The January 6 False Flag Narrative Deconstructed By Charles Taylor (Florida)

At long last conservatives are making tiny mouse squeaks against the narrative set up by the Beijing Biden administration that the January 6 peaceful protests were some sort of insurrection. You have to give it to the Dark Lords, they sure have a dark sense of humour, supposing that conservatives, the cuckiest, weakest form of humanity, with almost no capacity to fight in any form, would actually do something like that. Even the soy boy Left antifa, with T-levels like 80-year-old men, had been more active in the storming of the Capitol Building, not that I was hoping for an insurrection. On the contrary, Trump should have invoked the Insurrection Act with all that went down. Instead, this king of burgers, chief of beef, continued his pattern of helping those who hate him, while throwing his supporters under the tanks. An exaggeration? Read the latest bits from vDare.com, extracted below, where Trump supporters are being tortured in prison What other explanation could there be? What have THEY got on him do you think, making him as much a puppet as Biden?

 Of course, the radicals were willing to burn down America over a Black drug addict who died of a massive drug over-dose, while conservatives are letting the West be destroyed, hiding in their comfort zone, while it lasts. So, I suppose that mouse squeaks are better than nothing in the age of cuck.

 

https://vdare.com/articles/capitol-insurrection-hoax-imploding-no-thanks-to-gop-but-biden-regime-still-aiming-to-criminalize-dissent

 

“Finally, Mainstream conservatives are pushing back against the Capitol “Insurrection” Hoax. It’s about time. To accept the Democrat/ Regime Media’s paranoid framing of the January 6 Narrative is to accept the deliberate dispossession of the Historic American Nation.

On “Tucker Carlson Tonight”, April 6, 2021, black conservative Candace Owens rightly said the so-called insurrection was a modern-day “Reichstag Fire” that Democrats are exploiting “to consolidate power and to trample over the civil rights of half of the country.” She also said the protests paled in comparison to Black Lives Matter riots. Carlson agreed. Next night, Carlson declared the “five people murdered” trope a complete lie after Washington D.C.’s Medical Examiner reported that only one death was actually a homicide (i.e. caused by someone although not necessarily a murder): that of Trump supporter Ashli Babbitt.

The Medical Examiner blamed natural causes for two demonstrators’ deaths and a drug overdose for a third. All four, including Babbitt, were Trump supporters [D.C. medical examiner releases cause of death for four people who died during Capitol riot, by Peter Hermann and Steve Thompson, The Washington Post, April 7, 2021].

Babbitt was apparently killed by a black law enforcement officer, not the mob. Yet so far, the authorities have refused to press charges against the officer. Scandalously, they even refuse to name him, unlike every other cop in the U.S.A. who has ever been involved in a shooting [Officer Who Shot Capitol Rioter Ashli Babbitt Shouldn’t Be Charged, Investigators Advise, by Aruna Viswanatha et al., The Wall Street Journal, February 1, 2021].

That leaves Officer Brian Sicknick, about whom the medical examiner was oddly silent. Officially, we still have no clue why this Capitol police officer died. We do know this: The Regime Media—most notably The New York Times— falsely reported that blunt force trauma from a fire extinguisher killed him [A Capitol Police officer dies from injuries sustained during the pro-Trump rampage, by Mike Baker, NYT,  January 7, 2021]. But the night of January 6, Sicknick told his brother that he was fine. The brother told ProPublica at that time that Sicknick died of a stroke [“This Political Climate Got My Brother Killed”: Officer Brian Sicknick Died Defending the Capitol. His Family Waits for Answers, by J. David McSwaine, January 8, 2021]. Yet the lie persists [Media, Politicians Still Spreading the ‘Big Lie’ About Officer Sicknick, by Julie Kelly, American Greatness, April 5, 2021].

That is presumably why the men charged with spraying him with bear spray aren’t charged with murder. Authorities have adduced no evidence that bear spray caused or is connected to his death. [Capitol Mystery: New Evidence Likely Clears MAGA of “Murder” Charge, Revolver.news, February 27, 2021]

Yet other lies about the Capitol protests persist. The big one: protesters were armed and violent terrorists who almost slaughtered the entirety of Congress. The facts belie this delusion. Even Time Magazine reluctantly reported last month that the “vast majority [of January 6 demonstrators] were ordinary Americans—members of church groups, families who traveled together, and what the report calls ‘inspired believers.’” Still, Time hastily added in an incredible passage, the Narrative wasn’t wrong—this just “shows how far-right beliefs have seeped into the mainstream” [Inside the Biden Administration's Uphill Battle Against Far-Right Extremism, Vera Bergengruen and W.J. Hennigan, March 4, 2021]. In science, unfalsifiable statements are dismissed as meaningless—but, of course, science is a white thing.

