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And so, with the midterm election in the rearview mirror, behold the rush into the next phase of Civil War 2. The Golden Golem of Greatness (aka, President Trump) finally requested the resignation of the feckless Attorney General, Mr. Sessions — a fine point as we shall see. The New York Times, of course, played it as an opportunity to litigate the constitution in their headline the day after:

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Notice that in the headline and the lede The Times is trying to establish the legalistic meme that Sessions was fired rather than resigned, hoping to trigger an obscure DOJ rule that a fired AG cannot be replaced by a temporary appointment. (Well, Mr. Sessions did sign a letter of resignation stating that…uh… he resigned.) At the same time, The Times tries to establish that the incoming Acting AG, Matthew G. Whitaker, is too biased to serve, setting the table for a constitutional food fight.

Of course The New York Times is no longer a newspaper in the traditional sense, but an advocacy and propaganda arm of the Democratic Party. They’re pushing this desperate gambit because it’s clear that Mr. Trump is taking the gloves off now in this long-running battle. What’s at stake is whether the DOJ will prosecute the actual and obvious collusion that occurred during and after the 2016 election — namely, the misconduct of the highest DOJ and FBI officials in collusion with the Hillary Clinton campaign to cook up the bogus Russia-gate case, and the subsequent scramble to cover up their activities when Mrs. Clinton lost the election and they realized the evidence trail of this felonious activity would not be shoved down the memory hole by Clinton appointees.

The result has been two years with no evidence of Trump-Russia collusion and two years of DOJ / FBI stonewalling over the release of pertinent documents in the matter. There is already an established and certified evidence trail indicating that James Comey, Andrew McCabe, Peter Strzok, Bruce and Nellie Ohr, Lisa Page, and others (including former CIA Director John Brennan and former DNI James Clapper) acted illegally in politicizing their offices. Some of these figures have been subject to criminal referrals by the DOJ Inspector General, Mr. Horowitz. Some of them are liable to further criminal investigation Many of them have been singing to grand juries out of the news spotlight.

Whether Mr. Whitaker remains in his new role, or is replaced soon by a permanent AG confirmed by the Senate, the momentum has clearly shifted. The Democrats, and especially the forces still aligned with Hillary, are running scared all of a sudden. Thus, all the bluster coming from party hacks such as Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D-NY 10th Dist), and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY). Mr. Nadler takes the gavel of the House Judiciary Committee in January and is promising a three-ring circus of investigations when he does. If the House moves to a quixotic impeachment effort, they will find that to be a dangerous two-way street, since Mr. Trump’s legal team can also introduce testimony in his defense that will embarrass and incriminate the Democrats. Anyway, the Senate is extremely unlikely to convict Mr. Trump in a trial.

Mr. Mueller is said to be writing his final report on Russia-gate. One might adduce that he did not turn up anything significant, since, if he had discovered treasonous collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia, it would have merited public action by now. You can’t uncover something like that and not act on it for more than a year. More mysterious, though, is whether Mr. Mueller even bothered to look into the well-documented misdeeds of the officials citied above. How could he not? If he failed to do so, would he not appear to be himself involved in the cover-up of their activities? The Inspector General‘s report would be sufficient to alert him.

There is a lot to get to the bottom of in all this: the mis-use of FISA court warrants, the outsourcing of US intel activities to Britain’s MI6 intel agency to spy on US citizens, the role of Hillary Clinton and her campaign with FBI and DOJ officials in providing so-called opposition research used to provoke spying operations on Mr. Trump and his associates, and to confound the performance of his duties in office. And much more.

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670 Responses to “Postmortem”

  1. tucsonspur November 8, 2018 at 10:01 pm #

    Right on track as usual, Jim. Wouldn’t it be great if Mueller did come up with something substantial against Strzok, Page and the Ohrs, etc., surprising us by giving at least some measure of fairness and impartiality to the so called investigation.

    As lame an excuse as it might be, I guess he could just say that it wasn’t under the ‘scope’ of the Russia inquiry, dismissing his previous wanderings. Who knows, but I think it’s possible that Hillary just might have him in her handbag.

    Will it be the Deal of the century, or the battle of the century?

    • tucsonspur November 8, 2018 at 10:06 pm #

      Wow, I think I’ll bookend this blog, do the autopsy at the end!

      Thanks, great stuff Jim.

      • gonetohell November 9, 2018 at 8:07 pm #

        Great stuff? He sounds like every other Faux News zombie waiting for his next instruction. If he’s worried about the fate of this nation he should be concerned with a president with dubious ties to oligarchs and foreign financial institutions. Whose interest does Trump have in mind, that of the nation or the financial benefit of himself and immediate family? Trump is a man with no moral code. A man claiming to be self made that is anything but. Kunstler shows himself to be a very small man in coming to the defense of Donald Trump.

        • tucsonspur November 10, 2018 at 4:26 pm #

          Trump is flawed, like all of us. You don’t mention the dubious ties of the Clinton’s or Obama. Neither of them come close to matching Trump’s concern for what’s happening to the nation.

          How could they.They wanted it to happen, enabled it, supported it. Open borders, suffocating political correctness, sanctuary cities, diversity at the expense of unity, uncontrolled immigration, etc.

          And Mr. Kunstler has often expressed his reservations about the Golden Gladiator of Gotham. Escape from that pit of fire.

        • EvelynV November 12, 2018 at 8:20 am #


          tucsonspur is like a thousand others in the clacking cabal of colluders who think bringing up other people somehow dismisses the fact we have a probable sociopath in the Whitehouse who is a menace to the planet and it is happening in the now.

          tuc is saying it’s OK ggg is a POS because once upon a time there were some other people he didn’t like.

          Apparently JHK responds very well to dog whistles himself. A major disappointment to witness his deterioration.

    • hmuller November 8, 2018 at 10:11 pm #

      Now there’s the rub. The Russian dossier created by Hillary’s minions is not relevant to the Mueller investigation into Russian election involvement. But Paul Manafort’s long ago tax returns somehow are? Maybe Janet can explain it; she’s so good at shedding light on the subject. LOL

    • EvelynV November 9, 2018 at 6:57 pm #

      Please forgive me but I haven’t kept very good track…

      I know I’ve come to the right placer for answers.

      Of all the mass shootings in the last decade or so whose winning the contest? Were more committed by the superior white folks or one of the inferior races?

      • zizzybalooba November 10, 2018 at 4:18 pm #

        I’m sure you’re perfectly capable of doing this research. Perhaps you should start with the city of Chicago?

      • Anon1970 November 11, 2018 at 12:21 pm #

        You can see a timeline of US mass shootings since 2000 here:

        Judging by the names of the killers, my guess is that most of them have been white. But the real carnage seems to take place in random street killings or local crimes of opportunity in the nation’s inner cities that don’t get much publicity outside their TV marketing area. Most of us now know about the synagogue mass shooting in Pittsburgh that took place recently. But few outside the Pittsburgh area are aware that a Jewish doctor and her younger sister were murdered in Pittsburgh over four years before that by their black next door neighbor. Read here: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/crime/murdered-pittsburgh-sisters-killed-door-neighbor-cops-article-1.1713643

        So far in 2018, there have been 509 homicides reported in Chicago by the web site heyjackass.com. Most of them have involved shootings in heavily black neighborhoods with most of the victims being black. Only 4 of the homicides involved police shootings. None of the 509 homicides were part of mass shootings. Shootings by blacks of other blacks in the US are not considered newsworthy.

  2. hmuller November 8, 2018 at 10:06 pm #

    And now we await the unusual suspects to tell JHK that he’s gone daft and stupid and become a Republican shill. Although they can’t dispute the facts, they release the SJW primal scream anyway.

  3. Walter B November 8, 2018 at 10:07 pm #

    Pretty risky Jim even mentioning the name of the Queen of Darkness, Hillary Rodham Clinton for when she shows up at the bottom of this blog as she always does, she will be fired up and out for Whitey Heads on sharpened stakes along with her feckless minions. Actually, I think it is a grand idea to keep the fire burning under the abuses of the last administration and its rabid bitch, HRC for this is one of the greatest evils ever perpetrated upon the nation. Why won’t she just slink off into the darkness and STFU? Well I suppose the answer is because true evil never dies, and many a brave and stout knight has met his end fighting the Beast. We haven’t forgotten you Vince Foster, one day, with any good fortune perhaps your murderess will be brought to justice or at least dragged kicking and screaming before a Higher Authority for payment due.

    Jim, I feel your pain when it comes to the democratic party even though the dimwitted newbies out there haven’t a clue. Why just this past Tuesday, New Jersey idiots once again voted back to DC, our very own 25 indictment, grand vizier of kickbacks, Bob Menendez. It was such an embarrassment that the party could not find a more decent choice. Why, WHY can we not find a candidate that does not stink to high heaven democrats? Why am I looked at like I have the plague when I remind people around me of Jack and Robert Kennedy?

    Nope Jim, whatever disease has infested the craniums of those at the top (of either party) it has eliminated any possibility of ever seeing a future candidate with any value. I really hope and pray that this “Russian” investigation can be successfully turned about and fired right up the collective bung holes of those thieving, murdering scum whose names I will not further mention.

    • hmuller November 8, 2018 at 10:17 pm #

      Even before Tony Soprano, New Jersey was known for political crime and corruption. Much like my lovely state of Illinois which must always maintain at least two ex-governor suites in its prision system.

      • tucsonspur November 8, 2018 at 10:27 pm #

        Is Blagojevich still in one? Did he get pardoned or commuted?

        • hmuller November 8, 2018 at 10:40 pm #

          Blagojevich is locked up until at least 2024 (with good behavior), but Trump has talked about commuting his sentence to time served. Then again, Trump talks about a lot of things.

          Former Governor George Ryan was in the pokey from NOV 2007 to JULY 2013.

          Four of the last seven Illinois governors went to prison.

        • hmuller November 8, 2018 at 11:19 pm #

          Janet, have you ever considered turning that keen mind of yours to focus upon the activities of one Hillary Rodham Clinton. If not, why not?

      • Walter B November 8, 2018 at 11:09 pm #

        Yes hmuller, New Jersey and Illinois should move in together and consummate the perfect match that they would be. I know that I have written of this before, but there has been progress to report on the subject, at least on the NJ end. The Federal Reserve of Illinois was pushing the state to pass a 1% property tax across your state to be collected directly by Springfield. New Jersey saps, I mean voters, just fell for a question designed to give Trenton that exact power (to collect property taxes directly) phrased in a public question to “protect the children” by instituting additional taxes supposedly earmarked for this purpose, but that open the door for direct taxation by Trenton. I really feel sorry for those who vote on these things, they are clearly in over their heads. They don’t stand a chance.

        • libertysghost November 9, 2018 at 11:45 am #

          An Illinoisan…albeit “southern”…I wallow in disdain and frustration knowing every election of state or federal level significance only proves once again the high collective corruption level of the heirs to Lincoln is as impossible to calculate as our state pension debt.
          Myself…I’m no martyr. That designation is always overrated. I’ll skip town eventually leaving what suckers might be left holding the bag of shit they frothed over creating to gift themselves.

          The Southern third gets more “red” by the day. As the canary of a University in this region dies slowly in these coal mine lands here, revealing the disaster awaiting broad swaths of “higher educational institutions” meeting similar fates in the decades to come, that left votes base dissolves along with it. No tears shed here by a witness on the inside.

          I won’t be surprised if SO IL isn’t an early member of a class of regions attempting dissolution…and membership and shelter in other states around this country. I plan moving south…so south the “America” there has a different name and language actually. The 403B should be enough to live ok there. I couldn’t accept the mirage pension offer…even if it was still paying by then, I would have to chain down children to make them stay here to support that grand ponzi theft scheme. No thanks…I appreciate my reflection in the mirror every morning.

    • aibohphobia November 9, 2018 at 3:32 pm #

      @Walter, Jim will be OK so long as he doesn’t use her real name,

      • aibohphobia November 9, 2018 at 3:32 pm #

        Uh oh….

  4. janet November 8, 2018 at 11:10 pm #

    Curious that Jim did not mention that Whitaker, the guy Trump appointed, is himself associated with criminal activity. Whitaker, Trump’s acting US attorney general, was on the advisory board of a Florida company that was shut down by the Federal Trade Commission and served with a $26 million judgment earlier this year for what court documents called “a scam that has bilked thousands of consumers out of millions of dollars.”

    Then again, Trump is the Bilker-in-Chief, who has shafted carpenters, electricians, dry wallers, iron workers, etc. and has been involved in 3,500 legal cases because he has scammed so many people with his fraudulent companies. I hope Trump does hard time, and not in an executive suite of a country club prison for CEOs.

    I am prepared to wait a couple weeks more for Mueller’s report before pronouncing Trump’s guilt or innocence of traitorous collusion with Russia. Mueller has more insight that we do.

    Any attempt to shut Mueller down will not succeed. Mueller has a plan B. Evidence files will get out in the case of any attempt to neutralize or silence Mueller.

    • hmuller November 8, 2018 at 11:21 pm #

      Janet, have you ever considered turning that keen mind of yours to focus upon the activities of one Hillary Rodham Clinton. If not, why not? Don’t you serve truth without favor or bias? LOL.

      • janet November 8, 2018 at 11:22 pm #

        Is she president? Has she been involved in 3,500 lawsuits for scamming people?

        • hmuller November 8, 2018 at 11:32 pm #

          Cheap and dishonest answer, and you know it. She’s been involved in numerous murders, child trafficking for prostitution, misuse of charitable foundation funds, bribery, sedition, violating security regarding classified documents, and a few hundred other things.

          But please tell us you think she’s innocent of any crimes. I dare you to make yourself a discredited, laughing stock. Go ahead tell us you think she’s not guilty of any crimes. No tap dancing. Just an honest answer, Janet!

          • janet November 8, 2018 at 11:36 pm #

            She must be incredibly skillful to avoid prosecution for your laundry list of crimes. Why have you not pursued prosecution? I assume you do have concrete proof? Why has Trump not pursued prosecution? He did promise to lock her up. Another Trump promise broken.

          • hmuller November 8, 2018 at 11:39 pm #

            Who do you think I am that I can prosecute Hillary Clinton, Janet?

            So you are saying she is innocent of any crimes in your opinion.OR was that just more tap dancing I heard.

          • ccm989 November 9, 2018 at 9:12 am #

            Please explain how is it that Hillary Clinton is GUILTY of all these crimes despite already having been investigated umpteenth times (Benghazi) but Brett Kavanaugh should be considered innocent as a new born babe but neither he nor Dr. Ford were interviewed by the FBI. Seems to me that the GOP is trying to have it both ways.

          • hmuller November 9, 2018 at 9:32 am #

            Oh ccm, get over it, give it a rest! Kavanaugh is over. You may believe Ford, but she offered nothing resembling real evidence.

            If you want to go on record as saying Hillary is not guilty of any crimes, please do so now. Otherwise, take your tap dancing back to the studio.

          • finuch November 9, 2018 at 9:40 am #

            I like what Janet has to say. Leave Janet alone …

          • snarkmatic9000 November 9, 2018 at 11:23 am #

            Murders, trafficking, &c &c?

            You are a delusional idiot, and just one more reason to no longer financially support this blog, have been taken over by fools. Mencken was surely right.

          • Exscotticus November 9, 2018 at 5:16 pm #

            >>> Please explain how is it that Hillary Clinton is GUILTY of all these crimes despite already having been investigated umpteenth times (Benghazi)

            Hillary was never investigated for Benghazi. I don’t mean the public political show trials that are Congressional investigations; I mean an FBI and AG investigation.

            Obama was Prez at the time; he wasn’t going to direct his AG to investigate one of his own!

            In any case, what does Benghazi have to do with her multiple email fiascos or the Steele dossier? There’s so much shit on Hillary—where to start?!

          • Majella November 11, 2018 at 4:24 pm #

            “I dare you to make yourself a discredited, laughing stock.”. You’re pretty fucking good at it yourself, you deluded conspiracist nutjob.

            JHK has always stated he is ‘allergic’ to conspiracies…but clearly no longer….must have built up a natural resistance.

            What has happened to this blog? Oh…in the age of Trump, it cannot help but become a reflection of the unprecedented division that has infected the Disunited States.

        • malthuss November 9, 2018 at 10:08 am #

          150 dead people, in their wake.

          • SoftStarLight November 9, 2018 at 12:06 pm #

            And I bet the body count will continue to rise……

    • janet November 8, 2018 at 11:22 pm #

      Whitaker is a bully who exhibits threatening behaviour, just like Trump. Whitaker was so involved in the fraudulent company, World Patent Marketing, he sent a threatening email to a disgruntled customer, which was filed in the case by the FTC. In it, Whitaker accuses a customer of “blackmail or extortion” because the customer had threatened to complain to the Better Business Bureau.

      “I am a former United States Attorney for the Southern District of Iowa,” the email says. “I am assuming you understand that there could be serious civil and criminal consequences for you” if the customer filed a complaint, Whitaker wrote, adding, “Understand that we take threats like this quite seriously.”

      The customer responded that Whitaker was “party (to) a scam.”
      Whitaker, through the Justice Department, declined to comment.

      The FTC said customers who had paid thousands of dollars to World Patent Marketing to market their inventions received nothing in return after months or even years of paying the company. An FTC press release said that after working with World Patent Marketing, “many customers ended up in debt or lost their life savings with nothing to show for it.”

      • hmuller November 8, 2018 at 11:34 pm #

        Whitaker is a bully? Does he deliver karate chops on the arms of female interns like CNN’s Acosta the accoster does?

        • seawolf77 November 9, 2018 at 10:56 am #

          Remember the movie “Anger Management,” when the Adam Sandler character touches the flight attendant on the arm and she shows up in court with the arm in a sling. That’s what you idiots sound like. Keep pushing that meme. We know you’re full of shit.

          • hmuller November 9, 2018 at 11:05 am #

            Spoken like a true woman beater. May the #MeToo crowd descend upon you like a Soros paid mob of Antifa attacked Tucker Carlson’s house. You people have tossed out civility and embraced the Luciferian hate of your leaders.

          • seawolf77 November 9, 2018 at 11:16 am #

            And you people have made a mountain out of a mole hill, like you do all the time with your penises.

          • hmuller November 9, 2018 at 12:19 pm #

            If you’re implying that despite your best efforts, you can only make a mole hill out of a mole hill — you have my condolences.

        • EvelynV November 11, 2018 at 10:58 am #

          hmuller, the specialist in “weak” hits one out of the park with one of the lamest weakest retorts of all time, revealing not only his gullibility but utter ignorance of the rules of logic.


        • Majella November 11, 2018 at 7:44 pm #

          Jeeeeezus!!!! Snowflake much? When a reporter is BODY SLAMMED by a Trumpanzee, your loathsome president BRAGGED about it, on his behalf! You’re all such hypocritical fools.

  5. janet November 8, 2018 at 11:40 pm #

    A karate chop is not bullying. It is criminal physical assault. If it had happened someone would have pressed legal charges against Acosta, but no one has, because a karate chop did not happen.

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    • hmuller November 8, 2018 at 11:46 pm #

      Review the slow motion film footage, but not on CNN (they edited the tape). I saw a karate chop, I saw contact.

      Your claim that “nothing happened if no charges were filed” is a principle you clearly don’t follow when it involves sexual misconduct allegations from many decades past. Be consistent Janet.

      • janet November 8, 2018 at 11:51 pm #

        What proof do you have CNN edited the tape? Several tapes show there were no “karate chops.” If you saw a slow motion tape with karate chops it was a doctored tape, fake, for gullible people like you who apparently do not know the meaning of corroborated evidence.

        • hmuller November 8, 2018 at 11:57 pm #

          Now you’re just falling apart into a screeching, paranoid hysteric, Janet. We always figured you were on “a thin edge”. But I’ll let others testify as to what they saw, such as EvelynV below (certainly no fan of mine).

      • janet November 9, 2018 at 12:03 am #

        InfoWars edited the tape and provided it to Sarah Sanders. The video InfoWars posted was not raw footage or even a clip taken directly from a network. Instead, Paul Joseph Watson, an editor-at-large for InfoWars, admitted he had downloaded a GIF, edited it, and exported the final product as a video.

        A GIF is a media file that compresses video by removing a significant number of frames from it. It allows individuals to show moving images without uploading large files.

        It’s possible that the processes and technology involved in creating a GIF, downloading that GIF, editing it as a video and re-uploading it could have created the discrepancy between what the video Sanders posted shows and what the original video from the press conference clearly showed.

        • hmuller November 9, 2018 at 12:18 am #

          Sounds like a whole lot of conspiracy theory to me.

          • ccm989 November 9, 2018 at 9:15 am #

            Janet, it sounds like a rock solid explanation on how GIFs work. Thank you for that! Hmuller, throwing shade on facts is pretty lame. Even worse is that the White House is now the generator of Fake News — which is took directly from InfoWars — which should embarrass anyone who calls themselves an American.

          • hmuller November 9, 2018 at 9:44 am #

            CNN, MSNBC, and the whole globalist corporate owned media embarrass me. But you keep slavishly believing all the fake news they feed you. Go ahead, you deserve it.

            Sidenote: did you listen to what Acosta said at the news conference? He was debating the President on the definition of “invasion”. Even if Acosta was correct (he wasn’t), a reporter’s job is to ask questions, not engage in a debate.

            Please engage in one moment of honesty and admit Acosta’s role was to make Trump look bad in any way he could. That is the MSM’s mission (along with removing Trump from office) Just admit it and quit pretending they are some noble search for truth.

          • hmuller November 9, 2018 at 12:30 pm #

            ccm, How GIFs work is one issue. Whether the video in question was fraudulently altered is another. Janet says Info Wars altered the video and her supporters call that “corroborated evidence”. Based on what? Because she says so.

            Meanwhile, everything I say is summarily dismissed. I’m not angry, actually it’s amusing to see how intelligent people are so oblivious to their own biases.

        • shabbaranks November 9, 2018 at 1:47 pm #

          “Janet” – What a bunch of conspiracy news. You’re delusional lady. Democrats are about to get pounded into the dirt. Buckle up lady.

      • Majella November 11, 2018 at 7:45 pm #

        No, mate. The doctored tape was your faux British buddy at Disinfo Wars.

  6. EvelynV November 8, 2018 at 11:46 pm #

    The defense for all the improper activity by prior regime is one that has been used in countless other ways, in this case as valid as any other –

    The possibility of Trump winning the White House was a National Security Risk.

    And has he *ever* supported that premise since taking over!

    • EvelynV November 8, 2018 at 11:47 pm #

      Not only that, on the FOX news tape it shows that he also kneed her in the crotch.

      • janet November 9, 2018 at 12:08 am #

        EvelynV, are you sure the FOX news tape does not show Acosta drawing a sword and attempting a beheading right there in front of Trump?

        What surprises me is that Trump stood there and passively watched as his intern was repeatedly karate chopped by Acosta, then she was kneed in the crotch by Acosta, and Trump did not even try to defend her from such a vicious attack by CNN?

        Get a grip, EvelynV, and recognize propaganda when you see or hear it.

        • hmuller November 9, 2018 at 12:12 am #

          You warning people of propaganda. That is priceless, Janet!

        • PeteAtomic November 9, 2018 at 9:04 am #

          “Get a grip, EvelynV, and recognize propaganda when you see or hear it.”



          Why would you write something that so transparently describes your posts on this blog? lol

  7. Walter B November 9, 2018 at 12:17 am #

    So people, let me spell it out for you, j=just, an=another, e=endless, t=tirade. Please do not talk to it, it only makes it act up more and in the end it never makes any sense, it only spews really pathetic bullshit. It got to JohnnyAZ, do not let it get you too!

    • PeteAtomic November 9, 2018 at 9:11 am #

      ha ha

      ole Mr. John seemed pretty up and down there, so, particularly if other people write opposing opinions on a website lol

      maybe get to a moderate emotional state, it helps 😉

    • cbeard November 10, 2018 at 8:31 am #

      I skip all of Janet’s posts. Same old BS every time.

  8. janet November 9, 2018 at 12:27 am #

    More to the point: Trump can be in legal trouble for his appointment of Whitaker without consulting the Senate. The Constitution, Article II, Section 2, Clause 2 leaves zero wiggle room for Whitaker.

    The Constitution specifies that “principal officers” must be appointed with the advice and consent of the Senate. In October 2016, Justice Clarence Thomas argued that even a temporary appointment of someone who was not confirmed by the Senate would violate the clause in the Constitution.

    “When you put someone in an acting capacity, that person doesn’t occupy an official office, so the appointments clause doesn’t apply in this case at all. It’s temporary.” — David Rivkin, a constitutional lawyer who has served in previous administrations

    The bottom line: Even John Yoo, a law professor at the University of California-Berkeley who helped the George W. Bush administration draft its expansive claims to executive power, says the Whitaker appointment may be out of line.

    “The Constitution says that principal officers must go through appointment with the advice and consent of the Senate. In Morrison v. Olson, the Supreme Court made clear that the Attorney General is a principal officer. Therefore, Whittaker cannot serve as acting Attorney General despite the Vacancies Act (which does provide for him to be acting AG) — the statute is unconstitutional when applied in this way.” — John Yoo in an email

    • Kafkaesque November 11, 2018 at 9:45 am #

      janet, we hardly knew ye……..so wise, erudite; bugger all these troglodytic critics.

      Even without my dusty old law degree you had me at ‘Hell No’.

      Seriously, JHK simply must get over his deep paranoia concerning subtle gender polemics………last time my jellied orbs looked the ‘whirled’s 75% persons of color/colorful persuasion.

      His dia-tribe’s paean is not deeply felt.
      PS: I’m somewhat sorry that his college tours have been cancelled owing to obdurate ……………..[YOUR TERM HERE FOR FREUDIAN ANGST] but sometimes a cigar’s just a cigar.

  9. tucsonspur November 9, 2018 at 12:33 am #

    Antifa was outside Tucker Carlson’s house, spray painting the driveway and banging on his door and chanting,

    “Tucker Carlson we will fight,
    We know where you sleep at night.”

    Intimidation and threats of violence. Publicized his address.

    And remember, “No border, no wall, no USA at all.”

    I hear that Trump is now saying that asylum seekers will only be accepted at points of entry. Asylum seekers have increased 2000% over the last 5 years. We’re jammed up.

    Worried about accommodating them. WTF. Somebody has to step up here. If not Trump, some general. But Trump is trapped. He has the body weight, but not the fighting weight, the military weight.
    Trapped by subversive immigration laws and the courts.

    Violence and revolution are needed, but we won’t have them and the Left will win and America as we know it will die.

    • PeteAtomic November 9, 2018 at 9:14 am #


      I’ll fight for MInnesota. Maybe the North Dakota.

      the Us? no thanks

      may as well beat a dead horse, lol 🙂

      • PeteAtomic November 9, 2018 at 9:14 am #

        spelling errors

        not enough coffee

  10. janet November 9, 2018 at 12:45 am #

    the Left will win and America as we know it will die. –tucsonspur

    Right on, tucsonspur! Leftists are working to perfect the union and have no interest in America as it was in the rigidly conformist 1950s. The robots will work in the factories and Millenials will institute UBI for everyone.

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    • hmuller November 9, 2018 at 1:04 am #

      More likely the globalists will implement their mass culling plans when they don’t need so many of us “useless eaters” anymore. The strain on the earth’s resources exists so long as we 7.4 billion people all live and consume, whether we have jobs or the robots work.

      The Georgia Guidestones say world population must be limited to 500 million; and the globalists know how to make that happen quickly.

    • tucsonspur November 9, 2018 at 1:52 am #

      Right on, tucsonspur, right on! Didn’t you like my blue wave video, “Wipeout”?

      Here it is again for everyone’s enjoyment:


      C’mon, I know you like it. The opening is rad man, really knarly.

      Did you ever ride the pipeline on the blue wave?

      I just made up a poem on surfing. I might post it if you want.

    • akmofo November 9, 2018 at 7:28 am #

      The UN the US and all massively centralized gov mafia institutions should be dissolved. They are obscene and fundamentally evil. I find it absolutely amazing that +300 million people will allow a gov mafia to lord over them. It is so disgusting how low the human spirit has been brought.

      • Walter B November 9, 2018 at 10:42 am #

        The US government climbed into bed with organized crime during the Cuban/Castro assassination days and were married officially on 22 Nov 1963 ( coinciding BTW with the deaths of CS Lewis and Aldous Huxley). The American public, immediately stunned by the brazen murder of that Black Day, turned to accepting their new leadership once the mourning was over. While it is very easy to get very angry at the apathy of the masses over the change in ownership, if you really think about it, what choice did they really have? The general public is massively outclassed by the lawyers, the marketing people, and the “education” system, they simply cannot compete. They can only comply.

        • akmofo November 9, 2018 at 2:03 pm #

          It’s a difficult question but the answer might be simpler than imagined. People need to raise awareness among themselves, stop lending legitimacy to these institutions and demand they be dissolved.

        • SpeedyBB November 9, 2018 at 8:35 pm #

          You would not count climbing into bed with Lucky Luciano in the early 1940s to get his “assistance” in the liberation of Sicily?

          Methinks big guv and organized crime (do I repeat myself?) has had an on-and-off arrangement going on for a good long while. Remember how J. Edgar vociferously denied for many years there was such a thing as a ‘Cosa Nostra’, until it could no longer be ignored? They undoubtedly had the goods on ‘Johnny’n’Clyde’.

          • Walter B November 10, 2018 at 6:03 am #

            Excellent point SBB, thanks for making it.

      • Janos Skorenzy November 9, 2018 at 2:01 pm #

        And Israel must allow the Right to Return. Hundreds of thousands of Palestinian families have every right to come back to their lands and homes. And those who illegally occupy them will have to go.

        • akmofo November 9, 2018 at 2:04 pm #

          What Israel does or does not do is none of your bizwack.

        • SpeedyBB November 9, 2018 at 8:36 pm #

          Israeli ‘right to return’ also includes legions of Russian, European and American criminals.

