Why Are Liberals So Bad at Predicting the Future?

Alex Jone’s July 2015:


Alex Jones doesn’t get it and neither do we.    




  1. When this is all said and done, if the Democrats do not chose to remain in power through brute force, overt election fraud and police state tactics, then they are likely done as a major political party.

    Pelosi and others in Democrat leadership have taken Biden’s side in this. That is a fatal mistake:


    Adam Schiff seems to want the finger to point at the military:


    What’s going to happen on the Left is a circular firing squad. Some will attempt to defend the entire fiasco and say, “all is well”. Some will criticize Biden personally. Some will criticize the military. Some will criticize the State Department.

    The gold standard on this, they way you know it is not just normal political football is the fact that the UK voted to hold him in contempt over this and our other NATO allies are livid as well. They are more inclined toward Democrat policies. These are admissions against interest when they criticize a fellow traveler.

    Two things will be clear through all the fog: 1) it’s a monumental disaster, and 2) the Biden Administration, the best and brightest of the Democrats, is to blame for it 100%.

    All attempts to blame Trump for this will not resonate with anyone, even Democrats, though they may lie and say that is what they believe. They know that Trump’s ego, if nothing else, would never have allowed him to screw the pooch in this manner. It will be made clear to all that Trump’s plan was disregarded, not followed, and the results are an unmitigated disaster.

  2. What I am most curious about and, alas, may not have a solid answer to until Nov. 2022, is whether the Dems have permanently seized power and have no intention of allowing Republican electoral victories. The brazen way they take antiAmerican actions in defiance of both the people and now the press leaves me with the sinking feeling that they have the electoral system permanently rigged indefinitely and so they rule unaccountable.

    If so, and if one assumes the worst then that would be the assumption, then forming private security cooperatives would simply be a matter of self preservation under a police state. Of course, one who “fights alone” yet recoils from violence (oxymoron) might balk at such an observation.

    Fortunately, we can say with some considerable certainty that if indeed the Left has permanently seized power, the reaction of large swaths of the country will definitely not be to “recoil from violence”.

    • Gail Sheppard says

      I recoil from doing the laundry.

      • George Michalopulos says

        While Gail & I “recoil” from certain duties, the fact that you, Misha, and I, predict certain outcomes, has nothing to-do with our internal feelings.

        At every church service, the priest or deacon prays in the Litany for “peace in the whole world”, “for absence from the sword, civil strife”, so “we can have a peaceful end to our lives”.

        The last thing cannot happen if we are at each others’ throats, if the strife of Portland, etc, spreads nationwide.

        I do not want that under.any circumstances. Alas, that doesn’t mean that I won’t see it.

        Misha, if your thesis is true, that the dems may have permanently rigged the election, then America as a constitutional republic won’t last. At that point, the oligarchy will have to decide how best to salvage.the Empire.

        Lord have mercy.

        • Before Orthodoxy lost its soul, we used to sing:

          O Lord, save your people,
          and bless your inheritance!
          Grant victory to the Emperors
          over the barbarians
          and by virtue of your cross,
          preserve your habitation.

          We will need the mindset of the Serbs in the Balkans and the Russians during the Second Chechen War to prevail against the Secular Borg, not to mention the Muslims.

        • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZPk5_DrEe0Y

          Proud Boys evidently have the right stuff. They’re still too reserved, but . . .

          • Linguistically speaking, “Proud Boys” has a certain triumphant ring to it. Much better than “Antifa” (which is an oxymoron given that these bozos use fascistic tactics).

  3. M chapter 3

    Then Jesus entered a house, and again a crowd gathered, so that he and his disciples were not even able to eat.
    When his family heard about this, they went to take charge of him, for they said, “He is out of his mind.”
    And the teachers of the law who came down from Jerusalem said, “He is possessed by Beelzebub [3] ! By the prince of demons he is driving out demons.”
    So Jesus called them and spoke to them in parables: “How can Satan drive out Satan?
    If a kingdom is divided against itself, that kingdom cannot stand.
    If a house is divided against itself, that house cannot stand.

    • Isn’t it a bit more than a bit like the French Revolution?

      In modern America, given the technology, the voluminous executions are out of the question. However, we are seeing widespread “cancelling”. This is effectively banishing the subject to Cyber-Siberia. It interferes with livelihood, career, relationships, etc. We are also seeing the censorship, political prisoners and targeting of political opponents as enemies of the state.

      Bear in mind, the real end of the French Revolution was the ascent of Napoleon.

  4. Satanic Temple Attacks Texas Abortion Law,
    Argues That it Violates Their ‘Religious Freedom’ to ‘Abortion Rituals’


    The Satanic Temple is trying to fight the new abortion laws in Texas by arguing that it violates their “religious freedom” to “abortion rituals.”

    Lucien Greaves, the Temple’s spokesman and cofounder, argued in a letter to the Food and Drug Administration that access to abortion drugs Misoprostol and Mifepristone must be allowed under the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) to be used for their “Abortion Rituals.”

    “I am sure Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton — who famously spends a good deal of his time composing press releases about Religious Liberty issues in other states — will be proud to see that Texas’s robust Religious Liberty laws, which he so vociferously champions, will prevent future Abortion Rituals from being interrupted by superfluous government restrictions meant only to shame and harass those seeking an abortion,” Greaves wrote in the letter.

    The Satanic Temple spokesman went on to say that “the battle for abortion rights is largely a battle of competing religious viewpoints, and our viewpoint that the nonviable fetus is part of the impregnated host is fortunately protected under Religious Liberty laws.”

    The temple previously attempted to use religious freedom to fight abortion laws in Missouri, but failed.

    In a press release sent to the Gateway Pundit by a spokesperson last year, the Satanic Temple said that “Satanists are exempt from these regulations if they undergo first-trimester abortions in accordance with TST’s religious ritual. The satanic abortion ritual involves the recitation of TST’s Third and Fifth Tenets, which celebrate bodily autonomy and the adherence to best scientific practices, along with a personal affirmation that is ceremoniously intertwined with the abortion.”

    Their latest move is unlikely to work based on the decision in Employment Division, Department of Human Resources of Oregon v. Smith. In that case, the Supreme Court ruled that the state could deny unemployment benefits to a person fired for violating a state prohibition on the use of peyote, even if used during part of a religious ritual.

    The case ultimately set the precedent that states are allowed to accommodate illegal acts if they are performed in pursuit of religious beliefs, but they are not required to do so. ‘

    Lord, have mercy!