In a particularly deflating development for the Insurrection Narrative, the normally Regime-compliant Politico has reported that a substantial number of defendants will probably receive no prison time due to lack of evidence for the prosecution’s wild claims.

Judges and legal experts are astounded by the Justice Department’s attempts to keep Trump supporters charged with mere misdemeanors locked up indefinitely. Several judges have released protesters despite the objections of prosecutors, and demanded the DOJ quickly cut plea deals.

Politico expects this to embarrass the Biden administration, which has staked its reputation on presenting these Trump-supporting patriots as the greatest threat to the nation. DOJ officials made it worse with initial claims that the Mostly Peaceful protesters planned to abduct and murder lawmakers—claims they have since walked back [Many Capitol rioters unlikely to serve jail time, by Josh Gerstein and Kyle Cheney, March 30, 2021].

The charges beyond trespassing are often ridiculous. At least 75 demonstrators face felony “obstruction of an official proceeding.” This charge essentially criminalizes political speech. Demonstrators with a social media record of posting “Stop the steal!” and related messages could face 20 years in prison. [Capitol Investigation Seeks to Criminalize Political Dissent, by Julie Kelly, American Greatness, March 15, 2021].

“Sedition” is the charge with which prosecutors are most obsessed. Former DOJ prosecutor Michael Sherwin, who worked on the January 6 investigation in its early stages, bragged to 60 Minutes in March that his old team was close to filing these charges. That statement drew opprobrium from U.S. District Court Judge Amit Mehta, who ordered the prosecution to stop attempting to try the case in the media, thereby compromising the judicial process [Judge Criticizes DOJ For Talking About Capitol Riot Conspiracy Case In The Press, by Ryan Lucas, NPR, March 23, 2021].

The sedition charges themselves will likely be hard to prove in court because precedents are so few. Prosecutors will have a tough time convincing anyone that the Proud Boys are equivalent to the Confederacy and that they seriously planned to overthrow the government. Some liberals even worry that successful sedition prosecutions of January 6 protesters will open up Black Lives Matter and Antifa rioters to the same charge. [The DOJ is considering rare sedition charges for Capitol rioters. Here's how it could backfire., by Jacob Shamsian, Insider, March 23, 2021].

In a significant development, Politico has just reported on the shocking conditions protesters face in prison. Many report being confined 23 hours a day and treated worse than murderers. One inmate says he was zip-tied and severely beaten away from the gaze of cameras after he complained about poor treatment. He is reportedly now blind in one eye due to the beatings Disturbingly in the age of “racial reckoning,” racist persecution is an unmistakable undercurrent. Three white defendants claim non-white prison guards targeted them for beatings. A 60-year-old defendant said black prison guards beat him, and that one told him, “I hate all white people and your honky religion [Capitol riot defendant alleges beating by jail guards, by Josh Gerstein and Kyle Cheney, Politico, April 6, 2021].

 

If not beaten to a pulp, many of the January 6 prisoners are denied bail, a privilege even rapists and murderers can receive [Where is GOP Outrage Over Justice Department’s Capitol Probe?, by Julie Kelly, American Greatness, March 25, 2021].

This is how political dissidents are treated in Biden’s America.

In contrast, needless to say, Leftist, Democrats, the media, and prosecutors are not concerned about other insurrectionists—like the Black Lives Matters protestors who besieged Iowa’s Capitol last week, or, say, the feminists who invaded the Hart Senate Office Building during the confirmation hearings of U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

No sedition or insurrection there!

Here’s what Democrats are aiming for: to expand government powers to crack down on alleged “domestic terrorists” a.k.a. Trump supporters a.k.a. white Americans. A proposed bill would empower Leftist bureaucrats to put white American patriots in the same category as ISIS. President Biden is considering Executive Orders to broaden the powers of the FBI and Department of Homeland Security to monitor political dissidents. All agree that white American conservatives are the No. 1  threat to the nation [Biden Steps Up Federal Efforts to Combat Domestic Extremism, by Zolan Kanno-Youngs and Nicole Hong, The New York Times, April 4, 2021].

Key to this effort is the Capitol Insurrection Hoax. Leftist elites claim to believe the protests were the greatest “terror attack” on America since 9/11, and that it justifies new government powers—just as 9/11 did. But the current state of the prosecutions is like America arresting alleged al-Qaeda members—and finding out they’re nothing more than goat herders.

It’s time for the GOP/GAP to follow Tucker Carlson, Candace Owens, Revolver.news, Sen. Ron Johnson—and VDARE.com— and reject and resist the January 6 Narrative.

The January 6 protests were nothing more than ordinary Americans making their voices heard. The only people who see that as a threat are really threatened by something else: the mere existence of white America.

