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“Forty-two days into the administration and still no solo press conference from Joe Biden. That is the longest stretch of silence from any new president in at least a century.”

--Tucker Carlson, March 3, 2021

Some called this a "blistering" attack; a "brutal" message. I call it complicity, and I will have no part of it. By comparing Joe Biden to "any new president," Tucker Carlson is normalizing the fraudulent elections across the contested states and elsewhere, and thus perpetuating the Big Lie that Biden is legitimate. 

But it gets worse:

So by refusing to speak directly to the media, Joe Biden is attacking our most cherished democratic norms. Even CNN is complaining about it.

Let me get this straight. Biden's failure to speak to the media that enabled the Biden-Harris gang's usurpation of power is "attacking" "our most cherished democratic...

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When you were a kid (or a mom) and saw "Lady and the Tramp," did you ever dream you would wake up and read this in the paper?

From the Daily Mail:

The Walt Disney Company holds monthly meetings with advocates from women and minority groups who comb through hundreds of hours of Disney-streamed content looking for potentially offensive material to flag.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the monthly zoom meetings are held between Disney officials and a so-called ‘third-party advisory council.’

The council includes representatives from the African American Film Critics Association; CAPE (Coalition of Asian Pacifics in Entertainment); Define American; the Geena Davis Institute on Gender...

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More discussion of Trump's speech at my Patreon channel here.

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On the matter of whether President Trump's speech at CPAC uplifted or depressed:

I could not have been more depressed while listening to Part 1. It was a stump speech without a stump. Every reference to the terrible things "the Biden administration" is doing to our country without first and foremost establishing the regime's illegitimacy has the effect of normalizing that regime. It wasn't enough for Trump to flick at maybe having to win the presidency for a "third" time, either. I felt as though we were watching the debut of Trump's capitulation to the Narrative. C-PAC, after all, has a long tradition of enforcing capitulations when it comes to the existential threats of the moment, including immigration,...

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As the President of the United States finished his speech at CPAC tonight, poof, a new movement was born.

Save America.

Came the dawn: But how?

 

Trying to explain what went wrong in these United States to friends in the UK via American Betrayal, Islam, deception, subversion, November 3 and January 6 .... 

YouTube

Rumble

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This investigation is a continuation of the greatest political Witch Hunt in the history of our Country, whether it was the never ending $32 million Mueller hoax, which already investigated everything that could possibly be investigated, “Russia Russia Russia,” where there was a finding of “No Collusion,” or two ridiculous “Crazy Nancy” inspired impeachment attempts where I was found NOT GUILTY. It just never ends!

So now, for more than two years, New York City has been looking at almost every transaction I’ve ever done, including seeking tax returns which were done by among the biggest and most prestigious law and accounting firms in the U.S. The Tea Party was treated far better by the IRS than Donald Trump. The Supreme Court never should have let this “fishing expedition” happen, but they did. This is something which has never happened to a President before, it is all...

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Perfidy. Justice Thomas should resign. This is not a legitimate court. 

Story here.

 

I just heard the wrenching news we knew was coming.

Mourning Rush, mourning America -- now the two go together. Such an emptiness, no matter how prepared we were for his release from earthly pain.

That voice. That optimism. Never to be forgotten. RIP, great patriot. 

 

Taking my title from that of Ivan Bunin's Cursed Days, an anti-Bolshevik diary of the Russian Revolution's aftermath (take that, John Reed!), I have posted a new discussion of our own post-Revolution "cursed days" at my Patreon channel, available to subscribers.

Do consider joining. The monthly fee is up to the subscriber, starting at $1 (of course, the sky's the limit). 

 

 

Liberation! Follow me on Gab at @realDianaWest

 

Update, February 10: Watch this via Bitchute (above). Vimeo (below) canceled it.



Now that I am locked out of Twitter, I pop back in from time to time to search for odds and ends on news and commentary from remnant accounts of interest. This morning, I decided to see if Rosa Koire, author of Behind the Green Mask: U.N.Agenda 21,  was still there, and, if so, what, she was thinking about.

