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Speaker Nancy Pelosi has been clinging to her bill of impeachment for one reason: hoping that a judge will rule to release all the evidence and depositions collected by Robert Mueller’s investigation. What’s wrong with that? Mr. Mueller failed to find any prosecutable crimes. That was the sum and substance of his two-year-long exercise in bad faith. In which case, all that material is officially and legally evidence of nothing. Impeachment is a political act and sealed evidence of nothing can’t be released to one set of political actors in a political quarrel for use as a political weapon. More to the point — and to Mrs. Pelosi’s real motive here — the material is not for impeachment but rather to use the Mueller dossier as political opposition “research” for the coming election.

There is no question that from the start of his investigation, Special Counsel Robert Mueller knew that the case was opened under false pretenses, since his very close friend, the erstwhile FBI director James Comey, also knew by early 2017 that all the predicating material was substantially false, and that it was procured by Mrs. Clinton. To carry it beyond that was a scheme by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to issue a series of “scoping” letters that increasingly widened Mr. Mueller’s purview to go fishing for crimes in every area and every chronological phase of the president’s life. That smacks of what’s known in Anglo-American law as attainder by process: first declaring someone an outlaw, and only afterward seeking a crime to justify it. Under our system, first crimes are established, then persons liable for them are brought to court to answer charges.

Of course, there’s good reason to suspect that Mr. Mueller himself was a false front for the operation conducted in his name, which was really an intrigue carried out by a claque of Democratic Party Lawfare attorneys led by Andrew Weissmann, Mr. Mueller’s chief deputy. Mr. Mueller’s testimony before two House committees last July revealed a pathetic figure who was unacquainted with the most basic pieces of his own inquiry.

The case for House members to get access to all that backstage Mueller material could go up to the Supreme Court. In the meantime, Impeachment’s second act is about to get underway whether Mrs. Pelosi likes the terms or not. It’s the Senate’s prerogative to decide. These terms appear to be exactly the same as the ones used by the Senate for Bill Clinton’s impeachment trial — which means that each side chooses a team of “managers” to present its case, and then the managers are subject to grilling by senators. The House Democrats are insisting on calling witnesses solely to maintain their court claim for testimony from the White House counsel, with which the aforesaid Mueller material is associated in the case. If the rules eschew witnesses, that case is moot, and the Democrats lose access to a trove of political oppo research obtained for them under false pretenses by their own operatives in the Department of Justice.

Secondarily, the impeachment was designed to get senators in swing states on the record voting to acquit the president in the hopes that it will somehow taint their re-election prospects and possibly flip control of the Senate to the Democrats. That outcome would above all insure that Mr. Trump could not get another Supreme Court nominee confirmed in his second term, nor continue the wholesale appointment of lesser federal district judges. Plus, of course, it would obstruct any other legislative initiative his party brought for four years.

Personally, I would miss the chance to hear from the so-called “whistleblower” who instigated the impeachment phase of the long-running coup against Mr. Trump. Contrary to the disinformation put out by The New York Times and other coup co-conspirators, the “whistleblower” enjoys no right to anonymity. It would also be satisfying to hear how his enabler, Intel Community IG Michael Atkinson, might account for the process that steered the “whistleblower” to Rep. Adam Schiff and his staff — for instance, back-dating the official documents that green-lighted the “whistleblower’s” case. Mr. Atkinson is deeply implicated himself as a player in the earlier 2017 RussiaGate FISA court mischief, since his previous job was agency counsel to DOJ National Security chief John Carlin, who signed off on fraudulent FISA warrants. Mr. Atkinson must have counseled Mr. Carlin to do that. Testimony from Mr. Schiff about the “whistleblower” process would also be edifying. Senators would surely get to see Mr. Atkinson’s so-far-withheld deposition transcript from the House Intel Committee hearings of November. It might establish grounds for Mr. Schiff’s expulsion from the House of Representatives as a serial liar, a salutary measure to restore a sense of legitimacy in American affairs.

If witnesses were allowed in the Senate trial phase of impeachment, the president’s team could haul in scores of former and current government officials implicated in the seditious activities against him to testify. The nation would be well-served and enlightened. The only question is whether their testimony might queer the actual criminal cases pending against them outside the impeachment circus.

Note: In an earlier release, I misidentified Rod Rosenstein as Acting FBI Director in 2017.  That has been corrected to Deputy Attorney General.

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429 Responses to “How’s This Working, Nancy?”

  1. Ishabaka January 10, 2020 at 10:07 am #

    Impeachment is like a two week old Thanksgiving turkey – it’s gone stale, and no one wants it anymore.

  2. shotho January 10, 2020 at 10:09 am #

    It seems to me that Ms. Pelosi’s strategy is to prolong this process as long as possible in order for Democratic candidates to be able to say that the Senate trial was not fair, so that Trump’s acquittal Is spurious.

    • Rodster January 10, 2020 at 10:48 am #

      I take the side of JHK. This circus is nothing more than to throw shit at the ceiling and walls of Trump’s reelection process because the Democrats don’t have a candidate that can beat him in 2020.

      As much as they hate Trump ( I didn’t vote for him) they don’t have a fighting chance to beat him. I like Tulsi Gabbard because she stands for peace, not war. But she won’t make it because the DNC, hates her too.

      • wet dog January 10, 2020 at 11:11 am #

        I agree with you, Rodster. Tulsi is the only one out of this lot who stands for peace and could beat Trump. Though Sanders has an outside chance of winning, as so many people are seeing their parents get old and sick, and are scared about the medical costs coming their way, of losing their homes for the cost.

        If Tulsi or Sanders say they will cut the War department budget by 50% and put all that money into rehab and old care homes, they could easily win. Of course, the Fed would then instantly crash the economy to show who really runs this mess. But that’s coming no matter, so why not give the hurtin’ folks a little help before the implosion?

        The rest of this gang will get destroyed by Trump. Biden, Warren, Bloomie. They’ll be trolled into the ground.

        • fugeguy January 10, 2020 at 11:28 am #

          But the irony of a Bloomburg-T’ster race is too juicy. A republication pretending to be a democrat running against a democrat pretending to be a republication.

          Just another data point confirming that they are the same whores reporting to the same masters.

        • DrTomSchmidt January 10, 2020 at 11:33 am #

          How about a deal that cuts the young of America in on Federal goodies. Cut Defense and “intelligence” spending to $200bln. Then pour half into “rehab and old care homes,” which will provide no benefits to the non-elderly population except for the workers in them, and half into some long-lasting infrastructure like JHK’s railroads. Amtrak says it would cost $150billion to build high-speed rail between Boston and DC. That might benefit the young for 50 years.

          • ellipsis January 10, 2020 at 11:57 am #

            Neither the old or the young in Amerika fit into the long term plans any more. Elimination and incarceration is the business strategy now.

          • wet dog January 10, 2020 at 3:21 pm #

            Sure, why not? We got to keep the kids alive long enough to fight in the oil wars. Cannon fodder can be thrown in the streets once they are used up.

            And Amtrak is a joke. $150 billion. Who came up with such a moronic number? But when the shit goes down, there isn’t gonna be a need for no DC-Boston railroad. Those areas will be the “wild zones”.

          • elysianfield January 11, 2020 at 1:24 am #

            ” Amtrak says it would cost $150billion to build high-speed rail between Boston and DC”

            Dr. Tom,
            Is that figure correct? $150 Million sounds high.

          • DrTomSchmidt January 12, 2020 at 9:32 am #

            Yes, Elysianfield.its an absurd amount of money, but probably better spent than pouring it down the military rathole.


            The Chinese built a network of 10,000 km, not just 700km, for about twice that cost:

        • RIB January 10, 2020 at 12:15 pm #

          Exactly how any people have lost their homes due to paying their medical bills? Be specific, please

          • oryoki January 12, 2020 at 4:08 pm #

            “Exactly” and “specific” would require data to be separated that just can’t be separated. Family unit debt if fungible so it is beyond the pale to expect to keep and analyze for your political purposes.

            “The debate over medical expense bankruptcy will continue to have a place on political platforms, around dinner tables, and in academia for the foreseeable future. Politicians will continue to spin the numbers to work for the votes they need. What is undeniable, however, is that a vast number of people are influenced by medical expenses to file for bankruptcy in America.“ https://www.thebalance.com/medical-bankruptcy-statistics-4154729

            “ We need a reformed system with the following patient-centric features:
            Promotes price transparency – so that providers and patients can clearly know what medical services and products cost, whether they are covered and patients’ cost- sharing requirements;
            Delineates patient, provider and payer responsibility – so that all parties know how best to access the right treatment protocols and obtain optimal reimbursement; Provides homeowner protections – so that patients and their families do not lose their homes simply because a family member becomes gravely ill;
            Protects family members and other caregivers – so that a patient’s misfortune does not ravage an entire family financially; and
            Provides fairness and equity in credit rating – so that the credit worthiness of patients and their families are not inappropriately harmed and that medical debt is recognized as unique among other types of debt.” https://www.npaf.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/Medical-Debt-White-Paper.pdf

      • UN OUT OF USA January 10, 2020 at 3:47 pm #

        Tulsi Gabbard is a member of the Globalist CFR:


  3. Nightowl January 10, 2020 at 10:12 am #

    Nunes recently mentioned in an interview that Atkinson is under investigation.


  4. redrock January 10, 2020 at 10:18 am #

    An intelligent Democrat is like a Unicorn.

    • DrTomSchmidt January 10, 2020 at 10:45 am #

      Bill Clinton is very intelligent. So, frankly, is his wife, although the latter lacks Bill’s street smarts. Tell yourself stuff like this and you’ll greatly underestimate your opponent.

      • ellipsis January 10, 2020 at 11:37 am #

        Personally, I’d go with clever over intelligent. As in smart in a selfishly manipulative way, but not in any way intelligent in the productive sense.

        • Soloview January 10, 2020 at 12:17 pm #

          There is no such thing as ‘intelligent in a productive sense’. You mix up morality with intelligence. Macchiavelli was intelligent, and so was Ted Bundy.

          • ellipsis January 10, 2020 at 12:30 pm #

            So engineers, mathematicians, and the like who actually build things aren’t intelligent? You’re just bogged down in morality.

          • Janos Skorenzy January 10, 2020 at 1:13 pm #

            What a creepy view of the World. Morality ruins the beauty of low animal cunning according Soloview. And the only reason intelligent men act is to get over on others, rape them, kill them, eat them. Thus Ted Bundy becomes the archetype – higher than others since he didn’t pretend to be anything but a scumbag.

        • DrTomSchmidt January 10, 2020 at 1:31 pm #

          Calculating, maybe?

          • ellipsis January 10, 2020 at 3:32 pm #

            That’s a good description.

      • UN OUT OF USA January 10, 2020 at 3:48 pm #

        All those dead people in the Clinton’s wake tell no tales.

      • elysianfield January 11, 2020 at 1:26 am #

        Dr. Tom,
        Both are intelligent. The pathway to hell is paved with those who underestimated their enemies…and the graveyards full….

        • DrTomSchmidt January 12, 2020 at 9:35 am #

          I’ve had some stupid bosses, EF. It was later in my career that I would ask the question: despite their manifest stupidity, how did they manage to get themselves into a position where they are YOUR boss?

  5. Jeremy January 10, 2020 at 10:21 am #

    Make it stop! Please, make it stop!!

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    • K-Dog January 10, 2020 at 11:19 am #

      Eat your peas.

  6. Walter B January 10, 2020 at 10:33 am #

    I am glad that you are following all the impeachment crap Jim because it saves me the time of having to pay any other attention to it other than what I read here to keep abreast of it all. The horror, the horror….

    • DrTomSchmidt January 10, 2020 at 10:47 am #

      Impeachment? Is that still a thing?

      It’s good to come here and read JHK’s analysis. I had no idea what the wes to call witnesses was. Unleashing the Mueller report testimony makes sense.

      • ellipsis January 10, 2020 at 11:38 am #

        I heard Trump is already shopping it around as his next great reality TV series, regardless of the outcome.

  7. jeff2002 January 10, 2020 at 10:50 am #

    Nothing to do with today’s post, but why are there already two customer reviews for LIVING IN THE LONG EMERGENCY at Amazon when the book isn’t out for two more months?

    • fugeguy January 10, 2020 at 10:57 am #

      I noticed that too when I pre-ordered it.

      I didn’t bother to read them.

      Debated getting this book since I hoped Jim would keep on the fiction side. Not much mystery left in the psycho drama of reality.

      The fix is in the real world- spend and print till it don’t work anymore. No attempt to even pretend to fix anything. It will be one for the history books when it all falls apart.

    • malthuss January 10, 2020 at 11:26 am #

      Hows about ‘Dying in the Long Emergency?’

    • ellipsis January 10, 2020 at 11:40 am #

      Call them premature ejaculation (in the verbal sense).

    • Epicur January 10, 2020 at 12:05 pm #

      “Preprints” of new books are sent out to reviewers for this purpose.

  8. fugeguy January 10, 2020 at 10:51 am #

    Nancy is a good Yin to the T’ster’s Yang. Both together collectively envious of the box of rocks wit and intellect.

    • Nightowl January 10, 2020 at 11:12 am #

      Someone needs to watch the Al Smith charity dinner speech.

    • ellipsis January 10, 2020 at 11:41 am #

      Where there’s smoke there might just be romantic fire. Do you think…?

  9. akmofo January 10, 2020 at 11:05 am #

    The impeachment machinations are meant to prevent President Trump from nominating new conservative Supreme Court judges in the likely event its dying commie members will soon die.

    The hope is, that through the impeachment process President Trump will lack “legitimacy”, so proclaimed by the Vatican/CIA propaganda outlets, and thus be prevented from doing his job long enough for new elections to take place. The Vatican mafia plans to win these elections via massive voter fraud, through the issuance of ID cards via its State agents to illegal Catholic migrants from Latin America. The Vatican/CIA mafia MSM propaganda outlets are silent on the issue of these ID cards, hoping it will go unnoticed under the radar.

    • Nightowl January 10, 2020 at 11:17 am #

      The strategy is simple. Hold the articles and continue to add more phony charges that will never be backed with any evidence.

      Avoid a trial in the senate and use the corporate media to parrot related talking points in the hope that this damages Trump in 2020.

      There is nothing else they can do. The corporate media remains one of the greatest threats to our system, as without it, none of this would have been possible.

      Reinstating the ban on domestic propaganda in Smith-Mundt (which Obama reversed shortly before leaving office) would be an excellent start.

    • SW January 10, 2020 at 11:27 am #

      I don’t think Nancy’s working for the Vatican, just herself and to keep a death grip on the Democratic party. I agree that they’d like illegals to vote b/c they correctly assume it would be for them but I don’t think religion has anything to do with it.

      It’s all a game to the them I think. We (taxpayers/voters) are just life-support so they can remain in power — need proof? What’s actually been done to help the majority of citizens, Democrat, Republican, straight, gay, black, white, Latino? Pretty close to zip. And that’s true for both parties. Name one institution in America that’s going well — medical? education? military? environmental? transportation? quality of life for most Americans? Nope. Debt peonage is a reality now and we haven’t even seen the worst of it. A Harvard study estimated 45,000 people die every year b/c of lack of medical care for treatable illnesses.

      I understand the impeachment process is important and the participants should be exposed and punished and that it’s crucial to the rule of law. I just don’t think it’s going to happen.

      • akmofo January 10, 2020 at 11:46 am #

        Her kids went to Georgetown, a commie Vatican mafia institution. Never EVER give these slimy commie turds the benefit of the doubt. This lizard should have sitting in prison long ago for all the slimy multi-million real-estate frauds she was involved in. But the Vatican mafia controls the media and the law enforcement agencies, so this little Vatican lizard gets to go free.

        • CancelMyCard January 10, 2020 at 12:27 pm #

          Sooooo, it’s the . . .(fill in the blank). . . . That controls the Media, Banks, Government, MIC, etc., etc.

          Is it the Vatican?

          Is it the Jews?

          Is it the Illuminati?

          Is it the WASPS?

          Is it the Communists?

          Is it the Freemasons?

          Is it the Great Satanic Cabal?

          Which is it that we can all agree on?

          Certainly, none of the above are sharing the power with the others.

          Can we not point to the specific ones?

          • akmofo January 10, 2020 at 1:02 pm #

            Enlightenment movement = Freemasons

            Anti-Enlightenment movement = Vatican = Illuminati = Great Satanic Cabal of Communist/Socialists/Nazis/Fascists/Progressives/Collectivists/Globalists

            Selected individual “Jews” are promoted and used as the Vatican’s storefront manikins for the Vatican propaganda outlets to constantly highlight and point at and scapegoat, and thus hide and distract from the real criminal enterprise that is the Vatican mafia.

          • Janos Skorenzy January 10, 2020 at 1:19 pm #

            To the extent the Vatican is still Catholic, it has little power. To the extent (overwhelming) it has been infiltrated by the Masons, Satanists, Jews, and Homosexuals – it has great power. In other words, their power, the power of the coalition of alien elements.

            Latin American Liberation Theology has born strange fruit. The Coalition seems to have a scheme to use Ecology and Amazonian/Incan occultism is to creat a New World Religion out of the ashes of what was once the Faith.

          • sophia January 10, 2020 at 7:39 pm #


            Are you a 7th Day Adventist?

      • Cavepainter January 10, 2020 at 12:48 pm #

        RE the 45,000 people who “die every year b/c of lack of medical care for treatable illnesses”; we’ve veered over the meridian between what’s justifiably societal “system” intervention, straying out of the opposing lane of personal responsibility for healthy living.

        • SW January 10, 2020 at 3:07 pm #

          I don’t know what diseases specifically but probably the usual culprits of diabetes, high blood pressure, cardiac problems and some forms of cancer. And not all the people who suffer with these cause the condition. Do bad habits and obesity add to the problem? Yes but who’s profiting off our industrial food industry? Not the people with these diseases. While the government reports low inflation numbers, anyone who buys real groceries and cooks knows the price of healthy food vs frozen pizza has gone up a lot. It’s not an easy explanation just to blame the patients or to completely let them off the hook either. Simple, basic health care where a person could take a 10 cent pill for high blood pressure, live in a walkable community and eat locally grown food would go a long way toward a solution.

      • abbybwood January 10, 2020 at 2:14 pm #

        I also noticed that the “Justice” Department finished their “investigation” of Hillary Clinton with no charges.

        How on Earth can there be a thorough “investigation” of Hillary Clinton especially with all The Clinton Foundation fraud PLUS everything she was involved in with servergate and now the whole DNC paid for Dossier etc.

        And one of the most important defendants in US history who had a history of trying to kill himself is left unguarded for 12 hours and was most likely murdered and all Barr can say is, “It was a perfect storm of screw-ups”???

        We have NO criminal justice system in the United States, especially for the rich and well-connected.

