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March 01, 2021

The Morning Report - 3/1/21 [J.J. Sefton]


Good morning, kids. Start of a new week and a new month. The big story is the reaction from all quarters to President-in-Exile Donald Trump's first major political speech since the Democrat/Globalist cabal stole the election from him, and really all of us. As usual, by all accounts, he did not disappoint. On every issue and policy that, for the first time since the end of the Second World War, Trump's first term turned around and made a wild success and that Zhou Bai-Din is completely wrecking, Trump took a blowtorch to him, and really to his puppet masters Obama/Jarret/Ayers/Soros.

"Joe Biden has had the most disastrous first month of any president in modern history," Trump declared. "Already the Biden administration has proven that they are anti-jobs, anti-family, anti-borders, anti-energy, anti-women, and anti-science. In just one short month, we have gone from America first to America last."

The former president argued that there is "no better example" of Biden's failure "than the new and horrible crisis on our southern border."

"Joe Biden has triggered a massive flood of illegal immigration into our country the likes of which we have never seen before," Trump declared, noting that Biden has loosened the enforcement of immigration law. He accused Biden of "enriching child smugglers" and having "put the vile coyotes back in business."

"Biden has failed in his number one duty as chief executive, enforcing America's laws," the former president argued. "This alone should be reason enough for Democrats to suffer withering losses in the mid-terms and to lose the White House decisively four years from now."

A few things of note, both tactically and strategically. First, considering the absolute split between us and the only real vehicle for the advancement of our policy goals - the GOP - we are a voting base without a home. That raises the question, is it easier (for lack of a better word) to form a new party, knowing the pitfalls and problems that that would engender, or to try and wrest control of the GOP from the CoC-whore globalist Deep State stooges that are in control of it by purging as many RINOs as possible? PIEOTUS Trump had this to say:

"We will do what we've done right from the beginning, which is to win," Trump said. "We're not starting new parties. You know, they kept saying, 'He's going to start a brand new party.' We have the Republican Party; it's going to unite and be stronger than ever before. I am not starting a new party. That was fake news."

As horrendous as the GOPe is, it has the infrastructure and wherewithal to run candidates not just for president but at every federal, state and local political office. A new party starting from scratch, even with Trump at the top, would just not be able to field such a panoply of candidates, certainly not without splitting the vote as bad or worse than the Libertarians. So, as crappy a prospect as having to wrest control of the GOP, it's much more of an attainable goal. Second wave hitting Omaha Beach as opposed to the first.

Also worthy of note and of respect are up and comers Ron DeSantis and Kristy Noem. Both have proven themselves to be outstanding executives over this past year in their handling of the Chinese coronavirus and more specifically the Democrat totalitarian virus that was and continues to be afflicting much of the nation. Despite the usual and continuing media sliming and smearing, they have come up smelling like a rose -- unlike the Angel of Death in New York who is now circling the drain despite an Emmy Award and self-congratulatory book that is not going to protect him from those within his party who want him out.

In any case, as heartened as I am by the likes of DeSantis, Noem and of course Trump, all of the machinations of reshaping/retaking the party for 2022, 2024 and beyond presupposes that going forward we will have honest, open and fair elections. After everything we have seen, I would be lying to you if I told you I believed that that was going to happen. The United States of America, as it was, is no more. It has been effectively overthrown by a Leftist-Corporatist-Globalist cabal that is now instituting it's own "Operation Warp Speed" to institutionalize it's iron grip while silencing and crushing all dissent or potential threats to its power.

Peoples living under managerism, however, hold a tiger by the tail. The complicated modern lives they lead are held together by esoteric technical management. The management may be less effective than advertised, and leave the masses struggling, but it at least keeps the lights on. Overthrow of the managerial class means the chaotic reversion to pre-Information Age living. To cite just one glaring example, without Tim Cook and the other managers at Apple, there will be no more iPhones to type out Twitter messages about how awful Twitter is. Americans have ceded control of virtually every aspect of their lives to managers, in areas as diverse as food production, medical care, and national defense. The managerial class cannot be guillotined or thrown into gulags as in previous class revolutions -- not without a catastrophic loss of living standards or even total social breakdown.

