Redux from 1st December 2020 – Will America simply refuse to be ruled by Biden’s puppeteers?

From some things that occurred this past week, I thought giving this article a fresh airing might be a good prelude to another piece I’m working on. Have a happy Easter everyone.




The word consent is nowadays generally associated with various degrees of sexual molestation to which the victim has not agreed, but before that it had a much broader meaning within the context of politics. In essence it meant that governing a large number of people could only be done by their tacit cooperation if the political system they lived under had any real democratic basis.

The classic example is policing. Every police officer knows their job would become impossible overnight if the consent to be policed was suddenly withdrawn by the population. The only way to police that situation is for a country to become a police state with a policeman stationed on every street corner. When that’s done, bang goes any pretense of being a real democratic society. There are inner city hellholes where policing has effectively been withdrawn because in those pockets, consent has been withdrawn for various reasons, making them wholly owned patches of turf run by some criminal acting as a kind of self-appointed local chieftain. In essence, they’ve become ungovernable.

There are many examples of what happens when consent is withdrawn, and it’s worth making the point that the withdrawal itself may be consensual or done under duress. A historic example of its withdrawal under duress was the parcelling up of large American cities into territories by the Mafia. Never mind all that romanticism popularised by the movies of the Mafia being somehow the people’s protector against the nasty corrupt system, because it was primarily the people within those territories who were preyed upon and if you objected or spoke up, it was you or your family that got killed as an example to others.

Pretty much the same thing is happening in the major cities of Europe, but in a different guise. All have no-go areas created by the invasion of Muslim “refugees” and controlled by Muslim extremists extorting and dealing drugs to their own people under cover of being devout and not corrupted by western society. They’re also being used as safe tribal areas from which to launch terrorist attacks. It’s no wonder the arch-priestess of multiculturalism Angela Merkel finally gave up on the whole grand liberal experiment declaring it had “failed utterly”. Areas of Minnesota appear to have gone in that direction.

The biggest example of the voluntary withdrawal of consensus is India. A country, currently second only to China in terms of population and soon to be first, was a colony of the British empire administered at its height by an estimated 50,000 colonial bureaucrats. At the time of it gaining independence, its population was about 400 million people who were being governed by effectively a small number of administrators. It all worked by consent because contrary to woke history, living inside any sprawling empire does have some concrete benefits.

That all changed overnight for a number of reasons I don’t propose to explore, but the net effect was a certain critical mass of ordinary people became politicised. Once that happened and as a result consent to being governed was withdrawn until national independence was granted, its secession from the Raj was both inevitable and unstoppable. Through a campaign of civil disobedience and the huge disparity in numbers, it became plainly impossible for the colonial power to exert any control. They simply didn’t have that amount of manpower.

The historic parallels between India under colonial rule and a possible outcome of a small number of people illegally wresting control of America are uncanny. The population are already polarised by the Steal and despite what you might think, there’s the same huge disparity in the numbers. Despite the propaganda efforts of fake news and big tech to big up their numbers, they actually represent only a small minority of public opinion. Pygmies shouting through huge megaphones that very few people nowadays listen to. Every organ of the colonial version of fake news did exactly the same thing and condemned the move towards independence.

India had Ghandi who attracted huge crowds to his rallies and America have Trump who routinely attracted hundreds of thousands of people a day to his rallies during the election. By simply withdrawing their consent to being ruled by a foreign power, India broke that power almost overnight. By Americans simply withdrawing their consent to being ruled by a hijacked government, the same thing would inevitably happen.

The tactics of actioning that withdrawal are by now classic – massive protest rallies, widespread crippling strikes degrading the infrastructure, everyone refusing point blank to work for the government or any of its cats paws, the immediate boycott of any business that supported the administration in any way and last and most effective, the withholding of any payment of personal taxes. Where force is tried to make an individual conform, it’s met with a wall of people. All of that would succeed, and without a single shot being fired.

When Admiral Yamamoto learned no declaration of war had been made before the attack on Pearl Harbour he said he feared they’d awoken a sleeping giant. He chose his words carefully because he knew despite the fanaticism Japan could bring to the conflict, they were doomed to lose in the end.

All that’s needed is another Pearl Harbour, in the shape of the Steal succeeding.


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18 Responses to “Redux from 1st December 2020 – Will America simply refuse to be ruled by Biden’s puppeteers?”
  1. Vlad the Impaler says:

    A very wonderful article, Pointman. I would, with all due respect, ask that you perhaps make one small change:

    The quote you state of Yamamoto, which I saw, just as you did, at the end of ‘Tora Tora Tora’, was, in fact, completely made up by the Director. It is unfortunate that the myth was perpetuated by the more recent rendition of “Midway”, but said director has since admitted that he made the whole thing up. There is no historical documentation, other than the movie, that indicates that Yamamoto ever said this.

    I am not certain of how aware you are of U.S. politics and such, but know that several States, hopefully to include my own Wyoming in the very near future, have already passed pre-emption laws to any Xiden ‘firearms-control’ measures. With any luck, this will be the ‘shot heard ’round the world’ (re: Lexington, 1775), and be the beginning of the end of this nightmare.