        That might be technically true. I read that his task was reassigned to John Durham. — JHK Admin

  10. teddyboy46 January 10, 2020 at 11:11 am #

    I only hope that JHK is right and there are actual criminal cases being worked on in regards to the Coup against Trump by the Deep State.

    I have little faith that anyone will be prosecuted and jailed. But there is always hope.

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  11. JohnAZ January 10, 2020 at 11:14 am #

    I listened to Tulsi this AM. What a Democratic lackey. It was certain she had her AM briefing from the DNC on what to say today. Her highlight was saying that the Iran-Ukraine plane that was shot down was Trump’s fault because of the war like condition in the area. I one missile strike, the Iranians shot down a year’s worth of innocent citizens. Good job. If I ever had a good thought about her, forget it. She is just another liberal doofus unable to think on her own.

    All you scaredy cats about Iran, they missed everything, four of 15 missiles failed, and their air traffic control was so stupid, it did not even know the difference between an American jet and a Ukrainian airliner. The only reason to fear these losers is if you are flying within a hundred miles of their border in a commercial jet.

    Another winner this AM. DOJ is clearing HRC of any crimes during the election run up. I totally am not surprised. Everything she is accused of was standard operating procedure for the people in the in crowd around Obama at the time. The Deep State worked on the principles that she, Obama, Bill, Jeff Epstein, Eric Holder, Loretta Lynch held dear at that time. They, the in-crowd used their modus operandi as the pattern to attack Trump before and after the election. Do what you know best. Trump was not in the in-crowd and was not privy to a lot of the corruption going on, and was blind sided by what the Deep State had been doing. His early staffing mistakes, like Sessions, probably tie into this ignorance. Anyway, the Deep State wins another one.

    JHK alluded to the idea that the idea of the delays is to make tenuous GOP senators vote and then try to regain the Senate. Heard the same thing yesterday. Makes sense. Seems to me if the GOP, Trump style, is serious, they will put campaign money into bolstering these close races. Trump is sorta being acknowledged a shoo-in.

    One more. Anybody consider that the whistleblower is just a myth. Why does everyone think he exists? Something I haven’t heard. Is he or she just a figment of the mind of Schiff, Pelosi and Nadler to kick off the impeachment process? Is this the great secret they have been hiding, that the basis for the “great crimes” is a total fabrication? That the whole Democratic Party is God’s ironic joke on the American people. ????

    • Nightowl January 10, 2020 at 11:20 am #

      The “Wisslebloer” is equivalent to a Fake News “unnamed source familiar with the President’s thinking.”

      • K-Dog January 10, 2020 at 11:46 am #

        This President’s is incapable of thinking. News reporting him thinking has to be fake.

        • K-Dog January 10, 2020 at 11:47 am #

          Incapable of compassion too.

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    • malthuss January 10, 2020 at 11:28 am #

      Spell that backwards.

    • K-Dog January 10, 2020 at 11:28 am #

      All you scaredy cats about Iran, they missed everything, four of 15 missiles failed, and their air traffic control was so stupid, it did not even know the difference between an American jet and a Ukrainian airliner.

      Of course we believe you! But exactly how many American service families were notified of a loved one’s death from a helicopter crash or in a Baghdad traffic pileup last week. Did your ‘source’ give you any numbers?

      A Dad back in a Bag from Baghdad sort of thing.

      • malthuss January 10, 2020 at 11:31 am #

        ‘those losers’—-The mussies rioting in Malmo and the acid attacks in London. Those losers.

        • Janos Skorenzy January 10, 2020 at 1:22 pm #

          Quite right. The losers will win if we don’t fight back. They’ve destroyed many Cultures over the last 1500 yeas.

      • K-Dog January 10, 2020 at 11:38 am #

        I suspect this is closer to the truth.

        Iran appears to have fired the missiles into vacant areas where they were unlikely to cause significant harm, according to a U.S. official who was not authorized to speak publicly. The attack, the official said, was designed mainly for a domestic audience to show Iranians that the regime was responding to the killing last week of Iranian Gen. Qasem Soleimani.

        Or this could be deliberate disinfo and a comfortable patriotic lie. Who’s to know? Not you and that’s for sure.

    • ellipsis January 10, 2020 at 11:48 am #

      I suspect the whistle blower is nothing more than a straw man for John Bolton. The minute Trump fired the mustache over Iran he sealed the deep state coup via impeachment.

    • akmofo January 10, 2020 at 12:17 pm #

      When I describe them as mafia, I’m 1000% on target! People really need to understand who we are dealing with. Being politically correct with this Vatican mafia is going to cost Americans EVERYTHING they believed the United States to be. It is that serious of a situation.

      • ellipsis January 10, 2020 at 12:26 pm #

        Agreed for the most part, but all that’s at least twenty years in the rear view mirror now. The empire’s already waist deep in terminal collapse at this point. Ain’t gonna be any saving anything now.

        • akmofo January 10, 2020 at 1:05 pm #

          No, all we have to do is just shine a light on these cockroaches. They can only exist while they are hidden by their propaganda outlets.

          • ellipsis January 10, 2020 at 3:34 pm #

            How’s that working so far?

          • akmofo January 10, 2020 at 3:54 pm #

            How’s that working? Very difficult when they own the whole monopoly board. But I have something you don’t. I have truth and I have God, and my side will prevail. We always do.

  12. snagglepuss January 10, 2020 at 11:19 am #

    What’s this ‘Impeachment Debacle’ costing anyway? If the energy expended on it could be harnessed Peak Oil wouldn’t be such a concern, never mind how it distracts from more important issues of the day. It’s not hard too see how fatigued everyone must be given the length of time that has passed. One feels sorry for the american public.
    On another note, the rapidity with which photos were produced showing the missile shoot down of the Ukrainian airliner on Iranian (very hostile) territory versus no such photos being brought forward when Malaysian Flight 72 was shot down over Ukraine is quite interesting. We all know who has the capacity to produce such evidence and the lack of it for Flight 72 shows reluctance fueled by an attempt to cover for the western backed side. Yes, we know where the equipment was manufactured, but that means nothing.

    • ellipsis January 10, 2020 at 11:49 am #

      Such instantaneous evidence is a hallmark of a false flag event. The CIA is working overtime to get their war by any means necessary.

  13. Robert White January 10, 2020 at 11:26 am #

    Articles of impeachment will serve to underline the fact that POTUS is unelectable in light of high crimes & misdemeanors of his high office. The Democrats are playing hardball whilst it is erroneously assumed that they are softball players.

    Trump’s chances of attaining second term even as incumbent POTUS is looking slim to none given recession for 2020. DOW at nosebleed & the Republicans think that is a good thing.

    Window dressing & naked mannequins is not enough to retain power in 2020. My money is on Warren full stop.


    • ellipsis January 10, 2020 at 11:53 am #

      Actually, I’d say Trump’s reelection chances have never looked better, especially after his recent acquiescence to the deep state with the Iranian General assassination. That will likely signal a quick resolution to the impeachment nonsense, after which it should be smooth sailing through November for Trump while the feckless Dems continue to self-destruct.

      • K-Dog January 10, 2020 at 12:15 pm #

        his recent acquiescence to the deep state with the Iranian General assassination.

        But he bets the farm. Trump should really think their offer to put him and his kids in the witness protection program when this is all over through.

        • ellipsis January 10, 2020 at 12:24 pm #

          Anybody can get got these days. Presidents are certainly no different. Bet ya he wishes he’d never ran in the first place now, though. Luckily for Trump himself, he’s old, grossly overweight, and out of shape. He’ll be extremely lucky to live through a second term either way. The kids? Not sure why anyone would care about them. They’re too stupid and privileged to even bother with. Probably get sold into prostitution at the worst. Fitting.

          • Janos Skorenzy January 10, 2020 at 1:25 pm #

            Don Jr is very ambitious and is selling the image of himself as an outdoorsman to keep the Base. He posted a picture of himself at the range – his rifle bearing a Crusader insignia. This is a man willing to be used and he will be – by the Zionist faction. The UN faction will hate him just as they hate Trump Sr.

      • messianicdruid January 10, 2020 at 12:18 pm #

        Are you assuming WWIII is already over?

        “Pompeo is said to have urged Trump to assassinate Qasem Soleimani, the Iranian general who drove ISIS terrorists out of Iraq and al-Qaeda terrorists from Syria. Soleimani saved Christian lives in the Middle East, but these are mostly Greek Orthodox and Catholic lives, about whom Protestant fundamentalists in the U.S. care next to nothing, preferring Talmudists to them.

        Mr. Pompeo is a war-golem of the Israeli-worshipping fundamentalist “Rapture” theology of US Churchianity.

        “We will continue to fight these battles. It is a never-ending struggle…until the Rapture, be part of it, be in the fight.” 

        —Mike Pompeo, God and Country Rally,” Summit Church, Wichita, Kansas, June 28, 2015. 

        These people WANT war.


        • ellipsis January 10, 2020 at 12:53 pm #

          Nope. Just that WWIII, if anything, will only enhance the GGG’s chances of reelection. We ‘Muricans love us some war!

        • Janos Skorenzy January 10, 2020 at 1:32 pm #

          The simple Truth. Thank you. There are two major Elite factions. But if we keep bringing in new people, we’ll end up with a Muslim Elite, a Chinese Elite, etc. Worse and worse the more we have. None of them represent ordinary Whites the way the Jewish Elite represent Jews or as the Muslim Elite will represent Muslims, etc.

    • RIB January 10, 2020 at 12:26 pm #

      Really Mr. White? (Excuse the Reservoir Dogs reference) Please explain to us just exactly why a recession will occur in 2020. I bet you probably bet on HRC to win in 2016, didn’t you

      • Robert White January 10, 2020 at 2:19 pm #

        DOW 29K overvaluation peak market nosebleeds. Baltic Dry Index deflation, Class-8 Commercial Trucking-tanked, REPO reintroduction being QE-4 backdoor stimulus due to Secular Stagnation forward, election year recessionary headwinds coupled with no trade signatories for China, Emperor Xi will NOT mollycoddle or placate White House for China Trade Deal.

        Assassination bombing indicates geopolitical chaos that G7 doe not want. The debacle has causality, and Canadians will not get sucked into WW3 in Middle East for American supremacy for oil backed petro-dollar hegemon status.

        No new organic growth exists for USA in deflating macroenvirons, and The United Nations Bank is providing the synthetic stimulus to the Green Finance Revolution that current Republican leadership is not aligned with so that Mark Carney will not be able to include the Republican Party in the Green Finance cartel that is just about to dole out $23 trillion USD to Climate Science adherents.


        You love does not pay my bills, I want money, that’s what I want.

        Mainstreet USA wants money too and Republican policy provides none.

        Democrats will fight to rid the world of Trump as the ‘art of the deal’ has been no deal at all for the world.


        • RIB January 10, 2020 at 2:32 pm #

          Nice cut and paste job, Mr White

          • Robert White January 10, 2020 at 2:48 pm #

            I swear by God & Karl Marx that I did not ‘cut & paste’ as that comes directly from my CNS.

            I’ve been looking at Finance since 1971 when I was moved from Toronto to Ottawa at 11 and my dad was just starting Senior Rulings National Revenue CANADA in Oil, Mines, & Resource Taxation.

            My first lecture in Finance was with my dad lecturing whilst I watched Nixon close the gold window. Back in 1971 it was a big deal to sit down and watch Nixon close the gold window.
            Everyone in North America watched it like a Christmas time statement from the Queen when it happened.

            Nixon was a pretty big player that day.


        • UN OUT OF USA January 10, 2020 at 3:58 pm #

          You Sir, suffer from a severe case of TDS. Everything you quoted sounds like an MSNBC morning show. Clearly you get your “news” from only one source. Best of luck to ya.

    • Nightowl January 10, 2020 at 5:01 pm #

      You just forgot to provide any evidence of high crimes and misdemeanors.

      But the words feel good when you have nothing else.

  14. malthuss January 10, 2020 at 11:29 am #

    WHAT ABOUT AUSTRALIA? Green Alba, I found this,

    AGW was what they immediately blamed on the Australian bushfires.

    They are truly horrible.
    However, Australia was known as dry continent before, 80 % of it is dead outback, and the global warming does not ignite woods.

    Australia had about 80 named, devastating wildfires in the last 150 years, when global warming was not heard about.

    Somewhere, it said that the Australian authorities arrested up to 200 arsonist. T
    hat was immediately countered as fake news by the left ‘factcheckers’ that come out of the woodwork like Pavlovs dog if the narrative does not fit their ideology.

    • capt spaulding January 10, 2020 at 8:46 pm #

      Damn those fact checkers!

  15. 4014HAMPHEDGE January 10, 2020 at 11:41 am #

    Observing Iranian missile accuracy and inability to intercept same at the US bases in Iraq, one concludes efforts in Congress to delay executive response time is ill advised.

    Observe debkadotcom article this morning. Famine hedge is uppermost on list of needful things as 2020 gets rolling.

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    • ellipsis January 10, 2020 at 11:54 am #

      Like congressional oversight would make one damn bit of difference. That ship has long since sailed.

      • JohnAZ January 10, 2020 at 12:32 pm #

        The reason POTUS, all POTUS don’t tell the Congress is that the congressional leak factory has inputs directly into the enemy. Might as well call Khamanei on the phone and just tell him we are coming as tell Congress. And yes, I am calling Democratic congressmen traitors.

        POTUS is required by law to brief congress on any attack within 48 hours, which they did.

    • K-Dog January 10, 2020 at 12:02 pm #

      ‘one concludes efforts in Congress to delay executive response time is ill advised.

      And we all stayed awake last night ruminating over that very fact! Oh, the horror of it. A muzzle on Trumps ability to pee on shoes with an impulsive lift of his leg. Limitating Trumps ability to Hump, the end of western civilization as we know it. Truly a horror of horrors.

      Going to Debka myself:

      Head of the Revolutionary Guards Aerospace Force Brigadier General Amir Ali Hajizadeh said on Thursday that the missile attack on American bases in neighboring Iraq was only the start of a series of attacks that will take place across the entire region. Satellite photos of the damage to the US Al-Asad Airbase in western Iraq showed at least five structures, including hangars and buildings, “hit hard” by the Iranian ballistic missiles launched on Wednesday. “Some of the locations struck look like the missiles hit dead center,” said one analyst, confirming advances made in the upgrading of Iran’s missiles for improved precision.

      If Iranian’s are Bozos then limiting ‘executive response time‘ would be smart. If Iran can hit ’empty’ buildings as described with accuracy then limiting ‘executive response time‘ would be prudent.

      But limiting the presidents ability to murder from the air is not going to happen and that is the end of that story.

      • JohnAZ January 10, 2020 at 12:35 pm #

        Hmmm, how many attacks did Obama authorize trying to control the ME madhouse? How come he was not called on the carpet, Kdog?

        Khadafi is crying out from his grave.

        Your Trump hating is showing!

        • K-Dog January 10, 2020 at 1:20 pm #

          It looks like Iran could put a missile where the sun don’t shine. Looks like the one on the airstrip hit exactly where it was supposed to be.

          What kind of logic follows from Obama not being called on the carpet. He should have and I hope a rolled up newspaper is in his future.

          I should care if you care I hate Trump why? The sooner Trump is gone the better the world will be.

          I hope nobody was in the tent

          • K-Dog January 10, 2020 at 1:30 pm #

            I wish the green on links was more green.

          • capt spaulding January 10, 2020 at 8:49 pm #

            If I owned a McDonalds anywhere in Iran, I’d be pretty nervous right about now.

        • ellipsis January 10, 2020 at 3:38 pm #

          Still caught up in the whole left vs. right divide thing I see, John. Hint: there isn’t one.

  16. axisboldaslove January 10, 2020 at 12:03 pm #

    Meanwhile, 1 BILLION animals have died in the fires in Australia. In the not too distant future, this impeachment mess will seen quite trivial. Meanwhile, here and elsewhere, all so called “leaders” continue to look rather incompetent in terms of doing anything to make this world better. Selfish as this sounds, damn, I’m glad I’m old

    • RIB January 10, 2020 at 12:30 pm #

      Blame the arsonists..sic PETA on ’em

      • JohnAZ January 10, 2020 at 12:39 pm #

        The problem is that the Libs are covering up the sources of the arson, probably trying to cover up the Muzzie boys. Because of the Liberal side stupidity in the West, the ME is going to win this world. Maybe that is what the globalists want!

        • axisboldaslove January 10, 2020 at 1:17 pm #

          God damn liberals blah blah blah stickin’ lefties yadda yadda yadda. Jeez, this place has became a shit show for some of ya’all.

        • Nightowl January 10, 2020 at 5:07 pm #

          There is a video of three young women starting one. Was making the rounds, but appears to have be scrubbed by our SJW Internet overlords.

          Will repost if I can locate.

        • GreenAlba January 11, 2020 at 12:36 pm #


          If 90% of the fires were started by ‘Muzzie boys’, then it is good that we should know this. For now it’s a moot point, but we just don’t know. But it changes nothing with regard to the point that matters, which is that climate change is increasing the periods and places where tinder-dry land is susceptible to less controllable fires, whether started by ‘yoofs’, daft picnickers, or by self-generated lightning or fire tornadoes from existing smoke columns


          And it’s going to get worse, since we have decades of the effects of today’s CO2 already baked in.

          Jihadi arsonists need to be dealt with, as do other arsonists, if they can be found. But allegations, assumptions and internet memes should involve the same standard of evidence as for the other arsonists.

          • malthuss January 11, 2020 at 4:29 pm #

            we do know that some of the arrested are non White, Muslims.


  17. newworld January 10, 2020 at 12:11 pm #

    I assume the impeachment goes nowhere not even to an end like Clinton’s. The Senate is a node in the Deep State, have you ever seen a Senator investigated or prosecuted. House members are a dime a dozen and have their own wing in the Fed pen system.

    My WAG is that Trump has compromising material on enough of the Senate that this is a standoff. I said since the beginning if I were president the first thing is to garner total control of the NSA, second gather comprimat on the Senate, third staff all agencies with my people. Then 4th, beat the fringe Left like a drum and allow their undisciplined rage filled selves destruct my opposition.

    • ellipsis January 10, 2020 at 12:17 pm #

      Agreed. The impeachment is nothing more than a means to gain leverage over Trump to lie down for the Zionist deep state, which he’s now doing. War in the ME will soon follow.

      • beantownbill. January 10, 2020 at 12:38 pm #

        Really, Ellipsis. The Zionist deep state, not just the deep state? I suppose you drove by the 40 story Zionist Deep State office building.

        • ellipsis January 10, 2020 at 12:50 pm #

          As a matter of fact… Of course they’re not stupid enough to proclaim it publicly. They need to keep the unsuspecting and gullible herd true to the cause.

        • akmofo January 10, 2020 at 1:13 pm #


          This “ellipsis” is a Vatican agent. Wants people to give up. “The fight is over”. “It was over 20 years ago”. That’s classic commie propaganda. The second these Lizard talk about Zionists, you know they are Vatican lizards.

