The coming period will be a difficult one for patriots: we’re going to be subject to a (mild) version of the witchhunt that the Left faced in the late 40s-early 50s (with the difference that there were indeed ‘witches’ then, namely, the Soviet-controlled CPUSA).
There will be ‘loyality oaths’ — “Do you or do you not condemn violent insurrection?” – which will be a win-win for the Left, because either you ‘condemn’ it (technically the only patriotic position, but when you do, you then endorse their b—s--- analysis of the fools’ dance on 6 January), or you don’t. They win either way. Oh well, politics is a dirty game and they’re in the process of dismantling America, so don’t expect them to play nice.
There will be civil war within the Republican Party: Mr Trump will exercise his destructive powers one last time.
We just have to ride it out. It will pass in a year or two. But … there will be opportunities also, as the Democrats turn on each other – the crazier ones going after the less crazy.
We need to take advantage of these situations, by finding ways to construct alliances – possibly discreet and informal ones – with those Democrats who are not yet fully entangled in the project of the Left.
A good test would be, those Democrats who are for law and order, vs the ones who want to undermine it – I don’t just mean the AntiFa vermin, but the politicians who cater to them.
Eventually, the Trump millstone will fall from our necks, and hopefully a new leadership can emerge. The most important thing we can do is to try to ensure that this new leadership is fully committed to shaking off the chains of empire – getting out of the Third World snakepits for a start. (It will be interesting to see what the Biden team do in this respect: I suspect that the Washington Foreign Policy Establishment will take charge again, so it will be full-on Cold War.)