and buried before most of them started their careers.

            Jerry Reed, in my estimation, is the greatest guitar player in the history of popular music. If you can find it, look at the video of his Lightning Rod performance on The “POP” program in 1977. the quality of the video is miserable, but his performance is incredible.

            Curtis Loew is a fictional character, but is based on Shorty Medlocke, the father of Rickey Medlocke, an original, and off and on member of Lynyrd Skynyrd over the years. Rickey founded the band Blackfoot after he left Lynyrd Skynyrd. Shorty was a well-known country and blues banjo player in North Florida. He supposedly taught Ronnie Van Zant how to sing, and he wrote “Train, Train,” which was Blackfoot’s biggest hit.

          • RD3 February 2, 2024 at 4:25 pm #

            Also, I think you’d have to throw Roy Clark in with that group of hard-core players.

          • Blackbird February 2, 2024 at 8:18 pm #

            Ain’t no blues like the delta blues. St. Louie blues? Chicago blues? Rich white boy blues (lookin’ at you Eric Clapton…)? Forget it.

            You left out Huddie Ledbetter – an innocent mistake I’m sure.

            There are things that only blacks can do right. Delta blues, Motown, funk, reggae… But we are told to turn our backs on those accomplishments and bow down to criminal ghetto trash (lookin’ at you St. George Floyd).

            A crime against everybody.

          • RD3 February 2, 2024 at 8:41 pm #

            Clapton is certainly a good technical player, but there is no genuine emotion to his playing. He’s famous for that live version of Crossroads, but its really flat and he isn’t a good singer. Skynyrd did a version, that I believe was recorded live at Knebworth in 1976. It blows Clapton out of the water.

        • Beryl of Oyl February 2, 2024 at 12:10 pm #

          My mother was fascinated to read in the books I brought home from school, all about Sojourner Truth and Harriet.

          When she was growing up, there was no mention of those accomplished women to be found.

          Those same books reduced Carry Nation to some nut with an axe in a cartoon.

          She may have been nutty, but the significance to me was here was a woman leading a major movement back before women could not even vote, let alone run for office.

          I think events like Black History Month have a negative effect because what they are really doing is validating the idea that there weren’t women and blacks doing things of significance all along.

          • RD3 February 2, 2024 at 1:25 pm #

            Goodness gracious. You must be a victim of public schools.

          • Jarek February 2, 2024 at 1:38 pm #

            There weren’t. There may have been some doing works of insignificance as in profitless works of darkness.

          • Beryl of Oyl February 2, 2024 at 1:54 pm #

            RD3, why do you say that?

            I’ll hold up my public school education against any, as somehow I was able to determine that every single thing they were telling us about covid was a lie, while others were argoing abou the importance of the hanky over the nose?

            BTW did you see the new study just out about how if the people in the hospital on ventilators had just been given two or three pils to treat bacterial pneumonia they would likely not have died?

            I knew this, because I can read.

            Most of today’s “journalists” do not seem to be public school graduates.

        • Islander February 3, 2024 at 9:20 pm #

          Don’t forget Harry Bellafonte.

          Actually his birthday is March 1.

          But he died last year.

          His memoir is excellent.

      • RD3 February 2, 2024 at 10:59 am #

        A local radio host go in trouble a few years ago for asking: “Doesn’t it seem like Black History Month is every other month?”

        No. It will be every month until white people are sufficiently killed off.

        • tuco22 February 2, 2024 at 12:05 pm #

          Well, it’s either black history month, pride month, and isn’t there a Hispanic month, too?

          • Grandpa February 2, 2024 at 7:00 pm #

            what a great country, all these “people” get a month, and we give our veterans a whole DAY

          • megabeth February 3, 2024 at 8:47 am #

            Nope, sorry. Pride Month has been canceled. It is now known as ‘Arrogance.”

        • WadeWaters February 3, 2024 at 4:35 pm #

          RD3 –

          Jerry Reed, indeed. I’ve learned several of his compositions. Some of my favorites are ‘Struttin’, Yes Ma’m’, I’ll Say She Does, ‘Winter Walkin’, ‘Baby’s Coming Home, ‘Steeplechase Lane’.

          Jerry always said no one, not even Jerry, played his pieces better than Chet Atkins.

          Chet Atkins Picks On Jerry Reed – a great album.

          • RD3 February 3, 2024 at 7:19 pm #

            Have you tried to play Lightning Rod or seen a video of Jerry playing it live?

          • WadeWaters February 4, 2024 at 2:15 am #

            No. I never learned that one. Doyle Dykes’ version of ‘Wabash

            Cannonball’ is what I’m working on now. An amazing


      • Vegan Shark February 2, 2024 at 5:55 pm #

        Is it black history month AGAIN?

        What do you mean? We haven’t had a black history month since January 2024.

    • Wizard of the Saddle February 2, 2024 at 10:13 am #

      Black history is a blank slate until the first Europeans started purchasing a few of them along the west coast of Africa five centuries ago. So even the much ballayhooed “Black History Month” owes its very existence to all of us White Devils.

      • Cankerpuss February 2, 2024 at 10:24 am #

        That’s because up until the time they were brought over here and educated by whites they spent all of their time in their home lands warring against each other, overthrowing their own governments and destroying everything. For thousands of years the black people existed. Can you list the number of great civilizations that blacks created? Ancient Ethiopia maybe? Ancient Egypt was not black, in fact, ancient Egyptians often killed black people when they wandered into their empire. These people are not able to govern themselves. Now they are here and we all know how they behave or, should I say, don’t behave.

        • Wizard of the Saddle February 2, 2024 at 11:29 am #

          Interestingly, I’ve noticed of late that the overwhelming majority of illegal aliens I now see on the nightly “Death of Your Country” news videos are of AFRICAN migrants.

          Apparently the regime is concerned that too many native born black males have started to take the RED PILL and are showing support for Trump – something previous Republican candidates never could acheive.

          So, of course, now black males must also be REPLACED by sub-Saharan Africans who will be easier to control.

          • tuco22 February 2, 2024 at 12:03 pm #

            I think it’s simply a matter of numbers. Blacks have killed so many of each other that it has finally begun to show in the voting numbers. That’s why they have to import new ones.

          • Beryl of Oyl February 2, 2024 at 12:20 pm #

            tuco, while it is undeniable that there are large numbers of blacks killing other blacks, that tends to camouflage the reality that most black Americans have never attempted to kill anyone, and mostly want the same things that the majority of white people want.

            Blacks are pretty patriotic as well.

            Yes the clowns like Colin Kaepernick get highlighted, but pre-Obama if you were to watch one of the football games you would see black and white Americans celebrating together, saluting the flag, cheering for the anthem, etc.

            If this were not so, we would not have need Obama as president, to stir up resentment and trouble between the races.

            That was his job, and he would not have been hired if people had not already been getting along.

            A lot of the black on black killings have their roots in Mexico and China.

          • Jarek February 2, 2024 at 1:40 pm #

            Blacks are pretty patriotic – which is why they have their own national anthem.

            It never stops with this one.

          • Beryl of Oyl February 2, 2024 at 1:57 pm #

            Jarek did you not READ what I said? “Pre-Obama”, in that sentence, acted as a qualifier.

            You just don’t get it, do you?

            If we were already divided, they wouldn’t have needed to divide us.

          • Jarek February 2, 2024 at 10:56 pm #

            Yes, they were a subordinate part of our order. They were afraid of us. Is this is what you mean by unity?

            If so, you’re weird.

          • TruthSeeker1986 February 3, 2024 at 12:46 am #

            It’ll just be American Blacks Vs Those Africans. Both hate the shit out of each other.

          • Uncle Bob February 3, 2024 at 1:17 pm #

            Jarek (or Karen, as my GDAC keeps trying to call him) doesn’t understand the so-called black national anthem was written as a celebration of their emancipation from slavery and subsequent opportunity to succeed in America. It’s only been dusted off and reintroduced in the last few years as a way to stir up interracial strife. Ironically, the song being pushed by the Left to attack Republicans was written by a Republican.

          • Jarek February 3, 2024 at 1:47 pm #

            Trump promised Blacks the “Platinum Plan” – a benefits package that would have outdone Johnson’s Great Society. Why wouldn’t they like him? In contrast, Whites are so far gone that they don’t even know or care which side their bread is buttered on.

            Bob, you are nothing but an absolute fool.

          • Uncle Bob February 4, 2024 at 11:09 pm #

            So your solution is what? Kill the non-whites and non-Catholics and hope you have enough white Catholics left to fight off the hordes? Brilliant plan — you’re another George fucking Patton.

      • cowbell81 February 2, 2024 at 10:25 am #

        Good point, they wouldn’t have much of any history if we hadn’t opened up so many opportunities to them. They would still be fighting on the Serengeti wearing their straw skirts, sharpening sticks and eating bugs from the termite mounds.

        • Jarek February 2, 2024 at 1:42 pm #

          Don’t denigrate that. As Kipling said:

          Here’s to you Fuzzy Wuzzy
          Down in the Sudan.
          You’re a poor benighted heathen
          But you’re an A1 fighting man.

          Once all of our Blacks are back there, working for the Reich in Africa, we can truly appreciate their good qualities (be they ever so few) a-gain.

        • Beryl of Oyl February 2, 2024 at 1:58 pm #

          Nobody can tell me the Masai didn’t set a standard of coolness.

          • cowbell81 February 2, 2024 at 2:02 pm #

            “The Gods Must be Crazy” … a classic movie. “Click click, cluck cluck”

          • Uncle Bob February 3, 2024 at 1:19 pm #

            I want no part of fighting against Masai.

          • Jarek February 3, 2024 at 1:49 pm #

            The much celebrated Amazon warriors of that slave kingdom in West Africa (forget the name)?

            French bayonet men made short work of them.

      • BackRowHeckler February 2, 2024 at 10:26 am #

        Its wall-to-wall Black History Month on the local airwaves. I haven’t seen anything like it since ‘Pride Month’ last June. Meanwhile, President Zelensky has hinted at a renewed ‘Spring Offensive’ to drive the Russians out of Crimea … if only he can get his mitts on that $65 billion those rascally Republicans — and a few Democrat — are holding up in the House.

        • Beryl of Oyl February 2, 2024 at 2:00 pm #

          Maybe those oligarchs who stole however much money it was in the last shipment can drive the Russians out in the luxury cars they bought.

      • buckeyeman February 2, 2024 at 10:42 am #

        Wiz: You only say that because Wakanda was so successful in keeping their highly advanced society a secret. You remember Wakanda, don’t you? It was the society SO ADVANCED that they chose their leader (a KING) by having a spear fight underneath a waterfall. Whoever slaughters his opponent with a spear becomes the leader of the HIGHLY ADVANCED secret black civilization. Not like the rest of black “civilizations” at all.

        • Wizard of the Saddle February 2, 2024 at 11:30 am #


          Wakanda, you say?

          So much for my theory. Sigh….

        • Jarek February 2, 2024 at 1:43 pm #

          Is it not said that good shall conquer evil? Trial by combat is the test.

  2. DanandMary February 2, 2024 at 9:24 am #

    When the draft begins, who will be shocked when the mega-majority of ‘low numbers’ are all located in the reddest of red states?

    • tuco22 February 2, 2024 at 9:44 am #

      You have to wonder what physical standards they’re going to waive for a draft; the latest numbers I saw said that only 17% of the American population of military age is fit for the military.

      • tuco22 February 2, 2024 at 9:52 am #

        In any case, the training and leadership will be so poor that they’ll be slaughtered on the battlefield.

        • tuco22 February 2, 2024 at 9:52 am #

          Who do you suppose Joe will blame when that happens?

          • cowbell81 February 2, 2024 at 10:01 am #

            Exactly, and who did he blame for the disastrous exit strategy in Afghanistan?

          • Cankerpuss February 2, 2024 at 10:18 am #

            T rump. Of course.

        • tuco22 February 2, 2024 at 9:54 am #

          In fact, I just found out that two of those three reservists killed were women.

          • tuco22 February 2, 2024 at 10:03 am #

            Cowbell: I forgot who he blamed for Afghanistan; was it white supremacy or MAGA republicans or Trump? or all three?

          • Socrates-Detroit February 2, 2024 at 10:09 am #

            They had no business being in the US military, and the US government had not business sending them there.

            The US border with Mexico is largely undefended yet the US had 900 little bases all over the world.

            Why would any thinking person enlist after the Patriot Act?

            Goebbels himself could not have come up with a better name for this massive abuse of the US Constitution and diminishment of Americans’ rights.

            The good news is that the “Woke” military is having recruiting problems in general, and problems recruiting white males in particular.

            And that’s before factoring in the rather “unfit to serve” condition of most American young men.


          • Wizard of the Saddle February 2, 2024 at 10:29 am #


            When I saw the photos of the two black females who got whacked in Syria by the drone strike my first thoughts was: “Well, that’ll be two less mindless votes for Joe Biden in November.”

            So, what the hell, let him send more of his diversity squad military hires over there to get blown up. The Ayatollah’s will help us elect Trump with ever bomb they hurl at the Rainbow Corps!

          • draupnir February 2, 2024 at 11:20 am #

            My advice to any young woman drafted unwilling is to get pregnant at once. Even our government doesn’t send pregnant women into war zones. They can ride out their service in a nice, cushy, desk job state side. That’s what the sister of my daughter’s friend did when she found out she was going to Afganistan. In fact, she had three children during her four-year hitch.

          • Beryl of Oyl February 2, 2024 at 12:34 pm #

            Draupnir, the military became quite unserious some time ago.

            I suppose if men can join up to get “gender reassignment” courtesy of the taxpayer, then women signing up to have their families subsidized isn’t any worse.

          • draupnir February 2, 2024 at 5:34 pm #

            Beryl, it was more akin to the old, tried and true action of shooting oneself in the foot to avoid action and highly effective, with fewer professional repercussions, too.

      • RD3 February 2, 2024 at 10:26 am #

        I also read that a shockingly high percentage have weak bone structure and that training techniques have had to be scaled back because there were so many fractures. It looks like the campaign to take milk whole out of schools has really paid off. I see lots of kids drinking Prime and Gatorade. It does a body good.

        • tuco22 February 2, 2024 at 10:46 am #

          Yeah, I remember some women had ankle or foot problems with their boots in basic training. I was blessed to escape that. I personally think that that was a result of having never worn “dress” shoes as kids, or always having worn what we used to call “tennies.”

          • RD3 February 2, 2024 at 10:51 am #

            I was vague. What I read was that young American soldiers, of both sexes, have weaker bone structures than past generations and that training techniques which were standard in the past have had to be changed because of how physically weak the kids are these days. It makes sense. They eat garbage, stare at screens all day, do no manual labor, rarely exercise, are poisoned with various pharmaceuticals and chemicals. How could it go any other way?

          • Beryl of Oyl February 2, 2024 at 12:38 pm #

            Are the boots women’s boots, or are they the same boots they give the men?

            There are anatomical differences in feet.

          • RD3 February 2, 2024 at 12:54 pm #

            Are the boots made for walking?

          • Jarek February 2, 2024 at 1:48 pm #

            In some military academies, the male cadets must don high heels now and then. Real men aren’t threatened by this perhaps? Is it a test? Or a way to destroy morale and the masculine mystique and ethos?

            Of course a military that insists on such test isn’t worth being in or submitting to.

          • RD3 February 2, 2024 at 1:52 pm #

            Well, that pales in comparison to what the Roman military engaged in.

          • Beryl of Oyl February 2, 2024 at 2:02 pm #

            The boots are made for marching, silly.

            BTW, anyone else know how to march? I learned in public school.

            I was pretty good at it.

        • Wizard of the Saddle February 2, 2024 at 11:33 am #

          It’s not the lack of milk. It’s the lack of MEAT in the diet. All this vegetarian propaganda dominates how school plate lunches are concocted.

          When I was a wee lad in elementary school we were not duped. We ate all of the meat and DUMPED the vegetables, fruits, and jello into the trash cans. LOL…

          • Beryl of Oyl February 2, 2024 at 12:43 pm #

            Michelle Obama was making school lunch dietary requirements line up with the USDA guidelines that Big Food wrote, so that the processed stuff they sold to the schools fit the requirements exactly.

            Whenever there is a discussion of school lunches, people start screaming about the parents’ responsibility and they all forget that their school had a cafeteria where you could sit down and eat a hot meal instead of brining it from home.

          • Prospero February 2, 2024 at 1:06 pm #

            When I was in elementary school, the school lunches always had meat, with the exception of Fridays. Peanut butter sandwiches were served on Friday in order to pacify followers of the supreme pontiff, the Pope of Rome. We also had Christmas and Easter vacations, which have been renamed to pacify the multitudes of non-Christians.

          • Jarek February 2, 2024 at 1:49 pm #

            Yet the most long lived people eat much of this trash. Jello is the same as fruit and vegetables? Really?

            And McDonald’s is real meat too, right?

        • crudgemudgeon February 2, 2024 at 2:08 pm #

          An injury can become a million dollar wound now that we compensate for every injury. Example: a coworker saw his “battle buddy” shoot himself in the foot in the 90’s. Later on, the coworker listed that traumatic experience as causing his depression. The depression, coupled with a back injury (that somehow doesn’t prevent him from remodeling his home), nets him 100% disability. Basically, he decided to retire at 44 years old and the government, ever mindful of our wounded warriors’ needs, accommodated him.

          I wonder how he feels when he sees those commercials for the REAL wounded warriors?

          I know he sniggers when I mention people that work until full retirement age. “Suckers!”

          • Blackbird February 2, 2024 at 8:32 pm #

            “I wonder how he feels when he sees those commercials for the REAL wounded warriors?”

            Reminds me of a former friend who bed-wetted his way out of boot camp, but rides around in a bigass pick-up truck emblazoned with “Once a Marine, Always a Marine!” stickers.

      • BackRowHeckler February 2, 2024 at 10:32 am #

        Well, General Milley stated more than once that Transgenders “living their best life” make the best soldiers. So there you go, a few Divisions of Trans fluid Gen Zers — led by Admiral Rachel Levine (Stunning & Brave) & fighting under the multi colored ‘Pride Flag’ should have no trouble at all matching up against Russian Spetznatz or Chinese Elite Marines.

        • RD3 February 2, 2024 at 10:42 am #

          Once they started awarding medals for playing video games, it opened the door for all of these types of queers to be “soldiers.”

          • RD3 February 2, 2024 at 10:43 am #

            If you command a drone strike from your couch while you’re beating off and eating Cheetos, does that make you a war hero?

          • TruthSeeker1986 February 2, 2024 at 11:10 am #

            LOL @RD3 that was hilarious as hell!

          • vengeur February 2, 2024 at 11:19 am #

            Miley wants to form an all gay commando outfit, “The Flirty Dozen”.

          • RD3 February 2, 2024 at 4:21 pm #


          • Uncle Bob February 4, 2024 at 11:11 pm #

            “Honey, why are your boxers orange?”

            “You wouldn’t understand, Mom!”

        • Wizard of the Saddle February 2, 2024 at 11:35 am #

          I’m not sure I’d be allowed sufficient time to finish my bucket of popcorn while watching that shit-show before all of the Woke Warriors lay dead – piled high all around their Pride Flag.

        • Jarek February 2, 2024 at 1:52 pm #

          It’s fascinating: Years ago Lady Gaga said get rid of the straight soldiers in favor of the trannies. She seemed to know what was coming. Her fans roared their approval.

          Are you ready to start supporting the good guys now? And yes, that means Russian Fascists. I don’t expect you to support the Chinese who will never have good will towards us.

          • RD3 February 2, 2024 at 1:55 pm #

            My sister-in-law is still convinced that “Lady Gaga” is a dude in drag.

          • Blackbird February 2, 2024 at 8:35 pm #

            RD, so your sister-in-law must be totally on to Big Mike…

            “Lady Gaga” a dude in protein-based drag…

          • RD3 February 2, 2024 at 8:49 pm #

            Probably. We haven’t discussed Big Mike, but she did show me several early pictures of Gaga where it looks like it has a cock under the leotard. Who knows anymore. I just assume everything is fake. If I ever get in trouble for anything going forward, I’m just going to claim it was a deepfake.

          • Ron Anselmo February 2, 2024 at 10:49 pm #

            Exactly RD3 – the refrain used to be, “It wasn’t me, I was at church”, now it’s, “It wasn’t me, it was a deepfake”.

    • PeteAtomic February 2, 2024 at 3:10 pm #

      A draft will fail in the US.

      There is only a small percentage of 18- to 26-year-olds who are eligible to serve at the moment.

      Obesity, criminal records, intellectual failure, and drugs have made American youth collective retards. Playing Nintendo switch, making Only Fans vids & manufacturing drugs are all most of them are capable of.

  3. Mac February 2, 2024 at 9:29 am #

    Can a hologram see its own shadow?

    • tuco22 February 2, 2024 at 9:42 am #

      Not of which I am aware.

  4. DyersEve February 2, 2024 at 9:56 am #

    Hey Joe – if you’re going to reinstate a draft can I (strongly) suggest that you fill that shit army chock full of brand new illegals? You know, since they love America so much and will do anything at all to prove that dedication and love. I mean, these folks just want to serve America – the land of the free, home of the brave – so let’s give ’em a shot. What could possibly go wrong? Fucking idiots…

    • tuco22 February 2, 2024 at 9:57 am #

      Well, that’s why on the Claymore mine the words “Front toward enemy” are imprinted in raised letters on the front of the mine.

      • Jimpa February 2, 2024 at 10:11 am #

        Is it in Spanish too?

        • tuco22 February 2, 2024 at 10:15 am #

          I don’t think so, but it’s been awhile since I’ve seen one.

          • RD3 February 2, 2024 at 10:28 am #

            Did you ever read Ragnar Benson’s book on the subject?

        • Vegan Shark February 2, 2024 at 6:10 pm #

          Is it in Spanish too?

          Yes, as well as 26 other languages overheard in New York one afternoon. Plus Esperanto, in case sensitive Esperanto speakers might be offended.

      • Uncle.Al February 2, 2024 at 11:08 am #

        *”Frente hacia la panocha”* Imagine Colonel Islam awakening one morning to find all his tanks up on cinder blocks with their radios missing, the mess hall stinking of cumin, and all six of his daughters pregnant.

        “It isn’t a war crime the first time.”

    • hmuller February 2, 2024 at 10:15 am #

      Filling the ranks with “illegal aliens” was a major reason for Rome’s decline. In time those newcomers became generals, then emperors.

      • tuco22 February 2, 2024 at 10:47 am #

        RD3; No, I have not.

        • RD3 February 2, 2024 at 11:01 am #

          Order at your own risk. I’m sure it will put you on the list I’m already on.

        • RD3 February 2, 2024 at 11:02 am #

          That’s if you can even still purchase it legally. Or any of his other books for that matter.

          • Rowdypiglet February 2, 2024 at 11:19 am #

            Ragnar Benson’s books can be read for free at the Internet Archive. If you’re so inclined, read them before they shut the whole thing down.

          • tuco22 February 2, 2024 at 11:59 am #

            Who is Ragnar Benson?

          • RD3 February 2, 2024 at 5:33 pm #

            No one really knows. Look him up sometime.

    • JackStraw February 2, 2024 at 10:16 am #

      That’s probably the plan, because those brand new illegals will have little compunction to shoot at US civilians.

      • RD3 February 2, 2024 at 10:29 am #

        Naomi Wolf recently said that 27,000 of the recent invaders were Chinese military men.

        • tuco22 February 2, 2024 at 10:49 am #

          This would be in line with Henry Gruver’s vision of a Chinese military invasion of the US. Our elected representatives who have facilitated this think they’re going to have a seat at the table of the aftermath, but nobody likes traitors, even if they use them.

        • Wizard of the Saddle February 2, 2024 at 11:36 am #

          I shudder to think of how widespread the sabotage will be if the balloon ever goes up with China over Taiwan.

      • Blackbird February 2, 2024 at 8:40 pm #

        Jack, I was gonna say the same thing.

        Be careful what you wish for – it may show up at your front door and shoot you in the face.

    • BackRowHeckler February 2, 2024 at 10:37 am #

      Well, for one thing a group of illegals beat the sh#t out of an NYPD officer on the streets of Manhattan a few days ago; they were arrested, released on their own recognizance, and were last seen on a greyhound bus headed west.

      • Wizard of the Saddle February 2, 2024 at 11:37 am #

        When they debark from their Greyhound Bus in Sacramento I hear Gov. Gruesome will be there to pin Heroes of the California Soviet State onto their chests for valor.

      • Beryl of Oyl February 2, 2024 at 12:46 pm #

        The governor says deporting them is something that “should be looked at”.

        That was pretty daring.

        Mayor Adams now wants to let them vote. He learned his lesson.

        • RD3 February 2, 2024 at 1:06 pm #

          “Daring?” We’re 100 million past daring…

    • elysianfield February 2, 2024 at 11:51 am #

      Why do you not think that military and law enforcement service was/is a primary goal?

      They will obey orders, and have little concern for your freedoms, or your culture.

      • Beryl of Oyl February 2, 2024 at 12:47 pm #

        Obama did say he wanted a federal police force.

        • Jarek February 2, 2024 at 1:55 pm #

          But it’s ok because Blacks are pretty patriotic.

          • Blackbird February 2, 2024 at 8:41 pm #

            Jars, are you trying to stick your words in other people’s mouths again?

          • Jarek February 2, 2024 at 10:59 pm #

            That’s what she said. What is your problem, O white (actually dark) knight. Is it your chivalry problem again? Try pepto-bismol.

    • PeteAtomic February 2, 2024 at 3:11 pm #

      Currently “aliens” are exempt from the draft. So that would need to be changed for the millions of illegals to be eligible.

      Right now, allowing illegal aliens to enlist is being considered.

  5. Wizard of the Saddle February 2, 2024 at 10:10 am #

    I think it is pretty much guaranteed that if the Democrats remain in office past 2024 that they will start inducting illegal aliens into the military. They will do it in order to quickly make citizens out of them who can vote. They will also so it so that they have an obedient army of foreign mercenaries that they can sic on the American people with 100% confidence that they will open fire on American civilians when ordered to do so.

    Never has it been more imperative to push Trump over the finish line. Even if he fails to keep 95% of his promises. Even if Congress and the states obstruct his whole agenda. At least it denies the Democrats control of the Executive Branch for 4 years. At the very least, it limits the damage and slows the rate of collapse to give all of us more time to prepare for what is inevitably going to be a very rough road ahead.

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    • Cankerpuss February 2, 2024 at 10:17 am #

      Wizard, your post has hope but Trump will never walk in the White House again. If he isn’t sitting in jail he’ll be pushing daisies. Besides, the problems that ail us as a nation are not going to be resolved by one man with a massive ego. Americans need to fix themselves first. Just take a trip to a local Walmart and you’ll see the problem. The obesity. The sloth. The purple hair. The tattoos. The lip rings. The filth. We as a people are sick, deeply sick, and until we right ourselves we will never see change in our leadership roles.

