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The American Cyber Stasi Will Suppress All Digital Dissent In Biden’s Dystopia

Andrew Korybko

CNN’s recent report that the US’ security services are considering contracting the services of so-called “researchers” as a legal workaround for spying on average Americans confirms that Biden’s dystopian hellhole is rapidly moving in the direction of establishing a “Cyber Stasi” for suppressing all digital dissent against the Democrats as they continuing consolidating their de facto one-party rule of the country.

The dystopian hellhole that I predicted would become a fait accompli following Biden’s confirmation as President by the Electoral College is quickly becoming a reality after CNN’s recent report that the US security services are considering contracting the services of so-called “researchers” as a legal workaround for spying on average Americans.

According to the outlet, these ostensibly independent contractors would be charged with infiltrating the social media circles of white supremacists and other supposedly terrorist-inclined domestic forces within the country.

[We’ve already seen moves to brand all kinds of dissent – whether questioning the election result, countering COVID hysteria or warning about possible dangers of vaccines – as “domestic terrorism”. Ed.]

The report claims that the intent is to “help provide a broad picture of who was perpetuating the ‘narratives’ of concern”, after which “the FBI could theoretically use that pool of information to focus on specific individuals if there is enough evidence of a potential crime to legally do so”.

In other words, the US security services essentially want to establish a “Cyber Stasi” of “fellow” citizens who spy on one another and produce purported “evidence” of “potential crimes” for “justifying” the FBI’s “legal” investigations. CNN quoted an unnamed senior intelligence official who asked, “What do you do about ideology that’s leading to violence? Do you have to wait until it leads to violence?”, thereby hinting that this initiative might likely be exploited to stop so-called “pre-crime”, or crimes before they occur.

Put another way, even those average Americans who practice their constitutionally enshrined right to the freedom of speech to peacefully dissent against the Democrats’ consolidation of their de facto one-party rule of the country might find themselves targeted by the security services depending on how the contracted “researchers” spin their words.

It should be remembered that even Americans’ constitutionally enshrined right to the freedom of assembly is nowadays under scrutiny depending on the stated reason behind their planned peaceful protests if they dare to propose gathering in opposition to last year’s alleged voter fraud for example. The events of 6 January were exploited as a game-changer by the security services in order to restrict Americans’ freedoms.

It’s neither here nor there whether one sincerely believes that the election was stolen since the purpose in pointing these double standards out is to prove that average Americans are being politically discriminated against with the implied threat of legal intimidation when it comes to exercising their constitutional rights about “politically incorrect” issues of concern to them.

Although the reported purpose of the “Cyber Stasi” is to preemptively thwart emerging “domestic terrorist plots”, it can’t be discounted that the combination of political Russophobia and “mission creep” will combine to create additional objectives such as stopping the spread of so-called “Russian disinformation” throughout society.

That phrase is actually just a euphemism for “politically incorrect” facts and interpretations thereof that contradict the Democrats’ official narrative of events, being intentionally vague enough to function as an umbrella under which to cover practically every alternative understanding possible.

With this in mind, those average Americans who dare to share something “politically incorrect” – even in private chats amidst the presence of “deep state” infiltrators (“researchers” employed as “Cyber Stasi”) – might be targeted by the FBI.

The end effect is that the US security services might succeed in suppressing most expressions of digital dissent in the coming future. They’re inspired to do so by the ruling administration which wants to impose a syncretic system of economic leftism and social fascism onto the country.

It’s not “communist” in the sense that the economic vision is more akin to state capitalism than traditional Marxism, but the social impact will certainly mirror that of East Germany during its darkest days of Stasi rule, though that’s precisely why many critics casually describe it as “communist” despite that not being economically correct (at least not yet). The US’ “researcher”-contracted “Cyber Stasi” will have a chilling effect on how Americans interact with one another from here on out, all in order for Biden’s dystopian hellhole to avoid the fate of its predecessor, East Germany.

Originally published at One World Press

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Kostakis
Kostakis
May 20, 2021 2:44 AM

This is true but has nothing to do with Biden being president!!!! The same story would have unfolded if Trump was president. Don’t tell you can’t see this. We know it’s not Biden or Trump pulling the strings here but a much bigger plan is going on. WEF, Davos, The Bank’s ect. It’s all set up.

Teekaa
Teekaa
May 14, 2021 5:52 AM

Terrorism — War Without Fronts
How do we fight an underground threat, one with no defined territory, base, or—often—known leader? We look to military history.

The casebook example of how to manage civil unrest is the Hamlet Evaluation System (HES) developed by the United States military during its occupation of South Vietnam in the 20th Century. Since population centers in that country contained both Communist rebels and loyal citizens, the towns were ranked on a scale from 1 to 5, five being the safest. The monthly reports of local commanders, useful in Vietnam for maintaining contour maps of ideology concentration, have provided many components of the UNATCO Sector Field Report.

The modern UDU (UNATCO Deployed Unit) has been modeled on the CAP (Combined Action Platoon) deployed in Vietnam, a 15-man rifle squad responsible for a single hamlet. CAP-protected villages typically earned a 2.95 HET score, compared to a 1.6 average in the same region. CAP units performed in many mission roles, but they primarily worked with indigenous police to strengthen ideological ties. Like CAP units, UNATCO teams are primarily concerned with building safe communities.

From a fictious game but makes sense huh

mikael
mikael
May 11, 2021 4:26 PM

Ones again I agree in prinsiples everything, but with some distictions.

Data harvesting, why do you think Goolag is so hughe, because it harvests everything you do, thru their systems, from seach to mail, etc, like others do, where Comps as Amazion is delivering the goods to conduct all around surveilance, if you dont know what I talk about and how updated that system is, in real time, go from this article to sites where they have like Gardening equimpments, and then go to an site like ZeroH.
Watch what comes up on the side line.

Then, their level of data harvesting isnt new, just in the open where they dont even hide anything anymore, because they know perfectly well that they own the narratives, consensusses and to what they define as facts.
And CONvid shows us that their hegmony works, and they know it, and the BLMs/uh… also is refresed constantly thru the MSM witch incl sites like RT, dont even think they are any better, clever, but better, nope, not at all.

Then, to whats the problem, for me, the fact we have to endure an never ending drivel saga about what is communism/capitalism is one of the prime ex. on what the Yankikes talk about, and China in every coonsivable way, and nobody cares about wars, dont matter of thousand do, when over 300 millions dont give an rats ass about that, and anything that dont pay the elite is by most of them considered to be socialism, uh… I dont waist time on AmeriTards anymore, gun tottering cocky bastards with no balls, apart from bombing another mans land to dust, witch they love because they are God chousen people on this earth and ISISrael is their brothers, because the Bible tells them that they are, iliterate as most muslims, dont know what they talk about, because they dont even know, served scraps and thats all they know, scraps, and you can Cut and Paist everything to fit anything.
The same for Brits, Frence and Germans, aka the dispecable EU.
I laughed my ass of when Frenc Generals are whining about refugees when they have been a part of the problem, regarding Africa, Imperialism, Mali is an classical ex on just that, and now, like the so called rightwinged/CONservatives are whining about refugees, while they have been a part of the problem for decades when they wanted to import as many foreign workers as they do to day to undermine their own nations and workers rights, witch non of this have cared about at all.
Fascinating.

And thats where we are right now and spare me the Russiaphobic nonsense, I dont have any problems with Russians and I know some, incl Ukrainians, and Belarussians to BallTicks, but I stil strugles with the Russians/Putins motive, say one thing, do something else, I know of some, some are to obvious but stil, I never ever rule out even the most insane ones, one of the good things with holding ones mind open to everything, and all thoe I read a lot, dont mean I hold that as the truth, just because you read7talk/comment about A dont mean you suport B, but if you dont know B, how can you then claim A is right.
You simply cant.
I said that to my inlaw, if you dont know what the other side says nor write, you know just half of it, and thats wurse than been ignorant, ignorant dont mean been an idiot, one just dont know about the broader spectre of information witch is right there, both pro and contra.

