I’m against all violence, I denounce all violence, I legitimately don’t see a purpose in violence.

But I’ve got a joke for you:

What do you get when you cross a disenfranchised and beaten down, broken population of young white men with a society that abandons them and treats them like trash, blocks their ability to successfully reproduce, floods them with foreigners who hate them for no good reason and then locks them in their houses and steals their election?

I’ll tell you what you get: you get what you fucking deserve.

Whether I want it, whether you want it, whether the government wants it, violence is coming because the conditions for violence have been so meticulously created by the US federal government and by the international democracy system.

Claiming that 70 million Americans are a “terrorist threat” is not going to change that.

I didn’t want it to come to this, and I still don’t.

But this society is now locked on rails, and it’s going to end up wherever it ends up.


Federal law enforcement officials are warning that domestic extremists are likely more emboldened to carry out attacks on President-elect Joe Biden’s upcoming inauguration and throughout 2021 after seeing the success of last week’s siege on the US Capitol.

The threat is further complicating an already monumental challenge facing law enforcement agencies tasked with securing Washington in the coming days.

CNN has learned that federal law enforcement agencies, in a series of bulletins and calls with local partners this week, have issued an urgent call for assistance in securing the nation’s capital as the inauguration nears, and painted a dire picture of potential threats leading up to January 20.

Officials are warning that last Wednesday’s attack on the US Capitol by supporters of President Donald Trump will likely motivate additional follow-on attacks by extremists throughout 2021, according to an intelligence bulletin dated Wednesday and obtained by CNN.

Warning that the people who attacked the Capitol largely viewed their efforts as a success, the FBI, Department of Homeland Security and Office of the Director of National Intelligence said the attack “very likely will serve as a significant driver of violence” for a diverse set of domestic extremists, according to the bulletin.

The joint US government intelligence bulletin was first reported by The New York Times.

“The violent breach of the US Capitol Building is very likely part of an ongoing trend in which (extremists) exploit lawful protests, rallies, and demonstrations, and other gatherings to carry out ideologically-motivated violence and criminal activity,” the intelligence bulletin warned.

The range of potential future targets of attack was varied, with intelligence officials warning in the bulletin that extremists could zero-in on government officials and institutions, as well as racial and religious minorities, journalists and members of the LGBTQ+ community.

The bulletin also indicated that the January 6 attack may have served as a venue for extremists of differing ideological motivations to foster connections.

I think they must mean Richard Spencer and the rest of the neo-Nazis furthering their ideological alliance with Jewish journalists.

Here’s a screenshot of those tweets, which you should all save, just in case at some point in the future they get deleted and someone tries to claim that Richard Spencer did not explicitly call for Nick Fuentes to be prosecuted for peacefully protesting abuses by the federal government).

Maybe – just maybe – they will finally accept him and give him an unpaid blogging job at HuffPo.

In addition to the perceived success of the January 6 Capitol attack, intelligence officials warned that the response by law enforcement could also motivate extremists to respond with violence, including at Biden’s upcoming inauguration.

“Since the (Capitol attack), violent online rhetoric regarding the (inauguration) has increased, with some calling for unspecified ‘justice’ ” for a rioter shot by police inside the Capitol, the bulletin said.

You hear that, kids?

Wanting “unspecified justice” is now terrorism.

Hold on to your hats – this ride is gonna get BUMPY.

Other motivations for possible future attacks included anti-government views held by extremists, as well as grievances associated with the false narrative that the 2020 presidential election was stolen.

“The increasing prevalence and influence of conspiracy theories based on a belief in the existence of global or ‘deep state’ actors who work to manipulate various social, political, and/or economic conditions of the United States very likely serves as a driver of some (extremist) violence,” the report said.

The conspiracy theory-laden language observed by US intelligence officials has often mirrored baseless claims made by Trump. Throughout his presidency, Trump has claimed without evidence that a nefarious group of “deep state” actors have been secretly working to undermine his presidency, and he has continually spread disinformation about the integrity of the 2020 election.