      • Wizard of the Saddle February 2, 2024 at 10:34 am #

        I share a lot of your black pilled thinking on this Cankerpuss, but I will still march to the polls on Election Day because I don’t like contributing to a self-fulfilling prophesy of defeat. If Trump lives to take office he limits damage and buys time. The Republic is still doomed since the damage is too severe, but I’m 61 and I’m all for buying as much time as possible before I wake up one morning to find myself living in the world’s largest LARP of Venezuela.

        At that point, I’m up for going kinetic, assuming a few Southern States show as much gumption to pull out of this mess as they did in the 1860’s. We’ll just have to wait and see.

        Like I said in another post this morning, I have an Alamo mentality at this point. If I’m going down, I’m taking a whole lotta Wokesters down with me. There is nobility in selling one’s life dearly even when the cause is without hope.

        • elysianfield February 2, 2024 at 11:57 am #

          Consider that Weimar Germany evinced all the issues now prevalent in our country. The good news is that they retook their culture. The bad news is that tens of millions had to die to see the resurgence.

          Think Dresden….

          • Jarek February 2, 2024 at 2:08 pm #

            So the resurgence was the cucked, modern Germany after the Allies got thru castrating it? The Germany of Merkel and her Muslim rape monkeys?

            You appall me. BRH has taken over your brain.

          • elysianfield February 2, 2024 at 3:55 pm #

            Think rebuilding Berlin and the major cities in the late 40’s…early 50’s…now? Not so much.

          • BackRowHeckler February 2, 2024 at 4:05 pm #

            Ely, S&W Model 1854, what do you think?

            What a surprise! A little pricey at $1350 but I’ll bet they sell a ton of them. Getting great reviews. LA, never count it out. Between Henry, Ruger (Marlin), S&W, Rossi, the Italians & the Japanese they’re making as many now as they did in 1899.

          • elysianfield February 3, 2024 at 1:40 am #

            I’ve owned numerous 44 mag rifles. The Winchester model was junk. The Marlin OK The Ruger Deerstalkers OK, The best of the bunch is the Remington 788 in 44 Mag. The only pistol caliber in a rifle I might own, other than the 44 magnums is a Rossi copy of the Winchester 1892 in 45 Colt…and a Colt 1905 in 38/357..and the Remington Rolling Block in 45 ACP…and the small Martini rifles in 32-20….

            I don’t really own these rifles, but I know a guy that does….

            The S&W offering appears more a Marlin than anything else in the market. S&W may not be making the rifle, but rebranding from some other maker. They have done this in the past.

        • Blackbird February 2, 2024 at 8:45 pm #

          Your last paragraph Wiz – that’s all we’ve got left at this point.

      • Rowdypiglet February 2, 2024 at 11:34 am #

        @Cankerpuss, In fairness to Wizard, he never said that Trump would resolve all our problems or even that he would keep more than 5% of his promises. Five percent would be something and, at this point, buying a bit of time may be all that’s possible. No one, even the best we could imagine and without any of Trump’s defects of personality, could make a significant difference now.

        You’re right about the depths to which we’ve sunk as a people, and the need to fix ourselves. Nature and reality may solve that problem for us if we reach a point where the slothful, purple haired, reality averse find they must either do some real work or lie down and die. If all of them had to milk cows and shovel manure, they would very soon either toughen up and adapt or be harvested. For a certainty, their collections of weird, nonsensical, illogical beliefs would vanish overnight. I suspect most would simply die, being completely dependent on a level of care that would no longer be provided. We’ll lose a lot that we value in that process, but we’ll also experience a reset of the zeitgeist in favor of reality.

        • Wizard of the Saddle February 2, 2024 at 11:42 am #

          Since Wokesters tend to be concentrated in cities and cities and city people tend to have the fewest basic human survival skills, my prediction is that if they manage to collapse our civilization they will be signing their own death warrants. I figure 95% of them would be dead of starvation, de-hydration, disease, and random street violence within 180 days after the collapse of the grid, food deliveries, etc.

          So, the good news is that rural folks in Red America simply need to be armed to the teeth so as to be able to repel “The Golden Horde” when it comes flooding out of these urban hellholes in search of sustenance.

        • Cankerpuss February 2, 2024 at 11:56 am #

          True, Rowdy. Don’t get me wrong. I’d much rather have the 5% good that Trump would do if he were, by some miraculous divinely appointed event, win the executive than the thick filth that is emanating from Washington these days.

          I just don’t have much hope anymore.

          • beantownbill. February 2, 2024 at 1:10 pm #

            Me too.

          • Blackbird February 2, 2024 at 8:47 pm #

            Hope – the opiate of the masses.

    • Beryl of Oyl February 2, 2024 at 10:17 am #

      Exactly. They will be eligible to apply for citizenship after as little as one day of military service. If they get fast-tracked on their citizenship applications, they will be voting in no time.

      The process takes years for legal immigrants.

      There has always been the military service as a pathway to citizenship for those who don’t otherwise meet the requirements, or at least for a long time.

      Whether it applies to illegal immigrants or not will be moot, because all of a sudden ‘migrants’ have rights in America that citizens don’t even have.

      • tuco22 February 2, 2024 at 10:59 am #

        Hey, but keep voting for those elected representatives. Seriously, though, we’re “represented” in the sense that the people of Kazakstan, for instance, were “represented” in the old Soviet Union. What they needed or wanted was not what they got from their “representative.”

      • Jarek February 2, 2024 at 2:11 pm #

        Well Black officers will teach them about our ways and the constitution, get them on the straight and narrow. Show them who the real Americans are and aren’t. You’re the wrong skin color!

    • tuco22 February 2, 2024 at 10:21 am #

      Hey, Wizard, I have to agree with you. But I think they’ll de facto citizenize them before they suck them into the military. I wish I was more optimistic about Trump getting into the white house, but the hoi polloi of those states with democrat governors who allowed and even encouraged blm and antifa to riot and burn cities know that if Trump gets in again, those democrat governors will allow the rioting again, and the hoi polloi are going to choose the path of least resistance, as it were. They want “peace and safety” over anything else.

      • Wizard of the Saddle February 2, 2024 at 10:45 am #

        There is no question, Tuco, that the entire Open Borders play is designed to rapidly topple the European majority in the country. This can only be accomplished with a migrant blitzkrieg followed-up by schemes to convert them into voting citizens as rapidly as possible.

        Fear of Trump has had an accelerationist effect on Democrats. They have thrown all caution to the winds and all fig leafs aside about what they are up to. The border is WIDE OPEN and they are trying to suck in millions before Trump has a chance to slam the door shut and begin deportations.

        Thankfully, this brazen and panicky move by the Dems appears to have awakened ever larger numbers of voters. Immigration has zoomed to the top as the #1 issue in this election – even surpassing widespread dismay and concerns about rampaging inflation. I think this is significant and I think that the Texas fight has greatly ramped up our advantage using the flood of illegal aliens as the killer campaign issue for 2024.

        Evidence of this can be seen in the ever-obedient MSM which – after initially screaming about Texas – has now gone almost SILENT because they see that news coverage of this standoff is only helping Trump and the GOP. You have to go to alternative Right news sites on the internet to keep up with the news coming out of Eagle Pass now.

        The fact that Joe “blinked first” last week by failing to federalize the Texas National Guard was a HUGE LETDOWN to the Rachel Maddows of the world. Last Friday was the “deadline” given by the Feds for Texas to give the Border Patrol access to Shelby Party. Texas told Biden to go pound sand. They further signaled their defiance at the headquarters of the Texas Military Department by hauling down the Yankee Rag from their flagpole and running up a massive Lone Star Flag with a “Come and Take It” Gonzales Flag of 1835.

        This is not exactly the sort of “optics” that the Regime in Washington wants to give much air time to.

        So, clearly, the immigration issue is the wedge issue of the year. This is the fight to watch in the coming weeks.

        • Jarek February 2, 2024 at 2:14 pm #

          I didn’t know about the flag incident. Abbott is unworthy of such men. He was over in India trying to get more brown workers. You can’t make this stuff up.

          • PeteAtomic February 2, 2024 at 3:13 pm #

            It’s all theatrical.

          • TruthSeeker1986 February 3, 2024 at 12:57 am #

            Then he really is a piece of fucking shit….And here I thought he was trying to save Texas….But he’s over in India doing shit like that?

        • Blackbird February 2, 2024 at 9:00 pm #

          “This is not exactly the sort of “optics” that the Regime in Washington wants to give much air time to.”

          Oh,I think it is. Those are the kind of “optics” that will energize their base. The idea that the angry, white, Christian crazies are on the verge of revolt will drive their sheeple into the end-justifies-the-means corral.

    • Prospero February 2, 2024 at 1:16 pm #

      We are continuously reminded by non-governmental news agencies that many, in the vast hoards of illegal aliens invading the US, are military age men. It’s all starting to make sense now.

    • megabeth February 3, 2024 at 11:31 am #

      During the thick of the Iraq war, I believe we were sending illegal conscripts, with the promise of citizenship.

  6. TPTB-USA February 2, 2024 at 10:12 am #

    “Victoria Nuland, the renowned State Department girlie war-hawk, says she’s confident that Congress will pass the new $61 billion aid package for the Z-team, according to Radio Free Europe, the blob’s official propaganda outlet.” ~ JHK

    Gonzalo Lira describes that “Victoria Nuland’s” agenda is to corrupt a government to the point where the country is “prostrate” and the assets can then be stripped.

    Joe Biden, sitting in front of a wall with Council of Foreign Relations (CFR) wallpaper, brags about his contribution to corruption in Ukraine.

    One need look no further than Argentina to see an example of how easy it is to strip a country of their assets:

    MERVAL 11/01/2022 = 153,002 … 01/18/2024 = 1,133,638 … 641% Appreciation
    USDARS 11/01/2022 = 157 … 01/18/2024 = 819 … 422% Appreciation
    DXY 11/01/2022 = 111.48 … 01/18/2024 = 103.54 … 7% Depreciation
    EURUSD 11/01/2022 = 0.99 … 01/18/2024 = 1.09 … 10% Appreciation
    GOLD 11/01/2022 = 1648 … 01/18/2024 = 2023 … 23% Appreciation
    US30 11/01/2022 = 32148 … 01/18/2024 = 37451 … 16% Appreciation
    US500 11/01/2022 = 3856 … 01/18/2024 = 4784 … 24% Appreciation
    USNDX 11/01/2022 = 11289 … 01/18/2024 = 17001 … 51% Appreciation

    … and by now it should be obvious that “Joe Biden” is corrupt. And, my bet is that it will be just a hop, skip, and a jump before the assets of America are stripped.

    • Beryl of Oyl February 2, 2024 at 10:25 am #

      They didn’t have far to go with Ukraine.

      What I found odd about Lira’s reporting (among many other things) is that he was so insistent that we all see Zelensky as a “degenerate”.

      Yes, there is some evidence that he may very well have a coke habit.

      A wealthy entertainer with a cocaine addiction? Who ever heard of such a thing!

      Does that make one a degenerate?

      A for the playacting with the costumery, we don’t know if that was his own idea or something that was required of him.

      We knew what would happen to any money that was handed over to Ukraine, no matter who was in charge.

      I believe their were Republicans in Congress who were against any sort of accounting before handing out more cash.

      If the Ukraine President were clean as a whistle, or as dirty as they come, what would be different?

      • TPTB-USA February 2, 2024 at 11:34 am #

        “If the Ukraine President were clean as a whistle, or as dirty as they come, what would be different?” ~ Beryl of Oyl

        Lira pointed out in some detail the difference between how Ukraine remains corrupt, while Putin took steps to clean-up the corruption. As you point out, there may be no difference, but my guess is that the odds are in your favor if you use dirty to promote corruption.

        Do you think Lira reverse engineered his Tale? Do you think we are dealing with an international coup? Do you think the CFR is doing a number on USA?

        “The Bilderberg network allegedly controls a number of think tanks and corporations that influence governmental policy around the world.

        One such institution is the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), the U.S. nonprofit, nonpartisan center that influences foreign policy and international affairs.”

        Special Report: The World’s Most Powerful Secret Societies: Who’s Really Running the World?

        • Beryl of Oyl February 2, 2024 at 1:08 pm #

          I don’t know what to think, TPTB.

          Putin did take steps to clean up corruption. Putin is a much older man and not someone whose background was in show business.

          Look at the problems that Donald Trump faced, just by declaring his intention to clean up a few things a little bit.

          We know by now that there was an earnest attempt made by the Ukrainian president to end the war.

          Would not that have been an end to at least some of the corruption?

          The large sums of money being laundered under the guise of the war.

          That was us. We kept it going.

          How does that reconcile with the president being as corrupt as they come, a real degenerate?

          I am not saying that this is Ukraine good/ Russia bad or Zelensky good Putin bad or anything.

          I’m saying that we are being told a lot of things that don’t seem to fit with what little we do know, and Lia was one of the people whoo was telling us things that didn’t fit.

          • Jarek February 2, 2024 at 2:17 pm #

            He died in torment because of trying to tell us the truth. You don’t like him because he smoked or something, right?

          • TPTB-USA February 2, 2024 at 6:26 pm #

            “We know by now that there was an earnest attempt made by the Ukrainian president to end the war.” ~ Beryl of Oyl

            I didn’t realize that you were talking about Zelensky.

            There is plenty of information that would imply that is not the case.

            For anyone interested in a through assessment, the following is very good; and if you can’t take the time, listen for about 8 minutes starting at the 44 minute mark.

            The causes and consequences of the Ukraine war A lecture by John J. Mearsheimer

            … and from another source:
            The Ukraine People Must Overthrow Zelensky to Save Their Country

            Lira also walked through much of this.

      • TPTB-USA February 2, 2024 at 3:35 pm #

        “What I found odd about Lira’s reporting (among many other things) is that he was so insistent that we all see Zelensky as a “degenerate”.” ~ Beryl of Oyl

        If true, would the following classify Zelensky as a “degenerate”?

        Zelensky’s Kill List includes Children – Anyone who is a Critic

    • Socrates-Detroit February 2, 2024 at 10:47 am #

      Four decades ago, President Reagan managed to stop the Israeli slaughter in the Palestinian refugee camps with one five-minute phone call to (Likudnik) Israeli Prime Minister Begin.

      After the Reagan deployed US Marines to Beirut, to restore calm in the aftermath of the Israeli invasion of Lebanon, in October 1983, a suicide truck bomb blew up a Marine barracks, killing 241 US Marines.

      A terrible tragedy.

      Reagan pulled the US troops out, recognizing that in the end, this was not a vital US interest.

      Now, to the best of MY knowledge, Reagan did not get $4.2 million in campaign contributions from pro-Israel lobbyists and individuals.

      One would think JHK would share this rather important fact–that between 1990 and 2016, Senator, later VP, Joe Biden got the most pro-Israel funding of any US politician.

      Number two: one Senator Menendez from NJ.

      Number three: one Senator Clinton from NY.

      Yep, our host is quick to mock all three of these as crooks and fakes, rightfully so, but like the mainstream media, when it comes to Israel, inconvenient truths are painted out. If I find the link that stated $4.2 million to Biden, $2.x to Menendez, and $1.x million to Hillary, I’ll put in. It seemed very credible.

      The Middle East is generally a volatile, dangerous area, for many reasons.

      If there is wider war in the Middle East, the spark will be the genocidal Israeli attack on Gaza on Oct 08.

      The pretext for the Israeli attack (which has gotten to be such old news I’m numb to the slaughter of the poor Palestinians, and don’t know if we are at 25,000 or 30,000 known dead) was the Hamas attack of Oct 07.

      The pretext for the Hamas attack (which it appears the highest levels of the Israeli government knew about, and deliberately pulled back security, kind of like Nancy Pelosi and the Capitol Police) was years of abuses, accentuated by some 200 killings in the West Bank (a much higher rate than usual) and abuses at the Moslem Al-Aqsa Mosque.

      The pretext for Hamas was there–the precise reason(s) why they struck in October, I cannot know, though conjecture says the heightened abuses combined with the fear they were forgotten about by the Saudis… whatever, it really is irrelevant. The Israelis are occupiers, and make Jim Crow look like a nice summer day compared to the apartheid reality, one with no hope.

      By buying US politicians in general, and one Joe Biden in particular, Israel has the US constantly supporting its abuses.

      While America has ALWAYS supported Israel, and always ensure that Israel had a qualitative advantage over the Arabs, US Presidents were not always Israeli lapdogs. That started with LBJ. LBJ did not wish to upset wealthy Jews who provided HALF the Democratic Party’s funds, so when Israel attempted to sink the USS Liberty in 1967, to blind the US to the Israeli sneak attack which is how Israel acquired the West Bank and Gaza, and killed 32 US sailors in the process, LBJ explicitly said nothing and didn’t even allow nearby elements of the 6th Fleet (that’s the US Navy in the Med) to come the assistance of the Liberty.

      It’s why Jonathan Pollard was freed by the Obama, the supposed “Israel-hater”.

      So, while the blob is obfuscating and confusing the public, the there is no daylight between the blob and Israel, because Israel is the blob, and the blob is Israel. That is why the blob “coalesced” behind Biden to “stop Trump”.

      Now Trump is Israel’s boy also, but the blob did not want Trump.

      These occasional, very mild “concerns” about the humanitarian costs of the Israeli attack on Gaza are for show, like professional wrestling.

      • Socrates-Detroit February 2, 2024 at 10:49 am #

        ….Reagan told Begin to stop the slaughter in Palestinian refugee camps in LEBANON… Israel had invaded Lebanon, where Sharon earned the epithet, “the butcher of Beirut” for the killings of civilians in refugee camps near or in Beirut.

        sorry for the omission.

        • Socrates-Detroit February 2, 2024 at 7:08 pm #

          According to Open Secrets, “following the money in politics”, between 1990-2014

          our MAIN MAN, Mr “if you don’t vote for me you ain’t black” Joe Biden gets the GOLD medal:

          $4,346,264 in pro-Israel campaign contributions from 1990-2014.

          34 years on the LEGAL take. $127, 831 a year.

          SILVER MEDAL

          Senator Bob Menendez, D-NJ, $2,483,285

          BRONZE MEDAL, Senator Hillary Clinton, D-NY, $2,358,112

          Mostly Dems, but Mitch McConnell is in the top ten, with almost $2 million. More than Chuck Schumer, who got $1.7 million.

          Have a look, maybe it’s fake news and I’m being played….


          • TPTB-USA February 2, 2024 at 8:36 pm #

            I believe that it was Lira that said that Joe Biden went to Ukraine every 3 months when he was VP.

            Bob Menendez sticks-out like a sore thumb for the 2024 election cycle years ($1,087,010).

            No wonder we are not being represented.

      • TruthSeeker1986 February 2, 2024 at 11:21 am #

        Thanks for going into great detail about all of this, and as I have pointed out numerous times on here…This is why I don’t TRUST TRUMP. I can safely say, fuck him.

      • TPTB-USA February 2, 2024 at 11:50 am #

        Socrates-Detroit, do you think that Bibi is essentially running the US Government?

        Soros pouring money into the Texas election. Armstrong comments that he is funding Nikki Haley’s election as well.

        Sure looks like SMO and the system being gamed to perfection.

        What do you think is the big picture?

        • Beryl of Oyl February 2, 2024 at 1:12 pm #

          I think the US uses Israel. If Israel uses the US back, oh well.

          • RD3 February 2, 2024 at 1:49 pm #

            Come on. You can’t be serious.

            She’s here all week, folks….

          • Jarek February 2, 2024 at 2:19 pm #

            The words of a patriot!

          • TPTB-USA February 2, 2024 at 3:00 pm #

            Macgregor claims “… that the US does not have any foreign policy. Our foreign policy is what Israel dictates. … we are essentially an instrument of Israeli foreign policy.”

            Douglas Macgregor: Daniel Davis – Deep Dive 1/29/2024

        • Socrates-Detroit February 2, 2024 at 3:11 pm #


          2nd question first–the BIG PICTURE:

          The BIG picture is to sow as much chaos and confusion on every front possible, to create a smokescreen to obfuscate the “blob’s” nefarious actions.

          To not only exploit existing divisions, like Black and White, or English-speaking vs Spanish/other, but create NEW ones that did not exist.

          For example, divide people into mRNA vaxxed vs unvaxxed, and punish the unvaxxed.

          Or, changing gender from a characteristic male (penis) and female (vagina) to a….political issue. This not only offends “traditionalists” and EVERY organized religion, but it even divided the traditional feminists, who “fought” for Title 9 “equality” in college sports, and now see men who “feel” they are women competing against women….. and winning and “setting records”.

          Or take away parents’ rights and let their kids legally have things done to them…sex change, abortions, without their parents’ knowledge or consent.

          To alienate everyone further and make people angry, who were not before.

          This is done to obfuscate what is really going on, which is a pedal to the metal drive to enslave humanity. The “blob” wants to create a controlled society where the elites, the blob, using technology on multiple levels, will control humanity.

          While we are arguing about men and women, they are quietly planning the next plandemic and digital electronic currency; they quietly ratcheted up military aid to Ukraine to cause this war, to try to remove a government not subservient to the blob, and break up and exploit a resource rich country. Even as this particular phase fails, it is “dividing” Americans and wasting our money, and that works for the blob. It’s also divided the Slavs, and led to hundreds of thousands of people dying in Ukraine–most of them Ukranians, BTW. But who cares about them…?

          It’s basically the triumph of evil, of the Prince of Darkness and his followers, over whatever vestiges of good remain in this world.

          They are using “climate change” and “DEI” as wedges. They purportedly seek to save the planet and make the world fairer. What they don’t say is that they will do this by making everyone who is not one of them a slave eating bugs whose every aspect of life, when he/she awakes, where they go, what the do, what they eat, when they have sex, will be controlled by THEM.

          Toward that end, they foment strife and division. So, yes Soros will bankroll deviate causes, like District Attorneys who won’t enforce basic laws, or try to influence the Texas election.

          Tomorrow, they are going foment WW3. While that may be part of the plan, so that God can finally return and take over this earth, we still need to oppose evil, and not ignore or encourage it, to “hasten” the Second Coming.

          Now, 1st question, is Bibi running the US government? No, and yes.

          The Israeli government can, and does, control the freedom of action of the US government because of the power of the Israeli lobby.

          Why do you think Jonathan Pollard, purportedly the most damaging spy in US history, is living freely in Israel today, instead of serving his life sentence?

          Why do you think the Israeli government can bulldoze Americans in Israel, even an American JEW, to death with impunity?

          Many of the most eloquent and ardent critics of Israeli policy toward Palestinians happen to be Israeli Jews. Some of them BLAME the US: “with all the aid you’ve given us, there is not incentive to try to compromise with the Palestinans”. I paraphrase Gideon Levy. I hope some of you will google or YouTube him. The Israeli “doves” had as much influence in Israel as Ron Paul supporters had in the US. In the wake of Hamas’ attack, they seem to have even less.

          (by the way, both Ron Paul and the doves make a lot of sense)

          The Israeli ruling class wants it ALL. The events since October 08 have forced me to see reassess and more closely look at the history of Palestine.

          Since Bibi occupies the Prime Ministership, yes, he essentially dictates US policy toward Israel. I believe both Bibi and Sharon, among others, have told Israelis, “don’t worry about the Americans, we control them.” But if Bibi is gone tomorrow, his successor will still largely determine US policy.

          How can the US seriously say “we are concerned about civilian casualties….we have warned Israel about civilian casualties….we conceded there are too many civilian casualties..” and STILL send 20 ship and 200 C-17 loads of more munitions for Israel to use on the Palestinians?

          Who is the US government “serving”?

          Bibi was supported and liked by Sheldon Adelson, a very rich and powerful Jewish American. It helped Bibi get to where he is. The Adelsons are great believers in Greater Israel–if that means Palestinian slavery or removal, so be it.

          A very disproportionate amount of big capital is controlled and/or owned by Jews who, based on how they deploy their political support behind the scenes, share Adelson’s views (or the Adelson’s share their views, no matter), and/or their overt statements, like Bill Ackman, they actively support a Greater Israel with the Palestinians gone or reduced.

          How many prominent academics lost their job over the BS about the “riots” in summer 2020? But, lack of fealty to Israel, and..BOOM, they are gone. Aren’t they?

          At the same time, most, if not all of BIG CAPITAL is going to want to MAKE MORE MONEY WITH MONEY, which is easier with a controlled population, so they are behind a lot of what many CFNers (certainly myself) oppose. Vanguard, State Street, BlackRock, are all pushing for more centralized control to their benefit and to the detriment of “Main Street”.

          They like war because it’s profitable–for them.

          Can anyone name ONE Rothschild who spent time in a concentration camp? Or went in and never came back? No.

          So you have a confluence of interest.

          Thank you for asking.

          • Anon1970 February 3, 2024 at 11:28 am #

            According to William Manchester, author of “The Arms of Krupp”, Robert Rothschild refused to surrender control of his Paris factory to the Nazis and, as a result, was deported to Auschwitz where he was gassed.

          • Socrates-Detroit February 4, 2024 at 4:59 pm #


            Thank you very much for that information.

            So you are saying that Roberth Rothschild was a banker related to the Rothschild family?

            I couldn’t seem to find him on Google. Of course, there is much Google does not know.

            I did find the book you reference, the “Arms of Krupp”.

            Thanks again

      • loosethedogs February 2, 2024 at 12:39 pm #

        Soc: Best Realist Comment D’jour!

        • Socrates-Detroit February 2, 2024 at 3:25 pm #

          Thank you for your kind comment, I am honored!

      • Jarek February 2, 2024 at 2:22 pm #

        White cannot take their own side. Whites refuse to love themselves as a group. Instead they are creatures of obsession, taking the side of one group of aliens or another. Or playing one group against another for class or individual profit.

      • TPTB-USA February 2, 2024 at 3:15 pm #

        “Now Trump is Israel’s boy also, but the blob did not want Trump.” ~ Socrates-Detroit

        Trump cut funding to NATO, wanted to cut funding to WHO, and reduced US funding of the United Nations and other international organizations. This would imply that he wasn’t onboard with the blob’s agenda.

        • OG February 2, 2024 at 3:31 pm #


          … yet still smooching Netanyahu’s butt.

          • TPTB-USA February 2, 2024 at 3:56 pm #

            So our government is the best that money can buy.

            What is the path out of this OG?

          • OG February 2, 2024 at 7:31 pm #

            That is a very good question. One that is much above my pay scale.

            I pray to God to help us through it.