I know things will be worse, much worse, I base than on exprience, the march into totalitarian state is already ongoing, to what extent, its what buggs me, since I know I am going to refuse the Vaccine to the day I hit David Jones Locker.
If it means to be living in the ditches, and poor so be it, I have been flat broken before and even stolen food for having something to eat, I dont fear it, nope, not at all, the only draw back is hunger, hunger is one formidable foe and with the prospects of sky rocketing food prices because the elite wants more and higher return aka. inflation , because I know that before we go there, when masses of people are persiving the same tradjectory in our living standards, something will snapp, remeber the saying, as society we are just 3 meals from an revolution, until that happens, I am afraid we have to endure walking in the vally of shaddow, not that this bothers me much, but my mind goes to those that it do afects.

So I am already focusing in the effects of this vaccines, when they denie everything, what comes next is to await to an critical mass of people becomes aware simply thru their own expirience that this vaccine is dangerous, then, maybe something better will come forth, but again, since I am an cynical bastard, I dont hold me breath.
I dont like to prophecise, but this are not that difficould to persive, if it happens, I dont know, but our only weapon is the truth, hammer them with it, relentelessly, and maybe thing will change, there are glimmers of hope, but they need suport, since I cant dump heeps of cash onto them, I can only help some of them by spreding their words.

peace

PS: I wounder about this latest Gaza attack and they way its become wider, why, and in this level of political swindlers and general scumbags, timing is everything, plausble deniability even better, but why now, because I wounder why is it so silent about the atrocitys the ISISrael Gov and its minions are doing to the People of Israel regarding the Vaccine/s.
This latest events stinks high heaven, because that is to cover over something else, a much more leathal event than an one sided war on somebody chained to the wall.

suddyan
suddyan
May 12, 2021 3:47 PM
Reply to  mikael

[…like the so called rightwinged/CONservatives are whining about refugees, while they have been a part of the problem for decades when they wanted to import as many foreign workers as they do to day to undermine their own nations and workers rights, witch non of this have cared about at all.]

1) You can not ascribe blame to children for what their parents did (or did not do). For instance, as a hypothetical, if one of my parents supported a particular political party, and that political party has since significantly changed its stance / policies, and I now support the changed stance / policies, then I have NOT been part of the problem “for decades.”

2) There is no evidence that there was any intent to “undermine their own nations and workers rights” as you simply assert.

Note, I oppose for example the French activities in Mali. On the other hand, I also do not support your fallacious generalisations and blaming.

Oh by the way, I am neither French nor “conservative.” Sad that I have to make that explicit, but nowadays people too quickly revert to ad hominem rather that engaging with the actual argument made.

dr death
dr death
May 11, 2021 3:39 PM

if anyone had any doubts about the hiring of stasi chief ‘marcus wolf’ for the ahem ‘department of homeland security’…

well done…

Roberto
Roberto
May 12, 2021 3:49 PM
Reply to  dr death

Not many people know that. Operation Paperclip lives on as it has throughout history.
The spirit of Machiavelli the realist noted what usually happens, not what should happen.

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
May 11, 2021 3:15 PM

How many eaters are employed by “Cyber-Stasi” corporations? How many worthless FBI operatives (also a corporation) are gainfully employed?

https://www.activistpost.com/2021/05/fda-operation-quack-hack-medical-mafia-vs-medical-health-freedom-fighters.html

How many people do actual physical work in the western world?

Lets’ rely on slavery and robots to feed our silly asses, whilst our manufacturing and technology industries lay waste to the entire planet. Good luck with your plans, you’re going to need it…

Jacques
Jacques
May 11, 2021 3:49 PM

I’ve read an interesting article on the other day – can’t the link – that analyzed that pretty much nothing is done/made in Europe anymore. It probably applies to the Occident pretty much as a whole. All people have is intellectual property rights. And whatever work is done basically revolves around fiddling with those.

Self-sufficiency = zero.

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
May 12, 2021 1:29 AM
Reply to  Jacques

Hello Jacques: In the former United States….. > virtually all electronics and electronic appliances are imported from China, South Korea, or Japan. You can’t source a new appliance that isn’t equipped with “smart” technology. All AI surveillance crap that causes heart arrhythmia, diabetes, and attention deficit…

Clothing and textiles are imported from India or Pakistan. Other textile manufactures source cotton and raw fabric from the same. There is virtually no organic cotton grown or sold in the US. Most people are wearing blended polyesters for clothing, and footwear is made of fake rubber (vibram) and assorted plastic. Good luck with the health consequences of Flubber world…

The automotive repair industry is unable to source parts, even when the product is still under warranty. Mechanics are screwed…

Home owners don’t know how to repair a dripping faucet or do simple household maintenance. They hire a slave, and the slaves want attorney level fees. The economy revolves around bullshit artists, and most get their “education” from a cell phone query. No one thinks, because everything is automated.

As you said: Self-sufficiency=Zero. .

suddyan
suddyan
May 12, 2021 4:09 PM
Reply to  Jacques

[Self-sufficiency = zero.]

Hardly anyone is self-sufficient in the sense of providing all their needs by themselves.

That is not the way the modern world works.

In fact, I doubt that was ever the way any of us humans worked when we had a choice. From the smallest bands to the larger tribes and later “nations.”

Even Robinson Crusoe did better when him and Friday could work “together.”

In my view, arguing “self-sufficiency” in and of itself is an argument for something closer to pre-Stone Age “short, sharp, nasty, brutal” life in caves.

Victor G.
Victor G.
May 12, 2021 9:35 PM
Reply to  suddyan

“pre-Stone Age”?
So you’re talking about the Tooth and Nail Age, I presume? Hard times for sure. Probably about as difficult as life for a successful predator in a thriving savana.
Then came the Stone Age … Ta da! The anthropologists know that even spacious caves were drafty and that the walls were poorly suit to painting.
Life was … ahh … shorter. Sticks were sharper. And the arrogant bullies who moved us into the Chalcolithic were the prototypes of all the nasties they engendered. Brutality? Don’t get me started on brutality …
Don’t confuse “self” to mean “individual”. Self-sufficiency is possible and auspicabile.

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
May 12, 2021 10:12 PM
Reply to  suddyan

The story of Robinson Crusoe was FICTION. Hello???

suddyan
suddyan
May 12, 2021 4:03 PM

[…whilst our manufacturing and technology industries lay waste to the entire planet.]

Paul, they do no such thing.

Agreed, many of them do have an effect on the environment, yet “our” manufacturing and technology industries are not solely by themselves laying “waste to the entire planet.”

May I suggest fairness as to both the effects of “our” manufacturing and technology industries and both those that are not “ours” as well as other effects on the “entire planet.”

[How many people do actual physical work in the western world?]

Irrelevant question. One of the things that made the western world such a success was limiting the amount of hard, back-breaking “actual physical work” through science, technology, innovation, freedom-promoting political institutions and the like.

That enabled you and I to luxuriously sit on our backends and engage in Internet dialogue from points possibly nearly on other sides of the globe. You and I are privileged.

Too trivialise that wonderful life we have helped to enable for all humanity is not your best argument. Yes, we can never create paradise. And there are still many that have relatively little. But the overall human enrichment of the past century and so should never be so carelessly dismissed.

Physical work is hard. I grew up on a farm. And even if by that time some notable mechanisation was already in place, much tough, tiring physical work still had to be done.

