Exclusive: Michael Savage Predicts ‘decades Of Darkness’ Even If Trump Wins 2nd Term

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  1. LastOutlaw

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    https://www.breitbart.com/the-media...ades-of-darkness-even-if-trump-wins-2nd-term/

    Exclusive: Michael Savage Predicts ‘Decades of Darkness’ Even if Trump Wins 2nd Term

    “No, I’m pessimistic,” Savage, host of nationally-syndicated broadcast The Savage Nation and The Savage Nation Podcast, said when asked if he is hopeful for the country’s future. “I think Donald Trump, even if he wins a second term, it is the last gasp of America as we know it. I think we’re going to enter years and years, if not decades of darkness.”


    Savage pointed to the continuous flow of illegal immigration from South America into the U.S. as the chief source of his melancholy assessment.


    “I see the mass of illegal immigrants, who are illiterate even in their own language. They have none of our shared values. They will never be Americans and embrace the values that built this country,” he explained. “They’ve been steeped in hatred for this nation by the media and the universities. And they have a very dim view of our nation, even though they love the benefits that have accrued from far better people than them.”



    “There’s not a nation on earth that’s not defined, or was not defined until recently — when the globalists like Angela Merkel, who destroyed Germany and others destroyed nations by making their borders disappear,” Savage said. “Without a common language, you have a Tower of Babel and the nation falls apart because there’s no cohesion. Do you understand the globalists purposely wanted to create Towers of Babel in every western nation in order to weaken and destroy them? What does culture mean? The U.S. Constitution, the Bill of Rights, ring a bell?”

     
  2. Sonofliberty

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    I agree with Savage. Trump is the last gasp of freedom in this country. If we don't divorce the libs, or fight for our freedoms we will lose them very soon even with a 2nd Trump term.
     
  3. Sourdough

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    This is a wonderful period in history to find myself 73 years old, drafting the final chapters of my life, my heart weeps for the youth of America and their struggles in the future.
     
  4. Caribou

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    President Trumps reelection will not cure the ills of America but it will help. Another five years with him at the helm gets us further in the right direction than if we elect one of the socialists running against him. We then need to find another to follow him that also believes in the Constitution.
     
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    He could possibly be correct . I simply hope and think that Trump will easily be reelected and likely followed by another Republican as the Democrat' party's lying and corruption is being layed more bare for the public to see on almost a daily bases . But as the younger population grows to older ages and become more prone to vote we may be sent to the dark ages . A large portion of this group have been indoctrinated into a Disneyland view of reality and are gullable to lies .
     
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  6. randyt

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    the enemy of the USA is the mothereffing liberal that lives next door.
     
  7. Dalewick

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    I am hopeful that Trump gets reelected, but the realist in me sees things going down a dark road. DC is nothing but smoke and mirrors now and I think the Dems are going to cheat, steal and kill there way back into the White House. To me, I still see the GOP old school swampers as hating Trump enough that they want him gone or dead, but are not brave enough to say so in public. The radical dems will do anything to create an America that meets there vision. There Antifa movement proves that like the Nazi's, nothing is beyond them, no act to violent or evil that they won't do it for there "cause". The Dem politicians are just a bad as there Antifa pawns, but they are wise enough to hire there dirty work done, for plausible deniability.

    The world embraces evil now and what was good is now called evil and what was evil is now called good. My examples are abortion, (especially late term), pedophilia, gender manipulation , pornography, etc. on the evil side. My examples on the good side are patriotism, love of family, respect of elders, responsibility, winning, etc. and a primary good called evil, Christianity.

    If there is as much evil in DC as I think there is, the Vote is rigged.

    If I'm right about that, then I also figure there is not 3% that would stand against the evil that will be our end.

    Hope I'm wrong.

    Dale
     
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    I agree with Savage on this topic Trump was the last great hope for this country and only trickled small changes over the last 3 years contrary to his campaign promises. Not at all what was needed. Huge pushes and large scale removals of illegals from this country which I do hold him and Jeff Sessions responsible for the lack thereof. I realize he has been stymied every step of the way but even Obama had a pen and a phone and made changes regardless. I do hope that after his re-election (yes I do think he will be re-elected) that he will use the pen and the phone to make things happen no matter who gets in his way once he no longer has to play it safe over concerns of re-election. I hope then he will again push to get completely rid of Obamacare, begin mass deportations of illegals and run lots and lots of bollard fencing across our southern border so fast it makes the Cartel suffer. Now who could you see as a possible next genuine conservative to try to take the white house right behind him? Frankly there aren't many but I think Don Jr. may try to run right behind him.
     
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  9. poltiregist

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    According to Trump's campaign manager " I don't remember his name " there will be a Trump dynasty . So my guess is either one of his relatives or Mike Pence . That would really cause the liberals to act even crazier than they already are if that is possible .
     
