The U.S. presidential election of 2020 confirms the general trend since the dissolution of the Soviet Union: the U.S. population is going through a crisis of civilization and is inexorably heading inexorably towards a new civil war that should logically lead to the partition of the country. This instability should result in the end of the West as a hyper-power.
In order to understand what is happening, it is necessary to overcome the fear of the European elites in the face of the impending disappearance of the power that has protected them for three-quarters of a century; and to look honestly at the world history of the last thirty years. It is necessary to go back into US history and reread its Constitution.
The hypothesis of the dissolution of NATO and the United States of America
When, after three-quarters of a century of undivided dictatorship, the Soviet Union collapsed, all those who wanted it to disappear were surprised. For years, the CIA had organized systematic sabotage of its economy and denigrated all its achievements, but it never foresaw that it was the Soviet people who would overthrow this regime in the name of its ideals.
It all began with a catastrophe to which the state failed to respond. (Chernobyl, 1986). A population of a quarter of a million people had to flee their land for good. This incompetence marked the end of the dictatorship’s legitimacy. In the five years that followed, the allies of the Warsaw Pact regained their independence and the USSR broke up. This process was led from start to finish by the Young Communists, but at the last moment it was taken over by the mayor of Moscow, Boris Yelstin, and his team trained in Washington. The ensuing looting of public property and the economic collapse it caused set the new Russia back a century.
This is how the United States should in turn disappear. They will lose their centripetal strength and be abandoned by their vassals, before collapsing. Those who will have left the ship before it sinks will have a better chance of escaping. NATO should die before the USA, just as the Warsaw Pact died before the USSR.
The centrifugal force of the United States
The United States is a very young country, it has only two hundred years of history of its own. Its population continues to grow with successive arrivals of immigrants from the most diverse parts of the world. According to the British model, each one retains its own culture and does not mix with the others. The concept of the “melting pot” only existed with the return of the black soldiers of the Second World War and the abolition of racial segregation, which under Eisenhower and Kennedy it brought about, only to disappear afterwards.
The U.S. population moves widely from state to state. From the First World War until the end of the Vietnam War, they tried to live together in certain neighborhoods. For about twenty years, it has remained static. And since the break-up of the USSR to the present day, it has been ghettoizing again, no longer along “racial” lines, but along cultural ones. In fact, the country is already divided.
The United States no longer forms one nation, but already eleven separate ones
The inner conflict of Anglo-Saxon culture
American mythology links the existence of the country to the 67 “Pilgrim Fathers”, the immigrants of the Mayflower. They were a group of fanatical English Christians who lived in a “community” in the Netherlands. They were given the mission by the Crown to settle in the “New World” to fight the Spanish Empire. One of their groups landed in Massachusetts and built a sectarian society, the Colony of Plymouth (1620). They veiled their wives and used harsh corporal punishment for those who sinned and strayed from the “Pure Way”, hence their name “Puritans”.
Americans ignore both the political mission of the Pilgrim Fathers and their sectarianism. However, they celebrate them on Thanksgiving. These 67 fanatics had a considerable influence on a country of today 328 million inhabitants. 8 presidents out of 46 are their direct descendants, including President Franklin Roosevelt or Presidents George Bush.
The Puritans organized a revolution in England around Lord Oliver Cromwell. They beheaded the king, founded an intolerant Republic, the Commonwealth, and massacred the “heretical” (papist) Irish. These events are referred to by British historians as the “First Civil War” (1642-51).
More than a century later, the settlers of the New World revolted against the crushing tax burden of the British monarchy (1775-83). These events are known to American historians as the “War of Independence”, but British historians see them as the “Second Civil War”. Indeed, if the settlers who fought this war were poor, hard-working people, those who organized it were descendants of the Pilgrim Fathers who wanted to assert their sectarian ideal against the restored British monarchy.
Eighty years later, the United States was torn apart by the Civil War (1861-65), which some American historians refer to as the Anglo-Saxon “Third Civil War. It pitted the states, who, true to the original constitution, wanted to maintain tariffs among themselves, against other states who wanted to shift tariffs to the federal level and thus create a large internal market. However, it also pitted the Puritan elites of the North against the Catholic elites of the South, so that the cleavages of the two previous wars were repeated.
