The Gray Curtain Descends, Part 1, by Robert Gore

Let’s dispense with the obscenity that expressed intentions excuse all crimes and consequences.

It’s a close contest between which officially approved story is more implausible: Coronavirus as the Scourge of Humanity or America’s Free and Fair Election. The former enabled the latter, and they were propagated by the same people pursuant to an all-in power grab. Both are riddled with glaring inconsistencies and fraud, none of which are mentioned in polite society.

It was strange, she thought, to obtain news by means of nothing but denials, as if existence had ceased, facts had vanished and only the frantic negatives uttered by officials and columnists gave any clue to the reality they were denying.

Atlas Shrugged, Ayn Rand, 1957

The stories’ propagators don’t address the inconsistencies and fraud because they can’t; they simply deny their existence. They suppress questions, inquiry, and exploration of actual evidence and facts, and promote mindless slogans. The legacy media censorship has been overt, but not as effective as hoped, thanks in large part to the alternative media. The censorship itself is a red flag. If the approved stories are Shining Truth, why can’t they bear challenge?

The propagandists are suppressing free inquiry and debate, and they’re about to eliminate it entirely. With next month’s ascension of Biden and Harris and the predatory and parasitic ruling cabal to which they answer, the prize is in site. They see no need to continue feigning fealty to anything other than subjugation and control.

For the most part they’ve even dropped their shopworn rhetoric of concern for their subjects. In the good old days there was “for the people” codswallop with the goodies, which you got as long as you did what you were told. The new diktat will be to do as you’re told or else, but there will be no goodies; governments are bankrupt and the ruling cabal has no ability to produce. They will not be bothered by destitution and deaths among the ruled, that’s a feature, not a bug. Indeed, any detectable concern would be grounds for immediate expulsion from the cabal.

Amazon Paperback Link

Kindle Ebook Lin

Let’s dispense with the obscenity that expressed intentions excuse all crimes and consequences. Totalitarianism has never produced anything but destruction, destitution, and death and never will, regardless of the totalitarians’ lofty rhetoric. Totalitarians are vultures, not eagles, and the current kettle of vultures intend to dine on the corpse of history’s most advanced civilization.

Draft animals work harder for a morsel or kind words than for the whip or switch, but somehow humans are different. Whips, switches, prisons, and subjugation pave the road to utopia. When they instead lead to a charnel house, that’s not the fault of the whippers, switchers, wardens, or subjugators. Except it is. Orwell said it best: “The object of power is power.” Power’s trite slogans and rationalizations don’t excuse its murderous depredations, they only increase its inescapable guilt.

Compromise between good and evil spells death for the good. If I ask you to drink a cup of cyanide and you refuse, but we compromise on half a cup, who wins?

It’s these sort of compromises, exacted bit by bit over decades, that have destroyed a once great nation. It’s understandable how it happened. There’s a problem and more power for the rulers is always the solution: a Civil War, central bank fiat debt, an income tax, make the world safe for democracy, a New Deal, Frontier, or Covenant, Hope and Change, leader of the Free World, wars on poverty, drugs, terror, and now, germs, and so on.

The compromises serve as precedents that launch the next compromises and consequent government accretions of power. (The Civil War was precedent for both the income tax and fiat currency 48 years later.) Solutions are always presented in a blinding blaze of propaganda. There are always the unblinded few who question and dissent. They are always ostracized or worse.

The rest learn the lesson. Herd behavior is hard-wired. Like a pack of wildebeests after one spots a lion, there are times when reflexive flight is the right response. However, nothing government does is quick enough to be considered reflexive; there’s been time enough to question, analyze, and protest virtually everything the US government has done since its inception. Unfortunately, at the individual level, sticking with the pack often makes perfect sense. To be the one who refuses to obey, or to even question the dictates of a powerful government that is both stoking and benefiting from herd frenzy, is to risk ruin, imprisonment, and sometimes, death.

The crowd does what the crowd does. Regardless of the arguments, and perhaps the insults and deprecations from the few outside the crowd, it rationalizes its own behavior. Who are we to question? It’s still a great nation, it could be worse. Why risk our comfortable lifestyle for intangible principles? Better safe than sorry. And there’s the secret thought: yes, there may be unfortunate consequences, but I’ll be dead by then.

