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You Must Take The War Of “Culture War” Seriously. Our Enemies Do

It’s natural that you were skeptical of the chaos which we have been warning about all these years. All those Week In Dooms were more for laughs than anything else. Beside, most things are still “normal” in most places.

Why should you worry about deranged and addled professors spouting nonsense in far-off universities? Who cares if “protesters” foul their own nests? What difference does it make to you if rioters loot and pillage and murder in some blue city?

This is why:

And this:

https://twitter.com/Holbornlolz/status/1268217673541877761

Violence against London police in a protest ostensibly about American police violence.

And this:

And this:

And this from (no reactionary he) Sohrab Ahmari: “White liberals I know — some of the wealthiest in my social orbit — are cheering the riots and calling for the shedding of ‘pig’s blood.’ Of course, they and their families own multiple homes outside the city, where they can retreat in utter safety.”

And this from (no reactionary until one week ago) Matt Walsh: “Strange that so many conservatives are insisting on the narrative that Antifa are the ones rioting and looting. This flatly contradicts what we can see with our own eyes, not to mention the fact that there was widespread rioting and looting at BLM protests before Antifa existed.”

Not so strange, no.

And this: FBI ‘has no intelligence’ indicating antifa was linked to weekend violence in the George Floyd protests, despite Trump and Republicans’ claims.

The FBI tried a soft coup already to topple Trump. It failed. It’s true in most areas the rioters and thugs are mostly black. But the evidence of Antifa participation everybody can see on their screens. The FBI’s latest ploy will be believed by the set that wants to believe them.

This from the Marines: “Current events are a stark reminder that we must strive to eliminate division. The trust we place in one another on a daily basis demands this. By listening, we learn, by learning, we change.”

Probably mundane (i.e. false) virtue signaling. But perhaps an indication Trump is losing the military. Watch. Hank Oslo (and I incline to agree) says “They’re bringing out the ultra senior enlisted (every service so far except Navy) because they anticipate the enlistees being politically unreliable in Circumstances.” Mattis turned traitor to his old boss.

Then there’s this:

Likely the usual empty virtue signaling, full of the usual knowing lies. But there’s a chance they’re going to go for it. They might actually go for it. Parkinson, we recall, gave two paths for dictatorship: I had been guessing a man of the people, but the other option was direct seizure by the oligarchy. This is close, close. (The man whose tweet this is is a Financial Times contributor.)

This: “Palm Beach judge poised to dismiss effort to unseal Jeffrey Epstein documents based on legal technicality.” They can’t let you see. Count the “elites” who flew Lolita Express. Bill Gates, Clinton, … (a mathematical symbol to represent “to infinity”).

This:

Watch it, if you have the guts.

This:

Yet de Blasio still slithers. Cuomo still creeps. Our leaders have no moral authority left. None. Disobey them and keep the higher law.

And this:

Worldwide “protests”. Worldwide. Denmark. France. Germany. South Korea. Canada. New Zealand. Brazil and Ireland. Sweden. On and on.

Many, even most, of the people in these events have no idea why they’re there. The unnecessary lockdowns drove many stir crazy. What happened in Minneapolis is an excuse. They don’t believe in anything except their own supreme virtue. They are angry at the “system.” They don’t even know what the system is, but they want it gone. Those spouting professors and teachers who taught them this turned out to be important after all.

The movement is being supported and funded and cheered from our leaders, cultural, business, and governmental. This is why it is worldwide. They want change, too. They want they consider their power back. They will do anything they think they can get away with do get that power.

The enemy is making its move—or a move. It’s small and likely will not succeed. But our leaders are too cowardly or complicit to do anything about it.

You must protect yourself.

If they don’t win this time, they will try again. We are dealing with fanatical enemies:

Do you think you could reason with such people? Do you think they would show you mercy if the time came? Will yet another think-tank white paper divert this woman from her purpose?

Arm yourself. Pray. Do not watch TV. Do not pay for movies or music and feed the Beast that hates you. Never follow legacy media, except as a pathologist examines a diseased corpse.

Take the war in culture war seriously. They do.

