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Is it time for the US to split? 
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Not wishing to jump the gun as to who the Electoral College will appoint President on 14 December, but assuming for the sake of argument that the democrats didn't rig the election and Joe Biden becomes the new president and the Republicans hold on to the Senate; why do the democrats think they have won anything? 70 million people voted for Donald Trump and 70 million people voted from Joe Biden. It's also worth noting that at least 100 million didn't vote at all, probably because they are fed up.

For the past 4 years the democrats through control of the House of Representative have pretty much paralysed President Trump’s implementation of his policies. The only things he's been able to get done at home have been through deals with the democrats in return for massive concessions and through presidential executive orders. I'm not saying I agree with his policies, but clearly a lot of voters did which is why they elected him. What this has demonstrated is that in this toxic red/blue partisan environment, each can paralyse the other unless the party in power control both the Senate and the House. So all that is going to happen over the next 4 years is 'payback time' for the past 4 years.

I think what is a real threat to the red states is spiteful revenge and deeply unpopular laws from the blues states, if they can by-pass the Senate. You hear it being talked about already with blacklisting anyone who worked on the Trump team. I mean, have you ever heard of such a thing in a modern day democracy; this isn't 1865. It has a ring of ‘basket of deplorables’ about it where 35 million men, women and children in the South and now northern red States as well, are racists, sexists, homophobics, xenophobics, Islamophobics but are not going to admit it until they are re-educated.



Anyway, here's another musical interlude from some deplorables while we wait for judgement day.


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The big news from across the pond is the isolation and boycott by Red States of US news networks which are overwhelmingly pro-democrat. Even the owners of Fox news, which was the only station to provide news reporting relevant to Red States, has switched to Blue, leaving many of its presenters and journalists outraged.

It's absolutely imperative if the US is to split, that the Red States first establish their own communication infrastructure and news networks. It is rumoured that President Trump may buy and launch a conservative news network for Red States. It was reported a couple of days back that $200 million had been raised by supporters to help make this happen. He has all but disappeared from the Blue State media as have most republicans, leaving them to whistle in the wind with no one to answer their partisan questions. The anti-trump/anti-republican voter rhetoric now falls only on the ears of democrat voters, and the sound of their own voice is driving them nuts. There's also a Twitter clone called 'Parler' that seems to be becoming more mainstream among Red States; there have been 3 million downloads since election day, so that may be worth keeping an eye one.

The tentacles of the US media stretch way beyond the USA. In the UK, the BBC has mirrored much of the Democrat news reporting and that has divided opinions over here as well, particularly along woke and non-woke lines.

Is President Trump heading towards being the first president of the Republican States of America? Will Texas declare independence; create its own Senate and House for other Red States to join? Will Republicans boycott the Democrat House? Will Republicans in the Senate only pass legislation that benefits Red States? What about the Military, they have been menacingly quiet during all this?

I think the outcome of the investigations into voter fraud will play a huge part in this. If the democrats are shown to have rigged the election that will likely be the spark that ignites the petrol. If the Democrats did rig it, and they didn’t need to because Trump would have lost anyway, now that would be funny.

Whilst we are waiting for the decision, here’s another musical interlude (I suspect they're all going on the Democrat's naughty list, although some of them might be getting on a bit now).


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The tentacles of the US media stretch way beyond the USA. In the UK, the BBC has mirrored much of the Democrat news reporting and that has divided opinions over here as well, particularly along woke and non-woke lines.


Rudy Giuliani who’s leading President’s Trumps legal team, just held a press conference where he laid out instances of documented vote rigging in the 2020 presidential election. With President Trump being finished with the Democrat press and effectively stonewalling them, this was the first in-depth statement made by his team that laid out the election rigging case. Unfortunately the press conference was an hour and a half long, longer than most movies, which made it near impossible to sit through unless you had all the time in the world and the attention span and inclination to fidget through it. Normally you would get highlights compiled and 10 minute summaries put up on YouTube, but this didn’t happen. Instead every single the US network news outlet gave an editorial about ‘Rudy’s Rant’. The full unedited press conference was put up on YouTube as they knew no one would watch it, but the only edited clips that appeared were 30 second long of Giuliani’s hair dye running under the heat of the lights. Like President Trump, he was portrayed as a madman and a fool, with the implication that anything he says should be dismissed out of hand. What is alarming, but not surprising, is the copycat reporting in the UK press, following the exact pattern of the US reporting. Clearly the US and UK medias are being controlled by the same people with the same agenda, and their control over what we see and hear stretches across Europe.