I find that last month, Koire participated in an online conference, The Greater Reset, which looks well worth viewing across the board. Quite handily, though, Rosa has posted a transcript of her speech at...

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If America had a free press, this story would be front-page-news across the fruited plain:

"Newly Discovered Video Shows Late Night Deliveries of Tens of Thousands of Illegal Ballots to Michigan Arena" 

At least we have Gateway Pundit. Kudos to Cassandra Fairbanks and Jim Hoft, who have found video-proof of The Big Steal in Michigan, confirming the sworn affidavits of at least three witnesses.

Read and watch it all here, if you can bear to. It is sickening to behold -- the improbable white van driving our country into dictatorship, and the failure of any persons endowed with authority to take action to stop it. 

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But, of course, America...

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This case, details here, is utterly sickening. 

Here's the latest, as regime apparatchiks grind America into constitutional dust. 

40/29 News in Arkanasa reports

A federal grand jury has indicted an Arkansas man implicated in the riot at the U.S. Capitol.

Richard Morris Barnett of Gravette was photographed with his feet up on a desk in Speaker Nancy Pelosi's office during the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. He also took an envelope from her office. 

The grand jury indicted Barnett on eight charges:

1. Obstruction of an official proceeding

2. Aiding and abetting

3. Entering and remaining in a restricted building or grounds with a deadly or dangerous weapon

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From The National File:

Capitol Riot Investigators Struggling to Find Homicide Evidence in Death of Officer Brian Sicknick 

The circumstances of Brian Sicknick’s death are unclear.

The Capitol Police officer who died following the raucous protest on January 6th may ultimately have died as the result of a preexisting medical condition, as opposed to a homicide.

CNN reported that federal investigators probing for evidence of a homicide in the death of Officer Brian Sicknick have “struggled” to find camera or photography evidence suggesting that Sicknick died as a result of his interactions with raucous protestors at the Capitol that day. Sicknick is reported to have collapsed at a Capitol Police facility following the repulsion of riotous protestors from the scene.

Read the rest here. More...

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This engraving depicts the 1793 trial of Citizen Louis Capet. He had been stripped of his title, King Louis XVI, by those who presumed to judge him. The image, the event, seems relevant on contemplating the looming impeachment trial of Citizen Trump. After the failure of Congress to pause the counting of Electoral votes to permit due process in the contested states, we may see that President Trump was also stripped of his title by those who now presume to judge him.

Louis' trial ended infamously in regicide by guillotine. However much baying there is for Trump's head, such a remedy lies beyond Senate recourse. On conviction of impeachment, the sentence is removal from office. Donald Trump may have won re-election, but he has no office. Such a sentence, then, would seem to be an exercise in futility, only revolutionaries don't have time for futlity. 

There...

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"Crashing the White House," Chapter 3 in Patrick Byrne's account "How DJT Lost the White House," describes what may well have been the most extraordinary, frustrating, elating and heart-breaking night of the Trump presidency.

... After a few minutes, through a private door on the far side, Donald Trump walked into the Oval Office. He was dressed in a sharply creased blue suit and tie, still, at 7:30 PM. He came through and glanced out the doorway to where Sidney Powell and I were already walking towards him, greeting him like he should be expecting us. President Trump’s eyebrows knitted in puzzlement but his face showed he recognized us, and after a moment he beckoned us in.

Within seconds General Flynn, Sydney Powell, and I were all sitting in the Oval Office with President Donald J. Trump,...

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1. Investigators have made a preliminary determination that the still-unnamed police officer (above) who shot and killed unarmed Air Force veteran Ashli Babbitt on January 6 at the U.S. Capitol  shouldn’t be charged with any crimes in connection with her death. 

2. Federal Judge James E. Boasberg, who also presides over the secret Foreign Surveillance Intelligence Court (FISC), sentenced former FBI attorney Kevin Clinesmith to probation instead of prison as he had [been] requested at his sentencing hearing this morning. ... The government requested three-to-six month prison sentence.

