Far be it from me to comment on the murky origins of the Chinese coronavirus, but it is perhaps not by chance that its emergence coincided with the beginning of both the Chinese New Year and the American election year. Though I am hesitant to conclude that the pandemic will not result in the death toll that hysteric talking heads in the news media are prophesying, and while I acknowledge that the Chinese coronavirus is a real and serious pandemic (some of my loved ones have been affected), it cannot be ignored that the lying press has not only totally lost its credibility over the past few years and that they, as the mouthpieces of the ruling class, will do whatever it takes to eliminate President Trump—including intentionally fomenting an economic crisis. Certainly, they are succeeding with aplomb, as over ten million Americans have “lost their jobs.” Many of these will be unable to locate them again. Whether or not the media histrionics are valid, their mendacity forces us to doubt every word that falls in shame from their artificially filled lips.
Why is President Trump going along with this controlled demolition of our economy? He has even suggested the possibility of suspending domestic air travel. Our lives have been placed in the hands of epidemiologists. Ann Coulter recalled that “playwright Arthur Miller once told a story about a geologist who remarked that life was possible even in the vast American desert. All you needed was water, he said, and the largest reservoir on the globe was located right under the Rockies. But how would he get it? Simple—drop a couple of atomic bombs. But what about the fallout? "Oh," said the geologist, "that's not my field." Today, the epidemiologists are prepared to nuke the entire American economy to kill a virus. What about the jobs, the suicides, the heart attacks, the lost careers, the destruction of America’s wealth? Oh, that's not my field.” What about the child abuse, domestic violence, and divorces that are surely piling up?
We should be grateful that neither Senator Sanders nor former Vice President Biden are at the helm. The most recent CNN debate spent a vastly inordinate amount of time injecting Leftist causes célèbre into polemics masquerading as virus questions, including one forged in the fires of the highest absurdity that asserted that illegal aliens live in fear for their lives, and thus cannot seek medical attention for the virus. I guess we have to give the untold tens of millions of alien invaders amnesty in order to fight the virus. One CNN moderator asked, seeming to seek an answer in the affirmative, if the candidates support a “national quarantine” whereby the military will be mobilized to enforce a nationwide lockdown to confine all of us to our homes. The eradication of community life is a Leftist’s wet dream, while shuttered churches writhe and liquor stores thrive. New York Governor Cuomo has also called on President Trump to mobilize the military. Cuomo has set up a “containment zone” quarantining the entire city of New Rochelle. This virus, whatever its origins and true consequences, is undoubtedly being used to push the envelope of State power to new distances. It isn’t too far-fetched to imagine firearm confiscation, or, as one friend suggested, a “turn in your gun for a vaccine and food” program. The possibilities cascade, as V for Vendetta so chillingly demonstrated.
Whether or not the Chinese coronavirus is or will be as apocalyptic as the pundits are proclaiming, it raises still other disturbing questions. Tucker Carlson has called attention to our frightening dependence on the Chinese enemy for our pharmaceuticals; one Chinese state media organ recently explicitly threatened to withhold these medicines. How sinister could our ruling class have been to outsource the production of our life-saving drugs to a country that hates us, to a people who stir-fry living dogs? Even to outsource these materials to an ally would be the height of irresponsibility. China also essentially controls the global supply of rare earths minerals as well, vital components in the technologies that we have become addicted to. How long will it take Americans to rebuild the industries that ‘our’ leaders eviscerated? Senators Richard Burr, Diane Feinstein, and Kelly Loeffler, among others in Congress, appear to have transparently engaged in insider trading to profiteer from the situation. ‘American’ corporations continue to demonstrate their allegiance to the earth entire except for us. 3M CEO Mike Roman warns of “humanitarian” consequences if all of his production is insourced back into America. Humanitarian? Let the world burn. Our so-called ‘allies’ have already confiscated medical supplies bound for our country. China, on whom the entire blame must be laid for this disaster, lapped up the medical supplies of nations foolish enough to host its corporations and shipped them back to the mainland. Our only duty is to our people.
