The Left pushes America down a slippery slope

Summary: The Left drives America down a slippery slow to an unknown future. Radical social changes are coming ever faster, experiments powered by government power, done without our consent. We can still get off this path.

Slippery Slope

It is essential to see that we are sliding down the slippery slope. First, easy divorce. Second, rights for homosexuals. None were done with testing or experimentation to determine their effects on society. These were about more than rights. All were exercises of government power, pushed through by the courts and bureaucracies with little public support. Few politicians ran on the “easy divorce” or “gay rights” platforms. Plus blizzards of propaganda from academia, NGOs, and the news media. All resulted in massive proselytizing for the new lifestyle.

Now comes the third wave: rights for the transgendered. again, driven by government power without consent of the governed. Again without research as to its long-term effects.

If he – or she, as you prefer – wins, it will be a milestone. That is, a meaningless even by itself but marking progress on a path going somewhere. We can see only a few of the implications.

  • As the guys at 4Chan said long ago, this shows that men are better at everything than women – including being women.
  • It shows the glitterati is hard-left, contemptuously poking in the eye their mostly traditional and mostly male audience.
  • It shows that the far Left is winning, remaking our society in a form more pleasing to their ideology. Almost uncontested.
  • It means the West is going full Weimar. That didn’t end well last time.
  • It probably means other things. Things of great significance but beyond my pay grade to see.

Trust the Left’s social engineers in their Great Experiments. We’re the lab rats.

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What’s happening?

The Left has broken all substantial opposition to its vision of a new society. Even resistance of the evangelicals has broken. This is the pursuit phase of battle: pursuit to crush a foe in full retreat.

Know that after Rights for Transgenders there will be a fourth wave. And a fifth. Until our society has changed beyond recognition.

Think back to see how much America has changed since these serial revolutions began. Where we were in 1990 was beyond the imagination of most in 1970. Where we were in 2010 was beyond the imagination of most in 1990. America in 2030 will be beyond the imagination of those in 2010.

But we can change and retake control of America’s evolution. For people, being sheep is a choice.

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58 thoughts on “The Left pushes America down a slippery slope

  1. Larry,

    We dodged a bullet when what’s her name lost the last Presidential election. The civil war started on that very day, pray the sheep come out of the closet again in 2020.
    If not, I see this uncivil war of words pouring out into the streets in a hurry. Keep in mind the sheep now in France, they have rocks and fireworks,.. we have guns.

    1. Ron,

      Got to love the standard peasants’ refrain – we’re passive apathetic peasants today, but at some day in the vague future We Will Rise Up and Smite Our Oppressors and Bring Them Down. If we could translates sheeps bleating while herded by dogs, we’d hear much the same message.

      Turning a bit of the energy spent on that dreaming into hard work today could make a big difference.

    2. “Got to love the standard peasants’ refrain – we’re passive apathetic peasants today, but at some day in the vague future We Will Rise Up and Smite Our Oppressors and Bring Them Down.”

      This X1000.

      I am truly sick of hearing stuff like this. Guns notwithstanding, the American right is every bit as compromised, soft and decadent as their political adversaries. The simple fact is that they are more concerned with careerism and bourgeoisie respectability than anything else. They’re all #NeverTrumpers. They’re all RINOs.

      What will it take? Rampant divorce and single mommery? Tens of millions of aborted children? Sky-high national debt? Gays dictating in the culture and increasingly the corporate space? Tranny ideology permeating the schools? Right-wing voices no-platformed on social media? Neutered churches? Demographic and linguistic replacement? The slow normalization of pedophilia?

      Hello? Anybody home?

    3. No, you won’t. Unless the radical Left attempts purging substantial segments of the population before fully consolidating their control there will be no meaningful resistance, and even then it will almost certainly be the Left squabbling between themselves (while using the rest of America as pawns) when the people who thought that the revolution should stop now because they already got power and control they wanted find themselves outflanked from the left by younger and more rabid revolutionaries. Just as with Girondins vs. Jacobins, Whites vs. Reds, or Kuomintang vs. Mao.

      Look, I’d like to be wrong, but both lessons of the past and actual behavior of the people in the present indicate that I’m not.

    4. FatR,

      You might be right. But America’s history consists of people counting us out — and being proven wrong. That was true at the Founding and at every crisis since. And there have been many of them, some worse than the challenges we face today.