          • Blackbird February 2, 2024 at 9:14 pm #

            “… yet still smooching Netanyahu’s butt.”

            Yup. Kinda hard to explain, so they resort to, “the only democracy in the middle east!”, and “rag heads”…

            When ya got no facts, start slinging shit.

          • TruthSeeker1986 February 3, 2024 at 1:12 am #

            Couldn’t say it any better myself.

        • Socrates-Detroit February 2, 2024 at 3:44 pm #


          Your comments are correct.

          I’m inclined to agree with Trump is not “of the blob”. This is why they stymied him at every turn.

          That said, Trump was very hard on Iran. Trump OK’d the extra-judicial assassination of a General (the Iranian, Soleimani–name may be wrong) of a country we were in a state of (declared) war with.

          Trump moved the US Embassy from Tel-Aviv to Jerusalem.

          Trump gave Israel a lot of aid, probably more than Obama, though I do not know.

          Trump gave Miriam Adelson the highest civilian honor, the US Presidential Medal for Freedom. Do you think it had something to do with the MASSIVE support the widow’s recently deceased husband, Sheldon Adelson, gave the Republicans in 2016?

          I understand Sheldon was a regular at the Oval Office. So, yes, I stand by my comment that Trump was Israel’s boy.

          Trump ratcheted up the flow of US aid to Ukraine by giving them weapons (which served the blob’s interest).

          I’m inclined to think that Trump thought “this is dumb, I like this Putin fellow, we don’t have any quarrels with him, he might help us with ISIS”, and in public, the two men had good photo ops.

          BUT, under the Trump Administration, more Russian diplomatic staff was expelled from the US (and the Russians retaliated in kind) than any administration until then–maybe any period.

          That’s doing the blob’s bidding.

          • TPTB-USA February 2, 2024 at 4:08 pm #

            Socrates-Detroit, your detailed replies would substantiate:

            Gonzalo Lira describes that “Victoria Nuland’s” agenda is to corrupt a government to the point where the country is “prostrate” and the assets can then be stripped.

            … as well as the 2030 Agenda.

            What do you see as the way out of this?

          • TPTB-USA February 2, 2024 at 9:18 pm #

            “BUT, under the Trump Administration, more Russian diplomatic staff was expelled from the US (and the Russians retaliated in kind) than any administration until then–maybe any period.

            That’s doing the blob’s bidding.” ~ Socrates-Detroit

            I question how savvy Trump is about many things. There were times during covid presentations where he looked like a deer in the headlights. He seems to be a poor judge of character, and as many on this board have pointed out, he has done many bonehead things.

            I would submit that Trump’s trouble with Russian diplomatic staff expulsion could easily have been due to “Nuland’s” shenanigans?

          • Socrates-Detroit February 5, 2024 at 12:48 pm #


            I agree with Gonzalo on Nuland’s agenda.

            In Ukraine’s case, it was to further corrupt an already corrupt country and put Western (Nuland’s) puppets in charge.

            In other countries, when things appear good, the blob encourages them to take on a lot of debt, and then when the business cycle goes south (and it always does, just as winter follows autumn which follows summer), these countries are in desperate straits and then are “bailed out” with all kinds of strings–and they are “owned” and controlled by the blob.

            The Ukraine had debt issues. The West offered a way out with more strings and harsher repercussions than Moscow. That’s one reason why the elected President of the Ukraine leaned toward Moscow, and why the Neocans (McCain, Lindsey Graham, Nuland) engineered the coup in 2014, to change the elected government in Ukraine.

            America is drowning in debt, so we are not that much better than Greece… In some regards, it’s worse on this side of the Atlantic. Americans have further to fall if the financial system collapses. The Greeks already had a minor collapse. I say 40% of society is economically worse off than they were 15 years ago! BUT, for all their dysfunction, as an “older” society, the family unit is more robust, and that was peoples’ first line of defense.

            Dmitri Orlov discusses this much better than I can in his book, family being one of the “enablers” that enabled the Russians to survive the implosion of the USSR in the 1990s.

            What to do… where to start?

            Try to do good and lead a moral life.

            Hopefully have a large, extended family where you all get along. Avoid debt.

            We are going “back to the future”. JHK has written about this–the small towns in rural America.

            My corollary to that: in the past, a large family was a store of wealth in this world. Today most families (in my experience) seem to be small and geographically scattered. Other than sending money, it’s hard to help your fellow family members in time of need.

            If you are fortunate to live in a smaller community, where people know each other, that’s great! Many of us don’t or are not in a position to up to move to small-town America, and unless we had roots or connections there, we’d be outsiders now.

            Try to live within your means, avoid excess. Try to spend your money on businesses that are local, smaller, or both. Use your small-town hardware store rather than Home Depot.

            If you can, avoid patronizing businesses that push an agenda. If you must use facebook, for example (and it can be very useful for selling and buying stuff), be stingy with personal information.

            Keep them in business! Even if it costs a little more. And much of the time, it costs less OVERALL. 

            Use CASH as much as possible. That’s the best way to fight digital currency. If you can barter, use barter. Try to conceal your activities from the prying eyes of the government and corporate America.

            When confronted with the lies or stupidity, out in the world, at work, in your community, or your kids’ school, don’t go along, challenge it. Try to educate people. Not easy. Refer them to to this web site (kunstler.com, cfnand other alternative news website like antiwar.com, sonar21.com, or specific ones like substack. If you can read greek, go to pronews.gr too).

            Educate them on the ills of the mRNA vaccine. Point out the contradiction in what the Federal government says and does.

            Oppose gay adoption not because you dislike gay people, but because you support families and love children, and children should have the opportunity to grow up with a mother and father, not two mothers or two dads, as part of an experiment.

            Insist on using English outside the home (but if you ARE bilingual, don’t ditch your other languages, and try to use them at home).

            Even though it is pointless, if you have time, write your elected official on issues that matter to you, and try to get others.

            The more secure your position (ie, the more you live within your means and the less vulnerable you are), the more you can do to fight the trends that the blob is trying to push across the country. They have microphone, but even in large metro areas, a lot of people are skeptical. Not a majority, but a good-size number. Even among minorities.

          • TPTB-USA February 8, 2024 at 1:42 am #

            Socrates-Detroit, thank you for your reply.

            I don’t think or feel like it, but I am an old timer who is fortunate to live in the middle of paradise and have most of that which you promote covered (to the extent that it can be from a realistic/practical sense).

            That which is not covered is family and friends, and in regard to that which I posted below.

            My siblings are scattered to all four corners of the country (as you surmise). Growing up we were never exposed to politics. My read is that at least 2 (if not all 3) basically have terminal TDS.

            If a person is not willing to discuss the political situation, either they are not knowledgeable enough to defend their position, they find the subject too disturbing, and/or they accept their source of information and do not respect your assessment. Basically, those who are not willing to engage have a closed mind.

            The more I learn about “Joe Biden” and current world events, the more I am starting to come to the realization that a childhood friend and his siblings may be deep into the Soros Open Society Foundations (thus my interest in wanting to gain an understanding of the structure of the various NWO entities). Around the time that Russia engaged in Ukraine, we discussed this issue, and ultimately had to agree to disagree because his position was that Putin would take over the world if not stopped. He basically would disregard any information that would not support his assumption (I classify such individuals as either having an agenda, and/or a closed mind).

            I was fortunate that I had a wife who was wired with an open mind, and there were few issues over the years where we had to agree to disagree. The last, and major issue, pertained to how to set our oldest daughter (43 and living at home yet) with an anxiety disorder, and a diagnosis of Asperger, up for success (how to cope with life without us). My wife’s wish was that her living arrangement and format for life would never change. It took me years to get through to her that this was unrealistic, and that the best gift we could give her would be to help her step into the adult world. Shortly after, my wife’s cancer returned and she passed away within a year. Years ago, when my wife told me that she wanted to leave the property to our oldest daughter, I told her that I didn’t think that was fair, and that she should let our youngest daughter know her wish. Our youngest daughter has always been a rebel, continually sets herself up for failure, and at this point does not communicate (even though I have told her that I wanted to leave her the businesses). Trying to think one’s way through life (having a closed mind) is not a sign of intelligence (more likely the sign of a dictator).

            If 2 people are not on the same frequency, the best they can hope for is a shallow, fragile, relationship. It would be most difficult being married to a person with TDS. Politicians who cannot comprehend this are despicable human beings.

            Few people may say it, but I’m sure most appreciate your thoughtful posts.

    • TPTB-USA February 4, 2024 at 3:28 pm #

      In order to fix a problem, one needs to understand how it became a problem, and why it is a problem.

      In this instance, an honest objective assessment is lacking, people don’t know/understand who and/or what created the problem/s, and no one knows who is in charge to address and fix the problem/s.

      The path out of this mess entails honesty and leadership, which the current party in power is lacking, and they have been experts at preventing any actions that would lead to solutions.

      Little by little, their incompetence is being exposed, but it has been a monumental task, and there is still no consensus among the population.

      On Saturday, Mark Levin played segments of earlier Life Liberty and Levin shows where one can glean relevant information, and in a segment featuring Stephen Miller, he stated that he did not know why “Joe Biden” was doing what he is doing in regards to the border and immigration. My read is that the opposition think in terms of it being suicide to cross “Joe Biden’s” red lines, whatever they may be.

      We are not going to get out of this mess unless someone takes a stand, and in this regard, I think people like JHK, Vivek, Macgregor, Tucker and others will be instrumental.

    • TPTB-USA February 5, 2024 at 1:00 am #

      The object for the Argentine citizen is to avoid the devaluation. Instead of converting pesos for dollars, if one takes the additional step of getting into Gold, the Dow, the S&P,or the NASDAQ, they will get the additional benefit of those appreciations (for converting to Gold, 541%).

      Looking at this from the perspective of stripping the assets of Argentina, assuming it is legal, you have the means to do so, and disregarding costs to do so, it is my understanding that the property market has essentially been flat during this period, so for a property that would have cost US$100k on 11/01/2022, the 1/18/2024 price would be US$19,165.

  7. Cankerpuss February 2, 2024 at 10:14 am #

    I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again. Our forefathers should never have given women the right to vote. JHK hits it hard this time. Women vote for a President because he looks good in aviator sun glasses. Hence the reason women should never have been given the right to vote. Women think differently. They are usually very emotionally driven and are not consistently logical in their though processes.

    If they do bring back the draft they’d better damned well put women in there too. Women want to be like men then they need to be like men and subject to all the depravities that are heaped upon our male children including war.

    As long as women have their heads tucked firmly up their asses we are doomed. As long as men continue to let their women walk rough-shod over them we are doomed.

    We all gotta get ourselves right. It’s all fucked up.

    • hmuller February 2, 2024 at 10:24 am #

      Look at TV programs and movies made over the past couple decades. Men are portrayed as stupid, bigoted, incompetent, weak and easily bested (both physically and intellectually) by strong women.

      Yes, there are organized “opinion makers” who weave the narrative the masses accept as reality.

      • Cankerpuss February 2, 2024 at 10:27 am #

        Two words: “Homer Simpson.”

        That is what the media and women have done to the white man. White men have also permitted it to happen to them. The day will come when men will eventually stand up and tell the women to shut their mouths.

        • RD3 February 2, 2024 at 10:31 am #

          The way things are going, its going to be third-world men telling white women to shut their mouths and bend over, while the white men are laying in mass graves.

          • Wizard of the Saddle February 2, 2024 at 11:44 am #

            Sadly, this is the more likely outcome if current trends continue unabated.

        • Jarek February 2, 2024 at 2:24 pm #

          Mr Kunstler said the same thing one week. It was discretely ignored by everyone.

          RD: Yes. That’s probably how it will be, at least in most of America and the Western world.

        • Grandpa February 4, 2024 at 9:16 pm #

          Cank, actually back in the 60s; Dick Van Dyke was a bit of a “lovable bungler”; even Ralph Cramden as I think back… then, Archie Bunker, right wing nut… satan has been attacking the family for a long time

      • Beryl of Oyl February 2, 2024 at 1:14 pm #

        It’s men who have chosen to portray men this way.

        Not too many women in the higher echelons of the entertainment industry.

        • RD3 February 2, 2024 at 2:10 pm #

          Powerful men “liberated” women so they could remove them from the protections of their fathers, brothers, and husbands, and use them as sexual play things. Of course, if the powerful men destroy all the men underneath them, its just more pussy for them.

          Women’s “liberation” was about doubling the workforce to drive down wages, and taking women out of the house, to weaken and destroy the family and allow powerful men to bend their secretaries over their desks.

        • Jarek February 2, 2024 at 2:25 pm #

          True. And the women loved such ads, right from the the very beginning back in the 1920’s. Don’t try to avoid responsibility.

    • Beryl of Oyl February 2, 2024 at 10:28 am #

      Steven Colbert is the one slobbering over Biden in the shades, and Colbert is a MAN.

      I’m not taking responsibility for what a man does.

      How many women presidents have taken us to war?

      It seems to me we were getting involved in wars way before women could vote.

      Stop trying to blame women for the doings of MEN.

      • Demeter February 2, 2024 at 10:34 am #

        Hear, hear!

      • Cankerpuss February 2, 2024 at 10:44 am #

        No way, Beryl. This mess we are in accelerated when women began voting and when women abrogated their sacred responsibility to be mothers and nurturers of their children. Women entering the roles typically held by men in both politics and the work place has had catastrophic results on society for both women and men.

        Women do vote for a candidate “because he is handsome.” I’ve personally heard women say that about Gavin Newsom. I have never heard a man say that even if the candidate is a handsome female (can I say that without offending women) candidate.

        As I have said before I also blame men for letting their women open their big opinioned mouths instead of telling them to shut up and sit down.

        And, it is the women who open their legs to any man that they can get when they should be saying no and demanding better.

        It is women who willingly permit their own goddamned child to be ripped from their own wombs. As far as I know we are the mammalian species who does this. Female dogs don’t even kill their own young.

        You mentioned so prominently that war has been the responsibility of men. I shall remind you that it is upon the blood of millions of innocent young men that wars have been fought. It has always been our boys who are turned into cannon fodder and I am sick of it. The girls want to be men? Turn them into cannon fodder to. You want that Beryl?

        Good God woman, pull your head out of your keester.

        • Demeter February 2, 2024 at 11:19 am #

          The mess accelerated when men started abandoning their first wives and children, leaving the divorcee to deal with everything. Those that had strong families (like mine) survived.

          Voting had nothing to do with it. Males did.

          • Cankerpuss February 2, 2024 at 11:40 am #

            So you do acknowledge that the dereliction of the nuclear family has led to the degradation of society? I think you and I have found some common ground!

            Well done, Demeter.

            I’ve been saying it all this time but it hasn’t rung any bells.

            Men need to be fathers and husbands. Women need to be mothers and wives. Both need to get married, be loyal and faithful to each other and raise and teach their children discipline and morality.

            We want to fix society? Fix the family.

            Men, stop impregnating and abandoning women. Be a provider and protector to your family.

            Women, pick your men wisely, stop aborting your children, and revert back to your natural, god given purpose. A nurturer of your children. The gate keepers of morality.

            What amazes me is how hard you women fight against this. You start frothing at the mouths when this is mentioned.

            I’m glad you finally understand.

            You have made my day.

          • Anthea February 2, 2024 at 11:20 pm #

            @ Demeter:

            Yes, the reason feminism was so much embraced in the 70s was because women were being forced to assume male roles and responsibilities (in addition the their female roles), because the men we abdicating from their masculines roles and responsibilities as fast as they could, dumping wives and children.

            You also have to factor in the “sexual revolution.” While both men and women were to blame for throwing sexual constraints, the women large viewed themselves as (finally) enjoying the sexual license that men had always enjoyed. E.g., men had always been able to exploit women sexually, with impunity. There was an unspoken (and, often, spoken) assumption that men would always and everywhere behave dishonorably towards women; that, presumably, being their nature.

            Thus, the female view of men, probably since time immemorial–and long predating the sexual revolution–has always been that they are constitutionally bad, dishonorable people, at least in relation to women. If it appears that modern women “hate” men (as the men so often complain these days), or at least don’t think much of them, this phenomenon should be viewed within a larger context; namely, women never did think much of men.

            To a great extent, the feminism of the 70s was expressive of the long-suppressed preference/desire of women to avoid and close or long-term association with bad, dishonorable people (men). If women were self-supporting, there would be no financial need for the association, and if women were permitted sexual freedom, they need not lead celibate lives. Much of the female sexual license of the 70s was based on the revenge motive: “Guys have behaved opportunistically and dishonorably towards me and have tried to degrade me, so I will behave in the same way towards them.”

            The thing is, the outcome of this way of thinking, both socially and individually, does not make anyone very happy. You wind up with a very disordered society, full of people who hold each other in contempt. You also wind up with with some very disordered–not to say actually pathological and perverted–sexual behaviors.

            The solution (obviously) is for both men and women to begin behaving honorably towards each other–and demanding that the opposite sex behave honorably towards them. That’s the reason they “hate” each other FFS; they have reason to.

        • Beryl of Oyl February 2, 2024 at 1:18 pm #

          The mess we are in didn’t exist yet.

          If successive MEN presidents have created a mess since the 1920s, that is not and cannot be on women.

          Women have never even been the majority in Congress. Not even half.

          This mess, when the Democrats shoved Hilary out of the way and put a MAN in her place?

          That is women’s fault? REALLY?

          • Jarek February 2, 2024 at 2:28 pm #

            Woman’s role is to serve. Things have gotten far worse since you all were allowed to vote. You lack the capacity for fine intellectual discrimination as per your comment, Blacks are pretty patriotic. Nobody who talks like that has any place in a voting booth be they male or female.

          • Anthea February 2, 2024 at 11:37 pm #

            @ Jarek:

            Well, I’d say that everyone’s role is to serve. The ways is which men and women serve each other and their communities will naturally differ. But it is clear that men, too, have abdicated from their proper masculine roles; i.e., as providers and protectors.

            As far as the connection between women’s suffrage and the degradation of society, I think there are many other likely causes. Actually, the main “cause” of the degradation of society is simply the natural cycle of the rise and fall of “civilizations.” (The reason I put “civilizations” in quotes is because it is not so much civilizations that rise and fall as manifestations of a natural cycle, but state systems–which are more like a parasitical disease.)

            We happening to be living during a period in history, and within a state system, that has entered into the stage of senescence. Such periods are always characterized by evils of all kinds. Women’s suffrage has little or nothing to do with the decline of…pretty much everything. If anything, women’s demand for the right to vote probably arose almost entirely out of a desire and intention to set things to rights–seeing as they were already going to hell in a handbasket.

          • Jarek February 3, 2024 at 1:58 pm #

            Yes. Men served women by working and raising money. Women served by taking care of the home and children.

            Men served (God and Life) by telling women what to do. Women served the same by obeying men. Some women weren’t attracted to that – seeing our limitations – and that was fine too. They could serve God directly then.

            Then some people started having funny ideas – like women getting paid for their service, and men being forced by the Government to do so. Somebody named Anthea comes to mind.

          • Anthea February 4, 2024 at 7:57 am #

            @ Jarek:

            The problem with men assuming authority over women is that men are morally inferior to women. I don’t think this is even debatable. Even Cankerpuss (who certainly presents himself as a decent man) has absolved men of any responsibility for sexual morality, insisting that women are wholly responsible for that.

            Men will also be in some difficulty about assuming authority over women as long as they refuse to accept responsibility for their wives and children.

            Pretty much all the responsibility for the care and support of children now falls to women, even in intact families.

            Since men are mentally and morally inferior to women, as well as being indifferent to the well being of others (including their own children), no one is likely to cede authority to them.

          • Anthea February 4, 2024 at 8:27 am #

            Now, as several people mentioned above, pretty much the entire US population is suffering from an extreme deterioration in their physical health and vitality. I’ve also read that the average level of intelligence is declining.

            I suspect that many of our social/cultural problems arise from this deterioration: environmental poisons, dietary deficiencies and poisons, and other factors, such as vaccines. Babies have not been commonly breast-fed since the 1950s, which has a negative impact on brain development. Television alone–without even factoring in the impact of other media–also has a negative impact on brain development. Birth-control hormones almost certainly have a negative impact on the emotional stability of the women who use them, and their presence in the water supply means they’re having the same negative impact on men. Plus quite a large percentage of people are using psychoactive prescription drugs. (And often non-prescription drugs.) I think that a large percentage of men suffer from undiagnosed autism, probably due to vaccinations. Then, on top of all that, you have all the brainwashing.

            I think you could make a pretty good argument that the reason we have all these social/cultural disorders is because so many people are so damaged that they literally can’t do any better. They are literally disabled, both mentally and physically.

            To a great extent, this renders the question of who should have authority over whom pretty much moot.

      • Wizard of the Saddle February 2, 2024 at 11:47 am #

        If Hillary had been elected in 2016 is there any real doubt in anyone’s minds here that she would have been one of the MOST aggressive with using the military to kill people and bomb things in every possible corner of the globe?

        It is a MYTH that women desire peace more than men.

        What women value most is CONTROL.

        Women are also more prone to spiteful behavior and carrying grudges for eternity. Not exactly good character traits to have in a Commander-in-Chief.

        God help us if we ever are saddled with a vagina in the Oval Office.

        • Cankerpuss February 2, 2024 at 12:31 pm #

          Technically, we already had one. After Woodrow Wilson suffered his stroke his wife basically ran the Presidency. The Mrs. Wilson administration brought us the income tax, the Federal Reserve, sent our boys to die in WW1 and eliminated the Senate as a body representing the state.

          No, we don’t want a woman in the Oval Office.

        • tuco22 February 2, 2024 at 12:42 pm #

          Yes, that is why God put women under the rule of men, because this desire for control is the result of the fall. It wasn’t just a matter of eating a forbidden fruit. That one act had repercussions throughout all of creation.

          • Jarek February 2, 2024 at 2:30 pm #

            Tell them why we have to adore Israel and support it first, even if the United States is a smoking ruin (Pelosi).

        • Cankerpuss February 2, 2024 at 1:11 pm #

          I was also going to say, Wizard, that my wife can remember small infractions I committed 20+ years ago and will ocasionally bring them to my remembrance. I can’t remember things she did to piss me off last week. Oh, yeah, they can carry grudges!

          • Anthea February 2, 2024 at 11:54 pm #

            @ Cankerpuss:

            Men have terrible memories–although women, who find it hard to believe that anyone’s memory is really as bad as all that, are usually inclined to think that they affect to have terrible memoriess. I mean, any time you remind them of something they said or did (even if it was ten minutes ago), they will tell you they didn’t say that or didn’t do that. I’ve known a couple of women (including myself) who seriously considered recording their conversations with their husbands.

            My theory is that language has no definte meaning to men–that it’s just vague, meaningless noise, whether it’s what their wives (or others) say, or what they say themselves. You’re just supposed to make vague meaningless noises every now and then, as expressions of conviviality.

            Also, men’s view of a “small infraction” is quite a bit different from women’s. If you called your toddler a brat ten years ago, that was strike one, and you have two more strikes before she files for divorce. Strike two might be the time your wife was sick and asked you to bring her some aspirin, and you had a temper tantrum. (I’m sure you genuinely thought the request was unreasonable.) Or maybe it was the time you made her late to her dad’s funeral. You know, “minor” stuff.

          • Jarek February 4, 2024 at 1:44 pm #

            Yet women will forget the stupid and/or vicious thing they said two minutes ago. Indeed it is hard to believe, given how good their memories are. So I don’t.

        • Beryl of Oyl February 2, 2024 at 1:23 pm #

          Like we didn’t have that starting before Hilary ever even ran.

          The Bushes are MEN. John McCain is a MAN.

          Obama put some women warmongers out in front to hide behind, as did Bush, as did Clinton.

          Yet one girl president MIGHT have taken office, and we are all full of what “would have” happened because look what women presidents do! Even though men did it and we never have had one woman president.

          Guess what? The sea levels COULD HAVE risen and that’s all it took to get utter fools believing in global warming.

          People who belive in what might happen and then start using it as an example to prove anything are utter fools too.

          • Jarek February 2, 2024 at 2:31 pm #

            People like you need to be given a large island to populate and run. A Herland!

          • RD3 February 2, 2024 at 2:45 pm #

            My mother had that book. I should find it and burn it,

          • RD3 February 2, 2024 at 2:51 pm #

            Many years ago, some friends and I rented an off-the-grid fishing cabin in the middle of nowhere. The place was heated by an old Franklin stove. There were large bookshelves in the living room teeming with many books. For some inexplicable reason, almost all of the books were some manner of feminist drivel, left-wing social bullshit, Marxist nonsense, etc. I can’t imagine what kind of person has a boat-in-only cabin, seven miles from the nearest dock, and pollutes the shelves of their lovely abode with such dreck. Anyhow, we managed to get stinking drunk and had a good old-fashioned book burning. I still remember it fondly.

          • RD3 February 2, 2024 at 2:52 pm #

            That old Franklin was cherry in the darkened room.

          • Night Owl February 2, 2024 at 2:54 pm #

            RD stayed at Gus’s place.


          • RD3 February 2, 2024 at 3:01 pm #

            I guess Minnesotans are a strange lot.

          • Jarek February 2, 2024 at 3:31 pm #

            Did you read tidbits from each book, and have a belly laugh as you consigned it to the flames?

            Like the Nazis!

          • RD3 February 2, 2024 at 4:19 pm #

            I regarded it sort of like the a triumphant version of the Bradbury novel…

          • Jarek February 2, 2024 at 11:02 pm #

            Yes, nothing purifies like fire. Water only the surfaces, but fire cleans down to the molecular level. By burning the books, you were able to imbibe their essence – like unto the gods. In this case, rejecting it.

          • Bilejones February 3, 2024 at 5:04 am #

            Aristophanes “Assemblywomen” got it right 300 years before Christ.
            People haven’t changed.

          • Anthea February 4, 2024 at 8:42 am #

            @ Beryl of Oyl:

            None of these people, whether male or female, have any power anyway. They get their marching orders from the real PTB, and those orders are the same, regardless of whether the little puppet or figurehead is male or female. Some of them are women for PR purposes only, or because it makes for more engaging theater.

      • Rowdypiglet February 2, 2024 at 12:06 pm #

        @Beryl, I think Colbert’s idiotic display was aimed at women. Men, even stupid ones, are unlikely to respond to this kind of appeal. You may disagree on that point, but it’s still a fact that if a man tells a woman to do something stupid (vote for Biden’s sunglasses) or despicable and insane (amputate your child’s genitals) she doesn’t have to do it. If she does, the blame lies with her.

        • Beryl of Oyl February 2, 2024 at 1:25 pm #

          Read some of the slobbering over Colbert that has appeared in the NYT. It ain’t all from women. Far from it.

