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The Golden Golem of Greatness will be blamed for most of that. The internal contradictions of Globalism were already blowing up trade and financial relations between the US and China. The Trump tariffs just amount to a clumsy recognition of the fatal imbalances long at work there. As a 25 percent tax on countless Chinese products, the tariffs will punish American shoppers as much as the Chinese manufacturers. Trade wars have a way of escalating into more kinetic conflicts.

The sad truth is that both China and the US are beset by dangerous fragilities. Both countries have borrowed themselves into a Twilight Zone of unpayable debt. Both countries are sunk in untenable economic and banking rackets to cover up their insolvency. China’s fate hangs on distant energy supply lines that run through bottlenecks like the Straits of Hormuz and the Straits of Molucca. The US has been producing torrents of shale oil at a net financial loss — a business model with poor long-term prospects. The temperament of the Chinese people is conditioned historically by subservience to authority, which tends to blow into anarchic rage quickly and catastrophically when things go wrong. The US populace, sunk in decadence, despair, distraction, and delusion, moves sluggishly toward unrest — and for the time being expresses its discontent only in ceremonial narcissistic grievance.

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  1. benr May 17, 2019 at 10:30 am #

    Sadly in the end this will be a foot note in history no one but patsies will get in trouble for the charade that has played out for over two years.
    With that said I will enjoy watching certain Democrats that pushed this false narrative sweat bullets wondering of the grand jury will get convened for a spin up on a trial for them.

    As far as China goes that problem pales in comparison to yet another Gulf war one we engage Iran in.

    Such an engagement would make the Sunni nations in the region very happy indeed.

    • benr May 17, 2019 at 10:50 am #

      Iran tells proxies prepare for war!

      theguardian.com/world/2019/may/16/iran-tells-middle-east-militias-prepare-for-proxy-war

      When President Trump was asked of we were going to war with Iran his response was:
      “I hope not”
      That my friends is a scary response.

      cnbc.com/2019/05/16/trump-says-hope-not-when-asked-if-us-will-go-to-war-with-iran.html

      So we have wars, rumors of wars, pestilence, earthquakes, German Volcanoes all we need now are the four horsemen and the last Mahdi also known as the last imam.

      • BackRowHeckler May 17, 2019 at 11:09 am #

        We’ve always had that, Ben,

        4 Horsemen of the Apocalypse have been riding roughshod for as long as I can remember.

        Every year, every week, every day, its always one goddam thing or the other.

        Brh

      • Gonga Din May 17, 2019 at 12:49 pm #

        Don’t forget the Super Grand Solar Minimum that we’re on the cusp of an event horizon of.

        • swtNEK May 18, 2019 at 10:14 am #

          Gonga,

          A grand solar minimum looks more and more possible as I watch the weather. How long and protracted, I am not sure, though we are due for a dandy. I am just glad that I really like kohls, oats and peas and have enough seed for years, I’m gonna need it. ( I save my own seed every year so my seed is fresh etc.).

      • shotho May 17, 2019 at 1:33 pm #

        In other words, business as usual.

      • hmuller May 17, 2019 at 2:45 pm #

        Geo-engineering expert Dane Wigington recently did an interview with Lionel Nation in which he predicted environmental apocalypse by the year 2026. youtube.com/watch?v=O0Zd72qRkRQ

        He maintains the AGW crowd is correct that we have already entered a mass extinction, climatic disaster. They just never noticed that the actions by world governments to geo-engineer the planet and control the weather are the main reason for this disaster.

        All the carbon taxes, carbon credits, cap & trade bullshit is too little, too late to make a difference. Various factors such as insect die-offs, solar radiation, weather and earth upheavals, etc will demolish the current system of feeding the world. The focus should now be on how to save a remnant of humanity from this mass die-off.

        Hopefully, he’s overstated his case. But the guy is totally science focused. He’s not reading passages out of the Bible to prove anything.

    • OccamsBeard May 17, 2019 at 11:39 am #

      Benr,

      You got that right, no consequences for the spooks, just posturing. We wouldn’t want the tables turned once the opposition takes over, now would we!

      TraffickingInDivinity.com

    • fugeguy May 17, 2019 at 12:01 pm #

      I still don’t think the day is here yet. Closer but not yet.

      Big T who will be eventually (in his second term) be of billion dollar federal reserve note fame, is a deal maker.

      He will trade I for V even up with the Rooskies and the Marines will March in the streets with the un-elected what’s his name and declare another democracy.

      The China deal will get done and although be mostly symbolic Dow 30K.

      Add in a rate cut, a little QEish, hell UBI for all. Print Print Print Baby!

      T will trade O’s and “cee u next tuesday’s” heads for a second term with barely a squeal from the Democrats. Even the media with STFU.

      So 2021 could be the next milestone for the start of the next and he77 who knows last collapse.

      But in the end your guess is as good as mine…

      …but the trend and final destination is not in doubt. Just the when and precisely how.

    • elysianfield May 17, 2019 at 12:06 pm #

      ” the grand jury will get convened for a spin up on a trial for them”

      benr,
      where is our Sondergreit? Who will be our Roland Freisler?

      • elysianfield May 17, 2019 at 12:17 pm #

        Sondergericht….

        • benr May 17, 2019 at 12:28 pm #

          Are you saying the Democrats have not attempted a soft coup and that no one involved should be looked into and put on trial?

          Or was that just an excuse for another Hitler Nazi comparison.
          How about this if Trump orders all people involved in the conspiracy to paint him as a Russian asset to be put in front of a wall and executed or hung I will agree 100% with you.

          • elysianfield May 17, 2019 at 7:53 pm #

            benr,
            I was suggesting that for there to be justice we might require a proceeding apart from the current judicial system. I am not calling for a “Peoples Court”, nor a fully politized judiciary, but the current system, in my opinion, is the best money can buy….

            The rich enjoy true justice…you know…just us….

      • Nightowl May 17, 2019 at 6:31 pm #

        You and your comerades have failed. Too bad, so sad.

    • aibohphobia May 18, 2019 at 2:40 pm #

      Hmmm, Benr–

      Keep your Sunni side up? It’s time for a song, with apologies to Judy Garland–

      youtube.com/watch?v=dv0hbLwvvpw

      There’s one thing to think of when you’re orange,
      There are those who screech like a door-hinge!
      If a load of missiles should arrive,
      Laugh and put out the same shuck and jive!
      And keep your Sunni side up, up,
      Hide the side that gets blue.

      If you have nine subpoenas in a row,
      Your real estate swindles still make money, you know!
      Keep your Sunni side up, up,
      Let their gunboats go through, do!
      Wrecked ships in Hormuz
      Damp down the Demo Buzz,
      Keep your Sunni side up!

  2. benr May 17, 2019 at 10:34 am #

    I had a thought about tariffs last night.
    The very first thing Obama did was sign a law putting a tariff on Chinese produced tires and magically all tires went up in price and I do mean all.
    I had to buy a pair BFGoodrich tires for my f150 and over night it went up $50.00 for the pair. Even at the might Costco I might add.

    • hmuller May 17, 2019 at 10:44 am #

      Exactly benr, consumers pay for tariffs.

      Are there even tires still manufactured in the USA? I would bet it’s all out sourced to places like Mexico. Hence tire tariffs would not create a single more job in America.

      It’s much the same story with a lot of those imports – we don’t even make that stuff anymore. So maybe the strategy here is to force China to buy more American products – whether they want them or not.

      • BackRowHeckler May 17, 2019 at 10:57 am #

        Akron, Ohio, that was the big tire making center in the USA.

        Now Akron is in shambles, only thing being made there are batches of meth …

        Brh

      • venuspluto67 May 17, 2019 at 10:57 am #

        I agree with Paul Craig Roberts that when it comes to the issue of lost manufacturing jobs in this country, China isn’t really the problem.

        • JohnAZ May 17, 2019 at 11:07 am #

          No the whoring of US corporations is the problem. America, the US government collusion with the corporate Jezebels have sold your economic goodness to the global forces.

          The Deep State is your enemy.

          • JohnAZ May 17, 2019 at 11:09 am #

            And the Deep State is the peak of the Elite class.

          • Janos Skorenzy May 17, 2019 at 1:01 pm #

            Under Capitalism – the desire for profit above all else – such whoredom was inevitable and indeed, virtuous in their eyes. The Government didn’t make them do it.

            Oh you say if we had reduced Americans to peasants and coolies, the Corporations wouldn’t have left? Then you are the Enemy too. Your mind is just another Deep State “colony”.

        • benr May 17, 2019 at 11:10 am #

          Well considering most of the young people I come into contact with really don’t want to work.
          Of all my daughters friends in there twenties most of them don’t work, have a boyfriend or girlfriend and still live with mom and dad. It’s just a series of drunken parties and zero ambition.
          The song teenage wasteland comes to mind.

          youtube.com/watch?v=JGHxIKa31Jk

          • BC_EE May 17, 2019 at 12:19 pm #

            Its “Bubba O’Reilly”. I know because I always thought it was teenage wasteland too.

            This is all set up by “Don’t Get Fooled Again”. Pete Townsend the prophet, who woulda’ thought…

          • hmuller May 17, 2019 at 12:38 pm #

            They wrote a song about Bill O’Reilly?

      • daytrip May 17, 2019 at 11:08 am #

        We still make tires, Cooper and Goodyear at least.

        • BackRowHeckler May 17, 2019 at 11:16 am #

          Good bit of info there, DT. In fact I just bought a set of Cooper tires last Nov for my F250, didn’t even know they were made in the USA.

          Brh

          • malthuss May 17, 2019 at 11:25 am #

            I thought of you when I saw his new jeep.

            I spoke to a neighbor. He lives in a ‘housing project’ and is from Central America.
            He is disabled [or so he claims] so he has a private parking spot.
            He does well, for an immigrant.
            He has what looks like a new Jeep Wrangler.

            Burns me up.

          • BackRowHeckler May 17, 2019 at 12:53 pm #

            Company in India, Mahindra, making a copy of the old Willys Jeep. I wouldnt’ mind getting one, ride around on the property here.

            Brh

          • malthuss May 17, 2019 at 3:07 pm #

            and you work for yr money.

            how old are you? still working.

    • Ol' Scratch May 17, 2019 at 10:54 am #

      Thanks for the heads up and reminder. I need tires too, so best get on it now before they go through the roof.

    • OccamsBeard May 17, 2019 at 11:43 am #

      Prices go up but so do jobs. If tariffs didn’t work Japan wouldn’t use them.

      • hmuller May 17, 2019 at 3:14 pm #

        Japan isn’t exactly the economic marvel it once was. (As in a stock market still down from its 1989 level, despite the Bank of Japan buying stocks, and near zero economic growth for decades) Partly due to tariffs, they also have the highest prices for just about everything.

        Japan is the role model to hell. And so, of course, we’re following them.

    • shotho May 17, 2019 at 1:39 pm #

      If we can’t make the tires here, why not pay more for having them made in China or wherever. But, maybe the answer is to buy fewer tires; heck, even fewer cars. Why does every 16 year old need personal transportation? Happy motoring indeed.
      Before it’s over (the current iteration) we will all be living with a lot less.

  3. Elrond Hubbard May 17, 2019 at 10:39 am #

    Meanwhile…

    Internet star Grumpy Cat dead at 7
    The feline, known to her owners as Tardar Sauce, died from urinary tract complications

    cbc.ca/news/entertainment/ariz-grumpy-cat-obit-1.5139914

    “Grumpy Cat, whose sourpuss demeanour became an internet meme sensation, has died at age 7.

    “Posting on social media Friday, Grumpy Cat’s owners wrote she experienced complications from a urinary tract infection and “passed away peacefully” Tuesday “in the arms of her mommy.

    “‘Grumpy Cat has helped millions of people smile all around the world — even when times were tough.'”

    Amid all the tumult and confusion, a furry little giant has passed. Pour one out, homies.

    • malthuss May 17, 2019 at 11:27 am #

      BNC

      Bread n circuses.

      • Elrond Hubbard May 17, 2019 at 11:35 am #

        And yet it was the first thing I saw on Google News this morning. Curious, that.

        • Neon Vincent May 17, 2019 at 12:58 pm #

          Thanks for that link, EH. One of the sites where I blog is a community devoted to obituaries of celebrities and cancellations of shows. I will be sharing this article there.

          As for the main topic of our host’s post, I wrote twice about trade this week, first MSNBC’s ‘Morning Joe’ and CNBC’s ‘Fast Money’ expounding on the U.S.-China trade war and its fallout and then John Oliver explaining trade. No surprise, my readers prefer John Oliver. Best to take the bad news with a spoonful of humor, I suppose, which fits with your observation that Grumpy Cat’s passing was the top news story.

          • hmuller May 17, 2019 at 3:32 pm #

            ‘Morning Joe” LOL Someone should ask Mika an unscripted question about US trade policy, foreign policy, anything. Then sit back and wait for her mind to fill the room with glowing enlightenment.

          • Nightowl May 17, 2019 at 6:34 pm #

            If you need a laugh, watch Russel Brand’s appearance with Mika.

      • hmuller May 17, 2019 at 12:42 pm #

        I thought “Grumpy Cat” was John Brennan’s secret code name. Now there’s a face destined for laxative ads.

  4. oilie May 17, 2019 at 10:41 am #

    It will be revealing indeed if Mueller ever does sit before a congressional committee. Jim is probably right that hell will freeze over before this happens. In the meantime, someone wake me when there is an actual indictment of a deep-stater.

    • SpeedyBB May 22, 2019 at 5:05 pm #

      “deep-statesman”. Think Averell Harriman. Or John Foster Dulles. Or Francis Gary Powers.

  5. venuspluto67 May 17, 2019 at 10:41 am #

    I’ve become convinced that the Twin Necessary Evils of shale oil/ tar sands extraction and unpayable debt-money bingeing have so much momentum behind them now, that only the advent of some sort of Black Swan Event will kick a major deflationary decompression into gear. The trade-war with China very well could be such an event. A kinetic war with Iran would very definitely be such an event.

  6. benr May 17, 2019 at 10:43 am #

    Is anyone following the newest outbreak of Ebola in the Congo and how the WHO is spinning on what to do?
    Lest we forget the Congo has a full blown armed conflict which means doctors can’t get to villages.

    theguardian.com/global-development/2018/nov/06/doctor-fear-of-armed-attack-ebola-patients-congo-drc

    Or…

    Hong Kong health authorities find three new cases of rat hepatitis E infection in humans, including in elderly man who died of unspecified illness

    Hep E I had no clue beyond c!

    • malthuss May 17, 2019 at 11:28 am #

      Will Melisa Gates save them?

    • stelmosfire May 17, 2019 at 12:57 pm #

      Wait for Hep I, Hep I before Hep E except after Hep C. I am inoculated for C&D but this new stuff is crazy. Wait till a new strain of mutated airborne spread Ebola comes around. It’s all fun n’ games till your bleeding out your ass and eyeballs!

  7. daytrip May 17, 2019 at 10:44 am #

    Without Chinese goods, most of these big box stores will have nothing to sell. Just sayin

    • venuspluto67 May 17, 2019 at 10:54 am #

      Oh, they’ll still have those goods, just for more money that not everybody will be able to afford the way they did previously. So a good many more of the big-box stores could close as a consequence, and there already is something that some people are calling “the retail apocalypse” underway these days.

      • daytrip May 17, 2019 at 11:06 am #

        Tariffs could help spur domestic production. Put those masses to work, again. Make America…(dare I say it – nah though it is applicable) produce more of its own goods and thus move in the right direction out of this quandary that we’re in (trade deficit, debt, hopelessness, lack of direction, poverty, national debt, state debt, personal debt, impossibly unsustainable supply chains, blah blah blah, etc)!

        • malthuss May 17, 2019 at 11:31 am #

          these big box stores will have nothing to sell.

          SO WHAT?

          youtube.com/watch?v=5FFc28dB8Dk&t=451s

        • Anon1970 May 18, 2019 at 12:42 pm #

          The Smoot-Hawley Tariff of 1930 helped turn a recession into the Great Depression. Watch economist Stephen Roach being interviewed on Bloomberg here: bloomberg.com/news/videos/2019-05-13/yale-s-roach-sees-u-s-in-danger-of-repeating-past-tariff-mistak…

          In Germany, where most of the population had already lost its savings in the Great Inflation of 1923 and unemployment rose to about 25% in 1932, the Nazi Party gained in popularity and was the largest vote getter in two Reichstag national elections in 1932.

          For all of the money that has been spent on Holocaust museums and memorials in the past three decades, there doesn’t seem to be a big concern among Jewish leaders over the Trump tariffs and where they may lead to. As the old saying goes, those who don’t learn from history are doomed to relive it. Never again has become an empty slogan.

    • JohnAZ May 17, 2019 at 11:11 am #

      A good measure of how much our own government have stabbed us in the back.

  8. BackRowHeckler May 17, 2019 at 10:52 am #

    Free for all.

    I was wondering about Liz Warren’s plan to forgive student loan debt; all well and good, but what about loans going forward? Will they be forgiven too, as they are being made? Just a free bundle of swag from Uncle Sucker to prospective ‘Scholars’ off to NYU to major in ‘Gender Studies’, Queer Studies’, and attend ‘Destroying Whiteness’ seminars. That’ good for about 60 Gs a year, just go to your local Dem Party HQ and pick up your check.

    Brh

    • RB May 17, 2019 at 11:02 am #

      All could be placed under one title. Department of Bullshit Studies. Much simpler. I’m sure it will rate a new, green energy building.

      • benr May 17, 2019 at 11:05 am #

        Minus the steel, concrete and glass.
        I suspect it will be made from plastic straws, used chewing gum and 1 liter coke bottles!
        Reduce, reuse and recycle!

        • Doc Holliday May 17, 2019 at 4:47 pm #

          I look forward to the part of “Free University Education” includes the aspect of when the college teachers work for free. That would be their ‘fair share’.