Instead, the judge who also presides over the secret Foreign Surveillance...

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No, Richard Barnett took an empty envelope, but more on that later.

For now, the following excerpt from the charging documents has caught my eye and fancy both. It describes the scene of the federal crimes Barnett has been charged with --   

Video surveillance from a camera positioned outside of the Speaker’s main office door captures individuals entering and exiting the office. At approximately 2:30 p.m., several unidentified individuals appear to try the door to the office however the door is locked.

At approximately 2:33 p.m. an unidentified individual pushes in the door to the office.

Got that? At around 2:30 p.m., several people tried the door to the Speaker's main office and it was locked, according to the complaint. At 2:33 p.m., someone...

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Join me at my Patreon channel for a new series of conversations: "Postcards from Post-America" 

 

The New York Times informs:

At least one National Guard soldier is under investigation for standing in front of a sign on Monday morning bearing the name of Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Democrat of California, with both of his middle fingers extended and posing for photographs taken by about a half-dozen other soldiers, officials said.

The behavior, reported by a person who witnessed it, was confirmed by the National Guard Bureau, which said it was “aware of the incident.”

The soldiers were moving through the Speaker’s Rotunda, an area on the second floor of the Capitol, just before 11 a.m. when the incident occurred. A Capitol Police officer approached...

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Today's title is taken from "The OGPU," a chapter in one of the history books I've lately dusted off: Walter Krivitsky's In Stalin's Secret Service.

An early, senior defector from same, Krivitsky uses the phrase to sum up what Yezhov, Stalin's new leader of the OGPU, told a gathering of OGPU leaders in the "club room" of the annex to the Lubianka, as Stalin's old leader, Yagoda, was himself being purged.

It is March, 1937 and Stalin's blood purges -- purges, purges and more purges -- are intensifying in order to eliminate political opposition and all thoughts of political opposition.

Some quotations from the chapter. 

As the Soviet State became progressively more totalitarian, as the Bolshevik Party itself became the victim of what it had created in 1917, the Secret Police gained greater and greater power, terror became an end in itself, and...

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He posted this picture.

He posted this statement.

(Replying to some Texans)

Everyone talks about being a patriot until its time to do patriot shit.

Texas is part of the US. Secession should only be considered after

the fight has been lost.

I went to DC. I helped take the Hill.

I helped other patriots prevent antifa from damaging anything.

I exercised my 1st amendment right to take grievances to our

representatives. It was a (mostly peaceful) political protest

Where were you on 06JAN21?

Where is the crime?

Ask the Stasi.



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When I happened on the Jeffrey Clark story as it was breaking days ago, it seemed clear this was the leading edge of a new assault in national pysops against clean elections, rule of law, free speech and the rest of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights -- oh, and breathing if you happen to be a supporter of any of the above and voted for Donald Trump, which turn out to go together. 

Here is a close reading of the agit prop in Part Two of the new psyop assault. Part One targets Jeffrey Clark, also discussed here. Part Two targets House Freedom Caucus member Rep. Scott Perry of Pennsylvania, thereby framing normal, lawful, ordinary (if you operate at the highest level of national politics) behavior as illegal, just as it would be in a totalitarian state.   

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Brandon Straka criminal complaint here. 

The regime has The People on the run -- and that's a priority. 

 

The following is excerpted from the criminal complaint lodged against 23 y/o Andrew Ericson of Oklahoma, another very small fry caught up in the DOJ's Investigations into Violence at the Capitol. Nothing about Ashli Babbitt's killer here, however, even though Babbitt is the only individual to have been slain during the protest and by a Capitol Hill policeman. There's "violence" and there's "violence," and apparently killing at the Capitol isn't "violence." But beer-snatching fits the DOJ rubric. Details below.

I find something viciously North Korean and social-media-pointless in what follows, including in the evidence: Snapchat photos of a victimless prank as...

