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The New York Times and its media co-seditionists insist that massive mail-in voting will do just fine despite plenty of evidence that it’s already a demonstrable fiasco — for instance in the recent New York primary where two congressional district contests remain undecided months later due to ballot irregularities. The boards of election “had operational issues,” as Governor Cuomo put it, “and we have to learn from them” — another teachable moment in the Democratic Party’s valiant struggle to morally improve America strictly on its own terms.

Over in Nevada, the state legislature passed a mail-in vote scheme that will send ballots out to everybody and his-or-her uncle, with no ID required, and a feature that permits ballots to be filled-out by someone other than the addressed voter. Nice! A “ballot-harvesting” model for other states. In California, where anybody with a driver’s license is automatically registered to vote via the 2015 “New Motor Voter Act,” ballots will go out to 600,000 un-documented non-citizens who were granted licenses under a separate act (AB-60) the same year. Do you suppose all of them will conscientiously toss their ballots in the trash while California’s mighty Democratic Party machine importunes them to vote early-and-often?

There’s your set-up for a 2020 election that can’t possibly be resolved, and a recipe for a Hieronymus Bosch style orgy of Lawfare litigation that would deliberately seek to confound the Federal Election Commission’s best efforts to untangle the mess — just as Lawfare is doing in the mess of a case against General Flynn — and effectively end 232 years of continuous, orderly four-year election cycles. Is that what you want?

The other index of the Democratic Party’s desperation is the ongoing emperor’s-new-clothes charade posing the effigy of Joe Biden as a serious candidate for a rather important position in government. Everybody knows that they know — and we know that they know that we all know — that Mr. Biden is sailing into a fog-bank of senility, and more measurably each day! His every staged performance is an obvious embarrassment of fumbled phrases and things forgotten. They are going to have to find a replacement. It really comes down to two figures: Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton. What a predicament!

Mr. Sanders, though not demented, is just too old and his heart attack earlier in the year can’t be reassuring — not to mention the fact that as a declared “socialist” he automatically alienates enough voters in the old blue-collar swing states to render him a loser. Plus, the DNC hierarchy hates him, has plotted against him at every turn in the past two presidential primary seasons, and quite possibly rigged this year’s Super Tuesday vote to successfully dump him in favor of the phantom they now pretend is leading the party.

Hillary still owns the DNC — literally. Nobody knows how much of the Clinton Foundation’s ill-gotten moolah still underwrites the party’s national operations. The arrest of Ghislaine Maxwell, with new allegations about Bill Clinton’s capers on Epstein’s Pedo Island, is a strange twist with mystifying implications — especially the timing and the motives of those in the DOJ’s Southern District who stage-managed it. With the Clintons, intrigues always abound. But if ever there was a Lady Macbeth moment for wickedness to prevail, this is it. For now, the old warhorse is laying low on her yoga mat somewhere in the Chappaqua woods.

Who else is there? Andrew Cuomo, a longshot with that rap hanging over him about sending thousands of geezers to certain Covid-19 death in infected nursing homes, and Michelle Obama, a fairytale possibility that would have all the optics of an outright coup d’état.

In the meantime, the Dems have ginned up a soap opera over Mr. Biden’s supposed running-mate, starring several requisite POCs of the female persuasion, all unappetizing personalities, each in a distinctive way, none of them qualified to step into the main job when Mr. Biden is issued his 25th Amendment pink slip. The party has been half-heartedly hoisting their trial balloons in a predictable rotation following the dismally obvious affirmative-action script, just another hustle in the season of Black Lives Matter, the hallucination du jour in a year of neo-medieval mass psychosis.


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  1. Pucker August 3, 2020 at 10:14 am #

    Marie-Antoinette had a mock French peasant village constructed on the Versailles palace grounds so that Marie-Antoinette could pretend that she was a French peasant.

    I wonder how weird our Elites are today? The picture of Jamie Diamond of JP Morgan taking a knee in support of Black Lives Matter was a bit weird.

    I wonder how weird the Communist Elites are? That hospital in Beijing for the Elites with the Eugenics sperm bank services was Freakie Deakie….

  2. fugeguy August 3, 2020 at 10:19 am #

    “the hallucination du jour in a year of neo-medieval mass psychosis.”

    Every day more bankruptcies, a new covid twist or two, major cities become more unlivable- just another month in 2020.

    Aliens, we need aliens.

    • fugeguy August 3, 2020 at 10:32 am #

      I was out last week doing some work on the family cabin. Basically cutting down 32 pine trees that had drowned from flooding last year. The twist is that it did not need to happen. The cabin is on an island. When we get blows water ends up in the HOA. Once upon a time we had pumps to get the water out quickly. The lake levels have been low for the better part of a decade and then the last couple of years “unexpectedly” rose. It seems the pumps were old and in disrepair. Drainage ditches not kept clean. Nobody bothered to maintain or update any of it. But we had money for news pools, water plant expansions (that apparently accommodated a country club style marina at a loss), etc. This despite HOA fees and assessments rising much faster than the rates of inflation over the last decade. Bonus is that we could basically not use the cabin last year- not permitted to use water while while flooded. Note that we were still required to pay for the service.

      The point of all this is that it is a micro version of the whole US right now. We pay, the money is stolen or used for new pools or other reverse welfare for the upper crust. Now everything is broken and we are broke.

      Good luck with the new normal.

      • DrTomSchmidt August 3, 2020 at 11:15 am #

        I was remarking on an appliance we have used for 20 years, over the weekend. It doesn’t approach needing to be replaced; I expect that modern appliances are more likely programmed to die, sooner.

        I’ve biked paths next to railroad tracks that are now decommissioned. The railroad bridges could not support the weight of a train, because the steel has rusted so badly for lack of maintenance. You could restore the rail line with new steel for a lot more money than would have been required to maintain state of good repair.

        The good news is that a lot of the stuff built before computers is ridiculously over engineered. A typical rule of thumb was to calculate the amount of steel needed and double it for a margin of safety, but an extra margin was added for calculation errors, so you had 4x the material needed.

        At a conversation in the early 90s with an architect, he mentioned how inefficient the Empire State Building was compared to modern skyscraper construction, and that you’d use 1/2 to 1/4 the structural steel building a similarly tall building. Of course, the ESB was hit by a government plane in 1945 and did not collapse; the WTC, built by a government agency “efficiently” in the 70s was hit by a private plane and collapsed.

        • messianicdruid August 3, 2020 at 11:40 am #

          I’m building fence now with old telephone poles. Most around here just use them for corner posts. Ours will be all two foot in the ground with a bag of quickcrete and six feet above ground. Woven wire five feet with barbwire on top. It will be here long after me.

        • MontanaMan August 3, 2020 at 5:19 pm #

          “the WTC, built by a government agency “efficiently” in the 70s was hit by a private plane and collapsed.“

          Not off the hyperbole. You make it sound like it was hit with a little bitty propeller plane. Your so full of shit. Why don’t you tell the truth and name the type of plane that hit both towers over, and over.

        • ThorsHammer August 4, 2020 at 4:59 pm #

          Dr Tom

          Except that the WTC had a little help from the Thermite charges placed on the vertical columns on the vacant 33rd floor.

          Speaking of another false flag—- the election circus held every four years in the USA—-.

          A PR battle royal over spoils and privilege between two factions of the War Party united in their goal of perpetuating the Empire and maximizing the amount of graft that can be extracted from it.

      • beantownbill. August 3, 2020 at 11:51 am #

        Exactly! The one thing I’ve learned over the years in being involved in our HOA since 1992 is that it is really a microcosm of our national government

        • Ron Anselmo August 3, 2020 at 6:01 pm #

          Fourth layer of government: Federal, State, Local, HOA or Condo Association. Living under 3 layers, who chooses a 4th?

      • beantownbill. August 3, 2020 at 12:28 pm #

        Exactly! The one thing I’ve learned in being involved in our HOA since 1992 is that it is really a microcosm of our national government. Our homeowners are really nice, average people. Unfortunately, nice and average are not sufficient when running a multi-million dollar operation. Our main problem IMO, is that sadly these people are not aware they aren’t capable enough to run our complex.

        I place the blame for this on how the larger, outside world values individuals. We are taught that we are all equal. That is the issue. We aren’t. The founding fathers may have realized it, but if so, they didn’t state it clearly enough. We are all created equally worthy, but not equally capable. But not stating this leads to people being unable to admit they aren’t, because such an admission would make them feel inferior. In the end, reality always wins, so the business of running our country has gotten all messed up.

        My belief is that everything would be better if we were just told we are worthy beings, but we cannot do some things as well as others. We could be taught there’s no shame in that. I know this sounds elitist, but reality is reality.

        • 100th Avatar August 3, 2020 at 2:05 pm #

          Yet there are soft hints sprinkled throughout one’s coming of age.

          Did your mother often sigh, exasperated after the latest unimpressive report card, “there’s always the civil-service”?

          Recommended for shop, technical, home-ec, vocational school?
          *I have a feeling they may no longer exist.

          When the military recruiters came trolling for low-hanging fruit at your high school did the counselor cough-up your name?

          This does not preclude one from having a successful future, or a rewarding future. It merely suggests your capabilities may lie somewhere other than the formal erudition of higher education. Regrettably, learning tradecraft, a process of tacit knowledge transference, bears the stigma of stupidity. Yet how many people of trade be it a medical doctor to an electrician to an architect to a machinist to a lawyer are geniuses at their craft but, peculiarly, seriously deficient in common sense or general knowledge?

          But colleges became a right, then a land grant, then a big business. Many of the aforementioned outgrew their immaturity, became better traditional students, and proved many wrong. More did not. They became ambulance chasers, insurance agents, salesmen, a corner cubicle manager in an office park.
          They made it, somehow. So of course they’re smart: see the sheepskin above the Dell? A generation of Dunning-Krugers, with the financial debt and the raised seal certificate to prove it.
          Well, that’s what society asks for, and well, that’s what society gets.
          Empty goalposts and dim lodestars.

          • Sredni Vashtar August 3, 2020 at 3:12 pm #

            A tradesman with no commonsense outside his trade? Sure, maybe – but less likely than a Liberal Arts graduate sans trade who already has had commonsense beaten out of him.

        • orca August 3, 2020 at 3:42 pm #

          For years I have said The Founding Fathers f***ed up for lack of a good editor…..

          That whole “all men are created equal”…….They forgot “…..BEFORE THE LAW.” That was one of their main gripes after all. I’m sure they assumed descendants would grasp their intent. They assumed wrong.

          That right there would have put a stop to a lot of of current problems.

          • Soloview August 3, 2020 at 3:58 pm #

            Of course Epstein and Dershowitz were not created equal even before the law …at any rate, Anatole France had it right when he described,the kind of equality “where rich and poor have an equal right to sleep under the bridges.

    • zone45 August 4, 2020 at 10:50 pm #

      Hey fugeguy,
      You really do not have to look very far to find them.
      They are constanly with you.
      Are you married?
      have a mate, or significant other.
      We are all alien to each other on simple and basic levels.
      Can we all just get along?
      Good question. With who?
      Sometimes you are your own worse enemy.

      My typical day in the life goes something like this:

      I am in the powder room taking a piss, and she comes up to the door and asks me why is there a light on outside?
      So, I am a bit confused about this question, and alarms start going off in my brain, so I say what light and where? She tells me that it is in the back yard, and I am like, what part of the back yard. Then I remember.
      And I say, I just went out to put away some trash.
      Now, that seems simple enough. But look at the entire dynamic structure of that exchange.
      Instead of sounding a general alarm call, simply define the question and get specific.
      She should have and could have asked, did you leave the light on out back?
      Or better yet, just turn the fucking light off and go to bed.
      But if I try to correct her, then I am the monster.
      And this is the constant shit that I deal with every hour of every day.
      As soon as you make a comment, now you are in the dog house.
      Maybe I should get a dog. Give me something to hug at night.

      • fugeguy August 6, 2020 at 11:22 am #

        Zone45,

        Yea, been married for 26 years.

        Guess I am lucky in that my wife is source of joy in my life. Know many where that is not the case. My advice to them is always the same. Try to fix it starting with yourself. If not,why sleep with someone you do not like? Better to sleep alone.

        Another area where the world has changed. If my wife got hit by a bus doubt I’d even date. The male female dynamic has been, in my opinion, one the things purposefully destroyed. BTW my wife fully agrees.

        -fuge

  3. snagglepuss August 3, 2020 at 10:22 am #

    ‘ For now, the old warhorse is laying low on her yoga mat somewhere in the Chappaqua woods.’. I suppose one could be called worse things than an old warhorse. At least it implies previous battle experience and fortitude. I don’t like Mrs. Clinton. Or him. Can’t see Michelle Obama wanting the office of President or even Vice President. It doesn’t suit her personality despite her intellect, experience, and qualifications for the office.

    Yesterday evening and tonight the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. is running the Ken Burns documentary on Jackie Robinson. Those must have been interesting times in American history. Rachel Robinson was sure a classy lady. So well spoken. I wonder what she would have to say about the current ‘troubles’, as the Irish like to say……………

    • Pucker August 3, 2020 at 10:25 am #

      The Clintons are Elite weirdo’s….

      I wonder why they called him “Axel”? They think that Chelsea Clinton’s biological father is Webster Hubble who was also a partner at the Rhodes law firm in Little Rock Arkansas where Hillary Clinton worked.

      “ Louis XVI indulged her, giving her the Petit Trianon palace in the Versailles gardens as a private retreat, and allowing her to build the imitation peasant village, where she and her friends played at being milkmaids. He seems to have looked the other way when she made the dashing young Swedish nobleman Axel von Fersen her lover; evidence suggests that Fersen fathered the last two children she bore.22 Like Ménétra and his wife, however, Louis and Marie-Antoinette argued regularly over money.”

      Jeremy D. Popkin
      A New World Begins: The History of the French Revolution

      • malthuss August 3, 2020 at 10:56 am #

        webs daughter and CC look like sisters, check pix before CCs
        various plastic surgeries.

        • Ron Anselmo August 3, 2020 at 11:17 am #

          Yes, because they are sisters – Chelsea Hubbell.

          • malthuss August 3, 2020 at 5:06 pm #

            half sisters

    • vengeur August 3, 2020 at 10:50 am #

      Michelle Obama’s intellect, experience, and qualifications for the office. LOL . That’s about as funny as describing Hillary Clinton as a person who possesses “fortitude”.

      • Captain Swing August 3, 2020 at 6:19 pm #

        How so? Maybe you could provide a single example of Mrs Obama representing your Country with anything other than integrity, intelligence, dignity and grace.
        If the main prerequisite for POTUS (as we are so often told) is “character”, she is more than qualified for the job – Unless you prefer the current petulant eight year old, or his senile, soon to be debating partner (if the former doesn’t throw a tantrum and refuse to turn up and the later doesn’t forget where the hall is).
        Mrs Obama has consistently refused to even consider entering politics – I have a feeling she knows better than most just how toxic it has become, and that her and her precious daughters are better off somewhere (anywhere) else.
        It’s a pity, but that’s what a toxic environment does – It drives out the people you actually need, and leaves you with… the likes of Trump and Biden.

        • Kim August 3, 2020 at 9:28 pm #

          Maybe you could provide a single example of Mrs Obama representing your Country with anything other than integrity, intelligence, dignity and grace.

          What about when she was dancing on the Ellen show with her junk clearly swinging in her pants?

          • Majella August 4, 2020 at 8:13 pm #

            Why am I not surprised that you (Kim) would hold this particularly bizarre CT trope so dearly?

          • Majella August 4, 2020 at 9:21 pm #

            You’re insane. There’s no other explanation. I guess you can see whatever you WANT to see, but think about this:

            1) IF Michelle is a fully equipped male, would ‘they’ (who are perpetrating this horrendous hoax on you and a few hundred other nutjobs) take steps to HIDE the fact? Tight panties, or the like?

            Or

            2) IF you really think you can detect ‘junk’ in her pants, perhaps it’s a troll move – a sock or a banana in her panties – just to give you a freakily false sense of “gotcha”?

            But all that is academic. Those who hold to this insane belief are delusional, and anything else they (you) have to say can therefore be pretty handily discounted.

          • Spacecase August 5, 2020 at 11:07 am #

            I’ve seen an exercise video with Michelle Obama in spandex where they were filming her from all angles doing exercises. I can attest that she has no discernible “junk”. What you saw was most likely the standard audio gear that people on TV shows wear on their bodies so they can be heard properly. But you don’t really care about facts when you say stuff like that, do you?

          • GreenAlba August 5, 2020 at 8:59 pm #

            OMG. Holocaust Denier believes Michelle Obama is a bloke. Seriously, there are corners of the interwebz you have to be glad you’ve never visited.

            Hahahahahahaha…

            Maybe poor Kim’s never had the chance to see what men’s arms look like.

            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ln3wAdRAim4

          • Majella August 6, 2020 at 8:40 pm #

            *crickets* from Kim on this one. I would have expected SOMETHING – perhaps a link to a video that had been through the Infowars.com ‘filter’, at least…

            See, Kim, when you go down the CT rabbit-hole, the bizarre effect is that you are all but OBLIGED to believe EVERY CT. Selectivity is not really an option, is it?

            So, no doubt, you also hold (but are smart enough not to state as much hereabouts):

            > The Earth is flat
            > 5G is the cause of coronavirus
            > Reptilian aliens run the planet
            > “Q” is real and DJT is the ONLY one who can save us from the paedophiles who inhabit DC & Hollywood w/ Pizzagate thrown in for good measure
            > ‘Crisis Actors’ are faking mass shootings so the scheming commies can take our guns away
            > The Elders of Zion’s current leader is the demonic George Soros who hs an evil plan to do the USA in

            …and so on.

            So, you may be extremely intelligent, Kim, well-read and educated, articulate & persuasive, but you’re not immune to this extremely common (and growing) ‘infection’.

            I’m not sure if you were around a few years back, but I have previously described my own experience of ‘the rabbit-hole’. Emerging from it is exactly like the biblical reference to scales falling from eyes. In my case, it was through a very patient long-term friend, who would constantly, but gently and without judging, push back whenever I started on one from the vast array of spiels all CT nutjobs have at their disposal.

            I still recall the moment when I realised it was all bullshit – someone ELSE, whom I’d never met before, started on ME, the way I had been with my friend, with the same tropes I’d been carrying around in my head and lecturing on for quite some years. Ouch. It was ugly and the benighted person looked like an absolute idiot. “Cured”.

          • fugeguy August 6, 2020 at 11:32 pm #

            Prior to removal from you tube, there were 15 to 20 old videos of Mrs. O attacking America and whitey. Real racist comments no dot connecting required and in her own words. Complete hatred of the country and the un tanned- no doubts. If you are so inclined the videos still exist on other platforms.

          • Majella August 7, 2020 at 5:32 am #

            Fugeguy -any of them showing her ‘junk’? That’s all *I’m* on about here. It’s not SHE that’s the subject of this discussion, but rather, it’s Kim’s bald assertion of her being male, without evidence or reason.

            More importantly, it’s about Kim’s conscious DECISION to hold such mischievous drivel out as fact. If indeed s/he doesn’t believe it (which is actually more likely), then it’s just casual and negligent smearing, possibly designed to virtue-signal to her like-minded cohort of CT nutjobs.

            Either way, it’s despicable behaviour from someone who is clearly intelligent, educated and articulate.

          • fugeguy August 7, 2020 at 10:19 am #

            I guess I am more concerned about her hatred of the nation (at least in its civilized and free state) and people with lighter skin than herself then whether or not she’s a tranny.

        • amb August 3, 2020 at 11:51 pm #

          You are lost in space, my friend. You are clueless compared to Trump. He knows what the true threats are to this country. You, as regards geo-politics? The lights are on, but nobody is home.

      • redrock October 23, 2020 at 9:20 pm #

        Putrid slim each. Intellect? Ha. Funny shit that.

    • amb August 3, 2020 at 11:48 pm #

      Michelle? Intellect, experience, and qualifications? Hahaha. Oh yeah, she’d make a great leader. Would lead us right into a one-world global communism and destroy all that is good.

  4. CancelMyCard August 3, 2020 at 10:26 am #

    It is beyond obvious that we are now witnessing the historical dissolution of the United States of America.

    Our parents’ and grandparents’ generations experienced the rigors of two world wars and the Great Depression, the crucibles which tested and honed the American Spirit which reached its apotheosis at the end of World War II.

    Those of us of the Boomer persuasion have experienced the peak of the American experience —
    from 1946 to 1971 (when Nixon dropped the gold standard and sullied the Presidential office) — the Pax Americana if you will.

    And now we are sliding down the backward slope of the peak, and it seems to be accelerating by the day. In 20 years, you will not recognize the USA from what is was. It seems that the breakup of the nation into disparate regional countries is inevitable.

    The only question is, will the resultant society look more like
    The World Made By Hand or
    The Hunger Games?

    • DrTomSchmidt August 3, 2020 at 11:18 am #

      “when Nixon dropped the gold standard and sullied the Presidential office”

      JFK sullied it, too. You just didn’t see it or ignored it:
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mimi_Alford

      • CancelMyCard August 3, 2020 at 11:47 am #

        If the criterion for “sullying the office of President” includes carrying on a sexual affair, then I’d guess most presidents’ would fall under that umbrella, from Thomas Jefferson, through to and including JFK’s immediate predecessor, Eisenhower.

        What Nixon did was pure criminality.

        Affairs do not sully the integrity of the office, criminality surely does.

        • DrTomSchmidt August 3, 2020 at 1:37 pm #

          Read the description of Mimi Alford’s first sexual encounter, when she was touring the White House with JFK and he basically forced himself on her. Let’s just say, he didn’t ask permission. Today, we would call that sexual assault.

          Of course, they went on to have a consensual affair, so clearly she asked for it.

      • Kim August 3, 2020 at 9:33 pm #

        FDR turned the US federal government over to a huge army of communist and soviet infiltrators. He turned eastern Europe over to Stalin. He let the communists take China.

        He does have a pretty good claim to being the worst POTUS ever.

    • Spacecase August 5, 2020 at 11:08 am #

      Yeah, you boomers experienced the peak. Then you pulled the ladder up behind you so that no one else could. Thanks for that.

  5. cc rider August 3, 2020 at 10:26 am #

    Several weeks ago I thought that Susan Rice was the odds on favorite for Biden to pick. Of course it is going to be a black female, there can be no doubt about this. Although Rice has the personality and charisma of a brick, I figured she’d be the one because Kamala went after Biden pretty hard in the primaries and most of his allies have been lobbying against her.

    Well………now it appears that Kamala is the odds on favorite after all:

    https://www.yahoo.com/news/joe-biden-buries-hatchet-looks-194150180.html

    I can’t say I’m all that surprised because the others such as Bass and Duckworth have no “gravitas”. Mayor of Atlanta Keisha Bottoms? Bad last name. Biden-Bottoms 2020? Uhhhhhhh no. Even Biden with his dementia knows that dog won’t hunt. Can you imagine the jokes? Lol…

    • elysianfield August 3, 2020 at 11:20 am #

      ” Can you imagine the jokes? Lol”

      Biden/ Bottoms,
      Seeks top position

      • cc rider August 3, 2020 at 12:32 pm #

        Heh. That’s what I’m talkin’ bout.

      • elysianfield August 4, 2020 at 8:09 pm #

        Biden/Bottoms,
        Who’s behind me?

  6. BackRowHeckler August 3, 2020 at 10:32 am #

    Most of the anti Trump ads I’ve been seeing are posted by ‘The Lincoln Project’, which appears to consist of high level Republican operatives from the failed Romney and McCain campaigns.

    It seems the Dems whole strategy is anti Trump, without even mentioning or promoting their own candidate, Joe Biden. Maybe this is a winning strategy, I don’t know, but you’d think between now and November Biden would have to emerge from his basement and hold a press conference, or grant an interview with a reporter not handpicked by the DNC.

    Brh

    • DrTomSchmidt August 3, 2020 at 11:21 am #

      It is a winning strategy. Obama flipped 3000 state legislative seats to the R’s. Trump has been death to Northeast Republicans, most of whom are quite liberal.

      Trump will rot out the GOP advantage if he wins, losing the Senate to go with the House, and losing the majority of state legislatures, so gerrymandering makes the 2020s impossible.

      • amb August 3, 2020 at 11:58 pm #

        Socialism is on the decline. It will finally be dead in about 10 years. This next decade there will be much collateral damage as they flail in desperation to gain power and keep from collapsing. The Dems will not be winning the White House this November, nor the Senate. They are on their way out and conservatives will be holding control for a long time. It is not the majority of America that is crazy.

        • Spacecase August 5, 2020 at 11:12 am #

          Wow, how delusional are you? Do you really think just by proclaiming such things that it magically makes them true? Don’t you realize that right now Texas, because of the influx of Californians, is in the process of becoming possibly a blue state? If that happens and that trend continues, no more Republican presidents. The electoral votes of California, New York, and Texas going to one party, would be pretty much unbeatable.

    • abbybwood August 3, 2020 at 2:35 pm #

      If Biden’s handlers refuse to let him debate Trump, Trump will win in a huge landslide.

      And even though the MSM is not reporting this, the DNC delegate Bernie Bros and Sisters are letting Bernie know that unless he and Biden add Medicare for All to the platform they will make a huge stink and not vote for Biden. Even though Medicare for All was Bernie’s signature platform position, the DNC will NOT allow it!

      Even Jimmy Dore realizes Sanders is just another opportunistic snake:

      https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=qHEQMxN9mYA

  7. redrock August 3, 2020 at 10:33 am #

    Living in a lunatic asylum being run by the inmates.

  8. Cavepainter August 3, 2020 at 10:34 am #

    Meso-American societies sacrificed children, sometimes hundreds at a time, an no doubt aimed to placate or propitiate whatever belief held about cosmic spiritual order. Today, America’s political Left (not “liberal” in Western Enlightenment sense) is conducting similar sacrifice of youth, but rather than with blunt or sharp phusical means this slaughter is psycho/social savagery.

    Black kids are indoctrinated with BLM dogma that acculturation to 21st Century Western educational/social/political advantages deprives them of ennobling African authenticity. So, rather than compelling reasoned assimilation toward full realization of individual potential they are ruthlessly recruited much like the child soldiers of Rwanda’s during that nation’s internecine tribal horrors, driven instead to repeat that disaster here.

    White kids are being damaged not less with constant shaming of their Western Cultural heritage, harangued to atone alleged “white privilege” by deferring to any demand for “reparations”, whether personal or collective? On personal basis, “Pay back” abuse by Blacks, no matter how heinous would be judged if served by Whites, to be born as auto self-flagellation?

    Convenient for the Left’s drive for “proportionality” between Western society’s guilt and demanded atonement, accounting indices for measuring “White privilege” are margins of feelings that can be manipulated moment to moment by shifting partisan narrative. In the Left’s formulation of social justice all outcomes must be equal; complete discounting of difference due to metrics of individuality, leaving only generalized blocks redrawn to whatever is convenient to the Left’s Utopian “Rapture” of heaven on earth.

    For White kids, tattooed on their psyche is damaging blame for: Number of fatherless Black households? The abysmally lower academic performance by Black students — compared to all other ethnicities? The level of Black on Black violence? The disproportionate Black incarcerations and prison population (far beyond any calculus of “bad cops”, etc.)? Psychically burdened further with implicit demand for condescending acceptance of criminal and uncivil behavior by Blacks, including obstreperous disrespect toward figures of institutional authority, whether that of teachers or law enforcement (again, the calculus)?

    “White guilt” becomes even more nebulous on matters IQ differences; intellectual inquisitiveness, incentive toward education goals; capability toward reasoned introspection for drawing conclusions re behavior and subsequent outcome?

    White youth are essentially up against equivalency (though secular) to ancient Catholicism’s “Stigmata”, historically portrayed in art as saintly assumption of Christ’s suffering on the cross? The resulting onus is to succumb to the pathological notion that all outcomes pivot upon “Whiteness” that can only be atoned by self-inflicted suffering?

    This “cross” is absent the ecstatic smile and glint of moist eyes rolled beatifically heavenly (common imagery in religious art). Instead, given the stigma of being “White” (apostasy against the prevailing secular “Rapture”) yields more the sense of being pilloried psychologically.

    • sanspeur August 3, 2020 at 10:51 am #

      Oh the mental sacrifice is so true, but dig a little and you will find that the elite still do truly sacrifice children. To deny that reality is being disingenuous to oneself.

      https://www.reddit.com/r/TheRightCantMeme/comments/echthc/planned_parenthood_child_sacrifice/

      Symbology is important to these elites.

