It is December 1st 2020 so I am fervently hoping that President Trump will be successful in forcing the courts and the legislatures to acknowledge the overwhelming evidence of wholesale fraud and assign him the election win. But regardless of the outcome of that effort we have to come to grips with the fact that the country we thought we lived in does not exist.
Now that’s a bold statement but I think it’s undeniably true. The last election was not a squeaker that could have turned on the margin of error. Unlike 2016 President Trump had massive new support in the swing states that he needed to win. And that was obviously apparent right up until the switch was pulled in Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan and Wisconsin. In each state President Trump was decisively ahead when the counting was shut down and the observers were sent home and the fake ballots were trucked in by the hundreds of thousands and the fake count was performed without honest witnesses to confirm that the ballots were legitimate. All the other jazz about the electronic systems in place may be as horrendous as they say. That’s harder for me to know about. But the obvious fraud is what we’re left with.
Now what kind of country do these sorts of things happen in? Well, you can think of a whole bunch of names. Oligarchy is the sophisticated name. When I was growing up it would have been called a banana republic. The term that I think is appropriate is gangster state. Without a doubt we haven’t reached the level of brutality that Saddam Hussein was famous for but it’s really only a matter of degree or maybe a more sophisticated sense of taste. After all, the FBI, the Justice Department and the judiciary tortured General Flynn and others of the Trump team psychologically for more than four years with no evidence of a crime having been committed and the media has used concerted propaganda campaigns, supported by the social media companies against half the country for almost a decade. And now that the Left has made riot, looting and arson business as usual I can’t see how anyone can claim that there is a qualitative difference between what goes on in the United States and what goes on in Venezuela or Syria. Say what you like, you can’t call that kind of regime democratic or even legitimate. When the law is enforced selectively and based on partisan advantage then tyranny and dictatorship are perfectly accurate descriptions for that type of regime.
And that is my whole point for this post. Things should be called by their right names. Words shouldn’t hide reality. Calling a place, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea is just making believe that the word democratic doesn’t mean rule by the people. So, let’s call the place we live in by what it truly is. Let’s call it the Democratic People’s Republic of America. I wonder if Kim Jong-Un could send one of those stylish outfits he wears to Creepy Uncle Joe. It would look just about right on the Dear Leader.