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Finally, you’re left with image of Scott Pelley sucking on his eyeglass frames as if he was trying to impersonate a character who might be called The Ole Sage TV Journalist, after neatly disgracing both himself and TV journalism in his puffy chat-up with Andrew McCabe, the ex-Deputy FBI Director who stage-managed the cover-up of the RussiaGate fiasco in both of its phases — first to interfere with the 2016 election on behalf of Hillary Clinton, and then to oust the winner of the election, Mr. Trump.

Perhaps Mr. Pelley was ruminating on all the topics he forgot to ask about, such as what Mr. McCabe meant by an “insurance policy” in his conversations with counter-intel agent Peter Stzrok and DOJ lawyer Lisa Page; or whether Mr. McCabe launched the Russia collusion investigation on the basis of the Steele dossier, which was already known at the time to be material furnished by the Hillary Clinton campaign; or whether the contents of said dossier had ever been verified via established FBI protocol (the “Woods” procedure), which they never were.

The audience was informed at the very end that Mr. McCabe’s case had been “referred” to the federal courts by the DOJ Inspector General. That was a nice way of saying that Mr. McCabe has been singing to a grand jury. If so, then he’s an early bird, because many of his feathered friends will be following him into the grand jury chamber and then we’ll have the great Battle-of-the-Alibis.

Mainly what the McCabe interview accomplished was CBS tripling-down on the empty Russia collusion “narrative” that has nourished the crusade to dump Mr. Trump by any means necessary for more than two years. Mr. McCabe describes the “chaos” in the C-suites of the FBI after the President fired Director James Comey in May 7 of 2017, “because we had lost our leader… it was an unbelievably stressful time,” he said.

Yes, I’m sure. Because so many top officers in the Bureau were desperate to cover their asses since Mrs. Clinton’s unbelievable election loss meant that all the FBI emails and official memoranda documenting their behavior either had to be shoved down the memory hole illegally or left to be discovered by Mr. Trump. Indeed, some of it was illegally destroyed, for instance the government-issued cell phones of Ms. Page and Mr. Stzrok, smashed to bits on Robert Mueller’s instructions.

Apparently, one of the main objectives in the 60-Minutes story was to paint Mr. McCabe as an heroic patriot defending America against the wicked, shape-shifting, all-powerful Russia, which had made Mr. Trump its captive. The 60-Minutes piece happens to coincide exactly with the release of Mr. McCabe’s ass-covering book: The Threat: How the FBI Protects America in the Age of Terror and Trump. (Real superheroes fight both.)

It also sets up a nice contrapuntal battle between the enigmatic Rod Rosenstein and Mr. McCabe vis-à-vis the idea of “wearing a wire” to record the President en route to running him over with the 25th Amendment. According to Mr. McCabe, there was a lot of lively discussion around this plan. Mr. Rosenstein has brushed it off as a gag. Mr. McCabe, apparently, thought it was dead serious. They never did get their stories straight. In the meantime, Mr. McCabe’s own colleagues in the FBI’s ethics office and its Inspector General charged him with lying repeatedly about his role in this matter.

You had to wonder whether the attempt by CBS-News to sell “the sterling career” story of Andrew McCabe (as Mr. Pelley put it), is really just a way for the network to cover its own ass in acting as a propaganda patsy in the long-running RussiaGate affair. The 60-Minutes segment also coincided with William Barr’s confirmation last week by the senate as the Attorney General, as well as official reports issued by both house and senate committees stating that they found no evidence for the Trump / Russia collusion story. The ground is shifting under all this seditious hugger-mugger.

Whether you are a Trump cheerleader or not (I’m not), there is a reality-based chain of events behind the FBI’s actions from early 2016 on — and the actions of other official players in government — that can only be clarified now in the courts, and chances are pretty good that they will be. It concerns me because the specter of massive institutional failure in federal law enforcement and the news media bodes very darkly for this country’s future.

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789 Responses to “Scott Pelley Commits Career Suicide”

  1. PeteAtomic February 18, 2019 at 9:59 am #

    Is McCabe delusional enough to believe that by confessing on a show like 60 minutes that he & other DOJ bureaucrats were seriously considering a coup, he will be excused of this behavior?

    It’s unbelievable.

    • vengeur February 18, 2019 at 10:31 am #

      Unfortunately we are dealing not only with a conspiracy, but also with a consensus. And we ain’t in it.

    • seawolf77 February 18, 2019 at 10:44 am #

      “But what is paramount is that the perpetrators must be on the winning side, never subject to prosecution for anything by anyone. That is a coup de etat.” X

    • Walter B February 18, 2019 at 11:28 am #

      Trial by peers has been replaced with assignment of guilt by a corrupt media.

      • ozone February 18, 2019 at 7:17 pm #

        Tap the brakes a little there…
        Consider who tells this corrupt media just what and who to blab about. (And of course, when to blab it.)
        Those who pull their cables are the ultimate evil-doers [tm George the Lesser].

    • K-Dog February 18, 2019 at 1:09 pm #

      It concerns me because the specter of massive institutional failure in federal law enforcement and the news media bodes very darkly for this country’s future.

      So you are not one of the last holdouts who thinks the Orange Gibbon will ‘wake the country up’ and lead to massive swamp drainings! I’ll agree, the trend seems to be for dumb and dumber.

      People don’t think big enough. Why waste billions of dollars on a wall that could be spent on something useful. A jet can fly over al wall to land au pairs for NY city matrons before ink authorizing new visas is even dry.

      Mars bitches, that is thinking big.

      Crank up the drama. Rather a steel tower than a steel wall. A tower all the way to Mars. Then we can talk about illegal aliens. Aliens that will be a lot more dangerous than any army of leaf-blowers driving uninsured Dodge Ram pick-up trucks. Then we can be properly amused.

      As long as these not so very deep state investigations never conclude they are like ships that never reach a port to unload cargo. Be the load in their hold dubious or not. Eventually the investigations don’t matter because Trump will be gone or king.

      Silly K-Dog, Trump as king. That is not even legal and only a few women with daddy issues would even want that, but think a minute. Roll back the clock. Trump as POTUS. Lol, it will never happen!

    • Paulo February 19, 2019 at 10:27 am #

      I call BS on this tin foil hat article and those comments about a Deep State coup. This morning it was revealed the entire Gang of 8 was briefed BEFORE the investigation. McCabe followed protocal. Wait for the Mueller report to be made public and a few more endictments to tell the compete story.

      Is Trump a compromised leader? Absolutely. Is he an ignorant leader? Absoutely. He is an embarrasment.

  2. Neon Vincent February 18, 2019 at 9:59 am #

    I don’t know if Pelley’s interview with McCabe had him pitching any more softballs than his interview with Howard Schultz. The late night talk show hosts and their guests took aim at Schultz, not Pelley. I’m sure that more brickbats will be aimed at McCabe than Pelley, yours notwithstanding.

    • DrTomSchmidt February 18, 2019 at 10:22 am #

      Yeah, it’s nice that JHK is trying to hold not the criminals in government to account, but their aiders and abettors in the media.

      It’s like Rigoletto: the Duke is a scoundrel, but that’s expected, and he gets away with his crimes as his jester mocks the men the Duke despoils. At the end, the person who suffers most is
      Rigoletto for his utter lack of empathy with the victims of the State’s predation.

      Does Scott Pelley have a daughter?

      • cbeard February 18, 2019 at 10:55 am #

        Like Caitlin Johnstone says, its all about narrative.

  3. FincaInTheMountains February 18, 2019 at 9:59 am #

    I hope the money he got from Hillary justifies the career suicide.

    • DrTomSchmidt February 18, 2019 at 10:18 am #

      He is singing the same tune as most of the media. I cannot see why it’s career suicide; so long as they all remain in key, he will always have a job.

      What he has killed is something else, but not his career prospects.

      • Ol' Scratch February 18, 2019 at 11:10 am #

        If anything, they’re likely enhanced. Never bite the hand that feeds.

  4. shotho February 18, 2019 at 10:01 am #

    The immediate future of the country is “very darkly”, but not so much for reasons of government corruption. That’s a given in every polity. The reasons are far more systemic in all social institutions, not least of which is the financial one. If you can keep your economy on solid financial principles, there is a fair chance that the government and other social institutions will work well enough to maintain stability. We are not in that situation today.

    • FincaInTheMountains February 18, 2019 at 10:02 am #

      solid financial principles

      and what exactly is dat?

      • shotho February 18, 2019 at 12:35 pm #

        Pay as you go? Don’t lend credit to people or institutions, such as the US government, who can’t pay you back? You get the picture?

        • FincaInTheMountains February 18, 2019 at 12:51 pm #

          Pay as you go

          A very bad approach = extremely slow or no progress, wait 30 years to by a house, no jobs no growth.

    • Janos Skorenzy February 18, 2019 at 12:24 pm #

      Things are darkest before they get even darker.

  5. PeteAtomic February 18, 2019 at 10:03 am #

    sedition n
    [Latin seditio, literally, separation, from sed apart + itio act of going, from ire to go]
    : the crime of creating a revolt, disturbance, or violence against lawful civil authority with the intent to cause its overthrow or destruction

    Isn’t this an appropriate description of McCabe’s actions?

    • seawolf77 February 18, 2019 at 10:16 am #

      No that’s what Jesus Christ did.

    • DrTomSchmidt February 18, 2019 at 10:17 am #

      Revolt/disturbance/violence all implies some army. You could consider the court and police officers who might enforce a 25th amendment order as revolting troops, but they would think they are following lawful orders.

      Thanks for taking the time to actually define the crime. It might not be sedition if they didn’t have armed troops.

      • PeteAtomic February 18, 2019 at 10:23 am #

        “Section 4. Whenever the Vice President and a majority of either the principal officers of the executive departments or of such other body as Congress may by law provide, transmit to the President pro tempore of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives their written declaration that the President is unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office, the Vice President shall immediately assume the powers and duties of the office as Acting President.

        Thereafter, when the President transmits to the President pro tempore of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives his written declaration that no inability exists, he shall resume the powers and duties of his office unless the Vice President and a majority of either the principal officers of the executive department or of such other body as Congress may by law provide, transmit within four days to the President pro tempore of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives their written declaration that the President is unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office. Thereupon Congress shall decide the issue, assembling within forty-eight hours for that purpose if not in session. If the Congress, within twenty-one days after receipt of the latter written declaration, or, if Congress is not in session, within twenty-one days after Congress is required to assemble, determines by two-thirds vote of both Houses that the President is unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office, the Vice President shall continue to discharge the same as Acting President; otherwise, the President shall resume the powers and duties of his office.[5]”

        There is zero constitutional authority for the DOJ to arrest the President under the 25th Amendment. This includes FBI assault teams (like the one which arrested Roger Stone).

        • PeteAtomic February 18, 2019 at 10:34 am #

          correction here: the DOJ would have to be deputized by the Congress– “Whenever the Vice President and a majority of either the principal officers of the executive departments or of such other body as Congress may by law provide..”

          The DOJ can not take the initiative to force the President from authority by itself. It would need the authority by Congress.

        • JohnAZ February 18, 2019 at 10:38 am #

          The end statement is that this is a political removal and requires a two thirds majority in both houses to execute the removal. Fat chance.

          The McCabe move is a pipe dream to limit the effectiveness of Trump. Just like Mueller.

          If two thirds of the House and Senate were to vote against Trump, it would be Fait Accompli for the Deep State and the days of uniparty would begin.

          • PeteAtomic February 18, 2019 at 10:51 am #

            yep you are correct.

            McCabe & his colleagues moving without the will of Congress, is a coup. Plain and simple.
            I agree with the rest of your post there.

        • goldpen February 18, 2019 at 10:52 am #

          …and it has been argued over the decades that the FBI itself is an unconstitutional agency. Certainly an extra-constitutional agency. It should be smashed to pieces and scattered to the four winds IMO.

          But Bill Maher says the FBI is “our guys” and can be totally trusted, and that it is traitorous to suggest otherwise. I guess I’ll defer to the Playboy Mansion/CIA official comedian.

          • wolfbay February 20, 2019 at 6:51 am #

            The FBI is exemplified by J Edger Hoover. Collect dirt on politicians and others illegally to maintain power. With the technology they have today it is truly frightening.

    • JohnAZ February 18, 2019 at 10:19 am #

      Not just McCabe, the entire Deep State. Why?

      Smile. The Deep State needs things just as they are now, open border, control of the Judiciary, cotrol over the legislative function , to Stop the Populists from halting the illicit trade across the southern border.


      Because the money exchanging there is keeping the international financial structure from going bankrupt, along with the neo liberals and conservatives that support it. Trump shuts the border and he controls them. Add onto that that a lot of the backlash on the border is coming from Deep State users of drugs.

      It is indeed a time of revolution. If Trump succeeds with the border shutdown, what will these internationalists do to him?

      Ask the ghost of JFK!

      • Walter B February 18, 2019 at 11:42 am #

        My friends, family, and many who I work and associate with are mostly in law enforcement. There is not a single one that will not tell you that without the profits from illegal drug trade and the loot from seizure, the country, if not the world would have collapsed long ago. Heck, it’s not even a secret and certainly not a conspiracy theory, it is right out there in your face:


        It is all a big game, a sham and the worst part of it all is that it has corrupted everything around it and made those who are supposed to manage our finances stupid and greedy and in it only for their own profit. It cannot end well.

        • Janos Skorenzy February 18, 2019 at 12:27 pm #

          So when the border patrol confiscates a huge shipment of drugs, what do they do with it?

          • Walter B February 18, 2019 at 1:03 pm #

            Being from New Jersey I do not know any BP officers, but this article claims that they give them to “contractors” for disposal:


            In the regular PD’s, the drugs go to “evidence” warehouses which never seem to get so full that they need to build more so one can only wonder. They claim that much is “incinerated” and being that everyone in the business is so “squeaky clean” honorable and trustworthy, I am sure there is no monkey business (wink, wink). The cash gets cycled into the system in many ways. My next door neighbor years ago was an assistant county prosecutor who used to get to take his family on “law enforcement meetings/seminars” a couple of times a year. They were held in places like Vale, CO during ski seasons and Miami and all sorts of vacation spots. He would have a few hour long meetings/talks in the am and then be free for the day and all expenses were paid. Tough work but someone has to do it, right?

            And that is only the small percentage that gets seized. Use your imagination. They do.

          • Janos Skorenzy February 18, 2019 at 1:58 pm #

            Well gee, that sucks….

            If all that is true, then those rumors about US troops guarding the poppy fields in Afghanistan don’t seem very far fetched at all. Rather they follow logically from the ethos of the System.

          • Walter B February 18, 2019 at 3:05 pm #

            Our troops DO guard the fields, I personally know soldiers that have done so. It may never be known if any of the product goes for illegal drugs or not, but much becomes the property of Big Pharma. What their deal with the government is I have no idea, but it does not take much imagination to figure it out.

          • hmuller February 18, 2019 at 3:05 pm #

            Walter, what bothers me most is the liberal use of civil forfeiture laws.

            Cop to Little Old Lady: “Ma’am, your cadillac looks like a drug runner’s car and you look like a drug runner to me. We’ll just keep your car. Oh by the way, if you file any legal actions, we’ll say we found all these bags of drugs in your trunk. You want to die in prison?”

            Extreme example? Not from what I’ve read.

          • Q. Shtik February 18, 2019 at 3:09 pm #

            So when the border patrol confiscates a huge shipment of drugs, what do they do with it? – Janos


            Smoke it, snort it and sell what’s left over.

          • benr February 19, 2019 at 5:01 pm #

            Usually it goes into drug storage and a sample is sent to lab to be looked at for markers as to where, who, how it was produced and purity.
            It is held in storage until it is no longer needed for the case being made and then taken to an incinerator and burned.
            No it is not held forever nor is it repurposed for sale elsewhere.

        • benr February 19, 2019 at 4:59 pm #

          Walter look at the timeframe 2007 and 2008 is when the feds were lobbing huge fines at the banking industry for laundering cartel drug money.

      • malthuss February 18, 2019 at 1:06 pm #

        Trade in what? children.

        Ask Monica Peterson and Laura Silsby.
        And Ms Ling.

    • Janos Skorenzy February 18, 2019 at 12:25 pm #

      Those with reason call it treason.

      • K-Dog February 18, 2019 at 1:12 pm #

        Tis the season.

        • seawolf77 February 18, 2019 at 1:39 pm #

          To blame the Venetians.

    • Nightowl February 21, 2019 at 8:35 am #

      It is a soft coup.

  6. RB February 18, 2019 at 10:04 am #

    Does anyone really believe that the deep state will not get away with this? C’mon man. The left is like mercury, it cannot be grasped and contained. It poisons everything.

    • hmuller February 18, 2019 at 10:20 am #

      Good analogy. I’m hoping that like mercury the deep state can be safely confined behind plexiglass – fed only on rotted vegetables tourists pay to throw at them..

    • goldpen February 18, 2019 at 11:04 am #

      The deep state is neither left nor right. It is sworn to keep the Empire rolling and uses both parties, both ideologies. It is certainly totalitarian, but in a covert manner. But if they or it every thinks things are getting too far out of control they or it will employ in-your-face totalitarianism for survival. But they prefer to have the majority comfortable, distracted, and asleep.

      • Janos Skorenzy February 18, 2019 at 12:30 pm #

        And a healthy society is neither left nor right but both and neither – this made possible by being the higher third above both points of view and thus able to integrate them without becoming (add italics) them.

        This presupposes an Elite above the fray. This is Fascism. Japan has it, without using the word of course.

        • Q. Shtik February 18, 2019 at 3:20 pm #

          without becoming (add italics) them. – Janos


          If you do not know how to italicize let me know and I’ll describe how. Ditto for bolding. Please do not tell me you already know how but are too lazy to do it.

          • malthuss February 18, 2019 at 4:44 pm #


          • Janos Skorenzy February 18, 2019 at 5:59 pm #

            Alright then: How? What humility I have. And after you’ve explained it to me, I will thank you – just as I did when you told me I was using the dash incorrectly. Thank you again.

            If only you could thank me for being the Agent of your partial Awakening. Thanking me will help cement it – believe it or not. That’s how it works.

          • elysianfield February 18, 2019 at 6:41 pm #

            “Ditto for bolding.”