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  1. An attack upon my culture is an attack upon my people.
    Culture war is still war.
    Politics is war by other means.
    When politics don’t work, we will have war.

  2. No, McChuck, we will not have war. Parents gave the government their kids and the kids are now helpless, unloved wimped. I hear your kind of threats all the time, yet NOT A THING CHANGES. Nice try, but it’s a bluff, it’s just blustery speech and THEY KNOW IT. They are not blind. Stupid people locked themselves in their houses for months over an invisible virus. That level of stupid CAN NEVER WIN NOR EVEN FIGHT A WAR. The bluff is over. You all lied forover 40 years and the bluff has been called. Learn to love hell.
    (To all you “war WILL break out types”. The hand has been called, you have dueces and you lose. Bluffing with your life might have been a mistake.)

    ****
    Oh, dear, I landed on “Prison Planet” and not Briggs. Alex Jones would love this posting. No Antifa? Really? Lost it after too many weeks in your basement or what? (Far more than Antifa, yes, but Antifa is the backbone and test group for what you are seeing worldwide now.)

    Someone commented could Floyd’s death be counted as Covid? Well, it seems he did have a positive test at some point, so yeah. They are blaming police for Covid increases for jailing people (WHICH THEY MOST CERTAINLY ARE NOT DOING—IT’S CATCH AND RELEASE) and pushing them into small spaces. So, a hairdresser trying not to starve is to blame, but a violent scumbag arsonist is guiltless in Covid spreading? THIS IS AN IQ TEST AND WE JAILED FAILED AT AN HISTORICAL LEVEL, IDIOTS.

    People don’t “turn traitor”. They crave attention and sell their now damned souls to Satan for a moment in the spotlight. Older people have become the stupidest, most disgusting creatures right behind the young and stupid. Oh, and money speaks and most soulless creatures line up and will be willing to die or live in hell for that $5 million bucks (the revolutionary monster eats them for lunch soon after the revolution is ended, but hey, they were RICH for a while and what else matters?) Rich people do indeed end in up in hell a high percentage of the time, having sold their souls for cash. Mattis was obviously for sale and his teeny tiny “feels” were hurt when no one noticed him any more. I hope he enjoys hell. (Assuming he actually did this—the press are born without a soul, so they could have just made it up.)

    Yet idiots do not flee the state of New York en masse. If you are too stupid to save yourself, I really don’t care what happens to you.

    I watch reruns of old shows on TV. I am down to maybe six network shows and even those may go as the jerks that are in them HATE me and my life. Trust me, they couldn’t run the government a billionth of a nanosecond on my spending. I hate Casper and will not shop there (I’d move, but where? Stupidity runs rampant. Everywhere.) I buy only essentials (ammo, food, etc). I haven’t been to a movie in over 15 or 20 years. Cut satellite years ago. My internet is a LOCAL company I waited years to bring high speed to my area, using crap internet in the meantime because I refused to pay $100 a month for garbage. As a supporter of the elites and their murdering minions, I am lousy. I strive to be as lousy as possible.

  3. This could all be over quickly if the POLICE WOULD JUST STAY HOME. But the cowardice and lack of forward thinking keeps them going to work. Sure, they can be shot at work, but staying home will bring them ridicule, etc. Dead is easier. Plus there is a huge SHORT SIGHTED nature to the “good” people, who will save a vicious animal and have it later kill hundreds in the village, rather than let it die. Saving one person now is okay even if kills a hundred in the future. That is a blindness most “good” people have and it’s their downfall. There is a perverted evil in all of this and it’s exploited. It will, in the end, cost good the world and evil will prevail.

  4. I told my wife the other day that I was glad I was mortal – there are things coming that I don’t want to see. I used to think that those things were too far off to truly trouble me. WRONG.

    Sheri, I am coming to see your viewpoint with every post. I don’t want to see it, but I do. Our point of relation is the utter stupidity…ignorance….and yes evil that I see out there every day.

    The mask is now, with few exception, The Mark. The most useless thing in history, worn with utter obedience. Why? “They” said so.

    I too am lousy for the Elites. Have been for years. We lousy folks are a very tiny minority.