    • stelmosfire May 17, 2019 at 11:04 am #

      Maybe Lizzie can keep Hampshire College afloat with her plan. I doubt it. The five college area is booming however. I don’t know what Hampshire’s problem is. Perhaps there half-mast flag anti Trump agenda is catching up with them.

      • stelmosfire May 17, 2019 at 11:28 am #

        fivecolleges.edu/queerstudies

        Someone shot me please

        • stelmosfire May 17, 2019 at 11:31 am #

          sorry Q, shud b “shoot”

          • hmuller May 17, 2019 at 12:52 pm #

            I wonder how many employers are currently looking for graduates in “queer studies”.

            I can imagine federal mandates requiring corporations to hire these grads to ensure and supervise a comfortable workplace environment. Sounds like the DEM party platform in 2020.

    • TiredOfTheTreadmill May 17, 2019 at 11:07 am #

      Yeah, there are plenty of worthless degrees. Yet a conservative acquaintance of might was just so proud of his daughter who recently graduated with her degree in homeland security. I’d much rather see people coming out of college with the worthless degrees instead of these malevolent degrees.

      • malthuss May 17, 2019 at 11:21 am #

        Wake up.

        Those worthless degrees ARE malevolent degrees.

        WRT- ‘Destroying Whiteness’ seminars.

        • TiredOfTheTreadmill May 17, 2019 at 11:41 am #

          Uh-huh. Do you have any relevant links to a destroy whiteness seminar? If so, how many attendees? What’s the annual budget for the “destroy whiteness” program? How many full-time people do they have on staff? Once you have anything beyond fear mongering, compare it to Homeland Security and the Pentagon.

          • benr May 17, 2019 at 11:53 am #

            Who needs a seminar we see it everyday!

            youtube.com/watch?v=MbQSZRrJcdE

          • benr May 17, 2019 at 11:54 am #

            Lest we forget the good times.

            youtube.com/watch?v=1E7C4GFh21o

          • TiredOfTheTreadmill May 17, 2019 at 11:59 am #

            And you believe these jokes are a real, serious threat? Seriously? Hah!

          • benr May 17, 2019 at 12:04 pm #

            Actually the issue is the level of insanity on display.

          • TiredOfTheTreadmill May 17, 2019 at 12:28 pm #

            Exactly. Just like a raving street preacher saying insane things doesn’t implicate all Christians as being completely insane just like him.

            It’s disingenuous to point out the few freaks and use them in fear-based tirades as though they pose a serious threat to the whole world. But then, it appears that fear of everything is how some people prefer to live their pathetic lives.

          • benr May 17, 2019 at 12:49 pm #

            Except it’s not just a few freaks!
            My cousin visited us last weekend with her girlfriend and her millennial girlfriend was spewing SJW nonsense the entire time.
            She is as “normal” as most 20 something are now a days!

          • TiredOfTheTreadmill May 17, 2019 at 1:02 pm #

            Yep. I’ve also been in the same situation with people spewing Fox News BS the whole time. And others spewing Jeezus BS the whole time. And others spewing new age BS the whole time. And don’t forget the anti-vax, anti science, etc…spewers too. Stupidity runs rampant through this dying society of ours. Hence, the dying part.

          • Janos Skorenzy May 17, 2019 at 1:14 pm #

            It’s a huge industry. Wake up, Rip Van Wrinkle. There’s lot of money in making Whites third class citizens. Affirmative Action persecution was just the opening act.

          • Tate May 17, 2019 at 1:35 pm #

            You have to look at the trend. The Left would prefer that still photography be the measure. Those of us on the Right want to look at trends, i.e., moving pictures.

          • TiredOfTheTreadmill May 17, 2019 at 2:59 pm #

            Sorry but I don’t see those on the left or right looking at much of anything but those things that support their preconceptions and ideologies. Meanwhile, the owners of this whole shitshow laugh and gladly watch these two mobs fear and fight each other while never looking up in their direction.

            It’s all unfixable. The only thing left is to see if a devastating ecological or economic collapse precedes either of these political dead end ideologies in causing a collapse.

    • fugeguy May 17, 2019 at 12:07 pm #

      Keep in mind that there is movement to change STEM to STEAM.

      And no the A does not mean asinine- it means arts.

      Because every engineering department needs a history major…

      • stelmosfire May 17, 2019 at 1:18 pm #

        I worked for 30 years with a history major, he kicked ass at some Jeopardy categories. He could not change the oil in his car and was afraid of blood. Needless to say he was worthless on a trauma run.

        • Tate May 17, 2019 at 1:38 pm #

          LOL. Haven’t you said you worked as a fireman or EMT? How does someone get hired in that field who can’t stand the sight of blood?

          Sign of the times.

          • stelmosfire May 18, 2019 at 11:10 am #

            He would be Management/ officer material.

  9. K-Dog May 17, 2019 at 10:56 am #

    I like this:

    The temperament of the Chinese people is conditioned historically by subservience to authority, which tends to blow into anarchic rage quickly and catastrophically when things go wrong. The US populace, sunk in decadence, despair, distraction, and delusion, moves sluggishly toward unrest — and for the time being expresses its discontent only in ceremonial narcissistic grievance.

    I think you are right.

    There is going to be a lot of grievancing to go around. As Globalization continues to enrich the few already engorged like the swollen rivers in our Midwest at the expense of all, the blame game will kick up like new firestorms of summer. Everybody is going to blame everybody else. Timely downloads will be in serious jeopardy and daily commutes will suffer. Impeachment joy juice won’t matter when everyone runs out of jam. The background music of climate emergency and global heating will help crumble existing arrangements already to crumbling on their own.

    Interesting times ahead in a real world Twilight Zone. But 401K contribution this month will benefit on a bounce from the planned shenanigans of Donald Trump..

    • benr May 17, 2019 at 11:03 am #

      May you live in interesting times.

      • K-Dog May 17, 2019 at 11:11 am #

        nìng wéi tàipíng qu?n, mò zuò luàn lí rén

        You curse me for my adventures.

        • benr May 17, 2019 at 11:51 am #

          “Better to be a dog in a peaceful time, than to be a human in a chaotic times.

          nìng wéi tàipíng qu?n, mò zuò luàn lí rén

          • hmuller May 17, 2019 at 12:14 pm #

            “You go now! You bin here tree hour!” Waiter to me at the Chinese all you can eat buffet.

          • benr May 17, 2019 at 12:19 pm #

            It all you can eat not all day eat!

      • Tate May 17, 2019 at 1:40 pm #

        May you live in times that are more interesting than you care to deal with. As for me, I like novelty, so no amount of “interesting” is going to faze me.

  10. RB May 17, 2019 at 11:00 am #

    I love the irony. That is, Party City stores are closing helped along by a helium shortage. Too bad they cannot tap the hot air in our political system. The party is over and the attendees are too stupid and drunk to find their way home. Maybe they can call an Uber driver who hopefully will be sober, legal and not a murderer in his spare time. But the great news is Mayor de Blasio has entered the race for the Out House. It used to be the White House but now it is so full of shit that Out House is a better descriptive. Trump has managed to turn over a corpse and expose the mass of maggots eating the carcass. It used to be we only smelled the rot but now we actually see the consumption by fly larvae. And yet, we are told it is being resurrected because of the art of the deal guru is in charge. I will wait for the punchline. Meanwhile, back at Bethpage and the collapse of Tiger. Sighhhh.

    • hmuller May 17, 2019 at 12:01 pm #

      Remind me never to read you while eating breakfast. Corpses and maggots and shit, oh my!

    • Tate May 17, 2019 at 1:52 pm #

      “The party is over and the attendees are too stupid and drunk to find their way home.” — RB

      Mayor de Blasio, lol. Looking for some of that campaign finance money for his retirement cottage with his hypergamous wife?

      youtube.com/watch?v=VT-SFgkVlno

  11. Ol' Scratch May 17, 2019 at 11:00 am #

    China and Iran (and god knows where else!) will soon be dominating the news cycles, so thankfully, all this Russian interference crap can be put to bed for a while. Nothing like a good war or two to keep the masses placated. Besides, Pelosi’s already stated outright that impeachment’s no longer on the table. Move along now, nothing to see here folks.

  12. teddyboy46 May 17, 2019 at 11:06 am #

    I Hope JHK is right about the Muller Gang having to face the music, but I do not think anything will happen.

    I would like to point out that James Clapper and John Brennen being regulars on CNN were part of the attempted Coup on Trump and should be tried for treason. I must say I have been surprised by the reaction of the Deep State to Trump . Their desperation is instructive.

    I must respectfully disagree with JHK on the Money part. The American government has been operating a Disneyland Economy since the 1990s. Where you get money for nothing , your Chicks for free. The Deep State can keep that going forever by convincing people thru advertising and propaganda to lowering their expectations of what fun and success is. Binge watching idiotic sitcoms while gorging on frozen pizza and Mt. Dew. Aint we got fun.

    • Tate May 17, 2019 at 2:03 pm #

      I have a slightly different perspective. The FIRE economy (finance, insurance, real estate) sets the stage for all the things you mention: money for nothing, chicks for free, Disneyland, binge watching idiotic sitcoms, gorging on frozen pizza & mt. Dew. But then we have periodic FIRE sales. Yeah, baby! Ain’t we got fun!

  13. malthuss May 17, 2019 at 11:17 am #

    The quarrel between the US and China now threatens to suck the rest of the world into a global business depression–
    Will that be a good thing, in the long run?

  14. messianicdruid May 17, 2019 at 11:35 am #

    Hillary will not run for President. She will wait for a front runner to pick her up as VP.

    • FincaInTheMountains May 17, 2019 at 11:47 am #

      Who’s is crazy enough to pick Hillary for VP?!

      He will die the next day after inauguration.

      • hmuller May 17, 2019 at 12:03 pm #

        Since Biden is 3 days older than dirt, they can make it looks like natural causes.

        • FincaInTheMountains May 17, 2019 at 12:45 pm #

          Alas, poor Yorick!

          I knew him, Horatio, a fellow of infinite jest, of most excellent fancy.

        • malthuss May 17, 2019 at 2:54 pm #

          funny

          • messianicdruid May 18, 2019 at 11:11 am #

            No, funny would be Anthony Weiner announcing a run for President.

          • hmuller May 18, 2019 at 5:55 pm #

            You betcha. One of his slogans could be, “Any politician will offer you his hand to shake, I’ll offer you a surprise”

    • Tate May 17, 2019 at 1:26 pm #

      The privilege of the connected.

  15. 100th Avatar May 17, 2019 at 11:59 am #

    Free For All

    Sure is.

    Reported 2 weeks ago that John F. Kelly joined the board of directors of the country’s largest migrant shelter contracting company.

    Reported today:

    ICE to hire contractor to transport 225,000 migrants to shelters across the US.

    • Janos Skorenzy May 17, 2019 at 1:18 pm #

      It was always the Plan no doubt. Months before the Children’s Crusade during the reign of Prince Obama, companies were advertising for bus drivers to drive them from the Mexican border. We were supposed to believe that huge numbers of children just magically starting coming one day without some kind Plan in place to facilitate them. Obama was thus just another traitor.

    • Tate May 17, 2019 at 2:17 pm #

      According to schedule. Janos my friend.

      I’m personally tired of this shit. Thinking lampposts & boiled rope is the only solution.

      • Janos Skorenzy May 17, 2019 at 7:00 pm #

        Boiled rope? Why? Boil the oil and oil the guillotines!

  16. montsegur May 17, 2019 at 12:00 pm #

    I may be mistaken in this impression, but …

    It seems to me that the degree of coverage of international events by American media has dropped dramatically since the 2016 elections.

    Almost like they had their priorities changed … by whoever.

    Sad thing is, there was not a lot of in-depth journalism regarding international events prior to Trump’s election. Somehow, though, the situation has gotten worse: the coverage today is abysmal.

    Cheers

    • Ol' Scratch May 17, 2019 at 12:06 pm #

      And what we do see is almost all propaganda. I just assume everything I read or hear in the MSM now is spin cycle nonsense.

    • hmuller May 17, 2019 at 12:07 pm #

      It costs a lot of money to send a news crew overseas.

      But you can get a bunch of Trump haters to sit around a news studio table on the cheap. Maybe a few dollars more for the Tourette’s guy because he keeps the discussion focused on cursing.

      • benr May 17, 2019 at 12:10 pm #

        Speaking of Tourette’s my all time favorite personality with the affliction is Adam Curry.

        noagendashow.com/

        Worth a listen.

    • volodya May 17, 2019 at 12:49 pm #

      I agree. I think you have to go to foreign media. You can get over the air broadcasts from NHK English language news service from some PBS stations. Given that NHK is based in Japan you get what’s going on way over yonder. It’s 15 minutes of news and then 15 minutes of “in-depth.” They used to have an English language news service from the German broadcaster DW.

      • Nightowl May 17, 2019 at 6:43 pm #

        Many foreign outlets are corrupted as well. Here in Germany the big names (DW, Süddeusche, Zeit, Spiegel, etc) publish the same talking points as American media; the only difference is the dry delivery.

        There was a guy here who used to work for FAZ and wrote a book on being paid to lie for a living. Spiegel had a major scandal a few months ago (the Relotius scandal) where a top reporter who had received multiple awards for quality journalism was caught lying repeatedly about Trumpi. They fired him, but it hardly matters as the entire rag is a dumpster fire.

      • SpeedyBB May 23, 2019 at 1:41 pm #

        Even considering the language difficulty I found Deutsche Welle to be of astonishing quality, compared to anyone else’s broadcasts.

        Problem was that it was only available with a parabola and I didn’t have one.

        Aljazeera has done some pretty amazing stuff too, such as that expose of Boeing’s strike-breaking and moving 787 production to East Jesus, Mississippi… unqualified warm bodies hired off the street… sloppy construction covered up – inspectors don’t care.,.. illegal drugs freely available on the factory floor.

        Surprised they haven’t started falling apart in the sky by now.

        Can’t see ANY American network doing that kind of in-depth exposé on the ‘Lazy B’, even after the 737 Max 800 clusterfuck.

    • Tate May 17, 2019 at 2:25 pm #

      Sometime during the 1980s I think it was, maybe the 1990s, national news suffered a sea change. Suddenly there were all these stories which would have previously been exclusively on the local news. Crime blotter stuff basically. The question is why?

      It occurred about the same time I saw a commercial touting one of the major bank credit cards that I thought was equally odd, tag line: ‘It’s all about you.’ (zoom in on a man staring off into the middle distance while filling his gas tank.)

  17. wm5135 May 17, 2019 at 12:19 pm #

    Janet Reno pulled Mueller’s cookies out of the fire 1999-2000.

    All media and opinion makers have had access to information about the investigation of the Boston office of the FBI, since Mueller”s appointment to investigate colusion, and now another White Knight is called upon to lead us to the truth. Another straight shooter, a man of impecable character, perhaps another James Comey, is tasked with ferreting out the truth.

    “Well, there they go again”, it is now afternoon in America. The great communicator vaingloriously putting an end to energy policy of reality by pulling the plug on the White House solar array while the indespensible nation cheered in approval, memories. Now the exceptional are clamoring to have someone else’s children come home in a box.

    The current president unveils a new immigration policy that favors young, highly skilled workers. A meritocracy of immigration! That “on the installent plan” degree for our exceptional children is on the verge of taking another shot in the shorts. I hear a sucking sound and it is not coming from Mexico, it is the sound of those no relief student loans sucking the hopes and aspirations from another segment of the United States citizenry.

    Now that the lunacy of last two years has been deeply embedded into the psyche of the left, the righteousness of the right with just un petit peu of indignant victimhood will be cemented into the psyche of the right.

    We will spend millions of dollars, we will be at each other’s throats and we will have a “Free and Fair” election. There will be no discernable variation in the operation of the United States government or whose hands actually hold the strings. Ah yes, but there will be a winner, an interpretation of Carlin, “but it won’t be you”.

    Left, Right, Left, Right – a drunk stumbling down a narrow alley to the liquor store.

    Our system as currently composed has the ability to play on the emotional strings of the populace to the degree that it makes Itzhak Perlman’s virtuousity on the violin look to be the work of a ham handed oaf.

    A sobering analysis is over at SRSrocco Report – The End of the Oil Giants – a bit of a hustle with analysis

    • messianicdruid May 17, 2019 at 1:01 pm #

      “Janet Reno pulled Mueller’s cookies out of the fire 1999-2000.”

      For what he did in the 1990’s ?

    • Ol' Scratch May 17, 2019 at 3:11 pm #

      Almost no one noticed how dire the situation has become because most analysts reason in terms of barrels of crude or in financial terms. GDP growth data aggregates the growth of the oil industry world (oil industry plus everything and everyone that are necessary for the oil industry to operate) with that of the non-oil world. This aggregation masks what is actually taking place. To keep operating the oil world progressively starves the non-oil world of the net energy that is vital for its continued existence.

      Spot on.

      • Ol' Scratch May 17, 2019 at 3:24 pm #

        Sadly, not a single mention of overpopulation and finishing with this baloney…

        “Our aim is to achieve a rapid turn towards a 100% Solar Sustainable World, in less than 20 years, at lower cost than anything else, by shifting from the current 88% wastage to over 80% productive uses of primary energy”

        …after lambasting renewables earlier in the piece. Might work for 500M people, assuming industrial society doesn’t totally collapse or go up in a mushroom cloud first, but no way in hell for for 7.6B and still growing.

        • 100th Avatar May 17, 2019 at 4:56 pm #

          Buckminster types have always believed that a global smart grid could eliminate waste and reduce cost while providing more to all.

          Well, we all know why that never went anywhere.

          And too late now.
          Although millennials hold out hope of solar farms and windmills.

          The millennials are still in those self-absorbed years fretting about their future and the state of the world, not having reached those post-40 years where the attitude shifts to f*** it, I’m just going to ride this b*** hot ‘til my sunset.

          Happily.