      So your forecast might be rational. But what counts is not how good we are as bookies, but as citizens. In my experience with the 56000+ comments posted here since 2007, people tend to make forecasts that justify their apathy and passivity. I won’t say more about such people, as it is unnecessary.

    1. The Real,

      ” However, polls consistently show …”

      Yes, after decades of intensive propaganda. It was not so when their campaigns began. Which is why it was waged using the Courts and bureaucracies, not the legislatures. Public opinion followed the fait accompli. Just as is happening with rights for the transgendered.

      We are molded by the institutions the Left owns, like clay on a wheel. More accurately, herded like sheep.

    2. a bee,

      “and that shows something wrong with the American people.”

      I prefer a less judgmental perspective. Self-government is difficult, and America appears to have decided that this burden is too great to bear. It is a choice. Most people around the world across history share that belief.

  2. Ron, I don’t think open civil conflict with arms is what will win, or go well for anybody. To win, the US citizenry needs to come together; we want more people under the tent that want to make the country work, not shoot each other up. You are correct that this is a battle of words, as the Greeks saw words as the embodiment of ideas and thoughts. We need to win the war of words (ideas) such that the opponents to good government are the ones who have to use force. To make it work, we have to take over the reins of our government, so that a shooting war between us and the government does not occur. If we are wise, a shooting civil conflict should be avoided as well.

    It will take work, lots of work. And it will take self awareness of not just the problem(s), but the action(s) to build a solution(s).

    IMO.

    1. johnfpittman,

      In no way am I condoning armed conflict but if Trump doesn’t win again in 2020, I fear the worse. Yes, we all must see that doesn’t happen, the pen is mightier than the sword at the moment. Let’s hope it stays that way.

    1. Ron,

      Armed conflict on the Great Day When the Armed Right Rises from Its Stupor and Finally Decides to Resort to Violence and Burn Down America.

      Why not try citizenship now?

      Also – Trump has had minimal effect on the US government. His team has enacted standard GOP policies (eg, cut taxes for the rich, pressure on unions, cut environmental regulations), and supported the long-standing bipartisan consensus on core policies (e.g., our foreign wars, surveillance state, and massive military). From a long-term perspective, he’s just another round in the bipartisan dance that has governed America for generations. Just as with Obama on the Left, his supporters prefer the Dream Trump to the real one. That’s how peasants are.

  3. There is a bit of update:
    The peasants in France did win — not just a minor concession deferring the planned fuel tax by a few months, but full blown reversal — no Carbon Tax. Well, whether that’ll hold remains to be seen.

    There is a nice article on PCR site — his annual appeal for Christmas:
    https://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2018/12/05/the-offended-majority/
    this time well defining the base of his conviction.
    OTOH, just plain “rule of majority” amounts to fascism if the minorities are not protected — so let’s concentrate on guaranteed protection of the rights of the vulnerable few, while ensuring their aggression would forfeit their protected status and dealt with accordingly: e.g. if a public figure denigrates an LGxyz, they should apologize; but, if another person (C.C. Fair) tweets what she did, she should be ordered to mental institution for treatment or jail for instigating atrocities.

    Appointing more conservative judges, especially into the Supreme Court, may yield better results than violence in the streets.

    1. Jako,

      “The peasants in France did win — not just a minor concession deferring the planned fuel tax by a few months, but full blown reversal ”

      That’s how peasants’ protests work. They got this one policy “reversed” (it can be reinstituted later). But they got nothing for their dreams of systemic change – which interviews show were the primary motivation for the protests (the tax was just the igniter).

      The most important factor distinguishing a peasants’ protest from meaningful action: a peasants’ protest vents the proles frustration and leaves nothing behind. The government will be better prepared for the next time the proles attempt this. Meaningful action creates a framework of organization and leadership, so future action becomes easier and more effective.

    2. JaKo,

      “There is a bit of update: The peasants in France did win — not just a minor concession deferring the planned fuel tax by a few months, but full blown reversal — no Carbon Tax. Well, whether that’ll hold remains to be seen.”

      That’s news to me, Last I heard, Macron suspended the tax. There was a story out there claiming a reversal that was dated two years ago.

      On the left’s global climate demise. First word from Manila (for what it’s worth): “Carbon tax revolt, exposé on IPCC shatter UN climate agenda“, an op-ed by columnist Yen Makabenta.