  5. “They don’t believe in anything except their own supreme virtue.”

    Oh, no! The Politically Correct Progressive culture has a very clear belief system. Very clear. Vocal fealty and adherence to the belief system is required. Yes, adherence to the beliefs makes them feel superior to mouth-breathers like you. But it is dangerous to misunderstand the belief system that justifies their actions.

    You must understand what they believe in. There’s a book that outlines the origin, the originators, the method of propagating, the propagators, the target audience, the effects, 6 beliefs of the system, and the on-going achievements of the belief system. It’s: http://www.willingaccomplices.com

    The PC-Prog belief system in 6 bullet points:
    America is a:
    –Racist,
    –Sexist,
    –Homophobic,
    –Imperialist,
    –Xenophobic,
    –Capitalist…
    …hell-hole.
    Belief system Action Corollary:
    It must be changed.

    That is what they believe in. Any given individual rioter may not be able to articulate their beliefs that succinctly, but that is their entire belief system.

    All of the examples of actions you detail in this post (and elsewhere) are PC-Progs carrying out the Action Corollary. The Action Corollary excludes nothing. Any action is justified, if it can be cloaked in one of the six bullet points. The actions will continue to escalate in frequency, and violence, as allowed.

    This is not “Marxism.” It’s not “Cultural Marxism.” It’s not “communist.” It’s not “socialist.” It’s not “liberal.” It’s not “Progressive.”

    This is PC-Prog beliefs and actions. That is the belief systems of those who oppose Normal America.

    They DO have beliefs. You must understand what those beliefs are. Yes, holding those beliefs does make them feel supremely virtuous, but that feeling is a RESULT of their beliefs.

  6. You still have Fox news. It has been taken off the air here. If one wants to be reminded that sanity and truth prevail, watch Fox or listen to Jacob Rees-Mogg or one of the other Conservative comedians. The truth is a great source of comedy in dark times.

    Tucker Carlson is the voice of truth.
    Speaking of the mob. The Cuomo brothers do a good impression. Talk about nepotism and conflict of interests. Clear as day invitations for people to display their anger in whatever way they fancy. “this is America”. Strange how that can. Mean so many different things to diametrically opposed people.

    Most people in the world do not agree with the crowd. They are the silent majority. It doesn’t take deep thought to recognise what’s going on. If Trump sticks with the calm truth he will win.
    Not until then will this really be quelled in my view because it was always about the election. The Floyd case is just an opportunity they’ve been waiting for.

    The video clip with which the media has been teasing and taunting both sides on a repeating loop is being used like an election advert. It’s sick. If you speak against it you’re probably accused of being a silent racist.

    Ordinary people know that this is a pitiful excuse for rioting, murder and mayhem.Those who think it is a good idea are mostly of that mind to start with. Now Megan’s joined in and I wondered how long it would take. That has been her aim all along. Come home Harry, she’s just another actress with ambition. This situation is going to be worked all the way. She misjudges the canny British people, just like the MSM and pollsters always do. They believe the propaganda of their own making.

    The more they behave like thug minions working for the mob zombies, the more likely law abiding people of honour of whatever colour, will reject them altogether. They will stop at nothing. Like the Irish, when you solve the problem they change it. They deal in the unforgiveness business. Antifa have all the makings of a terrorist organisation that will grow many different heads; lie to its fund providers, kill, attack innocents, cheat and disrespect everything that is decent. Then lable it with a virtuous sounding title. People are too busy to care for very long.

    The Floyd case wasn’t the catalyst it was the excuse.

  7. It is no surprise. but it is disappointing, that the military has had its collective conscience occupied by the enemies of moral America because that is the liberal education they have been getting at West Point, Naval Academy etc.

    It would take a man of rare ability to go against the political indoctrination he willingly submitted to.

    Remember when that Mahometan attacked unarmed servicemen at Foot Hood? The public response from one of the generals was to mewl that the action might harm diversity.

    It is Trump against the establishment – Democrats, Most Republican elected officials, Media Academy, Military – and so one can reasonably expect this particular coup praxis will succeed where the previous ones failed.

