Weimer America

Ryan Landry at the Daily Caller welcomes you to the nightmare that is the United States and the Western World.

On the drive to work, NPR airs a story about a transgender four year old. The S&P 500 hits a new high, but your coworkers’ adult children live with them. Your social media feed reveals a nonstop war of words over any issue. Not a soul in D.C. seems to want to fix anything. Berkeley’s streets look like a deleted scene from a Mad Max film. You go to bed knowing the next day will bring the same. It’s morning in Weimerica.

We live in a degenerate age that is sold as progress. Every boundary is pushed: divorce, illegitimacy, gay marriage, transg, soon to be followed by polygamy, bestiality, etc. This is not progress, just change. This is not new, only new on our shores. We live in the United States of Weimerica.

…..Weimerica will come to an end, and when it does, someone must be there to restore order.

And we all know what the Weimer Republic of the 1920s led to in the 1930s.

Either America falls like the USSR or Roman Empire of old, or it takes it cue from Germany and engages in a massive reactionary movement toward the Far Right. Newton’s Law of motion about equal and opposite reactions applies to mankind and the course of history as much as it does to physical objects.

What happens next is as inevitable as it was preventable. So when it happens, don’t let anyone tell you different.

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2 Responses to Weimer America

  1. Gunner Q says:

    Ultimately, I expect a Roman Empire situation. Patriarchy sans Christianity, plus the Romans did an excellent job of managing a culturally diverse empire…albeit via slavery and an “anything goes so long as it accommodates the Emperor, too” attitude.

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    • The Question says:

      That is a very likely possibility, too Weimer Germany had many things, such as a private paramilitary to carry out the Third Reich’s vision, that America does not. It also remained homogeneous, unlike the Roman Empire and our own.


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