Where is the American Government-in-Exile?
It’s really remarkable when you think about it. All of the West’s enemies have governments-in-exile living and planning their next moves under the protection of the West. The West takes dissidents from Syria, Iran, China, you name it and allows them to set up shop in the West to plan the overthrow of their respective governments.
So, I will repeat the question that I posed in the title of the post: where is the American government-in-exile?
We’ve talked about the problems inherent in trying to engage in dissident activity before. In short, the secret police is always watching and always swooping down on dissident movements before they can gain any steam. In Russia, Lenin’s brother’s student revolutionary cell was exposed by the Okhrana and he was quickly executed. Lenin, or rather Ulyanov (his real name), and his young friends also got caught by the police in the early days. Because of his Jewish connections, Ulyanov was spared ill-treatment and was sent to Siberia for a paid sabbatical (he literally received a stipend from the Russian government while in Krasnoyarsk), while his non-connected friends suffered horrible fates. Lenin’s own wife, Krupskaya, got dysentery while in prison, which ended up leading to a vaginal infection that rendered her infertile. In other words, she was forced to drink untreated water and left to wallow in her own filth until she got too sick to bear children. A harsh fate.
But you don’t have to look back to 19th century Russia to see how dissidents are treated as a rule. Look at what happened and is in the process of happening to the January 6 protestors. First, a black Capital Police officer murdered an American woman in cold-blood for no discernible reason. Then, the FBI swooped on hundreds of protestors and hauled them into prison, where they were subjected to inhuman conditions and routinely beaten by the black, immigrant guards employed by the occupation government. Then, recently, an activist group of right-wingers was infiltrated and arrested by the FBI for planning a protest of a Drag Queen “Tickle and Diddle” Get-Together in Idaho. I was unaware that protesting homosexuals’ right to molest children was illegal, but we all learned our lesson now, I suppose.
Knowing all this, it begs the question: what is to be done?
Some bloggers talk about the need to create decentralized networks or something like that, but I think that’s a myopic idea. An organization without a structure is at a crippling disadvantage to competing organizations that can structure themselves. That being said, the only sort of organization that won’t get monitored and shut down by the feds at this point are small circles of friends engaged in non-political activities, so I understand the concern.
The solution, however, is quite simple.
Political dissidents need to move somewhere where the FBI cannot reach them. Every single serious dissident organization in world history has pretty much operated out of exile. Once again, Lenin and the other revolutionaries’ work was done in Great Britain, Switzerland, Germany, Finland and Sweden, mostly.
De Gaulle could not operate in German-controlled northern France or Vichy-controlled southern France, so he moved his HQ to London. Tikhanovskaya, one of the leaders of the protests in Belarus against Lukashenko, is in Poland, I believe. The Russian Liberals are holed up in Tbilisi and Riga. So, I ask again, where are the American dissidents? And, for that matter, where are the English or the French or the Germans?
As far as I can tell, the fact that there is no American government-in-exile can be explained by several factors. First and foremost, the captive populations of the Western countries still believe Cold War era propaganda about how they are “free” and the rest of the world is not. This is an incredibly misguided position to take. No system, whether it be Communist, Islamist, Shintoist, Kwanzaist or yes, even Liberal, allows dissent against the system itself. You can argue that that system isn’t living up to its stated ideology, but you cannot call for a change of the reigning ideology itself. To be a nationalist in the West is akin to being a Christian in the short-lived Islamic State in the Levant. And yet, people still believe that change is possible within whatever control system that they are a part of, despite all evidence to the contrary.
Me, I’m all for using Populism to elect a strongman and going that route. But, as we’ve seen before, the elections are now controlled in America. I’m all for truckers blocking the roads into and out of the capital and along the border to protest vax-mandates, but as we saw for ourselves, they too were infiltrated and shut down. I’m all for Brexit and the Yellow Vests too, but we have to face facts here at some point.
There are many people in America who are fed up with the regime in Washington, in fact, these people comprise the majority of the White American population. Literally everyone understands that the FBI is on the hunt though, and so, everyone keeps their heads down. The FBI recently requested hundreds of millions of dollars to hunt down and round up White Supremacists. Remember that MAGA voters are considered White Supremacists by the FBI. Oh, and conservatives are now openly labelled agents of Putin by the mainstream media to boot. It doesn’t take an oracle to see what is going to happen soon in America. People are going to be rounded up - it’s a question of “when” not “if” at this point.
The second factor that might explain why there is no serious dissident opposition in America is because the elite class appears to largely be in lockstep. There are a few defectors here and there, but for the most part, it appears that the people with money and power have largely decided to go along with the globalist agenda. You can count on your hand the number of influential and connected people who have spoken out against this bizarre showdown with Russia over the Ukraine, against the vax terrorism or the rapid expansion and takeover of society by the secret police.
That being said, I have met a lot of patriotic Westerners who have fled their country and settled in East Asia and Eastern Europe. Mostly, they are convinced that the West is finished and they have decided to abandon ship. Why they haven’t considered the possibility of organizing a government-in-exile away from the clutches of the Western secret police agencies is beyond me. It would seem like a logical and normal thing to do. In fact, it is the first thing that needs to be done by any serious dissident movement.
Until something like this occurs, I can only conclude that dissidents in the West are largely resigned to their fate under the globalist occupation government.