    • PeteAtomic November 9, 2018 at 9:15 am #

      “ork in the factories and Millenials will institute UBI for everyone.”


      I don’t wanna get out of my pajamas this morning

    • shotho November 9, 2018 at 10:24 am #

      For society to function properly, there has to be a certain degree of conformity. That conformity may be given freely as a condition of membership in the group or it can be forced, as in the Soviet Union. Either way, without it, there will eventually be social disintegration and chaotic change. The ‘fifties’ were awesome for the social cohesion it fostered, even though there was massive oppression of certain groups. Even so, all groups experienced intact family, group and institutional health. Today, we are close to breakdown.

      • Janos Skorenzy November 9, 2018 at 2:08 pm #

        Yes, a nation is simply the extension of the Tribe or a union of similar Tribes, either thru victorious war or political alliance. By definition it has sharp social borders, those outside serving to Strengthen the new Nation by providing a hate object and an impetus to value those who are Within the Pale. I refer you to Sir Arthur Keith’s Law of Enmity and Amity.

        The Fifties was a time of calamitious decline, only seeming to be conservative relative to what came later. The new music had appeared, Black men were starting to dance with White girls, the Tribe was preparing for their great cultural assault in the 60’s by consolidating their hold over Academia, etc.

      • SpeedyBB November 9, 2018 at 8:52 pm #

        shotho, I cannot help but conclude that overpopulation inevitably leads to totalitarianism. When resources run dry and we are scrabbling cheek-to-cheek for safety and survival, all those law and order niceties and parliamentary democracy will go straight into the ashcan of history.

        It will either be central control (certainly the direction our dear Security State is motoring rapidly today) or warlordism when that breaks down (Russia after the USSR crumbled, and before they got everything arranged and shared around again).

        Sure hope I’m wrong. Saucer folk we are awaiting your benevolent governance anxiously

  11. Pucker November 9, 2018 at 1:02 am #

    Speaking of Civil War….

    US Civil War death toll: 750,000 dead; 7 times the US losses in WWII; one quarter of Southern males of military age.

    Lincoln and Grant have a reputation in the History books as having been magnanimous towards the South in defeat. This is ironic given Lincoln, Grant, Sherman, and Sheridan’s War of extermination against the South basically killing off a quarter of military age Southern males. Sherman’s brutal war of attrition raping and pillaging across Georgia and South Carolina drove the local population into starvation. Grant never really defeated General Lee and the Army of Northern Virginia. Grant basically used Sheridan and Sherman to cut off Lee’s supply lines forcing Lee’s army into literal starvation. Lee still could have won if he had sacrificed Richmond to fall back and crush Sherman between Lee’s army and Joseph Johnston’s army in Georgia. This would have driven the North into bankruptcy to the London War Bond holders.

    • seawolf77 November 9, 2018 at 11:14 am #

      American losses in WW2 was 500,000.

    • Janos Skorenzy November 9, 2018 at 2:13 pm #

      And the horror continued after the outbreak of Peace, with Negro gangs roaming the Land raping and killing. Whites who asked the Occupying Force for justice were laughed to scorn – much as Whites are now who ask for relief from the Antifa Mob.

      A number of prominent Southerners regretted the surrender. But in any case, Manhood had not been defeated and they triumphed as Counter Vigilantes once they got a bit of rest and a few hot meals.

      • hmuller November 9, 2018 at 3:09 pm #

        Sounds like someone has been watching “Birth of a Nation” (1915) I’ll bet there are people on this website who would happily burn every copy. (to show how anti-hate they are) LOL

      • EvelynV November 11, 2018 at 11:06 am #

        Yep, southerners who would have preferred to see every ragged member of the “scarecrow” confederate army die in a futile attempt to preserve their slave based wealth. Many of their genes have lived on to serve in the bodies of the GOP polity even though starting out as democrats.

  12. Pucker November 9, 2018 at 1:06 am #

    Lincoln and Grant were motivated largely by their careers and a small-minded Drive for Self Aggrandizement. Same Old Shit….

  13. Pucker November 9, 2018 at 1:18 am #

    Sherman was a deranged psychopath who during the Civil War openly espoused the extermination of all recalcitrant Southern males whom he called the “Youngblood’s”, which is a weird, creepy term.

    In later years, President Grant sent Sherman against the Comanche in Texas to threaten the Comanche with extermination unless the Comanche gave up their way of Life and agreed to live in houses and eat corn meal. Ironically, William Tecumseh Sherman was named by his father after the Shawnee Leader Tecumseh. Go figure….

    • EvelynV November 9, 2018 at 1:40 am #

      Yep, Sherman kicked some southern booty alrighty.

      Lee was a great, honorable, classy man – a perverted travesty he is not allowed to be honored in memorial form.

      Sadly the best of the south was exterminated and those remaining highly contaminated by the dregs. The confederates through in their all, everything they had to sacrifice the did. In the end no one left but cowards, weaklings, and losers.

      • seawolf77 November 9, 2018 at 11:13 am #

        Lee was an idiot. Anyone who could order Picket’s Charge at Gettysburg doesn’t have the sense to piss in a pot.

        • ozone November 9, 2018 at 5:35 pm #

          Just to be nit-picky and a bit more droll, the expression goes something like: “…doesn’t have the sense to pour piss out of a boot, with the instructions clearly written on the heel.”

          Carry on. 🙂

        • EvelynV November 11, 2018 at 11:12 am #

          Lee was not an idiot. He made a wrong decision by ignoring Longstreet’s plea not to make a stand at Gettysburg, which ultimately lead to the defeat of the confederacy but 20/20 hindsight focused on one particular battle is not a basis for such harsh judgement.

          Was Einstein an “idiot” for rejecting his own calculations that something like “black holes” existed?

      • Janos Skorenzy November 9, 2018 at 2:19 pm #

        The People who taught you to hate the South also hate Lee and now tear down his statues. You are just time warped in an early stage of the same propaganda. They always intended to move people to the far Left and do what they are now doing.

        And they will do the same with the heroes of the North. Already underway. There is no difference in their minds – and they are absolutely correct in this. It’s the conservatives and regular liberals who are utterly confused, like you caught in the amber of incomplete or earlier conditioning.

        Lee was against Slavery – it was bad for poor and middle class Whites. His own People came first. As you say, a noble man.

  14. Pucker November 9, 2018 at 1:35 am #

    That’s why they wiped out the Buffalo herds to crush the Plains Indians: It was the re-application to the Native Americans of the “successful” Civil War strategy applied by Grant, Sherman, and Sheridan against the Confederacy of cutting off the South’s supply lines and starving the Southern population.

    • EvelynV November 9, 2018 at 1:41 am #

      …threw in their all…

    • Janos Skorenzy November 9, 2018 at 2:21 pm #

      I thought they shot the Buffalo cuz they were black and shit. You know, like why the Sioux called the Black Union soldiers, Buffalo soldiers.

      • hmuller November 9, 2018 at 3:11 pm #

        I thought the Indians called them “buffalo soldiers” because they tasted like buffalo.

        • malthuss November 9, 2018 at 6:51 pm #

          Ive read pork tastes like human.

          • SoftStarLight November 10, 2018 at 2:32 am #

            What lol????

          • Majella November 11, 2018 at 9:01 pm #

            South Pacific cannibals (Maori, Samoan, Tongan, Fijian) called the western invaders ‘long pig’ because of the similarity in taste.

  15. Pucker November 9, 2018 at 1:44 am #

    Now that I think about it, I think that they also used the blacks to fight the Comanche, which really pissed off the Comanche since the wiry black hair was no good for taking scalps. They called the black soldiers “Buffalo Soldiers”, which is a weird appellation.

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    • Janos Skorenzy November 9, 2018 at 2:24 pm #

      No that was Sioux – a title of honor. The Comanche on the other hand hated the Blacks on sight from the very beginning. Strange. My brother when a little boy once pointed at Blacks and said, Look Dad, look at the monkeys. A born Comanche….

      • Tate November 9, 2018 at 4:15 pm #

        What does he say now? Has he been brainwashed, or is he based?

        The bison/buffalo have thick wiry hair on their “hump.” The indians thought the hair of blacks was like that of the buffalo. That’s why they called them “buffalo soldiers.”

        • Janos Skorenzy November 9, 2018 at 6:06 pm #

          I heard they admired both their color and their strength, reminding them of the buffalo. But who really knows? Maybe they hated them like the Comanche did.

          Bro is more based than evah. We rebelled for a time, but our Father’s shining example was always before us.

      • EvelynV November 11, 2018 at 11:21 am #

        I hope you dad was enlightened enough to kick you brother’s teeth in for saying such a thing?

        • Janos Skorenzy November 11, 2018 at 6:14 pm #

          A little kid? What a creep you are.

          • EvelynV November 12, 2018 at 1:42 am #

            Little racist redneck bigots grow up to be big bigots like you.

            Nip it in the bud when there is still hope is what I’m sayin’

            Do ya feel me?

  16. janet November 9, 2018 at 1:45 am #

    Maricopa County reports! Kyrsten Sinema wins in Arizona!

    • tucsonspur November 9, 2018 at 2:11 am #

      Did she really?

      Too many realized that the man – woman lied. The tutu and tight sweaters beat the pilot’s uniform, and the snow flake beat the wing ice.

      But Kyrsten lied to, and the fix may have been in.

      McSally now goes round the roses.

  17. janet November 9, 2018 at 1:46 am #

    Where’s the invasion? Where’s the emergency that requires troops to be separated from their families during yet another Thanksgiving and Christmas?

    • ccm989 November 9, 2018 at 9:19 am #

      O the caravan magically vanished after the election — along with the Middle Class tax deduction! But the Trump cult members didn’t notice — exactly as DJT intended.

      • hmuller November 10, 2018 at 10:35 pm #

        If the caravan was a ruse, a Trump trick; why did your trusted left-wing news media report on it with such love and approval? Are you saying they were duped? Is there not a supersized, discerning brain beneath Rachel Maddow’s spikey, dikey hair?

    • PeteAtomic November 9, 2018 at 9:25 am #

      Iraq, Afghanistan, the 250 (?) bases around the world..
      is there anything normal in any of that?

      wanna meet a fat jerk? fly to germany. Plenty of ’em

      why do we have troops there?

      the Empire, Janet, the empire..

    • Murali November 9, 2018 at 12:02 pm #

      Janet I have no idea of your educational background or your economic and social status. I have a suggestion for you when you visit any city or nearby shanty towns look at the uneducated masses and ask yourself do we as a society need more uneducated masses in this country? If so how do we improve the living standards of these poor souls already living here in US? Or we as a nation on a global mission to improve the lives of the people all over the world?
      Also I have the following questions for you
      what ever happened to antiwar coalition in the US?”
      What ever happened to the labor unions in the industrial sector of the US?
      Who distroyed the industrial sector by outsourcing the production overseas and gave the keys to the treasury to the Bankers?
      Who was the one that destroyed the Glass-Seigals Banking act?
      Who brought democracy and prosperity to Libya through regime change operations?
      If you can honestly answer these questions that democrats have no hand in this I am all for you. Thanks

      • Janos Skorenzy November 9, 2018 at 6:07 pm #

        Yes, it’s that simple. We can’t take care of the poor we already have.

        • Majella November 11, 2018 at 9:08 pm #

          More like don’t WANT to. The GOP was set to further curtail social programs (Medicare, Medicaid, SNAP & any other social spending that wasn’t nailed down) because…deficit!

          The deficit caused the recent trillion dollar tax cut, in the main for the already bloated super-rich. My GOD! The fucking in-your-face, outright, hypocrisy of the corporate welfare set.

          If you want to see into the dark satanic bowels of the TRUE socialism in the USA, read David Cay Johnston’s “Free Lunch”.

          Or check a youtube clip here:


        • EvelynV November 12, 2018 at 8:29 am #

          What you mutton heads apparently will never grasp is how difficult it is when you concentrate the majority of the wealth in the hands of so few and allot so little to the rest of the population.

  18. Tate November 9, 2018 at 3:18 am #

    This is one experiment he’ll never repeat.

  19. FincaInTheMountains November 9, 2018 at 3:23 am #

    Here at (7:30 – 8:30) Trump predicts the results of midterm elections and makes it more or less clear that he made a deal with somebody to decrease danger of civil war started by some crazy news-junky, and him not talking about economy few days before elections was probably part of this deal.


    Judging by all, Cesar Sayoc was so rattled by the Democrats that he overheated and boiled.

    And there are thousands of them! That is the horror!

  20. FincaInTheMountains November 9, 2018 at 3:40 am #

    The US Deep State has split and more rational part of it – US Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein one of them – made a deal with the US Official State (the Trump Administration) – a Big Bargain, while the other part, having their hands bathed in blood up to elbows and having nothing to lose, need to be taken out along with their Black Queen Hillary.

    Mass shooting in California is most likely their knee-jerk reaction to the Big Bargain.

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  21. akmofo November 9, 2018 at 7:15 am #

    Why is Debbie Wasserman Schultz not on the list of criminals mentioned above? You can add voter fraud and election tampering to her long list of criminality.

    • Janos Skorenzy November 9, 2018 at 6:11 pm #

      Thank you for naming a bad Jew. Nothing to do with the Vatican, right? If not, you pass the test. As the Lord of the Rings puts it, “I passed the test. I remained Galadriel. I shall diminish and go into the West as her.” A rough quote but that is the gist.

  22. FincaInTheMountains November 9, 2018 at 9:00 am #

    Trump won, and those who tried to overthrow him will simply die like dogs if they do not have time to repent

    So the elections took place and the Democrats received a majority in the House of Representatives, and immediately after the elections, Trump clearly sighed with relief and at first declared himself the winner, and then really went on to a strategic offensive, dismissing his Attorney General Sessions.

    Let me remind you that it was Sessions’ refusal to take control of the Justice Department and to start investigating the crimes of supporters of Hillary Clinton is the main reason that Trump spent the first two years of his presidency under the constant menace from Mueller, constantly fighting off the threat of arrest and impeachment, and all those who helped him to become president and should have taken an important posts in his administration went to prison.

    After that, in 2018, Sessions deliberately brought Trump’s orders to the absurdity several times: for example, when Trump ordered the arrest of illegal immigrants, Sessions with pure Clinton cunning supplemented this order with instructions, according to which, it is necessary to separate children and transfer them to adoption.

    Moreover, he gave a press conference at which he substantiated his instruction worthy of Herod with a text from the Gospel, for which he was excommunicated from the church he went to, and this once again reminded that the civil war in the United States would be a crypto-religious war = The War of the Roses.

    Naturally, Trump’s supporters were of the opinion that Sessions is the most dangerous agent of Hillary Clinton, whom she sent to Trump in 2015 at the very beginning of the election campaign, and the joy of his dismissal among Trump’s supporters is so great that it overshadows the chagrin of the loss of majority in the House of Representatives.

    Nevertheless, according to the July plan of very influential Republican leader in the House of Representatives Jim Jordan to prevent civil war and restore Trump’s presidential powers, including the right to lift anti-Russian sanctions, first Bret Kavanaugh should become a Justice of the US Supreme Court, then Deputy Prosecutor General Rosenstein , who oversees Muller’s investigation, would have to be impeached by Republicans in the House of Representatives, and then Trump would have to fire Sessions, since otherwise, Rosenstein becomes an Attorney General.

    But on the day it became clear that Bret Kavanaugh would become a Justice of the Supreme Court, Rosenstein met with Trump and convinced him of his loyalty, and I compared these two events concluded that they are the result of Trump’s Big Bargain with a Black Project (I made a mistake — not with a Black Project, but with a part of Deep State) that made Jim Jordan’s plan meaningless.

    Therefore, for me personally, the main result of the election was the confirmation of this hypothesis, which made it possible to predict the results of the elections, as well as the fact that during the election campaign Trump also predicted the election results, practically telling about the Big Bargain (7:30 – 8:30)


    From this video it is clear that a week ago he was ready for the difficulties that frantic Clintonoids are delivering to him now, and I have no doubt that he had already decided to fire Sessions within 24 hours after announcing the victory of Democrats in the elections to the Congress. And on election night, I wrote that one of the conditions for the Big Bargain should have been the following election results:

    Democrats with a slight advantage control the House of Representatives, and the Republicans Senate, but Hillary Clinton goes to jail


    Republicans control both the congress and the senate, and their advantage in the senate increases, but Hillary remains at large

    On the eve of the congressional elections, there were 236 Republicans and 193 Democrats, and in the Senate there were 51 Republicans and 49 Democrats.

    I already wrote that I became aware of the Big Bargain when it first showed its strength – on the day of confirmation of Judge Kavanaugh, forcing Sessions’ deputy Rosenstein, to meet Trump, and Trump to believe in his loyalty and that Rosenstein would not allow Mueller’s investigation to become tool of the coup d’état. And there is no reason to think that this time it will be powerless.

    And the events of the last days, about which I will write later, convince me that the deal was most likely on the eve of Bolton’s visit to Moscow, the purpose of which was not to renounce the INF but to inform Putin about the Big Bargain and try to convince him that this bargain was not directed against Russia.

    The fact of the matter is that Trump and Putin are de facto allies, not only because of mutual sympathy, but because of the need to jointly confront the deadly threat that hangs over them and over the countries they lead. And all these olives, pecked by an eagle, and other medium-range missiles, are a joke and a play, a game for the public.

    Well, judge for yourself why Russia needs this treaty, if under its cover, NATO and the US openly prepare a nuclear attack on Moscow with medium-range missiles, and they impudently answer questions that they are thus going to repel a Iranian nuclear attack.

    And for Trump, this treaty is a source of attacks and blackmail from the Clintonoids, accusing him of not putting enough pressure on Putin, and demanding sanctions, sanctions, sanctions!
    In fact, it is known that Bolton came to make an appointment to resolve urgent issues arising from the Big Bargain.

    By the way, one side of the Big Bargain is Trump (and through him, Putin). And who is the other side?

    To be continued…

    • hmuller November 9, 2018 at 9:16 am #

      So now we will have Nancy Pelosi second from the Presidency. She who wanders the halls of Congress in a fog with the onset of Alzheimer’s Dementia

      • ccm989 November 9, 2018 at 9:20 am #

        Third — you forget Mike Pence.

        • hmuller November 9, 2018 at 9:25 am #

          The way I count it Trump is POTUS, Pence is first in line, Pelosi second in line, etc

          Maybe the Dems will go with someone younger and fresher than the Bride of Frankenstein from the Bay. Anybody heard anything?

      • Georges1202 November 9, 2018 at 9:28 am #

        Brings back memories of Ron trying to find the restroom in the final two years of his disastrous presidency.

        • hmuller November 11, 2018 at 10:42 am #

          Well, at least when he found one it wasn’t marked “Trannies Welcome”. That’s more Obama’s agenda.

    • Andrew November 9, 2018 at 9:50 am #

      I would suggest watch this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MRtEgdgj_XQ

      Then you spend some time reading though the entirety of https://qmap.pub/

      Follow that up with a good dose of https://www.neonrevolt.com/ and you will know exactly what is going on.

    • Majella November 11, 2018 at 9:23 pm #

      Please cite any evidence for this grand plan! Otherwise, it’s just a nut-job conspiratorial rant.

  23. Georges1202 November 9, 2018 at 9:26 am #

    Pretty obvious that no-account piece of shit in the White House is desperate to deflect any and all attention away from any revelation of his nefarious con-man’s goings on so he appoints yet another yes-man to do his bidding.

    Now that there is at least some kind of check on this prick, perhaps the next two years, while certain to be a soul-draining isometric exercise, will lead to the ouster of him and his horrid cabal.

  24. Zoltar November 9, 2018 at 9:34 am #

    Your “liberal” readers are disappointed, JIm, because they would like you to be as partisan as the NY times.

    I applaud your objectivity, now that the old partisan lines are thoroughly scrambled. It’s no longer a choice between liking one party or the other. A pox on both of their houses.

  25. TiredOfTheTreadmill November 9, 2018 at 9:46 am #

    It’s interesting that a blog inspired by the collpase of this country is so mired in the minutiae of the current political theater. Isn’t all of this political crap just another part of the decline? You know, the decline/collapse which is the topic that dragged most readers here in the first place. The decline/collapse of which Jim has written several books and most readers have obsessed about over the years with many variables and possible outcomes. Even with this knowledge, here we are mired in the he said she said political soap opera with “I have the morally correct position on the topic” arguments as if we wish to backseat drive this bus going over the cliff. Or, try to change the trajectory even though we know the destination is the bottom of the cliff.

    As a declinist I figured all of this political crap was going to be just one more sign of how deep down the shitter we’ve gone. At one point the federal government was going to reach a point of being illegitimate anyway. That began with the two absolute shit choices on the ballot in 2016 and has continued to full blown clown car proportions today. Seriously, the fact that this country has true believers in this con man, idiot president indicates a population beyond hope. Without even mentioning the Dems’ SJW antics. It’s all just a road sign on the path to hell.

    I guess I find it interesting that people here, including Jim who has written several books on collapse and post collapse, seem so emotionally invested in righting these perceived political wrongs as though doing so will save us from our inevitable destination. It’s all part of the process. But please, continue forth in combing over the minutiae. I guess it’s a nice distraction from the shit of the going nowhere daily routine these days.

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    • Walter B November 9, 2018 at 10:06 am #

      Perhaps Jim sticks to the politics because it always gets quite a rise out of pretty much everybody and it certainly heats up the back and forth, doesn’t it? My guess is that both he and I would rather be discussing and designing solutions to problems which would certainly take the form of conservation of resources and not only getting by, but thriving with less, but nobody, and I mean NOBODY wants to get involved with that. The next time you find yourself in an argument over Global Warming or Climate Change (no one has discussions about this), no matter which side you choose to take, try this. Pose this to your adversary, “Ok so let’s say it is real and it is a problem. What are we going to do to fix it”? Do not accept “reduce our carbon footprint or pay more taxes to the government” as an answer. Press for a REAL answer, like stopping the Amazon Rainforest de-forestation, or reducing the number of massive SUV’s on the road, or reducing the amount of electricity we waste, heaven forbid. You won’t get a discussion, the conversation will simply die. People are bred and programmed to consume mass quantities, NOT to conserve. And people can no longer solve problems, they can only bitch about them, and pretty much everything else as well. They is why we settle for politics, because it is bullshit and can be easily bantered about endlessly.

      • TiredOfTheTreadmill November 9, 2018 at 10:23 am #

        Good points and nicely stated.

      • ozone November 9, 2018 at 10:50 am #

        Yep. Heaven forfend that anyone be *inconvenienced* in any way! (…Even if it might save their progeny’s precious asses.)

      • jdhines November 9, 2018 at 11:57 am #


        You are probably correct on this.


      • tucsonspur November 9, 2018 at 2:28 pm #

        At this point there Are no solutions. The population continues to grow. It’s consume or perish. And then we’ll perish when all is consumed, or beforehand, in the fight over the little that’s left.

    • malthuss November 9, 2018 at 10:13 am #

      Jims ‘collapse’ has nt happened, so he talks turkey.

      I believe in collapse. I just dont know when it will happen.

      • TiredOfTheTreadmill November 9, 2018 at 10:34 am #

        Maybe collapse as Jim envisioned hasn’t happened yet, but I would argue decline is well under way these days. I’m also starting to wonder about collapse looking more like the Hunger Games model than the Mad Max model. In the Hunger Games model the cities still had high tech, stupid-assed cultures and they ruled the hinterlands which were like prison work camps. All the resources went to maintaining the small pockets of techno-buffonery in the cities. Whereas Mad Max was smallish war lords and dog-eat-dog existence in wastelands. In the past it appeared that the Mad Max model was the dominant idea of collapse. However, I am leaning more towards the Hunger Games model anymore, at least as long as they can sustain it. I also woild argue that model is being played out right now.

        • Walter B November 9, 2018 at 10:43 am #


        • capt spaulding November 9, 2018 at 11:36 am #

          You have a pretty accurate vision as to what’s going on, Tired. When you have opposing sides hardening their stances, somethings gotta give. One question I’d like to ask is: If the New York Times is an arm of the Dems, is Fox news the only source of reliable reporting left for us? This stuff is bordering on the ridiculous, and only hastens the onset of government control of the populace, with technology providing the means to do so. I’d say we are pretty close to having a ready made turnkey dictatorship. It’s just like the reports on global warming which seemingly end with: “It’s happening much faster than we thought it would.” The same appears to be true with regards to political collapse.

          • tucsonspur November 9, 2018 at 2:33 pm #

            Good question, and the scary answer is yes on Fox news TV, the major outlet.

          • seawolf77 November 9, 2018 at 2:38 pm #

            I would not be surprised by another civil war. I have never seen my country so divided and angry.

          • Janos Skorenzy November 9, 2018 at 6:15 pm #

            And it matters who the Dictator is. Obama would send White Conservatives to FEMA Camps. Trump won’t send anyone to the Camps, except illegals and terrorists.

          • TiredOfTheTreadmill November 9, 2018 at 6:42 pm #

            Fox is an arm of the Republican party. For actual news of any value it appears we need to get it from outside the country.

        • SoftStarLight November 9, 2018 at 12:04 pm #

          A Real Leader will dispossess the elite. The meek shall inherit the Earth.

    • ozone November 9, 2018 at 10:44 am #

      “As a declinist I figured all of this political crap was going to be just one more sign of how deep down the shitter we’ve gone. At one point the federal government was going to reach a point of being illegitimate anyway. That began with the two absolute shit choices on the ballot in 2016 and has continued to full blown clown car proportions today. Seriously, the fact that this country has true believers in this con man, idiot president indicates a population beyond hope. Without even mentioning the Dems’ SJW antics. It’s all just a road sign on the path to hell.”

      Treadmill Fatigued,
      This reflects my views nicely.

      Speaking of the short-term “thinking” and minutiae, we probably shouldn’t get too far into the weeds about the fire-ignation of Li’l General Beauregard. A tiny bit of perspective might help. Jeffy’s appointment was a blatant sop to Dominionists and Evangelicals (a true anti-secularist who doesn’t believe in the separation of church and state). Now Trump was depending on his A.G. to cover his gargantuan ass as priority #1. Jeffy’s self-recusal over the vaporous Russia-gate dashed the Donald’s dream of a rug to sweep his money-laundering operations under. (Lots of things besides the Clinton’s outrageous malfeasance get revealed when the muck gets raked.)

      BUT, Trip-G had to wait until the Evangelicals had cast their halos into the ring in support of the Abject Adherents to Assholery before he could fling Sessions under that very busy, errant bus that was featured in the movie, “Speed”.

      Who he will appoint to the [permanent] position next will be interesting. From what we’ve seen of his tastes, a semi-bodacious babe will likely be the choice. That should deflect a lot of criticism in and of itself.

      …And “all of this political crap”? It’s my opinion that our system has devolved into another industry, so we might as well view it as just another entertainment on our way down. (As the right wing bulks up, searching for their saviors and banner-bearers.)

      I suppose that we could apply JHK’s warnings about “the psychology of previous investment” to the racket of political power as more of the shiny panels fall off of America’s facade of moral rectitude and righteousness. I’m not too sure I want to see those fallen panels duct-taped back in place at this point; I’m not frightened of the rot being revealed. It’s how learning takes place and courses are set.

      • TiredOfTheTreadmill November 9, 2018 at 7:07 pm #

        Nice observations. I think you are correct about our political system being turned into just another entertainment outlet and Jim’s psychology of previous investment. The latter one being a potential source of much wasted energy: actual natural resource energy, human physical energy, mental and emotional energy, etc…

        My concern is when the vast sea of zombies who believe the myths and BS about this country finally have the light bulb go off in their little heads about the reality of this place. Much misguided scapegoating is sure to ensue for it couldn’t possible have been their own ignorance or denial.

    • jdhines November 9, 2018 at 12:00 pm #


      So very well said. Bravo!


    • Kafkaesque November 11, 2018 at 9:50 am #

      Glad to see that a prophetic head still remains attached to a functioning spinal column, all nerve endings firing properly.

      All these hand-ringers in JHK’s choir forget what happened to Salome.

      They’ll find that there’s only so much room on the platter they’ve served up….with the heads of their chosen ‘profit’-like scions du jour.

  26. Andrew November 9, 2018 at 9:51 am #

    To really broaden your awareness, Please watch this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MRtEgdgj_XQ

    Then spend some time reading though the entirety of https://qmap.pub/

    Follow that up with a good dose of https://www.neonrevolt.com/ and you will know exactly what is going on.

    • FincaInTheMountains November 9, 2018 at 12:10 pm #

      Sessions firing discredits QAnon.

      • Janos Skorenzy November 9, 2018 at 6:17 pm #

        Oh yeah because he was supposed to be secretly working on the mass indictments under the cover of being a traitorous wimp.

  27. shotho November 9, 2018 at 10:09 am #

    If what you posit here is only partially true, it would constitute a constitutional crisis of a certain magnitude. Mr. Putin and Mr. Xi must be paying very close attention as we tear ourselves apart.
    I still think that the financial and economic crisis that is poised to descend will be of an even greater magnitude; combined with the political mess will be epoch-changing.

  28. FincaInTheMountains November 9, 2018 at 10:10 am #

    Trump won, and those who tried to overthrow him will simply die like dogs if they do not have time to repent (cont)

    By the way, one side of the Big Bargain is Trump (and through him, Putin). And who is the other side?

    Who guaranteed Trump (and Putin) that if the Republicans cede the House of Representatives to the Democrats, the latter will not torture him with new and new investigations? And what leverage does he have on such crazy Clintonoids like Adam full of Shiff, if this descendant of a Jewish banker of a certain sexual orientation decides to pretend to be Yarosh after giving guarantees to Yanukovich?

    And the situation is very reminiscent of 2014, and without answering this question or even trying to answer them, the talk about the Big Bargain is nothing more than a science fiction.

