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The Deification of Emperor Trump: Following Caligula’s Path

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Jake Angeli, high priest of the growing cult of Emperor Donald Trump, dressed as the horned God Cernunnos. The deification of Emperor Trump in Washington, yesterday, didn’t go so well, but we are moving along a path that the Romans already followed during the decline of their empire, including the deification of emperors, starting with Caligula. So, comparing Roman history to our current conditions may tell us something about the future.


I already speculated on what kind of Roman Emperor Donald Trump could have been and I concluded that he might have been the equivalent of Hadrian. The comparison turned out to be not very appropriate. Clearly, Trump was no Hadrian (a successful emperor, by all means). But, after four years, and after the recent events in Washington, I think Trump may be seen as a reasonably good equivalent of Caligula, or Gaius Caesar Augustus Germanicus, who also reigned for 4 years, from 37 to 41 AD.


Caligula was the prototypical mad emperor — you probably heard that he nominated his horse consul. And he was not just mad, he was said to be a cruel, homicidal psychopath, and a sexual pervert to boot. In addition, he tried to present himself as a living god and pretended to be worshipped. He even claimed to have waged a war against the Sea God Poseidon, and having won it!

But, really, we know little about Caligula’s reign, and most of it from people who had plenty of reasons to slander his memory, including our old friend Lucius Annaeus Seneca (he of the “Seneca Effect“) who was a contemporary of Caligula and who seriously risked being killed by him. The Romans knew and practiced the same rules of propaganda we use today. And one typical way to slander an emperor was to accuse him to be a sexual pervert.

But it really doesn’t matter so much if Caligula really was so bad as we are told he was. The point is that there is a certain logic in his actions. In Rome, just as in almost every ancient empire in history, Emperors were far from being warmongers. And that was for perfectly good reasons: imagine you are the emperor: you are the richest person in the world, you can have everything you want, you may order people to do whatever you want to do, and if they refuse you can have them killed. You can even force people to worship you like a God and many will do that without any need of forcing them. Then, why should you risk all that for the mere pleasure of slaughtering a bunch of bad-smelling barbarians?  

That put emperors in a quandary: their power was based on military might, but the soldiers needed to be paid. And in order to pay them, military adventures needed to be undertaken. But military adventures, then as now, are risky and you never know who will win a war unless you fight it. This problem was the reason why many Roman emperors didn’t end their careers in their death bed. Either they were reckless and then defeated, or too prudent, and they were killed by their own troops. The latter was the destiny of Caligula, who refused to engage in the invasion of Britannia. No invasion meant no booty and no bonus for the troops. And the troops were not happy. In the end, Caligula was killed by officers of the Praetorian Guard, a military corps that was supposed to protect him.


At this point, I think you can see how Trump’s rule can be seen as similar to that of Caligula. Of course, Trump never made senator a horse, but he surely had stormy relations with the US congress — as you saw in the recent events in Washington. As for considering himself a God, well, Trump may not have gone as far as Caligula, but surely he tended to aggrandize himself more than a little! The apparition of Trump’s follower, Jake Angeli, dressed as the horned God Cernunnos,  even gave a certain theological meaning to the occupation of the Capitol building in 2021.



The main point in the similarity, then, is that both Caligula and Trump did their best to avoid major wars and succeeded, at least in part. Trump had to compromise with the military, providing huge financing for the military apparatus. We don’t know if Caligula did the same, but his fake campaign against Britannia may have been an attempt to appease the military without risking a real invasion. Whatever the case, Caligula was eliminated and replaced with an older and more pliant Emperor, Claudius. 

Something similar occurred with Donald Trump, replaced by an older and more pliant emperor because he clearly showed that he did not plan any major military campaigns. Unlike Caligula, and luckily for him, Trump was not physically eliminated (so far). But the trend is clear: The Washingtonian Emperors are desperately trying to acquire more and more powers in order to try to control an increasingly divided society. “Deification” – turning the leader into a God – may be a good strategy in this sense and it is likely that we’ll see more and more US presidents using it in the future 




This being how things stand, can we use the Trump-Caligula analogy to conceive future scenarios? The future is always difficult to predict, but it is also a lot of fun to try. So, let’s tell first the story of the Roman Empire after the death of Caligula, then we’ll see to create a narrative for what the modern Global Empire after the removal of Donald Trump. 