          • Rowdypiglet February 2, 2024 at 2:42 pm #

            I never said it was all from women, Beryl, although when it comes from men (like Colbert and shills at the NYT) I think it’s aimed at women. But my point was that, whether you agree with that or not, women who fall for this and act on it are responsible for their own actions and can’t make the claim that men forced them to hold these opinions, or that they’re not to blame because some men hold them too. My complaint is directed at the many, overwhelmingly many, women who succumb to these basically emotional appeals and get on the bandwagon for gender affirmation and other nonsense. No one is forcing them, and there is no punishment for refusing, but they allow themselves to be manipulated.

    • tuco22 February 2, 2024 at 10:35 am #

      Our forefathers didn’t. Originally, the vote was restricted to white property owners. Married people were considered “one person” because of the biblical man and woman becoming one flesh in marriage. So that’s why in a marriage, the man always had the vote. Until suffrage.

      • Cankerpuss February 2, 2024 at 10:46 am #

        Well said, Tuco. Well said.

        • Anthea February 2, 2024 at 11:59 pm #

          @ Cankerpuss:

          Well, I’m not so sure that people who can’t remember anything should be voting either.

      • Wizard of the Saddle February 2, 2024 at 11:48 am #

        That is correct – and I’d be good to going back to the original voting franchise as it was defined in 1790 in this country.

    • D from OR February 2, 2024 at 10:47 am #

      “Women vote for a President because he looks good in aviator sun glasses.” Men aren’t immune to choosing Presidents for the same thing. I remember all the fan boys for The Gipper aka God.

      Why does it matter? You seem to believe that each woman that votes has her vote counted.You can rest assured it isn’t as it relates to our federal elections.

      We are a Republic.

      As a Male in the US of A you vote for “Representatives” and “Electors” because you can’t be trusted to think for yourself. These people will do it for you!

      And you can “trust” your Senator and Reps always have the best interests of the “people back home” in mind.

      Most thinking people – whether Men or Women – aren’t buying the system anymore and why should they? It’s corrupt.

      So go on and gloat about the supposed superiority of your political choices but without direct democracy you as a Male are the same as a Female in this system.

      • Cankerpuss February 2, 2024 at 10:58 am #

        Well said. Very well said. Excellent points.

        I didn’t think I was gloating nor do I believe my political choices are superior. I just make observations as I see them.

        Both sexes are messed up and way off track from what God intended of us.

        • Rowdypiglet February 2, 2024 at 12:10 pm #


          “Both sexes are messed up and way off track from what God intended of us.”

          Agreed. I’m sometimes seen as defending men and attacking women, but the truth is that I don’t feel responsible in any personal way for what men choose to do. But I do feel a level of responsibility for what other women do and a desire not to contribute to their particular delusions and defend their weaknesses – which are different from those of men.

      • tuco22 February 2, 2024 at 11:08 am #

        Voters are unfortunately the product of the American public school system. Which means most can’t read above a certain level. They can’t pick out the main point of anything they read. Nothing holds their attention long enough for them to actually absorb anything. They are conditioned emotionally to react emotionally to certain stimuli, and to not react to other stimuli. That’s why seemingly superficial topics garner so much hysterical attention.

        • tuco22 February 2, 2024 at 11:09 am #

          That’s why I always said that Hillary pinged the programming.

        • Wizard of the Saddle February 2, 2024 at 11:50 am #

          Agreed, but I’ll still take a MALE electorate over a female one. Men are the builders of civilization. Women, if allowed to do so, are the destroyers of it. We are watching it happen to our own country right now in real time.

          • tuco22 February 2, 2024 at 12:18 pm #

            There was a reason Satan approached Eve first in the garden. And to get a good idea of how a woman thinks, just read her reasoning about eating the forbidden fruit.

          • Cankerpuss February 2, 2024 at 12:37 pm #

            Bingo, Tuco. We also need to remember that God created woman after he created man to be a HELP MEET to him. Not to rule over him or destroy his creations and his works. This is not to say that man should rule over woman, I am merely stating that the natural role of a woman is to support and assist the man by loving and nurturing his and her children so he can focus on building and sustaining his family.

            This role of womanhood has been largely denigrated by our filthy society and the feminists war against women. It is a noble and the highest role a woman can achieve even though she is now taught to deny this in favor of a meaningless career pushing paper while she lets her children rot away in a daycare center being raised by uncaring strangers. Assuming she didn’t choose to abort those children, I mean.

            Abortion today is a woman’s means of birth control.

          • Jarek February 2, 2024 at 2:35 pm #

            This is not to say that man should rule over women, but it IS said in other places. You’re being “creative” and deleting the part you don’t like, the part that follows naturally. You still have some egalitarianism in your woodpile, obstructing the flow.

          • Rowdypiglet February 2, 2024 at 2:50 pm #

            Wizard, I would make the same choice. I don’t think we can return to a more natural world without the destruction of this one; it has gone too far to just back up. If it were possible, I would like at least to see making a home and raising one’s children as an honorable and worthwhile choice being offered to young girls, rather than denigrated and mocked. It’s not too much to ask that it could at the very least be seen as equally valid to a career outside the home, but that’s not going to happen. We’ll have to let Nature do the reset.

          • Anthea February 3, 2024 at 12:23 am #

            @ Wizard of the Saddle:

            I’d say that men are the builders of the material appurtenances of civilization, while women are the builders of civilization. That is, women are the civilizing influence–the influence of civility, that is–and also the influence of tradition and culture. Women are the ones who sing the songs, prepare the food, read stories like Hans Christian Anderson’s The Nightingale or Little House on the Prairie to the kids, or recite poems from memory, such as “Little Orphan Annie” on Halloween. The mother establishes the family traditions for birthdays and holidays. She forms the kids’ notions of right and wrong. She sets the expectations about how others, both at home and in the larger world, are to be treated. It is this that is, properly, civilization.

            I don’t suppose every woman is particularly good at this, and–like Ma, in one of those LIttle House on the Prairie books–has the kids chanting the multiplication tables while she is running the sewing machine. But neither is every man particularly good at building the material appurtenances of civilization.

      • Beryl of Oyl February 2, 2024 at 1:28 pm #

        Anyone remember MAN David Brooks and Obama’s pants crease?

        • Jarek February 2, 2024 at 2:35 pm #

          She really hate men who don’t hate themselves and bow to women.

          • Anthea February 3, 2024 at 12:31 am #

            @ Jarek:

            Well, as you yourself have so often observed, some people are better than others. I think it was Mae West who once observed that, “The worst woman in the world is to good for the best man who ever existed”–or something to that effect.

            While I necessarily subscribe to Ms. West’s view, I do think that, in a merit-based system, there would be quite a few men who would have to bow to women. Heck, most of the men these days are degenerates. They ran an article on ZeroHedge recently about sex dolls/bots, and most of the comments indicated they were in favor of that kind of thing–I suppose as a companion while porn-watching.

            If I were to go by ZeroHedge’s comment section, I would have to conclude that almost all men are perverts and degenerates.

            I’d say you have quite a bit of nerve to try to command respect.

          • TruthSeeker1986 February 3, 2024 at 1:40 am #


            Well look how many women are on Onlyfans exploiting low self esteem men for profit. I saw an image on some incel site where these guys posted a pic of this man that gave a woman $60,000K and she mocked him, humiliated and abused the hell out of that guy. And all he wanted from her was a hug. But because he was ugly and not so attractive she was an asshole and mistreated him despite he paid her all that money.

            Women are also degenerate trash themselves they’ll even sleep with black men just to smite their own men, then get these weird racist Queen of Spade tattoos on their body to prove they are property of male negros. I met a white woman from the UK who was 47 years old and she told me ever since she was 17 all she did was fuck black men, then got bored of them and finally married a white man that had no idea about her damn past at all.

            And cuckoldry is also a real thing among married couples especially White married Couples.

            The real reason the sex bot thing is happening is because there are a lot of lonely men in the world that feel rejected by women or can’t match up to their impossible standards. Women are making million dollar figures off Onlyfans, so if anything women are just as guilty of degeneracy and there are also far more women teachers having sex with underage boy students too. These women are mostly in their 20s or 30s and White attractive women. White women love to promote sex with dogs and horses too, lol they have men beat in degeneracy.

          • Anthea February 3, 2024 at 9:02 am #

            @ Truthseeker:

            These are interesting stories–interesting mainly because they are extreme outliers or–for the most part–just stories. As in, nobody actually knows any such people.

            I’ve never known any Only Fans women, and I doubt that you have either–though I do have to admit that I’ve known women who’ve turned a trick now and then (but not actually prostitutes): They were offered money and they accepted it. I’ve also known women who did phone sex. I gather that, if you’ve ever done phone sex, you’ll never date a man ever again without being pretty sure that he has some bizarre fetish.

            Actually, your story about the woman taking $60,000 from a man and then abusing and humiliating him sounds like a fetish; e.g., both parties were play-acting (because that’s what gets the guy off), and no money actually changed hands other than the $30 bucks the guy put on his charge card for the phone sex. In other words, it was a “domination” call.

            One of the things that I have occasionally discussed with other women is that it is impossible for a woman to offer a man a compliment or some little gesture of kindness or tenderness with having him construe it as a “pass.” If you make physical contact, he’ll think he has the green light to stick his hand down your pants.

            Stuff like this has happened to my daughters, and to me, now and then. Once, at one of our town’s book club meetings, I complimented a guy on his hair. (I make and sell skincare and hair care products, so I have a professional interest in other people’s hair.) Not only did the guy interpret this as me making a pass at him, one of the other old ladies at the book club got the notion that we had a “thing” going. I’ve also noticed that if an old woman such as myself spends some time with a local old man–going to the thrift stores or repairing the plumbing–that all of their younger relatives will start giving you the stink-eye. This is because they hope to inherit Dad’s trailer, and they believe you may be angling to get it for yourself.

            I’m aware that most men probably go through life starved for female kindness. But it’s because women quickly learn that it’s very unwise to offer it–unless you want some guy’s hand down your pants. It’s also a good way to stir up a regular hornet’s nest of gossip.

            As for cuckholdry among married couples, I know a thing or two about that. One of my married guy friends was absolutely notorious around town for his cuckhold fetish. Every time his name came up in conversation, literally every guy in town mentioned that Mike had asked them if they wanted to “do” his wife. (They all claimed to have declined.) Mike liked to watch. I hasten to add that he was a dear, sweet guy, greatly loved by literally everyone–really extraordinary in many ways. When he died, I used to remark that, “A glory has passed away from the earth.”

            In any case, I suspect that you, like Jarek, get your information from incel websites, don’t know anyone at all, and never have known anyone at all, male or female, due to never leaving the basement of somebody else’s house. You are thus living in a fantasy world in which you fancy yourself persecuted by imaginary people–having never met any real ones.

          • Jarek February 3, 2024 at 2:07 pm #

            She thinks men are still after her. I caught her and Islander comparing techniques about how to ignore men.

            And they think we don’t know what they’re doing.

            Anthea: Every family is a microcosm, a small but complete whole that reflects the macrocosm. Women are drawn to those above them, to those that they can can willingly submit to. Healthy women that is. If you never felt it, well that’s too bad and you shouldn’t have married.

            Women don’t have to submit to random individual men, much less be forced to do so by them. That wasn’t allowed and those men were punished severely.

          • Anthea February 4, 2024 at 8:51 am #

            @ Jarek:

            The men in my age group–or some of them, at least–are interested in women in their 20s and 30s. Many of the rest are interested in finding a woman to look after them in their old age. Some among those are looking for a woman who’d like to take care of a sick old man.

          • Anthea February 4, 2024 at 9:27 am #

            The problem you have–which sounds like it is shared by TruthSeeker–is that your information about life, and specifically women, is derived entirely from incel websites, which exist to feed on the emotional insecurities and resentments of incels. Since such people live in someone’s basement and have no human contact, you could tell them that the Wicked Witch of the West was just outside their door with an army of flying monkeys, and they’d believe it. (They just want an excuse not to leave the house, after all.)

            Since what they’re really looking for is a rationalization of justification for never leaving the house or getting a job, and never having to engage with women (or anyone else), they are eager to be supplied with such.

            They want to be told that the women will boss them around, mistreat them, take the assets they don’t have to begin with, and discard them. They lap this shit up. It’s a great excuse for hiding from the world and the world’s people.

          • Jarek February 4, 2024 at 1:51 pm #

            You said how despicable it is that men want kindness from women. And that they certainly don’t deserve any. Rather, they only deserve the privilege of serving these superior being who despise them.

            Your attitude is quite common. Why would any man with any self respect be interested in this “deal”?

            The hyena female is larger than than the hyena males – and hates them. The males approach, in fear of their lives, and she lets one of them mount her. Then she drives it away. This is just about your vision of human male/female relations. Only you want the male to stay and be a slave.

    • Wizard of the Saddle February 2, 2024 at 10:51 am #

      I’m in total agreement, Cankerpuss. About two years ago I finally concluded that the 19th Amendment is one of the worst ever adopted. I openly advocate it’s repeal to all who will listen. Even many conservative MAGA women now post on the Internet that they would gladly yield the voting franchise simply to END the voting by the 75% of women who vote emotionally, irrationally, and illogically – acting mostly out of terminal anxiety disorders and the need to attract attention to themselves with virtue signalling.

      No offense intended to women who are the exceptions to the rule, but y’all are the exceptions and that simply proves the rule.

      Voting by women must end. Also, raise the voting age to 25. Most people aren’t even close to being reasonably mature until that age,.

      • Cankerpuss February 2, 2024 at 11:02 am #

        Wizard, be careful with that comment. Even here on JHK’s website there are many women lurking about, unwilling to even consider the natural and all-important roles that women must play in society and who have abrogated that role in their quest to become men.

        Men are a mess. I readily admit that.

        But women have just gone bat-shit crazy. Murdering their own children. Sleeping with anything that will have them. Can’t even figure out if they are women themselves. Letting and celebrating crazy men who want to enter their locker rooms and compete against them in athletics.

        Even mention this on this comment board and the female commentariat come un-corked.

        • Wizard of the Saddle February 2, 2024 at 11:52 am #

          It bothers me not, Cankerpuss. Might as well speak truth to power, even if it’s the power of the pussy.

          I do not dislike women. I dislike FEMINISTS.

          I’m good with traditional women and I suspect that traditional women appreciate traditional men. So those are the only women whose opinions I value.

        • Anthea February 3, 2024 at 12:33 am #

          @ Cankerpuss:

          Men abrogated their roles as men quite some time before women abrogated their roles. This is why you guys find yourselves in this pickle in the first place.

      • Rowdypiglet February 2, 2024 at 12:27 pm #

        Wizard, based on the known voting habits and opinions of the great majority of women I know, I’d gladly yield my vote in order to prevent them from voting. I wish it weren’t so, but I’m not one of those who believe I can change reality by wishing hard enough. I’m compelled to admit what my experience has shown.

        There are, of course, exceptions. But most that I know make their decisions for entirely emotional reasons, and their emotions are deranged and disordered. It’s not even possible to discuss it with them. They cannot produce a single reason for believing as they do, and when pressed to provide one, they have tantrums worthy of a two year old. Asked to provide a single verifiable fact, they become enraged like a rampaging rhinoceros. Their anger is such that they would do literally anything to prevent a logical argument from being heard and to punish anyone who makes one. The more they despise and denigrate the domestic chores they’re actually suited for, the more they unwittingly prove their unsuitability for public life.

        I don’t enjoy saying this, but it’s a statement of my genuine experience.

        • Cankerpuss February 2, 2024 at 12:40 pm #

          Damn Rowdy. I’m going to copy and paste that one for my records.

        • tuco22 February 2, 2024 at 12:45 pm #

          That’s the classic response of someone who has been emotionally conditioned to respond to certain stimuli. There never was any actual knowledge behind it in the first place. That’s what Biden meant when he said, “We choose truth over facts!”

      • Jarek February 2, 2024 at 2:38 pm #

        It has to be tightened up far more than that, with testing and a record of service. Perhaps a graduated citizenship, with local voting open to all men who aren’t in debt, more required at the state level, and more again at the federal.

        No need to tie it to property per se, just solvency as the basic and build from there.

        • Rowdypiglet February 2, 2024 at 2:57 pm #

          Agreed, Jarek, there really must be some requirements other than being male and breathing. It’s astonishing to me that anyone should be permitted to vote without demonstrating a level of specific knowledge (what we used to learn in Civics class) and a general competence in reading comprehension, writing, math. That’s not a lot to ask and is, at least, a place to start.

        • Blackbird February 2, 2024 at 9:33 pm #

          Dammit Jars, quit reading my manifesto and claiming it as yours!

          Most women shouldn’t be allowed to vote, neither should most men. A difficult test, administered each year, should determine who votes – and who can be voted into government.

          No parties. No running for office. Just being elected by a jury of your peers.

          Solvency? Playing by the rules of the plutocrats as a means test? How many responsible men, trying to provide for their family are insolvent because of the stacked deck of hyper-capitalism?

          I see your magic capitalist underwear and it ain’t pretty.

          Or am I just putting words in your mouth? Nah, we don’t play that game, do we?

          • Jarek February 2, 2024 at 10:46 pm #

            I have much to learn in these realms. I’m open to critique and suggestion. No sympathy for the Plutocrats whatsoever. You have good ideas about no parties and campaigning. I have no problem with the possibility that you have good idea about economics as well.

            Solvency as in once the basic reforms have gone though.

          • Blackbird February 2, 2024 at 11:31 pm #

            Jars, while we play soccer between the trenches, let me answer the question you posed last night regarding immigration…

            “What would Blackbird do?” Well, first of all, good question, thanks for asking.

            If I were US Dictator – or a “President” who “governed” by executive order – I’d place an indefinite moratorium on immigration. Sorry folks, we’re closed, stay home.

            I’d kick out everyone here illegally – to whatever country they entered from. (Ready to behave now Mexico?)

            I’d abolish “dual-citizenship”. Can’t decide which country you want to be a citizen of? No problem, I’ll decide for you – don’t let the door hit you on the way out.

            Then I’d put on my Supreme Court robe and make a precedent-setting decision on the 14th Amendment: you are a citizen if your parents are citizens, no more of this “anchor baby” nonsense.

            If you want to be considered for immigration, you will have to bring yourself up to elector standards (explained previously) before even applying – and do that while still living in your home country.

            You’ll be subject to an extensive background check too, by our hyper-inquisitive but super ethical intelligence service. (Only one intel service, by the way.) Jihadis – and other such frequent flyers – need not apply.

            So few people will be allowed to immigrate, that I just might be able to interview all of them myself. If allowed in, you will have to integrate into American society. Fail that and out you go.

            What to do with all the citizens – many underserving of that honor – that are already here? Well, that’s a question for another time. Let’s just say there will be a lot of voting by foot – by my foot if you don’t move quickly enough.

            Obviously I don’t have all the details worked out. It’s never going to happen anyway, so why waste my time fantasizing? But still, I think it’s better than what we have now.

          • Jarek February 3, 2024 at 2:10 pm #

            We are almost the same person. I must work on that egalitarian thing though when it comes to women.

    • Heidishadow33 February 2, 2024 at 11:07 am #

      I agree with you 100%!

      I am pretty much the only women I know that is conservative, believes in God, liberty, masculine alpha men, family, and defies transgender LGTBQ bullshit!

      I am also the only one that never sent their kid to daycare.

      I try talking to to my friends, but they are so brainwashed, and they all think I am crazy conspiracy theorist. LOL! I don’t care! I will never change, so I guess that’s why most of my friends relationships have faded away through the years.

      • Cankerpuss February 2, 2024 at 11:25 am #

        You sound like my wife.

        Thanks for your comment. It does my heart good to read your words and know that there are still good women out there who truly value womanhood and the massive influence a woman has on society beyond her career and her political vote.

        Keep on fighting, Heidishadow!

      • Wizard of the Saddle February 2, 2024 at 11:55 am #

        Kudos to you! It is always refreshing to hear commentary from traditional ladies who do not fear speaking up for themselves.

        The post-modern de-construction of traditional role models for men and women has been a disaster and has led to widespread dysfunction and suffering. Things will only get better when the Marxist feminist movement is crushed and tossed onto the ash heap of history.

        Keep speaking up for yourself. No matter how much hate gets thrown your way.

      • Blackbird February 2, 2024 at 9:39 pm #

        My “friends” have pretty much all revealed their inner dipshit too, over the past few years. (“Left” and “right”.) Glad they exposed themselves before I made the mistake of counting on them for anything.

    • tuco22 February 2, 2024 at 12:44 pm #

      Well, of course they’ll include women in the draft. I bet you won’t hear “My body, my choice” then!

  8. D from OR February 2, 2024 at 10:19 am #

    The JHK interview with Jacob Dreizin was informative but best of all was his observation that No One is in charge of anything going on in Washington DC. Just a bunch of fiefdoms.

    Reading Zero Hedge this morning and apparently the Draft idea is being floated out everywhere – including Australia.

    Of course counter to this idea is “Gen Z not fit to fight” but how about “Gen Z smart enough NOT to fight for Oligarchic regimes.”

    As Dreizin depicted things we’re at the point when the junkie has exhausted all the avenues for resources for the next fix. When at this point it usually doesn’t work out so well for the junkie.

  9. JackStraw February 2, 2024 at 10:20 am #

    C’mon folks, what’s really important is whether or not Taytay is going to marry the Pfizer troglodyte.

    • cowbell81 February 2, 2024 at 10:31 am #

      Once we are at the level of World War again, Taytay and her little boy toy can travel around with drag teams and put on shows for the troops, much like the old Bob Hope USO shows.

    • RD3 February 2, 2024 at 10:33 am #

      Does Travis Kelce have qualified immunity for serving as the drummer boy leading all the lambs to slaughter?

      • Blackbird February 2, 2024 at 9:46 pm #

        The Chiefs are gonna win the Super Bowl. Anybody wanna bet against me?

        A psyop more clear and stupefying than a Jell-O shot.

    • Beryl of Oyl February 2, 2024 at 10:43 am #

      You know, I was talking quite a while back, at this site, about the odd level of elevation of Ms. Swift on the radio stations that skew toward a slightly younger audience.

      She does have millions of fans, and has had them for a long time, way before Trump.

      It’s nothing new to see the entertainment industry over-promote a story (remember Bennifer and the Brad Pitt/Angelina Jolie saga?) but this was different. Maybe just because we didn’t have Tik Tok back then.

      We saw all sorts of “stars” beclowning themselves over the covid vaxx, one of them is mentioned above.

      Taylor didn’t need to make an ass of herself to get attention, and she hasn’t.

      That boyfriend of hers, I believe he pushed the vaxx and yet he isn’t dead, so that would be a reason for the MSM to focus on them.

      A psy op? That’s so stupid, it leads me to believe our government did come up with the idea.

      Another odd thing, I can understand Taylor favoring Biden, but for the fact that she has always been a real Kennedy groupie, part of the cult, and there is a genuine Kennedy running as an alternative to the Orange Man Bad.

      • BackRowHeckler February 2, 2024 at 11:42 am #

        Yes, but here we have the whole American High School Quarterback/Cheerleader dynamic at work, the most popular girl in senior class rooting for the handsome football hero.

        This is what the NFL & the entertainment industry is dishing out & the public laps this sh#t up. This shows you the level of maturity of a large swath of American Proles.

      • cbeard February 2, 2024 at 12:13 pm #

        Anyone favoring Biden is totally incomprehensible to me.

        • Beryl of Oyl February 2, 2024 at 1:31 pm #

          People who only see mainstream media have a totally different idea of who he is.

          I don’t see how that can be, because I arived at my own low opinion of Biden before I ever used the internet, they must have forgotten everything they saw or heard about Biden prior to 2008 or so,

          • Blackbird February 2, 2024 at 9:50 pm #

            An “article” on Google Chrome (default browser at work) – didn’t read it by the way, didn’t have to – said that if the (s)election were held today, that the Big Guy would beat Trump by an even larger margin than in ’20.

  10. Wizard of the Saddle February 2, 2024 at 10:23 am #

    It seems to me that all current trends appear to be going against the Democrats so far in this election cycle. This feeds my “hopium” addiction for sure. But, honestly, one ponders what, if anything, Biden can do before November to salvage his re-election campaign?

    Oh sure, the DNC and all of the blob’s many institutions will try to move heaven and earth to drag his cognitively addled corpse over the finish line, but I’m starting to think that the margin of victory for Trump might possibly be wide enough in November to overcome even the massive vote rigging operations of the Jackass Party.

    If we had honest elections, I believe Trump would sweep over 40 states in the electoral college in an almost Reaganesque triumph. But since we do NOT have honest elections, we will probably do good to squeak by with a victory in the 272 – 300 electoral votes range.

    But a win will be a win, nonetheless. I’ll take it at any margin, not matter how wide or how narrow.

    What I cannot take is another 4 years of Joe Biden and his criminal communist regime. The country is pretty much destroyed at this point – so that’s not what I’m worried about. I’m worried that if these tyrants manage to stay in office they will accelerate the process further to the point where a Venezuela style reign of terror will begin for all who oppose the regime. It will get very ugly.

    It is obvious that we are being ruled by seriously deranged people. Our backs are against the wall and it’s either Trump or Bust in 9 months.

    If the Dems manage to steal this election, everyone needs to be up for secession and ready to fight to defend your state’s withdrawal from the union. I am. If Texas is forced to secede in the next year I will stand with my native state, as my ancestors did in 1836 and in 1861. It matters not whether we win or lose. I simply am not OK with meekly submitting to these Woke maniacs. That ain’t gonna happen.

    I was born a free man in this country and I fully intend to die a free man – no matter what. I hope there are enough others who feel the same. One never knows. Lots of sheeple in evidence everywhere. But it matters not. At this point, I have an Alamo mentality.

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    • tuco22 February 2, 2024 at 10:29 am #

      In the next four years, Joe Biden has to: institute digital currency and scrap cash; eliminate the 2nd amendment; institute reparations for black people; make all the illegals de facto citizens; at some point, I believe he will also de-Christmas Christmas by making it just another “religious” holiday like Ramadan or Rosh Hashana. You know, to be not racist or white supremacist or something. I always look upon the things Biden does as evidence that we are not a sovereign nation any longer, but a satellite of a world government, and that’s why all of his decisions are so inimical to this country.

      • Demeter February 2, 2024 at 10:36 am #

        Doubtful that Biden could even start any of those little projects. And his staff is even less competent. A competent staff would have figured out how to usher Ole Joe out years ago.

        • tuco22 February 2, 2024 at 12:20 pm #

          Well, I should say, the entity in the white house.

        • Blackbird February 2, 2024 at 9:57 pm #

          Keeping the Big Guy in office – and coaxing about half the population in the US to go along with it – is a big “win” to the puppet masters.