Except the unfortunate consequences have arrived. We’re confronted by a dystopian totalitarianism the design of which the totalitarians are no longer trying to hide. Virtually everything has already been compromised and the meager remnant of freedom is on the table. As the crowd is prodded into the cattle cars (not social distancing, their well-being no longer even a faux concern) uneasy whispers circulate: is the final destination the abattoir?

However flimsy the excuses offered by the ruled have been, they’ve at least had the usual rationalizations of cowardice. There’s no excuses or rationalizations for our rulers. They want to impoverish, subjugate, or kill us. Don’t give them too much credit believing the latter isn’t the preferred option. Such deeds never spring from motives other than all-encompassing, unremitting malice and hate. The honest and honorable are left to wonder what, if anything, has replaced those forfeited souls. We may never know the answer.

What do they get from their brave new world? Adding to their already substantial fortunes? Still more power over an impoverished, cowed population, more transhuman robots than people, dutifully following orders but unable to produce anything beyond what is programmed into their quantum microchips, bereft of the sparks of inquiry, innovation and joy that propels humanity and make life worth living? Do they not know that a gray curtain will descend over the dazzling world of wealth and privilege they now inhabit? That turning people into appliances plugged into an all-seeing internet will leave everyone in a electric panopticon that’s as sterile and joyless for the watchers as the watched?

The gray curtain descends. What further demonstration is necessary of impoverish, subjugate, and kill than Coronavirus totalitarianism, which has done all three? It’s the preview of coming attractions. The last flimsy excuse for the ruled is the one that would presumably be offered by roadkill if it wasn’t dead: it was too stunned by the headlights to think or act. The moment is nigh: you’ll be totalitarian roadkill if you’re too stunned by the brazen evil unfolding to think and act, now.

Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are no more the rightful president and vice president than I would be the rightful owner of your house if I forced my way in, held a gun to your head, and made you sign over the deed. Unlike the solipsistic plaints after President Trump won a semi-legitimate election in 2016 (“Not my president!”), Joe Biden will not be my or anyone else’s rightful president in 2021. (The 2016 election probably was rigged—for Hillary—the riggers just didn’t do an adequate job, unlike 2020.) Biden and his partner in crime are usurpers and SLL will not refer to either one by their stolen titles. Until the inauguration SLL will refer to Biden as Not Our President-Elect, or NOPE. They’re small gestures, but revolutions start with small gestures.

NOPE and Vice-NOPE will be nominal capos of the largest organized crime syndicate in history. Unchallenged crime and evil are not static; they get worse. Investing any hope in “things will get better” has been a loser for more than a century. Governments generally do nothing but get worse—more taxes, more laws and regulations, more debt, more fiat fraud, more wars, more corruption, and more power—as the freedom of individuals who must live under them vanishes.

Hope without action is not a strategy, but there is cause for hope if it’s coupled with action.

Part Two will be posted next week.

122 responses to “The Gray Curtain Descends, Part 1, by Robert Gore

  1. Pingback: The Gray Curtain Descends, Part 1 ⋆ 10ztalk viral news aggregator

  2. Great insights and a cogent summary of our current condition. I need another word for ‘dystopian’ as it has lost its meaning and cries for something more intense. Same reason I’ve mostly quit using the ‘eff” word – it just lost its mojo from overuse. I’m like a literary crack addict – rummaging the lexicon for some new way to express my disgust for the immoral kleptocrats who have destroyed our society.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Robert, you’re claiming both elections were rigged?
    Any evidence, even in the slightest?

    Solipsistic plaints… indeed.


  4. Robert, you are just linking back to yourself.
    You provide no evidence, you just provide a lot of… well, I was going to say circumstantial evidence, but there is not even anything that can be categorised as circumstantial evidence.
    All you provide is a lot of prolix and disingenuous supposition, without a scintilla of evidence.

    And ditto with the other links that you sent me, which are from other websites…

    As we say in Australia, sweet FA.

    Darken your doorstep?
    Because I dare challenge your writing and theories?


    • I didn’t write any of those articles, and you had it right the first time when you said circumstantial evidence, although there’s plenty of direct evidence as well.

      I don’t mind challenges, I just wish you did a better job of it. As it is, you’re generally not worth the time it takes to respond to you.