          • messianicdruid January 10, 2020 at 1:31 pm #

            “The second these Lizards talk about Zionists, you know they are Vatican lizards.”

            Seems a bit narrow-minded of you.

          • akmofo January 10, 2020 at 1:42 pm #


            Nope, not at all. Whether you go to confess to a pederast priest or not, is irrelevant. When you’ve been propagandized as a Vatican lizard, you’re in effect a Vatican lizard.

            There are examples of persons of Jewish heritage that are in fact anti-Jewish Vatican lizards. Sanders, Sorros, Chomsky, Blumenthall, Zuckerberg, etc — these are all anti-Jewish Vatican lizards. The Vatican is the source of their corruption and the source of the propaganda and corrupt culture that caused their metal sickness.

          • Janos Skorenzy January 10, 2020 at 2:03 pm #

            Many consider Pelosi to be crypto, and not just a revenant from the Crypt.

            Malthus said we a hundred or so Congress people with dual citizenship with you. What nation could survive such a thing? But as Joe Sobran said, We’d be thrilled with dual loyalty…..

          • akmofo January 10, 2020 at 2:12 pm #

            How many millions with loyalty to the Vatican and your Caesar/God Pontus Maximus? What nation can survive that. You’re not going to get away with your tactics of pointing fingers at the “Jew”. You’ve been exposed! We know what Jews want and we know what you want!

          • messianicdruid January 10, 2020 at 2:29 pm #


            I noticed you switched from Vatican Lizards being anti-Zionists to Vatican Lizards being anti-jewish. Curious.

          • akmofo January 10, 2020 at 2:41 pm #


            There’s no “switch”.
            To be anti-Zionist is to be anti-Jewish.

            To live in Israel is the essence of being Jewish. That’s what the Hebrew Bible teaches, that’s what it’s all about.

            The Vatican opposes this and does everything it can to avert this, because it exposes the Satanist fraud that they are, along with the Jihadists Communists Socialists Nazis Fascist and other Satanist trash that they spawned and sponsor.

          • ellipsis January 10, 2020 at 3:26 pm #

            Zionism is a religious/political philosophy shared by both Christian and Jewish alike, which should hardly be a surprise, since one is the once heretical offshoot of the other.

            The Evangelicals Who Pray for War With Iran

            Mike Pence and Mike Pompeo, who urged Trump to kill Qassem Soleimani, are ardent proponents of Christian Zionism.

            By SARAH POSNER
            January 9, 2020

            Last Friday, a day after Iranian Maj. Gen. Qassem Soleimani and nine others were killed in a U.S. drone strike in Iraq, the Christian Zionist advocacy group Christians United for Israel emailed its millions of supporters to praise President Trump’s move. “This Decisive Action Will Save Countless Lives,” read the subject line, echoing the assessment delivered that morning by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Fox and Friends. The bombing showed that Trump would take “swift and decisive” action to protect Americans, Pompeo had told the president’s favorite morning news program. Vice President Mike Pence later claimed that Americans are “safer today.”

            Pompeo and Pence reportedly were the top officials pushing Trump to kill Soleimani. They’re also devout evangelicals and major allies of CUFI. This is not a coincidence. While the organization is best known for its unflagging “support” for Israel—that is, for Israel’s expansion of settlements in the occupied West Bank and protracted erasure of the possibility of a future Palestinian state—it has, since its founding in 2006, depicted Iran as an existential threat to Israel. The group opposed President Obama’s nuclear deal with Iran, denouncing it as “dangerous for Israel, the United States and the entire world,” and in the Trump administration, CUFI has found hope for a more bellicose posture.


        • malthuss January 10, 2020 at 2:12 pm #

          And your reply to this?
          Hiding the deep state in plain sight,

          This is proof Israel rules America,

          Pro-Israel advocates in Congress are pushing to make boycott of Israel illegal while civil society and Palestine rights groups say it would violate their free speech rights.
          the american government and media has been infiltrated…
          89 of our Senators and Congress hold dual citizenship…. citizenship with Israel

          The remainder of this post deleted for being scurrilous bullshit. — JHK Admin

          • akmofo January 10, 2020 at 2:52 pm #

            Show me their Israeli Passports

          • akmofo January 10, 2020 at 2:57 pm #

            Now where is my list of Catholics?
            How come we never see such a list?
            Where is my list Germans?
            Where is my list of Irish and on?
            How come it is always the Jews?

          • ellipsis January 10, 2020 at 3:27 pm #

            Good work Malthuss! You’ve gone scurrilous!

          • Majella January 10, 2020 at 8:18 pm #

            If all ‘scurrilous bullshit’ was deleted round here, there’d be maybe 10 posts per column.

          • elysianfield January 11, 2020 at 1:50 am #

            “How come it is always the Jews?”

            Well, a week late, but…

            Some people wrote some stuff about those guys killing this other guy, and last I checked, a lot of people still believe what the book says.

            The above could be a possible, plausible explanation…in part, at least.

          • GreenAlba January 11, 2020 at 10:07 am #


            That would be a dumb reason, assuming I’m following your explanation.

            If the ‘other guy’ hadn’t been killed, the books they wrote about him wouldn’t even exist and neither would the belief system they wrapped around him. So (a) logically they should be at least neutral on the point, if not grateful, (b) It Was Foretold that it was going to happen, so they were just doing their job, and (c) anyone who equates ‘those guys’ with anyone around today has to have a screw loose.

          • elysianfield January 11, 2020 at 11:35 am #

            “That would be a dumb reason, assuming I’m following your explanation.

            If the ‘other guy’ hadn’t been killed, the books they wrote about him wouldn’t even exist and neither would the belief system they wrapped around him. So (a) logically they should be at least neutral on the point, if not grateful, (b) It Was Foretold that it was going to happen, so they were just doing their job, and (c) anyone who equates ‘those guys’ with anyone around today has to have a screw loose.

            At what point can or will you call people who believe in various religions completely “logical”? belief is more often borne of emotive fervor…administered AT their mother’s knee when very young.

            Consider that the dominant culture in Europe for many, many generations, was driven by Christianity, in all of it’s iterations, and that the dogma of those ages was simple…Christ was a good guy, and the Jews killed him.

            akmofo asked for an ostensible reason for the hate. I give you one that you dismiss outright.

            When we were children, those in the USA believed in Santa, the Easter Bunny, The tooth fairy, the boogeyman….

            Some adults find early lessons comforting…except for the boogeyman thing…which is the only real specter of the bunch. You are dismissive of that lesson which might, in some small part, be cause for enmity.

            Is the “Christ Killer thing” a dumb reason? Of course, and without argument. Could it be a component of the answer akmofo requested? Possibly, and this I will argue.

            A final point…”If the ‘other guy’ hadn’t been killed, the books they wrote about him wouldn’t even exist and neither would the belief system they wrapped around him.”

          • elysianfield January 11, 2020 at 11:40 am #

            Another thought. The Jews have been pilloried for two centuries. Why? Has there been a thread of dialog that has mirrored that period other than what I offer?

            I would like you to offer another explanation for the issue….


          • GreenAlba January 11, 2020 at 12:14 pm #

            “akmofo asked for an ostensible reason for the hate. I give you one that you dismiss outright.”

            I think you have misread my point, EF (for which I may possibly take the blame). I am not dismissing the explanation at all.

            As a young’un taken to church every week for years and years I had never heard the ‘Christ-killing Jews’ trope in all that time. Jews seemed to be kind of referred to as our cousins – they had the old covenant and we had the new one, but we were all family. The killers and those who pushed them were individuals, not people whose descendants could be blamed for their actions.

            I only came across the ‘C-KJ’ trope as an adult or near-adult, with more intellectual exposure to the history of the Catholic Church, where the trope seems to have – or have had – more sway.

            So I am not in any way suggesting the trope, in itself, has not given rise, to a significant degree, to the longstanding animosity. My explanation was merely meant to indicate that its reasoning is utterly stupid, on which point I don’t think we particularly disagree, unless I misunderstand you.

            The unreasoning animosity had a few positive feedback loops, like early prohibitions on Jews doing certain jobs, which then pushed them towards others, for which they were then vilified.

            That’s the way unreasoning prejudice works.

          • Janos Skorenzy January 11, 2020 at 1:32 pm #

            Neither have I. Let’s face it: Liberalism has reigned during our lifetime, complete with full psychic disarmament. Who killed Christ? We did, is the argument now. But E is right: it was not always so by any means.

            That that Liberalism is now considered Conservatism changes the truth not a whit. Compared to traditional Traditionalism, it is as straw or food for asses.

        • Janos Skorenzy January 10, 2020 at 4:06 pm #

          In other words, the word Zionist is redundant since you guys control everything!

          Not even I say that…..

          • sophia January 10, 2020 at 8:01 pm #


            You say that the Vatican is against Israel because Israel exposes them for frauds. How does Israel do that?

            And you are disingenuous when you ask about Germans and Irish in congress. These people do not actually have dual citizenship with their home nations, do they?

          • akmofo January 10, 2020 at 9:44 pm #


            The Vatican is Rome. Its empire is dead. Its language is dead. Its god-Caesars are dead. Its Cathedrals are empty museum spaces. Its culture is failed and collapsed. Everything that they are is corruption and death.

            This is what Janos Skorenzy wrote to me the other day and it summarizes perfectly what they are all about: “You could have enslaved the Malagassy or genocided them or confined them to reservations.” This is their thinking about life and other human beings. This is their whole culture and history — mass theft mass enslavement mass deception and mass murder.

            Simply by existing and thriving, Israel is a living testament to the lifeforce and vitality of righteousness of YHVH, while these Roman Satanists die off and disappear into garbage bin of history.

          • akmofo January 10, 2020 at 10:02 pm #


            I’ve already addressed the false claim of dual citizenship. The people listed are American Jews and some are not even Jewish but supporters of Israel I presume. Very few if any of these people lived in Israel, so they would not have Israeli citizenship.

            But again, it is a question of selective discrimination against Jews, because there are others with real dual citizenship and real dual loyalties and they are never mentioned or questioned. It’s always about “DA JOOS”.

          • sophia January 11, 2020 at 1:01 pm #


            The 7th Day Adventists are the group that is most keenly against the Vatican that I have met, thus my question. Now, it appears you are Jewish and your hatred of the Vatican is … unusual.

            I think your argument is very weak that Israel stands out as a falsification of the Roman church. Any thriving people would be in a similar relation. Most Jews are not even religious.

            Me, I blame the Hebrews for the awful infection of the western world with their god. It has poisoned Christianity and probably Islam. I feel bad about it, and I think that sincere Jews have done a fair job of having a viable spiritual life despite their god being an imposter and a very negative one at that. But there have also been many Catholic saints and I think they manage to progress spiritually more in spite of their religion than because of it.
            Of course, I don’t really blame the Hebrews. It’s just unfortunate that some bronze age scrolls got preserved and people clung to it. Negative memes are often very sticky in the psyche.

            Now, in your comment about Janos, are you saying he is a Catholic?
            He suggested a different homeland, and that you could have taken Madagascar? It’s a valid complaint (without the genocide). You could have taken Oregon. For example. But that will leave you cold as you seem to be a believer and only Israel will do. I have sympathy, but if you are humanitarian, how do you justify the treatment of the Palestinians? And Israel was not taken by religious Jews at all, Which means they don’t actually believe that God ever gave their ancestors that land.
            But they did it roughly, not kindly.

            As for the duals, that is important if true because it means I believed a lie. But I don’t think there are a significant number of people in congress with real dual citizenship, and certainly not 1/6th or so of the entire congress with one nationality.

            I would be less concerned if the influence from Israel were not so great. We can criticize Roman Catholicism till the cows come home, but try it with Israel.

      • CancelMyCard January 10, 2020 at 1:03 pm #

        Repeat from above:

        Sooooo, it’s the . . .(fill in the blank). . . . That controls the Media, Banks, Government, MIC, etc., etc.

        Is it the Vatican?

        Is it the Jews/Zionists?

        Is it the Illuminati?

        Is it the WASPS?

        Is it the Communists?

        Is it the Freemasons?

        Is it the Great Satanic Cabal?

        Which is it that we can all agree on?

        Certainly, none of the above are sharing the power with the others.

        Can we not point to the specific ones?

        • akmofo January 10, 2020 at 1:14 pm #

          See above.

          • akmofo January 10, 2020 at 3:18 pm #


            They don’t get to have Israeli citizenship until they come to live in Israel. It’s that simple. None of the people you named above live in Israel. They are American Jews, and that’s it.

            What you presented is pure lying propaganda, produced and propagated by Vatican Nazis.

            And you know how I know this is so? Because I never see such lists of Catholics. Where is the list of German Catholics, Irish Catholics, Italian Catholics, Polish Catholics, French Catholics, Spanish Catholics, etc. Where is it?!!

            Where is the list of WWII Nazis hired by CIA? Where is the list of the millions of WWII Nazis with Vatican passports that escaped to the US Canada and Latin America? Why is it that we never see such lists?

        • abbybwood January 10, 2020 at 3:22 pm #

          I think I must have accidentally landed at Rensedotcom this morning.

          • Nightowl January 10, 2020 at 6:23 pm #

            Nah, “akmofo” is just the latest Shareblue/Media Matters agent to be dispatched to the site to sow discord.

          • CancelMyCard January 10, 2020 at 9:29 pm #

            Night owl has it right.

            It is definitely the Jew/Wasp/Illuminati/Lizard Freemasons/Zionist/Wackos

            who have it all covered off.

            Who would have thunk???

          • Nightowl January 11, 2020 at 3:31 am #

            You and Akmofo can give us the latest details from the Russian tinfoil scene as soon as he logs in under his other name.

            With the two of you, all of the fruit-loop bases will be covered.

  18. Soloview January 10, 2020 at 12:26 pm #

    Breaking news: Nancy is sending impeachment paperwork to the Senate next week.

    • JohnAZ January 10, 2020 at 12:40 pm #


  19. beantownbill. January 10, 2020 at 12:35 pm #

    Global warming: the NOAA published its State of the Climate – Global Climate Report for July, 2019, in August. In July, 2019 global land and surface temperature departure from average was the highest for July since global records began in 1880.

    Nine of the ten warmest July’s have have occurred since 2005. 2019 marked the 43rd consecutive July and the 415th consecutive month with temperatures above the 20th century average.Africa had its warmestJuly on record. July 2019 marked Europe’s 23rd consecutive July with above-average temperatures. On July 25th Paris’s high temperature reached 108.7 degrees, it’s highest temperature ever. None, Alaska hit 90 degrees on July 4th for the first time.

    Iceland’s Vatnajokull glacier has been shrinking year by year, so much so that the earth’s crust is rising from the sea, draining fjords, shifting sediments and twisting sewer pipes (NY TImes, August 12).

    Arguments have been made that their has always been climate change periods in the past. These changes have been local or regional, but not global. Today’s warming is global, affecting 98% of the globe. Journalists have focused on stories that show direct, local effects on individual lives, but not on what is happening globally.

    I have taken the above from the November-December 2019 issue of the Skeptical Inquirer, pages 10-13. Due to obvious space limitations, I did not copy the entire article, particularly with references..
    You can read it yourself in the magazine. The upshot is that global warming is in fact occurring. I’m not stating my opinion, just facts. If you don’t want to believe in global warming, you have a closed mind, or have a personal bias, for whatever reason.

    • axisboldaslove January 10, 2020 at 1:39 pm #

      97% of published scientists agree with you, beantownbill. The only people denying global warming any longer are simply stubborn people who get a thrill stirring poop.

      • malthuss January 10, 2020 at 3:04 pm #

        Liar, there are millions of scientists…..how many are published?
        and 98% of them agree?
        reminds me of the old ads, 3 of 4 MDs who smoke, smoke Camels.

        are you a Climate Change scientist?

        • beantownbill. January 10, 2020 at 5:44 pm #

          Malthuss, I did not lie, just stated what was published in a reputable magazine. You assume just because I quoted a published article you don’t agree with, I’m a liar? Before you jump to conclusions, why don’t you read the article, and if you still think the information it contains is a lie, attack the authors, not me.

          Are you claiming there are millions of climate scientists or just millions of scientists of all stripes, like mathematicians, physicists, astronomers, biologists, etc.? If the former, you are not thinking clearly, and if the latter, how do you know their opinions on this matter?

          • malthuss January 10, 2020 at 7:24 pm #

            Millions of scientists, out of 8? billion people.

        • axisboldaslove January 10, 2020 at 6:26 pm #

          Thank you for showing your true self by calling me a liar. I may be in error at times, but I do not lie. Yes, there are millions of scientists, but I was talking about published scientists, not all the others, many of whom are pseudo-scientists. You also misquoted me. I said 97%, not 98%. You really show your true self here. You should be embarrassed by this kind of blatant harassment… but you are probably not. Oh well, I could care less. Now I can permanently put you on “ignore”.

          Good bye.

      • sophia January 10, 2020 at 8:11 pm #


      • Nightowl January 11, 2020 at 3:32 am #

        Surely you have some concrete evidence for this claim? Feel free to post at any time.

        • Majella January 14, 2020 at 6:28 pm #

          “You can read it yourself in the magazine”

    • RIB January 10, 2020 at 2:36 pm #

      The effects of climate change have never been world wide? Surely you jest, Beau. BTW, What caused the climate change that caused the Ice
      Age and the subsequently melting? I asked by remedial climate change professor (as suggested by Green Alba), but she told me to go to the dean’s office and start the withdrawal process.

      • beantownbill. January 10, 2020 at 6:17 pm #

        RIB, the point is that today’s global warming is occurring in 98% of the globe. This has not happened before in human history. Reporting on glaciation has usually focused on Eurasia and North America, hardly the whole globe.

        Beau Geste. ??

        • beantownbill. January 10, 2020 at 6:18 pm #

          Sorry, I meant to leave a smiley emoji, but it came out double question mark.

          • malthuss January 10, 2020 at 7:25 pm #

            I avoid emojis..too many of them, nowadays.

          • capt spaulding January 10, 2020 at 8:59 pm #

            I find them to be too emojinal.

        • sophia January 10, 2020 at 8:16 pm #

          I don’t think this is true at all. (That 98% of the globe has warmed.) You listen to one-sided reporting you will certainly get a lopsided impression.
          But to say warming or cooling has never happened to the whole globe before? This globe is in an ice age. The warming when the last glaciation ended was world wide.
          Your side says the Medieval warm period was local, but that’s damage control. Besides, there have been several global warming periods during this interglacial.

          By the way, what would be the cause of a local warming?

          • capt spaulding January 10, 2020 at 9:06 pm #

            The difference this time around, Sophia, is that the warming has been attributed to human beings rather than as a by product of natural occurrences. The conditions that contribute to global warming are caused by overpopulation, and the subsequent overuse of natural resources. Ignore it at your peril.