          • Q. Shtik February 18, 2019 at 9:56 pm #

            To the right of the letter m is the comma key. On that same key is a leftward pointing symbol (a bracket) that is also a math symbol meaning “less than.” On the next key to the right is the period and above the period on the same key is a rightward pointing bracket which in math means “greater than.”

            Soooo, to italicize a word or series of words you type the less than symbol, the letter i, and then the greater than symbol. Use no spaces. Follow these 3 key strokes with the word (or words) you want to italicize such as the word them that you wanted to italicize for emphasis up above. After the word them, with no space, type the less than symbol, then forward slash (it’s below the question mark), then the letter i and finally the greater than symbol.

            To bold a word or words do exactly as above only replacing the i letters with b letters.

            without becoming them

            without becoming them

            Describing this is way more difficult than actually doing it.

          • elysianfield February 19, 2019 at 11:46 am #


            Thank you, Q

        • seawolf77 February 18, 2019 at 3:37 pm #

          “The Deep State,” the latest novel from Stephen King, tells the story of the Longworms, a family of earthworms who make a wrong turn and end up falling off a huge cliff in middle earth. Thankfully at the bottom of the gorge there are Posturepedic mattresses which cushion the fall and allow them to survive. Little do they know they have landed in the Deep State, a terrifying land where worms are ruled by shadowy spiders whose webs are subterranean. Can the Longworms figure out a way to survive, or will they to become bait for the spider’s Deep State’s rulers, who live and fish in Chatanooga TN and are AHGGGG!!!! HUMANS.

          • Janos Skorenzy February 18, 2019 at 6:01 pm #

            You remind me of Mr Twomey in the Langoliers – the giants Mouths that eat the past and lost opportunities. Someone has to do it in order to keep things clean.

        • seawolf77 February 18, 2019 at 7:59 pm #

          “Danielson, must make promise. Bug stay to one side of the road, bug is OK. Bug stay to other side of the road, bug is OK. Bug get caught in middle of road, get squashed. Same like karate. Karate yes, it’s OK. Karate no, it’s OK. Karate in the middle… squashed like bug. You understand Danielson?”

      • Kafkaesque February 23, 2019 at 12:20 pm #


        Yep, it’s like in that old Empire ours is rooted in—-when a Roman Senator suggested the noisome slaves wear armbands, a colleague screamed: ‘Madman, do you not see that they would see their numbers?!’

        We ceased to govern ourselves about the time we left the caves.

        Gotta go, another predatory sex scandal by men in suits……….

  7. JohnAZ February 18, 2019 at 10:07 am #

    A huge hole in the balance of powers structure is the elevation of the intel community to a ult power position. There is no effective check on them to keep them from becoming weaponized politically.

    The Left in this country have been in power for thirty years. Like hires like, so surprise the FBI is Leftist.

    The oversight function in the Congress is supposed to be the check on the DOJ, but saturation by the Deep State has effectively removed that function.

    A few perturbations from the McCabe story here might just wake up some folks.

    Sidebar. Looking at McCabe, he looks like a bad guy in a Baldacci novel.

    • DrTomSchmidt February 18, 2019 at 10:14 am #

      There’s no reforming it. Only when budgets are cut and agencies eliminated will we return SOME of our liberties to ourselves.

    • hmuller February 18, 2019 at 10:27 am #

      I always thought Scott Pelley looked like a hillbilly who somehow got a bath and an education. He certainly is an agenda loyal player – no wandering off the reservation to find truth for Scott.

    • Janos Skorenzy February 18, 2019 at 12:33 pm #

      A settler is one who cuts down every tree for a half square mile and kills every large animal for ten square miles. Your old American ideal of freedom would leave us with no forests and no large animals. What changed? The population. As Einstein said about the atomic bomb, it has changed everything except people’s thinking.

      • malthuss February 18, 2019 at 1:07 pm #

        I thought you would nt give Al any credit????

        • Janos Skorenzy February 18, 2019 at 2:03 pm #

          Well he was an intelligent man, obviously. Scientist do influence each other. That he didn’t choose to give any credit to his creditors is par for the course with them.

          As a man, Newton was an incredible piece of shit apparently. Incredibly proud and venial, trying to deny other entry in the Royal Academy, etc. Yet like Einstein, he did great Work and penned some noble lines: “If I have seen farther than other man it because I have stood on the shoulders of giants.”.

  8. DrTomSchmidt February 18, 2019 at 10:13 am #

    there is a reality-based chain of events behind the FBI’s actions from early 2016 on — and the actions of other official players in government — that can only be clarified now in the courts, and chances are pretty good that they will be

    I wonder what life was like in the 60s before America lost its collective mind. Was law enforcement really like Andy Griffith? Were courts actually interested in justice, rather than winning, with Hamilton Berger regularly getting turned into hamburger by Perry Mason because Mason’s client was innocent, with Berger going along with it?

    I ask because of the child-like faith that JHK has in the legal system. Chances are << 1% that ANY of this will be fairly adjudicated in the courts.

    • FincaInTheMountains February 18, 2019 at 10:15 am #

      It’s all come and go in circles.

      The Clinton’s spell over US of the 1990s is about over.

      • DrTomSchmidt February 18, 2019 at 10:25 am #

        The 1990s were a paradise of ethical behavior compared to today. I remember first hearing about Political Correctness in 1992; it was in its mild, Menshevik stage then. Now it’s full-blown Maoist. Hillary couldn’t get away with running on Bill Clinton’s record.

        • FincaInTheMountains February 18, 2019 at 10:47 am #

          It all started back then – specifically presidential elections of 92. Bill has very little to do with all that.

      • JohnAZ February 18, 2019 at 10:29 am #

        The Clinton Age was the beginning of the Deep State and thus the globalist attempted takeover of the country.

        Face it, the Trump victory over Clinton was a slap in the face against the Deep State by the American flyover folks.

        The Deep State reacted by declaring globalist war against Trump.

        And the 2018 midterms show that they are still in control

        Sidebar. It will be interesting to see what the Deep State doesvabout the three remaining thorns in their side, the Supreme Court, the Senate and the Electoral College.

        Moves against any or all of the three could be the onset of Civil War II.

        • FincaInTheMountains February 18, 2019 at 10:49 am #

          Trump victory over Clinton was a revolt of American people against the Black Project, even without realizing that, purely on gut instinct.

        • DrTomSchmidt February 18, 2019 at 1:27 pm #

          I’m not too sure about the midterms. There was probably ballot box stuffing out in CA, but the country trusted the Republicans with control of Congress and the Presidency for exactly 4 years under W, and exactly two under Trump.

          That control spawned the Iraq war in 2003, a $4trillion bonfire. Also, let’s not forget No Child Left Behind, and Medicare Part D. W barely snuck over the finish line in 2004 by winning Ohio. The 12-year Republican control of the House was ended in 2006 thanks to some of those disastrous choices.

          The Dems have had full control of the Presidency and Congress for 4 of the last 39 years. Under Clinton, that got us a massive tax increase, destroying the 1986 tax act (but restoring none of the eliminated deductions). Under Obama, we got the “Affordable” care act. Both democratic presidents were soon denied the benefit of a compliant congress; luckily for them, all their Supreme Court opportunities were put through before the population wised up to them.

          All Trump delivered with full government control was the ridiculous 2017 tax cut, which specifically targeted the Blue States, leaving exactly ONE representative from NJ in the R column as a result. I don’t recall Trump’s voters clamoring for a tax cut.

          The thing that got a lot of Democrats elected was health care, not attacking Trump. Ending the scam system we all work and live under has been job 1 for a long time. W increased the burden with Part D. Trump delivered nothing on reducing the burden of healthcare on the middle class.

    • Eoin February 18, 2019 at 8:16 pm #

      “I wonder what life was like in the 60s before America lost its collective mind. Was law enforcement really like Andy Griffith? Were courts actually interested in justice, rather than winning, with Hamilton Berger regularly getting turned into hamburger by Perry Mason because Mason’s client was innocent, with Berger going along with it?”- DrTomSchmidt.
      a.) Politicians, and some cops were corrupt, but mostly accountable.
      b.) Tax, on taxable income, was high, but almost everything was deductable compared to current scenarios.
      c.) Dope was only sold in inner city areas, manufactured & imported by organized entreprenuers. See item (a) above for explanation of continuity.
      d.) Child molesters, rapists and other particularly egregious miscreants were often “disappeared” by the arresting officers; no paperwork or drain on the system required. Justice administered by tough-as-nails Irish guys who were not even from the same universe as Andy and Barney.
      e.) Corporations paid most of the tax revenue.
      f.) A guy could quit school at sixteen, go to the local factory, and make the modern equivalent of almost thirty bucks an hour at a unionized job that ended with a company paid pension that was in addition to SSA retirement benefits.
      g.) Voter participation was high, and if your guy lost, you tried again in four years.
      h.) Everybody knew that Communisim was for intellectual nut-jobs, and only looked good on paper.
      i.) College cost about five thousand bucks a year, but who needed it ? See item (f) above.
      And that ain’t all !
      The only reason that it became the “American Dream” is because everyone decided to go to sleep.
      Hard times make strong men,
      Strong men make good times,
      Good times make weak men,
      Weak men make Hard times,
      and round, and round it goes.


  9. Ol' Scratch February 18, 2019 at 10:35 am #

    This will all make an amazingly good treatise to curl up in an easy chair by the fire with someday, but for now, I can barely make any sense of it, even with Mr K’s amazingly detailed bi-weekly play by plays here to assist. Something tells me, however, that after the dust settles on this nothing of significance will have changed. Trump may or may not remain in the big chair, but the forces of globalist darkness that run this country will still be as recklessly in charge as ever and most of the citizenry who should have at least learned something from all this will remain as blissfully unaware as always.

    I keep coming back to the fact that if Trump had simply followed through on his election promises and 1.) investigated and jailed HRC and/or Obama and their entire entourage immediately after the 2016 election was over, and 2.) immediately directed the DoD to fund and build his wall in the same time period, that all the current hysterics would be moot.

    The famed “first 100 days” are always critical to the success of any administration, yet here again, we see a self-styled “leader with great vision,” fail to take the most rudimentary steps that might have allowed him to realize that vision during the critical time frame when his power to do so was at its peak. Why is that? Did we learn nothing from Obama, who made similar grand gestures in a time of even greater opportunity, before delivering nothing at all, other than even more of the same for the same old beneficiaries?

    If I didn’t know better (and I do), I’d think we’re all being played.

    • JohnAZ February 18, 2019 at 10:50 am #

      Trump made a huge error. He listened to too many Deep Staters for his initial appointments thinking he could make a deal with DC. Carter made the same mistake. His biggest flop was Jeff Sessions, who recused himself because he was right in the middle of the goings on. The whole intelligence fiasco resulted because of this bad decision.

      The border, yes the border is the central issue of the Trump administration. As I said above, the borders illicit activities are keeping the globalist financial structure in business. Shut it down hard and their source of liquidity needed to keep those interest payments coming disappears

      Think the Deep State will stand for that? Hope the Secret Service has their weapons loaded if the wall is built.

      • goldpen February 18, 2019 at 11:24 am #

        I just listened to this interview of Robert David Steele yesterday and he brought up the subject of Trump’s mistakes at the very beginning. Steele says that Chris Christie was actually giving Trump very wise counsel in setting up his administration but Jared Kushner hated Christie, for obvious reasons, and convinced his Daddy-in-law to jettison him. Then of course Reince Priebus and Co. take over for a while.

        Now, I go back and forth as to the credibility of Robert David Steele. But his interviews are always interesting. Here’s the one I heard and watched yesterday….


        • Beryl of Oyl February 18, 2019 at 1:44 pm #

          Golden, I heard that President Trump let Christie go because he allowed a soccer mom take the fall for Bridgegate.

          I have no insider knowledge, it’s just something I heard from someone who alleges to have contacts.

          • seawolf77 February 18, 2019 at 3:19 pm #

            That sounds like a story that would make him Chief of Staff at a minimum, possibly even Secretary of State.

          • goldpen February 18, 2019 at 3:33 pm #

            Actually that was the official reason for letting Christie go, and for all I know it might be the actual reason. But the Kushner family does hate Christie because back when he was a Prosecutor he went after the father of Jared. Got a conviction too I think.

      • Janos Skorenzy February 18, 2019 at 12:37 pm #

        Yeah shut it down and increase legal colored immigration. Result? Same. One is reminded of George W Bush idiotic idea of just legalizing all the illegals as if that would make all the problems go away. Trump’s plan is just a more sophisticated version of the same idiocy.

    • seawolf77 February 18, 2019 at 10:51 am #

      “But Kennedy’s policies were never really implemented due to… bureaucratic resistance” X

      • Walter B February 18, 2019 at 11:48 am #

        They fought him at every turn and eventually just murdered him. They will kill anyone and everyone that poses a serious threat to their agenda. They pay no heed to the herd for the herd has no power and no choice.

    • K-Dog February 18, 2019 at 1:28 pm #

      Trump may or may not remain in the big chair, but the forces of globalist darkness that run this country will still be as recklessly in charge as ever and most of the citizenry who should have at least learned something from all this will remain as blissfully unaware as always.

      The game was never to advance the group but you are not pretending to be surprised. Capitalism is about profit for owners and investors. Nothing else. As capitalism grew to be the dominating force in American culture accounting for one’s time at the pearly gates as one’s last task became to be seen as a childish fairie tale. Now nothing can stop mechanical greed and one stop shopping will eat what it created. Then we die.

      Are we being played? The question is not so easily answered. There are some who are played but some are not. Some even want to be played. Do they count? And is the playing as effective as the players think? Long term success of the endeavor is not guaranteed or has it been established.

  10. DrGonzo February 18, 2019 at 10:36 am #

    The scariest part of this story is Trump trusting Vladimir Putin and his own uninformed instincts over the information and insights provided by career professionals at our various federal intelligence agencies. Maybe that’s because Vladimir communicates in sound bites, while our intelligence agencies write those pesky briefing papers that take minutes to read and informed questioning to understand.

    I fully expect you to turn against our justice system as well, James, as soon as the courts begin to validate the various charges levied by the intelligence community and Mueller’s team against the Trump Crime Syndicate. They will all be part of the Grand Conspiracy at that point, eh? Only Glenn Beck will be in possession of the Truth.

    And then we can finally, finally turn our attention to the chemtrail scandals, eh? Gawd help us …

    • vengeur February 18, 2019 at 10:44 am #

      Yes the same “career professionals” who got our country into the monumental fiascos of the Iraq war, the Afghanistan nightmare, the Libya debacle, and the Syrian catastrophe. LOL

      • JohnAZ February 18, 2019 at 10:53 am #

        The same career professionals that are the hit men for the Deep State. If your personal goal is the takeover of American autonomy by the Globalists, then root for your boys in the Intel groups.

        I will stick with Trump’s minions.

        • capt spaulding February 18, 2019 at 12:01 pm #

          If I remember correctly, it was “W”, and his administration that sent us into Iraq based on outright lies, with the full cooperation of Congress, resulting in the longest, most expensive war to date, as well as much of the current turmoil over there currently. With the world on a collision course with reality (climate change), the conditions that prevail over there may well be exported to the rest of the world over time. I don’t like being forced into becoming a doom & gloomer, but given the circumstances, I think any other outlook is just wishful thinking.

          • Ol' Scratch February 18, 2019 at 12:18 pm #

            Surely, you don’t give Dark Master Cheney his due here, Cap’n. Calling it W’s administration is the highest form of insult, and rest assured, Dick never forgets.

          • vengeur February 18, 2019 at 1:25 pm #

            Yeah right, Capt. C., Bush came up with that whole Iraq fiasco himself, and the same “career intelligence professionals” just went along with his genius strategy .

          • K-Dog February 18, 2019 at 1:32 pm #

            They pulled it off so Clinton got it in her noggin she could do the same with Russia. Now we have alleged Russian collusions instead since the big plan had to be scrapped.

          • capt spaulding February 18, 2019 at 5:21 pm #

            It’s true, Scratch, Bush was seated on Cheney’s lap the whole time. One must give credit where it is due. Evil Cheney’s hand was stirring the pot all the time. The only miracle was that it didn’t destroy that time. Given the way that the office of the presidency has fallen lately, it seems that 2008, along with the attendant problems, was only the first, not final, blow. I sincerely think that Trump has mental issues, and having first allowed a fool to run things, followed by a con man, and now Trump, we are inevitably going to be brought low. A barrage like this can’t be sustained.

        • Nightowl February 21, 2019 at 8:50 am #

          The Dr. needs to blow off some steam. Understandable given that his favorite conspiracy is turning to ash.

    • Janos Skorenzy February 18, 2019 at 12:39 pm #

      If only Putin was in charge! Then we might have a chance against the Globo scum.

      • malthuss February 18, 2019 at 1:10 pm #

        I found this,

        quoted Trump as saying,

        “The Jews have endured terrible persecution, and you know that, we’ve all read it:
        We’ve studied it. They’ve gone through a lot and those seeking their destruction…we will seek their destruction.” (American Thinker)

    • Beryl of Oyl February 18, 2019 at 1:34 pm #

      Career professionals who allowed 9/11 and the Boston Marathon bombings and the Parkland School shooting and the Orlando nightclub massacre to happen?
      Maybe that’s the problem, their careers are their profession, and not investigation, intelligence, etc?

  11. fugeguy February 18, 2019 at 10:44 am #

    First let me say again that I really do not like Trump. Most of all because I have seen this style in business for over 30 years:

    1) bombastic arrogance as a substitute for even minimal competence
    2) play the blame game without end and never admit to any mistakes
    3) fire subordinates for either failing when following your direction (see 2) or when said direction is so confusing, doing nothing due to being unsure what to do
    4) continuously over promising to get what you want first and then reneging ton your end of the deal once you have what you want
    5) saying anything, open lying and complete obfuscation of the facts to again get what you want
    6) self promotion/ deification over all other things including organizational objectives, colleagues and even common decency

    That being said:

    1) he is the duly elected president and sedition is not acceptable
    2) said present should never have to jump through so many hoops to get an agenda item that is less than 1/10th of one percent of the federal budget
    3) some of the ideas are good just not fitting the bureau of central control’s desire to spread like a cancer (news flash folks reality and said cancer are killing the host)
    4) he is an effective if flawed agent for change which we desperately need , even if, we are unsure what we’ll get- at this point we need to stop or at least slow the train

    So I guess despite all my misgivings about the man, the other side is so flawed, corrupt and bad for what is left of the republic/ humanity, he is the lessor of so many evils.