    • no because you are the least bit interested in actually accepting any evidence, be they direct or circumstantial. maybe for the neutral, balanced larp you’re trying to pull a nyt or wapo piece would have sold it.


  5. Robert, i just got through all your links.
    And the last one sums up all your previous links you provided…

    “In declaring Biden the winner, this media ignores very credible accusations of Biden campaign election fraud…”

    Then goes on to completely Bamboozle the reader and himself with a lot of inane and mindless flim-flam, and not a shred of evidence in support of that quote of “…credible evidence…”


  6. “…although there’s plenty of direct evidence as well.

    And yet you provide zero evidence in support of that statement.

    “I don’t mind challenges, I just wish you did a better job of it.”

    That brought a smile to my face.
    Previously, when I challenged you, and you have found wanting in your response, you simply say that you no longer wish the continue the discussion, or words to that effect.

    Perhaps you should take your own advice, and do a better job, instead of just producing bottom of the barrel tabloid headlines.


  7. Oh, and one other thing, you’re misquoting me.

    I said; “…but there is not even anything that can be categorised as circumstantial evidence.”


  8. Don’t get me wrong, I do like a good conspiracy theory.
    Even conspiracy fact, such as JFK, possibly the moon landing, and most definitely 911.
    But there’s no smoking gun here when it comes to the 2020 U.S. presidential election

    Liked by 1 person

  9. Don’t you aussies have Chinese problems of your own?

    Chinese Biden didn’t get hoaxed and frauded into the “leadership” front of the Chinese “conspiracy”‘ to take over *your* homeland… but someone sure as hell did, or will very soon.

    Do you know where you’ll be when America is destroyed? You’ll be lucky to be speaking Mandarin, very obsequiously. Better start learning now.

    Why don’t you tend to your own backyard and stop trying to teach us our business?


  10. oughtsix… You’re so typical of the bizarre, esoteric, off-topic and completely mindless nonsense that I read from various commentators on these far-right websites.


  11. And you are a rather ordinary and unoriginal troll. Probably already speak Chinese.

    I would colorfully eviscerate you here and now but Robert represents gentlemanly restraint and intelligent analysis so, respecting the rules of his house and his high example, I will refrain from describing your genealogy, mental health or anatomically improbable things you should do with yourself, or take any further notice of you at all.


  12. oughtsix… and again, a typical reply / response to my comments.
    You blokes on the far-right, will never understand, that when you reply in such a manner, you’re just confirming my thoughts and beliefs.
    And of course, not to mention the violent and vicious undertones in your comments.

    “I will refrain from describing your genealogy, mental health or anatomically improbable things you should do with yourself…”
    But you did, implicitly.

    Put simply, you’re too stupid to realise you’re too stupid.


  13. Peter Harris. I never considered you folks in the southern hemisphere as anything other than regular guys. I will simply
    let you know that here in America, we are not “blokes”. Unless visiting here from ‘down under’, or England – no blokes here.
    Now, to help you… whatever electronic marvel you are reading this on, and sending your posts on – has Internet access. Here is a challenge from an elderly man who has shared this bit of techno-stuff with his kids and grandkids… with internet access, you have the ability to search through dang near everything in history. Here’s the challenge: educate yourself, rather than asking others for the answers to the test. Search with an open mind, form no conclusions – until you have been successful in teaching yourself what you don’t know. As for the result of this nation’s most recent election – those of us who have been watching this for the past few years can tell you that no matter how many folks hate President Trump; there is simply no way that 1) Kamala Harris – who couldn’t find even 1% of the votes in Democratic primaries, and, 2) Joe Biden; with the abysmal showing of support throughout the run up to the election… had more folks vote for them than Obama had in his election wins, and more votes than Trump in 2016. As we say here in the south “that dog just don’t hunt.” Swell that you’ve taken time to take “us” to task for being “right” (as in correct, but also as in conservative, traditional Americans)
    Here’s a couple more “southerisms”:
    “You ain’t right” and “bless your heart…”
    Thanks for sharing your thoughts. Tie me wallaby down, sport.


  14. Grandpa, you lost me when you demand I choose between bloke and guy… but anyway, it’s this more of the same nonsense from you far-right wankers.

