Biden’s America

The Democratic Party is really two parties, split over the questions of private property and profit. This split goes all the way back to Giovanni Gentile, who saw the rise of the Gulag System in Lenin’s Soviet Union, and who realized that without a profit incentive (and private property rights), there was no incentive for anyone to produce anything, forcing Lenin to create a system of quotas in which those who did not produce sufficiently were brutally punished.

Gentile’s system maintained communism’s total control over every aspect of the human condition (particularly the economy), but it preserved private property and profit (under strict state control), to act as an incentive system, such that gulags would not be necessary.

Giovanni Gentile called this system a ‘third way’ between communism and capitalism, and termed it ‘fascism.’

Today’s Democrats are a mix of communists and fascists, and just as in the Weimar Republic, the fascists hated the communists on the grounds that gulags suck, while the communists hated the fascists on the grounds that allowing private property and profit to exist makes them ideological sellouts.

Both groups hate free people and free markets, on the grounds that a people left free will find ways to oppress one another. Freedom and liberty being the cause of oppression, in their minds, they both want to oppress everyone, such that the ‘moral and intellectual elite’ can create equity.

Throw in climate alarmism, and both groups believe that if anyone has so much as a crumb more than the bare minimum needed for survival, all life on the planet will end. You can imagine what the communists think of profit and private property when they believe that profit and private property are as damaging as a nuclear war.

As such, the Democratic Party of today is comprised of two groups who wholly hate each other almost as much as they hate Republicans.

The Republican Party has also changed, as it now holds anyone who believes on any vestige of a free market, which includes anyone who would have been a Democrat twenty or thirty years ago, though many of them have not yet figured that out.

Now that we have a new President, I’ve been asked by a number of people what I think the incoming administration means for our country.

The attempted insurrection that occurred on January 6 has been universally condemned by both parties, and by former President Trump. Regardless of that, it has also been widely used by Democrats, and by the media, as ‘proof’ that all Republicans (with the possible exception of the ‘Never Trump’ ones) are violent, radical extremists, and white supremacists.

The day before Joe Biden’s inauguration, the LA Times ran an article (note that the LA Times is still considered a ‘news’ source by people living on the West Coast), claiming that all Christians in America are white supremacists, and that Christianity itself is white supremacy. The media is also beginning to use the phrase ‘Multiracial White Supremacy’ to indicate that anyone who does not subscribe to what the media decides is the ‘correct’ political orthodoxy, is a white supremacist, even if they are not white. Against this backdrop, prominent Democrats and media personalities (including Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez) are calling for the creation of ‘deprogramming centers’ to ‘deprogram Trump supporters’. There have, in fact, been many voices in the mainstream media, claiming that anyone who voted for Trump is, by definition, a ‘white supremacist,’ including the relatively high numbers of Hispanic and African American voters who voted for Trump.

Against this backdrop, allow me to quote from Joe Biden’s inauguration address:

A cry for racial justice some 400 years in the making moves us. The dream of justice for all will be deferred no longer.

A cry for survival comes from the planet itself. A cry that can’t be any more desperate or any more clear.

And now, a rise in political extremism, white supremacy, domestic terrorism that we must confront and we will defeat.

To overcome these challenges – to restore the soul and to secure the future of America – requires more than words.

In that part of the speech, Joe Biden is declaring that America has not had racial justice, nor progress toward it, in 400 years. 400 years ago was 1621. Joe Biden was obviously rounding – his claim that we have not had racial justice in 400 years is setting the founding of our country at 1619, acknowledging the 1619 Project, which claims that the very fabric of American society, from it’s founding values to it’s most basic structures, are all based on, built on, and perpetuating white supremacy. In other words, we have to radically alter every institution and framework of the nation into something out nation was never designed to be. Whether that will be communism or fascism has yet to be seen, and ANTIFA began rioting against Joe Biden yesterday, during his inauguration in the hopes of making it communism. Many people seem surprised by this, but understand that Joe Biden endorsed Elizabeth Warren’s Accountable Capitalism Act, which is fascism.

ANTIFA hates Biden.

In the next sentence, Joe Biden alludes to the preposterous notion that if we do not ‘solve’ the ‘climate crisis’ within the next ‘two years,’ we are ‘all going to die’ (note that the ‘two years’ and ‘are all going to die’ comes from Bernie Sanders).

We are not all going to die from a climate crisis, but we are, I think, going to flush our economy down the toilet in order to create the appearance of avoiding a climate crisis, and Joe Biden has already signed executive orders that will begin raising the cost of electricity and natural gas. I don’t think Joe Biden wants to go so far as to make sure no American has so much as a crumb more than they need to survive, but understand that Joe Biden is going to use a radical rise in energy costs to reduce the standard of living of the American people. This will be done alongside inflation – an inflation that the Federal Government will do everything it can to prevent hitting labor. Everything is going to cost a lot more, but your salary is not going to grow to compensate (if the Democrats can help it anyway).

The next two sentences are the big ones. One day after the LA Times says that being a Christian is no different than being in the KKK, Joe Biden declares war against political extremism, domestic terrorism, and white supremacy. Now, if we take that on its own, it does not sound that bad. We can all agree that political extremism, domestic terrorism, and white supremacy are bad things. What we can not seem to agree on anymore is what the definitions of the terms ‘political extremism,’ ‘domestic terrorism,’ and ‘white supremacy’ are. Many on the left are absolutely gleeful about the possibility of defining anything to the right of Joe Biden as ‘political extremism,’ defining any kind of protest coming from the political right as ‘domestic terrorism,’ and defining any disagreement with a radical left wing orthodoxy as ‘white supremacy,’ and when Joe Biden begins this part of the speech by acknowledging the 1619 Project, I have to think Joe Biden could be one of those people.

