Why Is The Deep State Conducting An Attempted Coup In The United States?

This was first posted on June the 5th to show that some of us knew that there was going to be a deep state election coup in America, with the Democrats on the bleeding edge of that spear.  Now to be fair, others said that this would happen.  I saw the bad guys setting up the coup.  But I thought they would set it up then back off.  But they didn’t back off.  They went right ahead and stole the election as planned.  Even though Trump came dancing out of the hospital and turned the tables with his fantastic electioneering, the deep state decided NOT to back off. And they went ahead with the coup anyway.  How about that hey?  The worlds most holistic prophet got it wrong.  But some people got it right.  E Michael Jones and Sibel Edmonds got it right and they did not expect a back-down.

Why has the Deep State gone to all this trouble? Pandemic’s, lockdowns, protests and a Democratic candidate that will soon be a vegetable? It resembles a coup. But what is the motive if the Deep State already controls things? They are gunning hard for a different political system entirely. Now that they have been caught with 9/11 and other faked events/false flag attacks……… Now that they have been caught redhanded they need to act quickly.

Sibel thinks that the coup leaders will not take over the mainstream media, since they have already taken it over. But she’s thinking that there will be an interim President appointed. So you see now why they went to all the trouble of appointing a Democratic party Presidential contender with obvious dementia.

30 thoughts on “Why Is The Deep State Conducting An Attempted Coup In The United States?

  1. You cannot thank Soros and the others for the extra employment because they’ve destroyed all the black small businesses by placing bricks in the right places and by other instigating means. So they are net employment destroyers. And their giving us a dysfunctional and parasitical finance system destroys more and more wealth and employment each year.

    This Gary Legum just an evil Jew laughing at the rest of us? Probably right? Pissing himself laughing at getting the black man to destroy the businesses of the black man? Yeah he thinks its a riot.


  2. Greg was right. It wasn’t a big issue not long ago. The oligarchy has been working very hard to make racism an issue again. You never give these people enough credit Steve.

    They work hard Steve. They are parasites and yet they work very very hard in some areas.


  3. For once I can agree with Not Trampis on this one. A kinder, gentler police force, on foot is what we need. Forget the wheels. We need police who are good walkers, who talk to everyone. We need to bring a certain friendliness and respect back to the uniform. In a pinch fearing the uniform may get you past the next few months. But in the longer run its the officer who is right there communicating with everyone on foot that will bring a better community.


  4. Thought this sort of thing might happen. After all 800 years ago we were still in the prior warm period. But one part of me wanted to give industrial civilisation the lions share of the credit for growing CO2 levels. Because since these are two good things, for the most part, you want to give one the credit for the other. Still while us puny humans cannot do much to CO2 levels in the longer run we ought to be able to take credit for perhaps evening out the CO2 levels and giving us a few extra points over the medium term. I sure hope the efforts of puny humans can mitigate the coming CO2 plunge. If we have a CO2 plunge in our lifetime, and the timing really is quite right for that, then this would thin our numbers out considerably. There ought to be no other “carbon mitigation” beyond soil development. Thats the only way to hedge our bets.


  5. 1 trump must win the election. I began to think he will late week.
    2 no second wave. That’s becoming less of a possibility I think.

    To the first point the people who put a man with Alzheimers as his competitor might be trying to change the basic Republican way of government, if they feel confident to do so. If they don’t at least they have half a dozen culprits they can blame for the economic meltdown.

    In the second case thats entirely up to the people who created the first wave. I think they will be very confident about planting a new strain, or continuing to spread the old one. They could only postpone the inherent instability caused by financial looting so long. So now they’ve got to blame the breakdown on …. well you know … list them:

    Black people rioting, The Chinese, an Act of God involving bats, One of their front groups like Antifa ….. The Russians are always pretty good when you want someone to blame now right? Could blame the Police, Blame Climate Change, Could blame it all on Trump.

    Last time with the 2008 looting spree they actually tried to blame the blacks for the meltdown. Black people taking advantage of the innocent bankers. That actually worked at first. Certainly it worked for Catallaxy. This time there are so many more people they’ve set up to be the patsy for their crimes.

    Its a beautifully crafted operation when you think about it. Here in Australia its like we’ve had the plagues of Egypt falling one of the other, from drought, to fire, to flood, pandemic, economic depression.

    They don’t look like they are through with us yet. Be interesting to see what they come up with next.


