Labor Omnia Vincit

Michael Walsh05 Sep, 2022 < 1 Min Read
Happy Labor Day!

Open thread -- your thoughts on the end of summer, the coming fall elections, and just about anything else in the comments below.

Michael Walsh is a journalist, author, and screenwriter. He was for 16 years the music critic and a foreign correspondent for Time Magazine. His works include the novels As Time Goes By, And All the Saints, and the bestselling “Devlin” series of NSA thrillers; as well as the nonfiction bestseller, The Devil’s Pleasure Palace and its sequel, The Fiery Angel. Last Stands, a study of military history from the Greeks to the present, was published by St. Martin's Press in December 2019. He is also the editor of Against the Great Reset: 18 Theses Contra the New World Order, published on Oct. 18, 2022, and of the forthcoming Against the Corporate Media. Follow him on Twitter: @theAmanuensis


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2 comments on “Labor Omnia Vincit

  1. Everything thing the Left foists is projection, so when the Left accuses others of fascism, who are the real fascists again?
    The Left will always attribute fascists tendencies to right-wing extremists (because that is what they do). But are not the control freaks on the Left the ones with fascistic tendencies? Are not assaults on free speech and moves to confiscate personal freedoms (and firearms) indicative of fascistic tendencies? So, who are the new fascists?
    The unholy alliance between big government and big corporate is trending toward fascism, how else do you explain ESG diktats and social media’s buy-in with sketchy political narratives. Political heavyweights and corporate titans are working hand-in-hand to further their mutual aims and they have the power to impose their will.

  2. To the Pipeline,
    Keep up the great work all of you do. It is greatly appreciated. For what it’s worth, here are my comments:
    I believe the US is in real trouble, and we do not have much time to turn it around. The November election will be a litmus test for where we are headed. If the conservative republicans do not take back the house, my feeling is that all may be lost. Why, because it tells us who is actually watching what is happening before our eyes. I am less hopeful that the Senate will turn red. Many of the republican politicians are as corrupt as the progressive left. The media will do whatever it takes to pull the wool over our eyes.
    The climate change issue is the greatest hoax ever fabricated and could lead to the destruction of our democracy if left unopposed. ( The pipeline does a magnificent job of uncovering it’s hypocrisy, I just worry that it reaches only a small fraction of the population.) Linked to climate change is the obvious war on energy, which will create chaos in the near future if again left unopposed.
    There are so many other critical issues that are broken: education, law enforcement, the national debt, the election process, the FBI and the Dept of Justice?, and of course the immigration system. Finally, under Trump, his policies benefited our country no doubt, his approach did not. Trump should not run in 2024. He is a lightning rod and will only keep those potential moderate dems and RINOs from ever voting for him because they simply hate him. That is the cloud that covers the Republican Party and must be dealt with very very soon because time is running out. Thank you for this opportunity to express my views.

    Note: I feel that so many people like myself just don’t know what to do to change things. Our vote may not be enough in light of the corruption that surrounds us.

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