Caligula’s successor, Claudius, was a relatively weak emperor who couldn’t oppose the military adventure in Britannia that nearly brought the Roman Empire to its doom. Initially, the invasion was successful but, later on, the Romans seriously risked losing everything when Queen Boudicca led a revolt against them in 60 AD, nearly succeeding in throwing back the invaders into the sea. Eventually, the Romans managed to quell the revolt, but it was a close call.

The problem was not so much Britannia, but the fact that the Empire had seriously overstretched itself. While Boudicca’s army scoured Britain, torturing and killing Roman citizens, on the opposite side of the Empire, in Palestine, a revolt was brewing. It exploded with tremendous fury in 66 AD and, this time, the Romans failed to quell it immediately. It took nearly eight years of hard fighting to reestablish the Roman domain in the region. During this period, the survival of the Empire itself was at serious risk. 

We may imagine that if the Romans hadn’t needed to garrison Britain, they could have had more resources to defeat the Jewish insurrection. As it was, instead, the effort of having to control two unruly regions at the same time and at the two opposite extremes of the Roman dominion led to financial problems and to turmoil all over the Empire. Emperor Nero lost control of his generals and was forced to kill himself. For a year, four different generals fought each other for the imperial throne. Eventually, Vespasian, a general who had fought both in Britain and in Palestine, restored order in 69 AD. But the situation remained difficult. One indication of the financial problems of the time is that in modern Romance languages, urinals are named after Vespasian, probably because for the first time he placed a tax on their use. 

In time, the Roman state managed to recover a certain balance and the deep state scored a major victory when they placed a career soldier at the top, Trajan (53-117). Trajan may have seen himself as the successor of Alexander the Great and he maintained his promise to expand the Empire. In 101 AD, he engaged in a successful military campaign against Dacia (more or less modern Romania). Then, in 113 AD he embarked in an ambitious campaign destined to get rid once for all of the competitor Parthian Empire, in the East. It was nothing less than an attempt of world domination. 

At the beginning, Trajan obtained some major victories, but he was not Alexander the Great. The Romans conquered the region that we call Iraq today, but further advances were simply unthinkable and the Romans had overstretched their domains to an extremely dangerous level. In order to finance his campaigns, Trajan had devaluated the Roman currency and a new civil war could have shattered the Empire. Fortunately for the Romans, Trajan died before he could truly wreck the Empire’s finances. His successor, Hadrian, stopped the wars of conquest and reorganized the Empire within militarily sustainable borders. Of course, the Roman empire was doomed anyway, but at least Hadrian avoided that it would collapse already during the 2nd century AD: 



Now, let’s start from these ancient events to create a scenario for our times. Joe Biden is clearly no Trajan, but he has something in common with the weak and old Claudius. As such, Biden may well fail to stop the military from engaging the US Empire in one or more risky military adventures, for instance attacking Iran, or maybe Syria. 

The military strength of the US is so large that it is hard to think that this kind of relatively minor campaigns could be unsuccessful, but they would seriously weaken the Empire and generate internal frictions. The attack on the Capitol building already gave us a taste of what the results could look like. After Biden will be gone, it may be possible to see the Global Empire in the hands an aggressive military leader. Such a leader might decide to do what Trajan did. She might engage in an all-out effort to destroy the rival empire, the Parthians for the Romans, the Chinese for the current Global Empire. (why did I say “she”? You know that!)

Could a warlike Empress succeed in bringing the US Empire to global dominance? Unlikely. Just like Trajan nearly wrecked the Roman finances in his attempt, our Empress may well wreck the Western economy — or the whole world’s economy —  forever, with the additional result of wrecking the whole ecosystem as well. But history seems to reason in its own terms that was unavoidable from the beginning. For one thing, in our times things seem to happen much faster than in Roman times and the fall of Washington to a Barbarian army doesn’t seem to be so unthinkable as it was just a few days ago. 