          Keeping him in is a bigger victory than ushering him out.

    • Cankerpuss February 2, 2024 at 10:32 am #

      “It seems to me that all current trends appear to be going against the Democrats so far in this election cycle.”

      You are assuming our votes mean anything. I place no hope in the election to resolve anything.

      And I hate to burst your bubble, Wizard, but you were never born a free man. None of us have been free in this Country. Sure, we can wander about as we please, come and go as we please and put whatever we want on a credit card. But we aren’t free.

      Truth is, the governments own everything. I own my land and home free and clear of any mortgages or equity loans. Yet, every year I have to send the County a big fat check paying them for the right to live on land that I now own. If I don’t pay those taxes they will place a lien on my property. If I don’t pay the taxes the lien will get sold to one who will pay those taxes and the new lienholder can foreclose against property I paid for and own.

      We can’t even own property in this Country. We pay nearly 50% or more of our income to many varying taxes.

      If you try to break from the system like those people in Waco Texas or in Idaho or the polygamists the Federal Government steps in and either makes them conform or kills them.

      We were born into slavery. Slaves to a system that we didn’t create.

      • tuco22 February 2, 2024 at 10:40 am #

        Yes, this is the system that was put into place after the civil war. It isn’t how the country started out. What you say about property taxes and just you try and not pay them is correct. And the sad part is we all voted for the people who created this, didn’t we? I’ve often wondered if the Branch Davidians would’ve been killed if they’d been black. Abortion aside, this country has a lot of blood on its hands.

        • Wizard of the Saddle February 2, 2024 at 11:59 am #

          If you think about it Tuco, the rot began as far back as the Marbury vs. Madison decision. Chief Justice Marshall really screwed America when he established the doctrine of judicial review – rendering the Supreme Court into an ongoing, never ending, Constitutional Convention.

          But of course it was Abe the Ape and his Radical Republican Party that really put the final nails in the coffin of the American republic in 1865. That was when the republic truly died and the empire was born.

          • tuco22 February 2, 2024 at 12:24 pm #

            Yes, I agree with that. That was when the system established by the founders was destroyed. It didn’t even last 100 years. But we’re like Roy Thinnes’ character in the 60’s show The Invaders. Remember? Hey, let’s land here, there are no human beings here. There is always a remnant that can’t be destroyed, can’t be found, that carries in their hearts what America used to be. It’s not so much a geographical location as an idea.

          • Blackbird February 2, 2024 at 10:00 pm #

            Wiz, knowledge of a little history goes a long way, and we lost our way long ago.

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      • JackStraw February 2, 2024 at 10:44 am #

        Dmitry Orlov had an interesting discussion on that once with Jim. Russians don’t pay property tax, so they actually own their land once it is paid for, so in that sense, they are much closer to being free than we are in the good ol’ US of A.

        We’re all renters.

        • Cankerpuss February 2, 2024 at 10:48 am #

          We are serfs in an American feudal system. We just don’t know it because we all have fairly convenient and comfortable lifestyles.

        • Wizard of the Saddle February 2, 2024 at 12:00 pm #

          For sure. I’ve long yearned for a Constitutional Amendment prohibiting property taxes on ANYTHING – not just land – but especially for homesteads.

          • Rowdypiglet February 2, 2024 at 3:06 pm #

            Wizard, this is a particular cause of mine. I find that people have become so accustomed to paying this ransom to be permitted to continue living on the property they own that they cannot think of it in terms of the truth inherent in it: you own nothing. If I could change only one thing, prohibiting property taxes might be it. If you think about it, it would change everything else as well.

            First, you would have to make people see it for what it is, and understand the ways in which their lives would be different without it.

        • Blackbird February 2, 2024 at 10:06 pm #

          And this is why we will ultimately lose.

          Go off-grid, build a parallel economy – fine. But when you can’t pay your property tax because you haven’t accepted the Private Bank Digital Currency – and all of its strings – you will find out who really owns your property. At that point your only “victory” will be to shoot – and be shot by – those who come to evict you.

          That’s not to say we shouldn’t try. Do the right thing even if it gets you killed in the end.

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      • Wizard of the Saddle February 2, 2024 at 11:04 am #

        Cankerpuss – are you a listener to “legalman’s” podcast? I ask because you sound a lot like him. He is a libertarian lawyer who is very black-pilled and spends every podcast explaining how utterly hopeless the current system is in America and how it is beyond reform.

        He makes many of the same points you did and is an acolyte of the writings of Lysander Spooner – a very wise Southerner who figured all of this out and analyzed it at length in the post-Civil War era.

        Anyway, I do not take issue with any of your points. However, when I characterize myself as a “free man” I suppose that it must be admitted that this is a relative term. So many freedoms were lost many generations before my birth that my only reference point is found in the freedoms I still enjoyed in my lifetime – and so that this the paradigm within which my statement rests.

        However, over the past 61 years one thing has remained constant under this consolidationist federal government monstrosity – freedoms are being continually eroded year by year – bit by bit.

        In past decades we hardly even noticed. The erosions were very incremental and the elites were careful not to stir up the natives by making big grabs that might inspire a rebellion. Now, all caution has been tossed to the winds, and many, such as myself, are rightly resentful of being deprived of the last remaining freedoms we remember enjoying in our youth. So this is what I speak of when I talk about dying a free man.

        When the rat bastards come for you, what will separate a “free man” from a submissive slave will be his willingness to fight the sons of bitches to the last round of ammo. Thus the “Alamo mentality” I have spoken of.

        When all else has been taken from you, friend, you at least have the option to deny the scum the satisfaction of seeing you surrender to them and lick their boots. The nobility comes from the evidence you leave behind of your steadfastness to principle. In this case, that evidence will be the stacked bodies of thousands of tyrants around the cold bodies of patriot corpses resting on smoking piles of 5.56 mm brass.

        Like anyone I do not pine for such a day, but I’ll be damned if I will kneel to a communist regime.

        • Cankerpuss February 2, 2024 at 11:12 am #

          Wizard, I am not a listener to the podcast. Just an observer of a system that makes no sense anymore.

          I truly appreciate your thoughts and your words. One of the reasons I enjoy the commentariat here on JHK’s blog. There isn’t a Monday or a Friday I don’t learn something here.

          I too will never kneel to anyone but the one I consider to be the one true God. He only will I kneel to if I am ever presented the opportunity to meet or if that God even exists.

          I will never kneel to a mortal man who eats, sleeps and toilets himself just like the rest of us.

          • Wizard of the Saddle February 2, 2024 at 12:02 pm #

            We are brothers, sir.

        • Jarek February 2, 2024 at 3:02 pm #

          Yet men must give back to have a civilization. Traditionally you would tithe or give a tenth of your income to support the poor, the sick, the disabled, or the mad.

          Very few Libertarians are willing to admit this. As if the Market – the economic Law of the Jungle – is the guarantor of Civilization. It is to laugh.

          • Rowdypiglet February 2, 2024 at 3:18 pm #

            It seems to me that the loss of faith is at the heart of this. In the 19th century, robber barons used to get worried as they got older and closer to the accounting that they believed would come. If they’d given little before, they’d start building libraries and establishing endowments against the coming reckoning.

            Now that we’re a secular society and believe we will never be judged, most people live – economically, at least – by the Law of the Jungle, taking for themselves everything they can get and giving nothing back even as they reach the end of life. Even those who still believe tend to imagine a God who affirms them in all they wish to do. Our ancestors believed in a loving God, which in no way precluded His judging us and finding us wanting. I don’t think we can have a civilization without that kind of faith.

          • Anthea February 3, 2024 at 1:08 am #

            If you read Mark Twain’s Life on the Mississippi, he recounts several instances of tremendous outpourings of public generosity to assist people who had suffered disasters.

            Generosity and a willingness to give back to the community seems to have been much more common in the 1800s, probably for several reasons. For one thing, generosity enhanced a person’s prestige. For another, the 1800s were a time when the average person enjoyed quite a bit more prosperity and opportunity for prosperity. Everyone was building homes, farms, and thriving businesses. They didn’t have electricity, and they had to put on their coat to go to the bathroom, but they were building, growing crops, and buying and selling and innovating and profiting from their labors.

            Nowadays, the profits from your labor are mostly stolen, and most people are pretty close to owning nothing. Heck, the bank probably owns most of the equity in your home, and, for most people, a calculation of their assets versus their liabilities would reveal that they’re tens of thousands, if not hundreds of thousands, in the hole.

            It should be emphasized that the remarkable generosity that Twain describes was purely voluntary.

          • Ron Anselmo February 3, 2024 at 1:55 am #

            @ Anthea

            Good point about net worth. Some people were never very credit worthy, so never had the use of credit cards. They had nothing and lived hand-to-mouth.

            Others had credit and used it unwisely, their debts & liabilities, more than their assets.

            The poor had a net worth of zero, but many “credit worthy” others have a negative net worth. Go figure.

          • Jarek February 3, 2024 at 2:24 pm #

            Yes, Ant, a good point indeed. We were once very different.

            And the Pyramids and the Cathedrals were largely build by volunteer labor – directed by professionals of course.

          • Anthea February 4, 2024 at 10:19 am #

            Nowadays, most churches seem to be pole barns. That’s how poor we are, compared to the Dark Ages.

    • Lawrence Mint February 2, 2024 at 10:38 am #

      Didn’t everyone die at the Alamo?

      • tuco22 February 2, 2024 at 10:40 am #


      • Wizard of the Saddle February 2, 2024 at 11:08 am #

        Yes. As was also true at Thermopylae nearly two and half thousand years ago.

        Without such sacrifices the victorious triumphs at San Jacinto and Marathon would never have happened.

        • Ron Anselmo February 2, 2024 at 1:42 pm #

          Molon Labe.

          • Jarek February 2, 2024 at 3:10 pm #

            Your point about the economics of the Russian military vs the American military was most instructive (not to me but perhaps to others). Sometimes an example is better than a definition.

            Under Fascism, perhaps economic man is still allowed to gouge individuals in regards to luxuries, but he will obey his master when it comes to the good of the nation. He will produce what is needed for a reasonable profit – or no profit at all in times of crisis or war. If he tries any funny business, he will live to regret it or perhaps not live to regret it for very long.

            But no need for such unpleasantness. As Pinochet said, Of course you treat people who know how to make things and do things very well. Fascism isn’t any form of egalitarianism. It simply says to who much is given (by God or Nature), much is asked.

    • JackStraw February 2, 2024 at 10:41 am #

      Nothing has been done to address the cheating in the 2020 election, so it will simply be more of the same.

      The real power is in the Dominion voting machines. It’s child’s play to alter votes, and it was clearly done in 2020. Until electronic vote tabulation is removed, we are a banana republic.

      Good luck in Texas. I’m going to have to survive behind the lines in a communist state.

      • Cankerpuss February 2, 2024 at 11:06 am #

        Yep, the Republican scum just sit there with their thumbs up their bums and do nothing. Confident that they will get re-elected to their posh political careers and continue to rake in big money from all of the corrupt lobbyists to vote one way or another.

        The solution to our election system is so simple but our vaunted intellectual superior elite society will not consider it.

        Go back to paper ballots in precincts with local volunteers. IT WILL NEVER HAPPEN.

        • Wizard of the Saddle February 2, 2024 at 11:10 am #

          The United States will have to collapse first. I fully agree that otherwise we will have no opportunity to erect honest voting systems. First the US must collapse. Then the survivors can attempt to construct a new republic or republics with better systems. This one is 99.9% certainly beyond repair and reform. We are just biding our time while looking for a safe on-ramp from this dumpster fire of a country.

          • Ron Anselmo February 2, 2024 at 12:27 pm #

            Right Wiz – the Phoenix rises *from the ashes*. Ashes. Burn it all down and then we will rise…from the ashes.

      • tuco22 February 2, 2024 at 11:25 am #

        I agree with you, JackStraw. That’s why I’ve decided to sit this one out. I just don’t believe the system works anymore.

        • Wizard of the Saddle February 2, 2024 at 12:09 pm #

          I respect your sentiment, Tuco, but sincerely wish you would reflect upon the consequences. Sitting out the election merely cedes ground to the regime. It helps them cling to power. Even if the entire election is 100% rigged you still would be increasing the so-called “mandate” of the regime by expanding the margin of their “win.”

          Also, in the event that the Dems do not 100% control the outcome of the election, then sitting it out contributes to their chances of victory because turnout is everything in elections. I’m sure Joe and his minions LOVE it every time they read a post by someone who hates their regime stating that they plan to sit at home and not vote. If you are a Biden supporter, what’s not to like about that?

          Also, from a psychological standpoint, I believe that going totally “black pilled” and sitting out our elections is internally demoralizing. If one will not fight at the polls, how will one maintain any level of personal morale necessary for effective resistance in other forms?

          So, no, I will not sit at home. I’ll vote and try to drag others with me to vote – no matter what.

          Just some thoughts on the subject. I fault no one for being disgusted with this corrupt system, but sitting out elections is a form of surrender to the tyrants. Just my point of view.

          • Ron Anselmo February 2, 2024 at 12:32 pm #

            Wiz – we need to stop voting for others to run our lives. Remember the kid that sat in front of you in second grade? Would you vote for him to run your life? Yeah, me neither.

          • Blackbird February 2, 2024 at 10:19 pm #

            Your vote might matter in small, local elections – school board, dog catcher, etc. – but at the state and national level? Not a chance.

            Go ahead and vote for dog catcher, but don’t pretend your vote for President means anything. Votes are manufactured, not tallied.

            And yes, as Ron points out – let’s quit hoping that someone will rescue us – especially another rich fuck!

            (“Please Mr. Plutocrat [Trump, Musk..] save us from the plutocrats!”)

            No one is going to save us but ourselves.

        • Night Owl February 2, 2024 at 2:59 pm #

          When do you think it last worked?

          I discovered this 20 years ago, and honestly, it appears it didn’t work before that either.

    • buckeyeman February 2, 2024 at 10:53 am #

      Wiz, I don’t think you are as free as you think you are. NONE of us are. The fruits of our labor are involuntarily extracted from us through both taxes and deficit spending to fund Biden’s War in Ukrania and to pay huge sums to BOTH SIDES in Israel.

      The Dems MUST “manage to steal this election”. They did it last time with very public acts and the stakes are much higher now.

      • Wizard of the Saddle February 2, 2024 at 11:11 am #

        See my reply to Cankerpuss on that very subject. I concede that the term “free man” is a very relative one in America, but freedom has steadily diminished in my lifetime and I’m fed up with where they are now trying to take us, which is into a communist dictorship.

        • tuco22 February 2, 2024 at 11:35 am #

          Hey, Wizard, I’d say we’re already in a communist dictatorship.

          • Wizard of the Saddle February 2, 2024 at 12:13 pm #

            Which is even more reason to continue to resist it to the death – in every form possible.

            Resigning from the fight is not an option. I do not subscribe to the “Resistance is futile” mentality.

            The Biden Regime may be evil and communist – but it is not as competent as the BORG. It is simply fanatical. But the regime makes mistakes regularly. We must continue to exploit every mistake and never surrender to despair.

            Buck up, friend. Be like Travis and the Texans at the Alamo. Spit in their eye to the bitter end. Who knows? We might get lucky and survive this shit.

          • Blackbird February 2, 2024 at 10:24 pm #

            The Biden regime is the borg (one of its leprous arms…).

            Don’t plan on surviving – that will only make death more disappointing.

            Expect to die, and die screaming – that way if you somehow do survive, you can be ecstatically happy – for a little while anyway, then, back to work.

      • Jarek February 2, 2024 at 3:12 pm #

        Would you give of your accord? No. Thus, taxes.

        An existential point. I don’t say they are fair as they are now. But as Aquinas said, the abuse of something says nothing of the thing in itself.

    • cbeard February 2, 2024 at 12:27 pm #

      My home state of Georgia seems to be going the way of North Carolina, turning into a blue democrat stronghold. Mainly due to the native population being watered down by transplants from northern liberal states, immigration and a large black community. Maybe parts of Georgia could secede and I would be all for it. I love the deep South, my little hometown and most of the people. If Georgia goes all in on the leftist paradigm, I may have to move to Alabama, Tennessee or perhaps South Carolina. South Carolina is iffy due to the fact that they elected the H1b Nikki bitch.

  11. Lawrence Mint February 2, 2024 at 10:28 am #

    Thirty four percent of Israel’s IDF is women, including 24 percent of the officers. Does that make it a girlie army?

    • tuco22 February 2, 2024 at 10:30 am #

      Israeli women are vastly different from American women. In a better way.

      • Cankerpuss February 2, 2024 at 10:51 am #

        Israeli women know that their very survival is at stake.

        American women are too busy getting tattoos, purple hair, having abortions, convincing themselves they are men and finding their next orgasm.

        • Wizard of the Saddle February 2, 2024 at 12:14 pm #

          So true.

        • TruthSeeker1986 February 3, 2024 at 1:51 am #

          Too bad you’re too blind to realize that the shit they promote here in America to women, they don’t promote it over there in Israel. It’s not American women fault they turned out like that. If they had of been abusing and mind fucking women in Israel the same shit would be happening to them there too. You think American women are the only people going through this? Look at the Philippines and Thailand, about half of their men are transgender. What happened to the Japanese after they lost World War II? They got neutered and now they are America’s bitch and forgot they were once descendants of Samurai, the greatest warriors that ever walked this earth.

          Jews on the left spent years mind fucking Westerners with all that trans shit, etc and people are on here faulting American women like they just woke up one day and ended up that way when it’s Israel’s fault in the first place. Tell me something, are they promoting interracial marriages in Israel?

          Is Greg Langsky the Jewish Frenchmen promoting BLACKED to Jewish girls so they run out to get Queen of spade tattoos to show they are property of male negros? Is Israel feeding it’s people garbage food? Are they main fucking their kids in schools? besides those women wouldn’t stand a chance against a full blown army of masculine Islamic men in full Jihad mode.

    • Wizard of the Saddle February 2, 2024 at 11:13 am #

      Doesn’t the IDF still mainly place women in support roles? I read somewhere once that the IDF does not place large numbers of women into frontline combat formations, but perhaps this has changed in recent years.

  12. Demeter February 2, 2024 at 10:28 am #

    It’s always darkest before the dawn. Or the Cataclysm. Tough to guess which will come first.

    This is the darkest, most despair-filled commentary I have ever read in 60 years of truth-seeking. So many unknowns, so few positive answers.

    The answers will come in a year. If we live that long.

    • JohnAZ February 2, 2024 at 11:03 am #

      What me worry, the motto of the Deep State.

      You listen to the WH, Bidenomics is leading us down the Yellow Brick Road. I do not get it, where is their info coming from that we are in such good shape? They continue to lie incessantly and the hidebound Libs just ignore the real facts, like paying 40% more each week for food and supplies. This country and its people scare me.

      ROI. Return on Investment. I wonder what the American political ROI is for the Deep State?

      • Ron Anselmo February 2, 2024 at 12:39 pm #

        John – their ROI is nearly infinite. It’s their RO your forced I. Get it?

    • Cankerpuss February 2, 2024 at 1:05 pm #

      Demeter, I believe better days await us. However, I am a dinosaur in a changing world. I’m a Christian who believes in Jesus Christ. I believe he will return in time and restore peace to this planet. I believe we are witnessing the beginning (if we aren’t in it already) of the great tribulation that is supposed to preceded his coming. Once we get through this and he returns in his glory Satan will be bound and righteousness will prevail and every knee shall bend and every tongue confess that Jesus Christ is the Son of God and the God of this world. This knowledge will permeate every soul left upon the earth and will usher in a millennium of peace. We are living in days prophesied by the ancient prophets thousands of years ago.

      I often observe such evil and feel of such despair but there is also much good out there and I take heart by seeing and reading of that good. The forces of good and evil have never been this divided in the history of Earth. Good will ultimately prevail.

      Such is my faith. It ebbs and flows by the hour.

      • jim e February 3, 2024 at 11:44 am #

        “Yeshua bin Yusuf” (“Jesus son of Joseph”) was probably how he was most frequently identified in real life in the Aramaic language he mostly operated in, his mother tongue. It has been reported that he knew Hebrew, then strictly a liturgical language, given the reports of him at age 12 discoursing seriously with priests at the temple in Jerusalem. Greek was the lingua franca for business and ultimately the language the New Testament was written in where he was labeled “Iesos Christos,” translated into English as “Jesus Christ.”

  13. Miss Demeanor February 2, 2024 at 10:35 am #

    The latest account of Bret Weinstein’s trip to Darien Gap in an interview by Tucker Carlson is fairly convincing of a well-organized, long range invasion/infiltration of Asian men under cover of the “migrant crisis” happening at the Southern border.

    One hopes that our incredibly superior intelligence apparatus has it covered and is gulling them into a network of warehouses in Southern California where they are tracked and perhaps temporarily put to work in clandestine virus laboratories etc so they can drop the net over all of them at some future date.

    This would be a badly-needed PR coup for the 3 letter agencies, to look like they’ve actually succeeded in foiling an evil plot for once, instead of offering up the standard mentally deficient group of Patriot patsies they normally produce.

    The alternative appears to fall conveniently into the realm of sensational conspiracy theory.

    As Mark Twain said, “Truth is stranger than fiction, as truth is not limited by possibility!” This takes some mental gymnastics to get one’s head around but basically means that the more absurd it is, the more likely it is to be true.

    Truth can be so far outside our personal Overton window of what is possible, that it is perceived to be patently absurd/ridiculous and immediately dismissible.

    There are three types of information:
    1)What we know
    2)What we don’t know
    3)What we don’t know we don’t know

    If the truth occurs under category 3, 99% of people will dismiss it immediately without consideration.

    Occam’s Razor applies obliquely:
    “When you hear hoofbeats, you think horses, not zebras” refers to the principle that the most likely solution is the simplest one. This is not because simpler explanations are usually correct, but because you make fewer assumptions when looking for horses instead of zebras.

    • Cankerpuss February 2, 2024 at 10:55 am #

      Yes, Miss Demeanor. The easiest solution is the most obvious but nobody will do what it takes. That solution is to correct ourselves first.

      We must first correct our families.

      Parents must love and provide for the children they create.

      Parents must teach their children to work and provide discipline.

      Husbands should love, protect and be faithful to their wife.

      Wives should love and support, and love her husband.

      Mothers should love and nurture their children, not abort them.

      Fathers should provide for the children they create.

      God and morals should be taught to our children.

      We should cast off greed and our infernal nature to acquire “stuff.”

      We should turn off the televisions and smart phones and begin working to build meaningful interpersonal relationships with our neighbors and community members.

      If we would correct ourselves and our families everything else would fall in line.

      No drug cartels if we stop buying drugs.

      No corrupt news media if we stopped watching it.

      No pornography if we stopped subscribing to it.

      No unwanted pregnancies if we stopped fornicating.


      • JohnAZ February 2, 2024 at 11:09 am #

        The current population of the US is becoming less and less responsible per your definition.

        Could it be? Is the acknowledged fatherless culture of the Black cities spreading out to everyone? Is the invasion of third world immigrants adding to the situation too? Is the Gimme UBI culture making the US less responsible? If so, the Deep State is directly to blame.

        Is this what it means to become a third world country? If so, we are well on our way.

        • Cankerpuss February 2, 2024 at 11:14 am #

          We have become a Godless society devoid of morality or any reason to be moral. Take God out of the equation and what is left? There is no reason to be good because there is no opposition.

      • Wizard of the Saddle February 2, 2024 at 11:16 am #

        Largely due to the advent of SmartPhones. All mass media, really.

        I’ve come to believe that our society was more stable before radio, television, and the Internet.

        Yellow journalism confined to newspapers was bad enough back in the day. All of these newer, faster, more visual propaganda organs have succeeded mainly in accelerating the decline of human civilization.

        • Ron Anselmo February 2, 2024 at 12:55 pm #

          Excellent point Wiz – we had to seek out the newspapers – now “news & information” seeks us out – stalks us.

        • Cankerpuss February 2, 2024 at 12:58 pm #

          They are nothing but brainwashing tools, Wizard. People waste countless hours staring at their new Gods being told how to think and behave. Every time I rarely turn on the toob I am offended and turn it back off. I keep it around only because I like to watch older movies that actually entertain me and don’t try to make me think a woman who says she is a man is now a man.

          Think of it. Decades and decades of brainwashing. Countless hours of productivity lost sitting in front of those things. It’s staggering when one considers.

      • Jarek February 2, 2024 at 3:14 pm #

        And men must rule their wives. You left that part out.

    • tuco22 February 2, 2024 at 11:47 am #

      No, everyone always gets this wrong. Occam’s razor says: When you eliminate the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, is the truth. This is different from the simplest solution is the correct one.

      • Cankerpuss February 2, 2024 at 12:59 pm #

        Hey, Spock said that in Star Trek Six, The Undiscovered Country. Exactly as you did.

        Man, I miss Spock.

        • tuco22 February 2, 2024 at 1:13 pm #

          Spock is my go-to. But I didn’t get it from him. It was something I heard in my years in pathology.

      • Nick Reynolds February 2, 2024 at 2:38 pm #

        Sorry. Arthur Conan Doyle had Sherlock Holmes say that long before Spock even was. Occam’s razor says basically the simplest explanation is best. It’s not a physical law.

        • Jarek February 2, 2024 at 3:16 pm #

          That leaves much room for the Evil ones to work with. Tuco’s statement was better, regardless of what Spock, Holmes, or Occam said.

    • Blackbird February 2, 2024 at 10:35 pm #

      Bret Weinstein in the Darien Gap? Yeah, bet he blended in seamlessly…

      I should give him a listen, although I think he is secretly on the dark side – with the late great Jordan Peterson…

  14. Uncle.Al February 2, 2024 at 10:41 am #

    I support domestic internecine pyrrhic Daily Struggle toward Victory! Imagine savings to had in military transportation costs. Every squeeze will be an ultimate sacrifice as population is maintained through low cost importation.

  15. chet_the_farmer February 2, 2024 at 10:44 am #

    Most illegal aliens won’t sign up for any type of service:

    There is actually no way to contact a significant number of them.
    Free shit people dont sign up for things, or put their names on Lists.
    Brazen felons who won’t try to blend in and who do not fear lawful citizens will not communicate with any state or federal agencies.
    The military does not need millions of bad cooks with diseases who can’t read anything.

    There is really only one solution which will turn back illegal aliens.

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    • RD3 February 2, 2024 at 10:47 am #

      Their names are a bunch of chicken scratch anyway. I’d like to see every single person who came here since 1965 deported, but, minus that, they should be branded on the forehead like cattle and chipped like a wayward dog.

    • Jarek February 2, 2024 at 3:17 pm #

      Get to kill gringos and then be put over them after the war is over? Are you kidding me?

