Thursday, March 11, 2021

The Remarkable Smashing of Dissent by the U.S. Government

The near slapstick storming of the Capitol on January 6 continues to be promoted by agents of the state as a serious attempt at insurrection.

They know damn well it was no such thing, as does everyone else, except for completely clueless useful idiots.

The government just wants to put the fear of the state into anyone objecting in any manner at all by the way things are run in Washington D.C. You will think twice as to how you will act, they hope, after you learn how they are treating those whose "crime" was entering, without permission, the building where pork is made. 


Richard Barnett

The man charged with illegally entering Speaker Nancy Pelosi's office during the Jan. 6 storming is  being held without bail.

The New York Times reported that 60-year-old Richard Barnett began yelling last week in front of Judge Christopher Cooper, of the Federal District Court in Washington,  during a virtual hearing on his case. He screamed that it was not "fair" that he remained in custody. And he is correct. The man is being held without bail for sitting in Nancy Pelosi's chair?

I mean, he should have been issued a desk appearance ticket and be sent on his way.

Federico “Freddie” Klein, 42, appeared virtually in Washington, D.C., Federal Court Tuesday following his Virginia arrest this month for his alleged role in the Capitol storming. A judge ruled the former State Dept. official, appointed by Trump, will remain in jail until his criminal trial.

What was his crime?

Jocelyn Bond, the lead prosecutor in the case, said at the hearing that Klein was "among the first wave of rioters" to storm the Capitol building.

"The defendant placed himself in that chaotic riot," Judge Zia M. Faruqui said in his ruling. "This was a group of people trying to do one thing, which is to stop democracy."

And then we have the case of the man known as the "QAnon Shaman," Jacob Chansley.

Jacob Chansley

A federal judge ruled Monday that he must remain in jail pending his trial because he remains a threat to the public. That guy a threat to the public?

Judge Royce Lamberth said in his order rejecting Chansley's request for release that "no condition or combination of conditions" would ensure Chansley's return to court if he were released.

Lamberth said Chansley believes his actions during the siege of the Capitol were peaceful. That mindset, Lamberth wrote, shows "a detachment from reality."

"Defendant characterizes himself as a peaceful person who was welcomed into the Capitol building on January 6th by police officers," Lamberth wrote in the order. "The Court finds none of his many attempts to manipulate the evidence and minimize the seriousness of his actions persuasive."

It appears to me that Chansley has a decent argument that has been completed ruled out by the judge. 


There is one thing going on here in all these cases, it is a warning to anyone who wants to act up against the woke crowd.

If you want to burn down buildings and loot in the name of social justice that is fine but fight for western civilization and you are being shown what could happen to you.



  1. Incredible, that professing your innocence is being "detached from reality," and itself a basis for harsher treatment. These are bail hearings, Judge, not post-conviction sentencing hearings.

  2. They defiled the holy temple of government so they must be given the harshest treatment possible. It's a cult.

  3. When the state wishes to keep us subservient, cruel and unusual punishment of bolder individuals is the order of the day. This was evident 40 yrs ago when tax protestors were challenging the constitutionality of the federal income tax. Many challengers received harsh punishments from the courts and were jailed, and the protest was nipped in the bud. I attended a speech given at the UVa law school by the IRS commissioner at the time who candidly admitted as much..

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  5. I wonder if the ruling junta has thought about how this may actually lead to more death and destruction? If I ever have to use force to defend myself or my family, what incentive do I have to cooperate with authorities afterwards? If using a firearm against a home intruder means that I will be imprisoned for life or given the death penalty, why not just kill the cops who show up too?

    1. Vin Suprynowicz used to ask this question when he covered many of the cases of right wing/libertarians who were crushed this way in the last decades of 20th century. Does the Government Mafia really want their victims to think their only hope is to shoot it out at the point they're apprehended? Wouldn't it be in their interest to give their victim's the hope of a fair trial?

      I don't know if Vin ever answered his own question, but I think this final hoax proves that their goal is complete full spectrum dominance over every thought that fires in every human brain on the planet. Given their objective is to completely eradicate the will to even contemplate objecting to any absurd state diktat, let alone challenge the state and expect a fair trial of your peers, the price of shooting it out with a few Neanderthal holdouts is well worth it.

  6. Something much more sinister is coming our way, and no dissent will be tolerated.

    Keep smiling and waving hello to your neighbors, even if they have a mask on. It's going to be a wild ride.

    David B.

    1. Yes. This is simply to create the environment for a much larger (color) operation.

  7. Great analysis, Robert.

    We are going to have to make some major sacrifices if we are to keep our liberty against these less-than-human actors.

  8. Our first (?) Biden political prisoner?

  9. I am personally experiencing being canceled completely after years of one man activism as a libertarian. I'm not allowed to hold jobs for long, and I'm abused by each and every employer to push me out and fire me. I fear the worst and wanted to help my country. I fear for our future, especially myself under my circumstances.

    Right now, personal platforms online or preaching to the choir are the only way to speak out. In many cases, online is the only way to earn a living without serious repercussions. I've been completely abandoned by family and any friends. All I want to do now is leave. But there is little hope. I wanted to leave the U.S. 10 years ago, but didn't know where to go.

    The left has programmed billions of people with greater sophistication. Their success is unbelievable. Several years ago I read the late Edward Hunter's book Brainwashing: The Men Who Defied it. It is about the capture of American POWs during the Korean War. Hunter, a journalist who covered the far East, also testified before Congress. He told them America was losing the war against the global conspiracy to enslave mankind. Just like Yuri Bezmenov, he said psychwarfare and subversion were major tools.

    Please hope for my survival, dear readers. I promise my story is real without being more descriptive. I know where I want to go know but the borders there are closed for now. I dont know if I will be able to pull all of this off. Standing my ground in my home country and trying to change things has failed for me.

    I wonder if Murray and Joey Rothbard would have taken me in.