    3. Ron,

      (1) The French government removed the carbon tax proposal from its 2019 budget. They made no promises about the future, and no such promises would be binding. From The Guardian:

      “Hours earlier, the prime minister, Édouard Philippe, had said his government was prepared to reconsider the tax if other solutions could be found to make the transition to cleaner fuel without hitting people in their pockets, as he spoke to MPs during a debate on next year’s finance bill in the Assemblée Nationale. In a statement on Wednesday evening, the Elysée said that Philippe and the president, Emmanuel Macron, “both wished the increase in the carbon tax be removed” from the budget for 2019. “The citizen and parliamentary debate in the coming weeks and months will have to find solutions and funding that will meet the challenges of the ecological transition; solutions that will preserve the purchasing power of our citizens,” it added.

      François de Rugy, the minister for ecological change, told a French TV news channel he had spoken to Macron to confirm that the eco-tax had been “cancelled for the year 2019”.

      (2) “On the left’s global climate demise. First word from Manila (for what it’s worth):”

      That’s worth nothing, since the author is just another newspaper columnist. Why not ask a cab driver? It is just more of the chaff thrown into the air by activists on both sides.

    4. Ron and Jako,

      Follow=up on the French protests

      It appears that cancelling the carbon tax from the 2019 budget did not appease the protestors. Reuters reports that the French government fears major rioting this weekend, and plans a major mobilization to fight: 89 thousand members of the security services (including “about 10 armored vehicles belonging to the gendarmerie”).

    5. The situation in France reminds me of the situation in New Jersey in 1990. Dem Jim Florio had just been elected governor in 1989 and brought in sizeable Dem majorities in the legislature, which promptly raised the state sales tax from 6% to 7% and expanded it to some items previously not taxed. There was hell to pay for this, with anti-tax “Hands Across NJ” demonstrations all over flinging one of those items (toilet paper) around. In 1991 the Republicans won big control of the legislature and repealed the tax increase immediately. And in 1993 Florio was summarily dumped by RINO Christie Whitman.

      Smash cut to 2005, when far left Dem Sen. Jon Corzine was elected governor. With a compliant state legislature, the sales tax went right back up to 7%. The reaction this time–crickets. NJ is now a fully far left state, with only one Republican US rep left. Same thing will happen in France after all the outrage blows over.

    1. Ron,

      That acknowledgement puts you in the very upper tier of commenters. It’s extraordinarily rare.

  4. @LK

    We can see only a few of the implications.

    As the guys at 4Chan said long ago, this shows that men are better at everything than women – including being women.

    Ha!

    One related implication that I would predict would be a desire by women to look more feminine. Just as women dressing like men has pushed men’s styles toward more masculine features that are hard for women to ape (beards, muscles), I think we will see women responding by being more careful not to be easily mistaken for a man.

    1. Dalrock,

      “I think we will see women responding by being more careful not to be easily mistaken for a man.”

      This is a big factor that is almost never mentioned. I have written about it, but with no reaction in comments. Most women have adopted men’s clothing style. There are many exceptions, such as women wearing leggings or (rarely) dresses or skirts. Some women dress for work in feminine clothes, or when clubbing, or for datings. But most of that is either commercial or cosplay (fun) or bait (i.e., “I’m pretending to be feminine so that you’ll marry me”).

      The number of women that routinely dress in traditional women’s clothes, even after marriage, is small and shrinking every year. It is an outwards manifestation of what used to be (mistakenly) called unisex – but is in fact masculinization. I believe that adoption of men’s clothing encourages or even pushes women’s psychological masculinization.

      This decrease in sexual polarization is a massive change in our social dynamics. My guess is that this decrease in sexual polarity reduces men’s interest in marrying, along with the many other factors doing so. The significance of the clothing change is seldom mentioned, except mockingly (idiotically) as if this doesn’t matter.

      Reversing this would be a big deal.

    2. One related implication that I would predict would be a desire by women to look more feminine. Just as women dressing like men has pushed men’s styles toward more masculine features that are hard for women to ape (beards, muscles), I think we will see women responding by being more careful not to be easily mistaken for a man.

      A somewhat different take on this. I don’t think there is any danger of women being mistaken for men. It has never happened to me to make that error. Though once with someone in transition I didn’t know which sex they were. But they were halfway over, not a normal woman being mistaken for a man. Unless they are heavily into testosterone dosing, at least and deliberately trying to pass, then maybe.