The response to the Chinese coronavirus also lays bare another disquieting truth. When the hostile parasitic force that controls our institutions deems something to be important, they shift the machinery of State into overdrive. This exposes the immense discrepancy between what our government is capable of and what it chooses to do, how it chooses to expend our resources. One of the most glaring examples is the governmental response to the crack epidemic versus the opioid epidemic, many orders of magnitude more devastating than the former. 770,000 of our people have had their lives stolen from them, a number greater than our deaths in World War Two. Each year, opioid deaths are roughly the equivalent of our death toll in the Vietnam War. Whole regions of our nation have been destroyed.
Or what about the growing push, wrapped inside the homosexual-transgender extremism rampaging on a war path through the realm, to normalize pedophilia? This is the final frontier in the Manifest Destiny of egalitarianism, the last Bastille to be stormed in the Satanic crusade. Just as National Review now celebrates homosexuality, it is presumably one court ruling away from extolling the virtues of “minor-attracted persons”, the new inoffensive name for the greatest abomination before God and man since legally sanctioned and encouraged infanticide. A body of anecdotal evidence suggests that homosexuality and pedophilia do, in fact, go hand in hand. The extraordinarily humane film Mysterious Skin provides a good illustration of this phenomenon.
Two TED talks, a growing body of academic literature, and at least five articles in popular media outlets such as Salon and New York Magazine, defended in the National Review, as well as a professor at San Diego State University, all have as their explicit purpose the desire to bring pedophilia into the mainstream as yet another oppressed sexual preference to be legally protected by antidiscrimination legislation. Think that can’t happen? Infanticide and homosexuality were considered unthinkable and incomprehensible not so long ago. The Supreme Court rules by diktat and “conservative” judges uphold them as newly-enshrined “precedent”. ABC’s Good Morning America promotes the grotesqueries of “drag kids”. The city of Spokane, Washington, employed two SWAT snipers and dozens of police officers to protect the pedophiliacs of a “Drag Queen Story Hour” from a crowd of concerned mothers. Homosexual “pride” parades regularly feature gyrating, half-naked children. Our public schools push transgender ideology and its attendant puberty blockers on our children, threatening to take them from our custody if we challenge them. Snapchat even offered a “love has no age” filter for its homosexual-transgender “love has no labels” campaign.
In the last five years, child pornography consumption has increased by 4,400%. Our government, rather than devote its efforts to eradicating this Satanic scum, serves as an armed mercenary for the Anti-Defamation League and Southern Poverty Law Center, hard at work to enact the terrifying Domestic Terrorism Penalties Act and legally attack Rightist dissidents as never before. According to Eric Striker, the Federal Bureau of Investigation is now only dedicating about ten percent of its resources to the malignant scourge of child rape. Big Tech devotes its resources to suppressing Rightist speech, rather than easily address the horrific facilitation of child rape that happens in plain sight on their platforms.
Child sex trafficking is the fastest-growing business in organized crime and is an extremely lucrative operation, falling only behind drugs and guns in terms of potential profitability. Every year, it is estimated that at least 100,000 children in our country are sold into sexual slavery and bought for sex almost three million times. This demonic evil happens every day in every city across our nation. Children as young as infants are trafficked into this nightmare underworld. Our only glimpses into this Hell come via the exposures of major institutional rings, such as those within the Catholic Church. The late Jeffrey Epstein operated in broad daylight, untouched by our authorities for decades. Our wide-open border certainly doesn’t help the situation, nor does the fact that hundreds of thousands of children disappear in our country every year.
Where is the media? Where is the Department of Justice? Where are our elected officials, many of whom seem to condone this darkness? They are too busy ensuring that the masses do not start killing each other for toilet paper.
Neil Kumar is a graduate of the University of Chicago and is currently a student at the University of South Carolina School of Law. He is a proud member of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, with roots in South Carolina that extend to the Revolutionary War. He calls Bentonville, Arkansas, home.