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    US Color Revolution: The Not So Phantom Menace

    US Color Revolution: The Not So Phantom Menace

    Wed, 11/11/2020 - 23:40
    Authored by Tom Luongo via Gold, Goats, 'n Guns blog,

    “There is no civility, there is only politics…

    The Bureaucrats are in charge now…”
    - Senator Palpatine
    The Black Revolution in the U.S. is proceeding according to script. We are into the 3rd act of it.

    Act I was the Coronapocalypse setting the stage for vastly expanded government powers and the systemic undermining of the sitting President.

    Act II was the summer of violence and fake polling data which created the illusion of a society at war with that same President for not addressing the needs of the people.
    Underneath the headlines the forces arrayed against Trump were building the infrastructure to ensure that however the people voted on November 3rd, the outcome was pre-determined in their favor against him.

    Act III is the election itself and the aftermath. The coup has begun. The pressure campaign to force the incumbent Trump, hated by the establishment, to concede has ratcheted up to eleven.

    This is all very normal for color revolutions, just ask Alexander Lukashenko in Belarus or Viktor Yanukovich formerly of the Ukraine. We can’t ask Slobodon Milosovic. He dead.
    But the one thing happened they didn’t count on, Trump actually winning the election by margins in swing states that couldn’t be overcome without overt and blatant fraud.

    That’s created the opportunity for a complete reversal of the current results and a successful countering of the color revolution strategy, which rests on a media-made frenzy supported by foreign government leaders to oust the sitting president from power quickly without proper adherence to the process.
    And that feeds the plot points for the next eight weeks until Congress convenes to certify (or not) the Electoral College.
    President Trump refuses to concede the election, and rightly so. There are multiple paths to not only victory for him but also exposing the deep corruption of the election process and the people who control it.
    Lukashenko survived the color revolution in Belarus because the attempt there was ham-fisted. It lacked the ingredients necessary to pull it off - identitarian division within the people and ‘corporate’ sponsorship.
    The conditions weren’t ripe for that kind of result. All he had to do was offer reforms once the energy died down and make peace with Russia and he would survive.
    Ousting him from power may not have been the primary goal, but achieving the secondary goal of severing EU and US ties to it and forcing Russia to devote resources to Belarus is almost as important.
    So, if Trump wants to lead the nation he has to show it by fighting tooth and claw, just like Lukashenko did. And that means organizing support for him across the country. This is why he is incredibly smart to organize rallies. According to Axios:
    President Trump plans to brandish obituaries of people who supposedly voted but are dead — plus hold campaign-style rallies — in an effort to prolong his fight against apparent insurmountable election results, four Trump advisers told me during a conference call this afternoon.
    “Insurmountable election results??” Really? A few thousand votes separates Trump from outright sweeping all the battleground states whose vote totals are very sketchy and this is ‘insurmountable?’
    This is what I mean by the pressure campaign having gone plaid. There is no responsible journalism left within the major media outlets.
    Only those who were forced out on principle or corruption have the ability to speak their mind now.

    Megyn Kelly

    Martina, the vitriol went well beyond Trump-some 70m ppl have been called vile, bigots, racists & xenophobes & are now being threatened w/being put on target “lists” as punishment for supporting him. They’ve been demonized by the very ppl now sanctimoniously demanding “civility.”

    Martina Navratilova

    Replying to @megynkelly
    trump is a racist and a misogynist. Surely that is enough- pointing out facts are not demonization….

