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The War on Populism: The Final Act

A scene from Independence Day (1996). SOURCE: Vox/Fox

By C.J. Hopkins | 20 September 2020

CONSENT FACTORY — So, it appears the War on Populism is building toward an exciting climax. All the proper pieces are in place for a Class-A GloboCap color revolution, and maybe even civil war. You got your unauthorized Putin-Nazi president, your imaginary apocalyptic pandemic, your violent identitarian civil unrest, your heavily-armed politically-polarized populace, your ominous rumblings from military quarters … you couldn’t really ask for much more.

OK, the plot is pretty obvious by now (as it is in all big-budget action spectacles, which is essentially what color revolutions are), but that won’t spoil our viewing experience. The fun isn’t in guessing what is going to happen. Everybody knows what’s going to happen. The fun is in watching Bruce, or Sigourney, or “the moderate rebels,” or the GloboCap “Resistance,” take down the monster, or the terrorists, or Hitler, and save the world, or democracy, or whatever.

The show-runners at GloboCap understand this, and they are sticking to the classic Act III formula (i.e., the one they teach in all those scriptwriting seminars, which, full disclosure, I teach a few of those). They’ve been running the War on Populism by the numbers since the very beginning. I’m going to break that down in just a moment, act by act, plot point by plot point, but, first, let’s quickly cover the basics.

The first thing every big Hollywood action picture (or GloboCap color revolution) needs is a solid logline to build the plot around. The logline shows us: (1) our protagonist, (2) what our protagonist is trying to do, and (3) our antagonist or antagonistic force. […]

7 Comments on The War on Populism: The Final Act

  1. Yes- it’s a decades to centuries long movie in which we extras walk on & off the world stage tending to things temporal or things eternal or both then die while celebrity ‘historical’ figures resound in ongoing memorializations. You’d think God would be tired of this by now- but His wisdom is higher than mine.

  2. Who gives a shit what “celebrity historical figures” get memorialized! Be thankful that you’re not one of them! And stop thinking of yourself as an “extra”, and accept your agency already! You’re not a victim, lady! I’m tired of your defeatist bullshit- you go on and on, questioning the Almighty out of one side of your mouth, while lamenting the reality of the situation out of the other. Go ahead, call me PGT “Beauretard”, you defeatist boomer bitch… You’re obviously the retard- pick a fucking side already, or get off the field. Are you tending to temporal things or eternal things? You seem constantly confused. You recently commented that it was too hard to break the news to a “long time companion” that sports was fucking bullshit- boy what a weak companion that person has! They don’t have a chance of waking up with you by their side, what with you scared to tell them the truth! What kind of companion are you? Enabling your companion to the depths of Hades? Get your head on straight already and stop making excuses. You’re responsible!

    • Well, Mr. Beauretard , you certainly are man enough to severely reprimand this ‘boomer b—- ‘grandmother- it Is easy to be honest with you. And now please list your victorious exploits on the world’s stage against whoever you perceive the enemy as being- other than my thinking. So far you are ‘ full of sound & fury signifying nothing’.

      • @Hauntess-This should be a start for you of my “victorious exploits”, enjoy!
        1. I tell the truth to me and mine, and strangers as well. You’re welcome!
        2. I OWN 2 conveyances and over twenty hectares of the Almighty’s Green Earth, all payed for through my personal efforts in the hourly slave wage system, which I detest
        3. I payed for the items above IN FULL and DID NOT enable the crime syndicate by paying interest to them
        4. I removed my posterity from the public indoctrination complex
        5. Before I did the previous 4, I accepted my agency in this world and my personal responsibility for it, after years of using excuses and employing a similar “woe is me” attitude to your own.
        6. Before I did that, I prostrated myself in complete humility and submission to The Almighty, removing my own pride and acknowledging my own wretchedness, and asked Him for help and guidance, and I accepted His Only Begotten Son as my Savior
        7. I stayed the course, didn’t lose faith, realized that The Almighty works incrementally, and stopped expecting instant miraculous changes in my situation. He, after all, made the whole Creation in increments- not instantly.

        You should ask yourself why it is easy for you to be honest with a stranger like myself, when you cannot be honest with yourself or your own companions. I am also not compelled to respect you because you’re a grandma. Jacob Rothschild is a grandpa- do you think I should revere him as well because of that fact? I don’t.

        I’ll leave you with a great note from chapter one of The Gulag Archipelago, referring to the destructiveness of your victim mindset and your responsibility for it, and a stark reminder that you haven’t even scratched the surface of the depths of human suffering. YET. I pray you’ll never have to, but armies of victims make it more and more likely.