          At least that’s how I feel when I’m filling up my luxo-guzzler store-by-four at the pump after grabbing a bag of double methane patties with cheese at the drive-thru.

          That, and how I’m contributing to f****g the millennials and a few billion others by doing it.

          Not my problem

    • BackRowHeckler May 17, 2019 at 3:29 pm #

      $15 per hour mininum wage just voted in here, good if you have made Dunkin Donuts your career, not so good if you are a teenager looking for your first job.

      Brh

      • benr May 19, 2019 at 9:25 am #

        Why does everyone think $15 dollars an hour for minimum wage is such a good thing?
        As minimum wages goes up so does the cost of everything else!
        They are just shrinking the buying power of everyone else used to be $30 dollars an hour was a good wage now pfffft.
        Happy meals are almost $10 as a result.
        Just another plot to destroy everyone else.

    • ozone May 17, 2019 at 5:37 pm #

      wm5135,
      IMHO, a realistic assessment. Thanks.

  18. wwg1wga May 17, 2019 at 1:03 pm #

    Constitutionalism….is the new counterculture.
    got-truth.com/docs/Constitutionalism%20is%20the%20new%20counterculture.pdf

    #oathkeepers

    Q.

  19. Walter B May 17, 2019 at 1:15 pm #

    So you think the radical anti-Trumpsters cannot press the Russiagate attack Jim? Well, logic would dictate that they should not, but because they have nothing else, I do believe that they will do it anyway. They have nothing else and is it not their tiny mindset that if they bitch and moan long enough and at loud enough volume levels that the other, weaker side will finally cave just to shut them the fuck up? I am seeing this approach at all levels around me, both politically and socially as the spoiled brats and babies of our society continue to ignore facts and figures, and conjure up their own demented form of reality out of self serving lies.

    The financial morass we are all in is the perfect example. They absolutely have to raise interest rates in order to make any correction in the system at all, and yet they cannot raise them or they will collapse the entire mess. So they do nothing. They continue down the long road of do nothing which inevitably will lead us all to a sheer cliff of doom, or if we are lucky allow us all to move in ever decreasing spirals until we eventually fly up our own bung holes. Some choice, eh?

    • Nightowl May 17, 2019 at 6:51 pm #

      The media in all its forms are all in now. Fake news flowing like wine at a Roman orgy and social media sites are deplatforming anyone they perceive as a threat.

      Facebook’s plans to hush all anti-globalist media prior to the next election was leaked recently.

  20. BackRowHeckler May 17, 2019 at 1:30 pm #

    Hay Malthus, if you’re looking in …

    I see in LA state and city govt want to ban single family houses because they are racist and exclusionary, replace them with high density apartments, using zoning laws. Unstated of course, the Big Lefty Dems proposing this will remain in their own large single family house with a nice back yard, yes, the new paradigm is for those racist whites trying to escape from the crime and violence of minority dominated neighborhoods. Big Dems are here to tell you there is no escape, they will see to that.

    Why any white working class person would stay in a city like LA or San Francisco is beyond me.

    Brh

      • BackRowHeckler May 17, 2019 at 3:05 pm #

        Message from Big City Lefty Urban Mayors to hapless whitey:

        “Not only will eat the sh#t we’re dishing out, you will smile and say it tastes good.”

        Right now the most squalid, hopeless urban craphole (excluding Camden, NJ) surprisingly is Baltimore. No amount of anti racist zoning laws are going to rescue that place. Even the Orioles suck.

      • SpeedyBB May 24, 2019 at 4:02 am #

        Seems par for the course in Minnesomalia…

    • malthuss May 17, 2019 at 2:57 pm #

      You tube–Fullerton Informer.
      He has a talk on ‘stack and pack housing’ AKA Agenda 2030.
      get rid of the middle class and its White children.

    • JohnAZ May 17, 2019 at 5:08 pm #

      On our cruise to Alaska, every single Southern California resident, at least a dozen we were talking to are trying to get out of California. Issues. Taxes, and Democratic stupidity.

    • benr May 19, 2019 at 9:26 am #

      Just add all of California’s big cities to that list the progressive scum are destroying San Diego as well.

  21. volodya May 17, 2019 at 1:32 pm #

    Washington descends into idiocy and impotence.

    America’s reach won’t extend to all of America never mind far-flung overseas dependencies like Japan and Korea and the Philippines. Or Germany or Poland. No matter, all of these places can take care of themselves or, at any rate, will have to.

    Message to Berlin, time to clean out the historical attic and find the man-pants. They’re stored away up there somewhere. And if the people of Poland don’t want to answer once again to a foreign potentate, whether Russian or otherwise, they’ll have to do the same.

    I don’t know what to say about the (sorry Q) Ukraine. Electing a comedian may be better than electing an oligarch but if the comedian is getting his marching orders from a billionaire Ukrainian cut-throat, then what’s the difference? You can talk about the Russians or the Americans until the cows come home, but the future of the Ukraine rests with Ukrainians and not the likes of Vickie Nuland or her Russian counterparts. Neither Russia nor the US have got the strength to move the needle. They can turn the screws on Kiev but events there have got their own momentum (or inertia). Something may yet come out of those Russian steppes or river valleys that’s worth a damn in civilizational terms but this is something that takes shape over generations.

    Oh yeah, the EU. Never mind the EU. This is the fly-blown carcass of a once vibrant continental civilization that’s on its knees begging for conquest and replacement. The question of course is conquest and replacement by who and what. Look at the spavined French, once the big-thinkers of Europe, obsessed by couture and cuisine, run by a two-bit lackey for big-money who’s too dumb to know that you don’t insult the people you’re mandated to serve. Yellow Vests? It could be a lot worse.

    The mighty and the glittering in their great salons may turn their noses up at nationalist movements in the center of Europe, but at least there’s some piss and vinegar there.

    • Janos Skorenzy May 17, 2019 at 1:51 pm #

      The Shia and the radical Sunni Muslims make no distinctions between America and Israel – seeing them both as parts of one Zionist Entity. Do you think they’re wrong about that? Does not the tail wag the dog? One poster quoted size. But is not the brain smaller than the rest of the body?

      America is a proxy of Israel – a nation without borders as the Zionists Founding Fathers said. Israel is not going to get to sit this one out and let White Americans die for them. Not happening, thank God. Maybe that will make them desist.

      • volodya May 17, 2019 at 2:28 pm #

        No, Israel and the US are not the same entity, Zionist or otherwise.

        Israel wants the US as a backstop. Israel has a big influence on US middle-east policy. That comes out of two things; American guilt for not doing more to stop the Nazi massacres of European Jews and Jewish money in Washington. Money talks, simple as that.

        But that’s just for now. Time passes. It’s been a lifetime since WW2 ended and Israel was formed. American guilt fades, leftist ideology won’t abide American support for Israel.

        Since 1945 a lot changed. The US sent its industrial backbone to China and Mexico, and thereby ruined the American economy and America’s status as a world power. The US doesn’t have the wherewithal anymore. Israel and a lot of other places will have to fend for themselves.

        • malthuss May 17, 2019 at 3:03 pm #

          Since 1945 a lot changed.

          . The US sent its industrial backbone to China–1990s.
          and Mexico,..that was 1980s.

        • BackRowHeckler May 17, 2019 at 3:15 pm #

          V, there’s nothing the US could have done to stop the holocaust, except win the war, which was done. I think its telling that in the middle of WW2, none other than the VP of the US, Henry Wallace, visited as a special guest the Soviet death camp at Kolyma for a full month, and pronounced if a pretty good place. It doesn’t seem to be hard to hide mass murder. As for Wallace he saw what he wanted to see.

          Brh3

          • volodya May 17, 2019 at 3:32 pm #

            I think what also haunts the American conscience is turning away boats full of Jewish refugees.

            But you’re pretty much right I think, aside from bombing death camps to demolish the facilities, but then you’d kill the inmates. Or maybe they could’ve made liberating the camps a central part of US and allied military campaigns.

            But what I’ve read, and no doubt there’s a lot of disputation on this from bona fide historians and holocaust deniers alike, a huge number of Jews were killed in situ by the Nazis instead of being transported to death camps ie dig a ditch, line ’em up and shoot. If that’s the case, you can bomb the camps if you like, or conduct air attacks to disrupt the trains going there, but that would have been of limited effectiveness.

          • Tate May 17, 2019 at 3:43 pm #

            Henry Wallace came within a hair’s breadth of becoming POTUS. He was replaced by Truman on the Demo ticket in 1944, if memory serves. Although he wasn’t a communist himself, all of his closest aides & advisors were communist spies. This was irrefutably proved when the Venona papers were released in the 1990s.

          • Janos Skorenzy May 17, 2019 at 6:51 pm #

            Haunts our conscience? With no help from endless epistles and articles written by you folks? So helpful!

            If we had let in all the Jews who wanted to come here, America would have gone down all the faster into Communism. Simple as that.

        • JohnAZ May 17, 2019 at 5:15 pm #

          Until the “silent majority” of the US starts to fight back against the Leftist attacks, America is doomed.

          Fifty years ago, Bernie Sanders would have been declared an enemy of the nation and ostracized. The Leftist Democrats are the greatest threat this country and its Constitution has ever faced.

          The difference? Illegal immigration for fifty years to the point that they are the majority, influence wise.

        • beantownbill. May 17, 2019 at 7:13 pm #

          While what you say is basically true, it’s still all about the oil.

      • elysianfield May 17, 2019 at 8:09 pm #

        “But is not the brain smaller than the rest of the body?”

        Janos,
        Most parts, but not all…sadly.

      • Q. Shtik May 17, 2019 at 11:04 pm #

        Does not the tail ……
        is not the brain …….. – Janos

        ============

        groan

  22. 4014HAMPHEDGE May 17, 2019 at 1:51 pm #

    Black Swans and black locomotives… Union Pacific, best of the Railroad Monopolies, has rebuilt to 1944 brand new condition a pair of the biggest 6000HP steam locomotives, running to Ogden, Utah May 9 for Golden Spike Sesquicentennial doings. Good corporate intentions offset by decades of systematic demolition of bread basket branch lines in California & the Wheat Belt. -sic transit gloria mundi-

    Promises of US receiving Divine payback for 30,000,000 infant sacrifices and political correct BDS against Israel should encourage Mr. JHK to again plead for railway matrix rebuild, particularly needful as famine hedge. EMP owing to Troposphere nuclear detonation is lead-in to food distribution breakdown, proportional with how soon rail lines into food growing districts can be made useable/rebuilt.

    Anticipating “Nobuddy dares”, let’s state the obvious: An inside job made to look like PDRK/Iran; anyone on the current “Axis Of Evil” list- the old tried & true False Flag ploy. I feel anguish and sympathy for all parties, including mia patria nostra… The poor bastard adversaries surrounding America will sooner or later meet up with a full stop. Hooks are in their jaws, drawing into the maelstrom. No comfort because USA will see years in throes of disease and want.

  23. FincaInTheMountains May 17, 2019 at 2:03 pm #

    Even the Vault of the Old Prison in this City is Shaped by the letter “E”

    I promised to describe the US socio-political state on the eve of the appointment of John Durham as a prosecutor in the case about the beginning of the Mueller’s investigation, since this is very important.

    It is already clear that the leaders of the Black World Project accepted their defeat as a fact and initiated the plans B, C, D, and E.

    Moreover, it is already clear that part of all these plans is the generation of info-noise, the task of which is to drown out the wave of our memory of what happened on the eve of this victory, since it is critically important, in particular, the memory that this victory began with a wave of indignation caused by the promise of presidential candidate Hillary Clinton to deny the non-profit (charitable) status to all churches that will discriminate homosexuals by refusing to provide them with “wedding service”, because it means the closure of these churches due to the inability to pay property tax.

    Fortunately, this picture still exists in my memory and I specifically do not read the news that it would not be erased before I write this post.

    But there is one event from which it is simply impossible for me to hide and which is impossible to forget – this is the confrontation in my native town of Yekaterinburg in connection with the construction of another Orthodox Church in the center of the city.

    For a long time I resisted the obsession with this topic, until I realized that it was the very same thing on the eve of John Durham’s appointment, as if he had not been appointed to investigate Mueller’s investigation, the events in Yekaterinburg would have become uncontrollable, possibly fatal.

    There is no doubt that this square and this temple have long been prepared for the arrival of some Pompeo, just as the Russian pension reform was prepared for the start of the World Cup. And the more Yevgeny Roizman convinces us of the opposite, the stronger my confidence that this is exactly what happened.

    Activists storm Yekaterinburg Russia park in protest against new church
    bbc.com/news/world-europe-48276170

    bbc.com/russian/features-48302254?ocid=socialflow_facebook&fbclid=IwAR0LG0aTx2SL0d3hGxStfDP4QzZ…

    After rereading his interview with BBC three times, I somehow remembered how with the threat of prison he and his family were pushed into Mikhail Prokhorov’s arms, just like the Russian scientific intelligentsia was pushed under Alexei Navalny after this intelligentsia had dumped the “Union of the Right Forces” and voted for Sergei Glazyev and the “Homeland” party.

    I even came to the conclusion that Yevgeny Roizman, whom I greatly respect for many reasons, is very much depressed by his position and that in this interview he actually described in detail how this Maidan Coup was prepared in the Russian state and in the Russian Orthodox Church, and that only complete hopelessness prevents him from telling about it in plain text.

    As proof, I could tell you in detail how these events are presented in the American media and social networks, but unfortunately this is impossible for personal reasons and I will limit myself to saying that in several American sources at the highest level these events are presented as traditional for Russia abuse of power by the mayor of Yekaterinburg Vysokinsky and local oligarch Altushkin in collusion with the Yekaterinburg Diocese.

    And I have no doubt that if it were not for the appointment of John Durham to investigate the investigation of Mueller, then the first line in these messages would be information about the mining of the Yekaterinburg Diocese and the evacuation of its employees.

    But so far it did not get to that.

    So far.

    • FincaInTheMountains May 17, 2019 at 3:33 pm #

      P.S. The most superficial acquaintance with the biography of the mayor of Yekaterinburg Vysokinsky, who replaced Yevgeny Roizman at his post, forces me to immediately conclude that this little bastard was made in the same workshops as the reform of the Russian Academy of Science and the Trump Steele Dossier.

      Thus, we obtain the stylistic unity of the Steele Dossier, the original text of the reform of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the Maidan in the city of Sverdlovsk. ( in this context, I can’t call it the the city of St. Catherine)

      youtube.com/watch?v=Zngcf-4JKI0

  24. Elrond Hubbard May 17, 2019 at 2:43 pm #

    Elizabeth Warren Just Transformed the Abortion Debate

    nymag.com/intelligencer/2019/05/andrew-sullian-a-way-through-the-intractable-abortion-wars.html

    “Elizabeth Warren is not afraid. Today, she set out a proposal to integrate Roe v. Wade’s provisions for access to abortion into federal law. She even framed her proposal this way: Congress Can Protect Choice. And she’s right. Congress can legislate on abortion; the matter can be settled through politics, rather than through a strained parsing of the Constitution by the courts. Political arguments can be made, and countered. Voters can go to the polls to support candidates who will vote for such a law, which will make any previous Supreme Court ruling irrelevant.

    “This is the process called politics. And America, for 46 years, has tried to keep abortion out of it. It’s encouraging to see Warren jump into the fray to bring legislative politics back to the subject — and to call the right’s bluff on taking that approach. It’s amazing it has taken this long.

    “Every other major democracy treats abortion this way: through the legislative branch hammering out a compromise. Ireland, an outlier, because its Constitution barred legal abortion outright, just voted overwhelmingly to amend the Constitution and legislate the right to choose. Sometimes there are nuances: In Britain, for example, on questions that can come down to a personal conscience, like this one, there is no party-line whip. But no one in Western Europe seems to believe that public debate should be irrelevant to the question.

    “In the United States, of course, this is currently not how things work. Voters have been largely sidelined on the question since 1973. The Supreme Court decided the issue, so there is little or no incentive for political players to hammer out any kind of compromise and every incentive to use the issue to rally the party bases, demonize ideological opponents, and enact extreme measures, knowing nothing will come of them, and no real accountability will follow.”

    Thoughts? What one Congress can pass, a later Congress can repeal.

    • hmuller May 17, 2019 at 4:21 pm #

      Abortion was a crime under the old English common law. When the Colonies became the States, it was the States not the Federal Government which was empowered to deal with common law crimes.

      Hence, I believe every state should have complete control over its abortion policies. A few states might make it illegal, but so what!

      A woman can always jump on a bus or plane and get the procedure in another state. Her ticket and expenses paid by wealthy philanthropic individuals and organizations which should be delighted to put their money where their mouth is.

      Is the baby due in a couple days? No problem, New York is untroubled by deadlines. (dead lines – unfortunate choice of wording). I’m sure they can make enough money selling newborn baby parts to cover the poor woman’s traveling expenses.

      The stated mandate of Margaret Sanger will march on – ridding the world of low value people of color and white trash. Our Elitists are quite devoted to eugenics. I’m just saying make them pay for it!

      • Janos Skorenzy May 17, 2019 at 6:55 pm #

        Abortion is horrible. And no abortion is also horrible in a mixed country. No people use abortion as much as Blacks. Without abortion, there would be millions more of them and would have been for the last few decades.

        White trash? You don’t think they exist? No people has a greater range of high and low than Whites. Thus no people could benefit more from Eugenics – which is why it’s utterly verboten to the new Elite who want to end us.

        • hmuller May 17, 2019 at 7:05 pm #

          verboten by whom? God?

          • Janos Skorenzy May 17, 2019 at 7:15 pm #

            The People who hate Whites. The Left. The Tribe. The Minorities. The Intersectional Grievance Alliance.

    • benr May 17, 2019 at 5:23 pm #

      Judicial tyranny can also be over turned when sanity replaces insanity.

      • Elrond Hubbard May 18, 2019 at 8:14 pm #

        So you support Sen. Warren’s proposal, benr?