88 Comments on "The Deification of Emperor Trump: Following Caligula’s Path"

  1. REAL Dumb on Tue, 12th Jan 2021 8:25 pm 

    Everyone knows Madkat is us davy.


  2. makati1 on Tue, 12th Jan 2021 11:18 pm 

    MadKat, you know nothing. I live in the same comfort I did in the US and at half the price. I live in a free country. You live in a fascist police state that is locking you in your home cell for as long as they like and then will require you to have “papers” to do anything, including live. I was the smart one. You are the loser.

    Jealousy, and the immature need to put down your betters, says all the others here need to know about you.

  3. I AM THE MOB on Wed, 13th Jan 2021 12:12 am 

    CNN/FAUX: Dr Fauci has just ordered that all Americans are now required to wear diapers at all times. The reason is “they could shit their paints” and it’s just to “stay safe”.

  4. Biden's hairplug on Wed, 13th Jan 2021 2:28 am 

    If one presses “previous”, rather than seeing 50 posts, you see merely 2.

    This board is really messed up since the “Biden Victory” (of fraud).

    Welcome to the Biden Presidency of Incompetence Era.

    Was the old free speech admin fired and replaced by a Dem, who tried to implement censoring but failed?

  5. Biden's hairplug on Wed, 13th Jan 2021 4:48 am 

    Bloomberg on China-Australia stand-off

    Bloomberg is hardcore US deep state. They will ventilate nothing but views that will serve US deep state interests.

    But even they can’t hide their anxiety about what is currently happening in East Asia and Down Under.

    I’ll tell you what is behind the increasing Chinese hostility against Australia: they see it as a tasty prey, becoming easy meat as soon as the US will descend into chaos.

    Obviously, Bloomberg will never even mention the possibility of major troubles in their own domestic tax farm, but the rest of the world isn’t fooled. I regularly post at the DailyMail and the possibility of CW2 has even been acknowledged there, reluctantly, although they would hate to see CW2 happening, because it would torpedo UK Grand Strategy, which is swapping the EU for the US, the essence of Brexit, leaving the UK COMPLETELY isolated.

    But the Chinese leadership is smart. They own a country that is heavily overpopulated, has huge potential but needs resources. They have seen the example of the European mother civilization and (former) colony North-America (which could soon be Europe’s junior again, the best that could happen to European America under the given circumstances).

    A real CW2 in the US would mean that China won’t hesitate invading Taiwan first and next Down Under. That is behind the Chinese attempts to demonize Australia in the eyes of its own population: to prepare it for military and colonial expansion.

    Nature and geopolitics don’t like vacuums.

  6. Biden's hairplug on Wed, 13th Jan 2021 5:51 am 

    Supermarkets in Northern Ireland warn for food shortages in the wake of Brexit:

    One is reminded of the potato-famine 1845-1849, which caused many Irish to move to the US, perhaps including the Biden family.

    That is unlikely to happen again. More likely will this provide further impetus for Irish reunification and reconnecting to the food surpluses and wealth of the EU:

    GDP Ulster: €23,700 (nominal) / €21,800 (PPP)
    GDP Ireland: €61,700 (nominal) / €64,300 (PPP)

    (per capita)

    The only reason why Ulster is still in the UK is because of stupid medieval beliefs (Protestantism vs Catholicism, basically Santaclaus for adults). And of course because the Dutch army added Ulster to England a few centuries ago (Battle of the Boyne).

  7. Biden's hairplug on Wed, 13th Jan 2021 7:22 am 

    US military leaders won’t let their US tax farm fall apart without a fight:

    “US military chiefs condemn Capitol riot as ‘sedition’ & urge troops to ‘stay ready’ ahead of inauguration in rare political letter”

    The US military is a different matter altogether.

