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Title: Jan. 6 Show Trial Reaches North Korean Levels of Lying—But I’d Still Prefer Trumpism Without Trump
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URL Source: https://www.unz.com/jderbyshire/jan ... prefer-trumpism-without-trump/
Published: Jun 11, 2022
Author: John Derbyshire
Post Date: 2022-06-11 16:03:36 by Ada
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Views: 58
Comments: 8

[Excerpted from the latest Radio Derb, now available exclusively through VDARE.com]

See also: CAPITOL “INSURRECTION” HOAX: How Our Lying Press Would Have Spun Jan 6 Protest If Trump Were A Democrat [VIDEO]

Top of the news today, at any rate in the Regime Media, is the first of the six (6) congressional hearings we’ve been promised on last year’s Capitol Hill protests against the 2020 election.

The chairman of this event is some congresscritter named Bennie Thompson, of whom I had never heard until yesterday. Representative Thompson is black, as he was at pains to make clear for those people watching who may have failed to notice the fact. Edited quote:

Thanks to everyone watching tonight for sharing part of your evening, to learn about the facts and causes of the events leading up to and including the violent attack on January 6th, 2021 … on our democracy, electoral system, and country.

I am Bennie Thompson, Chairman of the January 6th, 2021 Committee. I was born, raised and still live in Bolton, Mississippi, a town with a population of 521, which is midway between Jackson and Vicksburg, MS, and the Mississippi River.

I am from a part of the country where people justified the actions of slavery, the Ku Klux Klan and lynching. I’m reminded of that dark history as I hear voices today try and justify the actions of the insurrectionists on January 6th, 2021[Read the full text of chair Bennie Thompson’s remarks in first Jan. 6 hearing, NBC, June 9, 2022].

Ah, the romance of American blackness! Thirty seconds into the committee hearings and we’re already deep into black narcissism. I didn’t stick around for the obligatory mention of Emmett Till.

Do black Americans—the pampered, privileged pets of our society—do they really not have any idea how much so many of us resent their endless whining?

We have twisted and deformed our entire society—our justice system, our educational system—in efforts to appease them, but they only ask for more.

There is an instance of that deformation of our society staring right back at you, Mr. Chairman: the January 6 killing of unarmed white female protestor Ashli Babbitt by armed black male Capitol Police Lt. Michael Byrd. After a perfunctory inquiry, Lt. Byrd was cleared of any wrongdoing.

I know it’s trite to say it, Mr. Chairman, but do you really believe that a white male cop who shot an unarmed black woman under any circumstances whatsoever would get away without a word of reprimand?

You believe that? Really?

Now tell me what federal statistics show about black assaults on whites. A respectable commentator has written the following:

In the U.S., blacks commit the vast share of the interracial violence between blacks and whites that is not classified as a hate crime: 88 percent [Using Tragedy for Racial Propaganda, by Heather Mac Donald, City Journal, May 23, 2022].

Is that figure wrong, Mr. Chairman? As a federal legislator, do you have federal statistics that contradict it?

Accumulated over the 157 years since the Civil War ended, what are the numbers for (a) blacks killed by whites using any method, including lynching, and (b) whites killed by blacks? Do you have an estimate for those numbers, Mr. Chairman?

I’m wasting my breath, of course. This is the United States of Black Racial Grievance. The whining, the narcissism, the twisting and deforming: these are America’s reason for existing. Without them we would drift aimlessly, without purpose or goal.

And this committee and its so-called “investigation” is, as most of us understand, nothing to do with justice, Constitutionality, or national security. It is the opening salvo in a crudely political campaign to prevent Donald J. Trump from running for president in 2024.

The hatred our Ruling Class has for Trump is manifest. It still, after six years, burns fierce and bright. It’s really an extraordinary thing.

I can remember the hatred those same people—well, their 1970s equivalents—had for Richard Nixon, who was a much better president—and a much better man—than Trump.

One of my workmates at Savin Business Machines in the mid-1970s was proud owner of some rolls of toilet paper with Nixon’s portrait on each sheet. Even at the time, when I was still a liberal twenty-something, I thought that was a bit over the top. Or under the bottom, perhaps…

The Regime’s hatred of Trump is far beyond that. It’s really a wonder to behold, and drives much of our national policy.

And this hatred, this Trump Derangement Syndrome, is just the emblem, the outward symbol, of their hatred for us, normal white Americans.

Sixty-three million of us voted for Trump in 2016 because, I think they know, we were fed up with having their anti-white, anti-American ideology rammed down our throats.

Trump was an outsider, not one of them, not a member of the Uniparty establishment. That’s why we liked him; that’s why they hate him.

I hope for a Trumpish victory in 2024. Here’s my advice to the victor: Drain that swamp!

In particular, end the naked politicization of federal law enforcement. There need to be mass purges, mass firings, from the Departments of Justice, Homeland Security, and Defense.