  6. From Catallaxy just before the smite came down:

    Tokugawa Vanne Dam
    #3479092, posted on June 8, 2020 at 9:46 pm

    Jean-Baptiste Say explained Says law at a time well prior to the Californian Gold Rush. There were still many smaller 3 or 4 man banks in those times and since growing gold deposits could not be guaranteed the capacity to expand upon the gold coins held on-call in their banks was very limited. This was particularly the case as he was French. And Bonaparte had never gone off the metal standard, preferring to pay the French soldiers in booty. Which explains the stamina of France in that long war.

    Really Say’s Law was already argued for by John Stuart Mill’s father (James Mill). They both would emphasise that the demand for “commodities” (they meant finished goods) was not the same as and did not create demand overall.

    What Say’s Law cannot tell us is how to look after aggregate demand. It cannot allow us to ignore monetary effects. It cannot eliminate demand management as an issue. It cannot justify fractional reserve.

    The main thing that Says Law does tell us however, is that fiscal ill-rectitude is not demand management. No economist who writes in these parts ever gets this story quite right.


  7. Jacob Frey Mayor of Minneapolis putting together an idiotic response to black lives matter.

    A Jew?

    Lets have a look at Wikipedia

    “Frey grew up in Oakton, Virginia, a suburb of Washington, D.C. His mother was born Jewish, and his father converted to Judaism.


  8. I wouldn’t resent peoples bad science CO2 delusions if these same people were reasonable individuals who we could come to some practical compromises with.

    By first hydrating the landscapes, we can get the carbon into the soils. Thereafter we can get the carbon into the buildings:


  9. There is a kind of natural welfare for fit people that can be had. Which involves building spectacularly beautiful high-rise buildings but with no lifts. Here the shop is on the first level, The rich people have a spectacularly luxurious second floor. As the floors go up the building slowly tapers for structural strength purposes. But the rents get lower and lower. Until you get to a floor that is still luxurious, though quite a bit smaller. That floor can be rented out to people for a nominal amount. Since they have so many stairs to climb. That may seem stupid but we want to house everyone and we want societies that function well even under wartime conditions. Right now if we are being attacked all our power goes down.


  10. Combining New urbanism ideas with some form of Georgism:

    Does car parking get much of a look-in? No under Georgism and new Urbanism principles you’d probably have high-rise parking on either side of the high-rise strip. Being at either end maybe the parking buildings would be higher than all the other buildings in the middle. Surface parking cannot really justify the expense of it all. Its probably better to build High-rise parking places at either end and encourage people only to drive between high-rise town areas. Not within them. Even if parking is communist. Things may go so far as to have almost no carsheds even where there are two story houses. People might get on their bicycles to retrieve their car to go for a long drive out of the city.

    For that matter, we have to strongly consider that under Georgist assumptions we would want to be pretty conservative about putting in new roads anywhere but always have good budgets for new tunnels. Since tunnels don’t have to justify the surface value of the land they represent….

    New tunnels Good …. New roads pretty dubious. New roads if they are tar-sealed have about ten times the construction costs of gravel. They take up too much land. They involve high energy costs for transport. Really we want cargo transport to involve very flat rail, sea, canal and dirigibles transport as much as could be possible. We have to take a 5000 year view of things here.

    From here on in parking needs to be even more high-rise then apartment buildings. Urban areas should be walkable. New population growth shouldn’t be in small towns. The other really high-rise buildings would be mostly just those right near to the train station. Yes they would need lifts, these really tall buildings. But there ought to be no parking. These might be the poorest people in the community that lived in these luxurious high-rise next to the station. And most likely you’d want them to bike a mile or so to retrieve their car from high-rise communist storage if they wanted to go for a long drive every month or so.

    To get every car thats not moving right up in the air the communist carpark buildings might look a bit like this:

    Except maybe scaled down in volume a lot and hopefully more aesthetically pleasing. It should be clear that car parking simply cannot justify all the surface space its taking.

    New urbanism suggests that you want to have every possible thing you need within about a 400 metre walk. They emphasise 5-8 storey buildings. I’d perhaps go a little higher with the upper floors as natural welfare for fit poor people. But in the main I defer to their expertise.

    I think as the buildings taper to a point where they are still big enough for a passing dirigible to drop cargo off, perhaps the last couple of floors could be water storage, hot and cold. This is because we are facing a great deal of energy deprivation the rest of this century. Since white maggot scum have planned it that way. Yes I know I know we could be doing the whole thing on thorium. And I’m glad that “Legalise Sedition” has weathered well and matured in his thinking (over at Catallaxy) and is in favour of this sort of thing. But its going to be decades before we get out of our energy deprived status.

