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Smith1980 53 points ago +53 / -0

But but it was the worst thing to ever happen in the history of the universe!!!!!!!

MagnumRabbits 26 points ago +26 / -0

The Jan 6th M narrative has become a real litmus test on whether or not a person is worth listening to.

Some very prominent geo-political writers I know fell for the MSM narrative that absolutely should not have. They have (or should have) much better access to information, and from what I know of them, an inkling of critical thinking skills. And of the writers I know personally, as far as I know, aren't on the dime for any political or intelligence service.

It's absolutely astounding to think and argue that the American government was anywhere close to being "overturned". Then again, we aren't dealing with people who live in reality and there is a vested interest by those in power in politics and the media to keep people frightened and afraid of the Spector of the absolutely non-existent far-right violence.

Smith1980 23 points ago +23 / -0

And what really pisses me off is that we had a summer of riots and attacks on federal buildings and people taking over city property but media was fine with that.

MagnumRabbits 17 points ago +18 / -1

And actively covered up to boot.

Remember that little blurb about how "Trump tear gassed protestors to have a photo-op" at the church near the white house?

Turns out nope, completely unrelated government bureaucrat needed the park cleared to put up anti-scale fences, because the intelligence at the time started that there was a credible threat of the white house getting raised.

I think the only thing from stopping Trump getting murdered is that no one wants to make him a martyr.

Assassin47 9 points ago +9 / -0

the American government was anywhere close to being "overturned"

Or that there was even an attempt.

The best effort I've heard were that people in power, Trump and maybe a few generals, wanted to stage a coup so they incited violence hoping that rednecks would get it started, but the dumb boomers didn't deliver so they had to call it off. No evidence for it though. They start with a crazy idea or motivation (orange man bad and literally Hitler) and connect disparate threads together like the worst conspiracy theorists.

What it tells me is that most normies and supposed educated people still trust cathedral media. A lot of them have ideological blinders on, but others are just ignorant of how bad MSM is.

Hyponoeo 4 points ago +4 / -0

You know they were wishing so hard there were guns and some right wing people shot someone. I would say pray but they don't pray lol.

WinkingPede 3 points ago +3 / -0

Even worse than white supremacy?😱💀👻

MrGiggles 35 points ago +36 / -1

Doesn't matter, the narrative is already established. The truth doesn't matter, all that matters is gaslighting the normies immediately after an event into believing the narrative so that they will disregard anything that dismantles the narrative after the media blitzkrieg. When it comes to public discourse, if you are on the defensive (even if you are 100% right and the attacker is completely wrong), then you instantly lose the battle. That is why the media never defends, they just obfuscate and then attack the non-existent strawmans. "This country is filled with anti-science sexists, that is why Fauci is receiving so much negative attention!"

FreedomDeliveries 12 points ago +12 / -0

another reason they love the shutdowns and distancing. If your only source of info is MSM and you can't ever gather and hear that you aren't the only one who thinks it's BS, you start feeling really lonely really quick. Also if you don't have anyone question the narrative while it is forming in your mind, it becomes fact internally and almost impossible to question after the fact.

TikiTorchesBulging 10 points ago +10 / -0

"This country is filled with anti-science sexists, that is why Fauci is receiving so much negative attention!"

then when youre exhausted from breaking down everything wrong in that statement they pretend they didnt hear you and move on to something else

Oppressinator 21 points ago +21 / -0

Earlier, "armed insurection" degraded to "some people had zip ties, and a can of mace was found" like yeah if the American government can be toppled by a few hundred boomers announcing they're gonna take a tour of the government building, and a few zip ties, then America deserves to lose that battle.

Gizortnik 7 points ago +7 / -0

The best part is they almost did.

The sheer unrelenting incompetence of the elites is the funniest part.

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johnmic07 19 points ago +19 / -0

David Bailey murdered Ashley Babbitt

YesMovement [S] 10 points ago +10 / -0

I've heard it was Michael Leroy Byrd

Kingarthas2 22 points ago +22 / -0

Luckily her family is suing to find out his identity, piece of shit will have his day in court.

