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Of the Media and Mandates: ”The second beast was given power to give breath to the image of the first beast, so that the image could speak and cause all who refused to worship the image to be killed. 16 It also forced all people, great and small, rich and poor, free and slave, to receive a mark on their right hands or on their foreheads, 17 so that they could not buy or sell unless they had the mark, which is the name of the beast or the number of its name.”Revelation 13:15

John Wanamaker Department Store was one of the first department stores in the United States, founded by John Wanamaker in Philadelphia. At its zenith in the early 20th century, Wanamakers also had a store in New York City at Broadway and Ninth Street. Over time, Wanamaker lost business to other retail chains, including Bloomingdales and Macys. The New York Wanamaker store on Broadway was replaced by Kmart by 1996.


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Raconteur Report: Vaxx Mandates For Healthcare Workers: D.O.A. Dogpiling onto yesterday’s federal court ruling blocking any vaccine mandates for healthcare workers in 10 states, today another federal judge expanded that injunction against the vaxx mandates to all 50 states.

We need a HUGE chipper. You have to wonder how many child molesters work for The Atlantic to come out with a piece like this. Incidentally they are located in The Watergate building.

Two things to always remember:
1) Never give up your guns.
2) If they come for you anyways, kill all they send.

Extra Credit: ”Kill all they send and then go find their progeny and kill them all.”

Not opposed to the need and action, but would it not be more effective to ventilate the head of the snake?

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  • Richard G. December 11, 2021, 10:57 AM
    • Mike Austin December 11, 2021, 12:22 PM

      By now any sentient being who does not know the truth of the “vaccines”—their purpose and their nature—has simply chosen not to know. Almost always this choice arises from fear. If you point this out to them, they will hate you for it.

  • Tom Hyland December 11, 2021, 11:42 AM

    A MUST watch video… 3 minutes… “Jesus.. What Happened to Us?”

    • Mike Austin December 11, 2021, 12:17 PM

      Who is this “us” the video mentions? Not you; not me; and for sure not anyone here at American Digest. I could make a list of just who this “us” is, but why? We already know. And whoever wins the next elections the “us” will still be out there: poisoning, corrupting, lying, deceiving, screaming, raving, threatening, reeking of Hell and acting like demons. In other words, trying to make the entire nation and the entire world just as they are.

      As long as they are about, they are a danger. They will never give up; they will never stop. Daily they promise to kill us and grind our bodies into paste; daily they corrupt our children, destroy our History, and demand that we poison ourselves if we want to eat and work. They are an existential enemy.

      • Tom Hyland December 11, 2021, 12:26 PM

        Yeah, well… the songwriter was saying “Us” and speaking for ALL of humanity, I suppose. That was wishful Pollyanna-type inclusion. And you and I certainly don’t choose to belong to that all-encompassing group. The freaks in that video ain’t Us at American Digest, that’s for sure. Still, a very fine compilation of visuals and lyrics that encapsulates the freak show George Carlin said we won a free ticket to see.

      • OneGuy December 11, 2021, 2:45 PM

        “Us”. We citizens and non-citizens living in the United States. Our fate is interlocked. If “our” president and congress weakens our national defense enough to tempt XI or Putin to test us and it devolves into a nuclear war all of “us” will suffer the same fate. My sense is that WW III is right around the corner. Why? Simple, if any country really wanted to dominate the world and have resisted that decision because the U.S. would stop them what better opportunity is there than our weakened military, inept administration and divided country. Like it or not we are all in the same boat.

    • gw December 11, 2021, 7:38 PM

      Devolution, mass psychosis?

  • James ONeil December 11, 2021, 12:28 PM

    Sigh, just another day in the neighborhood.

  • Harry December 11, 2021, 12:34 PM
  • Mike Austin December 11, 2021, 1:11 PM

    Of the media and mandates and Revelation: The UN just erected its official “Guardian for International Peace and Security”. He’s a handsome fellow. Somehow he looks familiar. Was he in a Book or something?


    The reason behind the crash of MH 370 is not a mystery. The pilot’s name was Zaharie Ahmad Shah.
    Gosh, I wonder what religion he followed?

    “This attack was completely unprovoked.” No it was not. The dead guy is Asian. Thus, that black fellow had every right to murder him.

    About those Tik Tok videos: Imagine the thoughts of a man 1000 years from now viewing them. What would he think of the people of 2021?

    As for the CIA replacing waterboarding with a 12 hour lecture of intersectional feminism: I would rather have the waterboarding, thank you very much.

    • Skorpion December 11, 2021, 2:46 PM

      “[W]hat rough beast, its hour come round at last,
      Slouches towards Bethlehem to be born?”