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We are today into the third installment of the latest alchemy by the New York Times to keep the truth bottled up, thus producing explosive "news" to drive the next witch-hunt/purge. Indeed, before I could get my analysis posted today (see below), those three installments had already hit the jackpot: both a DOJ IG investigation and a Senate Judiciary inquiry in Trump/DOJ conversations about what to do about the election fraud that stole the presidency (see NYT reporter tweet above.)

These conversations pertain to what may have been Donald Trump's final thoughts and discussions as President of the United States on ways he might have broken through the Deep State phalanx blocking political and legal investigations into the voluminious,...

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Andrew Wrigley is an artist and shoemaker from Pennsylvania. Here is a video of Wrigley talking about his painting; here is a series of videos in which Wrigley talks about making shoes by hand.

On January 8, 2021,a special agent with the Capitol Hill Police Investigations Division Threat Assessment Section received a set of images from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Washington Field Office Intelligence Operations Center. The images were screenshots of photos and videos from Wrigley's Facebook account which Wrigley posted after attending "the protest in DC at the Capitol #stopthesteal." 

Wrigley also updated his page to the effect that he had also entered the building: "At the protest in DC I went inside the capitol building and got tear-gassed," he told his Facebook friends (and the FBI). 

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No, the cartoon above is not from your local newspaper, or any online US media site. It is the Chinese Communist Party gloss on the seizure of power in Washington by forces fronted by the China Joe Biden Gang as published in the People's Daily tabloid Global Times.

But it could have been home grown.





The call and echo between Chicom mouthpieces and Deep State mouthpieces have never been louder or more in unison. That goes for more than caricatures,...

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The hunt is on. We are all quarry now. Jackal media and hyena politicians, tasting first blood in their next victim, and their next, and their next, are in full cry, tearing to pieces all opponents of the Coup that installed the Biden-Harris gang through clanging, high decibel Big Lies, one after another after another.

I woke up this morning with a set of yesterday's victims in mind to write about today; before I could get to them, I found a brand new one, unearthed by the New York Times, and run to ground by the bloodthirsty, regime-approved voices of Twitter. I had to take note.

His name is Jeffrey Clark, Justice Department civil division chief. His crime? The New York Times inversion of events (by no stretch a "news"...

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Disappointment Update, Jan 20, 7:14am.

I don't understand why Trump didn't pardon political prisoner and Wikileaks publisher Julian Assange. Tucker Carlson relayed from a source that McConnell threatened Trump with a conviction in the Senate if he did. Having had the greatest election landslide in history stolen from, what's a conviction from a court of gangsters? Be that as it may, no "deal" Trump could make with them is a "deal." Could there have been something else on someone else's table? We'll probably never know.

 







1. "Why are you letting this happen? Why haven't you called for back-up?" here

2. "So I had the FBI waiting for me when I got home" here. 

3. "FBI's Newest Prerogative: Shooting Subway Passengers" by James Bovard here.

4. "Duped: National Guard & media stake out state capitols, but ‘pro-Trump armed uprisings’ never materialize" by Jordan Schactel here.

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The reason things seem to be happening so fast is because our Cultural Revolution was so far advanced when they pulled the cord on January 6.

The latest Party line seems to be to drive the focus away from Big Tech/Media censorship of the political opposition, including the President of the United States, to high-octane fury against the BIg Tech/Media censors for their incompetence in not censoring sooner and more widely, thus saving lives, democracy, etc. (Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez may have been first out of the box on this.)

1) On Morning Josef Stalin, Mikhail Brzezinski raged against Big Tech for not banning President Trump sooner. The transcript does not do it justice; suffice to say, it was a display worthy of...

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All tyrannies rule through fraud and force, but once the fraud is exposed they must rely exclusively on force. 

-- attributed to George Orwell

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By rights, by laws, by elections, by facts, by courts, by states, by both houses of Congress, we should on this Sunday before Inauguration Day be practically tired of winning. We should be almost past the initial waves of giddiness and relief that should have carried us through the shank of 2020 as we congratulated ourselves and our neighbors on the glorious fact that on November 3, American voted themselves "Trump country," re-electing the president in a historic landslide.