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
May 12, 2021 10:09 PM
Reply to  suddyan

Maybe you’d be able to observe reality more clearly if you had.stayed on the farm.

magumba
magumba
May 11, 2021 1:36 PM

The UKColumn have donbne a fantastic service with their new website which enables you to sear ch and query the MHRTA database of adverse reactions and fatalities….something the MHRA were supposed to have done with their ”urgent need for an AI system for analysing adverse events”

https://yellowcard.ukcolumn.org/yellow-card-reports

Homepage
https://www.ukcolumn.org/

Yesterdays UKColumn news

https://www.ukcolumn.org/ukcolumn-news/uk-column-news-10th-may-2021

Orthus
Orthus
May 11, 2021 9:29 PM
Reply to  magumba

Good article here.
https://www.ukcolumn.org/article/clotting-and-covid-science

TL;DR
Covid has two attacks: the sniffles, like any flu and the spikey things are also bad news. Spikey things are bad news even without virus. “Vaccines” also good source of spikey things. Vaccine plus Covid equals double bad. All this was known about before the jabs were issued.

bachgen cymru
bachgen cymru
May 11, 2021 9:33 AM

OG’s…

Post on the beeb website today. I’d love an expert on psy-op methods to pick at this for me (I can see the basic IngSoc’ness of it, but I really want to know the professional viewpoint)…

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/blogs-trending-57051691

One thing that did annoy me is the line ‘…graphic videos promoting false claims about foetuses being used in jabs.’.

Anyone who can be bothered to watch it, can see a shortened (or the full 9 hours) deposition with the Godfather of jabs, Stanley Plotkin on Ytube. He quite clearly admits to a foetus line in the jabs, plus other bizarre cell lines (eyes, etc)…

Thus, the fetal cell line is correct, as per Stanley.

Following this, it would suggest to me that a healthy dose of critical thinking and research is a GOOD thing, yet Dave and his mate would suggest otherwise?

Back to the current crop of invasive needle tipped nonsense, here’s this from Biontechs’ March 2020 notes to the 10-k accounts:

No mRNA immunotherapy has been approved, and none may ever be approved. mRNA drug development has substantial clinical development and regulatory risks due to the novel and unprecedented nature of this new category of therapeutics. As a potential new category of therapeutics, to our knowledge, no mRNA immunotherapies have been approved to date by the FDA, EMA or other regulatory agency. Successful discovery and development of mRNA-based (and other) immunotherapies by either us or our collaborators is highly uncertain and depends on numerous factors, many of which are beyond our or their control. To date, there has never been a Phase 3 trial for an mRNA-based product or a commercialized mRNA-based product.

Then this:

There have been few approvals of gene therapy products in the United States and other jurisdictions, and there have been well-reported significant adverse events associated with their testing and use. Gene therapy products have the effect of introducing new DNA and potentially irreversibly changing the DNA in a cell. In contrast, mRNA is highly unlikely to localize to the nucleus, integrate into cell DNA, or otherwise make any permanent changes to cell DNA.

Two things to take away here; mRNA immunotherapy was rolled out only months after a statement saying it had never been approved, and despite all regulatory bodies across the globe classifying mRNA in the same category as gene therapy, in this instance the mRNA is only ‘highly unlikely’ to cause permanent changes to cell DNA. ‘Highly unlikely’…well that’s good enough for me, then. Here’s untold millions in funding, and crack on!

George Mc
George Mc
May 11, 2021 10:19 AM
Reply to  bachgen cymru

First and foremost, don’t bother with the “professional viewpoint”. This COVID crap has been built up on the Emperor’s New Clothes appeal of “The Professionals”. You can do better than these arseholes!

I saw the “honeypots” article and here’s how I reckon you should see it: the fact that the COVID control squad (I.e. the entire stinking edifice of the Western media who have now devolved to the level of vax advertisement) are now compelled to PRETEND to be anti-vaxxers to try and work their vile worm word propaganda is a positive thing I.e. they are losing the battle.

And such is the degradation of the media that they are only worth seeing as a negative indicator of truth e.g. look to such underhanded moves as the honeypot thing as an indication of anxiety.

But that’s as far as it goes. Many here were quite rightly annoyed when I kept referring to the MSM. Especially the BBC. Look out for the negative indicators but don’t get hung up on these snakes. What they are serving up is pure poison.

bachgen cymru
bachgen cymru
May 11, 2021 12:41 PM
Reply to  George Mc

George Mc, you’re right, and I often lose sight of this. They are losing. Have a pint on me.

George Mc
George Mc
May 11, 2021 2:44 PM
Reply to  bachgen cymru

And on a related issue, there was a news item about some Twitter storm with big Zionist cheerleader Rachel Riley implying Jeremy Corbyn was a Nazi and she was really RILING me up (see what I did there?) I was about to launch into a diatribe over that when I suddenly thought, “Oh who the fuck CARES?” Not worthy of a second’s thought.

bachgen cymru
bachgen cymru
May 11, 2021 12:42 PM
Reply to  George Mc

BTW, it’s my morning routine, start with OG, then switch to the ‘poison’ for a view of ‘their’ world, then finish with Global Research. 🙂

Jacques
Jacques
May 11, 2021 1:26 PM
Reply to  bachgen cymru

Best if you start your day with a pint, continue with a few more, and finish the day with yet another few.

gordan
gordan
May 11, 2021 12:52 PM
Reply to  bachgen cymru

dr plotkin is a hero of khazar histories
he has has helped kill more goy than hitler and unkle joe stalin combined.
8 hours or more testimony disclosure on youtube watched by a few thousand

a revelation of the method of mans murder and genomic destruction

dr death
dr death
May 11, 2021 3:46 PM
Reply to  bachgen cymru

s’mae..

treat all msm as agit-prop, these imbeciles have long passed boundaries of forgiveness..

Dors
Dors
May 11, 2021 9:31 AM

The American Cyber Stasi Will Suppress All Digital Dissent In Biden’s Dystopia

Once you consume a certain number of such alarming alternative media items, you start to realise

  • It leads you nowhere – without a wholesome worldview, one poor in words&gestures but rich in substance. And once you have that worldview, you don’t need warnings .
  • It’s trying to stimulate thought and action through shock – which is not unlike trying to promote life & health by giving electroshocks
  • It’s a mirror image of the fear-mongering media of the powerful. Instead of doing the healthy thing of changing things by building something new, it imitates what it opposes. As Philip K. Dick wrote,

To fight the Empire is to be infected by its derangement … Whoever defeats the Empire becomes the Empire; it proliferates like a virus … thereby it becomes its enemies.

Caliban
Caliban
May 11, 2021 8:07 PM
Reply to  Dors

Thanks, @Dors, for actually commenting on the article. I was just about to vacate due to the lack of any intelligent commentary in this thread. In all fairness, it may have something to do with the extremely broad characterizations of the current state of affairs offered up by Mr. Andrew Korybko, but, based upon the typical content of OG, this hardly qualifies as a defense.

Tom Welsh
Tom Welsh
May 11, 2021 9:05 AM

“What do you do about ideology that’s leading to violence? Do you have to wait until it leads to violence?”

Well, the US government’s ideology has definitely led to extreme violence on a huge scale ever since the USA was founded. Maybe it should have been prevented – but the British attempts to do so in the 1770s and 1812 were unsuccessful due to the great distance in those days of sailing ships.

johny conspiranoid
johny conspiranoid
May 11, 2021 8:44 AM

“though that’s precisely why many critics casually describe it as “communist” despite that not being economically correct (at least not yet).”
You can be sure that Wall Street Bankers will not be removed from power nor the capital owning classes in general so there will be nothing communist about it. The capital owning classes will use ‘Stasi’ tactics to retain their semi-monopolistic power and those not in those classes will be pushed into serfdom I think Marx may have predicted all that as the culmination of the inherent contradictions of capitalism, or something. I can’t be bothered to read his books so I don’t really know.