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    Dalewick used the word "dead". The perpetual "hate speech" used by the media against Trump could very easily lead to a successful assassination attempt against the president. Indeed, part of me believes that the left is doing their best to get the president of the United States killed by some nutcase. People, we already have had a conservative congressman shot and VERY nearly (too nearly) killed - - he and his friends were shot on a baseball field while out for some recreation.

    Once one has the blood of oceans of unborn babies on their hands, whacking a political opponent is no problem. Their souls are already in Hades.

    If anything happens to Trump, things will go sideways in this country.

    My own heart has gone dark during this second American civil war, for I would love to see leftists attacked by their own fellow-travelers during the mass looting sprees that are coming. Many pro-gun-confiscation leftists own multiple firearms. Leftists popping fellow Social Democrats, the looters, the anti-white racists -- what an image. The media will cover for them by reporting nothing, zero.
     
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    I would find it really amusing if after his eight years are up , he remained in the White House working in a lower position for the newly elected President .
     
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  12. Duncan

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    This thread brings up some interesting points.

    Any survivalist/prepper worth her salt doesn't just "prepare"; she prepares for what she considers viable threats. For example, I wouldn't prepare for a major climate change disaster in the same way I'd prepare for the probability of a general nuclear exchange, or getting laid off from the factory, or the Second Coming of Jesus.

    Assuming that the "decades of darkness" -- however we see them -- do occur, what preparations would you take to minimize the effects of that decade to you and yours?

    Some of you know that I moved and built a rural homestead in response to my estimation of what may cause Hard Times, and what those Hard Times will entail (obviously, my estimation is not shared by many here). But how would you prepare for a future as outlined by Michael Savage et. al.?
     
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  13. poltiregist

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    I like the question Duncan . You and I to a certain degree went down the same path to prepare for the dark times . Food self-sufficiency is something we both not only thought about but actually took steps to make it a reality . Way to many people simply put back a little extra food for a few days , buy a gas generator and think they are set for when S.H.T.F. . Someone that is prepared to a high degree would also benefit from isolation . Having starving unprepared people in your area is not a good thing for a prepper to have to deal with . This brings up another point Duncan you and I both choose our locations where a large portion of our neighbors have also prepared for when S.H.T.F.
     
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    I'm sure that most of us agree that food self-sufficiency is absolutely key to long-term survival in hard times. But let's get a bit more specific: several people here were implying that if a liberal gets elected in 2020 and/or the liberals take over the decision-making apparatus, the country may devolve into more violence and/or civil war.

    Given that scenario, are there any things that you might prepare for that you're not preparing for now? Perhaps a renewed interest in banding together (for quasi-military reasons) as opposed to living in isolation, or something similar?
     
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    I also like your question Duncan. Most of my preps are more geared toward self sufficient living as they have always been. I have always considered a self sufficient homestead the ultimate prep. I'm not totally self sufficient currently but the community I live in is mostly like minded folks and what one of us doesn't have, another does. Hillbillies tend to dislike government to start with and take pride in there independence. As far as specific preps I take for dealing with government overreach. That's steps I'm not willing to post publicly as it would violate my own security policies. My preps for civil war, are the same as they would be for a foreign invasion, severe pandemic or many other TEOTWAWKI scenarios. Isolate, observe and live.

    Dale
     
  16. Pragmatist

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    Good afternoon Duncan,

    Ref "Decades of Darkness"; "Viable Threats" and preparing responses:


    I, too, anticipated decades of darkness before I built this BOP in rural Tidewater. There will be an economic contraction within the nation at some point on the calendar... a good guess is after the POTUS election next year. One aspect of an economic contraction is usually minimal public road maintenance, vastly restricted civil airline service, rationed health care.

    My worries are less food-focused; we have supplies at a couple of statewide locations for 8 plus 2 dogs. Two of our group own restaurants and we have premier storage facilities for our well-priced food.

    My worries are domestic violence and foreign terrorists with their camp-followers here. Modern lethal confrontations have evolved to germ warfare and laser weapons. My small group are all immunized with major weakness being access to current version of influenza immunization supplies. I anticipate senior-citizen "high octane" will be allocated to selected citizens only. I am not sure how the national population will be vaccinated. The more serious eg anthrax scares, the CRISP-R weaponized mosquitoes...I am too old to worry but do state that this is a preparedness weakness of my group.

    If circumstances have me here in Tidewater and not at restaurant in Shenandoah, I am positive I'll be activated.

    I believe I am in the 1-2% of fully-prepared preppers and also believe my situation is bleak. I would never again see kids, grand kids. We've got 1 retired MD and 1 current DDS and they worry more than I do.

    I've still got remnants of Yellow Fever, Kalar Azar and Malaria and remember reading about Col Travis on his cot at the Alamo.