          • GreenAlba January 11, 2020 at 7:17 am #


            No need to reply to me – I didn’t publish the article or take part in the exchange. 🙂

            Detailed objections or questions should be addressed to the authors (scientists) and I’ll be happy to read their responses to you second hand. I trust you to be honest. The exchange takes place in normal everyday English that anyone can understand, even the person who claims it’s all above his head, despite him being so much cleverer than people who don’t find it a problem.

            My overall opinion, which I know I don’t adhere to practically, is that deniers (in this context anyway) should probably be left to deny – in harmony and building to an emotionally satisfying crescendo if they enjoy it – just as you should merely smile patiently and beatifically at someone trying to persuade you to read The Watchtower and wish them a nice day, rather than try to engage with them, because it’s pointless and you know it’s pointless (which makes it a travesty of normal human communication). Just mentally file your nails or something.

            My dad, who died long before normal people had heard of anthropogenic climate change, used to be fond of saying ‘a man convinced against his will is of the same opinion still’.

            Quite. And the significant word here is ‘will’, because deniers continue to deny because of their ‘will’, so you will not – ever – get them to acknowledge the validity of evidence. That, as I’ve said before, is the difference between a sceptic and a denier. Scientists are sceptics – that’s their job. The role of the everyday denier requires no training, reading, exams, insight, evidence, peer-review, perspective or humility. Pure Dunning-Kruger.

            And I know the above is a bit flippant. It’s flippancy born of exasperation. I need to stop worrying about people believing what they want to believe. It’s the human default.

          • sophia January 11, 2020 at 12:38 pm #

            Captain Spaulding,

            Yes, ‘attributed to.’ But he said it had never happened before. I like a bit more accuracy. Of course, if the narrative is true, the fact that humans are causing it is very significant.

            Green Alba,

            I shall try to have a look at your link.
            You are wrong about something, Green Alba. You say to be a denier requires no reading. But on the contrary, I beg people to read a bit so they can actually try to respond to why I don’t find the ‘science’ credible. They won’t. I’ve had the same problem with Darwinists. They won’t even read the articles they are using to bolster their arguments.

            You say deniers deny because of their will. I agree that most people choose what to believe first and figure out how to justify it second. But that would apply to you as well as me. In my case, I think I am just the sort to buy into something like climate change as I tend to be pretty strongly in favor of preserving the environment and I worry about many modern trends and other environmental issues. It just to happens that I read a lot and I have read enough to satisfy me that it is nonsense.

            A lot of what you say, though, strikes me as such boilerplate that it does not seem to come from real consideration, but rather that you want to follow a certain demographic. At no time have I ever seen you engage with an open mind on this topic. Thus, the ‘ad hominem’ that you accused me of a couple of weeks ago.

          • sophia January 11, 2020 at 12:45 pm #


            I made it down to about 2/3 on your article. Not impressive at all. Mostly speculation and then more speculation based upon accepting the prior speculations as true. It is too weak to assess that article. They did a couple of times bring up issues with the narrative, but then only pretended to address them while actually ignoring them.

    • elysianfield January 11, 2020 at 1:58 am #

      That the climate is changing is not the issue, but rather it is the cause of that change that is argued. The primary cause.

      • beantownbill. January 11, 2020 at 11:45 am #

        If the warming is caused by human activity, it’s at least theoretically possible to halt it, but if something else is causing it, we probably just have to ride it out – unless the endpoint is a Venus-like climate. In which case we’ll be toast, literally and figuratively.

        • messianicdruid January 12, 2020 at 4:34 pm #

          Edification subterranean is a good alternate description of the video on you tube of a guy driving around underneath Kansas City in the old salt mine/limestone quarry turned into two car wide tunnels, for miles.

      • sophia January 11, 2020 at 1:12 pm #

        I question whether there has been any real warming at all. It has gotten more and more corrupt and they are becoming more desperate as more and more intelligent voices are spreading the word about the holes in the theory, and because of that and the general corruption of science, it appears to me that even their data is now suspect.
        It would be a more believable theory if they were not infected with the (all too human) intense desire to win at all costs. They always present the data in the most alarming way possible. One of the latest ploys is to constantly harp on the idea that the warming is actually worse and going faster than predicted, even though the reality is that the predictions and models were incorrect, in the direction of predicting too much.

        When they tell people loudly that such and such a year was the warmest on record, why don’t they give the caveat that, although worrying, it was only by 4 100ths of a degree, and therefore well within the margin of error? See, that is a lie by omission.

        Another thing they do is trumpet loudly the heat waves but are silent on the many, many, many reports or record snowfall, record cold, record late melting of winter ice, record cold weather and snow in areas which rarely get it, and so on. How am I to have confidence in the theory when it needs to be propped up with such an obvious skewing of facts?

        I mean, why is it so east to lie to people?

  20. Beryl of Oyl January 10, 2020 at 12:38 pm #

    Very nice work. What a pleasure to read quality reporting and analysis.

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    • JohnAZ January 10, 2020 at 12:49 pm #

      Okay, what do You propose we do about it. I was convinced of the warming twenty years ago. Quit trying to prove it and do something about it. The real problem with climate change is the inability of anybody to change much of anything politically in the world. Madrid is just the latest example of the inability to exact change in people’s attitudes.

      The only one I hear that knows what has to be done to effect AGW and not just talk about it is AOC and her GND group. They know what will eventually be done, whether inspired by AGW, pollution or Peak Oil. They just cannot sell it to the people, let alone the elite.

      • RIB January 10, 2020 at 2:40 pm #

        Tell it to China and India John. With 35% of the world’s population, why aren’t their citizens getting arrested in Beijing and New Delhi on Fridays like Jane Fonda and Sam Waterson do

    • messianicdruid January 10, 2020 at 1:40 pm #

      Here’s some ” quality reporting and analysis ” for ya.


  21. KesaAnna January 10, 2020 at 12:44 pm #

    ” I am glad that you are following all the impeachment crap Jim because it saves me the time of having to pay any other attention to it other than what I read here to keep abreast of it all. ”

    — Walter B

    Same here.

    What I have noticed is that , with the possible exception of Ford and Carter ( ? ) , every president since Nixon has come under criminal investigation.

    With what result ? Near as I can tell , the result was that a lot of lawyers got rich , who were probably already rich anyway.

    If you are liberal , this should be disappointing / appalling , because obviously that mountain of lawyers fees has added up to a lot of working class kids who won’t be going to law school.

    If you are right – wing , this should be disappointing / appalling because I would think that by now it would be obvious that you got more trickle – down to the middle class from mountains of lawyers fees going after black drug dealers and cracker meth manufactures than you have gotten from this farce.

  22. KesaAnna January 10, 2020 at 1:05 pm #

    ” Argumentum ad hominem. Hitler believed 1+1=2 therefore it doesn’t.

    You simply aren’t as smart as you think you are. ”

    — Janos

    First , I have never claimed to be smart. That is just a claim other people habitually make about me.

    I might ask you not to confuse the claims I didn’t make with the claims others make. Not that that will do any good.

    One reason I never claim to be smart is because , while it may be a compliment for well – to – do / privileged people ( ? )

    for a working class person to be called smart is anything but a compliment . It is instead the kiss of death.

    Just like in the Middle Ages , other poor people will resent , hate , and fear a smart poor person because they will invariably interpret it as your trying to get above your “rightful ” place in the social order.

    And those higher in the social order will , likewise , resent , hate , and fear a waitress who can quote Shakespeare because the very notion of such a thing existing undermines their mystical claims of superiority and specialness,

    No , I have never claimed to be smart , not least because , in this context , it is a mortal , and potentially lethal , insult.

    Anyway , believe it or not , my motive wasn’t to kick you.

    I was merely pointing out that even if you win , don’t be surprised if you wind up in front of a firing squad anyway.

    Once upon a time the NSDAP was full of good people who meant well.

    But , notice , all that people remember now were the ruthless opportunists who would just as soon fuck Germany good so they could eat at Golden Corral instead of at Burger King.

    • BackRowHeckler January 10, 2020 at 2:01 pm #

      Smart? Maybe.

      Deep insight into human nature? Most definitely.

    • Janos Skorenzy January 10, 2020 at 2:06 pm #

      Perhaps not, but you think you are. And you aren’t – not as smart as you think you are at any rate. You did and do use Ad Hominems – a logical error. And 1+1 does equal 2, no matter who says it.

      • Robert White January 10, 2020 at 2:37 pm #

        Let me see if I understand you, Janos.

        Trump bombing assassination + Iran downing of airplane via missile strike = 63 dead Canadians

        Total = 2

        no matter who says it, eh?


        • RIB January 10, 2020 at 2:41 pm #

          Go eat your cheese and gravy and watch a hockey game,dude

          • Robert White January 10, 2020 at 2:56 pm #

            It is true that I am Canadian, but my sport is Top Fuel Drag Racing and has been since the late 70s when I dropped hockey in favour of Top Fuel for sport.

            I like fishing & Top Fuel. Aside from that I’m a dull boy.

            And I don’t eat cheese & gravy Poutin either.


          • BackRowHeckler January 10, 2020 at 3:41 pm #

            Top fuel drag racing, that’s interesting, RW.

            That sport was pretty popular here but I get the impression it has faded a bit since thd, say, 1960s.


        • Janos Skorenzy January 10, 2020 at 4:10 pm #

          When did I deny it? Trump is with the War Mongers after campaigning as a sane, decent America Firster. As you may or may not know, the Founding Fathers told us to stay out of such things.

          • Robert White January 10, 2020 at 4:16 pm #

            Okay, I agree with you, Janos.

            Don’t gloat, eh.


          • BackRowHeckler January 10, 2020 at 4:31 pm #

            Wait a minute. Taking out 1 guy with a hellfire missile makes Trump a ‘Warmonger’?

            You’ve set the bar low, too low.


          • Janos Skorenzy January 10, 2020 at 4:46 pm #

            A million deaths are not enough for Yueh – Dune.

          • messianicdruid January 10, 2020 at 7:20 pm #

            A million deaths are not enough for Yueh – Dune.


  23. volodya January 10, 2020 at 1:16 pm #

    I’ve lost track, what’s this impeachment all about anyway? I’ve forgotten, did Trump ask the Ukrainians to look into what exactly the fuck is going on with the son of an American Vice-President sitting on the board of a Ukrainian natural gas company? Did Trump ask to know why that same American VP demanded the squelching of a Ukrainian investigation of said gas company on pain of losing American aid? Because these circumstances smell fishy to say the least so I don’t know about anyone else, but I’d sure like to know what’s up. 

    The oft-made claim is that Trump is up to his nuts in corrupt steppe-dwellers. OK, let’s look at a few things: 

    * Horn-dog Bill accepted fat speaking fees from a Kremlin-connected Russian bank while Hill was Sec of State

    * Hill’s and Bill’s – cough – charitable foundation accepted megabucks from investors in that deal for the Uranium One purchase. The buyers were Russians. The deal required State Dept approval while Hill was boss there. The State Dept approved the deal. 

    * John Podesta sat on a board of directors of a company with Russian investors one of which was Vladimir Putin 

    * a Russian bank had a lobbying contract with Podesta Group (owned by Tony Podesta) 

    So, who exactly is up to their crack in Russians? Nothing to see here? Lots and lots and lots to see here. Tons of Kremlin cash, finding its way to powerful and connected Americans. Nothing to it?

    But this isn’t corruption, nope, we have it on good authority. So if this isn’t, then what is it? Maybe these are the ways of people far superior to us, who fly at too high an altitude for us to understand. So maybe this impeachment is just Lysol to suppress the smell? But don’t get too far over your skis because we’ve been told, nothing to see here, move along.  

  24. Paul January 10, 2020 at 1:34 pm #

    Who remembers the (c.1976) movie “The Man Who Would be King” with Sean Connery and Michael Caine?

    Do you remember the scene where everyone is battling away in the sand when the whole show is interrupted by a train of monks — all blind and/or blindfolded — who then cross the battlefield headed to who knows where? Once the monks have exited, the battle resumes?

    All I’m a-saying is: y’all could use one of those moments just about now.

    • Epicur January 10, 2020 at 2:06 pm #

      “All I’m a-saying is: y’all could use one of those moments just about now.”

      Surely, you don’t believe many of them want one of those moments. For most who comment here, the yammering back and forth is the whole attraction.

    • BackRowHeckler January 10, 2020 at 2:10 pm #

      The Man Who Would be King

      Short story by Rudyard Kipling, based upon an American from Philadelphia named Josiah Harland, who in the 1830s actually travelled to Afghanistan with the aim of becoming King. He didn’t make King but he became a high ranking prince. Some people stay home and play it safe, others take a risk and strive for greater things.


    • BackRowHeckler January 10, 2020 at 2:21 pm #

      In India, while on campaign and fancying himself the 2nd coming of Alexander the Great, Harlan rode into battle on an Elephant. Later on, back in the USA, during the American Civil War, he got himself appointed as Colonel of the 11th Penn. Cavalry Regiment.

      Josiah Harlan always did things in a big way, no half measures for him.


      • RIB January 10, 2020 at 2:43 pm #

        Sounds like a 19th century Ferdinand Waldo Demara Jr, neighbor

        • BackRowHeckler January 10, 2020 at 3:49 pm #

          Good comparison, RIB.

          At one point Harlan signed up with the British Army as a combat surgeon even tho he had 0 medical training. Nevertheless, he read up enough in a medical textbook, combined with what he had observed shipboard, to be accepted and receive his commission. Sometimes you just have to bullsh#t your way thru to achieve greatness.


        • BackRowHeckler January 10, 2020 at 4:33 pm #

          The great imposter

          Altho this Josiah Harlan chap appears to have been the real deal.

  25. malthuss January 10, 2020 at 3:00 pm #


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  26. messianicdruid January 10, 2020 at 3:08 pm #

    akmofo sayeth: “To live in Israel is the essence of being Jewish. That’s what the Hebrew Bible teaches, that’s what it’s all about.”

    “In 2001, 8.3 million Jews lived in the Diaspora and 4.9 million lived in Israel. Just about half of the world’s Jews reside in the Americas, with about 46 percent in North America.”

    Maybe they are following the Talmud instead of the bible.

    • K-Dog January 10, 2020 at 3:34 pm #

      Poke it in your hontas. If you add in the lost tribe they are likely more than half here.

      • messianicdruid January 10, 2020 at 3:39 pm #

        My point was – that is obviously NOT “what it’s all about”.

      • malthuss January 10, 2020 at 7:28 pm #

        Poke it in your hontas–yikes.

        did you know that Pocahontas had a Black sidekick, now revered by historians?

        York, the Enslaved Member of the Lewis and Clark Expedition …..

    • akmofo January 10, 2020 at 4:06 pm #


      The majority of Jews live in Israel. That’s a fact.


      • ellipsis January 10, 2020 at 6:45 pm #

        What’s stopping the rest? Birds of a feather and all that.

        • malthuss January 10, 2020 at 7:19 pm #


        • akmofo January 10, 2020 at 8:59 pm #

          Someone needs to keep you German Nazis in check. A ratio of a thousand to one is about even odds to neuter you depressing losers. I only have to deal with ten of youz here so the odds are to my favour. Easy peazy exposing you for the Nazi turds that you are.

  27. Pucker January 10, 2020 at 3:34 pm #

    To a certain extent, this is what the apparatchiks in the US government look like?

    Why is it that the Com…munist Elite when they flee the angry mob wear Western suits and carry suitcases stuffed with sausages?

    Serhii Plokhy
    The Last Empire: The Final Days of the Soviet Union

    • Pucker January 10, 2020 at 3:56 pm #

      According to Dr. Mark Skidmore of Michigan State University and Catherine Austin Fitts, US$21 trillion dollars is “Missing” and unaccounted for in “Undocumented Adjustments” to the US Federal Government budget calculated using the US Federal Government’s own publicly-available accounting records.

      The corruption is “So Bad” now that Congress actually passed a law making it legal for US Federal Government departments to NOT disclose their true accounts and financial positions on grounds of “National Security”.

      And like “The Afghanistan Papers”, no one talks about it.

      Total Fuck’n Silence….

      Instead, they talk about this Impeach Circus as cover to not talk about everything else.

      We need to get out the pitchforks. They can’t stop the angry Mob as long as the army refuses to shoot the People.

      Serhii Plokhy
      The Last Empire: The Final Days of the Soviet Union

      • BackRowHeckler January 10, 2020 at 6:54 pm #

        I know where some of that $21 trillion is.

        Guy I know was an E-8 in the Army Reserve, made a few deployments to Iraq, on his last one came back with 2 sea bags of cash. Not sure how much, but he bought a sailboat and lives on it, tied up to a pier in the Virgin Islands.

        A lot of ordinary guys got rich over there, ‘specially vets who did a tour and went back as a ‘contractor’.


        • Pucker January 10, 2020 at 10:38 pm #

          Good Lord!

    • Pucker January 10, 2020 at 6:09 pm #

      Americans would stuff their escape suitcase full of money and Weed.

  28. KappaJoe January 10, 2020 at 3:59 pm #

    The trouble with Washington is that far too much power has been aggregated at the federal level. This accumulation of power attracts the sociopaths and psychopaths among the general population like ants to a leaky bag of sugar.

    All the worse people are drawn to politics, and soon, thanks to self-serving legislation and deal-making amongst themselves, sociopathy in government service becomes entrenched and the apparent norm.

    Evidence of this blatant sociopathy has never been more obvious: the shameless lying, the endless projection, the unbelievable gaslighting, and the remorselessness when being caught red-handed in criminal activity.

    Soon, these activities spread to the borderline cases among the rest of the population, e.g., the media, relatives of the politically connected, and tools like Jussie Smollett.

    To date, there has never been clearer evidence of the need to keep the federal government small and well within it’s defined constitutional limits if for no other reason than to encourage the sociopaths to find another line of work.

    • Pucker January 10, 2020 at 4:07 pm #

      [Scene from the movie “Fargo”]

      “We need more money, Jerry. We need more money. We want the entire $80,000 dollars.”

      “What-the-Heck do ya mean?! We had a deal! A Deal’s a Deal!”

    • Pucker January 10, 2020 at 4:27 pm #

      The general US population is rather corrupt now. In my spare time, I like to watch these YouTube videos of “Retired” white blokes who have “Retired” overseas. A typical profile is the old divorced white bloke who is largely without any savings, but who gets a monthly Social Security check. He often has a few kids in the US and at least one ex-wife in the US; sometimes multiple ex-wives and kids. Since their Social Security checks don’t go very far in the US (or Australia), they run off to either a third world Latin American country or an Asian country where everything is much cheaper and start a new life in retirement. For some of these single blokes, it basically means hanging out in girlie bars. For other blokes, it means marrying a local girl in her 20’s and popping out a couple of local kids. I guess that it makes sense?

      Most of these old blokes seem to do ok, while others flounder if circumstances change to their detriment as, for example, when the currency exchange rate disadvantages them and/ or their respective countries change the visa rules to try to squeeze out less affluent “Retirees”.