The Anglo-Saxon “Fourth Civil War,” which is taking shape today, is still being waged by the Puritan elites. What masks this continuity is the transformation of these elites who no longer believe in God, but retain the same fanaticism. They are the ones who are now dedicated to rewriting the history of their country. According to them, the United States is a racist project of the Europeans that the “Pilgrim Fathers” have not managed to correct. They are convinced that it is necessary to re-establish the “Pure Way” by destroying all the symbols of Evil such as the statues of the Monarchs, the English and the Confederates. They speak of “political correctness,” claim that there are several human “races,” write “black” with a capital “black” and “white” in lower case, and rush to the abstruse supplements of the New York Times.
The recent history of the United States
Every country has its demons. President Richard Nixon was convinced that the first danger the United States had to prevent was not a nuclear war with the USSR, but this possible Anglo-Saxon “Fourth Civil War. He surrounded himself with the specialist on the subject, the historian Kevin Phillips, who was his electoral adviser and allowed him to accede twice to the US presidency. However, the heirs of the Pilgrim Fathers did not accept his fight and made him sink into the Watergate scandal (1972), brought to light by the deputy and successor of J. Edgar Hoover after his re-election.
When US power began to run out of steam, the imperialist lobby, dominated by the Puritans, placed in power one of the direct descendants of the 67 Pilgrim Fathers, Republican George Bush Jr.. He organized an emotional shock (the attacks of September 11, 2001) and adapted the armies to the new financial capitalism, under the tetanized gaze of his fellow citizens. His successor, Democrat Barack Obama, continued his work by adapting the economy. To do this, he chose the bulk of the team for his first term of office from among the members of Pilgrim’s Society (the Pilgrim’s Association).
A disruptive event occurred in 2016. A television presenter who had challenged the transformation of capitalism and the September 11 attacks, Donald Trump, ran for president. He won first the Republican Party and then the White House. All those who had brought down Richard Nixon came after him even before he took office. They managed to prevent his re-election by clumsily stuffing the ballot boxes. What is important is that during his term of office, centuries of unsaid things resurfaced. The U.S. population has once again fractured around the Puritans.
Therefore, while it is obvious that a majority of Americans did not enthusiastically vote for a senator who is senile, it seems to me wrong to say that this election of 2020 was a referendum for or against Trump. It was actually a referendum for or against the Puritans.
A result in line with the Pilgrim Fathers’ project
When the War of Independence or Second Anglo-Saxon Civil War was over, the successors of the Pilgrim Fathers wrote the Constitution. They made no secret of their desire to create an aristocratic system on the English model, nor of their contempt for the people. This is why the Constitution of the United States does not recognize the sovereignty of the people, but that of the governors.
The people, who had fought and won the war, accepted this state of affairs, but imposed ten amendments, the Bill of Rights, according to which the ruling class could in no way violate the rights of citizens in the name of an alleged “raison d’état”. The amended constitution still applies.
If one is willing to acknowledge that, constitutionally, the United States is not and never has been a democracy, there is no reason to be outraged at the outcome of the elections. Although it is not provided for in the constitution, the popular vote for the presidential election has gradually become the norm in every state in the last two centuries. Governors are required to follow the guidelines of the popular ballot when appointing their 538 delegates to the Presidential Electoral College. As a result, some Governors have stuffed the ballot boxes without much expertise: in more than one county in 10, the number of voters is higher than the number of adult residents. With all due respect to commentators, it is therefore perfectly impossible to say how many voters actually voted and who they would have liked to be president.
A bleak future
Under these conditions, President-elect Joe Biden will not be able to ignore the justified fury of his challenger’s supporters. He will not be able to reunite his people. I wrote four years ago that Trump would be the Gorbachev of the United States. I was wrong; he has been able to breathe new life into his country. In the end, it will be Joe Biden who will have to take the blame for failing to maintain the territorial unity of his country.
The Allies who do not see the catastrophe coming will pay a heavy price.