    • Sredni Vashtar August 3, 2020 at 12:35 pm #

      Well said. There is a video out there where young White Men were shirtless showing off their literal scourging. Don’t know if it was self inflicted or by others. Blacks were walking around yelling orders, etc.

      • malthuss August 3, 2020 at 5:10 pm #

        youtube had something made in Missouri? Men and children doing a ramdan? self beating. a little boy among them.

        die versity is strength.

  9. akmofo August 3, 2020 at 10:51 am #

    It’s not going to be long before the commie MSM disappears. Neither is it going to be long before the commie universities and colleges disappear. Same applies to commie Hollyweird. Same applies to all the established commie Vatican propaganda outlets. What will be left are the multi-trillion commie corporations which rely on the Vatican gov mafia to safeguard their market share monopolies and survival.

    This is where right thinking voters need to concentrate their efforts. They need to call out and root out the commie RINOs from the ballot box so that a legislative effort can be mounted to dis-empower dissolve and disappear the above mentioned commie corporations by creating new alternative choice to them.

    Without commie corporate money to sponsor them, the Demrats are finished, and so is their whole feudalistic commie Vatican “New World Order” and its return to the Medieval Dark Ages enterprise.

    • beantownbill. August 3, 2020 at 12:47 pm #

      From your mouth to God’s ear, but I’m not as optimistic as you (hope I’m wrong).

      • malthuss August 3, 2020 at 5:11 pm #

        It’s not going to be long before the commie MSM disappears. Neither is it going to be long before the commie universities and colleges disappear.

        BB–You posted that you would defend your own, even when they are wrong.

        • beantownbill. August 3, 2020 at 5:35 pm #

          The thing is, Malthuss, people can grow and change. I will no longer automatically defend anyone. However, I am still very pro-Jewish and always will be. Anyway, what did I say that makes you believe otherwise?

    • lbs August 3, 2020 at 3:04 pm #

      What will cause the downfall of the MSM?. They have a rock solid business model selling air time to companies pitching hemorrhoid cream to people who love to get whipped up into anger by celebrity shock jocks.

      • akmofo August 3, 2020 at 3:53 pm #

        What will cause the downfall of the MSM?
        ==

        1/ ZERO credibility.
        We’re already there.

        2/ ZERO audience.
        We’re pretty much there already.

        3/ ZERO utility.
        Commie corporations/advertisers suffering mass boycotts. This is already happening. See Nike.

    • Spacecase August 5, 2020 at 11:14 am #

      You really shouldn’t hit the crack pipe before you post. You sound pretty delusional.

  10. JohnAZ August 3, 2020 at 10:53 am #

    Cc rider

    I remember 1960.

    The Kennedys hated LBJ, thought he was a buffoon. Put him on the ticket to get the South in line.

    The Kennedys were outsiders to the infantile Deep State that was forming. DDE called it out as the MIC and denounced it.

    LBJ was a consummate Deep Stater. Pure insider in the Senate.

    A match made in hell.

    Results

    An assassination, the civil rights movement, about the only positive thing, the Viet Nam war, and on and on.

    Other than four years of Reagan, we have not had a true conservative, make government smaller and spend less President or Congress. The closest was Newt and Bill, who changed welfare for a few years. It did not last. Even Reagan caved in 1986.

    History does not repeat, but it rhymes. The end of the United States is near. No nation can takes the political abuse this one has without reaction.

    • Sredni Vashtar August 3, 2020 at 12:39 pm #

      The Corporations will then rule and above them, the Banks. You still don’t get that. America is part of the North American Free Trade Zone. That’s what matters to them.

      Smaller Government! Utter nonsense. Consumerism exploded during those years, supporting and feeding the nascent Global State.

      You either give people money or they will die on the streets. Technology takes jobs, as did offshoring and mass immigration.

      • beantownbill. August 3, 2020 at 12:49 pm #

        Reluctantly, I agree with you. Banks, however are corporations, too.

        • Sredni Vashtar August 3, 2020 at 1:24 pm #

          Can you expand on that? Meaning that more than one person owns them? In any case, the were the first and/or the most powerful.

          The Rothschilds believe they are descended from Nimrod, a mighty hunter before the Lord.

          • Robert White August 3, 2020 at 1:59 pm #

            Behavioural Finance can explain the irrationality of wealth holders in that winners in Monopoly games typically believe that they are worthy of their game wins and better than their competitors qualitatively and quantitatively. Winners typically become sadists as they take control of the game board via properties and utilities.

            Winners erroneously believe that they are superior beings even in Monopoly games, Janos. Bezos & Musk likely believe that they are superior beings as well if we follow the logic of Behavioural Finance experts in the field.

            RW

          • swazimoto August 3, 2020 at 2:13 pm #

            Interesting turn of phrase in the original Hebrew, “before the Lord”. It doesn’t work in English as most would understand this to mean (standing) in front of…’ whereas the translation should read, more accurately, ‘against’ or opposing’!

          • Sredni Vashtar August 3, 2020 at 3:09 pm #

            Yes, that would make much more sense. Why was it translated so badly?

            Rashi says that “Hunter” means one who traps others with his words.

            Recent editions of the Bible have the Lamb lying down with the Wolf. Satanic humor.

          • beantownbill. August 3, 2020 at 5:01 pm #

            I mean that technically speaking many banks are corporationS or holding companies. I was just trying to state a legal technicality. I agree with you. Let’s say that if banks are essentially corporations, they are at the top of the ladder.

          • swazimoto August 4, 2020 at 10:59 am #

            Why was it translated so poorly? I can’t say for certain. My background in lingustics gives me a few ideas, ‘tho. Word for word translations are possible but result in gobble-de-gook. Conceptual equivalency is the goal which sometimes puts prepositions on the firing line. Prepositions are notoriously difficult as recent experiences with native English speakers bungling them has led me to this conclusion
            On another tack, I’m curious to which translation do you refer that makes a wolf out of a lion that lays down with the lamb?

    • cbeard August 3, 2020 at 12:53 pm #

      To John AZ. An assasination, civil rights movement, the Viet Nam war. Which one do you consider the positive thing. Reagan was a union buster and no friend of the working class. Conservative indeed. Newt and Bill? I agree with the last sentence though.

      • JohnAZ August 3, 2020 at 1:49 pm #

        Civil rights. Reagan realized that the working class was morphing into being serfs of the corporations, which is the state of today. He looked at the air controllers shutting down the airlines and reacted as he did. Both the corporations and the unions need limits to their power. Reagan was an anti union conservative, followed soon by a pro union Clinton.

        Yes, Newt and Clinton put together the welfare package in the late 90’s that balance the budget for a very short period of time.

        • beantownbill. August 3, 2020 at 5:05 pm #

          And they only accomplished that by playing games with social security accounting. They really didn’t balance the budget.

    • malthuss August 3, 2020 at 5:12 pm #

      RR did am nasty #1..the end of UNITED States. part 1.

  11. cc rider August 3, 2020 at 10:53 am #

    Even before this year there has been a major effort in removing all traces of Confederate names and monuments from inside the city of Austin. AISD has changed the names of all schools with names of anyone associated with the Confederacy. The same with the University of Texas.

    A few years ago some even started tossing around the idea of changing the name of the city itself because it was named after Stephen F. Austin who was pro-Confederacy. Last week the idea was raised again by a local editorialist in the Austin Statesman which MSN captured on its site:

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/mlb/herman-do-we-want-to-be-named-for-a-man-with-pro-slavery-sentiments/ar-BB17pXMH

    If you read the piece you’ll see that the Texas Rangers baseball team may have to change its name because, well guess.

    From the editorial regarding the Rangers:

    “…..Longtime Dallas newspaperman Doug J. Swanson delves into the history of the Texas Rangers (the cop kind) in his important new book “Cult of Glory: The Bold and Brutal History of the Texas Rangers.”

    The book, says The New York Times Book Review, “scorches the reputations of such legendary Rangers as Ben McCulloch and William ‘Bigfoot’ Wallace for massacring Native Americans and Mexican Americans willy-nilly. Swanson has done a crucial public service by exposing the barbarous side of the Rangers.”

    Yes, of course the NYT Book Reviewers are all college educated…..fools. Willy-nilly? Oh yeah? What would this fool call what the Comanches did to even other tribes? Oh, I don’t know, what would any rational person call the practice of gang raping teen agers and old women, scalping while alive, burning people while alive, gutting people while alive, etc….

    Of course the actual Texas Rangers are still around. They are the elite detective agency that other agencies call when they are stumped by a case, or just need more help in general. Watch for the calls for the Rangers to be disbanded.

    • cc rider August 3, 2020 at 11:06 am #

      Ha! Just moments after posting this I heard on a local Austin radio news brief that the initial calls to “discuss the Texas Rangers due to their history” was reported.

      ….and awaaaaayyy we go!

    • BackRowHeckler August 3, 2020 at 11:19 am #

      CC Rider Stephen Austin was a Connecticut Yankee from Durham, Ct. His house still exists, in fact the State of Texas sponsored a nice plaque to be posted in front of the place, which looks much the same as it must have in the 18th century when it was built. Austin’s house remains a private residence, however.

      Brh

      • cc rider August 3, 2020 at 11:28 am #

        You post is so full of shit I can smell it across the interwebs. He was from Virginia by way of Missouri and is considered to be the “Father of Texas”. He was for Texas joining the Confederacy. Sam Houston, who was the governor of Texas at the time was against joining it.

        Come back when you have some actual facts to discuss.

        • cc rider August 3, 2020 at 11:36 am #

          Sorry for the initial cranky reaction BRH. I see the confusion now. Moses Austin was from Durham, CT originally. The father of Stephen F, who himself never lived in CT. He was born after Moses moved to Richmond, VA. Then they moved to Missouri. Then, of course, Texas.

          • BackRowHeckler August 3, 2020 at 11:39 am #

            Yeah I stand corrected on that CC Rider. My mistake.

          • cc rider August 3, 2020 at 12:05 pm #

            No problem BRH. Again, I regret my initial reaction. I looked up Stephen F’s father’s history because it occurred to me that Moses Austin was probably from CT. I thought, “Now BRH ain’t dumb. He must have really seen a plaque in CT. Even if just a picture.

    • Sredni Vashtar August 3, 2020 at 12:48 pm #

      Yes, many of the Indian Tribes had practices of unspeakable cruelty. The Good Guys won. And even when we weren’t, they were still our bad guys and that makes all the difference in the world.

  12. Linux Maximus August 3, 2020 at 10:53 am #

    “Mr. Biden is sailing into a fog-bank of senility”.

    Hahaha. We call on of our Norwegian democrat-like politicians (Støre) the “Fog prince” because his head is always in a fog.

  13. DJL August 3, 2020 at 10:54 am #

    I think it was last Spring when Cecile Richards stepped down as President of Planned Parenthood that it occurred to me she could be crafting a run for President. In my imaginings, I saw her choosing that charming ginger, Joe Kennedy III, as her VP running mate. Friends scoffed and called me crazy (not entirely unfair) but still, I hold on to that as a possibility to come out of this race. Richards has political pedigree (as does Kennedy) and as problematic as PP is for some folks, many others seem to think it as integral to the running of this country as any other organization. So, I wonder. I cannot believe they will try to smuggle Hilary in. She’s tainted. Cecile and Joe would be attractive, accomplished candidates both with family histories of public service. Just a thought.

    • cc rider August 3, 2020 at 11:00 am #

      She’s the wrong color. No chance this year.

      • DJL August 3, 2020 at 11:02 am #

        Whoops, you beat me to my postscript. I think you are right!

    • DJL August 3, 2020 at 11:01 am #

      Although perhaps too glaringly white for this particular moment in history.

    • lbs August 3, 2020 at 3:10 pm #

      Hillary’s tainted, but all the potential Democrat candidates are pathetic. She may be the best of a sorry lot just like in 2016.

  14. Ishabaka August 3, 2020 at 10:54 am #

    The true systemic racism American Blacks face today is the racism of low expectations.

    • malthuss August 3, 2020 at 11:09 am #

      more like abysmal results, not low expectations.

    • JohnAZ August 3, 2020 at 11:20 am #

      A good statement.

      Is systemic racism, what ever that is, a result of the actions of a very few whites, or the actions of a very few Blacks. Or both.

      Look at the NFL. A biracial social group. They get along pretty well. It is based on merit, mostly. But where did Kaepernick originate, where has BLM, the Black few, dig itself into the social order to create chaos. Hey, guys, the main viewing product for your enterprise, what you have worked for for years, is White. And very much so losing interest in your stupidity.

      Blacks are responsible for what has occurred to their folks over the last 56 years. All legal barriers were removed from Blacks being able to vote, to live where they want, to work where they want, etc.

      Contrary to the Democratic Party, old Divide and Conquer, and BLM, great progress has been made trying to integrate the Black culture into the US. Yes, integrate the BC into the USA. They are not going to change the US to their materialistic, gimme philosophy, being only 13% of the population. Their efforts need to be realigned into maximizing the access to the economic ladder that every ethnic group has done. Not trying to take over or split the country. BTW, thanks to the shenanigans of old D&C, and its destruction of the economy, the gains that Blacks have made in the labor marketplace have disappeared. Remember that in November.

      Side bar

      Say we gave Texas, Louisiana, Alabama and Mississippi to the Blacks as their own nation. Twenty years, they would be begging for readmittance as they self destruct. Good trick though as the rest of the US is concurrently self destructing.

      • malthuss August 3, 2020 at 5:16 pm #

        Caste Football [Mocked by Rachael Mad dog] disagrees on the merit part.

    • Jigplate August 3, 2020 at 11:20 am #

      “The true systemic racism American Blacks face today is the racism of low expectations.”

      When I see a large weekend body count in Chicago, Baltimore, Minneapolis, etc. I am not surprised, because I expected it. Expectations are based on prior experience. How is that racist?

      • Sredni Vashtar August 3, 2020 at 12:52 pm #

        He’s an equality junky. Something our Founders would have loathed. He knows neither real history nor modern IQ studies.

        • JohnAZ August 3, 2020 at 1:38 pm #

          SV

          As usual, you distort my viewpoint.

          Any group is entitled to co-exist in this country, as long as they are Americans first, and ethnicity second. That is our problem, that emphasis on being an American first is dying.

          If Blacks want to derive benefit from our society, they need to earn it, not have it handed to them by a power hungry government.

          And the Progressives are all standing around with hammers nailing the coffin lid down.

      • malthuss August 3, 2020 at 5:17 pm #

        you are post judiced..you judge on past results so as to not be pre judiced.

  15. joejoepelligrino August 3, 2020 at 11:00 am #

    Re: the current instantiation of the Emperor’s New Clothes, with them knowing that we know Joe Biden is not fit to lead (or even speak for more than five minutes) the blatancy of the lie is very much the point. My favorite quote from Theodore Dalyrmple says it better than I ever could:

    “In my study of communist societies, I came to the conclusion that the purpose of communist propaganda was not to persuade or convince, not to inform, but to humiliate; and therefore, the less it corresponded to reality the better. When people are forced to remain silent when they are being told the most obvious lies, or even worse when they are forced to repeat the lies themselves, they lose once and for all their sense of probity. To assent to obvious lies is in some small way to become evil oneself. One’s standing to resist anything is thus eroded, and even destroyed. A society of emasculated liars is easy to control.”

    • Sredni Vashtar August 3, 2020 at 12:53 pm #

      Yes, every time a White says, “Black Lives Matter”, he or she is spitting on themselves, their ancestry, their tradition, their culture, and their nation.

      • Spacecase August 5, 2020 at 11:19 am #

        No, it just means we don’t want cops brutalizing and unlawfully killing black people, who are specifically targeted by racist cops. The FBI released a report in 2016 that for decades Neo-Nazi and KKK groups have been infiltrating police departments. They are misusing their authority to target black people. I don’t know what the hell you’re talking about, but your comment is about as stupid as it gets.

        • King of Comedy August 6, 2020 at 10:19 am #

          The “unlawfully killing black people” stuff is just nonsense.

          Google the names Tony Timpa, Daniel Shaver, Andrew Thomas, Dylan Noble, etc, etc.

          Or check out the 20 some unarmed white people shot and killed by the police in 2019 according to that well-known racist publication, the Washington post.

          Or read an article like this:

          https://quillette.com/2020/06/11/racist-police-violence-reconsidered/

          The cops are equal opportunity when it comes to deadly violence and end of the day, most people who wind up on the wrong end of a police interaction, white or black, had it coming.

          The ill-informed who keep peddling this “killing black people” bullshit are a lost cause, more interested in washing black feet than in any semblance of reality.

    • abbybwood August 3, 2020 at 4:21 pm #

      Saw a study the other day that said 67% of the American people are afraid to say what they really think.

      This makes sense to me. Read where people polled are not candid about their electoral preferences. Probably at many family gatherings those attending keep their mouths shut just to “keep the peace”.

      About three weeks ago I was at a Westside Los Angeles restaurant I have been going to for forty years. I was alone reading, as usual.

      A Black waitress was there and she had waited on me many times. She happened to be off work and was parading around with a BLM hat on while doing tequila shots with friends.

      The group started talking to me and the BLM protests were mentioned. I was asked to comment and I said, “Obviously Black lives matter. And obviously police brutality against all Americans is wrong. I just wish BLM supported ALL Black lives including those who lose their lives with Black on Black crimes in the inner cities. Especially innocent Black babies in strollers or little ones just playing in their yards. Or the Black retired cop who was guarding his friends jewelry store when the store was looted and burned and he was murdered by a Black rioter (thankfully caught on camera). And the 60 year old Black Trump supporter who stood in front of his store with Trump signs and was gunned down in a drive-by shooting in broad daylight I think in Minneapolis. All their lives mattered too.”

      Well!!! EEHHH!!! Wrong answer!!!

      “You a white bitch, right?! You a NASTY white bitch!!” Between the tequila shots taking hold of her brain and me not following the “acceptable narrative” there was nothing more I could say. I just paid my check and left.

      This is but one example of individuals being intimidated into simply lying about their true opinions or just shutting up all together for fear of a verbal brouhaha starting or worse.

      Guess I should have just smiled and snapped my fingers so they would think I was “woke”.

  16. James Kuehl August 3, 2020 at 11:02 am #

    We are choosing someone to guide the ship of state onto the rocks. It might as well be the current Captain Wrongway Peachfuzz and his navel-gazing crew. You’d have to be demented to want the job.

  17. Robert White August 3, 2020 at 11:06 am #

    I fully agree with November’s characterization of mass psychosis en masse USA, and elsewhere. There is NO God damned way in Hell that the lion’s share of Americans are going to willingly accept the voting process as it is incompetently laid out pre-election.

    The resulting infighting within the USA will be Hell on Earth as the run up approaches. I fully suspect many false flag events to manifest as distracting events.

    Politics is said to be blood sport, but we usually see brief examples instead of whole states going berserk.

    Mass psychosis and psychological contagion are the policy tools being utilized here to offset normal operating procedure. Each electoral round the game gets notched up a degree or two with technological manipulation via either MSM propaganda or informatics manipulation. Cambridge Analytica is the perfect example of where we are heading this electoral outcome in November.

    The right-of-center CANUCKS that I follow are ultra entrenched and Balkanized in their views of late which indicates that the outcome of the election will cause major political earthquakes post-November.

    HRC is NOT going to re-enter the political arena given a lack of majority appeal to current voters. She is too old and carries too much political baggage to be viable.

    Biden’s sidekick running mate will likely be analogous to Pence in the Republican ticket.

    RW

    • JohnAZ August 3, 2020 at 11:27 am #

      Why has the political fever become so high? IMHO, the blame rests on social media and the internet giants that run it. Those SOBs need to be broken up and the 5g and other Chinese inputs need to be barred from America.

      The Russians and Chinese are laughing their asses off at us. So is the rest of the world right behind them. Maybe our Facebook insanity does disqualify us from being the spiritual and economic leader of the world.

      BTW, what governmental model has been suggested by BLM, the Democrats and the Antifa anarchists to take the place of the Constitution. I have not heard a peep. Are the leaders of these groups going to duke it out to see who will be the Boss of Bosses?

      • Robert White August 3, 2020 at 11:54 am #

        Take a good look at Jeff Bezos whilst viewing the frontrunners in the Democratic Party and Republican Party. The boss of bosses is wealth transfer ability where Amazon is on the rise in the face of Deutsche Bank’s slow demise.

        If Trump can’t prevent his tax returns from being exposed we will see a DNC takeover.

        RW

    • abbybwood August 3, 2020 at 4:27 pm #

      It had better be Susan Rice, Obama’s “wing-woman”.

      No other choice makes sense.

  18. Jigplate August 3, 2020 at 11:08 am #

    “The arrest of Ghislaine Maxwell, with new allegations about Bill Clinton’s capers on Epstein’s Pedo Island, is a strange twist with mystifying implications —”

    In yesterday’s Wall Street Journal, their appeared an article detailing the new release of documents concerning the case. I had come to respect the Journal’s refusal to buckle under the wokest onslaught, but the article curiously made no mention of horndog Bill, although they saw fit to mention Prince Andrew. What is everyone afraid of? Five minutes of searching on Google will turn up all you need to know about Epstein and his cast of merry Pedophiles, including Clinton’s involvement.

    • cc rider August 3, 2020 at 11:15 am #

      Yes, I believe that it has been documented that Slick Willie was on Pedo Island more than 20 times. I can’t remember if it was 22 or 26.

      But I’m sure he just wanted a nice place to sit back, smoke a Cuban, and drink a margarita. He had his sexual urges under control by the time he went there the first time.

      Bwahahahahahaha….

      Ol’ Kevin Spacey was there a few times too. So I guess Ghis could supply young boys too.

      • JohnAZ August 3, 2020 at 11:29 am #

        Are they happy tourists or Co-owners?

        • cc rider August 3, 2020 at 11:34 am #

          I think it’s well established that Epstein was the sole owner of the island.

          • JohnAZ August 3, 2020 at 11:57 am #

            Not the island, the activities that financed it.

            My personal hope is that the outflow from Madam clobbers a major portion of the Deep State, both domestic and global.

          • cc rider August 3, 2020 at 12:03 pm #

            Of course Ghislaine’s “employers” were/are very powerful folks. Very powerful. I don’t know if you’re familiar with her father’s history. He was an obvious Mossad/MI6 asset. I firmly believe that Ghislaine was too. I believe she was essentially Jeff Epstein’s handler and controller. That’s my opinion. Of course I can’t prove it. But I’m not alone with this viewpoint.

            My point is that she will say what she is allowed to say. This will be very interesting to watch play out.

          • akmofo August 3, 2020 at 1:09 pm #

            Ghislaine/Epstein is not Mossad. One of their high profile clients was former Israeli General former Israeli Defense Minister and Prime Minister Ehud Barak. Barak was possibly THE most destructive senior Israeli military officer and Israeli politician to Israel’s interests, EVER. This is the person that lost one war after another to ragtag Jihadistanis. This is the person that gave Arafat the whole of Judea and Samaria including Jerusalem. This is the person that is now behind Black Flag commie terror in Israel, similar to the Antifa/BLM terror in the US. This is the person that is so deep in commie cultural subversion and financial corruption is it truly astonishing.

            Barak was a penniless career military officer from an Israeli kibbutz. Now he is a multi-millionaire. It’s obvious the money did not come from his kibbutz membership nor his meager military salary. The money come from abroad and so did his anti-nationalist anti-Israel agenda. Barak is so disliked by the Israeli public that in his recent run for political office he did not even manage to get the minimum requirement to be elected Knesset Member.

            My very deep suspicion is that Ghislaine/Epstein are CIA. Their agenda and targets perfectly fit the CIA’s agenda.

          • cc rider August 3, 2020 at 4:58 pm #

            Yes akmofo I’m open to the idea that they were/are CIA.

          • akmofo August 3, 2020 at 6:00 pm #

            The Mossad has some fantastic capabilities, but it doesn’t have the capability to place Epstein in a prison cell with a certain killer, to turn off and erase all security camera footage of said place, to cause the guards to “fall asleep”, and then declare the certain homicide a suicide. This was an inside job, and that could only be CIA.

      • akmofo August 3, 2020 at 11:34 am #

        In Vatican/EU they’re now legislating to lower the age of consent from 16 to 12. Everything will be perfectly legal now. The feudal Vatican Overton Window is wide open for pederast pricking.

        • cc rider August 3, 2020 at 11:53 am #

          I’m now finding out more about this Tik Tok phenomenon, and it is very disturbing. Young underage girls are making a ton of money for “dancing” in their bedrooms. Some have become literal millionaires. For the girls who aren’t quite hot enough to make the big money I’m betting there is now a Tik Tok to PornHub pipeline.

          I think I’m about ready for every goddamned satellite to fall out of orbit. I know, I use the internet a lot. I’m using it right now.

          But, we were better off without it in so many ways.

          • JohnAZ August 3, 2020 at 11:57 am #

            Yup!

          • CancelMyCard August 3, 2020 at 12:04 pm #

            Doesn’t it say something about the fact that Microsoft wants to buy Tik Tok?

            But what exactly IS that something?

          • DJL August 3, 2020 at 12:06 pm #

            Could not agree more!

          • akmofo August 3, 2020 at 12:17 pm #

            I disagree. The internet exposes what was already there. All the electronic interactions are easy to trace and the people involved are easy to identify and expose. It’s not done for a reason. It’s not done because people don’t demand that it be done and because the Vatican propaganda outlets for obvious reasons deliberately silence all public discussion of this issue.

          • cc rider August 3, 2020 at 12:23 pm #

            @CancelMyCard, Microsoft sees the obscene profits in sexually marketing underage girls. Trump wanted to pull the plug because it’s a Chinese company. (No, I don’t think he’s really concerned about the sexual exploitation of it. He was in that business himself after all). Then Microsoft sees the opening and says, “No worries! We’ll make it a Made in the USA Enterprise!”

            So, that something is: Sex sells, as always. And underage girls are in high demand among old dudes.

          • malthuss August 3, 2020 at 5:19 pm #

            chinese giving us trouble.

            how is it different from you tube or skype?

        • GreenAlba August 3, 2020 at 1:19 pm #

          “In Vatican/EU they’re now legislating to lower the age of consent from 16 to 12. Everything will be perfectly legal now. The feudal Vatican Overton Window is wide open for pederast pricking.”

          Akmofo, the EU has enough faults without you having to invent them. Please clarify which countries you are talking about where consent is about to be lowered to 12 – and provide verifiable links. The age of consent is an issue for domestic legislation, and 16 is not the age of consent throughout the countries of the EU anyway (in some it is 17; in others it is 14).

          Here is an overview:

          https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ages_of_consent_in_Europe

          You will note that in the Vatican City itself, ALL sexual intercourse outwith the institution of marriage is illicit, ‘regardless of the age or willingness of those who engage in it.

          Which doesn’t exactly match your narrative of the Vatican being engaged in an overweening effort to destroy the world’s sexual morals.

          On the previous thread, your habitual, unthinking attack on the EU was in relation to kosher food, which you claimed it had outlawed or was about to. The actual situation is that neither kosher nor halal products may describe themselves as organic, if the animals are not stunned before they are killed. Currently almost 90% of halal meat is pre-stunned before slaughter, while this appears to be unacceptable to kosher consumers. The issue is merely about the label ‘organic’ not being applicable to meat that has not been raised and slaughtered with high standards of animal welfare.

          Kosher and halal meats remain perfectly legal within the EU, unless this article is out of date (if it is, I’m sure you’ll have some verifiable links to updates):

          https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/halal-kosher-meat-organic-stunning-eu-court-ruling-a8797761.html

          The EU ruling does not affect the legality of ritual halal or kosher slaughter, but will make it harder for some ritually-slaughtered meat to be labelled organic.

          • Sredni Vashtar August 3, 2020 at 1:48 pm #

            And Israel does not recognize the marriage of Jews and non-Jews to be valid.

          • akmofo August 3, 2020 at 2:44 pm #

            Mrs Green:

            Headline:

            Court refuses to ban Dutch pedophile party

            THE HAGUE: A Dutch court refused Monday to ban a political party whose main goal is to lower the age of sexual consent from 16 to 12. The judge said it was up to voters to determine the appeal of political parties.. – International Herald Tribune

            Re: Kosher meat.

            I said Kosher slaughter. Kosher meat now has to be imported to the EU, which obviously makes it more expensive to procure and thus is designed to apply another hardship on European Jews.