      — W.B. Yeats, “The Second Coming”

  • John Venlet December 11, 2021, 1:19 PM

    That Alex kid, running for Congress in AZ, is a prime example of ANY individual with political ambitions, whether said individual has an (R) or a (D) behind their name. These type of individuals are only interested in getting on the government gravy train, where the inside information available to them, and the favors to be granted for pretending to support this or that cause, can line their pockets with lucre, not to mention the power they hope to wield. I do not think there is a person in any political position, whether here in America or elsewhere, worthy of any respect.

  • CCW December 11, 2021, 6:37 PM

    A short history on the life of John Wanamaker:

    Opera Company of Philadelphia sings “Hallelujah!” in a now Macy’s store accompanied by the Wanamaker Organ – the world’s largest pipe organ:
    Merry Christmas !

    • PA Cat December 11, 2021, 10:17 PM

      When I was a kid, a trip to Wanamaker’s was a treat because you could find there all sorts of specialty items that weren’t available in my home town of Lancaster. Plus it was easy to get to Philly via the Penn Central express train, which took only an hour from Lancaster (the local was a different story), and was safer than trying to drive the Sure-Kill Expressway. My mother’s favorite story about Wanamaker’s was being kissed by the Phillies Phanatic inside the store on a shopping expedition in the late 1960s– baseball fans will understand.

      As for the Wanamaker’s organ– the second-largest organ on the East Coast is the Möller organ in the Cadet Chapel at West Point. It is presently the largest organ in the world in use in a house of worship. The organ’s specifications are here:
      The website is German, but does include some photos of the chapel and its stained-glass windows as well as of the organ itself.

  • Dirk December 11, 2021, 8:43 PM

    The Asian gentleman, This is a hit! Couple things, the driver, a large black man, is cool calm collected. Confirms his target, fires from a braced position, old guy goes down.

    Hitman casually drives forward, exits “ The” Vehicle, with a semi auto with an extended ammo mag. Head shots, confirms the kill, casually strolls back to the car and drives off in a leasurly fashion.

    Na this is a straight up hit.

    The vehicle is likely stolen.

    A Tong Hit, or a Gambling belt being settled.


  • Anonymous December 12, 2021, 2:53 AM

    Biden vid:
    Remember this? They sure don’t. 👇”

    Ol’ Nosey Joe looks like he thinks he’s hit the jackpot and come up with a pair of panties.

  • Snakepit Kansas December 12, 2021, 4:48 AM

    Don’t give up your guns, right. An individual can effectively shoot one gun at a time, therefore I would recommend that you buy additional ammunition versus another gun. In my AO, common caliber pistol ammunition is starting to become available again. .223/5.56 is widely available. Yes it is all at 2.5x the price it was in the era of Trump, but your gun is useless without ammunition.

    • Mike Austin December 12, 2021, 9:33 AM

      I bought thousands of rounds of 9mm, .40 and AK years ago. I hardly use it now, as going to the range uses too much ammo, and has become a luxury I cannot afford. I save my ammo for more pressing issues. Lots of stored ammo, home practice your with firearms and being physically fit all go a long way.

      • ghostsniper December 12, 2021, 6:22 PM

        My ammo larder is fully stocked to the rafters but I am ever on the look out for more, at reasonable prices. In the interim, to keep my shooting chops honed, I’ve done some research and purchased some high quality .22 pellet guns. Gamo and Crossman and Beretta. These ain’t Daisy’s!

    • Casey Klahn December 12, 2021, 11:40 PM

      Thank God I fired hundreds and thousands of rounds in my youth.

      It’s probable that when you need ammo, you may find some “on the ground”. It doesn’t hurt to get hits. My experience tells me that carrying too much shit is a detriment to your abilities.

      And finally, I want a mortar. And a baseplate, and a tripod, and an aiming sight, aiming stakes, an M2 compass, and a palette of ammo. Let’s talk about the M2 HMG.

      I don’t own them, but I can damn sure make use of any that I find laying around without live hands on them.

  • Sid V December 12, 2021, 6:49 AM

    Wanamaker’s update:

    WATCH: Two people stroll out of a Macy’s in Philadelphia with arms full of stolen merchandise. (Philadelphia Macy’s is located in the old Wanamakers building – just across from City Hall).


  • Hoss December 12, 2021, 7:21 AM

    Living in Southern Oregon I am suffering daily because of the hag from Salem. Not from the mask mandates, which I do not follow, but because the stench of the ” fetid and decaying yeast disease” as Gerard so aptly wrote grows stronger down here. Brown may be leaving soon but waiting in the wings is Tina Kotek. Marxist to the core, lesbo activist, and a true believer in the green energy scam she will be no better than Brown and possibly worse. If the R’s don’t win back some seats in the Oregon House and Senate there is not much hope for a state that used to be a great place to live in. They would of course have to 1st start growing a spine to be of any good.