  16. JohnAZ February 2, 2024 at 10:53 am #

    I have a question for CFN.

    What the hell is Bidenomics?

    To me, he has not changed a damn thing since getting into office, feeding on the Trump economy. Covid knocked us back a peg or two and we have been recovering from that. Number one, Biden caused the Covid recession, then the inflation that resulted by printing fiat dollars and just giving them away. I cannot think of anything, except for the inflation that has ties to Biden, nothing. What has he done positive?

    The jobs report today is typical, all service sector jobs. Who is inventing all these jobs? Is the economy reporting crew in the same situation as the DOJ, make up stuff to make the WH look good. Are the jobs low wage Mcjobs? Is the participation rate going down? How many folks are going on UBI and just dropping out? Are Boomers going on SSA causing part of it?

    What is illegal immigration doing to these numbers? How are all these people counted? They should be adding unemployed to the rolls, by the millions. That is the ones that are counted.

    I really have a feeling that this whole thing is about to blow sky high. When it does the unemployment rate will still be going down and the number of jobs just going up even more. Does the government ever lie to us?

    This feels like never never land, where no one ever grows up.

    • Wizard of the Saddle February 2, 2024 at 11:20 am #

      All the happy talk about the economy is simply election year bullshit by the Regime and their propaganda lackeys in the MSM.

      I spend $200 a week just trying to keep reasonably healthful foods in my refrigerator – and I’m just a single man with no family to feed. Christ, who the fuck would possibly believe that the economy has “improved” under Joe Biden?

      • Cankerpuss February 2, 2024 at 11:32 am #

        I currently work in the land planning and development field. Let me tell you, the economy is not good. I’m barely scraping along. Small, local home building companies have folded and laid off thousands. Even the big home builders are admitting that they need to lower their home prices or they are going to go out of business. The problem is they can’t.

        What’s happening now is the “investor cash” is drying up and the true home buyers we need to be buying homes can’t afford it. We are in big trouble.

        I only respond to what I see and observe and what I am seeing and observing IS NOT A GOOD ECONOMY.

        • Beryl of Oyl February 2, 2024 at 11:44 am #

          In my neighborhood a couple of very small, very old houses just went on the market.

          I was hoping we might see some nice owner occupants to counteract the harmful effects on the neighborhood of too many homes bought up by absentee landlords after the last crash.

          The prices these houses are listed at are ridiculous! Anybody having to pay for food and transportation can’t afford a mortgage and taxes on these.

        • BackRowHeckler February 2, 2024 at 12:03 pm #

          We’ve got sh#tbox 1 bedroom apartment buildings going up everywhere around here, bankrolled by HUD & the State of Ct. It’s really discouraging, seeing the remaining orchards cut down & meadows plowed under..

          Chinese & SAsians are moving in. Apparently they don’t need much space & can be packed very tight. It was cool in these little towns, uncrowded & familiar, with houses and estates that date back to the 17th century. Our local school system recently voted to close on Chinese New Year & some Punjabi holiday I’ve never heard of.

        • Wizard of the Saddle February 2, 2024 at 12:16 pm #

          Cankerpuss – Do you agree with the many analysts who are predicting a rapid decline in housing prices over the next 5 years? If so, how much do you think they might fall?

          • Cankerpuss February 2, 2024 at 12:48 pm #

            I don’t see a sharp decline in housing prices for two reasons:

            1. As long as the Fed continues to print foney money the value of the dollar will continue to lower and building materials will continue to rise in price. Nobody ever mentions the role of dollar devaluation in the current price of everything. It’s always blamed on supply chains and bad economics when much of it is because our money is simple worth less than it used to be.

            2. It hasn’t happened in California. All of those California refugees are still selling their little shanty for a million dollars and then migrating to Utah and paying cash for their mansions. The problem is who in the hell is buying the homes in California? Oil barrons? Emirati? Chinese? As long as there are people there to pay the high prices the prices will stay high.

            Only when a house sits on the market for months on end into years will the prices come down.

        • beantownbill. February 2, 2024 at 2:35 pm #

          As a retired RE broker who has worked closely with developers, mostly big-time, I can tell you many of them will go bankrupt. For several reasons, the market has to change for the worse. Any large-scale developer will say they are successful because at some point they declared bankruptcy, and that wiped out their liabilities so they could rebuild.

          I don’t know if people realize how good a tool going under is. It seems to be the modus operandi for success.

          • cowbell81 February 2, 2024 at 3:19 pm #

            Trump did it many times, using the system to his advantage. Look how successful he was. Now they are trying to vilify him for playing along with the games of the system.

          • BackRowHeckler February 2, 2024 at 3:47 pm #

            I’ve seen that happen, Bill: a developer files for bankruptcy yet in no time at all he’s back working on new projects. How’s that work?

          • RD3 February 2, 2024 at 5:38 pm #

            Non-recourse loans.

          • Anthea February 3, 2024 at 1:24 am #

            A lot of developers went bankrupt during the 2008 real estate crash, or a year or so later. It was right about that time that the nearby town pushed through a school bond issue, which of course involved handing out a lot of lucrative construction contracts. Every church in town was pounding the pulpit to pass the bond issue.

            Here’s what I think: I think the developers owed a shit-ton of money to the local banks, which they couldn’t pay. The school bond issue was designed to provide these guys with the money to pay the banks–which was probably all that prevented a lot of bank failures. Thus, I’d say that the school bond issue was a kind of backdoor bank bailout.

      • tuco22 February 2, 2024 at 11:38 am #

        Only that third of the population that voted for him and will do so again.

        • tuco22 February 2, 2024 at 1:16 pm #

          Yes, it used to be called “what the market will bear.” That is, what people are willing to pay for a given good or service.

    • PeteAtomic February 2, 2024 at 3:32 pm #

      “What the hell is Bidenomics?”

      globalist multinationals & the MIC “building stuff” for & by a class of professional criminals?

    • KappaJoe February 2, 2024 at 11:16 pm #

      John, this is Bidenomics:

      advisorperspectives dot com/images/content_image/data/05/055c8bbf25b7ac77027161a00248465a.png

      (replace the dot with a . and remove the surrounding spaces)

      The above is a historical chart of leading economic indicators (LEI) that strongly suggest the US has been in recession pretty much since the start of 2023, i e., we’ve been in recession for over a year now.

      The sitting administration is gaslighting mightily, hoping no one will notice, while trying to pull a rabbit out of their collective ass, but instead their on-going policies will simply reinforce the current economic status quo.

  17. socialisthater February 2, 2024 at 11:00 am #

    Lots of dumb broads liked Hitler, too. He promised them happy homes with happy little kids that the Nazi state would expend most of the effort to “raise” (meaning “indoctrinate”) into happy little boy soldiers and little mothers. Hitler even encouraged white women to have lots of sex (marriage optional) to squeeze out more little Nazis for the state to raise.

    Lots of normal, un-brainwashed people looked at this Nazi Fascist Socialist mantra and said that there might be just a little bit very wrong and evil about such an ideology. 60 million deaths proved those normal people were correct.

    Stalin worked some of the same Socialist “magic” in the Soviet Union–but actually starting mass murdering the country’s own citizens even before Hitler started mass murdering German citizens, to the tune of 20 million Soviet citizens, many of them women and children.

    Here is the fact: Socialists are first, last, and always about gaining total power, then systematically murdering anyone opposing them, while propagandizing that their opposition are the real murderers and dictatorship-lovers.

    And so, in America, Democrats are now full Socialist dictatorship-loving, genocidal maniacs whose ideology has nothing in common with freedom, democracy, or decency. Biden is the most dictatorial President in American history–or, more correctly, he is being operated by remote control as a dictator by the treasonous Obama/Hillary cabal. Trump, who the Democrat scum pillory as a “Fascist” or “Nazi”, is actually the most freedom-loving President since Ronald Reagan or maybe even Theodore Roosevelt.

    Liberal white women are, sadly, some of the dumbest, most ignorant, least logical, and most superficial humanoids on Planet Earth, followed closely by liberal white men. Ironically, those liberal women are also the most frail and subservient of their sex–one man is not enough to protect them and support them–they vote for a whole government to do the job. They are too stupid and brainwashed to figure out that the government is and always will be too incompetent, corrupt, and evil to protect them–especially so when the government is run by leftist Democrat scum who actually hate their country’s own citizens. A word to liberal women: Like to be robbed, raped, assaulted, murdered, bankrupted, and enslaved? Just vote Democrat and you’ll get it–GOOD AND HARD!

    But, hey, under the Democrat scum leadership you liberal women can kill your unborn child anytime that you want, and you may even be able get your ass killed in a war somewhere, if you don’t get whacked by some Democrat-enabled criminal right here in America.

    • JohnAZ February 2, 2024 at 11:15 am #

      Heh, watch what happens when the Selective service becomes Pan Gender. Oh, no, we do not want to bear any responsibility for our rights.

      A book, Alas Babylon, was written about an atomic war. One passage, When the bomb dropped, feminism died. Very good words.

      • Wizard of the Saddle February 2, 2024 at 12:16 pm #

        Great book. I remember that.

    • Cankerpuss February 2, 2024 at 11:17 am #

      Watch out, Socialist. How dare you have the gall to mention women and their overwhelming assistance in the demolition of our society.

      Beryl is going to get you!

      • Anthea February 3, 2024 at 1:29 am #

        @ Cankerpuss:

        Feminism will die when the men cease their demolition of our society and become virtuous–as opposed man-whoring around, watching porn, and neglecting their responsibilities. As lond as women have to assume the responsibilities of men as well as women, the men will not be accorded any respect. Gonna have to get respectable for that.

    • Wizard of the Saddle February 2, 2024 at 11:25 am #

      I loved this rant. I could not have said it better

      God help us, but this tyrannical regime may actually hit critical mass and fast-forward us into death camps in this country thanks to the votes of these silly white women (and black women too) whose deepest wish is for the Sugar Daddy Government to be their lifelong “provider.”

      • Ron Anselmo February 2, 2024 at 1:29 pm #

        Yes Wiz –

        We are the Government.
        The Government is their Baby Daddy.
        Therefore, we are their Baby Daddy.

        Makes you feel like a proud father, doesn’t it?

        • Blackbird February 2, 2024 at 10:40 pm #

          I dunno, that baby don’t look like me…

      • Anthea February 3, 2024 at 1:30 am #

        There would be no demand for the government to provide for women and children if the men did their jobs.

        • benr February 3, 2024 at 8:28 am #

          There would be no demand for government to provide if current Hollywood culture was not promoting ghetto culture get up in them guts and get mines.
          As the constant stream of commercials with black men and white woman continue to increase in number the amount of single parent homes with more than one baby daddy sperm donor keep increasing.
          So does the number of woman with spiraling debt cycles as that baby daddy uses sugar mamma to get all the nice things he refuses to work for.

          We can also add 900% increase in syphilis rates among black and brown ladies from all that casual sex which according to the BBC is from phone apps for dating (hookups).

          Liberalism is a mental disorder

    • Jarek February 2, 2024 at 3:21 pm #

      Yes, google the economic miracle of Nazi Germany. He delivered. In fact, we don’t need the banker parasites. We need them like so many holes in the head. People were put back to work and paid real money. They could at last marry and have children. He was considered the Father of Germany by many.

      • Blackbird February 2, 2024 at 10:40 pm #

        Why did he declare war on the US?

        Globalist stooge?

      • Mac February 4, 2024 at 4:57 am #

        You can print money and hire people to build bombs, and it may look like a miracle for a while, but ultimately building bombs doesn’t create wealth. There is only one outcome when your economy is geared towards making war materiel. When it is clear the economy is fake, all there is left to do is blow up the bombs and blame the enemy.

    • workingclasshero February 3, 2024 at 9:26 pm #

      AND HARD!

      But, hey, under the Democrat scum leadership you liberal women can kill your unborn child anytime that you want, and you may even be able get your ass killed in a war somewhere, if you don’t get whacked by some Democrat-enabled criminal right here in America

      Socialisthater, excuse me if I’m wrong, but you seem like a leftwing troll to me.

  18. sadlycdn February 2, 2024 at 11:16 am #

    There is no real Chief of Staff as that job runs through Barry’s Bay in the Cape…this is the command center that also doubles as home of the fake paddle board drownings for those who have some secret recipes..Joe is obviously a clueless and demented wack job but couldn’t remember 10 things he’s done as his friend the teleprompter has that job…..even Joe couldn’t fck things up this bad even if you let him……..it’s all by design to destroy the West and nobody has more skill at that then Mr Barry Soetoro…..and now we have the wrenching possibilities of “the wife”….dragging us down to places no man dare to venture…..but no teleprompter needed here…….just a big mike

    • Cankerpuss February 2, 2024 at 11:34 am #

      I only know two of Joe’s cabinet. That ass clow Merrick Garland and that black lesbian freak show, KJP (a woman, I think) who bloviates consistent lies to the sad sack media who lick up those lies like a dog licking his own vomit.

      • BackRowHeckler February 2, 2024 at 11:46 am #

        John ‘Pizza Gate’ Podesta is the new Climate Czar.

        Watch how fast that lizard sells us out to WEF/UN globalists. He’s got a year and he can do a lot of damage in that year.

        • Puffin February 2, 2024 at 11:58 am #

          Lizard. Yes, very much. And an especially smelly and ugly one. One of Bill and Hill’s top henchmen and a Capo for B. Hussein. Have you noted how much money this louse sucked into his pie hole between Obama 2 and Biden? As a “green” energy “consultant”? Millions and millions. Now going to jet around the world to try and help save us all from excessive cow farts and gas grills.

          • Wizard of the Saddle February 2, 2024 at 12:18 pm #

            I wish someone could force Podesta’s head up a cow’s ass and force him to breathe the methane until he expired. It would be a fitting end to that jerk.

          • Beryl of Oyl February 2, 2024 at 1:45 pm #

            Speaking of the Green New Deal, I was going to say that RFK Jr. need to get it through his head that the whole climate thing is bunk, because it is hurting his chances.

            That reminded me, someone commented on a big fat butt on Only Fans using a real account under Bobby’s name.

            Bobby has put out an explanation as to why his comment appeared, but he is still getting a lot of roasting about it on his X site.

            I’d post a link but, you know.

          • Night Owl February 2, 2024 at 2:57 pm #

            Wiz, it would be much more fitting if Podesta were analy raped after being repeatedly scalded in a hot shower with a menacing voice off camera shouting “What’s my name!?”

            I mean, what else is there to do with an occultist pedophile?

  19. Beryl of Oyl February 2, 2024 at 11:53 am #

    Nice work identifying the COS and also noting his unusual absence.

    There are a lot of unusual absences in this administration.

    Nearly allof the cabinet etc. are in one way or another absent from their official duties.

    • Wizard of the Saddle February 2, 2024 at 12:19 pm #

      A curious feature to be sure, Beryl, and a red flag that Biden is most definitely NOT running the show – which was never in doubt amongst thinking people to begin with.

  20. Opie February 2, 2024 at 11:56 am #

    Speaking of those women, last night a friend of my wife dropped by. Both women loathe Trump and think he’s guilty as hell on the sex scandal, even after pointing out all the facts. My wife owned up and said she still couldn’t stand him (I will have to hold my nose to vote for him as well) but the other gal went crazy talking about how she was raped twice in the ’80’s ect. I think older women were sold a bill of goods back in the day that didn’t pan out the way they expected and see him as the poster child of all that’s wrong with their lives now. I predict he will lose on account of this. His loathsome persona is not helping his case. Even now he projects everything as being about him, instead of doing what is necessary for the country and getting elected. I guess it doesn’t matter at this point as every single person running seems hell bent on starting WW3. Future historians, assuming there will be any, will just shake their heads in disbelief.

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    • Beryl of Oyl February 2, 2024 at 12:23 pm #

      Yes a lot of women have had their minds poisoned against Trump, but so have a lot of men, just not for the same reasons as the women.

      When the NeverTrumpers come to mind, do you think of women?

    • Wizard of the Saddle February 2, 2024 at 12:24 pm #

      Trump’s vanity is not the driver of the 2024 election. Biden’s incompetence and the insanity of the federal government under his regime is.

      Of course, Democrats will continue to try to make this election “all about Trump” but it won’t work this time because in their fevered brown exertions to stop the “Bad Orange Man” they’ve managed to turn Trump into an almost Christ-like martyr figure.

      Hard to believe, I know, but they have done it. Americans, you see, have a national tradition of rooting for underdogs and the Democrats have miraculously managed to turn Trump into an underdog by relentlessly persecuting him and his supporters.

      Because of this, many voters now fully embrace Trump’s observation that the Democrats are really trying to get to the voters of the Republican Party – not Trump himself. They only go after Trump because he is standing in their way. Lots of truth to that observation.

      The immigration disaster is now driving this election and will determine its outcome in my humble opinion.

      • Wizard of the Saddle February 2, 2024 at 12:24 pm #

        “Fevered BROW” – not “brown.” Stupid spell checker strikes again!

      • beantownbill. February 2, 2024 at 2:51 pm #

        Trump won’t win because the Dems control the ballot boxes, or because many people have been brainwashed into thinking he is a disgusting person, or because he will be taken out in some way.

        I wish the citizenry would realize that. But, sigh, they will not.

        • Blackbird February 2, 2024 at 10:45 pm #

          And if Trump does win, it will be because the puppet masters wanted him to win – he has a job to do.

    • AmericanObserver February 2, 2024 at 12:42 pm #

      There will be future historians. They’ll be speaking Russian or Chinese, but they certainly will have a lot to talk about.

    • The Man They Call Zazelle February 3, 2024 at 12:06 am #

      While I’m not overly familiar with Trump and being an anarchist and what with living outside the US, what I have nevertheless heard/seen of him doesn’t quite mesh with much of the negative stuff about him.

      As for his ostensible narcissism, I do seem to recall that his election platform was about his country, the wall, returning industry and of course MAGA in general. Unsure where the narc is there, but at the same time, let’s not forget that he was dogged his entire time in office, as well as even before getting elected. That’s personal and so not really narc as a response to apparent personal attacks.

  21. cowbell81 February 2, 2024 at 12:19 pm #

    Every day, up to 5,000 prospective “asylum-seekers” cross America’s porous southern border, a growing crisis that has existed since Joe Biden became president and acted on his campaign call for foreign nationals to “surge to the border.” A question Americans should be asking is: How many of them will be like Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN)?

    Omar, who has the chutzpah to accuse Americans who support Israel’s right to exist of “divided loyalty,” seems to have forgotten her job is to look after American interests. While Israel is a cornerstone of America’s Middle East policy, the government of Somalia, whose president Omar refers to as “my president,” is led by supporters of terrorism. It could easily be in America’s interests to see Somalia share its waters one day.

    She’s also forgotten the Naturalization Oath of Allegiance she took in 2000, which starts, “I hereby declare, on oath, that I absolutely and entirely renounce and abjure all allegiance and fidelity to any foreign prince, potentate, state, or sovereignty, of whom or which I have heretofore been a subject or citizen.”

    • Wizard of the Saddle February 2, 2024 at 12:27 pm #

      How could Omar “forget” that her job was to look after American interests when such notions have never inhabited her towel-swathed cranium from the day she first took office?

      Omar is now, what she has always been – a traitor and a grifter.

      • Cankerpuss February 2, 2024 at 12:54 pm #

        The fact that that poisonous bitch walks in the hallowed halls of Congress offends me no end. She is hard evidence why we must resort to the following to survive.

        1. No immigrants can run for political office. You must have been born here and lived here. No Somali stowaways should ever be elected to political positions.

        2. No women in politics. Good God. Every time I hear members of “The Squad” I taste the bitterness of bile. Note that all of these crazies are women! Well, I think they are women. I’m not entirely sure what a woman is these days because women think a man who dresses like a woman is actually a woman. Get it?

        • messianicdruid February 2, 2024 at 3:09 pm #

          Kiss – reElect Nobody…

          • Blackbird February 2, 2024 at 10:49 pm #

            One of their best tracks from the album Dynasty.

      • Beryl of Oyl February 2, 2024 at 1:34 pm #

        Because she know that isn’t her real job? She’s only here because she was allowed to be.

        • PeteAtomic February 2, 2024 at 3:25 pm #



          She’s just another representative of the Planned Demolition of the Republic.

    • Jarek February 2, 2024 at 3:24 pm #

      She said nothing that Chuck Schumer didn’t say about Israel. For some one is fine and the other, the devil. For others, the opposite.

      Whites cannot take their own side and cannot seem to love themselves as group (race) or groups, ethnes and nations, anymore.

      • PeteAtomic February 2, 2024 at 3:26 pm #

        Make America Denmark Again




        • PeteAtomic February 2, 2024 at 3:26 pm #


          how did I do that

          I like it tho

          • neurodoc February 2, 2024 at 4:47 pm #

            It happened with me too. I think there must be a bug in program involving emojis.

  22. devnickle February 2, 2024 at 1:10 pm #

    What a fucking clown show D.C. is. Especially the Democrat party. No Joe, YOU are the joke.

  23. The Man They Call Zazelle February 2, 2024 at 1:24 pm #

    A US War With Iran? Increasingly Unlikely

    “The winning of multiple contract-only awards by Chinese firms at major oil and gas sites in Iraq was for a long time the preferred way for the country to covertly gain control over a site without provoking the ire of the U.S., while it still retained a strategic interest in Iraq…

    China has long seen Nasiriyah as an important part of its overall plans for Iraq, which are essentially to turn it into a client state, as it has done with Iran, to create one giant oil and gas station for it in the Middle East, which it can also use for geopolitical pressure purposes against the U.S. In Iran’s case, China has been successful so far into effecting this transformation from it as sovereign state into a Middle Eastern equivalent of Hong Kong (a Special Administrative Region of China) through the all-encompassing ‘Iran-China 25-Year Comprehensive Cooperation Agreement’… China is using the same sort of arrangement for Iraq, as evidenced in the equally all-encompassing ‘Iraq-China Framework Agreement’ of 2021.”

    ~ Simon Watkins, oilprice.com/Energy/Energy-General/China-Poised-To-Take-Further-Control-Of-Iraqs-Key-Southern-Oil-Assets.html

    • The Man They Call Zazelle February 2, 2024 at 1:43 pm #

      ‘This Is Not Friendly’ – Bret Weinstein Shows Tucker Carlson How China & The UN Are Driving The Invasion Of America


    • Blackbird February 2, 2024 at 10:53 pm #

      I’ve gotta disagree. I think war with Iran is just about inevitable now. Another, crucial step in destroying the US and the west.

      US bases evacuated. A fleet of aerial refuelers flying over. Something’s up. Smells like another Pearl Harbor.

      • The Man They Call Zazelle February 2, 2024 at 11:26 pm #

        Another, crucial step in destroying the US and the west.” ~ Blackbird

        Your quoted comment seems like a contradiction as to why war would normally be entered, unless you’re talking suicide or, at best, a desperate move, in which case, I’d be inclined to agree.

        My main points above and elsewhere is that Iran is tied to China and Russia to Iran, so if/when US goes to a direct war with Iran, it may be also be doing so with Russia as well as China, never mind other hostiles-to-US in the region.

        • Blackbird February 3, 2024 at 12:24 pm #

          That’s what I’m talking about Zazz.

          We’re not “in it to win it”, we’re in it to smash everything to rubble to pave the way for the New World Order.

          • The Man They Call Zazelle February 3, 2024 at 2:48 pm #

            Blobular Clusterfuck

            There’s the NATO blob, the Houthi and Hezbollah blobs, the CIA and FBI blobs, the Russia, Israel, USA, Iran and Ukraine blobs, nation-states’ general populations blobs and sub-blobs, and so forth, all squirming for control and/or agenda/conspiracy-maintenance, in the contexts of increasing bump-ups against hard limits, diminishing returns and increasing social, material and energy entropy of various sorts.

  24. The Man They Call Zazelle February 2, 2024 at 1:36 pm #

    Video Of The Year (So Far)


    I guess we’ll figure out now how gung-ho Gen Z really is.” ~ JHK

    The video gives me hope. Some of the younger gens are sharp (and cute and funny). There’s some age-inverted wisdom.

    “The tragedy of modern war is that the young men die fighting each other – instead of their real enemies back home in the capitals.” ~ Edward Abbey

  25. The Man They Call Zazelle February 2, 2024 at 1:43 pm #

    Hey, Israel: Get out of Dodge.

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    • Anthea February 4, 2024 at 10:39 am #

      That would be my advice.

  26. reggiezz February 2, 2024 at 2:26 pm #

    I suggest the following chant at the party conventions this summer:

    4 MORE WARS…

    • Blackbird February 2, 2024 at 10:55 pm #

      How do ya like it? How do ya like it?
      War! War! War!

  27. jim February 2, 2024 at 3:15 pm #

    It’s really fascinating to watch the main-stream media attempt to stage–manage/ choreograph the U.S. military response to the death of 3 U.S soldiers and the wounding of approximately 40 others at a logistics supply camp in Jordan.

    For the last two or three days U.S. media outlets have forewarned of the type of military response expected, thereby trying to minimize any chance of things getting out of control (a broader war)

    Earlier this morning the media showed conversations of President Biden with some of the parents of the three killed soldiers, where he mentioned to one mother that her son had been promoted posthumously to a sergeant and she broke out in tears of joy.

    Then the bodies of the three fallen soldiers were shown arriving at Dover Air Force base.

    There are now rumors that U.S. B1 bombers are in the air moving toward Iraq and Syria–so quite possibly some kind of air attack will be taking place soon, perhaps as early as this evening.

    We will then collectively witness some satisfying shock and awe, full of sound and fury but signifying nothing.

    Hollywood would be proud and all of us can now rest assured that the U.S. still remains the supreme hegemonic power in the Middle-East!

  28. PeteAtomic February 2, 2024 at 3:21 pm #

    The demoralization of the US populace is largely complete.

    The Biden Regime could simply gin up another fake emergency (disease X) & follow the Ukrainian government example with no Presidential election.

    Every democrat-controlled state would be fine with that. Some republican ones, too with some glaring exceptions like Texas, the Dakotas, Montana (some of the other Western states possibly).

    However, the fascist New England states (yes, fascist) & my socialist Republic of Minnesota (or California for that matter) would be all in for a dictatorship, er… sorry “our democracy” LOL

    • TruthSeeker1986 February 2, 2024 at 4:18 pm #

      I dont know why you guys are joking around about this, it’s not even funny it’s fucking annoying as hell what they are doing. But maybe I’m just not as old as a lot of you are. I’m 37 years old so I get easily agitated with all this shit.

      • PeteAtomic February 2, 2024 at 5:01 pm #


        personally, I’m kinda fatalistic & happy go lucky. I’m gonna live as free as I can, and make as many choices for myself and my family I can, and we will see what happens

        one step at a time

      • Blackbird February 2, 2024 at 10:56 pm #

        Who’s joking?