    6:02 PM · Nov 8, 2020
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    Never in a million years would I look to Megyn Kelly for the voice of rationality. But it looks like being excommunicated from the inner circle does wonders for one’s ability to tell the truth.
    The division today was cynically stoked and nurtured for this current operation to effect this exact result. The bigger point Megyn doesn’t articulate is that this division is exactly the kind of ‘secondary goal’ desired if Trump prevails in the courts or through the Electoral College.
    Regardless of the outcome that division cuts deep enough to ensure an America permanently weakened, ripe for a complete remaking into a hellish place. There is a full-court press on right now across the world to attack sovereignty of important states whose populations are dissident to The Davos Crowd’s Great Reset — notably the U.K., the U.S., Poland and Russia.
    Trump’s fight is their fight. His supporters and sovereigntists of all stripes are to be ritualistically humiliated by every headline, every utterance, every Tweet and every newscast between now and when the State Legislatures meet to select slates of Electors in December.
    The media will never concede they were wrong, will never report on anything fairly. They are in on the grift. Looking for them to admit anything is a waste of energy and time. Simply turn them off and become #Ungovernable.
    This is a psychological war now, designed to rob you of your reason and sap your willingness to fight by creating an overwhelming picture of Trump as the bad guy, Quixotically clinging to power we’re being told he’s already lost.
    But Megyn Kelly is right in telling people that there will be no reconciliation without acceptance. And since, at its core, leftism is a religion without the ability to forgive, since it is vehemently anti-Christian, there will be no acceptance back into the fold, including for her.
    It will be marginalization, retribution and continued vitriol of all Trump supporters and anyone not down with being reset into the grand vision of the New Soviet Green Man.
    They haven’t even secured the presidency yet and BLM/Antifa are already turning on white Biden supporters who are urging peace.

    TROLL HUNTER AKA Katie Hopkins.

    Tommy Robinson News, Nov 9Biden voter: "Here's my Biden sign, be peaceful"BLM: "nobody cares about your white ass opinion...asking us to be peaceful is white supremacy"Be careful what you wish for springs to mind.

    9:47 AM · Nov 9, 2020
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    Nothing shields you from the mob once the mob gets going. I hope this person’s conscience is clean that he did his part to stop Orange Man Bad because once this is over, that’s all he’ll have left.
    Klaus Schwab told you this. You’ll Own Nothing and be Happy.
    Or else.
    The choice was struggle sessions or Trump rallies. I told you months ago you would be faced with the Hobson’s Choice of accepting their dystopic future or having your house burned down.
    Millions chose poorly last week and they will have massive buyer’s remorse as the plans are rolled out and they are sacrificed.
    Don’t believe me? Ask Ukrainians if they are better off six years after their color revolution or not? That one was successful.
    Act III of a color revolution is the most dangerous. It is the one where chaos can reign for months and the balance tipped by the slimmest of margins. But in the end it always comes down to the willingness of the people to decide their future.
    Because taking down the U.S. is such a monumental undertaking they had to create a problem global in scale, COVID-19.
    The U.S. has everything against it in this situation. The oligarchy and its quislings are firmly in command of the narrative. There are real, deep divisions to keep people fighting each other while the oligarchs proceed with their plans.
    Trump is trying to marshal a counter-revolution on the ground and in the courts. The evidence will be presented. Apparatchiks will ignore their orders. Protests will miraculously spring up in all the right places.
    The media will misrepresent everything.
    It will be up to us to decide which way the State Legislatures decide whose electors go to Washington D.C. next month by putting real pressure on them to act on their conscience and the evidence. That’s the law.
    But the menace of it is real and it won’t go away regardless of the outcome of the election. It no longer lurks in the shadows. It slouches towards Washington waiting to be reborn.

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    The Empire Strikes Back, But MAGA Will Strike Harder

    Never bet against Donald Trump or his supporters.