  8. Biden's hairplug on Wed, 13th Jan 2021 8:48 am 

    More proof that the US are on the verge of tyranny:

    “Conservative Commentator Says AIG Canceled His Insurance Over His Social Media Posts”

    You want to live in such a society, white man?

    Asking the question is answering it.

  9. FamousDrScanlon on Wed, 13th Jan 2021 10:37 am 

    Ales Jones’s hairplug

    Are you another Jones disciple who bought & ate Alex’s 4x overpriced supplements & had both your penis & brain shrunk? Sounds like it.

    Study: InfoWars Supplements Contain Lead

    Alex Jones warns of government conspiracies that he claims harm human fertility, but a study shows some of his products contain sperm-damaging lead.

    Relationship between lead exposure and mild cognitive impairment


    The present study showed that lead exposure among adults at levels previously considered safe, results in impairment of certain cognitive abilities.”

    Only ‘mild’, but when you’re already a low IQ basement dwelling MAGA-tard it’s enough to push you into a clinically retarded classification.

  10. FamousDrScanlon on Wed, 13th Jan 2021 10:39 am 

    Alex Jones’s Media Empire Is a Machine Built to Sell Snake-Oil Diet Supplements

    “When Alex Jones started broadcasting on the radio in the late 1990s, he followed the talk-radio playbook to a T. He built a large and devoted audience — in his case, of far-right conspiracy-theory believers — and began to sell radio advertising against them, and videos, books, and T-shirts to them. From there, he expanded: He established, began making and selling his own conspiracy-oriented documentary films, and then launched, a subscription-only streaming-video service that offered instant access to his films. By 2013, he had built a media empire: web, radio, subscription video, and DVD and T-shirt sales. At the time, Salon’s Alex Seitz-Wald estimated that Jones was pulling in as much as $10 million a year between subscriptions, web and radio advertising, and sales.

    But sometime later that year, his business model changed completely. Since late 2013, Jones has been pushing a collection of dietary supplements designed to prey on the paranoias and insecurities of his listeners:”

  11. FamousDrScanlon on Wed, 13th Jan 2021 11:07 am 

    Jake Angeli is currently taking big nigger cocks up his ass at shower time….and he likes it bigly.

  12. FamousDrScanlon on Wed, 13th Jan 2021 11:17 am 

    GOP = Rats Fleeing a Sinking Ship

  13. Biden's hairplug on Wed, 13th Jan 2021 12:43 pm 

    US industry promises to draw consequences of the BLM “protests”:

    “So will Apple mehr Schwarze in die Technologiebranche holen”

    (This is how Apple wants to bring in more blacks in the technology sector).

    We can’t wait for the next Apple product-line to be rolled out. They already have a name, the iPhoney.

    At Nokia, Huawei and Samsung they can’t believe their luck.

  14. FamousDrScanlon on Wed, 13th Jan 2021 12:47 pm 

    The corporate deep-state are currently running software to gather information & find connections.

    Did you hang out at or any other MAGA-tard white supremacist sites?

    That alone will have red flagged you. 2 red flags if you condoned or tried to incite (clog) political or racial terrorism.

    If you conversed with any of those Cosplay terrorists currently in jail or soon to be, then they will be looking at you.

    Much Of Our Government Digital Surveillance Is Outsourced To Private Companies

    “While Hollywood typically portrays government intelligence agencies as all-powerful entities exclusively relying on government lifers, the reality is that modern digital intelligence collection relies heavily on private companies.

    The datasets of greatest interest to intelligence agencies are no longer government-owned or produced. They are created and owned by private companies and must be purchased, hacked or legally compelled. Look closely at the Edward Snowden disclosures and a great deal of the NSA’s global monitoring intake originates within the data centers and telecommunications networks of the world’s private corporations.

    Once collected, the data must be analyzed. The bespoke analytic software environments used by intelligence agencies are almost exclusively built by contractors who increasingly lease that software via subscription, rather than transfer perpetual rights to the government. In order to fine tune that software, contractors are frequently given direct access to surveillance data collected by the government and other contractors to improve their algorithms or train new deep learning models.”

