The Storming of Capitol Hill: More Chaos Expected in the U.S. in Coming Years

Biden’s victory lacks legitimacy because no full audit was undertaken in accordance to the Trump team’s demands. The latter presented plenty of compelling evidence making their case for fraud even though the courts later rejected it all (speculatively for corrupt reasons), but if the Democrats were so confident that no such fraud occurred, then they should have voluntarily complied with the requests in the interests of transparency in order to reassure everyone of the legitimacy of America’s democratic process.

The storming of Capitol Hill on 6 January will go down as a day of infamy though for different reasons than the Mainstream Media is claiming. Trump’s supporters have legitimate political grievances, but it was wrong to resort to violence instead of remaining peaceful and within the limits of the law, though it’s understandable why they and other movements such as Antifa and “Black Lives Matter” (BLM) periodically use force. This observation, however, shouldn’t be misinterpreted as an endorsement of such means.

It’s extremely suspicious that the seat of government in the world’s most militarily powerful country was left practically undefended during an ongoing session of government to certify the results of the most contentious election in modern history, especially considering the long-planned Save America March for that day. Footage of police officers removing barricades and even opening the building’s doors strongly suggest that someone wanted to tempt the “most overly passionate protesters” (and provocateurs) into storming the US Capitol.

The Democrats claim that Trump was behind it all in a desperate last-ditch effort to either pull off a Color Revolution/”Democratic Security” coup against them or at least physically punish his opponents by channeling the rage of what they regard as “his” mob. Trump’s supporters, meanwhile, believe that provocateurs manipulated crowd psychology to that dire end and that elements of the US’ permanent military, intelligence, and diplomatic bureaucracies (“deep state”) “passively facilitated” this scenario as was explained.

The latter interpretation of events holds that the reverse-engineered outcome was to “justify” the possible promulgation of legislation labeling the Trump-inspired “Make America Great Again” (MAGA) movement as a “domestic terrorist” organization, intensify Big Tech’s ongoing censorship campaign, and establish the pretext for launching a domestic version of the US’ infamous “War on Terror”. Regardless of the motives, it’s clear that America is divided like never before and that a prolonged period of political instability is extremely likely.

The roots rest in the decades-long Hybrid War of Terror on America that I elaborated upon in my analysis last summer of the same time and to which I’m hyperlinking in the preceding keywords. The gist is that liberal-globalists have worked for decades to infiltrate all levels of influence in American society in order to subvert the country’s traditional conservative-nationalist worldview. The Democrats represent the first-mentioned pernicious element allied with mainstream Republicans while MAGA is the vanguard of the latter.

These visions are irreconcilable, but the liberal-globalists were on the brink of peacefully completing their seizure of power had Hillary Clinton won the 2016 elections. Her surprise defeat as a result of the so-called “deplorables” rising up in the Midwest in support of Trump changed American history by propelling “one of their own” in the ideological sense into the White House in a final bid to stop the liberal-globalists’ takeover. As I recently wrote, though, “Trump Was Swallowed By The Swamp Because He Lacked The Strength To Drain It”.

Prior to MAGA’s dramatic defeat last week — which was greatly facilitated by suspected electoral and voter fraud — Antifa and BLM launched the kinetic phase of their patrons’ decades-long Hybrid War of Terror on America through a six-month-long crime wave which saw them burning, looting, rioting, and even murdering in rare instances with near impunity. The government’s double standards to their actions compared to last week’s storming of Capitol Hill speaks volumes about how far the seizure of power still proceeded under Trump.

I predicted late last year that “Biden’s America Would Be A Dystopian Hellhole”, and with that outcome appearing to be a fait accompli in the aftermath of last Wednesday’s unprecedented security crisis in Washington, it’s all the more important that MAGA deeply reflects on its future course of action. I wrote about this at length in two analyses titled “From One MAGA To Another: Here’s How To Cope With What Happened” and “The MAGA Movement Must Either Rehabilitate Or Purge The QAnon Cultists From Its Ranks”.

Domestically speaking, America is divided like never before and its newly secure liberal-globalist elites are seriously contemplating the launch of a domestic version of their infamous “War on Terror” to politically exterminate all opposition to their plans to impose de facto one-party rule under the Democrat Party. On the international front, America’s decline from its former superpower status is accelerating, making it extremely dangerous since it might try to take down the rest of the world with it as its unipolar hegemony keeps fading.

US declining process was already underway for years and became visible after the 2008 financial crisis. Trump tried to restore America’s fading unipolar hegemony but generally failed since he wasn’t able to secure a second term in order to execute it to the extent that he originally planned. All of his domestic and probably most of his foreign policies to this end will likely be reversed under Biden, though the power structure behind the incoming leader will continue to push forward ahead with his vision, albeit under a different name and through different means.

Hints of this are already evident through his desire to create an “Alliance of Democracies” which would basically function as a neoliberal rebranding of neorealist Trump-era coalitions like the Quad. I elaborated on this more at length in an exclusive analysis that was published at the Islamabad Policy Research Institute (IPRI) about how “An ‘Alliance of Democracies’ Might Be America’s Next Grand Strategic Move”. The US probably won’t go down without a fight, both domestically and internationally, which is why more chaos should be expected.


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