    But when Trump announced the resignation of Sessions, I as a historical witness, accidentally ended up on the Saxo Bank website and saw how the market jumped when this message appeared in the news feed.

    Later, the Clinton media, or rather, the media controlled by the Deep State, attributed this jump to the result of elections to the House of Representatives, but not all, and I made a very serious attempt to answer this question, having familiarized myself with them, incidentally finding out that suddenly that media became very concern with Vladimir Putin’s story about what will happen to those who do not have time to repent, and that the Russian president then expects to go to Heaven.

    You have no idea how much this Putin’s phrase changes all the scenarios of the Third World War, which computers continuously calculate 24 hours a day on the instructions of highly paid specialists in the Pentagon and in Brussels at NATO headquarters, and in the Russian General Staff too!

    And here it is important to remember that the Third World is actually the Fourth, since the Third is a Cold War that began on May 8, 1945.

    And since, according to Putin, the West continued the Cold War even after the collapse of the USSR, the Third World War is actually not only hot, but also the Second.

    The Big Bargain makes Russia think that Trump has concluded it against her, not for, but the aforementioned events force us to conclude that even Deep State understands that improving relations with Russia for the USA is a necessary condition for survival even in cold war, not hot.

    Without cooperation with Russia, in the face of confrontation with Russia, Trump CAN’T prevent the collapse of the global financial system based on the dollar, and all his efforts are now aimed at saving the US as a country after the collapse of the dollar.

    But without Russia, they are doomed to failure. And the death of the United States as a country can only be desired by people who do not care about the United States. And the speed with which Trump responded to Clintonoid attempts to reduce the advantage of Republicans in the Senate, says that he understands that his enemies are the enemies of the United States, and he will react to them in a very forceful way.


    The inquiries in the House are over, treason is treason, and his partners in the Big Bargain, which provided him with the appropriate opportunities, understand this too and now they will support Trump in his desire to improve relations with Russia, regardless of their attitude to Russia.

    • Majella November 11, 2018 at 9:36 pm #

      ummm… what? This makes no grammatical or idiomatic sense.

  29. jdhines November 9, 2018 at 10:30 am #


    Sorry to tell you, but you are delusional. Please come down out of the ether. As I said before, “we’ll see what happens in November.” And so we have. The Trumptard has been slapped down and REBUKED by a majority of Americans. Read the results and weep, red state losers.

    It won’t be business as usual in the House when January finally rolls by. Can you say “ACCOUNTABILITY and SUBPOENAS? the Trumpster will soon enter a completely new reality show (emphasis on REALITY) without the protection of his sycophants.

    Let’s just say that the Pelosi led, Democrat controlled house is going to open up a can of Whup-Ass on your GGG. I see the big house in the future some of Trumptard’s family and, of course, a total disgrace for his Orangeness.

    To hear you guys talk over the last several weeks was really an eye opener about where you think this country is. Delusional. Are you finally ready to wise-up? How about that Beto, eh? Beto 2020!

    Tough titty said the kitty. Later red state losers, it’s been nice, but not that nice and one more thing, don’t be afraid of the invasion force working it’s way to the US. Those women and kids won’t hurt you too much. Keep your eyes on AZ and FL as it keeps getting better and better.


    P.S. Looking forward to seeing those tax returns, aren’t you? Can you say MONEY LAUNDERING? By the way, I hear the new AG has some great deals on newfangled hot tubs. Why don’t you go soak yourself?

    • hmuller November 9, 2018 at 10:41 am #

      Can’t wait to see the Clinton Foundation audited, talk about money disappearing down a rat hole. The people of Haiti are stilling waiting for that earthquake relief money the Clintons raised years ago.

    • Walter B November 9, 2018 at 10:49 am #

      Sorry JD, but money laundering is the backbone of the American economy. Without it the nation collapses immediately. From the cocaine fueled rebirth of Miami in the 1980’s, through Iran/Contra, and the RJR Nabisco money laundering in the European Union, laundering drug money is the number one source of revenue for the government of the US(A), with interdiction and seizures coming in second. You will question this, you will deny this, and I will not divulge any more than I have already posted on the subject, but it IS the way we operate. And unfortunately, just like all drug related businesses, eventually the system collapses and all you got left is DOPE!

      • jdhines November 9, 2018 at 11:17 am #


        “It isn’t one bit odd to you that Hillary’s paid minions wrote the so-called “Russian Dossier” a complete fraud to smear Trump in 2016. And Mueller ignores it.”

        Now, there you go again, misleading. You neglected to state that the dossier was originally commenced and funded by a GOP running dog and was later picked up by some journalist and THEN by Hilary, et al. Just some opportunistic campaign BS.

        Besides, Hillary has already been in the barrel and LOST. That is history. You won. We are talking about GGG, et al now. Please stop the what-about-ism, you guys are better than this.


        • hmuller November 9, 2018 at 11:33 am #

          The 2016 election is not over so long as Mueller keeps digging like a pig in search of truffles.

          • jdhines November 9, 2018 at 11:51 am #


            Ken Starr dug for truffles for a good long time on White Water. What About ISM that? And What About ISM Benghazi? Your gang thought that was good fun, no? By the way, haven’t you heard “turn around is fair play?”


        • hmuller November 9, 2018 at 12:58 pm #

          Yes, GOP globalists like the traitor John McCain and the Bushes were involved in the campaign of dirty tricks and lies. Hillary and some FBI deep staters then carried the ball. There were British hands involved as well,

          What is your point? Everyone now acknowledges “the Russian Dossier” was a tissue of lies to smear Trump. And it was the basis for court warrants to spy on Trump and his campaign. The judge was apparently not told the full story of the document’s provenance.

          There are many contributors to this website who hate Trump so much they would never admit that such behavior was wrong. In any case, it was illegal. No wonder we are a nation so divided.

          • Majella November 11, 2018 at 9:41 pm #

            “Everyone now acknowledges “the Russian Dossier” was a tissue of lies to smear Trump.”

            Everyone? Wishful thinking. As your Great Adored Leader is wont to say when he doesn’t know the answer (which is most of the time). “we’ll see, we’ll see what happens”. I suspect you’ll be eating your hat before loong.

      • hmuller November 9, 2018 at 11:22 am #

        In recent years both Wachovia and the Hong Kong-Shanghai bank have been found guilty of laundering hundreds of billions in drug money. No one went to jail; they paid a small fine, and life goes on.

        The system is so rotten and hypocritical; as JHK keeps pointing out. It’s about grift, and rackets, and the rule of law ignored. Meanwhile, we are distracted with the circus parade of the transvestites. Yes, focus on that issue, forget how the globalists are robbing and screwing us every day.

        It’s not that we love Trump and “his personality” so much. It’s that he’s the only one to offer any hope of freeing us from the gangsters who have long ruled over us.

        • capt spaulding November 9, 2018 at 11:44 am #

          Trump is every bit as crooked as the rest of the people in Washington. He’s not a knight on a white horse coming to rescue us. This is cognitive dissonance on a level and scale that I’ve never seen before. I say a pox on both their houses. The Oligarchs are playing us like a one string fiddle, and everyone seems to be dancing.

          • hmuller November 9, 2018 at 12:01 pm #

            So Capt. are you saying

            1) Trump and the deep state players are merely role playing like professional wrestlers, and they’re friends in the locker room? OR

            2) Trump and the deep state players are like 2 crime families, equally evil, but their fight is real? OR

            3) Trump and the deep state players think their fight is real and don’t know they are being controlled by one cabal (one ring to rule them all). OR

            4) Something else. You word it.

          • capt spaulding November 9, 2018 at 1:19 pm #

            I’d say it’s somewhere between 2 & 3. Both sides have differences, and both sides seek power, however they are both subservient to the desires of the Oligarchs. It has been a long time coming, but enough money has been poured into Wash. over the years, that it has become a giant marketplace where everything is for sale. The only things that are honestly fought over are things that don’t have much fiscal value. Hot button issues such as abortion and gun control, to name a couple. There’s not much profit to be had from these and other issues, and they serve to keep people at each other’s throats while allowing the real powers in Wash. to continue doing business as usual. One of the biggest problems I see is that people from both sides who are intelligent and well read, and yet refuse to acknowledge wrongdoing by the side they support. For me, it’s like being an outsider who can stand back and see what the problems are, which are being denied by both sides. It’s like standing back and watching the Jim Jones kool aid drinkers. You could talk yourself blue in the face and never convince them that they were being misled in their beliefs. A lesson that you learn early on in boxing is that you have to deal with reality whether you like it or not. You get into the ring thinking you’re as good or better than the other guy, and sometimes you wind up getting piss pounded. When that happens, and you lose, you have to face the reality of what’s going on, like it or not. You can’t fool yourself based on what you believed. The current hoopla over the CNN reporter is another example of a manufactured event. I watched it, and didn’t see anything that resembled what Trump was saying happened, and I think that anybody who was being honest about it would say the same thing, but it keeps everybody busy fighting, and not paying attention to the real problems. What I see going on is very discouraging, and I don’t think things are going to turn out well. Sorry for being long winded.

        • seawolf77 November 9, 2018 at 12:46 pm #

          Yeah by giving them a huge tax cut. By repealing the ACA. Where this hope comes from that Trump is the savior is beyond my imagination? It probably resides outside the solar system.

        • Majella November 11, 2018 at 9:43 pm #

          “It’s not that we love Trump and “his personality” so much. It’s that he’s the only one to offer any hope of freeing us from the gangsters who have long ruled over us.”

          Mwaaaahhahahahaaaa! Trump as your savior? You’re seriously fucking deluded, hmuller

      • jdhines November 9, 2018 at 11:24 am #


        Apologist: a person who defends or supports something (such as a religion, cause, or organization) that is being criticized or attacked by other people.

        If it’s business, as usual, the FRB/DOJ has a funny way of treating businesses and individuals convicted of Money Laundering (e.g. Huge fines and long prison sentences). I think you’ll find most governments, left and right, are not fans of non-state sponsored money laundering.


        • Walter B November 9, 2018 at 12:55 pm #

          Apparently you do not have any family or friends in the business. Until you do you will never understand. And I suppose when everyone learns the truth and accepts it, it shall all fall down, but I think not. Once it all becomes publically accepted that we are one big doping operation here in America, people will simply say, “Yeah, I knew it all along, I just wasn’t saying anything about it”. So is how she rolls.

  30. seawolf77 November 9, 2018 at 10:36 am #

    According to one of the books on Trump Russians oligarchs have purchased 1,300 of his condos, valued ~ between $1,000,000 and $2,000,000. If that is true, than it is also true that Trump has no business deals in Russia, but Russia has plenty of business deals with Trump. And that is a problem. Further if there is no evidence of collusion, than why is Trump so panicked? Why have 6 people pleaded guilty to federal crimes? Ukraine and Russia gave Manafort $20 million, he tried to hide it, and he went down for tax evasion. He was given that money to campaign manage a pro Russian candidate, who won, and was then overthrown and fled to Russia. This same man became Trump’s campaign manager. That is collusion on its surface. You don’t even have to investigate. You’d have to be brain dead to think there’s no collusion.

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    • hmuller November 9, 2018 at 10:57 am #

      Don’t forget to mention Uranium One and all the money the lobbyist Podesta brothers and Hillary’s foundation received to facilitate that deal. What was it again, $140 million? Don’t forget Bill Clinton getting paid half a million dollars for a luncheon speech at a Moscow bank.

      To say that selling a condo to a Russian, a Chinese, an Arab, a Jew, etc means they own you – is utterly ludicrous, an argument unworthy of you, seapuppy!

      And as for American meddling in the politics of Ukraine, both before and after the NATO funded coup, it would take a book. There are lots of dirty hands in both parties.

      It isn’t one bit odd to you that Hillary’s paid minions wrote the so-called “Russian Dossier” a complete fraud to smear Trump in 2016. And Mueller ignores it.

      But Manafort’s tax returns from years before he ever joined the Trump campaign – that’s relevant?! Of course, it’s not; but it gives Mueller leverage to threaten jail time and extract a confession from Manafort implicating Trump. Whether the confession is true or false hardly matters to these globalists intent on removing Trump by any means necessary.

      And you think they want to remove him because they love us so much and want to bring us better government? Oh Pleeeze!!

      • jdhines November 9, 2018 at 11:15 am #


        “It isn’t one bit odd to you that Hillary’s paid minions wrote the so-called “Russian Dossier” a complete fraud to smear Trump in 2016. And Mueller ignores it.”

        Now, there you go again, misleading. You neglected to state that the dossier was originally commenced and funded by a GOP running dog and was later picked up by some journalist and THEN by Hilary, et al. Just some opportunistic campaign BS.

        Besides, Hillary has already been in the barrel and LOST. That is history. You won. We are talking about GGG, et al now. Please stop the what-about-ism, you guys are better than this.


  31. Ol' Scratch November 9, 2018 at 10:39 am #

    Best summary I’ve read of this entire affair so far, Mr K – great work! Now, if we could only put this thing to bed already. But I suppose impeachment proceedings would make for some excellent spring/summer TV ratings. Matter of fact, when you think about for a nanosecond or two, you have to conclude that this is what this was all about all along. Not to actually impeach Trump at all, but to have the threat of impeachment hang over his head for his entire term.

    Cue Lil’ J-Bot sticking her fingers in her ears and hyperventilating endlessly about Trump’s imminent demise…

  32. pequiste November 9, 2018 at 11:04 am #

    The best part of a post-mortem is when the forensic pathologist fires up the circular saw for opening the cranium. That high pitched whirring noise; then the sound of the bone being cut; the ghostly costumes of the crew; all suffused with that unforgettable ambiance of the morgue theatre. I almost swoon thinking of the first one I attended. Is it the lighting? The sterile steel and ceramic venue? Or is it the plain clinicality of the procedure? Maybe, but consider the ultimate banality of the cadaver’s position in the play. Memento Mori.

    The coroner’s report will ultimately state that the death of The Republic was a long, arduous, painful, but unnecessary process. The criminal responsibility of a host of career politicians, incompetents, megalomaniacs, idiots, paper-shuffling civil servants, technocrats and traitors. No proof shall ever be enough to indict let alone convict those responsible irrespective of the forensic report’s conclusions.

  33. “Of course The New York Times is no longer a newspaper in the traditional sense, but an advocacy and propaganda arm of the Democratic Party. They’re pushing this desperate gambit because it’s clear that Mr. Trump is taking the gloves off now in this long-running battle. What’s at stake is whether the DOJ will prosecute the actual and obvious collusion that occurred during and after the 2016 election — ”

    This slander of the NYT’s credibility will not stand, man. If a government official is fired, in fact if not in letter, then the fact should be recorded, not the letter. Yes, Sessions signed a resignation letter- but to report this move as voluntary would simply be representing the fiction that the WH is presenting.

    Is it politicizing? No. Governments around the world use PR-speak to obfuscate their actions, lol, in their home countries where press freedoms are nonexistent and outlets are punished for interpretations unaligned with the ruling party, governments expect the media to play along as extensions of state propaganda, and in those countries, you don’t have a free media, because after a while they are merely an arm of the government. *cough* Russia, et al.

    If the DOJ has a case, then let them bring it to court.

  34. SoftStarLight November 9, 2018 at 11:12 am #

    To me one of the most interesting stories behind the midterms is the complete and almost total fraud our election system represents. Funny how the Democrats always seem to pick up votes days after elections are over. If it wasn’t for their total immersion in criminal activity and their reliance on foreigners to vote they couldn’t win elections any more. That is why they are intent on ensuring that we no longer have national sovereignty and are replaced by the third world. So since the Democrats get their way all the time, the reality is that we aren’t even really a country because we don’t have borders. So we are being taxed by an illegitimate government if you think about it.

    The older generation I don’t think realizes that we youngins are waking up to this big time. Why even bother with this unworkable system anymore. Why not just completely burn it down and start over! The Real Leader will be the torch bearer and will set it ablaze, and we will laugh and celebrate as the flames reach the sky ;-).

  35. snarkmatic9000 November 9, 2018 at 11:13 am #

    And TRUMP hasn’t been corrosive to the rule-of-law and the fate of the nation?? Not to mention civil discourse and the quaint notion of honesty in governing?

    I am getting tired of this obsession with the Russia probe, Hillary’s evil pals, so-called “Deep State” conspiracies and current political disputes &c &c. when Trump has done at least as much damage to the nation. We already know that both the ‘Pubs and Dems play political conspiracy games and are completely corrupt and seIf-serving, so it seems there’s no reason to continue to patronize this blog’s repetitious harping on these topics week after week and, even worse, the lame, obsequious and un-enlightened comments that invariably follow (see JMG’s blog for an example of a positive alternative).

    Having contributed at times in the past when peak oil, suburbia, financial racketeering, subjects truly worth discussing, predominated the agenda, there is no longer a reason to support this continuous prattling on of what are clearly right-wing political talking-points, however lucrative appealing to that angry audience may be. Clearly many of the readers who came here for highly relevant and usually non-political discussion of ideas critical to the future of earth and civilization typically found here in the past are now moving on to venues more focused on them.

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    • jdhines November 9, 2018 at 11:42 am #


      JMG’s blog. Reference please, I’d like to visit.


      • snarkmatic9000 November 9, 2018 at 12:05 pm #

        Hope a plug is ok here, as JHK and JMG are friendly, I believe, and their work is, to a degree, quite complementary, though not duplicative.


        If you can ignore some of the rather way-out and extraneous (to me) magical/astrology/Druidic aspects of his work, which as a scientist/biochemist I find irrelevant and a stretch, to say the least, he’s quite erudite on many important subjects, and the ecological stuff is pretty good. He’s a bit of a misanthrope, but has some interesting theories on collapse and similar topics. His previous blog “The Archdruid Report”, is now archived and has much more, around 10 years worth, on peak energy and collapse: subjects that I find of most concern. You can google “archdruid archive” for that precise location.

        • jdhines November 9, 2018 at 12:41 pm #

          Thanks much Snark!


        • Janos Skorenzy November 9, 2018 at 10:01 pm #

          The Archdruid supports mass immigration – just like any other cornucopian, trader, or traitor. He once mused on how he wished he could live to see the Hispanic/East Asian culture that will arise on the West Coast. The original Druids were Celtic Patriots as well as being Priests, Philosophers, Judges, etc. If he has no loyalty, why didn’t he just get into Masonic or Western Ceremonial Magic and leave the White Paganism alone?

          • sophia November 11, 2018 at 12:33 am #

            He doesn’t actually support mass immigration, but not for racial reasons, just practical ones.

    • SoftStarLight November 9, 2018 at 11:56 am #

      Why haven’t you moved on yet? Or are you packing your things as we type :-)?

      • jdhines November 9, 2018 at 5:41 pm #


        It is my civic duty to monitor what the kooks are you too :). By the way, have a good veterans day!


        • jdhines November 9, 2018 at 5:42 pm #

          *sorry I meant “up to” … my fingers are too fast for my slow brain sometimes 😉

          • SoftStarLight November 9, 2018 at 6:40 pm #

            Thanks JD, good to know I am on the watchlist. Go ahead and and me to the no-fly list too :-). Happy Veterans Day and have a good weekend!

    • tucsonspur November 9, 2018 at 2:55 pm #

      It’s an ebb and flow. Peak oil, financial racketeering, etc. are still discussed quite often. Trump is bitch slapping the globalists and trying to keep us from becoming a turd world nation. Is that the damage? Whatever it takes.

  36. libertysghost November 9, 2018 at 11:23 am #

    Those “readers” aren’t “confused” Jim…they are ideologues who have sold their soul to the Alinsky style collectivists. Ignore them.

    If they are actually too stupid to understand the dangers you note, they shouldn’t be here with grown ups.

    • snarkmatic9000 November 9, 2018 at 11:51 am #

      Yes, Saul Alinsky purportedly was one of those early anthropogenic climate change ideologues and radical “Deep State” provocateur. True stupidity is failing to understand that some “dangers” cause others to pale to insignificance. Morile.

  37. volodya November 9, 2018 at 11:26 am #

    You can hurl whatever invective you like against Trump’s character and record, for example, his multiple business calamities, his inexperience in elected office, his absurd lies, his inability to keep his trap shut and his unsuitability for this high office, and I’d probably agree.

    But I give Trump credit, he committed unforgivable acts, which took some balls, questioning America’s preposterous foreign policy elite and the overt rigging of its economic system in favor of a small coterie of billionaires, commonly referred to as the Davos class or the Donor class.

    If Trump had lost the election, that would have been one thing. He’d have been shunted to the sidelines where he’d have occupied himself vacationing with his gal and been largely ignored. But he won. And the freak-out of the Deep State’s various personages and institutions is instructive, it means to me that Trump was onto something all along. Not only does he have the official levers to pull, he has a lot of people behind him. His Deplorable following, not accustomed to immersing themselves in reality-denying intellectual exercises and who pretty much only know what they see with their own two eyes, largely agree with Trump’s take on things and they give him political authority.

    It’s too bad really, America for much of its history got the men it needed when it needed them, Washington, Lincoln, FDR, Harry Houdini, Ike. Who has got the intellect, character and leadership ability of these titans? Maybe someone else can see someone but I can’t. Trump may have seen and talked about the patently obvious, but he has got the True-Believer Republican against him, the same with the Democrat machine and the Deep State foreign service and military and intel community, not to mention the Davos class, whose fortunes he threatens. And I don’t think he has got the wherewithal to beat them.

    Trump did give the Davos people a whacking big tax cut. But he gave legitimacy to a many-headed throng whose interests were previously disparaged as unworthy, whose moral and intellectual character was besmirched. But what of it? What are the odds that the judicial mechanisms will take on the names that JHK names. Hillary has already been investigated. And so what? Comey came up with the ludicrous justification of “no criminal intent” in a matter where “intent” supposedly doesn’t even matter. Hillary skated.

    What exists is, by any common sense estimate, unworkable and unsustainable. Seven hundred overseas military bases? In places like Germany, South Korea, Japan, places that can more than take care of themselves? Seriously? Building up China into an economic giant and global adversary for the sake of a few oligarch fortunes was laughably stupid at best, treasonous at worst, yet it stands as part and parcel of the greatest accomplishments of the American business and foreign service elite.

    It’s a joke. If there’s a contest at the end of time for history’s biggest laughing stock, America will surely be the front-runner. Can Trump unwind it? I say he can’t, rather it falls on its face under the weight of its own absurdity.

    • SoftStarLight November 9, 2018 at 11:55 am #

      You are right volodya! The old order is only interested in enriching themselves no matter what the cost to the country and it’s people. Yes, they have even supported and enriched America’s enemies and they continue to do so in an open and wanton way. They are so easy to see through now that a time of action is simply no longer that far away. Trump is the best for the job at this time. Maybe he can completely wipe the slate clean with them. If he can’t someone will. There can be no future for what we know as America otherwise.

    • Janos Skorenzy November 9, 2018 at 6:24 pm #

      Yes, an honest man would have no chance in that Den of Thieves. It takes a Man who knows how to get his hands dirty and that’s Trump. He’s not the Man on the White Horse (Kalki/Christ) that We’re waiting for – but he may well be one of his servants and forerunners.

      • SoftStarLight November 9, 2018 at 7:07 pm #

        When Jesus comes back next time He is not coming as the Lamb, no He will come back with a Sword. For some reason when I think of Him coming back like that I envision almost like a Viking Warrior.

        • capt spaulding November 9, 2018 at 8:36 pm #

          I’m guessing that his return will be somewhat like this: And it came to pass that he and his disciples came unto a field, and lo, it was barren, and no fruit that was good for food was found within it , and no beast or bird found sustenance from it, for there was none to be had. And he saith unto them, “Behold. Consider this field, my brothers. For the number of shits I give is like unto the number of fruits that flourish within this field, and the number of cares I have for your issues are also the same as the number of beasts which feast within this field.” And they looked to him and said, “But master, this field is barren and not good for food! Also, no beast or bird can be found within it.” And he spake unto them, “You have said it yourselves, that there is no food or beast within this field. So also do I have no shits or cares to give for your problems.” And they sat and wondered at his words.

          • SoftStarLight November 9, 2018 at 8:47 pm #

            So you have no shame. You shouldn’t wear it like it’s a badge of honor Captain.

          • Janos Skorenzy November 9, 2018 at 8:59 pm #

            What a creep.

          • capt spaulding November 9, 2018 at 9:33 pm #

            Oh, and Janos, I became acquainted with Jesus while I was over there. If you’re that anxious to meet him, show up at my house & fuck with me.

        • Janos Skorenzy November 9, 2018 at 9:00 pm #

          And we will be with Him perhaps, in our immortal bodies, helping in the “harvest”.

          • SoftStarLight November 9, 2018 at 9:23 pm #

            Yes, I want to be good enough to see Him.

          • capt spaulding November 9, 2018 at 9:29 pm #

            What can I say? Funny is funny. Sorry, but I paid my dues overseas, dodging bullets so I could come back and have the right to say whatever the fuck I want to.

          • Janos Skorenzy November 9, 2018 at 9:47 pm #

            But are you the wheat or the chaff that the wind blows away? The Wheat or the Tares? At the Harvest the two will be separated. Take care that you are among the former and not the latter.

          • capt spaulding November 9, 2018 at 10:16 pm #

            Don’t worry your pretty little head son, I know what I’m capable of, and I’m always careful. That’s how I made it back in a uniform instead of a bodybag.

          • SoftStarLight November 10, 2018 at 12:17 am #

            Of course you have the right to say whatever you want. But that doesn’t necessarily mean you should say certain things. At any rate, I am glad you did make it back home ok.

          • Janos Skorenzy November 10, 2018 at 1:07 am #

            Conflation of the Right to Speak and Speaking the Right: very, very American in the negative sense.

  38. beantownbill. November 9, 2018 at 11:30 am #

    The Kabuki theatre shit show continues. Look behind the stage and see what’s really going on: The last days of the former status quo are upon us, and those that control the wealth and power of the USA are creating diversions while they grab as much of our remaining resources as they can.

    Americans like to think they are a free people and can control the country’s destiny through the vote. The issue is, we were never free, we have always been manipulated. In the hi-tech 20th and 21st centuries, that manipulation has been elevated to an art form.

    Politics is a sitcom, reality tv and professional sports watching all rolled up into one giant hairball that doesn’t do anyone any good and eventually will vomit itself up. So instead of arguing about dems and repubs, let’s talk about overpopulation, diminishing resources and environmental destruction.

    The current discussions become so tiresome. Isn’t it obvious that political parties are all the same – an anathema to most every citizen?
    And isn’t it obvious that people erroneously buy into it? Just look at the number of comments here since JHK began regularly posting about politics; there’s been an increase from 600 or 700 per week to 1500 (I understand why Jim is posting like he has. He is accurately analyzing what’s happening. Always has been).

    • “So instead of arguing about dems and repubs, let’s talk about overpopulation, diminishing resources and environmental destruction.”

      Good luck getting traction with that conversation.

      You’ll find most people are totally brain rotted. Its the lack of reading a real newspaper – yeah, laugh all you want .

      The other thing is cars. Hear me out: cumulatively, a person in the US spends 4.8 years in their car. This displacement of the body’s function is not balanced. This year’s spent in a car are equivalent to a body at rest per metabolic calculation. Stay with me. At rest a body is about 60-80% metabolically active than at ‘alert’ but ‘resting’. I.e, standing around waiting in line for a donut or something.

      that’s 42,048 hours at this metabolic rate. As I pointed out, average metabolic rate would burn 100 calories an hour, so the total time in the car comprised 4,204,800 calories. But the were sitting- so, taking the high estimate of 80%, they only burned 3,363840 calories.

      That leaves a caloric deficit of 840,960 calories. there are 3500 calories in a pound of body weight (flabb), so this represents 240 lbs of bodyweight that active metabolic rate would have required. Given what we know about people- life expectancy of 75, a driver at 21 … 54 years of driving. that means about 4.44 pounds per year of pure butt tallow.

      NYT reports: ” American adults continue to put on the pounds. New data shows that nearly 40 percent of them were obese in 2015 and 2016…”

      A cursory examination of patrons of the local grocery reveals a similar proportion in the drivers. (and also, not a small properties that seem to genuinely have what must be called a ‘movement disorder’- gaits that resemble a shuffle, a lope, or otherwise present what can only be described as looking “uncomfortable” or awkward- that is, these people seem unable to move their bodies in a regular and easy fashion.)

      Anyway, to wrap it up, I will hypothesize this metabolic deficit are linked, with a cognitive deficit (I believe the readers supports this) and linked with the preponderance of movement disorder (personal research).

      To bring it home to your point, the cumulative effects of our “first world lifestyle” aka ‘EZ motoring’, have resulted in a cognitively and physically impaired specimen. All the political, sexual, and social confusion can, in my estimation, be combined- let’s just wrap it up into one burrito here: CONFUSION, in general. Thats cognitive engine breaking down. We’re already zombies.

      As our host always implied, the maleficent influence was the environment – that architecture of how we lived out lives, and how we relate to each other and to society. Given the cumulative nature of effects, there has never been a reason not to double down on this thesis.

      The only thing going to stop this slide is that coronal mad election leasing to a sudden interruption of operation of all things digitally controlled. That is, any solution will be accidental. Democracy retains it’s edge over autocracy only because a change aren’t can be elected- by mistake… we can get lucky.

      • “coronal mad election” – coronal mass ejection….. XD

        • stelmosfire November 9, 2018 at 3:01 pm #

          A CME? just more shit to worry about. Of course it can’t happen here. When the cell towers go down all hell will break loose.