This was not just a landslide for Donald Trump and the American people; it was an even greater landslide against the criminal gangs leading the Deep State from the depths of the Swamp; the same anti-democratic forces that waged...

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Julius and Ethel Pence strikes again as the Bezos/CIA Post burbles in the background

Updated: 1:07pm 1/16/21

Upcoming guest host of Jeopardy Katie Couric discusses how to "deprogram" Trump supporters:

"The question is how are we going to really almost deprogram these people who have signed up for the cult of Trump.”

More "deprogramming" talk here. 

Harvard...

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Watch live at RSBN here





Watch independent journalist Masako Ganaha break down the climactic video of the Capitol operation, moments before and after Ashli Babbitt, an unarmed woman, Trump supporter, Air Force war veteran, is shot while attempting to climb through a broken-out window. Babbitt later died of her wound. 

Watch and share it quickly, because I expect it to be "taken down" by Youtube any minute.

Here is a more macro analysis of Antifa tactics on display at the Capitol by Michael Yon.

UPDATE: 9:13am

In other appalling news:

 

1. Banks are now severing ties with Donald Trump "in the wake of his supporters' assault on the U.S. Capitol." 

See how this historic psyop is more than just a pivot away from #TheBigSteal (now a verboten hashtag, along with #1984,...

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An extremely nice shout-out via Twitter as the good ship free speech goes down and patriots are outlawed in the America they resoundingly delivered to President Trump in the stolen election of 2020.

It comes from Richard Poe, a co-author of David Horowitz, and thus especially notable because Horowitz made a decision in 2013 to sacrifice his reputation in an attempt to destroy mine, and, more important, my book, American Betrayal.

As the late M. Stanton Evans explained:

Especially galling to West's critics is her contention that Washington in the war years was so riddled with Communists and Soviet agents as to be in effect an "occupied" city  -- an image that seems to have sparked the greatest anger and most denunciation of her thesis.



Denunication of this thesis by self-professed former communists, that is.

By using the "occupied"...

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I am awaiting SecState's Mike Pompeo's remarks at VOA even as the following appeared on the State Department website.

UPDATE: 3:12 pm. Was that a website hack (above)? Pompeo, so far, is giving an boilerplate talk about "when Americans are united around our founding principles..." etc.

UPDATE: 3:28 pm:

 

Via Lauren Southern



The 1983 US Capitol bombing. See below for the story of how one of the bomb-plotters, whose sentence was commuted by Bill Clinton, now sits on the funding arm of Black Lives Matter.

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1. Where is President Trump? No idea. Rumors buzz about a pending big announcement. How would we even hear it? Is the emergency broadcast system still extant? Latest in China-submissive Big Tech purges: Amazon is kicking Twitter-alternate Parler off of its server.

2. Jacobin-style hysteria continues to fuel the drive to remove President Trump from office 10 days before first term officially ends via 25th Amendment, impeachment or both.

3. Why smash our communications and President Trump with only 10 days to go before fraud-elect swears his unholy oath? (President Trump has...

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Via Luke Rudkowski.

 

This is a different kind of revolution; overthrowing the president last and at the peak of his political popularity -- a popularity of an intensity that is unique in modern history and probably never exceeded.  

But except for the People who grew to love him more and more -- yes, love him, and what poliitician ever in a million years heard chants of "We love you! We love you!" from crowds larger than rock stars' --  Trump has been alone in Washington, surrounding himself with flimsily-veiled vipers, and from the start. Starting before Inauguration Day 2017 forward, Trump had no foundation or power base inside Washington. His power was always outside Washington, from sea to shining sea, where by dint of infinite charisma and belief in America and America first, he raised the near-dead host and remnant republic to a never-expected point of rennaissance.

Of...

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After Twitter banned @realDonald Trump, @POTUS responded (above) and Twitter deleted @POTUS.

Our country's institutions, major communications networks are enemy-occupied.

Yes, this is war.

 

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