    Who even has bothered to watch the hearings featuring the evil Rod Rosenstein?

    What sentiment man thinks that hearing will reveal the machinations of the coup against Trump and result in the trails and convictions of Obama and his gang??

    Pffft

  8. We are the target of a fanatic cabal of demonic revolutionists. If they were to be successful in destroying Trump the attempted crushing of America would begin in earnest.

    ”It is not enough to simply beat Trump. He must be destroyed thoroughly. His kind must not rise again.” — David Plouff

    So either we crush them or they crush us. Recall what the bloody Bolsheviks did to Russia the last time they were successful. Same crowd, same agenda of world revolution and total power then a boot in the face, forever. If they win.

  9. DAV: I so agree!!

    Jerry: I understand. My mother died the month before 9/11 and I always thought that was very merciful since any years she lived thereafter would have been filled with fear and despair.

    Amatuer: “It would take a man of rare ability to go against the political indoctrination he willingly submitted to.” Well said. I may use elsewhere if you don’t object.

    Joy: I’m impressed. Blocked on Briggs????!!!!

  10. You still have Fox news. It has been taken off the air here. If one wants to be reminded that sanity and truth prevail, watch Fox or listen to Jacob Rees-Mogg or one of the other Conservative comedians. The truth is a great source of comedy in dark times.

    Tucker Carlson is the voice of truth.
    Speaking of the mob. The Cuomo brothers do a good impression. Talk about nepotism and conflict of interests. Clear as day invitations for people to display their anger in whatever way they fancy. “this is America”. Strange how that can. Mean so many different things to diametrically opposed people.

    Most people in the world do not agree with the crowd. They are the silent majority. It doesn’t take deep thought to recognise what’s going on. If Trump sticks with the calm truth he will win.
    Not until then will this really be quelled in my view because it was always about the election. The Floyd case is just an opportunity they’ve been waiting for.

    The video clip with which the media has been teasing and taunting both sides on a repeating loop is being used like an election advert. It’s sick. If you speak against it you’re probably accused of being a silent racist.

    Ordinary people know that this is a pitiful excuse for rioting, murder and mayhem.Those who think it is a good idea are mostly of that mind to start with.

    The more they behave like thug minions working for the mob zombies, the more likely law abiding people of honour of whatever colour, will reject them altogether. They will stop at nothing.

    The Floyd case wasn’t the catalyst it was the excuse.

    This clip shows my point. I had to google Fox to find it.

    Black policeman’s lives matter. Gutfeld on the murder of Mr. Dorn (GRAPHIC VIDEO)
    So Fox answered.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FI_F-8lfuik

  11. With regards to the memorandum from the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs, here is the oath of enlistment:

    “I, _____, do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; and that I will obey the orders of the President of the United States and the orders of the officers appointed over me, according to regulations and the Uniform Code of Military Justice. So help me God.”

    This oath explicitly specifies obeying the orders of the President of the United States. The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs does not have the authority to nullify or alter the oath of enlistment, nor to countermand the President. See MacArthur in Korea for reference.

  12. “But perhaps an indication Trump is losing the military.”

    Trump is NOT losing the military. Do you have any idea how political the Pentagon has become? The top Generals/Admirals are ALWAYS globalists. Been that way for a very long time.

  13. Fredo,

    Yes, sir. Solzhenitsyn is a fantastic source. He’s done excellent non-fiction, and excellent historical fiction on the Bolshevik/Comintern/Politburo/Gulag realities.

    My focus is to not get hung up on ethnicities or social groups involved in the atrocity of communist revolution and rule. ALL the atrocities were the result of the belief system of Socialism/Boshevism/Communism, with every ethnicity in the world involved and guilty. Many high class WASPs from the USA and the UK were active in communist operations. Russia was a special case because of their history of apartheid and discrimination and pogroms against some ethnic groups, which created massive grudges that continue to this day.

    Latvians (they called them “Letts” in the early 1900s) were very active in Bolshevik circles. That does not really matter.