    JFK's Eastern Establishment "jet set" crowd left the grand kids a mess.
     
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  17. Sourdough

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    I figure to be in the same percentage and expect the same outcome...........and that should scare the living "SHIT" out of the semi-prepared.

    Bleak is Bleak, which is not for sure 100% fatal, but still bleak.
     
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  18. LastOutlaw

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    One must realize or at least consider that in the event of a socialist changeover in the US that lots of new laws could be implemented that would adversely affect the prepared and the homesteader types. Forced sharing of preps, food and livestock could easily be implemented as well as government takeover of businesses, properties and land. There is really no way to prepare for this type of darkness. Being caught not sharing or hoarding could easily be punishable by many years in prison or even death.
     
  19. Dalewick

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    I can see such changes under radical political change. With the United Nations recent abuse of authority on American soil, It made me realize that an election of the wrong people. People that want change for there own agenda. They would invite the military force of the UN into our country for "stabilization operations" if the media claimed certain groups (Christians, 2nd Amendment, patriots, veterans, etc.) were violently trying to destabilize the government. How hard would people (as a whole) fight a foreign force, as well our military and LEO's if the media told them they were here to help. That the ones resisting the government, are domestic terrorist. Our government did formally declare war on all terrorist after 9/11 and to my knowledge, it is still in effect as far as I know.

    Maybe I'm looking at things wrong. Would like to hear others opinions.

    Dale

    Note: UN Stabilization operations also include disarmament, demobilization and reintegration for strengthening the rule of law and security institutions.

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  20. Sourdough

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    Don't be where "You" can be found, or your supplies can be found.

    For what is likely coming........having many caches and many stocked places to hide. And if it never comes, it is kicks and giggles fun finding and prepping places to hide.
     
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  21. Dalewick

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    Sourdough, We can't all live in remote Alaska. Regardless of how much we may want to. Life sucks and then we die.

    Dale
     
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    Just for giggles.........look up large areas of wilderness near you. I love West Virginia. I'll bet there are many place the no human has made a foot print in decades. It is really fun and great exercise, to search for perfect hiding places. I'll bet there are places a 1/2 mile off the Adirondack Trail that you could build a small shack.
     
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  23. Dalewick

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    Sourdough, 20 years ago, that was easy. These days, there are so many FREAKING TOURIST!!! I still have plenty of hidey holes, but it's almost impossible to go to the woods around here without running into hikers, climbers or whitewater kayakers any more.

    There had been 2 small shacks within 10 miles of me, until the NPS found them on satellite and burned them to the ground. The one had been there at least 35 years. At least they don't know about 2 of the caves.

    Dale
     
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  24. Pragmatist

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    Good morning Sourdough and Last Outlaw,

    Of course bleakness is not guaranteed fatal but any follow-on rationing of medical care for those not in the labor force will be fatal without flu shots, RX medications, related.

    The basics are already in the law books - actually the Federal regulations. They get activated when national emergencies are declared. For the subjects you mentioned above, there's a governing emergency reg.
     
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  25. poltiregist

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    Within the last few days have seen multiple times a poll result of asking people if they thought there would be a upcoming Civil War in the U.S. . The results were seventy percent believed there would be a Civil War . The present political climate I am supposing is why people believe this .
     
  26. randyt

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    the next civil war will not be between north and south. It will be between left and right
     
  27. Sourdough

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    Close.........between the "Wrong" and the "Right".........:p
     
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  28. Snyper

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    They "believe it" because someone asked them a specific question.

    "Civil War" is just one of the current buzzwords being parroted on the internet.

    Most won't ever get beyond the keyboard stage.
    They like to talk a big game, but it won't happen.
     
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    There is no disagreement on the getting beyond the keyboard stage however that is where the 3 percent come in. It is a very small percentage that makes things happen. If memory serves in the American revolutionary war it was about 3 percent that made it happen and they brought in another 10-12 percent. So yea most are keyboard commandos.
     
  30. Duncan

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    Before I give you my opinion about the dangers of the United Nations, here is a fact, and here is a belief:

    Fact: I grew up in Micronesia (now three independent countries with close economic and military ties to the United States) but at that time the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands, a United Nations Trusteeship administered by the US Department of the Interior) Our 'national' holiday was October 24 and our flag was that light blue thing, not the US flag. The US spent about $6 million a year administering an area about the same size as the contiguous 48 (although most of it was ocean). The United Nations spent dick.

    Belief: The United Nations has had its grubby paws in every conflict since its inception in the 1940's and with one exception, they have all been utter failures. Without American boots on the ground (i.e., Korea) the UN sends it brave contingents of Danish, Austrian, Norwegian and Liechtensteinian troops armed with blue helmets, a few borrowed pickup trucks, and good intentions to stand by and fidget while the combatants ignore them, throw them out of the country, or even shoot them. If an entire contingent of these hardened warriors were, under UN mandate, to invade and attempt to subdue the Gem State, about a couple thousand pissed-off Idaho farmers and hunters would kill them off before the Idaho National Guard arrived.