Jacques
Jacques
May 11, 2021 8:53 AM

It’s conceivable that technological advancement would ultimately allow the formation of some sort of “communist” society, including the finite nature of certain resources, or at least the way they’re exploited at this time.

But that’s not what these motherfuckers want. They don’t want a world of peace, equality, material sufficiency for all. They got short dicks and fucked up perverse minds and they gotta take their frustration out on somebody.

Hence the Great Reset, an effort to steer the more or less natural course of history toward greater welfare, freedom, equality for all toward neo-feudalism, neo-slavery, where technologies are used to enslave the idiots who fall for the bullshit that it’s for their own good, as opposed to freeing them from labor and allowing them to pursue more meaningful an existence than hoarding useless shit (this is based on the assumption that if everything is readily available because the fucking robots will readily supply it, people will stop craving it, but that might be naive, I know, given that people always find a way to fuck things up).

Not sure to what extent Marx is relevant in the context of robotization.

suddyan
suddyan
May 12, 2021 4:30 PM
Reply to  Jacques

[Hence the Great Reset, an effort to steer the more or less natural course of history toward greater welfare, freedom, equality for all toward neo-feudalism, neo-slavery, where technologies are used to enslave the idiots who fall for the bullshit that it’s for their own good…]

It has always been about power. Since the first “leader” of the smallest band of humans on the African savannah, through the “big man” politics in the islands of South East Asia, up to the Hitlers, Stalins, Rooselvelts, Bushes, Blairs, Merkels, etc. of today.

FWIW, “money,” being a medium of exchange and a (supposed) store of value is not and has never been the root problem. Power is. Money is only important as far as it represents power.

[Not sure to what extent Marx is relevant in the context of robotization.]

Agreed.

suddyan
suddyan
May 12, 2021 4:23 PM

[The capital owning classes will use ‘Stasi’ tactics to retain their semi-monopolistic power and those not in those classes will be pushed into serfdom…]

Erm, I must be a member of the “capital owning classes,” since I own some retirement investments which my financial advisors tell me is my “capital.”

So, according to your argumentation, it seems I immediately become a “bad” person and I want to push everyone else into serfdom.

Well, needless to say, I have zero wish for that to happen. My desire is for all us humans to live in freedom and better and better.

So clearly there must be a glaring fallacy in your “argument” as presented. Have you considered maybe fallacious generalisation, or maybe equivocation, and so on?

I mean, if the truth is important to you, you should be concerned about the demonstrated incorrectness of your assertion. On the other hand, if rhetorical argumentation to drive an ideology is your scene, you might not care about truth in argument.

Drooze
Drooze
May 11, 2021 8:12 AM

The Stasi, as it is understood in the western world is basically a propaganda construct. The institution would have been nothing out of the ordinary as far as surveillance organisations are concerned. The author (your typical right on lefty westerner with a full belly) has based his whole article on BS, with albeit many valid observations about the current situation. Compared to western secret services, the Stasi would have been small beer. It was a necessary precautionary measure to defend the country from the incessant sabotage being undertaken by western powers to destroy socialism at the time. The article contains no evidence to back up its claim of what the “Stasi” was supposed to have been, and thus; is a form of propaganda in itself.
What about including an article by Grover Furr Offguardian? Give this guy some space! Bet you don’t!
https://msuweb.montclair.edu/~furrg/

Jacques
Jacques
May 11, 2021 8:20 AM
Reply to  Drooze

“destroy socialism”

As regards the nature of Stasi, you’re correct to a large extent; however, as per your allusion to attempts at destroying “socialism”, it needs to be clarified that “socialism” in that context meant the totalitarian implementation of ideas roughly resembling the ideology of socialism/communism, largely to the benefit of the perpetrators, against the will of the vast majority of the population.

Be it as it may, as I wrote below – FUCK THAT. What sense does it make to argue whether Stasi was this or that?

Let’s worry about NOW and the FUTURE.

magumba
magumba
May 11, 2021 2:57 PM
Reply to  Jacques

10 years into your future you’ll be sitting in your technocratic gulag still discussing the number of deaths

Its time to start looking at the root cause whilst you still have chance

Stolen shamelessly from a meme someone made on another forum i frequent

Jacques
Jacques
May 11, 2021 3:50 PM
Reply to  magumba

What’s the root cause …?

Victor G.
Victor G.
May 12, 2021 9:54 PM
Reply to  Jacques

Your mother …

suddyan
suddyan
May 12, 2021 4:35 PM
Reply to  magumba

[Its time to start looking at the root cause whilst you still have chance]

I am with Jacques on this: What is the “root cause?”

Next time, feel free to spell it out clearly beforehand so we don’t have to ask.

Victor G.
Victor G.
May 12, 2021 9:55 PM
Reply to  suddyan

Your mother …

Drooze
Drooze
May 12, 2021 2:44 AM
Reply to  Jacques

You come across as some sort of bolshy rebel type but actually your views are pretty much toady establishment like. Your opinions on socialism are pretty much akin to what you would read in propaganda rags like the Guardian and the NY times. Your swagger is undermined somewhat by your bowlegged gait! Check the hubris western first worlder!

Jacques
Jacques
May 12, 2021 7:28 AM
Reply to  Drooze

You can see right through me, tovarish!

Now all you have to do is stop worrying about the past and worry about the present and the future as per the above instruction.

Incidentally, you can shove the ad hominem horseshit up your asshole and go fuck yourself while you at it.

suddyan
suddyan
May 12, 2021 4:37 PM
Reply to  Drooze

[Your opinions on socialism are pretty much akin to what you would read in propaganda rags like the Guardian and the NY times. Your swagger is undermined somewhat by your bowlegged gait!]

Clearly you addressed the argument and did not go for an ad hominem at all.

/sarc

suddyan
suddyan
May 12, 2021 4:33 PM
Reply to  Drooze

[ Compared to western secret services, the Stasi would have been small beer. It was a necessary precautionary measure to defend the country from the incessant sabotage being undertaken by western powers to destroy socialism at the time.]

Interesting narrative you’re pushing.

The Western powers were not busy with “incessant sabotage” to “destroy socialism,” as it was directly aimed at communism (a rather dystopian version of socialism).

Sorry, not buying your narrative.

Drooze
Drooze
May 14, 2021 8:17 AM
Reply to  suddyan

The western powers were not trying to destroy communism/ socialism/ dystopian socialism? Interesting narrative!

Jacques
Jacques
May 11, 2021 7:07 AM

While the analogy to Stasi, or its incarnations in other communist block countries, such as the StB in Czechoslovakia, is to some extent valid, what needs to be examined is the ideology behind the shit foisted on people this time around.

Stasi is synonymous with communism, a radical collectivist ideology essentially aiming to ensure complete equality among people. That’s how communism was sold, regardless of how it was implemented. A utopian idea, but kinda cute. Understandable too, in the face of the capitalist exploitation of the 18-19th centuries or so.

What we’re facing now is an ideology based on the premise of affording preemptive protection to people from all dangers, risks, and fucking hazards imaginable. I’m afraid that this covidianism-wokeism is much more dangerous. While communism had a reasonably strong basis in the historical development of society, and I’d venture to say that a communism-like society where everybody whatever they need still remains the ultimate goal in the minds of many, this fucking shit the foundation of which is being built as we speak – at least in earnest because it’s been in the works for some time now – is none of that. While taking precautions from dangers is to some extent okay, the way this concept is now being forced on the populace has only one thing for objective: total control. Not only the notion that people can be protected from all risks is bullshit, a mirage, a Utopian idea, total fucking imbecilism, but also the risks and the precautions are defined by people with ulterior motives, motherfuckers who want nothing but put everybody in a cage, pretending, and brainwashing them, that it’s for their own good.