    The key is to focus on the Bolshevik covert influence operations; their mastery, and reliance on, conspiratorial techniques (clandestine operations methodology–cover names, organizations, hiding actual goals, infiltration, co-optation, manipulation, secret funding, and much more) to achieve political goals.

    When you focus on those things, and do the research, and then analyze the results, the origin of the PC-Prog belief system jumps out at you.

    I’m working on a book on Alexander Gumberg. He was the Bolshevik’s star influence operator. His operational objective was to lead the USA to recognize the USSR. In pursuing, and achieving, that objective, he was a master of cover, manipulation, and deceit. He is truly the man around whom the 20th century pivoted. Without him, the USSR may have crashed and burned.

    If you’re interested in Solzhenitsyn, you might want to read Pavel Milyukov. He was an eyewitness to the first days of Bolshevik rule. He wrote a book on that period. It is highly recommended: Bolshevism: an international danger by P.N. Miliukov. 1920..

    His story:
    https://wikimili.com/en/Pavel_Milyukov
    His book:
    https://archive.org/details/bolshevismintern00miliiala

  14. Kent
    Thanks for the links I’ll check out Milyukov’s ‘International Danger’ it
    looks like a seminal work. What I find depressing are the American
    financial roots of the revolution and subsequent industrial development
    of the USSR with American capital. A parallel we again see playing
    out with the financial and technological development of China with US
    and European capital. Someone is busy constructing our future enemy’s
    for us the pattern is identical. The USSR and CCP are both creations
    of Western financial capital could this be the Hegelian Method? We are
    no longer at war with West Eurasia we are now at war with East Asia.

  15. “What I find depressing are the American financial roots of the revolution and subsequent industrial development of the USSR with American capital. ”

    Don’t be too depressed! It’s the nature of capitalism!

    There is much poor research and analysis on this issue–mostly based on Anthony Sutton’s books on Wall St connections to the Soviets. He has many facts right, but also many of his facts are badly wrong. Using that mix, he then launches into wild suppostion and hyperbolic guesstimations.

    Gumberg, mentioned above, wormed his way into the Wall St. elites. He connected with a crowd of J.P. Morgan lawyers and bankers during the Russian Revolution–acting as their “interpreter/guide/secretary”, and opening doors to the Bolshevik elite. The J.P. Morgan crowd were members of the “Red Cross Mission to Russia,” which was a thinly covered, poorly staffed, capitalist operation to provide support to the non-communist revolutionaries to keep them in the war on Russia.

    Gumberg, the role model for all communist influence operators to follow, provided access for the Wall St. heavy hitters to Lenin, Trotsky, and the rest of the Bolsheviks leadership. Gumberg was tied tightly to Trotsky and Zinoviev by their hometown. Gumberg was also the publisher of the Russian language Menshevik newspaper in New York City for several years, and his brother was Zinoviev’s right hand man, and a Bolshevik commissar. Through those connections, Gumberg “guided” the Red Cross Mission, whose members never suspected his true allegiance, to pro-Bolshevik attitudes.

    Gumberg returned to New York with the J.P. Morgan men. He made millions for the Soviets, and himself, with those connections, playing the role of a “Russian-American” businessman, middle-manning and brokering trade between the USSR and America, prior to recognition.

    The point is that Wall St. was happy to work with Gumberg, and to nurture him in their innermost sanctum. NOT because they loved communism. But because Gumberg connected them with the raw power and massive treasure troves of gold and natural resources the Bolsheviks controlled.

    Capitalism in its rawest and purest form.

    The Russian Revolution did not have “American financial roots.” The Bolsheviks definitely received covert funding and support from Germany long before the Revolution–as an internal threat to their tsarist Russian enemy. I’ve seen no evidence that the Bolsheviks were “financed” by American capital. They were supported and involved with American capitalists, AFTER they seized power.

    Sutton’s books are a little bit lower than Dan Rather’s “Fake, but accurate” reporting. Sutton’s works are Fake, but about 20% inaccurate.

  16. We have lost LEGOS, Nickelodeon, Sesame Street, Disney all to BLM. Tell me it’s not over. Stupid, stupid, apathetic Americans now cleared air and are hopelessly crashing over the 500 ft cliff. Guess someone should have given a damn.