          The extreme space weather events of early August 4,1972 had significant impact on the US Navy, which have not been widely reported. These effects, long buried in the Vietnam War archives, add credence to the severity of the storm: a nearly instantaneous, unintended detonation of dozens of sea mines south of Hai Phong, North Vietnam on 4 August 1972. This event occurred near the end of the Vietnam War. The US Navy attributed the dramatic event to ‘magnetic perturbations of solar storms.’ In researching these events we determined that the widespread electric? and communication? grid disturbances that plagued North America and the disturbances in Southeast Asia late on 4 August likely resulted from propagation of major eruptive activity from the Sun to the Earth. The activity fits the description of a Carrington?class storm minus the low latitude aurora reported in 1859. We provide insight into the solar, geophysical and military circumstances of this extraordinary situation. In our view this storm deserves a scientific revisit as a grand challenge for the space weather community, as it provides space?age terrestrial observations of what was likely a Carrington?class storm

      • elysianfield November 9, 2018 at 12:41 pm #

        The other thing is cars. Hear me out: cumulatively, a person in the US spends 4.8 years in their car. This displacement of the body’s function is not balanced. This year’s spent in a car are equivalent to a body at rest per metabolic calculation. Stay with me. At rest a body is about 60-80% metabolically active than at ‘alert’ but ‘resting’. I.e, standing around waiting in line for a donut or something.”

        If the above be the case, and cause and effect accurate, what does it say of our Academics who sit on their asses to a much greater degree? What of editors at the NYT?

        Those who read the NYT,
        Moralize to you and me,
        Those who write that lofty pap
        REALLY must be full of crap….,

        • I craft these comments out of whole cloth! I gave you the back of the envelope.

          Its all part and parcel Jim’s theories about the (medically) malign landscape. Jim’s analysis has always had a psychological inflection toward the emotive effects of “the crapscape”. There are many aspects to that psychological forcing.

          A man is a man plus his environment. Immediately it is the body. And then by extension, the environment, including the whole supply chain.

          The voter who can’t think straight – the papers, disappearing, unread – the miles and hours spent in vehicles – the absolute caloric bottom line – the links between cognition and physical fitness – standing and sitting – the tradeoffs we make for convenience – the necessary commutes – the digital siloing – the addictive food – smartphones dominating.

          Now multiply by days, months, and years.. the cumulative effects.

          I don’t think the cancerous nature of our arrangements is obvious unless you realize scientific research bears out these effects. For example, the last study (psychology) on car commuting I looked at basically boiled down to: its bad for you, and there is no way to minimize it. You can have a longer or shorter commute, but the harm is proportional to the time spent.

          I don’t know about the editors at the NYT. Do they commute by car? They don’t have to. Academics? Lets say you have tenure or just a permanent job on a campus. If you’re smart you minimize that commute. If you’re smart, you pay the difference and eliminate it. An academic is not a lazy person. You are up, walking across a campus where cars are banned. You’re engaging with real people. You read and respect journals, and you consult with colleagues are are equally learned and wise. You bang undergrads in the broom closet. But I digress. This is not the demographic I was referring to.

          I know people make tradeoffs in this economy. One of the first is, I’ll buy this house, and then commute to my job (these are urban areas) a source of danger, panic, stress, and anxiety every day. This adds up! 4.4 pounds of fat per year.

          And that fat, aka adipose tissue, sits there leaking hormones and chemical messages of a malign character. Not good.

          • SoftStarLight November 9, 2018 at 8:44 pm #

            This is interesting.

  39. Acting AG candidate Whitaker’s a dirtbag. NYT reports Whitaker say on board of company that “bilked thousands of customers out of millions of dollars”… he used his cachet (?) as “former federal prosector” to threaten frustrated customers. A federal judge shit the company down in Florida.

    The judgement found the company scammed its customers and fined the company 26 million dollars.

    This is the acting AG (AGs must be approved by Senate).

    Bunch of crooks, nothing new here

    • libertysghost November 9, 2018 at 11:56 am #

      Why would any self respecting person quote a mockingbird press organ like the NY Times these days. You must have missed Jim’s most recent point today on that propaganda rag. They are a bunch of crooks…of which you quote to describe your enemy as a “crook”.

      Well then how could anyone argue with your point then? Jajjajajja

      Consider the essay contents when you paste your talking points. Jim (and others here) doesn’t like Trump…But on levels of “danger to our nation” he is obviously the lesser of the two evils And for all the “corruption” you pretend to expose about him or this new Interim AG, they didn’t sell you a war in Iraq killing hundreds of thousands of people and stealing trillions of our wealth like the NY Times did. Chew on that “(just) one example”.

      • SoftStarLight November 9, 2018 at 11:58 am #

        He works in their marketing department and holds a lot of shares in the company. He is also super good buddies with Carlos Slim ;-).

      • The NYT informs me. Even when it’s biased.

        That’s the difference between me and you chuckleheads. You can’t figure shit or for yourself and have locked out all journalism. You’re intellectually lazy. You want spoonfed facts from a source whose veracity is preternaturally inviolable.

        Yeah, reach for dictionary.com, you illiterate morons…

        You guys remind me of a bunch of babies. I met this guy- nice enough guy- a few months ago. Seemed intelligent enough. Until he started hacking and guffawing because the paper didn’t tell him what he wanted to hear- so he says, in effect, I’m not gonna play the game, and so he’s eshewed all paper, all media ( he says).

        Intellectually and emotionally immature reaction, thinks I. A babyish baby boomer?

        Anyway, go stick your head in a silo of confirmation bias with the rest of your cohort.

        • Ol' Scratch November 9, 2018 at 12:44 pm #

          Classy comeback. Are you rapid fire shoveling snack cakes into your hole this morning, or what?

          But kudos are yours nonetheless. It takes some major nerve to go out in public and actively shill for the NYT these days. How do you do it?

          • Huge balls. It’s not for everybody. I’m phthalate free, that helps.

          • Walter B November 9, 2018 at 12:59 pm #

            Surely Little Dickey is paid to promote the worthless rag (except for fire starting and soaking up dog pee) or he/she/it just likes arguing with people.

          • hmuller November 10, 2018 at 10:43 pm #

            The Sunday NY Times performs a very important function. You can use it to wrap up 3 homeless people against the cold.

        • SoftStarLight November 9, 2018 at 1:54 pm #

          You are just mad because the young don’t buy your baby boomer propaganda. Your head is the silo Mr. NYT but there is always hope for you! I will keep praying ;-).

          • Walter B November 9, 2018 at 10:03 pm #

            No, probably no hope SSL, but no matter either. Perhaps he is firmly lodged in the mindset of the day when newspapers actually reported events and news and shined the light of truth on the goings on about us. Before the media, the ENTIRE media was bought off to prevent such enlightenment. Anyone who could dedicate the 19 minutes to listen to or to listen to, once again this speech will understand that, there was indeed a Great Conspiracy (the president’s words, not mine) and that hiding the truth was an important tool towards their goal:


            Our NYT friend has simply forgotten, or has chosen to deny that in a place where everything is for sales, everything, eventually gets bought our (sold out).

          • SoftStarLight November 10, 2018 at 2:03 am #

            Very interesting! It’s amazing to think that President Kennedy’s words are so 2018. So this infiltration and subversion he speaks of has unfortunately been going on for a long tine. And the press has aided it…

          • Walter B November 10, 2018 at 6:01 am #

            As it is written SSL, “The thing that hath been, it is that which shall be; and that which is done is that which shall be done: and there is no new thing under the sun”.

          • cbeard November 10, 2018 at 8:55 am #

            I grew up watching the nightly news with David Brinkley and Chet Huntley. You should not be able to detect the political leanings of reporters. They should stick to reporting and not spouting propaganda and proselytizing their beliefs on the public. Every night, the network news leads off with some Trump hit piece and the reporter giving it can’t say Trump’s name without venom in their voice. Like it or not, Trump is the last hope for America.

  40. volodya November 9, 2018 at 11:40 am #

    Ozone, it’s great this “service economy”, yeah, you wash my underwear and I’ll make you dinner. Brilliant. You deposit your savings and the bank rips you off, every employee you look at a budding Bernie Madoff. Stunning. Only towering intellects like Larry Summers could’ve cooked this up, and oh, whatsiz name, Paul Krugman over at the NYT. Task Rabbit? Uber? Airbnb? Blow me.

    Industrial arts got axed from high schools as unworthy of modern times. And so what have we got? It’s lamentable, this inability to manipulate even basic tools. You mention shovels. And there’s rakes and people that get dizzy on the third rung of a ladder.

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  41. janet November 9, 2018 at 12:10 pm #

    “let’s talk about overpopulation, diminishing resources and environmental destruction. The current discussions become so tiresome. Isn’t it obvious that political parties are all the same” —beantown bill

    Tell me if I understand correctly: you are saying on issues like overpopulation, diminishing resources, and environmental destruction the solutions proposed by both parties are the same?

    I respectfully disagree and I can provide incontrovertible objective proof that the parties are NOT the same.

    One of the parties wants the EPA to disappear, the other wants to strengthen the EPA. One party wants governmement regulation, the other wants multinational corporations to have free reign because, you know, their is an invisible hand that rules free markets.

    There are literally dozens, hundreds of ways the parties are NOT the same. Millions of people go vote because they understand this simple truth.

    • Ol' Scratch November 9, 2018 at 12:38 pm #

      ‘Wants’ vs ‘deeds’. That’s where the analysis begins. Oh sure, Team D claims to “want” to do a lot of things. Given the chance however, which they are once every 12-20 years or so, what do they actually “do?” Demonstrably, very little or nothing at all every time. Hence their current predicament where even when they “win,” they lose by becoming more and more like the party they supposedly “oppose.” Someone’s being snookered here, and it certainly isn’t the people who’ve rejected their childish bullshit and will literally vote for ANYONE who isn’t Team D (or simply not vote at all) and will help implode the current system.

    • beantownbill. November 9, 2018 at 2:28 pm #

      Look, first, specific problems must be identified, like overpopulation, diminishing resources, etc. Then plans must be drawn up to deal with these issues. Given that we’ve put men on the moon, significantly extended human lifespans since the early 1900’s, can discover the existence off 3000+ planets quadrillions of miles away, why haven’t we been able to resolve our most pressing problems? On the surface, the 2 political parties seem very different, as you say, but when one looks under the surface, the results are the same.

      George Washington was so right: Beware political parties. The ultimate goal of each of them is identical – remain in power at any cost and grab
      the most you can while the grabbing is still good.

      • malthuss November 9, 2018 at 6:59 pm #

        Technology and human nature are 2 very different things.
        That is why.

        Stalin had a solution.
        I learned of the ‘road of bones’ just this very day.

  42. SoftStarLight November 9, 2018 at 12:12 pm #

    Thanks for keepin it real Mr. K and I hope you have an awesome weekend!! 🙂

  43. marcus1 November 9, 2018 at 12:43 pm #

    “The result has been two years with no evidence of Trump-Russia collusion …”

    More Wing-Nut blather from JHK. Another victim of we want our fake news and we want now hysteria, and a president that has diarrhea of the mouth disease.

    Let’s wait for Mueller’s report before we talk about evidence or the lack thereof

    • beantownbill. November 9, 2018 at 2:37 pm #

      Your consistent name-calling serves no purpose other than to advance divisiveness. You are correct, however, to wait until Mueller’s report comes out. It’s pretty obvious to me that his report will not resolve much of the doubt that exists today. After all, no man wants to admit he wasted 2 years of his life for nothing. I hope I’m wrong.

  44. janet November 9, 2018 at 12:48 pm #

    Funny how when all the votes are counted there really was a blue wave. Millions more voted for Democrats.

    The blue wave could not be stopped by voter suppression, purging voter rolls, reducing the number of places where one can vote, moving voting places outside city limits far from public transportation, publicizing fake addresses for voting locations, publicizing fake dates for the election, announcing law enforcement would be looking for nonexistent voter fraud, changing the ID requirements at the last minute, invalidating voter registrations with illegal exact match rules, etc.

    Even in encouraging voting the parties are not the same. One party puts obstacles in the way of voters.

    • SoftStarLight November 9, 2018 at 1:57 pm #

      Yep, I am sure you were busy creating ballots and helping out with all the fraud just like you help the invaders break the law. Enjoy it while it lasts.

    • tucsonspur November 9, 2018 at 3:08 pm #

      See my “Wipeout” video on the blue wave.


      • SoftStarLight November 9, 2018 at 3:44 pm #

        That was fun :-).

  45. Exscotticus November 9, 2018 at 1:01 pm #

    >>> Readers seem perplexed as to why I keep writing about Russia-gate.</i?

    No, Sir. We are perplexed why approximately 50% of America believes in Trump-Russia collusion despite no evidence whatsoever, while ignoring the unequivocal evidence of Hillary/Democratic collusion that is everywhere.

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    • seawolf77 November 9, 2018 at 2:58 pm #

      You keep repeating that lie. If there was no evidence of collusion, the investigation would have been over long ago. Instead 6 have pleaded guilty and 30 some odd people have been indicted. Manafort coordinated a campaign for former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych, and was essentially pro-Russian mole. When a Virginia court convicted Paul Manafort, U.S. President Donald Trump’s former campaign chairman, on charges of tax and bank fraud and concealing foreign bank accounts, a certain Ukrainian politician felt a surge of vindication. Serhiy Leshchenko, a member of the Ukrainian parliament and a former journalist, revealed the existence in 2016 of the so-called “black ledger”—a list of secret payments made by Ukraine’s pro-Russian Party of Regions to Manafort and others. The list detailed the vast sums Manafort earned as a political consultant abroad, some of which he concealed from U.S. authorities.

      • FincaInTheMountains November 9, 2018 at 3:47 pm #

        If there was no evidence of collusion, the investigation would have been over long ago.

        There was no investigation, it was an attempt to resolve the issue of power.

      • Exscotticus November 9, 2018 at 4:25 pm #

        >>> If there was no evidence of collusion, the investigation would have been over long ago. Instead 6 have pleaded guilty and 30 some odd people have been indicted.

        6 have pleaded guilty to Russia collusion? To assisting Russia in tampering with the 2016 POTUS election? Which six is that?

        Dude there’s more evidence that Google and FB colluded with Russia to tamper with the 2016 POTUS election.

        I said there’s no evidence of Trump-Russia collusion. Key word is TRUMP. I said it and it’s true. Prove me wrong.

        • seawolf77 November 9, 2018 at 4:51 pm #

          The meeting at Trump Tower. The re-write of the history of that meeting, including Trump himself. The encouragement of Trump to hack the DNC email server. The treatment of Putin by Trump, indicating a quid pro quo. The changing of the Republican platform when Manafort arrived. And on and on and on.

          • Exscotticus November 9, 2018 at 8:00 pm #

            >>> The meeting at Trump Tower.

            Meeting with Russians is collusion? Then most of DC is guilty, including every Democrat in office.

            >>> The encouragement of Trump to hack the DNC email server

            That wasn’t collusion; that was Trump helping Hillary find the missing 30k emails she deleted in her criminal cover-up. Trump did nothing in secret; he repeatedly used it as a talking point in his speeches. He didn’t plan or coordinate anything with the Russians. No money exchanged hands. Can’t say the same for Team Hillary and that Steele dossier…

            >>> The treatment of Putin by Trump, indicating a quid pro quo.

            What treatment are you referring to? Links?

            >>> The changing of the Republican platform when Manafort arrived. And on and on and on.

            What are you talking about? Links?

            Dude you sound like a conspiracy theorist nutter. Got anything like the DNC emails that actually literally show collusion to undermine Bernie Sanders? Got anything like the FBI emails where a “Top Agent Said F.B.I. Would Stop Trump From Becoming President”. Anything like that?

          • seawolf77 November 9, 2018 at 9:10 pm #

            Dude, quit saying dude. You sound like a retard Big Lebowski. Meeting with Russians who are purportedly offering you dirt on HRC is by definition collusion. Let’s invert this. What in your mind is collusion? What would Trump have to do to have colluded? You sit there and say so he had a meeting with the Russians? Big deal. So he lied about what the meeting was about? C’mon man. Everybody does. I talk to Russians about the Clintons almost every week. I could show you Trump performing fellatio on Putin and you would day he’s trying to quit smoking. You Trumptards. He did plan and coordinate with the Russians. He did pay off a porn star and Playmate in violation of campaign finance laws. He did fire AG Sessions and put a stooge to sabotage the Mueller probe.

          • Janos Skorenzy November 9, 2018 at 9:48 pm #

            You need to work on your tude, dude.

          • seawolf77 November 9, 2018 at 9:59 pm #

            Blow me Maude.

          • Exscotticus November 9, 2018 at 10:36 pm #

            >>> Dude, quit saying dude.

            Dude, make me.

          • Exscotticus November 9, 2018 at 10:40 pm #

            >>> Meeting with Russians who are purportedly offering you dirt on HRC is by definition collusion.

            If that’s your standard of measure, then Team Hillary and the FBI are guilty as well. You do realize that both paid MI6 agent Steele to produce dirt on Trump. Do you want to Google that yourself or do you need links?

          • seawolf77 November 10, 2018 at 8:29 pm #

            What is this italics vs regular font shit you pull? Do we think we’re clever? Or original? Just do what everyone else does. Refute the point made. There is no need for you to to reinforce the counter point with your repetition of the point. We get it. We can follow without your help. I know it’s hard for you to fathom. We can. We don’t need your assistance. Trust me Scrotum. We get it.

          • Exscotticus November 10, 2018 at 11:29 pm #

            >>> Refute the point made.

            Wow that was a whole lot of deflection! Follow your own advice. Refute the point made…

            >>> You do realize that both paid MI6 agent Steele to produce dirt on Trump. Do you want to Google that yourself or do you need links?

            Are you going to refute this or just bitch some more about my choice of formatting?

            I think your “wolf” was lost at sea…

      • Janos Skorenzy November 9, 2018 at 6:30 pm #

        That’s just the regular dishonesty which Ex lauds as par for the course, a sign of health even. We’re talking about the Big Time, an attempt to invalidate the election by slandering President Trump. A soft coup. The Conspirators must be brought to justice.

  46. beantownbill. November 9, 2018 at 2:48 pm #

    Speaking of the environment, why do people construct housing that sits on the edge of hillsides in earthquake-prone areas, and at sea level in hurricane areas? Maybe for the same reasons they vote for the same greedy, corrupt politicians time and time again with the same result. Remember what Einstein said about the definition of insanity.

    • The merry-go-round between developers and local government is well-known.

      Developer says, vote for this guy- he’s going to be issuing the no-bid contract I’ll be taking over…. Politician says, I’ve got the support of local business. And he sure does.

    • Janos Skorenzy November 9, 2018 at 6:32 pm #

      INsurance money? Have I just come up with a new way to scam the system or has it been going on since forever?

    • malthuss November 9, 2018 at 7:01 pm #

      Remember what Einstein said about the definition of insanity.

      2 problems with that.
      1—Al never said that.
      2–that is not a definition of insanity. Sounds more like scientific research.

      • beantownbill. November 9, 2018 at 9:42 pm #

        1. In reality no one really knows who first made that quote, but it has been attributed to Einstein.

        2. IMO this is a valid definition of insanity, one of many.

    • cbeard November 10, 2018 at 1:16 pm #

      Its true. You can’t fix stupid.

  47. FincaInTheMountains November 9, 2018 at 3:41 pm #

    The Battle for the Department of Justice

    It seems that Trump took over the full power and clearly showed that he no longer intends to justify himself and be accountable for his actions to the Democratic House of Representatives, especially since it will become so only in January, but for now his order of the President is a law for US officials. Moreover, until January 25, the majority in both chambers of the congress belong to the Republican Party. But this now is the Trump party, as almost all Hillary’s agents in the Republican Party lost the election and would not dare to go against Trump in the time remaining.

    I remind you that in 2017, General Flynn almost got jailed, on the basis of Logan Act of 1786, prohibiting US citizens from interfering in US foreign policy, even if they represent a newly elected president. Or, as Hillary, who then commanded the United States, said, issuing her orders as if they were President Obama’s orders: One president at a time.

  48. FincaInTheMountains November 9, 2018 at 3:42 pm #

    And General Flynn prevented Hillary Clinton from trying to arrange a nuclear war by ensuring that Russian diplomats were evacuated on time, before the 72 hours they had to leave the United States expired. And there is little doubt that after the end of this period, they would have been arrested at the airport on January 2, undoubtedly causing Moscow’s retaliatory measures to become casus belli.

    And Hillary, having turned this trick in 2017, in 2018 forgot about the effect of change of arms and Logan Act, which she herself activated in 1994, having shown an extraordinary ability to foresee troubles and complications of her position.

    And yesterday, Judge Kavanaugh was solemnly sworn in as a Justice of the US Supreme Court, and Matthew Whitaker, who is known for his plan to nail Mueller’s investigation, was appointed Acting Attorney General.

    • Exscotticus November 9, 2018 at 4:31 pm #

      Notice the MSM’s narrative today regarding Ruth Bader Ginsburg? She’s “up and working”. Nothing to see here. Move along.

      • And so she is. This is great news, actually. There is nothing like a couple broken bones to get the immune and bone-remodeling biochemistry humming. Its a shot in the arm that will keep RBG on a glide path to retirement in 2030

        • Exscotticus November 9, 2018 at 8:02 pm #

          >>> There is nothing like a couple broken bones to get the immune and bone-remodeling biochemistry humming.

          You say that, yet I don’t see you paying anyone to break yours. And I bet many would do it for free!

        • Tate November 9, 2018 at 9:14 pm #

          Not that I would wish anything bad to the old fossil, but “Buzzy” Ginsburg needs to turn the reins over to a younger, more mentally alert individual. There are many qualified candidates who could ably represent the court in a new era of conservative jurisprudence in the spirit of Justice Scalia.

        • elysianfield November 10, 2018 at 10:36 am #

          ” This is great news, actually. There is nothing like a couple broken bones to get the immune and bone-remodeling biochemistry humming. Its a shot in the arm that will keep RBG on a glide path to retirement in 2030″

          When you are in your 8th decade…there is only one glide path….

          In youth, a broken bone or two might provide a positive systemic reaction…and, bones broken as the result of a reckless or abrasive attitude, a positive change in character.

          85? No positives here.


          • That is the contention but I don’t the conventional wisdom

          • Exercise us proorly understood. Rehabilitation is what people should be doing. Temporary disability is the spice of long life. If you don’t want to take a swan dive into the ground to get the same set of parameters, you can try hobbling yourself with duct tape and simulating physical activity. This determined, proscribed exercise of simulated disability will help remodel the relationship between the orienteering systems which, taken for granted, fade over time.

          • elysianfield November 10, 2018 at 6:46 pm #

            The only glide path at an advanced age is very steep and will carry you all the way to the crash site. Minor issues in middle age that would heal become issues of permanent disability and pain when old.

            I did not know this as a fact when young, but in my 70th decade, I understand that a fall down the stairs just might change my lifestyle. You may be wayyy to young to understand this wisdom, but if you live long enough, it will become evident…and you will become…wise.

          • elysianfield November 11, 2018 at 3:23 pm #

            …seventh decade….

  49. FincaInTheMountains November 9, 2018 at 3:43 pm #

    From Democratic benches immediately sounded screams that Trump had no right to do it, but this only contributed to the spread of rumors that Trump went all-in and declared a state of emergency in the country due to the massive fraud of election results by the Democrats (Martial law) and right there, in full compliance with the previous post, like mushrooms after a rain, statements of the losing Republicans appeared about mass falsification of the election results, and the Supreme Court will ultimately deal with this, where Judge Kavanaugh seats, and among the guests invited to participate in this ceremony was the aforementioned acting Attorney General Matthew Whittaker, who will deal with faking elections here and now.

    Here it is, an illustration of the Big Bargain, just many of the participants in it, including the aforementioned Matthew Whittaker, are a bit like a woodchuck – although they are not visible, but they are there!


  50. FincaInTheMountains November 9, 2018 at 4:24 pm #


    Dems wanted it, please get it and sign on the dotted line!

    Remember, Remember the 2000 in Florida. Where are my dimpled chads, baby!

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  51. shabbaranks November 9, 2018 at 5:19 pm #

    James Howard Kunstler wrote in Forecast 2016: Pretend to the Bitter End, the following remark:

    “The good news is that political parties do occasionally blow up and vanish from the scene, and that would be an interesting possible outcome of the 2016 national elections. Trump could accomplish this much more briskly with the Republicans. He’s made it clear already that he feels zero loyalty to the Red Team, and noises offstage can be heard that the party faithful would find some way to either expel or end-run the Donald Creature. Given our litigious society, one outcome of this would be an election held hostage by the courts. Oy vey is mir. Another possibility is that a message would be transmitted to the Trump Team from some combination of rogue elements in the NSA and the US Military that he’d better drop out or else. It would be done in such a way that Trump would not be able to use it for further narcissistic grandstanding. Were that not to happen, and were Trump somehow able to get elected, I predict there will be a coup d’état against him inside of April 2017. Hello constitutional crisis. Where it might go from there, no one can say.”

    The timing may be off a bit but the key elements of his prediction, particularly a play on the second possibility, appear to be developing quite nicely. We are approaching the moment of constitutional crisis.

    Well done, Jim.

  52. Chinese media is reporting that the UN’s count of the Caravan puts the number at a whopping Ten Thousand souls


    Look at them, ready to work- in the fields, the construction sites, behind the counter of your fast food restaurant.

    Lets not forget that by the time this 10,000 people get here, another 10,000 will have landed with visas in hand.

    Real estate agents and landlords – rejoice!

    The rent will be paid by a network of Christian charities. Already donations of food and clothing and appropriate vouchers for various accoutremout of western-style suburban living have been staged.

    The Lawyers are stepping up! They will be handling all of our domestic asylum cases that will drag on, and on, probably for years.

    The manufacturing company that makes pop-up tents- durable and UV-resistant to weather the extreme conditions of the high desert – they salute! To profits- and for the Chinese, who assemble and ship them here.

    But what about the 50,000 citizenship lottery winners annually? Those are the very lucky indeed. They spun the wheel, and paid not a small sum to a broker who helped them with the paperwork. It was a high price- but worth the effort. Everybody pitches in, and when they WIN WIN WIN big, they will one day be able to bring in ALL of their substantial family relations… Moms, Dads, Grandparents, cousins, brothers and sisters. What luck! They pray every day and every night to their deities. A lot of kneeling but worth it.

    Corporate America is smiling today, because they see that our systems of production and consumption are running smooth- profits are up, and spirits are up even higher. Officially we’re at 2% unemployment- everyone is working harder and getting paid more and more. The quality of life, envy of the world, is curving parabolically toward the sky…

    Today the United States will pump more oil out of the ground than at any time in history.

    What a time to be alive.

  53. holtrp November 9, 2018 at 5:46 pm #

    One might adduce that he did not turn up anything significant, since, if he had discovered treasonous collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia, it would have merited public action by now.

    The investigation has resulted in dozens of indictments for federal crimes, and at least eight guilty pleas or convictions. Way more results than the circus side-show run by the republican controlled house into the Benghazi ‘investigation’ and subsequent email scandal.

  54. I think it should be clear that at 10,000 individuals the bum rush is going to be unstoppable.

    I wonder what the strategy is at the Pentagon. Some sort of drone strategy maybe. Drop nets on them from above. Then move in with tasers and dogs.

    The media has already probably already staked out the best vantages so we’ll get some live feeds of the action. Already republican and democrat speechwriters are hammering out copy.

    (migrants/invaders) are (victims/greedy) coming to (occupy/live free) in (America / Nation of Immigrants) by the (grace of god/good will of our people) for (cheap labor / the American Dream) which will (enrich us all / steal our jobs).

    Later, the cameras will zoom in on emotional tears from Americans in the Heartland… for many, it will be both a moral outrage and a conviction of core values. Outrage, justified, core values, vindicated. We are a nation of Immigrants!

    This message will be promulgated by all the radio stations that are exclusively spanish-speaking, and carried by affiliates throughout the Americas. Tentatively, millions will start their own journeys… to the official US state department web pages detailing the procedures to claim asylum in one of 22 languages. They will dream big- and assess the value of all their belongings. The trip will not be cheap.

    Many will make sacrifices, but many also believe only God is in control. Surely He will not harm little angels. These kids must shoulder the responsibility for success in the United States- choose the one with the brightest eyes, the biggest smiles. Surely he can work in the restaurants patronized by the rich Americans. With a winning personality, he will be able to save and send back, and one day, purchase the entire family’s emancipation.

    Packed together like sardines in the darkness of a box truck, they will sweat for ten hours, being jolted and shaken and listening to the drone of the truck exhaust as it races northward to the sanctuary state, the distant relative, the underground smuggling network, the backdoor deal.

    Their salvation, in a chicken farm, vast, loud and putrid. Scraping feces off a metal screened floor in three hour shifts. They’ll have quarters on site, not far enough from the smell, where they’ll bunk with 24 others.

    In the suburbs a woman will pause in between checking her twitter feed to examine the sad picture of a poor Honduran girl’s tears. She has been treated so inhumanely, and her heart is moved. She’s got a few dollars in the Paypal account. What the hell, she says, and gives $100. From this she draws in her breath, fortified by her own leaping generosity. She has transcended.

    Later that night, at the Margherita bar with her sister-friends, the busboy stands awkwardly to the side of the server, who asks if they would like another round. A tray of dirty dishes, and maybe some cash left on the table. He makes his way to the sink in the back room which is manned by four squat amigos, donned in rubber gloves, Wash, Rinse, Sanitize, dry – they are machine indispensable to the industry.

    Wash, Rinse, Sanitize, Dry, get a ride home, to the convenience store, back to the soccer on TV. There are 8 people in this apartment, but only 4 at any given time. When they are not working, they are networking. Any job, anywhere, for whatever price- as long as it is in cash, no questions asked. Laying stone, in the mud, doing jobs Americans never see let alone do.

    Today might mean being up at 5 AM, then to a worksite, to haul heavy stones. This landscaping will increase the resale value of a house: tear this out, put this in, no, not like that- get someone who can read english. Assemble it. Look at the work, never at the gringos. Don’t talk to people, just smile. At 3PM, the labor is over- and the owner is pleased. He peels off a few $100 from his stack. He just made several thousands of dollars in profit. He assures them he will need more work soon.

