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A super majority of Americans now not only support closure of federal borders, but sealing off state borders as well. A full 80% disagree with conservative 'Just the Flu Bro' so 'Back to Work Chump' narratives done in the service of the big line. (Stock market)
These attitudes pose a major issue for guys like Henry Kissinger, who are sweating the return of “walled cities”, the collapse of their globalist economy, and rejection of neoliberalism in the pages of the Wall Street Journal.
Jazz and James discuss recent polling trends and dissect Kissinger’s op-ed freakout in this clip.
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There was quite a reaction actually from a bit old Henry Kissinger in The Wall Street Journal, who is now calling for now Drudge Report, of course, because Drudge has to twist the headline to mean something different. But the real meat. See, we'll tell you what to think. Drudge gives you conservative talking points and headlines. Henry Kissinger is calling for a parallel institution for transition to a post virus. Order. I'm going to read some excerpts of this, this piece that he wrote, because it draws you in. And then it's the same stuff that like Larry Fink is schvitzing about and Henry Kissinger.
Guys, look, 96 years old. I did not know that. Like that. He's still alive. I think I knew that he was still I didn't realize how old he was. But so nations, he says nations cohere and flourish on the belief that their institutions can foresee calamity, arrest its impact and restore stability. This is something that the United States is totally fucking filled with. That's my sort of editorializing. But it's true. And when they covered 19 pandemic is over, many countries institutions will be perceived as having failed. Yes, they have failed because globalism is a failure. Whether this judgment is objectively fair is irrelevant. Yeah, of course too. It's irrelevant. The reality is the world will never be the same after the Corona virus. To argue about how about the past only makes it harder to do what has to be done. Yeah, let's let's not pay attention to like all the all of the things that got us here.
Let's not learn anything from the mistakes we made and to actually analyze how things worked and what didn't work and improve on them. Let's just throw all of that in the trash and move on with whatever Jewish agenda I have.
Thank you. Yeah. Look, let's not focus on all the people in the positions of power that caused all of this because that would be that would be really bad. We need to be hyper focused like a laser on literally everything else but that. So he goes on. The Corona virus has struck with unprecedented scale and ferocity. Spread is exponential. US states are doubling. U.S. cases are doubling every fifth day. At this writing, there is no cure. Medical supplies are blah, blah, blah, blah. He runs through all the shit that everybody knows things we've been talking about for for almost two months now. The US administration has done a solid job in avoiding immediate catastrophe.
I'll explain why he says this. It's the thing that people people in the comments were like, all right. You lost me at this. You're praising Donald Trump, all the in a retarded, you know, kosher narrative, people were upset. But I'll explain why he does this. So the ultimate test will be whether the virus is spread, can be arrested and then reversed in a manner at a scale that maintains public confidence in Americans ability to govern themselves. The crisis effort, however vast and necessary, must not crowd out the urgent task of launching a parallel enterprise for the transition to the post corona virus. Order. These are his words. Leaders are dealing with the crisis on a national basis, but the virus is society. Dissolving effects do not recognize borders, while the assault on human health will hopefully be temporary. The political and economic upheaval it has unleashed could last for generations.
See, this is now read between the lines and what this Jew is saying. We never anticipated that this something like this would happen. We didn't plan for something like this. We weren't ready for something like this. And the system that we've designed, the post-World War 2 financial system, has been sent into a tailspin because of this.
And we have to work across borders to sew this up. And he goes on. No country, not even the US, can be a purely can in a purely national effort, overcome the virus like nationalism doesn't work here, right. Can't close your borders, can't shut down and weld door shut. You have to work with the world. Addressing the necessities of the moment must ultimately be coupled with a global collaborative vision and program. If we cannot do both in tandem, we will face the worst of each.
So he gives three things that must be done in the first one is some boilerplate. Blah, blah blah about preventing the disease. Gotta protect everybody's health with stuff like, you know, diversity, inclusion, collaboration. And then he like throws around like artificial intelligence. Does medical stuff and haha ha whatever.
But the second two and three are really the things that matter the most, he says. Second, global leaders have learned important lessons from the 2008 financial crisis. Jews have learned important lessons from the 2008 financial crisis. The current economic crisis is more complex. The contraction unleashed by the Corona virus is in its speed and global scale. Unlike anything ever known in history and necessary, public health measures such as social distancing and closing schools and businesses are contributing to the economic pain. Programs should also seek to ameliorate, the effects of impending chaos on the world's most vulnerable populations. In other words, not you.
Third, safeguard the principles of the liberal world. Order the founding legend of modern government as a walled city protected by powerful rulers, sometimes despotic, other times benevolent, yet always strong enough to protect the people from an external enemy. Enlightenment thinkers reframed this concept, arguing that the purpose of the legitimate state is to provide for the fundamental needs of the people. Security order or economic well-being and Jewish form of justice, which we have all seen rear its ugly head. The pandemic has prompted an anachronism a revival of the walled city in an age when prosperity depends on global trade and movement of people. I'm just gonna pause there because holy fuck, is this guy like just spelling it out like what we've said? What they're worried about most?
