The Democrats are blatantly trying to steal Trump’s victory by defrauding the election through mail-in ballots in several states whose ultimate results will decide the presidency. It’s understandable why many across the world feel intense schadenfreude at what’s happening considering the fact that the US has a decades-long track record of supporting undemocratic regime changes against literally dozens of other countries in pursuit of its unipolar hegemonic interests, but one mustn’t sacrifice their principles by celebrating this scenario if they’ve previously condemned it whenever America does this elsewhere.
What’s happening right now is the culmination of several key trends that I analyzed at length in my prior articles about how “The Hybrid War of Terror on America Was Decades in The Making” and “The Anti-Trump Regime Change Sequence Is Worthwhile Studying”. To oversimplify these complex processes, the US’ Hybrid War strategy finally boomeranged back home after subversive elements within the country itself finally began to apply these same political technologies that their government previously pioneered and perfected across the planet in order to advance their radical ideological interests at home.
It might feel good to many to see the US suffering from its own strategies that so many others have been victimized by before, but that isn’t an excuse to stoop to its level by celebrating it. It’s perfectly fine to use this opportunity to make powerful rhetorical points exposing American hypocrisy and the dysfunction of its political system that it’s sought to forcefully impose upon others. In fact, it’s encouraged that they do, and they can even cite some of my insight into the matter that I shared almost three years ago when analyzing how “Military Intelligence Has Weaponized Democracy Worldwide”.
Nevertheless, everyone should be conscious of the fact that the whole world will judge them based on how they publicly react to the US’ electoral chaos. There’s no doubt that many countries are eager to see Biden steal the election since Trump’s first term has been disastrous for their interests, but those same countries’ interests — especially in the soft power sphere — could receive irreparable self-inflicted damage by endorsing the Democrats’ regime change against him. This would especially be the case if the US ends up exporting a similar regime change model against them during a possible Biden (or even Harris) presidency.
Although the exact means might differ on a case-by-case basis, the general strategy of the US continuing to overthrow governments across the world on superficial “pro-democracy” pretexts will likely endure regardless of whoever leads the fading superpower. With this in mind, those targeted governments’ reputations might be seriously harmed by none other than their own hand if the US points out their hypocrisy in previously supporting a scenario like the one presently unfolding inside of America’s borders while condemning such a process if it takes place within their own territory as part of a forthcoming US regime change operation.
It’s therefore important to remain mindful of one’s own interests as well as the state that they represent if it’s only a private citizen expressing their personal views and not a foreign government official. There shouldn’t be any doubt that American intelligence agencies are actively scouring the international media landscape, both legacy media and social media, to assess the level of support in foreign societies for the type of regime change scenario that’s currently playing out inside the US. If it’s determined that certain influential officials or private individuals endorsed the anti-Trump coup, then they might eventually come to regret it later.
Not because Trump will take revenge on them if he survives this unprecedented anti-democratic onslaught against him (though that also can’t be ruled out since he certainly won’t forget the foreign officials who publicly opposed him during his most vulnerable moment), but because the intelligence faction of the US “deep state” (the term for collectively referring to any country’s permanent military, intelligence, and diplomatic bureaucracies) is processing this data to produce keener insights for perfecting forthcoming regime change operations elsewhere.
To conclude, everyone has the right to responsibly express themselves about whatever it may be, but sacrificing their prior anti-regime change principles due to an uncontrollable outburst of schadenfreude could backfire. At the very least, it would forever call their credibility into question in the event that they ever condemn another regime change operation anywhere across the world, especially if it plays out in a similar fashion as the ongoing one inside the US. Principles must trump schadenfreude, and the historic opportunity to make powerful rhetorical points in support of one’s own principles mustn’t be missed because of misguided zeal.