    Consider the poor fit guy on the twelfth floor who pays only nominal rent? He’ll always have a part-time job delivering the cargo from the dirigible to everyones door. Its a beautiful system really and we want to make it one that allows society to function well under conditions of extended nuclear war.


  11. Powell’s Kraken lawsuit cites Ron Watkins and a source identical to the bio of Q, and accuses Iran and China of working together to overthrow the US government. It’s just Q gussied up in a suit.

    If she was Q kitted out to look like a lawyer I would be skeptical of her also. But what you don’t understand monty, is that Q is a limited hangout. The whole concept of how a limited hangout works is that it DOESN’T WORK, unless most of what the asset says is true. Its gotta be mostly true monty. So your logic fails. Q lies sure. But most of what he says is true.


  12. When the tables turned at Gettysburg the SECOND TIME it was more righteous than the first. The tables turning at Gettysburg the first time could have been interpreted as MIGHT MAKES RIGHT. But the second time the tables turned it was TRUTH that counted.


  13. “It reinforces my view that China is already doing more than its fair share by committing to a 2060 target for zero carbon emission.”

    These may be less empty words than our own proclamations. But five times zero still equals zero right? Forget about what they put on the label.

    “The Nobel laureate William Nordhaus have long argued that we ought to anticipate that future generations will be wealthier than the present, and so some kind of inter-generational equity is required in addressing climate change.”

    Too long has he argued this I think. Where is the evidence for this? Excluding the “top one per cent” why would he make this assumption? Debt is being stacked up hand over fist, policy is bad and getting worse, and oil production from traditional wells hit an oscillating peak around 2005. So Nordhaus might want to look carefully at that assumption. The real equity question is between people now and other people now. Not between generations but between the exploiters and the exploited.


  14. They really have no idea. Earth was not always a particularly watery world. And even in the dinosaurs age the seas were quite small. The biggest ocean, that is to say the Pacific ocean, is also the newest ocean. The earth has expanded massively since that time. But at least they are on the right track by realising that the surface of the earth was never any good venue for biogenesis. These scientists are looking for biogenesis in all the wrong places.

    For biogenesis they ought to be looking at conditions INSIDE small planets out in the boonies. Like Pluto. They also have their timeline all wrong because of their top-down idiocy of the Big Bang. They ought to be thinking trillions of years ago. Nonetheless this article constitutes some kind of progress. But its like pulling teeth with these dummies.


  15. Ben you and Geoff need to be realistic about it and concede that David is right. Because if you are carrying extra weight ultimately that means more CO2 release.

    “Even for long distance, EV trucks seem like a pretty good bet, but that is a bit of a distraction.”

    No they are not a good bet. Thats wrong. And no advance in technology can make it right. Because there are limits to chemical energy storage in battery form and they have been almost reached. Diesel is the best energy storage. The diesel engine is far more important than the internet.

    Once we know that, and conceding your point about some of the good things about renewables, then the idea is to bring back the overhead tram wires for cities with ports and train stations. That way we can have renewable energy taking containers across town for unloading. And renewable energy for internal city heavy cargo transport.

    We want to do everything we can but if you put heavy cargo transport on the backs of renewables, without overhead wires, you will be releasing more and not less CO2.

    The fault here is the Whiggish approach to technology. The faith that technology gets better all the time so the new technology is always the best. Actually there is great old technology and our failure to apply a lot of the old stuff more fully is our chief handicap as a species.


  16. “Gee. I would not have thought global average of 20 degrees would barely be survivable unless you were living in a air conditioned dome anywhere on the planet – but I really don’t know what the daily temperature at the poles in summer or winter would be like under those conditions.”

    This is a popular misconception. Instead what happens is you have these niches. When the planet heats up the maximum daily temperatures at the equator don’t change. What changes instead is that the tropical niche expands and it pushes the other niches north and south, and up the mountains. So if you get 45 degree maximums in the desert somewhere this doesn’t change into a 65 degree maximum. In the tropics the night-time temperatures may seldom get under 28 but the daytime temperatures seldom get over 38.

    I mean when the planet heats up sure the total amount of joules in the biosphere becomes tremendous. But these joules don’t express themselves in very strong maximum temperatures. They just express as the tropical zone expanding and pushing the others outward so to speak.


  17. “Let’s face facts. Renewables are not only economically destructive, they kill people.”

