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    Biden's handlers very likely have the Kar-mula succession plan ready, which was the point all along.
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    The older generation is soooo brain washed in this country that I don't see any hope or near cure. We don't have the support of the older generation who openly support Zionists or internationalists and refuse to see our current challenges that plague the younger generations. When we see societal problems, we are labelled as "hateful" or "outsiders" to our own group. Chinese do not dwell in the past over Mao or even criticize their own people like our media. We are probably best off retreating to remote areas. What other option do really have?

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    Dangerous Infrastructure Bill: Flooding America's Suburbs with High-Density Housing Projects



    Dangerous Infrastructure Bill: Flooding America's Suburbs with High-Density Housing Projects





    • This proposal... amounts to "abolishing the suburbs" by making them more like cities.
    • Apartment buildings.... could be built in the middle of any suburban neighborhood, and there is nothing you could do to stop it. A housing project could be built next door to your home. One-acre lots could be subdivided to cram in as many houses as possible.
    • They claim that cities are undesirable places to live because they are crowded, hot, and lack nature, so it is unfair that people have to live there. Ironically, their solution seems to be to make more of them....
    • Worse, local governments presumably know what is best for their communities. That is why communities have local governments rather than a federal government deciding everything for everyone. If residents desired different zoning, their officials would have already made those changes on their own.....That is probably why it is being hidden within a massive bill and not talked about.
    • The federal government has no power to force this change, but the president has floated withholding federal money that towns rely on for things like roads unless the towns comply.... What town can afford to lose all federal transportation dollars — funded with taxes that they pay?..,, Basically, it is not far from extortion.
    • Most cities, and most low-income people, vote for Democrats. For politicians, this means that if you can make the countryside into cities, in 10 years, everyone will be voting for only one party.
    • Many counties will find it hard to resist the temptation to take the cash. But in the long-term they are saddling themselves with a huge influx of poverty whose financial effects will outweigh any grants. Of course, they will also completely change the aesthetics and culture of the neighborhood — and irrevocably alter its political makeup.










    President Joe Biden's "infrastructure" proposal says that money granted to towns and counties will come with a condition: eliminating "prohibitions on multifamily housing" and zoning restrictions such as "minimum lot sizes." This proposal, it has been said, amounts to "abolishing the suburbs" by making them more like cities.


    Interview with Luke Rosiak, an investigative reporter with The Daily Wire. He warns of a little-noticed provision in President Joe Biden's infrastructure proposal that could have major consequences for how people will be forced to live
    and for a political power-grab in the country.



    Gatestone Institute: President Joe Biden's "infrastructure" proposal says that money granted to towns and counties will come with a condition: eliminating "prohibitions on multifamily housing" and zoning restrictions such as "minimum lot sizes." This proposal, it has been
    said, amounts to "abolishing the suburbs" by making them more like cities.



    Rosiak: Yes. Apartment buildings as well as duplexes — essentially carving up suburban homes into multiple apartment units — could be built in the middle of any suburban neighborhood, and there is nothing you could do to stop it. A housing project could be built next door to your home. One-acre lots could be subdivided to cram in as many houses as possible. If you bought into a neighborhood of one-acre lots and enjoy a bit of privacy, your neighbor could soon be able to sell his acre to a real estate developer who could put eight buildings on it.



    GI: What is the purpose of this?



    Rosiak: As USA Today put it: "A house with a white picket fence and a big backyard for a Fourth of July barbecue may be a staple of the American dream, but experts and local politicians say multifamily zoning is key to combating climate change, racial injustice, and the nation's growing affordable housing crisis." As part of the administration's desired $2.3 billion infrastructure plan, "cities would allow... apartment buildings with fewer than six units to be built next to a traditional house...."



    Part of the "purpose" is the claim that we need to spread out poverty to make things more "equitable." They claim that cities are undesirable places to live because they are crowded, hot, and lack nature, so it is unfair that people have to live there. Ironically, their solution seems to be to make more of them by cutting down trees in the suburbs and putting up tall buildings. They also claim it will help the environment because if Americans live more densely, they are more likely to take mass transit and use fewer cars.



    GI: Is this what Americans want? More poverty and increased population density in their suburbs?



    Rosiak: Plenty of Americans love the big-city lifestyle; but they are already living in cities. Many other Americans have chosen big backyards for their kids to play in and to have some privacy. If you moved into a neighborhood based on certain expectations – whether it was one house on each quarter-acre, half-acre, or acre – you likely do not want that thrown out the window. With rising crime rates and remote work, people's preferences have actually been shifting to moving even further out in the country, to have even more space than before.



