NOTE: I’ve been away enjoying family, life itself, and the study of just how the hell we’ve gotten to our current position. I’ll try my hardest to get back into writing, and I think some nice guru-style predictions will be just the right reintroduction into the dissident mindset.
So let’s just get into the nice gritty reality of things, shall we?
Feel The Recession
It’s coming, everyone, and at this point it’s just a bit of absolutely-random speculation to guess at the exact date and time it all comes crashing down – I personally think 2020 or 2021 at the very latest.
The economy is currently built upon already-discredited trickle-down economic theory, and debt on the personal level is skyrocketing in a way similar to the mid 2000’s.
When the crash comes I don’t see an apocalyptic collapse like many in the dissident movement, but instead a stagnation that will eventually lead to interesting measures to combat its symptoms.
Austerity For The Goyim
The interesting thing about American economics is that austerity in the European fashion has never been tried out on the population despite the numerous Republican talking points about slashing benefits and the overall social safety net.
But all that will certainly change come the next recession.
Democrats will likely be holding the bag, but quietly you’ll see the Neoliberal corporate structure take full control as the Boomers exercise their final years of near-complete power over the United States.
Infrastructure will be ignored, stimulus packages will be few and skimpy if ever sent out, and aside from the military, very little will find its way towards alleviating the stress felt by tens of millions of unemployed, underemployed, etc…
No, AOC Is Not Ruling The Democratic Party (Yet)
It’s a cute trigger for Conservatives watching Fox News, but in reality, “The Squad” holds little actual power among the Democratic establishment.
Come recession time, their calls for things like Medicare For All, Housing For All, an end to Payday Loan usury, and even a proto UBI will be pushed aside by those in both parties – if they even suggest them at all.
Sure, we might be given a bit of compromising meat as a placating tactic (perhaps a form of student loan debt forgiveness), but you’re going to be for the most part left to fend for yourself as America lurches forward into the middle part of the next decade.
Trump Is Going To Lose
The state of the economy in November of next year is honestly going to matter very little in the grand scheme of things – Blumpf is losing no matter which way you look at things.
It’s sad that it will be to the likes of Joe Biden or Elizabeth Warren (the feeling is that Bernie is much sicker than the media is letting on), but facts are facts, and barring a suicidal anti-White narrative in the general election, the game is up for The Orange One.
2016 was won on razor thin margins, and a combination of voter apathy, a lack of economic renewal in the Rust Belt, demographic changes on the age and race front, and an angered Leftist base will assure a Democratic win.
The only question is whether Congress goes Blue immediately, or remains divided.
The GOP Is Up Against The Wall
Sadly for us, the Republican Party will likely show a bit more stamina in the 2020’s then many of us have predicted, but in terms of national power its strength is nearly sapped.
Sometime during the decade we’re going to see Florida, Arizona, North Carolina, Georgia (not certain but likely), and Texas go Blue for the final time, while New Hampshire and Virginia disappear from the swing state discussion forever.
As a result, Democrats will be faced with a choice – either tone down the weird Jewish-wrought freakishness and assume a Populist FDR-style stance, or double down and attempt to go to war against the White Man.
I predict the latter, and I predict the GOP will not be willing to reform in a way to gain back prominence.
Which leads us to many more speculations that will cover more politics, more economics, culture, sociology, the Movement itself, and the Jewish Problem as it will exist during the next decade.