Fuck these references to Stasi or past this past that. They’re meaningless and liable to lead people astray. Such as babble about communism. People need to worry about the present and the future.

The societal dichotomy of the future is not communism vs. capitalism, and the various concepts associated therewith, but DANGEROUS FREEDOM vs. SECURITY OF IMPRISONMENT, where, of course, it needs to be noted that the latter is a fallacious fake because the prison won’t make life any more secure.

rechenmacher
rechenmacher
May 11, 2021 8:04 AM
Reply to  Jacques

Spot on!

Drooze
Drooze
May 12, 2021 2:52 AM
Reply to  Jacques

Ooh a Tory Anarchist! More senseless waffle from an establishment shill, supped up on his own fevered ego, trotting out the usual programmed platitudes for his masters! The Gimp unleashed!

Jacques
Jacques
May 12, 2021 7:29 AM
Reply to  Drooze

See the above instruction about going to fuck yourself.

suddyan
suddyan
May 12, 2021 4:41 PM
Reply to  Drooze

[More senseless waffle from an establishment shill…]

Oh my, you are so eloquent in your superior reasoning skills! Each argument by your opponent logically and honestly critiqued and countered.

I am blessed that I could live to see someone debate with such integrity!!

Drooze
Drooze
May 14, 2021 8:26 AM
Reply to  suddyan

“…logically and honestly critiqued and countered.” LOL. Dude it’s pretty obvious by his babble the guy’s a moron. WTF!

davemass
davemass
May 11, 2021 6:11 AM

Wow, Operation Paperclip seems to be coming to fruition…

Howard
Howard
May 11, 2021 3:37 AM

I’m glad to see Mr Korybko has awoken before morphing into Rip Van Winkle. His take on “American Cyber Stasi” falls in the category of “better late than never.”

Americans – indeed, people everywhere – have been under 24/7 surveillance at least since the 911 fiasco.. Anyone with a computer or, especially, a smart phone is under constant surveillance.

Edward Snowden’s revelations, however fuzzy the details, revealed one thing with crystal clarity: the American people don’t give a fuck if they’re spied on. Got that, Mr Korybko et al: the people don’t give a fuck.

Democrats/schmemocrats – it’s been a one party rule for decades. Get with the program.

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
May 11, 2021 2:49 PM
Reply to  Howard

the American people don’t give a fuck if they’re spied on.’ I think the stupid bastards enjoy the illusion of being important enough to be spied upon… It’s ludicrous.

LeaveMeAlone
LeaveMeAlone
May 11, 2021 2:38 AM

Herd Tyranny

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Raz Putin
Raz Putin
May 11, 2021 2:00 AM

Cyber Stasi indeed!
The grid is all laid out and now all that’s left to do is force the people into excepting their digital person. The Technocratic Totalitarian Bio-Security ID that is planned and will be introduced is the next great push to force the world into complete servitude to the Beast System. Sadly many people will openly accept this latest form of slavery and thereby make it harder for the rest of us to resist. “And from our cages we wondered what our lives might have been like had we just fought back.”

Gezzah Potts
Gezzah Potts
May 11, 2021 12:55 PM
Reply to  Raz Putin

Of course they will. Just watched a video where the person said she was disturbed that so many had gone along with the new normal directives without questioning anything. And as many people have swallowed the scamdemic bollocks without even blinking, so too have many gone off and got jabbed, thus bringing this technocratic dystopia even closer through their supine compliance.
https://images.app.goo.gl/vrp5qwPjdHyjbhK78

Denny
Denny
May 11, 2021 12:30 AM

anyone know if Jon rapport’s blog was hacked? so weird,

His blog is completely blank but the website is up; http://www.nomorefakenews.com

https://blog.nomorefakenews.com

Kika
Kika
May 11, 2021 11:20 AM
Reply to  Denny

Jon’s website seems to be working normally now.

Denny
Denny
May 11, 2021 12:50 PM
Reply to  Kika

yes! Whew!! Thank you!!

Gezzah Potts
Gezzah Potts
May 11, 2021 12:29 AM

I just tried to watch the video Brace for Impact on Offguardian’s twitter feed, and what came up?
A warning that “Twitter and our partners have identified the link you are trying to access as being potentially spammy or unsafe according to Twitter’s URL policy” and then they list a number of things.
Obviously to put people off from watching what the psychopaths behind the scamdemic are up to. Bastards.
I’ll just wait until its posted as an article (I assume?)

Sophie - Admin1
Admin
Sophie - Admin1
May 11, 2021 12:48 AM
Reply to  Gezzah Potts

Yeah, Twitter have been putting that ‘warning’ on all links to our site for months now. Just click on ‘continue’ and you can get to the link ok.

Saint Jimmy
Saint Jimmy
May 11, 2021 12:50 AM

I don’t “tweet” but that’s troubling.

Gezzah Potts
Gezzah Potts
May 11, 2021 1:00 AM

Thanks Sophie👍 Same thing used to happen when I tried to post links on OffG with the previous phone I had.
They’ll do anything to put people off finding out what’s really going on, as we’ve seen with the avalanche of censorship in the last 14 months.

ZigZagwanderer
ZigZagwanderer
May 11, 2021 12:23 AM

Brits , for once , are ahead of the game on this one. Stasi squaddie units 77th Brigade , 13th Signals regt. etc. already deployed.

April 2020 General Sir Nick Carter proudly announced a major spying operation against the digital personal and private lives of a ‘ locked up ‘ British public.

Dressed in desert cammo fatigues , but still sounding like a waffling old fart , he told of a 4000 deployment of full time military snitches with another 20,000 on short notice …. laptops locked ‘n loaded.

Tasked ,among other things, with manipulating Google search algorithms to put Govt. info at the top of sensitive search keywords such as Syria and Covid.

The General doesn’t want the people who pay his handsome salary , and eye watering pension , to know exactly where the bombs land around the middle east …… or that Covid is a fairly average flu , or that Prince Andrew is a nasty little perv.

Those who might view a bit of RT or Sputnik , OffG , UKC or Jimmy Dore are deemed a threat to him and the political pygmies that he serves.

Any self respecting nation with a government this corrupt would have it removed via military coup by now.

No chance of that happening in the UK …… the fox is guarding the henhouse.

And the farmers’ gagged and bound.

Ooink
Ooink
May 11, 2021 12:29 AM
Reply to  ZigZagwanderer

They are so upfront and open about their creepiness these days. It’s refreshing in a way.

Saint Jimmy
Saint Jimmy
May 11, 2021 12:46 AM
Reply to  ZigZagwanderer

The shitty little conformist nerds got control, somehow… probably through inheritance and vicious competitiveness. Goddamn I hate their guts.

magumba
magumba
May 11, 2021 3:10 PM
Reply to  ZigZagwanderer

Generalissimo Carter was once the minister in charge of the covid response,methinks the obnoxious turd is pulling more strings in no10 that our erstwhile scarecrow appears to be doing,I have a feeling the Generalissiomo is higher on the pecking order and receiving HIS orders from somewhere that isn’t no10

Committee of 300 or the Tavistock institute perhaps?

I read the linked document the other night and a lot of things clicked after reading it,yes i’m aware of the plagiarism claims re the author and considering its 30 years old we are seeing the offspring of many of the committe members mentioned but if you want a taste of whats to come ignore everything else but read the outlined points from page 15 onwards,apply them to events from March 2020,it isn’t pleasant !

https://www.cia.gov/library/abbottabad-compound/4A/4A92FD2FB4DAE3F773DB0B7742CF0F65_Coleman.-.CONSPIRATORS.HIERARCHY.-.THE.STORY.OF.THE.COMMITTEE.OF.300.R.pdf

And yes it is from the CIA library,at least the US isn’t so damn secretive about everything at the level the UK is

May Hem
May Hem
May 11, 2021 12:05 AM

How Amazon’s ‘Oura Ring’ spies on you.

