Scoop: @DHSgov confirmed to me that it used to employ Rinaldo Nazzaro who is the leader and founder of the Base, the same type of domestic terrorist group it sees as a national security threat. The Base is also already under an intense FBI crackdown. https://t.co/dRlDFdGpDx— Ben Makuch (@BMakuch) February 17, 2021
Last year, Chris Joyner of The Atlanta Journal Constitution wrote an article which tried to connect me to these people based on nothing more than recycled lies and rumors being spread by Atlanta Antifa and published it anyway even after I told him that I have nothing to do with these people.
“The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) confirmed it once employed an American neo-Nazi terror leader now based in Russia after he posted what he said were letters of appreciation that DHS and the Pentagon sent him thanking him for his service.
Earlier this month, Rinaldo Nazzaro, 47, founder and leader of the Base, one of the most violent American domestic terror groups in years, posted three undated letters from U.S. agencies lauding him for his service. One was from DHS—an agency tasked with thwarting terrorism in the U.S.—and two were on Marine Corps letterhead. All spoke glowingly of Nazzaro. Since late 2019, nine members of the Base, the group he founded, have been arrested in the U.S. for alleged crimes as wide-ranging as an assassination plot, ghost-gun making, plans for train derailments, and a mass shooting. The Canadian government has designated it as a terrorist group. …
Nazzaro continues to maintain that the Base is no terrorist organization, but a “survivalism and self-defense network for nationalists.” Long dubbed a “fed” (short for federal informant) by some neo-Nazis, he seems to have anticipated that the documents would not go over well among his followers. After the documents were uploaded, he posted he “didn’t mean to break your hearts,” but wanted to be transparent. “
I’ve written over 10,000 articles on this blog over the last decade. My views on everything from exoplanets to the history of the British Caribbean to low-carb recipes are in the archives.
In that time, I have never supported violent accelerationists and have criticized their retarded “strategy” for years. I never had anything to do with this group or anyone involved in it. I had heard about “The Base” on Twitter and assumed that it was run by feds. It turns out that it was a honeypot run by a fed who was a DHS contractor which is what I had suspected all along. It is all the more reason to avoid these types especially now that Neoliberal Joe’s DHS is planning a “war on white supremacy.”
What is the correct strategy then? The correct strategy is to relax, go to the beach, fire up the grill and to chill out and do nothing. Take a vacation from politics. Don’t even bother to vote for Donald Trump. Don’t go to “Stop the Steal.” Focus on your own personal life and take care of yourself. We’ve got this.
In order to defeat Donald Trump in the 2020 election, the Democrats used every dirty trick in the book without giving any thought to the long term consequences of their actions. They persuaded Big Tech to ban everyone on the internet including Trump himself to silence their opposition. They did nothing while Black Lives Matter and Antifa rioted for six straight months. They redefined the term “racism” to mean any White person in the country who is guilty on their basis of their race of “complicity” in systematic racism. There was an elite cabal which orchestrated all of this and conspired behind the scenes and “fortified” the election by changing election laws. Millions of people now believe that the election was stolen from Donald Trump and that the Biden administration is targeting them on the basis of their race.
In order to own Donald Trump and MAGA and win this hollow victory where they have a 50/50 Senate majority and can’t pass anything because Joe Manchin and Krysten Sinema won’t get rid of the filibuster, the Democrats have done what none us could have done on our own:
64% of Trump supporters now say that actually their race is extremely important, very important and somewhat important to their identity.
It gets even worse.
Look at these staggering numbers.
“There is bipartisan agreement that the American system of democracy is failing to address the concerns and needs of the public. Nearly seven in 10 (69 percent) Americans agree that American democracy serves the interests of only the wealthy and powerful. Seventy percent of Democrats and 66 percent of Republicans hold this view.
The belief that the political system works against the interests of conservatives also finds considerable support among the public. Nearly half (48 percent) of Americans believe the political system is stacked against conservatives and people with traditional values. Roughly as many Americans (47 percent) disagree with this statement.
Americans with more conservative political views strongly endorse this view. Seventy-nine percent of Republicans agree that the political system is stacked against more traditionally minded people. Notably, close to half (46 percent) of independents and more than one in four (27 percent) Democrats also agree.
More than one in three (36 percent) Americans agree with the statement: “The traditional American way of life is disappearing so fast that we may have to use force to save it.” Six in 10 (60 percent) Americans reject the idea that the use of force is necessary, but there is significant partisan disagreement on this question.
A majority (55 percent) of Republicans support the use of force as a way to arrest the decline of the traditional American way of life. Forty-three percent of Republicans express opposition to this idea. Significantly fewer independents (35 percent) and Democrats (22 percent) say the use of force is necessary to stop the disappearance of traditional American values and way of life.
Although most Americans reject the use of violence to achieve political ends, there is still significant support for it among the public. Nearly three in 10 (29 percent) Americans completely or somewhat agree with the statement: “If elected leaders will not protect America, the people must do it themselves even if it requires taking violent actions.” More than two-thirds (68 percent) of Americans disagree with this statement.
The use of violence finds somewhat more support among Republicans than Democrats, although most Republicans oppose it. Roughly four in 10 (39 percent) Republicans support Americans taking violent actions if elected leaders fail to act. Sixty percent of Republicans oppose this idea. Thirty-one percent of independents and 17 percent of Democrats also support taking violent actions if elected leaders do not defend the country.
However, although a significant number of Americans—and Republicans in particular—express support for the idea that violent actions may be necessary, there is a notable lack of enthusiastic support for it. For instance, only 9 percent of Americans overall and only 13 percent of Republicans say they “completely” agree in the necessity of taking violent actions if political leaders fail. …”
The political establishment has radicalized Trump supporters.
This is the level of fallout from all the shit that they pulled to get Joe in office. It isn’t the result of anything we have done over the past year. It is a reaction against what they have done.
Donald Trump wasn’t a “fascist.” He was a reality television show host, a demagogue and a narcissist who was elected president. He sat in the Oval Office screaming at “the shows,” owning the libs, drinking Diet Cokes and eating McDonald’s for four years. His greatest legislative accomplishments were tax cuts and criminal justice reform. By wildly exaggerating the threat of “fascism” and “white supremacy” to justify extreme measures to counter the Blumpf threat, they have sowed this whirlwind.