The only honest reporting I saw on Giuliani’s press conference came from Tucker Carlson whose article on Fox News has been taken off the front page now. It’s going to be difficult to find now, but suspecting this would happen I copied the link which you’ll see below. I don’t agree with a lot of Tucker Carlson political views, but at least his hysterical rants against China are funny, but what I will give the man is he comes across as an incorrupt reporter. Carlson laid out Giuliani’s points one by one, and made his own point that this needs to be sorted or it could end the country, and I think he’s right. Who won the election is almost irrelevant, it’s whether it was rigged or not is the issue, and most of the 70 odd million Americans that voted for President Trump think it was.

Carlson also talked about a claim made by Sidney Powell, one of the President Trump’s lawyers. She defended General Flynn and is a well regarded lawyer of some reputation, so we are not talking about some crazy person who can just be ignored. Her claim was so jaw-dropping, so show-stopping, that it eclipsed the claims made by Giuliani. Carlson said;

“For more than a week, Powell has been all over conservative media with the following story: This election was stolen by a collection of international leftists who manipulated vote tabulating software in order to flip millions of votes from Donald Trump to Joe Biden. The other day on television, Powell said of Trump that when the fraud is finally uncovered, "I think we'll find he had at least 80 million votes." In other words, rigged software stole about seven million votes in this election.“

“But she never sent us any evidence, despite a lot of polite requests. When we kept pressing, she got angry and told us to stop contacting her. When we checked with others around the Trump campaign, people in positions of authority, they also told us Powell had never given them any evidence to prove anything she claimed at the press conference. Powell did say that electronic voting is dangerous, and she's right, but she never demonstrated that a single actual vote was moved illegitimately by software from one candidate to another. Not one.”

Powell has made a hell of a statement, and Carlson as a reporter is absolutely right to ask to see the evidence. It’s hard to believe someone of Powell’s reputation would make something like this up, especially as without evidence it would discredit everything including herself as a lawyer. I suspect she doesn’t want her evidence aired on TV before it is presented to court.

Here’s the link to the Tucker Carlson article; https://www.foxnews.com/opinion/tucker- ... tion-fraud

And whilst we wait to see where this goes, here’s another musical interlude.


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Well, it looks like the election is over what with the electoral collage confirming Joe Biden as president, so I guess the fun and games will now begin as half of the USA doesn't recognise him as president. Great image...

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Reminds me of this...

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and here we see the 2 new countries

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Whilst we wait for the fun and games to start, let's have a dance


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The big news from across the pond is the isolation and boycott by Red States of US news networks which are overwhelmingly pro-democrat.


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if the US is to split, the Red States need to first establish their own communication infrastructure and news networks.


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There's also a Twitter clone called 'Parler' that seems to be becoming more mainstream among Red States; there have been 3 million downloads since election day, so that may be worth keeping an eye one.


The black-out of President Trump has been replaced by a media blitz against him. With just a week to go before he leaves office the Democrats, who seriously need some help for their rabid Anti-Trump Obssessive Compulsive Disorder, want to impeach him, ideally 7 times (once a day), to make sure he can never run again against them. The Big Tech Mulinationals have deleted his accounts to make sure his voice is not heard.

But things are afoot...

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Tech Under Attack After Parler Goes Dark, Twitter Shares Drop

Tech Firms tried to contain a mounting backlash against their social media sites, with shares of Twitter inc. falling in early trading and rival platform Parler forced offline by Amazon.com Inc.

Twitter fell 6.9% in pre-markeet trading in New York after it banned President Donald Trump permantly for risking incitment to violence, citing posts referring to riots in the US capitol last week, removing one of Twitter's biggest accounts. Facebook shares were down 1.7% - Reuters, 11 Jan 21


Let's have another song whilst we wait for half of America to boycott Twitter, Facebook and Amazon


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