    They all pile into an extended pickup truck. The driver has an state-issued ID- this state doesn’t discriminate. They all pitch in for the thirsty V-8 Diesel as well as the various gasoline powered implements. They spend ten minutes at the apartment to change and clean up, then its off to the restaurant where the late afternoon business class is just starting to get drunk.

    Its a frenzy of activity before, during, and after the rush, and at 1AM they are back at the apartment, barely disrobing to sleep on blankets spread out on the floor.

    Somewhere in a large metropolitan city, a man stares at a headline and feels a burst of pride in our government. This is who we are, he thinks. We help people help themselves. Putting the paper down, as he is merely browsing, never buying a copy, he makes a mental note give Juan, who mows his lawn every other week (whether it needs it or not) an extra $50. I’m the boss – he thinks – a “GOOD” boss. I just gave him a raise!

    Somewhere, some place, in America….

    • Janos Skorenzy November 9, 2018 at 6:35 pm #

      Yes, they are Scabs one and all. We’ll never get better conditions for workers at this rate. The Left used to understand this. But then they saw a Path to Power, got the Unions on board, and the workers qua workers better shut up and get with the program.

    • Exscotticus November 9, 2018 at 8:14 pm #

      >>> I think it should be clear that at 10,000 individuals the bum rush is going to be unstoppable.

      Oh I think the US military is well prepared. They’re well aware of the “optics”. The only violence we’re going to see will be on the part of the mob, and the response will be measured and justified.

      • seawolf77 November 9, 2018 at 9:47 pm #

        Like Kent State.

        • Exscotticus November 9, 2018 at 10:32 pm #

          Right. A violent unlawful mob of 10,000 gimmigrants invading the USA is JUST LIKE the antiwar student protestors at Kent State. Got any other idiotic analogies?

          • seawolf77 November 10, 2018 at 8:22 pm #

            Wrong again Maude!

    • SoftStarLight November 9, 2018 at 8:54 pm #

      Interesting that these people don’t seem to be too concerned about less fortunate, fellow citizens……..

      • GreenAlba November 10, 2018 at 12:32 pm #

        Interesting that these people don’t seem to be too concerned about less fortunate, fellow citizens…=== SSL

        Perhaps they’ve spent too much time in church listening to preachers saying things like ‘ ‘Yes – that happens after most people have been wiped out being that it is referring to the time after the second coming.’ Because listening to things like that week after week could de-sensitise a person to human suffering, to use the modern parlance that these stout Christian hearts find so politically correct and just so damned…sympathetic.

        Except that wasn’t a preacher, that was you. No attenuating adverbs like, ‘unfortunately’ or ‘tragically’, let alone ‘heartbreakingly’, because stout Christian hearts don’t break at the thought of those who do not share their beliefs being ‘wiped out’, even if that ‘wiping out’ takes the forms described in the depraved hallucinatory ravings some saw fit to include in their ‘holy book’ as a ‘Revelation’ to be thereafter taken as, ahem… gospel. And even if some of the ‘wiped out’ are suckling at their mother’s breast at the time. Tough titty indeed. You picked the wrong titty, didn’t you, little toothless sinner? When they said Jesus loves you they didn’t mean you.

        No, the adherents of this particular religion of love (if you don’t like this one, we have others) are only pained by the suffering of one of their own. So the person whose response to a story about alleged racist murders in South Africa is to say ‘Its hard to even read let alone not almost wail in grief….. seems unfazed at the thought of a murdered white South African farmer instead being saved for a time so that he could be even more brutally disposed of by her loving Jesus because this same farmer believes, like a whole lot of good but rational people, that her religion, like all religions, was created by humans. And the black murderer is only going to murder him once – god is going to torture him for eternity. Who would you choose?

        Note that ‘created by humans’ doesn’t mean it’s all bad. As well as vile depravity and divine incitements to genocide, murder and rape, the book (or rather, books) also contain(s) great wisdom. They contain both of these conflicting things because they were written by humans – and inspired by both human goodness and human terrors. Which is, incidentally, why the details of the gospels don’t even agree on the ‘facts’.

        And also why one of them lists the direct descendence of Jesus from King David (to fulfil the prophesy, don’tcha know) – this one begat that one and that one begat yet another one, till the blood line runs right down to Joseph. Who is, as is hard to ignore if you’ve read it as often as I had to, not Jesus’ dad. You couldn’t really make this stuff up, could you? Or rather you could. Because people actually did. I used to listen to the minister of our church – who was an absolutely lovely man – read out this list of begettings every December and I’d ask myself every time how someone so much cleverer than I was couldn’t see that it made absolutely no sense.

        Anyway, please don’t insult even an intelligence as mediocre as mine with the idea that you can simultaneously be ‘concerned about your less fortunate fellow citizens’ yet look forward with such equanimity to them being burned in the hell you hope your ‘goodness’ will enable you to escape, as you recline on your virtuous laurels and watch them suffer their well deserved eternal torment, often only for the ‘sin’ of thinking for themselves. And it won’t even occur to you to wonder how your god of compassion can be so obviously less compassionate and so obviously more brutal than either the most ordinary or the most brutal of his own creations. That would involve thinking outside the box. And inside the box it is so safe and warm and self-congratulatory – why would you even want to step outside and look at the box from another angle?

        Please don’t think this is a personal attack on you, SSL. It’s an attack on the beliefs that you probably inherited and that you refuse to question. You just stand out because the naivety of your unquestioning devotion to both fundamentalist Christianity and white supremacist hate memes is so bloodcurdling.

        It remains a source of irony to me that a blog hosted by a Jewish person with no religious beliefs can so strongly attract both vile antisemites and those who talk endlessly as if their religious beliefs were in some way self-evident. It is most notable when such ironies are demonstrated in the same person. Thinking of your hate-filled mentor here, rather than you, but the apparent ease of your progress in that unfortunate direction is a cause for sadness in at least one who has not yet been de-sensitised by a much longer life than yours.

        Apologies for the long post, but at least I’m not copy-pasting thousands of someone else’s words, as is so often done on here.

        • SoftStarLight November 10, 2018 at 3:28 pm #

          Well that is alot to take in lol. I don’t want anyone to burn in hell though. I instead hope that everyone would eventually see the light. And yes, it all appears subjective when a person doesn’t believe, but it doesn’t make it not true. You suggested you have never had a paranormal experience. Could it be because you are not allowing yourself to be open to things that are not purely rational and logical? I don’t care if anyone thinks I am crazy or not. I have had many experiences with the unexplainable. So to me it is self-evident and obviously is self-evident to others here. But I am not downing anyone to whom it is not. In fact I am very used to ridicule for my beliefs and that is ok too. God is way too complex for any of us to keep up with and I won’t pretend I understand it all. I do admit that sometimes power and force are amazing to me because I am a person with little power and force and so it kinda mesmerizes me and yes I do have to be careful about that fault.

          In terms of racism, I will just say that it has become more understandable to me over time although yes I was exposed to it as I was growing up. I sometimes argued with my Dad about it when I was younger but it makes sense to me now. I experienced healthy doses of reverse racism in school and when I have worked, and somtimes just daily life. I am just more comfortable with White people. I don’t want violence and war but I do think we should live separately.

          • GreenAlba November 10, 2018 at 4:02 pm #

            Stick with the racism, SSL, if it’s the best you can do. Don’t add apocalyptic religion to it because that makes it infinitely more dangerous and strikes terror in ordinary decent people. But maybe y’all enjoy that.

            And don’t patronise me until you’ve lived as long as I have, thanks. I’ve believed what you do – but without the psychopathic trappings – for almost twice as long as you’ve been alive.

            I’m a person with no power whatsoever so that’s no excuse for being a potential sop for any passing demagogue. We’ve been here before, on this continent. You’re still a bit virginal as far as living the real consequences of vile ideologies.

            “And yes, it all appears subjective when a person doesn’t believe, but it doesn’t make it not true. ”

            And yes, it all appears subjective when a person believes, but it doesn’t make it true.


          • GreenAlba November 10, 2018 at 4:04 pm #

            “You suggested you have never had a paranormal experience. Could it be because you are not allowing yourself to be open to things that are not purely rational and logical?”

            It could possibly be that ‘paranormal’ is a category error.

          • SoftStarLight November 10, 2018 at 6:56 pm #

            Your attempt to make eveything about logic, rationality, category errors, etc. pushes me further away. I am super happy for you that you have a complete handle on all the facts and you know exactly how the universe works. Is the Queen communicating with me :-)? I am not understanding what exactly is sriking fear into hearts??? I said I would hope that all see the light. None of us has a say in how God organized the world. It is not my fault He is coming back and yes He is going to wipe out evil. I don’t recall ever reading that White people can’t commit evil. Nope we will all answer for our deeds. In the meanwhile He did make it clear that He made different tribes and peoples and I think He made it clear at Babel He didn’t want us mixing. I think you might be angry with Him????

          • GreenAlba November 10, 2018 at 7:30 pm #

            How can I be angry with something I believe humans have invented?

            Your psychoanalytical skills are not great, but they are fairly typical of patronising religious people. I would say ‘don’t give up the day job’, but clearly that does not apply.

            I don’t believe you have yet merited a telegram from her Maj, this being a new thread 🙂 .

            And your first sentence merely underlines the foolishness of expecting you to think rationally.

            That you or anyone else believes what you believe doesn’t bother me in the slightest. That they use language on a non-religious blog that presupposes their belief in a depraved, torturing god is self-evident to the majority of its readers I find lacking in courtesy.

          • SoftStarLight November 10, 2018 at 8:07 pm #

            You say He is depraved and a torturer. That is clearly your religious belief. Kinda like you religiously believe in global warming. You can certainly feel free to do so. I might not be as smart as you in the way you are but that doesn’t mean I am not. So what if I am more prone to emotion or whatever. Sometimes the heart knows more than the mind. You know its true but it’s like you have turned that part of you off or you affect as such. I don’t condemn you or think of you any differently because of it. I feel like you look down at me though. That must be why you say things like “I didn’t expect anything better from you”, etc.

          • SoftStarLight November 10, 2018 at 8:08 pm #

            I am tempted to post a ton so I get that letter from the Queen :-).

          • GreenAlba November 10, 2018 at 8:45 pm #

            As I said, SSL, religious people seem unable, in these matters, not be smugly patronising. It comes with the territory. #notallreligiouspeople, just the same.

            Lack of religious belief is not a religious belief. And your comment about global warming is total idiocy, regardless of your beliefs. If you don’t understand the difference between scientific evidence and belief on the basis of no evidence whatsoever, there’s really nothing to be said.

            If you believe in a god who is going to burn human beings in an everlasting pit you believe in a torturing god. That is your right. As it is the right of fanatical Muslims to believe that your beliefs merit your death. I just hope neither of you ever gets absolute power anywhere near me or mine.

            Post away. The Queen was only kidding – she won’t send you a telegram till you hit 100 (years) and acquire British citizenship. And you wouldn’t like it here – you’d miss the interracial hatred. We have some, but not remotely what you’re used to 🙂 .

          • SpeedyBB November 14, 2018 at 9:21 pm #

            With considerable reluctance do I horn into this exchange between the Queen of Green and Reverend SSL, but I feel compelled to assure one and all that a profuse range of realities exist beyond this shared [everyday, banal] one. I presume, GA, that you have never gobbled down anything Lysergic, or you would be aware that dismissing the so-called ‘paranormal’ is as absurd as sitting down a seance and expecting your wealthy old granny to confide in you where she stashed the dosh.

            Take acid for a brutal awakening to the alternate realities that exist just beyond this shaky/shared one of ours. They won’t make you money or protect you from the jolly jihadists but when you leave the body you will melt into another form. Remember that nothing is created nor destroyed – both elemental physics and the doctrine of Shiva.

            You will not, however, meet a bloodthirsty paranoid Bronze-age tyrant ready to smite you for his amusement, no. Sorry, no Jehovah or God or Allah unless you manage to fantasize one into existence (also not impossible). That aspect of the Desert Death Cults is its least attractive one, from the perspective of one living in a Millennial age.

            Your countryman, Alba, and a towering intellect in his time: “X-rays will prove to be a hoax.”

            — Baron William Thomson Kelvin, as quoted in Marc J. Madou, Fundamentals of Microfabrication: the Science of Miniaturization (2nd ed., 2002)

            (And just to rub it in): “I am afraid I am not in the flight for ‘aerial navigation’. I was greatly interested in your work with kites; but I have not the smallest molecule of faith in aerial navigation other than ballooning or of expectation of good results from any of the trials we hear of. So you will understand that I would not care to be a member of the aëronautical Society.” – also Lord Kelvin

    • elysianfield November 10, 2018 at 10:38 am #

      “I think it should be clear that at 10,000 individuals the bum rush is going to be unstoppable.”

      What is clear is that you are not familiar with the carnage of WWI….

  55. janet November 9, 2018 at 6:32 pm #

    Trump has left the country? How can he go off to Paris in the moment our country is being invaded. Remember the invasion? Anyone? Or was the imagined invasion just a cheap political stunt, a slap in the face of our military? Welcome immigrants. LEGALIZE THEM NOW!

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  56. Biography of the CA shooter. It should be required reading. The New York Times. $3

    A demented intention to kill people. An expression of indifference or cruelty. A prelude to an end to everything.

    But then, the calculation, the strategy, of choosing a number.


    • malthuss November 9, 2018 at 7:03 pm #

      Rumor is that he was into jihad. A holy martyr for Allah.

      • SoftStarLight November 9, 2018 at 8:59 pm #

        He posted to Instagram during the shooting and was hoping to get attention for how easy it was for him to pull it off. Sounds kinda staged?

        • Exscotticus November 9, 2018 at 10:34 pm #

          And he was right. The MSM actually temporarily stopped their Trump-bashing for an hour or so to cover it!

          • SoftStarLight November 10, 2018 at 12:29 am #

            But the sad part is that they already back at it…

    • Tate November 9, 2018 at 9:06 pm #

      Was he an Incel? You see what feminism ultimately accomplishes? Expect this on a frequent basis.

      Of course, he was wholly responsible for his own behavior, no excuses, but the general cultural milieu facing young men today, with a hostile femaltariat arrayed against men wanting women, but finding no suitable partners, is bad news for all concerned.

      • SoftStarLight November 10, 2018 at 12:49 am #

        I’ve been researching that angle and am not finding anything to suggest he was. Yes feminists suck – and by the way they are out to ruin regular womens’ lives as well. To them normal women, especially White, are “problems” to be “dealt with”.

      • GreenAlba November 11, 2018 at 8:19 am #

        “Was he an Incel? You see what feminism ultimately accomplishes? Expect this on a frequent basis.

        Of course, he was wholly responsible for his own behavior, no excuses…”

        Neatly done.

        Some thoughts (not mine) on Incels and er… ‘redistribution’:


        But as I mentioned before, if you offer therapy to gays to make them straight, offering therapy to Incels to make them Volcels should be a piece of piss (Britslang to try to entice Q back out of the woodwork).

        So, what’s the problem? I mean getting someone to divest themselves of their victimhood is good, no? And such a high calling. St Paul would approve.

  57. Janos Skorenzy November 9, 2018 at 7:05 pm #

    Tucker Carlson’s home was surrounded by Antifa while only his wife was home. They were yelling and pounding on the door (it was damaged). If they had gotten in, she would have been justified in shooting them if she had a gun. Anyone disagree?

    Why is this legal? Apparently, there is a belated local investigation. But where are the Feds? This is organized terror.

    The Democrats are trying to steal a number of elections. As Stalin said, it doesn’t matter who votes, what matters is who counts the votes. They Dems are always “finding” new ballots whenever they need them. That and allowing illegals to vote. Or “dead” people. They cover it by focusing on Blacks who they allege are too stupid and/or lazy to get picture IDs. And Blacks let themselves be used in this way.

    • malthuss November 9, 2018 at 7:23 pm #

      you might enjoy > you tube, call for an uprising channel.

      • SoftStarLight November 9, 2018 at 9:02 pm #

        The Iluminati again!

    • hmuller November 9, 2018 at 10:47 pm #

      Yes, Florida Democrats (especially in Broward County) are finding boxes of new uncounted ballots wherever they look. Simply amazing.

      I expect an increasingly foul mouthed seawolf will now curse anyone who doesn’t like it, because stealing elections is his crowd’s birthright.

      • elysianfield November 10, 2018 at 10:44 am #

        Approximately a year ago, Wolfie posted regularly then disappeared. His posts then were at times spectacularly odd (denial of the existence of nuclear weapons, as an example)…odd, but never strident nor abrasive.

        Maybe he had a sea-change in his circumstances?

        • seawolf77 November 10, 2018 at 8:21 pm #

          I had a sex change. No seriously I got laid off. Truth be told I didn’t have a lot to do and this blog got me through my boring work days. I couldn’t quit either because my GE pension had gotten turned on after GE bought Cameron International Reciprocating Compression Division. I got to tell you though, in spite of knowing Janos will probably get an erection over this, I am starting to buy into this white nationalist shit. I really am. After watching GE replace me with Indians time and time again. Tell you the truth diversity destroyed the General Electric Company. I just got a job with Remington and it feels good to be working with all Americans again.

          • elysianfield November 11, 2018 at 3:25 pm #

            Thanks, and good luck with the new job.

  58. Walter B November 9, 2018 at 8:11 pm #

    Anyone besides me tired of hearing those who come here to say how bad it sucks and how stupid we subhuman white guys are? Any of you want a good clean, wholesome way to exact some retribution to those forces of evil that assail us? Well here is your opportunity to go to the following site and tell THEM how bad they suck and how screwed up and criminal they are:


    Tell ’em Vince Foster sent you!

    • SoftStarLight November 9, 2018 at 9:05 pm #

      Be careful Walter! People who cross the Clintons seem to have “bad luck” ;-).

      • seawolf77 November 9, 2018 at 9:33 pm #

        And people who do business with the Trumps seem to go broke.

  59. Tate November 9, 2018 at 8:51 pm #

    Trump is going to have to send in the Feds to seize control of these corrupt election rackets in Florida & Arizona. There’s no doubt a hard crack-down is necessary or else the Democrats will pull a lot of votes out of thin air to steal the elections.

    Trump is wise to their dishonesty. God Bless & Protect our President.

    • SoftStarLight November 9, 2018 at 9:10 pm #

      It kinda feels like a now or never moment doesn’t it? Amazing but not surprising that the Dems are seriously going there. Trump won’t let them get away with it. Millions of people pray for him every day and he really needs it dealing with these serpents.

      • seawolf77 November 9, 2018 at 9:32 pm #

        Pray for him? Seriously. Babu finger waving. Karate chopping reporters. Appointing “Do you have a patent that you think is worth something,” AG. I think you Trrumptards would cheer If he slept with every new bride the night before the wedding.

        • Tate November 9, 2018 at 9:59 pm #

          You’re blinded by your anger, seawolf77. The term ‘Trumptard’ doesn’t describe anyone I know. There is no unreasoning acceptance of President Trump. There is only the recognition that the man has accomplished quite a lot, that he has tried to stay true to his vision offered since he glided down the escalator hand-in-hand with his beautiful bride, Melania, that he has been thwarted at every turn by a hostile bi-coastal corrupt Barry-era establishment.

          He represents the hopes & aspirations of millions of honest, hard-working Americans who are tired of the leftward tilt that has been turning the country into a laughingstock & debased image of what America once was, hence Make America Great Again. What with the election having turned out exactly as planned, springing the trap of ensconcing the Democrats in a feckless power orbit wherein they will hold no more cards than that of their continuing obstruction & cat-calling, meanwhile alienating more & more of the electorate, things are looking up like at no other time in recent memory!

          • seawolf77 November 9, 2018 at 10:07 pm #

            WTF are you talking about? Blinded by my anger? Are you fucking kidding me? WTF has he done for you? WTF has he done for anyone? Tax cut for the rich, repeal of ACA? How is that good for you. Are you fucking retarded?

          • Tate November 9, 2018 at 10:21 pm #

            See there, I suspected you might get angry, which is why I hesitated to even bring it up.

            Oh well, I’m sure a lot of your sort will be pining for the good old days of the Donald after the next six year period is completed. Maybe, dare I say it, we’ll even have him for longer than six years. Constitutional amendment, anyone?

          • hmuller November 9, 2018 at 10:54 pm #

            Even without a Constitutional Amendment, the Trump children can take turns being President. That should cover 40 years and cause seawolf to totally stroke out.

            I have to chuckle whenever I see anyone waving Obamacare (the Affordable Care Act) around like it’s some great achievement. Even the Demo leadership wants to forget that cowpie.

          • outsider November 10, 2018 at 11:18 am #

            Just a slight correction to your post that the ACA was repealed. It hasn’t been. Only the mandate that the uninsured must buy it was repealed. But I agree with you on the fuckin’ tax cuts!

          • GreenAlba November 10, 2018 at 4:21 pm #


            I agree with you that the hopes and aspirations of lots of desperate Americans are riding on Trump (unfortunately), but if you think not-America thought you were a laughingstock before but doesn’t now, you are looking through the wrong eyes, as you naturally would.

            Before, we were all terrified that you’d either eat up everything, overheat the world, cause a third world war, or all three.

            Now we are still worried about all those things BUT now you are a laughingstock as well. But the laughter is kinda terrified, nervous laughter because of the other three things, particularly the last one, because it’s probably quite easy for an undisciplined motor-mouth to cause a war entirely by accident.

          • Exscotticus November 10, 2018 at 11:23 pm #

            GreenAlba, keep laughing at us, and celebrating your liberal poet PMs who sell you out at every opportunity.

            How bad is Europe right now? Well one measure is that their citizens have just lost the right to criticize Islam—the religion their leaders have seeded all over Europe…

            Defaming Muhammad does not fall under purview of free speech, European court rules

            You’ve lost your right to defend yourself, and now you’ve lost your right to free speech. Laugh at yourself.

          • GreenAlba November 11, 2018 at 9:03 am #

            I didn’t say I was laughing at you, Ex, no need to get your knickers in a twist with me. I’m merely passing on the most common view of non-Americans regarding the undignified goings on in your White House, which have been on show for the world to see. As have our Brexit shenanigans. We Brits are also a laughingstock for most of the world for shooting ourselves in the foot. Such is life – I can cope even if you can’t.

            You should be well aware from my posts that I am not in the slightest ‘anti-Trump’ in the Dem sense of trying to get rid of him in any irregular way. I’ve even said I hope he gets another term. I don’t want to see Trump’s supporters to have any way of claiming they didn’t get their full quota of years for him to work his miracle.

            Obviously if the Dems frustrate him in Congress the way the Repubs did incessantly with Obama, that’s another matter and a consequence of you not having a parliamentary system. Not that a FPTP parliamentary system is ideal either, but politics, as we know, is the art of the possible, and more the ‘art of the deal’ (see DUP) than anything to do with the ideal.

            I’m fine with whoever you vote for – he lost his amusement appeal for me a long time ago. I just don’t want a suicidal trade deal with him, a view to which I am entirely entitled, living in a so-called sovereign nation which is about to sign away any real sovereignty in its desperation for you to buy its stuff because so many of it businesses risk going under. And the NHS – which is part of MY sovereign national inheritance – is part of the ‘stuff’ the government is hoping to tempt your slavering corporate jaws with in order to get you to sign up.

            So don’t tell me about signing away my freedoms when a huge bunch of them are going to be signed away to you.

  60. Walter B November 9, 2018 at 9:38 pm #

    “And there is very grave danger that an announced need for increased security will be seized upon those anxious to expand its meaning to the very limits of official censorship and concealment.”

    The more you know, the more you understand about John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the more you realize why he was so publically and brutally murdered in Dealey Plaza – he knew what was behind the curtain and he was man enough to fight it to his death. Not only was our president murdered, but our nation and our people were murdered as well. Few but the old folk understand when I tell them that though I may be on paper, a republican Committeeman, I am and always have been a Kennedy democrat. In discussing this topic this afternoon with a democrat party organizer friend of mine who is old enough to understand, he replied to me, “Yes, JFK was a moderate. They no longer exist.” Looks like I am one of the last. Good I do not appreciate crowds.

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    • Tate November 9, 2018 at 10:16 pm #

      You have stayed true to the verities, Walter. Few can make that claim in today’s degenerate conditions. I’m not sure about JFK though.

      Of course, in our contemporary world he would have been considered a white supremacist. Nothing wrong with that if by white supremacist we mean simply one who prefers the company of people like himself & doesn’t like to have the company of people unlike himself foisted upon them. Hmm, but that’s sorta what he did as a matter of fact, didnt he? He & his brother the AG. Well, maybe it could be excused as politics.

      But, even with those positively interventionist actions, in today’s climate he would still probably have been considered a white supremacist.

      The irony.

      • Walter B November 10, 2018 at 5:58 am #

        Ah but Tate, Jack and Bobby both championed the desegregation of the South and racial equality even while the democratic “leaders” like George Wallace fought back tooth and nail. They embraced Martin Luther King as a man of peace (funny (not) how all three were murdered), and it wasn’t until the cracker democrats under Lyndon Johnson did the Welfare enslavement of the blacks begin. Under today’s definition of racist and white supremacist, all that a man (and apparently women cannot BE racist) has to do to be labelled as one is to be white. Now I would never claim to be “proud” to be white because I had nothing to do in choosing my skin color, but I can say that I am proud to keep the memory of these great human beings alive no matter how much those that would defame us all smear everything that we have any pride in at all.

        Thank you for not mentioning the womanizing, for all politicians (of both sexes) do it and Bill Clinton and Obama were dopers on top of it, although Barry did a much better job of keeping his personal life quiet I must say. Thank you BO.

        • hmuller November 10, 2018 at 8:10 am #

          He was interrupted by a bullet signed “courtesy of the deep state”. Oh, but they have their defenders on this site.

        • Tate November 10, 2018 at 11:52 am #

          That desegregation of the South is what I meant by “intervention,” Walter. The Kennedys had no reason to do that, other than political pressure. Recall that they had their own problems in south Boston along the same lines. Recall also that the Republican Eisenhower began federal intervention in the southern schools in Little Rock, Arkansas years before. A lot has been written on that subject.

          George Wallace was a great Leader of the common man. There’s no telling what he would have accomplished had he not been brought down by an assassin’s bullet. He survived as a paraplegic & his presidential aspirations were destroyed.

          Like Trump, he was an angry man (or played one in public) & the common working people both in the South & the North flocked to him in huge numbers. But the educated classes called him a demagogue & he was vilified like Trump is today. Johnson saw the writing on the wall & declined to run again in ’68. He saw that Wallace would split the Democrat vote. He was right, & Nixon won.

          Demonizing the Democratic party as “crackers” & describing Wallace as a “leader” in scare quotes is weak, Walter. It’s a pathetic Dinesh D’Souza move. These parties are not immobile monoliths. We have to always consider the historical context. Whatever they were then, the Democrats of today are a different breed of cat.

          • Janos Skorenzy November 10, 2018 at 1:54 pm #

            Yup, he’s doing the dance, the dance that dooms us. Great new feature on Amren about the how the bulwarks are failing. The Enemy has our number: our greed and desire for cheap labor. Thus anyone against these things is fanatical – and even a Nazi! So Poles who object to the chipping away of their Culture and slandered exactly as Walt just slandered Wallace.

            The Republican Party has spent generations doing exactly this and it shows little signs of stopping. Meanwhile the Left is united against the Enemy, despite their endless contradictions and groups vying for a place at the trough. Kudos the Tribe for building the Grievance Coalition, truly a psycho-sociological weapon of vast magnitude and power – a Doom Machine.

          • Walter B November 10, 2018 at 6:11 pm #

            Well Tate as far as George Wallace is concerned, I registered as a democrat when I was 18 just so that I could vote for him in the primary. I liked his views on states rights verses federal mandates, though the idea of segregation we shall have to disagree on. Did far too many blacks turn militant once they were freed from segregation? Of course, but why not beat them into submission just like they do to us white folk? Oh that’s right, the democrats need their votes.

            I have never heard the phrase “scare” quote before but I used them because I still have serious unanswered questions about what kind of a leader Wallace would have been, The cracker remark was strictly referring to Lyndon Baines Johnson, and if you are offended by that or if you were an LBJ supporter, well tough feces, he was dirt! No way was I inferring that today’s democratic party is comprised of crackers, hell, they are all Alinskyists if you ask me. Just as our host laments the days of moderate democratic leaders, so do I. It seems to be far left or nothing and the republicans, well they are worthless as well and I have espoused this over and over on this blog.

          • Walter B November 10, 2018 at 6:21 pm #

            Janos, you are doomed on your own accord. The problems that exist from desegregation are not to be solved by enforcing some kind of master race, if I read your statements correctly, they can be solved by manning up and allowing law enforcement to do what they do, not coddle for votes.

            No I am no Nazi, sorry. Even my family that remained in Germany during the war were not Nazis nor did they support them. My Grandmother’s brother Willie was a submariner and was captured after his sub-tender was sunk and supplies ran out. My Father had a cousin that was a Stuka pilot who was shot down over Poland and killed in the ensuing fight. As you may recall, neither one of those services had any use for “the party”. So my German relatives had no use for the Nazis, even as they served their country.

            You appear to lament the loss by the Little Corporal, and if that is true, well then you and I will never be buddies, good buddy, will we?

          • Tate November 10, 2018 at 7:17 pm #

            Yes, Walter, desegregation exposed the ugly public school racket for what it is. Yet the bloated monstrosity that is public education survives to this day. The education of our children should not be subsidized by the State beyond about the 4th or 5th grade. And the sexes should be strictly segregated throughout their educational experience for their own good.

            Wallace was the governor of Alabama, Walter, not New Jersey, /s. The realities on the ground are very different. Different set of social problems, dealing with different incompatibilities. Of course, there’s no difficulty when your child attends school with 25 other little white children & 3 blacks & 2 jews, but it’s a different story when they must go to school with 3 other little white children & 23 blacks. You don’t want to consider that kind of complication, fine, live the dream-life. Many others do as well, & yet the patterns of our lives tell a tale that no amount of kumbaya rhapsodizing can obscure. It’s called White Flight. Sorry to burst the bubble.