 What we have here is a one-sided civil war, where Trump supporters, betrayed by the traitorous fat man, are being used for target practice, literally, with Trump supporters being tortured in prison, while the orange buffoon does nothing. If it gets to the stage where the “law and order” deplorables are cannibalised on street corners, with no resistance at all, I would not be surprised! Perhaps the Biden administration could set up mobile euthanasia clinics for white conservatives to save the Left the trouble! Anyway, Russia with its hypersonic missiles looks like putting us moth-eaten Americans out of our misery, and the US Deep State is lusting for war with Russia, to make China the only man left standing. Too bad about the nuclear fallout!

https://vdare.com/articles/patrick-j-buchanan-putin-xi-have-red-lines-too

“What are Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping up to?

In recent days, Russian tanks, artillery, armor, trucks and troops have been moving by road and rail ever closer to Ukraine, and Moscow is said to be repositioning its 56th Guards Air Assault Brigade in Crimea.

Military sources in Kyiv estimate there are now 85,000 Russian troops between six and 25 miles from Ukraine's northern and eastern borders.

"I have real concerns about Russia's actions on the borders of Ukraine. There are more Russian forces massed on those borders than at any time since 2014 when Russia first invaded," said Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Sunday's "Meet the Press." Blinken added this warning:

"President Biden's been very clear about this. If Russia acts recklessly, or aggressively, there will be costs, there will be consequences."

What "costs" and what "consequences" were left unstated.

Earlier, Biden personally assured President Volodymyr Zelensky of America's "unwavering support for Ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity in the face of Russia's ongoing aggression in the Donbass and Crimea."

What does that mean?

When Putin was a young KGB officer, the Black Sea was a virtual Soviet lake, dominated in the west by Warsaw Pact members Bulgaria and Romania, and on the north and east by the USSR. Turkey occupied the south bank.

Today, three of the six countries that front on the Black Sea—Bulgaria, Romania and Turkey—are NATO members. Two of the others, Ukraine and Georgia, openly aspire to become members of NATO.

If Russia feels a sense of loss and forced isolation, who can blame them?

The transparency of the Russian military buildup suggests that it is more of a message to the U.S. and NATO than any preparation for an invasion.

Putin seems to be saying: Ukraine's admission to NATO or a stationing of U.S. or NATO forces in that country would cross a red line for Russia. And we will not rule out military action to prevent or counter it.

The record suggests that Putin is not bluffing.

We have been here twice before.

In 2008, when Georgia invaded South Ossetia, a province that had broken free of Georgia in the 1990s, Putin sent troops into South Ossetia, drove the Georgians out, and then invaded Georgia and occupied part of that country as an object lesson.

And though the U.S. had regarded Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili as a friend and Georgia as a potential NATO ally, George W. Bush did nothing.

Again, in 2014, when a U.S.-backed coup overthrew the elected and pro-Russian regime in Kyiv, Putin occupied and annexed Crimea and assisted pro-Russian rebels in the Donbass in breaking free of Kyiv's control.

In short, when it comes to Ukraine, Russia has demonstrated that it has its own red lines, which it will back up with military action.

The U.S. and NATO, however, have shown repeatedly that while they will give moral support and provide military aid to Ukraine, they are not going to fight Russia over Ukraine, or to wrest Crimea or the Donbass from Putin's control.

A similar test is taking place in the South and East China seas.

Also on Sunday's "Meet the Press," Blinken was asked if the United States would fight to defend Taiwan, which is being harassed and threatened by Xi Jinping's China, which claims the island as its sovereign national territory.

"Are we prepared to defend Taiwan militarily?" NBC's Chuck Todd asked.

Blinken's response:

"What we've seen, and what is of real concern to us, is increasingly aggressive actions by the government in Beijing directed at Taiwan, raising tensions in the Straits. And we have a commitment to Taiwan under the Taiwan Relations Act ... All I can tell you is it would be a serious mistake for anyone to try to change the existing status quo by force."

Since Biden's presidency began, China has been sending military aircraft, fighters and bombers, into Taiwanese air space, circumnavigating the island with warships, and openly warning that any declaration of independence by Taipei would mean war with Beijing.

Thus, Russia has made clear what it would fight to prevent—Ukraine's accession to NATO and NATO troops on its soil. And China has made clear what its red line is, what it would fight to prevent—the declared independence of Taiwan.

But U.S. policy in both cases seems to be one of "strategic ambiguity," leaving the issue open as to what we would do.

A question arises: Are Putin's Russia and Xi's China, with their advantages of geographic proximity, threatening military action to jointly test the resolve of the Biden administration, and colluding to do so—one in Ukraine, the other in the South and East China Seas?

And, should we fight for Ukraine, how many NATO allies would be there beside us? And should we fight to keep Taiwan free, how many Asian allies would fight China alongside us?

Recent actions by Putin and Xi make the questions no longer academic.”

The continual existence of the West, is no longer an academic question.

 

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