  17. Sheri, I’m particularly sad about Elmo.
    He’s being taken in by that Dr Gupta.
    Take heart Sheri, Trump’s going to win another term.
    That will put some more water under the bridge and keep things changing in the right direction. These things take time. Just like Brexit!
    You have more strings to your bow over there.

  18. Kent
    Gumberg ..I look forward to the book… (hope that’s not the title)

    So what in your estimation did Sutton get right I’d always thought
    he was credible on the Schiff/Trotsky/NYC connection. I mean sources
    other than Sutton have reported on Schiff’s funding of the 1905 aborted
    Russian Revolution and his funding of the Japanese Naval buildup to
    overthrow the Tsar via the war of 1904. It seems to me he had a keen
    interest in effecting a revolution in Russia and the subsequent looting.
    He did put Trotsky up in a rather lavish apartment, gave him a chauffeured
    car, gave him money, got him a job writing for the NYC Forward Magazine and remained in constant contact after his return to Russia.
    I’ve seen copies of wire transfers from Schiff to Trotsky.
    This is all faked?

    I’ve read sources other than Sutton re the secretive ‘Red Cross Bankers Commission’, (an oxymoron in and of itself); hardly beguiled and innocent.
    What about Armand Hammer will his machinations figure in your next
    book?

  19. Fredo,

    Sutton is not faked–rather his is poorly researched and badly analyzed. Sutton amasses “facts,” which are about 20% wrong, piling one on top of another, and then sweeps his “facts” along in a tsunami of assumptions towards an implied “truth.” That final result is a fake conclusion–based on 80% truth and 20% falsehoods.

    Gumberg is an example of Sutton’s getting it wrong–in Gumberg’s case, it’s about 20% right and 80% wrong. Sutton identifies Gumberg by name, then conflates Gumberg with a Comintern agent who used the alias Michael Gruzenberg. Sutton’s narrative continues, attributing actions that were maybe carried out by Gruzenberg to Gumberg.

    My research accounts for pretty much every month of Gumberg’s life. My sources include a cache of never-published personal letters between Gumberg and his host family (also from the same hometown, Elizavetgrad, as Trotsky and Zinoviev) in New York, including his girlfriend, immigration documents, ship manifests, and more.

    If I remember correctly, Sutton has Gumberg working as a banker in Norway during the Revolution, then returning to the USA carrying Russian jewels. I have ship manifests, immigration documents, and other contemporary sources that track Gumberg returning to the USA via rail across Asia, by ship to Vancouver, across to Seattle, then by train to NYC via Chicago, in the company of the Red Cross delegation. Again, Sutton was about 20% right about Gumberg, but about 80% was totally wrong.

    Pretty much each time I’ve dug into a specific assertions/stories/fact-narratives by Sutton, I found the same thing–80/20 truth to nonsense. Sutton does not make up names or organizations from whole cloth–he just makes assumptions and connections that may, or may not, be there.

    Another researcher published an article based on exactly that–digging into an assertion of fact by Sutton, and discovering that Sutton conflated, or made up, facts.

    Here’s that article: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/02684527.2013.875383?src=recsys&

    Same with Sutton’s assertions/conclusions about Trotsky. Trotsky worked at the Noviy Mir (New World), the Russian Language Menshevik paper in NYC–where Gumberg was the business manager. Trotsky wrote for Noviy Mir, and a few times for the Forward. The “evidence” that Sutton (and others) cite for their assertions about Schiff and Trotsky appears to be an “intelligence report” from a “confidential agent”, making the claims you cite. This report appears to be quite similar to the “Pee Tape intel dossier” on Trump created by the FBI and British agent C. Steele. 80% real, 20% fake, assertions piled on assertions to arrive at a false conclusion, wrapped up to look like “official intel analysis.” Trotsky had some sort of support, and the source of that support is not clear. But Sutton’s assertions and conclusions are not reliable.