          • akmofo August 3, 2020 at 2:49 pm #

            An eye-opening look at sexual consent ages around Europe, mapped. It’s disgusting!

            https://www.indy100.com/article/age-of-consent-europe-map-sex-sexual-underage-young-people-education-8082301

          • akmofo August 3, 2020 at 2:53 pm #

            The European Parliament will vote this week on a motion which could lower the legal age of sexual consent from 16 to 13 years of age across the European Union.

            https://newspunch.com/european-union-age-consent/

          • akmofo August 3, 2020 at 2:58 pm #

            They have now practically normalized pedophilia in the EU by way of the Overton Window/process.

          • akmofo August 3, 2020 at 3:18 pm #

            You will note that in the Vatican City itself, ALL sexual intercourse outwith the institution of marriage is illicit, ‘regardless of the age or willingness of those who engage in it.
            ==

            Illicit. I like that word! What does it mean exactly?

            Does it mean that if Vatican Priests prey on kids they’ll be punished with jail time and disbarment? What’s the punishment for this illicit behavior? Am I to suppose that all them pederast Vatican predators are just my imagination? And that the Vatican moving these Vatican pederast child rapists around to prey on kids from location to another is also my imagination?

          • malthuss August 3, 2020 at 5:20 pm #

            Canada had age of consent at 14 and raised it, if I recall correctly.
            I think age of consent should be 16.

          • scoubidou123 August 3, 2020 at 8:24 pm #

            “European Union Voting To Lower Age Of Consent To 13”: garbage news for garbage minds.

            https://leadstories.com/hoax-alert/2017/10/fake-news-european-union-not-voting-to-lower-age-of-consent-to-13.html

          • akmofo August 3, 2020 at 11:33 pm #

            Dishonest Malignant Commie Racist Faggot
            Sums up youz and your kind with one word, doesn’t it.

            Jelly, you promised you’d be leaving us. Or are you here because you are so lame that you still need our help in finding a YouTube video showing Biden’s senility?

          • GreenAlba August 4, 2020 at 8:08 am #

            Akmofo

            I said Kosher slaughter. Kosher meat now has to be imported to the EU, which obviously makes it more expensive to procure and thus is designed to apply another hardship on European Jews.

            It that’s true, it seems like a reasonable compromise to me. Most citizens of the European Union consider ritual slaughter without prior stunning to be unacceptable cruelty towards livestock and insist on higher standards of animal welfare in their jurisdictions, as is their right. Are we supposed to accept FGM in our countries because some people consider it normal?

            All you have to do is agree to have the animal stunned before it is killed. I’m sure you are capable of showing at least the same compassion towards innocent animals as your ‘Jihadistani’ counterparts, the origins of your ritual practices presumably being similar.

            Thank you for your point about the Dutch court and the repulsive-sounding ‘paedophile party’, and hence your confirmation of my point that the age of consent is a matter for domestic legislation and does not come under the remit of EU institutions. Thanks also to scoubi for clarifying the origin of the hoax about the EU.

            ”Illicit. I like that word! What does it mean exactly?

            It means illegal. I used it merely because it was used in the relevant paragraph in the content to which I provided a link.

            Does it mean that if Vatican Priests prey on kids they’ll be punished with jail time and disbarment? What’s the punishment for this illicit behavior? Am I to suppose that all them pederast Vatican predators are just my imagination?”

            It just means what it says – that it is illegal according to Vatican law. I completely agree with you that there should be the kind of punishment for this ‘illicit behaviour’ that we would expect under the jurisdictions where all such crimes have taken place. I have no interest in defending the Vatican or the Catholic Church against anything at all. I was merely pointing out the discrete nature of consent legislation within the EU, which I think we have established.

            I just like to point out deliberate lies and inaccuracies with which certain people sneakily pepper their rants for effect or propaganda, in the same way as I did regarding Kim’s repulsive holocaust denial. It is interesting to be equally insulted from both sides, just for pointing out the truth. Your insults are water off a duck’s back.

          • akmofo August 4, 2020 at 8:47 am #

            No, Mrs Green. Animals are slaughtered by other animals for food. These animals don’t stun their dinner with a man made stun gun prior. This made up gov mafia nonsense was made up deliberately to discriminate against Jews. Nothing is by accident. Nothing is coincidence. And the fact that this is happening exclusively in Europe with its vile anti-Jewish past and present history attests to these maxims.

            If you any doubts to what I say, as an experiment I suggest you put on a Star of David necklace so people will see it and see the friendly behaviour you will experience from your friendly neighbours.

            As regards the Vatican, it is a den of Satanic demons and deceit. Their vile history and practices speak for themselves. Your amusing intervention indicating their duplicity and constrast with their true nature is just another instance proving my constant assertions regarding that vile reptilian Roman order and institution.

          • GreenAlba August 4, 2020 at 10:04 am #

            Animals are slaughtered by other animals for food. These animals don’t stun their dinner with a man made stun gun prior.”

            That has got to be the daftest argument for anything I’ve ever seen. Hedgehogs don’t stop at pedestrian crossings so neither should humans. Some animals kill their own offspring, so it’s OK for humans too. Numerous animals start to eat their prey while it’s still alive, so that would be fine for humans too. OK…

            But I am not interested in arguing the finer points of animal slaughter with you – I’m merely pointing out, for information, that for the majority of European citizens, ritual slaughter of the kind in question – whether halal or kosher – is considered barbaric unless the animal is stunned first. That is their opinion. They hold themselves to higher moral standards than the beasts of the jungle. Such laws tend to be the result of public pressure, not the commie nazi government mafia. You are at liberty to do whatever you choose as a society, in your own country.

            Nothing is coincidence. And the fact that this is happening exclusively in Europe with its vile anti-Jewish past and present history attests to these maxims.

            You will recall that many Europeans gave their lives to fight against those same vile anti-Jewish sentiments. People who were not Jewish at all.

            I imagine it’s a lot less likely that there would be an issue with unpleasant slaughter practices in the US, which has the most disgraceful animal welfare standards generally among advanced nations. Call us sentimental…

            If you any doubts to what I say, as an experiment I suggest you put on a Star of David necklace so people will see it and see the friendly behaviour you will experience from your friendly neighbours.”

            Sorry to disappoint you, but Edinburgh isn’t a hotbed of antisemitism, so it wouldn’t have any effect on anybody. This guy was my MP for years where I previously lived, but I voted tactically against him to help oust Maggie Thatcher’s government, not because he was a locally respected Jewish MP (which he was).

            https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malcolm_Rifkind

            Again, I have no interest in defending the Vatican against charges of corruption within its ranks.

          • GreenAlba August 4, 2020 at 10:18 am #

            malthuss

            “I think age of consent should be 16.”

            Hold the front page – I find myself agreeing with you!

            Sixteen seems fair enough. You can vote at 16 in Scotland (though not in England) and you can get married too, without the permission of your parents (but not in England).

            Those who think the law should be changed are often legal professionals who think a 16-year-old boy should not be considered a criminal (whatever one might think of his judgement) for having sex with his 15-year-old girlfriend, not because they want to see 15-year-olds made available to creepy old men.

          • GreenAlba August 4, 2020 at 11:20 am #

            akmofo

            Without much difficulty, I’ve found a breakdown of slaughtering practices and regulations within Europe.

            https://www.loc.gov/law/help/religious-slaughter/europe.php

            I think you’ll find the German position is pretty nuanced, considering it’s the most notorious for its historical sins against the Jewish people.

            If the boot were on the other foot, I doubt very much you’d be generous enough to consider such exceptions to accommodate the ‘Jihadistanis’.

          • akmofo August 4, 2020 at 5:08 pm #

            Such laws tend to be the result of public pressure, not the commie nazi government mafia.
            ==

            Bullshit. The so-called public pressure is completely contrived by the gov mafia. It always is. But you are notorious for your myopic idiotic naïveté and ignorance of what’s what.

            Anyhow, I don’t see how kosher slaughter is anyone’s business other than Jews. So it’s not for anyone but Jews to legislate this issue. You don’t like how kosher meat is prepared, don’t eat it. No one is asking you to eat kosher meat, nevermind forcing you to buy it.

            What’s being done in Europe now is outrageous. It is a continued war on the Jews and Judaism. We know that Europe finances Jihadistani terror against Israel. We know Europe encourages Jihadistani war on Israel and Jews by way of incitement propaganda. We know Europe did everything so that Iran and other Jihadistani states acquire atomic weapons to use them against Israel. We know Europe does all it can to make permanent the conflict between Israel and the Arabs. We know Europe finances the contrived “Palistanis” as a spear to bleed Israel. We know Europe finances the delegitimization of Israel, and Jewish character of Israel. And on and on.

            We see everything. So does God above.

            There will not be a Europe. Europeans will be no more. That’s my judgment of what will happen. God has a sense of humour, but karma does not.

          • akmofo August 4, 2020 at 5:24 pm #

            If the boot were on the other foot, I doubt very much you’d be generous enough to consider such exceptions to accommodate the ‘Jihadistanis’.
            ==

            Jews are not Jihadistanis. Jews never claimed any part of Europe as theirs, even though Jews have lived in Europe longer than most of the current “European” tribes whose real origin is Turkmenistan.

            There are many many non-Jewish minorities that sought refuge in Israel and that respect and support our sovereignty. These are accorded full respect and religious freedoms, including practices we strongly disagree with such as polygamy, non-kosher food, idol worship, etc.

            Jihadistanis on the other hand claim our lands as their territory, and for that they will be expelled and/or exterminated when time comes.

          • GreenAlba August 5, 2020 at 7:13 am #

            “Anyhow, I don’t see how kosher slaughter is anyone’s business other than Jews. So it’s not for anyone but Jews to legislate this issue.”

            You cannot ‘legislate this issue’ in a country other than one where you are the majority population. In a country which is your legitimate home, but where you are not the majority, you have to abide by the will of the majority (as I mentioned, you are still able to plead your exceptionalism in this matter in Germany). Hence, for example, people may have their sharia hearings but they haven’t the slightest legitimacy in any UK jurisdiction.

            If I said ‘I don’t see how FGM is anyone’s business other than those whose culture demands it. No-one is asking you to subject yourself of your daughter to it’, would that mean it was OK to subject young British citizens to the practice on British soil?

            And try to keep to the question, without discussing why they are here in the first place – they are here in the first place because the then government of their current home invaded and colonised the home of their ancestors.

          • akmofo August 5, 2020 at 9:40 am #

            Fsck you, Mrs Green. Slaughter animals are not citizens. But that’s fine. I really don’t care about Europe. I never visited it in all my extensive travels and never will. The refusal of Europe to accommodate Jews in any and all spheres is an obvious message to Jews and Israel. We get the message loud and clear. Jews are abandoning and leaving Europe, and Israel is divesting its trade relations away from it. When the process is done, I will not be surprised if diplomatic relations will deteriorate and finally terminated. The malevolent arrogance and shadow war against Jews and Israel by Europe will be exposed for the war and ugliness that it is.

            The bad blood created was/is entirely Europe‘s creation. We remember these things, and we remember for centuries and millennia. My judgement is that Europe will be completely erased. Like previous arrogant Satanic malevolences before it, Europe’s people culture cities architecture language etc will be erased. That’s my judgement of what will happen. It always does.

          • GreenAlba August 5, 2020 at 10:13 am #

            People in this country and on this continent gave their lives to fight the evil that tried to destroy your people last century, you ungrateful wretch. Many were tortured. Some of them were hung on butchers’ hooks.

            And I’ve said more against antisemitism – and taken the flak for it – than most other people on here. It doesn’t mean your historic rituals aren’t amenable to discussion. You come on here and criticise everything to do with other people and countries and somehow think you shouldn’t be subject to any criticism at all. Who do you think you are?

            And, given the egregious insults that lower the tone of so many of your rabid posts, I have to agree with capt spaulding that writing ‘fsck’ instead of ‘fuck’ is indeed the gayest thing you do.

          • akmofo August 5, 2020 at 11:01 am #

            Stop with your lies already, you dishonest hag.

            You didn’t and don’t give a shit about Jews and never have. You were fighting Nazis for your own survival and that of your ill gotten Empire. When Jews were trying to escape Nazi Europe your Royal Navy hunted them down and blocked their entry to Israel. Even after the Nazi death camps were “liberated” you and the Americans left the Jews to rot and die there for years after on starvation food rations.

            For newly discovered Arab oil, you double crossed the Jews in the British Palestine Mandate, and you completely reneged on your international agreed upon responsibility make the Palestine Mandate the exclusive home of the Jews. This was your signed legal responsibility! You made it impossible for Jews to grow their population inside your administered Mandate and prevented them from arming themselves while you armed and trained Arab armies. Any Jew found with a weapon was automatically hanged. And many heroes of the Jewish underground working for Israel’s future defense have been hanged and murdered by you.

            When Israel declared independence, your government continued with the weapons embargo on Israel while providing weapons and technical military assistance to the Arabs.

            You deliberately set up Israel and the Jews to be destroyed in another holocaust, only this time perpetrated by propagandized Arabs, and you didn’t care.

            We are not stupid Mrs Green. We see and understand everything. So does God.

            You’ve been judged and you will disappear.

          • GreenAlba August 5, 2020 at 3:55 pm #

            Like your own even younger self, I wasn’t even there, you moron. And I take no responsibility whatever for colonial governments that were nothing to do with me, or even those currently existing which are nothing to do with me either.

            Ordinary people fought and died to rid the world of the Nazis.

            You are a sick, hateful creature, and no credit to your ‘god’.

          • akmofo August 5, 2020 at 4:30 pm #

            Obviously I meant the royal you, as in you British. Just more inane dishonesty from you. To their credit, the Russians figured you British out to a tee. They described you as always lying always double crossing always putting on a false show. They were right.

            Yes, I know, hateful me. I’ll let you on a little secret, Mrs Green, I only hate the vile and despicable. So does my God. And then I stop hating and caring at all. And then it’s the end. Your end.

          • GreenAlba August 5, 2020 at 8:49 pm #

            I take responsibility for MY wrongdoing, not anyone else’s.

            It’s flattering to be hated by a hate-filled fruit loop, though.

            Mind you don’t bang your head next time the planets collide.

          • akmofo August 6, 2020 at 9:22 am #

            Again with the dishonesty. You weren’t talking about your personal responsibility, you were talking about the motivation of the British to fight Nazis as though it was from some noble cause to save Jews. And you called me an ungrateful wretch for not appreciating this. But like the rest of your tribe, you are a lying douche bag. Saving Jews was not even on your mind. Saving the Empire and depriving Germany of its own Empire and thus cutting in on your Imperial profits was all that concerned you. Your treatment and arrogant attitude towards Jews, both before and after the war, was all disgusting despicable disgraceful disparaging and disdainful. You did as you pleased, even though you signed an international legal commitment to do otherwise. By blocking entry to escaping European Jewish refugees into nascent Israel you are just as responsible for the Holocaust as Germany is and the rest of Europe. Your double dealing, your allowing Arabs to flood our territory and then giving 80% of our lands to them, your arming and training them to massacre and genocide us, all that is perfectly remembered. And God will see to it that you will pay dearly for all of it.

          • GreenAlba August 6, 2020 at 1:42 pm #

            To save time reading yet another of your insane rants, I am ignoring everything that refers to ‘you’ as something other than me.

            Regarding the ordinary soldiers, THEY had nothing to do with any decisions about Israel or anything related to it (some of them were Jewish anyway), but they DID know what was going on in Germany and its occupied territories. They didn’t know the worst of it at first, of course, but many of the soldiers coming upon the camps had to be restrained from wholesale slaughter of the guards, so angry were they about what they saw.

            Every insult you throw my way is a compliment, received with delight. You are a pestilential troll.

          • akmofo August 6, 2020 at 2:42 pm #

            Everybody knew of the plight of Jews prior to the war. The anti-Jewish Nuremberg Race Laws were well known. The Nazi theft of Jewish property and businesses and the horrendous discrimination against Jews was also well known. And perfectly accepted.

            There were no public British protests or any diplomatic consequence to these Nazi policies. The British restriction on Jews to enter the Palestine Mandate continued. The British trapped the Jews in Europe preventing them from leaving to the their Palestine Mandate.

            During the war, there was a deliberate effort by the Vatican the Press and by the governments involved to hide the facts of the Holocaust from the general public and allow it to continue unmolested. There was ZERO military effort to stop what was going on. Jewish organizations and influential individuals that tried to make the facts public were ignored stifled or derided.

            Yes, the ordinary British soldier did not know the facts of the Holocaust. Therefore you trying attribute to him any kind of special relation as regards Jews is just another in long line of dishonesty on your part.

            Although the ordinary British soldier did not know the facts of the Holocaust, his government, the diplomatic core, and all the news agencies certainly knew and kept silence. Very likely the news agencies were directed by the governments to keep silent.

            You don’t have personal responsibility for what happened, but you do very much have collective responsibility. None of that matters anymore. It will not undo what was done.

            How it will end for those nations involved I already know. Their end is already written in God’s book of the living.

          • GreenAlba August 7, 2020 at 8:31 am #

            https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Cable_Street

            If your ‘God’ punishes collectivities for the sins of individuals, ‘he’ is not an entity deserving of worship. He’d need to have morals superior to a human being for that.

          • akmofo August 7, 2020 at 9:40 am #

            They are not just the sins of individuals, they are the sins of the collective, and the collective and everything related to it will be erased out of existence. That’s how it works. You are as responsible for the collective as anyone else that is part of the collective. Silence and apathy is compliance. In Europe/Britain’s case it was more than just silence and apathy, as I enumerated above. They even awarded the fscking Olympics to the Nazis, and gave them every possible diplomatic credibility and moral legitimacy possible. The Nazi racists ideologies came directly from the Anglosphere, including the US and Britain. The issue with the Nazis is not that they were racists and anti-Semitic, the Anglosphere was exactly the same, the issue with the Nazis is that the Nazis wanted a German Empire to challenge the Anglosphere and overtake it, and that you were not willing to abide.

      • vengeur August 3, 2020 at 11:37 am #

        Talking about Clinton and cigars, he never really smoked them did he? he just sucked on them and savored that special juicy marination process .

    • Sredni Vashtar August 3, 2020 at 12:56 pm #

      What about Alan “drag them to a medical facility and inoculate them by force” Dershowitz?

  19. RaymondR August 3, 2020 at 11:11 am #

    Although some hope for a mercifully short purging of America’s parasitic elites, such mercy will not be forthcoming. America is destined to suffer a long painful decline.

    • CancelMyCard August 3, 2020 at 12:06 pm #

      ” America is destined to suffer a long painful decline.”

      It’s not destiny . . . . it’s happening right now, before our very eyes.

  20. scoubidou123 August 3, 2020 at 11:13 am #

    This post is pretty much all speculation. My comments:

    – I disagree that Sanders would be taboo among blue-collars. In the 2016 campaigns, I kept reading journalists with their ear to the ground reporting: they’ll go either Trump or Sanders – NOT Hillary or Jeb Bush. I am sure Sanders would have beaten Trump in 2016.
    – I keep reading that Biden is blatantly senile. What is the evidence? Does anyone have a link to a compilation of embarassing Biden moments?

    • akmofo August 3, 2020 at 11:26 am #

      Gargoyle, aka, Asoka/Janet/Jelly/etc., if you can’t manage to find these Biden sinilities on your own, you have no business creating multiple aliases to keep spamming this blog with your inane commie idiocities.

      • scoubidou123 August 4, 2020 at 2:49 pm #

        I don’t know who is behind these fine aliases, but just because all of them told you you’re an idiot does not mean they are the same person. You however are the same person writing all those “idiocities” [sic].

      • Majella August 4, 2020 at 6:55 pm #

        Mmmm…! I love me a bacon sandwich at breakfast…ham & cheese (chalav akum, of course) on ‘challah’ bread for a lunchtime snack…pork sausages for dinner, after a starter of raw oysters. Yum.

    • JohnAZ August 3, 2020 at 11:32 am #

      Just watch him on any of his presentations. A definite sign of senility is repeatedly losing your train of thought, which he does constantly.

      • Robert White August 3, 2020 at 11:48 am #

        Biden could be a pot head like moi, eh. I forget trains of thought every time I smoke marijuana as that’s likely why I smoke too.

        I’m allergic to alcohol too.

        RW

        • cc rider August 3, 2020 at 12:31 pm #

          I want to be able to smoke pot from time to time. But, alas, I’m allergic to it. And literally too. My body just flat out goes to war when THC enters it.

          And, my bod doesn’t much care for alcohol anymore either. Which is probably good. Keeps me from over doing it.

        • Sredni Vashtar August 3, 2020 at 1:00 pm #

          Yeah, or maybe he’s just pretending to be senile to get the senile vote. He’s very good at it. He’s spent a lifetime as a confabulator, much like Hillary or Brian Williams.

      • abbybwood August 3, 2020 at 5:03 pm #

        And seeing Biden’s handlers cut him off in mid-sentence because he is going too far-afield in his answers as he says, “Wait! I have more to say!”

        I have actually seen one of his handlers grab his hand and lead him off stage like a lost child.

        This charade cannot last much longer. Something so blatantly off the wall will be said by Biden that even Rachel Maddow will have to say something.

        Most recently he said, “While I was at Walter Reed a nurse leaned over and breathed into my nostrils and she brought me pillows from her home.”

        Imagine three two hour debates between Biden and Trump with no ear pieces for Joe, no TelePrompTer for Joe and no handlers there to drag him out of the room.

        There is NO WAY they will let Biden openly debate Trump even with Zoom or FaceTime or whatever.

        Biden’s team is whistling past the graveyard. Only a matter of time before they get spooked.

    • BackRowHeckler August 3, 2020 at 11:33 am #

      It looks like Kamala ‘Heels Up’ Harris might be the VP pick. Amongst her numerous qualifications is for a period of time she worked underneath Cal Speaker Downtown Willie Brown in various and sundry positions.

      Brh

      • cc rider August 3, 2020 at 12:29 pm #

        Heh, heh, heh….

      • Sredni Vashtar August 3, 2020 at 1:02 pm #

        As Anglin said, A fake Black but a real cop.

      • PeteAtomic August 3, 2020 at 1:07 pm #

        gross

        she looks like a prune that was left out of its box for too long in the fridge.

        blech

        • abbybwood August 3, 2020 at 5:06 pm #

          Have you seen her new facelift?? Really bad cheek implants.

          Look at the pictures.

  21. vengeur August 3, 2020 at 11:22 am #

    One positive aspect of Biden’s senility is that he no longer has the mental capacity to plagiarize other politicians.

    • SW August 3, 2020 at 11:51 am #

      He no longer knows what “plagiarism “ means.

  22. 100th Avatar August 3, 2020 at 11:25 am #

    “…the hallucination du jour in a year of neo-medieval mass psychosis.”

    Regrettably, it’s not a psychosis, it’s a validation process:

    “What unites all types of evil, which are created in the different worlds of national and social interest groups, is that the “decent citizens” of all the worlds always require a semblance of self-evidence, normality, ideologies, ethos, the legitimization of a majority of some kind, laws of nature and man-made laws, and above all a sense of morality and mission to validate the evil. To that end, the “decent folk” create an abundance of “normative morality” that suits their egoistic group needs, but whose connection to morality that is measured by criteria of universal applicability, according to Kant, and of the existence of a “common world,” according to Arendt, is scant if not nonexistent. This tangled web of maintenance of evil and the ramified modes of the individual’s thoughtless collaboration with social and national evil, are recruited to normalize evil and create an arena of the banality of evil in the life of individuals, groups and nations.”

    • JohnAZ August 3, 2020 at 11:33 am #

      Sounds like an up to date reiteration of the Book of Revelation.

      • 100th Avatar August 3, 2020 at 2:23 pm #

        The paradox being that to many, to those intent on promulgating or pushing the DNC narrative, those persuaded in the newspeak or Zinnian interpretation of America, the USA, in the form of its institutions, its history, its founders, its society, its common culture is the manifestation of evil.

        They can point and say, “I mean, just look at Rump.”

    • Sredni Vashtar August 3, 2020 at 1:06 pm #

      Young Hasidic student came back from Rabbi school and said to his father, I no longer believe. I can make a case for anything, even say, that I have no nose on my face. His father punched him in the nose and asked, What hurts?

      A lot of people need to get punched in the nose. A lot of people will get punched in the nose. You think you created yourself – but you didn’t. Nor do you own yourself. No? Got a receipt?

      • GreenAlba August 5, 2020 at 8:33 am #

        Nobody creates themselves. We are created by our biological parents. In your country, they get a receipt (once they’ve paid) for the final stage of the process, but not in mine. Yet.

  23. SW August 3, 2020 at 11:49 am #

    “Who else is there?” There is no one & who can they look to blame for that? People like Russ Feingold, Marcy Kaptor, Dennis Kucinich were run out of the party years ago. So now they’re left with empty shells & it gets harder every day to disguise it.

    The mail-in ballot scheme is a last ditch effort to grab the Oval Office & gain control of Congress and it will probably work. But what do they hope to do when they get there is the six million dollar question. Like the dog that chases the car & catches it. Too many empty promises to fulfill & the financial sector will be first in line.

    • Sredni Vashtar August 3, 2020 at 1:08 pm #

      What else can he do? He didn’t fight the lockdown. Probably hopes to make money off one of the vaccines, or at least for his peers.

      • abbybwood August 3, 2020 at 5:18 pm #

        Funny how Congress has exempted all the Covid-19 vaccine producers from any liability.

        Good luck trying to get me to take that jab!

        • SW August 4, 2020 at 1:47 am #

          The days when you could rely on the FDA & the CDC to do their job are gone. I both agencies became gateways to the private pharmaceutical companies with big jumps in salary. The woman who was in charge of the data on vaccines at the CDC & obligingly buried the negative, went to work for (I think) Merck as head of their vaccine unit.

          I believe pharmaceuticals are part of what’s loosely referred to as Deep State. Corrupt, rapacious, and predatory. “Ask your doctor if this expensive pill that has serious side effects & questionable benefits is right for you.”

    • abbybwood August 3, 2020 at 5:16 pm #

      Sen. Paul Wellstone and his entire family and campaign staff were “gotten rid of” too.

      I will never believe that plane crash was an “accident”, especially considering the run-in Wellstone had with Cheney regarding his up-coming “no” vote on the Iraq War.

      Wellstone was a truth-teller and stood up for all the reasonable Progressive issues once cherished by Democrats. He would have made a great president….

      Now even Bernie!! has come out AGAINST Medicare for All (which Wellstone supported), which is NOT supported by the DNC.

    • Majella August 5, 2020 at 7:25 pm #

      So, explain THIS:

      https://www.cbsnews.com/news/trump-voting-by-mail-florida-tweet/

  24. messianicdruid August 3, 2020 at 12:02 pm #

    Your Government Ordered Depression [ GOD ] has arrived.

    • messianicdruid August 3, 2020 at 12:07 pm #

      “In short, what we have is a government-ordered depression, not a macroeconomic recession that is purportedly remediable by a huge dose of monetary and fiscal stimulus. So the truth is, the Virus Patrol, not the Fed and Washington’s everything bailout brigade, is in charge of the recovery from the Q2 disaster, and they are not much interested in letting it happen.“

      https://www.lewrockwell.com/2020/08/david-stockman/lockdown-lunacy-your-government-ordered-depression-has-arrived/

    • Kim August 3, 2020 at 7:43 pm #

      https://dailystormer.su/stage-4-lockdown-australian-economy-in-full-collapse-due-to-lunatic-measures/

      A whopping 208 people have died of the coronavirus in Australia. Virtually all of them have been nursing home residents.

      The Australian government actually publishes every death. You’d think they’d want to hide this information. Eight people under the age of 60 have died and only 26 people under the age of 70 have died. A full 136 have been over 80.

      The average lifespan of Australians is 82. The median average coronavirus death in Australia appears to be 85. This virus is of course less dangerous than the average flu.

      Despite these facts, Australia is going into the most extreme semi-permanent lockdown of possibly any country, and the government is openly admitting it is going to completely collapse the economy.

      How the hell are people tolerating this?

    • Kim August 3, 2020 at 7:48 pm #

      And Anglin also points us to the current plannng for the intended outcome of all of this:

      “…The plan is probably to force everything into collapse and then introduce a global digital currency as the solution. The World Economic Forum is currently pushing something they’re calling “The Great Reset,” a plan to completely upend all existing cultural norms as a response to the coronavirus collapse and replace the entire society with a different society, favored by the ruling elite. This plan will likely involve a new currency.

      Here is the link for the Great Reset plans of the World Economic Forum:

      https://www.weforum.org/great-reset/

    • Kim August 3, 2020 at 7:57 pm #

      Now pay attention to this:

      If you go to the Great Reset “about” page, you will find a list of personnages who will be the leading lights at the “The Great Reset” summit in January 2021, convened by the World Economic Forum.