“If you own a Ring doorbell camera system, we’ve got some bad news. The smart home company owned by Amazon, which the Internet retail giant shelled out more than $1 billion to acquire, has apparently been violating its customers’ privacy in a pretty shocking way. A new report from The Intercept quotes unnamed sources who confirm that engineers and executives at Ring have “highly privileged access” to live customer camera feeds, utilizing both Ring’s doorbells as well as its in-home cameras.

All that’s apparently required to tap into the live feeds is a customer’s email address. Meaning, the company has been so egregiously lax when it comes to security and privacy that even people outside the company could have potentially done this, using merely an email address to begin spying on customers, according to the report.”

https://bgr.com/tech/ring-camera-customer-feeds-accessed-creepy-privacy-violation-5690245/

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
May 11, 2021 2:58 PM
Reply to  May Hem

Just more technocratic eaters, forcing their tiny pricks into private domains… As long as corporatism is allowed to boil and fester, the rape of privacy will continue.

Big al
Big al
May 10, 2021 11:55 PM

I have a hard time with ascribing this to Biden and the democrats supposedly consolidating their “de facto one party rule” of the U.S. I’m reminded of a quote from Eugene Debs from 1904.

“The Republican and Democratic parties, or, to be more exact, the Republican-Democratic party, represent the capitalist class in the class struggle. They are the political wings of the capitalist system and such differences as arise between them relate to spoils and not to principles.”

That was well over 100 years ago and there are those of prominence who said the same things since the inception of this two party system. We also have the 2016 Gilens and Page study that basically proved the two party’s are almost completely controlled by money and that we do not live in a democracy (or even a republic for those that think there’s supposed to be a difference.)

We can argue about the power struggles of these two oligarchy political parties all we want, while they laugh all the way to the bank. Like Debs said a long time ago,

“The difference between the Republican and Democratic parties involve no issue, no principles in which the working class have any interest …. “.

I don’t think things are any different now, except worse. This cyber stasi stuff is just part of the overall trajectory the human race is taking which it can’t seem to stop. I mean, look at China, look everywhere. Maybe it’s all part of an evolutionary trip back to the beginning when we were amoebas.

Saint Jimmy
Saint Jimmy
May 11, 2021 12:14 AM
Reply to  Big al

^This is the ugly truth. There were some significant differences between them from about 1930 to 1992 but Big Money bought majority shares in both of them by 2000. The difference now is rhetorical or along industry and racial/gender lines that really mean nothing. On the important issues – wages, taxes, labor policy, personal freedom and individual rights, war, federal budget, and monetary policies – they pretty much march in lock step. Money rules.

Croach
Croach
May 11, 2021 12:58 AM
Reply to  Saint Jimmy

Power was more diffuse then now but I also think there was more bio-diversity within Big Money.
Everything is suffering the consequences of a monocultural elite.

dr death
dr death
May 11, 2021 4:16 PM
Reply to  Croach

henry ford had much to say on that issue… but of course all of this is about far more than just ‘money’..

mgeo
mgeo
May 11, 2021 5:08 PM
Reply to  Big al

Yet, the author repeats the terms Left.

May Hem
May Hem
May 10, 2021 11:52 PM

Avoid any ‘fit bits’ with built in wi fi and/or bluetooth. They are all tracking, spying, data collecting and electronic control ‘bits’. The oura ring, watches, ear phones, head bands (transmits brain/neural info being used in ‘education’ for kids especially), and many more of these devices in cars, travel, homes (smart meter, smart fridge, smart TV, etc.) and – of course – smart phones.

And avoid anything ‘virtual’ (as in ‘virtual virus’ which we all know about).

Now being heavily marketed as good for health, modern, fashionable, ‘must-have’, etc.

https://www.lifewire.com/what-is-fitbit-4176010#what-is-a-fitbit

tony_0pmoc
tony_0pmoc
May 11, 2021 1:13 AM
Reply to  May Hem

Yeh, but no one could give a sh1t. Not Google. Not anyone, except maybe to put some adverts on your mobile phone. By all means turn it off, if you really want to, but it is highly unlikely to make the slightest difference. OK I have seen the Canadian video, where if you download an app, if they want to, they can turn on your mobile phone’s microphone, hear absolutely everything you say, and even if you have your mobile phone anywhere near your bed, photograph you and even video you having sex..

Presumably because these spies, have never really come out of their own aresholes, and just spy on you for kicks.

They are only looking. they are not actually doing you any harm.

Just open the curtains wide, when the sun is shining

It is completely normal to have sex, even if you are as old as me and my wife…

If The Spies want to photograph it – Good luck to them.

They don’t of course. They are not the slightest bit interested, except to make the likes of you and me paranoid, because you think that “they” are watching you, and they are not. Why should such arseholes have any interest with either you or me, when they have got their own death porn to watch on The BBC.

Get a grip, and give your friend a cuddle.

Tony

Howard
Howard
May 11, 2021 4:28 AM
Reply to  tony_0pmoc

You overlook that the Peter Principle applies to gadgets as well as corporate ladder climbers. That Principle is made manifest with the proviso that all space must be filled.

Super duper computers capable of holding trillions of terabytes must…be filled with trillions of terabytes. Therefore, “they” have little choice but to watch you and record your antics; and, of course, systematically catalogue them so their super duper computers won’t sit beckoning to be fed.

A pack of wolves on the prowl for food has nothing on a giant computer starved for data.

May Hem
May Hem
May 11, 2021 4:45 AM
Reply to  tony_0pmoc

Tony – you have misunderstood. This spying is not about watching you having sex. Its about data-mining, the new gold industry – and worse, recording your pulse, blood type, breathing rate, neural impulses, emotional state, even your thoughts. We are now very close to ‘pre-emptive strikes’ where you can be arrested for having ‘criminal thoughts’, even before you take any action. This is one of the ways they will stop any rebellion or disobedience which may harm/delay the Great Set-up.

Please do some research – this is serious stuff. I already have a sent a comment here about this with a link to Whitney Webb’s site. And this is one of the best, if you’re genuinely interested:

https://wrenchinthegears.com/

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
May 11, 2021 3:02 PM
Reply to  May Hem

If the advertising includes the word “smart” it is designed for the stupid or moronic.

Ort
Ort
May 11, 2021 9:11 PM

Yes, “smart” as a marketing buzzword actually means “It does all the important thinking for you, so you don’t have to strain your own brain.”

Dick
Dick
May 10, 2021 11:46 PM

Weird how all of sudden Covid is not mentioned on OG. At all. It’s not over. It’s just beginning. But then again, maybe they know that.

Sophie - Admin1
Admin
Sophie - Admin1
May 11, 2021 8:15 AM
Reply to  Dick

We have THREE articles in our Latest bar that have ‘covid’ in the title, and several others that discuss covid. The top three sections on the front page are ALL about covid.

And yet you managed to get three four seven people morons to believe your reality-defying claim, just by saying it.

Neither you nor they will get anything out of being here. So why not take your infantile email address and depart.

Sam
Sam
May 12, 2021 1:19 AM

Me thinks you do protest too much. Distraction seems to be the name of the game.

Sam - Admin2
Admin
Sam - Admin2
May 12, 2021 1:58 AM
Reply to  Sam

Oh shut up

May Hem
May Hem
May 10, 2021 11:16 PM

I’ve posted this link recently and will do so again as it pertains to this article.

The Biden mob propose creating a new agency supposedly to detect cancer and other diseases in people BEFORE they manifest. That’s the cover story. In fact, the surveilance will be total including the use of wearable technology (fit bits) which monitor, and transmit the valuable data on your nerve impulses, breathing and heart rate, skin and body temperature, and much more.