    My questions to all the deep-state conspiracist who insist the deep-state is exclusively left wing is this:

    Are all the share holders, upper management & workers of these surveillance state businesses & corporations all libtards?………….Tell yourself.

    If you want to ‘follow the money’ instead of listening to fuck heads like Screaming Alex Jones try this link – —

    Do your own research.

    Major GOP donors condemn lawmakers who incited Washington violence

    “A PAC run by the National Association of Manufacturers, traditionally a steady donor to GOP candidates that spent almost $8 million on lobbying last year, contributed $172,500 to Republican congressional candidates in the 2020 election cycle. On Wednesday, the trade group’s President and CEO Jay Timmons condemned the rioters, Trump and Republicans who “cheered on” the president’s efforts to subvert democracy. Timmons also called on lawmakers to remove Trump from office.”

    There is no left-right – that’s theatre for plebs.

    There is only the haves & have nots & the only war is the never ending class war which the haves, have convinced you does not exist & have got y’all fighting a largely manufactured culture war.

  15. Biden’s hairplug on Wed, 13th Jan 2021 2:04 pm 

    Commissar famousdrscammer announcing what the NKVD-2.0 intends to do and the resident kike loves it:

    Did you hang out at or any other MAGA-tard white supremacist sites?
    That alone will have red flagged you. 2 red flags if you condoned or tried to incite (clog) political or racial terrorism.
    If you conversed with any of those Cosplay terrorists currently in jail or soon to be, then they will be looking at you.

    US whitey can expect the Ukraine Holomodor treatment, in some form or another. It remains to be seen though if they will let that happen without resistance. And outside predators, far more numerous than ZOG, are carefully standing by to take advantage of the developing situation. Perhaps the deep state will prevail, but the empire will be toast.

    Don’t take it from me, take it from this Kike Supreme:

  16. Biden's hairplug on Thu, 14th Jan 2021 5:50 am 

    The End of the West latest:

    “Brexit news – live: German logistics giant suspends shipments, as ‘art collectors pull works out of UK’”

    Boris Johnson has been warned by British retail bosses that his Brexit trade deal is becoming “unworkable”, as firms continue to struggle with mountains of “impenetrable” red tape.

    There is not a snowball’s chance in hell that the EU is going to renegotiate “the deal”. Expect rapid deterioration of EU-UK relations, perhaps even in outright hostility. The US will be forced to provide food aid to the UK. Orwell’s Oceania is approaching for Anglosphere. If the Biden regime consolidates without a (white) revolt, Down Under will remain part of Oceania and not become Chinese after all.

    You can have the UK, Biden-America.
    I’m sure you will be able to ruin Britain as well, like you did to the US. US+UK = USSR-2.0 + GDR satellite

    Expect an independent Scotland and reunified Ireland to be reoccupied by ZOG-US-UK forces in a couple of years.

    Continental Europe under French leadership is isolating itself from Britain and preparing for the swap towards Russia.

    Brexit, the desire of the little British guy for 1) a British Britain and 2) continuation of Anglo-Zionist supremacy.

    They are going to be disappointed on both counts and end up under the kosher jackboot rather than the “German jackboot”.

    A fight over Nord Stream 2 and subsequent all-out trade-war, will bury the West once and for all.

    Bring it on.

  17. Biden's hairplug on Thu, 14th Jan 2021 6:37 am 

    Glenn Beck is Gulag material:

    “‘It’s nothing like what Nazis did’: Conservative host Glenn Beck gets roasted for saying Big Tech is setting up a ‘digital ghetto’”

    Glenn is right of course. “Das Internetz” didn’t exist during the Third Reich.

  18. FamousDrScanlon on Fri, 15th Jan 2021 2:40 am 

    Hey Fatboy STFU Already!

  19. Biden's hairplug on Fri, 15th Jan 2021 2:52 am 

    “TEXIT: Texas Lawmaker Wants Referendum on Secession on the Ballot”

    Btw: The picture of the Capitol Shaman deserves to be Time picture of 2021.