      The first person listed as one of the livestream speakers is

      Victoria Alonsoperez, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Chipsafer, Uruguay, and a Young Global Leader

      What is “Chipsafer”, you ask yourself, with a unpleasant shiver of premonition, that its representative has such a prominent position in the WEF speaker list?

      Well, at the Chipsafer website we read as follows:

      Chipsafer is a “patented platform that can track and detect anomalies in cattle behaviour at any time and place.”

      “Do you want to know what your livestock is doing while no one is watching? Chipsafer will show you.”

      “We transform the data gathered with our sensors into actionable information. The farmer can access all the information through his personal account.”

    • Kim August 3, 2020 at 8:14 pm #

      You all got that? Is it all clear now? We will all be chipped and tracked like cattle for our owners.

      If you go to the great reset page you can see the main agenda items. Racial and gender justice are bg themes. But I am sure you already knew that.

      https://www.weforum.org/great-reset

      And of course, we can go deeperinto the WEF message, where we can learn that the great reset must place social justice at its centre.

      https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2020/07/great-reset-must-place-social-justice-centre/

      But what does “social justice” imply? Well, three things (and what follows is edited for length):

      In the post-COVID-19 world, there are three features that will need to be fully institutionalized as part of the new local and global social contract.

      <b.1. Capitalism and socialism will need to merge

      Firstly, the slow death of capitalism does not equate to a resurgence of communism. However, rethinking capitalism, or giving capitalism a “Great Reset” as World Economic Forum Chairman Klaus Schwab has suggested, means that capitalism and socialism will need to merge to create a productive and inclusive economic and social model.

      Wealth has become abundant, thanks to capitalism, but it now needs to be more broadly redistributed, as socialists have long called for. In particular, there is an urgent need to recouple the wealth of financial markets with the real economy. [This commentary demonstrates and apparent/faked lack of unstanding of the link between fossil fuels and wealth creation and the end of the fossil fuel age – Kim]

      2. We must improve coordination between the public and private sector

      On social justice, there is a fundamental need to improve coordination between the public and private sector in order to ensure both equity and efficiency. Despite long-standing fear of an “efficiency-equity tradeoff,” in reality both features can coexist, and we can do better on both measures than we are doing now.

      In the new institutional context, governments will need to intervene more to ensure better and fairer outcomes from private sector investments. One way this can be done is by introducing a universal basic income (UBI) funded by taxing wealth and passive income, and by making better use of public savings.

      [Pushing the public/private scam] High-income countries have the resources to make this possible. In developing countries however, resources are scarce, and both unemployment and informality rates are high. Too much of the economic activity falls within the domain of the public sector and it results in inefficient and insufficient public spending on infrastructure, employment, education, and health; which often crowd out private sector investments.

      Governments in low-income countries can do better if they pull in private investment to finance profitable projects and push public finances to fund projects that have low economic but high social value to ensure that services are always accessible to the most vulnerable groups.

      3. We must improve access to equal opportunities

      On systemic racism, new institutions need to incorporate profound reforms to ensure better racial integration and to rectify centuries of accumulated prejudice to colonized countries and to minority groups, especially black and brown communities. It is important to acknowledge “white privilege” and to break the myth of pure meritocracy that has persisted for too long as an explanation for not only the divergence in outcomes between rich and poor countries, but between rich and poor people along all dimensions of society.

      Centuries of prejudice cannot be reversed within one or two generations. Leaders of the new institutional order must proactively design mechanisms to improve access to equal opportunities and to social and economic accelerator programmes. These initiatives need to be macro in scale. Programmes such as affirmative action are well-intended, but they remain defensive and tactical interventions to improve the odds for black and brown communities. The work at hand is not about the 3-5% of students in elite colleges of the world who are black; it is about making growth, progress and social upward mobility systemic within the black and brown community.

      This can be done by shifting the focus from “giving a hand” to these communities to empowering them with large-scale public investments to level up access to conditions on a par with those of more privileged communities. For example, public investments directed at improving the infrastructure in black neighbourhoods would increase the value of real estate for black owners, improve the quality of education and healthcare and help build a community of more affluent residents who would have a vested interest in perpetuating generational progress.

      With some exceptions, such as South Africa, and India (given its caste systems and particularly the exclusion of Dalits), the rationale for such demographically motivated investments in developing countries is not as necessary since the population is overwhelmingly composed of disadvantaged groups. Nonetheless, the need for more social investment and for more socially-conscious policies, such as local content and indigenization rules, is equally important to expand access to racial justice. These initiatives, such as the Black Economic Empowerment in South Africa (BEE) program, have helped empower previously the marginalized, but they have also been criticized for distorting markets and for concentrating wealth, power and influence in the hands of a small group of people. New programmes in this vein must not replicate these mistakes.

      Systemic injustice is the defining challenge of our era of capitalism, and COVID-19 has brought it to the surface. Underneath the abundance of the few lies a high degree of inequity. Meritocracy does exist, but it is important to distinguish outcomes driven by privilege from those resulting from meritocracy and to diagnose contexts where privilege hinders meritocracy.

      It has been in the interests of capitalists to promote the virtues of meritocracy and to downplay the extent of injustice and prejudice. Poor countries and poor people aren’t poor because they don’t work or try hard. In many instances, poverty and exclusion comes from working in a system where the weight of privilege outweighs the possibility for hard work to translate into social mobility.

    • Kim August 3, 2020 at 8:21 pm #

      So, it could not be clearer. The plan is for global anti-white, anti-merit racialist communism administered by an elite of corporate managerialists drawn from among the self-styled great and the good.

      And as in any well-run production or logistcs system, every single widget and product item must be labeled and RFID-scanned and tracked. That means you, cattle.

      One amazing – and truly intriguing – part of it is that it has nothing at all meaningful to say on the issue of resource constraints, in particular fossil fiuel constraints.

  25. PeteAtomic August 3, 2020 at 12:02 pm #

    “Hillary still owns the DNC — literally. Nobody knows how much of the Clinton Foundation’s ill-gotten moolah still underwrites the party’s national operations. The arrest of Ghislaine Maxwell, with new allegations about Bill Clinton’s capers on Epstein’s Pedo Island, is a strange twist with mystifying implications — especially the timing and the motives of those in the DOJ’s Southern District who stage-managed it. With the Clintons, intrigues always abound. But if ever there was a Lady Macbeth moment for wickedness to prevail, this is it. For now, the old warhorse is laying low on her yoga mat somewhere in the Chappaqua woods.”

    I have to disagree with the chemist you had on your podcast there recently who stated that HRC would be a competent President (paraphrasing there). I think she would be a total disaster for the country. She is a completely inept & ineffective executive. She has positioned herself so well because she is a power hungry, narcissistic, sociopath. Her obsession with political power is the major driving force in her life, and it has been that way for decades.

    HRC is a political careerist, mercenary, opportunist, and realist. She changes her views based on who is paying her. She has few if any principled policy stances that I know of. If you give X amount of money to the Clinton Foundation, and you want something from her (or Bill)– you will get it. Everything with her is transactional.

    The policy she has in the past endorsed is largely neo-liberal, corporatist, and globalist. She is an agent for multinational corporate interest in North America. HRC is exactly the wrong person needed right now. Instead of favoring & strengthening community, she will work for the forces that want less sovereignty, less localism, less independence & less personal freedom.

    Could she become President? absolutely.

    • SW August 3, 2020 at 2:32 pm #

      I’m always surprised when someone says she’s qualified considering her record & how she got where she is. She was First “lady” & then grabbed the Senate seat for NY, told everyone she would make a wonderful President, settled for Secretary of State & promptly destroyed Libya & the Ukraine. But she could ride her broom to victory if she replaces Biden.

    • malthuss August 3, 2020 at 5:22 pm #

      not mystifying, presumably an Israeli honey pot. and I doubt this guy who was a school teacher made big money on wall street, just as I doubt Hillary made her money in commodity futures fairly.

  26. PeteAtomic August 3, 2020 at 12:09 pm #

    Maybe I’ll vote for Jesse Ventura this year. I don’t know. What the hell, why not, huh?

    I think we need another Joker in the White House. Seriously. Shit needs to continue to get stirred.

    Doddering Joe or the Bride of Dracula (HRC) are exactly the wrong individuals.

    You need a truth teller. A wild man. A maverick character. A trickster. The Ojibwe called him Nanabozho. Jesse could act in that regard. Somebody to fuck with the Deep State & the globalist multinationals.

    • JohnAZ August 3, 2020 at 1:16 pm #

      We elected one in 2016.

      It did not work. One man, one rebel and the public behind him were not able to turn the tide.

      The only thing left is a civil war as the vote no longer works. The Deep State needs to be put down and put down hard. Both parties.

      Trump-Biden? Who cares, the results will be the same. The Progressive led Deep State is in charge of this country, despite who is president.

      The people, of the government, by the government and for the government. TJ and AL are rolling in their graves.

      • PeteAtomic August 3, 2020 at 1:35 pm #

        yeah good point about the permanent MIC there, John

        I’m still hoping for a slow, step down transition– if that is possible. If my choices are a transitional, impoverished, but marginally functional government at a local level, I can deal with that. The absolute last thing I wanna see happen is any type of shooting/hot civil war. We all need to work against that. Seriously.

        I know there are enough reasonable, rational people (at least in my community) to network with and work together. However, that’s not true everywhere, particularly in urban environments.

        The next few months could get really bad. People could get hungry, and hungry people are the kindling for some real violence.

        • CancelMyCard August 3, 2020 at 1:58 pm #

          The deterioration is quickening now.

          The rapidly devolving tenets of civilization are dissolving faster by the hour. The changes are palpable, almost surreal.

          We are all experiencing the thinning ice in our own way, family by family, community by community, business by business.

          It is getting scarier with each passing day.

          • fugeguy August 3, 2020 at 2:12 pm #

            Yes. First the feds were dysfunctional, then the state governments. No city/ local governments are not competent.

            The new model seems set- more cost, taxes and dollars flowing from your pockets and less and less in return.

            My god where does all the money go in Chicago or New York? How much can a crook steal? No limit apparently.

          • beantownbill. August 3, 2020 at 5:51 pm #

            For the past 40 or so years I’ve carefully watched the rate of change. I always said, even then, that we were at a fork in the road where the increasing rate of change would force us to choose rather quickly. One way leads to an existence filled with wonders; the other road leads to destruction and failure. It’s becoming obvious now what path we are on. I was always optimistic. I was wrong. I still hope that a last minute Hail Mary will come about. But….

          • akmofo August 3, 2020 at 6:37 pm #

            Bill,

            The good news is that all of this commie rot is easily reversible:
            Show ZERO tolerance to satanic commie worms/subversives. Show hostile intolerance to them. Be uncompromising to the extreme. Don’t allow any normalization of their existence. Hunt them down and drive them out of society by any means available. Anyone in the way should receive similar treatment. Be aggressive and militant about this. There can be no compromise.

            It is our mission from God. To drive Satanism and its malignancy from this earth.

          • akmofo August 3, 2020 at 7:20 pm #

            Here’s another:

            Relaxing WALKER in NETANYA (Heb: Given [of] God)

            https://youtu.be/OKA4OuMBFJg

            🙂

        • Kim August 3, 2020 at 9:25 pm #

          @ PeteAtomic

          The absolute last thing I wanna see happen is any type of shooting/hot civil war.

          It is unavoidable. In fact, it has already started, hasn’ it?

          Cheap fossil fuels are disappearing, so we have and will continue to have ever-accelerating economic and social decay. Fighting this irresistable entropy will require more work from each of us as individuals.

          Some people, however, heavily disfavor the idea of work. They will opt instead for theft and crime. Yet as the system decays, we will less and less be able to depend on the reliable punishment of crime. Thus we will get more crime, which of course will become low level war.

          But I am sure you already know this.

    • abbybwood August 3, 2020 at 5:25 pm #

      If Trump keeps yacking about forced Covid-19 jabs and war with China, Iran, Venezuela or Russia, I will vote for Ventura if he is on the ballot in California. Doubt he will be, but we’ll see.

      Wouldn’t that be the best debate in history??!!! Trump, Biden and Ventura!

    • swazimoto August 5, 2020 at 1:46 pm #

      A holy fool, in Russian a ‘yurodivy’ is what’s needed. Someone to scream “the f*#@king emperor is naked!!!”’

  27. John1945 August 3, 2020 at 12:39 pm #

    What,me worry ?

    President of the USA is elected by the Electoral College.
    The Electoral College votes strictly along the party lines.
    Exceptions to this rule are so rare as to be non-existent.

    Lets take a look at the 2016 results:

    The total number of votes cast was 538:

    Donald Trump received 304 votes,
    Hillary Clinton received 227,
    Colin Powell received 3,
    Bernie Sanders received 1,
    John Kasich received 1,
    Ron Paul received 1
    Faith Spotted Eagle received 1

    Number of votes received by Hillary is somewhat disturbing but not a reason enough to panic.

    Gee,even Faith Spotted Eagle received 1 vote,had his/her 15 minutes of fame and was quickly forgotten.

  28. BuckP August 3, 2020 at 1:10 pm #

    Those dastardly, dirty, whining, snowflake Republicans are having a hissy-fit about mail-in ballots because they won’t be able to pull off their quadrennial voter suppression shenanigans in Republican-controlled potentail swing states (Georgia, Ohio, Florida, Texas, etc.).

    However, those dastardly, dirty, whining, snowflake Democrats do the same exact thing. In February, pre-Covid,here in Henderson NV (Bernie Country), during the Nevada Democratic primary,we had to wait in line for 3 to 4 hours to vote due to there only being a few election officials and voting machines. At UCLA, there was only one voting machine for 40,000 students. Heck, the Republicans could take lessons from the DNC when it comes to voter suppression. The DNC wanted to crush Bernie and they did.

    Although she was not a threat to the establishment, the DNC felt the need to unleash their vicious attack dog, Hillary, who called combat veteran, Tulsi Gabbard, a Russian agent, just because she wanted to end regime change wars and cut the defense budget.

    Pretty sad state of affairs when the integrity of our, the USA, electoral system doesn’t even rise to the level of a banana republic. That shining city on the hill is no longer worshipped and envied as a beacon of hope by the rest of the world but is, instead, pitied.

    The biggest voting bloc isn’t Republican, Democrat, Libertarian, Green or Independent. It is the 100 million, who don’t vote. If some candidate can appeal to them, look out. Maybe that explains the DNC’s actions.

  29. PeteAtomic August 3, 2020 at 1:13 pm #

    ” It is the 100 million, who don’t vote. If some candidate can appeal to them, look out. Maybe that explains the DNC’s actions.”

    Double Plus Good observation

    • JohnAZ August 3, 2020 at 1:23 pm #

      If what is being said about illegals having the ability to cast votes is true, then the million or so illegals may be the group that elects the president in the future. The results are so close any more that their bloc voting for the Dems may make the difference over and over. So the Mexican cartels and gangs, controlling this hidden population may be in control of this country in the future.

      Yes, we are going down.

  30. Sredni Vashtar August 3, 2020 at 1:17 pm #

    https://www.insider.com/coronavirus-mecca-photos-low-numbe-hajj-pilgrims-in-saudi-arabia-2020-7

    Only 10,000 Pilgrims went to Mecca this year – less than 1% of the usual millions. All masked. Sunni Islam is now a just another Globalist Cult. Thus women now drive in Saudi Arabia. Rock concerts. Careers for women etc.

    Bin Ladin was right. The House of Saud is the enemy of Islam. But his followers are bloodthirsty madmen. Only the Shia maintain some of the ancient balance – though they are hard beset by modernism as well.

    We can only pray for the appearance of the Mahdi. It is said that he will be leading the prayers before battle – and then Christ himself will appear beside him.

    • GreenAlba August 3, 2020 at 1:33 pm #

      “Thus women now drive in Saudi Arabia. Rock concerts. Careers for women etc.”

      Oh my god, stop, I can’t cope. Please don’t tell me they drive TO the rock concerts. That would be too much.

      I feel a Kurtz moment coming on…

      • PeteAtomic August 3, 2020 at 1:39 pm #

        “I feel a Kurtz moment coming on…”

        ha ha ha 🙂

        hilarity

      • Sredni Vashtar August 3, 2020 at 1:51 pm #

        You laugh! – but you shall not laugh long…..

        Our Civilization allowed children unsupervised access to the internet. Obviously that madness is coming for them as well.

        • CancelMyCard August 3, 2020 at 6:58 pm #

          Janos,

          You will laugh the shortest of all.

          The thugs will come for you first.

          Watch them spay you out on your front lawn while they have their way with you.

          Then you will have about 90 seconds to repent before you pass.

          • benr August 3, 2020 at 9:01 pm #

            Depends on who nears vlad.
            Neighbor of mine getting attacked like that is going to get help and those antifa types are going to get hauled off in meat wagons.
            Lets hope when they come for you CMC you also have a decent neighbor willing to help.
            I suspect that is not the case.

          • Sredni Vashtar August 3, 2020 at 9:14 pm #

            Thank you for revealing what you are. You still think it’s gonna be that easy? Blacks are just going to waltz in and savage Whites? You wish.

        • GreenAlba August 4, 2020 at 7:01 am #

          “Our Civilization allowed children unsupervised access to the internet.”

          So complain about children getting unsupervised access to the internet, not to women driving cars or having careers.

          I had a career (well, more than one, actually). My children, while children, never had unsupervised access to anything. Not even a TV in their bedroom.

          • GreenAlba August 4, 2020 at 7:04 am #

            not *about* women driving cars

      • malthuss August 3, 2020 at 5:24 pm #

        The good old days are gone.
        Now perhaps the stoning of raped women for ‘dishonor’ will stop.

        • Kim August 3, 2020 at 10:07 pm #

          Instead, In Rotherham, they allow the rapes to continue. All in the name of “community relations”, of course.

          • Majella August 6, 2020 at 9:03 pm #

            “…allowed” would be more accurate, Kim

  31. Sredni Vashtar August 3, 2020 at 1:20 pm #

    Remember that poster, named Im I think, who said kill the Billionaires or billions will die?

    A Prophet.

    • SW August 3, 2020 at 2:44 pm #

      And how did Im propose to kill greed that’s in the heart of those billions? That’s the real problem that brought us to the edge of the cliff— “the love of money is the root of all evil”. I’m not a religious fanatic but humans willingness to exploit others (no matter what “ism” ) for profit has caused & will continue to cause misery. TAke a stroll through Target & look at the low low prices on clothes.

      • Sredni Vashtar August 3, 2020 at 2:57 pm #

        True. Most small businessmen would love to keep expanding to become one of the Dark Lords. Thus Capitalism does not offer a sufficient moral model for our Society.

        And people, already impoverished by the Dark Lords, will choose cheap over locally produced, reinforcing their own slavery.

        • SW August 3, 2020 at 4:44 pm #

          What started out as a bonanza of bargains & drove local businesses out of business has now become a necessity. Most people can’t afford to shop anywhere else now & depend on cheap goods to get by. If this was part of the plan it’s worked out great for stockholders but not so much for the rest of us. Buying two liter bottles of store brand soft drinks is cheaper than milk & the kids drink it.

  32. drewkeeling August 3, 2020 at 2:15 pm #

    My reading of the 22nd and 25th amendments suggests another possible “replacement” for Biden to head up the Democratic Party’s fall campaign.

    The Constitution prevents anyone from being elected president more than twice, but places no such restriction on being elected vice president, or succeeding to the presidency from the office of vice president (for example, in the event of presidential incapacity).

    In his successful 2008 presidential campaign, Barack Obama ran against the economic and foreign policies of George W. Bush, and -in the primaries- ran against Hillary Clinton and Job Biden, both once-Republicans who (later) as Democratic senators voted to authorize Bush’s resolution on invading Iraq. However, nominee and president-elect Obama later then picked Biden as VP and H. R. Clinton as Sec. of State. In 2016, without any apparent great reflection, he backed Hillary Clinton as his successor, who proved to be a more vulnerable target for Trump’s populism than many had expected.

    Obama’s federal legacy thereby includes being the immediate predecessor of Donald Trump. I suppose this bothers him and encourages a more hands-on approach to this year’s election (compared to 2016).

    I don’t believe that Obama wants to be Biden’s VP, or that Biden and the Democratic Party leadership would go along with that even if he did. It may not be very wise, but if there one thing Democratic bigwigs seem clearly in agreement on, it is that Biden should have a VP who is younger, female, and ready to move into the top job by January 2025, if not sooner.

    But, Obama acting as an unofficial yet defacto key advisor during Biden’s fall campaign and (if successful) afterwards too, does seem quite possible. Indeed, though one might say it backfired in 2016 as a campaign pitch, there was a kind of expectation that if Hillary were elected, Bill would be back in the White House too. The Republican establishment arguably made an even bigger blunder by assuming that they could handle Trump in the Oval Office despite his lack of experience and even desire for the job.

    There is more in common between the two parties than is often realized, e.g. difficulty learning from each other’s mistakes and from their own. I am, however, not sure that having Obama involved with Biden in coming months would be a mistake; it might even be a least-bad available outcome.

    In my view, a better longer term approach than the quadrennial presidential beauty contest / mud-wrestling match would be comprehensive, transparent, efficient and standardized national voting procedures (like most other democracies have) and ranked choice voting to enable more alternatives to both entrenched and increasingly dysfunctional US political parties. Yet, as a immediate fix to get the country safely past the upcoming November election and to whatever post-Corona rehab comes after, having Obama involved might, on net, be a reassurance. McCartney-Lennon is not quite the same as Lennon-McCartney, but might be close enough. Indeed, barring some kind of stop-gap pragmatism of some sort, it is hard to see how the generally pessimistic prognostications of this blog can be averted.

  33. DrGonzo August 3, 2020 at 2:17 pm #

    We’ve had all mail-in (or mailed-out and drop-off) voting here in Colorado since 2014 three major elections. By all accounts it works fine. Voter participation rates are up; cases of fraud remain precious few. So it can be and is done.

    Our neighboring state of Utah also now has all mail-in voting. They elect a lot of Republicans. We elect a lot of Democrats. Nobody sane argues that either state’s election is “rigged”.

    2020: We all know there will be one of two outcomes to the presidential election this fall: either Trump will get re-elected (heaven help us), or Trump will claim a “rigged election”. It’s all so predictable. The fact that vote counts from some states may be delayed by many days will only play into Trump’s fear-mongering conspiracy theories — ironic, from a man who benefited from Russian interference in the last go ‘round, but didn’t seem too troubled by the fact.

    Let’s all hope for a Dem landslide that doesn’t leave credible daylight for Trump — and his well-armed Cult followers — to run amok with their authoritarian mischief.

    Trump has already suggested delaying our elections, little thin-skinned tyrant that he is. The dude is clearly getting panicky: I pray he doesn’t try to pull off some more extra-Constitutional shenanigans between now and when he’s frog-marched out of the Oval Office in January because he refuses to leave.

    • Bobby Brown August 3, 2020 at 3:24 pm #

      Trumplethinkskin is quite the petty tyrant. He says the election is rigged, fraud rampant, and mail in votes anathema to democracy. Who talks like that? Someone who knows he’s going to lose, and lose BIG.

      • CancelMyCard August 3, 2020 at 7:04 pm #

        How DARE you say this!?!?!?

        Trump is GOD here on this forum,
        and your DISRESPECT will NOT be tolerated!!

        • akmofo August 3, 2020 at 8:48 pm #

          Card Holder,

          Per usual, you are wrong. Trump is nothing. His opposition to you fathead commies is everything. And that’s why every personal foible and imperfection of Trump’s will be overlooked and forgiven. We don’t care about that and never will.

          Moses was a murderer of an Egyptian slave master. Moses was a stutterer and couldn’t speak properly. Moses married a non-Hebrew Bedouin woman. But Moses was our Prophet of God and our deliver from Pharaoh.

          Unlike you we have the intelligence to differentiate between the message and the messenger. We don’t care about the messenger. We don’t care for your manicured public relations stooge(s). We care about authenticity to the message.

          • CancelMyCard August 4, 2020 at 8:30 am #

            akmofo,

            Why is it that everybody you disagree with is a “commie”?

            Maybe they are Anarchists,

            or Monarchists,

            or Rastafarians,

            or Buddhists,

            or Zoroastrians,

            or Confucians,

            or Whatever.

            You seem unable to distinguish among the various factions that do not agree with your POV.

          • akmofo August 4, 2020 at 9:27 am #

            Your agenda and worldview is that of a commie. That makes youz a commie. Of-course, you can be many other things, like a commie faggot for example, but in your case, as of yet, I still haven’t made the determination. So for now, Card Holder, youz just a commie.

          • CancelMyCard August 4, 2020 at 9:57 am #

            Please give us all YOUR definition of a “commie”.

            As you well know, there are various and sundry descriptions of what constitutes a true communist.

            And, I can assure you, I have been in the center of the political spectrum for all of my adult life, and have voted for Right-leaning and Left-leaning politicians along the way.

            So, whatever description you come up with for a “commie” will most certainly not apply to me.

            But you are welcome to your delusions.

          • akmofo August 4, 2020 at 10:40 am #

            Yes, I’ve noticed you are a borderline commie and that’s why my demeanor towards you is not as blatantly hostile as towards some others here.

            My definition of commie is very simple: Anything that deviates from biblical Hebrew cultural ethical political norms and more importantly is spawned and sponsored by the Vatican to undermine these biblical Hebrew cultural ethical political norms. Really it is just a synonym for Vatican Satanism.

            Rastafarians, Buddhists, Zoroastrians, Confucians, Hindus, etc., obviously have no connection to the Vatican and therefore are of no concern to me.

      • benr August 3, 2020 at 8:50 pm #

        Or simply someone that has personally seen just how far Democrats, and their supporters will go to cheat, lie and steal.
        Just ask Nixon about cook county elections.
        Just ask California that was court ordered to clear out 5 million voters that don’t exist and could have been used to give hillary err Biden the majority of votes by 2-3 million. You know that tired lie most Hillary supporters have rolled out over and over until this voting clean up.

        • benr August 4, 2020 at 12:44 am #

          Just ask Bernie Sa ders!

          • Bobby Brown August 4, 2020 at 6:56 am #

            Just shut the fuck up.

          • benr August 4, 2020 at 5:44 pm #

            Well if you ever posted something of actual value and truth you might get a positive response but instead you post crap and lies.
            Go back to cleaning toilets with your tongue.

  34. Sredni Vashtar August 3, 2020 at 2:54 pm #

    “Men, it has been well said, think in herds; it will be seen that they go mad in herds, while they only recover their senses slowly, one by one.” – Charles MacKay, Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds

    SV: Evil is more powerful than good on a level playing field. Thus Democracy is an error.

  35. rainmaker August 3, 2020 at 2:57 pm #

    “Let’s all hope for a Dem landslide”? F that. I’m voting for Trump. So are most people I know.

    • Sredni Vashtar August 3, 2020 at 3:04 pm #

      The Democrats are the Enemies within, taken over by Communism and Globalism. They can never be allowed to take power again.

      We need a Caesar…..

      • CancelMyCard August 3, 2020 at 7:11 pm #

        You Want Hitler.

        • Sredni Vashtar August 3, 2020 at 11:26 pm #

          I don’t think He’s back yet. We need someone right now.

          • malthuss August 4, 2020 at 12:22 am #

            O M G

          • Sredni Vashtar August 4, 2020 at 2:52 pm #

            Ambrose Kane, Aug 3, in the comments to the Ely’s article below:

            I am no ‘expert’ on WW2 and the Third Reich by any stretch. However, I have been reading historical works on this period for a few years now. Also, I’ve only come to the ‘JQ’ within the last seven years, but that subject alone has helped me to understand the rise and fall of Germany’s Fuhrer, including the reasons why the man has been so severely vilified.

            Time and time again as I read through such books, I am struck by how many occasions Hitler sought peace with Britain and the U.S. Every murderous madman claim about Hitler is betrayed by the facts when one bothers to actually look into the matter. It seems that every time some author attempts to give a fair and nuanced view of the man, they are bitterly condemned and their writing or academic careers soon take a downward spiral. Hitler is so hated and so badly maligned by our cultural and political overlords that nothing less than the most extreme and absurd conclusions about him are permitted.

            I know for many on this site, this is nothing new. Our contributors are fully aware of it, including many of the readers.

            I don’t want to fall into the trap of glorifying any social or political revolutionary. I recognize as the old adage goes, ‘The best of men are men at best.’ The greatest among our people often have very deep faults. There is dark side to all of us, some more than others.