    But in the end we are most likely way past the point of no return as a nation, species and civilization we might as well take the blue pill and enjoy the faux prosperity until the end. Only then after exhausting all other options can we pick up pieces and consider another way.

    I wish it weren’t so and we could start in another direction rationally with some endowment in-tact but alas that’s not how we do things.

    • JohnAZ February 18, 2019 at 11:02 am #

      You do not like Trump because he was shaped to be a successful wheeler dealer in New York City, the most corrupt business environment in America. He became so adept at handing opposition that he wiped out thirty years of political BS in one election. My only argument with him is that he did not wipe out the Deep State lackeys at the executive top levels. We are still having repercussions from that bad decision.


      Howard Schultz. I have a feeling that this man is so concerned about the Progressive tilt of his party, that he is countering them and sees Trump as less a threat to the country than a Progressive Democrat.

      • seawolf77 February 18, 2019 at 11:57 am #

        No we don’t like him because he’s a lying asshole.

        • Ol' Scratch February 18, 2019 at 12:16 pm #

          Since when has being a lying asshole been a liability in politics?

          • malthuss February 18, 2019 at 1:11 pm #

            more like a minor requirement.

            see ‘Clinton Body Count’ and my post above, about kiddie gate.

        • revilo February 18, 2019 at 12:20 pm #

          He’s a lying LIAR!!! Dude is the most candid politician in existence (granted, not a high bar). Is the news fake? Indeed it is. Is the Russian collusion narrative garbage? Yesiree. Was Pocahontas a phony? Affirmative. And on and on and on and on…

        • Walter B February 18, 2019 at 12:24 pm #

          Then you, like I, despise them all for they are ALL lying assholes. Years ago, when Obama was running for president and came out saying that he would repeal the Patriot Act and pull US(A) out of Afghanistan, I liked the sentiment. Once he was elected and strengthened the PA and sent more troops to Afghanistan, I asked those who supported him what they thought about his lying. “They all lie” was the universal reply, and people accept it. In fact I think they WANT to be lied to because, after all, they can’t handle the truth, can they?

          • seawolf77 February 18, 2019 at 2:14 pm #

            True. But Trump is in a class of his own. Just substitute moat for wall. Just substitute Atlantis for Mexico. We’re not talking about policy issues that may have strategic underpinnings we know nothing about. We’re talking about demagogic pie in the sky fantasies. Crap. Pure, stinky, runny crap that sad to say half my country ate it up like it was blue light special at the greasy spoon. Never in my wildest fantasies did I think my country would preemptively start wars on the most blatantly trumped up charges (WMD), would torture people for the flimsiest of reasons (more WMD), and would build walls not bridges between countries. Welcome to America.

        • Nightowl February 18, 2019 at 2:49 pm #

          What has he lied about?

          Name three big lies. Just three.

          • capt spaulding February 18, 2019 at 5:26 pm #

            1. I’m not corrupt 2.Had the largest inauguration crowd in history. 3. I don’t want to fuck my daughter.

          • Nightowl February 19, 2019 at 8:08 am #

            Again, name three documented lies, not just exaggerations typical of a politician, or rhetoric, and provide concrete evidence showing that the President was telling a lie.

            I’ll wait.

          • seawolf77 February 19, 2019 at 9:38 am #

            Wait your ass off.

          • daveed February 19, 2019 at 10:41 am #

            1. Americans will become tired of winning
            2. Chocolate cake at Mar-a-Lago is the best in the world
            3. New tax returns will be streamlined down to a postcard

        • Nightowl February 19, 2019 at 8:15 am #

          Your dislikes tend to be restricted to his hair and mannerisms, which explains the quality of your posts when challenged.

          • seawolf77 February 19, 2019 at 11:54 am #

            Well I’ll give you this, he can hit that B flat every time.

          • Nightowl February 19, 2019 at 4:06 pm #

            Snark is all you have.


        • benr February 20, 2019 at 9:31 pm #

          Now you are just being disingenuous!
          You don’t like Mr. Trump because he turned against the Democrat party and betrayal is the ultimate sin in Democrat progressive echo chambers of insanity.
          Obama was a lying asshole.
          Hillary was a huge lying asshole!
          Even old Bernie Sanders is a lying sell out of an asshole!
          Being a liar and an asshole is part and parcel of being a politician and more so to be a Democrat!

      • DrTomSchmidt February 18, 2019 at 1:05 pm #

        Chicago is FAR more corrupt. We are the second city of corruptionof the five largest American cities.

        • Beryl of Oyl February 18, 2019 at 1:29 pm #

          But NY has a more corrupt legislature than your state does.
          People still think Albany pols are capable of coming up with “economic development” deals which aren’t corrupt boondoggles, though, despite all evidence to the contrary.

          I didn’t really have much in the way of expectations of Obama, but I thought a couple of the Bush era things that needed correcting would be corrected. I was wrong.

        • fugeguy February 18, 2019 at 4:11 pm #

          I’ve been in the NW suburbs for 6 months.

          Where does all the money go? Chicago must collect 10X the taxes of any other city per capita except for maybe NY but is always broke…

  12. newworld February 18, 2019 at 11:03 am #

    Clinton campaign of 92 sealed the deal on this country, it changed the culture and mindset of our “elite.”

    Pre-92 as mistaken as it was the mindset was of adult men, who bear responsibility and are willing to admit mistakes and correct them.

    Post 92 and the campaign to impress young suburban white girls and their enablers, no sense of responsibility, wall off and protect from reality which means PC and Cultural Marxism and never ever admit mistakes and always double down in an attempt to intimidate anyone who doubts the moral superiority of our feminized overlordettes.

    • DuckandCover February 18, 2019 at 2:20 pm #

      Point the finger of blame at Ross Perot. Elections do matter and America has been on a slippery slope of decline since 92. It is amazing how fast the destruction of our morals, ethics and civility has occurred. We hate each other at 1860 levels, but in 2019 there is no state or area or section of the country in which to hide. Those “other guys” are all around us. Hell, their even in our own families. All we need is the right spark to blow the powder keg of shitstorm to come.

      There will be no “day of reckoning” for Hillary or the Democrats. When you send investigations of this high level to Inspector Generals rather than appoint another Special Prosecutor, the problem gets buried.

    • malthuss February 19, 2019 at 12:11 am #

      LBJ did us in–

      Killed JFK? maybe

      Immigration act

      Vietnam war

      Give aways-great society

  13. Jeremy February 18, 2019 at 11:04 am #

    Probably less than 0.1% of the populace understands, or even cares, about any of this.

    It’s dead in the water.

    Now, let’s get on with punishing those European car makers for selling cars that are a “National Threat to the US”.



  14. Epicur February 18, 2019 at 11:08 am #

    “…that can only be clarified now in the courts, and chances are pretty good that they will be. It concerns me because the specter of massive institutional failure in federal law enforcement and the news media bodes very darkly for this country’s future.”

    The future is dark indeed, but the Feral goobermint’s history of selective prosecution gives me little (nil) hope that the tide will turn and clarification achieved.

    Laws are for us little people.

    BTW, on the subject of laws for us little people, can anyone confirm the authenticity of this quote attributed to one (ea.) Mr. A. Hitler: “It is convenient to have a set of laws where everyone is a criminal.”

    • Majella February 18, 2019 at 7:41 pm #

      The only reference to this statement to be found on Google points to this very post! So, probably not…?

  15. JohnAZ February 18, 2019 at 11:16 am #


    Take drug laws. Why is it that something as popular as marijuana and other drugs are still totally banned by the Feds? Why is it that most inmates are related to drugs?

    The inmates are victims of a globalist drug cartel that wants the price of drugs to remain as high as possible. The guys writing the laws are part of the globalist organization ie the Deep State.

    The conpiracy theorists are going to come out of all of this smelling like a rose.

    • Walter B February 18, 2019 at 1:06 pm #

      Why John? Silly boy, it’s called Search and Seizure and Privatized Prison for Profit. It is fun work and it pays well.

    • malthuss February 18, 2019 at 1:15 pm #

      The Mary Jane trade in California is being taken over by corporations and the shops have to be licensed thru corrupt good old boy pols.

      At least growers say that. Small growers.

      I knew someone who was arrested bc his roommate had a few plants.

      • Beryl of Oyl February 18, 2019 at 1:21 pm #

        Pay to play.
        It’s rampant.

    • Beryl of Oyl February 18, 2019 at 1:20 pm #

      The government can’t replace all that lost revenue from cigarette sales with marijuana, when it’s something people can grow cheaply in their own yards or even on the porch (is that why it’s called “pot”?).

      Hence, medical marijuana, which isn’t really medical grade or anything, and shouldn’t it be called medicinal?
      Marijuana is marijuana.
      I know the edible form does work for people who have lost their appetite , due to throat cancer or perhaps other illnesses; but that’s still plain old street marijuana.
      Other uses, I really haven’t seen any evidence that it works better than other medicines.
      But if we go through the pretense of licensed dispensaries, the state gets a cut.

  16. seawolf77 February 18, 2019 at 11:17 am #

    Mike Pence at the podium. “I bring greetings from the 45th president of the United States, Donald Trump.” Crickets.

  17. Epicur February 18, 2019 at 11:17 am #

    “UGH! Yet another week of FBI/Trump diversion sludge?”

    What else is happening?

    • NoLongerHuman February 18, 2019 at 12:01 pm #

      Here’s what I’m seeing:

      Cultural narratives are already being laid out for the 2020 Presidential Campaign and I think the establishment believe or not wants 4 more years of Trump

      AOC’s Green Agenda will be a litmus test for all of the Democratic candidates and by supporting it, they’ll come off as radicals that are on side with destroying an economy that no one has the imagination to change. Solyndra will be brought out as proof that the green revolution is a failure.
      Jussie Smollett faked race attack is the first of a series of stories that will paint the liberal leadership as fanatics who only care about cultural minorities and Hollywood
      Look for the Oscars to be the next cultural fiasco
      To understand what is going on globally is the elites have taken a queue from Putin to what Adam Curtis describes “creating a state of destabilized perception in order to undermine and control the masses”

      • Janos Skorenzy February 18, 2019 at 12:56 pm #

        And all of that is true. They neither know or care about what is good for human beings, only what hurts White people and Western Culture. And yes, the need for radical change is thus completely obfuscated and the Elite win again.

        The People will always fail. Only the High can battle against the High. Only the Cunning against the Cunning. Ruthless against the Ruthless. We need a new Elite which will prove themselves to be so in the Battle. Only the Fascist and National Socialist can match these devils stroke for stroke – because they have the Ideological clarity that enables them to do so. How did they acquire it? By gazing into the abyss (often present in the eyes of Leftists), and by repudiating the same in themselves. Thus they turn their eyes to Heaven and receive its Mandate to go forward conquering and to Conquer.

        • malthuss February 18, 2019 at 5:23 pm #

          You pointed out Nimoy.is.

          Then, this,

          Shatner was born in the Notre-Dame-de-Grâce neighbourhood of Montréal, Québec, Canada, to a Conservative Jewish household.

          Who ever would have thought?

          • elysianfield February 18, 2019 at 6:50 pm #

            “Conservative Jewish household.”

            Are you suggesting that he is a fucking Canadian?

          • malthuss February 19, 2019 at 12:12 am #

            This is for Elysian–I am copy-paste Wiki.

      • malthuss February 18, 2019 at 1:16 pm #


        Grammy awards

        Super bowl.

        • Janos Skorenzy February 20, 2019 at 1:38 am #

          “I am copy paste Wiki”.

  18. Walter B February 18, 2019 at 11:22 am #

    Thank you for watching that stupid show Jim, so that I did not have to. I stopped being able to stomach 60 Minutes over a decade ago when it turned to crap. Not surprised to hear that it still is. I have a long time retired investment banker friend who just spent Saturday afternoon lunching with a close buddy of his, an FBI department director. As in all friendships with government insiders, discussions never include business, but what was and has been told my friend repeatedly over the last few years is that the agency may be run by political hacks and butt kissers, but the rank and file can’t stand any of them and cannot wait for a true purge. I always tell my friend to remind him that “when you lay down with pigs, you get up smelling like garbage” (thank you Tony Bennett), but I know that he never does.

  19. RB February 18, 2019 at 11:41 am #

    Meanwhile back at the farm. Mr. Jones got his final notice from the bank foreclosing on his property which had been in his family for 3 generations.

    The 22 TRILLION dollar debt grew larger such that the Treasury’s supercomputer could not keep up. It blew a fuse and must be replaced with a Chinese rig which has embedded software to trip up future calculations. Ms. Cortez says it is only numbers and we can fudge those like we’ve been doing for decades.

    Oil continued to be sucked from the ground and the party goes on for another few years. We are awash in oil and bullshit.

    Mr. Musk continues to proclaim that we will colonize Mars which sends tingles down many lefty legs. Evidently many lefties have no clue about space and science stuff.

    The public got treated to another false report of racial violence. Be assured this will go away quietly like everything else the left does. However, white guys, do not look at a minority directly in the eyes.

    Jose from Honduras managed to get inside the country. He has the incurable, untreatable form of TB. Let’s hope he makes it to a leftist sanctuary city.

    Stacey Abrams still figures she won the election in GA. Which Romney was the perennial candidate? Georgia should be wary of its future in several years though.

    Nancy Pelosi evidently got Thanksgiving and Valentine’s Day confused. Some poor turkey got the ax instead of a box of chocolates.

    The fact is, we are a reality show for some alien culture. What a hoot.

    • Beryl of Oyl February 18, 2019 at 12:58 pm #

      RB, mentioning Ms.Cortez, I happen to believe she was right about the Amazon deal, just not right for the right reasons.

      I stand pretty much alone in this.
      The people who tell me I’m wrong are as guilty of counting non-existent, theoretical money as something you can account for on a ledger, as she is.

      I have the advantage of having seen similar schemes attempted and not actually working to the benefit of anyone but the participants, time and again, even close to and at my home.

      So has everyone else, but they forget really fast.
      Evidently no one remembers Andrew Cuomo’s stupid and doomed “Tax-free New York” venture.

      Every time I hear talk of “economic development” and “job creation” by elected officials, I cringe.
      If these leaders, who are oh so smart, and how have also been around in office were really that savvy, why is Queens badly in need of jobs, so badly in need that they agree to shakedown by corporate titans?

      But, as I’ve said, the proof to the contrary of this kind of thinking is out there, but no one wants to believe it.

  20. seawolf77 February 18, 2019 at 11:56 am #

    Trump hasn’t accomplished anything because he is a terrible leader who believes he is an amazing leader, and the resulting gulf in perception and reality is called funny, and will continue to grow into hilarity, finally culminating in the entire country laughing its ass off while rolling on the floor, clapping their hands together and crying tears of pure joy, while Trumptards watch in stunned incredulity. In the meantime, Christie will spout “If he has just listened to me,” Coulter will yammer “Our president is an idiot,” Hannity will claim “People don’t know the Trump I know,” and Limbaugh will add “Beware the Ides of March.”

    • Walter B February 18, 2019 at 12:49 pm #

      And he will never accomplish anything nor shall any of those who follow him. The system is shot, it is so totally corrupt and worthless that it matters not what head you put on it, it is still a rotted, decaying carcass. Even at the small local levels all I ever hear is “there is nothing we can do about that”. The only thing that the Giant Shit Machine can do anymore is profit from the labors of those who still do the work and I am afraid that the ranks of those who still do the work are thinning out and eventually going away. Then perhaps there will at least be change, though we might not like the new system.

      • DrTomSchmidt February 18, 2019 at 1:11 pm #

        Grim. I see local initiatives that improve things, Walter, as must you. Democrats from deep Red states and Republicans from Blue Ones (like Charlie Baker in MA) seem to get things done well. But mostly, yes: entropy writ large.

        • stelmosfire February 18, 2019 at 2:44 pm #

          Dr TSchmidt, you are not from MA. Charlie Baker is the proverbial RINO. He is a Dem wannabe through and through. Mass had a budget surplus last year due to over taxation . Give it back to the people. Yea right, fat chance. Bill Weld had a surplus. What did he do? Free registration for cars and license renewals.

      • Nightowl February 18, 2019 at 2:52 pm #

        Getting North Korea to even sit down is a greater accomplishment than anything the past three presidents have accomplished combined, never mind the progress that has been made since the initial talks.

        • seawolf77 February 18, 2019 at 7:52 pm #

          I like the bromance that grew up between them like a dandelion. Puts me in mind to the Stones. Blow away dandelion.

          Prince or pauper, beggar man or thing
          Play the game with ev’ry flower you bring
          Dandelion don’t tell no lies
          Dandelion will make you wise
          Tell me if she laughs or cries
          Blow away dandelion

        • Majella February 18, 2019 at 7:57 pm #

          That statement is just plain delusional, in that precisely zero ;progress’ has been made (see Mike Pompeo’s statement on this).

          He only got the ‘sit-down’ with KJI because it legitimized – or at least it appeared to legitimize – the little twerp on the international stage. Still, I can’t see how sitting down with Trump gives anyone ‘credibility’.

          • Nightowl February 19, 2019 at 8:10 am #

            The sit-down alone is progress. If that upsets you, you should ask yourself why you might prefer the alternative — a nuclear NK controlled by China and a threat to the world.

          • seawolf77 February 19, 2019 at 11:50 am #

            I don’t believe nuclear weapons exist so none of that shit bothers me. I also don’t believe in the boogeyman. The reason is I have not seen any proof that either exist.

          • Janos Skorenzy February 20, 2019 at 1:40 am #

            What about the atomic soldiers a few hundred yards from the blast who saw the fucking bones in their hands?

            What about the Duke? Someone nuked him good.

    • JohnAZ February 18, 2019 at 12:51 pm #

      Terrible leader? You are full of it. He has accomplished more than all the presidents since Reagan. And you hate it because you do not agree with him.

    • FincaInTheMountains February 18, 2019 at 1:05 pm #

      Just the fact that “Deep State” became a household name means a world.