    Worse, local governments presumably know what is best for their communities. That is why communities have local governments rather than a federal government deciding everything for everyone. If residents desired different zoning, their officials would have already made those changes on their own. This tells you that the move will most likely be horrifically unpopular among voters of both parties. That is probably why it is being hidden within a massive bill and not talked about.



    The federal government has no power to force this change, but the president has floated withholding federal money that towns rely on for things like roads unless the towns comply.



    President Biden's campaign platform called to "Eliminate local and state housing regulations that perpetuate discrimination" through a bill called the HOME Act. It would make "surface transportation funding and community development block grants contingent on" eliminating policies such as "ordinances that ban apartment buildings from certain residential areas or set a minimum lot size for a single-family home.'" What town can afford to lose all federal transportation dollars — funded with taxes that they pay?



    Since the infrastructure bill is sending billions of dollars to local governments, the administration appears to be using it for the same purpose, saying that local governments will not be eligible for some of this money unless they make zoning changes. Basically, it is not far from extortion.



    GI: So the administration wants to turn the suburbs into cities? Why would a political party want to do that?



    Rosiak: Most cities, and most low-income people, vote for Democrats. For politicians, this means that if you can make the countryside into cities, in 10 years, everyone will be voting for only one party. In fact, one of the best predictors of how a person will vote is population density. If you live on an acre or more, you are probably a Republican, and if you live in a high-density area, there is a good chance you are a Democrat.



    Politically, control of America comes down to the suburbs. Right now, they are the only areas that are "purple." If you can move residents of the suburbs to the "left" by 10 points by adding high-density housing, then you have secured permanent political control.



    Many voters will be furious, but to the politicians, that will not matter: the new residents are sure to give one party the majority it wants. That is what the infrastructure bill conditions are really about: securing a one-party control of government. Who's in charge of your county or town is incredibly important: it determines criminal justice policy, school boards, and spending. The population shift could also tip congressional seats and impact the electoral college. And of course, added high-density housing could also come with traffic, never-ending construction, crime, and gangs.



    GI: Is this infrastructure bill a done deal?



    Rosiak: It is still in the negotiations stage, and details have so far been essentially secret. But the current administration has repeatedly said it intends to include zoning provisions along these lines, and other politicians have not given any indication that they understand the significance of what is being done or that they intend to fight it.



    If a bill passes with these strings attached, suburbs are likely to go the way of Loudoun County, Virginia. Loudoun was a semi-rural community until a few years ago, when its local representatives permitted the construction of thousands of townhouses. The first thing the new residents did was to vote those representatives out and their representatives in. Now Loudoun County is more like San Francisco on the Potomac.



    Many counties will find it hard to resist the temptation to take the cash. But in the long-term they are saddling themselves with a huge influx of poverty whose financial effects will outweigh any grants. Of course, they will also completely change the aesthetics and culture of the neighborhood — and irrevocably alter its political makeup.



    The infrastructure provisions are not the only way the current administration is methodically seeking to increase the population density and poverty rate of suburbs. In June, the president signed an executive order affecting Department of Housing and Urban Development money, "Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing," with similar goals.


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    Dangerous Infrastructure Bill: Flooding America's Suburbs with High-Density Housing Projects

    27 VII 2021.

    The solution, if it's not left too late, is secession and when one state goes others will follow.

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    I remember in one college class that the elite want to remove the poor and resettle them into the aging suburbs. They are tired of the longer commutes and lack of conveniences living outside their employment location and historically charming places. The poor will be bused in or use commuter trains and leave during evening hours back to their burbs, except for restaurants and pubs. Ferguson was a "rent voucher" project that started to relocate minorities into suburban area but "backfired" supposedly with mostly white support systems. Blacks expected the schools to remain higher performance and neighborhood safer, but whites gradually relocated to other areas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Winterland View Post
    I remember in one college class that the elite want to remove the poor and resettle them into the aging suburbs. They are tired of the longer commutes and lack of conveniences living outside their employment location and historically charming places. The poor will be bused in or use commuter trains and leave during evening hours back to their burbs, except for restaurants and pubs. Ferguson was a "rent voucher" project that started to relocate minorities into suburban area but "backfired" supposedly with mostly white support systems. Blacks expected the schools to remain higher performance and neighborhood safer, but whites gradually relocated to other areas.
    Of course you can guarantee these hostile anti-(white) suburb provisions in the infrastructure bill won't adversely affect the truly wealthy elite types.
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    To be fair, suburbs in and of themselves were a kind of anti-ethnic phenomenon to be begin with. E. Michael Jones talks about it in the The Slaughter of Cities. They’re not really conducive to a cohesive community (nexus of work and activities is not in your suburb) and the phenomenon of moving blacks into the “inner cities” was to force cohesive ethnic communities (Italians, Germans, Polacks, etc) out into the suburbs to become White mutts that were easier to control.