            I don’t know where you got the idea I was a fan of LBJ. I agree he was chiefly responsible for enabling the destruction of decades of black gains in social metrics with his “Great Society” programs. If you look at Ron Unz’s website, there’s an article that even argues persuasively that he had a hand in JFK’s assassination. I never considered that seriously until I read that article.

          • Janos Skorenzy November 10, 2018 at 7:31 pm #

            Yes Walt, Evil triumphed in WW2. And Under-Dogism like you display dooms White America, the only America that ever can be. And Yes again, it stems from Christianity as it is now interpreted. Putting Blacks, a naturally low race, above your own People is shameful. And blaming Whites because Blacks always end up below them is Ignorance. ‘

            And for the record, MLK was a Communist and they are not Men of Peace. His pacifism was tactical and it worked – tricking countless millions of foolish, feckless Whites among whom you must be counted.

            And go back to your post: you called some of your brothers, crackers. Wtf is wrong with you?

          • Tate November 10, 2018 at 7:45 pm #

            And when I say it’s a weak & pathetic Dinesh D’Souza move, I mean that it’s taking one’s criticisms of the Democrats too far. They are not the same party today they were then. D’Souza even took it back to the War between the States in one of his patented dumb-ass movies. The guy’s a complete fraud, a neo-con fake conservative. No body with any sense can take that kind of criticism seriously. It just discredits one’s argument.

          • Walter B November 10, 2018 at 8:42 pm #

            Ok Tate, we are squaring away some issues here and that is good. I too believe that segregation by gender produces the best learning and I was fortunate to experience many years of it myself. It worked. However, we would probably be publically executed if we were to promote THAT today. Maybe it would be worth it, maybe not. Like George Carlin, I have come to believe that public education is social programming and not much more. The masters want obedient serfs, not critical thinkers.

            I am happy to here that LBJ does not have a fan in you. I cannot imagine anyone siding with him. He made me sick.

            Where I live in Western NJ, the schools are still mostly white, but it is changing rapidly. Interracial marriages seem to be the rule of the day and in our urban areas, well you know – there is no hope, only dope.

            So what solutions do you have to correct these problems, my friend? Because I’ve got none. Yes we could just send the problem people into FEMA camps or, if some of our fellow posters here would have it, to extermination. I see serious drawbacks to this, don’t you? So how shall we fix it all?

          • Tate November 10, 2018 at 11:59 pm #

            How do we fix it? I don’t know but one must put forward one’s ideas or die of apathy.

          • Walter B November 11, 2018 at 6:02 am #

            Well Tate, I’ve spent 4-1/2 decades finding problems, developing solutions, and then implementing them. Sometimes for companies I worked for, sometimes for my own corporation, but all in the private section and all for profit. The problem with societal problems, especially in our system, is that in order to solve problems, you have to piss people off, sometimes a lot of people. People do not like change and far too many are way to lazy to change or even work today. As long as those people who are pissed off and fighting solutions have government people that will listen to their bitching and refuse to ignore them and move onwards, nothing will ever change. This is why tyrants and dictators come about. They say screw you to anyone standing in their way and they do what has to be done to “fix” things, but there is always a party or two that will suffer a big price for this. This is what we as a nation should be concerned with, who will they decide is/are the groups of patsies to take the big hit? Right now the leading contenders are whites and upper working class people who are too busy working to put up resistance and who have sufficient assets to be worth robbing. How it will play out is anybody’s guess, but for those of us who believe, the time does seem ripe or maybe soon for an anti-Christ type to step up to the plate and take serious (dangerous) action. All we can do is wait I am afraid. In the meanwhile I will do what fighting I can do at my level and at least know that I did all that I could do. Far too many people do nothing at all and that is why we are in the crapper now.

          • Janos Skorenzy November 11, 2018 at 4:41 pm #

            You Yankee haters won the War. Now enjoy the “Peace” and your colored Grandkids. With the help of your Union Politicians, Police, and FBI, the Blacks are dominant over Whites now. You were warned but you couldn’t give up your hatred and “godly” self righteousness.

            Southern New Jersey was for the Confederacy.

          • Tate November 11, 2018 at 5:37 pm #

            Walter & Janos,

            sent from a snowy day in Colorado, socked in,

            There’s going to have to be some serious head-knocking to get things done. Some of these Dems act like the role of the President is that of a popularly-elected psycho-therapist, like Jimmy Carter or Obama tried to be. Not so. He’s there to solve problems, & with the composition of this internal empire of the Untied States with all its rancorous divisions, he will have to go full-Balls-en-aero Brazilian-style before too long. He’s going to have to act before January 1 when the newly-elected Dems converge on the House of Reps to jam up the works. No more obstruction. Release the unredacted FISA memos, & let’s see who holds what cards. Now that Jeff Sessions is out, expect things to move swiftly.

      • GreenAlba November 10, 2018 at 4:24 pm #

        “Nothing wrong with that if by white supremacist we mean simply one who prefers the company of people like himself & doesn’t like to have the company of people unlike himself foisted upon them.”

        Er, no, it doesn’t mean that.

        • Tate November 10, 2018 at 7:21 pm #

          You’re kidding, it doesn’t mean that?

          Guess you didn’t catch the sarcasm.

        • malthuss November 10, 2018 at 9:16 pm #

          I agree with you that the hopes and aspirations of lots of desperate Americans are riding on Trump (unfortunately),

          –so what else can people do? Us lowly ‘little people’ as Leona called us.

          White supremacist–as in someone who goes to Haiti and decides Whites are superior?

          • GreenAlba November 10, 2018 at 9:40 pm #

            I didn’t suggest they had any immediate option, malthuss, given the beyond-abysmal choices with which they were presented. But arguably we get the choices we deserve in these matters.

            And I feel the term ‘white supremacist’ is clear enough not to require a dictionary definition.

            I am aware that Disney went to Haiti to pay peanuts to the Haitians to manufacture its products. Bizarrely I did not find that fact to be evidence of white ‘superiority’, just white venality.

          • Tate November 10, 2018 at 11:41 pm #

            As in the Clinton Foundation? The emptiness of that woman’s soul has even been attested on camera & tape recording & yet 1/2 of the electorate voted for her. Something terribly wrong there.

          • GreenAlba November 11, 2018 at 9:14 am #


            If you have no better ‘argument’ than to hint that I might have some sort of sympathy for the Clinton horror show I’d suggest just leaving it alone.

            I bet most Americans who bought Disney cr@p were delighted at how cheap it was because of what the Haitians were paid to make it. Even while they railed about globalism.

            Just as the rather wealthier people who buy or bought Trump’s shirts and ties were presumably delighted that the workers in Bangladesh who made them were paid 30 cents an hour. But maybe he didn’t pass on the savings to his customers. Oops, what am I even suggesting? Perish the thought…

    • outsider November 10, 2018 at 10:52 am #

      I totally concur with your thoughts on JFK, Walter. Those of us over 6 years old in November 1963 all remember where we were when we received the terrible news. I was in my 7th grade history class, and my teacher cried. The American Dream died the day that JFK was assassinated by the Dark Forces, with Oswald the patsy, rubbed out on national TV by mobster Jack Ruby (born Jacob Rubenstein). It’s been all downhill for us ever since, with secession the only way out.

      • outsider November 10, 2018 at 3:31 pm #

        OTOH, ‘what if’ Kennedy had not been assassinated? After having won re-election in a landslide, he would have no doubt signed the epic society destroying disaster known as the Hart-Celler Immigration Act of 1965. His two younger brothers, both Senators, lobbied for it, especially Teddy. Then Jack would not be remembered so fondly.

        • Tate November 10, 2018 at 7:28 pm #

          We like to wrap them in martyr’s robes & assign sainthood status when they die like that, but undoubtedly some of the glow would have been dimmed if he had survived.

  61. Janos Skorenzy November 9, 2018 at 9:41 pm #

    Cultural Genocide

    By a precise and commonly accepted definition, Cultural genocide is defined [1][2][3] as subjecting a people to:

    (a) Any action which has the aim or effect of depriving them of their integrity as distinct peoples, or of their cultural values or ethnic identities;
    (b) Any action which has the aim or effect of dispossessing them of their lands, territories or resources;
    (c) Any form of population transfer which has the aim or effect of violating or undermining any of their rights;
    (d) Any form of assimilation or integration by other cultures or ways of life imposed on them by legislative, administrative or other measures;
    (e) Any form of propaganda directed against them

    I’d say all five are being used against the White Race in every one of our Countries to a greater or lesser extent, with only parts of Eastern Europe actually strongly resisting. The UN wrote the above and they are a big part of the attack against us. They don’t feel that the above should apply to us, you see. We can only be the Victimizers and never the Victims in their book. Evidently they were created with the idea of destroying us it seems.

    • seawolf77 November 9, 2018 at 9:58 pm #

      Why would anyone want to destroy the white race? They are like Santa Claus, climbing down chimneys and leaving presents for all the good and deserving children.

      • SoftStarLight November 10, 2018 at 1:17 am #

        Whites, particularly White Men, stand in the way of their diabolical plans to dominate the world. They are coming at us from all sides at this point. I think maybe it will backfire. I now want White Men to be back in control of everything and I didn’t even think about this stuff even like a year ago. It’s just instinct to know which males will protect you. They don’t realize our normal instincts are slowly coming back since we are under daily attack.


        • GreenAlba November 10, 2018 at 3:24 pm #

          Don’t forget these brave men too, SSL.


          “The 2017 Portland train attack occurred on May 26, 2017, when a man fatally stabbed two people and injured a third, after he was confronted for shouting what were described as racist and anti-Muslim slurs at two teenage girls on a MAX Light Rail train in Portland, Oregon. Two of the victims, Ricky John Best of Happy Valley, a technician for the City of Portland’s Bureau of Development Services, a U.S. Army veteran and a father of four children, and Taliesin Myrddin Namkai-Meche of Portland, a recent university graduate, died following the attack. The third victim, Micah David-Cole Fletcher, survived serious wounds.

          “Following the attack, Jeremy Joseph Christian, who described himself as a white nationalist, was arrested and charged with murder, attempted murder, and other crimes. After being indicted by a grand jury, Christian pleaded not guilty to the charges and was denied bail in November 2017. His trial is scheduled for June 24, 2019. The attack was widely condemned by the Portland community, politicians, and civil rights groups, some of which said it represented a rise in hate speech, racism, and Islamophobic incidents in the United States”.

          Don’t judge the book by its cover. You don’t know who the brave ones are until their bravery is needed. Or, in the case of the rather unfortunately named Mr Christian, which ones have the knives.

          • SoftStarLight November 10, 2018 at 3:51 pm #

            I won’t forget. But shouldn’t we also try to understand why so many people are lashing out because they feel like their culture and race are being destroyed? Muslims in general make it very clear that they want to wipe out all non-Muslims. The evidence of this is crystal clear. They shouldn’t be here and it was a big mistake to let them come here. Again, let’s just live separately and our chances for peace and stability are much greater.

          • GreenAlba November 10, 2018 at 4:33 pm #

            Most Muslims are not jihadists, SSL, just as most Christians (in advanced nations anyway – the US is a bit of an outlier in these matters) don’t still believe in a god who’s going to torture human beings in a burning pit.

          • GreenAlba November 10, 2018 at 5:05 pm #

            I agree with you wholeheartedly that the ones who ARE jihadists are terrifying. Because they are irrational and cannot be reasoned with. They share your own belief that their subjective ‘experience’ entitles them to tell other people how to live their lives and that everyone but them is necessarily wrong.

            But remember that the vast majority of those who escape their war-torn countries are trying to escape the very totalitarian fundamentalism you also fear. They fear it too.

            I also do not believe you are morally obliged to house all the world’s poor and oppressed. But none of us can avoid individual dilemmas, if we have any kind of moral conscience at all. Being a Christian, you should be willing to embrace such moral dilemmas, as they are part and parcel of the cross you have chosen to bear 🙂 .

            And you would be wise not to entertain what one might call ‘chronological snobbery’, which is a bias that makes a person assume things that happened in the past can’t happen now because we are so much more enlightened (small ‘e’, so as to fit with your world view).

            Just because the Christian churches don’t burn people now doesn’t mean they never would again, if they or their adherents ever got absolute power.

            To believe otherwise is to be the wrong kind of progressive. The right kind of progressive is a person who appreciates that women no long die in huge numbers in childbirth or that you can’t be burned at the stake for your beliefs.

            The wrong kind of progressive is one whose unjustified belief in human progress makes them think that, having progressed beyond burning people at the stake for heresy, a church can’t go back there.

          • Janos Skorenzy November 10, 2018 at 7:39 pm #

            Most Muslims aren’t Jihadists but all Jihadists are Muslim. Ditto for Terrorists in general. The question then becomes, How many Muslims support their most pious members? Answer: Many. It’s part of the religion after all. My Dad never made any bombs or planted any but he sure supported the IRA ideologically. And I have little doubt that he made donations before we came along, back when they used to pass the hat in the bars along Dorchester Avenue and Broadway. See how it works? It’s much like your religion of Social Justice. Some are very pious, some less, some not so much – but they all support those who are, some less, some more, and some overwhelmingly.

            Your over-thinking it, based on a crabbed ideology and a lack of real study of the religion, either on your own or with the believers. Take the clue I have offered you and get on the right track. You’ll never get to Hogwarts at the rate you’re going.

          • Janos Skorenzy November 10, 2018 at 7:49 pm #

            Slight correction in logic: Not all Muslims are terrorists but MOST (not all) terrorists are Muslims.

          • Janos Skorenzy November 10, 2018 at 7:52 pm #

            Christianity believes in Capital Punishment. The body is not the soul and being put to death for a sin that is also a crime is a form of Divine Justice if the sentence and process was just. It’s said the punishment here on Earth for a given crime is far less stringent than what the perp would have to face for it if judged in the Divine Court.

          • GreenAlba November 10, 2018 at 8:57 pm #

            “Slight correction in logic: Not all Muslims are terrorists but MOST (not all) terrorists are Muslims.”

            Slight correction in fact: even in your own country the majority of terrorists are not Muslims. They are white Americans.

            And regarding Europe too…


            Read the first sentence, Polly. And then the rest.

          • GreenAlba November 10, 2018 at 9:00 pm #

            “Take the clue I have offered you and get on the right track.”

            Like I said already, you people can’t help your patronising twaddle.

            And if your father donated to the IRA he had blood on his hands.

          • SoftStarLight November 11, 2018 at 12:32 am #

            Muslims are taking over Britain. At least at the rate things are going. I am afraid of the price of your moral equivalence re Islam vs. Christianity. I wonder how many Presbyterian suicide bombers we’ve had to dodge all these years? The truth is there is no comparison that is possible. Islam has always and will always be a religion of the sword and death. Very crystal clear… Why do you defend them so?

          • Janos Skorenzy November 11, 2018 at 1:59 am #

            Yes Alba, blood is the oil that moves things. And if you donated to the Black takeover in South Africa (for example), so do you. Christianity triumphed thru the blood of the martyrs after all.

            And Muslims are involved in most of the hundred plus wars currently going on in the World. And as they are guerilla wars, terrorism is par for the course. How does one fight such people? In fourth generational warfare? You terrorize them right back. When the Muslims act up in China, the Chinese hit them back twice as hard, sometimes just going into Muslim villages and destroying them and/or killing the families of the terrorists. It works – just as it’s worked in Palestine for the Jews. Now that you people opened the Gates, we’ll have to do likewise if we want to survive. Thanks for lowering the quality of Warfare and of Life in general!

          • GreenAlba November 11, 2018 at 9:26 am #


            Could you point to anywhere where I have defended militant Islam? Anywhere?

            I did not argue any current moral equivalence between Christianity and Islam, as you very well know if you remotely paid attention to my posts. There is a chronological time lag in their respective murderous phases. A world full of Westboro Baptists would not be my cup of tea either. (And do note that if it were not for the very existence of its two Abrahamic predecessors, there would not even be any such phenomenon as Islam.)

            Nor would Lutherans oppressing Catholics or Catholics oppressing Lutherans – again – be to my taste. Why are you all so happy to repeat the theory that history repeats itself but so fondly imagine it won’t in the case of your own apocalyptic religion? It took us a long time to get to the stage where people are not oppressed by the Christian church in its many and varied incarnations.

            Muslims are 4.4% of the UK population. You faint if you want to. Your arithmetical issues are your own problem.

          • GreenAlba November 11, 2018 at 9:29 am #

            How about putting the blame with the colonialists who blithely settled there in the first place and had the temerity to tell the existing population where they could live in their own country?

          • GreenAlba November 11, 2018 at 9:31 am #

            “But shouldn’t we also try to understand why so many people are lashing out…”

            Hmmm, I do love a bit of victim-blaming with my tea and toast of a morning…

          • SoftStarLight November 11, 2018 at 12:02 pm #

            I have never seen you defend militant Islam at all. The reality though is that militant Islam is a dangerous and growing force in the world. For the most part, Christendom is in decline. I think that history doesn’t necessarily repeat itself but often rhymes. So the West will have to face off with Islam should it wish to survive. This will likely require the serious and decisive action that Janos describes. Reality is not always fun or pretty.

            In terms of the percentage that Muslims comprise of the British population 4.4 seems like a small number. BUT you shouldn’t think of arithmetic at all but rather geometry. The White British fertility rate is below replacement but the British Muslim fertlity rate is above replacement level. You can’t see where it’s all headed?

            Anyhoo, I won’t be doing any fainting until I see that power and action lol :-p.

          • GreenAlba November 11, 2018 at 1:05 pm #


            If actual militant Islam comes anywhere near our borders I will be extremely grateful to all those who have to combat it. And I realise that there have been atrocities by individuals and small groups within our countries – however they are not the real threat to our civilisation that the fear mongers would have us believe, so that they can get us to give up the very freedoms that differentiate us from those who do not have our interests at heart (oh, dear, am I sounding like George W?!).

            What the Parisians did after Bataclan (I was there at the time, in central Paris anyway) was to get straight back into their cafés and restaurants within days to continue enjoying life in the way that fanatical Islamists utterly hate. To let them know that they would not win.

            If we saw off the IRA out, we can see out the much smaller Islamic terrorist threat too. Of course, we don’t know if we’re going to get the IRA to wake from its slumbers if a hard border or anything remotely like it returns to the troubled island of Ireland as a result of Brexit, but I’m sure you’re not worrying about that.

            I have more faith than you in the ability of British society to manage its tensions. In fact I have much more faith in its ability than in that of our American cousins to manage theirs/yours. But time will tell. In the meantime, 4.4% is the number of nominal Muslims. Even among our Muslim population there are those who don’t practise. And yes, I am aware of the birth rate projections.

            One of my best friends (the one I was visiting in Paris) has a daughter married to a Tunisian. They have three delightful children, so that’s three diluted offspring that should be less scary. Maybe we need more of that 🙂 .

            BTW said friend and I backpacked through Tunisia in the 70s when I was 20. It was not at all scary – I would not recommend it at the moment. It may some day go back to the way it was when we were there. We shall have to see. Nothing remains static.

          • GreenAlba November 11, 2018 at 1:06 pm #

            *If we saw off the IRA*… perils of retouching…

      • hmuller November 10, 2018 at 8:05 am #

        Every time Seawolf opens his metaphoric mouth, I imagine an “X-rated” version of Daffy Duck – spitting, sputtering, cursing incoherently. Yet, all the while thinking he makes perfect sense.

        • SoftStarLight November 10, 2018 at 1:45 pm #

          I keep praying for him too :-). One day he’ll get it together.

        • Janos Skorenzy November 10, 2018 at 1:57 pm #

          Good image for our soft sailor.

          • SoftStarLight November 10, 2018 at 3:37 pm #


          • Janos Skorenzy November 10, 2018 at 7:55 pm #

            I had a girlfriend once who always put smiley faces on her papers. She said, It works! As you said, men are easy to fool….

          • GreenAlba November 10, 2018 at 9:08 pm #

            “I had a girlfriend once who always put smiley faces on her papers. She said, It works! As you said, men are easy to fool….”

            I worked with an Italian woman in France who told me, with a straight face, that anti-stretch-mark cream worked because she’d used it and didn’t get any stretch marks.

            Come to think of it, she was Catholic too.

            It’s easy to fool people who have no clue what the scientific method is. As the producers of pointless creams and potions know to their great benefit.

            (And yes, I didn’t and I didn’t either. Good genes, I guess 🙂 )

          • SoftStarLight November 10, 2018 at 10:59 pm #

            Yes, men can be easy to fool. And as you said, women can be easy to manipulate. In that sense, we are all vulnerable.

          • SoftStarLight November 11, 2018 at 1:03 am #

            I had a man once who told me that I would be his only one. I lived for him but then he started living for himself. So you are right. Women can be easy to manipulate….

          • GreenAlba November 11, 2018 at 9:33 am #

            Indeed, SSL. There are few of us who have not been led up that particular garden path.

          • SoftStarLight November 11, 2018 at 11:16 am #

            The funny thing is he is always trying to come back. Despite his new flings and obsessions. I guess he realized home is where the heart is. For a while I let him get away with it. Love can make you loopy sometimes. But then one day it hurt too bad so I told him to please go away. My mom loves Fleetwood Mac and would often listen to them when I was little. I like their music too. This song reminds me of him.


          • GreenAlba November 11, 2018 at 1:20 pm #

            Well, I didn’t have one who had flings but I’ve had one of the ones who say stuff they don’t mean and lead you up the garden path that way! Nothing new under the sun…

            Water under the bridge – such people are not worth one’s time. No third chances – even second chances should be a calculated risk. Don’t let anyone do it to you again 🙂 .

      • malthuss November 10, 2018 at 9:18 pm #

        You are too stupid to understand the answer.
        We can offer it, you cant take it.

  62. Tate November 9, 2018 at 10:42 pm #

    I was listening to another great Brother Nathanael video. It seems Abraham Lehrer of the Central Council of Jews of Germany, wants to form a Hate Police detail to finally stamp out once & for all anti-Semitism in Deutschland, especially among the vibrant hajis er ‘enrichers’ who are flooding D.Land with so much enrichment, the poor madchens can hardly stand it any longer.


    • FincaInTheMountains November 9, 2018 at 11:20 pm #

      This guy is a con artist.

      Here is the real Nathaniel, Archbishop of the Orthodox Church in America :


      • FincaInTheMountains November 10, 2018 at 1:17 am #

        He just waves a red rag before the bull nose, while somebody is preparing a mortal blow.

        The favorite method of the Black Project.

        Say Muuuuuuuuuuuuu for me.

    • Janos Skorenzy November 11, 2018 at 2:29 am #

      Bro-Vids or Brovid is a drug like no other. I just ingested this one, about the non Zionist Rabbis. They still eagerly await the Jewish Messiah, the Anti-Christ who will rule over the Gentiles. They are not our friends.


      Ninety thousand Rabbis packed into an New Jersey arena a few years ago. Every seven years Jews celebrate the complete reading of the Talmud. They study one page a day. The Talmud is their real a scripture, and it inculcates hatred of Non-Jews and blasphemy against Christ. The Liberal Jews have few children and they have many. The future of Judaism is theirs. The Liberals and the Marxists were only ever an assault force sent out to throw down our high places and cut down our sacred groves.

      • Tate November 11, 2018 at 12:49 pm #

        I’ve learned a lot from watching Brother Nathanael vidyas. His vids are well-produced, organized & get straight to the point with pertinent facts. The proof is in the pudding, Finc.

        Yep, Dinner Jacket never said what the lying Chaimstream press said he did about “wiping Israel off the map.” That was just to stir up the chuckleheads against Iran’s enemies & therefore BFFs, Israel & Soddy Arse-rapia.

        Haha. I halfway expected to see Sacha Baron Cohen wending his way through that assemblage in Met stadium, NJ, even making his way to the mike, perhaps? Nah.

  63. FincaInTheMountains November 9, 2018 at 11:06 pm #

    Repented former libtard H.A. Goodman about Dems insanity


  64. janet November 9, 2018 at 11:20 pm #

    “…or else the Democrats will pull a lot of votes out of thin air to steal the elections.” –Tate, et al.

    Today was the last day for overseas and military ballots to be received. The Republicans want to stop the vote counting since their guys are leading. The Democrats want to count the votes of our military service personnel.

    You should be ashamed of yourself, Tate.

    • hmuller November 9, 2018 at 11:32 pm #

      Oh Janet, I guess you forgot how Al Gore’s lawyers went to work in 2000 to disqualify every military absentee ballot they could, because they figured Bush would get most of those votes if counted.

      You should be ashamed, Janet.


      • janet November 10, 2018 at 12:03 am #

        Whataboutism is a variant of the tu quoque logical fallacy that attempts to discredit an opponent’s position by charging them with hypocrisy without directly refuting or disproving their argument. It is a way to distract from Trump’s crimes, Republican voter suppression, etc.

        • hmuller November 10, 2018 at 7:12 am #

          Nevertheless, you are a liar and a hypocrite, Janet. Every fact you cite as evidence gets processed thru your Marxist spin machine. You are a disciple of Saul Alinsky and his school of cynical propaganda, lies, and mass deception.

          You are the spiritual child of Pol Pot and every other totalitarian who wanted to make the world over as some twisted vision of paradise, only to create hell on earth, mass murder, and starvation. You are an evil creature to your core, Janet.

          Postmortem to Janet: those who were awakened, recognized her for what she was.

          • SoftStarLight November 10, 2018 at 1:43 pm #

            Awesome takedown of Dr. Evil’s minion!!!!

          • hmuller November 10, 2018 at 9:41 pm #


            Here’s an odd speculation submitted for your consideration.

            I doubt Janet is a person with a soul. She’s probably a body walking around run via a form of artificial intelligence, and tasked with furthering the agenda of the Archons – what you would call demons. For the most part they feed us mis-perceptions on this planet. In turn they feed off our negative energy. They love conflict and war and fear exposure. Jesus really upset them, but that’s another story.

            Some human may strike a bargain for worldly success, inviting them in. They expand this foothold into dominance with each new deal until there is little of the original person left, prime example Hillary Clinton. Then there are other bodies walking around who were never real people – just soulless instruments – like Janet.

            Just a theory.

          • SoftStarLight November 11, 2018 at 12:00 am #

            Yep, it is an odd but interesting speculation lol. I am not sure about Janet but you know human-like bots and droids already exist. Elon Musk said that we are summoning demons with artificial intelligence so maybe it isn’t such a stretch. Have you ever heard of demon magicians? They talk about letting demons, or Archons as you call them, in so that they can manipulate matter literally. Their reasons are fame, money and power. I think that the same things happen with famous and powerful people like Hillary. And since the technology exists I am sure such people would have good use for droids.

            You might find this interesting. Watch the first guys eyes. They are super creepy to me. Could it be fake, sure. If it really is real it makes it way more scary!


          • hmuller November 11, 2018 at 10:19 am #


            Imagine it’s a few years in the future. You walk into a virtual reality clinic. For a fee they strap you in, put a helmet on your head, administer a drug, and off you go into a world where everything looks and feels as real as this one. Yes, it’s the plot from “Total Recall”, originally written by Phillip K Dick.

            An advanced artificial intelligence controls the interactivity of the program, so you’re not just an observer but a real player. What if the AI was malevolent and made you forget your “real life” while in the program? What if it never let us out, at death recycling us into another life scenario? What if that’s what is actually happening to us?

            Elon Musk said the odds were a billion to one that we were in a simulated reality. Elon has some powerful smokes; but he could be right.

          • SoftStarLight November 11, 2018 at 12:16 pm #

            So basically we could be living in the Matrix! I want to take the red pill. Are you like a Morpheus :-)? In all seriousness, I have had instances in my life where I sensed and could almost see things happen before they did. A blip in the Matrix maybe? Some call it extrasensory. Whatever the case there is a world we can’t see. There is Evil and Good and there is a battle and its happening now.

          • GreenAlba November 12, 2018 at 10:10 am #

            “Whatever the case there is a world we can’t see.”

            There are lots of them – buy a telescope 🙂

    • Tate November 10, 2018 at 11:08 am #

      Technically, I suppose they won’t be “pulling them out of thin air.” It does take some considerable amount of elbow grease to fabricate all those ballots. So I will have to amend my statement in the interests of complete accuracy.

      I’ll have to dispute your contention that the Republicans want to stop the military vote counts however. Why would they do that? Makes no sense given the overwhelming support that President Trump enjoys among the rank-&-file, at least among the straight white male component. Of course, that component doesn’t include you, so naturally you would say that.

  65. janet November 10, 2018 at 12:31 am #

    Postmortem of Trump Presidency

    Just like Capone went down for IRS tax evasion, not for more serious crimes, Trump will go down for FEC campaign violations. Federal prosecutors have gathered evidence of Trump’s participation in transactions that violated campaign-finance laws. This in his district of New York, where Trump has no pardon power, and no way to avoid prosecution.

    Trump previously lied and said he had no knowledge of the illegal payments. The Wall Street Journal spoke to three dozen people with direct knowledge of the payments. The U.S. Attorneys Office in Manhattan now has evidence of Trump’s role in the hush payments.

    Trump is going down for porn star and playboy payoffs, instead of being impeached and convicted for his high crimes and misdemeanors. His misogyny was his downfall. Buh bye!

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  66. janet November 10, 2018 at 12:40 am #

    Stock Market Postmortem

    The Dow finished the day down 202 points, a drop of nearly 0.8%. The S&P 500 fell almost 1%. And the Nasdaq was down about 1.7%, dragged lower by big drops in shares of tech titans. Concerns about the continued slide in oil prices as crude fell for the tenth straight day and the possibility the US-China trade war will lead to a slowdown in China’s economy dragged the broader market lower.

    The slide in oil prices is Trump’s doing, according to Trump himself.