      • seawolf77 February 18, 2019 at 1:59 pm #

        I had a girlfriend once who used to call that sex with me-Deep State.

        • hmuller February 18, 2019 at 4:07 pm #

          Was that the one who came to your door selling girl scout cookies?

          • seawolf77 February 18, 2019 at 7:49 pm #

            Yes, that’s the one Father. You are a priest right? Pedophilia on the brain. It’s like a lump isn’t it?

    • RB February 18, 2019 at 4:08 pm #

      On the contrary, he is an obnoxious man, but he is a leader. Unlike the previous idiots in the WH he tells the Pentagon “leaders” how the bread is buttered. If he can extract troops from the various shit holes, he will be a very effective leader. Obama was an ass kisser. He kissed ass around the world, Hollywood, and some asses we don’t know about I imagine. The sad thing is, successors will keep us buried in endless wars. Trump has been refreshing in a large sense.

      BTW, who do you see as a “good” leader? Surely you do not think Ms. Clinton is a leader. She hasn’t led anything. We cannot know her in that sense.

      Clearly, Hitler was a leader. He could be incredibly charming and beguiling. FDR had the leadership gift as did his wonderful successor.

      • seawolf77 February 18, 2019 at 7:47 pm #

        What shitholes has he extracted us from exactly?

        • RB February 18, 2019 at 8:13 pm #

          I said “if”. He is moving out of Syria and is evidently urging us out of Afghanistan. Both shit holes. His predecessors got us nothing including especially the first black president. Mr. Bling, bling. But, I never hated Obama as people like yourself hate Mr. Trump. I don’t get that part.

          • seawolf77 February 18, 2019 at 8:50 pm #

            Ahh, the siren song of the if- we all know her capriciousness, but who can resist her call.

          • Nightowl February 19, 2019 at 9:17 am #

            To be fair they are now “shitholes” thanks to us in large part. I know a number of highly educated Syrians here in Germany; the country was fairly advanced in many areas until it was destroyed largely by the policies of BHO.

            The man (BHO) will probably never be tried for one of the greatest crimes against humanity in recent memory — the creation and material support of ISIL as a proxy army to run over Syria in support of the Neocon “7 countries strategy.”

          • benr February 20, 2019 at 9:44 pm #

            Obama was disgusting!
            How could you not loath a man who hated the country he was elected to lead and wanted to fundamentally change it for the worse?

  21. messianicdruid February 18, 2019 at 12:27 pm #

    I would like to *understand* the Grand Jury part of this. I’d prefer Congress not screw this up. – we must have some actual talent involved here, since this is unprecedented and will have lasting implications.

  22. Wiley Miller got sacked for planting an Eager Egg on his Sunday strip of Non Sequitor, “Go fuck yourself Trump” which was read by precious 4-year old girls around the Sunday breakfast table with their mummies and daddies.

    Unsurprisingly, the strip is being replaced with something not funny or creative.

  23. Beryl of Oyl February 18, 2019 at 12:45 pm #

    Scott Pelley already made an ass of himself when he made CBS’ coverage of the inauguration all about teh Russians.
    H simply would not shut up.
    He was worse than the infotainers who cover events such as the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
    I can remember when they used to comment on the floats and the bands, you know, the actual parade, but now they just talk talk talk as if they were the show.
    Why are the reporters even on camera at televised events?

    Speaking of sucking on eyeglasses, I remember how offended Bob Dylan was when he was asked to do so by a reporter. That makes me think of how offended some viewers of 60 Minutes were by their heavily publicized Bob Dylan interview, because it was a very thinly disguised commercial for a product of the parent company.
    Bob did not seem at all happy with that, he wasn’t very forthcoming.
    Now they’ve gone full-on mega corporate shills, all the networks have.

    Oddly enough, the “journalists” at the alphabet news outlets seemed to believe Bob was some kind of sellout of their cherished ideals, when he ‘allowed’ the Chinese government to approve his playlist ahead of his performing over there.

    Bob plays music for a living. He gets hired to give concerts.
    If I hired musicians for an event, say a wedding, I would certainly discuss ahead of time what music I prefer with those I was paying.

    People like Lyin’ Brian seemed to want Bob to stand for the First Amendment or something. They wanted him to uphold values they don’t possess? Maybe they were waxing nostalgic for their innocent youth.

  24. JohnAZ February 18, 2019 at 12:49 pm #

    The globalists are on the March. The war has been declared, not by the globalists as they do not have the cojones to confront anybody, but by Trump. He knows what is at stake at the border and finally, sans Sessions , he is moving to close it, whatever the political cost. The Deep State is going to throw every political trick they have at Trump to stop him from really enforcing the border.

    It really is a National Emergency and not because of the illegal immigrant problem. America is about to lose its autonomy to a group of globalist elites who think they are better and smarter than the rest of us. Everything being thrown at our border is a product of the Soros crowd. Waters protests today are a product of the Soros crowd. Border integrity is a necessity to hold sovereignty for a country and the Deep State is trying to do its utmost to destroy that integrity.

    It truly is an emergency.

    • Beryl of Oyl February 18, 2019 at 1:07 pm #

      One has to question why to politicians nowhere near said border are making it a top priority to leave it as it is, and then, and only then, can one begin to see what is really going on.

      I gather from your screen name that you are much closer than I am to the border, but my Senator Schumer really, really wants to insert himself into issues that affect you way more than they affect me.
      The open border does affect New Yorkers negatively as well, and I’m sure Chuck’s constituents are not in favor of his stance, because I personally don’t know anybody outside of politics or media who supports him on it.

      Chuck employed a spy, he really isn’t that smart on national security issues, so I don’t know why he should be up to his neck in this issue, with nobody in the mainstream media asking why.

      • revilo February 18, 2019 at 1:18 pm #

        Because Schumer is a dual citizen who works for Israel and Intenational Jewry. Here he is at AIPAC, shitting on our Constitution for the benefit of Israel. Do you not realize who runs this country?


        • malthuss February 18, 2019 at 4:50 pm #

          If Beans reads this he might troll you.

          This is from 2016- a back and forth after Beans posts that Janos is latent homo—

          [Dolph aptly notes, beantownbill, whoever he is real life, uses the tactic of deflection.]

          Jim replies with–Interesting that you have never been able to deny charges that have stood the test of time, bean.

          Okay, so after reading all this I get the impression the ‘latent’ one might be Bill.
          Queen of Denial.

          • beantownbill. February 18, 2019 at 7:41 pm #

            Ok. I read Revilo’s post just after he submitted it. I know he’s anti-Semitic, but I’m on vacation and I wanted a day off from calling out asshole haters. Alas, it wasn’t to be, because now a second asshole had to comment. You are an asshole, too. Did I ever tell you that?

            If you have any memory left after being so obsessed with hating, you might remember it was you I called out as being gay.

          • malthuss February 19, 2019 at 1:24 am #

            This is for Bill,

            from Unz,

            Belgium is ethnically divided between the French-speaking Walloons and the Flemish.

            The country has only won two Nobel prizes since 1977, both by Ashkenazi Jews.

            François Englert, a Holocaust survivor born in Belgium in 1932 to Jewish parents who immigrated from Poland, won the 2013 Nobel Prize in Physics.

            Ilya Prigogine won the 1977 Nobel Prize for Chemistry. Prigogine was born in Moscow January 25, 1917 to a Jewish family. Critical of the Soviet Union, the family first immigrated to Germany, then Belgium in 1929.

            –However one must ask, ‘Who judges the awards?’

        • Majella February 18, 2019 at 8:07 pm #

          How was he ‘shitting on the Constitution” in that speech? Please explain.

          • revilo February 18, 2019 at 9:23 pm #

            The First Amendment to the Constitution protects the right to boycott. Shit, Jews have been boycotting Germany since 1933. I have met many that wouldn’t even buy a German steak knife in 2019. Typical double standard bullshit.

          • revilo February 18, 2019 at 10:02 pm #

            For Jews outraged by Germany’s treatment of Jews, I respect their right to boycott. For Americans outraged by Israel’s treatment of Palestinians, I respect their right to boycott. Welcome to America, beantown. Are you getting the picture, or shall I dumb it down further for you?

      • revilo February 18, 2019 at 4:26 pm #

        See chapter 7


        • malthuss February 19, 2019 at 12:14 am #

          beantown. Are you getting the picture, or shall I dumb it down further for you?

          –sure, why not?

          [not that I read all of his ripostes, brilliant though some are.]

  25. finuch February 18, 2019 at 12:50 pm #

    TinySolar … “( I read and enjoyed The End Of Suburbia)”.

    Did you now?

    • TinySolar February 18, 2019 at 1:48 pm #

      Yep, read it. And I’ve been observing his “prophesy-come-true” in real time. I grew up mostly in cheap suburban housing plats out west. Now I like my tall old New England home (with chickens!).

  26. FincaInTheMountains February 18, 2019 at 12:58 pm #

    I keep coming back to the fact that if Trump had simply followed through on his election promises and 1.) investigated and jailed HRC and/or Obama and their entire entourage immediately after the 2016 election was over, and 2.) immediately directed the DoD to fund and build his wall in the same time period, that all the current hysterics would be moot. == Scratch

    Are you kidding? Before midterm elections Trump had no power whatsoever, all power belonged to the head of Deep State Hillary Clinton.

    Now, he got at best, 50%.

  27. Blah blah blah the fucking Globalists. The nuveau rich foreigners, like 21 Savage, just read this guys interview in the Times with the fawning John Caramanica. His vernacular is astonishingly moronic. “My situation is important ’cause I represent poor black Americans and I represent our immigrant Americans. You gotta think about all the millions of people that ain’t 21 Savage that’s in 21 Savage shoes.”

    Here are some of his contributions to lyric poetry:

    I’m playin’ with the rock like my real name is HOVA
    AK-47 still strapped to my shoulder
    Them niggas tote choppers like them niggas from Magnolia
    I fucked a nigga’s bitch
    I fucked another nigga’s bitch
    When you gettin money you can fuck a nigga’s bitch
    VVS diamonds I done flooded out my wrist

    Unbelievable but this is lauded as quality popular music by “top critics”. Caramanica in particular. I’ve surveyed the lyrics of many of his favorite chart topping subjects. The lyrics are almost universally the same: profane, stupid, violent, sexist, etc. These songs are what high school drill teams practice to. Anyway, this guy is an illegal and he’s a millionaire. The best kept secret seems to be, to me, that many, many illegals aren’t poor. They’re rich. They are the drained brains, the petit bourgeoise, the families of criminal mafias. And this guy. Do you think Britain wants him back?

    • malthuss February 18, 2019 at 1:19 pm #

      Old Chinese Proverb, if it bleeds it leads.

      Confucius say, if the music sells, its genius.

    • S M Tenneshaw February 18, 2019 at 9:02 pm #

      By way of contrast, back in ’73 we had the Isley Brothers:

      Who’s that lady? Who’s that lady?
      Beautiful lady, who’s that lady?
      Lovely lady, who’s that lady?
      Real fine lady, who’s that lady?

      What the hell happened?

      • malthuss February 19, 2019 at 12:17 am #

        Rap became a multi billion dollar scam.
        gangster rap.

        Eminem, who rapped about killing his mom

        [not killing [fill in blank]…imagine [no not John Lennons tune] if he d rapped about killing some protected sub group. Imagine.

        Lets kill—–[protected minorit, says mussies] had someone rapped that in canada, theyd be jailed

      • Janos Skorenzy February 20, 2019 at 1:42 am #

        And who promulgated this crap far and wide, now spread even to New Guinea, making it theme music to Kali Yuga?

        Tenny, look into who owns the radio media and you’ll have your answer.

  28. montsegur February 18, 2019 at 1:35 pm #

    That was a nice way of saying that Mr. McCabe has been singing to a grand jury. If so, then he’s an early bird, because many of his feathered friends will be following him into the grand jury chamber and then we’ll have the great Battle-of-the-Alibis.


    Heh, more like a Battle-of-The-Aviary in all of its droppings-smeared glory courtesy of the feathered friends, and, of course, Collusive Andy himself.

    Network journalism on the national level has transformed into vile and shameless infotainment, and the biggest newspapers are not far behind. Blogs and other websites are rich on opinion (although some of them are at least at times worth reading). Not sure how we can have an informed public in the future at this rate.


    • 100th Avatar February 18, 2019 at 2:49 pm #

      You of course must know; we are in a new pays cathare.
      A dangerous awakening that will be suppressed.
      The crusaders are the same. The state, the military, and the happy and trusting folk that live very fat or in reasonable comfort under their hand.
      The opposition is wicked. Evil. A buffoon.
      Question our great nation? Our police agencies? Our intelligence?

      • montsegur February 20, 2019 at 5:45 am #

        As an aside, I actually was able to visit the Pays Cathare once. At the foot of the hill upon which are found the ruins of Montsegur, there is a small monument to the Cathars.

        The monument is worn, and would not be so impressive were it not for one fact: it commemorates an event, a demonstration of faith … that took place over 770 years ago. I haven’t run across many monuments that “look” that far back … talk about Long View.

        There are, of course, many ruins and sites related to ancient times, but although preserved, very few are actually commemorated by modern society — the preference today being the commemoration of more recent events and persons.

        As to the “dangerous awakening” … well, the Pope today, like the Pope then, has entered into secular alliances of questionable morality.


  29. 100th Avatar February 18, 2019 at 2:09 pm #

    60Minutes and CBS, for a certain generation, is the benchmark for journalistic integrity. Their last swashbuckling righteous reporter was Dan Rather, who even had his heroics put to music by an alt-pop band back in the 90’s, “What’s the Frequency Kenneth?”.
    Ole Dan committed journalistic suicide, ostensibly be questionable “facts” and source gathering, but really for his relentless work against a certain establishment deep-state wartime president, George Dumbya.

    60 minutes had a few more doozies, and most people stopped considering them a legitimate source even after they had long ago stopped accepting them as an unbiased source for “news”.
    Pelley is just another one. A rather preening and curious bird that enjoys the affectations of a hard-hitting journalist: muscles, tailored shirts, and eyeglass arms in lips.

    But, as we all knew, or know, it’s all an act. A last act for a dead program.

  30. bukowskisghost February 18, 2019 at 2:11 pm #

    Janos does a great impression of Theodor Adorno…the irony is that Adorno’s father was an assimilated Jew. In the words of Lady Macbeth, “ our dam spot out!”…. love it.

    • Janos Skorenzy February 18, 2019 at 5:56 pm #

      Chuck Schumer pledges eternal loyalty to the Eternal Jewish Nation, both in Israel and here in “America”. Apparently his name means “guardian” in Yiddish and his ancestors were guardians of Galician Ghetto.


      English Jews have their own police force – the Schomrim – which sounds cognate with the above. How is such a thing legal? It wouldn’t be if England was still England. And how is this guy allowed to be in Congress? Same reason on the level of principle.

      Not to pick exclusively on the Jews. There are Muslim and Black congress people who have zero allegiance to the United States. Thus do we crumble, and you think it’s progress.

      • malthuss February 19, 2019 at 12:18 am #

        “America”. why the “””

        • Janos Skorenzy February 20, 2019 at 1:43 am #

          Because such an America not run by Americans but by secret interests and groups, is no real America at all.

  31. 100th Avatar February 18, 2019 at 2:13 pm #

    “Whether you are a Trump cheerleader or not (I’m not), there is a reality-based chain of events behind the FBI’s actions from early 2016 on — and the actions of other official players in government…”

    And when it all comes out in the wash, we will learn that they had to, because Trump is such a miserable human being and abject failure intent on destroying this country.

    And everyone will believe it. Because the FBI and CIA and news media bleed integrity.

    And it’s just easier than accepting the alternative: we live in a deeply evil and corrupted state.

    • JohnAZ February 18, 2019 at 3:29 pm #

      It’s easier because the American public is conditioned to believe that lies are the truth.

      And yes, we live in a deeply evil, corrupted and bankrupt world.

      • malthuss February 19, 2019 at 12:18 am #

        How could the world be bankrupt?

        • 100th Avatar February 19, 2019 at 11:50 am #

          Morally, like you?

  32. fineline February 18, 2019 at 2:16 pm #

    so,the 25th is in the Constitution. By some of the reactions here, you would think that the clause itself is treasonable.

    Since it exists, it should be considered and considered often.

    • 100th Avatar February 18, 2019 at 2:58 pm #

      The last strict constructionist was found facedown in a pillow.
      At the estate of a political broker.
      No autopsy ordered.

      • benr February 20, 2019 at 9:51 pm #

        You forgot to add the broker was a solid Democrat!

    • JohnAZ February 18, 2019 at 3:35 pm #

      So a President is elected, right?

      Then the other party gets in power and uses the 25th to oust him.

      Then the other party gets in and ousts his replacement.

      I have an idea. Let us just replace the voters with a committee from the Deep State and appoint a president. We will save lots of money that way.

      And oh, yeah, with a committee like that, they can make our decisions for us, so let’s get rid of our legislature too.

      A perfect recipe for the Progressive Lefts Communist State.

      Who needs voters?

      • seawolf77 February 18, 2019 at 4:03 pm #

        I’ve got a better idea, let’s get a reality TV star, one entirely manufactured by who knows who, who is supposed to be a billionaire but no one really knows, and turn him into a champion for the people since who would be better in that role than a businessman billionaire. Then run him as an anti-establishment Republican. Since he is neither a billionaire, nor a champion of the people, we would need him to lie about everything, including his wealth, and accuse everyone else of being fake. We would give him an immigrant wife, since his entire campaign is anti-immigrant. We would also launch his political career on a lie that disparages the the first duly elected (by a far greater margin than he won by) black president, that he was not born in America, but was really Kenyan and a superb marathon runner and singer. Then pit him against the media so everything is a big huge drama, which gives his base erections, and nothing gets done ever, except tax cuts for the rich. Genius.

        • hmuller February 18, 2019 at 4:25 pm #

          You’re probably the only one on this site who hasn’t grown tired and bored of your repetitive and vile Trump bashing. You made yourself the new “Janet” and henceforth I for one will just ignore whatever you write.
          Anyone else want to join me in taking the pledge to ignore the jerk?

          • seawolf77 February 18, 2019 at 4:36 pm #

            Wow! You really think I give a shit.