        Having elected representatives legalize abortion from the legislature sure sounds more democratically legitimate than unelected judges, legislating from the bench. Something like 70% of Americans oppose making abortion illegal in all circumstances.

        • hmuller May 19, 2019 at 8:38 am #

          “In all circumstances”. Interesting wording. I assume some Americans would allow abortion for rape and incest victims but not in other circumstances.

          How many abortions are due to rape and incest? Google it and you’ll see 1% or 1.5%. I once heard the number 4%. It’s not a lot. So what are the poll results if we rephrase the question:

          “Abortion should be illegal except in cases of rape and incest?” .

          You are playing your usual game of word crafted sophistries, Elrond.

        • benr May 19, 2019 at 9:31 am #

          No nothing Warren talks about is rational nor makes sense.
          She is a phony from head to toe.
          There needs to be limits on Abortion as they are damaging to body, mind and soul.
          This is a states right issue and each state should define what it wants to a degree that it does not infringe on ones rights and Abortion is the ultimate infringement on the basic right to live.
          As we debate these things we all need to keep in mind that for what ever reason our mothers decided not to murder us in the womb.

          • hmuller May 19, 2019 at 10:20 am #

            Then why do my baby pictures show a coat hanger stuck thru my head? I was always suspicious of Mommy.

  25. malthuss May 17, 2019 at 3:02 pm #

    TiredOfTheTreadmill May 17, 2019 at 11:41 am # Uh-huh. Do you have any relevant links to a destroy whiteness seminar?

    Heckler mentioned that.
    I am old enough to remember –among other stuff–

    A 90-95% White USA.
    A wealthy Government
    A middle class…one man working 40 hours to support 2+3
    The biggest employers were who, TOTT? IBM, Auto makers

    etc.

    WHAT DO YOU REMEMBER?
    What facts do you have?

    I am tired of TOTT. so there.

  26. shabbaranks May 17, 2019 at 3:11 pm #

    The Russia hoax has ended. The time has come to arrest, indict, rendition, try before military tribunal, convict and execute sentence for sedition and treason against the perpetrators of the hoax.

    • James Hansen May 17, 2019 at 4:40 pm #

      I will go along with that but I would like to see the same for all the people responsible for the coup against Bill Clinton also.

      Do we have a deal?

      • 100th Avatar May 17, 2019 at 4:59 pm #

        That’s the wrong #metoo moment

      • benr May 17, 2019 at 5:25 pm #

        Sure!
        We have a deal!
        Except Bill was impeached and left in power so not really a coup more of a sock in the mouth.

  27. GhostOfHam May 17, 2019 at 5:26 pm #

    archive.is/EI6av
    “The Golden Golem of Greatness will be blamed for most of that.”

  28. RocketDoc May 17, 2019 at 5:51 pm #

    I am prepared to wake up one fine morning and find the world has misplaced its facade and everything has turned to shit but it is not what I SEE when I get out and about.
    “The US populace, sunk in decadence,……..ceremonial narcissistic grievance”. It’s a great line–easy to imagine, almost impossible to see as signs of prosperity with easily printed money pop up everywhere. I am no rich person (except for my health, family, and friendships) but I have been to graduations, weddings, family gatherings, entertainment, beach visits, national park hikes across the country this year and literally everywhere is booming. Is there a seamy underside of desperation in all these glittering venues-undoubtedly. But I don’t experience them. What we have here is an imaginative certainty but not a real Reality, yet. We are as enamored of our prophesied disaster as the religious are of their God and the elite are of their Progress. Seven years ago I watched the first episode of Game of Thrones and it was suggested that Winter was Coming. I subsequently was hooked enough to watch the first season and was sufficiently titillated to consider watching a second season but I was miffed that Winter seemed to have disappeared….

    • Janos Skorenzy May 17, 2019 at 6:58 pm #

      Yeah just like that new age flute player (what’s his name) went to Red China and said it was paradise. You have blinders on and see what you expect to see and/or you just don’t get around much.

  29. I listened to the anger in a woman’s voice who described the efforts of the original “Bra burners” who fought hard and long for the Equal Rights Amendment and the right to abortion.You could sense the palpable conviction of the history of suffrage, a legacy of hundreds of years and countless women.

    The castigation of the left’ failure to defend abortion rights was delivered in a voice you seldom hear these days: female anger.

    Anger is largely pathologized in females, around the world.

    In contrast, America was a place that cultivated, not just tolerated, loud, independent, and proud women, who were also, of course, splitting wood as much as raising children.

    This disposition of things changed broadly over the 20th century culminating in a resurgence and ultimate victory in the 1970s.

    The fracturing of the feminine storyline occurred alongside the fracturing of the masculine storyline.

    Broadly, this dissolution of gender roles in society and apathy of the disintegrating social structure caused a weakening in the fight and spirit for the rights of women over their own bodies…. the intelligentsia, and especially the bland, liberal caricature of the modern woman was blamed for modern “feminism” becoming too risk-averse, too avoidant, too censorious in terms of the ongoing project of enforcing a vigorous defense. Their attackers had no reason to show up on the battlefield after 1973. And so the once great warrior-queens put up their armor, and raised little millennial brats in the helicopter fashion of the 1990s, and forgot that there ever could be a day they’d see the state stop women from controlling their own bodies.

    Thus the majority-minority religious-affiliated were ignored, and uncontested, as they continued the work they started since the 1920s… getting God and the Gospel into every county, every state, while at the same time, their core belief against abortion leaving the public conversation.

    With it, their sphere of public influence grew while the public largely ignored their continual activity to undermine the Right. Politicians obliged their constituents on the matter of keeping silent. The public were uninterested in moral qualms of any kind, as they stewed in the contradictions and moral inversions of everyday life.

    Religion gained considerable strength, conducting a non-stop process of religious tests for public office… and yet it seemed no one heard, and no one saw, and no one said, what was happening… for 40 years.

    Suddenly, a judge in Alabama is sentencing a doctor to jail for 99 years. Women are buying bus tickets to other states to rid themselves of their rapist’s babies. Abortion is being banned, in defiance of Supreme Court law.

    While soccer moms barely noticed, informal religious networks met in church basements, drank punch, and ate cake and laughed and danced to music in All-American small towns across the country…

    But in Alabama…

    A doctor scans an ultrasound and squints. The normal, grainy image is distorted, and he turns the dial back and forth. Suddenly de realizes he is looking at a fetus with two heads.

    Immediately, he realizes- this will have to be a cesarean section. He runs down the list of staff and operating equipment he will need in his mind as he palpates the welfare mom’s belly, confirming the soft protuberance of the second cranium.

    He can’t believe it. Everything looks normal. One heart, One set of lungs. Two heads. He can see the slight pulsing of the external carotid artery… its is alive, not dead tissue. It looks perfectly formed.

    He isn’t a proud man, but he gets a rush. This is newsworthy. They’ll want to talk to him.

    Without a beat he phones his pastor.

    “Willy, you won’t believe it. You won’t believe it. I have a young lady here, she’s carrying a very… special child.”

    “Lord have mercy! Well, bless the Lord! What’s the gift?”

    “Two heads.”

    “Pardon?”

    “This child has two heads.”

    Pastor William is speechless, and stares at his Grandfather’s cuckoo clock. It must be a joke. “That’s pretty funny. So, what are you really calling about?”

    “Willy, listen to me. This is not a joke.”

    “You mean…”

    “This is a very special child. We will have to operate by the end of the day to deliver her safely.”

    “Sweet Lord Jesus… ”

    “I need you to pray for me, Willy. May God steady my hands to deliver his miracle.”

    —-

    Later that night, the two headed baby was delivered at 8 pounds, 5 ounces.

    While the pastor, the doctor and the attending gathered on ward, word spread.

    “The CDC is flying in tonight from Atlanta. We’ve already briefed him on the mother’s profile and history.”

    —-

    Hotel Room, Chicago, 9:48pm

    A phone rings at the executive director’s legal bureau for Monsanto, Inc.

    “Eddie Lampert, CDC on line 2.”

    “Thanks, darling.”

    “Hello?”

    “Bob, you’re not gonna believe this. We’re going to see another case tonight.”

    “Shit… after Benton & Albuquerque?”

    “The dossier lists one of our licenses on the adjacent property from her residence.”

    Montgomery, 10pm

    The governor’s phone rings.She turns over and picks up the receiver. Its Trump.

    “Kay, I have a special, special assignment for you.”

    Shocked, and still disoriented, Kay stammers. “W-what’s that, Mr. President? ”

    “Kay, listen closely. You’re gonna be famous- like me- really famous. You got a situation, I call a kind of situation, you don’t get situations, situations like these, very often. Kay, I’m pleased to inform you that I am authorizing the Medal of Freedom to be given to that beautiful baby, that beautiful two-headed baby, and Kay, I want you to give the Medal to that very special, you know, little baby.”

    “What? I don’t understand, what baby.”

    “The two headed baby. The two headed baby from Mobile.”

    “The two headed what? What baby?”

    “Didn’t you hear, the two-headed baby. My staff just texted me the picture of the ultrasound. Its beautiful- amazing! I thought to myself, this is an opportunity, that doesn’t come along, maybe for the first time ever! And I know you love babies and I love babies and this special little baby is the most amazing thing- let me tell you- this is really something. Don’t you know about this? Our people will fill you in on this….

    At the press conference the chatter of flashbulbs and portable typewriters filled the room.

    Doctor Leibovitz points to Fred from the Montgomery Observer.

    Clearing his throat, Fred asks, “Whats the little guy’s name?”

    The throng of photographers lean in.

    “Janus”

    • Janos Skorenzy May 17, 2019 at 7:26 pm #

      The Double Headed Axe. The Eagle that looks looks back and forward, each meaningless without the other. Time is a River, not a pond. And a Tree must have roots. So must people and nations.

      Everything I know comes from studying photographic negatives. They contain much that doesn’t come out in the positives. Potential is greater than actuality. The world doesn’t have to be as it is. See it as a negative. The Good Monsters are just waiting to come out. And the Beautiful Ones are not yet born.

      What about the Bad Monsters? Well, sure. That’s why we need the Good Ones. Right now we have the Bads and not the Goods. They’ve even turned Christ into a bearded faggot. No wonder all the women are becoming muff divers looking for pearls in the wrong places.

      Canned goods? Why not canned bads – as in canned laughter, heat or “Can the Kaiser”. One of the Bads used to say “Yes, we can”. Played backwards (a negative), It reads as “Praise Satan”.

    • hmuller May 17, 2019 at 9:17 pm #

      Are you writing a book, snack cakes, or just quoting from one?

  30. Janos Skorenzy May 17, 2019 at 7:33 pm #

    amren.com/news/2019/05/illegal-immigrant-healthcare-worker-46-tied-to-a-thousand-unexplained-deaths-…

    A thousand. This guy may be the ultimate serial killer. And he’s a Black Kenyan. Guess Liberals were wrong about Blacks not ever being serial killers – just as they’ve been wrong about everything else.

    • malthuss May 17, 2019 at 7:42 pm #

      Suffocating old women.

    • hmuller May 18, 2019 at 10:12 am #

      A black Kenyan! Maybe he’s related to Obama. They day psychopathy runs in families.

      • hmuller May 18, 2019 at 10:13 am #

        “say” not “day”, fat fingers.

  31. Janos Skorenzy May 17, 2019 at 8:27 pm #

    rt.com/usa/459520-gene-simmons-visits-pentagon/

    Of Kiss. Gives a pep talk to Whites about why they need to die for Zion and the American Way.

    • malthuss May 17, 2019 at 8:50 pm #

      I read some of his book. A lousy band that somehow made a lot of money.
      The book showed them, 3 jews and a non jew, climbing to the top.
      The book was a big yawn.

      Holocaust surviving parents.

    • malthuss May 17, 2019 at 8:51 pm #

      from yr link

      Gene Simmons doing PR for military industrial complex to the ignorant and naive American men and women to join in fighting and dying for Israel’s wars, which is the US war drums for Iran.

      when will Americans learn that dying in distant foreign lands is NOT protecting America? Even IF their government puts an American flag on it. Meanwhile the US has no borders. Americans are instead being tricked and fooled into protecting the State of Israel’s borders.
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      ‘Murican tax slaves paid for that nice border wall in Israel while the jews in ‘Murica tell them they can’t have a wall of their own. Trump didn’t even ask them nicely for permission to build one. Maybe if he promised the contract to an Israeli construction company???? I thought he was a deal maker.

  32. BackRowHeckler May 17, 2019 at 9:19 pm #

    As far as illegal immigration goes, its becoming clear nothing can be done about it. I read recently there might be as many as 2.5 billion people — the whole 3rd world — who would like to emigrate into the US, Canada and W Europe. There is no will to stop them. Libs think illegals can be used for political purposes, but they’re the ones who will end up being used, and abused. Same goes for the Chamber of Commerce types who want cheap labor. Illegals are like the Visigoths and Huns moving west into Rome in the 5th century; Rome was stunned, then shredded; or Genghis Khan’s unstoppable Mongol hordes rampaging west across Asia and Muscovy into Eastern Europe in the 13th century, consuming entire nations like locust thru biblical wheat. Eventually it’ll mean the end of the United States. The best we can do is adjust ourselves to it and try to survive.

    brh

    • James Hansen May 17, 2019 at 9:38 pm #

      The only thing we can hope for at this point is an alien intervention.

      • hmuller May 18, 2019 at 6:01 pm #

        Don’t expect you to believe this, but it happened a long time ago. And they never left.

        • SpeedyBB May 24, 2019 at 4:36 am #

          hmuller – ‘…sneaking suspicion…’ about subtle but firm alien / invisible guidance, even during my own short span (born 1940):

          No nuclear exchange, in spite of numerous close calls and narrow misses… revelation of ‘appropriate technology’ – such as the internet – at curiously appropriate times… gradual tipoff and mini-disclosures, such as the Zimbabwe schoolchildren (see John Mack video on YouTube) and the UFOs hovering over nuclear weapons bunkers and ICBM silos (2010 National Press Club conference, also on YouTube)… cinematic exposition that seems to make more and more sense (Fire in the Sky)…

          ‘Absence of evidence does not indicate evidence of absence’ indeed. ‘The Truman Show’ hit a nerve, indeed.

    • 100th Avatar May 17, 2019 at 9:44 pm #

      Don’t mean to spoil your overwrought melodrama… but you’ll be long dead before this happens

      • James Hansen May 17, 2019 at 10:18 pm #

        Because of the extreme provocations towards Russia and China by the U.S. I think a nuclear war will happen within a year or so. Trump and the MIC keeps increasing the pressure to a boiling and something has to give sooner or later.

        Party like it is 1999!

        • James Hansen May 17, 2019 at 10:19 pm #

          point.

        • I just don’t see it. The blowback would be too severe even if one of the leaders wanted to suicide, the deputies would step in.

          • James Hansen May 18, 2019 at 1:08 am #

            You do not see it because you are not reading enough and not from the right sources. The threat level goes up every day and I do not see a way that it can go down.

            The U.S. has stated the Russia and China have to be contained at any cost and they seem oblivious to the consequences.

            informationclearinghouse.info/51625-c.htm

            This site covers the situation better than anybody and war will caused by an accident not a formal declaration.

          • hmuller May 18, 2019 at 10:19 am #

            If they follow the pattern of the last time: Before a world war, we have to go thru a stock market crash, economic depression, trade wars brought on by trade tariffs, bombastic nationalistic world leaders.

            Nope, don’t see a hint of all that.

        • benr May 19, 2019 at 9:37 am #

          Nope not gonna happen.

    • Brh, I agree with everything except the “nothing can be done about it” Eeyore chorus line.

      Adaptation is the problem. Only reactions offer a path toward solutions. And we have the technology and political means to do something about it. We just need to stop being such cowards and spend just 10 minutes a day, every day, writing the congresspeople, and making our opinions known, damn the costs.

    • SoftStarLight May 18, 2019 at 3:42 pm #

      Something can be done about it Brh and one day something will be done about it. There will be more pain and suffering before we get there though. The signs of the reaction, the backlash, are popping up everywhere but mostly subtle right now. One day it will be very much in your face.

  33. I like to take disparate facts and link them together to form a narrative.

    For example, the fact that Alabama ranks #50 of 50 states in Education, while 12th pollution from coal and oil burning power plants.

    They’re also number one in taking away individual Rights as of this week. And a noted hotbed of religiosity.

    From this I reason that pollution causes stupid people which causes religious belief.

    Consider this editorial in Nature, the foremost international science journal:

    “Air pollution was once celebrated. Industrialists in Victorian Britain would point to the smoky streets of the Industrial Revolution and see only the signs of wealth and progress. Alerted in the 1960s to the stink of an Alabama paper mill some 30 kilometres away that was reaching the state capital, Governor George Wallace remarked: “Yeah, that’s the smell of prosperity.””

    It takes a while before you can hear alarm bells. They’ve been ringing them for 40 years for climate change. This editorial was published 6 months ago.

    So we need a reminder that there is a conspiracy of silence.

    April 24, 2019:

    “‘Stop denying the risks of air pollution’ -Research linking fine particulate pollution and premature deaths is under attack in the United States and other countries.”

    That is- the FACTS are under attack, and are being covered up.

    • hmuller May 18, 2019 at 10:25 am #

      How can there be a “conspiracy of silence” when most world leaders and the whole MSM are constantly talking about climate change?

      It would be nice if they could finally acknowledge the main culprit – geoengineering. That’s where there is a conspiracy of silence.

      • malthuss May 18, 2019 at 11:03 am #

        what is in chemtrails?

      • benr May 19, 2019 at 9:38 am #

        Main culprit is deforestation period end of story.
        Start planting trees everywhere they used to be.
        Want to geo-engineer make trees viable where there were none.

    • S M Tenneshaw May 19, 2019 at 6:42 pm #

      Speaking of Alabama’s abortion law: You know you’ve gone too far when you’ve lost Pat Robertson.

