A critic of ATS says, “Attack the System with Keith Preston…is a Red-Brown alliance.” To that, I would say, “More like a Crayola alliance.”
Trump’s WWE experience definitely shows. And Biden is rapidly forgetting how to talk. Krystal Ball and Saagar Enjeti discuss the presidential debate as well as the impact it may have had, if any, on potential voters.
By Tom Gash Wired Prisons have become the dominant symbol of punishment in modern democracies. But they are expensive and fundamentally don’t work. In 2020 we will be exploring ways to use technology to create virtual prisons that could eventually replace the bricks-and-mortar type. The opportunities, both for […]
This article amounts to a plan to create a one-party state. Not that I would miss the Republicans if they were permanently marginalized, but shutting the right-wing out of the electoral process altogether is likely to generate some other less than pleasant consequences. By Ian Millhise Vox The […]
The moment of the moron has arrived. Chris Wallace sounds like a school teacher calling down a couple of bratty kids. “As democracy is perfected, the office of president represents, more and more closely, the inner soul of the people. On some great and glorious day the plain […]
Apparently, this is a meme that is circulating in commie circles with some saying it is brilliant branding and others saying, “Yikes! Nationalism!” LOL
An interview I did earlier today discussing current events. Listen to the interview here. Richard is joined by guest Keith Preston to discuss domestic politics and recent geopolitical developments. Keith is the managing editor of AttacktheSystem.com, an analyst at Press TV, author at Black House Publishing, online podcast […]
Author, Michael Lind, discuses how the labor industry needs an overhaul when it comes to unions and the law.
Trump can’t pull off a coup if the Deep State doesn’t back him which they clearly do not. If Mark Esper wouldn’t let him send troops out to suppress the insurrection, the military-industrial-complex is certainly not going to allow him to create a presidential dictatorship.
Dementia Man faces off against Orange Man in tonight’s heel vs. heel match.
Neo-feudalism is here.
A new work out from TELOS that looks interesting. by Fred Siegel With a Foreword by Joel KotkinAlso available in Kindle ebook format from Amazon.com. Release dates: October 1, 2020 (paperback), September 15, 2020 (ebook). In The Crisis of Liberalism: Prelude to Trump, Fred Siegel leverages New York […]
The Left always performs much better when a Republican administration is in power. By Jessica Suriano The Nation The United States has never been an equal, peaceful, or functional nation, despite what the history textbooks say. It was built from genocide, slavery, and stolen land. This year, the […]
Journalist, Zaid Jilani, breaks down the ramifications of attacking nominee Amy Coney Barrett’s adopted children, rather than attacking her views as a judge.
Krystal on the ruling class’ sense of entitlement. Krystal Ball weighs in on how Democrats are handling President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nomination of Amy Coney Barrett.
The GOP fighting to the death for the cause of plutocracy. Saagar Enjeti explains what he believe the Republican Party will look like if Donald Trump does not serve a second term.
The discussion of Trump’s taxes in this is pretty funny. Apparently, the prez is just another plutocratic greedhead. Who would’ve guessed? Krystal and Saager are pretty good on economics even if their preferred solutions suck. Krystal Ball and Saagar Enjeti discuss the New York Times’ bombshell report that […]
The Plausibility of Anti-Civilization Without Anarcho-Primitivism: A Critique of Murray Bookchin’s ‘Social Ecology’
By Ria Montana Vegan Primitivist “To be wild is to be ungovernable, which means uncivilized.” p. 5 Rogue Primate An avid Deep Green Resistance (DGR) member highly recommended a read on ecology by Murray Bookchin, a self-labeled eco-anarchist. Bookchin is liberally mentioned in critiques on his overarching plan […]
By Troy Southgate The majority of people on the Right and Left of the political spectrum have an equally distorted idea of what is actually taking place in the world. Although this applies to most countries, allow me to use the example of Portugal. In the mid-1970s the […]
Of all the political conflicts I have ever studied, anywhere in the world, or from any time in history, there are none which I have found to be nearly as ridiculous as the American “culture wars.” Culture warriors, whether red, blue, white, black, pink, green, or purple, generally […]
Actually, contra milquetoast weenie social democrat David Pakman, it really isn’t that bad. The hysteria exhibited by “progressives” over the Supreme Court demonstrates the totalitarian nature of their ideology. Essentially, what they want is for the Supreme Court to be a nine-person “junta for life” that rules a […]
The “culture wars” are largely an intra-class rivalry within the middle class, but class divisions are rapidly becoming the “new sectionalism” pitting poor regions against affluent ones and those with declining economies against those with rising ones By Conor Sen Bloomberg In the first few months of the […]
The economic impact of the pandemic has been to proletarianize the middle-class and lumpenproletarianize the working class, while further concentrating wealth into the proverbial 1%. Fortunately, the traditional lumpenproletariat has demonstrated the proper response to such events. Keep those pig pens burning and keep those Wal-Marts looted. By […]
The death cult that wants to suppress humanity has issued their warning: the lockdown of the world in the name of the global scamdemic is not the end of this madness. It is only the beginning. Join James for this week’s edition of #PropagandaWatch as he dissects the […]
Did the Know-Nothings know something after all? By Ronald Brownstein CNN President Donald Trump’s nomination of Amy Coney Barrett continues the GOP’s remarkable streak of selecting Catholic jurists for the Supreme Court and underscores the enduring impact of the alliance between conservative Catholics and evangelical Protestants, which has […]
By Nick Reid aka Comrade Hermit Exile in Happy Valley “Libertarians regard the state as the supreme, the eternal, the best organized aggressor against the persons and property of the mass of the public” -Murray Rothbard “In Reality, however, the state is nothing but a machine for the […]
This is an insult to the memory of the Holy Roman Empire. By Ryan Cooper The Week Germany is today a first-rank power: rich, strong, and efficiently governed. But just over 200 years ago, most of its current territory was a shambolic mess — part of the Holy […]
Caitlin nails it again. By Caitlin Johnstone Medium Kill millions in concentration camps and they’ll call you a monster. Kill millions with bombs and they’ll call you a moderate. A species that is hurtling toward extinction has no business promoting slow incremental change. Claiming a country attacked America’s […]
Always take the fifth. One point that this raises is that the police state transcends ordinary boundaries of class, politics, race, gender, etc.