      Anyway, after listening to most of these blokes, they seem to lead somewhat pointless lives of aimless consumption, but, nevertheless feel better off as their dollars go further overseas.

      There will probably be a huge wave of such old white Baby Boomers flocking overseas in the next decade to “Retire”, which sucks, as it will create friction in some of these target counties.

      • Janos Skorenzy January 10, 2020 at 4:38 pm #

        What a great idea. Let’s found our own Colony. I’m in charge though. We’ll call it Janos Town or Sonaj Nwot if we go to Indonesia. Let’s bring our own White girls if possible and uncorrupted if possible, from the outback in Utah or Wyoming.

        • Pucker January 10, 2020 at 4:52 pm #

          A “Colony”….

          That actually may be a Good Idea…..

          Have armed AI drones to “Man-the-Perimeter”, like at Jonestown….

          Grow Weed….

          • Pucker January 10, 2020 at 5:05 pm #

            Jeffrey Epstein had some “Weird-Ass” plan to propagate surreptitiously his genes broadly throughout the general population of the world, like Genghis Khan. Epstein also planned to freeze his head and his penis to be thawed out and reanimated sometime in the future and then connected to a robot body.

            Our Elites are very Weird.

            Our Elites today are at least as Weird as the Elites of any other ethic group or culture throughout History.

            I’ll Take-the-Pepsi-Challenge any day….

            Dylan Howard and 2 more
            Epstein: Dead Men Tell No Tales

          • Pucker January 10, 2020 at 5:17 pm #

            Any heretic “Old Fucker” who tries to escape to tell the World what’s really going on in our Guyana jungle “Retirement Community” and about our secret “Mas…ter Ra…ce” Sperm Bank is going to have to make it through a snake and crocodile infested swamp being chased by Chinese-made AI killer drones. Fuck Em….

        • Majella January 10, 2020 at 8:26 pm #

          Not Louisiana? Someone will be disappointed…

    • messianicdruid January 10, 2020 at 6:11 pm #

      IOW – Re-Elect Nobody …

  29. Janos Skorenzy January 10, 2020 at 4:43 pm #

    Did Tucker Carlson save the World? Trump listens to him, no doubt to the utter consternation of all of his warmongering Neo-Con and Zionist advisors and family members.


    Tucker says what Trump used to say: Time for us to go? Wolf asked Trump, How can we go? He said, We just go. That’s how you go. If only we had listened or if he still really believed that. As Tuck says, after 17 years, 35,000 casualties, and trillions of dollars – they are demanding we go. We got nothing for all of that. The “embassy” or Green Zone is a City unto itself.

    • ellipsis January 10, 2020 at 6:42 pm #

      We got nothing for all of that.

      Au contraire! “We” (the royal we, as in the defense contractors) got a historical windfall and those trillions of USDs came back fresh and clean after being laundered through foreign currency markets, greatly reinforcing the reserve currency status of the US dollar in the process. But yes, it was and is mostly about the Israeli Zionist zealots. Their little world domination project has never been more secure.

      • messianicdruid January 10, 2020 at 7:29 pm #

        did we lose akmofo ?

        • malthuss January 11, 2020 at 11:03 am #

          hope so

      • akmofo January 10, 2020 at 10:39 pm #


        When you all speak Hebrew and read the Torah once a week, instead of counting dollar to fill your empty and depressing lives, I will feel much more secure that our “world domination project” has never been more secure. Until then, we have a lot of more work to do.

        • SoftStarLight January 11, 2020 at 4:44 am #

          Right. I’m sure nobody counts shekels in Israel huh? Remember how all those banks in Israel had to pay the US over a billion in fines for tax evasion? The media did their very best to black it out so most people haven’t heard.


          • akmofo January 11, 2020 at 7:38 am #

            Everyone counts shekels, after all you have to survive the thieving Vatican gov mafia. The difference is that we don’t lead empty and depressing lives like you do. And thats all the time you losers get from me.

          • volodya January 11, 2020 at 9:25 am #

            Vatican gov mafia: The Vatican is a gang of worthless pederasts long past their guillotine-date. As for “mafia”, look under your own nose. You’ll find it right underfoot.

  30. Janos Skorenzy January 10, 2020 at 5:27 pm #

    A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and carries his banner openly. But the traitor moves amongst those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the alleys, heard in the very halls of government itself. For the traitor appears not a traitor; he speaks in accents familiar to his victims, and he wears their face and their arguments, he appeals to the baseness that lies deep in the hearts of all men. He rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of the city, he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist. A murderer is less to fear.”

    Marcus Tullius Cicero

    JS: What can I say but what can I say? He has told the entire Truth. We tolerated the Traitors within and now we are Dead Men walking.

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    • Robert White January 10, 2020 at 11:15 pm #

      Given the mythology of hero worship traitors are always expected & encountered. Overcoming traitors is the task of wisdom & age.


    • SoftStarLight January 11, 2020 at 4:35 am #

      A very Truth filled post! Some of our worst enemies look like us and act like us but they are inwardly aliens. A problem as old as the hills. But what of a people who know about such treachery but don’t do anything? Maybe we are getting what we deserve. But once our price is paid we can be sure to never ever tolerate it again.

      • Janos Skorenzy January 11, 2020 at 1:36 pm #

        They live, We sleep. We need to invent special glasses to see them as the Lizards they are.

  31. Pucker January 10, 2020 at 5:36 pm #

    In the Jonestown Guyana jungle Com…munist “Agricultural Project” plantation, Reverend Jones Jones would get all fucked up on pharmaceutical drugs and then from his private air conditioned compound harangue his black plantation laborers for hours on end on the camp loudspeaker as his congregation of unpaid workers sweated in the fields under constant assault by the sweltering heat and the ravenous bugs. Reverend Jones would pump ‘em full of fear of their “Enemies” and exhort them to build their Comm…unist Utopia in the jungle. The C..IA was listening in the entire time….

    • ellipsis January 10, 2020 at 7:04 pm #

      Even money that Jones was himself CIA and the whole thing was just another MK Ultra mind control experiment gone awry.

    • malthuss January 10, 2020 at 7:20 pm #

      and he took their welfare checks, mailed from USA.

      • sophia January 11, 2020 at 12:11 pm #

        Those who ran into the jungle to escape were gunned down. No witnesses!

  32. Elrond Hubbard January 10, 2020 at 5:50 pm #

    World’s largest asset manager BlackRock joins $41 trillion climate-change investing pact
    ‘We believe evidence of the impact of climate risk on investment portfolios is building rapidly’


    “BlackRock, the world’s largest asset manager with more than $6.8 trillion under its control, becomes the latest signatory to Climate Action 100+, an influential big-money pact that’s pushing — although with spotty results so far — many of the world’s largest greenhouse-gas emitters to take action on man-made climate change.

    “BlackRock joins more than 370 global investors, including pension giant CalPERS and HSBC Global Asset Management, already participating in the initiative, which aims to sway companies ranging from fossil-fuel producers to consumer-product conglomerates to be carbon neutral by 2050. With BlackRock on board, total assets under management represented by Climate Action 100+ now top $41 trillion.”

    Climate-change denial is all fun and games, until the serious money realizes how much it has at risk.

    • Janos Skorenzy January 10, 2020 at 6:16 pm #

      No one is denying that there is big money to made in this scam. I mean look at the Affirmative Action Industry. The Dispossession of Whites is what America and the West is all about now.

      Proof? How worried you people are about Cultural sites in Iran – but how little worried you are about Traditional American ones. Indeed, you want them pulled down or “signed” into being Treason.

    • BackRowHeckler January 10, 2020 at 8:46 pm #

      When our Climate Overlords liquidate enough human beings, that’s when the planet will be ‘Climate Neutral’.

      And I have an idea of what human beings they would like to liquidate.

      In France the govt tried to raise the price of fuel just a few cents to meet the Paris Accords climate mandate, and yellow vests took to the streets and tore up the country. Last fall Dutch farmers shut down the Netherlands for a week for the same reason. Wait until the first governor of a northern state — Wisconsin or Maine or Michigan — tries to ban the importation of natgas and No. 2 heating oil, “to keep the temp below 1.5°C within the next century” and people begin freezing to death in their homes in January? How long do you think he’ll last, and how long before a desperate public begins hanging weather fanatics and Climate Cranks responsible for the disaster off lampposts in front of town hall.


      • Nightowl January 11, 2020 at 3:39 am #

        Those yellow vests never stopped protesting, and, in fact, are still protesting.

        Plenty of recent vids all over twitter of the police beating them down at multiple sites. Corp media ignores, ofc, as real resistance is the last thing they are going to televise.

        • BackRowHeckler January 11, 2020 at 5:25 am #

          That’s correct Nightowl.

          Wait until they have to deal with the resistance here when Climate Overlords begin implementing their command and control climate change fantasies, and large numbers of citizens begin to suffer for it, and are told it’s for their own good and the good of their progeny 4 generations out. When the brownouts and blackouts begin, and gasoline, natgas and heating oil becomes unaffordable because of their stupid carbon taxes, rest assured Joe and Jane Sixpack aren’t going to stand by peacefully and watch their families waste away, specially when they see the elites bringing this disaster down upon them are still living in seaside mansions lit up like Christmas trees, driving around in SUVs, and flying around in private jets. At that point nobody will give a sh#t what 97% of corrupt scientists say, there will be blood, it will not stand.


        • BackRowHeckler January 11, 2020 at 6:26 am #

          On the other hand I could be wrong; I’m no engineer.

          Maybe it is possible to keeps the lights on, the trucks running and the houses heated in Ft Kent, Maine or Hibbing, Minnesota, in February, -10°F outdoors, with windmills and solar panels. Claims are being made to the affirmative, I just don’t know. If it can work go for it.


          • GreenAlba January 11, 2020 at 9:08 am #

            So, brh, if you get an osteosarcoma in your leg, say, and the doc says it needs to come off or you’ll die, are you going to say ‘no way, Doc, I’m not standing for that (ho ho), when all those Elitists are running around on two legs’? And feckin’ oncologists too, feck ’em.’

            ‘Feck that for a game of soldiers, Doc, my leg’s probably just a bit rusted. Natural wastage. You’ve got no proof. Those radiographers and radiologists are corrupt – I don’t care if 97% of them said I’ve got cancer and the other 3% are on holiday. You just want my money and my pension.’

            You’re going to die anyway, eventually whether you take the treatment or not. Just like the oil’s going to run out eventually and you can shout all you like and tell the empty oil wells and petrol pumps you won’t stand for it. When there’s no oil you might wish you’d got something to keep the worst at bay for a few more years. Basically all you’re doing is giving preference to one set of years against another set of years and hoping, probably, that you’ll be gone before the second set of years arrives. Kids be damned. And while you’re at it making the weather more extreme so that your insurance will cost you more. For as long as there are any insurance companies.

            See, I can accept your point of view that the climate hopefuls can go f*ck themselves because my heating and my car. It’s a point of view. It merits sympathy even. But you don’t need to slander climate scientists to make that point. Or oncologists. They’re just telling you how it is. They can’t make you do anything about it. It may be the case that we all can’t significantly do anything about it. But at least get pissed off at the right set of people. Because honesty matters. And a society that throws away the truth because it doesn’t like the consequences will get other consequences it won’t like.

            The set of people to get pissed off at would include everybody everywhere who’s pissed the oil away without a thought for tomorrow, when things could have been set up differently from the start.

            Ooooh look, magic black goo that works miracles!

            Said everyone.

            Wait a minute, before we build everything around it and piss it away by selling it for less than milk, so that every individual person can have their own personal metal raincoat on wheels and work tens of miles from where they work every day, do we think it’s going to last forever, like things generally don’t? Or should we create towns and systems NOW that help us carry on when it’s gone.

            Said nobody.

            But let’s blame the climate scientists. B*st*rds. I bet some of them even have cars. How dare they?

          • BackRowHeckler January 11, 2020 at 9:26 am #


            It’s not MY heating and MY car

            It’s the heating and cars of about 90 million people in the northern states.

            The heating and cars of the elitists foisting this hoax upon us, Steyers and Bloombergs and their acolytes, will have plenty of heat and plenty of cars at their disposal, no matter what happens.


          • GreenAlba January 11, 2020 at 9:43 am #


            I know it’s not YOUR heating and YOUR car – I was merely simplifying.

            It makes no difference whatever to my point. The elite stealing all the oil and keeping if for themselves won’t make the science of AGW wrong, no matter how much you want it to.

            And if that’s their game, they’ll only be able to sing ‘nyah nyah nyah nyah nyah’ for so long. And then they won’t.

          • Elrond Hubbard January 11, 2020 at 10:59 am #

            Hey, BackRowHeckler: Dunno if you’ve heard about it, but there’s a plan for addressing all that stuff you’re raving and drooling about. It’s called the Green New Deal. It’s a plan for redirecting all the misdirected and wasted resources of the current dispensation for the exact purpose of making sure people aren’t left freezing in the dark when the SHTF.

            Look, we all know you’re alienated and nihilistic and just itching to see your frustrations explode in an orgy of redemptive violence. There’s plenty of those dark psychic forces at work nowadays, especially here at CFN. I urge you to calm down. Smoke a doobie (is it legal where you live yet?). Remember that life is a gift, and hope is a choice. Peace, brother.

          • BackRowHeckler January 11, 2020 at 11:37 am #

            Hey Elrond, who’s gonna do the ‘Directing’ on this green new deal? Some Climate Commissar, with a Secret Police force and open air gulags surrounded by barbed wire backing him up? Because that’s what it going to take to enforce your lefty green/red mandates.


          • elysianfield January 11, 2020 at 11:52 am #

            “But let’s blame the climate scientists. B*st*rds”

            Bastards”? I have it on good authority that every Climate Scientist’s parents were married.*

            *Not necessarily to each other, of course, but married….

          • sophia January 11, 2020 at 12:16 pm #

            Green Alba,

            In your first paragraph there to BRH, the comparison is not apt; it is a non sequitur.

            He didn’t slander climate scientists. He said they are corrupt. Hmm. Are they?

            Other than that, I agree with you about conservation.

          • sophia January 11, 2020 at 12:18 pm #

            Green Alba said,

            “The elite stealing all the oil and keeping if for themselves won’t make the science of AGW wrong, no matter how much you want it to.”

            No, the one does automatically mean the other. But it CAN be a bit of an indication of the general rottenness of the whole narrative.

          • GreenAlba January 11, 2020 at 12:53 pm #


            “In your first paragraph there to BRH, the comparison is not apt; it is a non sequitur.”

            In this case it was merely a light-hearted analogy. Not peer reviewed.

            “He didn’t slander climate scientists. He said they are corrupt. Hmm. Are they?”

            You are merely making a suggestion, sophia. If you have concrete evidence that they are largely corrupt, you should have presented that, instead of the suggestion. But if brh says climate scientists are corrupt, he is slandering them. Until he proves otherwise.

            “But it CAN be a bit of an indication of the general rottenness of the whole narrative.”

            Only in your mind. Again, you are guilty of suggestion, following your own prejudices. If someone wants to make money from pushing electric cars, and electric cars lessen respiratory disease, the evidence on respiratory disease is in no way compromised.

            But I’m glad we agree on conservation. 🙂

          • GreenAlba January 11, 2020 at 12:57 pm #

            Have to go out now in the some truly horrible wet Scottish weather to mind the grandson…

            And it will get wetter. And it doesn’t take that many days to ruin a harvest, which will be a problem when we’ve gone local. 🙂

          • Elrond Hubbard January 11, 2020 at 2:32 pm #

            BackRowHeckler: “that’s what it going to take [i.e. gulags] to enforce your lefty green/red mandates.”

            Uh, the United States is hardly a stranger to open-air gulags, BRH:

            – The concentration camps (often euphemized as ‘internment camps’) in which some 120,000 Japanese-Americans were involuntarily held from 1942-1946.
            – The infamous tent city jail operated in Maricopa County, AZ under sheriff Joe Arpaio.
            – The Guantanamo Bay detention camp. Home of torture and indefinite detention, GTMO is a recognized, ongoing human-rights violation by the U.S. government which is still up and running as of today’s date.

            Looking over that list, one thing that’s hard to miss is that none of those past examples were ever applied to real people (i.e. white Americans). Is that what you’re afraid of? That having unleashed hell on people you don’t like, you’ll see it turned against you next? Nonsense. There was plenty of answer to that question in the berniesanders.com website had you bothered to read it. Quote:

            “The renewable energy generated by the Green New Deal will be publicly owned, managed by the Federal Power Marketing Administrations, the Bureau of Reclamation and the Tennessee Valley Authority and sold to distribution utilities with a preference for public power districts, municipally- and cooperatively-owned utilities with democratic, public ownership, and other existing utilities that demonstrate a commitment to the public interest.”

            “[W]e will provide $150 billion in infrastructure grants and technical assistance for municipalities and states to build publicly owned and democratically controlled, co-operative, or open access broadband networks.”

            “The goals and outcomes of the Green New Deal should continue to be developed under the Jemez Principles for Democratic Organizing with strong and consistent consultation with the communities most affected by the currently unequal enforcement of environmental laws.” (My emphasis – EH.)

            Believe it, don’t believe it, whatever. But you could be doing everyone a favour and actually informing yourself about these things, BRH, instead of making me do it for you.

          • BackRowHeckler January 11, 2020 at 4:34 pm #

            Alright Elrond, you put a lot of thought into that post …

            Can you see any of those plans actually coming to fruition?

            I’d say its a longshot at best. Meanwhile, life goes on.

            At any rate I enjoy this back and forth. Nothing personal in my rejoinders.


          • Elrond Hubbard January 12, 2020 at 9:40 am #

            Cheers, BRH. The prevailing mood at CFN always seems to be mandatory nihilism. Mere pessimism almost feels like an upgrade.

          • sophia January 12, 2020 at 5:40 pm #

            Green Alba,

            It is a very long project to try to prove to you that they are corrupt. But I did make a few points in my post of January 11, 2020 at 1:12 pm.

            In another comment, I meant to say that the one does NOT automatically mean the other.

  33. Pucker January 10, 2020 at 6:16 pm #

    Don’t you think that it’s a bit weird that the Americans refer to something that they intensely desire and covet as “Weed”?

    In agricultural societies, a Weed is something bad and pernicious and a constant annoyance that a diligent farmer must be vigilant against. A “Weed” is something to be aggressively extirpated from the garden. Right?

    • Pucker January 10, 2020 at 6:21 pm #

      “Hey Honey….Maybe we should go over and introduce ourselves to the new neighbors who just moved in next door with the weird-look’n kids?”

      “Ok…What are their names?”

      “The Weeds…”

    • Nightowl January 10, 2020 at 6:32 pm #

      Weed is aptly named. All kinds of studies out now showing its ill effects on human health.

      • Pucker January 10, 2020 at 6:43 pm #

        Apart from damage to the lungs from smoking Weed, what are the other harmful effects of Weed?