  20. Biden's hairplug on Fri, 15th Jan 2021 12:55 pm 

    In Poland, they know what freedom of speech is, much in contrast to the US:

    “Poland vows to stop social media tech giants censoring free speech in wake of Twitter’s Donald Trump ban”

    Poland escaped from tyranny, the US is sliding into it.

  21. FamousDrScanlon on Fri, 15th Jan 2021 3:57 pm 

    The picture of the Capitol Shaman IS being mass printed….with a shooting target circle superimposed over it.

    Hundreds of thousands have been given out to deep-state snipers & soldiers for target practice.

    I so hope the MAGA-tards get uppity again just for the entertainment value.

    I get it, but if anybody chooses to fight, don’t whine like a bitch over the wounded & dead afterwards. It’s unmanly you pussy Snowflakes.

    Consequences to everything.

    You say you want a revolution? What happened is no revolution. It was dump truck fire peasant revolt. I’ve seen Jackson Pollock paintings that looked more organized. There’s been untold thousands of peasant revolts throughout history & the overwhelming majority of the time they end badly for the peasants.

    Just a troop of enraged chimps.

    Conditions for a Successful Revolution

    Excerpt from Revolutions and Revolutionary Movements, James DeFronzo, Fourth Edition, 2011, Westview Press.

    The factors that can influence the development of revolutionary movements include the extent of inequality and impoverishment within a society’s population; degree to which the population is divided along ethnic lines; perception of corruption of governmental officials; level of armament and degree of loyalty of a government’s military forces; cultural traditions of violence or nonviolence as means of protesting perceived social injustice; physical size of a country and nature of its terrain, and proximity and level of involvement of other countries that either support or oppose the development and success of a revolutionary movement. But of all possible factors, five stand out as critical and if occurring simultaneously appear to come close to constituting necessary and sufficient conditions for the success of a revolutionary movement; according to the appraisals of leading academic scholars on the phenomenon of revolution. The order of development and relative importance of these elements differ from one revolution to another.

    1 Mass frustration resulting in local uprisings
    A large proportion of a society’s population becomes extremely discontented; which leads to mass-participation protests and rebellions against state authority. In technologically limited agricultural societies; the occurrence of rural (peasant) rebellion or at least rural support for revolution has often been essential.

    2 Dissident elites
    Elites (groups that have access to wealth or power of various types or are highly educated and possess important technical or managerial skills) pit some elite members against the existing government.

    3 Powerful unifying motivations
    The existence of powerful motivations for revolution that cut across major classes and unify the majority of a society’s population behind the goal of revolution.

    4 A severe crisis paralyzing state administrative & coercive powers
    A state crisis occurs in the nation experiencing or about to experience the development of a revolutionary movement. The crisis; which maybe caused by a catastrophic defeat in war, a natural disaster; an economic depression; or the withdrawal of critical economic or military support from other nations; or by any combination of these factors, may deplete the state of loyal personnel; legitimacy in the eyes of the public, and other resources. The state then becomes incapable of carrying out its normal functions and cannot cope effectively with an opposition revolutionary movement.

    5 A permissive or tolerant world context
    The governments of other nations do not intervene effectively to prevent a revolutionary movement from developing and succeeding in a given nation.

    Revolutions Podcast: An engaging collection of free audio programs describing in detail the events leading up to past revolutions.”

    You say you got a real solution

    Well, you know

    We’d all love to see the plan

  22. FamousDrScanlon on Fri, 15th Jan 2021 7:37 pm 

    It’s still just the flu bro.

    Coronavirus has now killed more than 2 million people worldwide: “A heart-wrenching milestone”

  23. FamousDrScanlon on Fri, 15th Jan 2021 7:40 pm 

    America is tuning out the coronavirus at the peak of its destruction

    It’s still just the flu bro.

    Denial double down. It’s textbook.

  24. Biden's hairplug on Sat, 16th Jan 2021 1:25 am 

    I hope somebody warned mr Biden, as we all know how close he is to China, not to mention his son!