            Yet, at the same time, as I read about the life of Hitler, I am impressed at how rational he was. He was zealous for the German cause and for his people, no doubt, but how is that any different than other leaders who sought to free their people from oppression? He had every reason to remove the corrupting power and influence of Jews from Germany. In fact, he was actually quite even-handed in doing so. Few national leaders would have done the same under the same circumstances.

            As I continue to read more about the Fuhrer, I get the strong sense that not only did the U.S. fight the wrong enemy, but that the West has unjustly maligned a truly great man. I think the final history will vindicate him. The entire world is mad and upside down.

            SV: What do you know of these things? You’ve never studied them as you have cults and child trafficking, have you? Study and then decide. You respect this man so take what he says to heart.

          • GreenAlba August 5, 2020 at 10:28 am #

            “He had every reason to remove the corrupting power and influence of Jews from Germany. In fact, he was actually quite even-handed in doing so. ”

            Yes, even handed indeed. ‘You go into that gas chamber; your wife and children will go in that other one. You have corrupted Germany with your artisan bakery’.

            Sick.

      • abcdef August 4, 2020 at 12:32 am #

        That sounds like we need an Il Duce…

        • Bobby Brown August 4, 2020 at 6:55 am #

          Trump based himself on the Italian Napoleon wanna-be. He sure as shit can’t make the trains run on time.

          • Goldbug August 5, 2020 at 2:39 pm #

            To paraphrase both Biden and Il Duce, “you’re not Italian if you fail to support me”……

  36. Sredni Vashtar August 3, 2020 at 3:27 pm #

    Aimée Terese — A Witty Marxist and Fetching Thorn in the Side of “Woke” Liberals
    Dissident Millennial DISSIDENT MILLENNIAL · 28 JULY, 2020
    18

    — Relevant/Suggested Read: “The White Race as Global Proletariat”

    AIMÉE TERESE is an Australian Marxist who was banned from Twitter for her highly entertaining posts savaging “woke” liberalism as nothing more than a fake protest movement led by useful idiots unwittingly serving the interests of big capital. I find her infinitely more fascinating than any supposedly “right-wing” Christian, libertarian or conservative.

    Below is a collection of my favorite Aimee Terese tweets sourced mainly from an American Renaissance article by Chris Roberts titled “Aimee Terese — Contrarian, Marxist — White Advocate?”

    It will never not disturb me that “white supremacy” discourse has increased almost in tandem with deaths of despair and a declining life expectancy among non-college graduate white people. https://t.co/q21o4VE9jf

    — Aimee Terese (@aimeeterese) September 30, 2019

    _______________________________________

    [??THIS IS A FEATURE NOT A BUG??]

    Among *social liberals*, learning about white privilege reduces sympathy, increases blame . . . for white people struggling with *poverty*.

    — Aimee Terese (@aimeeterese) May 2, 2019

    _______________________________________

    If you talk a big game about “democratising the economy” at the same time as advocating open borders, you understand neither, and you’re a propagandist for capital.

    — Aimee Terese (@aimeeterese) November 28, 2019

    _______________________________________

    Imagine presenting yourself as a Marxist podcast and joking about white genocide whilst deaths of despair continue to rise, and the life expectancy of white people decreases.

    This type of elitist drivel helps generate the white supremacist enemy it purports to condemn.

    — Aimee Terese (@aimeeterese) August 22, 2019

    _______________________________________

    Tucker was on msnbc just a few years ago but now he’s kkk!? Lmao everything he’s saying here is absolutely correct.

    — Aimee Terese (@aimeeterese) October 30, 2019

    _______________________________________

    “Tulsi never denied being a Russian asset.”- msnbc

    But yeah boycott Fox because racism… (only anti war voice on cable = Tucker)

    — Aimee Terese (@aimeeterese) October 20, 2019

    _______________________________________

    Liberalism is just an endless fucking loop of cliches and condescension.

    — Aimee Terese (@aimeeterese) January 27, 2019

    _______________________________________

    The professional left rewards treachery and encourages hyper-individualistic capital accumulation. They’re the ideological handmaidens of neoliberal acceleration and alienation.

    — Aimee Terese (@aimeeterese) October 5, 2019

    _______________________________________

    [1979] playboy exploiting naked women, “radically progressive”.

    [2019] playboy exploiting shitty woke tropes to advance progressive neoliberalism, “radically progressive”.

    — Aimee Terese (@aimeeterese) May 4, 2019

    _______________________________________

    The hysterical discourses of our era –#metoo prime among them – adopt a patina of sexual moralism, but the sex is a mere cloak by which bourgeoise ideology propagates & reproduces itself. Discursive gasoline poured on a fire of neoliberal acceleration, atomisation and alienation.

    — Aimee Terese (@aimeeterese) May 6, 2019

    _______________________________________

    “How could I defend a man accused of rape without appearing insensitive to the #MeToo movement?”

    This sentiment from an experienced criminal defence attorney scares the life out of me.

    — Aimee Terese (@aimeeterese) December 11, 2018

    _______________________________________

    I’ve said it a thousand times, #metoo was a political weapon by which wealthy women leveraged career opportunities, it had nothing to do with justice, equity, or harassment.

    — Aimee Terese (@aimeeterese) March 23, 2019

    _______________________________________

    #metoo is long awaited catharsis for aging starfuckers everywhere.
    That time your naked 19 year old self gave a handy to a celebrity photographer is now your trauma ticket to the 15 minutes of fame you were denied back then. He and the skin pics are finally going to pay off!

    — Aimee Terese (@aimeeterese) June 17, 2019

    _______________________________________

    There’s a curious irony in the way identitarian discourse is deployed and policed. In the absence of any identitarian bona fides themselves, elite white liberal men are incentivised to act as hypervigilant boundary police, vitriolic guardians of the virtue galaxy.

    — Aimee Terese (@aimeeterese) April 10, 2019

    _______________________________________

    Am I the only one getting bored with this neo-Victorian age of woke men tone policing other men’s language for the ‘benefit’ of women? Enough with the white knight bullshit, our delicate lady ears have enough agency to handle a little smut . . . .

    — Aimee Terese (@aimeeterese) November 22, 2017

    _______________________________________

    The new face of empire is going to be woke as fuck. It will be laundered through photo shoots with “grass roots” activists, incorporating authentic voices™, adopting an anti-imperialist, intersectional vernacular & will use climate & “anti-fascism” etc as pretexts for invasion.

    — Aimee Terese (@aimeeterese) November 17, 2019

    _______________________________________

    The actually existing left is not recognisably left at all. They’re rich liberals acting in their material interests. It’s in their material interests to denigrate poor white people and fetishise poor brown people so they can provide nothing to the working class of any colour.

    — Aimee Terese (@aimeeterese) November 1, 2019

    _______________________________________

    Cancel culture is the culture of an elite media mafia. Any dissent = mutually assured destruction. Kiss the ring of the Capo, take out a few hits, look the other way when the bodies are buried — you’re a made man.

    “Nice career you got here. Boy it’d be a real shame if….”

    — Aimee Terese (@aimeeterese) October 30, 2019

    _______________________________________

    “Cancel culture”

    – doesn’t exist
    – has never existed
    – has always existed
    – is good actually
    – more cancellations are more good
    – anti cancellation = Hitler

    — Aimee Terese (@aimeeterese) October 1, 2019

    _______________________________________

    Much like #metoo, cancel culture is a political weapon. And like all political weapons, it’s wielded selectively. It’s successes inevitably reflect existing power relations and the existing normative consensus.

    This is why leftists should wield that weapon with extreme caution.

    — Aimee Terese (@aimeeterese) February 9, 2019

    _______________________________________

    I can’t help but like this chick a lot. She represents the distilled feminine essence of the edgy, fun, and legitimately transgressive aspects of the old Left… But of course because of that, she’s been #cancelled.

    • Sredni Vashtar August 3, 2020 at 3:31 pm #

      What a wonderful girl. I’ve always been amazed at how White Liberal Marxists hate the White poor. How utterly convenient for the rise of the Global State which will shit on all poor, equally. And it’s expected of them at this point. Not to hate poor Whites would put you at odds with the Zeitgeist.

      • CancelMyCard August 3, 2020 at 7:12 pm #

        Spoken like a true White Trash aficionado, Janos.

        You ever leave your trailer park to get some perspective?

        • benr August 3, 2020 at 8:53 pm #

          What an odious statement to the actual truth.
          In this post vlad has been 100% correct nor a shred of racism and yet you still object so I must ask why?
          Is vlad correct do you simply hate the white people?

          • Sredni Vashtar August 3, 2020 at 9:15 pm #

            Thank you.

          • Bobby Brown August 4, 2020 at 6:54 am #

            No I hardly hate the white people.

  37. RB August 3, 2020 at 4:21 pm #

    There are two other countries who have to be very frightened of a Democrat sweep in November and it might force them to interfere even to cooking up an October surprise. Those would be Taiwan and Israel. The Chinese simply changed the rules on Hong Kong. No one in DC cared. The Dems love China’s ——money. Biden’s son can set things up for the democrats wanting an infusion of real money. If China can essentially take HK and whatever real estate in the South China Sea without repercussions then they can move on Taiwan with the US doing nothing. I’m guessing there’s a lot of visa activity from the Taiwanese.

    Israel cannot afford a nuclear Iran. They’ve made no secret it is a matter of national survival. The Dems will ok the nucs. They need more Moslem votes. American Jews could care less about Israel.

    At a minimum the GOP must retain the senate. They might not. I think we can expect some moves by the aforementioned states to prevent a Democrat sweep. I imagine the Mossad has the goods on Democrat contenders. Wasn’t Epstein associated with Mossad? Oh my!

    Whatever happens, the economy is shattered. Humpty is screwed. A lot more Americans will find out soon enough just how screwed they are. A gated community won’t be enough.

    Jimmy Carter must be enjoying his last days.

    • beantownbill. August 3, 2020 at 6:07 pm #

      I disagree with the statement that American Jews could care less about Israel. As an American Jew myself, I know from my experiences in the Jewish community that isn’t so, although there are anti-Israel Jews here. BTW, I believe the proper phrase is “I couldn’t care less (I was once called out for saying it, so I’m not blameless).

      • BackRowHeckler August 3, 2020 at 7:02 pm #

        Bill have you viewed the videos recorded in Israel Akmofo has been posting here? It looks like a real nice place, a country worth defending, a country to be proud of.

        Brh

        • CancelMyCard August 3, 2020 at 7:15 pm #

          An apartheid country that sequesters the Palestinians in their refugee camps, then kills them when they try to escape.

          Yup, a beacon of civil liberties is that Israel.

          What a bunch of scumbags.

          • akmofo August 3, 2020 at 7:56 pm #

            Let’s set them free back to Saudi Arabia where they come from. What do you say, Card Holder? Do you think our angelic Jihadistanis will agree to go?

          • CancelMyCard August 3, 2020 at 8:34 pm #

            Yeah, like they all came from SA.

            Bullshit.

            You’ve personally been through the refugee camps and examined their passports, I suppose.

            You are as lame as they come.

          • akmofo August 3, 2020 at 9:10 pm #

            Well, they do call themselves Arabs. And they do carry Jordanian passports. But yeah, many are also from Egypt Sudan Syria Turkey Iraq etc. Point being they are not from Judea.

            I think it’s been a huge mistake by Israel to allow this Jihadistani occupation and colonization of Jewish land to stand. I would have instituted a policy of expulsion or extermination. They get to pick.

            I don’t like to fsck around. And I’m not shy about making that perfectly clear.

          • beantownbill. August 3, 2020 at 11:58 pm #

            America stole land from the native Americans, sequestered them in reservations, broke numerous treaties with them and killed them when they fought to get back their land, and coined the phrase “the only good Indian is a dead Indian”. Not satisfied, Americans killed how many innocent Iraqis? What a bunch of scumbags. Do you happen to be an American? If so, there’s something about calling the kettle black.

            Oh, BTW, the Dutch stole Manhattan Island from the natives, the English conquered and killed Indians (dot), Belgium massacred Congolese, we all know what the Germans did, Italy did a number on Ethiopians, Japan did likewise to the Chinese, Russia tortured and killed millions of their own citizens and imprisoned them in concentration camps, China is torturing and imprisoning Uighers, Serbians killed Croats by the thousands, North Koreans routinely kill and starve their own citizens by the hundreds of thousands, Spain conquered, stole from and killed million of Incas and Aztecs. What a bunch of scumbags

            It’s late and I’m tired, else I would continue this seemingly endless litany of rape, murder, slaughter, torture and sundry other violations foisted upon so-called humanity.

            You know this, I’m sure, so maybe singling out Jews for scumbaggery reveals,a little anti-semitism on your part, eh? I don’t care what you think of them, but calling my tribe names doesn’t sit well with me. Speaking of scumbags…

          • Kim August 4, 2020 at 1:16 am #

            @ beantown bill

            The Germans did not do what I imagine you are suggesting they did.

          • akmofo August 4, 2020 at 8:18 am #

            Kim,

            If you continue with your disgusting German holocaust denial in one more instance, I will make sure to bring this to our host‘s attention so that you will not post here again. Kapish?

          • Kim August 4, 2020 at 8:27 am #

            @akmofo

            What kind of historical fact is it that – under penalty of imprisonment – may not be examined?

          • akmofo August 4, 2020 at 9:09 am #

            You’re not examining facts, you are denying facts. Facts that have been proven in court against similar holocaust deniers as yourself. Facts that are supported by a mountain of historical evidence and historians, and is at its most basic reality attested to by the genocidal population decline and dematerialization of 90% of recorded European Jewry and the abandonment of their property and business assets. People don’t just vanish into thin air.

            One more word from you on this subject and I will follow through on my threat.

          • Majella August 4, 2020 at 7:29 pm #

            akmofo said:

            “Kim,

            If you continue with your disgusting German holocaust denial in one more instance, I will make sure to bring this to our host‘s attention so that you will not post here again. Kapish?”

            and

            “One more word from you on this subject and I will follow through on my threat.”

            While I find Kim’s nutjob views on the Holocaust abominable, akmofo ‘threatening’ to dob Kim in to JHK is laughable! Here’s what he sent ME a few weeks ago, clearly a case of mistaken identity:

            On 23/07/2020, at 03:33, james howard kunstler wrote:

            Mike—
            Your rants about the Vatican were embarrassingly overwrought… and your responses to others were unecessarily mean and harsh.

            Jim
            james howard kunstler
            “It’s All Good”

            The fact is Jim reads ALL the posts. I’m surprised you are still allowed here, Kosherman.

          • akmofo August 4, 2020 at 8:13 pm #

            Gargoyle, how many times are you going to say goodbye? You’re like an abused woman. You keep getting punched in the face and yet you keep coming back. Youz completely screwed up in the head.

          • Majella August 4, 2020 at 9:25 pm #

            Kosherman, to my surprise, I am NOT (yet) denied access. As I said last blog “until JHK cuts me off”.

            I AM surprised that YOU are still allowed to spread your lying filth around the place like dogshit.

          • Kim August 4, 2020 at 11:34 pm #

            @ akfomo

            “Facts that have been proven in court against similar holocaust deniers as yourself. Facts that are supported by a mountain of historical evidence”

            As I presume you well know, no holocaust-proving “facts” have ever been adduced in any German court. Why not? Because under German law, it has never been necessary.

            The Nuremberg triala, for example, were conducted under the so-called “London statutes”:

            “The London statutes were written specifically for this military tribunal. In Article 19 it says, ‘The Tribunal shall not be bound by rules of evidence’. In Article 21: ‘The Tribunal shall not require proof of facts of common knowledge, but shall take judicial notice thereof.’

            https://carolynyeager.net/illogic-holocaust-denial-trials-germany

            What is common knowledge? Something that does not need to be proven. The sun rises in the east. The prisoners are guilty. That kind of thing.

            German courts, including Nuremberg, have never even considered evidence that the holocaust story is almost entirely false.

            Why not? Because the German courts specifically, by law, exclude any consideration of that issue. In other words, they always have been and still are kangaroo courts.

          • Kim August 4, 2020 at 11:48 pm #

            @ akfomo

            One especially crude Catch-22 even makes it very dangerous, in fact practically-speaking impossible, for defense attorneys to present evidence for the defense for holcaust-deniers in German courts.

            The problem, you see, is that an attorney endangers himself when he presents his own defense evidence as claims of fact, because that then makes the attorney automatically guilty of “holocaust denial”. For that, he or she will then be arrested and prosecuted.

            But of course, there is no fear of the holocaust story being challenged, as there is so much evidence of it, right?

          • Kim August 4, 2020 at 11:54 pm #

            @ akfomo

            The Wunsiedel Decision of the German Supreme Court actually criminalized the giving of certain types of evidence.

            “In the so-called Wunsiedel-decision of the Supreme Court of 2009, the court declared that Germany is by way of exception allowed to keep special statutes such as paragraph 130. That is the statute criminalising one particular kind of speech, with the inherent criminalisation of evidence and legal defense.>/b> Germany is by exception allowed to keep this special statute because of ‘the unique historical identity of the Federal Republic of Germany shaped through contrast to national-socialism.’ In other words, Germany is allowed to keep the exceptions to free speech, because it is the ‘Federal Republic of Germany.’….

            ….”These are the two pillars upon which the criminalisation of holocaust denial rests. It is the justification within legal-theory, so to speak. ‘The unique historical identity of the Federal Republic of Germany’ and the ‘unique crime’ itself, are the reasons given for not allo

            https://carolynyeager.net/illogic-holocaust-denial-trials-germanywing the demonstration of evidence.

          • akmofo August 5, 2020 at 9:58 am #

            Fsck you, Kim.

            An English Court found all your holocaust denial nonsense to be just that. The Overton Window is closed.

            You will reported by me to Mr Kunstler, and he will do with you as he sees fit.

          • akmofo August 5, 2020 at 10:01 am #

            You will ^be reported

          • Majella August 6, 2020 at 9:28 pm #

            “You will [be] reported by me to Mr Kunstler, and he will do with you as he sees fit./i>”

            And how’d that go for you Kosherman?

        • beantownbill. August 4, 2020 at 12:01 am #

          Yes I have. Marlin, you’ve always had a keen eye for the truth and I appreciate that.

  38. Bobby Brown August 3, 2020 at 4:25 pm #

    Biden urged not to debate Trump so president doesn’t have another platform to ‘lie’.

    • BackRowHeckler August 3, 2020 at 8:04 pm #

      BLM has issued a list of demands they expect Biden to follow thru with this Nov.

      High on the list: abolish ICE, defund the police, reparations, and show trial for ‘White Supremacists’.

      Brh

      • JohnAZ August 3, 2020 at 9:20 pm #

        Who is going to tell BLM to go to hell and to get into 5he trenches in the cities and to help their brothers and sisters to rise up, go to work and become responsible members of our society. With everything going on right now, there will be no more handouts.

      • abcdef August 4, 2020 at 12:36 am #

        Hi BackRowHeckler,
        Biden is not interested in those extremes. It is why the President cannot land a punch as yet. Biden is middle of the road. And voters are not afraid of him. The President will have to up the crazy to get more than his base riled up, and no guarantee that it will work …

    • JohnAZ August 3, 2020 at 9:26 pm #

      This from the party that lies as a matter of course. The Dems have lied through their teeth with everything they have done since 2016. We, the public, have suffered under their false accusations and phony BS since then. They have made a mockery of DC.

      • Bobby Brown August 4, 2020 at 6:35 am #

        Oh please. Sprinkle some pepper on your keyboard and sneeze. You’re so backed up if you farted you’d land on the moon.

    • SoftStarLight August 4, 2020 at 2:43 am #

      Will the former vice prez still have a platform to ‘lie’ even if he doesn’t debate? Lord knows he can’t get in front of a camera correctly or get his sound to work right sitting in that basement all day.

  39. Roundball Shaman August 3, 2020 at 5:16 pm #

    “Over in Nevada, the state legislature passed a mail-in vote scheme that will send ballots out to everybody and his-or-her uncle, with no ID required, and a feature that permits ballots to be filled-out by someone other than the addressed voter. Nice!”
    .
    Maybe this is their way of admitting that at the heart of it, voting doesn’t matter anyway so why should we care how we do it. Let’s send out ballots to cats while we’re at it. They’d make a more informed choice anyway.
    .
    “There’s your set-up for a 2020 election that can’t possibly be resolved…”
    .
    America’s choice is not between Trump and Biden (or, fill in the blank in his place). It’s really between surviving as a nation or not. It’s about retaining some semblance of civil order or not. It’s about directing energy toward overcoming an economic apocalypse or not. It’s about our children having some kind of useful future or not. It’s about finding the good within us or fully surrendering to the dark side. There are many important things yet to be decided, and none of them have anything to do with toxic time-wasting political dumpster material.

    • beantownbill. August 3, 2020 at 6:09 pm #

      Just so! And a cat would make a great president. They know so much more than we do.

      • Bobby Brown August 4, 2020 at 6:50 am #

        See these eyes so green
        I can stare for a thousand years
        Colder than the moon
        It’s been so long

  40. wm5135 August 3, 2020 at 5:56 pm #

    No need for even a passing discomfort about fraud in the upcoming election. The Supreme Court will stop the count at just the opportune moment.

    Of course the question is not who the electorate has in mind, rather who will be able to further the economic smash and grab now in play.

    Best laugh of the last few months is the people who wonder why the big girls and boys didn’t have a plan. They did have a plan, and it is working like a charm.

    Excuse me while polish up a little moral hazard.

    “My occupational hazard is my occupation’s just not around…” Buffett

    • benr August 4, 2020 at 12:48 am #

      Neel khaskari is talking again here comes2008 all over again.

      • malthuss August 5, 2020 at 12:26 am #

        who

        • benr August 6, 2020 at 9:24 am #

          One of the bagmen from the 2008 fiasco.
          Dennis Kusinich grilled him.

  41. getsome August 3, 2020 at 6:01 pm #

    Everyone seems oblivious to the fact that as a functional entity, the U.S. in rapidly barreling towards a degradation if not outright collapse. The “ Black Jesus” and all other upper echelon dems had to have known of biden’s Dementia, so the 64 dollar question is what plan has been in place to get the presidency? Replacement is NOT a viable option this late in the game, so sew confusion post election via mail in fraud? To what positive outcome? I can see none. An election resulting in both sides fervently believing they’ve honestly “won” will unleash a torrent of very BAD JUJU. Meanwhile, 20+ quarts of beans canned with untold amounts of tomatoes to go, cucumbers to pickle and carrots to pick. The potatoes are plentiful but on a sad note the peas are almost gone. Life will go on here regardless of what else occurs in DC.

  42. Amman August 3, 2020 at 6:04 pm #

    Yep. Lyric Poetry is about all we can do as an observer/critic this day and age until a cold hard reality extracts vengeance and common sense. Did you see that foreign newsman describe JOE BIDEN as CHAUNCEY GARDINER ifrom BEING THERE? Only its worse…

  43. EnterpriseSpaceship August 3, 2020 at 7:11 pm #

    No Fiasco is bigger than the fiasco of Energy under our Western Civilisation!

  44. BackRowHeckler August 3, 2020 at 8:17 pm #

    Eastern Civilizations need oil too.

    Right now Russia is going balls to the wall extracting oil and rare metals from the arctic ocean. Deploying enormous icebreakers and 6 nuclear powered drilling barges is just the beginning.

    China is in Greenland, mining coal and rare earth metals. Remember when you were laughing at the President for suggesting we buy Greenland? Well who’s laughing now?

    Brh

    • akmofo August 3, 2020 at 8:34 pm #

      Those who were laughing were the MSM. And we known we are under their hostile foreign commie occupation. I say we, because this Vatican commie occupation is global and it includes my country Israel.

      • CancelMyCard August 3, 2020 at 8:41 pm #

        “because this Vatican commie occupation is global and it includes my country Israel.”

        The vatican has made a new synthetic TinFoil hat, that will fit you perfectly. Looks exactly like something the pontiff would wear.

        Actually, you would look good in that high-peaked hat and the gold and white robe, don’t you think.

        And you could stand out there on the balcony above with plaza,
        with thousands of adoring fans screaming your name,

        And you would finally . . . . . be fulfilled.

        • akmofo August 3, 2020 at 8:58 pm #

          Your attempt at “humor” is even lamer than our friendly pig, Ely. He’s got the excuse of being so old that like your commie candidate Biden he can barely function. But what’s your excuse?

          • CancelMyCard August 3, 2020 at 9:13 pm #

            I need no excuse.

            However,

            you need one badly.

            And the sooner the better.

          • akmofo August 3, 2020 at 9:22 pm #

            Youz are really lame. Youz should follow youz sockpuppet master and vamoose outta here back to Daily Kos.

          • elysianfield August 4, 2020 at 11:05 am #

            “humor” is even lamer than our friendly pig, Ely. He’s got the excuse of being so old that like your commie candidate Biden he can barely function”

            Oh yea? Well…

            Two Jews walk into a bar…one has a parrot on his shoulder…and … uhh…

            You’re right…I got nothin’….

          • akmofo August 4, 2020 at 12:02 pm #

            Actually, Ely, that was good. You got me in a titter. Youz getting better with age.

        • malthuss August 4, 2020 at 12:25 am #

          high priest of drag.

    • malthuss August 4, 2020 at 12:24 am #

      Land is land. The media mocks DT. Was he serious about USA buying it?
      Why not invade it?

    • EnterpriseSpaceship August 4, 2020 at 2:06 am #

      Face masks on all faces, white, yellow, blank, brown and all others all over the world – is a demonstration that only one Civilisation rules humanity since the early steam engine – and that is our Western Civilisation.

      Now our Western Civilisation likes people to play between themselves the Energy-Hunger Game.

  45. BackRowHeckler August 3, 2020 at 8:37 pm #

    Current temp, Amudsen Scott South Pole Station: -85°F, feels like -122°F.

    • CancelMyCard August 3, 2020 at 8:42 pm #

      But what’s the dewpoint?

      • SoftStarLight August 4, 2020 at 2:21 am #

        It’s -94°F at the moment ;-).

  46. BackRowHeckler August 3, 2020 at 8:50 pm #

    Not sure, but the arctic clocks in at a balmy 32°F. The reason I mention this is because the Guardian ran an article yesterday stating the ice has melted off at the Poles. As if we couldn’t check. Only thing I can think of is Covid 19 is getting a little stale, and people are tiring of the BLM and Antifa bullsh#t. Time to dust off the Climate Change grift and flog that … right to election day.

    Brh

    • CancelMyCard August 3, 2020 at 9:18 pm #

      You got that right.

      The Global Climate Change hysteria got derailed by something more
      close and intimate. Like your lungs.

      As they say,
      the news cycle momentum fluctuates with the heartbeat,

      and the heart rate is flashing red right now.

      • Kim August 3, 2020 at 10:17 pm #

        In Australia they have almost entirely shut the economy. Why?

        208 people have died of the coronavirus in Australia. Virtually all of them have been nursing home residents. Eight people under the age of 60 have died. 26 people under the age of 70 have died. 36 have been over 80.

        The average lifespan of Australians is 82. The median average coronavirus death in Australia appears to be 85.

        https://dailystormer.su/stage-4-lockdown-australian-economy-in-full-collapse-due-to-lunatic-measures/

        • abcdef August 4, 2020 at 12:22 am #

          Hi Kim,
          Just remember that Australia–because of their lunatic response–has 9 dead per million people and the US has 480 dead per million people. The power of exponentials is at play here. You squash it early and hard, it doesn’t grow exponentially, the way it has here, and your economy doesn’t tank the way it is doing here. Australia has more social cohesion than the US and a solidarity that sees a sizeable majority of the population looking at individuals running around without masks, etc, and applauding as they are heavily fined for doing this. The clear majority get the point that these rugged individualists are putting not only themselves at risk, but more importantly, everyone else they come in contact with.

          And as for the fact that they are old–I get it. Shove the old on ice flows and let nature cull them and save the resources for the younger more productive members of the tribe. That is a choice, but it is one I do not subscribe to.

          • Kim August 4, 2020 at 1:11 am #

            1. Every year the flu kills old people at these rates.

            2. The Australian experience proves that COVID is not a significant threat to people who are not elderly

            3. Australia has reported its numbers honestly – Australia is not as far down the road of corruption as the USA

            4. Australia doesn’t have official policies and incentives in place to encourage massive over-reporting and misreporting

            It is a hoax.

          • Bobby Brown August 4, 2020 at 6:31 am #

            It’s not a hoax you imbecilic ditz. The flu kills on average 20,000 – 30,000 Americans a year. A bad year it’s 100,000, and that’s a really bad year. It’s not even the fall and Covid 19 has killed 150,000 people. Pull your dumb ass head out of your ass and smell the coffee.