Looking to the east for harbingers of things to come, Russia has pursued an alternative path to managerial-class eradication; but their alternative is almost as unsettling as guillotines and gulags. When the USSR fell apart, the power held by its managerial class passed into the hands of a wealthy, quasi-criminal oligarchy. The oligarchs allowed the managerial class of Russia to do their work on a leash, much as the managers allowed the capitalists to persist in a diminished capacity under managerism. Russia's path seems a likely template for the United States in the near-term future.

There is no question the next four to eight years will see the managerial class tighten its grip on the levers of power, with concomitant frustration in store for those outside the managerial pale. At some point, we might expect disaffected working-class voters to elevate a leader who promises to break the grip of the managerial class and make experts 'accountable to the people'; but who in practice subordinates the managerial class using the mechanism of an oligarchy, one that dominates everyone, manager or not.

Ugh. It's not even 8:00AM on a Monday morning and I can see a lot of you heading for that bottle of arsenic. But in spite of all of this evil, something's going to give. Bill Maher is a vile homunculus. Yet, despite his being repulsively leftist, he does on occasion act like a broken clock on certain issues, and some of them rather important (the danger of Islam in particular). He had an interesting conversation with Megyn Kelly the other day and the conversation took a very interesting turn:

That's when Kelly dropped a line that should be at the forefront of every single parent's brain as he or she fights the school's efforts to coopt American children: "If he's going to be activated, Doug [Kelly's husband] and I should do it." It's up to the parents, not the schools, to set values for the children -- but of course, that's not how leftists see it.

Maher then chimed in that he'd been hearing from parents -- leftist parents -- about the relentless anti-white activism the New York schools, both public and private, are pushing.

And this is what I've heard from parents -- and these are all liberal, by the way -- who say, "My kids are not ready to be told they're white supremacists." You know, I'm not ready to be told.


You talked about this letter the school put out. ... Can I read some of the things that are from this letter, lest people think I'm losing my mind?

"There's a killer cop sitting in every school where white children learn. White children are left unchecked and unbothered in their homes," one sentence starts. Well, how old do you have to be before you can just be unchecked and unbothered. You know, what age to you get bothered?

"I'm tired of white people reveling in their state-sanctioned depravities, snuffing out black lives with no consequences." You know, "go reform white kids."

You know, it bothers me so much that I have to be on this side [Kelly's side] of this issue. Because I've always been a civil rights advocate. You know, don't make me Tucker Carlson. You're the f***ing nuts. This is insane.

"As black bodies drop like flies around us by violent white hands." There is racist problems in this country. But this is hyperbole, and this is making people crazy.

It was with those words that the amazing thing happened: Maher's audience applauded. Over the years, Maher's audiences have always been trained seals, reliably clapping at every hard left, anti-George Bush, anti-Trump, pro-Obama statement the host utters. But this time, he said that the BLM rap pushing Critical Race Theory ("CRT") on American society is dangerous insanity -- and the audience clapped.

Sure, it's anecdotal but it is interesting to note. Also, much as I utterly loathe Bernie Sanders and his even more repulsively anti-Semitic flunky Matt Duss, seems the latter is less than happy with the Biden junta's renewed military adventurism in Syria. And that has got to be reflective of not just the psycho Code Pinkos but perhaps the more amenable liberals (if such a species is not extinct by now). Along with us, there is a lot of disaffection with the current junta as well as with the notion of the legacy two-party political system. I have noted with some irony how much of the rhetoric of the Occupy Wall Street astroturfed protesters actually makes sense some 10 years later (the Jew-hatred notwithstanding). But, look who controls the Democrats.

Forgetting elections for a moment, at least on a national level, the time is ripe to get involved on as local a level as you can possibly get. School boards, community boards, etc. etc. I think that that is going to be the key in somehow clawing back and at least having a chance. It's not going to happen overnight; remember, it took the Communists 100-years to get where they are today. But if you do move in Lefty circles and your cover has not been blown, make yourself into a concern troll and sow division and dissent but from that perspective. It's worth a shot. We've got nothing to lose now.

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