    “I gave some countries a break on the oil. I did it a little bit because they really asked for some help, but I really did it because I don’t want to drive oil prices up to $100 a barrel or $150 a barrel, because I’m driving them down. If you look at oil prices they’ve come down very substantially over the last couple of months. That’s because of me.” –Trump at press conference Wednesday

    Anyone who thinks oil prices are the result of worldwide market forces is wrong. It is one individual controlling oil prices.

  67. janet November 10, 2018 at 1:35 am #

    Postmortem of Q

    Part of the Qanon appeal lies in its game-like quality. Followers wait for clues left by “Q” on the message board. When the clues appear, believers dissect the riddle-like posts alongside Trump’s speeches and tweets and news articles in an effort to validate the main narrative that Trump is winning a war against evil.

    There are now dozens of commentators who dissect “Q” posts — on message boards, in YouTube videos and on their personal pages — but the theory was first championed by a handful of people who worked together to stir discussion of the “Q” posts, eventually pushing the theory on to bigger platforms and gaining followers — a strategy that proved to be the key to Qanon’s spread and the originators’ financial gain.

  68. FincaInTheMountains November 10, 2018 at 8:40 am #


    Before I start telling you about Masons, I want to say that in the city of New York there are more buildings on which are written in large stone letters “Masonic Lodge such and such” than there are churches in Moscow.

    So we don’t have to talk about some “secret” societies.

    Moreover, yours truly received the corresponding offer twice, but by that time I already knew about the Masons enough to understand: they may not be Satanists, but the entrance into the Masonic Lodge is dollar, and the exit is two.

    And I paid dearly for the refusal, but still significantly less than, for example, Ioan Petru Culianu, for example, which I described before.


    On the other hand, Culianu became a famous scientist, and I am telling you about Masons in the message board.

  69. FincaInTheMountains November 10, 2018 at 8:41 am #

    But the most interesting thing is that at the beginning of the 18th century, Russia was also ruled by freemasons, Russia was the capital of world freemasonry, and from the young Peter the Great’s hand, almost all the highest nobility were freemasons.

    Moreover, most of them thought that this did not contradict participation in the Orthodox liturgy, and Tsar Paul I, being the head of the Order of Malta, even served the liturgy as a priest and even a high priest.

    But the fact of the matter is that there is such a thing – Russification and by the middle of the 19th century the grandsons of masons became Orthodox Christians by the method of Russification of Freemasonry, and there were tragic episodes in this story, such as the murder of Pushkin, but the quiet Orthodox revolution in Russia irritates too many in the West for its bloodlessness.

    And so I want to start a conversation about Masons with a few funny examples of Russification, which believe me are directly related to the topic of Freemasonry.

  70. FincaInTheMountains November 10, 2018 at 8:44 am #

    Russian “Taken by the wind”

    Sonny & Cher – Little Man 1966 HQ

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  71. FincaInTheMountains November 10, 2018 at 8:44 am #

    Cher Crying over Sonny Bono during interview


    Russian: Dance from the movie “Lovers” (E.Ishmukhamedov, 1969)


  72. K-Dog November 10, 2018 at 11:05 am #

    They’re pushing this desperate gambit because it’s clear that Mr. Trump is taking the gloves off now in this long-running battle.

    Problem is, Trump never had gloves to take off. Small cold hands don’t wear em. I joke but seriously there is meat behind that link.

    Use of the Trump card is de rigueur by both reds and blues.

    Water, water, everywhere,
    And all the brains did shrink;

  73. outsider November 10, 2018 at 11:11 am #

    The next two years will tell the tale on whether Mr. Trump is able to save the country from itself or will be just another footnote in a long line of failed presidents. His first two have been more bluster than concrete action. How pathetic that the only legislation signed was ever more tax cuts for the 1%. Forcing the resignation of incompetent Jeff Sessions the day after the election was a good start to his next two. But if Trump doesn’t follow it up with stopping the caravans from invading the country, and signing his promised Executive Order ending Birthright Citizenship, then his second term may well be dead in the water.

    • K-Dog November 10, 2018 at 11:12 am #

      He will make something new up to keep you happy.

      • K-Dog November 10, 2018 at 11:14 am #

        Actually other people will and he will take full advantage of it.

  74. K-Dog November 10, 2018 at 11:11 am #

    Readers seem perplexed as to why I keep writing about Russia-gate. It should be self-evident that an attempt by the party then in power to use federal agencies to interfere in a presidential election is serious business in the highest degree. It is corrosive of the rule-of-law and the fate of the nation, and attention must be paid.

    Corrosive? Seems to me it gives law the rule!

    • FincaInTheMountains November 10, 2018 at 11:35 am #

      Seems to me that use of federal agencies to interfere in a presidential election gives law the kick in the balls, and when the law breaks down and falls on the ground, the kick in the face.

      • K-Dog November 10, 2018 at 4:52 pm #

        No, it means the law kicks ass and your ass is next.

    • FincaInTheMountains November 10, 2018 at 11:38 am #

      And then some crazy guy gets to a boiling point and starts sending bombs in the mail, and potentially we have thousands of those.

      Thanks God he was not directed by some Deep State special department and acted on his own, or those bombs could have been a lot more deadly.

  75. elysianfield November 10, 2018 at 11:40 am #

    Today is the United States Marine Corps’ birthday…

    Semper Fi….

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    • Great article on the New York Times today, about 11/11, armistice day of world war I.

      The last man to die in that war was Pvt. Henry Gunther. He was upset about a demotion from sergeant for writing a letter home that was intercepted and seemed critical of the war effort. This was surmised to be the motivation for proving himself by charging a German machine gun nest, alone.

      The Germans tried to wave him away, as the armistice had been signed several hours earlier.

      • K-Dog November 10, 2018 at 4:54 pm #

        I wander what Darwin would say?

        • K-Dog November 10, 2018 at 4:55 pm #

          Style rarely Trumps spelling. This time it did.

          • GreenAlba November 10, 2018 at 6:20 pm #

            For your sins you are condemned to wander for 40 years in the desert of unknowingness wondering about the thoughts of Darwin on the matter.

          • K-Dog November 11, 2018 at 10:52 am #

            I don’t really wonder what Darwin would say. A desire to fit in at war with independent impulses. In Gunther head there was no armistice at all. Sucker was confused and unable to think clearly. Consequently he participated in the elimination of the unfit in what would later be known as suicide by cop.

          • GreenAlba November 11, 2018 at 1:49 pm #

            I was kidding, but yes…

            He seemed to feel he had something to prove, then proved something else.

      • GreenAlba November 10, 2018 at 6:36 pm #

        Snack Pack

        Although Pvt Gunther was the last to be killed, he was one of many to die or be injured in the last hours between the signing of the Armistice and its coming into effect, as a result of French intransigence, or rather that of Maréchal Foch, whose name graces many a French boulevard. There was an item on the radio this morning about this chap…


        …who was the last French soldier to die.

        He died at 10.45am, 15 minutes before the Armistice. “The French Army, embarrassed to have sent men into battle after the armistice with the Germans had been signed, recorded the date of his death as earlier by one day.”

        The discrepancy was discovered by accident. The radio item explained that the wrong done to him has now been acknowledged and appropriately recorded and displayed, but the wrong date of his death has been left as it is on his memorial, in the interests of historical accuracy. Or rather in the interests of accurately recording the historical dishonesty.

        • malthuss November 10, 2018 at 9:23 pm #

          even in your own country the majority of terrorists are not Muslims. They are white Americans.

          There are many words that are over used or misused. Or should be retired.
          Terrorist is one of them.
          One mans terrorist is anothers freedom fighter.

          You dislike the IRA? i notice none of those terrorists are fighting the black and brown invasion.
          Perhaps they were fake, from the beginning.

          • GreenAlba November 11, 2018 at 9:43 am #

            I wish your posts made more sense, Malthuss, I really do.

          • malthuss November 11, 2018 at 10:40 am #

            Green Alba, words are used to control the flow of information and dis information.
            ‘terrorist’ is one of those terms.

            As far as Trump and Disney underpaying people, yes.
            Capitalism at its worst. Ovitz got 90 million for being an insider.

            People in Haiti and Bangladesh work for cheap.
            AT LEAST THEY HAVE WORK. Its that or starvation.
            People complain about child labor in the 3rd world. If those children didnt work, theyd starve.

          • GreenAlba November 11, 2018 at 2:06 pm #

            I got the terrorist/freedom fighter bit, thanks, malthuss. Much of the 70s played out the argument in places all over the world, including in Ireland.

            Regarding child labour, I’m aware of the dilemmas. I’d rather they were at school, obviously, but I appreciate that work means food. I won’t move on to a consideration of globalism at this juncture 🙂

            I wasn’t clear on why you expected the IRA to be fighting black and brown people – their beef was always with the British colonialists.

  76. drewkeeling November 10, 2018 at 12:39 pm #

    The new US Congress does not convene until January. A lot could happen between now and then: to the stock market, exchange rates, international trade and sanctions, strategies -or posturing in lieu of strategies- from the Democratic and Republican parties, etc. But what it might mean for America seems unlikely to be very clear until after then.

  77. mow November 10, 2018 at 1:22 pm #

    Helter Skelter at its finest brought to you by venal politicians .

  78. FincaInTheMountains November 10, 2018 at 4:33 pm #

    Three Sixes and Two Ones of Professor Osipov

    Unfortunately, we have lived to see the time when masons use tales about masons to destroy Orthodox states, and those who help them spread these tales turn out to be their useful idiots. I deliberately use quite a strong expression to describe a person, whom I respect very much, but someone can tell him about this and he will go and read about this issue in serious academic literature, and to use the nonsense of the Nilus sect for such an important issue on unforgivable.

    And so that you understand how serious it all is, I want to please you that tomorrow, at 11 a.m. one hundred years will elapsed since the World War I ended, which in the USA is still considered a war for ending all wars from the pitch of Woodrow Wilson, or rather, the “colonel” House who was his subordinate, but headed the Lodge, of which Woodrow Wilson was a member. And for masons of any lodges in the United States, this date is much more important than May 9, 1945:

    On November 11, 1918, at 5 am French time, the terms of the truce were signed. The Armistice of Compiègne was concluded and at 11 o’clock in the morning it came into effect when the first shots of the artillery salute of the nations were heard in 101 salvos, announcing the end of the First World War. The allies of Germany in the Fourth Alliance capitulated even earlier.

    Starting at 39:11 mark:

    And one hundred and one salvo because the war for ending all wars is still going on and it should have ended a year from tomorrow with the creation of a world government, but Trump seems to have messed up the whole raspberry garden with his anti-globalist speech at the United Nations, which for some reason was greeted with laughter which drove Trump supporters into a rage and respectively to the polls two days ago.

    And I just read that Trump has already sent investigators to Florida to investigate the falsification of the election results, and I assure you that this is only the beginning and that the Big Bargain I am telling you about is most relevant to this.

    So 911 is the ninth month, 11th day of 2001, when two ONES were destroyed – two World Trade Center Towers that were the capital of the state called the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, which belongs to the US state in much the same way as City of London to the state of the United Kingdom.

    And the architectural solution of the twin towers of the World Trade Center is called Westwerk, and I wrote about what it means in the post Color World Projects of the West.

    And in this post it is enough to mention that Westwerk is a distinctive feature of the Gothic temples of Europe, in which they worshiped the one who inspired the Crusaders for the Fourth Crusade.

    And these temples were built by bricklayers crews, which later became Masonic lodges, but it should not be forgotten that the meaning of the structure was determined not by the builders, but by the customers, and there were other cathedrals that were built by the same bricklayers’ crews, but ordered by different customers and they did not have Westwerks.

    And a hundred years ago, without one day, the end of the first stage of this war was scheduled at 11 am 11 days 11 months, clearly using two units as the same and very powerful symbol that stands behind the Cathedral of Our Lady of Paris and the twin towers of the World Trade Center.

    And actually no one conceals the meaning of this symbol, it is well known – this is dualism, that is, the belief that the world was created by two gods personifying Good and Evil.

    Historically, this religion is associated with the Aryans, and the notorious Ahnenerbe, after Nietzsche, saw this as the reason for the eternal and inescapable hostility of the Jewish and Germanic peoples.

    But if the Holy Scriptures are not studied according to Kuraev, then one can learn from it that the Aryans and the Jews were spiritual allies in the fight against Amalek – the anti-Semite people in the modern sense of the word, and the Jews for helping to return to the Promised Land from the Babylonian captivity and build The Second Temple even proclaimed a true Aryan and a dualist fire-worshiper Cyrus the Great as Moshiach.

    So, who are those dualists whom Nietzsche described in the book “The Joyful Wisdom” and to which he attributed the famous “God is dead!” (Gott ist tot)?

    In this book, Nietzsche argues with the ideological leader of the Illuminati Hegel about these circumstances, and it is not by chance that the main ideologue of the Great Trump Revolution, Catholic Steve Bannon, chose Nietzsche slogan to describe metaphysical evil, which Christian America, led by Donald Trump, rebelled against and he finished this oil painting, inviting the Orthodox Archbishop to nourish the Republican convention.

    This is the same Pride with a capital letter, which Professor Osipov speaks about, but Pride is not the power of the Popes, which he considers the primary source of the Schism, it is a sect that consciously split the Church in order to incite one part of it against another.

    Pope Leo III did not consider himself infallible until Charlemagne at the Frankfurt Cathedral forced him to proclaim his infallibility, Pope Leo VI in 1054 sent Cardinal Humbert not to hand an anathema, but to settle the conflict, and the Black Project dealt with his close ones as Russian privateers dealt with the family of Brezhnev and Grishin, and the Lord God sent him death before the Schism became a reality.

    I will not explain to you the meaning of this religion – the human mind is a very dangerous tool and there are such ideas that turn it into an enemy of the soul, which always is Christian Lady.

    But here Hollywood comes to my rescue and explains to us in a relatively safe form the basis of this religion and this sect, as well as tomorrow’s anniversary in the movie “11-11-11”, the essence of which is that a person in the best traditions of Aryan fire worshipers enters into the fight against dark forces, and at the decisive moment he discovers that he fought with the angels of the Lord, and the dark force is he, his Pride and a sect belonging to her, to which he agrees to serve forever and of which Gorbachev speaks one to one in his interview with Posner.

    Only The Spotted Judas is lying – this anecdote, which he told Pozner in response to the question about meeting with the Lord (47:25) says that he is a sectarian ala Ananerbe, and not an atheist. Atheists do not want to be in the place of God, they deny God.


    Now compare this to what Osipov says, and whose words in this video I can only compare with the beloved blasphemy of apolitical Christianity, according to which the Crusaders took Constantinople by chance to pay the Venetian Jew Dandolo for the journey to the Holy Land.


    • malthuss November 11, 2018 at 10:47 am #

      11– a masonic number.
      11 x 3 = 33.

      33 x 2 = 66.


      • GreenAlba November 12, 2018 at 10:12 am #

        0 = what all of that adds up to…

  79. Quixotic November 10, 2018 at 6:51 pm #

    I’m trying to understand why it is that the friends (and non-friends) that happen to lean left (some lefter than others) unanimously decry any talk of a conspiracy within the upper levels of the DOJ/FBI/and likely others agencies to either stop D. Trump from gaining the presidency and/or attempting to bring him down or delegitimize his victory once he had achieved it. While I can see that could reflect poorly on the Democrat Party, here is where I find the pinch: if it turned out, that Republicans were also involved, I would want the them prosecuted, I would not wish to cover their misdeeds in order to save face. Which is the greater loyalty, to one’s party or to the law upon which the whole political game hangs.

    • GreenAlba November 10, 2018 at 7:20 pm #

      The greatest loyalty should be to the truth. Shysters are shysters, no matter what side they’re on.

      On our side of the pond, a certain Aaron Banks is being investigated regarding a sum of £8 million, which allegedly made its way into the (unofficial) Brexit campaign’s coffers from a foreign source (possibly THAT foreign source), through one of his shell companies in the Isle of Man, thus breaking electoral law.

      However, in a possibly tenuous parallel to your own situation, I wouldn’t want to see this used as an excuse to stop the Brexiters from experiencing the full effects of what they voted for. Rather, I would simply be happy for a message to go to all manner of such cheating b*st*rds that they will always be found out. Eventually. So some time at Her Maj’s Pleasure for the scumbag would be a joy to behold, if he should be found guilty. (I retain the right to describe him as a scumbag whether or not he is found guilty, based on prior evidence.)

      A centre-lefty

      • hmuller November 10, 2018 at 9:16 pm #

        8 million pounds is pocket change. How much money do you suppose the International Bankers (like the Rothschilds) funneled into the anti-Brexit campaign? None you say? Because globalists never lie, cheat, or manipulate public opinion. They just happen to own the mainstream media.

        It was a miracle that so many people in Britain saw through the archontic delusion and voted for Brexit. Freedom is good; the Orwellian totalitarians of Brussels are bad. – Just my opinion.

        • GreenAlba November 10, 2018 at 9:22 pm #

          Thank you for your opinion, hm. My opinion is that the sums don’t matter.

          It would appear that the pendulum has swung the other way. Which is why the Leave leaders are so terrified of a second referendum, as has been called for by Boris Johnson’s brother, among others. You will have seen that he has resigned his ministerial post because the prospect of either Theresa May’s Brexit or a no-deal Brexit is absolutely not what the British people were promised when they voted.

          Any Leave leader with the courage of their convictions would be demanding a vote on the CURRENT options on offer. But they’re terrified of The People’s decision.

          And, as we speak, Trump’s minions are engaged in behind-the-scenes talks to let the British government know that it can damn well drop its standards and regulations if it wants that coveted suicidal trade deal with the US. Take back control, my arse.

          • GreenAlba November 10, 2018 at 9:26 pm #

            But fair play to you, hm. I can see why you’d want the UK to sign a suicidal trade deal with US that would decimate our workers’ and safety rights and sell the NHS down the river to your healthcare piranhas.

        • GreenAlba November 10, 2018 at 9:32 pm #

          Oh dear, hm, an own goal 🙂

          The majority of the British press were/are pro-Brexit.

          “By The Huffington Post UK’s estimation, totalling up the print circulation of newspapers which have declared their positions shows papers supporting Leave have an audience of around 4.8 million, while those backing Remain reach just over 3 million.”

          Er…what were you saying about their ownership?

          • hmuller November 10, 2018 at 10:00 pm #

            In America six mega corporations own the media and they all report the same stories using the same language with the same perspective, buzz words, talking points, Yadda yadda. “Trump is bad, Trump must go.” It’s a hypnotic drumbeat with them. (FOX news is only half bad, a little truth seeps thru)

            And don’t talk to me about the USA trying to dominate Britain! We fought 3 wars to be free of the Bank of England. But your slimy Rothschild bankers wouldn’t leave us alone and finally took control in 1913 with the establishment of the Federal Reserve. Though in fairness, I should say they are only headquartered in London (and Switzerland) they have no national loyalties.

            It appears you are a balls to the walls lover of all things smacking of globalism. I hate it. When one entity controls the world, oppression and evil will triumph. Just look at the people pushing that agenda – crazed, demonic pedophiles.

            And now, true to form, you will go dig up a newspaper article about an anti-globalist convicted of pedophilia. LOL Because single instance anecdotes are the way you understand the world. And there’s always one that supports your viewpoint.

          • SoftStarLight November 11, 2018 at 12:48 am #

            Thank God we are not a colony of Britain! Unfortunately a beautiful country with such a rich history but with so many people who want to give it all away to Globalists and Muslims. That is just so sad.

          • GreenAlba November 11, 2018 at 7:30 am #


            I have no love of ‘globalists’. What I find sad is your quaint belief that if the UK ceases to be a more-than-equal member of the EU and instead signs over its rights to an overbearing US it somehow ceases to be globalist. Did you not notice that the slogans of the Leave campaign are about ‘global Britain’, a Britain free to sign secret trade deals without its sovereign parliament having any right to scrutinise them, let alone the people who will be affected by them?

            I’ve signed a petition and written to my MP to demand that parliament be entitled to scrutinise deals made by the post-Brexit globalists. Your naivety is gobsmacking.

            But as I said, I totally understand that your stocks and shares, even if only in the form of your pension, will be helped along by US corporate piranhas being able to eat their way through the UK. So I do understand your self interest in the matter and your total disregard for British workers. Dog eat dog eh…

          • GreenAlba November 11, 2018 at 7:35 am #


            “Thank God we are not a colony of Britain! Unfortunately a beautiful country with such a rich history but with so many people who want to give it all away to Globalists and Muslims”.

            So you’ve visited? I didn’t realise. Where did you go?

            I don’t intend to see it ‘given away to Muslims’ any more than I intend to see it given away to Christian fundamentalists. We’ve been through that already in our turbulent history. ‘Sad’ is so totally not the right word.

            But you don’t need to worry about being a colony of Britain. The UK is about to sign away its pretensions to independence by becoming a de facto colony of America Inc. And I understand how that will benefit you, so well done.

          • GreenAlba November 11, 2018 at 7:45 am #

            I think your problem, hm, is that, while you complain about the use of ‘anecdotes’, what you actually mean is that you prefer to sling around generalities like ‘globalist’ because it saves you actually thinking about how things work in real life.

            You have still to explain to me how post-Brexit Britain will in any way be non-globalist. Give it a try. Start will the fact that immigration from outside the EU is rising before we’ve even left the EU and will continue apace once we’ve actually left.

            Then you can work out how non-globalist our lives will be when the markets force the pound to tank – further.. And since the Brexit vote immediately caused the UK to lose its triple A status and pay more to service its national debt, you can advise on some non-globalist methods of dealing with the next increase in the cost of its debt obligations.

            Then you can move on to a non-globalist strategy for bringing jobs to towns like Sunderland (really, you should go there are see what it’s like first) when Nissan et al have moved their plants to Europe. I mean, they could try to make cars that cost more than Nissan’s do and er… not be able to sell them, so you’d need to come up with something better than that, obviously.

          • SoftStarLight November 11, 2018 at 12:36 pm #

            No I have never visited the UK before – but maybe someday. I believe you that you don’t intend to give your country away to Muslims. They say the road to hell is paved with good intentions…..

          • Tate November 11, 2018 at 1:17 pm #

            I was watching a doc on the ‘Tigers of Scotland.’ IOW, the Scottish Wildcat, which is basically the same as the European Wildcat, which Janos has mentioned.

            They look the same as the common house cat but they cannot be domesticated. They have interbred with feral domestic cats so there are no 100% pure specimens left. Sad.

            If you were to tell the enthusiasts running the captive breeding program that they are racists, obsessing over a pure strain, they would probably recoil in horror. They might even physically attack you for your heresy, or report you to the proper authorities.

            Or maybe they do secretly intuit this, but won’t say anything for fear of ‘Big Brother,’ who has become a real oppressive lurking omni-presence in the U.K. Remember, Winston & Julia had to go way out in the boonies to meet, & even then suspected every faint rustling in the undergrowth to be evidence they were being spied upon. If they spotted a wildcat out there, & it spotted them, what would it think? ‘Oh right, some more poor ingsoc blighters out here for some fun, right. Well, carry on.’

          • GreenAlba November 11, 2018 at 2:11 pm #

            “If you were to tell the enthusiasts running the captive breeding program that they are racists, obsessing over a pure strain, they would probably recoil in horror. ”

            I wouldn’t be saying anything that stupid, though, would I,Tate, them being er…cats an’ all?

            It is unfortunate when humans start to refer to other humans in terms of breeding programmes, especially since we already know where such ideas have already led. Perhaps that wasn’t enough for you.

          • Tate November 11, 2018 at 6:15 pm #

            Oh, you wouldn’t be saying anything that stupid, them being cats an’ all, would you? As though you can’t comprehend that race is an analogue for speciation in other life forms… As though the Wild Cat breeders couldn’t possibly comprehend what you were talking about if you did… As though genetic purity is desirable in any but the genetic carriers of Western Civilization… As though Soros & the billionaire Davos set know better than we what our own grandchildren should look & act like… As though preservation is not the same as possibly misguided improvement… And finally, as though you don’t play stupid when it suits you…?

          • GreenAlba November 12, 2018 at 8:46 am #

            You do seem to be getting your knickers in a twist, Tate.

            I don’t consider it all that important that the pure Scottish wildcat is artificially returned to nature – because artificial is what this process is, just as much as breeding domesticated animals. It shagged domestic cats of its own volition, which is, by contrast, a natural process, at least on one side.

            Species extinctions are happening throughout the planet at an unprecedented rate and the only one that bothers you is one that you can use for your opportunistic racial rants. How much of a f*ck to you give about the ones that climate change is causing? Hypocrite.

            I don’t need to play stupid. I don’t equate humans and other animals in terms of human-instigated breeding projects. I find your views disgusting. But I don’t think you’re one bit stupid either. Just unpleasantly obsessive.

            You are so totally like the angry, belligerent Ulster Scots/Border Reiver transatlantic plants that Joe Bageant describes in his brilliant ‘Deer Hunting with Jesus’ that it’s uncanny. They were his people too, but he grew up into a full human.

          • Tate November 12, 2018 at 2:17 pm #

            “You are so totally like the angry, belligerent Ulster Scots/Border Reiver transatlantic plants that Joe Bageant describes in his brilliant ‘Deer Hunting with Jesus’ that it’s uncanny.”

            Gee, thanks. You’re a sweetie.

        • GreenAlba November 11, 2018 at 7:46 am #

          But you specifically haven’t responded to my non-anecdotal point that the mainstream media, which you tell me is owned by the globalists, overwhelmingly supported Brexit. Still waiting…

          • GreenAlba November 11, 2018 at 7:47 am #

            I do agree that much of it is owned by globalists, so its just the bit about their support for Brexit you need to explain.

          • hmuller November 11, 2018 at 9:56 am #

            Ok GA, I confess I don’t read the British press. I’ll take your word that some papers favored the exit.

            You overestimate my position in society, If you think I’m sitting here like some Dickensian villain, calculating how much I can profit from the British workers I plan to enslave

            You are so close to recognizing the 600 lb gorilla in the room who is causing all the stink. I speak of the international Banking Cartel, source of global oppression, robber of the working class, fomenter of wars, enabler of pollution, parasitic, Luciferian fount of evil.

            They are globalists and they need to be wiped out if humanity is to have a dawn of freedom. I do however realize they can easily survive a Brexit and keep functioning as the de facto government of the world from “The City” as you call it.

            Thanks for not getting into your anecdotal newspaper clippings. It used to be if I said squirrels are furry; you’d pull out a story about a bald squirrel to prove I didn’t know what I was talking about.

            It may be a brain hard wiring thing. Women naturally think in terms of actual life experiences; men can comprehend abstractions, generalities, and the big picture.

          • malthuss November 11, 2018 at 10:50 am #

            Girl, you should have been a lawyer. You argue like the best of them.

          • hmuller November 11, 2018 at 11:09 am #

            Did you mean me, Malthus? I have a law degree from the University of Illinois.

          • GreenAlba November 11, 2018 at 11:16 am #

            Thanks for mansplaining your thought processes to me hm. I’ll remember not to bother having any kind of sensible argument with you.

            If you want my thoughts on abstractions and generalities, I refer you to my earlier (longest) post on another matter, which you will already have read – if for no other reason (what other reason could there be?) than to find something to attack.

            But how foolish of me to imagine that the actual facts about the British press and their support for Brexit were less meaningful than your wishful thinking about how you abstractedly thought they must operate.

            It must be awful to have actual reality womansplained to you.

            I am in no way ignorant of the role of the banking cartels. In fact I’m much more aware than you are of their unfortunate contribution to the national welfare. So, much as I’d like to see them all disappear to Frankfurt, Dublin and Paris after Brexit, my unfortunate ability to see facts as being more important than generalisations makes it necessary for me to acknowledge that they pay a very large contribution to the public spending that enables us all to frequent schools and hospitals.

            I realise such institutions are difficult to notice from the rarified point of view of the dealer in abstractions.

          • hmuller November 11, 2018 at 11:38 am #

            GA, I’ll ignore all the bitchiness as being some unfortunate menopausal flashback.

            You credit financial institutions for paying for schools, social services, and whatever. Where did these institutions get the money? Did they produce anything of real value and add it to society?

          • GreenAlba November 11, 2018 at 11:51 am #

            HM, if you think a sarcastic response to your mansplaining about the female brain is bitchiness and choose to respond with more mansplaining male bitchiness, that’s up to you.

            I was not the one to impute thought processes because I didn’t have an argument. That would be you.

            I’m sorry you misunderstood my point about the tax contribution of financial institutions as being some kind of support of said institutions and their nefarious activities per se (although I do acknowledge a limited number of socially useful financial functions). I will not blame your misunderstanding of my point to any kind of male brain issue, but will leave that kind of ad hominem approach to you, since you chose it.

          • GreenAlba November 11, 2018 at 11:53 am #


          • hmuller November 11, 2018 at 12:10 pm #

            Ok GA, you’re not bitchy, calm down and have a nice cup of tea before you stroke out.

          • Janos Skorenzy November 11, 2018 at 1:39 pm #

            Alba doesn’t know how the World works, despite her fairly high IQ and education. Since violence is “bad”, it can’t lead to anything good in her reddish book. Thus she doesn’t realize the Irish bombers drove the English to the negotiating table to talk with the “good” Irish who are really the same as the “bad” Irish.

            Similarly, she thinks the Globalists are peaceful. Lol. Yet she fulminates against the United States who are their attack dogs. But since the Globalists are good and peaceful, she denies the connection. Thus Serbia was bombed to pieces in order to set up a Narco-Muslim state in Europe and since it happened under the auspices of NATO, it was all Ok, since they’re Good. And despite the fact that the United States did most of the heavy lifting and dropping. Weapons of Peace! Ketchup is a vegetable!

          • GreenAlba November 11, 2018 at 2:37 pm #

            You can’t help yourself, can you, hm. I try to be reasonable in posts to you, because GENERALLY, even though we disagree on things (not everything) you have more recently tended to stay reasonable and not let everything degenerate into rants about ‘lefties’. Or maybe I’m just forgetting. Anyway, it has seemed to me that you are even capable of enjoying a mild ‘larf’ with one who disagrees with you, hence my disappointment at the er… ad feminem approach, which I see you are determined to continue.

