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The Global Fall of the Left part 1- USA
Looking around the globe, we notice that the Left is collapsing everywhere. From Britain to Venezuela, the left is folding like a piece of paper, and they can’t seem to understand why, or even what’s happening.
If one was to judge by the media noise, you’d swear the Left has already taken over the planet and we’re already all living cheerfully in the Aberrant Republic of Absurdistan. Insane demands and open anti-European racism coupled with open violence, one has to wonder whether we’re back in the 30s.
Because there’s nothing beyond the noise. For about 2 years, the Left has been losing everywhere, and losing hard. Pretty much every remotely democratic election anywhere has been lost painfully, except of course for the unbelievably irrelevant Canada and Romania.
In the US, they have lost the Senate, the Congress, the
Presidency and umpteen state governorships.
The Western left’s voters of the 21st century come in three categories:
· The middle class liberal who depends in some measure on cheap imported labour, because little Tarquin needs a foreign nanny who only happens to be willing to take a significantly smaller pay-check than a US or UK born one, and who costs significantly less than putting him in a kindergarten;
· 20 something Kayleighs, sons of the above, who, while enjoying the benefits of being raised middle class are looking down at working class people and satisfy their acute angst at the parental neglect they’ve lived with by following the first semi charismatic adult that ever gave them the time of the day - most of the time a leftie teacher;
· Low skilled welfare dependent third world immigrants/local lumpenproletariat (almost invariably an ethnic minority) and their children who have been generously imported into the US and other western countries to serve as a prisoner voting block for the Left, after they realised the working class is no longer buying their bullshit.
As you’ll see, none of the above are working class. The working class has been moving solidly right for 30+ years, because it knows they’re paying for the free stuff the Left promises. The working class lost their jobs to Bill Clinton’s NAFTA and to the illegals that have been assuring the DNC’s success in the past 20 years ( see here The Cost of Carlos Illegal).
The working class has learned how to use the internet, and
has seen the Left is stealing from them. So they’re no longer buying the
socialist snake oil. The Republicans might be scum, but at least they care
about such things as jobs and taxes. Minority rights and rainbow flags don’t
fill anybody’s pot, and the illegals the Left loves so much have this thing
where they make Joe Sixpack’s life harder- so why would he want more of them?
The protests and violence we are seeing across the US are the death throes of a movement that can no longer win votes. As stated above, we are suddenly back in the 30s, where the Left’s violence and abuse led to the rise of the extreme right.
Who are the people who are attacking police, civilians and
businesses? They all fall into the above three categories. None of them are
working class, and their actions only serve to embolden the right.
Unsurprisingly, the Left’s fall into insanity is actually
the most important factor in the rise of the New Right. People told that
they’re racists and should just cease to exist in order to allow allochthones
to thrive have no plans of doing that, and the depravity culture of LGBTQIP has
actually only managed to make the Generation Z kids into actually moral and
well-adjusted people. The parental neglect victim generation ( aka Millennials)
might scream and vandalize while living off the public welfare or daddy’s
money, but the ones coming after them are rejecting the rainbow coloured dildos
for actual sensible behaviour.
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