          • 100th Avatar February 18, 2019 at 5:20 pm #

            hmuller, that’s no way to treat the retarded, even if it’s the self-inflicted retarded.

          • goldpen February 18, 2019 at 7:14 pm #

            You MAGA snowflakes are sooooo easily triggered

          • beantownbill. February 18, 2019 at 7:46 pm #

            I will, too.

          • Q. Shtik February 18, 2019 at 10:29 pm #

            henceforth I for one will just ignore whatever you write. – hmull


            hmuller, you make a big mistake in saying that henceforth you will ignore (i.e. not read) Seawolf’s comments. I’ve been on this CFN Blog going on 11 years and have seen about a hundred instances of people saying the same thing, and then trying to get others to join them in boycotting someone’s comments. It never works. You will continue reading Seawolf’s comments, perhaps even more so than anyone else’s comments. The reason is that you are now obsessed with the incredible fact that Seawolf could possibly hold opinions so opposite your own. You are doubly pissed off that he rather cleverly expresses those heinous opinions.

            Take me for example, I almost never read one of the comments posted by the guy who used to go by the name John Galt (can’t think of his current handle). I also never click on one of his links. I also almost never read a Finca comment especially if it is long. This is because I have no knowledge of Russian history or present day Russian politics. But I DO NOT attempt to get others to join me in my boycott. It would be useless to do so.

        • RB February 18, 2019 at 5:28 pm #

          Mr/Ms/? Seawolf.

          Well dang it. I should have joined his base instead of trying the “blue pill” whose side effects are monumental.

          Every presidency is a show. Except in Bill Clinton’s case where it was a “blow”. Wasn’t he the one accused of rape by 4 or 5 women but no one cared. How do you feel about him?

          How is it Trump is accused of being anti-immigrant. He is anti-migrant. There’s a difference. Do our laws mean nothing?

          Where is it in the Constitution that says a president must reveal his tax returns? Why is that such a big deal?

          Wasn’t it Obama who was using the IRS to hammer conservative organizations? Does that not bother you?

          Obama was, and is, all about bling. Nothing of substance there at all. But then I think Harry Truman was the best president the nation ever had.

          • 100th Avatar February 18, 2019 at 5:44 pm #

            Noble but futile nevertheless.
            There is no cure to the partisanly impaired mind.

          • seawolf77 February 18, 2019 at 7:44 pm #

            Pay no attention to Numero Culo. He’s above it all, like a turd that floats. I feel like Clinton and Obama worked their ass. I felt like W ceded control of his administration to the Dick Cheney, who worked his ass off to screw all of us and benefit Halliburton which at the time owned Kellog, Brown and Root which got rich off the Vietnam War via Lyndon Johnson and is still getting rich off of the wars we fight. W was asleep at the wheel. Tax returns did not exist when the Constitution was penned, but Alexander Hamilton was known as a British stooge none the less. Today we need to see the president’s tax returns so we can see if they are beholden to anybody or any country. I mean it is evident the Trump is a Russian stooge. The question is why? Obama got the average American healthcare and forced insurance companies to cover pre-existing conditions. Republicans took his singular achievement away and now they are trying to go back to when insurance companies did not have to cover people who were sick and make them pure profit machines. What good are they when they do not actually function as insurance?

          • 100th Avatar February 18, 2019 at 8:04 pm #

            Did you just plagarize a 4th grade magnet school student?

          • RB February 18, 2019 at 8:25 pm #


            Obama and the democrats jammed a bill through congress because they could. They disallowed any input from the other party. This is hardly democracy. Of course then payback comes when the WH changes hands.

            I despair that anyone thinks that because Clinton worked his ass off that his alledged rapes go uncontested, not investigated not to mention ruining the life of a young intern. Then there is his relationship with Mr. Epstein and the young girls in his web.

            Obama got nothing accomplished to get us out of these absurd and endless wars. His only “accomplishment” with the military was to bring in trans types and to make the military into a social restructuring experiment. Meanwhile, young people die and get maimed for nothing. Mr. Trump tells the Pentagon to shut up and obey and he gets grief.

            If Trump is a stooge for Russia, he sure is putting the sanction screws to them. If you want to look at Russia connections, then let’s investigate Mrs. Clinton. I have to give the democrats credit for their relentless campaign to keep the heat on Mr. Trump instead of their own crimes.

          • seawolf77 February 19, 2019 at 8:49 am #

            When they impeached Bill Clinton I said to myself this country has far more important things it needs to be working on, thinking about, talking about. Look at all the time and effort that went into that impeachment and what did it accomplish? Nothing. Now the Republicans have led us into immigrant purgatory. We just have to sustain ourselves for a short while and soon we’ll be in heaven. In the grand scheme of things it is less than nothing. It should be relegated the stature it deserves. It’s like the best band in Bakersville is headlining Madison Square Garden on December 31,1999.

          • Nightowl February 20, 2019 at 5:35 pm #

            He actually did reveal a tax return. Maddow had it and melted down on air.

        • Nightowl February 20, 2019 at 5:34 pm #

          Great post.

        • benr February 20, 2019 at 9:54 pm #

          And you believed the narrative that Obama was born in Hawaii huh?
          Your eyes are wide eyed and firmly shut to reality.
          Seek help for your TDS in fact I think secretly you lust after Trump.

      • fineline February 18, 2019 at 8:27 pm #

        It is guys like you that make sure the Constitution does not work.

    • BackRowHeckler February 18, 2019 at 4:09 pm #

      The 25th amendment was created because of President Wilson, who had a major stroke in his 2nd term. His second wife and a character known as ‘Colonel House’ made most executive decisions after that.

      Can the 25th be used on Ruth Bator Ginsberg? She appears to be near non functionable about this time?


      • hmuller February 18, 2019 at 4:37 pm #

        The 25th amendment was passed by Congress in 1965; ratified and became law in 1967. While memories of Wilson may have played a role, so did memories of FDR’s ill health, Eisenhower’s heart attacks, and the thought that Kennedy might have survived Dallas in a much impeded condition.

        The 25th Amendment applies to the President and Vice-President, not Supreme Court justices.

  33. DurangoKid February 18, 2019 at 3:10 pm #

    I think now would be a good time to make an assessment of Mrs. Clinton’s style of statecraft. When trying to reach a conclusion on some issue, it’s useful to get different points of view. The best opinions are often the ones of those with first hand knowledge. With that in mind we should ask Mr. Muammar Al Gathafi, former prime minister of Libya, how Mrs. Clinton’s policies affected his country. Oh, wait. We can’t. He’s dead. Maybe we should ask the refugees from the Honduran coup. You know the one with the Hillary Clinton seal of approval? They’re the ones clamoring to seek asylum at the US-Mexico border. No luck there. Most of them don’t speak English. Let’s give Haiti a try. Remember how Mrs. Clinton intervened on behalf of sweatshop owners to cut the minimum wage in half? I doubt many Haitian seamstresses would have a good word for Mrs. C. Maybe someone closer to home would have a good word for her. How about Henry Kissinger? He thinks Mrs. Clinton has done a bang-up job. However, “Butcher of Cambodia” has a rather bad connotation, so maybe we should take his assessment with a grain of salt.

    My conclusion is that Hillary Clinton is willing to throw anybody under the bus in the pursuit of power. She’s also a schemer, always working a few moves ahead. It doesn’t seem like much of a stretch for her to undermine a sitting president of the US while trying to shift the blame to someone we’re all meant to see as evil incarnate, the dreaded Vladimir Putin, author of everything bad and eater of babies. Nice try, Hill. Where did you go so wrong?

    It turns out Trump is someone the military-industrial-complex can work with. Your assessment of Trump as a bumbling oaf may have been correct, but even a bumbling oaf can still carry water for global capital accumulation. Worse than Trump would have been a failed presidency and that was probably the thing the Deep State refused to accept. Above all the deep state wants a government busy making hay and not standing around the barn arguing about who gets to swing the scythe.

    Now that the Russia-gate ruse had played itself out with no tangible benefits, what’s next? You have to do something to keep all those eyes from turning to the DNC. Maybe lay low and let the attention shift to one of the perennial enemies like, i don’t know, Iran? How about a new pantsuit that matches the wallpaper? Or just leave the country on a speaking tour of Saudi Arabia, Brazil, and the City of London?

    • Walter B February 18, 2019 at 3:25 pm #

      Excellent assessment Durango, yes DJT’s life did in fact get a little bit easier once he picked up the water bucket for the MIC didn’t it?

      “Oh, wait. We can’t. He’s dead” I loved that part, though I sort of feel sorry for HRC for I cannot recall so vile a human being that ever existed during my lifetime. I would not want to be her, especially once she breathes her last and the real torture begins. Perhaps her money can keep her alive forever in a laboratory beaker somewhere to avoid the inevitable. Let’s hope so for her sake.

      • JohnAZ February 18, 2019 at 3:39 pm #

        Yeah, and she is the poster child for the effeminized new Progressive Democrat party.

        It fits.

  34. BackRowHeckler February 18, 2019 at 3:52 pm #

    Minister of Deep State
    Washington, DC


    Subject: arrest of probable enemies of the Deep State

    To all comrade citizens posting on this board critical of great American Institutions like the FBI and CBS news, we know who you are and where you live. Prepare for imminent arrest in the near future. SWAT is being deployed as I write these lines. Our presence will be announced by a percussion grenade crashing thru your bedroom window, and your front door pulled off its hinges with a grappling hook attached to an armored car.

    Do not resist.

    All civil rights will be respected, and, as always, you are presumed innocent until proven guilty in one our FISA courts,.

    End memo. //////////////////////

    • malthuss February 18, 2019 at 4:26 pm #

      You asked me about 2 ‘A’ list guys.
      Im not too familiar with them or their music.

      Check-You tube, ‘Call for an Uprising’ for more on Manson.
      I dont want to go into it. sick.

      • BackRowHeckler February 18, 2019 at 4:47 pm #

        Thanks, Malth.

        • malthuss February 18, 2019 at 4:54 pm #

          Call for an Uprising has things that I find shocking.
          And thats saying something.
          Mind control.via media. [or Medea?]

          Have you been to ‘John of God?’–An ex friend of mine went and I mocked her.
          Drudge has been reporting on JOG. He was killing women.
          He was on Oprah. Maybe thats how Kerry found him and went to Brazil.


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

            Brazil, crazy place.

            Some comrades say the US is beginning to look like Brazil, demographically, its urban mayhem and political chaos.


  35. fugeguy February 18, 2019 at 3:57 pm #


    should be titled

    “Mainstream media continues slide into irrelevancy”

    Because regardless of your political leanings it seems obvious that the news crowd picks a side on a story and then just looks for confirmation bias and hammers it home, not letting any contradictory information get in the way of the “story.”

    • hmuller February 18, 2019 at 4:52 pm #

      I agree fugeguy. Scott Pelley is a circus clown who does what his globalist masters tell him. That’s why he gets paid the big money. “Career suicide” for Pelley would be following the principles of a true journalist. No chance of that.

    • malthuss February 18, 2019 at 4:55 pm #





      • fugeguy February 18, 2019 at 5:19 pm #

        It’s a parade.

        A parade of dead/dying a$$holes but a parade none the less…

      • Janos Skorenzy February 18, 2019 at 5:47 pm #

        He was one of the most corrupt faces I’ve ever seen – but a different form from Smolett’s case of terminal smarminess.

        • malthuss February 19, 2019 at 12:01 am #

          Smoletts dad is –you guessed it. See wiki.

  36. FincaInTheMountains February 18, 2019 at 4:23 pm #

    Ukrainization of the United States, or what we have to do with all that?

    So much has happened over the past week that at other times such a number of sensations would be enough for six months.

    But on Sunday political broadcasts, all this news was overshadowed by an announcement by the US President Donald Trump of the state of emergency, officially for the construction of a steel wall on the border with Mexico.

    Moreover, among the “democratic” media verbiage about the illegality of the official reason, a sensible thought flashed that in fact the state of emergency was declared due to the obstructionist position of the democratic majority in the House of Representatives and these same media – that is, o horror! – this state of emergency was announced against them.

    Oh God! From this thought, they just lost the gift of speech! Meanwhile, only this week:

    1. On February 14, the appointment as US Attorney General of the former Attorney General in the George Bush Sr. Administration, William Barr, became the culmination of the historical and political intrigue I call the Big Bargain, which I began writing about at the end of September after a dramatic change in the strategic balance of the forces of the World Colored Projects which manifested itself during the hearing of Judge Kavanaugh for position of Justice of the US Supreme Court

    2 The day before yesterday, the former. FBI chief executive McCabe gave an interview to “60 Minutes,” in which he said that Deputy US Attorney General Rosenstein had suggested that he work out a plan for forcibly removing US President Donald Trump on the basis of the 25th amendment to the Constitution

    3 Vice President Pence, one of the initiators of “crusade” against Venezuela, was ostracized by US NATO allies at a security meeting in Munich, after Congress tried to pass a special law prohibiting President Trump leaving NATO and taking with him the rest of the United States.

    And the main initiator of the aforementioned crusade against Venezuela, the senator from Florida Marco Rubio, the leadership of the Republican Party asked to resign after Rubio said that he did not support the presidential decree on the introduction of state of emergency.

    The most interesting thing is that all these events are the result of only one phrase from Trump’s address to the people and the Congress “On the State of the Union”, in which he launched the anti-Venezuelan campaign in the US against the left wing of the Democratic Party, which caused a split in the Clintonoid camp right about 5 minutes before they were supposed to impeach him.

    But the counter-intelligence reported precisely this time and the situation in the United States was quite adequately described by Russia FM Lavrov, avoiding any dirty Russian swearing, but quite intelligently calling the Minister of Defense of the United Kingdom the Minister of War and politely dressing down the correspondent of the Washington Post newspaper which belongs to the richest man on the planet Bezos, who, judging by this Lavrov’s reply, in the very near future will have to explain to the officials of the Department of Justice how the US Postal Service got underpaid billions of dollars from his company, Amazon.

    And in this regard, I suggest taking a look at following video in an interview with the sponsor of the “hellish” sanctions against Russia, the very influential Chairman of the Senate Judicial Committee, Lindsey Graham. It seems to me that the expression of his face after viewing these passages better than anything else characterizes not only the essence of these confessions of McCabe and the situation in the United States, but also the meaning of “hellish” sanctions against Russia.


    • 100th Avatar February 18, 2019 at 5:23 pm #

      4:20 and just like a stale joint here comes a poster in search of a blog.

      Seriously, go to WordPress.com. It’s free.

      Stop being a parasite.

      • FincaInTheMountains February 18, 2019 at 6:00 pm #

        go to WordPress.com

        Only if you promise not to leave me alone their without your prayers.

  37. seawolf77 February 18, 2019 at 5:23 pm #

    A coup? Laying down that cover story already huh? You all must realize he’s guilty as sin, and since you right wingers could never back a traitor, then he must have been removed from office via a coup. Nice try. He is a crook, and he will go down in history as a crook, and all of you who voted for him, well let’s just say you’ve been had bad.

    • capt spaulding February 18, 2019 at 5:40 pm #

      Even though I no longer align with either party, I gotta say that with the last three presidents, neither red nor blue have done themselves proud. Where is the alternative to these clowns we put in office?

    • benr February 21, 2019 at 11:40 am #

      Guilty of what?
      You can’t even enumerate what you believe him guilty of?
      Mean while back on the ranch the person who actually had anything to do with the Russians you supported and would still vote for.
      Another instance of Seriously enough to make me barf..

  38. Pucker February 18, 2019 at 5:46 pm #

    Speaking of institutional failure….

    They don’t read the Legislation that they vote on; They don’t know where the money goes; They’ve absolved themselves of all responsibility.

    Many of these Christian blokes think that Trump, the real estate developer and casino operator, was sent by God to get it all sorted out.


  39. Pucker February 18, 2019 at 6:03 pm #

    At some point, one has to ask the very salient question: What’s wrong with the Americans?


    Is it a lack of common sense?

    Are they doped up on Calories and Entertainment?

    Are there drug abuse issues?

    Are the men Pussy Whipped into apathy?

    Is it Internet porn?

    Is it the Educational System?

    Are there high concentrations of pharmaceuticals being dumped into the water?

    It’s almost like watching a livestock management system. Animal Farm….

    • Pucker February 18, 2019 at 6:10 pm #

      It must be an IQ problem?

      The Wall is Trump’s Obamacare, right?

      It’s a Gimmick?

      Rather that a Wall, we could have a Moat…Or a “Force Field”….

      • seawolf77 February 18, 2019 at 8:11 pm #

        It’s not an IQ problem. It’s a cheer problem. Remember when you were in high school and you had a big game coming up and the faculty made up some bullshit story about how the other school was disrespecting you? Remember how hard you screamed, how you nearly busted a blood vessel in your teenage skull. Republicans need that like oxygen. They need to be able to cheer like juveniles, to scream and rant like groupies, to emote till their deaf. Rallies are like heroin to them. Just a little push and you’ll be smilin. Like Captain Jack.
        Captain Jack will get you high tonight
        And take you to your special island
        Captain Jack will get you by tonight
        Just a little push, and you’ll be smilin’

        • RB February 18, 2019 at 8:29 pm #

          Your description resembles an Antifa meeting.

        • malthuss February 19, 2019 at 12:03 am #

          That old song from circa 1970? Id guess Jack is a drug or drugs.

          • seawolf77 February 19, 2019 at 9:17 am #

            Needle, syringe, a little push of the plunger. Not the brightest bulb on the Christmas tree are you?

          • SoftStarLight February 19, 2019 at 9:44 am #

            Tell me about Paul McCartney.

          • elysianfield February 19, 2019 at 12:04 pm #

            “That old song from circa 1970? Id guess Jack is a drug or drugs.”

            Or masturbationb

          • elysianfield February 19, 2019 at 12:11 pm #

            Your sister’s gone out, she’s on a date
            You just sit at home and masturbate
            Your phone is gonna ring soon, but you just can’t wait
            For that call

            The whole song is about masturbation…not drugs.

          • seawolf77 February 19, 2019 at 7:57 pm #

            Somebody’s gonna call with the score. The drugs. His drug dealer. Jesus I expected more out of you.

          • elysianfield February 20, 2019 at 11:49 am #

            I stand corrected…might be a generational thing…”Air Jack”…”Combat Jack” were my references.