    “More than 4,800 boxes of ice cream are found to be contaminated with Covid in China as authorities scramble to contact people who could be affected”

  25. Biden's hairplug on Sat, 16th Jan 2021 1:44 am 

    Great! Posts on previous pages are fundamentally unreachable. Clicking on “previous” leads to page 1 with only 2 posts visible, rather than 50.

    Admin what have you done?

    “Administration” in the Biden age. Nothing works, except for censoring.

  26. Biden's hairplug on Sat, 16th Jan 2021 2:15 am 

    “Conditions for a Successful Revolution”

    Right-wing revolutions only worked in Europe, most of all in Italy-1922, Germany-1933, Spain-1939. And Japan. For those to succeed, you need a RACE that believes in itself. That excludes Anglo “nations of immigrants” and even Britain.

    In the end it was all for naught, because of the presence of US, Soviet and British globalists and their 1945 victory, in reality a victory for their owners (with the USSR opting out afterwards).

    How different the situation is in 2021!

    Russia has joined the ranks of the right-wingers, nuclear armed to the teeth.

    China is racist through and through (don’t take it from me, I could be natzi. Go have a talk with Uighurs)… and is about to challenge US “hegemony” (which is good for European interests).

    In Europe, a milder form of right-wing ideology (“populism”) is gaining ground, while not challenging the EU framework, most of all in France and Italy. Eastern Europe will never be anything else but white nationalist. Britain and its Brexit was a leftist-populist revolt and fear of being trapped in a right-wing club. “Global Britain!” rather than “British Britain”, was the battle cry.

    Muslims will never be anything else but Islamic and also deeply anti-Anglo-Zionist.

    The US and sidekick UK have collected a nice number of enemies here, all lined up against them. The developments of the previous days have clearly shown that continental Europe is embarking on isolating Britain completely. EU-Companies not even bother to deliver goods to Britain as they drown in red tape:

    Scottish fish doesn’t make it in time to European markets and rots away. The EU shrugs and says that the UK needs to live with it. Basically a blockade under a different name. “You signed for it”.

    Rest assured that the EU, Russia and China have their shady backroom deals in place. No formal treaties, just a nod. Just like Roosevelt, Churchill and Stalin had their shady backroom deals in place by 1934.

    It is unlikely indeed that white America can motivate itself for an effective uprising…

    “You say you want a revolution? What happened is no revolution. It was dump truck fire peasant revolt. I’ve seen Jackson Pollock paintings that looked more organized. There’s been untold thousands of peasant revolts throughout history & the overwhelming majority of the time they end badly for the peasants.”

    Our resident heeb, famousdrscammer is right about his confidence that his deep state will keep the deplorables in check… in peace time, that is. And there is the catch… in peace time.

    What you can expect in the US is a sort of equivalent of the IRA, with hit-and-run tactics. Attacking power infrastructure and trains, for instance, but little more.

    The real opportunity for escape will come once the US will be embroiled in a major foreign war and the deep state needs to divide its resources internally and eternally. And that war isn’t very far off.

  27. Biden's hairplug on Sat, 16th Jan 2021 2:47 am 

    Technical bankrupt NRA, moving from NYC to TX

    “NRA Files For Bankruptcy, “Dumps” New York, Will Reincorporate In Texas”

    See it as secession-lite.

    Future North-American freedom and constitutionalism depends on taking territorial losses now.

    And let’s be frank, losing NYC is like losing a big turd that has been stuck in your intestines for 4 days, turning into a brick.

  28. Biden's hairplug on Sat, 16th Jan 2021 4:20 am 

    According to the WaPo, the Washington police knew days in advance of a possible storming of the Capitol, but did nothing. Who stopped the police?

    Motto: never waste a good crisis.

    Likewise, in 1933, the nationalists used the communist-laid fire in the Reichstag, to push for right-wing political “reforms”.

    In the US, the left has the upper hand, so the roles are reversed. White Americans are morally weaker than Germans. Don’t take it from me, ask FamousDrScammer for confirmation.