    The ‘Red Cross Bankers Commission’ was anything but secretive. It was a high-publicity, high-powered vehicle to get William B. Thompson to Russia to support the Kerensky transitional government. President Wilson sent several “special” missions to Russia, each of which thought they were direct representatives of the president. Wilson ignored all of their advice and input.

    They duded up in Red Cross uniforms, and used officer’s “ranks.” The real Red Cross guys were quickly disillusioned and abandoned the charade. Thompson ended up paying to publish anti-German propaganda in Russia, in an attempt to prop up Kerensky and keep Russia in the war against Germany. When that was not successful, he lost interest, and returned to the US, via the UK. He left Raymond Robins in charge. Robins, with Gumberg as his “translator/secretary,” established close relations with Trotsky/Lenin and became the de facto conduit for official US government communication with the Bolsheviks.

    The only “secretive” part about the Red Cross mission was Robins’ complete manipulation by Gumberg for the purposes of the Bolsheviks. Robins remained in Gumberg’s thrall the rest of his life.

  20. Do black lives matter to BLM? Apparently not. If they did, then BLM would oppose abortion.

    Since Roe v. Wade in 1973, six out of ten black pregnancies have ended in abortion. Any black person alive today and younger than 46 has beat the odds. Planned Parenthood was founded by a genocidal racist and they have not changed. Abortion clinics are deliberately located in inner cities where the black population is greatest. The 60% abortion rate is genocide.

    Abortion is best in cases of rape and incest they trumpet. “Rape and incest” are code words for black. It’s systemic racism.

    Who supports mass abortion of black pregnancies? The same party that supported slavery, founded the KKK, passed Jim Crow laws, and championed segregation. Hint: it’s not the Republicans.

    The party of house arrest lockdown, of bankrupting business, of coups, of impeachment, and now of eliminating public safety, of riots and looting, of burning the flag and general hatred of America is also the party that has committed genocide against the black race since the Democrat Party was founded (in 1828 by slave-owning Andrew Jackson). They have colluded with Russia and Red China for decades. Their leadership today are mostly “former” communists (although many do not deny their current allegiance to Marxism). Once it was the KKK, but today Antifa is their militant wing. BLM are their useful idiots.

    The Culture War is Democrats versus America. Know your enemy.

  21. So now there are calls to defund and even dismantle police departments. I wonder who then is supposed to enforce the law.

    Looks like a good time to stock up on ammunition and maybe get a sawed-off shotgun or two. Yeah the latter is illegal but then there won’t be any arresting cops.

    https://reason.com/2020/06/04/gun-sales-surge/

  22. You bring up a good point of the worldwide quarantine making people jump on something political to show their solidarity. It gets them outside after being cooped up for 2.5 months or longer and it fuels the “we’re in this together” mentality that was pushed – and of course, who doesn’t want to be against racism? Those in other countries really are hungry to have some purpose since they lost it for a couple of months.

  23. Kent writes:
    “Sutton’s books are a little bit lower than Dan Rather’s “Fake, but accurate” reporting. Sutton’s works are Fake, but about 20% inaccurate.”

    “Sutton is not faked–rather his is poorly researched and badly analyzed. Sutton amasses “facts,” which are about 20% wrong, piling one on top of another, and then sweeps his “facts” along in a tsunami of assumptions towards an implied “truth.” That final result is a fake conclusion–based on 80% truth and 20% falsehoods.”

    I have to disagree Kent I read several of Sutton’s books back in the 1980’s
    published by minor publishers because no major publishing house would
    touch him. His material is exhaustively researched and primary materials
    can be found at the Hoover Inst. He freely admits there were holes in his
    research to be filled by future researchers. But in broad strokes I think
    he paints a damning picture of the manipulations of finance capital
    engineering world shaping events behind the scenes. This is a speech
    he gave in 1976 tell me what he got wrong and how the situation we’re
    in today with respect to the Western financial and technological
    buildup of China is any different. This is the Hegelian Method right up
    to the plan-demic, lock downs, and riots funded by the usual suspects.

    Antony C Sutton 1976 Lecture Full Length
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BGSgmh1SZk0

  24. I left out the most important element of this Hegelian Coupe
    the multi-trillion dollar heist which is probably the principal motive,
    placed on our collective national debt. All you really have to do is follow
    the money.