  34. Pucker May 17, 2019 at 11:00 pm #

    Usually things move from Good to Bad to Worse. Occasionally things get better, but the process of Entropy and overpopulation, Empire, “Progressive” Moral degradation, and resource depletion tend to tilt in the opposite direction. At least until the process reverses itself as per the historical cycle….

    The Ethics of the Stoics may tend to hold the process in abeyance since the Stoics tend to refuse to change themselves internally to accommodate the degradation, and the Stoics are devoted to Truth and Reason. But most people are cowardly, afraid, and weak. And at least one-third of the population, as one learns in Law School, is “Fucking Nuts”, which makes democracy inherently problematic. What can you do?

  35. Pucker May 17, 2019 at 11:09 pm #

    “The sad truth is that both China and the US are beset by dangerous fragilities.“

    X…i probably has all this Shit to deal with in China internally with all of the high IQ passive aggressive Chinese people all trying to grab money, power, and advantage. Meanwhile, that bastard Trump is being a huge Pain-in-the-Ass….

  36. Pucker May 17, 2019 at 11:32 pm #

    It looks like Beto is slipping in the Poles and that Pete is gaining ground with the support of the Deep State? CNN had a big promo of Pete showing footage of Pete in Afghanistan. Pete is in Naval Intelligence. Pete served at Bagram Airbase. It seems that there’s a big interrogation and torture facility at Bagram Airbase in Afghanistan. Pete speaks Dari and Farsi.

    Spock: “The White Privilege sadistic Agony Booth is a most effective means of discipline.”

    Kirk: “But what if they get off on it?”

    m.youtube.com/watch?v=1ydGv5XId4g

    • Pucker May 18, 2019 at 12:26 am #

      “It’s not about ideas anymore. It’s about the pleasures of coercion.”

      JHK

    • Until this circular firing squad gets together in a live 22-way debate, I’m suspending judgement

      • hmuller May 18, 2019 at 10:29 am #

        NY City Mayor De Blasio makes 23 (if I’m not mistaken). And that tranny pushing Chips Ahoy cookies should make 24. So far he/she is the only one making sense.

    • ozone May 18, 2019 at 8:37 am #

      One should not worry too much about P. BootyJudge getting the nod for resident of The Shit House. The “good people” [tm. Trip-G] of America hate queers and niggers with equal fervor.

      Off.

      Topic.

      Anyway.

      • Pucker May 18, 2019 at 9:24 am #

        What advice do you have for Pete, Chasten, and Beto when they start Slipping in the Poles? Start Grunting?

        • hmuller May 18, 2019 at 10:32 am #

          There’s nothing like a village of greased Poles to make it interesting.

        • malthuss May 18, 2019 at 11:02 am #

          poles–is that a sexual reference or a way of saying
          polls?

          • hmuller May 18, 2019 at 4:18 pm #

            Pucker introduced the spelling for the Slavic people Poles. So I ran with it.

  37. Pucker May 18, 2019 at 7:27 am #

    The Queers are infiltrating public school teaching and the school boards. Chips Ahoy….

    ·
    19h
    Chasten Buttigieg: “Thank you so much for the opportunity to meet with you today and thanks for the introduction,
    @rweingarten
    ! As a teacher myself, I’m ready to elevate the discussion around improving education and increasing teacher pay, support, and respect in this country.”

    Randi Weingarten (born December 18, 1957)[1] is an American labor leader, attorney, and educator. She is president of the American Federation of Teachers (AFT) and a member of the AFL-CIO. She is the former president of the United Federation of Teachers. On October 11, 2007, Weingarten publicly announced she is a lesbian. Weingarten introduced Liz Margolies, 54, a psychotherapist and health care activist, as her partner while accepting the Empire State Pride Agenda’s 2007 Community Service Award from Christine Quinn.[4][140] As of December 2012, she was in a relationship with Rabbi Sharon Kleinbaum of Congregation Beit Simchat Torah.[141] They married March 25, 2018.[142][143]

    In December 2014, Weingarten wrote in Jezebel that she had almost been raped just after her junior year in college.[144]

    • malthuss May 18, 2019 at 11:01 am #

      Are? More like have been messing with education. Lets look at—

      Rockefellers–gave the land for the UN.
      ‘control people thru ‘education’–thus spoke Nelson.
      A female Rockefeller [theres a wiki page on her] was or is a feminist. big time.

      The Queers–more like the leftists, power elite and
      albas fiends. I mean friends, the ((())).

      • GreenAlba May 19, 2019 at 11:39 am #

        ((()))
        ((()))

        I don’t know any spiders personally, malthuss, me old chump, I mean chap.

    • Q. Shtik May 18, 2019 at 11:26 am #

      Weingarten wrote in Jezebel that she had almost been raped just after her junior year in college. – Pucker

      ==============

      Yeah, it was awful. He asked me out for coffee and I could tell by the look on his face he wanted to get in my pants.

  38. ozone May 18, 2019 at 9:06 am #

    Go to Consortium News and scroll down for The Real Mueller-Gate Scandal. For some strange reason, it won’t link.

    • ozone May 18, 2019 at 9:07 am #

      It’s on-topic and also shows why the “intelligence community” wants Assange permanently under some undisclosed rock…

    • ozone May 18, 2019 at 9:11 am #

      If, after reading the article, you can’t figure out why silencing Assange is such a high priority, then you may consider yourself beautifully indoctrinated.

    • Walter B May 18, 2019 at 9:37 am #

      I have either read this before or have seen a similar description of the ineptitude of the farce that Mueller was engaged in. All facts and real evidence leads to the requirement that Mr. Mueller be quickly tried, convicted and then severely punished for his crimes against humanity.

      The entire affair was and remains ridiculous and the reality that anybody anywhere puts any faith or credence in this sham is proof that our nation has degraded into a sorry joke.

      The New Reality – make it up, contour it to your needs, and spoon feed it to any idiot that is willing to eat it. Like Jim says, “anything goes and nothing really matters”.

  39. volodya May 18, 2019 at 10:14 am #

    There’s an old Jewish saying that if you stand by the river long enough you’ll watch your enemies float by.

    I don’t know how deeply ingrained that notion is in cultural terms but maybe JHK subscribes to that idea being of that particular ethno-religious persuasion.

    And maybe Trump does too. I suspect that he’s rubbed shoulders with a lot of Jewish business-men in his line of work and so maybe he’s absorbed some of their thinking.

    And look at what he’s survived. A bunch of real estate companies collapsed starting in the 1990s, including some really big ones, but somehow Trump salvaged something out of it. He left bankrupted businesses in his wake, but he’s still standing.

    So is his presidency. OK, it was a laughable, half-assed coup attempt mounted against him, Italianate in its incompetence, with that joke of a dossier, a pissant Facebook advertising campaign put up by the Russians for who-knows-what purpose given the miniscule funds expended, and also a preposterous story about Russian email hacking, the chief – cough – evidence as the basis for all the “suspicion” and justification for all the surveillance.

    I mean, according to Facebook, the Russian ads cost $100,000 bucks. And $100,000 bucks does not amount to spit in an election costing $2.5 billion, or election advertising amounting to $1 billion, or donations from 20 individuals coming to more than $500 million.

    Still, Mueller took two years, ruined people who got in his investigative gun-sights, and without the benefit of foresight, you couldn’t know how low the coup-leaders would stoop to remove a sitting president.

    But Trump rode it out, and despite some mob-boss blustering about firing this guy and that guy, managed to not get rid of the guys entrusted to follow his orders but who failed to do the firing. And he didn’t replace those disobedient underlings with guys who WOULD do the firing and so put the issue of obstruction of justice into the realm of a Rachel Maddow wet-dream.

    So maybe JHK has that confidence, born of millennia of survival in the face of persecution and recent extinction-level calamity, but I’m not of his ilk. I’m not so optimistic about the juridical machines having the institutional will to grind out judgment and penalty for the miscreants that inflicted this lunacy.

    But maybe JHK is right, maybe he’s got the clearer take on this. . Maybe Trump will be standing by the river, watching his enemies float by. If that happens I will laugh my ass off.

    • malthuss May 18, 2019 at 11:08 am #

      Old Jewish Saying–when 2 jews argue, there are 3 [or 33] opinions.

      Is Bill still here?
      I found this and thought of him, He has posted that I am stupid.
      He must be very threatened by those who know.

      ‘Murican tax slaves paid for that nice border wall in Israel while the jews in ‘Murica tell them they can’t have a wall of their own.

      Trump didn’t even ask them nicely for permission to build one.

      Maybe if he promised the contract to an Israeli construction company????
      I thought he was a deal maker.

      • Janos Skorenzy May 18, 2019 at 2:18 pm #

        The Wall was never going to get built by conventional legislation. America is far too far gone for that. So we die. That’s acceptable. But declaring a National Emergency is simply beyond the pale! And actually, that would still be fought and delayed to a standstill. Only Martial Law could have done the trick, with judges arrested for trying to throw monkey wrenches into the works. But in retrospect, Trump was obviously the last guy in the world who was ever going to do that. So there was never a ghost of a chance with him. He’s simply not a Man of Gold or even Silver (Brahman or Ksyatria) in the spiritual sense. The Vaisya or Merchant predominates over the Ksyatria in his nature. But he has enough of the latter to fake that that’s what he is in total.

        Most people are a mixture of castes of course. And he has used his mix to great effect, posturing a nobility that he simply won’t back up in actuality.

        • volodya May 18, 2019 at 2:37 pm #

          You can build a wall but if it has gates that you leave open the wall won’t do any good. There are big-money interests that don’t want a wall like agribusiness and the Chamber of Commerce in general. They want cheap labor pure and simple. And they have got both major parties in their pockets. So good luck with the wall. And if they do build the wall the Koch Bros and their type will get illegals in one way or the other. This is a problem that won’t get solved with a wall. The roots go deeper.

          • volodya May 18, 2019 at 2:51 pm #

            But I would build the wall if only to make the point: this is the border and ye shall not trespass. It won’t hurt.

          • SoftStarLight May 18, 2019 at 3:34 pm #

            That’s the reason why we must round up and arrest any business owners and corporate executives that employ illegal aliens. We just need to make examples of a few to get most to stop their bad behavior. Then we have to ban work visas and all of that crap so that jobs are given to native born citizens. And enforce it like there is no tomorrow.

  40. volodya May 18, 2019 at 10:56 am #

    “Fatal imbalances”, a masterpiece of understatement which in two words encapsulates what could take a book.

    Yeah, “fatal imbalances” in this unworkable scheme they call Globalism, which in the inception any half-wit Burger King manager would have been able to spot, never mind titans of the academy, or the upper-most of the Davos Class. I don’t understand what they don’t understand, that if you undermine the economic viability of your guarantor and protector, you put your fortune in peril, never mind your very life.

    But apparently they don’t understand. I’m not intimate with the councils of the mighty, they don’t ask what I think and they don’t confide in me, which is why I don’t understand what they’re not getting. I discount their public utterances but rather judge by what they do. As SoftStarLight sez, they’re capable of long-term planning. But, in my view, they’re just not that bright.

    It wouldn’t be the first instance of stark lunacy within living memory. The Great War is more than one hundred years past, so there may be a few centenarians around who remember the dire aftermath, but who probably were too young to recall the war itself. But there are still people who were alive during the Great Depression and during the Stalinist era and who were alive in the early morning of June 22, 1941. And what the hell were the Nips thinking when they bombed Pearl Harbor? And what the hell was Adolf thinking when he declared war on the US?

    They laugh at and deride “populism” but what is it if not the opposite of “elitism” and what have “elites” inflicted if not sheer lunacy?

    • FincaInTheMountains May 18, 2019 at 12:46 pm #

      And what the hell was Adolf thinking when he declared war on the US

      He was thinking of Janos, Malthus and other collaborators to be his Fifth column of traitors.

      • BackRowHeckler May 18, 2019 at 4:54 pm #

        Have you checked your vaults in St Petersburg for our Doubloons? NKVD backed Spanish police expropriated 10 gold Doubloons in Laredo, Spain, on June 12, 1937 from the Sanchez family, ‘for safe keeping’, purportedly to keep them out of the hands of Franco’s troops. Right now they’d be worth $16 million apiece; I figure you owe us a cool $160 mill, Finca. Get my email fromJim if you come up wirh anything. We are willing to negotiate.

        Brh

    • Janos Skorenzy May 18, 2019 at 2:11 pm #

      World Jewry declared war on Nationalist Socialist Germany about seven years before the supposed outbreak of hostilities. You can google that to look at the Newspaper headlines. But you already knew that, didn’t you? I mean your not going to let little things like the Truth get in the way of your narrative, right?

      • SoftStarLight May 18, 2019 at 2:21 pm #

        I never knew about this reality until you posted about it several months ago. It is very true and it upsets me that its not common knowledge because it is an important fact.

        • Janos Skorenzy May 18, 2019 at 2:27 pm #

          Want to know even more? Google the two series: “Greatest Story Never Told” and “Europa, the Last Battle”.

          • SoftStarLight May 18, 2019 at 3:08 pm #

            Yes, I do, and thank you for telling me.

        • S M Tenneshaw May 19, 2019 at 6:34 pm #

          Actually it’s just a buncha BM. But hey, you knew that.

          How do ya know when Otto’s taking a shit? His lips are moving.

      • BackRowHeckler May 18, 2019 at 5:16 pm #

        Yes, we have a reciept.

    • SoftStarLight May 18, 2019 at 2:35 pm #

      V, I can believe that a portion of the Elite, maybe lower tier players are not so bright and tend to follow commands rather than make plans. But I think there are more intelligent and even brilliant people in their ranks than not. They didn’t become Elite for no reason right? Stark lunacy can be the product of brilliant minds can’t it? The drastic and extreme actions they are undertaking are stark lunacy but that doesn’t matter to them because their power and wealth insulate them. Getting to the goal is the only thing that matters. Not the collateral damage. That’s at least my impression of the way they are.

      • volodya May 18, 2019 at 2:48 pm #

        Not so sure their wealth insulates them. Lots of examples where it didn’t. The French aristocracy lost their heads in the French revolution, so did the Russian elite to the Bolsheviks. The Ottoman empire came down as did the Austro-Hungarian and German. A lot of the Chinese aristocracy got killed by Mao and his boys. The Roman bosses in their manor houses and estates and plantations got ousted by the Goths and Slavs and what-not. And then the Byzantines lost their holdings first to Arab Muslims and then the Turks.

        Well see what happens this time around. They’ll tell you it’s different this time. Yeah, it is, it’s always different. It’s the ending that’s the same.

        • SoftStarLight May 18, 2019 at 3:19 pm #

          Yes, all very good points. I don’t believe the Elite will win but just as in the past, they are going to inflict a lot of damage. The damage is likely to be even worse now than in the past given our advanced technology and weapons and the sheer volume of the population now. Mass destruction at an apocalyptic level. Biblical devastation. You are dealing with a cabal that believes the world population needs to be trimmed to 500 million. They are very serious.

  41. FincaInTheMountains May 18, 2019 at 12:54 pm #

    And can you play a nocturne on a drainpipe flute?

    facebook.com/watch/?v=2368014150097704

  42. K-Dog May 18, 2019 at 1:13 pm #

    “Strange days have found us
    And through their strange hours
    We linger alone
    Bodies confused
    Memories misused
    As we run from the day
    To a strange night of stone

  43. SoftStarLight May 18, 2019 at 2:16 pm #

    I just wish Globalism would die already.

    • Janos Skorenzy May 18, 2019 at 2:24 pm #

      This is the End, Beautiful Friend. We will manifest in a new Cosmic Day. But the stench of our dying race will make life on this continent unlivable for our enemies – apart from the ones we take with us.

      youtube.com/watch?v=JSUIQgEVDM4

      • SoftStarLight May 18, 2019 at 3:05 pm #

        I am ready for that new Cosmic Day. They may win some battles but since we have the Light our enemies can’t prevail over us in the end.

  44. Janos Skorenzy May 18, 2019 at 2:47 pm #

    JS: Many of our posters are obviously followers of Jacob Frank and the Jewish Messiah, Zevi. They have a most creative approach to the truth and to virtue! There is a seed of truth in the forgoing, since much of what passes for virtue is just virtue display. On the other hand, people need exemplars and bad remains bad. Christ said both: Let your Light shine before man AND Do you good deeds in private and when you pray, close the door.

    Satan can make good use of both approaches as can God. The balance any seeker chooses must be a private one, arrived at thru personal considerations, perhaps in concert with his or her spiritual guide.