I’m not sure how deep the purges would need to go. At the bottom levels—border security officers in Homeland Security, for example—there must be many federal employees who’d be glad to do their jobs if they were allowed to. Perhaps the same is even true of the FBI.

In the upper ranks, though, where the decisions are made to hunt down and persecute dissidents and turn blind eyes to real crime, I want to see mass layoffs.

I’ll even pay their damned inflated federal pensions; just get them out of Washington, D.C.

Calvin Coolidge fired the Boston police strikers; Ronald Reagan fired the air traffic controllers: there are two fine examples to guide you, Mister President.

For a really radical approach, consider just shutting down departments and agencies altogether. America got along for 157 years without an FBI; do we really need one? We managed for two hundred and twenty-seven years without a Department of Homeland Security; how on earth did we cope?

And if you’re going to be that radical, go further and move federal departments out of Washington, D.C. The city is a hive of intrigue. What would be wrong with the Justice Department being based in Idaho, Defense in Kansas, Treasury in Arkansas, the State Department in…oh, I don’t know…Alaska?

Let’s have some real reform: reform in the direction of more of our traditional liberties, more local control of our affairs, less power to the Administrative State. The course we are currently on leads to despotism and despair. Let’s change course.

I’m sorry: the sheer volume of dishonesty and hypocrisy, of disregard for truth and facts, gets me sputtering. We’re really getting up to North Korean levels of Establishment lying.

Although unlike North Korea, we still have a few news outlets that resist posting regime propaganda, for which we should be grateful.

The front page of my New York Post this morning had no mention of the committee hearings. It was entirely given over to the story about a 15-year-old girl (race unspecified) sitting at home doing her homework when she was hit by a stray bullet—although not fatally, thank goodness.

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#1. To: Ada (#0)

Calvin Coolidge fired the Boston police strikers; Ronald Reagan fired the air traffic controllers: there are two fine examples to guide you, Mister President.

Coolidge fired Boston Police? Maybe that is the reason we have the Blue Flu nowadays.

Reagan had guts and Air Traffic Controllers are in the federal jurisdiction.

Joe Biden is a shadow of his former self now and is stuck in two foreign policy failures, one in Afghanistan and the other in Ukraine. ;)

"When bad men combine, the good must associate; else they will fall, one by one." Edmund Burke

BTP Holdings  posted on  2022-06-11   16:32:00 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#2. To: BTP Holdings (#1)

Reagan had guts and Air Traffic Controllers are in the federal jurisdiction.

Unfortunately, that gave the co-president the idea to start the Clinton presidency with a show of firmness by setting the military on the people at Waco.

Ada  posted on  2022-06-12   19:27:56 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#3. To: Ada (#2)

a show of firmness by setting the military on the people at Waco.

That was Attorney General Janet "Give me a reason not to do this" Reno.

I hope she is burning in hell. ;)

"When bad men combine, the good must associate; else they will fall, one by one." Edmund Burke

BTP Holdings  posted on  2022-06-13   6:30:21 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#4. To: BTP Holdings (#3)

It wasn't Reno; it was Hillary who was then co-chairing the National Security Committee with Vince Foster who ordered the military in. And the military told Janet how it was going to be.

Afterwards Vince proved to be a problem as he had what Hillary lacks: a conscience. According to his secretary he was in a deep depression over what happened which made him a security risk.

Ada  posted on  2022-06-13   13:21:10 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#5. To: Ada (#4)

Afterwards Vince proved to be a problem as he had what Hillary lacks: a conscience. According to his secretary he was in a deep depression over what happened which made him a security risk.

And that is why he was "suicided" at Ft. Marcy Park. :-/

"When bad men combine, the good must associate; else they will fall, one by one." Edmund Burke

BTP Holdings  posted on  2022-06-13   15:47:43 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#6. To: Ada (#4)

It wasn't Reno; it was Hillary who was then co-chairing the National Security Committee with Vince Foster who ordered the military in.

On 14 September 2016, Snopes says this is false. ;)

"When bad men combine, the good must associate; else they will fall, one by one." Edmund Burke

BTP Holdings  posted on  2022-06-13   15:53:35 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#7. To: BTP Holdings (#6) (Edited)

Who you gonna believe--Snopes or Linda Tripp?

Neither Janet Reno nor the FBI had the authority to command the military. Only the National Security Council could do that.

Waco ended the co-presidency. No mention of it after that.

Ada  posted on  2022-06-13   18:06:29 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#8. To: Ada (#7)

Linda Tripp was forced to give up the tapes she had to avoid wiretapping charges. We know those tapes went directly down the memory hole never to be seen again. ;)

"When bad men combine, the good must associate; else they will fall, one by one." Edmund Burke

BTP Holdings  posted on  2022-06-15   7:49:04 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


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