This is to collect data to analyse not only your likes, dislikes, associations, etc, but also your thoughts and emotional reactions.

Why – so you can be arrested for having the Wrong Thoughts BEFORE you take action. Like covid, it is nothing to do with health. Hello 1984!

“Far from “ending cancer” in the way most Americans might envision it, the proposed agency would merge “national security” with “health security” in such as way as to use both physical and mental health “warning signs” to prevent outbreaks of disease or violence before they occur. Such a system is a recipe for a technocratic “pre-crime” organization with the potential to criminalize both mental and physical illness as well as “wrongthink.”

Explained much better by the excellent journalist Whitney Webb:

https://unlimitedhangout.com/2021/05/investigative-reports/this-biden-proposal-could-make-the-us-a-digital-dictatorship/

Edith
Edith
May 11, 2021 5:02 AM
Reply to  May Hem

A friend is already doing this via a device called a Healy …which she thinks will heal her various ailments….meanwhile it collects heaps of data on her and her mates into it and I often wonder how much spying on anyone else who comes in close contact…they all think this is some great gadget to help them and they are paving the way for a better future…no telling some people…

Kika
Kika
May 11, 2021 5:41 AM
Reply to  Edith

Agreed Edith. Many are bamboozled by the slick marketing of fit bits. They don’t see the evil. I think the world is really reflecting the end of the Age of Pisces (poisons, illusions, religion) and the beginning of the Age of Aquarius (groups, aloofness (ie social distancing), electricity, technology, innovation and change. What do you think?

Ort
Ort
May 11, 2021 9:06 PM
Reply to  Edith

I don’t know if your friend is aware of the data-collection aspects of “smart” devices, and if so how they rationalize this circumstance.

But some time ago I thought of a parallel or metaphor that I thought was inspired, although it got no traction when I posted it. So I’ll try again.

It started with a discussion with my sister– we’re both in our late 60s– about my then-30something niece’s enthusiasm for Facebook, and her indifference to its insidious embedded data-gathering. My sister’s aversion to FB softened once grandchildren arrived, sorry to say, but in those early days my niece scornfully opined that her mother’s concerns “sound like some kind of leftover Cold War paranoia”.

It seemed clear enough that it wasn’t just a matter of younger social-media enthusiasts (aka addicts) being oblivious to Big Tech data-gathering; it was as much, or more, a propensity to be indifferent to it.

I finally hit on the parallel: I suggested that for these willing data-contributors, it was something akin to donating blood (donating, not selling). That is, it struck me that the data-donors didn’t mind their data being harvested; in their view, the sites were welcome to it. They saw no obvious down side, and they were happy to be a self-replenishing source of data if it supported a site and activity they enjoyed.

I can easily imagine fitbit-users spinning their use, harvested data and all, as virtuous: not sinister “surveillance” at all, but more like donating one’s data to science.

May Hem
May Hem
May 11, 2021 10:28 PM
Reply to  Ort

Exactly right, Ort. And the fit-bit consumers don’t even know what you’re talking about if you attempt to explain. I usually get a reply such as “but I’m not doing anything wrong so I don’t mind if they collect my data”.

Ignorance is bliss – but not for long!

Edwige
Edwige
May 10, 2021 11:07 PM

Interesting discussion on why the self-professed elite hate humanity:

https://jaysanalysis.com/2021/05/07/solari-report-great-reset-the-philosophic-roots-of-transhumanism-catherine-austin-fitts-jay-dyer/

Austin Fitts makes a very interesting comment at the end about the plague laws of the Hanseatic League.

I discovered a useful insight into “the insurrection” on the weekend. Hitler wrote in ‘Mein Kampf’ about the Nazis mustn’t be like men wondering about in animal skins. He was referring to neo-pagan nationalists who wore animal skins thinking they gave them the animal’s power. Hitler didn’t want to be like them not so much because he disliked their ideas but because they were politically ineffectual. Now, who was the poster boy of “the insurrection”?…

wardropper
wardropper
May 10, 2021 10:49 PM

Dante, from the after-life:
“Damn. I knew I’d left out a ring in that inferno somewhere…”

Doing this to the human race has to entail a much more horrific punishment than the usual fire and brimstone thing…

Howard
Howard
May 11, 2021 3:46 AM
Reply to  wardropper

Oh, there’s a much meaner fate to be wished on those driving the madness: to be reincarnated as an ordinary human, bereft of the trappings of power and wealth. That way, they could stew in their own juices.

Penelope
Penelope
May 10, 2021 10:41 PM

I can’t see that the emerging tyranny is any more “leftist” than “rightist.”

MaryLS
MaryLS
May 11, 2021 4:07 AM
Reply to  Penelope

You are correct. The political left/right paradigm is meaningless in this context. It is instead, the prople (everybody) vs. ruling elites, and nationalists ( countries) vs. Globalism, one-world government.

Dors
Dors
May 11, 2021 6:03 AM
Reply to  MaryLS

The political left/right paradigm is meaningless in this context.

Yes, that’s right,

It is instead, the prople (everybody) vs. ruling elites

Yes, – from the perspective of the latter, and a mere fraction of the former only … strange as it may be. So, if there is a conflict at the basis of the situation, it’s a conflict of a different kind: maybe between ideas.

nationalists ( countries) vs. Globalism, one-world government

Orban’s nationalists in Hungary on board with the agenda, nationalist Israel leading the world in the execution of the globalist plans, nationalists in Poland ditto. “America first” nationalist Trump promoting mass vaccination, with most of his supporters following, etc etc. Nationalism is basically a middle-of-the-road thing : a road bump in the natural society’s tendency toward totalitarianism. Throughout the history of nationalism, it has often crushed the individual. Nationalism presents nothing profoundly opposed to “globalism.”
Globalism in turn, being an -ism, implies a devotion to ideas, which is hardly what one can expect from psychopaths, other high-level criminals, political conformists, armchair thinkers… The image of “globalism” is there, to be sure, like many other images, it’s a projection.

Alternatively, we can see all this as a story of a growing up for the most of the population. A young person works hard and gains a lot, and so did the masses in the past hundred years. That makes the world look harmonious. But, in truth, neither what they have gained was very substantial, nor deserved through struggles that were deeply personal. They worked hard – but in bad educational, economic &political systems that mostly made them obey orders. Their respectable social status, with enviable rights : mostly pretenses. Their material benefits : spectacular, but different from those that enable a productive life of an independent individual. Now, the bildungsroman hero / the Mr. Pangloss of today will experience traumas, and many twists of fate, with the future impossible to predict.

Thom1111
Thom1111
May 10, 2021 10:27 PM

Communism is a he’ll of a thing.

gordan
gordan
May 10, 2021 10:41 PM
Reply to  Thom1111

democracy demonocracy
rot
zion ism
marxism cultural transformation
khazarian revolutionary plots
the sovereign man adopts contacts into civil soceity
human rights under civil policy regulated
capitalism communism

same families old protocols
satanick sicko

wardropper
wardropper
May 10, 2021 10:43 PM
Reply to  Thom1111

When did you last see a communist?
The world is now run by arrogant, corrupt, elitist fools.

Communism was out-of-date a long time ago.

Ooink
Ooink
May 10, 2021 11:06 PM
Reply to  wardropper

Yeah but we’re all in this together 😉

Saint Jimmy
Saint Jimmy
May 10, 2021 11:37 PM
Reply to  Ooink

Are you from Hollywood???

Thom1111
Thom1111
May 11, 2021 1:32 AM
Reply to  wardropper

There are communist sympathizers posting on this site and others. Trudeau is doing the work for the ccp. The hard left loyalists are legion and are the enemies of humanity. They are among us. Fascism is also used by the DS but in Western countries Bolshevik methods have been in big play and protected from being shut down. Example antifa and BLM wreak havoc… it’s a war.