    “The Messiah was constrained to commit “strange acts” (ma’asim zarim), of which his apostasy was the most startling; all of these, however, were necessary for the fulfillment of his mission. (11) The psychology of the radical Sabbateans was utterly paradoxical. Essentially, its guiding principle was: whoever is as he appears cannot be a true believer. In practice, this meant that true faith could not be a faith which men publicly professed. On the contrary, the true faith must always be concealed. In fact, it was one’s duty to deny it outwardly, for it was like a seed planted in the bed of the soul, and it could not grow unless it was first covered over.( 8) In the formulation of Cardozo: It is ordained that the King Messiah don the garments of a Marrano and so go unrecognized by his fellow Jews. In a word, it is ordained that he become a Marrano like me. For this reason, accordingly, every Jew is obliged to become Marrano. (1)

    This theme of a secret, hidden, or occult identity became part of this evolving religious philosophy. In essence, a true act cannot be committed publicly, before the eyes of the world. Like the true faith, the true act was concealed, for only through concealment could it negate the falsehood of what is explicit. Through a revolution of values, what was formerly sacred became profane and what was formerly profane had become sacred. (1, 8) Sabbatai Zevi is the most famous Jew to have become a Muslim convert, and that is what, in modern times, the term Sabbatean has come to denote. Many within Zevi’s inner circle followed him into Islam, including his wife Sarah and most of his closest relatives and friends. Nathan of Gaza, the proponent closest to Zevi, who had caused Zevi to reveal himself as the Messiah, and in turn became his prophet, never followed him into Islam but remained a Jew, albeit publicly excommunicated by his Jewish brethren.( 11) It is thought by some scholars that Zevi had deeper connections with the Bektashi Sufi order. Some similarities between the Sabbatean Donmeh and Bektashi practice include the deliberate violation of kashrut/ halal,halal, ritualistic group sex or wife swapping, ecstatic singing or chanting, mystical Kabbalah, and belief in an occult (hidden) reading of Torah/ Quran. (5) After Sabbatai’s death in 1676, these sects flourished and continued to indulge in wife sharing, religious sex orgies, adultery and incest. The Sabbateans in Salonika, the Dolmeh, regularly held a celebration on the twenty-second day of the Hebrew month of Adar, known as the Festival of the Lamb. They kept the exact nature of this celebration a carefully guarded secret until some of the younger members were finally prevailed upon to reveal it. (36) According to their account, the festival included intoxication and an orgiastic rite called the extinguishing of the lights, which ended in total darkness, with the religious sexual sharing of daughters and wives. From what we know of this rite, it probably came to Salonika from Izmir, for it borrowed both its name and its contents from the pagan cult of the Great Mother, which flourished in antiquity and continued to be practiced, after the general demise of the cult by a small sect of Light Extinguishers in Asia Minor under the cover of Islam.( 1,27) They said that the violation of the Torah had become its fulfillment, which they illustrated by the example of a grain of wheat that rots in the earth. In other words, just as a grain of wheat must rot in the earth before it can sprout, so the deeds of the believers must become truly rotten before they could germinate the redemption. This metaphor, which appears to have been extremely popular, conveyed the whole of sectarian Sabbatean psychology in a nutshell…”

    Sepehr, Robert (2015-05-16). 1666 Redemption Through Sin: Global Conspiracy in History, Religion, Politics and Finance (p. 16). Atlantean Gardens. Kindle Edition.

    • hmuller May 19, 2019 at 11:04 am #

      Every major faith has those who tiptoe over to the dark side in the night. Islam has its Yazidis; Christianity has its occult Masonic lodges. Judaism has its disciples of Jacob Frank and Sabbetai Zevi aka the “synagogue of Satan”

      As I recall, Janos, you’re kind of soft on Aleister Crowley. Not my idea of a role model.

      • Janos Skorenzy May 19, 2019 at 12:05 pm #

        Bravo! The only “man” (Tate said you were a woman) brave enough to answer – and a pretty good answer.

        Now inject some proportionality: one guy as compared to a whole system going back centuries and numbering in the millions. Nay more: Where did Crowley and Western Occultism get their ideas? From the Kabbalah. Of course the Kabbalah took from the Greeks, Egyptians, and Babylonians, but they never give credit to others, Amen?

        And I did admit there was a seed of Truth in the above. So your objection is what exactly? Christianity? The Devil has made hay with all that softness and “love”. The Sufis have it right: Christ taught the Way to the other world but Mohammad taught the Way in both Worlds. We could get the this world from the Old Testament, but instead we’ve chosen to worship the Jews. What utter folly.

        • Tate May 19, 2019 at 2:22 pm #

          I don’t recall ever saying hmuller is a woman. I know I didn’t because I’ve never thought of hmuller as a woman. But maybe you picked up something about hmuller that I never have?

          • Janos Skorenzy May 19, 2019 at 3:58 pm #

            Maybe I’m wrong that you said so. Maybe someone else did. Or someone else did about someone else. I’m lost in illusion. But it’s Ok. Admission is the first step of getting out.

        • hmuller May 19, 2019 at 9:04 pm #

          The short answer is I have no answers.

          One theory is that we are amnesiacs in a Matrix environment – a highly advanced video role playing game.

          Maybe we voluntarily entered this “video role playing game” and gave up memory of who we really are to make it more real and exciting.

          Maybe the entities who run the game feed off our energy in some way and hence have trapped us here – lifetime following lifetime. Or maybe we are criminals in the other world fulfilling our sentence in this false reality.

          Maybe Jehovah and Satan are partners playing good cop – bad cop to keep us ignorant and misdirected in our futile attempts at salvation.

          But we still cling to hope and imagination to keep us going. We dream of breaking out to a better world: true and pure.

  45. pkrugman May 18, 2019 at 3:16 pm #

    SSL said: “I just wish Globalism would die already.”

    We are not in a “free for all.” Our interconnectedness (technological, cultural, and economic) is reality. Globalism is not a threat to national sovereignty. The whole “globalism vs. nationalism” meme is a false narrative. Fake news.

    • SoftStarLight May 18, 2019 at 4:00 pm #

      It’s a forced reality. Unsustainable and destructive to the human spirit and to the earth. We were supposed to learn this lesson a long long time ago but we didn’t listen. Are you surprised? Or do you believe in Babylon for a reason? Do you really benefit from its existence? I think its silly of you to believe all of the tribes will give up their identities and languages. But then again you probably just want our tribes to do that. And thus your message becomes fake news and your globalism is simply anti-White cloaked in tones of fake openness and interconnectedness.

    • BackRowHeckler May 18, 2019 at 5:13 pm #

      Hey Asoka, still backing Breadline Bernie?

      I heard him last nite, its not 2019, but 1959, and Bernie is manning the ramparts outside Havana, standing shoulder to shoulder with Che and Fidel, waiting for the American imperialist invasion.

      Its 1937, he’s on the Elbe, gripping a Mauser, sharing a smoke with Dos Passos and Hemingway, and here comes Franco’s fascists splashing across the river.

      Breadline Bernie is taking on Joe McCarthy, refusing to name names; he won’t talk, he’ll go to prison before he sez a word.

      He’s fighting the good fight with the Sandanistas in 1980 San Salvador.

      Breadline will be thinking about these things a year or two from now when he’s committed to an old folks home, boring aids and attendants with his stories, “sure Mr Sanders, we believe you” hearing a story they’ve heard 100 times before.

      Brh

      • hmuller May 18, 2019 at 5:44 pm #

        I read Bernie got kicked out of a hippie commune in the 1960’s because he never worked, he was all talk, talk, talk.

        What did we see in 2016? A man who didn’t want to win. He just wanted an audience to listen to his endless prattle.

        Bernie is an updated version of the rabbi in the shtetl, Productive labor is inferior to endless talk on arcane matters of Talmud.

        • BackRowHeckler May 18, 2019 at 8:23 pm #

          I’ve known guys — good friend — kicked out of the Navy. (Alchohol was involved in every case)

          But I never knew anybody kicked out of a f#kkin hippie commune. That’s where you go when you get kicked out of other places.

          Brh

        • So in other words, you’ll flip on Bernie after he becomes president.

          I tend to agree. If he wins it could mean actual positive changes in our society.

          Ever since he went through knife-in-back removal surgery, he’s become wiser to the swamp’s creatures. With this knowledge, and popular support, he will become the 46th president of the United States and your free money will be arriving in the mail as soon as Congress is on board. Led by junior senator from New York, it is quickly ratified and suddenly Americans of every stripe are suddenly relieved of having to pay yet another monthly loan bill.

          • benr May 19, 2019 at 9:52 am #

            Bernie is a moron listen to him talk for five minutes and all you will want to do is punch him in the face and in reality in his 60+ years he only has five minutes of material.

    • Walter B May 18, 2019 at 5:25 pm #

      Globalism probably IS a threat to national sovereignty pk, but even if it is not it is a big threat to mankind in other ways. The Mega Wealthy royalty, business tycoons, and world banking elite are the people trying to bring it about and the reason that they want it is very logical, at least financially for them. If a single world ruling entity were to be established, it would be far less expensive for the international business people and the globetrotting elite to live their lives. There would only be one set of wheels to grease not one in every country they do business in. The cost of bribery alone would be cut in half. Plus it would be far easier to keep the manufacturing located where the labor is cheapest. Raw materials could be extracted from places where resistance would remain minimal. In general, business would be far easier to control and far more profitable.

      For those of us that believe in a spiritual battle, the One World government is the prophesized precedent to usher in the antichrist. Believe that or not, the choice is yours, but it is certainly makes sense to me.

    • hmuller May 18, 2019 at 5:32 pm #

      pkrugman

      Perhaps your vision of globalism is happy young people of all races and nations gathering on an Italian hillside to sing the Coca Cola song.

      My vision is a cabal of elitists creating a technologically brilliant prison planet to impoverish, sadistically abuse, and break humanity’s soul.

      It’s not about “interconnectedness”, except to the extent the wardens connect us to AI surveillance 24-7.

      • Walter B May 18, 2019 at 6:27 pm #

        Bingo!

        • Janos Skorenzy May 19, 2019 at 1:54 am #

          Ognib! Krugs lives in a backwards, upside down world and I had to translate for him.

  46. K-Dog May 18, 2019 at 5:09 pm #

    Janos, What do you think about the Nazi Pug. Does he destroy the breed?

    • Janos Skorenzy May 19, 2019 at 1:57 am #

      Cute. Pugs aren’t really viable. But it’s alright to create a breed just for love. Just watch that they don’t become a torment to themselves. Bulldogs have to be helped to breed and give birth by cesearian. They’ve been fucked with to fulfill some weird homely aesthetic. And that’s wrong.

  47. FincaInTheMountains May 18, 2019 at 5:11 pm #

    On the eve of the appointment of John Durham prosecutor in the case of the beginning of the Mueller’s investigation

    This post is a continuation of the previous post, as it is already quite clear that the Yekaterinburg provocation was developed by a Black World Project and the minimum plan was to create another piece of dirt on Trump, who wants to be friends with Putin, who uses the church to launder criminal money and overall is a Russian Orthodox fascist.

    And the maximum plan seems to have gone so far that I don’t want to talk about it in connection with the loss of relevance of these plans in connection with the appointment of John Durham as the US Attorney in the case of the beginning of the Mueller’s investigation.

    So, on the eve of the appointment of John Durham, the Black World Project turned into a strategic offensive, but it turned out that over the past six months, in the English-speaking world, or if you want, the Anglo-Saxon world has undergone such a serious change that this above-mentioned strategic offensive of the Black World Project failed, and it is extremely important to track these changes, despite the fact that due to the failure of the Black offensive, they are likely to go into a latent form, or rather into a state of hibernation. (Obviously, except for Janos).

    The signal to the beginning of the strategic offensive was sounded off personally by Hillary Clinton, who got out on television and in a gratuitous voice told how Donald Trump stole her victory in the elections of 2016, and this was said in the form of instruction to democratic candidates in the sense that you don’t expect to win an election in the 2020 – while Donald Trump is in power, your victory will be stolen from you.

    That is, she declared the need to change power in an undemocratic way.

    youtube.com/watch?v=TfZ7awKaZ20

    But preparations for the last and decisive battle began much earlier.

    For example, I can track it back to March 25, when the main and most intelligent Clinton channel PBS published a detailed ideological basis of a coup d’état as a reaction to the Mueller report, which was presented to US Attorney General Barr on March 22.

    youtube.com/watch?v=WEjzF2Cx1UY

    And on March 24, that is, the day before these April theses of Hillary Clinton on the PBS channel, US Attorney General Barr summed up the 2 years of Mueller’s work with a preliminary four-page conclusion that Trump’s election campaign did not cooperate with the Russian special services, and evidence of Trump’s attempts to obstruct justice (the Mueller investigation, that is) is not enough to bring the case to court.

    And I literally immediately wrote that by this conclusion Barr sets as his task not so much to justify Trump as to protect his close friend Mueller from the charges that he participated in a conspiracy to overthrow the lawfully elected US president, and such a conspiracy in the United States is called “treason” and punishable by death. Say, Muller was assigned to investigate, he investigated. Honestly investigated, but to the beginning of the investigation, he has no relationship.

    The fact is that the appointment of Muller as a special prosecutor to investigate President Trump’s cooperation with Russian intelligence was associated with a long and confusing story I wrote a lot about in early 2017 in this blog and which is directly connected with Hillary Clinton’s attempt to provoke a nuclear war, by arresting Russian diplomats in United States on January 2, 2017.

    But in the US, this story is still unknown and Trump’s supporters, instead of accusing Hillary of high treason and an attempted coup, then accused high-profile supporters of Hillary Clinton of fraudulently receiving a wiretap order for Trump’s election campaign, giving FISA special court the so-called Steele-on-Trump dossier, which describes Trump’s alleged recruitment process by Russian special services during his trip to Moscow, forgetting to mention that this dossier was paid for by Hillary Clinton’s election campaign.

    To the extent that there are payroll sheets in which it is written where, when and how much the former British intelligence officer Christopher Steele received, and this money strings stretches the trail to the factory of chemical warfare agents in Uzbekistan, during the Soviet era producing Novichok agent, and to people in Moscow, whom Steele paid for compromising materials on Trump.

    At one time, these strings made a lot of noise, but after the failure of the operation “Scripal’s Cat” and there remains only Trump’s illegal wiretapping campaign, as the false information in the court – and the lack of information in the FISA court about Hillary Clinton’s involvement in Steele’s file under American law makes the file fraudulent.

    And this means that the wiretap was illegal, and since it was this wiretap that made possible accusation of National Security Adviser Flynn of violating Logan’s Act forbidding negotiations with leaders of other states, if this contradicts US policy, Trump’s accusation of obstructing justice after he asked the FBI director Comey to stop the Flynn investigation turns out to be fraudulent as well.

    And along the chain, Mueller’s investigation turns out to be illegal, since it was precisely Comey’s dismissal after he leaked his conversation with Trump to the press that served as the basis for the appointment of Mueller as a special prosecutor.

    Exactly what Trump has been talking about all these two years.

    Naturally, the 4 pages of Barr, published on March 24 and removing charges from Trump in collaboration with the Russian special services, but putting a question mark next to charges of obstructing justice, forced the Clintonoids in the House of Representatives headed by the Chairman of the Judiciary committee Nadler to demand the complete Mueller report and issue subpoenas to US Attorney General Barr and other high-ranking officials of the Trump administration.

    And Barr agreed to appear for questioning, but they surrounded this interrogation with such conditions that the work of the committee headed by Nadler began to resemble Trump’s impeachment process, and as I wrote several times in the last days before Durham’s appointment, it became clear that this impeachment would be organized to justify the armed seizure of power, about which Hillary Clinton spoke on May 5.

    I must say that I also did not immediately understand what was happening and wrote about the activation of the Black World Project only on May 6, which was associated with the above-mentioned apologies in American society, which blurred the picture.

    In particular, Bastinda, the Great and Terrible, was made a laughing stock out of for her performance on May 5, and this slightly disoriented me, forcing me to focus on the telephone conversation between Putin and Trump, preparing for the visit of Pompeo and the Sheremetyevo disaster.

    But since these changes, apart from me, nobody noticed at all, and they played a decisive role in subsequent events, such as the US decision to lower the level of diplomatic relations with Ukraine or in the clashes in Yekaterinburg, I consider it necessary to devote a separate post to them.

    To be continued…

    • BackRowHeckler May 18, 2019 at 8:07 pm #

      Dude you’re losing me, and I can read at a 6th grade level.

      Where’s my Gold Doubloons, that’s what I want to know?

      Check the vaults in Moscow, Vladivostock, and all those cities with unpronouncable names in between, even ones that end in ‘ulag’.

      Brh

      • Janos Skorenzy May 19, 2019 at 3:50 pm #

        Pieces of Eight! Pieces of Eight! Try to raise the spirit of one of the pirates buried on Goat Island. Then torture him unto he reveals the location of the buried treasure.

    • Janos Skorenzy May 19, 2019 at 3:01 am #

      Don’t forget Oz, the Great and Terrible – actually a little guy named Mort behind the Curtain. He has no gold but succeeds in making people think that he does – until the the Curtain is rent and the audits done.

      The Temple must be cleansed, Finc. And where will you all run to this time? China? Or Mars?

      To be continued? Not for very much longer.

  48. tucsonspur May 18, 2019 at 6:43 pm #

    I think I just saw some black fuck drop kick the Terminator in South Africa. Got him from the back. Here, at least they’re giving it to us face on.

    • benr May 19, 2019 at 3:14 pm #

      Made me laugh Arnie barely noticed it and the idiot was sprawled out on the ground like he kicked a brick wall.
      Shame old arnie didn’t squeeze that fools head into pulp.

  49. Tate May 18, 2019 at 7:15 pm #

    Sailors aboard a US submarine created a “rape list,” ranking female crewmembers and detailing sexual acts they wanted to perform on them, a report says. The boat’s commander was sacked following a probe into the case.

    Just two year after the USS Florida became the second navy submarine to integrate enlisted women, a “rape list” was shared among its crew, news outlet Military.com wrote, citing an investigation report, obtained through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request.

    The probe is said to have discovered that “lewd and sexist comment and jokes were tolerated” on board, while trust among the crewmembers and senior officers “was nonexistent.”

    Well, who needs that boat commander anyhow. If there is anything that is a dime-a-dozen and easily replaced, it is a nuclear-missile armed submarine captain. I cannot wait to see the US Navy put a black woman in command of one of its nuclear submarines. The only question is whether she will a) accidentally nuke a foreign country, b) sink the sub, or c) accidentally nuke a foreign country while the sub is sinking, before d) the crew mutinies.

    • BackRowHeckler May 18, 2019 at 7:50 pm #

      Hey Tate, yeah I still subscribe to Navy Times, not a week goes by that a Senior NCO or Officer 05 and above isn’t being court marshalled for some sexual infraction or another, usually with a young enlisted female ‘sailor’. And it seems like its always career ending, no matter how distinguished that career was.

      What kind of goddam fool thought of putting 20 year old girls on ships and submarines and sending them out to sea for 6 months at a time?

      Xi and Putin must be seeing this and clinking glasses, high fiving, and giving toasts.