        Jordan Peterson in his book “The 12 Rules of Life”, says that Weed can be either good or bad depending upon the user. But he only gives negative examples of Canadian “Stoners”, and he gives no example of a person who has benefited from using Weed.

        • ellipsis January 10, 2020 at 7:02 pm #

          Weed defies the capitalist ethos of WORK HARDER, LONGER, AND BETTER (so the capitalists can duly steal the profits of your labor), so it will always be reviled. And “studies?” For crying out loud, I can’t believe anyone seriously quotes studies about anything! Studies say anything you want them to, depending on who’s paying the freight.

          • BackRowHeckler January 10, 2020 at 9:03 pm #

            Is there a socialist ethos? If so, what is it?

          • Nightowl January 11, 2020 at 3:41 am #

            Studies aside, it gave me hardcore panic attacks when I used it briefly.

            Studies are certainly manipulated or cherry picked in a variety of areas, but I have never seen any good come from weed in my personal life.

          • ellipsis January 11, 2020 at 6:10 am #

            Socialist ethos in an “ideal” world? Take care of one another. It answers the biblical question “Are we our brothers’ keeper?” in the affirmative. Admittedly, that would be in an ideal world, which even a cursory examination reveals we don’t currently have.

            Secondarily it might be: learn to be happy with what you have and stop greedily piling up more. Your riches should be reflected in your own and those around you’s mental, physical, and spiritual well-being, and not in your material possessions.

            That said, as Vince Lombardi once said (I’m paraphrasing), “Only by relentlessly pursuing perfection, knowing full well that we’ll never achieve it, will we eventually achieve excellence.” Pursuing greed, avarice, enmity, and personal exaltation through unbridled capitalism is exactly the opposite of that. The evidence is pervasive and incontrovertible.

        • Robert White January 11, 2020 at 5:40 pm #

          I have benefitted from getting stoned on weed whilst I listen to music instead of Jordan Peterson on TVO. TVO is the only station that would have him on aside from maybe CBC.

          Jordan Peterson is overrated as a Social Scientist.


      • sophia January 11, 2020 at 12:21 pm #


        I have gotten spiritual and physical benefits. For example, chemo. It is inhumane to give chemo and not offer THC. It alleviates the awfulness to the point you can stop crying and merely feel quite lousy.

        • Nightowl January 11, 2020 at 3:11 pm #

          Yes, I realize it can help certain symptoms in certain situations.

          I drink anyways, so I don’t have much room to talk about whether it is detrimental overall.

    • beantownbill. January 10, 2020 at 6:40 pm #

      Puck, I’ve thought the exact same thing. I’ve never called it weed, just dope or Mary Jane.

      • elysianfield January 11, 2020 at 11:55 am #

        “I’ve never called it weed, just dope or Mary Jane”

        We always called it 11530 PC….

  34. toktomi January 10, 2020 at 6:20 pm #


    “I never did mind about the little things.”

    But the impending total collapse of industrial human society rather puts me on edge and veritably owns me. Nancy who? Does she have a seat in one of the elite lifeboats?


  35. axisboldaslove January 10, 2020 at 6:30 pm #

    People, when you harass others here, call them names, make trolling posts, you only reveal your true self. I for one will permanently ignore anyone posting that kind of nonsense. I know, some here may say, “Who cares?” But I’m just saying so you’ll know if I don’t respond to that kind of childishness.

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    • beantownbill. January 10, 2020 at 6:44 pm #

      Love is the most constructive force in the universe. I’ve always thought there’s only 2 forces in the cosmos, love and fear. Every other emotion is a variation of the two.

      • ellipsis January 10, 2020 at 6:55 pm #

        You’ve no doubt thought that because you’ve either read or been exposed to the many “New Age” texts which trumpet it. It’s true, but the word love has been so polluted by modern concepts that it’s hardly useful any more. Agape is much more accurate substitute, although most people would look at you cross-eyed and simply reply “huh?” if you used it. That said, discussing deep philosophical concepts with 99.9% of Muricans is sure to elicit either a yawn or a quick change of subject in the first place, so why bother? Religious dogma on the other hand…

        • beantownbill. January 10, 2020 at 10:29 pm #

          You’re right, agape is a more accurate word, but most people have no idea of what I might be talking about, so I have gotten used to using “love”. I’m not a new-ager, but some of their concepts I agree with. I do believe most aspects of life begin with philosophy. It is the mother of science.

      • Pucker January 10, 2020 at 7:49 pm #

        Freud defines “Love” as dependence.

        Women generally think of “Love” as an emotional feeling of security provided by the Man. This kind of “Love” can easily morph into “Slavery” through dependence on the State. Women perhaps should not be allowed to vote?

        • Pucker January 10, 2020 at 8:12 pm #

          It was typically Women in the Native American tribes who put pressure on the male Chiefs to succumb to the Whites to resettle on the Reservations. After prolonged wars and depletion of male warriors this female pressure to become dependent of the White Man’s dole became irresistible.

        • beantownbill. January 10, 2020 at 10:34 pm #

          Not agape – see my comment above.

          Freud, the father of psychotherapy, was wrong in so many respects, damaging many who underwent therapy based on his theories.

          • malthuss January 11, 2020 at 10:52 am #

            he had theories about children, but never studied children.

        • SoftStarLight January 11, 2020 at 4:25 am #

          OMG that is so clever of you! Ok so if you are not dependent on a man but you are dependent on the state a lot of people think you are independent weirdly enough. So instead of saying “I want to fall in love” you say “I want to fall in dependence”. And everybody will think you really understand what’s important in life.

          • ellipsis January 11, 2020 at 5:55 am #

            We’re all dependent these days on one thing: continual flow of our economic life blood, money. So it’s funny to listen to some brag of their “economic independence,” as if there were any other kind these days. Not that it all couldn’t be taken away in an instant due to confiscation, or far more likely, inflation and/or deflation. Power over others is what money grubbers are ultimately seeking, something for which money is ultimately a very poor and temporary substitute. It’s also a zero sum game in any semblance of a “normal” economy (which our current debt-based fiasco definitely isn’t), meaning that for every winner there must be (usually multiple) losers. But the game plays on nonetheless…

      • malthuss January 11, 2020 at 10:51 am #


    • toktomi January 10, 2020 at 9:16 pm #


      “People, when you [in my opinion] harass others here” well, yer what ? – exercising your First Amendment right to be a dick?

      Well, I don’t like dick and so, I’m going to ignore you.



      • axisboldaslove January 11, 2020 at 2:02 am #

        As you see fit, toktomi. Sorry if I came across as a dick. That’s not my intent. If it looks that way, then maybe I fucked up. I am fallible. But at least know this: In real life, as far as I know, I have no enemies, and people seem to like me. Some even love me.

        My intent is to be forthright and honest, not a dick (even though I have one).

        Have a good weekend all.

        • toktomi January 11, 2020 at 9:56 pm #


          my bad – did not make myself clear

          I was attempting to rewrite your response for you. You are saying, “People, when you [in my opinion] harass others here” well, yer what ? – exercising your First Amendment right to be a dick?”

          I was attempting to suggest that there is at least one alternative way to react to words that you don’t like that is different than demonizing and ignoring commenters.

          Maybe I ought to be more explicit.
          Naaa, that would be no fun at all.


          • axisboldaslove January 12, 2020 at 12:32 pm #

            Thanks for the clarification, toktomi.

            And as my Pop used to often say, “Have fun!” I always like that. Life is so serious and he could be very serious as well, but he always reminded me to “have fun!”

    • sophia January 11, 2020 at 12:22 pm #


  36. malthuss January 10, 2020 at 7:29 pm #

    Does Qtip still read this?

  37. Pucker January 10, 2020 at 8:29 pm #

    It looks like based upon the experience of the former Soviet Union that one could perhaps leverage inter-P..try competition between P…rty factions to cause one faction to appeal to the Population against the Pa..try where the People view the Pa.,,try unfavorably and are willing to protest Pa…try rule? Much would turn upon whether the army and security forces would be willing to shoot the People?

    In the US, it looks like the Elites are frantically trying to prevent the people’s hatred from turning against the government with endless war and impeachment distractions and identity politics?

    Serhii Plokhy
    The Last Empire: The Final Days of the Soviet Union

    • CancelMyCard January 10, 2020 at 9:33 pm #

      I ask again . . .

      is it the Illuminati,
      or the Jews,
      or the Communists,
      or the Hispanics coming across the borders,
      or the Nigerians coming across the Med to Italy,
      or the ugly Democrats who hate our country,
      or the ugly Republicans who love our country,
      or those fucking Independents who WON’T get with the program and vote either LEFT or RIGHT???

      Fuck the independents . . . they won’t commit to hatred, and that is their ugly fault.

      • Nightowl January 11, 2020 at 3:43 am #

        It is clearly Putin. And, ofc, Trump.

        Tell us about Russian Collusion, then we can get your friend in to give us the Vatican lizard perspective.

      • SoftStarLight January 11, 2020 at 3:57 am #


  38. Pucker January 10, 2020 at 9:53 pm #

    God to Mankind:

    “I show mercy to you by allowing you to show no mercy upon my Son.”

    Does this make sense?

    • CancelMyCard January 10, 2020 at 10:01 pm #


      • Pucker January 10, 2020 at 10:07 pm #

        God should have torched the place, right?

        What would you do if you were a TSA bloke wearing blue rubber gloves fingering some nicely dressed bloke in airport security and you found him carrying a bag stuffed full of sausages?

        • Pucker January 10, 2020 at 10:15 pm #

          TSA bloke to his superior:

          “Hey! Check it out: This dude has a big bag full of sausages.”

          “So?! There’s nothing illegal about carrying a big bag full of sausages.”

          • SoftStarLight January 11, 2020 at 3:54 am #

            Maybe you would hear a deep surround sound type of voice say “Let my sausages go” lol. Yes, you have a choice to let him get by. And so did they. But they chose to show no mercy. God never said people were smart. Remember Forrest?

          • elysianfield January 11, 2020 at 12:00 pm #

            “Hey! Check it out: This dude has a big bag full of sausages.” ”

            That would NEVER be said. Instead, he might whisper;

            “Is that a bag of sausages in your pocket, or are you just glad to see me…?

        • Janos Skorenzy January 11, 2020 at 4:37 am #

          Elon Musk has a girlfriend named Grimes. She just got pregnant and is probably craving those sausages. She even calls herself Grimes as in “Grimes is self sufficient”. I’m sure that’s why she’s with Musk, cuz she’s self sufficent. But what else would she call herself? She’s Grimes.


    • SoftStarLight January 11, 2020 at 3:49 am #

      No it does not make sense but that was not the question.

    • JohnAZ January 11, 2020 at 12:29 pm #

      Jesus was the personification of God. God showed that he was more “powerful” than any man. Our ultimate definition of power is when one man takes the life of another. The power idiots in the Jewish religion thought they had out powered God in the form of Jesus. The Resurrection was God’s statement of who really has the power. Jesus had to die to rise again.

      Man will never out power God. Jesus’ ministry’s success is evidence. One non-ordained teacher in a society of religious snobs converting the West. Wow!

      God created Man to be His steward on earth. God only knows why.

      We are failures on protecting our heritage. Greed and self-interest are going to do us in.

      I wonder what species is going to be God’s next attempt?

  39. Pucker January 10, 2020 at 11:28 pm #

    China’s 0.4% and Comm..nist Pa…ryy affiliated Elite control 70% of China’s wealth. In the US, 3 families control over 50% of the nation’s wealth.

    • Pucker January 11, 2020 at 12:01 am #

      No wonder the stock market never goes down….

  40. malthuss January 11, 2020 at 12:48 am #

    Donald trump went to a jesuit college.

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    • malthuss January 11, 2020 at 12:48 am #

      does the Vatican control Israel or does Israel control the Vatican?

      • SoftStarLight January 11, 2020 at 3:46 am #

        One power is waxing and one power is waning. I thought of you when I saw a commercial for some lender recently. A well dressed Black woman gets onto the subway and there is this young, White, cisgendered, hetero couple making out quite enthusiastically. Of course the look on the lady’s face is one of ultimate disgust because of the various levels of wrongness that little scenario depicted. And then she turns only to see a Asian/Pacific Islander? man chowing down sloppily on a sub sandwich. Yuck! So she gets right on her phone, gets on the lenders’ app and presto whamo she is driving down the street in solitary bliss, completely undisturbed by White breeders and Asian masticators.

        • malthuss January 11, 2020 at 10:58 am #

          The ads are quite sick. much propaganda.

          I saw one where a black secretary? has a silly white man who is stuck behind a glass door.

          The funniest [unintended humor] are the burglar alarm ads,
          white mans about to break in and the break in is foiled-
          ADT has a black man to the rescue, on the line.

          and the heart medicine where the gizo dances as he gives the bride away, to a negro…have you seen?



          • Tate January 11, 2020 at 2:47 pm #

            Ridiculous. Who buys into the gaslighting? The people in these commercials… they must go home at night & say ‘What did I just do for money?’

          • Janos Skorenzy January 11, 2020 at 6:53 pm #

            It works because people don’t “think” about it, merely absorbing the feel good message into their unconscious. Good Whites want to be bred out of existence! Only bad Whites want to live as a race…..

    • elysianfield January 11, 2020 at 12:08 pm #

      I’d much rather be at a Jesuit College than Bob Jones University….

  41. messianicdruid January 11, 2020 at 2:19 am #

    sophia quoted , “You say that the Vatican is against Israel because Israel exposes them for frauds. How does Israel do that?”

    No, he said, “To live in Israel is the essence of being Jewish. That’s what the Hebrew Bible teaches, that’s what it’s all about.

    The Vatican opposes this [ jews living in Israel ] and does everything it can to avert this, because it [ jews living in Israel ] … ”

    Someone akmofo doesn’t like doesn’t want jews living in Israel. We are still trying to figure the nomenclature.

    • SoftStarLight January 11, 2020 at 3:32 am #

      Well then the Vatican hasn’t done a very good job seeing that Israel has been an intentionally Jewish state for 71 years now. They’re going to rebuild the Temple. And then the Lawless One will come and he will proclaim himself as God. He will have a mortal wound and yet will live. He will perform miracles and signs and wonders and the world will follow after him. Even the Elect will be deceived. Jesus warned of the Man of Lawlessness and their abomination of desolation. In this way the Jewish state and Vatican will be of one mind.

      • Janos Skorenzy January 11, 2020 at 4:34 am #

        All of the last few Popes have had Jewish advisors. How many Rabbis have Catholic Priests or Bishops as advisors? So it’s obvious who the senior partner is in their alliance.

        The Anti-Christ will be born a Jew, and his two seats of power will be Rome and Jerusalem. So Akmo is half right – and half wrong.

        • malthuss January 11, 2020 at 11:01 am #

          I know someone who thinks the popes are cannibals.
          ‘I hate the CC almost as much as I do Israel’..all cannibal freemasons.

          Having seen Podestas ‘art’ and the sketches of madelines
          ‘abductors’ [ podestas /tony weiner? look alikes] I wonder.

          • Janos Skorenzy January 11, 2020 at 4:31 pm #

            Maybe Benedict as in “the meat that makes its own gravy” (courtesy of Ovid or was it some other Roman degenerate of the theater?).

            The Trad World was really getting into the idea of Pope Benedict as Gay until he brought back the new Mass. Then he was Gold until he got really weird and partially abdicated in favor of the possibly gay but obviously monstrous, Bergoglio.

      • volodya January 11, 2020 at 1:47 pm #

        I’ve been wondering why they haven’t rebuilt the Temple. Way past time.

        • JohnAZ January 11, 2020 at 5:31 pm #

          Maybe because the second holiest Muzzie mosque is in the way.

          Things are not that important anyway.

  42. messianicdruid January 11, 2020 at 5:54 am #

    akmofo said. “There’s no “switch”. To be anti-Zionist is to be anti-Jewish.”

    All these labels are confusing. Do you like or not-like the Satmar? Who attacked them? Are they being silenced because they are Jewish or Zionist, or some other reason?

    “The supposition is that at a hypnotic level of public, subconscious “Group Mind” cognition, a link was made and brazenly shown (within 24 hours) between the attack on the anti-Zionist Satmar Judaics at the kosher grocery store and Trump’s executive order silencing those (like the Satmar), who are engaged in educational efforts demonstrating that Zionism is a racist, Nazi-type ideology.”

    Do you feel like Trump’s executive order is scurrilous?


    • ellipsis January 11, 2020 at 6:16 am #

      akmofo’s obviously never been to Israel, as even Israeli’s know there’s a distinction to be drawn between Zionists and Jews. An overlap in some cases, yes, but the groups are still distinct. Zionism is the Jewish crazy lunatic fringe, much like the Christian fundamentalists in Kansas and Oklahoma over here. No surprise that the two groups have essentially merged. Mass psychosis is like that.

      • messianicdruid January 11, 2020 at 9:23 am #

        You are hinting at Dispensationalism, the worldview of Messrs Pence and Pompeo.

        “As a boy, Crowley was given a dose of the message that millions of evangelical Christians would listen to in the future. During Crowley’s childhood, The Rapture was not widespread. The End-Time scenario, Rapture, Antichrist and his horrible tribulation, and the gnashing of teeth was not your run of the mill evangelical doctrine but something exclusive to a handful of churches, one which little Aleister Crowley happened to attend.”


        “So, thanks to John Nelson Darby, we not only inherited a wonky end times theology that regularly spawns date-setting “end of the world” predictions – which always fail, of course – and an entire cottage industry for those who claim to know the identity of the anti-Christ, or how some future events will bring us inches closer to the return of Christ, we also have Darby to thank for the twisted ideas of Aleister Crowley – a man often called “one of the wickedest men in the world.” 

        • Janos Skorenzy January 11, 2020 at 1:52 pm #

          Interesting. Crowley had an unspeakable loathing of Christianity due to having grown up under these ignorant fanatics.

          Despite this, he did admire his Grandfather who would accost people on the street and interrogate them as to what they purpose was. Where are you going? And then? And then? Ending with the ferocious injunction, “Get right with God!”.

      • Janos Skorenzy January 11, 2020 at 1:49 pm #

        No, I think he is who he purports to be: an Israeli Citizen and a member of the IDF. He’s just into deceiving us – and that’s a Jewish specialty. That he also deceives himself is par for the course.

        But yes, as Buchanan says, Likkud is straight up National Socialism. It works for them, and it will work for us. Works in India too under Modi.

        And yes, the rise of Jewish National Socialism helped give birth to German National Socialism. We have much to learn from the Jews – as long as we look at what they do, not what they say.

        To thine own neighbor be true.
        And as preceded the night, the day,
        Thou cannot be false to thyself either.

  43. malthuss January 11, 2020 at 11:04 am #

    planned to freeze his head…Michael Jackson paid big money for
    a deep freeze.

  44. malthuss January 11, 2020 at 11:07 am #

    Venezuelas stock market has gone from around
    4000 to around 120,000 in one year.

    yikes…..shape of what DJIA will do as USA $ sinks?