  40. BackRowHeckler February 18, 2019 at 6:31 pm #

    This Andrew McCabe chap, what a weasel.

    How did he get to be one of the top men in the FBI?

    • seawolf77 February 18, 2019 at 8:06 pm #

      He’s no Trump lackey, that’s true. Maybe we can put Mr. Clean in over there now that he’s out of a job.

      • BackRowHeckler February 18, 2019 at 9:15 pm #

        Sounds like he’s your weasel!

    • malthuss February 19, 2019 at 12:21 am #

      do not be a speciest.



  41. Pucker February 18, 2019 at 6:32 pm #

    Maybe we should have elected Hillary?

    Whenever the Greeks Fucked up, like the time that they sacked and burned down Persepolis and raped all of the women, they tended to fix the blame on a Greek woman.

    “See, we elected a woman and look what happened.”

  42. Janos Skorenzy February 18, 2019 at 6:33 pm #


    Is there anything more beautiful than Fire? I’m becoming and in my becoming, becoming a Fire worshiper. Whites naturally use it in their rituals, both religious and national. No doubt other peoples do the same or similar.

    • SoftStarLight February 19, 2019 at 1:56 am #

      Very interesting post. I have always loved fire too. It’s so powerful and destructive, yet it is so beautiful it can lull you or put you in a trance watching it dance, leap and glow. An elemental connection with the divine nature of creation and destruction maybe?

      • tucsonspur February 19, 2019 at 3:43 am #

        He makes this Lithuanian proud. The fire will be lit here tomorrow(27), and on Friday. Not like North Dakota, but a bit chilly for here.

        “She’s Fire and Ice. You’ll fear the cold and crave the burn.” JmStorm.

        • SoftStarLight February 19, 2019 at 9:43 am #

          I guess in that sense we can all be Lithuanian? I hope they are able to keep their small, safe and beautiful country. Finally getting that little ice age I warned you about ;-)? Stay warm!

          A girl can’t be whole unless she is fire and ice. It just comes naturally.

          And he said to me…”I was an endless night sky. Empty and wishing for your stars.” JmStorm.

          • Janos Skorenzy February 19, 2019 at 12:52 pm #

            The Stars look as cold as Ice, but they are Distant Fire.

        • Janos Skorenzy February 19, 2019 at 12:50 pm #

          Bravo. The last nation in Europe to become Christian – but they chose to do so instead of being conquered. Not that the Christians didn’t try either. Every year for many years they would trek thru the horrendously thick forests and mud, only to be met by the fierce pagan warriors who knew they were coming – and were better rested and knew the land better.

          I assume they began to fee isolated, surrounded by strangers. No doubt their holy men studied the new religion and found it contained some of the same great Truths as their own, albeit in a very different form. So they switched without believing they were becoming the equivalent of Satanists.

          The Sioux Holy Man, Black Elk, converted to Catholicism – without seeming to give up his earlier beliefs but also without hypocrisy. This kind of thing baffles the narrow. When asked why, He replied, I want my children to have Life.

  43. BackRowHeckler February 18, 2019 at 6:42 pm #

    This Smollett hoax is mushrooming into a big story. In most cases the MSM is able to bury these hate crime hoaxes. Not this time.


    • SoftStarLight February 19, 2019 at 1:46 am #

      This is a big industry Brh. Race hustlers like Al Sharpton depend on it for a living. There are people frantically sweeping the pile of heaping dung lies under somebodies rug tonight. They won’t be happy in the morning!

  44. finuch February 18, 2019 at 6:52 pm #

    TinySolar • you sound like SoftStarLight redux.

    Did JHK write The End of Suburia? If yes, when was it published?

    • SoftStarLight February 19, 2019 at 1:41 am #

      Please remove my name from your mouth and your holla back. Thanks!

    • K-Dog February 19, 2019 at 7:28 pm #

      There is a lot of that sort of thing going around. Amuse yourself by figuring out who is the leader of the pack.

      • K-Dog February 19, 2019 at 7:28 pm #

        A regular epidemic.

        • SoftStarLight February 21, 2019 at 5:31 pm #

          I might need your help with the investigation.

  45. JohnAZ February 18, 2019 at 7:14 pm #

    Here is a big rub about the border.

    The wall is an attempt to put in a stop against the immigrants illegally crossing the border. It needs to be 30 ft, tall, concrete to 20 ft. Underground with sonar monitoring for tunneling.

    Without violence.

    The illegal crossings will not stop with open gaps or with 10 foot steel barriers.

    They will not stop until someone is shot and killed attempting to cross illegally.

    This is an invasion trying to tear down our country and until someone has enough cojones in DC to shoot to kill the invaders they will just keep on coming. It is a tough pill to swallow but necessary.

    Hey, if the invaders were ISIS, what would we do? There is not much difference in their impact.

    If the commitment is not made to protect the border to this degree, then throw it open and start adapting to the New World Order taking over the country.

    • seawolf77 February 18, 2019 at 7:32 pm #

      Oh please give it a rest boy who cried wolf a million jillion times. Do you realize the important things we could be talking about like healthcare, MIC, drug legalization, the green economy? Don’t you see? It’s a distraction, like Bill Clinton’s impeachment. It’s not even a red herring, it’s a brown cockroach, but you people have it crawling across a white carpet with its antenna on fire laying down a line of roach turds that stink to high heaven and glow an iridescent brown. It’s a nothing burger. On a scale of 1 to 10 it’s 88th. It’s not even a pimple on my ass. But you people have made it the whole world. Shame on you. Shame on you!

      • JohnAZ February 18, 2019 at 8:02 pm #

        As usual, you are talking out Your posterior.

        The border is the number one issue in the country as it is changing this country from a self dependent group of folks into a Gimme State. Are you a gimme person, you sure sound like one. It makes this country into a land ripe for a socialist, Communist takeover, just what people like you want. Drug legalization? The green economy? Get real!

        If you have kids, do you want to teach them to be independent self reliant people or people dependent on the government for their well being.

        I want the 30 ft. Wall with underground protection as an alternative to having to shoot these invaders. Stop them from coming in the first place. Stop the incentive they are getting from neo-Liberals globally.

        Just stop them.

        • onehunglo February 18, 2019 at 11:39 pm #

          why you think great wall of china built many moon ago??

          you not think effective?

          Confucius say, “the strength of a nation derives from the integrity of the home.”

          does not you home have walls?

          that ok.

          let not you heart be troubled.

          may God be with you.


          • tucsonspur February 19, 2019 at 3:50 am #

            Onehunglo back with glow of Oriental wisdom. The comfort of peace awaits me.

            rook out berow!

          • seawolf77 February 19, 2019 at 9:13 am #

            WTF is a matter with you heart?

          • Janos Skorenzy February 19, 2019 at 12:54 pm #

            Ancient Chinese Wisdom! Now give us back our intellectual property and our industrial infrastructure.

          • malthuss February 20, 2019 at 4:21 pm #

            waycome bak, One.

      • Q. Shtik February 18, 2019 at 11:23 pm #

        Nice rant. I like a good rant. Whether I hold the same opinions or not.

      • SoftStarLight February 19, 2019 at 1:34 am #

        Seriously? You have the audacity to say shame on you to others? LOL and wow. This is fun and entertaining for sure!

        • benr February 21, 2019 at 11:47 am #

          Indeed seaslug is a turd among turds.

    • capt spaulding February 18, 2019 at 8:10 pm #

      I do agree with you, JohnAZ, just from the viewpoint of overpopulation if nothing else. Like I’ve said before, if you think it’s bad now, just wait until the conditions of global warming make their entry fully. I don’t think anyone can imagine all of the problems which will present themselves when the full onset of climate change hits, and one of the biggest will be the population shift, which will occur as various parts of the globe become uninhabitable. Mass immigrations will occur, probably along the lines of Camp of the Saints, and first world nations will be inundated with refugees. That’s when the ugliness will start, and it won’t be pretty. Near as I can see, a lot of people don’t want to think about uncomfortable scenarios like this, and it’s only human to want to ignore the unpleasantness that will follow. Humans ignore unpleasant thoughts until reality bites them in the ass. I’ve seen it happen before, & it’ll happen again. I know i’m repeating myself, but this stuff needs to be said.

      • 100th Avatar February 18, 2019 at 8:32 pm #

        Humans have evolved an incredible capacity for cognitive dissonance.

        It’s a veritable lifesaver.

        To be able to store unpleasant thoughts and truths
        in the darkest reaches of the memory hole.

        An evolutionary advantage.

        It seems to me that our sentient forbears took long walks off short tree limbs.

        They couldn’t live with knowledge.

        We can however, and it’s through an evolutionary advantage called willful ignorance.

        Some of us have gone a step further. We are inured.
        This is through practice.
        Mind over the mind.
        Those not counted amongst us, they’re the ones that will kill us all.
        They’re delusions that we must not speak of.

        • capt spaulding February 18, 2019 at 9:10 pm #

          In my case, Avatar, just the opposite was true for me. In the service I saw many examples of what could happen to me. Before a mission, rather than try to put it all out of my mind, I followed the advice in the Hagakure, written by Yamamoto Tsunetomo, who said: “Bushido is the way of dying, or, living as though you were already dead.” It solves the problem of PTSD if done properly. It also allows you to think with a clear mind, and, paradoxically helps to keep you alive. It also allows you to think without emotional encumbrances which might cause you to make a wrong decision, based on your desires. Cognitive dissonance is everywhere, and I see it screw people up all the time.

          • 100th Avatar February 18, 2019 at 9:56 pm #

            James Stockdale used Epictetus to the same effect.

          • 100th Avatar February 18, 2019 at 10:14 pm #

            You trained yourself to accept the hard truths.

            But the hardest for many is the sanctity of human life above all else.

            Even the living world that bears them.

            Nobody wants to address the root cause.

            Too many people.

            So peculiar.

          • onehunglo February 18, 2019 at 11:30 pm #

            ah, @cap’n stubing, onehunglo travel world over and recognize missing element…that is pearls of wisdom perpetually flow from you finger to keyboard….

            Confucius say, “The man who asks a question is a fool for a minute, the man who does not ask is a fool for life.”

            that ok.

            let not you heart be troubled.

            may God be with you.


          • capt spaulding February 19, 2019 at 1:34 pm #

            I thought you said you were leaving this “loser website”, and assumed that you meant for good. It’s good that you are willing to debase yourself enough to mingle with the regulars here in order to share your Confucius quotes. Does pidgin Chinese translate well in Ukraine? No matter, since your wisdom is universal.

      • seawolf77 February 18, 2019 at 8:36 pm #

        It’s the Communists, it’s the Jews, it’s the Mexicans, it’s the blues. The first step to fascism is to create an external threat. The next step in fascism is to create an internal threat. This is a recipe as old as the crucifixion. And people fall for it time and time again. Why? Because they are so sure they’re right, they’re patriotic, they’re standing on the wall. They’re not. They’re just a mob with a hard-on to hurt somebody.

        • JohnAZ February 18, 2019 at 8:46 pm #

          You are not worth addressing with any rational thought at all, so I won’t.

          • onehunglo February 18, 2019 at 11:32 pm #

            you must recognize the taking of offense rests in the bosom of the stupid ones…

            that ok.

            let not you heart be troubled.

            may God be with you.


          • malthuss February 19, 2019 at 12:06 am #

            there was a poem by Crowley? J Tate?

            It had a part that went like this–

            Just because yr paranoid doesnt mean someone isnt out to get you.

            Seapup does not get it.

        • SoftStarLight February 19, 2019 at 1:27 am #

          You mean like the fake threat Jussie Smollett pulled out of his nether regions? Or the fake threat manufactured about the Covington kids. Or the fake Alex Jones threat? Yeah right, it’s pretty clear whose manufacturing threats and promoting discord.

          • benr February 21, 2019 at 11:51 am #

            You got it the Democrats aka communists are all about threat.
            What is worse a Communist or a fascist?
            Both they are cut from the same cloth of oppression and use the same tactics while scream look look what the have done we can save you.

  46. Pucker February 18, 2019 at 8:27 pm #

    It appears that many of the white American Christians view Trump as a Deus Ex Machina Deliverer sent by God to save us, rather than just an opportunistic real estate developer, casino operator, and Reality TV Show Host? Where did this Perception originate?

    If they equate Trump with God and God’s “Plan”, then don’t the Christians give Trump basically a “Free Pass” to do whatever he wants since every time Trump reneges it becomes another Christian Circle-Jerk Test-of-Faith in their Belief In God?

    • seawolf77 February 18, 2019 at 8:37 pm #

      They do. They view him as Don the Baptist. It’s true.

      • SoftStarLight February 19, 2019 at 1:21 am #

        Of course you would be here and of course you would be saying that. No major pole shifts.

    • SoftStarLight February 19, 2019 at 1:20 am #

      It’s a false premise and a fake assertion. People were hoping that an outsider was going to overturn the corrupt political order. That’s it in a nutshell. Clearly you’re looking to make a dig here so why the fuck do frame it like a question? Just come out with it straight up.

      • SoftStarLight February 19, 2019 at 9:29 am #

        So obviously I don’t like what you wrote and it still bothers me lol. Go make fun of another group. Or are you too PC to do that? And you still didn’t say if you are English or from Alabama. I thought you said you were a bloke and Americans don’t call themselves blokes.

    • benr February 21, 2019 at 11:57 am #

      As a Christian I can say God gives you the leaders you deserve at the time they are needed.
      We got Obama to show us the reality that Socialism is no good.
      He gave us Trump to see just how corrupt American Politics have become and the lengths the media will go to cover one and attach the other.
      With that said no leader gets a free pass without media covering up their misdeeds!
      So no your post is 100% wrong and should be point squarely at Democrats who hate the Constitution and the bill of rights as well as America with a passion.
      Just listen to them they hate the founders and the framework!
      They hate the people that are not in lock step and are doing everything they can to make America look like the racists nation they so desperately crave.

  47. JohnAZ February 18, 2019 at 8:43 pm #

    I am glad you anti-Trumpers believe this anti-white bigotry you espouse.

    People who understand, really understand what is happening to this country look to Trump as someone who is going to get in the way of the Deep State globalist takeover that is happening. They are hoping he has the wherewithal to stop the takeover by the Communists.

    If he doesn’t, ???

    • Pucker February 18, 2019 at 8:58 pm #

      Where-in-Tarnation did the white Christians get the Idea that Trump is the Deliverer and part of “God’s Plan”?

      • SoftStarLight February 19, 2019 at 1:05 am #

        Ha ha – not really.

    • SoftStarLight February 19, 2019 at 1:12 am #

      He lost me on the increased legal immigration stunt and on his Syria withdrawal wishy washiness. Now I too am concerned we might be getting into another meddling conflict in Venezuela. I voted for reduced immigration and more immigration enforcement. I voted for America First which was also to include getting out of these foreign entanglements and bringing the troops home. I feel cheated John. Hillary would have been the type to get us involved in Venezuela too.

      • malthuss February 20, 2019 at 4:24 pm #

        Yes. Thanks for looking up Pauls ‘mugging in Nigeria’–In Jim Ks book he mentions Lagos, city of then 6 million.
        Maybe by now, 12 million.

    • goldpen February 19, 2019 at 9:52 am #

      Wow! The Communists? Really John from psuedo Confederate AZ? Lol….

      1953 called and it wants you to get back into the time machine. Said it’s time to come home.

      • benr February 21, 2019 at 12:01 pm #

        Should we instead use the word progressive?
        Honestly can you say they are not exactly the same thing?

    • Janos Skorenzy February 19, 2019 at 12:59 pm #

      We can only hope for the advent of Mr Kunstler’s God Haunted Lieutenant from Fallujah. One who heard the Call while in the service. A Living Dead Man who neither fears nor desires anything the Monsters can give him. One who only fears and desires the All Father and has sworn to serve Him and His people until his dying breath – and is not chary about making the Communists die for their beliefs.

  48. ozone February 18, 2019 at 8:45 pm #

    In the windup, JHK sez:

    “Whether you are a Trump cheerleader or not (I’m not), there is a reality-based chain of events behind the FBI’s actions from early 2016 on — and the actions of other official players in government — that can only be clarified now in the courts, and chances are pretty good that they will be. It concerns me because the specter of massive institutional failure in federal law enforcement and the news media bodes very darkly for this country’s future.”

    Justice has been completely politicized, as always happens when megalomaniacs seize the levers of power. It’s been creeping towards total control by these freaks of nature since the end of WW2 (brought into being by yet another freak of nature). A sweeping away of competitors helped immensely.

    Allow me to go even “bigger picture” than JHK’s immediate warning about the rule of law failing.
    Look at the blatancy of the meddling in Venezuela by the Deep State (Eliott Abrams! Are you SHITTING me?!?) in their quest to install a satrap in that state benighted by massive amounts of the ol’ Texas Tea. Um, *why now* exactly?
    In my foolish opinion, it’s to get us used to transparency in toppling duly elected governments… because “They” are assiduously working to make it happen here. This used to have at least a thin veil of legality and humanitarian justification; no more. (All bald-faced lies, I might add.)

    Sedition? By the time this shakes out, Treason will be more like it.
    What I’m finding a black comedy about this whole clusterfuck is that Trump and his Trump-humpers are falling for this “evil dictator who must be deposed” horseshit in its entirety! Pretty amazing; cheering for ones’ own disenfranchisement and the destruction of common law.

    If you are one of those guzzling the Kool-aid about Venezuela that Trump is helping to pour, you drink to your eventual obliteration. That also goes for those beating up on the powerless and helpless.

    The message is: “We do as we like, you can’t do shit about it so shut up and go back to sleep.” Turdblossom said much the same, and damn if he wasn’t correct. Things are much farther gone than most would like to think. (That includes the surrendering of supposedly “inalienable” rights at the same time; it’s all of a piece.)

    • 100th Avatar February 18, 2019 at 9:20 pm #

      I don’t disagree about the reasons for not meddling in Venezuela. It’s not a nail for the US hammer to be hitting.
      However, I know a few Venezuelans, and Maduro and his mafia are devastating that country. A mafia stealing and secreting wealth. But who rescued us from the wealth transfer that we suffer from the mafia of vulture capitalists and corporate welfare defense contractors?
      Why should the US rescue them from theirs’?