      Brh

      • Tate May 18, 2019 at 10:54 pm #

        The U.S. navy is history. Or her-story.

        • BackRowHeckler May 19, 2019 at 12:16 am #

          Well, what we need to do is demand Putin and Xi start putting young ladies aboard their warships too, even up the odds.

          The Chinese and Russian high command are all in favor of young American girls serving alongside men in the armed forces. They like ’em about 5’2”, blond or brunette are both ok, blue eyes amd about 120 pounds, no heavier than that. Send all you got, that’s their message to the USA.

          Kuds Force like American blonds too.

          brh

          • Tate May 19, 2019 at 10:32 am #

            It would be interesting to study the sexual dynamics aboard one of those subs. Do they all shower together like in Starship Troopers? It would be comical if it weren’t so appalling.

          • BackRowHeckler May 19, 2019 at 11:11 am #

            Tate, the only thing I know about women is you better treat them right, or there’s gonna be trouble. This maxim must hold up aboard ship as well.

            And most of the time there’s trouble anyway.

            Brh

          • Tate May 19, 2019 at 12:25 pm #

            Women rule, but indirectly. Some have been abused physically, & that draws a lot of fire, but some give as good as they get even in that sphere. The patriarchy is hen power by proxy, ironically enough.

            With the subversion of the patriarchy, women have actually lost power in many ways. Why did a majority of traditional married white women give Trump the vote? There’s no great mystery there.

    • James Hansen May 18, 2019 at 7:55 pm #

      I went to a very large high school in Brooklyn, it had maybe 5000 kids in attendance. The valedictorian was a black girl named Brenda Williams and she just exuded intelligence.
      I bet she could run a sub as good as any white man. I would think she has twice your IQ also.

      • Tate May 18, 2019 at 7:59 pm #

        As “good” as any white man, LOL.

        • malthuss May 18, 2019 at 8:03 pm #

          Hilly billy speak

        • malthuss May 18, 2019 at 8:09 pm #

          I would think she has twice your IQ also.

          –Strange way to construct a sentence.

          Better>

          I think she has twice your IQ.

      • malthuss May 18, 2019 at 8:07 pm #

        Erasmus? Brooklyn Tech?

      • elysianfield May 18, 2019 at 8:11 pm #

        James,
        Have you ever done a follow-up to find out what Brenda did in life after High School? Would be an interesting aside.

        • James Hansen May 19, 2019 at 5:13 pm #

          I tried to look her up but to no avail. maybe if I spent some money on people searches it might work.

          This happened way back in 1972 when there were no cops or metal detectors in schools and they gave me so much money in grants and scholarships that I had $ 3500.00 in the bank after expenses.

          The living was easy back then, two days work paid my rent and utilities, you can not do that anymore.

      • Janos Skorenzy May 19, 2019 at 1:43 am #

        He has the hots for the only Black girl ever named Brenda.

        No doubt all the Teachers were bowing to her and quietly worshiping her. This was back when Liberalism was innocent; before the smarter ones knew for sure that Blacks were an inferior race mentally. Back when they “knew” that a Black run South Africa was going to be a Multicultural paradise of racial harmony, with Black Geniuses solving the Fusion problem.

        • James Hansen May 19, 2019 at 9:07 am #

          I knew I would get a rise out of you with my comment. I only responded to Tate as I prefer my racism a little more cerebral and nuanced as only you can do.

          You are obviously a very intelligent fellow but it is possible Brenda is more intelligent than you. What do you say to that?

          • Janos Skorenzy May 19, 2019 at 12:07 pm #

            Possible but unlikely. I knew a Black woman who was smarter than me once – at least in some ways.

        • Tate May 19, 2019 at 10:27 am #

          The problem is there aren’t enough Brendas.

      • stelmosfire May 19, 2019 at 4:19 pm #

        Problem 1. You lived in Brooklyn
        Problem 2. You went to a school with 5000 kids
        Problem 3. You live in Cheshire ,MA
        Problem 4. You left NY to move to the Berkshires and brought your values with you.
        Problem 5. I won’t loan you the money to go back to where you came from.
        Problem 6. Brenda Williams exuded whatever, where is she now?
        I Guess she is quite the ball whacker.And I doubt she knows anything about fusion. What say you Finc?
        en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brenda_Williams

    • hmuller May 18, 2019 at 8:06 pm #

      Submarines have long been viewed as phallic symbols. They are long, hard, wet, filled with seamen, and explosively launch torpedos. No place for a woman.

      • BackRowHeckler May 18, 2019 at 8:38 pm #

        Sub Saharan Africa is well known for its advanced manufacturing, technical expertise, and organizational acumen. Nuclear submarines, jet aircraft, electronics, it all started in Africa but the white man came and stole it.

        Brh

      • elysianfield May 19, 2019 at 7:13 pm #

        hmuller,
        I hear that, over the years, our submarines have penetrated Russia’s mare nostrum…penetrated repeatedly, without permission and with impunity….

        • hmuller May 20, 2019 at 12:01 am #

          It only counts if torpedos are fired.

    • benr May 19, 2019 at 10:00 am #

      The Navy had several surface ships called the love boat where female sailors left port broke and came back with thousands of dollars in their pockets and pregnant.
      First to make the list was the USS Acadia.

      en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USS_Acadia

      • hmuller May 19, 2019 at 10:09 am #

        Years ago I heard stories that there were two service women stationed on the lonely, remote base of Diego Garcia (in the Indian Ocean) who really made a fortune. Must have been those illegal all-night craps games!?

  50. malthuss May 18, 2019 at 8:02 pm #

    TIME

    It May Not Be a Bad Thing Fewer U.S. Babies Were Born in 2018 Than in Any Year Since 1986

    • SoftStarLight May 19, 2019 at 2:36 pm #

      Immigrants (non-Whites) account for almost all population growth during that time I’m sure.

  51. Tate May 18, 2019 at 11:30 pm #

    Selected doctoral candidates’ theses in the College of Education & Human Development at the University of Colorado at Denver, Spring commencement program guide 2019:

    “¡Voces de Resistencia! Using LatCrit to Explore the Resilient and Transformational Resistance in Latin@ Pre-Service Teachers”

    “Strong, Might, and Authentically Me: Black Female Administrators and the Pursuit of Excellence”

    “R.E.D. Alert”

    “Pathways2Teaching: Developing Critical Consciousness in High School Students of Color”

    “Investigating Teacher’s Efficacy to Implement Features of Social-Emotional Practices in a Multi-Tiered System of Supports”

    “Masculinity and Whiteness in Public Organizations: Managing Institutional and Gender in Federal Agencies”

    “Critical Rightness Studies: Whiteness in College Algebra”

    “Program Evaluation of the Brief Coping Cat Program with Gifted Elementary Students”

    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    How your future local, state & federal tax dollars will be employed.

    • malthuss May 19, 2019 at 12:51 am #

      see my post below this>>>>>>>>>>

  52. malthuss May 19, 2019 at 12:50 am #

    0 hedge

    .
    Ohio Suicide Rate Jumps 24% From 2008 To 2017
    Amid Deindustrialization Wave

    • BackRowHeckler May 19, 2019 at 12:23 pm #

      Really?

      Well NYT columnists Charles Blow and Paul Krugman sez whites committing suicide, ‘specially white men, is a good thing.

      Malth, are you feeling the love, yet?

      Brh

  53. tucsonspur May 19, 2019 at 4:27 am #

    Interesting stuff on Judge Jeanine tonight. It adds to the insightful analysis that James has been giving over the past few weeks on the Obama, Comey, Clinton coupcabal.

    If pressed for time, start at 13:00 minutes in to hear Bongino on Comey and then DiGenova on ’empty suit’ Chris Wray and the January 5th and 6th meetings in 2016, the meeting on the fifth including Obama, Comey, Biden, Yates and Rice. Oh yeah. Slick, seditious, Mr. O.

    Don’t be confused. It’s not Bulldog Drummond but Bulldog Durham and not Bull Durham. No more Sessions, thank God. Barr and Bulldog Durham will now begin the most important national detoxification effort ever undertaken in our history.

    youtube.com/watch?v=pxblDPNQ-r0

    • pkrugman May 19, 2019 at 11:25 am #

      “Barr and Bulldog Durham will now begin the most important national detoxification effort ever undertaken in our history.”

      Such naive faith in government is touching.

      • Tate May 19, 2019 at 2:44 pm #

        A scramble is now on to adjust & retriangulate a lot of narratives. Finding scapegoats depends on it.

  54. FincaInTheMountains May 19, 2019 at 5:29 am #

    Where’s my Gold Doubloons, that’s what I want to know?

    Check the vaults in Moscow, Vladivostock, and all those cities with unpronouncable names in between, even ones that end in ‘ulag’. == brh

    Hey, brh, why don’t you look for your Doubloons in so many nice and clean American ‘villes’ built all over between East and West Coasts on top of the Indian cemeteries.

    Maybe you’ll get lucky locating your gold in one of those unmarked graves, among the bones of Indian men, women and children, shot, hacked, starved or poisoned to death with “firewater” or tainted with smallpox blankets.

    Or come looking for your Blood Money in Russia, like you did in the last 30 years in Bosnia, Macedonia, Haiti, Central African Republic, Kuwait, Iraq, Albania, Sierra Leone, Cambodia, Guinea-Bissau, Kenya, Tanzania, Afghanistan, Sudan, Liberia, East Timor, Kosovo, Serbia, Syria, Libya.

    Just don’t be surprised if instead you’ll be looking for your own ass that flew to the Moon with a second escape velocity, only this time for real and not in make-believe Kubrick flick.

  55. JohnAZ May 19, 2019 at 10:19 am #

    Devil’s advocate time.

    This group loves to us clobber the wealthy of the country. Yes, there are really evil wealthy people out there but most are not in productive roles.

    But, why are they wealthy, especially the high techers. Because the public wants them to be!

    Huh? How many folks do not trade up to better equipment to retain wealth at their level instead of hand it to the wealthy. Wealthy people find things that people want and build them. Sports figures are wealthy because the public are willing to pay them with full stadiums of outrageous ticket prices. Same with the mediocre performance artists that fill stadiums.

    We, the public are willing to support the wealthy entrepeneur class to provide us with the goodies of life. Imagine a world like the USSR where people complained about the availability of toilet paper and not cell phones.

    This does not include the non-productive group of parasites that live in Wash, DC and feed on us with no good results. And the irony is that they have convinced the public to exercise their gimme attitudes to steal the wealth of the people that “deserve it”. One thing that socialism will do to us is remove the standard of living progress that tech gives us. Can you imagine even one Deep State jerk giving a real damn about the public?

    Is Anybody willing to give up the convenience of Facebook or Amazon to prevent two small groups of folks from being wealthy? No way!

    Not paying taxes is a common complaint against the wealthy, and rightfully so. However, who voted in the deductions that allow them to skip taxes.

    The real evil resides in Wash, DC.

    • Tate May 19, 2019 at 10:46 am #

      “We, the public are willing to support the wealthy entrepeneur class to provide us with the goodies of life. Imagine a world like the USSR where people complained about the availability of toilet paper and not cell phones.”

      False dichotomy. You err as usual in thinking in black/white, either/or terms.

      • JohnAZ May 19, 2019 at 11:18 am #

        Used to be that grey existed in politics. Not any more.

        DC IS black and white. There is no middle ground. Thanks to our government, guiding this country is like tillering a ship with two commands, full right or full left turns. Ambivalence in the past allowed it to work, not so much any more. There is no compromise, no middle ground, no grey area. Everything is a dichotomy.

        My point was the public creates the condition that makes small groups wealthy. If you sell the public what it wants, you get rich.

        And the government just mucks this up.

        And the public gets to join in, vis a vis the stock market casino.

        • Tate May 19, 2019 at 12:33 pm #

          We’ve been reduced to thinking purely in economic terms, as Janos has correctly pointed out. Capitalism & Communism are two sides of the same coin. Communism is just the extreme form of monopoly Capitalism. The spectrum of colors can’t account for acoustics. In the same way, a whole other dimension has been ignored (deliberately, & who benefits from the ignoring?). It’s called the Third Way.

        • Janos Skorenzy May 19, 2019 at 12:55 pm #

          And of course the stock market isn’t tilted against the little guy. BUSINESSMEN are honest and can be trusted to do the right thing. And when they don’, (such incredibly rare occassions), the INVISIBLE HAND WILL swat them.

          John’s attempt to deprogram himself has failed again. He’s back to square one. A nerd wearing high pants and a pocket protector. Drinks beer in a glass. But don’t laugh: squares like this got us to the moon. Then they played gold up there.

          They are simply children against the wily Levantines and Masons. Their virtues are real, but cunning isn’t one of them. Nor subtlety of mind I’m afraid. Nor long term planning.

          • Janos Skorenzy May 19, 2019 at 12:58 pm #

            Up at the top, he raves about selfish Corporations. How does that jibe with what he just wrote? Capitalism is supposed to be utterly selfish – that’s why it works!

            He doesn’t even remember writing that or how he felt when he did. Complete lack of integration of his different sub-personalities.

          • Janos Skorenzy May 19, 2019 at 1:02 pm #

            Nothing a few months of taking night courses at night school college can’t fix. Fear not, good John! We will depend on men like you even as the current Elite do. You’ll go to Night Court and get free tuition. No worries.

          • PeteAtomic May 19, 2019 at 9:54 pm #

            hey, drinking beer in a glass is OK

            stop that hatred

    • SoftStarLight May 19, 2019 at 2:31 pm #

      You’re right John. There isn’t anything wrong with working hard and becoming wealthy through hard work and ingenuity. People like this do benefit society and they should be rewarded. But in today’s world lots of business people accumulate wealth doing things that undermine the country like employing illegal aliens. All of these destructive practices must be brought to an end. The business lobbies and the Chamber of Commerce buy off politicians to support open borders because it brings plenty of business and money making opportunities. Real evil resides in many places and needs to be eradicated in many places. A small decentralized government is not up to this task.

    • PeteAtomic May 19, 2019 at 9:52 pm #

      “The real evil resides in Wash, DC.”

      ya and we keep sending ppl there LOL

      maybe its time to have a new Capitol. Or maybe many Capitols. Or no Capitol, how about that

  56. FincaInTheMountains May 19, 2019 at 12:48 pm #

    American middlebrows supported the ban on Arabic numerals

    More than half of Americans believe that Arabic numerals should not be studied in school. However, during the survey they were not explained what the Arabic numerals are.

    The study did not specifically state that the term “Arabic numerals” refers to the usual set of ten characters: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9.

    Moreover, supporters of the ban among the Republicans turned out to be almost twice as many as among supporters of the Democrats (72% vs. 40%). It is obvious that people of conservative views unconsciously react more sharply to the word “Arabic”.

    But the Democrats also distinguished themselves by speaking out against studying the theory of the Catholic priest Georges Lemaitre about the origin of the Universe in schools.

    Lemaitre is one of the founders of the Big Bang theory. Here, of course, is the key “Catholic priest,” which for liberal-minded people is like a red rag for bulls.

    The study once again shows that liberal views are not an evolution of the humanistic approach, but the same dense heresy and bias, like any other public opinion and stereotypes, only with different accents.

    • SoftStarLight May 19, 2019 at 2:17 pm #

      After a lot of thought I realized there isn’t any such thing as “secular” or “atheist”. What I mean is, ok, so like we supposedly live in a secular society. But actually, the vaccum that has been left by taking Christianity out of everything has been filled by the religion of Climate Change and Social Justice. Secularism and Humanism are theories but never really work in practice because humans are inherently spiritual beings. So when people say that we have to make or keep society secular they are really saying that they want to replace existing traditions and religions with new ones.

      • Majella May 19, 2019 at 5:25 pm #

        SSL – no, I think you’re missing the point somewhat.

        The labels being applied DO have relevance – the FF wrote the constitution deliberately and consciously EXCLUDING religion from the discourse of government functions. They recognized the danger in any ONE religion having sway over the Body Politic would end in tyranny to some extent or other.

        We can witness this in societies where the Religious rule is the Civil rule too – such as the much feared Sharia Law in the Muslim sphere. But even within that, there are two ‘schools’ and the ‘other one’ is heretical. No peace ever.

        It would be just as bad – possibly worse! – if the crazy religious Christian Right got level of governmental control they would like to have in the USA. They’re getting might close to a take-over as it is.

        • SoftStarLight May 19, 2019 at 5:40 pm #

          Ok but if we don’t have Christianity we have what we have now – the religion of Social Justice and Climate Change. We are just substituting. And unfortunately from my perspective the Founding Fathers should have made Christianity preeminent because that was our tradition. But instead we have come so far as to not have any identity beyond money making and empire building.

          • GreenAlba May 19, 2019 at 7:15 pm #

            Climate change doesn’t become a religion just because your faith in non-reason wants it to be one, SSL.

            Religious people and dogmatists who don’t accept evidence like to use that ploy because they think they can bring rational people down to their level of argument. It works for their egos, but it doesn’t work.

            The thing is, SSL, that you are young. Unless you’re raptured by a nuclear missile you’re going to have to confront the truth about climate change eventually. And 20 or 30 years from now the fact that there was a late frost in France in 2019 isn’t going to cut it for you.

            I once worked with someone in the late 70s, when I first came to Edinburgh, who told me about seeing flurries of snow here when she was leaving for the airport in June. I had and have no reason to doubt her. But it meant absolutely nothing more than that on that day there were some unseasonal flurries of snow. Nor did she intend that it should.

          • GreenAlba May 19, 2019 at 7:18 pm #

            “the Founding Fathers should have made Christianity preeminent because that was our tradition. But instead we have come so far as to not have any identity beyond money making…”

            You have at least read about Max Weber’s work on Protestantism and the rise of capitalism, I presume?