  45. beantownbill. January 11, 2020 at 12:31 pm #

    So my toaster finally died. I went on Amazon to order a new one. There’s a shitload of toaster manufacturers. I found that the vast majority of them are in China. Curious, I began reading reviews from actual purchasers. It seems the China-made toasters look sharp, some even work well, but the one thing they have in common is they last only for a year or two. In contrast, I went to another site that sold refurbished American-made toasters from 100 years ago; they still work.

    Toaster sales are a very minor fact of life, but my two points are that this is an example of how far we have fallen, and how we are consistently willing to put up with inferior quality. It shows in our politicians, too.

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    • volodya January 11, 2020 at 1:45 pm #

      A made-in-America fridge would last forever. The first one I bought more than 40 years ago is still working in a relative’s basement. The ones you get from China nowadays last less than 10 years.

      • Nightowl January 11, 2020 at 3:06 pm #

        There is a really good brand here in Germany called Liebherr; my wife’s parents have one from the 60s that has never broken down and still runs like a top.

      • malthuss January 11, 2020 at 4:20 pm #

        I had a white westinghouse one that was cheap and lasted
        25? years…..I was amazed at how lightweight a new one of the same size is…its lasted a few years.hope it lasts another 10…
        ..its a whirlpool.

        The store back round 1993 that I got my cheap stove and frige at was a warehouse that had been in biz for decades….
        its gone. Amazoned.

      • malthuss January 11, 2020 at 4:22 pm #

        A made-in-America fridge would last forever.–thats a bit of an exaggeration..with repairs, maybe 30 years.

        • malthuss January 11, 2020 at 4:24 pm #

          Another tale. I use a land line phone. after some years it broke.
          I had trouble finding one [even looked at thrift stores].

          I did buy a new one. $60. and Im unhappy with it.

        • BackRowHeckler January 11, 2020 at 4:56 pm #

          I think my brother still has my grandmother’s refrig, a ‘Kelvinator’ if I can recall correctly.

          Retired from the Coast Guard, he lives in a trout fishing camp, last I saw kept the ‘Kelvinator’ in the garage filled with Sam Adams beer.


    • Janos Skorenzy January 11, 2020 at 1:56 pm #

      One guy got a toaster with burned toast in it. Instead of complaining and getting censored on Amazon (like my brother did), he attacked them via twitter and humiliated them.

      Bad Toasters are good for business. Capitalism contains countless similar contradictions. It simply cannot replace morality or nationalism. It’s just selfishness and the Law of the Jungle in the final analysis. It seemed (add italics) to work well for a long time because we were still under the influence of Christian morality.

    • volodya January 11, 2020 at 2:10 pm #

      This has nothing to do with toasters but rather coffee makers. Coffee maker bites dust. Now what? Been brain-washed that you need some kind of coffee maker.

      Then I started to wonder. After all, how many cowboy movies did we see with the fellas out on the range pouring coffee from a steel kettle sitting on an iron grill over a fire?

      So then I saw my sister making coffee with a french-press. And that made me wonder too.

      So the next time I made coffee I boiled water in an ordinary pot, took it off the burner, dumped in a measured amount of ground coffee, put the cover on the pot and waited for six or seven minutes for it to steep. Then I poured the liquid through a kitchen strainer to catch the grounds. My wife doesn’t bother with the strainer. The results were not bad. Point is, no coffee maker.

      • BackRowHeckler January 11, 2020 at 2:26 pm #

        It’s called cowboy coffee, V. You can still get those old coffee pots at Goodwill, or garage sales, the kind you fill with water and put on top of the gas range. Probably is what your parents had when you were a kid. I keep one around here for when the power goes down, break out the propane camp stove and make coffee for the neighborhood.


      • sophia January 12, 2020 at 5:51 pm #

        I used a French press for years until I realized using a small strainer is easier still.

    • malthuss January 11, 2020 at 4:17 pm #

      same with voice mail machinesl, back in the 80s..the machines would die a soon after the warranty ran out.

  46. BackRowHeckler January 11, 2020 at 2:22 pm #

    It looks like Grandpa Joe Biden has had a few facelifts. Do men get facelifts? He has that same weird look as a relative of my wife who flew from Spain to Columbia for a facelift. It’s hard to put your finger on. I notice people who get face lifts, the skin on their face developes a certain sheen. Or is shining up the skin part of the general process? I don’t know. Speaker Pelosi has that same look.


    • Tate January 11, 2020 at 2:49 pm #

      The skin can be tightened over the underlying bone/muscle/fat structures but that has changed over the decades. It can’t be restored.

    • Janos Skorenzy January 11, 2020 at 6:23 pm #

      They are hybrids. As they age, the Lizard part of the genotype starts to come out.

      • sophia January 12, 2020 at 5:52 pm #

        I think you’re joking.

  47. Tate January 11, 2020 at 3:00 pm #

    So now we’re back to AGW? I thought that venerable meme had been debunked & retired for good in favor of “climate change.” Apparently the AGW meme is as hardy as toe fungus. Some come back here over & over to insist on that old AGW chestnut, haha, as if the epiphany of Saint Greta made it all good. Maybe they think their dalliance with queer science has been forgotten & they will just sneak back in to test the water temperature anew?… Endless mileage, great fun.

    • BackRowHeckler January 11, 2020 at 3:20 pm #

      Well, throw the New Green Deal in the mix

      You’re really in for a lot of laughs.

      • JohnAZ January 11, 2020 at 3:54 pm #

        The GND is coming. How soon and how long are the questions? The GND will be the reaction to Peak Oil.

      • malthuss January 11, 2020 at 4:35 pm #

        you tube–Ice Age Framer.

    • JohnAZ January 11, 2020 at 4:04 pm #

      The very slow reaction of closing up the ozone hole shows how long any change to the earth unfolds. It does not make any difference if the politics call it AGW, or global warming or climate change, it is here and currently increasing. Freon causing destruction of the ozone was discovered in the 70’s. Changes took 30 years to be implemented, the hole is still closing.

      If we started decreasing fossil fuel usage now, the effects on CO2 will not be noticed for another 30 years or so.

      Hmmm! Something about Peak Oil starting to happen about the same time?

      I do not agree with much of what AOC says, but what they have laid out to stop the use of Oil is going to happen, no matter what.

      • SoftStarLight January 12, 2020 at 3:24 am #

        China, Russia, and India, and others will be burning fossil fuels for a long time no matter what Western countries do or don’t do.

        • BackRowHeckler January 13, 2020 at 7:47 am #

          Those countries will be burning fossil fuels forever, laughing as the west fumbles around with windmills like its 1650s Holland.

    • sophia January 12, 2020 at 5:56 pm #


      I can’t get what your point is. I like to use global warming because it seems to me that the name change to climate change was a way to take the attention off the warming. That way, every time there is unusual weather, it can be blamed on “climate change.” i get that global warming can cause intermediate conditions, like even heavier snow. But in the end, either CO2 warms the atmosphere, or it doesn’t.

  48. JohnAZ January 11, 2020 at 4:08 pm #

    Why are we as a species unable to be proactive about emergent conditions. Prophets, such as JHK, put out info for the future but we seem incapable of anticipating and reacting to avoid falling off cliffs.

    Peak Oil is going to destroy our civilization this century. No one cares!

    • BackRowHeckler January 11, 2020 at 5:09 pm #

      People on this site care. That’s why they’re here.

      • BackRowHeckler January 11, 2020 at 5:16 pm #

        The Green New Deal has nothing to do with peak oil. They’re saying they don’t need oil whether there’s any left or not; that they can run this country strictly on windmills and solar panels. I’m saying they’re full of sh#t at best, goddam liars at worst.

        For one thing it abrogates the laws of thermodynamics as I understand them. Wind, especially, was abandoned as a power source 175 years ago.


        • JohnAZ January 11, 2020 at 5:26 pm #


          My point is valid. When the price of oil skyrockets following supply and demand in the future, the absence of affordable oil will make some sort of substitution necessary. What that is is YTBD? JHK makes a strong case in The Long Emergency that there are no feasible alternatives to keep going as we are, thus significant sociological changes will occur, including lots of folks dying. His best fit in the book was nuclear supporting hydrogen fuel cell technology, but who knows.

          The main theme however remains the same, we have as a species squandered the most efficient energy source available, nothing equals petroleum.

      • JohnAZ January 11, 2020 at 5:38 pm #

        Wrong word maybe.

        Amongst many other priorities it is not an immediate issue, thus few people are concerned. It will become an immediate concern in the future.

        Prophets are hated and ignored when they are prophesying, but immortalized when they are right. Throughout history.

    • sophia January 12, 2020 at 5:58 pm #

      What they do is make people believe that renewables can power our lifestyle. Might as well make money on the way down.

  49. malthuss January 11, 2020 at 4:35 pm #

    Is this so offensive that it must be censored?


  50. Janos Skorenzy January 11, 2020 at 5:46 pm #

    Who Decides Who Gets In – Michelle Malkin, Amren

    My plan to “Keep America Great” is very simple:
    1.Stop exporting American soldiers to countries that hate our guts.
    2.Stop importing people from countries that hate our guts.

    When I voted for Donald Trump in 2016, I thought this was the plan. The “America First” champion rightly assailed Barack Obama for recklessly endangering the lives of our soldiers to pursue politically driven endless wars. President Trump promised to build an effective wall on the southern border. He enacted tough travel restrictions, upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court, on visitors from countries whose terror-coddling governments pose national security threats.

    Yet, here we are at the dawn of 2020 with thousands of U.S. troops headed back to the Stone Age Middle East maw, Mexican drug cartels on the loose while our Border Patrol hands out diapers to illegal immigrants and refugees from around the world — including nearly 1,400 welcomed just last year from the very high-risk countries the Trump travel ban was supposed to block — transforming the nation without the consent of the governed. The leaky block list includes Syria, Iraq and Iran, which launched multiple missiles at U.S. airbases late Tuesday in retaliation for our deadly airstrike last week that killed Quds General Qassem Soleimani.

    Now, we are on heightened alert here in our homeland with authorities nervous that Hezbollah sleeper cells (which I’ve documented since writing Invasion in 2002) might strike from within.

    Some of you still wonder why I write so frequently and vehemently about our failed immigration and entrance policies. It’s because nothing matters more right now to the survival of our country than the right to determine who gets in and the ability to enforce it.

    As I reported last year, thanks to an executive order signed by Trump in September, local communities were given the explicit opt-in rights to stem the lucrative tide of refugees coming largely from Third World countries and jihadist breeding grounds. This Wednesday, religious “charities” that profit the most from this multi-billion-dollar racket will be in court to assert blanket, open-borders veto power over the people.

    The U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland will hear arguments from vested refugee resettlement interests who oppose Trump’s order requiring government contractors to obtain written consent from all localities and states in which they plan to resettle refugees. The Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society, Church World Service and Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service — three of the nine State Department partners who resettle all refugees — argue that the federal government should prioritize family reunification of foreign refugees over local control.

    Translation: Americans come last.

    The lawsuit assails the White House executive order for threatening “to systematically dismantle the organizations — including Plaintiffs — that have spent decades developing networks, expertise, and resources to carry out the American ideal of welcoming refugees.” Those “resources” come from you and me: Tax subsidies that constitute the vast majority of these nonprofit activists’ budgets. Over the past decade, according to an analysis by immigration researcher James Simpson, the three plaintiff groups have raked in the following amounts from the federal refugee resettlement program:
    ?Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Services: $471.6 million (94% from of its budget).
    ?Church World Service: $433.3 million (72% of its budget).
    ?Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society: $186.1 million (54% of its budget).

    The refugee resettlement contractors, in turn, spread their massive wealth — from both public and private sources — to a galaxy of subcontractors looking to register Democratic voters, fill their pews and recruit new clients and constituents. The “Interfaith Immigration Coalition” holding a protest event after the hearing on Wednesday to support the refugee pipeline includes: Columban Center for Advocacy and Outreach; Congregation of Our Lady of Charity of the Good Shepherd; U.S. Provinces; Daughters of Charity; Disciples Refugee & Immigration Ministries; Franciscan Action Network; Interfaith Immigration Coalition; Jewish Council for Public Affairs; Leadership Conference of Women Religious; National Advocacy Center of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd; National Council of Jewish Women; Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism; Rise for Refuge; Sisters of Mercy of the Americas – Institute Leadership Team; T’ruah; The Rabbinic Call for Human Rights; The United Church of Christ; and We Are All America.

    Thanks to pressure from these groups with bottomless budgets and clout, 18 Republican — yes, Republican — governors are also standing against Trump and self-determination in favor of increased refugee settlement, including: Doug Ducey of Arizona, Asa Hutchinson of Arkansas, Eric Holcomb of Indiana, Kim Reynolds of Iowa, Brad Little of Idaho, Mike Parsons of Missouri, Larry Hogan of Maryland, Charlie Baker of Massachusetts, Mike DeWine of Ohio, Kevin Stitt of Oklahoma, Pete Ricketts of Nebraska, Chris Sununu of New Hampshire, Doug Burgum of North Dakota, Kristi Noem of South Dakota, Bill Lee of Tennessee, Gary Herbert of Utah, Jim Justice of West Virginia and Phil Scott of Vermont.

    The names must be named and the sellouts must be shamed, especially as war breaks out on all fronts. What’s the point of sending young American troops to fight enemies “over there” if we are welcoming them by the tens and hundreds of thousands over here?

    JS: Read the role of horror, the litany of shame. Jews and so called Christians (actually just Liberals) are united in their desire to color America out of any real existence. And the fool Republican Governors – the stupid party strikes again!

    Oh Michelle, Michelle – you have made this name sweet for me again after long bitterness. You are our Galadriel, another one of our strong brown girls. You will push and AOC will pull and America will slide into the slime pit on the edge of existence. I will catch your hand at the last minute, pulling you to safety. And together we will walk into the Sun of the New Day – the Final Order!

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    • BackRowHeckler January 11, 2020 at 7:59 pm #

      Very poetic, Janos.

      IOW, the 3rd world invasion of the USA is a racket and a scam, just like Global warming is a scam and will soon be a racket with big money moved around and sent down the rathole, and whitey loses big in both instances. Does that about sum it up?

    • Cargill January 12, 2020 at 12:00 am #

      “What’s the point of sending young American troops to fight enemies “over there” if we are welcoming them by the tens and hundreds of thousands over here?”

      Almost all the immigrants | refugees into the US are not the “enemy” at all – they are fleeing from the same zealotry and aggressive religious stuff that the US is allegedly fighting,, and which causes economic grief in those countries.

      I agree that almost all rich Western countries have had fairly massive immigration programs for some decades – mine (Australia) is very heavily invested in it. Personally I think it makes countries much better – pale vanilla mono-cultures are just dull.

      • SoftStarLight January 12, 2020 at 2:57 am #

        “Personally I think it makes countries much better – pale vanilla mono-cultures are just dull.”

        So would it be safe to assume you feel that way about all monocultures no matter the color? Or do you specifically feel that the White race alone deserves no native homelands? Japan is an East Asian monoculture. Nigeria is an African monoculture racially speaking. Given your philosophy you would agree that these countries must receive steady and large migrations of immigrants to dilute and break up the monotony right?

        • Cargill January 12, 2020 at 5:23 am #

          Japan and Nigeria are awfully dull too – in their particular ways culturally. White people don’t have a mortgage on dullness – no.

          I feel very privileged and lucky to live in a multicultural society – it is vibrant, interesting and fun. My partner teaches in a school where there are kids from 128 cultures – something like that; they have regular (and fabulous) international days.

          And remember – you and every other poster on here is descended from migrants just the same … and in many cases not too many generations ago.

          • SoftStarLight January 12, 2020 at 1:06 pm #

            So you are supporting Globalism then. And you know that in the end you aren’t supporting diversity right? How can there be the vibrant, interesting, and fun, as you put it, differences between different groups of people in the first place if the entire planet is one standardized, generic culture? The Internationalism you speak of is very frightening because it is simply the bulldozing and crushing of nations.

          • sophia January 12, 2020 at 6:18 pm #


            Such silly, irrelevant arguments. It matters not that you like to be immersed in different cultures. The point is that nations cannot afford the huge influx, that it hurts the working class, both black and white, that we have not taken care of Americans’ medical needs and we have not gotten black people in decent shape. We are in no position to take on more. Let’s get black culture functioning again. A big impediment to that is immigration. Not fair!

      • SoftStarLight January 12, 2020 at 3:20 am #

        And you say that most immigrants coming to the US are not our enemies. Most immigrants coming here now have no interest in assimilating into Amercan culture. For most its just a matter of having access to take the resources and jobs of our country. A great deal of the waelth immigrants generate gets sent back to their home countries too. Immigration should be banned altogether and the Statue of Liberty taken down.

        • Cargill January 12, 2020 at 5:30 am #

          I assume you have some facts and data to back all those statements up? I expect 95% of immigrants | refugees just want some peace, sanctuary, a job, and an economic and education future for there kids.

          Just exactly the same as your migrant ancestors almost certainly did – whether they came here in 1940, 1840, or 1740.

          Most couldn’t care less about the politics or conflict back “home”, and are glad to be well clear of it. By the second generation, the kids are little Americans – like everyone else.

          • JohnAZ January 12, 2020 at 10:53 am #

            It would be true if the country was not approaching capacity, like the rest of the world. The last statistic I heard was 73% of the illegals last year ended up on some sort of government support.

            The open jobs we hear about all the time are highly skilled and the immigrants do not fill the bill. All we are doing is bringing people to the cities to increase the urban problems that are already there. One of the great mysteries of the homeless problem in California is it looks like the incoming hordes are dislocating the folks already there. How can this be?

            Another interesting trend. Iowa is trending towards Bernie in the caucus polls. How can a conservative bunch of farmers support a socialist? Maybe because they are outnumbered by what is in the urban areas.

        • JohnAZ January 12, 2020 at 11:05 am #


          Only disagree with you on one point. We have professional and highly skilled jobs that are not being filled. As we bring in more and more unskilled people, the need for these skilled positions rises.

          Our liberally biased education system is increasingly turning out nincompoops instead of fully educated folks to fill these needs.

          So the US is going outside to find people to fill these jobs. The proof of this is the Doctor trade where the entry level family folks and hospitality ranks are increasingly foreign born.

          Another irony. The nincompoops come out of high school or college without marketable skills. Great! Not only that, they have been indoctrinated that they are too good to be doing menial labor jobs. So guess who keeps coming to fill those menial jobs. With full liberal approval.

          • SoftStarLight January 12, 2020 at 12:55 pm #

            That is one of the biggest most dire issues that we face but the attention it gets is not enough and that is the black hole that is our whole system of education. Today schools don’t prepare kids for a productive future per se. Rather it seems that the schools have taken on the role of political indoctrination camps and social engineering programs. That’s why kids today can tell you about all of the different genders that “exist” but they have no clue that our government has three branches. All of this has been intentional. The Elite cannot abide an educated and motivated population. They want cattle. That’s why they are committed to dumbing us down and stripping us of the last remnants of our heritage. And that’s why they are importing millions of replacements that they can easily control. That’s why the Elite and the Globalists need to be taken out of power.