          • benr August 5, 2020 at 12:05 am #

            @bb

            How many were killed by putting covid 19 positive people into retirement homes that killed a large majority of the elderly?

  47. amb August 3, 2020 at 11:42 pm #

    The America that our founding fathers constructed died. Many won’t realize this until the funeral actually happens, which could be way in the future. Socialism/Communism infiltrated and destroyed this nation. What we witness now every day is disgusting and pathetic.

    • beantownbill. August 4, 2020 at 12:08 am #

      I agree with you, but it is you and I and the majority of the citizenry who ultimately are responsible by essentially doing nothing about it.

  48. amb August 4, 2020 at 12:00 am #

    Expect nothing but illogic, criminal acts and destruction from the Democrats up to, during, and after the Nov election.

    • abcdef August 4, 2020 at 12:39 am #

      OK, amb,
      Why do you think that Republicans are not going to do the same thing? Or do you think they will and you don’t mind? Or what, exactly?

      • Bobby Brown August 4, 2020 at 6:34 am #

        He doesn’t know. He’s planning a shooting on 5th Avenue. He doesn’t know what else to do.

        • amb August 4, 2020 at 1:32 pm #

          Insults and ad hominem behavior: the dominant tool of the liberals.

          • benr August 4, 2020 at 5:41 pm #

            Worse its really all the understand as well.
            Fact, logic elude them its al about feelings and group think.
            Sheep following the herd of of the wokesterdom cliff.

          • Majella August 5, 2020 at 8:31 pm #

            So, which flock/herd do YOU follow, benr?

            Oh, right. When it’s self-proclaimed clever dicks like Tweets, it’s NOT ‘sheeple’ behaviour?

            Just out of interest, do YOU also think the virus is a ‘hoax’?

          • benr August 5, 2020 at 9:48 pm #

            @maj

            I have traveled all over the country unmasked and have not caught it to my knowledge with that said I was really sick for two weeks in December.

            If you have a morbidity then the virus is no joke then again so is the flu.
            If you are young healthy sleep and eat right its no big deal.
            If you are old it is something else.
            To close down the entire country was a bad idea.
            In that we have had worse plagues they are using this one to do many things I don’t support many of the things my state California is doing and has done is wrong.

            So honestly on the fence and I personally know several people whos loved ones have died and it was blamed on covid-19 and the hospitals reported it as such to get the extra funding. There is an element of hoax wrapped into this.

      • amb August 4, 2020 at 1:30 pm #

        Personally, I’m not in favor of either party. They are both in treason to America. Congress belongs in prison, not the capital building. Yet, I’d always go with the conservatives over the liberals, as the tactics of the liberals (a higher degree of Socialism) are diabolical and insidious, and their agenda–if you can even call it an agenda–is ruinous to any nation-state that has the goal of sovereignty, prosperity, and liberty.

        • abcdef August 4, 2020 at 2:22 pm #

          And Republican moves are not, amb? As for the values you offer, I am certain that Democratic Party followers have those as well, maybe not to the nth degree that you want that would require what others see as ruinous trade-offs. I would argue that the focus on personal liberty right now (I reserve the right to make myself and you ill by not wearing a mask or by nor following social distance guidelines) is an example of “liberty” that I can comfortably reject. It is one reason why America has one of the highest incidence of COVID infection, per million people of population. You want schools to open? Then offer funds to help pay for it to be done safely. That value is reciprocity. The illogic of the President’s rhetoric on this–offering stick only, is self-defeating–in my opinion. What do you think? The President and Republicans act as if what happens to their fellow human, following their wishes for an open flourishing economy, is not being met with a commitment to help those who get sick or who could be made sick with Federal support–either directly, or to the states. What we get is a happy, happy, joy, joy rhetoric divorced to the reality we face. Again, that value is reciprocity. The President loves supporting rich people; not so much us …

  49. abcdef August 4, 2020 at 12:13 am #

    Hi Mr. Kunstler,
    The voting issue is an interesting one, I agree. “Over in Nevada, the state legislature passed a mail-in vote scheme that will send ballots out to everybody and his-or-her uncle, with no ID required, and a feature that permits ballots to be filled-out by someone other than the addressed voter. Nice!” Well, I will point out that the ballot will go to all ACTIVE, REGISTERED voters. How different is that from elsewhere in a majority of different states, once you have established your ability to vote? I wonder if you will brave the wilds of November and stand in line and risk getting COVID by voting in person, or whether you will do as many Americans in a majority of states already do–including our President, and vote by mail? Because, the crocodile tears over this are humorous. It wasn’t an issue 4 years ago. It is only an issue now, because voting by mail makes it EASIER for poor people to vote. And poorer folks might lean… who knows how? The President as good as admitted that mail in voting will sink his chances in Nevada–and it isn’t because of overwhelming fraud (of which we have little evidence, by the way, even if Mr. Barr says it is “common sense”); its because of all those low interest voters who might vote if it doesn’t lose them a day of work. And let us not forget that polling opportunities are NOT evenly distributed throughout this great quality country. Often, there is heavy skewing comparing rural and urban populations, https://www.brennancenter.org/our-work/research-reports/waiting-vote. This creates a disincentive to vote. I mean, waiting hours recently to vote as in Milwaukee, Wisconsin with fewer poll places and far fewer poll workers who tend to skew to older ages hardest hit by COVID? And after voting, picking up COVID–Nice! You don’t like the situation states are in and the choices they are making to deal with a pandemic reality, Mr. Kunstler? Offer a solution that doesn’t require people to put their lives on the line to vote! And that levels the playing field between urban and rural voters. Especially since WE ALREADY DO MAIL IN VOTING IN A MAJORITY OF US STATES… So, I am unconvinced that mail in ballots will mean the end of American Democracy… though, the ACTIVE efforts of Republicans to starve the USPS of resources, https://www.nytimes.com/2020/05/10/us/politics/postal-service-trump-coronavirus.html, is more likely to get you your doomsday scenario than anything else.
    And as for Bill Clinton and Epstein. It wouldn’t surprise me. But why the silence on the connection between Donald Trump and Mr. Epstein? Blinkers that see only bad on one side limits the power of your analysis, making it one sided. It appeals to those who echo your sentiments consistently here, but if you are pointing out the flaws of Candidate Biden, you owe it to yourself and your readers to point out the sociopathic, narcissistic and mentally blunted capacities of the President as well, though his followers hang on every broken and scattered sentence he shares as if it is a deliberate and amazing utterance from on high, https://www.vanityfair.com/news/2020/06/inside-the-cult-of-trump-his-rallies-are-church-and-he-is-the-gospel. Fair and balanced…

    • Kim August 4, 2020 at 1:13 am #

      The incredible laziness and rudeness and flat-out ignorance of those who will not paragraph yet still expect to be read.

      • Majella August 4, 2020 at 5:21 am #

        Is that it? All you’ve got? You sanctimonious charlatan.

        • Kim August 4, 2020 at 8:23 am #

          Sounds like it’s time for your medication.

          • Majella August 4, 2020 at 9:31 pm #

            Oh, right. My Ativan…what dosage would you prescribe Dr. Kimmy?

          • Nightowl August 5, 2020 at 5:17 pm #

            Dr. Gelatin stealing my lines again. Low IQ.

          • Majella August 5, 2020 at 5:49 pm #

            Oh, Tweets. You’re back. Still squawking about your proprietary ownership of and rights to the English language too, I see. Whatever makes you feel better, poor wee scone.

        • benr August 4, 2020 at 5:40 pm #

          Talking about irony!
          You who squeal about a missing coma for petes sake can you not see what a hypocrite you are?

          • Majella August 4, 2020 at 9:30 pm #

            “Squeal about”? No. Laugh at. But I can fix the above sentence for you…but, nah. On second thoughts, why bother?

            L’il Kimmy ignores all the points in the post and instead puts her nose in the air. This from one of the most avid & highly infected CT nutjobs hereabouts.

          • benr August 5, 2020 at 12:08 am #

            most avid & highly infected CT nutjobs

            What exactly is a ct nutjob?

          • Majella August 5, 2020 at 5:54 pm #

            Not you, benr, at least not based on the things you say hereabouts. You don’t even hold to the ‘9/11 was an inside job’ theory.

            You don’t promote (at least, not openly) insanities like Michelle Obama is actually a bloke and offering ‘evidence’ like this:

            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UZO5q0B5wfw

            Only the CT Nutjobs go this far.

          • benr August 5, 2020 at 9:50 pm #

            Honestly still don’t know what you mean by CT what does it stand for?

          • Majella August 6, 2020 at 8:10 pm #

            Assuming you’re HONESTLY asking – CT = Conspiracy Theory

      • abcdef August 4, 2020 at 2:25 pm #

        Hi Kim,
        I didn’t realise that you had been appointed the guardian of good manners and good writing etiquette on the site. I will do better next time. Thanks for the heads up! 🙂

        PS. It is a nice move so as not to engage the actual meat of my claims whilst looking like you are doing that. Well done!

        • Kim August 5, 2020 at 3:28 am #

          You miss the point. Your writing is so disorganized that the task of following your arguments is not worth the effort.

          I never read wall-of-text writing because experience has shown that its lack of organization reflects a similarly disorganized mind. It is a wasted effort.

          • abcdef August 5, 2020 at 11:55 am #

            Hi Kim,
            Let me try this:

            Hi Mr. Kunstler,
            The voting issue is an interesting one, I agree. “Over in Nevada, the state legislature passed a mail-in vote scheme that will send ballots out to everybody and his-or-her uncle, with no ID required, and a feature that permits ballots to be filled-out by someone other than the addressed voter. Nice!”

            Well, I will point out that the ballot will go to all ACTIVE, REGISTERED voters. How different is that from elsewhere in a majority of different states, once you have established your ability to vote? I wonder if you will brave the wilds of November and stand in line and risk getting COVID by voting in person, or whether you will do as many Americans in a majority of states already do–including our President, and vote by mail? Because, the crocodile tears over this are humorous. It wasn’t an issue 4 years ago. It is only an issue now, because voting by mail makes it EASIER for poor people to vote. And poorer folks might lean… who knows how?

            The President as good as admitted that mail in voting will sink his chances in Nevada–and it isn’t because of overwhelming fraud (of which we have little evidence, by the way, even if Mr. Barr says it is “common sense”); its because of all those low interest voters who might vote if it doesn’t lose them a day of work. And let us not forget that polling opportunities are NOT evenly distributed throughout this great quality country. Often, there is heavy skewing comparing rural and urban populations, https://www.brennancenter.org/our-work/research-reports/waiting-vote. This creates a disincentive to vote.

            I mean, waiting hours recently to vote as in Milwaukee, Wisconsin with fewer poll places and far fewer poll workers who tend to skew to older ages hardest hit by COVID? And after voting, picking up COVID–Nice! You don’t like the situation states are in and the choices they are making to deal with a pandemic reality, Mr. Kunstler? Offer a solution that doesn’t require people to put their lives on the line to vote! And that levels the playing field between urban and rural voters. Especially since WE ALREADY DO MAIL IN VOTING IN A MAJORITY OF US STATES… So, I am unconvinced that mail in ballots will mean the end of American Democracy… though, the ACTIVE efforts of Republicans to starve the USPS of resources, https://www.nytimes.com/2020/05/10/us/politics/postal-service-trump-coronavirus.html, is more likely to get you your doomsday scenario than anything else.

            And as for Bill Clinton and Epstein. It wouldn’t surprise me. But why the silence on the connection between Donald Trump and Mr. Epstein? Blinkers that see only bad on one side limits the power of your analysis, making it one sided. It appeals to those who echo your sentiments consistently here, but if you are pointing out the flaws of Candidate Biden, you owe it to yourself and your readers to point out the sociopathic, narcissistic and mentally blunted capacities of the President as well, though his followers hang on every broken and scattered sentence he shares as if it is a deliberate and amazing utterance from on high, https://www.vanityfair.com/news/2020/06/inside-the-cult-of-trump-his-rallies-are-church-and-he-is-the-gospel. Fair and balanced…

            I hope this helps, Kim. 🙂

    • SoftStarLight August 4, 2020 at 2:13 am #

      “I wonder if you will brave the wilds of November and stand in line and risk getting COVID by voting in person”

      LOL I love this little piece of comedy gold.

      Well then what on God’s green earth are these masks for? Do you anticipate the need for space suits in order to effectively address the risks of election day?

      • abcdef August 4, 2020 at 2:29 pm #

        Hi SoftStarLight,
        Sure, people will have to wear masks and social distance. It lowers your risk, it does not get rid of it. So, why not vote by mail and lower the risk to zero? It is enough of a risk to get the groceries on weekly basis–why increase it, SoftStarLight? Last I saw, dying of disease was not on the list of things that could happen when I go off to vote. The greater import of my comments is to also make clear that there is a major disparity in ease of voting between rural/suburban and urban centres. Those urban voters will be outside longer than others. And some of them WILL get COVID and some will die. Why would you wish that on anyone?

      • Jo-G August 4, 2020 at 9:52 pm #

        “I wonder if you will brave the wilds of November and stand in line and risk getting COVID by voting in person”
        OK I gotta repeat myself, they held in person voting for the national election here while we were locked down. The Koreans do meticulous contact tracing. Of the COVID-19 cases occurring during the two weeks after the election they found zero infections traceable to voting. Note that the Korean voters are much less diverse than those in the United States (only citizens vote and it is difficult for a foreigner to gain citizenship), so since “diversity is our strength” even if the Koreans experienced some transmission at the poling places our diverse population would use our strength to out perform the Koreans. It really isn’t an issue but this year the U.S. seems to have become a fact free zone. From over here you people arguing that you must have mail-in voting because of some risk of COVID-19 seem like a bunch of fools. You can go to the grocery store, as long as you’re shouting BLM you can jam into large crowds, but you can’t quietly spread out in a school cafeteria or church basement to vote. We were allowed to walk in our neighborhoods for exercise during our lockdown so on voting day I walked past the neighborhood polling place. The Korean voters weren’t following their own distancing guideline closely. But they did hand sanitize on entry. I wanted to go inside to see exactly how they did it but that would be a violation of our rules so I just looked in the door.

        • abcdef August 5, 2020 at 12:04 pm #

          Hi Jo-G,
          Thank you for sharing your personal observations. Out of curiosity, what was their rate of infection/spread at the time? Does SK have the same level of deaths per million population as the US? Do people wear masks in SK? And at the polling places? Does SK have a greater sense of social solidarity than the US and a willingness to follow mandated guidelines? You can tell were I am going with these questions. The fact is that SK took this pandemic much more seriously than the US did, as did much more of its populace. I think that going out and being actively social in the way in person voting entails requires low levels of infection so as to decrease the possibility of picking up the disease. We aren’t even close to being there, and I have no confidence that enough Americans will be willing to comply with mask wearing and social distancing to make that happen here in time. Out of curiosity, how long did people have to wait to vote, where you were? Suburban or urban?

    • Bobby Brown August 4, 2020 at 6:26 am #

      When you watch Epstein and Trump together, they look like 2 men who have seen each other’s boners.

      • akmofo August 4, 2020 at 7:26 am #

        BB,

        Youz a faggot too?

        Do you manicure your pussy bush hoping someone will visit, or did you completely give up on that prospect?

        • Bobby Brown August 4, 2020 at 7:33 am #

          You feel that light breeze. That’s me farting in your ugly fucking face.

          • akmofo August 4, 2020 at 8:06 am #

            Bb

            Why the hostility? Youz threatened being described a faggot? Youz to be proud of your Satanic demonic degeneracy. I thought your Vatican commie pederast comrades made this clear to youz in their propaganda schooling and echo chambers.

          • Majella August 4, 2020 at 12:13 pm #

            Why the hostility?

            Man, how unselfaware can a person be?

          • Kim August 5, 2020 at 12:01 am #

            @ Majella

            Man, how unselfaware can a person be?

            Queen of irony?

          • Majella August 5, 2020 at 5:58 pm #

            Right back at you, L’il Kimmy.

            Still making gender assumptions too, I see.

      • Kim August 5, 2020 at 12:00 am #

        The amount that your think about the genitals of other men and their fundaments is unhealthy. Again, I urge you to give up the porn. It has taken over your mind.

        • Majella August 5, 2020 at 8:38 pm #

          ..says she who IMAGINES male genitalia for Michelle Obama. Enough said.

          • benr August 5, 2020 at 9:54 pm #

            Well Michelle is far more masculine then Barry so I can see how one might make that mistake.
            Barry has also called Michelle Michael more then once.

            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XbT5dj3MuyA

            Just clicked ct = conspiracy theory.
            I love me a good ct but I need to see proof.

          • Majella August 7, 2020 at 4:25 am #

            If there’s “proof” it’s not a ‘theory’

            Also, good to hear you don’t subscribe to the ‘MO has a sack’ school of fuckwits.

    • JohnAZ August 4, 2020 at 11:23 am #

      We are changing from a system where a percentage of ballots are by mail to one where all ballots are mailed in. The USPS is very poorly run, and the capability for fraud is the same as for the rest of the corrupted Deep State.

      The Deep State is the evil distorting this country right now. The last vestige of independence by the people showed up in the last election. The Post Office is one of many corrupted agencies of the Deep State. Giving the vote to them potentially destroys the independence of the election process.

      Of course, BB, the government never does evil, does it. Your and others here are so gullible it is amazing. Good little recruits.

      • JohnAZ August 4, 2020 at 11:24 am #

        Abcdef, too.

        • abcdef August 4, 2020 at 2:35 pm #

          Hi John AZ,
          It is one thing to slam the Federal government as incompetent–I have more than enough sympathy for that line of thinking–it is another to ignore what I offered–that the USPS is being systematically undermined by the President and by Republicans. Why? Ideological reasons of course, but it is in the Constitution!But are you seriously arguing that if you make voting easier that the President will be re-elected this November? Not because of fraud–but because more people who would otherwise be working will be voting, and if you are getting by marginally… well, you don’t like handouts and protected status for the wealthy and people telling you that you are not going to be protected and even protected less … so, how will they vote, I wonder?

  50. SoftStarLight August 4, 2020 at 1:20 am #

    Leaked police bodycam footage of George Floyd’s arrest is out. It seems like he is really tweaking and highly agitated that he is tied up with the law yet again. I almost wonder if he literally worked himself up into a heart attack and why this footage wasn’t released much sooner. He started talking about claustrophobia and being unable to breath before he was tackled to the ground. Seems like a massive panic attack. He is acting a liitle too and even his friend tells him to stop resisting. They probably should have just called for an ambulance right away and made him sit on the ground until the ambulance got there?

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8576371/Police-bodycam-footage-shows-moment-moment-arrest-George-Floyd-time.html

    • BackRowHeckler August 4, 2020 at 6:44 am #

      Fentanyl and Meth have a strange affect on people. It weakens the heart, and makes them resist arrest.

      • Bobby Brown August 4, 2020 at 6:47 am #

        Kneeling on someone’s neck has a strange effect too. It makes you dead.

        • SoftStarLight August 4, 2020 at 9:41 am #

          Not for everyone. It’s not as if this tactic hasn’t be used on other people. He was having trouble breathing basically once the altercation started. That is why I was saying that it seems like they should have just called an ambulance right away and just restrained him until it arrived. He is obviously bugged out. I also don’t understand why there wasn’t someone who was trying to calm him down and get his breathing calmed down. All someone would have had to do is say “Ok you say you are wanting to comply, ok, I’m gonna need you to stop moving and struggling and start breathing for me ok. I’m going to breath with you ok.” He seemed like a big overgrown child needing guidance.

          • Bobby Brown August 4, 2020 at 11:27 am #

            Big overgrown kid???Are freakin kidding me???? Your white privilege is phosphorescent. He was scared out of his mind. He was begging the cops please please don’t shoot me. He was scared he would be dead in a few minutes if he made the tiniest of mistakes. Do you have any idea what it is like to be a big strong black man in a white man’s world? Obviously NOT.

          • SoftStarLight August 4, 2020 at 1:13 pm #

            I feel bad for him ok and what happened. I am serious about what I said regarding this seeming to be a medical need more than anything else. He needed someone to put him in a rehab right away and no one did. And if he was so scared of getting shot I can promise you he wouldn’t have been resisting and doing things to create a more chaotic situation. Anyone knows the more chaos the more likely a shot is going to go off.

          • Sredni Vashtar August 4, 2020 at 3:31 pm #

            Woman thinks she’s George Floyd’s mother. Why isn’t she at home with her real kid or kids?

            https://vdare.com/posts/the-voice-of-america-inside-the-psyche-of-a-white-female-blm-rioter

          • benr August 5, 2020 at 12:14 am #

            All this George Floyd mania is a joke the guy had a massive panic attack from an over dose and expired H e was going to die without a narcan injection.
            The entire video showed him hyperventilating from the start and acting like a maniac and resisting.
            The narrative portrayed was false and used for lighting a marxist revolution in our country.

          • SoftStarLight August 5, 2020 at 2:27 am #

            I think she says kids. I’m wondering who is watching them with her being out late at night like that. And too, putting oneself in potential harms way seems outlandish to me in the circumstance. Her first concern needs to be who is going to take care of her kids if something happens to her. So your question has created questions lol. I can’t relate to her white guilt because I don’t feel that way. But I mean it was sad and he sounds sad and so upset in that video it really does make this primordial feeling well up in you of just wanting to help him, calm him down. It’s truly horrendous how our media here has hidden the full details and distorted the view into what happened. Now I can totally get the much earlier reporting of him having fentanyl and meth in his system. At first they reported it as if it was an almost unimportant little detail. Now it’s completely clear he was od’ing. And even though I have sympathy and empathy, I do realize he wasn’t like an upstanding citizen or anything so the fauxish (IMO) rage is very bizarre to me personally as it won’t bring him back and it may alienate potential supporters.

        • amb August 4, 2020 at 1:35 pm #

          Yeah, but who cares if the victim is human scum and a liability to society?

          • Majella August 4, 2020 at 9:35 pm #

            Everyone is ‘Somebody’s Darling’, amb. Even you.

        • Kim August 5, 2020 at 12:05 am #

          @ Bobby Brown

          “Kneeling on someone’s neck has a strange effect too. It makes you dead.”

          Coroner reported that he did died of neither strangulation nor suffocation. It appears that in fact – tragically – he was taken from us by drugs.

          [You may now reply with something about poop and/or penises.]

          • benr August 5, 2020 at 12:16 am #

            Yes he had fentanyl in his system.

            Symptoms may include shallow breathing, confusion, lessened alertness, and loss of consciousness.

          • amb August 5, 2020 at 3:13 pm #

            People like that are always on the path to killing themselves. Cop did him a favor.

  51. SoftStarLight August 4, 2020 at 1:35 am #

    Listen Florida Man!

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=9&feature=emb_title&v=tkGPn5Ls6zE

  52. SoftStarLight August 4, 2020 at 2:01 am #

    A political equivalent of Event 201? And look at the players. Obama people, Clinton people, Soros people, Gates people….Google!! These are the lockdown people too. Everything is about the election and how they will win no matter what happens. Even secession is all good if it works.

    https://thenationalpulse.com/politics/establishment-election-interference/

  53. dowd August 4, 2020 at 5:25 am #

    Yes, it’s all going according to the devil’s plan.

    • SoftStarLight August 4, 2020 at 9:43 am #

      That’s what he wants you to believe. Don’t listen to his whispers. He is only as powerful as you let him be.

  54. Bobby Brown August 4, 2020 at 6:25 am #

    If you had told me that the bloggers here would tolerate 150,000 dead Americans, half the economy shutdown, sports gone, school gone, everyone wearing masks and not touching each other with a 6 foot pole, government officials touting unproven and dangerous solutions I would have laughed and said you’re crazy. But now seeing all of you… it’s the most pathetic thing I could have imagined. All of you are so small.

    • BackRowHeckler August 4, 2020 at 6:37 am #

      And Seawolf is Big!

    • SoftStarLight August 4, 2020 at 9:46 am #

      Does this make you feel big and bad and bold lol? Oh you are so smart I can’t believe you didn’t have an answer for the pandemic like the first day it started. I mean, aren’t you kinda busy like saving the world right now or something? How do you even have time to check in with us lowlifes when you are so busy saving the world Big Bad Bobby Brown?

      • JohnAZ August 4, 2020 at 11:12 am #

        SSL

        He isn’t saving the world, just bitching and name calling against folks actually trying to save the world. Like all Progressives, whose main program is to destroy the world so they acquire power. Bobby shows up? Flip to the next post!

      • abcdef August 4, 2020 at 2:40 pm #

        Hi SoftStarLight,
        But we DO have answers–it is the reason why Americans do not support the President’s handling of this crisis–because other countries we can read about and see on the news are doing BETTER than we are. You can denigrate Bobby Brown as much as you want, but the evidence is before you–the President chose the path of initially basically IGNORING this crisis. Well, guess what, there are a set of options better than that, and we still cannot get it together as a nation on this.

        • SoftStarLight August 5, 2020 at 2:36 am #

          Because the nation is way too much of a hodge podge. We lack an actually united culture. Say what you want but Trump would have been criticized no matter, and in spite of, any response. It’s beyond a tired story. And Trump’s current approval rating is higher than Obama’s was at the same in his presidency.

          • abcdef August 5, 2020 at 12:24 pm #

            Hi SoftStarLight,
            What “cultural disunity” do you have in mind here? I agree that we are a hodge podge politically–federalism makes a centralised response harder to implement, but other countries have federal systems and have done way better than us. Ethnically, other countries have “melting pots” of minorities, and they seem able to handle the COVID better than we do.

            I get one difference though–the American emphasis on individuality. If I really believe I can do what I like, then, doing things that go against health mandates is an OK thing that expresses my individuality. As I said before, other countries that are successfully tackling this crisis have better social solidarity than the US and really understand that personal actions also affect others in the case of a pandemic. That is not universally believed here.

            As for being criticised, no matter what, I agree–that is a fair criticism to level–but that comes with the turf, as President, in a two party system. The question is: Did the President handle this crisis well? I think the answer is no. We can disagree on that. As for the polls, you could be right that DT will come back and surprise everyone. BO didn’t have a botched pandemic response weighing him down, though…

          • Majella August 5, 2020 at 8:53 pm #

            And Trump’s current approval rating is higher than Obama’s was at the same in his presidency.

            Google: “What was Obama approval rating in 2012?”

            Historical comparison

            Order President Approval average
            45 Trump 40
            44 Obama 47.9
            43 G. W. Bush 49.4
            42 Clinton 55.1

    • benr August 4, 2020 at 10:33 am #

      Man you are sooOOoo000 full of it.

  55. BackRowHeckler August 4, 2020 at 6:36 am #

    Last night in Hartford, 9 people shot. It would be redundant to say “in the community,” since the entire city is “the community”. No big deal, the big news here is a tropical storm is moving in. Sure it has to be reported, but why frighten Whitey in the suburbs unnecessarily, and distract from the Covid-19 Doomsday Message. Besides, last weekend Community Members were shot in New London, Meriden, and Manchester, small cities that not long ago were quite civilized. Interestingly enough, cities large and small where Community Members are engaging in deadlly gunplay are cities where BLM agitation is still occurring. There appears to be a commensurate relationship. The other night in New Haven a Comnunity Member shot full of holes inside a car on an I-95 offramp, enough of a novelty to remain in the news cycle for a few hours.

    Brh

    • BackRowHeckler August 4, 2020 at 8:18 am #

      There is some good news in the Community based mayhem, carnage and bloodshed: Community Member in New Haven who police thought was shot? Well, he was actually stabbed … a bunch of times. But he’s just as dead. At least we know the stringent gun control measures are working.

      Brh

      • SoftStarLight August 4, 2020 at 9:50 am #

        But Brh, all is good! This is the community at its best. Well! Actually it could be “better”. Give it time!

  56. Bobby Brown August 4, 2020 at 7:07 am #

    “We’re lower than the world.” Donald Trump
    “Lower than the world?” Jonathan Swan

  57. Bobby Brown August 4, 2020 at 7:09 am #

    “1,000 people a day are dying.” Jonathan Swan
    “You can’t do that.” Donald Trump

  58. akmofo August 4, 2020 at 7:57 am #

    Woke faggot Ellen Degenerate is not so woke after all. #CancelEllen

    Seems this little German demon was child raped by her German pederast father (so what’s new) and now we have another demon leashed on the world. Her coworkers attest that our demon is one nasty piece of work and are suing the show for being a toxic environment for its workers.

