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January 19, 2022

The Morning Report - 1/19/22


Good morning, kids. Wednesday and once again the subject of civil war or at the least some sort of national divorce/dissolution has reared its ugly but unavoidable head. The disgusting, vitriolic rhetoric and insults that are borderline blood-libels is not emanating from the pie-hole of some low-life Antifa droog, sprawled out on a louse infected, semen stained, vitrified mozzarella encrusted couch somewhere in CHAZ-topia, making Molotov cocktails for world peace. It is emanating from the pinnacle of American power, the Oval Office (no doubt via a house in Kalorama), and parroted by the aforementioned and far too many individuals that can do a hell of a lot more damage than merely (!) setting a police station or two on fire.

Recently the Washington Post ran an op-ed from three retired generals, Antonio Taguba, an immigrant who had accused America of war crimes during the fight against Islamic terrorists in Iraq, Steven Anderson, a board member of the left-wing VoteVets, and Paul Eaton, a senior VoteVets adviser, urging that the military prepare for a "2024 insurrection" in proper Soviet style.

The three left-wing ex-generals called for "intensive intelligence work" to "identify, isolate and remove potential mutineers" and "guard against efforts by propagandists."

A Commie commissar couldn't have said it any better than Taguba, Anderson, and Eaton.

These "propagandists" and "mutineers" are not the members of the pro-Hillary "Resistance" who pledged to undermine and sabotage the Trump administration in 2016. Nor are they the Democrats who insisted that President George W. Bush was illegitimately elected.

Only conservatives are up for the purge.

Or as Eaton had tweeted before the election, "The empty shirt in the White House deserves your contempt. Aiding and abetting is treason. What American could vote for such a person? I know: a traitor."

This Eaton scum is not an outlier in terms of the highest, and quite possibly even the secondary or tertiary, echelons of command in our military. Barack Obama, like Stalin in the late 30s and Hitler after Stalingrad and for sure after July '44, purged their militaries of the most competent officers and replaced them with ass-kissing sycophants and like-minded ideologues. Those two did it primarily because they were paranoid. The dog-eater did it as an act of willful sabotage that, in the cold light of day, is arguably the greatest act of treason against the national security of this nation since Julius and Ethel Rosenberg's atomic betrayal. Possibly worse.

Now cue Joey Soft-Serve, via the estimable Salena Zito:

Speaking Tuesday at Morehouse College and Clark Atlanta University, Biden uttered venomous, brutal accusations lacking factual basis. His shouting-in-the-wind delivery was inexplicable, and his decision to lash out at members of his own party -- Senators Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) and Kyrsten Sinema (D-Ariz.) -- appears to have only strengthened their resolve not to give in to his demands.

Biden called those who disagree with his political views on legislation "domestic enemies." He compared them to Confederate President Jefferson Davis and former Alabama Democratic Party committeeman and ardent, violent segregationist Bull Connor. In American politics, that is about as divisive as one can get -- at least he didn't mention Hitler. . .

. . .You don't warn a nation that a winter of "severe illness and death" is coming for the unvaccinated because your aim is to bring people together; those words are intended as a threat and a slight, just like his resurrection of George Wallace in last week's speech to score cheap political points.

Look all around you; since last January this junta has been flailing, failing and is desperate. But the unvarnished truth is that all of that is not the reason that they have been spouting the eliminationist rhetoric against us. As an aside, mentioned yesterday by Ace, Paul "the forehead" Begala ripped into his own base by claiming "Democrats don't have bad leaders, they have bad followers." In any case, the hatred flowing from the Left has always been there. They have always wanted to subjugate or eradicate those of us whom they could not subjugate. See Larry Grathwohl discussing Bill Ayers.

But that was back in the early 70s. We're not talking about a group of violent subversives fantasizing about a "final solution" to the freedom problem while on the lam from the, heh, FBI (the irony). We're now talking about a sizeable chunk of our allegedly fellow citizens as well as the government, the bureaucracy, the courts, quite astonishingly the not-so-much-anymore private sector and, yet again, law enforcement and the military.