    By Roger Kimball
    November 14, 2020

    I’ve written many times that I thought Donald Trump would win the 2020 election. The question always was whether he would win it beyond the margin of fraud and litigation.
    Did he? It’s touch and go. Television networks and even some foreign heads of state tell us Joe Biden won the election. The electors have yet to be appointed and meet to vote. Still, the forces arrayed against Trump are formidable. It’s not just, as Joe Biden bragged, that the Democrats had put together “the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics.” That does appear to have been the case.
    But if Donald Trump loses, it won’t only be because of that “extensive and inclusive” organization. Perhaps more important is the ambient jelly in which that organization has operated. I mean the eructations of the swamp, or to give it a more cinematic name, “The Empire.”
    Children in the United States are (or at least they used to be) told that in America, anyone can become president.
    Of course, that has never really been true. At any given time, there are plenty of people who, for various reasons, could never become president. But the pleasing story did name a sort of half-truth that was also an ideal, an ideal that revolved around the effort to maintain a society that rewarded talent, ambition, and hard work more than it valued wealth, connections, or pedigree.
    Donald Trump put that ideal to the test. The test failed.
    Trump was the first candidate since Andrew Jackson really to challenge the dominant narrative. Trump was rich, which is a plus for candidates these days. But he came not just from the wrong sort of family, but also from the wrong consensus, the wrong universe of opinion and sentiment.
    It was not so much his particular policies that were at issue. It was rather what he himself represented. Some people have banged on and on about Trump’s “character,” which they said was a bad character. But I do not believe that his character was ever really the issue. The issue was that he represented an existential threat to the governing consensus.
    This consensus is not fundamentally Democratic or Republican. It is not really even left-wing or conservative. John Fonte came close to identifying it with his phrase “transnational progressivism.” The “transnational” part was just as important as the “progressive” element, not least because the definition of “progressive” is always a mutable and hungry thing. Yesterday’s progressive ideas routinely become tomorrow’s reactionary throwbacks because the critical thing is not specific policies but specific attitudes.
    To an extent not widely appreciated, politics drowns more and more in the imperatives of fashion. From the beginning, it was regularly pointed out that Trump’s cardinal sin was a matter of aesthetics, not substance.
    I think that is right. And it helps explain why so successful a president—has anyone in history had a more successful first term than Donald Trump?—could still be so cordially hated by the credentialed elite, both in this country and abroad.
    That elite has “gone beyond” such parochial affections as patriotism, national identity, and religious affiliation. To a large extent it has even “gone beyond” or at least redefined family. Donald Trump was a walking rebuke to every finer feeling with which they congratulated and fanned themselves. For four years, they stood together as one to emit a primal scream of repudiation. Nothing worked. Not the Russia collusion delusion, not the preposterous Ukrainian impeachment follies, not the dark talk about invoking the 25th Amendment, nothing.
    Now, finally, their concerted assault against a U.S. presidential election may have done the trick. But there are three things to note.
    First, the Empire really did strike back against Trump, deploying its “fully armed and operational battle station” of voter fraud against the president and the people who supported him.
    But, second, no matter what happens with the presidential election itself, the result of its assault was not at all what was expected. No planets were vaporized. There was no “blue wave” redefining the national mood or direction. There was barely even a blue trickle.
    In the run-up to the elections, Democrats were predicting a landslide for Biden. As of this writing, he is barely ahead—it’s a matter of a fraction of a percentage point—in most of the battleground states. Instead of making gains in the House, the Democrats lost at least 10 and maybe as many as 13 seats. And instead of flipping the Senate, the Republicans are very likely to wind up staying in control with 52 seats.
    Some 73 million people voted for Donald Trump. They are not retreating in silence to their caves. They are galvanized with the MAGA spirit that Trump inculcated in the country and, except for a handful of soy boys, in the Republican Party. As I write, thousands upon thousands of people are descending upon Washington D.C. for a “million MAGA march.” There is the “Women for Trump” contingent, the “Stop the Steal” contingent, and more. These are the people who are fleeing Fox News, Twitter, Facebook, not to mention CNN, The New York Times, and the entire woke establishment to create a counterforce—a rebellion against—the Empire.
    The narrative is a powerful thing. The consensus everywhere in polite society is that Biden won, Trump lost, and the globalist, anti-populist dispensation is poised to flood back into control. I think the people who believe that are about to be sorely disappointed, no matter what happens with the presidential vote tally.
    And about that (and this is my third point), I suspect that Donald Trump may have the last laugh. Interviewed Friday by Byron York, the president outlined various scenarios by which he could overturn expectations and win the election. Maybe he is simply acting like the Spartans at Thermopylae: fighting bravely against impossible odds because it is the honorable thing to do. Maybe he sincerely believes he can win. Many people have bet against Donald Trump over the years. Most came to regret it.
    He ended his interview with a sober piece of advice acknowledging this fact: “Never bet against me.”

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