FreedomDeliveries 10 points ago +10 / -0

Too bad she didn't. Executed by a racist.

johnmic07 3 points ago +3 / -0

I've heard that too but there's no real evidence other than a crappy photo. David bailey was photographed publicly wearing the same gay bracelet as the shooter.

dontdrinksoy 3 points ago +3 / -0

I've heard it was Michael Leroy Byrd

I don't think it's Byrd. The stupid cunt in the video looks more like Bailey. Pay attention to the shape of the foreheads -- the weird fucking foreheads.

TheRedThirst 16 points ago +16 / -0

Imagine... an "Insurrection" without weapons....

Gizortnik 13 points ago +13 / -0

In fairness, that's how the commies would normally try to do it. An angry enough mob doesn't need weapons to overthrow a government. You just get an angry enough mob, and a bunch of people to back you, and you're all set.

Truly: Jan 6th could have been a coup if either Trump or the Republicans wanted it to be one, that's what scared the piss out of the Establishment. Difference is Trump preferred to lose, rather than risk the dangers of a coup, probably because he thinks either him or a surrogate will win in 2024, we shall see.

As for weaponless insurrections. When they do happen, it's because it's a genuine "General Uprising", normally the kind that depose Leftists. Like the Romanian Revolution. Not only was there no weapons, they didn't even have a plan.

One of the most amazing things I've ever seen was a Romanian who recorded video from his balcony in a tenement in the Capitol city. Just because people wanted to be there, the streets had swelled with over 300,000 people. No one with a plan to do anything, but no one really wanted to stop. The 'police' were dispatched to disperse the huge crowd that stretched through multiple streets. The police sent two Soviet armored vehicles to remove the crowd. They were fully armed with cannon guns (not even machine guns).

The video shows the literally teaming mass of people that are at least 30 stories below in multiple. At this point, it was late at night, and no one was visible as a person, but you could see all the lights of candles, matches, and flashlights that dotted the street. The protesters were trying get some kind of a chant going. They are trying to yell at the police to either leave or join them. Then, the armored cars open fire. It's not clear if it's into the crowd or over it, but you can see the enormous tracers fly past the crowd.

For a moment there is silence... followed by an enormous roar. The teeming pool of little lights suddenly surged like water towards the direction where the gunfire had come, and the crowd was very load and angry.

Then the scene cuts, and transitions to a seen on the ground. The 2 armored cars have been flipped upside down and are on fire. ... Sometimes, if it's big enough, an insurrection can do a lot of damage even when unarmed.

el_hoovy 4 points ago +5 / -1

the Romanian revolution was a farce driven by defectors in the Securitate, probably defecting to the jewish bankers who were angry Ceausescu had paid off all national debt and wanted to start his own world bank to rival the west's, though i don't know that for sure.

they had to pit squads of the same military against each other in the night, telling both that the other squad were revolutionaries, to make it look like a war was actually going on. the incriminating order to kill all those protesters before the revolution was apparently given by Ceausescu... who was out of country and didn't even know about it... and my mother who lived in the capital at the time and went to all the gatherings, as one did, is fairly convinced the first shootings that spurred the revolution on to 100 were done by the Securitate themselves to make it look like it was starting.

the actual people were ferried around like idiots and felt good because now they could buy American burgers and glare at the gold-painted steel handles in Ceausescu's home and say "what a hypocrite" thinking he had golden furniture. barely any of them had anything to do with the revolution and i'm fairly sure none of them outright started it.

you take all that and put it together with a trial more mock than the shit at Nuremberg and things start to look weird. i hate commies with a passion but if commie jews kill a commie maybe that commie wasn't actually a commie. complicated stuff. i'm no expert, just Romanian.

Gizortnik 3 points ago +3 / -0

the incriminating order to kill all those protesters before the revolution was apparently given by Ceausescu... who was out of country and didn't even know about it...