    Very likely the show will be canceled, as the Vatican faggot propaganda and false image it projected to its audience is completely opposite to that of reality (again, what’s new).

    • GreenAlba August 4, 2020 at 9:00 am #

      “child raped by her German pederast father”

      *Step father*.

      And assault at age 15-16, rather than rape, it seems.

      Horrendous and inexcusable just the same, but making stuff up rarely helps anyone except propagandists.

      https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-48443974

      And I knew nothing about it until now. It’s astonishing how easy information is to find.

      You have a serious problem with the truth, akmofo. If your cause is just you don’t need to embellish it.

      • akmofo August 4, 2020 at 9:10 am #

        She was properly adopted. That’s her legal father.

        • GreenAlba August 4, 2020 at 12:39 pm #

          Still not her biological father – your should have clarified. If someone says ‘father’ people assume it’s the biological father unless otherwise stated. Being sexually assaulted is awful whoever does it, but don’t pretend it’s not worse if it’s your own father.

          Sly.

          • akmofo August 4, 2020 at 2:04 pm #

            You want to read more into this then there is, that’s your prerogative.

            Again. He is her father. That’s how the law sees it, that’s how Jewish law sees it, and that’s how I see it.

            My grandfather married my grandmother after she was with child and her husband was murdered by the Nazis. My grandmother escaped the horror of Nazi Europe on foot to Kazakhstan, with my mom as an infant child and my grandmother’s 12 year old brother. You can just imagine what that was like. They were the only survivors from an extended family of hundreds. I did not know my grandfather adopted my mom until he passed away. He was always my grandfather. There was never even the smallest hint otherwise.

          • GreenAlba August 4, 2020 at 3:04 pm #

            You are being deliberately obtuse. You know perfectly well that any normal person would regard a sexual assault by a biological parent as worse than a non-biological parent. I have no idea if she was adopted anyway – if she was adopted, I’d assume he’d be referred to as her adoptive father, rather than her stepfather.

          • akmofo August 4, 2020 at 3:51 pm #

            I’m not being anything. I relayed the facts as I saw and I understood them. You being desperate to “catch me” in some kind of an half-baked gotcha is your hangup.

          • Majella August 4, 2020 at 9:42 pm #

            Kosherman said:

            You want to read more into this then there is, that’s your prerogative.”

            Once again, you demonstrate how utterly blind to your own contradictions you are. It was YOU who “read more into this”.

          • Nightowl August 5, 2020 at 5:29 pm #

            Narcissistic injury sustained. Ten points to Ack. That was beautiful.

          • Majella August 5, 2020 at 6:02 pm #

            Narcissistic injury sustained. Ten points to Ack. That was beautiful.

            Yet another example of how narrowly you view the world. Your self-appointment as ‘scorekeeper’ is truly amusing.

          • GreenAlba August 5, 2020 at 8:44 pm #

            Majella, don’t worry about the little muppet’s projecting – seriously, just look at the two comments he’s bothered to come on here to make today. If that’s not a wounded narcissist on its last little legs, I don’t know what is. If the dialogue had been reversed he’d have said exactly the same thing. Every time he does it is just more evidence.of his desperation.

            It’ll take him a while to recover from having his pet belief put in context by a real doctor on here last time. It must hurt so badly.

            Bless him, poor wee wounded scone.

          • GreenAlba August 6, 2020 at 7:59 am #

            Picture the scene…

            An enthusiastic #MeToo advocate comes on here and translates Ellen de Generes’ ‘my creepy stepfather fondled my breasts’ as ‘my father raped me.’

            Enraged CFNers descend upon her with incandescent rage, saying ‘fondling someone’s breasts isn’t rape and your stepdad isn’t your father!!.

            Night Howl swoops in gallantly to her rescue, saying if she says fondling Ellen’s breasts was rape then it was rape. And if she says Ellen’s creepy stepdad is her father, he’s her father.

            #KnightowlInShiningArmour.

            “When I use a word,” Humpty Dumpty said, in rather a scornful tone, “it means just what I choose it to mean—neither more nor less.” “The question is,” said Alice, “whether you can make words mean so many different things.” “The question is,” said Humpty Dumpty, “which is to be master—that’s all.”

            And we know who wants to be master.

          • Majella August 6, 2020 at 9:22 pm #

            GA – Yes…where IS he? Licking his wounds? The psychic pus load may be getting quite overwhelming for his ego-immune system.

            No doubt, he’ll be back, just as nasty as ever, but without a word of acknowledgment that he has been nailed, that HCQ is not a miracle cure or prophylactic and that Dr. Ronny “The Candy Man” Jackson had long since departed the W.H. Medical Corps when Tweets was claiming his collegial relationship (with implied personal acquaintanceship) and accusing you & your GP Doctor of being ‘arrogant’ in knowing more about it than Dr. Candy Man.

            Or perhaps his Corporate Masters (Ha! If only they knew the joke was on THEM!). Perhaps an offshore assignment? Somewhere quiet, like Vietnam, and a long way from the Frankfurt office…I guess his colleagues had had enough! After all, we only get the odd crumb of his wondrousness, when he chooses to bless us with it. They have it all day EVERY day. Poor sods.

          • GreenAlba August 7, 2020 at 7:04 am #

            Yes, he’ll be back. And he’ll be at it again next time there’s another pro-HCQ trial reported (which there probably will be (out of 200 or so), because with some strains of the virus it seems to help). Because he still probably hasn’t got the point of the doc’s actual post.

            He needs VENGEANCE. And, as with the above, he doesn’t even think about what he’s actually saying. Vengeance, NOW.

            We’re still waiting for the apology to capt spaulding for taunting him about ‘remote viewing’. There will be no apologies for his childish vendetta or his grandstanding (‘the wreckage is total’; ‘laugh long and hard, kidz’).

            I’ve apologised (even to the Narc-owl!); you’ve apologised; benr has apologised; elysianfield has apologised. The Narc-owl can’t apologise. Not in its DNA.

            He’s not so much hurting (although he is) as seething. Fizzing. Sizzling. Plotting. Preciousssssssss…

          • GreenAlba August 7, 2020 at 8:26 am #

            TL;DR

            GA: We don’t know enough yet.
            Narc-owl: I DO!!

            Dunning-Kruger. With bells on.

    • SoftStarLight August 4, 2020 at 10:01 am #

      She is reportedly very mean, heartless, and abusive herself and allowed her staff to be abusive to others. There is more to the story some believe. Like she may be tied in to worldwide child trafficking. That could just be a myth but just saying. Anyway. Bye Felicia!

      • malthuss August 5, 2020 at 12:33 am #

        and she doesnt donate much to charity, like Roseanne Barr. maybe 1% of millions go to the needy.

        • SoftStarLight August 5, 2020 at 2:39 am #

          Did Roseanne move to Israel? Last I paid attention it seemed like she was studying Judaism and getting info on Israeli citizenship.

    • benr August 4, 2020 at 10:32 am #

      Please stop tossing around the word faggot it is akin to calling a black person nigger, white person cracker a jew a kike.
      I’m not pro gay nor anti its just not necessary to a conversation.

      • CancelMyCard August 4, 2020 at 10:42 am #

        People calling others “faggot” are almost always projecting their own hidden homosexual tendencies.

        Akmofo likely has some serious psycho-sexual issues that he hasn’t resolved.

        His MO is to denigrate those with a POV different from his own, by using ad hominem attacks and puerile name-calling.

        I’m amazed that JHK has banned many others here for less than what this troll continues to act out.

        • akmofo August 4, 2020 at 11:55 am #

          Card Holder,

          You’re way off base. My hostility to faggots and commies stems as reaction to their complete cultural and political overreach and subversion. What’s happening in the world today is truly surrealistic, and I’ve determined that I will not put up with it anymore. And where I’m first the others will soon follow. They always do. These faggots and commies have basically declared war on us and our culture, and I intend to return them in kind.

          As I said before, when it’s all said and done these faggot commie fatheads are going to be squashed into fertilizer. There’s going to blood shed, because they’ve made it impossible otherwise. There will be no more compromise. No more live and let live. Obviously they do not abide by such norms.

          • CancelMyCard August 4, 2020 at 12:50 pm #

            Akmofo,

            I’m not saying that you don’t have something of value to contribute, but . . .

            You undercut your reasoning/rationale by attacking the humanity and dignity of others here simply because they have a different perspective/worldview.

            Your claims would be more influential and have more credibility if you simply criticized others’ POV with a sturdy, documented, and reasoned counter-argument.

            Name-calling offers nothing to recommend it, and detracts from the points you are making.

          • akmofo August 4, 2020 at 1:10 pm #

            Card Holder,

            I don’t have any claims, and I’m not engaged in a debate or any arguments. Personal behavior and deviancy that should have remained personal and private, has now become school curriculum to little kids and is pushed by the MSM Vatican propaganda outlets as a global cultural norm. I’m not going to put up with it. I intend to erase it, and those that stand in the way will be erased with it. These faggots have crossed the line, and I intend to cross them out of existence. It might take a few years, but their day will come. It always does.

          • SoftStarLight August 4, 2020 at 1:22 pm #

            Then I assume CMC you will be complying with your preaching and living up to your word? I have noticed many times when you have used ad hominem attacks. And you hurt me deeply but I allowed myself to suffer in silence rather than to lash out at you. I hope your discipline will be as strong.

          • Sredni Vashtar August 4, 2020 at 2:11 pm #

            Pope Benedict remarked on that recently. In today’s world anyone you doesn’t believe in gay marriage is deemed a monster unfit for uncivilized company. The speed of the transformation, both in the Church and in the West at large, is simply extraordinary. The “revolutions” are from above. It’s already been decided at high levels before it becomes an issue demonstrated on the streets, reported in the media, legislated in state and national capitals, and disputed in the state and national courts.

            The fish rots from the head.

        • Majella August 4, 2020 at 12:02 pm #

          Correct, CmyC

          • GreenAlba August 4, 2020 at 12:44 pm #

            Seconded.

            And thank you, benr, too, for standing up against this revolting behaviour.

            My nephew happens to be gay. He’s not a faggot, or a commie, or part of any government mafia, or a satanist. He’s just a lovely young man, who loves his family and works for a living like everyone else. And he’s not trying to make anyone else gay – he didn’t choose to be gay himself.

          • akmofo August 4, 2020 at 1:25 pm #

            I have sympathy for your nephew. He is a broken human being. I wouldn’t wish his predicament on anyone. He will continue to have my sympathy and apathy as long as he keeps his predicament private where it belongs.

            But that’s not what we generally have. What we have is a coercion of this broken sexuality on others as a cultural societal norm. This coercion is an unacceptable war on society and it will be met with war in return.

            That’s where we are now. We are at war.

          • Sredni Vashtar August 4, 2020 at 2:15 pm #

            Quite so: If allowed, the Global State will put them above ordinary people – “breeders”, “hets”, “cisgenders” as they so nicely call us – as many Western nations have already begun to do.

            War is upon us. And if we waited until the dullest among us realizes it, we’d be sure to lose.

          • GreenAlba August 4, 2020 at 2:55 pm #

            Your sympathy is neither welcome nor necessary, since my nephew is not in any predicament. He is who he is, with the full love and support of his family, and is not in any way broken. He is a happy, productive, hard-working and artistic individual. His macho heterosexual brother, on the other hand, was broken by the vicissitudes of his relatively short life and is now dead. My gay nephew will continue to be a support to his family, who have also lost their father. Your wilful ignorance does you no credit.

          • akmofo August 4, 2020 at 3:35 pm #

            Your nephew isn’t normal. He is a deformity. And like anyone with a deformity he has my sympathy. And that’s where it ends.

          • GreenAlba August 5, 2020 at 6:44 am #

            You appear as a deformity to me, Mr Mofo, but you don’t have my sympathy, because you chose to be a sponge for all sorts of idiotic nonsense.

  59. Bobby Brown August 4, 2020 at 8:33 am #

    While talking about John Lewis, the most iconic Civil Rights Activist of his generation.
    “I’ve done more for black people than anybody.” Donald Trump
    “Really. More than Lyndon Johnson who passed the Civil Rights Act.” Jonathan Swan
    “Well how did that work out?” Donald Trump
    The man lives in a fairy tale world of make believe and magical thinking. To call him clueless would be insulting to clues. More than Martin Luther King. Al Sharpton. Jesse Jackson. More than JFK or RFK????? He lives in LaLa land.

    • SoftStarLight August 4, 2020 at 10:07 am #

      Zoinks! An insult to clues!? OMG whatever will we do!!

    • JohnAZ August 4, 2020 at 11:06 am #

      The Black community made more economic progress under the last three years of Trump than ever before. Until Covid and the Democrats tearing down the economy for the express purpose of beating Trump. All those other folks you mentioned are apologists for a gimme Black community. Trump put Blacks to work lifting them out of a quagmire of poverty.

      As signed up to by Herman Cain, a very successful Black who also recently died. Where was his fancy funeral?

      • Bobby Brown August 4, 2020 at 11:21 am #

        That may or may not be true. I have not seen anything pro or con. The question is what did Trump do? Specifically? Civil Rights Act. War on Poverty. Welfare. Specifically, what did Trump do for blacks?

        • JohnAZ August 4, 2020 at 12:41 pm #

          Listen to this. Trump unlocked the potential of the economy of the US. He did it by presenting to the entrepreneurs of the country an open field, to invest and profit. He did it unbiased, all ethnic groups benefitted. Don’t you see when you do the things you mentioned, civil rights, war on poverty etc. , you are making folks more dependent on the government, for the Blacks you are extending their dependence on the yes, Massah, way of thinking. Yes, Massah, Uncle Sam, tell me what to do to get my stipend.

          The real racism is demonstrated by everyone who wants the Blacks to maintain their dependence, especially the BLM movement and their dependence on their Massah, the Democratic Party.

          Blacks were succeeding along with everyone else.

          Then Covid hit.

          • Bobby Brown August 4, 2020 at 2:41 pm #

            It was hard for a black man to find a job back in the 1960’s. That’s why Lyndon Johnson enacted affirmative action. My father was a cargo manager for a small airline. One of the loaders was a black man. My father had some health issues that put him in the hospital for a month during the summer of I think 1967. I remember I was like 6 or 7 years old. That black man came to our house and mowed our yard every week while my father was sick. Wasn’t asked. Wasn’t paid. My father’s 3 brothers didn’t even visit him, let alone offer to help him or his family. He was grateful my father had given him a job, and he wanted to show his gratitude and respect. You’re wrong about black people. They don’t want a hand out.

          • benr August 4, 2020 at 5:52 pm #

            @bb

            Damn I did not think you had it in you to make a post actually worth reading.

            You may got off the dunce stool and take the pointy hat off until you decide to post another drool filled post about how you hate Trump.

            Good on you seadolt.

          • Kim August 5, 2020 at 12:09 am #

            @ Bobby Brown

            My father was a cargo manager for a small airline.

            Who told you that?

          • Kim August 5, 2020 at 3:42 am #

            Yawn! I am feeling sleepy. I think it must be the bed time stories.

        • Sredni Vashtar August 4, 2020 at 2:18 pm #

          Trump released large numbers of Black felons out of concern for their health, enabling them to get in on the looting and rioting. What more could any Black man ask?

          He is a friend to the Black Man! Always concerned about their numbers. Always ready to boast about helping them – while never even mentioning his White base.

          I will hold my nose as I vote for Trump.

          • benr August 4, 2020 at 5:50 pm #

            Did you not hold your nose the first time?
            I sure did but compared to what the other side is offering he is like a fat baby orange haired Jesus.

          • CancelMyCard August 4, 2020 at 7:44 pm #

            You will not have to hold your nose, since it is buried so far up Trump;’s ass that you literally cannot breath except for his farts.

            Don’t tell us here and now that you are reforming your opinion of his inept administration!

            YOU have backed this warped POS from the beginning.

            Don’t let us down now, Janos, and try to convince us that you have had ANY kind of change of mind.

            Once a right-wing racist,
            Always a right-wing racist.

            Don’t let your fans down now.

      • abcdef August 4, 2020 at 2:47 pm #

        Hi JohnAZ,
        Two things:
        1. Economic prosperity is an important factor to take into account in considering whether black folks are better off. Is it the only criteria that you think is important? Because if it isn’t, a lot of black folks think that things have gotten worse, just ask the BLM people.
        2. Just as a fact checking: https://www.usnews.com/news/politics/articles/2020-06-07/ap-fact-check-trump-exaggerations-on-blacks-economic-gains

  60. scoubidou123 August 4, 2020 at 8:55 am #

    Mr Kunstler states: “In California, where anybody with a driver’s license is automatically registered to vote via the 2015 “New Motor Voter Act,” ballots will go out to 600,000 un-documented non-citizens”.

    That seems a little far-fetched. I tried to look into this, and it seems that, though people are not being asked point blank whether they are citizens, they are asked questions that would make them ineligible.

    Though I don’t *believe* there is any verification of that information and so people are taken at their word, it’s not quite the same as saying: if you have a driver’s license, you WILL have the right to vote.

    Can anyone confirm?

    • benr August 4, 2020 at 10:26 am #

      California did in deed pass a law that automatically signs people up top vote.
      They must check a box to opt out of being signed up to vote and they had over 800k sign up in a pretty short time.
      New York has also adopted some such law.
      That could be around 2 million illegal aliens allowed to vote in just two states.

      • sophia August 4, 2020 at 10:40 am #

        Who passes such laws?State legislature? It is treason!

        • Sredni Vashtar August 4, 2020 at 2:21 pm #

          California is gone. And a fair number of Hispanics may enjoy being illegals, with the privileges that come with that. The White Cosmics ask, Why shouldn’t they vote too? Indeed. Why not anything? Our Western norms and laws mean nothing to them.

          • malthuss August 5, 2020 at 12:20 am #

            them is invaders or white libs?

      • scoubidou123 August 4, 2020 at 2:38 pm #

        Looking it up, I came across:
        https://www.hoover.org/research/californias-motor-voter-system-unsafe-any-speed

        which says:
        “the questionnaire aggregates five separate characteristics (including age and citizenship status) into one yes-or-no prompt as to whether an applicant is eligible to vote. If an applicant either doesn’t understand the terms of the question, or chooses not to answer it honestly, that raises a concern as to whether the state has a filter with which to make sure non-citizens don’t receive a ballot.”

        Seems to be saying: people are asked questions such as: are you 18, a citizen not in prison etc to sort out whether you are eligible to vote.

        There seems to be no check on your answers if you lie, but that’s still not the same as: if you have driver’s license, then you have the right to vote.

        • Majella August 4, 2020 at 7:37 pm #

          Very fine point. benr has been on this hobby-horse for months. Time to get off it, benr.

        • benr August 4, 2020 at 11:53 pm #

          It is 100% the point thgey have to opt out by unchecking.
          I posted the actual details on this very blog one can find the link if it has not been scrubbed.
          It makes sense that the leftist controlled media is scrubbing the details to hide the fact elections are being rigged for Democrat wins no matter the cost or the amount of lies needed to do so.
          @Maj

          You don’t control the tempo of what is talked about how about you give your constant lying for the DNC a rest.

          • Majella August 5, 2020 at 5:24 am #

            I have no truck with or for the DNC. Get a fucking clue, benr…

          • benr August 5, 2020 at 10:02 am #

            Sure you don’t yet every post you make screams it to the world.
            Sure calm down don’t get your stained bvd’s in a bunch.

            Not sure you realize just what a liar you appear to be when you make statements like the above yet you do.
            So either you are in complete denial about your own belief system or you know to be embarrassed about it.

          • Majella August 5, 2020 at 4:15 pm #

            Like I said, get a clue.

            The fact that I despise the current occupant of the White House and deplore the CT nutjob thinking of those hereabouts who believe (deludedly) that the sun shines out of his arse, AND that I have a socialist bent in my view on how the world should operate DOES NOT make me a”Democrat”.

            The Democratic Party of the US is lost. It’s sits to the right of the most right-wing political party in my home country, and many other western democracies as well.

            Why do I have to re-explain this every few months? Because ideologues like you simply squeeze anyone not in agreement with you into a box of simplistic, well-defined memes you can attack without having to think.

          • benr August 5, 2020 at 4:52 pm #

            So which is it are you ashamed of your opinion, just delusional or a willful liar? My guess a little of all three.
            I also noted that you side stepped a very simple question so I guess I hit the mark and you are sitting in your doctor boyfriends basement in stained undies spittle flying ranting and raving like a Socialist loving lunatic.

            Better you move back to where you came from instead of will fully trying to destroy the country you are now in we have enough enemies that you support hook line and sinker.

          • Majella August 5, 2020 at 6:05 pm #

            Geez, benr. You’re losing your shit big-time here, mate.

            Also, incidentally, as it is of no consequence, I cannot discern your ‘very simple question’. I guess I have to put it down to your functional illiteracy?

          • benr August 5, 2020 at 6:59 pm #

            Odd I see the disconnect the question is no longer showing.

            What is a ct nutjob?

          • benr August 5, 2020 at 7:12 pm #

            @maj

            I owe you an apology you answered my question up the blog and yes I am having a tough go of it work is super stressful this work from home nonsense has me doing triple duty.

          • Majella August 5, 2020 at 8:59 pm #

            benr, most gracious of you.

            But, hey, whenever someone disagrees with you, it is NOT, ipso facto a “LIE”. Do you agree with THAT?

          • benr August 5, 2020 at 9:57 pm #

            @maj

            Nope common sense would dictate such but over time one sees trends.

          • Majella August 6, 2020 at 11:03 pm #

            “@maj

            Nope common sense would dictate such but over time one sees trends.

            benr – you’re no doubt aware that the human mind is a pattern-recognition machine, first & foremost. But while the mind WANTS to see a pattern (trend) and so will usually FIND one, that doesn’t necessarily make it true.

            I express my honest opinion hereabouts. I DON’T ‘lie’ for the DNC. Please, drop that tiresome old trope. You express your honest opinions too, but you tend to toss in a little too much unsupportable hyperbole. I know you’re genuine in your stated beliefs, but someone disagreeing with you doesn’t make them a ‘liar’. Otherwise, I’d have to reciprocate and assume every right-wing, anti-left statement you make is a deliberate ‘lie’. Are they?

    • Boris Seymour August 4, 2020 at 11:24 am #

      Assembly Bill No. 1461
      CHAPTER 729

      An act to amend Sections 2100 and 2102 of, and to add Chapter 4.5 (commencing with Section 2260) to Division 2 of the Elections Code, relating to elections.

      [ Approved by Governor October 10, 2015. Filed with Secretary of State October 10, 2015. ]

      LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL’S DIGEST

      AB 1461, Gonzalez. Voter registration: California New Motor Voter Program.
      Existing law, the federal National Voter Registration Act of 1993, requires a state to, among other things, establish procedures to register a person to vote by application made simultaneously with an application for a new or renewal of a motor vehicle driver’s license. The federal act requires the motor vehicle driver’s license application to serve as an application for voter registration with respect to an election for federal office, unless the applicant fails to sign the application, and requires the application to be considered as updating the applicant’s previous voter registration, if any. The federal act defines “motor vehicle driver’s license” to include any personal identification document issued by a state motor vehicle authority.(K) A notation that the applicant has attested that he or she meets all voter eligibility requirements, including United States citizenship, specified in Section 2101.

  61. Pucker August 4, 2020 at 8:59 am #

    Are people today an asset or a liability? What about AI robots? In a pre-industrial society, such as the Antebellum South, the absence of machines meant that strong backs and weak minds were highly valued. People with high IQs were not valued as they were a huge pain-in-the-ass.

    “ Even though Louis XVI never knew how many subjects he had, he knew they were the source of his kingdom’s wealth and power. More people meant more taxpayers, and therefore greater royal revenue. It meant more potential recruits for the royal army in times of war. More enslaved blacks in the colonies meant more valuable tropical crops, such as sugar and coffee, lucrative exports that French merchants sold to the rest of Europe.”

    Jeremy D. Popkin
    A New World Begins: The History of the French Revolution

    • SoftStarLight August 4, 2020 at 10:10 am #

      Simple and easy solution. Keep the smart ones busy with lots of projects and let the dumb ones get enough play time in so they stay happy. Gosh! I could be such an awesome President.

      • Pucker August 4, 2020 at 10:58 am #

        Or turn those poor people who are not viable as consumers or workers into protesters or prisoners in privately owned prisons? Bring in the illegal Mexicans to do the low end work….

        • SoftStarLight August 4, 2020 at 1:29 pm #

          Hmmm, well my calculations are telling me that this is what you would do if you wished to collapse the society in question. I would be unable to perform such operations since my natural programming would lead me to attempt to rehabilitate and improve lives :-).

  62. sophia August 4, 2020 at 10:39 am #

    Wow, this is a disheartening post, mostly about the mail-in election. I don’t know anything about the law but I don’t see how the various states can issue such edicts. What are the reasons and laws behind the present system? How can it be legal to mail ballots to those holding driver’s licenses but who are not citizens? How can it be possible to have less rather than more checking for a mail-in ballot? I had rather hoped that the shenanigans that have arisen over the mail-in ballots for the primary would put paid to the notion of repeating it nationally in November.
    There is increasing talk of civil war. Those who are really prepared to fight it – those with guns and who have some patriotism for this country – have absolutely no desire to engage but will do so if the election is stolen.
    It is almost certain that if there is a mail-in election all bets are off so far as having the citizenry respect or believe the results. It will be regarded as illegitimate because that is exactly what it will be. And when you consider that a dishonestly stolen election will mean the implementation of a totalitarian state, I am sorry to say that I will support the civil war as being necessary and a civic duty.

    • JohnAZ August 4, 2020 at 10:59 am #

      A civic duty!

      You are following the tenets of the Declaration of Independence. TJ knew, they all did, that a long existing government creates corruption and power mongering and that evil congregates where strong government exists. So his statement is that it is the responsibility of the people to overthrow a government when it becomes oppressive.

      The vote is supposed to do that peaceably. Thanks to continuous corruption of the voting right by the Left, the vote is not honest any more. The entire governmental structure is so distorted to the Left, thanks to the RINOs cowardice that the people are not represented any more.

      Time for a revolution.

    • Sredni Vashtar August 4, 2020 at 2:25 pm #

      Trump made a huge error in not fighting the Covid hoax from the beginning. Probably dreaming about the profits to be made from a vaccine. In any case, now they have in on the ropes with the mail in election.

      A week ago he was raving about what a wonderful woman Dr Birx was. She’s been seen rolling her eyes in his presence. She despises him as is customary among her class.

  63. Pucker August 4, 2020 at 11:57 am #

    Did you ever attend Sunday School?

    There was this girl older than me in my Sunday School class who got me to read the 1970’s self-exploration book “Jonathan Livingston Seagull”. I think that she was horny, but, because of her age, she was confused and only obliquely aware of her horniness? I think that her feminist mom gave her the book? The think that the girl and her mom were both Witches?

    I’ve had many run ins with Witches in my life. There are many Witches out there. Usually, white women…. If there’s one thing that White Women are good at, it is Witchcraft. Hands Down….

    Ted Bundy’s Mom was a witch. His dad was allegedly a sailor on shore leave, probably a demon…. “We’re all just passing through….”

    • Bobby Brown August 4, 2020 at 12:21 pm #

      If I remember correctly that book was about excellence. The seagull teaches himself how to fly better than any other seagull.

      • JohnAZ August 4, 2020 at 12:44 pm #

        Teaching excellence for the key to success. Merit above being owed. BB, you are slipping. Sounds like conservative Thinking.

      • Pucker August 4, 2020 at 1:24 pm #

        Wasn’t “Flying” a big Feminist euphemism for Sex in the 1970’s?

        • Sredni Vashtar August 4, 2020 at 2:31 pm #

          Puck set that punch up, and youse guys walked right into it.

          I read it though, and I think it is about excellence. It was made into a movie and the actress said she felt the spirit of the seagull “actor” go into her as it died after the 100th retake of a scene where she throws it upwards.

          In the book, Jonathan dies and is reborn in a better Sea Gull realm, where other Sea Gulls care about the beauty of flying like he does. In this realm all they care about is eating, fighting and fucking – and the politics thereof in the flock.

          The author was/is an avid small plan pilot I believe.

      • benr August 4, 2020 at 5:48 pm #

        Bobby Brown looked up and Johnathon crapped right in his eye.
        Which explains why his world view is so shitty.

    • abcdef August 4, 2020 at 2:49 pm #

      This is an awesome post, Pucker, thank you.