      • Target practice. The only reason Maduro is holding on to power is his military and official goon squads.

        Target practice is a real good reason! Ammo goes bad after a while. Machines that aren’t regularly operated tumble down to “Russian” levels of reliability.

        Plus Trump already made a big show of declaring the opposition leader the rightful president.

      • SoftStarLight February 19, 2019 at 12:56 am #

        Wow that is a really good point! I mean, I feel like we need to be rescued from the cartels that run DC, Wall Street and Hollywood. Maybe that is why the made up media ginned up the whole Russia collusion narrative? They projected onto Putin and the Russian government what they expect of leaders here. Constant and corrosive meddling in the political affairs of other countries.

    • They’ve got oil, starving christians, and lets face it, they’re weak.

      Time to play the Hero card

      • SoftStarLight February 19, 2019 at 12:58 am #

        And your perfect for the role:-). Captain Planet!!!!!! Ok I had my fun, I promise to be super sweet.

      • goldpen February 19, 2019 at 10:42 am #

        They’re starving because of us. As in ‘Murican guvmint. Deep State dirty tricks division if you prefer. Sanctions, purposefully crashing the price of oil, etc…

        Problem….reaction….solution. Same as it ever was….same as it ever was…..same as it ever was….ad infinitum

        Trump and his red hat tards are now the neo-cons that they despise. Even brought in ol’ Elliot Abrams, who was neo-con before being neo-con was cool.

        Anyway, Putin ain’t gonna allow “us” to fuck Venezuela up militarily. He has a base on an island right off the coast now. A base with his very modern anti-aircraft missiles that our overpriced military does not have an answer for.

        • 100th Avatar February 19, 2019 at 11:57 am #

          Seadolt, your imbecilic comments always belie your identity. New nom de guerre, same crude non sequiturs.

    • SoftStarLight February 19, 2019 at 9:26 am #

      I don’t think it is a foolish opinion Ozone. I think you are right. They want us to get used to coups and revolutions right here in the homeland so that if they need to pull one off we will just sit around and let them do it.

  49. BackRowHeckler February 18, 2019 at 9:12 pm #

    So Pete, regarding Venezuela what do you think should be done considering conditions there are pretty bad and getting worse?

    Just hands off and let them go down?

    Or try to help in some other way? (than what we are doing now, which you obviously disagree with)

    I think a few days ago the Dept of State landed 3 C47s full of medical and sanitary supplies in Columbia near the Venezuelan border, which should help some. Clearly something has to change as there is actual famine inside the country right now as well as unchecked street violence and brutal police methods employed by Cuban security agents against Venezuelan citizens. One thing the US might be concerned with is a general collapse creating a power vacuum, and Chinese elite marines and Russian Spetznatz rushing in to fill that vacuum.

    Its a complicated situation, made even more so by existing oil reserves, that’s for sure.



    • Maybe something is in the works… a Bay of Pigs type invasion?

      Venezuelans forming a stateside brigade to liberate their dullard compatriots back home.

      Yeah, right!!

      No sir, life is E-Z in the USA… they riding their Cadillacs, enjoying freedom and hamburgers. Those Venezuelans back home? A lost cause. Jesus is coming back they’re his children, his problem.


      • BackRowHeckler February 18, 2019 at 10:47 pm #

        Most Venezuelans fleeing their country have gone to Columbia, not the US.


        • 100th Avatar February 19, 2019 at 11:58 am #

          And Peru, and Uruguay, and..

      • malthuss February 19, 2019 at 12:08 am #

        gawd..that link.

    • ozone February 18, 2019 at 10:55 pm #

      “Just hands off and let them go down?”

      In a word: yes.
      It’s their mess; let them handle it. Things will go as they must. Too much repression by those trying to help the poor, or those just helping themselves and shit gets real, as always. Not twisted by outsiders imposing their will for the purpose of grift and skim. (And we know damn well that’s what the motivation is. Any other ‘excuse’ is a horrific and deadly lie.)

      I’ve been to that area; some of the richest (formerly volcanic) cropland I’ve ever seen. Beautiful fruits and veggies year ’round. If there are people starving, it’s for some very fishy (corrupt) reasons, or plain and simple over-population. They really have no need to import anything for basic survival.

      There’s nothing justifying invasion or meddling, as Trump has overtly threatened. If this trickery is successful, how should we perhaps feel if Nancy Pelosi stands up and declares herself “the legitimate President of the United States”? Same kinda deal that our Dept. of State is pushing on Maduro. There’s much bullshit that isn’t being put ‘on the table’ here. Believe that, if nothing else.

      • benr February 21, 2019 at 12:07 pm #

        Ever here the term rich like an Argentinian?
        No well Venezuela is being argentinianed as we speak.
        Just who is sucking the wealth off?

    • ozone February 18, 2019 at 11:32 pm #

      Not to get too far into the weeds here (as the only tangential factor regarding the curious case of the S. American country that would not obey is Rule of Law), but there are whispers and rumors. These rustlings, creakings, and twig-snappings refer to a real-life Troopus Americanus (and that good ol’ Coalition of the Willing-for-a-cut-of-the-proceeds) invasion of Venezuela as another (and most assuredly, LAST) excellent Viet-raq debacle/clusterfuck that will put an end to the world-straddling Collosus of American Empire.*

      In those rustlings is a consummation devoutly to be wished by those particular mousies. They say, “DO it, go ‘head; what could go wrong?” Is it a dark ploy within a dark ploy? (Your opinion/guess would probably be more accurate than mine, for sure!)

      *I guess the lesson would be: Don’t start a bound-to-fail civil war that you have no hope of ending… to the satisfaction of the corporate plunderers.

      Ps. Was that you in the Riverton portion of the W. Branch of the Farmington, looking to snag an elusive trout? (The red pickup looked familiar.)

      • BackRowHeckler February 19, 2019 at 12:22 am #

        That might have been me, Pete. My brother has a place right on River Road, and I’ve been doing some ‘magnet fishing’ in the area, pulling out reels, jack knives, tools, scraps of iron, you name it, from the river.

        Just on the nice days (above 25dF, and sunny), which are few and far between.

        Oz, I think when the president threatened armed intervention in Venezuela it was to pressure Maduro to flee to Cuba, his most likely destination. Altho, one of my nephews, an army paratooper, was suddenly sent with his unit to Louisiana about 2 weeks ago for training at Fort Polk, which we thought was a little strange because he just returned from Afghanistan not very long ago. So who knows.

        here’s looking forward to Spring. Hope you are well up in them thar hills.


      • benr February 21, 2019 at 12:17 pm #

        Or it’s an orchestrated plan to depopulate another region ala UN agenda 21 or Georgia guide stones!

  50. SoftStarLight February 19, 2019 at 12:37 am #

    I think that the future of our country looks very dark too. I am very tired of being lied to. Aren’t you? If there isn’t trust what is there? Without basic trust, the institutions that we rely on will crumble. They’re actually in the process of falling apart now. And without the facade of normalcy and the illusion of functioning institutions we are left with disparate groups of people with very little in common living under the same roof so to speak. What history has shown to be a recipe for disaster. And to boot, we have a media who enjoys stirring the pot of animosity and distrust as though they want bad things to happen so they can justify their otherwise useless occupation of airtime. So yeah, its not looking too good. But there is no reason to be completely blue! One more day without major unrest or turmoil is one more day to get ready.

    • seawolf77 February 19, 2019 at 10:36 am #

      Trust disintegrated when they shot JFK down in the street like a dog and the people believed the bullshit story the government put out. Even after Eisenhower warned them it would happen, nobody lifted a finger, and the coup de etat was complete.

      • SoftStarLight February 20, 2019 at 1:27 am #

        Ok that actually makes sense but then makes me wonder why you trust the Democrats so much now. Doesn’t it make more sense that all of the political insiders on the left and right are in on it then? And plus it means we have had only an illusion of representative government for like 50 years or so right?

        • seawolf77 February 20, 2019 at 4:02 pm #

          It was such a sham. Everyone else in the world knew it was a coup, but no one in America suspected it, except the good people of Texas who knew LBJ, knew what he was capable of, knew he could and would get away with it. I think Governor John Connally killed JFK and everyone thing we know was just show. All the rifleman were told to shoot and miss. So people heard rifle shots and bullets whizzing by. But that’s not how he died. It was a simple hit, up close and personal. Everyone there smelled gunpowder at street level, and the wind was blowing across Dealey Plaza that day, meaning it could not have come from the grassy knoll. Notice how Jackie was not perturbed about all the rifle fire, not until that last shot which came from the floor of the car, and the trigger was pulled by Big Bad John Connally. They were best friends, LBJ was best man at his wedding. Those 2 Texans changed the world.

          • malthuss February 20, 2019 at 4:30 pm #

            who knows what happened.

            did LBJ have him killed?

          • benr February 21, 2019 at 12:24 pm #

            No and no I read it was a secret service guy with a new and untrained on ar-15 and accidental discharge.

  51. Even if removal was sloppy- if there were only 11 million illegal residents, and we removed 40 million- to be honest, I’d be even happier.

    • SoftStarLight February 19, 2019 at 1:04 am #

      So who are the other 29 million if they are not illegal? I think there are probably between 30 to 40 million illegals actually but nobody knows because its racist to think about and to talk about. And they almost made it illegal to ask the citizenship question on the census!

      • Lets see

        “An estimated 13.3 million legal permanent residents (LPRs) were living in the United States on January 1, 2012 (see Table 1). An estimated 8.8 million of the total 13.3 million were eligible to naturalize.”

        This recent paper study’s model posits: “The mean estimate based on our simulation analysis is 22.1 million”


        13.3+22.1 = 35.4 million.

        So where to find an extra 4.6 million?

        Maybe retroactive denaturalization of all the Chinese anchor babies. Or perhaps certain revocations of citizenship for certain bad apples.

        A punishment for violators of US labor laws (hiring illegals)… how many?

        162,000 are serving life sentences. Do they really need citizenship? For what?

        There are quite a few ex-pats that could be downgraded to permanent ex-resident status.

        • SoftStarLight February 19, 2019 at 2:03 am #

          Ok I see where you are going and I like it. Are you running in 2020? If you drop the war stuff and run on this issue and a softer way to get to a green paradise I’ll work for you.

  52. Tate February 19, 2019 at 1:55 am #

    Do you really think that women should be in MMA? Even those who have Double D-cup breasts & are originally chromosomally women? You must be joking.

    Women have no business in MMA. If trans-women want to be in MMA, that’s fine. I knew one who was going for xer’s green belt who had some big honkers. Fair enough, but xer probably didn’t have the typical number of nerve endings in an at-birth-womyn’s breasts.

    • SoftStarLight February 19, 2019 at 2:09 am #

      Lol what? Girls messin your game up again? I wouldn’t want to break a nail but you do realize some chicks are really crazy. What are they supposed to with it? Ballet and gymnastics aren’t everything they’re cracked up to be ;-).

      • Janos Skorenzy February 19, 2019 at 1:17 pm #

        It drags our culture down. You can’t have that kind of thing and expect a return to gentility, pedestals, finery, and Balls. Either/Or. You must choose, Fraulein. Or rather, we must choose for you. A girl who craves MMA or other forbidden things will be free to leave once she comes of age. Whether she gets back in again will be a far more difficult question.

        Remember how the Russians domesticated the Russian Fox? Similarly, we want foxes to be foxy again. Consider this a breeding program.

      • Tate February 19, 2019 at 9:10 pm #

        Janos is right. I think he means dances, not testicles. Not only do I realize some chicks are crazy, I realize ALL chicks are crazy deep down, including you. That is why the 19th was such a mistake. Women do not belong in the public sphere, period. Feminism was THE Big Mistake of the modern age. Even most males on this site cannot bear to admit this. Shariah or something like it is inevitable. The woman must be dominated by the man, if not by one of her race, then by that of an alien one, which means the downfall of Western Man in the latter case. She will keep shit-testing until she finds the dominant male. It is our task to awake the sleeping masculine spirit in the Western psyche. See F. Roger Devlin.

      • SoftStarLight February 20, 2019 at 1:22 am #

        OMG I feel like an intervention is occuring :-). And the whole Balls thing either/or and the breeding program is like – WOW. For that I don’t know what to say, but that you made me speechless and unresponsive for a minute. But you know what? I appreciate this moment of sincerity and truth. Part of me wanted to get a little bit of an attitude in response and another part of me kinda liked being talked to this way. I mean you have seen how I have been talked to here before so I have to be a tiny bit masochistic to keep coming back. But I do have good ideas and beautful posts no matter how 19th amendment-worthy you think I am! And I prefer gentility and pedestals and finery and your either/or lol so I guess everything worth something requires sacrifices. That’s what happens in a relationship anyways. These posts really threw me off. I feel like I was having some fun and joking with you (but not at you) and then I crashed into a wall of testosterone lol.

        • Janos Skorenzy February 20, 2019 at 2:02 am #

          Balls as in Dances! But yes, getting back to that will take Brass Balls. Btw, I’m all for athleticism for women – including martial arts and firearms. In the East, aristocratic girls were often so trained.

          Once near Calcutta during the British Raj, drunken English sailors overcame the Temple Guard and made their way into a Hindu Temple. A devout Rani or Queen who had been praying heard them coming. Instead of running for her life or out of fear of being raped, she took a weapon off the wall and prepared to defend the inner sanctum against defilement. The authorities had been alerted and intervened before it came to that however.

          You have to understand that better society had issues even with men boxing, but understood the deep need that was there, at least in the middle and lower classes. But women doing it? Such a thing is like dog fighting, only for the far fringes, completely incompatible with our historical civilization. It can be tolerated in Men, but not in Women.

          On the American Frontier, there was a form of fighting called “gouging”. It was as horrible as it sounds. No holds barred. Utter savagery. We left all that behind but now we are going back to it, it seems. Now young women competing in say, a Karate competition, is something else again. But again, the whole ethos will be towards gentility and domesticity. Girls who really want some rough stuff will have some opportunity (ever watch girl’s lacrosse?) and of course, martial arts training. But never can they be allowed the same brutality as men display – not in polite society.

          Old London descended into chaos caused by industrialism. Crimes soared and many of the upper classes took up boxing to defend themselves and their women. Others took to carrying pistols and sword canes, etc. Some women carried small pistols in their purses and were willing to use long hat pins.

          • SoftStarLight February 20, 2019 at 9:45 am #

            I understand what you mean and I am ok with it :-). I wouldn’t want to be involved in that kind of stuff anyway. I mean I can be a little zany when I am mad as I have mentioned here before lol but at the end of the day actual real rough stuff can scare me. I would end up being like that French policewoman who started crying because of the Yellow Vests. Did you hear about that? But I will carry a little pistol with me and some pepper spray. Oh and I also would like to have a taser. I mean I keep pepper spray and a taser in my purse when I have to go into town and stuff because there are maniacs everywhere now in our society.

          • malthuss February 20, 2019 at 4:34 pm #

            In Hawaii the Filipinos [little more than indentured servants, as of 80 years ago] would gamble on Cock fighting.

            Blacks and Mexicans prefer pit bull fighting, which is also
            in Russia.

            gambling over animal fights.Kali Yuga, indeed.

        • GreenAlba February 20, 2019 at 8:41 am #


          Beware the wall of testosterone, SSL. They won’t even clean it themselves.

          And beware of men who tell you they want love when what they want is your dependency to compensate for their inadequacy.

          • GreenAlba February 20, 2019 at 8:42 am #

            #notallmen Obviously.

          • SoftStarLight February 20, 2019 at 9:58 am #

            But at least they are being honest. Which is more than I can say for others I have run into. And actually it seems like they care more. I mean, the men who are supposed to be bad are nice to me at the end of the day. So it’s difficult for me to resolve what is supposed to be a contradiction. Like, I have more respect for you when you point out the bad things in me because it makes me want to work on myself. If I can just run over you then I won’t respect you. I don’t know if any of that makes sense but that’s how I feel right now.

          • GreenAlba February 20, 2019 at 10:19 am #

            “If I can just run over you then I won’t respect you.”

            Why would you run over someone in the first place?

            Mutual respect is where it’s at. If you’re talking about relationships. Maybe you’re talking about something else.

            And those men that are supposed to be bad but are nice to you might only be nice if you toe the line. Their line. That’s not nice.

            “Like, I have more respect for you when you point out the bad things in me because it makes me want to work on myself.”

            Entirely fine if it’s entirely mutual. Mutual self-improvement? No problem. That’s not what these guys are touting. They’re touting you-improvement – improvement to suit them.

            I once accidentally chanced upon a Reddit conversation between disgusting men discussing how to keep their ‘bitches’ in line. One went into great detail about his system. His er…girlfriend did something he didn’t like. So she had to be punished to learn her place. She got moved down to level one of the four levels he defined in his relationships. She might, by grovelling and all sorts I don’t want to imagine, move back to level two. Or possibly even level three, if he hadn’t replaced her by that time. But never level four. She’d seen level four for the very last time just by displeasing him.

            Now I have difficulty imaging scrote-bags like this, but the twatosphere assures me they exist. And makes me very glad I’m independent enough (including financially) to never have to suffer subhumans like that who dole out niceness like I give my dog ‘juicybones’.

          • GreenAlba February 20, 2019 at 10:21 am #

            *imagining* Who’d want to ‘image’ them?!

          • Janos Skorenzy February 20, 2019 at 12:48 pm #

            Freud was right: control of human sexuality is the bedrock of Civilization. And the Feminists are right: Control of feminine sexuality is the basis of civilization.

            Is a normal man – a man worth having – going to support a child which he doesn’t know is his? As if HE has no desire to reproduce and a child is a child is a child? As if women wouldn’t care if they were given the wrong baby from the nursery? Ridiculous? Of course, but I’ve heard Feminists talk this way about men, blaming them for wanting THEIR OWN.

            Thus Freud and the Feminists are on the same page. Sexuality must be channeled – and female sexuality is more important to channel for the reason I give above. It’s good you learn this stuff, Alba. Better late than never, eh?

          • GreenAlba February 20, 2019 at 1:44 pm #

            Janos, my kids are grown up and responsible members of their respective communities. ‘Better late than never’ is somewhat inappropriate. They are also honest, because that’s the way they were brought up.

            I can’t answer for dishonest people – male or female – I have no time for them and they make their own problems.