      Is it that there are womens and mens clothing styles, and women are adopting mens? Or is it just that women are dressing with the same aims they always have had, but fashions have changed?

      I am inclined to think the latter. In our local streets and in the gym I see young women dressed very differently from previous generations, but with the clear and successful aim of attracting the male gaze.

      Muscularity similarly. What may seem to people looking back at the Fifties to have been the norm was actually a very unusual state of physical atrophy caused by inactivity. Women of earlier generations did real physical work in the home – it was after all a world without domestic machinery, one in which simply getting the washing done demanded considerable physical exertion. One in which people walked far more, carried more, and heavier loads. Studies of medieval skeletons support this claim.

      To a non-artistocratic woman of 1500, an average woman of 1950 would have seemed positively frail and unfit to manage the tasks of daily life.

      There was a sort of superstitious terror in the gym world in the Fifties and Sixties – you’d find women worrying they would get muscles and saying they did not want to. Not that women can, without hormones.

      That has pretty much now gone now. Generalizing about one’s personal taste in these matters is also a real trap. I don’t think there is any evidence that men in general are discouraged by women with the kind of normal female muscularity that is developed by moderate to hard cardio and resistance training, or similarly demanding physical labour, and the strong and fit ladies in my own gym are the ones who attract the admiring glances.

      Homosexuality I’d also take a different point of view. I do find the idea of gay ‘marriage’ a very odd sort of nonsense. But the regime which made private homosexual activity a criminal offence was also quite wrong, and was basically a civil rights issue.

      The problem with the trans movement seems to me scientific. I simply don’t believe you can make men into women (or the reverse) by surgery and hormone administration. We can decide that such people are legally to be treated as the sex they have attempted to move to, there may be socially valid reasons for doing so. But despite its being politically incorrect to call it as it is, this is a legal fiction. Biologically we are dealing with men who have undergone surgery and hormone treatment. This is a different category of being from one who was born with female chromosomes.

    3. Henrik,

      “It has never happened to me to make that error.”

      It is a commonplace experience in the San Francisco Bay Area and New York city. Perhaps this wave of modernity has not yet reached you.

      As for the rest, time will tell if your super-confident guessing proves to be correct. The data so far suggest that you are quite wrong about most of this.

    4. Haven’t been in SF or NYC for quite some years now. So I take your word for it. While finding it very, very weird. I mean, surely for men and women to start looking so similar that a heterosexual man can genuinely be in doubt about which sex he is looking at? I don’t really understand how that can happen without some profound hormonal changes having happened in the next generation. Physical limb proportions, gait, structure of head and shoulders, Adam’s Apple…

      Still, I take your word for it.

    1. Dalrock,

      You go to one of the great unknowns: men are reacting to third and fourth wave feminism in a variety of ways; reluctance to marry, withdrawal from the dating game, defensive behavior at work, etc.

      Women in the next few years might feel about the gender wars much as Emperor Shōwa of Japan did in speech on 15 August 1945: “The war situation has developed not necessarily to Japan’s advantage, while the general trends of the world have all turned against her interest.”

      Or they might double down on fourth wave feminism, and become yet more aggressive. We can only guess. The course of western civ might depend on their choices.

    2. Larry, Darlock: I think clothing will go both ways. Among animals, competition for food and space yeilds to microniches. With humans, it includes other more cerebral activities. This would fit in better with everybody wanting to be different and yet part of a group, as we see fragmentation occurring.

  5. Larry,

    “It appears that cancelling the carbon tax from the 2019 budget did not appease the protestors. Reuters reports that the French government fears major rioting this weekend, and plans a major mobilization to fight: 89 thousand members of the security services (including “about 10 armored vehicles belonging to the gendarmerie”).”

    They also cancelled two soccer matches. Their list of demands grows, still without a leader and that pullout from a carbon tax is crumbs on the table.
    I really don’t want to see that carnage again but I know I’ll watch it for some strange reason. Reports of 300,000 demonstrators two weeks ago and 75,000 last Saturday, who knows what tomorrow brings.

    1. Ron,

      “I really don’t want to see that carnage again but I know I’ll watch it for some strange reason.”

      I experience the world mostly through print (hard copy or virtual), except for entertainment. I wonder to what extent that gives me a different perspective on events.