    All you do, is play the man and not the ball.
    I guess it just confirms your abysmal low IQ, and your inability to even start a discussion about the topic at hand.

    If you’re not sure of the language on this post, then Google it.


  15. Peter, have all Aussies gone stupid, or just you? There was no “demand” that you do anything, all I did was try to inform you that we are not “blokes” here in America. Or is your comprehension as low as your I.Q.? (and it’s “abysmally”, when used in the context you posted) And there are no “wankers” here, either; we refer to that as something else – but often, our women do that for us; so we don’t end up like you “blokes”. Here’s a bit more ‘help’ for you… your incessant b.s. has only shown those of us on the “right” here a few things:
    1) you are as batshit crazy as most if not all leftward directed boys.
    2) you have far too much time on your hands – perhaps a job or a girlfriend might help you find the adventure you seek
    3) Australian politics and life must be boring as can be, if this is how you spend your time. As for us here in the U.S.; we don’t give an actual dang what goes on in your country.
    Finally – a strong suggestion that you stay in your own hemisphere, because visiting here may be hazardous for you; especially if you spout the nonsense you post, out of your mouth; in the wrong place.
    I’d go on, but I have a job, a girl, and a life. Thank you for indulging my reply, Robert. You’ve done good work here as always, the “Peter Harrises” of the world notwithstanding…
    …and thanks, 06; good to see some of us dangerous ol’ bas*ards still kicking


    • Grandpa: Don’t you think you’re being a little harsh on Peter insinuating that he has a low IQ? Don’t you know that all useful idiots have a three-digit IQ and that they’re really very . . . . Wait, I’ve just realized that includes the two decimal places. My apologies to you, Sir.


  16. Grandpa, you’ve just confirming all my previous comments about you far-right cranks.

    Dumb and violent.

    No, and of course, inability to discuss the topic at hand.


  17. “Dumb and violent”. If I cared, I’d wonder what criteria you use, but I don’t. And what, exactly; is the topic at hand? The topic, as I see it; is your inability to think for yourself, as all we’ve seen here is your focus on parroting what the media tells you; rather than an open minded search to educate yourself with truth. And your err, I am not a “far right crank”. I don’t align my thoughts with left or right; that’s part of being a thinking, rational person.
    As for playing the ball and not the man, a quick re-read of what you’ve posted here, will show you who is playing with what.
    Obviously, your ad hominem attacks will not stop. Have fun with yourself. We’re done here. And you have successfully shown us why we are correct in our distrust of people like you.
    Dumb and violent, indeed, imbecile.

    Liked by 1 person

  18. What criteria grandpa?
    You’re so dumb, you missed the point.
    You are the criteria…

    “Obviously, your ad hominem attacks will not stop.”

    My God, and the hypocrisy… 😆🤣


  19. Oh grandpa.
    I forgot to mention this…

    “Finally – a strong suggestion that you stay in your own hemisphere, because visiting here may be hazardous for you; especially if you spout the nonsense you post, out of your mouth; in the wrong place.”

    More implicit violence from the far-right.

    And not to mention the hypocrisy about free-speech.


  20. Michael lGaydos

    Happy New Year Robert(?)! Played PowerBall and MassMillions becasue I need around a billion. Election night, around midnight I read that Biden was a quadrillion to 1 to win the election. This gave me hope for my lotto picks. Hillary must be the most upset woman in the land as they couldn’t fix the algorithm fast enough for her. It is truly shameful (and SCOTUS). Hope you and your family are well!


    • Mike
      Happy New Year to you and yours. I’d settle for a million or two right now, although with the way they’re manufacturing money we’ll probably all need more than that. I hope things are going well for you and keep in touch.


  21. Pingback: The Gray Curtain Descends, Part 2, by Robert Gore | NC Renegades

  22. Pingback: The Gray Curtain Descends, PT 2 - The Daily Coin

  23. Pingback: The Gray Curtain Descends | Land & Livestock International, Inc.

  24. PETER HARRIS wrote: “a strong suggestion that you stay in your own hemisphere”

    Australia, hmmm,
    (1) I doubt anyone in the USA fears a country began as a dumping site for British trash & such a humanitarian record to the indigenous people.
    (2) A country in which most of the land is uninhabitable, as bereft and desiccated as your skull.
    (3) Since the USA has 120 guns per 100 people, we are not too concerned about an effete country that disarmed itself. You should worry IF WE VISIT.