        “And how we burned in the camps later, thinking: What would things have been like if every Security operative, when he went out at night to make an arrest, had been uncertain whether he would return alive and had to say good-bye to his family?
        Or if, during periods of mass arrests, as for example in Leningrad, when they arrested a quarter of the entire city, people had not simply sat there in their lairs, paling with terror at every bang of the downstairs door and at every step on the staircase, but had understood they had nothing left to lose and had boldly set up in the downstairs hall an ambush of half a dozen people with axes, hammers, pokers, or whatever else was at hand? After all, you knew ahead of time that those bluecaps were out at night for no good purpose. And you could be sure ahead of time that you’d be cracking the skull of a cutthroat. Or what about the Black Maria sitting out there on the street corner with one lonely chauffer- what if it had been driven off or its tires spiked? The Organs would very quickly have suffered a shortage of officers and transport and, notwithstanding all of Stalin’s thirst, the cursed machine would have ground to a halt!
        If…if…We didn’t love freedom enough. And even more – we had no awareness of the real situation. We spent ourselves in one unrestrained outburst in 1917, and then we HURRIED to submit. We submitted WITH PLEASURE! (Arthur Ransome describes a worker’s meeting in Yaroslavl in 1921. Delegates were sent to the workers from the Central Committee in Moscow to confer on the substance of the argument about trade unions. The representative of the opposition, Y. Larin, explained to the workers that their trade union must be their defense against the administration, that they possessed rights which they had won and upon which no one else had any right to infringe. The workers, however, were completely indifferent, simply NOT COMPREHENDING whom they still needed to be defended against and why they still needed any rights. When the spokesman for the Party line rebuked them for their laziness and for getting out of hand, and demanded sacrifices from them– overtime work without pay, reductions in food, military discipline in the factory administration– this aroused great elation and applause.) We purely and simply DESRVED everything that happened afterward.”
        -Aleksander Solzhenitsyn

        • To Pierre Gustave Toutant:
          1. Truth gets said when doors open in conversation.
          2. Same here but on a smaller scale.
          3. Same here but still pay property taxes & insurance.
          4. Our sons are mostly deprogrammed through exposure to anticommunist media obtained through 3 1/2 decades of ‘arm chair’ research.
          5. Before all this my failure was confessed before Christ Who redeemed me, leads me, & is my King.
          6. Then my ‘agency’ was realized especially when regarding the entire Bible as being fulfilled. This includes 2nd Amendment advantage & yielding to the head of the household.
          7. Divine gradualism all the way.

          There is not as much to lose with ‘strangers’ as there is with intact family. (See #1)

          ‘Imperium’, ‘Mein Kampf’, ‘Masters of Deception’, ‘Witness’, ‘Brainwashing’, ‘The Death of James Forrestal’, ‘Marxist Minstrels’, America’s Retreat from Victory , ‘Battle for the Mind’, ‘Thought Reform & the Psychology of Totalism’, ‘ Rhythm, Riots & Revolution’, ‘Riding the Tiger’, ‘Jewish Utopia’, are a few of my reads. ‘The Gulag…’ is on the shelf waiting it’s turn.

          ‘Defeatism’ can be confused with‘ detachment’.
          Your Grandmother is most likely proud of you.

          • @Hauntess- Your kind words about my Grandmother being proud of me brought an unexpected tear to my eye. All of my Grandmothers’ countenances are burnt into my memory. I knew all four of them, and miss them very much. I hope you’re right about them being proud of me, although I am wary of pride, because it never served me in the times I employed it. My pride came before the fall, as it always does, and I fell relatively hard compared to others. Or perhaps the others haven’t fallen yet. Either way I really don’t wish that upon anyone and prefer to look upon myself as a wretch. Perhaps I confused defeatism with detachment in you, but if you’re as good a person as I now suspect you to be, please reattach yourself, because we need all the help we can get. You’re not an “extra” on the stage. That was the point of my referencing the Gulag quote. People allowed that vast amount of suffering to happen to themselves and their countrymen. And I reckon that the ongoing memorials to celebrity historical figures largely signals indictments of them. Not all of them, but a lion’s share majority. I post as PGT Beauregard because I believe from my research that he was a good guy. Yes he was a mason, but he hated Jefferson Davis passionately, so I give him a pass on his masonic involvement. I know from my own research that many masons are dupes and/or born into the tradition of it, and don’t really buy that stuff. I like your reading list and I’m personally getting ready to crack my Stalag Edition after I finish a few others. I’ve been meaning to get that Forrestal book for a while also. I am enjoying an Otto Skorzeny memoir right now called “For Germany”. I am sorry about calling you a bitch, ma’am. I hope you and your sons and your grandchildren and the rest of your family stay safe, healthy, armed and prosperous.

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