In case anyone didn’t already know. This is a talk that was delivered, ironically, at Rev. Pat Robertson’s Regent University.
The more I study US political history in the 20th century, the more I come to the view that Antony Sutton was correct that the rise of communism and fascism internationally was made possible only with the assistance of Western capitalism. And the more I come to the […]
One of the problems with “movement conservatism” of the Buckley-Goldwater-Reagan axis was that it was never anything more than a means of providing ideological cover for the military-industrial-complex and American empire-builders, which is why the isolationists have always been the main group that has been unwelcome in “conservative” […]
Notice that the Voice of the CIA/Deep State/Bezos is arguing that the problem with Trump is that he is a bad manager of the state and the empire, which somehow imperials “democracy” (the official euphemism for domestic oligarchic rule and global imperialism). In other words, what they actually […]
Another fourth-generation warfare incident? ABC News A California woman has been charged with attempted murder after driving through a group of dueling protesters during a “Caravan for Justice” event Saturday afternoon. The dueling protests held in Yorba Linda, about 35 miles east of Los Angeles, quickly boiled over […]
I don’t consider myself to be a “progressive.” My outlook transcends the progressive/reactionary and/or socialism/capitalism false dichotomies. But Kim is always such a refreshingly rational and lucid commentator. This analysis is spot on. The main disagreement that I have with Kim is the same one that I have […]
Another faction fight in the brewing civil war? By Nicole Acevedo NBC News An Iowa gathering of over 100 people from motorcycle clubs turned deadly early Saturday morning with a shooting that killed at least one person and left several others wounded. Police in Waterloo, a city about […]
All the constitutional views of someone like Barrett really mean is that the states should have more prerogative to make laws as opposed to the feds. Not exactly the Enabling Act. Although these conservative jurists are often too deferent to the executive on a federal level, and obviously […]
Breonna Taylor protest updates: Golf balls thrown at Louisville protesters, L.A. protester hit with officer’s riot shield
Combat American-style. By Joshua Bote, Matt Mencarini and N’dea Yancey-Bragg USA TODAY NETWORK LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Protesters demanding justice for Breonna Taylor continued to flood cities throughout the United States, three days after a grand jury declined to indict three officers directly connected to Taylor’s death. In Louisville, 22 […]
One point that I have consistently tried to make is that “anarchism” is not merely something that was dreamed up by Enlightenment philosophers or 19th-century radicals. While it wasn’t until Proudhon that people started calling themselves “anarchist” (Joseph Dejacque was the first to use the term “libertarian”), there […]
You mean “conspiracy theories” like believing in some mythical “social contract,” or in the benevolence of the state, or that the United States is a “democracy,” or that the endless wars waged by the USA are for “freedom” or “human rights,” or that the police are there to […]
Some more fourth-generation war. A civil war in the modern United States would be one of history’s biggest messes. It would be like the Lebanese civil war in the 1970s and 1980s with dozens of factions pitted against each other, only it would be worse because a large […]
The anti-jerk off club named after a Disney character goes to Portland, presumably to get into a fight with Antifa. What could possibly go wrong? My advice to anyone interested in dissident politics is to avoid either participating in these groups or getting into confrontations with them. Protest […]
Yep. The great thing about the Trump presidency is that The Donald portrays the state as it ought to be portrayed, as the “mafia with a flag.”
So, in other words, Jews are just like everyone else. Fair enough.
“Conservatards” probably jerk off to her pictures. Although at least she’s more attractive than RBG (but what isn’t?) By Elizabeth Dias and Adam Liptak New York Times This article has been revised to reflect the following correction: An earlier version of this article, based on the recollection of […]
A martyr for liberty or just a dumbass who was endangering public health? Or both? This dude is 42 and looks like he’s 62. I’m generally of the opinion that a core principle of anarchism must necessarily be tolerance for stupid people. Otherwise, what objection would there be […]
The late Norman Mailer’s idea of devolving power to the individual neighborhoods in NYC might be a prototype for an “anarchist” New York City. By Maeve Higgins New York Times Right after I learned that the Department of Justice this week designated New York City an “anarchist jurisdiction,” […]