    • L Nicholas, you ignorant fool.
      Read the thread properly, it wasn’t me who said…
      “a strong suggestion that you stay in your own hemisphere”
      It was Grandpa.

      Then based on your complete misunderstanding, you go on the usual dangerous and violent far-right fascist rant that’s ignorant and incoherent.
      I have no intention to visit the USA, especially when it’s overrun by the unintelligible, ignorant and dangerous fascists like yourself.


      • sweeping generalisations and stale bromides. par for the course i suppose when you’re a woolly headed lelib woke tard and feel the need to whine after you’re treated with the same disdain that you have for those who hold those views that don’t seem to conform with what’s kosher in the ‘silo’.


  25. Pingback: The Gray Curtain Descends, Part 2 | ZeroHedge

  26. Pingback: The Gray Curtain Descends, Part 2

  27. Pingback: The Gray Curtain Descends, Part 2 |

  28. Pingback: The Grey Curtain Descends Part 1 & 2 By Robert Gore Only Solidifies My View Of Secession, War, and Balkinization Almost Being Inevitable Short Of Divine Intervention, Which Should Never Be Ruled Out🙏❤🙏 – His-Story Radio Blog

  29. Pingback: “The Gray Curtain Descends” Part 1 & 2 By Robert Gore Only Solidifies My View Of Secession, War, and Balkinization Almost Being Inevitable Short Of Divine Intervention, Which Should Never Be Ruled Out🙏❤🙏 – His-Story Radio Bl

  30. Pingback: “The Gray Curtain Descends” Part 1 & 2 By Robert Gore Only Solidifies My View Of Secession, War, and Balkinization Almost Being Inevitable Short Of Divine Intervention, Which Should Never Be Ruled Out🙏❤🙏 – His-Story Radio Bl

  31. Pingback: Bank Runs, Secession, War: You Want Egg Roll with That? – 'Nox & Friends

  32. Pingback: “You Can Just Get That Idea Right Out of Your Head Right Now…” | The Universal Spectator

  33. Pingback: The Gray Curtain Descends – Jane Jane Jane

  34. Pingback: „Koronawirus jako plaga ludzkości czy wolne i uczciwe wybory w Ameryce” – co jest bardziej nieprawdopodobne?

  35. Pingback: Here Today, Gone Tomorrow | Head Space

  36. Pingback: How Socialists Trick Irish People Into Hating Their Own Culture -

  37. par for the course of any supercilious woolly headed lelib woke tard, low on facts but high on sweeping generalisations and stale bromides. whining when you are treated with the same disdain you have for those that don’t express views that pass the ‘silo’ muster is another one you can throw in.


    • Exhibit a. Of course it is unintelligible to you, the mind Numbed pleb that you are who amusingly still sits on some imaginary high horse can only comprehend pozzed speak. Anyone who points this out is a ‘far right fascist kook’, shock horror. Stick to your own hugboxes like Reddit and the comments section of said pozzed msm outlets that you doubtless treat like gospel.

      My comment wasn’t published that’s why pretty much the same comment was published twice after I got logged in with my wordpress ac. Has nothing to do with sock puppets.


  38. Hey Robert, do you see some of the unintelligible and unhinged kooks that you far-right fascists attract?
    Just look at rockandroll07.

    And you want people to take your esoteric little blog seriously… really?


  39. And look at seraphim… he is rockandroll07`s sock puppet.

    As you Americans say, you can’t make this s*** up.


  40. Fred G. Sanford

    Judging by the sum total of his posts, I have determined that Peter Harris (related ?) is a fucktard.


  41. Pingback: The Gray Curtain Descends, Part 1 |

  42. Pingback: Political Pecking Order and Other Animal-like Behaviors | Head Space

  43. Pingback: Fascist Doctors Return With Cruel Treatment

  44. Pingback: Doctor Fauscist – FLAVOLOSA

  45. Pingback: Anthony Faucci - My Blog

  46. Pingback: Sanitarny faszyzm czyli po co im nasze dusze

  47. Pingback: Anthony Faucci - Michael Grant White

  48. Pingback: Anthony Faucci – MICHAEL G WHITE

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.