Ask Mo about Space Command and how his buddy Trump “single-handedly” moved it to Brooks’ district.
And ask about why Brooks made the announcement prematurely, exactly one week after January 6. Press release, January 13, 2021. @January6thCmte…
Secretary of Defense Austin stands behind the decision to audit the process. I do hope @January6thCmte consults with @SecDef and @DeptofDefense on this and gets to the bottom of it.…

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7 Jan
1/The concept of “folk politics” is a useful one for describing why the left has become ossified and reactionary against the right, and why the right has the upper hand in establishing the Overton window.…
2/I don’t know that I agree with the entire agenda here, but I do think we need to ground ourselves in first principles, with a firm and unwavering commitment to rule by the demos, and a firm and forceful rejection of libertarian anarchism and its neofeudal aims.
3/Also worth noting that “Marxism” is super dumb and has produced some of the world’s greatest atrocities. Why? Because of how humans behave in groups. No one bothered to consult a sociologist or study the effects of in-group/out-group conflict.
Read 13 tweets
4 Jan
1/January 6 was a product of multiple factions operating at multiple layers. Any analyst saying it was just 'one' thing is missing the forest for the trees. Here are a few of these layers.
2/Christian nationalists, yes. Represented in groups like Council for National Policy. Right wing paramilitary extremists (Oathkeepers, Three Percenters, 1AP). Constitutional Sheriffs. Goldbugs. Anti-CCP (Epoch Times/Guo/Moonies). QAnon cultists. Catholic Trads (Viganò faction).
3/Underlying all of this are broad coalitions of raw power: oil/gas interests, crypto/gold vs. fiat, NATO/EU vs. Eurasianism (Dugin). These coalitions go back decades into longstanding international fascist and criminal networks competing with liberal democracies for primacy.
Read 6 tweets
3 Jan
1/There are people who are genuinely trying to talk intelligently about cryptocurrencies, but can’t because they don’t have historical background. This thread tries to correct that by suggesting required reading. First, it’s necessary to know what problem it attempts to solve.
2/Bitcoin is designed to be “sound money.” It can’t be controlled by government. What’s mine is mine, what’s yours is yours, and can’t be “diluted” by shadowy “central bankers,” lurking in their urban apartments, smoking cigars — or worse, eating lox bagels.
3/This has been an obsession of a certain kind of person for over 100 years. Protocols of the Elders of Zion (1903) was an early propaganda piece out of Russia, later amplified by Henry Ford.…
Read 27 tweets
31 Dec 21
The reason CDC changed the quarantine guidelines has more to do with trying to prevent cascading societal breakdowns than corporate expedience. A 10 day quarantine will cripple essential services. Do that math. A tidal wave is coming, global + US peak Jan 29.
What’s coming next is nothing like what’s come before. And it’s not about the severity of sickness (and that is not yet actually fully known) but rather everyone getting sick *all at once* and disrupting services and society further. Be careful, be kind, and brace yourself.
This may also coincide with geopolitical instability. Get what you need now, calmly and without drama. Get out of the way of people trying to serve in essential roles through this, under impossible circumstances. They deserve our full respect and support.
Read 4 tweets
29 Dec 21
To understand this insane tweet, it's necessary to dig in to libertarian ideology a bit. Let's see where this comes from.
"Libertarians..have stated..the comparison, unfavorable to the former, of politics and economics, intent on showing the difference between, in sociologist Franz Oppenheimer’s words, “the political means” and “the economic means” of acquiring wealth."…
They are stuck on the view that wealth is either created by economic activity or "stolen" by political means. That, of course, is kinda nutty paranoia talking. But OK, that's what they think. Lots of yada, yada here justifying that. Then, at the end, you get the prize.
Read 8 tweets
23 Dec 21
I happened to know that “learned helplessness” is one of Peter Thiel’s go-to phrases to describe what he believes is an erosion in human agency. It reminded me of it when AOC used the same phrase the other day.
Obviously, it’s common for people to use various turns of phrase. This particular one hit a nerve because of the emerging picture around Justice Dems connections to Thiel’s network, described in this thread and others.
We are starting to get a clearer picture of those network links. More soon. The questions around the small dollar donations are more than fair game and need massive sunlight.

If it’s illegal to game our system with large donations, the same should be true with small donations.
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