    With warmest regards,



  2. Margaret Smith says:

    I always thought this quote was genuine but even if Yamamoto didn’t say it, it was certainly actually true.
    Things have been going so badly wrong for the puppeteers that they are resorting to blaming Trump again. Was Trump the only adult in the Federal government? It’s looking increasingly like it. Too many career politicians there and here in the UK.

    Enjoyed this article as usual. A lot of states are not prepared to knuckle under so it is going to be increasingly interesting


  3. Vlad the Impaler says:

    Response to “cal87”:

    I’m not a big fan of Wiki, but it does, on occasion, have relatively decent information.

    When I put the full quote into a search engine, this is a small part of what came back:

    “The director of Tora! Tora! Tora!, Richard Fleischer, stated that while Yamamoto may never have said those words, the film’s producer, Elmo Williams, had found the line written in Yamamoto’s diary. Williams, in turn, has stated that Larry Forrester, the screenwriter, found a 1943 letter from Yamamoto to the Admiralty in Tokyo containing the quotation. However, Forrester cannot produce the letter, nor can anyone else, American or Japanese, recall it or find it. Randall Wallace, the screenwriter of the 2001 film Pearl Harbor, readily admitted that he copied the line from Tora! Tora! Tora!”

    So, it sounds like ‘this person’ said that ‘that person’ had seen something that ‘another person’ said he had seen … … …

    I like the line, “… Elmo Williams, had found the line written in Yamamoto’s diary … “. The very first question to hit my mind was, what was a non-Japanese, non-family member, doing with Yamamoto’s diary? Wouldn’t something like that be in the possession of either his family, or perhaps the IJN?

    Many historians have come to the conclusion that Yamamoto was painfully aware that any protracted engagement with the ‘sleeping giant’ would be ruinous for Japan. If the portrayal in the 1976 “Midway” is in any way accurate, Yamamoto knew that the U.S. and its allies would be able to recover, and eventually out-produce anything Japan was able to do, regardless of the status of its conquered territories. But one of Japan’s weaknesses was the IJN doctrine of the “decisive battle”: you land one, heavy, ultimate blow to the enemy, and they give up (re: Tsushima). Jonathan Parschall, in “Shattered Sword”, and James D. Hornfischer, in “Last Stand of the Tin Can Sailors” discuss the IJN philosophy/doctrine at length. You would find these to be enlightening.

    At best, I think we can state that the ‘quote’ is on shaky ground. Someone as brilliant as Yamamoto is likely to have had the thought, but may have been smart enough to keep it to himself. I’ll let you decide for yourself.

    Hope that helps,



    • cal87 says:

      An well-padded reply to a simple question. Your sources are Wikipedia and a Hollywood war movie? Don’t ring us, we’ll ring you.


  4. NoFixedAddress says:

    Should hostilities once break out between Japan and the United States, it would not be enough that we take Guam and the Philippines, nor even Hawaii and San Francisco. To make victory certain, we would have to march into Washington and dictate the terms of peace in the White House. I wonder if our politicians [who speak so lightly of a Japanese-American war] have confidence as to the final outcome and are prepared to make the necessary sacrifices


  5. gallopingcamel says:

    Prior to November 8, I used to watch three hours of FOX news each day. Varney, Hannity, Carlson and Ingraham. Now I don’t watch any news on TV and as Rush Limbaugh predicted I am much more cheerful and optimistic.

    Likewise I have not visited this website since the election so I am impressed by how busy you have been offering false hope to your handful of followers.

    Your heart is in the right place and with your amazing talent for writing you should have a much larger following.

    I hope you will consider joining a movement that will bring down corrupt nation-states. The process is underway and it will happen even if none of us lift a finger. It will happen faster and with less bloodshed if you will help to create a “New World Order”.


    • Pointman says:

      I’ve no problem with people losing their stomach for a fight, but I’d rather you didn’t virtue signal it all over my blog. Now run along and play somewhere else.



      • oldmarine says:

        Fucking A.


      • gallopingcamel says:

        You would have been a great comrade if you had chosen to join the real battle.
        If you see taking down nation-states as “Virtue Signalling” may God have mercy on you.

        Live long and prosper.


    • NoFixedAddress says:

      @G.C., as E.M. Smith responded.

      I actually agree that “A New World Order” is unfolding before our very eyes.

      But it is not “One World Government” as CCP, WEF, UN, EU types would have it with “The Grand Re-Set” thingy.

      I think it is more your micro-Nation States like Hungary and Poland.

      More like the ‘Red’ States of America kicking the East and West Coast States out of America.

      Maybe there will come a day when ‘The City of London’ is excised from Britain.

      Maybe Russia will protect Germany.

      And maybe since November 8, 2020 your paymasters achieved their goals and no longer need to pay you to watch BSM (Bull Sh*t Media) so now you figure to gallop across real online media and opinion.

      In Australia galloping camels are shot dead from micro helicopters.


      • NoFixedAddress says:

        and donkeys


      • gallopingcamel says:


        Camels (even the ones that can gallop) are an endangered minority. Even the people we love (aka Pointman) reject us.

        We don’t have sharp teeth or claws but we are used to adapting to harsh environments. Like the cockroach we will survive long after our enemies are dust.


      • NoFixedAddress says:

        ahhh @gCamel

        Interesting you equate yourself with cockroaches.

        I equate g(lobalsist)Cockroaches with BSM. BullshitStreamMedia.


  6. another ian says:




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