          • sophia January 12, 2020 at 6:24 pm #

            John AZ,

            You’re perhaps talking about the H1b visa types. I don’t think it is true that Americans can’t fill them. And if it is, it is no solution to fill them with immigrants who will make finding a decent job only worse, You don’t think that the lower salaries the immigrants accept plays a part in spreading the meme that Americans are too stupid to fill them?

            But it is really the lower classes and also businesses like construction that are really hard hit by being outcompeted because the immigrant or illegal labor is cheaper.

    • tucsonspur January 13, 2020 at 4:16 am #

      Yes, forget Imelda Marcos, hail the real Philippino Queen, Michelle Malkin, Slayer of ‘crapweasels’.

  51. Pucker January 11, 2020 at 6:04 pm #

    1917 is a good movie.

    WW1 was a war of attrition. The Allies thought that since they had a larger reserve colonial population that the Germans would run out of young men first.

    • JohnAZ January 12, 2020 at 10:44 am #

      Saw it too. Great movie that showed the aftermath of that war very graphically.

      The elites, who stay behind the lines, have very distorted viewpoints on human life. Just squares on a map.

      WW2 had a similar situation. The 8th Air Force was sacrificed prior to Dday to get the Luftwaffe to attack them to knock out the Luftwaffe’s capability to wipe out the invasion. It worked. The statistics were grim. The bombers were clobbered in the bombing raids over Germany. More 8th Air Force guys were killed than Marines in the Pacific.

  52. Pucker January 11, 2020 at 6:42 pm #

    What is meant by the phrase “Expansion and Infiltration of Centralized Power” Jiquan Kuozhang Shentou?

    Why is it that I get the feeling that the Americans are too fat, slow, drugged out, whacked out on TV and porn, and too stupid to keep up?

  53. Pucker January 11, 2020 at 7:01 pm #

    In the 1970’s, college football teams had strong running attacks. Less emphasis on the quarterback.

    There were no transgenders in the society. No one even knew what a transgender was. It was only when college football teams placed primacy on the passing game that transgenders came to the fore. It is unclear if there is a cause-and-effect relationship between these 2 phenomena, or whether this is a Conspiracy Theory?

    • messianicdruid January 11, 2020 at 7:44 pm #

      When you are talking to yourself, it must be Coincidence Theory.[ to breath together ]

    • Pucker January 11, 2020 at 7:49 pm #

      That interesting bloke who writes the excellent Fabius Maximus blog has a new article in which he posits that the “Birth Control Pill” basically functions by hormonally tricking the female body into thinking that it’s pregnant so that the woman’s ovary does not release an egg as usual. Is this true? (Don’t be Fuck’n with me now!).

      The author of the article then suggests that since many women are in a constant artificially induced state of pregnancy that this mentally influences and fucks up their choices in men.

      Any thoughts?

      It probably also affects women’s voting and other decisions? Do you remember the character “Skylar” in the TV series “Breaking Bad”?

      • elysianfield January 11, 2020 at 10:01 pm #

        “The author of the article then suggests that since many women are in a constant artificially induced state of pregnancy that this mentally influences and fucks up their choices in men. ”

        Well, the article might have merit if you can show that women had better judgment regarding men BEFORE the advent of the pill.

        • Pucker January 11, 2020 at 11:33 pm #

          Do you remember Alexander the Great’s “Mom”? She literally slept in a bed with snakes. True story….

          She conspired with her son, Alexander the Great, to kill her husband and Alexander the Great’s dad, Philip of Macedon, when Philip started poking that other chick who they feared might give birth to a competitor son.

          The Elite’s are Weird. They always have been Weird….

      • sophia January 12, 2020 at 6:29 pm #

        It is plausible. You are your hormones! I have heard that, too. They don’t necessarily pick worse men, but men they aren’t really turned on to because it is when women are ovulating that they pick different men.

  54. Pucker January 11, 2020 at 7:17 pm #

    There’s an old photo of Trump with his arms around his latest wife and Ghislaine Maxwell. Jiz-Lane Maxwell is wearing a Snow White wig. Why is Ghislaine Maxwell wearing a Snow White wig? Does she think that it makes her look inconspicuous? Trump’s wife has a very nice rack! Trump has his arms around both of ‘em. Holy Shit Balls!

    And why isn’t there an Arrest Warrant out for Ghislaine Maxwell? She’s just as culpable as Jeffrey Epstein. Everyone pretends like just because Epstein allegedly killed himself that the case is closed. Just because one bank robber is killed doesn’t mean that the rest of the gang walks. And where-the-Hell is Epstein’s body? We had this dodgy autopsy, but Epstein’s body is missing. My guess is that Epstein walked out of the Manhattan Correctional Center, which would explain why all of the prison video tapes are missing.

    Our Elites are at least as Weird as any Elites during any period of History.

  55. Pucker January 11, 2020 at 9:42 pm #

    Is Elizabeth Warren a “Skank”?

    Is Nancy Pelosi a “Skank”?

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    • Pucker January 12, 2020 at 12:38 am #

      “Mirror Mirror on the Wall who’s the Skankiest of them all?”

  56. toktomi January 11, 2020 at 9:58 pm #

    okay, so, if you lose electrical power on Monday morning, don’t call me.
    and don’t bother to call your bank.


    • SoftStarLight January 12, 2020 at 2:45 am #

      Ok, so you are saying an EMP for sure is not happening on Monday morning then?

  57. Pucker January 11, 2020 at 11:40 pm #

    When is the Bollywood “Golden Globe” awards?

  58. Majella January 12, 2020 at 3:09 am #


    I just came across this series of videos relating to Louisiana and its deplorable 50th ranking in the Best States Rankings.

    Are you aware of the amount of property tax exemptions that are given to industry? It’s utterly shocking…


    • Pucker January 12, 2020 at 3:47 am #

      There are a lot of Bull Queers in the Louisiana prison system. Kevin Bacon plays a New Orleans, Louisiana Deep State homosexual in Oliver Stone’s “JFK”.

    • SoftStarLight January 12, 2020 at 4:00 am #

      Yes, this has actually become a major issue here over the past few years. Exxon has threatened to close its refinery in Baton Rouge but I really doubt they will. They would just go to Texas anyway. Plus the ports here are better for them to get their product distributed. When the rebalancing comes Louisiana will be one of the wealthiest places in the world. If fossil fuels are used for anything I should say. Though now they are starting to do lots of wind power and solar too.

      • Majella January 12, 2020 at 8:12 am #

        Re Exxon: yes. The comparison with Baytown, TX refinery is telling.

        • JohnAZ January 12, 2020 at 11:17 am #

          That is the extortion the Boards in NY have been using since WW2. Letting locales compete against each other for manufacturing and supportive service jobs. A good argument can be made that the demographic changes in the country are shaped by this competition as the corporations tend to locate in urban areas. This trend has worsened lately as the competition has driven the corporations to get bids from overseas and the loss of jobs in the 21st century has been significant enough to swing elections.

      • JohnAZ January 12, 2020 at 11:24 am #

        A hidden fact is that as wind and solar power have increased, so has fossil fuels. We are producing more now than ever. The real situation is we need more and more energy of all types, including oil. That is why our no.1 problem of the future is not energy conversion, it is what we do when we use up affordable fossil fuels.

        Hint: Affordable in today’s mind is different than in the future’s mind. We HAVE to have energy, or we die. Every effort will continue to be used to develop petroleum mining. No matter what the cost, until it is gone. It will be very cold and dark after that.

        200 -300 dollars a barrel, how does that sound?

        • SoftStarLight January 12, 2020 at 12:41 pm #

          Yep and not only that John but just think of nuclear energy. Even if a big expansion of nuclear energy doesn’t happen, what’s going to happen with all the waste that exists now and that will exist in the future? Isn’t it already a huge environmental problem?

          • JohnAZ January 12, 2020 at 3:04 pm #

            Yep! They need to design a huge rocket and send the junk into space in a solar orbit.

            Nuclear’s second big problem is that everything Man touches does NOT have 100% reliability. All the checks in the would, the tightest security and quality control eventually breaks down

            AND I do not trust our corrupt Deep State government to supervise any form of nuclear energy construction. They will get bought off by shoddy contractors or sell the fuel to Russia, you name it. The China Syndrome is too monstrous to put in the hands of the creeps in DC.

          • SoftStarLight January 12, 2020 at 4:09 pm #

            If it enriches and empowers them while we suffer they will do it. And I am not a cynic but when it comes to them I am most cynical I admit.

  59. stelmosfire January 12, 2020 at 8:25 am #

    So I might be prejudiced, But we don’t need no steenkin’ shorties for President. Mikey is worth about a billion an inch. He can take his anti-gun rhetoric and stick it.
    Sorry short folks. At the fire house we called them pygmies. I was a ladder man. We used to send our pygmies in the doggie doors to help get Grannie off the floor.

    • SoftStarLight January 12, 2020 at 12:37 pm #

      Hmmmm, I hadn’t really thought of his pygmy stature before, but I do know that he wants to bring in the entire Third World into the US if at all possible. He is also a big believer in replacing Americans with foreigners in the workplace. And just generally he is a dedicated Globalist.

    • BackRowHeckler January 12, 2020 at 2:25 pm #

      Mayor Bloomberg is big where it counts: his checkbook. Does anybody else find it ironic that a serious Dem candidate is a billionaire, after they spent so much time and energy trashing billionaires?

      SSL big game tomorrow nite LSU-Clemson, in New Orleans!


      • SoftStarLight January 12, 2020 at 4:04 pm #

        I know! They are such chameleons. Really its whatever works at the moment and the current setup is of, for, and by the billionaires so that’s the table their at. Kinda pathetic really lol. So yeah about that game, can you believe it!? LSU has never been to a bowl game before so if they when I expect pandemonium lol!

        • SoftStarLight January 12, 2020 at 4:05 pm #


          • SoftStarLight January 12, 2020 at 4:24 pm #

            And I didn’t mean bowl game either lol! I’m not that into the football world. What I should have said is they are on such a high right now. They haven’t lost a game this season and they have made it to the National Championship so yeah its a big deal.

  60. BackRowHeckler January 12, 2020 at 11:39 am #


    Bernie Sandals is moving up in Iowa, poised to pull ahead. I hope he gets the nomination, and I almost hope he wins in November. Itll be fun watching him try to impliment his half assed neo Marxist economic and energy initiatives, and the ensuing disasters that result. He’ll have to shoehorn those initiatives in against a sceptical Congress and a US constitution and Bill of Rights.

    Its gonna be tough for an 80 year old with a bad heart campaigning in 95°F heat in Texas in July. If he collapses at the podium from heat stroke, and has to be revived with smelling salts, it won’t help his chances. That’s when the young AOC will step up!

    It’s a Revolution!!!

    Go Bernie!

    Sandals/AOC 2020!!!

    How do you like it now, Gentlemen?


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    • SoftStarLight January 12, 2020 at 12:32 pm #

      And better yet, what will you do when they come knocking to collect all of your guns?

  61. BackRowHeckler January 12, 2020 at 2:20 pm #


    Senator Sanders has a pretty good record on 2nd amendment issues. Obviously I like to have a little fun with candidacy, but he has a Libertarian streak in him, and as a Senator and Congressman representing Vt, he proved to be what I call a practical politician, not letting his ideology preventing getting things done.


    • JohnAZ January 12, 2020 at 2:56 pm #

      Speaking of Vermont, Dems in the Vermont legislature are trying to drum up support for a bill to outlaw cell phones for people under 21.

      Think that might make a stink?

    • SoftStarLight January 12, 2020 at 3:57 pm #

      From what I have read it seems like he has a mixed record on gun control issues. He has made conflicting statements too. He is also bigly into open borders and increasing immigration and refugee resettlement. Most Libertarians are Globalists by default because they don’t believe in borders. To them that is limiting and restricting.

      • Majella January 12, 2020 at 6:43 pm #

        “bigly”…it’s really NOT a word, you know.

        • SoftStarLight January 13, 2020 at 1:17 am #

          Maybe not officially but you never know since English is still a living language, maybe one day it will be a word. But in the meantime. I apologize for my careless words and bad behavior….

          • Nightowl January 13, 2020 at 6:09 am #

            Don’t get me started on people who got “ginormous” added to Webster’s.

    • malthuss January 12, 2020 at 4:55 pm #

      Are all the murders in Vt done by Blacks?

      • BackRowHeckler January 12, 2020 at 5:52 pm #


        Not many murders in Vt.

        You don’t see a lot of black people, walked around the Capitol (Montpelier) one day a few years ago visiting bookstores, can’t remember seeing any.

        Reason being I think there wasn’t much heavy industry in Vermont to attract migrants from the south looking for work. There was a machine tool base in Springfield and Windsor but it had faded out by the 1920s.

        Lot of hippies went up there in the 60s from Brooklyn, the Bronx, Boston and North Hampton — Howard Deane and Bernie Sanders being two — and these newcomers altered the politics of the state. No longer was it dominated by flinty Yankee Republican Vermont natives.


        • malthuss January 12, 2020 at 7:25 pm #

          at paul kerseys /unz page I think they might have facts.

          4 murders in a year?

      • BackRowHeckler January 12, 2020 at 6:04 pm #

        Ok, in 2018, in Vt , for the whole year there were 16 murders, and more than half of those were domestic situations.

        The irony is that the State of Vermont has the loosest gun laws in the United States, after alaska.


      • BackRowHeckler January 12, 2020 at 6:20 pm #


        Here’s a story that shows what Vermont is like.

        My wife and I went into the Capitol building just to check it out. The dome is not gold flaked like in Ct, but painted green. It’s really a beautiful building. We walked around, had lunch, checked out the Senate chambers, went up another floor to where the offices were. Suddenly a door opened and this distinguished looking guy walked out, said hello, asked if he could help us. It was the Governor, Governor Scott! We told him we were just visiting, he asked where we were from, if we liked what we’ve seen so far etc. Then he wished us a good day. That’s how it is there, a cool vibe all around.


        • KesaAnna January 12, 2020 at 7:25 pm #

          But secession is a dirty word .

          Even though , time was , there were more secessionists in Vermont , New Hampshire , and Maine , than in South Carolina , Mississippi , or Alabama.

        • SoftStarLight January 13, 2020 at 1:32 am #

          It sounds like a really nice place Brh. It’s too bad that Governor Scott wants to continue settling refugees there. He is one of the GOP governors that is wanting to increase the scope of resettlement too. He says its another tool to bring in skilled workers and that refugees bring countless contributions to the community. Just imagine if our governors were this excited in investing in American childrens’ education so that they were skilled workers.


  62. Pucker January 12, 2020 at 6:08 pm #

    I’m glad that I won’t be around.

    Technology Is a Massive Threat to Humanity


    • SoftStarLight January 13, 2020 at 1:47 am #

      The Darkness is within us. We can’t escape that reality. So we use our tools for good and for bad. As it is, so it has always been. The technology is neutral. It can be either or. It’s us. Fallen human nature is the massive threat to humanity IMO.

  63. KesaAnna January 12, 2020 at 7:11 pm #

    ” To the extent the Vatican is still Catholic, it has little power. ”

    Perhaps it is time to let the secular humanists obsess over who gets to eat at Golden Corral , instead of at Burger King , for all the good that has done them or us ?

    Maybe their lust for power just demonstrates they are fucking idiots ?

    ” To the extent (overwhelming) it has been infiltrated by the Masons, Satanists, Jews, and Homosexuals – it has great power. In other words, their power, the power of the coalition of alien elements. ”

    My guess would be that comes under the umbrella term , “Clusterfuck ” , like in the title .

    I don’t suppose JHK is Catholic though.

    While the end of cheap oil , and climate change , and scientism run amok , apply to the whole world ,

    my guess would be his , “Clusterfuck ” applies primarily , in his case, ….. to his own beloved United States .

    He’s not primarily talking about Columbia or North Korea , or even your Commonwealth buddies ?

    ” Latin American Liberation Theology has born strange fruit. ”

    Politics makes strange bedfellows , perennially.

    In this case I think that what is perhaps far more important , for example , than this idiotic clap – trap about the doctrine excusing homosexuality ,

    is the fact that Europe and North America have become mission territory.

    YOUR kind aren’t filling the pews , YOUR kind aren’t tithing , YOUR kind do anything but submit to the discipline of obedience. YOUR kind do little but complain about everything.

    What the fuck is the Church supposed to do about all of that ?

    I think that is really more YOUR problem and YOUR fault.

    It is , after all , YOUR household.

    ” The Coalition seems to have a scheme to use Ecology and Amazonian/Incan occultism is to creat a New World Religion out of the ashes of what was once the Faith . ”

    So now queers and neo – pagans know better and are more estimable than Christ ?

    We survived the Gnostics , the Borgia Popes , a French exile , and the blatant betrayal of the Templar knights . And I suspect those calamities were much , much worse.

    The folks who make license plates and issue fishing licenses can play all sorts of funny games with authority. But Christianity cannot.

    There is no getting around the fact that Jesus Christ founded this Church. You cannot just go elsewhere.

    Or am I just talking to a John Calvin , Brigham Young , or Jim Jones Protestant ?

    By the way , who would get my vote for best Pope of the 20th century ? The one they won’t canonize ; Pius XII.

    Nazis and Fascists on one side , Bolsheviks on the other side , and the American cavalry ( who , by the way , were bankrolling both the Nazis and Bolsheviks. But let’s never mind that ! ) won’t deign to show up for 20 years.

    He did a phenomenal job , given the shit sandwich he had to work with.

    • Janos Skorenzy January 13, 2020 at 3:29 am #

      As B

    • Janos Skorenzy January 13, 2020 at 3:37 am #

      As Barnhardt says, even the apostate Popes of the past didn’t preach Occultism, Satanism, or Indifferentism. Something prevented them – either the prevailing ethos and their Brother Bishops – or the power of Christ in the blessing given to the Church. Without discounting the former, Barnhardt says it is the latter. Hers is a mystical Legalism – far beyond anything I have ever considered or come across. But she says it IS the Teaching from all Ages. She may be right. The people who taught me weren’t as serious as she is – almost on one is now.

      So the real Pope is Benedict, as horrible as he was he didn’t corrupt the way this one does. Or none at all – the Sedevacant position. I don’t know, but Barhnarhdt’s position is glorious, and one that would support your Orthodoxy. Nothing else will, quite frankly.

      Pius the 12th – good choice. A saintly man slandered by the Dark Powers of this World. “Hitler’s Pope” according to the Tribe, despite his encyclicals against National Socialism. What dreck.

      • malthuss January 13, 2020 at 8:28 am #

        I will pass on the RCC.
        Are the Popes Free Masons?

  64. WayfaringStranger January 13, 2020 at 12:29 pm #

    Brilliant post.


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