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Daily Tech News 5 April 2023 | Main | Mid-Morning Art Thread [Kris]
April 05, 2023

The Morning Report — 4/5/23

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Good morning, kids. First, let me just express my "gratitude" to my fellow Wisconsinites for making feel at home – that is like I'm still in New York because, while making the fatal mistake of putting hope over experience, I wake up to find that this bloated Bolshevik in black, Janet Prostitutkavitch, or whatever the hell her name is has given my new home state a 4-3 leftist advantage on the state supreme court. This undoes 15 years of a conservative, or at least non-leftist, majority that has kept the state from the depredations of Madison, Milwaukee and all the other blue shit-hole areas at relative bay. The ouster of Scott Walker notwithstanding.

Meh. Wisconsin was one of the epicenters of the mass electoral fraud that installed Sponge-Brain Shits-Pants. Given the fact that Madison is also one of if not the historic spawning ground for American regressive "progressivism," and that Nazi-collaborator Soros and others poured a shit ton of money into the effort to take the court away, why am I surprised at this? Meh, I guess it's somewhat of a miracle that Ron Johnson survived a challenge from that Mandingo-berry Barnes clown. Tammy Baldwin is up in 2024 but what are the odds she gets the boot?

In any case, the local scene and especially the courts is where the real action is, so to speak. From a whole host of issues, and most significantly, how states run their elections, given what happened in 2020, this does not bode well for 2024. Not that Biden or whoever the ham sandwich du jour will be that they run is going to have any problems given that the electoral fraud of 2020 has now been institutionalized and given the Good House-Keeping (get it?) Seal of Approval. By the way, is calling someone whose own father rejected Judaism, raised him as an apostate and then went on to be an actual Nazi collaborator anti-Semitic? I guess it is. Of course, Leftism means always having to say I'm sorry. Let's pass over that (man I'm on a roll, or a matzo) and get to where the action is.

And speaking of courts being where the action is, one need look no further at the disgusting spectacle of what has been done to Donald Trump. The ramifications of this go well beyond our now nearly non-existent borders, and make us the laughing stock of the world. And I hate to say it, for good reason.

On Tucker Carlson's show, he highlighted a Tweet from the president of El Salvador, a nation noted for juntas and death squads, poverty, squalor and constant battles with communists for control of what is a Central American ash heap of a nation; the quintessential banana republic, if you will.

Not that what happened to Trump is essentially a precedent given the fact that Barack Obama travelled around the world apologizing for the nation he led, and absolutely despised. Obama and his flea circus debased and dragged this nation through the mud. His most stunning act of betrayal and destruction was erasing almost a half century of real civil rights gains, comity and at least a modicum of tolerance between blacks and whites and turning us into a mostly peaceful Sarajevo circa 1992. In many ways, worse than that. But I digress.

Assuming for a moment that elections really can and will make a difference given all of the above, I'd be lying to you if I said what is being done to President Trump has not swayed my opinion of who to support at the top of the ticket. Then again, as I have been asserting for quite some time now, America as it was or as we thought it was is now gone. This is not about elections anymore. It is about national/societal survival and perhaps very soon now, our own personal survival.

We are in a pre-revolutionary phase, if we have not gone beyond that. The question is, a revolution that will bring about what? A revival and restoration, or, descent into some sort of totalitarian nightmare; what Churchill described on the eve of the Battle of Britain as "new Dark Age made more sinister, and perhaps more protracted, by the lights of perverted science." Boy, does that line just jump out at you, given today's context?

The arrest of Donald Trump in Manhattan Tuesday marked the end of the American republic in which citizens could trust that authorities were impartial and scrupulous in the administration of justice, and the dawning of an authoritarian and thuggish regime in which the full power of the legal apparatus is used to persecute the regime’s foes, no matter how much the laws must be twisted in order to achieve the desired result . . .

. . . The case against Trump is thus even weaker than it was expected to be. But Bragg and his handlers are likely calculating that the substance of the case doesn’t matter. Whoever is behind Bragg’s reckless and destructive persecution of Trump is apparently calculating that the prospect of a presidential candidate battling such a long list of felony charges will give distracted and indifferent voters the impression that Trump must have committed some terrible crime, and frighten them away.

There has never before been a presidential candidate under indictment, and Democrats appear to be banking on the proposition that most Americans are still unaware that the old republic has passed away, and that the criminal might not be the one who is indicted, but the one doing the indicting. . .

. . . The legal persecution of Donald Trump is a prelude to what this authoritarian regime plans to unleash upon law-abiding Americans if they dare to dissent from its sinister agenda. The feds have already sent this message by sending a SWAT team to arrest a peaceful pro-life activist, Mark Houck. Trump is the big prize, but his arrest is intended primarily to send a new message to the American people: fall in line, or else.

Much handwringing over the fact of whether or not we as individuals and/or groups should or should not have engaged in protest, be it J6 and afterwards has gone on both here and elsewhere in the blogosphere. Of course it is now a provable fact and axiomatic that the FBI, DOJ or name your other neo-Gestapo/Stasi agency of the junta will infiltrate it and be the instigators of violence to be used as a pretext for whatever "enabling act" they can conjure to outlaw us. And there are those angry at Trump for going after his accusers. But look at what he is saying, not his style, but the words he is saying and tell me he's wrong, misguided or even not within his rights, or what used to be his rights, to express.

No, my friends. We are now damned if we do and damned if we don't. So, is it better to sit on our hands for fear of being mischaracterized and blood-libeled, or have them invent "white supremacist terrorists" and dress them in MAGA gear and glowie-brand chinos and docksiders or speak up, and face the very real consequences? It is rapidly approaching a moment of not having anything to lose.

And that scares the shit out of me. Regardless of all of this, and it is a clunky segue if not appropriate, the Jewish holiday of Passover is upon us yet again. For all you non-members of Tribe or those unaware, it is a holiday commemorating God's deliverance from bondage and oppression and, more crucially, how in every generation, there are those who seek to put us in chains and oppress us; it is a warning to be vigilant and to trust in the Lord.

The revolutions of the past come and go. Nations rise and fall, and then fall further into the history books. Passover however was a remarkable revolt not just against an empire, but paganism, and it remains relevant even all these thousands of years later. In a recent poll, only 39% said that religion was very important to them. That’s down from 62% a generation ago.

When faith in G-d leaves, what replaces it isn’t some abstraction of ‘reason’: it’s superstition (37% of adults under 30 believe in astrology), cults of personality, conspiracy theories and the conviction that we are now gods who can destroy the planet and change gender at will.

The story of Passover is a testament of faith: it’s the account of an absolutely degraded people still continuing to believe for centuries and later millennia that their salvation, passed down by  tradition, would come from a G-d they had never seen or heard, but it’s also the revelation that slavery is not just physical, it’s spiritual. Just as true liberation comes from G-d, true slavery comes when we abandon faith and degrade ourselves under the soulless tyranny of paganism. . .

. . . Passover immerses Jews in the tyranny of paganism and the liberation of G-d. It is not merely a memorialization of the past, or the anxieties of the present, but the promise of the future. Keeping the faith means knowing, as the Jews of Egypt or those in Auschwitz did, that there is more to the world than the power of any tyrant: to his chains, laws and social credit systems.

Keep the faith. Ziessen Pesach.


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