Feds working with police around the country

As law enforcement prepares to respond to upcoming protests before and during the inauguration, FBI Director Chris Wray and Senior Official Performing the Duties of the Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security Ken Cuccinelli held a call Wednesday with law enforcement leaders from around the country to provide a briefing on the nationwide threat picture relating to planned protests, according to a person briefed on the call.

The source said the FBI briefed their law enforcement partners on intelligence reporting indicating protesters planned to conduct “peaceful, armed demonstrations” in Washington, DC, and at state capitols around the US on January 17 to protest the results of the 2020 election.

An FBI spokesperson confirmed the call, but did not provide additional details.

As CNN previously reported, an internal FBI bulletin disseminated to law enforcement warned that “armed protests” were being planned at all 50 state capitols and the US Capitol in Washington in the days leading up to the inauguration.

Oh my God the armed protests.

Did everyone not notice that the reason that the Capitol Storm was so perfect is that no one had guns, because guns are banned in Washington, DC?

I’m the person that is going to tell you, as I’ve always told you: the only time you ever want to take your gun into the street is if you’re planning on killing people.

I’m not your dad and I’m not your boss, but a gun is not a toy, and when you play with it like it’s a toy, or a fashion accessory, you make a mockery of everyone who ever died in any war, and you make a mockery of everyone protesting.

You also make life a whole lot easier for the feds, which is why the feds created this “armed protest” movement on Facebook. (Understand that: this entire “armed protest” phenomenon was invented on Facebook. There is no history of doing this, not in America or anywhere else on earth – historically, men did not have the minds of little boys playing games, and if men went out in the street with rifles, they were planning on using them to put holes in other people’s bodies).

The FBI indicated federal law enforcement is currently working to identify any suspected extremists who may pose a threat at the planned armed demonstrations.

That means they’re going to start arresting – or rather, “detaining” – people for pre-crimes based on internet posts. That is unambiguously what that sentence means.

So, just keep that in mind. Minority Report in full swing.

On the call, FBI officials said they remain concerned about the prospect of extremists appearing at planned rallies and conducting violence, and that violent domestic extremists continue to pose the most significant threat to Biden’s inauguration, according to another source familiar with the call.

“The chatter is off the charts right now,” one official told CNN on Tuesday regarding extremists talking online about future actions.

Federal officials stressed on the call with state, local, tribal and college campus law enforcement leaders that the FBI will not tolerate extremists using the First Amendment as a guide to incite violence, adding that they expect threats will continue past Biden’s inauguration, the source said.

Oh, dear.

No more First Amendment, huh Mr. Fed Guy?

I guess that’s for the best. Free speech was always against democracy.

I often think of that part in Pink Floyd’s “The Wall” when the guy yells: “how can you have any pudding if you don’t eat your meat?” and think, “how can you have any democracy if you don’t shut it down?”

A lot of laddies out there are reckoning themselves poets these days, and we gotta clamp it. Gotta shut ‘er down.

We can’t allow the First Amendment to be used as an excuse for goyim knowing.

Gotta shut ‘er down.

In addition to the potential threats at government buildings, officials discussed seeing an increased number of threats to private companies and their executives in recent days.

According to the source, federal officials said on the call that Russian actors have been amplifying the false narrative

Another government report is shedding light on how law enforcement officials are monitoring the threat of potential violence in the coming days.

According to an internal US Secret Service report dated January 11 and obtained by CNN, analysts with the Secret Service’s team responsible for monitoring websites and social media for planned demonstrations note that protesters unhappy with the 2020 election results are using online platforms to organize events in the Washington area and around the country.

In one online forum observed by investigators, the report indicated that a group calling itself “American Patriots Nationwide” is organizing a violent demonstration in Washington beginning on January 16. On its website, the group indicated it plans to use its members to surround the Capitol, White House and Supreme Court, and only allow the entry of people designated by Trump.