  6. Larry,

    “I experience the world mostly through print (hard copy or virtual), except for entertainment. I wonder to what extent that gives me a different perspective on events.”

    Maybe we’ll find out here. I spend my retirement winters in front of this monitor looking around the internet and reading. I have no more time for TV, except the news at six and that’s about it. I’ve had enough of that ex-crackhead selling me his wonder pillow that will change my life, and other excessive commercials.
    I was a hippie in the sixties, won the draft lottery of 1971 and never got drafted, troops were coming home when it was my turn. Those demonstrations and riots of the late 1960s were on my mind watching the sh!t go down in Paris last Saturday. What I saw here back then pales in comparison (except Kent State) to the yellow vest riot.

    “Let Them Eat Cake”

    1. Ron,

      “I’m also a devout ‘Climate Change’ Denier.”

      You deny one of the great forces that has shaped world history? Wow.

  7. Larry,

    I’m in the Curry, Pielke, Moore et al camp. Fighting the press and the local newspaper for reporting RCP8.5 instead of RCP2.6

    1. There’s an excellent rebuttal of the methodology behind the CAGW — the “Climate models;” it is meant for general public, but it is well written and concise:
      https://www.hoover.org/research/flawed-climate-models
      I wish it could be read to our PM’s (Trudeau Jr.) family as a good-night story…

      BTW, Mr. Makabenta’s article is another eye-opener — especially in the sense that journalism elsewhere is not DED dead as it is here.

    2. Jako,

      Do you get all your info from people with little or no expertise in the subjects about which they’re writing? Makabenta is a columnist. The Hoover paper about climate models is by two economists. Chaff, just chaff.

      There is a great deal of clear information about climate science by experts in the field. Both Roger Pielke Jr and Sr. Judith Curry. And many others. Or read summaries of experts’ works, liberally supported by quotes and citations.

      Life is short. Spend it wisely.

    3. Ron,

      “I’m in the Curry, Pielke, Moore et al camp.”

      No, you are not. I frequent talk with both Pielke’s and Curry. None of them would describe themselves as a “climate denier.” That’s quite mad, or ignorant. Which is why it is used as an insult by climate activists.

  8. Yesterday riots in France on National TV in Australia, first time 6/12/18. Although they did say several weeks of rioting.

    I teach international students, as part of my income, I have several Indian students, and the interesting thing they said was this process is happening in India, minorities and rich are getting more rights than the Hindu majority or so many feel. There is a rise of Nationalism there, too. It is global, small diversity adds to the favour, like a few spices to plain food, but too much spice changes the food completely.

    France is not about fuel, fuel taxes are the straw that broke the camels back.
    As said in Popular Delusions, Mackay “Men, it has been well said, think in herds; it will be seen that they go mad in herds, while they only recover their senses slowly, and one by one.”

    My Grandfather fought in world war one, he said they (the snipers) were told to kill the Officers and the Big Men (beefy guys) first, as once they were dead they generally retreated when charging a trench, at the moment the French Government has no one to snipe or bribe.

    I think we are close to men going mad and it worries me.

    1. Just a guy,

      I don’t understand. In what way are people going “mad”? What is happening that is so unusual?

      The late 1960s and early 1970s were unusual. Massive riots in the US, with armed troops in our inner cities each summer. Armed insurgency, planting boom sand killing police.

      Lots of action in Europe. The 1968 protests in France made the yellow vests look like a church social. Brutal leftist revolutionaries in Germany and elsewhere. Women burning their bras in demonstrations.

      Ok, the last one is an exaggeration. They weren’t that wild.

  9. Larry,

    “No, you are not. I frequent talk with both Pielke’s and Curry. None of them would describe themselves as a “climate denier.” That’s quite mad, or ignorant. Which is why it is used as an insult by climate activists.”

    OK, bad use of the term. Most of the greens I deal with on the internet call me a lot worse. O well…

    1. Ron,

      Never let opponents set the terms of the debate. If they call you a Nazi, don’t describe yourself as a Nazi.

  10. “Got to love the standard peasants’ refrain – we’re passive apathetic peasants today, but at some day in the vague future We Will Rise Up and Smite Our Oppressors and Bring Them Down. ”

    Larry has astutely identified a refrain (and its flaccidity) I’ve seen on a number of blogs and threads, in particular Vox Popoli and Heartiste, and as seen on many prepper blogs highlighted by Remus on the Woodpile Report.