  25. Fredo,

    Might want to continue this discussion in email: kent@kentclizbe.com

    I’d say Sutton’s work is exhaustively written, slathered with a massive amount of information that he does not quite have a good handle on, but he has no problem making assertions that are 80/20 fact and hokum, with a bald face.

    As I mentioned, I’ve spent years now in primary and secondary sources, related to Bolshevik influence operations, Gumberg particularly, and am quite familiar with most of the players. And I can tell you with absolute confidence that Sutton’s assertions about Gumberg are fake/false/bad/hokum.

    Here’s the bulk of Sutton’s analysis of Gumberg:

    “So long as we see all international revolutionaries and all international capitalists as implacable enemies of one another, then we miss a crucial point — that there has indeed been some operational cooperation between international capitalists, including fascists. And there is no a priori reason why we should reject Trotsky as a part of this alliance.

    “This tentative, limited reassessment will be brought into sharp focus when we review the story of Michael Gruzenberg, the chief Bolshevik agent in Scandinavia who under the alias of Alexander Gumberg was also a confidential adviser to the Chase National Bank in New York and later to Floyd Odium of Atlas Corporation. This dual role was known to and accepted by both the Soviets and his American employers. The Gruzenberg story is a case history of international revolution allied with international capitalism.”
    From

    Fact: Gruzenberg and Alexander Gumberg are two completely different people. No relation. No apparent connections. In the same orbit, but totally separate.
    Sutton’s Bald Assertions: He lays out his conflation of Gruzenberg and Gumberg flatly as a fact.

    Fact: Gruzenberg’s alias was Mikhail Borodin.

    Fact: Gumberg only used his true name for his entire operational career.

    Sutton’s bad facts lead to poor analysis, and even worse, he uses his Gumberg/Gruzenberg fake conflation as justification for his conclusion (which is, like his facts sort of on the mark, but misses the mark because of his flawed work).

    As I said before, Sutton is like Dan Rather–fake but sort of accurate. He’s not far from the truth, but he loses credibility with bad research and analysis.

    Here’s a short piece on Gruzenberg, who is documented in multiple places, by multiple sources, as is Gumberg:

    “The presentation examines the global impacts of the 1917 [sic] through a close study of the remarkable path that led Michael Gruzenberg to become Comintern agent Mikhail Borodin. Facing arrest in the wake of the Revolution of 1905, Gruzenberg, a Jewish Bolshevik from the Pale, fled Russia. He eventually landed on the west side of Chicago, where he lived for ten years, raising a family and running a school. The February Revolution upset this settled life and drew Gruzenberg back into revolutionary politics. To tell his story, I draw on the Chicago foreign language press, Comintern archives, FBI files, British military intelligence files, and the memoirs of communists with whom Borodin interacted.”

    https://aha.confex.com/aha/2017/webprogram/Paper21603.html

    Sutton used none of those sources. It appears he relied mostly on “intelligence” and diplomatic archives. My guess is that he also had living sources with axes to grind, and little insight into the actual facts, who told him their stories. His Gruzenberg/Gumberg conflation sounds like a story that a third Secretary in an American embassy heard, swallowed, and passed along as “fact.” Of course, I don’t know, but that seems a plausible explanation for Sutton’s aggressive assertion of falsehoods.

    Happy to continue the discussion, just send me an email.

    Think positive!

  26. Thanks Kent looking forward to the book I’ll be in touch. Gumberg’s
    Wicki page is pretty sparse you could spruce that up a little.

  27. Sheri –
    We already have war. We’re just not fighting back.
    We must organize and return fire, else we shall surely perish.

  28. The FBI is not on our side. They are pissed right now because fifteen indispensable agents had to take a break from trying to overthrow a duly elected president and learn how to work a garage pull.
    Hussein Hopenchange weaponized all levels of government against Traditional Americans as part of the Great Leap Forward Fundamental Transformation.
    Consider the best government that money can buy as occupied enemy territory just like most cities in the FUSA.

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