The US Army is set to conduct a "guerrilla warfare exercise" later this month in North Carolina where troops will battle against "freedom fighters."

Yes, really.

The two week "unconventional warfare exercise" will take from from Jan. 22-Feb. 4 on privately owned land in a remote location which remains unknown.

"Called Robin Sage, the exercise serves as a final test for Special Forces Qualification Course training and it places candidates in a politically unstable country known as Pineland," reports the Charlotte Observer.

"These military members act as realistic opposing forces and guerrilla freedom fighters, also known as Pineland resistance movement," said the the U.S. Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center. . .

. . . The exercise will do little to dampen concerns that the Biden [junta] is launching a de facto 'domestic war on terror' targeting patriots and Trump supporters.

Following the January 6 Capitol riot, Democrats ludicrously compared the events to September 11 in an attempt to justify using federal resources that would normally be focused on actual terrorists against American conservatives.

Earlier this month, the Justice Department created a new "specialized unit focused on domestic terrorism" in response to an "elevated" threat from violent extremists in the United States.

So, Waukesha and Colleyville, along with the Burning, Looting & Murdering that took place over the course of months in the wake of George Floyd dying while resisting arrest are to be spun as mostly peaceful displays of patriotism, or failing that, altogether ignored. Yet, mere verbal opposition to anything and anyone of, by and for the Left is tantamount to insurrection and treason - even when these alleged acts of insurrection and treason are manufactured by the junta itself to further their agenda of political oppression. No doubt in my mind that what happened at the Capitol on January 6th, 2021 was pre-planned and executed by the FBI in collusion with the DC police and possibly at the behest of or with the tacit approval beforehand of Democrat Party leadership. The detainees now rotting away in the Garland Archipelago were merely unlucky or foolish enough to walk into the set-up.

Where does all of this leave us?

Regime propaganda is so ubiquitous that even if, like me, you make no effort to seek it out and even take steps to avoid it, you can't help but notice that our masters have fastened onto a new narrative: the coming "civil war."

This was the crux of all the maudlin, dishonest January 6 retrospectives, of several "think pieces," and at least three new books: America is facing a second civil war and it will be started by the Right.

Really? With what? In one of his more lucid moments, Joe Biden himself noted that the disaffected on the Right have no chance of taking on the United States government without F-15s and nukes. Like the blind squirrel finding a nut, the old man was onto something. The government's overwhelming advantages in technology, firepower, manpower, money, transportation, supply networks, surveillance tools and much else would be so lopsided as to make the military buzzword "asymmetric" a grim joke. Think, instead, Bambi versus Godzilla. . .

. . . Psy-ops can have many objectives, demoralization being the most common. But they can also be used to prep the ground for other operations, to create opportunities that otherwise might not present themselves.

That's what's going on now. The regime wishes to crush all actual and potential opposition. To do this, it needs to criminalize dissent. But doing that runs against the letter and spirit of the great charters of American liberty, and against the grain of the American character. To do what they want to do requires changing public opinion. Or, more specifically, it requires wearing down Americans' inborn resistance to censorship and political persecution . . .

. . . The truth is that for the last 50 years, and accelerating greatly over the last 10, America's elites have relentlessly divided the country, strip-mined its institutions, leeched its wealth, and attacked a large portion of its people. Those actions, taken together, may be said to be almost a recipe for civil war. Perhaps the smarter elites have concluded that such a war is now inevitable and they want to get a jumpstart on assigning blame. A cynical person (not me!) might wonder if civil war is not exactly what the ruling class wants and is trying to provoke.

We might therefore analogize every fresh provocation to those feds who apparently entrapped some very imprudent men into trying to kidnap the governor of Michigan. They want you not just to talk about civil war, but to begin taking concrete actions that they can insist are preludes to war. Then they will have free rein to impose ever more censorship, surveillance, no-knock raids, computer and records seizures, asset confiscation, frivolous (but deadly serious) criminal charges, endless pretrial detention, and draconian sentences for misdemeanors and non-crimes.