            I will, in my magnanimity, let it go and wipe the slate clean, in the interests of perhaps having a less pointless exchange at another time.

            While I’m here though, the following are not ‘anecdotes’, they’re a couple of articles by Liam Fox, arch-Brexiter and all round shyster. He was sacked from a previous ministerial post for breaking the ministerial code by taking his sort-of-male-friend-or-something (he’s married, but married Tories of a certain vintage are a mixed bag) on a work trip to somewhere or other, paid for by the likes of Yours Truly. All on the quiet and totally not above board.

            He also co-founded ‘Atlantic Bridge’ an organisation of aspiring transatlantic globalists who do not have anyone’s interests at heart other than their own. No wonder Dr Fox didn’t stay long in medicine. Pickings are greater elsewhere.

            Anyway, I merely offer you the articles, which I wouldn’t recommend spending any real time on, to back up my repeated claims to you that the Brexit leaders are confirmed, proud and self-proclaimed globalists. So whatever else you want to think about Brexit, the claim that is it anti-globalist is a naive one.


            “Liam Fox: globalisation needs to be championed more vigorously”


            “Don’t blame globalisation for poverty – Liam Fox”


            “UK’s globetrotting trade chief defends globalism”

            If I can convince you of that, it will be something.

          • GreenAlba November 11, 2018 at 2:41 pm #


            Since I have never at any point shared with you my views on Serbia, perhaps I could respectfully suggest you shut up.

            The rest is your usual mish-mash. I have nothing against ‘America’. I have multiple American relatives. I do not wish to be at the mercy of your corporatocracy after Brexit, which is where I am likely to find myself despite my rather helpless and desperate acts of signing petitions about secret trade deals with your race-to-the-bottom rottweilers.

          • GreenAlba November 11, 2018 at 2:46 pm #

            Should have said ‘now-defunct’ Atlantic Bridge. It was one of those Dark Money organisations and ended up disbanding itself after some bad PR, sadly for Wily Fox.

  80. janet November 10, 2018 at 9:13 pm #

    Postmortem on Trump Corruption

    “I plan to shine a light on waste, fraud, and abuse in the Trump Administration. I want to probe senior Administration officials across the government who have abused their positions of power and wasted taxpayer money, as well as President Trump’s decisions to act in his own financial self-interest rather than the best interests of the American people.” –Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-Md.), the incoming chairman of the House Oversight Committee

    It’s a target-rich environment following a “complete desert of oversight under the Republican watch” for the last two years.

    Trump’s family separation policy

    Efforts to sabotage the Affordable Care Act

    Rollbacks of environmental regulations

    The inclusion of a citizenship question on the 2020 Census

    The issuance of security clearances to Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner and former national security adviser Michael Flynn

    Voter suppression and the president’s potential violation of the Constitution’s Emoluments Clause

    They also plan to obtain Trump’s tax returns.

    Trump and his oligarch friends’ crime spree is about to come to an end.

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    • Tate November 11, 2018 at 12:27 am #

      If Pelosi gets the Speakership with the President’s active support, as he has indicated he will offer her, then she will have to rein in Cummings, Nadler, Schiff, Waters et al. Can she do it, or will the Dems further implode? The beauty of it is, either way, Trump wins, Lol.

    • Exscotticus November 11, 2018 at 12:40 am #

      >>> Trump’s family separation policy

      You mean Obama’s family serparation policy. And—yes—Obama also set up tent cities.

      >>> Efforts to sabotage the Affordable Care Act

      Guilty as charged. The ACA was passed without a single Republican vote. Trump campaigned on ending it and was elected. He has the lawful mandate to do so.

      >>> Rollbacks of environmental regulations

      No carbon credits for you! Oh well, I guess America will continue to pollute just like the Third World does…

      >>> The inclusion of a citizenship question on the 2020 Census

      Awesome! Liberal states shouldn’t get more representation in Congress by fraudulently counting illegal aliens as citizens.

      >>> The issuance of security clearances to Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner and former national security adviser Michael Flynn

      And…? Obama took it upon himself to completely change security clearance procedures with no permission from anyone. His Secret Service team didn’t have proper clearances. Oops!

      >>> Voter suppression and the president’s potential violation of the Constitution’s Emoluments Clause

      LOL. Good luck arguing that enforcing the law is voter suppression. Or that asking for a photo ID is voter suppression. We demand photo IDs to fly, to drive, to bank, to buy or sell a home, to buy or sell a car, to get married, to get health care, to buy a six-pack of beer, but we can’t ask for one to ensure voting integrity?! In any case, a CONSERVATIVE SCOTUS will have the final say on what can or can’t be asked of voters.

      >>> They also plan to obtain Trump’s tax returns.

      Not if a CONSERVATIVE SCOTUS has anything to say on the matter.

      >>> Trump and his oligarch friends’ crime spree is about to come to an end.

      LOL. Your lame-duck House will spend two years chasing fantasies. And then it will be time for them to go back to their districts and explain what they accomplished. Which is NOTHING.

      • malthuss November 11, 2018 at 10:51 am #

        you know much.

  81. malthuss November 10, 2018 at 9:26 pm #

    What do people here think about QAnon?
    I have mostly ignored Q.

    • Janos Skorenzy November 11, 2018 at 2:05 am #

      Finc had a rare, valuable point: Q had postulated that Sessions was secretly working on mass indictments of the evil ones, only pretending to be a do nothing Cuck and Enemy within against Trump. That Trump got rid of him ASAP now that he controls the Senate seems to strongly indicate the Q was wrong. And since this was a major plank in his Theory….

      • malthuss November 11, 2018 at 10:29 am #

        Thanks John and Janos.
        Since he was ‘anon’ I was suspicious.

        Its like all the loons rambling about Pizzagate.
        Pizzagate is all too real, but if someone doesnt have inside information, we end up with Isaac Kappy and David who wants big money for his DVDs.

        I was talking to a stranger who researches human trafficking.
        He said he knew someone who had a relative? who worked for
        DW Schultz. ‘Never go to political parties -except at the White house. you will be drugged and photographed in compromising positions with underage people.’

        and here,
        Laura silsby,
        laura ling in nor korea,
        barney frank,
        larry brinkin in san fran
        computers w kiddy porn
        Jimmy saville, > confirmed
        Mc martin day care–murders around
        Ted heath, Franklin cover up, Fred West =10
        Johnny gosch is at whitehouse

        For those who doubted that this story was real, 5200 pentagon workers were verified as using and distributing child pornography, no one denies it, and the media isn’t interested in it. What goes on in top levels would shock us all. they all end up down the memory hole !……… take a peek, these are the people that run you. And this is one of their control centre…

        pizzagate has simply uncovered what the big guys in washington have known. but they are compromised so they cant or wont speak out.
        if it were only an experiment of the cia to “test the gullibility of the general public”, they would have chosen a story that has less real aspects to it that are a threat to the elite.

        consider : the wikileaks are real, the bizarre paintings in podesta’s house and the pizzeria are real, reports of other pedophile rings all over the world keep on coming up, and some have been proven real (jimmy savile, jeffrey epstein etc.) you don’t invent a hoax that is a real threat to you.
        Also, all 6 networks work IN CONCERT to discredit it [see wiki pizzagate] and created the term ‘fake news’ which has stuck.

        • malthuss November 11, 2018 at 10:53 am #

          The david I mentioned who wants money is D Zublick.

        • hmuller November 11, 2018 at 11:31 am #

          Thanks Malthuss,

          You summed it up. So many stories the MSM buries after one mention; and never connecting the dots between stories.

          I recall how one network anchor with a wink did a 15 second report on Jimmy Saville, carefully worded to create the impression he was a dirty old man who enjoyed hot tubs with 19-yr olds. No, more like 9-yr olds. The spin is disgusting.

          And the arrogance of those who know nothing heaping derision on those who are awake – really rattles my cage sometimes. I want to scream “at least do some research (beyond Snopes) before you dismiss those like Liz Crokin who have done their homework.”

  82. janet November 11, 2018 at 1:19 am #

    Oct 5, 2018 exscotticus: “LOL even with a blue wave (which is now looking more like a tinkle than a wave”

    Turned out to be more of a BLUE wave than a tinkle. Kavanaugh will be on our side, that’s the side of the Constitution and settled case law.

    • FincaInTheMountains November 11, 2018 at 1:20 am #

      Deceit and disgusting nauseating corruption

    • Exscotticus November 11, 2018 at 12:50 pm #

      >>> Turned out to be more of a BLUE wave than a tinkle.

      Except that you didn’t take the Senate. Oops! No impeachment for you! Lots of conservative judges for me!

  83. janet November 11, 2018 at 1:24 am #

    Postmortem of Centrist Kavanaugh Appointment

    Within the court, Kavanaugh has deferred to his colleagues in oral arguments and quickly adhered to the court’s institutional traditions. The other justices have gone out of their way to be publicly welcoming and have shown an unusual degree of collegiality all around during arguments so far this term, even laughing more at one another’s jokes.

    In the few cases he has handled so far, Kavanaugh has declined some opportunities to favor the Trump administration, separating himself from Gorsuch in early votes. He has aligned more to the center with Chief Justice John Roberts than the far right of the bench.

    • Janos Skorenzy November 11, 2018 at 2:08 am #

      Soon Buzzy will fall. Even now she circles lower and lower. Then the Court will Ours and We will rule forever. Don Jr will be crowned after King Donald the First passes away. And Baron will be crowned after King Donald the Second passes to his reward.

      • janet November 11, 2018 at 3:14 am #

        Nobody knows who will go first: you, me, RBG, or Kav.

      • GreenAlba November 11, 2018 at 7:23 am #

        “And Baron will be crowned after King Donald the Second passes to his reward.”

        I don’t think you’re showing due respect there, Trump Subject – he won’t be impressed that you can’t even spell His Name. It may become a capital offence. Or did you mean that the future Mrs Trump will be a baroness? That would fit, I suppose.

      • malthuss November 11, 2018 at 11:01 am #

        Where or how did Judaism start?

        No religion is independent of its predecessors.


        • GreenAlba November 11, 2018 at 2:55 pm #

          Since you asked for where OR how, I’ll settle for offering you Judea.

          You will find your book has a very mixed bag of reviews. Some are dreadful.

          There is no shortage of reputable authors of biblical histories and criticism that I’d go to first. I found AN Wilson’s ‘Jesus’ and ‘Paul’ both quite informative on the NT and may re-read them. Having spent earlier decades on apologetics (small ‘a’), I feel the other side has a fair claim on my time.

  84. janet November 11, 2018 at 1:38 am #

    Postmortem on Traitor Rohrabacher

    Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, a 15-term Southern California congressman known for supporting Russian President Vladimir Putin, has lost his re-election bid to Democratic challenger Harley Rouda according to Associated Press.

    Another one bites the dust in the BLUE WAVE.

    Republicans are expressing baseless opinions about “fraud” but they have not been able to present one iota of hard evidence of fraud in a court of law, not even with so many conservative judges to choose from. Not one single substantiated case of voter fraud. The Republican claims of voter fraud are themselves fraudulent.

    • outsider November 11, 2018 at 8:58 am #

      Rohrabacher was one of the few voices of sanity in Congress regarding Russia and Mr. Putin. His defeat is yet another signal that whites need to flee the Peoples Republic of California.

  85. janet November 11, 2018 at 1:53 am #

    Postmortem of a False Dichotomy

    I often hear people argue that the United States is a republic, not a democracy. But that’s a false dichotomy. A common definition of “republic” is, to quote the American Heritage Dictionary, “A political order in which the supreme power lies in a body of citizens who are entitled to vote for officers and representatives responsible to them” — we are that. A common definition of “democracy” is, “Government by the people, exercised either directly or through elected representatives” — we are that, too.

    James Wilson, one of the main drafters of the Constitution and one of the first Supreme Court Justices, defended the Constitution in 1787 by speaking of the three forms of government being the “monarchical, aristocratical, and democratical,” and said that in a democracy the sovereign power is “inherent in the people, and is either exercised by themselves or by their representatives.”

    Both/And instead of Either/Or.

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    • outsider November 11, 2018 at 9:06 am #

      If we were a democracy there would be no Electoral College and Queen Hillary would be POTUS with the votes of illegals in California putting her over the top. Take away California and Trump won the popular vote by 1.5 million. If we were a democracy, no Republican would ever again be elected president. Thank god we are not (yet) a democracy. As they say, democracy is two wolves and a sheep deciding what’s for dinner.

    • K-Dog November 11, 2018 at 11:18 am #

      We can’t all vote.

      • K-Dog November 11, 2018 at 11:19 am #

        If I wanted to I’d have to do it by mail. What kind of bullshit is that?

        • Tate November 11, 2018 at 1:33 pm #

          Double-plus ungood. We need to do away with mail-in voting, plain & simple.

        • Janos Skorenzy November 11, 2018 at 1:46 pm #

          Making Blacks get picture ID’s is raciss! And if they don’t have to get ’em, neither do the millions of little brownies! A sure fire recipe for success. Have some more pot brownies, and forget about how we’re losing America. Cuz there is no “we”, right. People are people are house plants are venus fly traps are pod people.

    • Exscotticus November 11, 2018 at 12:44 pm #

      I guess janet now knows more about the USA then the Founding Fathers who created it.

      janet, go read the Federalist Papers and get back to us. The USA is a republic with some democratic elements. It is not a democracy except in a very broad sense—such as the broad definition you supplied that would make even Hitler’s Germany qualify as a democracy.

  86. janet November 11, 2018 at 2:15 am #

    Postmortem on Trump’s Fake “Invasion”

    Observers studying Central American migration say the caravans offer protection in numbers because Mexico can be perilous for most migrants. Human rights organizations are providing oversight as the caravans progress through Mexico. It also costs less as migrants can skip paying a “coyote” to take them north.

    “I always wanted to take the trip [north,] but didn’t dare to do it alone,” said López, who added she made little money selling clothes in a market and that extortion demands from gangs have eroded her meager earnings. She also noted that coyotes were asking for $6,000 to get her to the U.S, “but I didn’t have that kind of money.”

    Mexico has offered temporary work visas to caravan participants, along with healthcare and the chance for them to enroll their children in school. The Mexican government says 2,697 temporary visas have been issued to individuals and families as they wait for the 45-day application process for legal, permanent status.

  87. seawolf77 November 11, 2018 at 8:16 am #

    Both races in Florida and the one in Georgia will be overturned. All you Trumpsters should take your valium now. Don’t want you to have an annuerisym or seizure or something.

    • outsider November 11, 2018 at 9:24 am #

      They are finding boxes of votes in school broom closets – 90+% for the democrat. The Supervisor of Elections in Broward County, Brenda Snipes, is totally corrupt. If the far Left succeeds the Franchise (one man one vote) is finished and the end of the American experiment is nigh. Will the Courts stop the madness as they did in Bush v Gore?

      • Janos Skorenzy November 11, 2018 at 1:48 pm #

        And she was investigated before (more than once I believe) and found to be so. WHY didn’t they take action then? The Centre is not holding – and I don’t just mean politically.

  88. FincaInTheMountains November 11, 2018 at 10:28 am #

    I will not explain to you the meaning of this religion – the human mind is a very dangerous tool and there are such ideas that turn it into an enemy of the soul, which always is Christian Lady. == Finca

    I would like to clarify that sentence – it comes from the Tertullian’s “THE SOUL, IN ITS VERY NATURE CHRISTIAN!”, but in Russian language it sounds “soul is always Christiana”, if I can use the word “Christiana” for Christian female.

    The word “soul” in Russian is also feminine. The word “Mind”, as you have probably guessed already, in Russian is masculine.

    • stelmosfire November 11, 2018 at 10:45 am #


    • FincaInTheMountains November 11, 2018 at 10:51 am #

      That is the whole point, even if you consider yourself an atheist or agnostic, but were brought up in Christian culture, your female soul is Christiana.

      To be more specific, I was brought up in the 100% Soviet family, Jewish only by ethnicity, totally atheistic, my father was a member of the Communist party, but the family had a live-in nanny, 100% Orthodox Russian woman from a village in Tumbov, and now when I talk to younger ethnic Russians, who lived all their lives in Russia, I sound more Russian than they do.

      • K-Dog November 11, 2018 at 11:23 am #

        On August 16, 1781, Empress Catherine the Great approved the city’s coat of arms depicting a beehive, symbolizing the town’s hardworking residents.

  89. malthuss November 11, 2018 at 10:43 am #

    an anti-globalist convicted of pedophilia. ?????

  90. Pucker November 11, 2018 at 10:51 am #

    Today is “Armistice Day”, commemorating the end of WW I. Now there’s a war for which the official explanation makes no sense. “Some crazy bloke shot Archduke Ferdinand and then Europe was engulfed in flames.”

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    • K-Dog November 11, 2018 at 11:03 am #

      If I were a historian with the time and resources to do it I’d go into the records and find out what European social class had lost ‘growth room‘ by the end of 1913. Who needed to mix things up to maintain their social status? Maintenance of the status quo amounts to preserving human social hierarchy. it is exactly the same thing. Preserving human social hierarchy is a very deep need which will not be ignored. No way will it be ignored.

      I will not be ignored.

      “Some crazy bloke shot Archduke Ferdinand and then Europe was engulfed in flames.”

      The statement is true enough but the ‘and then‘ is standing in for a few thousand words.

    • Anon1970 November 11, 2018 at 12:40 pm #

      Britain and Germany had been in an arms race for years before war broke out in 1914. If it hadn’t been the shooting death of an Archduke, there would have been some other spark that would have set off the conflagration. No one expected the war to last as long as it did or to cost so much in lives and treasure.

      • outsider November 11, 2018 at 4:13 pm #

        Isn’t that true of all wars, Anon?

  91. Pucker November 11, 2018 at 11:16 am #

    This guy’s great.


    • K-Dog November 11, 2018 at 11:29 am #

      Not all elevators go to the top floor. Some shake rattle clang and bounce. Makes them kind of fun it does. This guys a freight elevator. Lots of fun.

    • FincaInTheMountains November 11, 2018 at 11:37 am #

      This guy is an agent-provocateur who wants his fellow-citizen dead in the streets.

      The goal was to restore the two-party political system and avoid a bloody civil war.

      And yes, the deal was made with the more sane part of the Deep State and Democratic Party.

      • K-Dog November 11, 2018 at 12:37 pm #

        Not all agent-provocateur’s want their fellow-citizens dead in the street. Some do yes. Such people are facile with the difficult mental acrobatics it takes to blame all their troubles on others. Such people lust for mayhem. I don’t think that is the norm. There is probably a Pareto distribution where most agent-provocateur’s just want medical and dental.

      • outsider November 11, 2018 at 4:02 pm #

        “The Tree of Liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants.” Thomas Jefferson

        When WILL it be time?

  92. FincaInTheMountains November 11, 2018 at 11:19 am #

    Colonel House, a leader of a powerful Masonic Lodge, a member of which was US President Woodrow Wilson, using the group of intellectuals called “The Inquiry”, located in New York at 66 6th Avenue – the predecessor of well-known Council of Foreign Relationships, created a Plan for destroying 5 Great European Empires, perhaps 6.


    • K-Dog November 11, 2018 at 11:36 am #

      The last line in the article.

      ‘Some members would later establish the Council on Foreign Relations, which is independent of the government.

      NSaaaaaaaaaaaaaa da de dah.

      With government aid in the discipline of bad dogs they run the show. Man in the high tower style.

      This shit is NOT made up.

      • FincaInTheMountains November 11, 2018 at 12:16 pm #

        Masons, what do you want?

        By the way, not all Masons are Satanists, far from it.

        Senator Paul and his father, Ron, I think are the members of some old Scottish Lodge.

        • K-Dog November 11, 2018 at 1:22 pm #

          A grandmother of mine had an uncle who made and lost a few fortunes a century ago. He was deep into Masonry. He retired into a mason lodge got bored escaped at a hundred years old and made a few million dollars. Then he wanted to get back into the Mason retirement lodge but they would not let him back in. When he originally went into retirement the first time he was supposed to have donated all his wealth to the Masons but he had obviously held back some seed money. I think they were miffed. He put my grandmother through college.

          This dude once owned all the chicken farms in New Hampshire I am told. As a very young boy I visited the last farm of his legacy. It was owned by a cousin of my fathers. The chickens were a solid white cloud all around me. The only green grass was looking straight down. This was not a factory farm like chicken farms today. It was a big grassy field with a cloud of chickens on it. Thousands of them. Classic American farm. JHK would approve. Sort of a World Made by Hand with lots of good stuff kind of place.

          At feeding time big sacks of grain were opened and corn was poured out the opened gate of a pickup truck as it drove through the field. Chickens would rush to the twin ropes of corn which had been dropped on the ground. The cloud of white rushing and clucking to the corn from both sides of the path the pickup had gone along was quite a sight to see. Delightful. Chickens would try and fly over each other in their dash to the corn. None of them could fly more than ten feet so they wound up climbing over each other instead. Wings were clipped to make sure they could not fly far. Getting to ride in the back end of a pickup truck with an open gate was fun. I was taught how to unzip the string stitching along the top of the bags of corn so they could be poured out. I was three.

          Not all Masons were Satanists, far from it.

        • Janos Skorenzy November 11, 2018 at 1:54 pm #

          The Scottish rite IS Satanic. Read Pike’s Morals and Dogma. And in the Higher Degrees, some of the rituals involve crushing Christian symbols, like a Bishop’s hat. And NO, I don’t think they exclude Orthodoxy from this.

          People in the lower orders, especially the first three of regular Masonry, often have no idea of what they’re involved in. But all major Christian denominations forbid membership in the Lodge, so their ignorance is hard to forgive. They should know better.

  93. janet November 11, 2018 at 11:26 am #

    “If I wanted to I’d have to do it by mail. What kind of bullshit is that?” –k-dog

    By mail? That means all those without access to a mailbox are denied the vote. Congress should institute some kind of remedy that gives access to a system that delivers mail, as mandated by the Constitution. They could call it the United States Postal Service.

    • K-Dog November 11, 2018 at 11:54 am #

      You are right. As a result of protest the people in charge put in a drop box on Grady Way in Renton so anybody in King County (twice the size of Rhode Island) can drive in their mail in ballot and drop it off. That provides an alternative to mailing it in.

      That is how I voted in the election. I dropped my mail in ballot in the drive in box on election day and a few days later I received a letter saying my ballot had been disqualified because it needed to be in the box before election day.

      But that is the mail-in side of things. You are pointing out that people without access to a mailbox can’t even get a ballot in the first place. The mail-out side.

      You are right. The method prevents disenfranchised people from voting. That is exactly the point. To some to exclude is not lewd or rude and they would do it in the nude. They keep their stance even with no pants.

      A United States Postal Service would be a very good idea. Great thinking there Janet. Can you suggest one that is not being privatized?

      And what ideas do you have for teaching the kiddies the important duty of voting Janet?

      How bout we have the third graders open fake mail and fill out fake ballots and then have them play a real game of licking stamps and pasting them on pictures of a poor homeless black man. Infusing the picture with a slight putrid miasma would be a nice touch too.

      • K-Dog November 11, 2018 at 12:06 pm #

        Sixth graders can have a real rich man in a suit come play the game with them.

        • K-Dog November 11, 2018 at 12:15 pm #

          Their pictures don’t have to be stinky.

      • Janos Skorenzy November 11, 2018 at 1:57 pm #

        What about people who don’t know how to read? What about their right to vote? Or those who are retarded? Why can’t they vote? You’re still not being fair.

        • outsider November 11, 2018 at 4:18 pm #

          Since when are the illiterate and mentally challenged prohibited from voting?

          • Janos Skorenzy November 11, 2018 at 4:45 pm #

            Yes, but Kdog needs to encourage them More. Get them to practice their blackening the circle skills and shit. And tell them how to vote when the time comes, even being allowed to go into the booth if booth there be. Or making out the form for them at home. You know, stuff like that.

          • Janos Skorenzy November 11, 2018 at 4:46 pm #

            Go to tardshaverights.com. I’m terrified to even look. Last time I did this, there was a real site. Ok, let me look…

          • Tate November 11, 2018 at 6:26 pm #

            If we can allow toddlers, pets (& pet rocks), & illegal border-crosser non-citizens to vote, why not ‘tards? Makes sense to me.

          • Tate November 11, 2018 at 6:27 pm #

            Oops, forgot the non-breathing residing below ground.

  94. janet November 11, 2018 at 11:31 am #

    There is no massive fraudulent vote. Never has been.

    If they counted all the legally cast votes, and prohibited gerrymandering, and eliminated all the illegal Republican voter suppression, Democrats would win both the House and the Senate.

    • hmuller November 11, 2018 at 11:51 am #

      I heard one big brained left-winger say the Senate is gerrymandered. Oh Janet, you people are so funny, and don’t know it.

      • outsider November 11, 2018 at 12:38 pm #

        That was Joy Behar on The View. She used to be funny, now she’s made a mockery of herself with her vile ignorance.

        • Tate November 11, 2018 at 1:51 pm #

          She was corrected on that point & she looked very panicky. The female brain in survival mode.

        • Janos Skorenzy November 11, 2018 at 1:58 pm #

          Herr Hogg thought Canadians could vote in American elections. The punk is in way over his head.

    • Exscotticus November 11, 2018 at 1:01 pm #

      >>> There is no massive fraudulent vote. Never has been.

      LOL. When Dems win the vote is legit. When Trump wins the vote was hacked by Russians.

      There is massive fraud going on in California with ghost voters. At least 3.5 million more people are on U.S. election rolls than are eligible to vote. Cali has already admitted that they improperly registered illegal aliens to vote in primaries.

      • janet November 11, 2018 at 2:49 pm #

        “improperly registered illegal aliens to vote in primaries.” –exscot

        They are citizens, by definition, if they live in California, work in California, pay taxes in California, etc. So, there is nothing “improper” about registering them to vote or giving them a driver’s license or allowing them to own property or create businesses that give employment to native-born citizens.

        Still, exscotticus, you are lying. Trump confirmed you are lying. No “illegal aliens” are voting in California, unfortunately. I think they should be able to vote as de facto citizens (residents, with or without papers) who can prove they live, work, and pay taxes in California. No taxation without representation! We fought a war over that principle.

        California motor vehicle officials maintain that only eligible voters would be automatically registered to vote. California’s DMV states: “undocumented Californians are not eligible to register to vote and [the] DMV has programming measures to prevent that from occurring. One example is the technician is unable to enter information that would allow the undocumented customer to register. It is automatically greyed out and cannot be bypassed”

        President Trump confirmed zero voter fraud. He had to cancel the short-lived Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity because they could not find even one case of fraud.

        Voter fraud is all in your head, exscotticus. Trump’s panel was disbanded about eight months after it was created because voter fraud does not exist. Trump did the right thing. It is a waste of taxpayer money to run a commission for a non-existent problem.

        • outsider November 11, 2018 at 3:43 pm #

          “It’s a waste of taxpayer money to run a commission for a non-existent problem.” Tell that to Robert Mueller, Janet.

          • Exscotticus November 11, 2018 at 4:39 pm #


  95. malthuss November 11, 2018 at 11:33 am #

    Come to think of it, she was Catholic too.
    And what are you?
    Perfect skin? No stretch marks?

    Millions? of dollars have been spent on ‘cellulite fixing’
    Cellulite doesnt exist. The look of cellulite is from …well…

    Cellulite is a term for lumpy, dimpled flesh on the thighs, hips, buttocks and abdomen. It’s most common in adolescent and adult women. Although not a serious medical condition, your cellulite might embarrass you.

    Many cellulite treatments, including massages or cellulite creams, advertise remarkable results. Most of these treatments don’t live up to their claims.

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    • GreenAlba November 11, 2018 at 12:05 pm #

      Malthuss, are you making some kind of point to me that I haven’t already made?

      I was making a point about credulity among those who lack logic. Janos’ friend thought because she put smileys on her paper she got good marks (I may have misunderstood the reference to papers – this is my guess). Perhaps she would have got good marks without the smileys, just as my colleague might have been stretch-mark free without her expensive cream.

      I repeat – a point about the consequences of a lack of logic, which does help sell potions, as well as possibly unnecessarily prolonging the pointless use of smileys on exam papers, IF that was indeed the point.

      But, none of it anything other than fanciful…

      • K-Dog November 11, 2018 at 12:22 pm #

        post hoc fallacy – The Skeptic’s Dictionary – Skepdic.com

        The post hoc ergo propter hoc (after this therefore because of this) fallacy is based upon the mistaken notion that simply because one thing happens after another, the first event was a cause of the second event. Post hoc reasoning is the basis for many superstitions and erroneous beliefs.

        Damn shit is in our DNA.

      • Janos Skorenzy November 11, 2018 at 2:01 pm #

        Many girls do things like that – even girls in their 20s. And a million Frenchwomen can’t be wrong!

        • GreenAlba November 11, 2018 at 3:46 pm #

          I’m not sure if you’re referring to potions or smileys, Janos.

          I’d have thought putting smileys on exam papers would put you on dodgy ground anyway, like waving a tenner in front of a traffic cop.

          And French women are wrong about lots of things. Sometimes just about French men 🙂 . And sometimes about things like homeopathy, although that can’t be blamed entirely on the women as it seems to be a national er… misunderstanding.

          I do hope there’s not a homeopathy defence society on here as well. I fancy watching a film…

  96. “This our land. This territory is not yours. This is where we get sustenance for our children. We don’t depend on gold, but rather fruits and animals you are driving away.” – Munduruku tribeswoman Maria Leusa Kaba

    “Do you become a thief in Rio de Janiero? Many are here because they don’t want to resort to that. We’re here fighting for our daily bread.” – illegal gold mining camp foreman Amarildo Dias Nascimento