The first thing we can expect the Democrats to do is to consolidate their power by making the illegal election changes states made for Covid-19 permanent. Whether or not massive fraud occurred in the 2020 election, understand that once a mail-in ballot is removed from it’s inner envelope, there is no way to tie it back to the sender. As such, if a particular precinct had 700,000 mail-in ballots and only 400,000 inner envelopes (which would prove that at least 300,000 ballots were fraudulent), there would be no way to determine which 300,000 ballots to throw out, and as our court system made clear in this past election, unless you can show which specific ballots you are taking exception to, the courts will not even hear your case.

Our election system is now designed to institutionalize fraud. We no longer use Democratic processes to choose our leaders.

Big Tech has been telling us for years that they can censor as they wish, and that if we do not like it we can build our own platforms, but when Parler began to take lots of users from Twitter, Apple and Google took it off their app stores, and Amazon (which hosted it on their cloud) took it down. The truth is that the mainstream media is in cahoots with the DNC and big tech to ensure that Conservative voices cannot be heard. The CEO of Twitter went so far as to say that Twitter will vigorously censor any voice that goes against mainstream news sources.

The Democrats think we are becoming a one party system, but as soon as the Democrats are convinced that free market thinking is dead, the inherent split between the Fascists and Communists on the left will explode, and in the meantime, we free market types are not going to go down without a fight.

Against this backdrop, Joe Biden calls for unity. He actually used the word nine times. He used it eight times in the first half of the speech, and then went on a policy rant for the rest of the speech before using the word ‘unity’ again toward the end.

Biden used the word ‘hallowed’ at one point in his speech, but his words were more hollow than hallowed, for he spoke of ‘unity,’ but under an un-American banner of racism and decline. He said he would ‘defend the Constitution’ and ‘preserve liberty,’ but he also said we are a nation of ‘systemic racism’ with a ‘climate crisis’ that he called ‘desperate.’

Joe Biden used the word ‘unity,’ but he also attacked what he called ‘political extremism,’ and though he says “we must reject a culture in which facts themselves are manipulated and even manufactured,” he also uses a tremendous number of manufactured and manipulated facts. Our mainstream media is on his side, so his fake facts don’t get called out, but no rational person can reference the 1619 Project, and then claim to believe in legitimate facts.

Biden mentioned Covid-19 several times. Joe Biden, of course, ran on a platform of Covid-19. When Donald Trump said we’d have a vaccine before the end of the year, Joe Biden said, “Come on, man!” We were told it takes five years to make a vaccine, and that Donald Trump’s call to have one within a year was dangerous, divisive, and wrong. Joe Biden actually took the vaccine before the end of that year, and then criticized the roll-out of the vaccine, four years before a Biden Presidency would have had one available.

Biden attacked Trump for the PPE shortage we saw at the beginning of the crisis. There was no mention of Ford making respirators out of F-150 parts, or of 3M going from making zero masks in the country to making millions a month, virtually overnight.

One thing Trump understood that Biden does not is how, exactly, America works. Trump did not make the vaccine, or restore access to PPE. What Trump DID do was to take the FDA, which is an agency that throws red tape at solutions, and flip it around. Rather than remaining an agency that got in the way and slowed solutions down, Trump made the FDA expedite everything, not so that the FDA could provide a solution, but so that American ingenuity could be unleashed.

Ronald Reagan once said the nine scariest words in the English language are, “I’m from the government and I’m here to help.” What Reagan knew is that our government is corrupt beyond redemption, and inefficient beyond belief.

The election Joe Biden just ‘won’ was illegal. My own state violated three state election laws (it is illegal in Michigan to send unsolicited absentee ballot applications, to accept absentee ballot applications without a signature, and to have non post-office drop of boxes for mail-in ballots), and one federal law (it is illegal to make election changes outside a state legislature). These changes were done to benefit one party over another – they were done to make the results of the election a foregone conclusion.

Covid-19 was weaponized as an election issue. The DNC, our mass media, and big tech all worked in lock-step to predetermine the results of the election. Google alone claims to have been able to move 15 million voters to Joe Biden, through manipulative search results.

And now Joe Biden is declaring a war on political dissent.

I’m just going to come out and saw what so very many people are thinking. The problem our country faces, in terms of divisiveness and extremism, is not caused by violent extremists. We do have violent extremists, but they are a symptom and not a root-cause. The root problem is that our government is so corrupt, and so bloated beyond any Constitutional limits, as to be grossly illegitimate. My advice to Joe Biden is simple: if you wish to see the American people stop trying to overthrow the government, it would be helpful if your Democratic party stopped giving justification for doing so.

If Donald Trump did anything, it was to expose the corruption that has become part and parcel of the Federal Government. The vitriol against Trump was so constant, and so over the top, that it would have been comical had it not also been effective. Trump is a flawed person, as we all are, but his desire to restore the foundations upon which this nation was built, removing the barriers to success the government keeps throwing against us – that was pure. Trump saw himself as someone who was profoundly successful in America, and what he wanted more than anything else was to restore and protect the free market system that allowed him to achieve that success.

What Biden offers is government control over everything. Biden has promised to ‘end the era of shareholder capitalism,’ and he (or at least those around him) aim to keep that promise.

Mark my words: Joe Biden does not mark the beginning of a better America. He marks the end of it. But the fight is not over. If we are wise, and if we are willing, we can hold fast through the next two years, and then retake the House and Senate. In four years we can retake the White House.

Joe Biden wants unity. Let us unite against him.

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