  29. CloggieClown Reports on Sat, 16th Jan 2021 6:49 am 

    “Conditions for a Successful Revolution”


    Cloggie’s masturbatory dreams are oh so tiresome.

  30. Biden's hairplug on Sat, 16th Jan 2021 7:11 am 

    They are “mostly tiresome” because apneamen=famousdr has nothing to say against them.

  31. Biden's hairplug on Sat, 16th Jan 2021 7:19 am 

    More good news: Armin Laschet has been elected as successor of Angela Merkel.

    Laschet has warned against Putin-demonization and has critisized US involvment in Syria. Also, he wants deeper ties with China. And he is a passionate pro-European and Macron-admirer.

    “You May Miss Merkel More Than You Think”

    Expect foreign policy in Europe to be made by Macron, in a Gaullist fashion.

    And then there is the EU under Ursula von der Leyen, who openly says she wants the EU to have more geopolitical weight (read: less order-taking from the US).

    “Von der Leyen vows a green, digital, geopolitical EU in Davos”

    Macron is a European Putin.

    The completion of Nord Stream 2 is going to be the first test. If necessary, Europe should be ready for an all-out trade war if the US tries to sabotage the essential pipe-line. But Biden is more likely to back-down than Trump, or at least seek compromise.

  32. Biden's hairplug on Sat, 16th Jan 2021 8:06 am 

    Is Trump preparing for martial law?

    “Trump ‘shut down talks with Mike Lindell within minutes’ after the MyPillow CEO was seen at White House brandishing notes about ‘martial law’ and Insurrection Act”

  33. FamousDrScanlon on Sat, 16th Jan 2021 10:26 am 

    There is No Purpose

    “Most people fabricate a purpose because it allows them to be constantly involved in activity so that they avoid sinking down into themselves to see what’s there and all the horrors that might exist there. Before I get into this whole thing about purpose, I need to talk about the nature of the universe, God, or nature, because we don’t know what these things are.”

  34. Cloggie on Sat, 16th Jan 2021 12:12 pm 

    Tim Berners-Lee proposes a new architecture for the internet, away from large corporations practicing data mining, having files of hundreds of pages or more about you, towards everybody a private data store (“pods”), with the possibility to allow corporations selective access to your data, on request.

    Should be taken seriously:

    Good man.

  35. Biden's hairplug on Sun, 17th Jan 2021 7:40 am 

    Trump didn’t incite anything:

    “The Lynch Mob Comes for Citizen Trump”

    The Capitol break-in happened BEFORE Trump had begun his speech and was completed before the end of Trump’s speech. He couldn’t have incited it, not even if he had wanted to.

    But this is not about reason or facts, this is about a leftist mob that is determined to subjugate the American right once and for all.

  36. joe on Wed, 27th Jan 2021 3:50 pm 

    Hired (L)ive (A)ction (R)ole (P)layers.
    These guys were lined up ready to go 20mins before Trump was finished speaking. Half of those charged have antifa/Dem links. Its a joke.
    Allot of shit going down. EUSSR collapse round the corner, financial collapse, reset, Chinas not gonna take it lying down nor is Iran. Trump is the onlyrics POTUS not to start a new war. Think Zhou Bi Den isn’t gonna undo that policy too?

  37. joe on Wed, 27th Jan 2021 3:54 pm 

    How bout just making cookies illegal and banning all history retention? That’s much better even still?
    Fuck TBA, he’s a front for the elites. That guy allegedly invented html all by himself? Sure. Pull the other one. Just like ZUKERBOIG invented fakebook.

  38. ZHOU BI DEN (joe) on Wed, 27th Jan 2021 4:06 pm 

    apneaman on Tue, 12th Jan 2021 7:06 am

    Seriously man, you think the military is gonna let China Joe and niece f00ker Hunter run the show? Has anyone enacted a single executive ‘action’ yet. Oh, right girls have to shower with perverts. I guess you like that one then?
    If Biden was real then the wall would be gone, or he would have used Marine one to go at least to get a new pack of face masks by now…..

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