Right. And this is he's putting in very clear terms that this is the choice we have across the west is between a state that can work to to the benefit of us, for the people, for our security, for our well-being and for our for our identities across Europe. Or we can have prosperity, as he defines, which is global trade, movement of people, enlightenment, liberalism, no protection, not even not protection from external enemies. There are no external enemies. Everyone externally is just just the same as you and are all interchangeable cogs that can be maneuvered around and you can buy it from them and sell to them. And and you can, you know, specialize in different things economically and and be part of this global trade network. And that's that's the vision that Kissinger and his ilk have for our societies.
Yeah. And he is saying here as well. I mean, he is very upset about the prospect of this revival of the walled city, which is what we just read out in the polling. And that's what people believe in. That's what people want. And what they're realizing is this is a place that this is highly problematic. They don't want to go back to this. He goes on to say, The world's democracies need to defend and sustain their enlightenment values. A global retreat from balancing power with legitimacy will cause the social contract to disintegrate both domestically and internationally.
Yet this millennial issue of legitimacy and power cannot be settled simultaneously with the effort to overcome the Koven 19 plague. Restraint is necessary on all sides, in both domestic politics and in international diplomacy. Power priorities must be established. He closes by saying We went from the Battle of the Bulge into a world of growing prosperity and enhanced human dignity. Now we live in an ethical period. The historical challenge for leaders is to manage the crisis while building the future. Failure could set the world on fire. And so the greatest hook nose of the 20th century hath spoken. And every paragraph of this essay drips with this.
These sort of blithe Jewish cliches that have been overused. People are tired of hearing shit like this for the past seventy five years, and they've used it to justify the total domination and subjugation of Europeans and the pursuit of Jewish interests. That's what I read when I read this. I don't see anything in this for me. I see everything in this for them. Nothing in this for me. They're terrified of this. This is why they're there. You know, he doesn't make a push for opening things up as quickly as possible because he knows that's bad optics. But what he's saying is, if you don't get this straightened out very, very quickly, the economic pain, which is the lifeblood of our system, is going to cause all of this to come crashing down. He's not the only one saying this. They're all saying this. They're all kvetching about this.
And, you know, I mean, and failure could set their world on fire. Right. Failure at a mass. You know, people realizing what is being done to them. People rejecting the fake prosperity and immigration and people demanding a return to a strong state that looks after them. That would set their world on fire. The resurgence of borders is what they are. One of the things they are most afraid of. And when he mentions that global leaders have learned important lessons from 0 8. He's not saying if you do. Obviously, if you're listening this, you wouldn't be thinking this.
But one might think he's saying they've they've learned their lesson to not do it again. No. They've learned that when things like this happen, when their schemes and their tricks blow up in their face and people become wise to them, they become very unpopular and people run to political extremes. The people begin embracing, as you've mentioned, to Sanders or Trump, and they become radicalized and they continue to radicalize. And that is some. Thing that they're looking back at 2008 and how the landscape has changed since then, they are looking at the pandemic we are experiencing now as potentially astronomically worse for them, leading to much further radicalization and further loss of credibility in their system. And that's what they what they are afraid of burning to the ground.
Yeah, that's what he means when he's talking about, you know, the assault on human health is just temporary. The the political and economic upheaval could last for generations. And they're very concerned. I mean, you have to think back 150 years ago. These people like Henry Kissinger, who was someone who, quote unquote, escaped Nazi Germany and was a refugee, is not a refugee who didn't belong there in the first place. You can be a refugee of Germany if you don't belong there in the first place. Let's just be honest. But that's so he is somebody who came out of he's old enough, 96 years old, to have seen the whole span of Jewish wrangling of power and not just the United States, but all over the world. But the United States is their main project.
And he is going, you know, just like, you know, John McCain thought things were going off the rails. They stay still, are going off the rails. Like just because they brought Donald Trump to heel. Doesn't mean that things are starting to unravel for them. This is merely a continuation of a timeline that was going to happen anyway. Donald Trump could have been somebody that helped things in in our direction, but they seem to be happening on their own. Now, you could say, yeah, the virus is gonna be over and it's going to go back to all this up that these people are very concerned about this. And so, you know, there's a lot to talk about with with Kissinger. We probably don't have time for it today. I mean, he's he's done a lot of really awful, awful things. And one of the biggest ones was, well, he's done I mean, this we would have to do a deep dive on this at some point.