    What those socialist mendicants are good for (and about the only things they are good for) is to make meaningless speeches, meaningless resolutions, and (and this is their real expertise) trying to guilt the richer countries into giving them their own wealth so that their respective leaders can buy their brothers-in-law a new Mercedes 600.

    Bottom line: the UN has no power, and even if they got more money from Uncle Sucker, they'd still be incapable of organizing a Sunday School picnic, to say nothing of any military action on their own. I can't think of any American government, even one involving President Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez, who would even contemplate sending US troops to our Republic.

    I'm more concerned with the black Helmets with BATFE or FBI on their flack jackets than I am of the Royal Danish Horse Guards in their baby blue hats!

    P.s. Our government did not formally declare war on all terrorist after 9/11. The last time the United States Congress (which is the only entity which can do so) declared war on anybody was December 11, 1941.
     
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  31. Pragmatist

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    Good morning Duncan,

    ROFL - "Royal Danish Horse Guards" ! My day is made ! LOL

    UNIFIL - United Nations Interim Forces in Lebanon - was a success story from their perspective. Intelligence provided to the Arab barbarians and matters now worse in Lebanon because of the Hezbollah presence in government and the peripherial countries.

    An additional expertise is artistic postage stamps for collectors.

    I believe the Patriot Act was Congressional legislation.

    ......

    I am now in the mood to visit the former Danish West Indies, the current US Virgin Islands. I'm freezing my equipment belt off from this Arctic blast - and refuse to buy Algore's book on global warming.
     
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  32. Dalewick

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    Your right. There was no formal declaration of war by the USA after 9/11 due to the US being a member of the UN Charter. The UN Charter treaty ratified by members of the UN, which are therefore legally bound by its terms. Article 2(4) of the UN Charter generally bans the use of force by states except when carefully circumscribed conditions are met, stating:

    All members shall refrain in their international relations from the threat or use of force against the territorial integrity or political independence of any state, or in any other manner inconsistent with the purposes of the United Nations

    Which is why, on Sept. 14, 2001, the U.S. Congress in effect declared war when it passed the Authorization for Use of Military Force (AUMF) as a joint resolution. Which circumvented the UN treaty and still allowed US military forces to conduct combat actions against designated enemies.

    One of my beliefs on UN military force. If a USA president and/or congress requested help with "stabilization" or "disarmament" from the UN, I would bet money China, Russia, Pakistan, etc. would volunteer forces for such a mission, faster than I can blink and eye.

    On this, we may have to agree to disagree. I'm OK with that.

    Dale
     
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  33. LastOutlaw

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    You are incorrect. Those who think in terms of left and right are so lost in the 20th century it is scary. Over half of the right IS the left. One must think today in America in terms not of left and right or democrat and republican but in terms of globalist versus Nationalist.
     
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  34. LastOutlaw

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    There has to be an incendiary spark to bring out those who will fight. The final, one too many straw to break the camel's back. In the last American revolution what was the one thing that brought out those who would physically fight?
    The answer: Confiscation of firearms.
     
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  35. poltiregist

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    Judging from the massive and enthusiastic crowds at the Trump rallies I would say the patriots have a huge edge over the communist if a Civil War was to erupt . I was amused that wanting to fill up some kind of structure when Hillary was running for president , she held one of her rallies in a grain elevator . Now how many people can you fit in a grain elevator ? Also the person commanding the war birds and the rest of the military arsenal has all the high cards . On the communist side they are loaded down to the gills with limp wristed , whimpy folks that grew up hiding behind the doors of their locked apartments . On the gun loving patriot side is the hardy outdoor type itching for a little fun .
     
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  36. Caribou

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    Left/right, or globalist/nationalist I think we are talking semantics. I equate leftist with globalism. It is not a direct correlation as not all communists are globalists but all globalists are socialist of some flavour.

    As a whole the left is far more violent and the right is far more competent with firearms. I envision the left starting a fight when they think they have the upper hand. That is why they want to take the guns. I believe it was Yamamoto that talked about a gun behind every blade of grass and that was in the '40's.
     
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  37. randyt

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    that is the way I see it too.
     
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  38. LastOutlaw

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    There are plenty of elected officials who claim to be on the right but cave to the left by design every time.
     
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    claim and is are two different things sort like jumbo shrimp
     
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  40. TMT Tactical

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    I think the antifafa will fight, but very badly. They will think they are big and bad, until somebody pulls down their masks and starts kicking their azz's. Like all cowards, they will not like being outed and will go into hiding, once their numbers are known. Then it will become a case of pest / vermin extermination. JM2C
     
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