        • TruthSeeker1986 February 3, 2024 at 2:00 am #

          Was talking about Pete, thought he was joking around. But it’s whatever. I come to this site a lot, sometimes I’m just bitter as hell and like most people I find it harder to be happy with all this stuff going on…My bad if some of you are in a better mood than me.

          • Rulo Deschamps February 3, 2024 at 5:05 pm #


            You’re young. Perhaps as we get older we start dealing with the putrid state of everything with philosophy rather than anger. It could be that humor is part of philosophy. We are mad as hell, too, but to show it may be a weakness.

            I was also somewhat angry at Bush Jr and other things at your age, and that dulled some of the joy of moments that will not be repeated, like your children growing up. Could be other things for you.

            There’s something somewhere about “seizing the day,” I guess that means making the best of it, something useful, or kind, in a good mood if possible – despite the disaster of the world.

            My 2¢

      • farmgal February 3, 2024 at 9:05 am #

        @truthseeker 1986…forgive us old boomer poopers. We have lived with our dysfunctional system for so long we have become cynical and jaded. It really doesn’t seem fair that you and following generations will have to cobble something from this mess. But there’s some truth to the saying.
        .”we built that”

        If you are into fiction I would highly recommend The Mandibles by Lionel Schriever. It’s about a not so slow economic collapse of the US in the not too distant future. One of the main characters is a young man who is 13 at the beginning and around your age at the end. Very interesting to learn his pov of the system

        • Rulo Deschamps February 3, 2024 at 5:12 pm #


          well said! And I second your suggestion of “The Mandibles.”

  29. Roundball Shaman February 2, 2024 at 3:25 pm #

    “‘Joe Biden’ must decide now whether to go to war with Iran or Texas.”

    You know, the New Axis of Evil… Russia! Iran! North Korea! Plano! McKinney! Round Rock! Corpus Christi! Amarillo! Waco! Reclaiming the Lone Star State for Globalist WokeAmerica!

    “Can you name the White House chief of staff?”

    We can’t. But maybe at least we could all learn the name of the White House CHEF of staff. Whoever that is should have less reason to hide far away from the American People. That is, assuming the food they conjure in the Pale Building doesn’t suck.

    “Do you know how many virgins you can buy for $6-billion here on Planet Earth?”

    No, but we are quickly going to find out during ‘Soo-pahh’ Bowl week. Apparently 6 Billion is the going street rate to acquire female companionship for all those high-roller rich guys looking for temporary love in the middle of the Las Vegas desert on those cold and sandy-wind-blown nights.

    “Be advised: there is chatter coming out of this mysterious White House about bringing back the military draft.”

    Yep. That’s just what we need (?).

    And the American people? We get more war. More death. More cannon fodder for the Empire War Machine. And more people around the World who will just LOVE us for that. And with regard to Resident Biden… he rules nothing… not even his wayward cognitive vacancy. ‘The Indispensable Nation!’ has been fully ruled by MIC since 1963 if not earlier. And They ain’t going anywhere except to order their boys and girls and combinations-thereof in Congress to give them lots more money.

    “Remember what that (draft) is, Boomers?”

    We will have gone from millions of Boomers saying, ‘Hell no! We won’t go!’ To today’s Wokesters and Wokettes who will be saying nothing but, ‘Yes Sir, Daddy Gov! Anything you say! We LOVE you, Daddy Gov! Do you love me back, hmmm Sweetums!?’

    “… Stephen Colbert… informs us that ‘Joe Biden’ is catnip to the ladies because his aviator Ray-bans remind them of Robert Stack in The High and the Mighty.”

    Maybe the ladies see that version of Robert Stack. But when real truth comes down it will be revealed that what the ladies and all of us are going to get is the Biden/Robert Stack of The Untouchables. Thoroughly kicking our asses and putting us all in the slammer for income tax evasion which we never did commit in the first place. Hey, everything else has been weaponized. And so now United States Incorporated tax laws will also be fully weaponized to abuse and subdue we Americans. But at least the new Biden/Robert Stack version of The Untouchables will be wearing those cool shades to make all the ladies swoon and dream of wonderful evenings with a ‘Real Man!’.

    ‘Rico! Youngblood! Where the Eff are my Shades?! And what time is my manicure?… And WHO the hell am I again?…’

    But we can wipe out all our bogus tax debts clean as long as we sign up for the New Draft!.. Come on everybody! Let’s go! ‘Hell, yes! Lemme join that Mess!’

    All we need now is Walter Winchell to narrate ‘The War on McAllen!’

    • stelmosfire February 3, 2024 at 10:49 am #

      Asshole Biden and Robert Stack should not even be mentioned in the same sentence. Stack was the USA skeet shooting champion in the 70’s and set two world records. SloJoe couldn’t tell you which end of gun the bullet comes out off. Biden thinks a 9mm round will “Blow yer lungs out”

      • Roundball Shaman February 3, 2024 at 6:42 pm #

        Have you ever seen what Robert Stack (as Captain Rex Kramer) does to all those people at the airport who are seriously getting him annoyed in the 1980 movie ‘Airplane!’?

        So if America’s ladies (per Colbert) think they will get the Robert Stack (“Joe Biden”) of ‘The High and the Mighty’… they just might get the Stack (Biden) of either The Untouchables or of Airplane!

        But most airline pilots generally know where they’re going and why. This isn’t true of all National leaders. Or most of them. In more ways than one.

  30. GoldenRoad February 2, 2024 at 3:27 pm #

    Seriously – there must be no tin foil left in your neck of the woods.

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    • The Man They Call Zazelle February 3, 2024 at 2:50 pm #

      It’s aluminum foil now.

  31. neurodoc February 2, 2024 at 3:32 pm #

    ‘Try shooting one of those Vipers down with your 30-ought-6….’

    FYI, a brief firearms lesson for you blue staters who don’t know much about firearms due to your govmint’s tyranny. Apparently the pedo wh resident has made statements about shooting down ‘his’ jets with rifles…

    Very few people, except ‘geezers,’ which I now define as 95 and older, 🙂 shoot anything in 30-06. The terminal ballistics are rather mediocre for such a heavy cartridge. I haven’t even seen one at a range in 15 years. The most popular modern calibers are .308, 6.8mm and 5.56mm (the latter for the venerable AR-15, which, by the way, is NOT full auto or a machine gun, but semi-auto, very different). No one would try to shoot down a so called ‘viper’ or an F series with any normal rifle caliber, except maybe a semi auto 50BMG by one who is an incredible, 3 sigma marksman who is also very lucky. Such vehicles and choppers would require a LAW rocket w/ thermal guidance, surprisingly readily available on the DARK WEB near you. Or, perhaps in the islamic flea markets in Minneapolis.

    FYI, For educational interests only.

    • PeteAtomic February 2, 2024 at 3:35 pm #

      “Or, perhaps in the islamic flea markets in Minneapolis.”

      Maybe the US gov’t oughta comb thru those markets for all the shit they left in Kabul.

      Ukraine is waiting ffs

    • benr February 2, 2024 at 4:51 pm #

      Wrong Nuerodo at least about the 30-06 being mediocre they have killed just about everything on land you could ever hope to shoot.


      Right now its just easier to get ammo for .308 than 30-06.

      • neurodoc February 3, 2024 at 1:01 pm #

        The article you site basically concludes that both cals are acceptable. They ignore the weight issue which I clearly referred to in my comment. Try carrying 100 rounds of 30-06 during a 10 mile hike. Also, try finding a 20 or 30 round mag for 30-06; not possible.

        • benr February 4, 2024 at 8:46 am #

          With that caliber you don’t need 20-30 rounds.
          Yep they are very heavy I actually have one wonderful gun.
          Most ranges won’t allow you to shoot one because they are afraid it will damage the wall that stops the bullet and go right on through.

    • gustafson.robert.22 February 3, 2024 at 4:59 am #

      Every plane that crosses the airspace above my property gets shot with the .38.

      • Rulo Deschamps February 3, 2024 at 4:45 pm #


        apparently you don’t have the right to shoot a drone spying on a window in your house in your land. At least here in FL, you’re the guilty party. Even if your airspace is measured above rural acres, not the cheek to jowl wastelands of the conformist.

        You can just discard the carcass of the voyeur’s drone right away if you decide to end the problem with a .410 or other shotgun being careful of course about it. That should send a strong message to the voyeur.

        Why don’t they get good salties from Chokoloskee or Everglades City to cast mullet nets (an art form) on drones from Hueys in Ukr and Gaza? And pepper them with birdshot?

  32. sadlycdn February 2, 2024 at 4:08 pm #

    Good thing the US added over three hundred thousand jobs….I was beginning to get worried…..

    • benr February 2, 2024 at 4:52 pm #

      Added or people are still going back to work finally from covid lock downs.
      I keep hearing about massive layoffs all over.

      • OG February 2, 2024 at 8:29 pm #

        I keep hearing about branch closures and layoffs in the US by banks.

        • RD3 February 2, 2024 at 9:30 pm #

          Branches are closing because people are depositing checks and doing other banking from their phones. Banks only build new branches these days if they are trying to break into new markets and don’t yet have name recognition in said market. Its essentially a giant billboard for them.

      • stelmosfire February 3, 2024 at 10:57 am #

        UPS alone dumping 12,000.

        Article on National Propaganda Radio dated 1/24/2024:

        “Last year was, by all accounts, a bloodbath for the tech industry, with more than 260,000 jobs vanishing — the worst 12 months for Silicon Valley since the dot-com crash of the early 2000s.”

        Gov will just fudge the numbers even more than usual because “Bidenomics” is working miracles doncha know.

        • benr February 4, 2024 at 8:49 am #

          But but Bidenomics is working the economy si strong don’t cha know.
          Look look at the single measure of the economy the stock market.
          Under a Republican a strong stock market is just corporate greed.

          Under a Democrat it is a measure of successful policies.

          /rolls eyes

    • sadlycdn February 2, 2024 at 6:36 pm #

      US won’t do anything against Iran that would raise the price of oil in election year….meanwhile folks are fine with 7 or 8 hundred thousand young men killed in the Ukrainian meat grinder….Gaza is the big shinny object right now

      • The Man They Call Zazelle February 2, 2024 at 9:27 pm #

        Tickle Me Elmo

        As I posted in my comment above, China appears increasingly heavily-invested in Iran and the area.
        As I also posted previously under another article’s threads, Russia was about to sign a pact or treaty with Iran that ‘recognizes its sovereignty’ among other things I guess.
        So the US, at the very least, has quite a few States on that continent’s general area to worry about, to say little about its own potentially semi-hostile ‘invasion’, as well as its ongoing problems with Venezuela– another oil-rich State– and maybe South and Central America in general.

        Don’t forget also what entity blew up what pipeline recently (Nordstream); where the pipeline was supposed to be going (Germany? Europe?); and what country who infamously said ‘Fuck the EU.’ was from.

        WRT my recent article’s quote hereon, not only is China implicated in the US’ border crisis, but also the EU.

        But, really, any word on what Elmo has to say about any of this?

        • The Man They Call Zazelle February 2, 2024 at 9:35 pm #

          Correction to above comment:

          The second bolded EU should of course read, incstead, UN.

  33. cowbell81 February 2, 2024 at 5:22 pm #

    This is a test: 😉

  34. beantownbill. February 2, 2024 at 5:27 pm #

    Re women being emotional and voting:

    It surprises me that some of the women here don’t seem to care about having the power to vote.

    Yeah, sure women tend to be more emotional than men. I suppose it has something to do with their hormones.

    But I keep thinking about Star Trek. Spock was the extremely logical one, while Bones was the emotional one. They didn’t agree much. It took a third person, Captain Kirk, to listen to the input and make a decision on what to do. The point is that there’s a need for emotion as well as logic in actions.

    Women and men are both necessary for achieving success, otherwise God would have made men capable of having children. Why have two sexes when one will do? Two is inefficient. When a man became pregnant, evolution could figure out how to deal with it.

    So God must have had some other reason for creating women. If you want to find out why, just ask Him.

    BTW, in the past, women weren’t necessarily considered the weaker sex or needing protecting because they were the child-bearing ones. Pregnant women often worked in the fields. When they were ready to deliver, they laid down, delivered their baby, and went back to work.

    The reason women stayed home and men went hunting was because men produced testosterone and were much more aggressive. They also tended to have more muscle, a major requirement in dealing with wild animals and other enemies. Human babies are kind of unique because they need much more time to mature than other animals, so women got nurturing hormones, and although capable of hunting, were less so than men. Imagine trying to hunt mammoths carrying around a baby.

    • tucsonspur February 2, 2024 at 7:47 pm #

      Babies were sometimes thrown to the mammoths as a distraction. The mammoths couldn’t resist the tender little morsels and often toyed with them before ingestion, giving the hunters better chances for a kill.

      Often enough, if the mother objected, she too would be offered up in various portions.

      • The Man They Call Zazelle February 2, 2024 at 9:00 pm #

        Your mythology might make a more intriguing screenplay than beantownbill’s mythology. What do you think?

        • beantownbill. February 2, 2024 at 9:47 pm #

          Except I consider my post to not be fiction. Anyway, blood and violence always makes for more interest than reality.

          • The Man They Call Zazelle February 2, 2024 at 10:23 pm #

            Your post seems to be more of a hybrid of sorts.

      • OG February 2, 2024 at 10:12 pm #

        Mammoths were herbivores.

        • The Man They Call Zazelle February 2, 2024 at 10:19 pm #

          tucsonspur may be referring to the unicorn mammoths.

      • Blackbird February 2, 2024 at 11:04 pm #

        Mammoths were peace-loving vegetarians – witness the mouthfuls of flowers found in flash frozen mammoths in Siberia. Crunchy baby bones are nowhere near as tender as asparagus, lichen, or Amanita muscaria.

        Try a little harder tucs – and quit picking on the extinct who can’t defend themselves.

        • tucsonspur February 3, 2024 at 1:30 am #

          Yeah, but those things don’t gurgle and coo like a little baby. It’s said that those sounds could simply mesmerize the mountainous mammoth, putting it into a state of dangerous docility and thus sometimes sparing the helpless little infant.

          Baby bones, like croutons to a salad! Yum, yum!

          • Jarek February 3, 2024 at 3:11 pm #

            Well they had a game where they would pass the baby, sometimes throwing it from trunk to trunk. To get over the goal line they had to put the baby on the ground and kick it over. Sometimes accidents happened….

            The humans throwing screaming and throwing spears were simply part of the game, NPC’s, antifa, and BLMs.

  35. beantownbill. February 2, 2024 at 5:57 pm #

    In other news, the US launched airstrikes in Syria as a response to Iran’s allies killing 3 American soldiers.

    Ooh, Iran must be shaking in their boots! What a devastating act! I’m sure this will stop any more Iranian and Iranian-ally attacks.

    What a fucking tepid response. I don’t want any more American deaths, but all this does is encourage the bad guys. If they got the shit kicked out of them, then they would think twice about doing it again.

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  36. edpell February 2, 2024 at 7:35 pm #

    Biden’s clear and obvious mission is to destroy America. The question is will more than 50% of the voters vote from the destruction of America.

    • The Man They Call Zazelle February 2, 2024 at 9:04 pm #

      Why don’t they come up with a fancy name for that mission– you know like all those other missions with tacky names, like ‘Enduring Freedom’ or whatever stupid name like that. What would we call it?

      • RD3 February 2, 2024 at 9:25 pm #

        Hahaha. Like “The PATRIOT Act”

        • beantownbill. February 2, 2024 at 9:50 pm #

          Here’s another: Operation Mosquito Bite.

          • The Man They Call Zazelle February 2, 2024 at 10:02 pm #

            Not bad, guys.

    • The Man They Call Zazelle February 2, 2024 at 9:05 pm #

      Here’s one submission:

      ‘Operation Virtue Dumpster’

  37. RCAnderson February 2, 2024 at 9:34 pm #

    Jim, you just made me realize why they’re pushing the trans and drag thing so much in the services: they’re going to reinstitute the draft and now no one will be able to say they’re “unfit” for duty because they’re gay or trans. Won’t make any difference!

    • The Man They Call Zazelle February 2, 2024 at 10:00 pm #

      Daddy DADT

      “Don’t ask, don’t tell” (DADT) was the official United States policy on military service of non-heterosexual people. Instituted during the Clinton administration, the policy was issued under Department of Defense Directive 1304.26 on December 21, 1993, and was in effect from February 28, 1994, until September 20, 2011. The policy prohibited military personnel from discriminating against or harassing closeted homosexual or bisexual service members or applicants, while barring openly gay, lesbian, or bisexual persons from military service. This relaxation of legal restrictions on service by gays and lesbians in the armed forces was mandated by Public Law 103–160 (Title 10 of the United States Code §654), which was signed November 30, 1993.” ~ Wikipedia

      • elysianfield February 3, 2024 at 1:15 am #

        The current policy is SYMIYSMY…

  38. KL Cooke February 2, 2024 at 11:28 pm #

    Chet Atkins, Jerry Reed, Roy Clark, great guitar players, but they all looked up to Glen Campbell.

    • RD3 February 3, 2024 at 12:28 am #

      Glen Campbell was a fine player, but he wasn’t in a league with the other guys you mentioned.

      • stelmosfire February 3, 2024 at 11:25 am #

        Comparing guitar players is a fool’s errand. Glen Campbell was a prominant member of the “Wrecking Crew” Fantastic talent and couldn’t read a note of music.Played on tons of hit songs with no listing credits. An underappreciated talent. When none other than the great Django Reinhardt called him “the most awesome player I ever heard.” that means something.

        Then again FJB picks a mean butthole.

        • stelmosfire February 3, 2024 at 11:56 am #

          Well turns out that quote with Reinhardt is reversed.

        • Night Owl February 3, 2024 at 3:22 pm #

          I hate to break it to you, but most guitar players outside of classical players can’t read music.

          Many of rock and pop’s most revered players had only a basic understanding of theory as well.

          • benr February 3, 2024 at 5:53 pm #

            A musical genius Danny Elfman said at one of his concerts he could not read music.
            Yet he has created many a musical score for some pretty major movies and an 80’s band called Oingo Boingo.


            Weird liberal suffering TDS but I sure liked his music.

          • stelmosfire February 3, 2024 at 7:04 pm #

            Not what I meant, reading music is an acquired/learned skill. I knew some theory but I had a shit ear for tones. Doing studio work requires tons of natural talent and a natural ear for where the music is going and a well tuned ear. Glen Campbell was a natural.

        • RD3 February 3, 2024 at 7:09 pm #

          “Comparing guitar players is a fool’s errand.”

          Yes. Comparing those of similar station might be, but it is possible to draw distinctions between really exceptional players, great players, average, etc.

          At one point, Chet Atkins said of Jerry Reed that “the student has exceeded the master.” Elvis was cutting a Jerry Reed track and had 40+ different players attempt the guitar part. Finally, the producer told Elvis that if you want the guitar part to sound like Jerry Reed, you have to get Jerry Reed.

          Glen Campbell was certainly a great player, but he never pushed the instrument to the degree that Reed did and he never came close to the self-written instrumental catalogue that Reed had. Roy Clark was probably the only rival that Jerry Reed. had. I haven’t heard anything since that is close. Billy Strings is an amazing player, but of a totally different style.

          • Night Owl February 4, 2024 at 3:35 am #

            This is actually more subjective than objective at a certain point.

            There are bands I like where both guitar players are objectively stellar, whose parts are equally difficult to learn and get right, but where one simply sounds better to my ear. Someone else might prefer the other guy.

  39. tucsonspur February 3, 2024 at 1:00 am #

    ‘Your mythology might make a more intriguing screenplay than beantownbill’s mythology. What do you think?’ Zaz

    I think that sometimes I just like to have fun. Was the mammoth the first ‘wooly bully’?

    • The Man They Call Zazelle February 3, 2024 at 1:28 am #

      I can relate to the fun and to your question; unsure, but just between you and me (cuz it’s kind of embarrassing, so I don’t want anyone else to read it), I had thought of the nickname, morsel.

  40. BackRowHeckler February 3, 2024 at 9:08 am #

    Meanwhile, in Ct, things have taken a turn for the wierd. Down in Brookfield, in the southwest part of this small state … the local Board of Education saw fit to quietly have a tampon dispensing machine installed in the boys bathroom at the High School. For whatever reason. They claim it is mandated by State Law, altho it seems to me more like a provocation. Within 10 minutes the machine was torn off the wall and tossed out unto the corridor. The sh#t hit the fan as you can well imagine; now the hunt is on for the ‘Transphobe” who committed this hateful act. Police were called. At this moment video is being reviewed, suspects are being questioned, the public is being assured “this will not stand. This is not who were are, these are not our values.” That’s where the situation stands now. No doubt the “Transphobe” will soon be apprehended, expelled from school, and prosecuted, much to the relief of the ‘Trans Community.”

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    • stelmosfire February 3, 2024 at 11:38 am #

      The machine probably ate Suzy Creamcheese’s quarter. How dare you!

      • BackRowHeckler February 3, 2024 at 2:03 pm #

        I think they were free, no 25c deposit necessary.

        Members of some Board of Ed appeared on the local news: slightly overweight women age from the mid 20s to late 40s, blue, green & purple hair, odd eyeglasses, with a beatific, sh#teating, condescending smile plastered permanently on their pasty faces — expressing outrage.

    • RD3 February 3, 2024 at 9:51 pm #

      Such is the moral contagion of government schools.

  41. The Man They Call Zazelle February 3, 2024 at 10:49 am #

    Uncle Jemima’s Pure Mash Liquor


  42. topgunsailor65 February 3, 2024 at 12:12 pm #

    Jim. Always enjoy your stuff. A bit of a “tweak” on Gov Abbott of TX however. He is WEF. (easy to validate). Someone called him the Texas Section Chief for the WEF. He has been kidnapping migrants, loading busses with them and sending them to northern cities. That’s not news. His “stand” against the OGUS is bogus. His struggle against Biden about who owns and controls the TX portion of the border is also bogus. It’s theater.. KAFABE. The Eagle Pass “stand off” is also bogus. The entire issue is over a very short section of the Rio Grande near Eagle Pass. A mere 500 yards west(upstream) of the Eagle Pass “gate” begins a string of many gates: ALL open and ALL seeing thousands pass every hour.
    So the Governor is getting great press, building “street cred”, accumulating congratulations and accomplishing what both HE and BIDEN both want and are achieving daily. Such is the nature of 5th Gen warfare. That warfare is information. A psyop. The Cabal is giving the insouciant US citizen a sound thrashing. Legacy media laps it all up as “existential threat”. Some say, “The Cabal needs compliant, thankful, grateful and permanent voters next cycle and forever. Maybe. Some say these migrants comprise an invasion force and that we are at war, even now, but hasn’t gone kinetic. Yet. Probably.
    Either way this threat contains real life fighting age men from many nations which have been pissed at the US for decades streaming unchecked into the interior of our borderless nation. USBP are door keepers processing and escorting death and disease into our once Grand but borderless Republic every day. Morale in the BP ranks is terrible. They want Myorkas gone.
    Deep state / global / dark economy power is undergirded by 3 things: People. Drugs and Weapons. Globally, we are, in real time watching permutations of Fast and Furious: brought to us by the man who declared the United States needs to undergo a massive and fundamental transformation. Let the games begin in your neighborhood and mine. When you hear screams of “Allah Akbar”, it’s about to get real, real fast. Up close and personal. Hopefully YOUR County Sheriff is up to speed about the threat.
    Arm up.

    • The Man They Call Zazelle February 3, 2024 at 12:37 pm #

      Ants In Amber

      WEF, WHO, CIA, US, Russia, etc., don’t have much control either.

      Global-industrial civilization appears as an increasingly-decoupling, entropying mass that we can call The Blob if we want to, and we’re stuck in it and squirming around, trying to free ourselves and/or effect some kind of control, like ants in amber.

    • TruthSeeker1986 February 3, 2024 at 2:41 pm #

      This shit is depressing…..And this is why I told my mother “Republicans are garbage, no better than Democrats.” And I honestly thought Abbot was trying to protect Texas too.. I wish I had the money to get the hell out of America…. Cant stand this country anymore. If I could I’d move to Japan. At least for now their gov isn’t trying to fuck over their own people like this.

      • TruthSeeker1986 February 3, 2024 at 2:48 pm #

        Living in a country that has been lying to me since I was a child that it’s better than the rest of the world pisses me off even more when you have treasonous people on the left and right intentionally creating problems. You have no one in this country that gives two fucks about it to do the right thing either.

        When I read the kind of stuff you post I feel like smashing out my own glass windows with my bare knuckles. That’s how pissed off I am right now after reading all of that.

        • The Man They Call Zazelle February 3, 2024 at 3:44 pm #

          “We live in an economy which takes 80% of our each new generation and educates that 80% to obey orders and to endure boredom, and stifles their creativity, and stifles their capacities, and curtails them. They’re systematically crushed by a system which does what? Which fills slots, and 80% of the slots need people who just do rote tedious repetitive labour at least at work, and therefore are acclimated to doing that…

          If you’re callous to the effects on others, you have a potential to rise. The odds are that you can ‘compete’ your way up. If you care and are socially concerned about others, you’re at a tremendous disadvantage. So I think the competitive dynamic that we have does sort of weed out a set of people for success. But I would say that what it weeds out for success is not competence, not creativity, not intelligence, but callousness far more often.” ~ Michael Albert

          “Species move from competition to cooperation because they discover the economic value of cooperating. It is cheaper, more efficient… All you have to do is look at our pentagon budget and see that a tiny fraction of it would really develop countries that we’ve been levelling instead… Very much more cost-effective to make friends of them than it is to keep them as enemies.” ~ Elizabet Sahtouris, evolutionary biologist

          “… So money goes toward those who will create even more of it. But, basically economic growth means that you have to find something that was once nature and make it into a good, or was once a gift-relationship and make it into a service. You have to find something that people once got for free or did for themselves or for each other, and then take it away and sell it back to them, somehow. By turning things into commodities, we get cut off from nature in the same ways we are cut off from community.” ~ Charles Eisenstein

          “The nature to which people are able to be social, civilized, sympathetic is quite amazing and it’s in contradiction to the nature of the money.” ~ From the documentary, ‘The Money Fix’

          “The pupil is thereby ‘schooled’ to confuse teaching with learning, grade advancement with education, a diploma with competence, and fluency with the ability to say something new. His imagination is ‘schooled’ to accept service in place of value. Medical treatment is mistaken for health care, social work for the improvement of community life, police protection for safety, military poise for national security, the rat race for productive work. Health, learning, dignity, independence, and creative endeavour are defined as little more than the performance of the institutions which claim to serve these ends, and their improvement is made to depend on allocating more resources to the management of hospitals, schools, and other agencies in question.” ~ Ivan Illich, Deschooling Society

          “Behind Boetie’s thinking was the assumption, later spelled out in great detail by David Hume, that states cannot rule by force alone. This is because the agents of government power are always outnumbered by those they rule. To insure compliance with their dictates, it is essential to convince the people that their servitude is somehow in their own interest. They do this by manufacturing ideological systems…” ~ Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr.