    If coupled to the grid yes. We should decouple them from the grid with extreme prejudice, then try and find off-grid uses for the intermittent energy. I spend a lot of time in hostile territory. And so I have to concede that much. Yes fine lets encourage the intermittent sources (but encouragement can never include straight per unit subsidies) … but they must not be part of the grid. I want to be able to speak the same way no matter whose turf I’m on. So I have to make that concession. Let them have all the renewables they want. But its got to be off the grid as a matter of urgency.

    Here is an example that is quite analogous or symbolic of what we should think when it comes to intermittency:

    If you are working with electric fences far from the house there are two points to be made.

    1. The solar generated electricity must never be sent straight through the wires. You will kill your animals or alternatively you will have no real fence there when the sun goes behind a cloud.

    2. The photovoltaic electricity always ALWAYS must go through a battery. So storage must be where generation is. Not 10, 100 or 1000 kilometres away. But right there on location.

    3. If you leave your solar panel right next to the roadside it will always get stolen. So intermittent energy is proven empirically as being valuable by the inevitable theft of these little panels. Valuable off the grid. Just not valuable as part of the grid.

    4. Some forms of encouragement are okay. But never per unit subsidies. Because wealth creation comes from reinvestment and subsidies divert attention away from future capacity and onto current per unit production. So subsidies work against wealth creation and sustainability. Zero interest loans to sole traders are probably valid But subsidies are never valid. So its okay to give custom grazers zero interest loans to buy more electric fences. Its never okay to subsidise the solar panels for electric fences.


  18. The weather is a chaotic system driven by electrical difference between the ionosphere and the deep earth and the shenanigans that goes into the efforts that come about, to make those differences less. Sorry for humanising natural forces. Hunter Thompson said that electricity is homesick and lazy. I follow that way of thinking.

    So you make an excellent point Peter Fitzroy. But put yourself in our shoes? When it heats up its global warming (hydrocarbon output). When it cools down its climate change. When it stays right about the same of course its global warming because the solar power has dropped off so global warming has to be press-ganged in to explain the relative stasis.

    This was the problem Popper had with Freud. The fellow goes and jumps in the lake and the Freudian comes in with his explanation. But of course if he doesn’t jump in the lake still the Freudian explanation holds. Popper thought that Einstein did a better job of it (not true) but still the point is well-made.

    Yes its true that if the climate change happens, and this is to do with space weather…….. and then the jet streams wriggle all out of whack, then this can deliver Arctic air to Texas and I can see that. So if that was the one comment you ever made I’d have to pat you on the back for it.

    But CO2 is as inert a gas as could be imagined with regards to electrical energy. This is not the cause. And we would be happier if the left occasionally threw the dog a bone. Like with Michael Moore pretty recently? That was very good work by Michael and his people.


  19. Okay guys if you think that panorama is impressive. And you think that its taken on Mars … Why is the sun indistinct? Why is the sky not black? Yes there are winds that blow sand and dust around, but are we saying that these particles will have a diffusing effect on the sun, and that these dust particles will create a non-black daytime sky, for the entirety of the perseverance mission?

    Think what they have revealed to us so far. I few boring sound effects. And a view of the planet Mars that looks just like an arctic island, transformed only be some colour manipulation. NASA never investigates anything interesting. They find interesting stuff by accident and then make it go away. They keep sucking away all that cash. And its not clear that they have the technology for a rover mission on Mars, even if the leopard changed its spots, and supposing they wanted to do the right thing.


  20. ““The wicked know that if the ill they do be of sufficient horror that men will not speak against it. ” (Cormac McCarthy)

    The main idea that all of us should be waking up with, is that we need to stop our family members from getting this VACATION (my spelling may not be up to scratch) Delay delay delay. I have a comment in moderation and I’m sure there is a good reason for it. But the success of your family is now up to the simple idea of making sure none of them get this VACATION. That means reassuring them that its okay to be unemployed. And that the rest of the family can look after them, their belongings, and maybe even their mortgage, while they find their feet again.

    When the American Indians were thinned out by various processes, the new settlers discovered this fantastic land of prairies full of animals, and rivers full of fish. But it was more hard yakka for us Australians. So the Americans had this ideal of individualism. But we Australians had this idea of never leaving your mates behind. And of helping each-other. Even some of our errant family members. So its within our heritage to make promises to our family members … Just to get them to delay delay delay this VACATION.

    Lets not be deluded that they are experimenting on us like guinea pigs. Thats not the case. The studies have already been conducted, the animals were hurt, and the big guys liked what they saw.


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