    • Mike Austin December 12, 2021, 9:41 AM

      I lived in Portland off and on for 30 years, from 1959 – 1993, and have spent time in southern Oregon, mainly in Ashland. I saw first hand the creeping degeneracy and depravity of the “City of Roses”. You could not pay me to move back. Portland is like a leaky sewer pipe that poisons all around it. That is a damn shame, as the rest of Oregon is excellent for backcountry adventure: backpacking, hunting, and bikepacking.

  • ghostsniper December 12, 2021, 2:07 PM

    2 questions
    1 Would you consider living in a 3rd world shithole?
    2 At what point to you realize the US is a 3rd world shithole?
    IOW, where is your line in the sand?
    I bet most people don’t think too deeply about this aspect, nor are they aware of the tedious encroaching steps that finalize in that destination.

    If it takes 10 steps to go from Freedom to 3rd World, what step are we on right now?

    • Mike Austin December 12, 2021, 4:23 PM

      ” Would you consider living in a 3rd world shithole?” No. Twelve years in Costa Rica and Argentina, and two more years spent wandering around south of the Rio Grande with backpack, tent, stove and machete were enough.

      ” At what point to you realize the US is a 3rd world shithole?” At no point, because it is not—nowhere near. Spend time in Guatemala City, or Cairo, or Athens, or Sao Paulo, or anywhere in Honduras and you will beg to return to the US. Even the greatest “America haters” in the US would never, ever give up their citizenship.

      “Where is your line in the sand?” Right here in the US. Here is where I was born and here is will I will die. I die for no government or ideology, I die for the blood and soil of my beloved country. I am no Judas. I will never abandon her, especially in her hour of greatest need.

      • ghostsniper December 12, 2021, 6:34 PM

        So, you expect things to stay the same or get better here in the US? I’m looking for some serious thought, not silly offhand remarks based on past experiences. I too have lived on 3 continents and have at times endured gutters most people can’t imagine.

        I am also aware of how this whole thing is going downhill quicktime and by this time next year life in these united states may have a different meaning. At one time I used to be loyal to this country, to a fault, but decades of exposure to reality has shown my allegiance was poorly placed.

        I believe the “enemy” is far larger than most people know. My neighbor across the road for example. We and they get along fine but I know they are registered dem voters so that automatically places them in my danger zone. As inflation inflates, shelves go bare, the cost of everything increases, the value of everything but food decreases, at what point do I have to put a bullet in all of their heads, and then my own, before the hoard descends? I keep my circle razor-tight but I am aware that there are forces in play that are bigger than all of us. I’m looking for like-minded people, always. I’m also looking for alternative thinking, and plan B’s.

        • Mike Austin December 13, 2021, 8:33 AM

          So does the future bode well or ill for the USA? I make for a poor Nostradamus but a fine Cassandra. Worse in what way? Better in what way? Most sentient folks on both sides see a coming civil war to settle things once and for all. As I have written many times, “War settles things.” We can agree that the present state of affairs is not static; in fact they fairly scream out for some sort of reckoning.

          One year ago things were not so clear: who the enemy is and what he is capable of doing. Today we possess such knowledge—a good thing. You know more about your neighbor for one example. That is also a good thing, and you are better off by knowing.

          As for making “silly offhand remarks based on past experiences”: It has been awhile since I made “silly and offhand remarks”—especially here at American Digest where they would come under immediate scrutiny and well-deserved criticism. A man who ignores past experiences must rely upon emotion and happenstance—both of which are fickle and transitory; both of which are what schoolgirls rely upon. Past experiences and the wisdom they impart are what differentiates a man from a boy.

          I could bring up dozens of examples from History that echo the America of 2021. Learning from History is, after all, using the combined experiences of millions of men who have lived through what we are living through today. Their wisdom speaks through the ages; they are a “democracy of the dead”.

          Have you considered emigrating since you say that you allegiance to America was poorly placed? Even by stating this, you are using your own past experiences to make a judgement upon the present—something you advise never to do. If you had considered leaving the US for supposed greener fields, where would you go? You have over 200 choices after all.

          I recommend against it though. America right or wrong, drunk or sober, is your home. She could use a little loyalty right about now.

  • Leslie December 12, 2021, 7:33 PM

    I miss Mr Happy Acres. I left twitter last year, and there are a few folks I miss. Give him my best.

    • Vanderleun December 12, 2021, 7:44 PM

      You can still read him on Twitter even if you don’t have an account…..


      • Leslie December 12, 2021, 9:06 PM

        Thanks, Gerard.

  • gwbnyc December 12, 2021, 8:44 PM

    Wanamakers? Department Store?

    Satan laughs…

    All the while a pareidolic devourer of souls.