          “The most dangerous man, to any government, is the man who is able to think things out for himself… Almost inevitably he comes to the conclusion that the government he lives under is dishonest, insane and intolerable…” ~ H.L. Mencken

        • SoftStarLight February 3, 2024 at 3:54 pm #

          Don’t do that. Then you’ll have to fix the windows. That energy can be directed elsewhere. I mean, it’s just a thought.

          • TruthSeeker1986 February 3, 2024 at 7:46 pm #

            I wont, I’m just saying that’s how I feel…I visualize it being the face of these traitors….

          • SoftStarLight February 3, 2024 at 9:49 pm #

            Hey you could get a punching bag and tape their faces on it and have a little work out lol.

      • RD3 February 3, 2024 at 6:37 pm #

        Abbott doesn’t have a leg to stand on. Who empties his colostomy bag?

        • stelmosfire February 3, 2024 at 7:09 pm #

          Well the guy had shit luck. Out for a run 40 years ago and a tree falls on him. I’d be pretty pissed off at the “Master of the Universe”.

          • RD3 February 3, 2024 at 7:15 pm #

            Stuff happens. My uncle climbed up to get a football that was stuck in a tree and got electrocuted.

            I think the guy is likely a cipher and a vaudevillian fraud. If that is the case, he deserves his wheel chair.

          • RD3 February 3, 2024 at 7:15 pm #

            Conversely, Wallace was a great man, who didn’t deserve his chair.

  43. The Man They Call Zazelle February 3, 2024 at 12:28 pm #

    The Butterfly Effect, Chaos & Social/Energy Entropies: Governments-As-Technology; Technology-As-Extension/Visceral-Decoupling; Blobs-As-Increasingly-Amorphous-Uncontrols


    2nd question first–the BIG PICTURE:

    The BIG picture is to sow as much chaos and confusion on every front possible, to create a smokescreen to obfuscate the ‘blob’s’ nefarious actions.

    To not only exploit existing divisions, like Black and White, or English-speaking vs Spanish/other, but create NEW ones that did not exist.

    For example, divide people into mRNA vaxxed vs unvaxxed, and punish the unvaxxed.

    Or, changing gender from a characteristic male…” ~ Socrates-Detroit February 2, 2024 at 3:11 pm

    “According to him, the dystopia of the Wachowski Brothers’ Matrix trilogy is already here: the technological-industrial ‘machine’ is already running the world, a world where individual humans are but insignificant little cogs with barely any autonomy. No single human being – neither the most powerful politician, nor the most powerful businessman – has the power to rein in the system. They necessarily have to follow the inexorable logic of what has been unleashed.” ~ G Sampath on John Zerzan

    “The ‘iron law of oligarchy’ states that all forms of organization, regardless of how democratic they may be at the start, will eventually and inevitably develop oligarchic tendencies, thus making true democracy practically and theoretically impossible, especially in large groups and complex organizations. The relative structural fluidity in a small-scale democracy succumbs to ‘social viscosity’ in a large-scale organization. According to the ‘iron law’, democracy and large-scale organization are incompatible.” ~ Wikipedia

    “A pseudo state function, the ‘Social Entropy’ (SE) is defined in order to show the application of the second law of thermodynamics to the human social behavior. This is achieved under the assumption that such property (SE) is equivalent to the degree of social dissatisfaction (SD), of certain social, economic, or political system[s]. Hence, a Boltzmann type equation is used after simplifying it with Stirling formula to obtain a rough estimative of the amount of the relative SE in a determined place and moment of history.

    A case study related to the Peruvian society has been used here to demonstrate our hypothesis that the social entropy tends to increase with time. Similarly the degree of disorder of a thermodynamic system increases with time. Generally speaking we observe so far that the degree of disorder is a manifestation of the social dissatisfaction within the limits of the system.”

    ~ James H.L.Lawler

    “Entropy is a tendency, so when Galtung refers to entropy, he is referring to the natural decay of complex organized high energy social systems to states of low energy disorganized chaos. Entropy is a natural, inevitable and unstoppable process of decay that happens to any structure or process that is made of a complex order of things or that requires lots of energy to maintain its status quo, and this decay leads to a final state of low energy and or disorder of objects. The decay of systems can lead to chaos and destruction but, if managed adequately it can create an opportunity for positive change and renewal in society. The management of entropy is indicated by Galtung as a requirement for peace to last, it is one of the six elements that make up lasting peace, it is essential for people to understand what it means to create lasting peace.”

    ~ Aya Taqi,

    • SoftStarLight February 3, 2024 at 3:51 pm #

      The Butterfly Effect is such an awesome movie. The infinite dimensions of choices and consequences!

      • The Man They Call Zazelle February 4, 2024 at 6:04 pm #

        I looked it up on Rotten Tomatoes and its rating– the first film, not the sequels– is quite low by the critics, but quite high by the audience.

        I certainly like the idea of being able to assume my past selves while retaining my current brain and/or memories/knowledge and accessing various events in my past to change my interaction with them. Like a ‘What would you do if you had a chance to do it again?’

        • SoftStarLight February 4, 2024 at 9:06 pm #

          It is very interesting. The scary part is that the slightest little change can literally change everything

          • The Man They Call Zazelle February 5, 2024 at 2:01 am #

            Oh sure, that’s the butterfly effect in a nutshell.

  44. The Man They Call Zazelle February 3, 2024 at 2:00 pm #

    White Like Me


  45. The Man They Call Zazelle February 3, 2024 at 2:53 pm #

    Blobular Clusterfuck


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  46. Jarek February 3, 2024 at 3:08 pm #

    @based Mike Lee

    Earlier today, a reporter standing outside the Senate chamber told me that, after four months of secrecy, The Firm™? plans to release the text of the $106 billion supplemental aid / border-security package—possibly as soon as tomorrow.

    Wasting no time, she then asked, “if you get the bill by tomorrow, will you be ready to vote on it by Tuesday?”

    The words “hell no” escaped my mouth before I could stop them. Those are strong words where I come from. (Sorry, Mom).

    The reporter immediately understood that my frustration was not directed at her.

    Rather, it was directed at the Law Firm of Schumer & McConnell (“The Firm™?”), which is perpetually trying to normalize a corrupt approach to legislating—in which The Firm™?

    (1) spends months drafting legislation in complete secrecy,

    (2) aggressively markets that legislation based not on its details and practical implications (good and bad), but only on its broadest, least-controversial objectives,

    (3) lets members see bill text for the first time only a few days (sometimes a few hours) before an arbitrary deadline imposed by The Firm™? itself, always with a contrived sense of urgency, and then

    (4) forces a vote on the legislation on or before that deadline, denying senators any real opportunity to read, digest, and debate the measure on its merits, much less introduce, consider, and vote on amendments to fix any perceived problems with the bill or otherwise improve it.

    Whenever The Firm™? engages in this practice, it largely excludes nearly every senator from the constitutionally prescribed process in which all senators are supposed to participate.

    By so doing, The Firm™? effectively disenfranchises hundreds of millions of Americans—at least for purposes relevant to the legislation at hand—and that’s tragic.

    It’s also unAmerican, uncivil, uncollegial, and really uncool.

    So why does The Firm™? do it?

    Every time The Firm™? utilizes this approach and the bill passes—and it nearly always does—The Firm™? becomes more powerful.

    The high success rate is largely attributable to the fact that The Firm™? has become very adept at (a) enlisting the help of the (freakishly cooperative) news media, (b) exerting peer pressure in a way that makes what you experienced in middle school look mild by comparison, and (c) rewarding those who consistently vote with The Firm™? with various privileges that The Firm™? is uniquely capable of offering (committee assignments, help with campaign fundraising, and a whole host of other widely coveted things that The Firm™? is free to distribute in any manner it pleases).

    It’s through this process that The Firm™? passes most major spending legislation.

    It’s through this process that The Firm™? likely intends to pass the still-secret, $106 billion supplemental aid / border-security package, which The Firm™? has spent four months negotiating, with the luxury of obsessing over every sentence, word, period, and comma.

    I still don’t know exactly what’s in this bill, although I have serious concerns with it based on the few details The Firm™? has been willing to share.

    But under no circumstances should this bill — which would fund military operations in three distant parts of the world and make massive, permanent changes to immigration law — be passed next week.

    Nor should it be passed until we have had adequate time to read the bill, discuss it with constituents, debate it, offer amendments, and vote on those amendments.

    There’s no universe in which those things will happen by next week.

    Depending on how long it is and the complexity of its provisions, the minimum period of time we should devote to this bill after it’s released should be measured in weeks or months, not days or hours.

    Please share this if you agree.

    Jarek: Who can forget Pelosi’s, “You have to pass the Bill to know what’s in it.”? Proud, self conscious evil. Yet she’s probably sincere when she tells the protestors on her land (pro-Gaza) that they’re dupes of Putin, just as Paula thinks some of us are dupes of Fauci. The mystery of the fallen nature as manifested in women.

  47. SoftStarLight February 3, 2024 at 3:37 pm #

    That’s supposed to be catnip lol? Omg this blob is most definitely out of control. And I still don’t understand how a lot of this is even possible other than apathy and corruption. A lot of influencers are saying that the migrants will be voting in the election. Well isn’t that effing illegal? But I guess it doesn’t matter but if it doesn’t matter then the election doesn’t either or really any of this stuff. Texas should just do what it needs to. And Iran will too. Like stfu lol. And I’m not actually sure how much daylight there is between Abbott and Biden so that could be a story that is more interesting than meets the eye fyi. And too, Biden just got finished saying that we’re all friends and not enemies, we’re all Americans. So don’t let them F-16s interfere with your warm fuzzies lol.

  48. SoftStarLight February 3, 2024 at 4:05 pm #

    First I wasn’t able to post links, now if I post an emoji its like the size of the Empire State building. Forgive me for thinking there is a conspiracy to quelch my expressions. My personal spooks want me to feel like the walls are closing in apparently. 😉

    • Blackbird February 3, 2024 at 8:49 pm #

      Miss StarLight, there is a cure for over-inflated emojis, and I think you know what it is…

      • SoftStarLight February 3, 2024 at 9:54 pm #

        Hmm, I’m guessing a software update or something. I’ll just adapt to the new thing. But that’s just it. Like its always adapt to this and that and I’m like ready to chill for a little bit at least.

        • Blackbird February 4, 2024 at 5:32 pm #

          “I’m guessing a software update or something.”


          I normally allow my patients to find the answers on their own, as I think they integrate the knowledge more effectively that way, rather than having me give them the answers. However, since we are short on time, the answer is:

          Don’t use emojis!

          • SoftStarLight February 4, 2024 at 8:58 pm #


        • Jarek February 4, 2024 at 8:00 pm #

          Cold turkey?

          • SoftStarLight February 4, 2024 at 9:00 pm #

            I’m being placed into rehab. I didn’t make the choice but the choice is making me.

  49. Doly February 3, 2024 at 4:15 pm #

    “How does he dare interfere with the orderly flow of new voters — fine people! — across that filthy little river of his?”

    Migrants don’t get to vote.

    But let’s suppose that I’m wrong and there’s widespread fraud allowing these people to vote. It still doesn’t make any difference, for the very simple reason that voting makes no difference.

    If you still think after Jan 6 that voting makes a difference, you completely missed what was going on there. The purpose of voting isn’t getting input from the people. Nobody in Washington believes that the people have the foggiest clue about anything. The purpose of voting is proving which team, the blue or the red one, are better at Pavlovian conditioning of the people. Actual intellectual activity on the part of voters is entirely irrelevant.

    What Jan 6 proved was that the red team was simply conditioning people to believe that voting was good, while the blue team was conditioning people that voting for the blue team was good. In other words, the red team cheated by picking the “everything else” option, because everything that wasn’t blue had to be red.

    Both teams are guilty of conditioning people to falsely believe that voting in the USA is good, when it merely represents loyalty to a system that long ago stopped working for the people.

    • The Man They Call Zazelle February 3, 2024 at 5:00 pm #

      “Democracy consists of choosing your dictators, after they’ve told you what you think it is you want to hear.” ~ Alan Coren

    • TruthSeeker1986 February 3, 2024 at 10:13 pm #

      Well then whats the goddamn point in flooding this country with all of them for if voting doesn’t matter? There has to be some reason why these assholes are even allowed to do this. Every time I hear about these invaders I get extremely mad and pissed off because nothing is being done about it… I feel like going to one of these rage rooms I keep hearing about and just smashing, breaking stuff, pretending I’m doing it to who’s ever responsible for all of this.

      And even then I’d still walk around carrying all that hate and rage inside of me so taking it out on animate objects won’t make me feel better when I leave the building and see the miles long homeless encampments, and all the third worlders still pouring in where it’s never going to stop or end until we really are Latin America or whatever the fuck country we morph into when enough of these people eventually overwhelm the native population.

      I can’t stand treason and traitorous behavior whether it’s an unfaithful woman, a relative stabbing you in the back, or a fked up Government, Prime minister or President. Why swear an oath to a country you have no intentions on defending or protecting? Why swear an oath to a country you deliberately hate so much that you want to destroy it and it’s people? It amazes me when one person does something the side of evil hates they will have said person killed and assassinated. But when they do something to hurt the people, nothing bad ever happens to the ones causing the hurt. NOTHING. They are literately getting away with the kind of junk that shouldn’t be allowed to happen. People today who rule over us have done extremely horrible things and are never trialed for any of it. Not even the war crimes is enough to put any of them way forever.

      This is why I can’t watch Trump’s speeches anymore because he’s full of crap. He says he’ll do this or do that, but neither Trump nor Putin seems to be in control of anything, they are all owned and is someone else’s bitch manipulated to war against one another.

      • JohnAZ February 4, 2024 at 9:58 am #

        You mentioned that you are 37. I feel for you, Truthseeker, you are looking around and finding out the USA, the world , is not the wonderful place that your elders have tried to tell you it is.

        I am 76. I have watched the decline of the US since post WW2. I can honestly tell you that things were much better when I was a kid. I will also say, and I think I would have company, that the US has been declining in morality and “common sense” since the government takeover called the JFK assassination occurred.

        You sense that this is a government caused decline. You are 100% right. Look back over the last 70 years and it has been one incident after another that has allowed the Deep State to form and strengthen. The cause? There is no two party system anymore. Only two presidents have even stemmed the tide of uniparty, Reagan and Trump and their activity had little effect. The Bush dynasty, supposed GOPers, allowed more power transference to the Deep State than some of the Dems.

        It is literally power transference from the individual to the locale, to the state to the Deep State. The Deep State has invaded the local and state governments, polluting them with Deep State mentality AND JUDGES, with a great deal of aid from Globalist money. This power takeover to the Deep State is rapidly being delivered to the global forces by the Deep State.

        I read a book a couple of years ago where the author professed that the southern border and its illicit trades are the liquidity that is greasing the global debt skids of the IMF. I think his argument was sound. He also stated that Trump is a deep danger to these forces and will not be allowed back into power at any cost. Klausian forces at Davos this year acknowledged that Trump may win this year, but that he will make little difference. Anti-Christ attitude anyone?

        Anyway, for your youthful disappointment, I feel for you. I have a 23 year old grandson that is just starting out after college and I do not know what to tell him. I have said that he needs to stay flexible about his future, ready to jump ship if necessary. Same to you, be flexible. IMHO, the division of the USA is necessary for any semblance of the 20th century USA to remain. The Texas situation is crucial, the border must be sealed or this country is going down.

        Remember that this is what the current people in control want, the total dependence of the people of the West to the national then global government. I am not sure that they can be stopped, but the creation of a Red Sub-USA could be a step in the right direction, if it can happen.

        In the meantime, get ready. Prepping will help, but how much can you do to prep? For how long? JHK’s WMBH series gives an idea of what it may be like to live post SHTF. Not pleasant. Ex-patting is increasing as folks with and without resources are jumping ship. Moscow is developing English-speaking enclaves to accommodate USA expats trying to find ‘White” escape routes from the “Dark” takeover in the US.

        Lots and lots is happening now with the Texas “rebellion”, and it will culminate between now and January. Even if Trump wins, the Lame Duck time between November and January is very dangerous. If Trump loses, four more years of Deep State rule with make the next vote meaningless. Many alternatives need to be explored if the Deep State prevails this fall.

        Interesting times? I would rather not.

    • SoftStarLight February 3, 2024 at 10:15 pm #

      If widespread fraud makes no difference why are they insistent to deploy it to keep particular people from assuming office? There must be some differences that concern them enough to keep them busy figuring out ways to game the vote. The solution is extraordinarily simple and that is precisely why they do everything in their power to prevent it from being implemented. Same day in person voting, paper ballots that are watermarked, extremely monitored public hand counting of ballots, and voter ID. A government is supposed to protect you and take care of you. There is absolutely nothing wrong with having very high expectations. They don’t want you to have high expectations because they don’t want you to know anything anyway. The other problem is that no person in any area of the government at all levels of it should have a career in government. You should only be able to work for the government for a set amount of years and then you have to leave.

      • TruthSeeker1986 February 3, 2024 at 11:39 pm #

        I agree with everything you just said. Very true.

  50. Night Owl February 3, 2024 at 6:31 pm #

    Joe the Toe Rogan just signed another multi-million deal with Spotify, and his show will be carried across Youtube and all of the Best platforms.

    Amazing how this “truth teller” keeps getting these massive deals and seemingly faces virtually no censorship from the usual suspects.

    I wonder if this will ever be covered here?

    Joe the Toe.

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    • Night Owl February 3, 2024 at 6:32 pm #

      Best should be Beast.

      Anyways. Another day, another fraud.

      • stelmosfire February 3, 2024 at 7:12 pm #

        Joe Rogan, I hear he’s popular. Never heard a word he’s said. Am I missing something?

        • stelmosfire February 3, 2024 at 7:20 pm #

          Spotify? never used it. Tiktok? Facebook? Twitter/X? all useless propaganda wormholes. I do like youtube though when I need to fix something. Plus the ‘tube has some really good music/car/gardening stuff. Google (who owns youtube) sucks the root for a search engine though.

    • GreenAlba February 3, 2024 at 7:28 pm #

      Interesting article in a similar vein, on Russell Brand, from someone I hadn’t come across before.


    • SoftStarLight February 3, 2024 at 10:26 pm #

      I’m concerned that the globalists are doing this to break up the resisting forces. I got down the other day when Naomi Wolf and Pete Santilli were going at it after somebody on Pete’s show accused Naomi Wolf of being an agent of the deep state. And people are saying the same thing about Alex Jones and David Icke and others. I know its possible that anyone could be a tool and subversive actor for the globalists but what evidence is there that Joe Rogan is part of it?

      • Night Owl February 4, 2024 at 3:28 am #

        That is weird. Naomi has some major lapses in judgment, but I have never seen her do anything that would make me question if anyone is behind her activities.

        Right now she is busy suggesting the farmer uprising might be a military operation by the globalist crowd to force food shortages. A rather silly take, but I do think her heart is in the right place.

        Rogan, however, is calculating and a creature of the system.

        • JohnAZ February 4, 2024 at 10:41 am #


          Remember Rogan and Fear Factor, where he made fools of six young people every week?

          • SoftStarLight February 4, 2024 at 3:52 pm #

            Well, it was a choice they made to make a fool of themselves. Many of them of course liked the 15 minutes of fame though. I don’t see that as speaking bad of him though. He was just hosting a show.

        • SoftStarLight February 4, 2024 at 3:51 pm #

          I know it was shocking for me too but now I am not totally sure. I am certainly wondering more about it. It actually makes me a little suspicious about her take on the farmers rebellions in Europe. Is she discouraging true transformative actions? I mean it is very difficult to tell who is behind what which is testament to how crazy the psyops are right now.

  51. BackRowHeckler February 3, 2024 at 8:55 pm #

    “Calling all stations, clear the airlanes, clear all airlanes for the big broadcast.”

    CFNers drop everything! Tonite Svengoolie is featuring “Revenge of the Creature” (1955), the sequel to “Creature from the Black Lagoon”, a cult classic. Yes I know the Creature was killed at the end of the original film, but he’s been revived & brought to Florida to star as a tourist attraction. Needless to say it doesn’t work out as promoters hope. B Movie star John Agar, Shirley Temple’s first husband, gets top billing in this one, & Clint Eastwood appears in his first (uncredited) film role.

    • SoftStarLight February 3, 2024 at 10:29 pm #

      Are you having a movie night BRH : – )? It’s that kinda weather here, like chilly and rainy.

  52. benr February 3, 2024 at 11:36 pm #

    What was that one of our socialist scum trolls was saying?
    Oh thats right it said they are not giving illegal aliens credit cards loaded with money each month.

    But but!
    N.Y.C. Launches $53M Program To Provide Migrant Families With Pre-Paid Credit Cards

    New York City will be launching a $53 million program to offer migrants pre-paid credit cards.

    According to reports, the goal of the Mobility Capital Finance and Mayor Eric Adams’ (D-N.Y.) office initiative is to help immigrants with their food costs while they wait for federal authorization to work.

    Only bodegas, grocery stores, supermarkets, and convenience stores accept the cards.

    In order to avoid being kicked out of the program, recipients must sign an affidavit promising to use the money only for food and baby supplies. Various amounts will be loaded onto cards based on the size of the family and their income.

    A family of four could get $35 per day or $1,000 per month and refills for cards will be made every 28 days.

    Mobility Capital Finance CEO Wole Coaxum released a statement regarding their partnership with New York City.

    “MoCaFi looks forward to partnering with New York City to disburse funds for asylum seekers to purchase fresh, hot food,” Coaxum said. “MoCaFi’s goal is to expand access to financial resources for individuals excluded from banking, such as asylum seekers, while helping the local economy.”

    Although the city will initially only be providing cards to 500 people, it may soon extend the program to include the estimated 15,000 migrants who call the city home.

    Mayor Adams spokesperson Kayla Mamelak said that the cards will help provide families with food and baby supplies.

    “Not only will this provide families with the ability to purchase fresh food for their culturally relevant diets and the baby supplies of their choosing, but the pilot program is expected to save New York City more than $600,000 per month, or more than $7.2 million annually,” Mamelak said.

    The pre-paid card initiative was announced just one day after The Post disclosed an additional $137 million in agreements with city hotels to accommodate over 750 rooms for families seeking asylum.

    With the arrival of 1,500 more asylum seekers last week, the city is now housing slightly over 66,000 people in response to a crisis that is projected to cost $10 billion by 2025.

    • TruthSeeker1986 February 3, 2024 at 11:44 pm #

      …See and whenever someone post stuff like this, that’s where my anger kicks in. They are willing to do all of this for “Asylum seekers” yet not a goddamn thing for citizens who have nowhere to go. Why are they so fucking obsessed with “helping” these people? And how is any of this going to save New York City 600,000 a month? Is this is what they call Socialism?

      • SoftStarLight February 4, 2024 at 12:33 am #

        It seems to be a stealth form of wealth redistribution. The people who are enacting these policies believe that advanced countries owe reparations to the rest of the world for colonialism and industry, etc. So this is one way of achieving it.

        • TruthSeeker1986 February 4, 2024 at 12:51 am #

          That’s a load of garbage. Because advanced countries didn’t all colonize. And they aren’t even giving out their own money to these invading assholes. If they felt that way why are Native Americans still living worse than negros? They’ve already given reparations to the world, Ukraine took billions, and so did Israel were they ever colonized? I don’t believe this is the reason why they are doing this. They are taking money from tax payers and giving it away to these people.

          • Jarek February 4, 2024 at 2:15 am #

            Anarcho-Tyranny. If there is any legal precedent, they scream it to the skies. If there is none, they claim charity and the moral high ground, screaming it to the skies, ignoring those who speak of the law and rights of citizens.

            The operative principle is neither law nor morality, but what benefits their agenda, in their the short or long term. Thus law and morality are relegated to the realm of tactics.

            Over time they have managed to establish global charitable protocols, treaties anent refugees in other words. These, combine both of the above, and supersede national or local laws. The second set of books!

          • TruthSeeker1986 February 4, 2024 at 2:28 am #

            this is why I feel like WEF is going to achieve their Utopian….I feel this way because they have everyone on their damn side. When I saw that image of that Smug face bitch Georgina Molini or whatever last name is smiling. She was standing right next to that other bitch, the one Kunstler wrote about a few days ago calling her the Queen of WEF. They have so many people part of that POS group. And it wasn’t too long ago I read a comment here where someone claimed that Abbot is also part of it. There’s no way we can even defeat this damn people when they’ve got scum on the Left and scum on the right both part of their damn organization.

          • TruthSeeker1986 February 4, 2024 at 2:31 am #


            I was already pissed back when Obama got elected, I told a lot of people I didn’t trust that guy. Now look where we are, he’s been running three terms but doing this time he’s doing it to through Biden like he’s got his hand up his aged butthole controlling everything he does.

          • TruthSeeker1986 February 4, 2024 at 2:36 am #

            Sorry I misspelled a bunch of words typing so fast!

          • Jarek February 4, 2024 at 7:42 pm #

            Yes, Meloni ran on radically cutting asylum seekers. Instead it quadrupled under her watch. I surmised she was dirty when she announced her support for the Ukraine debacle.

            Le Pen on France? She said nothing during the last round of Muslim riots. And she kicked her own father out of the party he started. How clean can someone like that be? Just another women pretending to be something that she isn’t.

            So yes, I fear the West is lost as well. Putin may hold the line in the East, but who knows what he ultimately believes. He hates White Nationalists. We know that much.

      • BackRowHeckler February 4, 2024 at 7:27 am #

        “Culturally relevant diets” is the key takeaway here.

        These ‘Migrants’ are arriving from at least a dozen different countries, each with his own distinct culture and palate. Scores of different chefs, each preparing specialized ‘Culturally Relevant’ diets will be required. It’s going to be quite an undertaking. How long do you think this $53 million will last? And what if there’s a mixup, and esteemed migrants from Shingzhuo are served tacos & beans, & Pedro from Caracas gets a plate of pork & rice; I see grounds for a lawsuit.

        • TruthSeeker1986 February 4, 2024 at 7:32 am #

          If I were in the mood to laugh I would have, but these days I feel like being happy while my country is being purposely fucked over is why I walk around with a frown all the time…The first asshole that sets off an explosive in my neighborhood better watch his back if I ever get injured by it.

          • TruthSeeker1986 February 4, 2024 at 7:36 am #