    And as I’ve pointed out there, there will be no woke white rebellions. The main reason is whites are all very very comfortable and have a lot to lose. Those kinds of civil war events occur when stakeholders have little to lose and much to gain by going violent. White people are nowhere near that state. So we will keep taking it until whites start starving and become really disenfranchised.

    As Roosh has predicted and I agree 100%, at some point pure-bred whites will probably be relegated to some kind of poor Irish potato farmer status. This will be accomplished by the current salami slicing strategy, removing power and wealth by small degrees, yet inexorably. Other mixed race whites may become the rulers, similar to Brazil and Mexico.

    Another mistake people like Ron make is thinking “We have all the guns”. This is a gigantic and fatal mistake and miscalculation. Actually Antifa has openly born AR-15s at a recent rally in Seattle, and armed Black Panthers stumped for Stacey Abrams. There are hard left organizations that are well armed and train regularly.

    In addition, any fledgling white rebellion will be smashed brutally by tactical wings of LEO orgs like FBI and local SWAT – this has already happened several times.. Any large scale armed rebellion will be violently and ruthlessly annihilated by US armed forces who are manned by many POC. Those people in uniform will follow orders and crush any insurgency using all the high tech arsenal at their disposal. Your ARs won’t amount to much. Don’t fantasize too much about being an Afghan Freedom Fighter Mujaheddin. And it is just that, a wild fantasy. The actual number of hard-core survivalists capable of living without the grid is probably less than 10,000.

    There is one wildcard that may bring hope to whites who fear losing their power. That is WWIII initiated by an ascendant China who is ready to reclaim her throne as the super race and undisputed global superpower. That would send the US into total chaos, since there won’t be a unified response from Americans. Most recent immigrants and many POC – who are only here to suck at the teat and drain the carcass of America – will bail out, claim 4F, go back home or otherwise balk at defending US interests with their lives. In that situation and in the chaos whites may be able to form militias capable of genociding local POC groups. And I hope you realize that’s what would be required to reclaim power, full blown genocide. That’s the way it’s been since time immemorial.

    The main thing arm chair warriors have to realize is the difference between existential crisis and police action. We have not won in places like Viet Nam or Afghanistan because there was/is no existential crisis facing us. If there was some large-scale white rebellion it would be an existential crisis facing US leaders and they would respond accordingly with brutality, total extermination, bug-crushing violence, only WWII Vets have seen. The value of life would drop to zero.

    1. Burner,

      I don’t believe anything you’ve said is realistic. You’re consuming too much material from the fringes. A detailed rebuttal would take too long, and be fruitless (fringe people are immunized against facts and logic). Here are a few points.

      “The main reason is whites are all very very comfortable and have a lot to lose.”

      That was also true before the Glorious Revolution of 1688, the American Revolution, and the attempted Confederate Revolution. All three were waged by unusually prosperous people of their time. Esp the American revolution: due to the labor shortage, wages of adult white American men were substantially higher than in Europe.

      More importantly, your fantasizing about violence misses the entire point of this and other posts. There is no need for force. The current situation results from passivity and apathy of the American public (all races). Stirring ourselves into basic citizenship, as our predecessors did, would more than suffice.

      “As Roosh has predicted and I agree 100%, at some point pure-bred whites will probably be relegated to some kind of poor Irish potato farmer status.”

      Wow. Too silly for rebuttal.

      “any fledgling white rebellion will be smashed brutally by tactical wings of LEO orgs like FBI and local SWAT …”

      American police are a solidly blue collar and largely white force. Despite your so-confident prediction, how they would side in the unlikely civic violence is impossible to determine.

      “this has already happened several times.”

      No, it hasn’t. There has not been any “white rebellion” since the KKK was crushed. And the local police sided with the KKK (history you appear to have forgotten).

      “That is WWIII initiated by an ascendant China who is ready to reclaim her throne as the super race”

      Deep fantasy. It is doing nothing remotely like that.

      “We have not won in places like Viet Nam or Afghanistan because”

      We have not won there because those are 4GWs. No foreign army has defeated a local 4GW foe since Mao brought 4GW to maturity after WWII (with a few exceptions, depending on def of “foreign”). Developed nation or undeveloped. Gentle or genocidal. Everybody loses.

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