          • SoftStarLight May 20, 2019 at 9:25 am #

            Well Alba, Climate Change and to a large degree environmentalism have become a religion for many people who are very dogmatic in their viewpoints. And it is the case that this new religious practice has taken hold in the void that was originally filled by the dogma and practices of Christianity. It doesn’t have anything to do with what I prefer or think. Perhaps these things are not a religion for you and that is fine, but that does not mean it is not to other people. I haven’t read Max Weber but assume from your response that he believes that Protestant theology led to the practice and philosophy of Capitalism. This is all well and good. But, I don’t believe in the Prosperity Movement so I can’t say that I would ever agree. Hard work is a Biblical ethic and there is nothing inherently wrong with accumulating wealth in an honest way. But to be solely guided by material concerns, money and wealth is not Biblical and is therefore unacceptable behavior.

          • SoftStarLight May 20, 2019 at 9:29 am #

            And I didn’t intend to suggest that I was not concerned about climate change. I am but I just don’t necessarily buy the whole Global Warming idea. We have also agreed in the past that reducing energy and resource consumption is a good thing. Even if we don’t agree perfectly on the reasons why we are reducing our energy and resource consumption. So I am facing the issues but just seeing some things differently.

        • EvelynV May 20, 2019 at 1:20 am #

          The last time christianity ruled the world it was called The Dark Ages.

  57. FincaInTheMountains May 19, 2019 at 1:06 pm #

    Study: the brain of creative people prevents them from earning good money

    German scientists from the Göttingen Medical Center found that the features of the brain prevent creative people from earning big money. The results of the study were published in the publication “ArtNet”.

    The experiment involved 24 volunteers who were divided into two groups: in the first were artists, photographers, sculptors, musicians and actors, in the second – insurance agents, administrators, engineers and representatives of other “non-creative” professions.

    Each participant was shown several images in which it was necessary to find certain colors and press a button. For the green color, participants were given 30 euros, and for others nothing. During testing, participants’ brains were scanned using an MRI machine.

    When creative people found a “monetary” color, their brains showed very weak activity in the area of the striatum – the part of brain that is responsible for the response to rewards. But when artists found colors, but did not receive money for this, increased activity was observed in the anterior prefrontal cortex, which is responsible for producing dopamine, which affects the sense of satisfaction.

    The researchers concluded that the brain of creative people shows interest only in the process itself, without taking material rewards into account. In addition, “artists” can work much better when they know that they will not receive money for it.

    This is definitely about yours truly. I always found it extremely boring when I was making too much money.

    • BackRowHeckler May 19, 2019 at 1:44 pm #

      Hows that Internet Research Group up in St Petes pay?

      I mean in Rubles?

      Brh

    • SoftStarLight May 19, 2019 at 2:04 pm #

      Oh give me a break lol, you really are something :-).

    • PeteAtomic May 19, 2019 at 9:48 pm #

      I think you are maybe too smart for your own good and get easily frustrated.

  58. SoftStarLight May 19, 2019 at 1:54 pm #

    When do we have a “national conversation” about Black Privilege? How many victims of Black Privilege are out there? How many crimes committed by Black perps are swept under the rug? How many hate crimes against Whites dismissed? There are lots of examples of discrimination like this one. But never any outrage against Black Privilege and oppression. Not yet at least.

    foxnews.com/us/white-fdny-lieutenant-sues-department-racial-discrimination

    • James Hansen May 19, 2019 at 3:37 pm #

      That is a strange story, if the guy likes and supports Black people so much he should know better than trying to intrude on a Black fraternity.

      After 400 years of slavery and another 100 years of Jim Crow they should be able to have their own all Black clubs or organizations.

      I am certain that you would not want to be Black to have that Black privilege you think is so great.

      • SoftStarLight May 19, 2019 at 5:17 pm #

        Thank you for confirming the importance of race. White people have also been slaves throughout history and have lived under discrimination as well. Should we demand reparations too? If Whites can’t have racially exclusive organizations why should any other race have that right?

      • hmuller May 19, 2019 at 9:42 pm #

        James Hansen,

        Someday I hope you can break free of that left-wing brainwashing and apply the same moral principles to all people. Some college Marxist professors have warped you badly.

        People have an essential understanding that fairness means the same rules that apply to you, apply to me, and apply to that guy over there.

        Your kind of thinking will only fuel white separatists, divide Americans against each other, and fuel a new civil war.

        By the way, I know history, please don’t quote your childish understanding of history at me.

  59. JohnAZ May 19, 2019 at 2:57 pm #

    Janos, are you trying to say that there cannot be a good side and a bad side of corporations or other parts of the Elite. If you are, you are full of it. I can play devils advocate all I want thank you. And you attempted description of me is about as wrong as you are about a great many other things.

    One last time

    What is wrong with our corporations is that they have globalized and do not care what their moving wealth and jobs from this country does to the Average American. Ie, they are no longer American.

    What is right is that they provide services and products to us and we are the ones that support their wealth consolidation. By their definition, they provide wealth to the upper income groups, but also to 401k holders and pension plans for investment into the future.

    So corporations are both good and evil?

  60. JohnAZ May 19, 2019 at 3:13 pm #

    Communism is the government control and ownership of the goods and services of a society. It’s end goal is the elimination of government in favor of: From each according to his talents, To each according to his need. Communism is the result of failed capitalism, where the income inequalities have caused rebellion against the Elite.

    Capitalism is ownership by private individuals, persons, or corporations. It’s advantage is the energy greed adds to the society, but that is its disadvantage as more people lose in the competition and income inequality takes over.

    Both ideologies must serve the majority of the public to be sustainable.

    Everyone can probably guess where the US sits right now. Trump is the last gasp of the capitalist free market’s attempt to prove its worth in the economy. If capitalism alienates a significant portion of the population, the socialist revolution can occur and the full fledged invasion of government ownership could occur.

    Then you have all the problems of communism.

    Our government’s inability to function may lead us to the revolution.

    • SoftStarLight May 19, 2019 at 3:25 pm #

      But neither Capitalism nor Communism can effectively serve society or meet its needs. This is because both systems naturally evolve to concentrate wealth and power into the hands of the Elite. That is why National Socialism is the answer. The interest of the nation, the people must come first in all things. America First, but for REAL this time in other words. Socialism because enterprise needs regulation and guidance sometimes and because massive inequalities undermine cohesion and unity.

      • JohnAZ May 19, 2019 at 4:04 pm #

        Pure forms of either model are unworkable for the same reason. People are individuals looking out for their own interests and they are greedy.

        National Socialism has bad connotations thanks to Germany, Italy and Japan. The idea though that the role of government is to control the evil aspects of capitalism has merit.

        An example

        Reagan tore apart the progressive taxation policies of the preceding twenty years. The idea was to recycle capital back into the creative parts of the economy. Sounds great, what happened? The percentages taxed became onerous as the start of the globalization of the world economy occurred. Lots of capital formation here when we were the only intact economy of the world. As the world recovered, we lost capital formation and thus wealth creation. The Elite beefed up a storm and the tax rate reduction was the result. Same thing just happened with Trump after the capital contraction of 2008.

        There is a role for government that should be apolitical. Not only setting interest rates, but increasing and decreasing tax rates according to the capital creation requirements.

        Can our government handle that role? I do not know. Not in the politically charged condition it is in now. And not under the control of a bunch of zealous Liberals who have no concept of what economics is all about or what a dollar is worth. Rational fact based regulation of the tax rates is required, not the knee jerk reactions that occur now.

        • SoftStarLight May 19, 2019 at 5:27 pm #

          Yes John that is right. There is a role for strong responsive government as you say. The problem is that the most intelligent, most moral, and most patriotic should be the only ones allowed into government. The best the brightest the strongest. But our system now being a democracy allows participation without qualifications. Non citizens vote in our elections now. And this leads to corruption and a civic race to the bottom if that makes sense. There is nothing we can do about greed. Its part of human nature. It must be managed by the individual and if the individual fails to manage it the state has no choice but to, if not for anything else but the well being of everyone else.

          • Majella May 19, 2019 at 5:35 pm #

            But, SSL….who determines who “the best & brightest and strongest” are?

            Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?

          • SoftStarLight May 20, 2019 at 9:12 am #

            That’s a great question and a bit of a dilemma. That would be a part of the system that would need some attention and focus. But we could start off with those responsible for establishing the new form of government. The revolutionaries in other words. Then going forward I think another requirement of service would be military service too. The whole skin in the game concept.

    • Majella May 19, 2019 at 5:34 pm #

      JohnAZ

      Alvin Toffler has proposed that true capitalism is communism.

      If capitalism is ownership of the means of production, and a fair capitalist society saw to it that the employees of a business are most fully and productively engaged in the business by owning shares in it as part of remuneration, eventually the business is owned by the workers.

      The Soviet model of ‘communism’ was nothing of the sort – it was just State Capitalism and was extremely poorly run and hence failed.

  61. SoftStarLight May 19, 2019 at 3:17 pm #

    Looks like France may not have a great corn crop this year. Persistent chilly weather and frosts are the culprits. Given the floods in the Midwest one can only wonder if this years’ harvests will be significantly reduced. Why aren’t we preparing for the colder weather that’s coming? The cold is going to have more negative impacts on society generally than warming would have. Guess we will learn the hard way.

    electroverse.net/french-sowing-slows-further-as-cold-weather-persists/

    • JohnAZ May 19, 2019 at 4:13 pm #

      When we lived in Colorado Springs, I had a big victory garden. Planted corn one year and it was knee high at the Fourth of July as it should be. So the next year, I planted the whole thing in corn. Fourth of July came around and a cold wet Spring produced corn plants about two inches high. What a joke, I still laugh about it and never planted corn again.

      BTW, that cold Spring was the Spring following the explosion at St. Helens. We had volcanic Ash on our back porch.

    • BackRowHeckler May 19, 2019 at 4:15 pm #

      Well, here’s the thing, SSL, and maybe there’s an explanation for it.

      We had that flooding in Nebraska and Iowa in the spring and a purported 1.5 million head of cattle were drowned. I figured steak would be hard to come by, or at least become prohibitivly expensive. But this week at the local grocery store sirloin steak was on sale for $4.99 per pound. We’ve been grilling it all weekend so far. Live it up while you’re still above ground, that’s my motto.

      Brh

      • James Hansen May 19, 2019 at 5:20 pm #

        Spend a little more for organically raised beef and you will live a little longer. I buy from the local farmers, grass fed beef kicks ass.

        • elysianfield May 19, 2019 at 7:24 pm #

          James,
          Grass fed beef is a canard. I own a meat cutting room…hang and process beef, pigs, lambs. There is no way under most circumstances that grass fed beef will grade higher than choice. Neighbor has been a cattleman all his life…currently has 2000 head of cattle. He mentioned once that he would never eat beef that was straight-up grass fed.

          I’ve eaten a lot of grass fed beef…usually second rate. Prime rib? Cannot find it on grass fed animals. Choice rib, maybe.

          If you’ve been eating grass fed beef, you might or might not live longer…but it might seem that way.

          • BackRowHeckler May 19, 2019 at 8:51 pm #

            this is why I like this site; its not an echo chamber, lot of different perspectives, and most of them are informed and intelligent.

            brh

      • SoftStarLight May 19, 2019 at 5:34 pm #

        Well yeah I mean that’s true to some extent. But I would think the bad weather will eventually have an impact. I guess we will see. Its funny because Lil Deb would say that the government has massive stockpiles of spam that can feed the world for seven years or something like that :-).

      • PeteAtomic May 19, 2019 at 9:17 pm #

        1.5 million of head cattle drowned?? good grief

        the flood plains which are Iowa have been like that since the end of the ice age. The snows melt up here and flow south of the Laurentian Divide watershed. Otherwise, it flows north to the Hudson Bay.

        Maybe somebody ought to figure that out. Geez. But, they are Iowans, and aren’t prone to much intelligence. That’s what happens when you eat pigs and not salmon LOL

  62. tucsonspur May 19, 2019 at 5:43 pm #

    If you have a globe filled with people who have transportation you are going to have globalization.

    Throughout history, trade routes have grown around the world.
    The Silk Road, the Amber Road, the Spice route, the Trans Saharan, etc. Now of course with tanker ships, trucks, trains and planes we have an intricate network of both macro and micro trade routes.

    If you are going to have international trade, you are going to have globalization. The question then arises, does that necessarily mean outsourcing? The answer to that lies in the economic nature of the international competition.

    So we naturally segue into another question, was it Greed or Survival that in the main prompted outsourcing? Both would be a reasonable answer, and different businesses would be dealing with different circumstances. Some blame unions, some blame corporate bigwigs. Some blame Nixon.

    forbes.com/sites/billfischer/2012/03/13/nixon-and-mao-when-leadership-changed-the-game/#456222ea739e

    Some say it all really started with Columbus and Vasco de Gama from the Iberian peninsula. Whatever the case, its tentacles now have a global grip, and they won’t be letting go any time soon.

    I’m still not sure if the elites actually saw the future extent of America’s evisceration. Right, maybe they just didn’t care.
    Maybe it’s just what the sign reads:

    Danger: Humans at Work

    • tucsonspur May 19, 2019 at 5:51 pm #

      I should also mention Arizona Anasazi turquoise being found in Aztec ruins and as distant as Chichen Itza.

    • benr May 19, 2019 at 6:45 pm #

      Missile lands in Iraq greenzone.
      Looks like John mcCains ill fated somg is coming true.
      Bomb BBBBbOMB bbb Bomb iraaaaaaAAAn.

      youtube.com/watch?v=o-zoPgv_nYg

      • pkrugman May 19, 2019 at 7:56 pm #

        Remember the USS Maine!
        Remember the Gulf of Tonkin!
        Remember all the false flag attacks to provoke war.
        Iran is not trying to provoke war. Bolton is.

        • BackRowHeckler May 19, 2019 at 8:48 pm #

          Remember Asoka!

          • pkrugman May 19, 2019 at 9:06 pm #

            Had to look that one up. An Indian emperor of the Maurya Dynasty conducted a false flag operation???

          • K-Dog May 20, 2019 at 3:50 am #

            May he stay in a mud hut far far away.

    • BackRowHeckler May 19, 2019 at 8:46 pm #

      I think I mentioned before the Spaniards were sending one or two ships a year to China and the Philippines from Acapulco begining in 1535. When Magellan’s ships reached the Spice Islands, now Indonesia, in about 1521 (Magellan had been killed by that time) they ran into the Portugese already there, trading for spices. There was hell to pay for the Spanish when the Portugese caught them encroaching on what they considered their territory. I think it started with Marco Polo, and the Spice Road, in the 13th century. Europeans of that time were crazy for those condiments, travelled across the world facing all kind of danger to get them.

      brh

      • hmuller May 19, 2019 at 9:25 pm #

        The rabbi’s call it Yetzer Hara “the evil inclination”.

        People want to make a fortune; so they will do anything to anybody to get hold of those spices and take them back to Europe.

        But millions in Europe benefit from a tastier cuisine as a result.

        Or John wants regular sex so much, he gets an education and job to attract a woman who will stay with him.

        Yetzer Hara – ignoble, selfish motives which lead to making the world work out better. It forms the foundation of capitalism; and it’s a good thing. At least the rabbis seem to think so.

    • TPTB-USA May 21, 2019 at 11:23 am #

      Trump’s Trade War with China – Just Wrong!
      armstrongeconomics.com/international-news/china/trumps-trade-war-with-china-just-wrong/

  63. PeteAtomic May 19, 2019 at 9:29 pm #

    It’s still snowing here in the North. We got maybe 1/2 inch today. Other places got a couple inches. Covered vehicles but the ground temperature was warm enough for it to largely melt on the roadways. The rich smell of woodsmoke permeated everything– as people had their wood burning stoves and furnaces running today, since the highs were in the 30s.

    God I love that smell of wood burning. I have been in many other places in North America, and never smelled that anywhere else like I do here. It is comforting and reassuring, and holds 40 years of memories for me– since it is associated with so many things here. Eating & drinking & bullshitting around a good fire is a hallmark of the North.

  64. FincaInTheMountains May 20, 2019 at 6:53 am #

    Survivors Of The Colorado School Shooting Stormed Out Of A Vigil, Calling It A “Political Stunt”

    buzzfeednews.com/article/tasneemnashrulla/colorado-students-protest-school-shooting-vigil-political

    Schoolchildren in the state of Colorado, who came to pay tribute to the memory of their comrades who died during another school shooting, left these collective commemorations when they realized that a number of Democratic Party leaders had turned them into a political demonstration against the 2nd Amendment to the Constitution that is, against Trump.

    Agree that this idea is not far from suspicion that all the other school and most important pre-school shootings were not just a feat of a madman, but a political action against the Second Amendment to the US Constitution, the task of which is to ensure not the right to hunt, but the right of the American people to rebel when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object, evinces a design to reduce them under absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such government, and to provide new guards for their future security == American Declaration of Independence

    And when this suspicion takes hold of the masses then it will not seem small to anyone, and the government of Hillary Clinton, which she will form after the successful removal of President Trump, is doomed to such an uprising, and if she does not care for it because she is going to press the red button, her supporters understand this perfectly and they don’t like this prospect very much.

    Under the conditions of the inevitable economic crisis caused by the last and decisive coup d’etat of Hillary Clinton, such an uprising for them personally could bring such torments that Trump’s electric chair may seem civilized and humane, especially in light of the bitterness among Republicans and not only Republicans that the latter have caused by the actions of Hillary supporters.

    They openly said to the Americans – the law is a drawbar, where we turn it, there it goes and in order to see what kind of tension the situation has reached, just watch this video from 11 minute:

    youtube.com/watch?v=deWLggycQYM&t=656

  65. davidm May 20, 2019 at 5:13 pm #

    “And meanwhile, Robert Mueller meets his protégé Jim Comey for the ping-pong championship of Allenwood federal penitentiary.”

    So sad how, in your dotage, your mind has decayed, Jim. Oh, and do tell us again about how peak oil destroyed the world in 2005.

    Maybe your mind decayed long ago. Now it is just more obvious.

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