Excellent essay as usual by Michael Anton, but it does beg the question, considering all the forces arrayed against us and the absolute undeniable fact that those forces absolutely stole the 2020 election, given that no doubt they will try that again - and that sadly the party that allegedly is the opposition to it is mostly in bed with them - what do we do?

We have effectively been overthrown and now it's a matter of the junta attempting to consolidate power and cement the overthrow. They already have scores if not hundreds of innocent Americans rotting away in the Garland Archipelago as "insurrectionists" and "white supremacists."

I am not advocating violence at all. But unless and until some massive movement akin to Solidarnosc organically happens, we are slouching our way into becoming East Germany. The vast majority of real Americans have more important things to do - like work and care for their families - than to take to the streets and do the BLM/Antifa boogaloo.

That said, with the economy fast becoming the bastard child of Weimar Germany and Zimbabwe, a mass economic upheaval that makes Black Tuesday and 2008 look like a blip might be the black swan event (although anyone with eyes to see can predict it coming) that sends people into the streets.

The reaction of the junta and its base that already want to send the unvaccinated into concentration camps (or worse) is what worries me. Is all of this avoidable? Possibly, but given everything we've been through and the current trajectory, less and less likely with each passing day.

Whatever happens, I could care less what their narrative is; if blood is shed, it is all on the Left. If there is neither a civil disengagement nor G-d forbid an actual shooting civil war, then it won't necessarily be because we have been rounded up by police or military forces. It will be because those who we thought were our fellow citizens will be the enforcers.

Almost half of Democratic voters -- 48 percent -- think the government should be able to fine or imprison individuals "who publicly question the efficacy of the existing [Chinese] COVID-19 vaccines on social media, television, radio, or in online or digital publications."

This is not the most astonishing finding of a poll just released by Rasmussen. Let's go through the relevant points: Nearly the same percentage of Democratic voters -- 47 percent -- think the government should be able to put a tracking system, like an ankle monitor or a locked collar, on people who refuse the vaccine. And 45 percent favor putting the unvaccinated in camps. Camps.

More than half of Democratic voters -- 55 percent -- think people who refuse the vaccine should be fined. Fifty-nine percent favor confining all unvaccinated people to their homes. More than a quarter of Democratic voters -- 29 percent -- think that the government should be able to confiscate the children of unvaccinated parents . . .

Is any of this Nazi enough for you yet? You are living next door to the people who would have turned you over to the Comite de salut public for opposing the "Law of Suspects" -- the law that authorized the arrest of all suspected enemies of the Revolution and ushered in the Reign of Terror. You are living next door to the people who would have turned you over to the NKVD for "moral sabotage of the Soviet Union." You are living next door to the people who would have called up the Gestapo and said, "My neighbor is hiding a Jew."

First it's vaccines. Then it's questioning the approved number of genders. Or the legitimacy of the 2020 election. And on and on.

Nightmare fuel, my fellow babies.

The End of America: 100 Days That Shook the World available here.


  • "The Wag The Dog scenario looms larger as the Biden vortex deepens."
    Biden Needs a War. Don't Give Him One.
  • Michael Anton: "Psychological operations can have many objectives, demoralization being the most common. But they can also be used to create opportunities that otherwise might not present themselves."
    The "Civil War" Psy-Op
  • "Your Democrat neighbors won't be ordered to vote for laws that ostracize you from society, steal your property, or send you away to a concentration camp. They will do it burning with pride."
    The Nazi Next Door
  • "Advocates of the legislation fear that the tech companies' ties to Sen. Schumer's children could create a conflict of interest, people close to the matter told On the Money. And they say Schumer's familial connection to the tech companies is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the cozy relationships some members of Congress have with the firms." (this one link just crystallizes the rot that is our government and the even more rotten souls of our alleged leaders - jjs)
    Cuck Schemer's Meesekeit Daughters Work for Amazon, Facebook as He Holds Power Over Antitrust Bill

NOTE: The opinions expressed in some links may or may not reflect my own. I include them because of their relevance to the discussion of a particular issue.

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