I mean, the Yom Kippur War is like one of the things that he's done. You know, the stuff on the Nixon tapes, you could talk about, you know, him sort of playing this this role. You know, Jews were very upset about him saying that, you know, well, I'll go into it a little bit here. But in one of these Nixon tapes, Kissinger is heard telling Nixon in 73 that Soviet Jews emigrating from the Soviet Union was not really a big deal. It's not an objective of American foreign policy.
And, of course, he wanted them to stay there. He didn't want them, you know, fleeing into the United States, because if they if Jews flee the Soviet Union too quickly, then the Soviet Union could become something that is unpleasant for somebody like Henry Kissinger. But he says if they put the Jews in gas chambers in the Soviet Union, it's not an American concern, maybe a humanitarian concern. But of course, he's saying this because he knows that this is 1973. He knew that as as the Holocaust narrative was being put forward, it wasn't something that was real. And so he knew there was no danger of Soviets putting Jews in gas chambers. It just wasn't ever going to happen.
And so, you know, this is why he could take this attitude. And Jews were trying to make up all kind of excuses, saying like, well, he knew that Nixon was an anti-Semite. So he was trying to just, you know, play to to to Nixon and whatnot. But it's it's kind of like now he just knew that this was not going to be something that happened and he did not want a flood of them coming in, but they came in nonetheless.
So but there's there's a whole bunch of different things we could talk about with with Kissinger. We'll have to probably save it for some other time.
But one 2016 election oddity was that one of the rare agreement shared by Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump is that they should both consult with Kissinger on foreign policy.
You to remember this and this was another one of those things that happened at the time that we were able to look past and say, well, this is just what just what it has to be done right. I mean, he has to play the game and get one over.
I but I don't even remember. I don't even remember this happening. Honestly, this just popped up when I was looking looking into this stuff. I don't remember this happening at all. Maybe this was something on a debate stage. I'm assuming where they would get some sort of agreement where this took place. But one of the other things, the mentionable that the Kissenger did and we can't we have time to dive into the Yom Kippur stuff. But during the Rhodesian Bush war, Kissinger, along with South Africa's Prime Minister, John Foster, pressured Rhodesian Prime Minister Ian Smith to hasten the transition to black majority rule in Rhodesia. According to Smith's autobiography, Kissinger told Smith of Mrs. Kissinger's admiration for him.
Well, she's she's a goalie, so. But Smith stated that he thought Kissinger was asking him to sign Rhodesians death certificate. He's not wrong. Kissinger bringing the way to the United States and corralling other relevant parties to put pressure on Rhodesia hastened the end of the minority rule. Yet Kissinger is just fucking shitty. I mean, not even mentioning all the civilian deaths in Vietnam and all the things that he's done. I mean, but he's he's hoisted up as a as a world hero. You know, he's had an elder statesman, elder statesman, you know, given given the Theodore Herzl award to honor his forward thinking and shaping the globe.
And of course, Theodore Herzl is a Zionist visionary, you know, Zionist militant. I'm not going to use their word visionary. Get the fuck out of here. Zionist militant is what he was. So, yeah, I mean, Kissinger but this is Kissinger in 96 years old, probably had some help with this, but maybe not. Maybe he's lucid enough to still crank out stuff like this in The Wall Street Journal. But yeah, these are these a little little flares going up on a sinking ship, you know?
Yeah. They say when you're old, you should just do what you love. And I think furtherance of the Jewish power structure is right in line with Kissinger's favorite hobbies and activities.
Yeah. Yeah. So pivoting here, you know, the Trump administration. Oh, I forgot to explain why he I totally forgot to explain why. He says the U.S. administration has done a solid job in avoiding the media. Contrast to history. I know why he's doing this. He is greasing the skids. He is, you know, in a way sort of showering Donald with praise, which is what Donald loves. He's also sort of implicitly showering Jared Kushner with praise here. And he doesn't want to write an article that has a flare going up over a sinking ship and alienate the president in power, who's got a lot of Jews around him by saying he's done a bad job. You know, he could've said nothing.
But what he did instead was try to ingratiate himself with Trump and say in the pages of The Wall Street Journal, Trump is going to see and read now because it's like somebody said something nice about me. He's appealing to Donald's, you know, because it's like Donald Trump doesn't read or maybe somebody will read this to him because it said something nice. And maybe Donald will be like, I just read me the paragraph where he gave me the upcoming is right. But he'll get the printed copy circled in the big like thick wedge sharpie. Yeah, but that's why he's doing it for, you know, the people in the comments that are like you lost me at the administrator [gibberish].
No, it's because you're retarded and probably a nitwit. But no, this is why doing it because he wants is he wants his attention and he wants him to see the message any more importantly, he wants. I would assume that the Jews around Trump are reading and consuming all this content as well. But just in case they haven't. He wants them to see. So it's, you know, the the meme. The meme, the day this was published was, did you guys see the Kissinger piece? We need to you know, but they're on the same page thinking.
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