The revolution happened literally in front of him at a state mandated rally. I'm not sure what you're going at here.

el_hoovy 2 points ago +2 / -0

before the revolution in Bucharest there was a protest in Timisoara where they were fired upon. the blame was 100% on Ceausescu for that despite him not being there to give the order. this doesn't really mean anything in isolation, but if you take everything i said + the sorry state of Romania today after jew capitalism has raped it into a 2nd world Mercedes-buying craphole things start to look fishy as to the actual circumstances and reasons for the revolution.

seriously, don't pin me as a commie, i just don't think the Romanian revolution was such a clear-cut matter given all the context. it's especially weird how most people old enough to remember the regime almost prefer it to post-revolution Romania, and not in a shitty loyalist commie sense either.

Gizortnik 2 points ago +2 / -0

Judging from how it looks after years of watching Vee, I wouldn't call Romania anything approaching capitalist. There are hardly any capitalist countries in Europe. Most are, at best, Fabian Socialist. I doubt that the military created the revolution from whole cloth, it seems more to me that Ceausescu was primarily to blame for the conditions that would inevitably lead to a revolution. The military exploiting the revolution, however, seems obvious and is actually one of the biggest problems of an unorganized revolution. Damn near anyone can take power if they have enough of a minimal support system to do so. Which is similar to what happened in Russia as well.

ArtemisFoul 2 points ago +2 / -0

I wish I could believe that but... I don't know all that much about the Romanian Revolution, but I've read (and seen, and heard) a fair bit about the Velvet Revolution in Czechoslovakia in November 1989.

Did you know that Václav Havel, the hero of the Velvet Revolution, the first post-communist president of Czechoslovakia and later the Czech Republic, and a supposedly persecuted dissident, lived at a highly desirable address in Prague and owned a Mercedes in the 80s when most people were on years-long waiting lists to buy a fucking Škoda 120? Did you know his wife was actually happy when he got put in jail, because she hoped they'd stop him from drinking for a while?

Believe me, it was nothing like people think it was, and that leads me to believe the Romanian one wasn't what people think it was, either. Don't trust history books.

Gizortnik 3 points ago +3 / -0

I'm not, I'm watching the crowd.

I'm well aware that liberalization protests against communism were additionally stimulated by American and Western intelligence agencies to break the Communist governments... but the Communists never did themselves any favors, and constantly contributed to the collapse of their states by genuinely outraging swathes of the population. In some cases, like in Estonia, you had nationalists and liberals working together to unseat what they saw as a Russian Communist occupation.

We know that the CIA was absolutely desperate to kill Castro for decades, and they never did, and Cuba is still Communist. The reason that the rest of the Communist world collapsed is because the Soviet System collapsed, and routinely de-legitimized itself with it's own people and subjects.

Vegi 11 points ago +12 / -1

That was the big mistake. They should have brought weapons. Harder for a tyrannical government to murder the people if the people can shoot back.

FreedomDeliveries 14 points ago +14 / -0

there was far too much belief in pence and the republicans to fight the legal battle. in truth the law no longer matters to them, which means it shouldn't matter to anyone.

Unknownsailor 7 points ago +7 / -0

Next time they will, you can take that to the bank.

Kweebecker 3 points ago +3 / -0

And much like other stuff you bring to the bank, the statement loses value with each passing second. It would be too bad optics, too "intimidating" if they showed up doing a Guinness World Record for largest 2nd amendment check.

GhostBond 5 points ago +5 / -0

This is why the left used black people as a proxy force to riot and threaten. If you threaten the people in power directly they have the power to fight back. If you get some poor people to threaten other poor people no one of "importance" is hurt.

Unknownsailor 7 points ago +7 / -0

Steve Bannon was livid today:

Wray was asked about the cell phone the Chinese virologist who defected gave to the FBI by Matt Gaetz.


ghoblork 6 points ago +7 / -1

Also no one died from that deadly virus but sheeple can only process one lie at a time.

dontdrinksoy 1 point ago +1 / -0

And to quote a three year-old child: "And it was a black man."

Liberals: YO! DAT'S RAYCISS!