Waldorf
Waldorf
May 13, 2021 6:47 PM
Reply to  Thom1111

I do not avoid women, Mandrake. But I do deny them my essence.

Freeborn John
Freeborn John
May 10, 2021 10:25 PM

Let’s not pretend this is just the USA.
New laws and work around are being introduced across the board.
They have a unified response, are in lockstep.
Domestic terrorism, online harms, making the internet safe.
The apathetic masses really, really don’t care.

Edwige
Edwige
May 10, 2021 10:58 PM
Reply to  Freeborn John

Nothing in the USA that I’ve seen is as terrifying as the ruling by the German constitutional court today (about the government’s duty to fight climate change overriding any other right people might have thought they had0.

JohnEss
JohnEss
May 11, 2021 2:51 AM
Reply to  Edwige

Oh yes. How right you are.

Germany is centralising its power in familiar ways.

So much so, that a German national we know who is stuck in Australia due to the unlawful travel restrictions is being advised by his family not to return, as his homeland is becoming an extremely dangerous and undesirable place in which to live.

May Hem
May Hem
May 11, 2021 4:50 AM
Reply to  JohnEss

Australia could soon become even worse!

Tony_0pmoc
Tony_0pmoc
May 10, 2021 9:53 PM

Good News from Boris Johnson. Apparently I am allowed to hug, anyone who wants to hug me from Monday, even if they are wearing a Mask.

I have never said no to a hug in my life, and I am not normally that offended by a full frontal kiss, especially when its a bloke taking the p1ss..with both his wife and mine, watching pretending we are gay….fully clothed of course whilst dancing to a heavy rock band in our local pub.

Not completely convinced it will get back to normal quite yet., but it seems a bit better than it was a year ago, though I have no real world positive feedback yet of the new rules, which I have completely ignored, since this COVID nonsense started. I have only had 4 adult hugs in the last year. They were completely consensual, and we weren’t embarrassed.

I do like dancing with men, but much prefer dancing with girls.

Its just the way I am.

Cheer up. It might get better. Just do not have a jab. A sloppy kiss is O.K. if you really like your friend.

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George Mc
George Mc
May 10, 2021 9:33 PM

You can use whatever terminology you want- communist, Marxist, fascist, or for that matter Democrat or Republican, it’s becoming increasingly clear that even the pretence of Western free speech is over. Through the claim of a life-or-death viral situation, you can get away with a great deal of clamp downs otherwise unthinkable but the longer this COVID crap goes on, the more even the dumbest start to wonder. So ultimately what the elite will have to rely on is actual physical separation between the plebs. They will be working towards a hive society in physical actuality.

Saint Jimmy
Saint Jimmy
May 10, 2021 9:42 PM
Reply to  George Mc

Yes. There is no “left”, any longer, or a traditional “right”, unless you consider these people fascist, in which case they are all extreme right. Their first order of business was to accumulate extreme wealth, capture as much of the US political system as possible and tear down any barriers to extreme wealth concentration and oligarchy in as many economic sectors as possible, including media and entertainment. Then, deconstruct political financing laws and capture the two US political parties. Viola!

Edwige
Edwige
May 10, 2021 10:54 PM
Reply to  George Mc

“Through the claim of a life-or-death viral situation, you can get away with a great deal of clamp downs otherwise unthinkable”.

Wait until you see the life-or-death climate situation, it’s going to make Covid look like peanuts. We’ll look back on this as the good old days.

Howard
Howard
May 11, 2021 3:52 AM
Reply to  Edwige

The question I would like to pose to those who maintain that the planet still has lots and lots of resources is this:

Why in hell would cost conscious capitalists be considering mining the ocean floor for resources if they don’t have to?

Kika
Kika
May 11, 2021 4:53 AM
Reply to  Howard

They’re looking for oil. Desperate for it. Yes, I know, there is still oil but so difficult to get that its not worth the cost.

magumba
magumba
May 11, 2021 8:24 AM
Reply to  Kika

They said it wasn’t worth the cost to exploit many of the small marginal fields in the waters around the UK that were discovered in the late 60’s and 70’s jump forward to around 1990 and there was a push to exploit them as recovery methods had advanced,the age of the converted supertanker being turned into a giant oil bee sucking out that black gold then moving on to the next flower comes to mind.

De Beers now mines diamonds from the gravels off the sea floor.We are reaching the point where no mineral or hydrocarbon is out of bounds of exploitation due to location or ”difficulty” and the ptb want it for themselves, energy is their lifeblood and their control system,Why has there never been a push for cheap abundant nuclear power ? and i mean a really concerted push for it? safety ? funding? public opinion? non of them….its all about control

dr death
dr death
May 11, 2021 5:09 PM
Reply to  George Mc

the new system will be kritocracy, based on assumed adherence to the new ‘moralities’ and ideological fiat… the stalinists used a similar mandate when imprisoning ideological ‘transgressors’ or certifying them insane, you can see shadows of this with the hunting of various ‘theorists’ and ‘deniers’ on social media, and the unhinged almost religious fervor of their harpy apparatchiks etc etc.

but the new model will be much more effective, thanks to surveillance tek and simply because the herd are now much more simple and because there are whole swathes of new ‘citizens’ that can be primed and armed for ‘selective duty’.. so in effect things will be much much worse.. living in the old GDR will in fact seem like utopian dream (hint: you are already way past that)..

the rich of course will get richer..

S Cooper
S Cooper
May 10, 2021 9:04 PM

Here is one article that Billy Eugenics, Mengele Jr (Fauci) and the Langley-Land cyber censors down at the Nazi Suppression Agency (NSA) probably want to make go away.

https://www.globalresearch.ca/healthy-utah-high-school-athlete-develops-blood-clots-brain-following-covid-injection/5744865
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“Long overdue for them to go away. They have culled and they will cull again.”

S Cooper
S Cooper
May 10, 2021 9:31 PM
Reply to  S Cooper

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Rhisiart Gwilym
Rhisiart Gwilym
May 10, 2021 10:21 PM
Reply to  S Cooper

Well done, SCooper! You’re actually escaping from the repeating groove. This fork-lift gag is great! 🙂

wardropper
wardropper
May 10, 2021 10:46 PM

Yep. It’s very refreshing to see some new material.

Kika
Kika
May 11, 2021 4:55 AM
Reply to  S Cooper

I like the sign. Perhaps we can be called the catchy “virus violators”?

Dante
Dante
May 11, 2021 1:02 AM
Reply to  S Cooper

I fully agree
In some cases the pet’s more clever then the owner

DomoebaMalingera
DomoebaMalingera
May 11, 2021 7:17 AM
Reply to  Dante

Most!

Tim Glass
Tim Glass
May 10, 2021 8:31 PM

This has been years in the making, at least since 9/11. Just over a year ago, the DHS held this meeting:
(235) Confronting the Rise in Anti-Semitic Domestic Terrorism, Part II – YouTube

Ooink
Ooink
May 10, 2021 11:10 PM
Reply to  Tim Glass

“The individual” vs “the organised State”, which doesn’t like the individual has always been here.

Saint Jimmy
Saint Jimmy
May 10, 2021 8:16 PM

We could all make lists of their “targets”. Most of us, I suspect, could be included in their target groups. Badge of honor.

magumba
magumba
May 11, 2021 8:34 AM
Reply to  Saint Jimmy

Did you have too much to dream last night?,maybe you are having impure thoughts ? I would much prefer to NOT be wearing any kind of badge thang you berry mudge

Lets leave the badges to those wearing the mask of subjugation and shame….at least those with a functioning brain capable of independant thought and action can avoid the masked blackbloods and treat them for what they truly are or are about to become namely ‘the enemy’