The all-out worshiping of John McCain by the establishment after McCain’s death illustrated very well yet again how the two-party monopoly is on all important issues a “unitary” system, and perhaps even more importantly, one built on lies. McCain was one of the most intensely disliked politicians of the past 50 years by patriots and Nationalists, but of course patriots and Nationalists are in minute supply in the establishment. In vivid contrast to the flowing eulogies given by Republican and Democrat swamp creatures, the alternative media had no shortage of “anti-eulogies.” The Intelligence Report need not quote from those – after all McCain’s record of treachery and corruption is a mile long and has been reprinted in The Nationalist Times more than once. Instead, here are some excerpts that are actually quite encouraging to those opposed to the Permanent Regime by Robert Gore of straightlinelogic.com: “Novelists can align their stories with whatever deeper truth they’re trying to convey. Real life is seldom so neat, but the death of John McCain can neither be separated from nor understood without appreciating its symbolic elements. The mourning functionaries and hagiographic media that laid McCain to rest symbolically buried, without realizing it, the philosophy he so epitomized. Send not to know for whom the bell tolled, it tolled for what they so fervently believe. John McCain venerated the state, of which he was a product. His grandfather and father were admirals in the Navy. He was a graduate of the Naval Academy and spent his entire career working for the government. His philosophy was consistent: there are no constraints on the state. As was his ambition: the accretion of state and personal power. Championing government both at home and abroad, he achieved bipartisan splendor. He never met a U.S. war, actual or prospective, he didn’t love. . . McCain couldn’t have achieved the prominence he did if millions of American hadn’t shared his beliefs. An invariably wrong anti-prophet greatly honored in his own country, his vision is being challenged and undermined not at home but in foreign lands, many of which have suffered the depredations of McCain and his ilk’s ‘muscular’ foreign policy. If McCain the warrior had been anything more than unobservant, arrogant, and stupid, he might have noticed that non-stop bombing and unrestricted warfare were not ‘winning hearts and minds’ in Vietnam. That slogan was only PR anyway, the military and political goal was always dominance and subjugation. Whatever the benefits of a successful hearts and minds campaign might have been, mostly unnoticed were the devastating consequences to the U.S. of losing those heart and minds. . . Now U.S. dominance is under attack. Russia and China press ahead with their consolidation of Eurasia and the erection of a multi-polar order. They have both developed weapons for which the U.S. has no defense, unless such defenses are a well-kept secret. Even satraps, puppets, and vassals are questioning their allegiance to the U.S. government, its military, and its dollar. The U.S. national debt asks no questions, but tells no lies. . . Now they’ve laid John’s body down, by the sad old men and women who run this town. Their sadness was feigned. One of the treasures exchanged for power is the capacity for honest and wholesome emotion. It’s all unbounded ambition, bloodless calculation, and reflexive insincerity. The ‘sad’ is from the perspective of the wise and ethical. Many of the ‘mourners’ are so warped, so corrupt, and so beyond redemption that they evoke profound despair among those who see them for what they are. The ‘old’ is real. The powers that be look and talk old. Their philosophy is ancient, tottering like Hillary Clinton falling into her van. For centuries, beneath the religious and patriotic dross, might wielded by central authority has made right. That philosophy and its adherents won’t go without an epic tantrum befitting the late McCain, but forces of decentralization beyond their control have been unleashed. The order they worship is Rome’s unaffordable, unmaintainable subjugation of its empire, undone by barbarians outside the gates and corruption within. The future belongs to chaos as the unsustainable old order collapses. Someday an entirely different order and ethic, based on decentralized liberty, may prevail…somewhere. This weekend John McCain has been laid to rest. Not, unfortunately, what he represents…but that will follow soon enough.” . . . . . . . . . . . . . While most of the opposition to the Hollow Empire comes from abroad, as mentioned in the quote above, there are many millions of Americans – Donald Trump’s “deplorables” – who are awake to varying degrees and who don’t buy the regime’s lies as easily as before, though admittedly there’s still a very large chunk of Middle Americans who do. When it comes to Russia and the hysterical fairy tales spewed every day non-stop by the deep state-dominated corporate media, Trump’s base has pretty much tuned out the ongoing witch hunt upon which the swamp has placed so much hope. A new Gallup Poll finds this: “In an era of increasingly tense U.S.-Russian relations marked by allegations of Russian meddling in U.S. elections, Americans believe it is more important to try to continue efforts to improve relations between the countries (58%), rather than taking strong diplomatic and economic steps against Russia (36%).” This in spite of, as Justin Raimondo of antiwar.com puts it: “Has there ever been a country so vilified as Russia, a leader so demonized as Vladimir Putin? It makes me dizzy just to think of all the crimes that have been laid at that particular doorstep. I could spend the rest of this column simply listing them, from the deaths of numerous Russian journalists to the extinction of Hillary Clinton’s presidential ambitions – that and so much more! The omnipotent Russian President has apparently poisoned so many Russian expatriates in Britain that the streets are awash in polonium, novichok, and god knows what else. Why, it only took a few thousand bucks spent on some Facebook ads that practically no one saw to steal the presidential election from the rightful winner. Vlad the Bad is the all-powerful villain at the center of so many sinister conspiracies that it’s hard to keep track of them.” . . . . . . . . . . . . . The increase of public doubt and cynicism is essential if the communist/zionist/corporate regime is to be replaced by a pro-American government. The psychopaths and pompous buffoons who run the U.S. and the world as their private property need to be ceaselessly mocked until the curtain finally is pulled back and reveals them as the Wizard of Oz wannabes they are. A roadblock that must be overcome is getting Fox News’ devoted following to understand that Fox News is merely Globalism Lite, much as the great bulk of the Republican Party is the RINO loyal opposition to the Democrats and radical left. As independent investigative journalist S. T. Patrick, whose work often appears in American Free Press, observes: “One of the largest hurdles still faced by the consuming public is the idea of partisanship in news. Much of the public distrust in national news outlets has to do with a perceived partisan bias held by the media outlet. A Fox News diehard has serious reservations about CNN, MSNBC, and The Washington Post. A nightly CBS News viewer distrusts Fox News, National Review, and The Weekly Standard. In holding either view, the consumer fails to understand that on large, overarching issues, all major media in America functions of one accord. They are pro-war; they favor the financial and media elite; they unflinchingly trust government spokesmen, retired military officers and establishment historians; and they always favor Big Pharma, Big Agriculture, Big Education, Big Finance, and the biggest lies in the history profession. On these issues, Fox News and MSNBC agree. Therefore, how can one be trusted and the other reviled?” . . . . . . . . . . Of course, Fox has a few outliers from whom one can learn bits and pieces of truth, though never the Big Picture itself. The best current Fox host by a considerable margin is Tucker Carlson, who specializes in puncturing the balloons of the left by allowing guests just enough rhetorical rope to hang themselves as he moves in for the kill. This of course has resulted in Carlson being called a “racist” and the rest of the tired old epithets although he obviously can’t be a “racist” on network television; he’s more of a civic nationalist with some libertarian leanings.
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