    But anyway, I knew the infrastructure bill was bullshit all along. It has stuff like “emotional infrastructure in it” (?????). So long as everyone can just move another exit down the freeway, nothing really can happen in the way of resistance. But if the COVID restrictions lead to the end of geographic mobility of the population, things will begin to deteriorate rapidly. Which is actually completely natural.
    If only you knew how bad things really are

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    Photo: Biden Holds A Card Handed To Him By An Aide That Reads “Sir, There Is Something On Your Chin” – Joe Is Reading The Other Side




    He is staring at the blank side, a complete and total embarrassment!
    https://www.rightjournalism.com/phot...-on-your-chin/




    After Staffer Gives Biden a Note Saying, “Sir, There’s Something on Your Chin” – Biden Wipes His Chin, Then Eats It (VIDEO)

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/202...er-chin-video/

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    Of course! Biden's DOJ drops charges against Chinese spies in the USA, but still holds patriotic protesters in gulags in D.C.



    Forget what the Biden regime says about 'getting tough on China,' because it's not going to happen and here's why: Those reports prior to the 2020 election that Joe and Hunter Biden are up to their backsides in Chinese money were absolutely true, and the evidence continues to pile up. Not only is Biden refusing to engage the Chinese and hold them responsible for creating and then releasing COVID-19 to the world, as one Chinese scientist defector has said, but his administration is now refusing to prosecute Chinese military officers who lied to obtain U.S. visas so they could come to America and spy on behalf of Beijing. Breitbart News reports:

    The Department of Justice (DOJ) has dropped charges against five members of the Chinese military whom federal prosecutors previously accused of lying to obtain visas to get jobs and a doctoral spot at United States universities.
    Late last week, prosecutors wrote in a court brief that they would be dropping their criminal cases against China military members Juan Tang, Chen Song, Kaikai Zhao, and Guan Lei — all of whom had been accused of fraudulently obtaining visas to secure roles at U.S. universities in California and Indiana. DoJ officials admitted to The Wall Street Journal that the department has dropped the visa fraud charges after reviewing the cases anew, claiming that the decision is justified since the Chinese nationals had already been held for months in federal prison awaiting a trial date. "A senior Justice Department official said the punishment for the crimes the researchers were charged with usually amounted to around a few months in prison, and the defendants had all been detained or under other restrictions in the U.S. since their arrest a year ago," The WSJ reported. "That led the agency to determine that further litigation in the group of cases would unnecessarily prolong their departure from the U.S. and that their situations since their arrests amounted to sufficient punishment and deterrence," the paper added. According to Wyn Hornbuckle, a spokesman for the Justice Department, "recent developments" in the Chinese spies' cases led the department to re-evaluate prosecuting them. "We have determined that it is now in the interest of justice to dismiss them, he said, adding that the department “continues to place a very high priority on countering the threat posed to American research security and academic integrity by the PRC government’s agenda and policies," using the acronym for People's Republic of China. What were those 'recent developments?' Only Biden's 'election,' of course; had the election not been stolen from Donald Trump and he were 'allowed' to serve out the second term he actually won, these Chinese spies would not only still be in custody, but China wouldn't be testing our government all over the globe like it is now. "The five Chinese nationals were arrested in July and August of last year as part of a federal crackdown on China military members fraudulently obtaining visas to the U.S. by hiding their ties to the Chinese military," Breitbart News added, proving again that Trump had no love lost for the Chinese, especially after COVID-19. Meanwhile, the Biden regime continues to keep American citizens who merely trespassed at the U.S. Capitol Building on Jan. 6 locked up, gulag-style, in a rotten D.C. jail where they are forced into solitary confinement for 23 hours a day, beaten, and subjected to verbal abuse -- all of which used to be violations of the Eighth Amendment's prohibition against "cruel and unusual punishment." Why? Because they are perceived to be Trump supporters, of course, and they have nothing on Biden to blackmail him with. A recent intelligence report noted that in this year's defense budget request, Congress and the Pentagon are not retiring old systems like the A-10, B-1B bomber, and some C-130 aircraft and are instead funding their upkeep as well as putting money into "legacy" weapons systems -- those that have been around for decades instead in newer systems because the older ones have existing manufacturing bases. The report's analysts claim this is because the Pentagon is gearing up for war. Wonder why.

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    Even the Lincoln regime wasn't actively hostile against ALL white Americans at the time. If not so dire, these would be utterly entertaining times to live through for based Folk.
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