Wednesday, January 06, 2021

American "radicals" screaming that America isn't a democracy, while celebrating an electoral victory in Georgia. And the same lovers of "communism" think It's a Wonderful Life is the greatest American film of all time.

Credit for the win goes to the rising Southern black bourgeoisie.

This pic was making the rounds. The imagery of 70's Hollywood liberalism is a marker for the new good enough. Better Mel Brooks than George Lucas. Warnock sold out the Palestinians. He thought he had to.  He'll reverse himself again in time.
Zionists against identity politics, again. Lee Fang: "Absolutely critical essay". Again, as if the Georgia victory meant nothing.  Michael Lind is now a regular at Tablet, along with Wesley Yang and the rest. Joe Scarborough is better, simply by being more honest. You don't have to be very smart to see the obvious. 

I don't remember the first time I said that the members of the American intellectual class that follows politics are pedants, and those who aren't pedants aren't interested in politics. 


At the end of the longer official video,  with the cursing removed, he goes after the Portland idiots, but there's really no comparison.

Business Insider: Some among America's military allies believe Trump deliberately attempted a coup and may have had help from federal law-enforcement officials
The supporters of President Donald Trump who stormed the Capitol on Wednesday to stop the ratification of President-elect Joe Biden's election victory were attempting a violent coup that multiple European security officials said appeared to have at least tacit support from aspects of the US federal agencies responsible for securing the Capitol complex.

Insider spoke with three officials on Thursday morning: a French police official responsible for public security in a key section of central Paris, and two intelligence officials from NATO countries who directly work in counterterrorism and counterintelligence operations involving the US, terrorism, and Russia.

They said the circumstantial evidence available pointed to what would be openly called a coup attempt in any other nation. None were willing to speak on the record because of the dire nature of the subject.

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