  64. BackRowHeckler August 4, 2020 at 1:34 pm #

    Hundreds of young ‘Revolutionaries’ in Portland, Oregon, in the streets after dark surrounding the Federal Courthouse, launching professional grade fireworks at US Marshall and ICE SWAT, vandalizing property, setting fires, tearing down fences, all with the tacit approval of the Mayor and City Council … cloaked in the anonymity of the crowd, the darkness, the mask … how thrilling it must have been! “We showed those Pigs where it’s at, we own the streets ha”. Yeah, sure you do. Hundreds of hours of video, thousands of photographs, are being poured over right now by experienced investigators figuring out who’s who, paid informants are being interviewed, and plainclothes officers who circulated thru the crowds identifying terroristic crimes are giving testimony. Feds have a long memory, and these young dumbasses,1, 2, 5, or 10 years from now, long after the excitement is over, can expect a knock at the door, and standing outside are US Marshalls serving a warrant for terrorism, haha.

    Brh

    • elysianfield August 4, 2020 at 2:22 pm #

      BRH,
      Yes, the gears of justice revolve slowly, but grind exceedingly fine….

  65. elysianfield August 4, 2020 at 2:21 pm #

    Well, ladies and germs;

    An article, found on the “Counter Currents” site, describes the leadership of the Nazi party, and how their dissolute and corrupt testimony at the Nuremberg Trials betrayed their humanity. Scum! Scoundrels!

    Thank God for American values….

    https://www.counter-currents.com/2020/08/the-last-battle-part-ii-the-swan-song-of-hermann-goring/#more-121270

    • Sredni Vashtar August 4, 2020 at 2:46 pm #

      Thank you. I was reading that last night. It really show the corruption at the headwaters of our system. And a Supreme Court Justice went along with it when named to head the Nuremberg Court. So the tortured Prisoners were castigated for things the Allies had done – or were still doing! – and for laws that didn’t even exist at the time (those of the nascent Global State). Other Supreme Court Justices quietly noted the sham while Churchill gloated and reveled in the scam along with the Russians and Jews. The ultimate show trial! Supreme Court Justice Jackson realized soon that he was just the conductor and others were calling the tune.

      After defeating them again and again in the Courtroom, Goering, ever the Master, took his own life, since they would not grant him the dignity of a military execution

      CC: Göring left three suicide notes, one of which was addressed to the Allied Control Council on one of his last remaining official letterhead papers:

      I would have let you shoot me without further ado! But it is not possible to hang the German Reichsmarschall! I cannot permit this, for Germany’s sake. Besides, I have no moral obligation to submit to the justice of my enemies. I have therefore chosen the manner of death of the great Hannibal. . . It was clear from the outset that a death sentence would be pronounced against me, as I have always regarded the trial as a purely political act by the victors, but I wanted to see this trial through for my people’s sake and I did at least expect that I should not be denied a soldier’s death. Before God, my country, and my conscience I feel myself free of the blame that an enemy tribunal has attached to me.

      SV: The Trial proved to be Jackson’s swan song as well. The Nuremberg trial left a bad taste in the mouths of many of the best Americans, particularly those of German heritage. He was tainted and tarnished by its sordid stench ever after.

      • malthuss August 5, 2020 at 12:39 am #

        so start a war, kill millions and die a martyrs death?

        • Sredni Vashtar August 5, 2020 at 12:43 am #

          Did you see above what Ambrose Kane said? In response to your OMG?

    • abcdef August 4, 2020 at 5:17 pm #

      Hi elysianfield,
      Those fellows got everything they deserved. It reminded me of the line from Apocalypse Now that Kurtz shared: “And then I realized they were stronger than we, because they could stand that these were not monsters, these were men… trained cadres. These men who fought with their hearts, who had families, who had children, who were filled with love… but they had the strength… the strength… to do that. If I had ten divisions of those men, our troubles here would be over very quickly. You have to have men who are moral… and at the same time who are able to utilize their primordial instincts to kill without feeling… without passion… without judgment… without judgment! Because it’s judgment that defeats us.” As you can guess, I reject that capacity to break with yourself so completely as a sign of a diseased mind. You may think otherwise. Thankfully AH killed himself so we could avoid the gross rationalisations he would have offered in his defence at Nuremberg. Sorry, these folks were complicit in the deaths of millions of people and they had to be punished for it.

      And Sredni Vashtar, I agree, the allies did wrong as well. A firebombing of Dresden? Why not! And those who ordered it should have been held to account as well. Even if that did not happen, the deeds of the German leadership were heinous and deserved the highest censure, so the moral failings of one group does not invalidate a judgement laid of the utter human failing of the German war leadership. I would have preferred life in prison without the possibility of parole. But that is me.

      • Sredni Vashtar August 4, 2020 at 6:22 pm #

        As Patton said (before he died mysteriously), the kind of vengeance that was unleashed on both the people (starved after both wars) and leaders of Germany was “not Aryan”. Not noble and not in the traditions of our people. Rather something out of the chronicles of ancient Assyria. And the POW’s. Wow, study what was done to them. Including, unbelievably, White Russians who had fought with the Allies against Hitler. Given over to Stalin to be worked to death in Siberia. Project Keelhaul – some of the purest evidence of the Evil hat has conquered the West.

        • Bobby Brown August 4, 2020 at 6:59 pm #

          Operation Keelhaul was a low point for the Allies. But as they say Stalin held all the cards. The Red Army could have taken the whole continent, which is precisely why Patton wanted to fight them. I’ve often wondered how the Sherman tank would have done against the T-34, which I consider not only the greatest tank ever made, but the greatest weapon system ever made. It won World War 2. When you win the big one, you are the big one.

          • abcdef August 5, 2020 at 12:37 pm #

            Hi Bobby Brown,
            My two cents worth:
            Sherman would be clobbered by a T-34.
            The Panther was a better tank, but far fewer of them against T-34 and Sherman

        • CancelMyCard August 4, 2020 at 7:34 pm #

          Germany got exactly what they deserved, but not quite enough.

          They were spared the Hiroshima/Nagasaki bombs, because the Russians and Americans were close enough that the freak, disgusting, beast Hitler had to take the coward’s way out and commit suicide.

          The honorable Japanese sought surrender for the good of their country.

          What a complete pig Hitler (and his abject followers) were.

          Worship him Janos, to your everlasting shame.

          • CancelMyCard August 4, 2020 at 7:36 pm #

            And by the way, no ad hominem attacks on your personally, Janos.

            Just on your fallacious beliefs.

          • akmofo August 4, 2020 at 8:03 pm #

            Vlad is one of them unfortunate souls that swallowed German Nazi racial propaganda hook line and sinker. The German Nazis sold a bill of goods about white racism while they ravaged and devastated other white nations. The saddest thing is, that Vlad isn’t even German, but yet fell victim to their devious lies, and of-course would have been eventually exterminated by way of the German purity doctrine.

          • Sredni Vashtar August 4, 2020 at 8:32 pm #

            Anti-racist is code for Anti-White. I’m for Whites and for those who are for Whites. To our everlasting shame, America has been anti-White for a very long time.

          • Sredni Vashtar August 4, 2020 at 8:40 pm #

            Suicide is very Japanese. And the Japanese are very racially aware, putting up pictures of Black rapists outside US military bases. When a Black enters a Japanese store, the shoppers and employees will be warned over the loud speaker.

            Of course they admired Hitler! Of course!

        • abcdef August 5, 2020 at 12:35 pm #

          Hi Sredni Vashtar,
          As for treatment of prisoners and civilian populations, what do you think of the German treatment of those east of the Oder? Unless it is “Aryan” to slaughter millions. And the way that the Germans treated prisoners on the Eastern front? Agreed, it was eye for an eye, but even then, the Russians did far less to the Germans than was done to Poland, Ukraine, Belorussia, etc.

      • elysianfield August 5, 2020 at 12:35 pm #

        ” without judgment! Because it’s judgment that defeats us.” As you can guess, I reject that capacity to break with yourself so completely as a sign of a diseased mind.”

        Alpha Bet,
        To rationalize is to be human. Judgment, based on accurate and objective observations, is an intellectual positive. Judgment, based on selective, subjective observation can be flawed.

        I ofttimes wonder what the Axis powers would have been done to Eisenhower, or Marshall, had we lost the war…not to mention our political leaders. The greatest sin of a warring nation is to lose. Germany’s leaders, no more corrupt than others, showed dignity and a moral compass in the face of death. How would you define human value? Honor? Patriotism? Intelligence? Altruism?

        Complicit? Who ain’t?

        • abcdef August 5, 2020 at 12:58 pm #

          Hi elysianfield,
          I would appreciate just being called abcdef, but you choose as you wish.

          It is a good question about how the Germans would have treated allied commanders, and I have no idea. But, I will disagree with you about the moral compass claim. Reading the manner in which these men deflected their responsibility for this war, by claiming variations of Befehl ist Befehl (“an order is an order”) is a sign of moral failure, in my mind. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Superior_orders. This notion of diffused responsibility is the kind of thinking that allows genocides to take place–after all, I am one among a chain of people who gets things done, and as one, I am not responsible for the whole: I only rounded up people; I only took them to the rail yard; I only drove the train that took them to their final destination; I only put them in their barracks; I only guarded the towers; I only loaded the gas pellets; I only pulled a lever; … etc. I am a small part of a vast machine, and I am not responsible for it…

          You are required to obey orders in the armed forces, but you obey a criminal order at your own risk. No criminal order is a lawful military order (at least in the US). There might need to be a court martial to sort it out, but the willingness to disobey a criminal military order is the sign of a moral individual in my mind. And the genocidally oriented orders that the Germans issued (for Jews and for Slavs) are–in my mind and without doubt–immoral AND criminal. At least in the US army, you would not be summarily shot, as was the case in the German army at the time for disobeying an order. https://www.history.com/news/why-german-soldiers-dont-have-to-obey-orders

          Have I answered your last questions, elysianfield?

          • elysianfield August 5, 2020 at 2:25 pm #

            abcdef,
            The questions answered but not resolved. If one were to consider following orders…the Nuremberg paradigm, as aberrant, then the history of humankind is…what, mentally or morally faulted? Genocides always occur…in every decade, somewhere on Earth. It is well and good to refuse what you believe an unlawful order, but you will do so at extreme peril. I do not fault the Germans for following orders, any more than I fault the pilots of the “Mighty 8th” for following the orders of Curtis Lemay.

            There are some rules of warfare, usually agreed upon by the various combatants, but morality, which is cultural and subjective, would be miss-applied in most cases…and after the fact, any morality would mirror the morality of the victors.

            “You are required to obey orders in the armed forces, but you obey a criminal order at your own risk.”

            We must, then, hire more lawyers to parse each order we receive, lest we become criminals ourselves. It is a worthy object, but unworkable. Orders in wartime are orders…not suggestions. You win the war, you go home a hero, with stories to tell the grandkids. You lose, well, that is the real crime, isn’t it?

            It is at this juncture that reality bites feel-good morality in the ass….

            We can agree to disagree.

          • Sredni Vashtar August 5, 2020 at 2:28 pm #

            The invading Russian troops were ordered to rape German women. The other allies volunteered to do the same, Americans not excepted.

          • abcdef August 5, 2020 at 4:09 pm #

            Hi elysianfields,
            Thank you for your thoughtful reply. I disagree with the underlying premise of your claim that we can divorce issues of ethical conduct from who wins or loses. You are sympathetic to the maxim that “Those who win the wars get to write the history (and call who won moral)” but I am not.

            “If one were to consider following orders…the Nuremberg paradigm, as aberrant, then the history of humankind is…what, mentally or morally faulted?” In a word, those who participate in this behaviour today are to be morally faulted. I could claim the same of the Romans who salted the earth where Carthage once stood. I agree that it removed the perceived enemy–it does not make their behaviour moral UNLESS, you subscribe to the view that the “power to impose my will on others makes what I do moral.” There is a lot to commend Nietzsche, but this view is not something I ascribe to. Let me be clear–“aberrant” is an interesting choice of words–this behaviour is not “aberrant” in the sense of being outside the normal scope of human behaviour–I accept that it is unfortunately all too normal; all too human. That does not justify or make it right. Americans who killed people at My Lai (or No Gun Ri) believed that they were also following their commander’s orders. But that doesn’t make what they did right.

            “We must, then, hire more lawyers.” I thought that is why we have a Judge Advocate General’s Corps, right? And yes, we can indeed agree to disagree! 🙂

          • elysianfield August 5, 2020 at 9:16 pm #

            abcdef,
            I might be able to accept your premise if the basic tenants of morality were universally accepted (even in a general sense)…morality, however, is, I believe, a cultural construct…subject to local, regional, or national custom.

            Please, if you respond, do not use murder as an example. In New Guinea, they will gobble you up and thank their good fortune…only remorse they will experience is not being higher up on the totem to get the good parts….

          • abcdef August 6, 2020 at 12:44 pm #

            Hi elysianfields,
            “Please, if you respond, do not use murder as an example.”

            Murder, murder most foul!!! 🙂

            OK, I understand your view, but I have never been a fan of ethical relativism. I think that the Papua and New Guinea highlanders are morally wrong for doing as they do, even if you appear to believe that “when in Rome, do as the Romans do.” I think that leads to some spectacularly bad outcomes.

            In this, I think of the test of whether the person doing it would also be OK with it being done to them or those they love–so, I am more in favour of Kant’s Categorical Imperative, especially the maxim of ends-means which makes more intuitive sense to me than his universalizability formulation.

            Let us consider that split within Kurtz and compare it to the Germands. As a piece of speculation, it is telling that even though it could not be kept secret with so many involved, the Germans went to a lot of effort to disguise what they were doing from the world and their own populace in the Final Solution. If they truely believed it was as moral as these individuals thought it was, they wouldn’t have tried to hide it (I grant that keeping it secret would help keep the Jewish population more docile). After all, the Wannsee conference was especially tight on security, even as the participants congratulated themselves on what they were operationalizing. I think this is an example of the SPLIT consciousness and conscience that Kurtz was talking about. “Judgement defeats us” is another way of saying that ethical consideration of the Other would stop us, if we would let it. So, let us stop that judgement. I think they knew what they were doing was wrong on one level and justified it on another. It didn’t stop it from being wrong. What do you think?

          • elysianfield August 6, 2020 at 7:54 pm #

            abcdef,
            The core of the issue is…thinking it is wrong. Separate any justification or rationalization from the metric, and the issue is stripped bare. The “do unto others” suggestion is, perhaps, wishful thinking, and has a definite Christian smell to it. Every day…EVERY DAY, every person on this planet might violate that tenant in one way or another in word or deed. Moral code, or merely a suggestion?

            Consider small children. Until they are taught social graces, they will torment, steal, and visit violence on their peers. They will do so until corrected by a parent in whatever culture they are found, and the correction will mirror cultural norms. They do not appear to be innately moral. Behavior/morality is learned at their mother’s knee.

            I just do not see a universal moral code. Children who have caring parents are found to be more civilized…more “moral” then the ferals who perhaps did not get the instruction. I believe the example is apt. Have you an opposing one?

  66. tucsonspur August 4, 2020 at 8:18 pm #

    Britain was bombed by Germany throughout the war, mostly in ’40 and ’41. Who was mainly responsible for the Dresden bombing? Churchill had good reason for revenge.

    A message was also being sent to the Russians.

    “So it Goes”. Hard to believe that Vonnegut as a pow survives the Dresden bombing in a slaughterhouse meat locker. Way to go Kurt, escaping the fires of hell and then writing about them.

    Post war moralizations by non combatants are a dime a dozen. Not that they shouldn’t be made, but they’re too often made out of sentiment and a leaning towards Panglossian perspective.

    • Sredni Vashtar August 5, 2020 at 2:30 pm #

      One of the last sane liberals. He’s looking down at them now in horror. Or perhaps looking up. Or perhaps looking up and down simultaneously. Did not the Angle guarding the Garden of Eden have a sword that could cut in all directions at the same time? If we only had a weapon like that – our survival would be assured.

  67. Sredni Vashtar August 4, 2020 at 8:58 pm #

    From Lockdowns to “The Great Reset”

    08/01/2020Antony P. Mueller, Von Mises Institute

    The lockdown in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic has accelerated the implementation of long-held plans to establish a so-called new world order. Under the auspices of the World Economic Forum (WEF), global policymakers are advocating for a “Great Reset” with the intent of creating a global technocracy. It is not by coincidence that on October 18, 2019, in New York City the WEF participated in “Event 201” at the “high-level” pandemic exercise organized by the John Hopkins Center for Health Security.

    This coming technocracy involves close cooperation between the heads of the digital industry and of governments. With programs such as guaranteed minimum income and healthcare for all, the new kind of governance combines strict societal control with the promise of comprehensive social justice.

    The truth, however, is that this new world order of digital tyranny comes with a comprehensive social credit system. The People’s Republic of China is the pioneer of this method of surveillance and control of individuals, corporations, and sociopolitical entities.

    For the individual, one’s identity is reduced to an app or chip that registers almost any personal activity. In order to gain a few individual rights, and be it only to travel to a certain place, a person must balance such apparent privileges with his submission to a web of regulations that define in detail what is “good behavior” and deemed as beneficial to humankind and the environment. For example, during a pandemic, this sort of control would extend from the obligation of wearing a mask and practicing social distancing to having specific vaccinations in order to apply for a job or to travel.

    It is, in short, a type of social engineering which is the opposite of a spontaneous order or of development. Like the mechanical engineer with a machine, the social engineer—or technocrat—treats society as an object. Different from the brutal suppressions by the totalitarianism of earlier times, the modern social engineer will try to make the social machine work on its own according to the design. For this purpose, the social engineer must apply the laws of society the way the mechanical engineer follows the laws of nature. Behavioral theory has reached a stage of knowledge that makes the dreams of social engineering possible. The machinations of social engineering operate not through brute force, but subtly by nudge.

    Under the order envisioned by the Great Reset, the advancement of technology is not meant to serve the improvement of the conditions of the people but to submit the individual to the tyranny of a technocratic state. “The experts know better” is the justification.

    The Agenda
    The plan for an overhaul of the world is the brainchild of an elite group of businessmen, politicians, and their intellectual entourage that used to meet in Davos, Switzerland, in January each year. Brought into existence in 1971, the World Economic Forum has become a megaglobal event since then. More than three thousand leaders from all over the world attended the meeting in 2020.

    Under the guidance of the WEF, the agenda of the Great Reset says that the completion of the current industrial transformation requires a thorough overhaul of the economy, politics, and society. Such a comprehensive transformation requires the alteration of human behavior, and thus “transhumanism” is part of the program.

    The Great Reset will be the theme of the fifty-first meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos in 2021. Its agenda is the commitment to move the world economy toward “a more fair, sustainable and resilient future.” The program calls for “a new social contract” that is centered on racial equality, social justice, and the protection of nature. Climate change requires us “to decarbonize the economy” and to bring human thinking and behavior “into harmony with nature.” The aim is to build “more equal, inclusive and sustainable economies.” This new world order must be “urgently” implemented, the promotors of the WEF claim, and they point out that the pandemic “has laid bare the unsustainability of our system,” which lacks “social cohesion.”

    The WEF’s great reset project is social engineering at the highest level. Advocates of the reset contend that the UN failed to establish order in the world and could not advance forcefully its agenda of sustainable development—known as Agenda 2030—because of its bureaucratic, slow, and contradictory way of working. In contrast, the actions of the organizational committee of the World Economic Forum are swift and smart. When a consensus has been formed, it can be implemented by the global elite all over the world.

    Social Engineering
    The ideology of the World Economic Forum is neither left nor right, nor progressive or conservative, it is also not fascist or communist, but outright technocratic. As such, it includes many elements of earlier collectivist ideologies.

    In recent decades, the consensus has emerged at the annual Davos meetings that the world needs a revolution, and that reforms have taken too long. The members of the WEF envision a profound upheaval at short notice. The time span should be so brief that most people will hardly realize that a revolution is going on. The change must be so swift and dramatic that those who recognize that a revolution is happening do not have the time to mobilize against it.

    The basic idea of the Great Reset is the same principle that guided the radical transformations from the French to the Russian and Chinese Revolutions. It is the idea of constructivist rationalism incorporated in the state. But projects like the Great Reset leave unanswered the question of who rules the state. The state itself does not rule. It is an instrument of power. It is not the abstract state that decides, but the leaders of specific political parties and of certain social groups.

    Earlier totalitarian regimes needed mass executions and concentration camps to maintain their power. Now, with the help of new technologies, it is believed, dissenters can easily be identified and marginalized. The nonconformists will be silenced by disqualifying divergent opinions as morally despicable.

    The 2020 lockdowns possibly offer a preview of how this system works. The lockdown worked as if it had been orchestrated—and perhaps it was. As if following a single command, the leaders of big and small nations—and of different stages of economic development—implemented almost identical measures. Not only did many governments act in unison, they also applied these measures with little regard for the horrific consequences of a global lockdown.

    Months of economic stillstand have destroyed the economic basis of millions of families. Together with social distancing, the lockdown has produced a mass of people unable to care for themselves. First, governments destroyed the livelihood, then the politicians showed up as the savior. The demand for social assistance is no longer limited to specific groups, but has become a need of the masses.

    Once, war was the health of the state. Now it is fear of disease. What lies ahead is not the apparent coziness of a benevolent comprehensive welfare state with a guaranteed minimum income and healthcare and education for all. The lockdown and its consequences have brought a foretaste of what is to come: a permanent state of fear, strict behavioral control, massive loss of jobs, and growing dependence on the state.

    With the measures taken in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, a big step to reset the global economy has been made. Without popular resistance, the end of the pandemic will not mean the end of the lockdown and social distancing. At the moment, however, the opponents of the new world order of digital tyranny still have access to the media and platforms to dissent. Yet the time is running out. The perpetrators of the new world order have smelled blood. Declaring the coronavirus a pandemic has come in handy to promote the agenda of their Great Reset. Only massive opposition can slow down and finally stop the extension of the power grip of the tyrannical technocracy that is on the rise.

    SV: The Monster is here among us. And it’s not a slow zombie but one of the fast ones. If one Nation stand strong, it may bolster resistance in others. I’m still amazed that they had the power to do what they have done. In Russia? In Saudi Arabia? In Israel? So much so that they essentially cancelled the Haj or compulsory journey to Mecca? That’s extraordinary.

    • CancelMyCard August 4, 2020 at 10:24 pm #

      Long story short:

      It’s time to kill all the Bankers.

      Period.
      End of report.

      • Sredni Vashtar August 4, 2020 at 11:15 pm #

        And who fought hardest and most effectively against the International Bankers, freeing his Nation and leading it to economic prosperity before being attacked by the West?

        Hitler.

        Mic drop.

        Thank you for agreeing with me. You have declared your own defeat in so doing. I accept your unknowing concession of defeat.

        • Kim August 5, 2020 at 12:17 am #

          @ Sredni

          Interesting points about Schacht, who was a big part of resist8ng the bankers. After WW2, he switched teams completely and went on to advise Indonesia on establishing the Indonesian Reserve Bank and then in the 1960s went on to become a big investor in palm oil plantations in Borneo.

          I have a very low opinion of that industry. It has removed tens of thousands of people from their traditional lands at gunpoint, using false documents, and turned the poor people into essentially landless, indentured agricultural labor. That is unacceptable. Unless of course Israel does it.

          • Sredni Vashtar August 5, 2020 at 12:50 am #

            I’ve started reading a Conspiracy Theorist named Joseph Farrell. He believers in the Nazi Internationale – that’s the Nazis knew they were gong to lose and prepared to survive after the war, securing their assets and playing the Allies and the Russians off against each other as to who got their top scientists and technological discoveries. As to whether they still believe in the Cause per se or any version of it, that he doesn’t say. By not saying he seems to indicate they are just another faction of the Global Elite at this point.

            Exhibit A perhaps being Prince Bernhardt of the Netherlands, a well known Nazi supporter and one of the main fathers of the Bilderberger Group.

          • Bobby Brown August 5, 2020 at 5:41 pm #

            The Banking Vipers of Venice. Yes I know his work. Have you heard of Lyndon LaRouche? He used to publish a magazine called Fidelio. This was the pass word in “Eyes Wide Shut,” since he believes an ancient banking cabal survives to this very day and controls the world with money and military might. They were originally the Canaanites, were enslaved by the Romans, and when they became free, they settled in Venice. When Europe tired of their sordid and sinister affairs they took their wealth to Amsterdam, then London, then New York. They practice ritual magic and ritual human sacrifice, which is where they derive their power from. You need the ritual to attract demons, who then provide the users with inside info, the all seeing eye if you will. It is amazing to me this isn’t more widely known. Every ancient culture practiced human sacrifice. They must have had a reason. There are no demons in the Old Testament, but in the Book of Enoch there are giants who are killed in Noah’s flood and their souls become demons. This is where the idea of a human soul comes from, but it’s doubtful we have one. There isn’t enough life force in a piddly ole human being.

          • Sredni Vashtar August 5, 2020 at 7:01 pm #

            Yes, I’m finishing Babylon’s Banksters. So many of citizens of the City of Rome did not have Roman names towards the end. They had “Greek” names, but not really. Actually names from the Levant and Syria, areas ruled by the Greeks after Alexander’s conquest. So these people got their freedom and began to do what they did very well: Banking. And of course the Jews got in with them I suppose, maybe starting out as competitors.

            A guy named Tenney Franks took the names off the tombs. He’s known by White Nationalists as well. Augustus Caesar famously condemned the Roman Elite for their sterility. But the die had been case long before when they stopped giving Legionaires acreage in return for their service. So they settled where they had been stationed. That and the high taxes ruined the middle class.

          • SoftStarLight August 6, 2020 at 12:25 am #

            Demons actually are mentioned in the Old Testament.

            NKJV
            Leviticus 17:7 They shall no more offer their sacrifices to demons, after whom they have played the harlot. This shall be a statute forever for them throughout their generations.

            Deuteronomy 32:16-17 They provoked Him to jealousy with foreign gods; With abominations they provoked Him to anger. They sacrificed to demons, not to God, to gods they did not know, to new gods, new arrivals that your fathers did not fear.

            The giants you mention are also mentioned in the Old Testament and are identified as descendants of the Nephilim. These are the same Nephilim that are written about in the Book of Enoch. And it is written that we do indeed have souls.

          • akmofo August 6, 2020 at 9:51 pm #

            Sunny,

            Them are mistranslations.
            There are no “demons” in the Hebrew bible.

            Leviticus 17:7 hairy goats

            Deuteronomy 32:17 beasts

          • akmofo August 6, 2020 at 9:52 pm #

            https://www.mechanical-translation.org/mtt/L17.html

          • SoftStarLight August 7, 2020 at 2:05 am #

            Oh. Well where are demons mentioned first then? Do you believe there are demons?

        • abcdef August 5, 2020 at 1:00 pm #

          Hi Sredni Vashtar,
          Hitler also “made the trains run on time.” So that was good.

          It is just all the other stuff…

          • Sredni Vashtar August 5, 2020 at 1:25 pm #

            I thought that was Mussolini. You obviously have a vast sum of knowledge about all this Other Stuff that you are choosing not to share at this time…..

          • abcdef August 5, 2020 at 4:22 pm #

            Hi Sredni Vashtar,
            “Share”
            Starting and continuing WWII, Slavic Genocide (Generalplan Ost), Jewish Genocide (Wannsee Conference, etc), terrorising dissent at home & elsewhere; that other stuff.

            As for trains, it is attributed to Mussolini, but the idea is what I am looking for here–having authoritarian control means that you can force unionists to do what you want without worrying about strikes, etc. And as a bit of humour: https://www.loc.gov/pictures/item/2009632047/

      • Kim August 5, 2020 at 12:20 am #

        @ CNC

        Long story short: It’s time to kill all the Bankers.

        Maybe. But then what? Killing bankers won’t provide the fossil fuel needed to run a modern society.

        People would be better off thinking about whether they want to survive, have children and grandchildren, and how those descendants might survive.

        • malthuss August 5, 2020 at 12:25 am #

          less people, less oil needed, right Einstein?

          • Kim August 5, 2020 at 3:22 am #

            Fewer people could mean less consumption. It could also mean less capacity to produce. It could also mean less demand and therefore – as Gail Tverberg explains – less affordable oil as it becomes increasingly less possible to cover the costs of production.

            But however we look at it, you are certainly right that populations will decline.

          • Sredni Vashtar August 5, 2020 at 2:14 pm #

            Wait – you want more people? No? Then what exactly is the bug up your ass?

            Whites aren’t the problem – our women are killers!

          • SoftStarLight August 6, 2020 at 1:16 am #

            Gosh, you always have such a way with words :-).

    • SoftStarLight August 5, 2020 at 2:58 am #