The Secret Service report said the American Patriots Nationwide group also planned to detain Democratic politicians who “played a role in planning or executing or supporting the attempted coup of the United States of America from 2016 to 2020.”

The Secret Service bulletin did not offer an assessment on the realistic nature of the planned rallies nor how much confidence investigators have in the ability of organizers to achieve their stated objectives.

According to the report, groups associated with the Boogaloo movement planned to host an armed march from the Washington Monument to the White House, and encouraged its members to bring weapons.

Yeah, anything related to “Boogaloo” is feds, as I’ve said from the very beginning of that gay bullshit. The obviousness of that is more off the charts than the latest chatter.

Don’t go to the inauguration. Whatever you do, do not do that. Don’t even go there and yell. Frankly, don’t even go there as a journalist or a peaceful observer or whatever. This is literally going to be like the coronation of Emperor Palpatine.

Frankly, I would stay away from any protests at all for quite a little while. Lay low. I’ve said it many times before, lay low.

All of these are potential setups by the feds. They’re looking to make anything happen. When they say they’re “monitoring chatter,” what they mean is, “we’re in these chat rooms trying to promote these people to commit acts of violence.”

The power of the Capitol Storm, and why it is supported by at least half of Republicans, is that it was not violent. I don’t want to talk about the role of violence in revolutions, and I’m not going to talk about that ever, really, but we can all understand this: the feds are looking for blood, and they are going to try their damndest to get some.

They wanted blood at the Capitol Storm, which is why it was allowed to happen in the first place, and all they got was a woman, a military vet who fought in their stupid Jew wars, murdered by a traitor cop.

Her name was Ashli Babbitt, by the way. May God damn your soul if you ever forget that name.

As we recorded yesterday, the government officials themselves are flipping out because the masses of people supported the Capitol Storm. What they are attempting to do is, somehow make that support go away, and the obvious way (from the view of a council of high level fed cops and other intelligence agents, who probably didn’t get where they are by being particularly creative), is to solidify the narrative that the Capitol Stormers were “terrorists” and “insurgents” by creating some really gross, bloody scene.

Basically, the game plan is to just send pros into chat rooms and start talking about how “somebody is gonna have to do something…” and then get them in private messages and start explaining a plan to commit some violent act. We all found out after the fact that this is literally exactly what happened, point by point, with the Pittsburgh synagogue shooter, who was in all of these fed chat rooms on Gab.

However, there’s a pretty high level of understanding of this method at this point. I take some credit for that. We’ve identified this pattern, and everyone is kind of aware of it. That’s why they created Boogaloo – they wanted a batch of people with guns who are like, in the 90 IQ range, but even with them, they’re having a hard time. Boogaloo followers might be stupid, but they’re haji level stupid, and thus far, they’re just not taking the bait.

So, it’s likely they’re going to do some kind of bombing, and then just grab some mentally ill patsy they’ve already identified. That’s what I would expect. The feds do a bombing where a bunch of normal people get killed or mangled. They frankly don’t have much choice at this point.

So please, follow my advice and tell all your friends: stay away from DC. Stay away from any protest for a while. By all means, if you run into one of these shitbags at the airport, yell at them, but beyond that, everyone needs to lay low for the time being.

Also: basically, if you’ve ever participated in any form of right-wing chat at all, there is pretty much a 100% chance the feds are going to show up at your house and start trying to hassle you.

Remember: do. not. say. anything. 

At all. 

Ask if you’re under arrest and if they say no, close the door in their faces. If they say yes, say you want a lawyer. Then do not say anything, at all, until you get your lawyer. They will put you in a room and try to make you scared and uncomfortable, then they will send in a nice guy saying he wants to help you, and so on and so forth, but ultimately, they have to give you a lawyer, and the likelihood is unless you did something, you’re not going to be charged with anything and they’re just trying to intimidate you into admitting to some crime you didn’t commit, or do some other form of psychological warfare against you.

Remember, you are not alone in this.