            And I don’t have to answer for feminists of any silly variety. I don’t call myself any kind of -ist but I know what I’ll put up with and what I won’t put up with.

            And I know of men who’ve supported children they knew weren’t theirs from the start, if they’ve married a widow, for example. They treat them as they’re own, on the whole, if the child is young enough and the man is man enough.

            I had a husband who didn’t love one of his very own because she was the wrong sex, so don’t waste your breath.

          • GreenAlba February 20, 2019 at 1:45 pm #

            *their own*

          • Janos Skorenzy February 21, 2019 at 1:17 pm #

            I’m not against adoption: there is the desire to love and raise a child. And if you can’t have your own, then do so for someone else’s. I would only ask people not to betray their own race and culture by adopting outside their race.

          • SoftStarLight February 21, 2019 at 5:28 pm #

            Sometimes your post just break me into pieces and put me back together again. It’s like you think about things really deeply and understand them and you speak to the heart and cut right through everything else and it feels indescribable.

          • GreenAlba February 22, 2019 at 9:18 am #

            “I’m not against adoption: there is the desire to love and raise a child. And if you can’t have your own, then do so for someone else’s. I would only ask people not to betray their own race and culture by adopting outside their race.”

            I don’t suppose it has occurred to you for one teensy weensy minute that who people adopt is absolutely none of your business.

    • malthuss February 21, 2019 at 12:11 am #

      Chyna died at her own hands.

  53. BackRowHeckler February 19, 2019 at 2:16 am #

    Here’s a bit of news that may interest CFNers, ‘specially ones worried about racism and ‘Islamophobia’ (another phony word)

    from the FT of London, Gedeon Ratchman’ s column …

    ‘A most startling recent development has been China’s decision to imprison more than 1 million Uighur Muslims in the Northwest province of Xingiang in mass internment camps, in an effort to re educate them …’

    Well now, where is Antifa when you really need them, taking to the streets hectoring everybody they see about racism and fascism?


    • SoftStarLight February 19, 2019 at 9:24 am #

      Well that is a fine little point you bring up but I see you haven’t accepted your re-education just yet ;-). See brh, only Whites are racist. The Chinese are therefore NOT racist even though they are literally imprisoning an entire population. Something the world has not seen before on this magnitude from what I understand. But it would ONLY be a bad thing if the Chinese were White. Otherwise, it is just their business and no one has one word to say about it. Meanwhile you just need to mind your business and remember that you can’t have a country, a border, a wall, safety, security or liberty because your White Male patriarchy is literally killing the world.

    • malthuss February 19, 2019 at 10:04 am #

      educate= castrate them?

    • malthuss February 20, 2019 at 4:36 pm #


      ‘IS USA ISLAMOPHOBIC?’ check it out.

  54. tucsonspur February 19, 2019 at 3:21 am #

    “Just stop them” is the way to go John. An armed presence on the border with shoot to kill orders, after say 30 days of saturating Mexico with warnings.

    Strict protocols will be followed. Subsequently, no one will be spared. No one.

    Vehicles with machine guns. Helicopter flyovers, with attack Apaches spitting fire and fury, turning those cholos into chorizo.

    Then put out some possibilities of what might happen to illegals already here. Exit corridors could be determined. Nothing but assholes and elbows moving South.

    After a dozen or two entering illegally are shot dead, with wide publicity, border security would return as sure as the sun will rise.

    But there is no will, no strength. We are barren of resolve, filled with only the diarrhea of diversity, dysfunctional Democracy and a dung hill of depraved political devils.

    God, it could be so easy.

    • SoftStarLight February 19, 2019 at 9:19 am #

      I wish you would take over everything and show these SOBs how to do it :-)!!! Tucsonspur for President!!!!!!!

    • JohnAZ February 19, 2019 at 9:57 am #

      I am sick of these stinking liberals fighting the immigration crackdown when they do not have a clue what they are talking about.

      Call it a superwall. 30 ft. High with broken glass at the top, or razor wire, with a concrete foundation twenty feet into the ground and sonar sounding looking for tunneling. A second smaller fence fifty feet behind the primary wall with a patrol road between to stop throwing drugs over the wall. Motorized surveillance every fifteen minutes with real time visual surveillance 100%.

      Ports of entry will be the only access points. Their security will need to be tightened up with inspection done on every entry that history shows is used to bring in drugs. If with vegetables. Every shipment of vegetables to be inspected. And so forth.

      Expensive? Yep!

      But less expensive than letting all the drugs, etc. and welfare cases into the country.

      And definitely less expensive than letting the globalists drain this country’s capital base.

      The object of the superwall is to avoid the bloodshed of enforcing the border by force of arms. One Kent State incident at the border would stop a lot of the illicit crossing, a policy of shoot to kill would stop it especially with warnings to the potential immigrants. All the incentives given to them would not stack up against an impenetrable border, one way or the other.

      It is just a matter of time until the US will have to defend the border as the resources of the country are drained off. I would prefer the potential immigrants and drug mules faced a real superwall than machine guns and Apache gunships.

      • messianicdruid February 19, 2019 at 10:27 am #

        The only way is to take the profit out of drugs. Lower demand or increase supply. It’s expensive because it is illegal. Simple.

        • seawolf77 February 19, 2019 at 10:55 am #

          Exactly. Talk about a racket, it’s the racket of rackets. If I have to hear these bleeding heart conservatives cry over the poor children, all the people dying because of drugs. Grow the fuck up. Legalize it and let people be adults and take care of their own children.

        • 100th Avatar February 19, 2019 at 12:04 pm #

          Corner the market.
          That’s how American capitalism works.

          It has already begun.
          Venture capital for marijuana farms and distributors isn’t coming from hippie co-ops.

          Legalization only means that the same players have a new adult substance beyond booze, scripts, and tobacco to peddle to the public.

        • Janos Skorenzy February 19, 2019 at 1:22 pm #

          China had many opium addicts, then none. They got one chance to go straight. If they blew it, they disappeared. Thus do they rise, on hobbed nailed boots while we descend in silken slippers imported from China.

          • BackRowHeckler February 19, 2019 at 7:48 pm #

            Duarte is trying the same thing in the Philippines, but he’s getting some pushback from the butt pounders on the UN Commission on Human Rights.


          • GreenAlba February 20, 2019 at 8:17 am #


            Duterte would have your son shot down on the street if he just took drugs after falling for Oxycontin, no pushing (he’d probably leave the genteel Sackler family alone).

            “‘If you know of any addicts, go ahead and kill them yourself’”

            (Duterte’s inauguration speech).

            If you didn’t like your son being shot and claimed human rights, people might call you a butt pounder. But we’re in the realm of hypothesis here. I trust you’ve been lucky as regards your kids. Me too. Sans hashtag.


            Maybe Duterte’s just a psychopath. Like in the Westerns where someone killed yer pa’ so you could go on a shooting spree and tell yourself it wasn’t just because you liked shooting sprees.

            Seems all you have to do in the Phillippines to get shot by police is to be poor. Mistaken identity? No problem. Neighbour doesn’t like you? No problem. Vigilantes are paid by the kill.


            Still, things seem to be moving on the Sackler front, so small mercies and all that…


            Fingers crossed. Justice may not be a property of the universe, but maybe it’ll find a temporary space in Massachusetts.

            Or perhaps you should just invite Duterte over to deal with them.

          • GreenAlba February 20, 2019 at 8:28 am #

            Seriously, brh, what about that? Should the Sacklers – all of them, since individual justice involves hard work and public expense – just be dragged into a back alley by paid angels of vengeance and dealt with? Where’s Charles Bronson when you need him?

            If not, why not? And if it’s not OK for the Sacklers why is it OK for some poor sod in the Phillippines who never got to go to secondary school?

      • daveed February 19, 2019 at 10:59 am #

        JohnAZ, have you and Tucson Spur been having Jr. Genius Club meetings over coffee at Jack In The Box again? When you should have been at your Anger Management classes?

        • tucsonspur February 19, 2019 at 5:55 pm #

          It’s not so much anger as it is common sense and love of country. But righteous anger is often a good thing, and yes, more effective when properly managed. Don’t be afraid of it.

          • JohnAZ February 19, 2019 at 6:30 pm #

            Ditto! It is okay for the Libs to have protests, smear the president, scream at Supreme Court nominees, fake assaults but let a conservative vent at the BS that is happening and the world comes to an end.

            Pardon me if I ignore your comment, Daveed.

    • seawolf77 February 19, 2019 at 10:18 am #

      Yes it would be Colonel Kurtz.

  55. BackRowHeckler February 19, 2019 at 3:59 am #

    The way the crown ended piracy in the 1720s is hang pirates and leave them hanging sometimes for years at port entries where they could be seen by incoming and out going ships — in London, Boston, Newport (mass hanging of 27 pirates in 1725) New Providence, Kingston … prospective pirates got the message real quick that turning pirate was not a good career move with a long term future.

    Some way we have to convince aliens crashing into the US, murdering American citizens, climbing on the welfare gravy train, and pretending you belong here, well, it’ll have consequences.


    • SoftStarLight February 19, 2019 at 9:16 am #

      That will hurt peoples’ feelings Brh. We can’t have that no matter what else happens. Feelings are far more important than facts. Plus it is sexist. You know hanging people. Because they hang. It is toxic masculinity!

    • seawolf77 February 19, 2019 at 11:22 am #

      It’s called gibbeting.

      • Janos Skorenzy February 19, 2019 at 1:35 pm #

        Yes, we must bring back public execution. If it’s done in semi-private, its invaluable lesson is wasted. So therefore, hang ’em high and let ’em swing in wind.

        There is nothing cruel or unusual about it. Not doing it is cruel and unusual if it can deter other would be criminals. As for the convict, give him time to repent, etc beforehand. The trapdoor method is very quick and humane in terms of his suffering. Far, far more so than the Chair or Injection, despite or techno obsession and feminine fixation on “medicine” even as we’re putting someone to death. And there is a minimum of gore, so the horror addicts and sadists won’t get off on it to much. Of course they will enjoy the decay process of the hanging corpse, but what can you do? There is also a great lesson in that for many. Life is fragile and brief. Our kids are so sheltered that they do things like throwing concrete blocks of overpasses for kicks – and then are amazed that it wasn’t a video game and they just caused carnage.

        • BackRowHeckler February 19, 2019 at 5:44 pm #

          ‘Hang ’em high’, good slogan, and an excellent place to start. In Boston and in Newport, RI, Cotton Mather would show up before or after the executions and say a few words, so any guilt the townspeople or executioners might have felt was expunged.


        • seawolf77 February 19, 2019 at 7:46 pm #

          I agree. We should take a show like “Soul Train,” and in a split screen, while everybody’s grooving to Marvin Gaye “What’s going on,” you could have an execution going on in the split screen. One week the electric chair, the next lethal injection, the next hanging (yawn), the next drawn and quartered. Get the message to the right people. Afterwards, the latest hit from Trump, “Space Force,” starring Donald Trump as Admiral Quirk, Stephen Miller as Speck, Katelyn Conway as Uhura-rah-rah, and Mick Mulvaney reprising his role as the Boner.

          • Janos Skorenzy February 19, 2019 at 7:51 pm #

            Very creative. You’re an idea man. We could use you once we take back Hollywood and start anew. Walt Disney warned us about them but we didn’t listen. More fool us. But we won’t make that mistake again.

            You’ll have to be discrete about your vices though. And we’ll have zero tolerance for some things.

          • GreenAlba February 20, 2019 at 11:57 am #

            “And we’ll have zero tolerance for some things.”

            Like spelling? Discreet. Discrete. Two different things.

            Sorry, just had my mind momentarily possessed by Q.

            I suppose ‘discrete’ vices would be better than some kind of vice co-morbidity. Although I suppose, in truth, that there are many vices that congregate with other vices. And breed.

        • Tate February 20, 2019 at 12:50 am #

          I like the line of thinking on this thread. Who says execution doesn’t have any deterrence value? If that’s true, why is it that so many on death row file endless appeals to put off the day of reckoning?

          • SoftStarLight February 20, 2019 at 10:05 am #

            As long as they are just decisions it seems like it is better for society altogether. I mean taxpayers have to fund the death row inmates until their day of justice no matter what horrible things they have done. That doesn’t seem fair. If you have done something to deserve capital punishment then there shouldn’t be a long waiting period for justice. It should be swift and just get it over with. And with other people in jail on lesser charges society should do more to reform these people and get them out of the prisons quicker. There should be no such thing as private (for profit) prisons.

          • GreenAlba February 20, 2019 at 11:04 am #

            “As long as they are just decisions…”

            But they’re not always. It was after a man was wrongfully hanged in the UK after someone else murdered his wife that the death penalty was abolished.

            And there have been a number of high-profile miscarriages of justice in the UK, including the ‘Birmingham Six’ and the ‘Guildford Four’ where the public and the media were gagging to see someone – anyone – punished for IRA atrocities. And the Metropolitan Police (joking referred to at the time as ‘sponsored by Tippex’) were happy to oblige. Who needs justice when you can have hot ‘vengeance’? Those men spent years in jail before being cleared but at least they were there to be freed.

            “Who says execution doesn’t have any deterrence value? If that’s true, why is it that so many on death row file endless appeals to put off the day of reckoning?”

            If that’s true, why is anyone on death row in the first place?


          • GreenAlba February 20, 2019 at 11:07 am #

            And the wrongfully hanged man was just one that we know about, because the serial murderer who killed his wife and baby daughter, after killing several other women in the same house, was eventually discovered.


          • GreenAlba February 20, 2019 at 11:35 am #

            But I didn’t fix it for you.

            Should have been ‘if that isn’t true, why are there so many on death row in the first place?

            TFTFY now…

          • Tate February 20, 2019 at 1:21 pm #

            Change exists on the margins. Of course, it probably won’t deter the majority of those who end up on death row. Not only are they violent, but they’re stupid; that’s why they’re on death row.

            It will deter others however, who are capable of greater foresight & self-control.

            It’s been hypothesized by researchers that swift execution in Britain for capital crimes gradually eliminated most of the stupid violent people over several hundred years & that’s why the incidence of violent crime diminished steadily over that period. Notwithstanding that all such historical or social research is suspect, the hypothesis is a reasonable one. People used to understand this. Where did the common sense go?

          • Tate February 20, 2019 at 1:22 pm #


          • GreenAlba February 20, 2019 at 2:00 pm #

            I’m a believer in common sense, Tate, where common sense is appropriate.

            I don’t follow it without thinking, e.g. where ‘research’ seems ‘reasonable’ without any actual evidence of its reasonableness.

            Lots of things have been hypothesised. In ‘Freak Economics’ the authors hypothesised that the observable reduction in crime in the US was likely due to the liberalisation of abortion laws, i.e. fewer children were born into poor, drug-addled or otherwise less favourable households, ergo, less future crime.

            I couldn’t say – the evidence that it was a major cause would be pretty impossible to find, but the authors thought their hypothesis seemed reasonable too.

          • GreenAlba February 20, 2019 at 2:05 pm #


            “A 2009 survey of the most leading criminologists in the country from found that the overwhelming majority did not believe that the death penalty is a proven deterrent to homicide. Eighty-eight percent of the country’s top criminologists do not believe the death penalty acts as a deterrent to homicide, according to a new study published in the Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology and authored by Professor Michael Radelet, Chair of the Department of Sociology at the University of Colorado-Boulder, and Traci Lacock, also at Boulder.

            “Similarly, 87% of the expert criminologists believe that abolition of the death penalty would not have any significant effect on murder rates. In addition, 75% of the respondents agree that “debates about the death penalty distract Congress and state legislatures from focusing on real solutions to crime problems.”

            “The survey relied on questionnaires completed by the most pre-eminent criminologists in the country, including Fellows in the American Society of Criminology; winners of the American Society of Criminology’s prestigious Southerland Award; and recent presidents of the American Society of Criminology. Respondents were not asked for their personal opinion about the death penalty, but instead to answer on the basis of their understandings of the empirical research.

          • GreenAlba February 20, 2019 at 2:11 pm #

            The extraneous ‘from’ in the first line is an error from the source.

          • Q. Shtik February 20, 2019 at 4:20 pm #

            Eighty-eight percent of the country’s top criminologists do not believe the death penalty acts as a deterrent to homicide, – GreenAlba


            Who says execution doesn’t have any deterrence value? – Tate


            Answer me this: Of all the murderers who have ever been executed since the beginning of time why is it that not one has ever come back to murder again once they had been executed.

            It is quite obvious that execution deters future murders.

            P.S. Janos and elysian, Note that you can both italicize and bold the same words.

          • GreenAlba February 20, 2019 at 6:07 pm #

            They were never going to get out of jail anyway, Q. But nice try at disingenuous argument. You should have tried it on the expert criminologists – I’m sure they would have been impressed and thought ‘oh my, why didn’t we think of that?’

          • elysianfield February 20, 2019 at 6:32 pm #

            P.S. Janos and elysian, Note that you can both italicize and bold the same words.

            Apparently we have the right to italicize, but not to embolden…a prerogative jealously embraced by our Host.

          • Tate February 20, 2019 at 7:04 pm #

            You really like to fall back on expert opinion, don’t you? It’s laughable how often that shuts off debate amongst the uncritical.

            Your high percentages of “experts” in these spurious disciplines are not really persuasive to me. People should learn to place a healthy dose of skepticism in the studies of sociologists & criminologists. And they are biased against the death penalty despite their protestations to the contrary.

            This is one of the great evils of our times — the Gnostic fallacy — that through the mediation of so-called experts our society will reach perfection here on Earth. Nothing could be further from the truth. There do exist real experts in the world. But in those areas of study, unless opinion is carefully hedged, it should all be taken with a large grain of salt.

            I don’t believe them merely because they are “experts” any more than I believe those researchers who claim that crime was reduced because all the violent criminals were winnowed out over time. (It’s a provocative hypothesis all the same.)

            Notice, though, that the study I mentioned was not claiming anything about the deterrence value upon other would-be criminals. It has more to do with Q’s observation that a deceased cutthroat cannot continue cutting throats. I failed to notice that so it was actually a non-sequitur on my part. My bad.

            Bottom line, you can believe whatever counter-intuitive thing you want on the subject. It won’t keep me from believing that execution would have a strong deterrent value.

          • Tate February 20, 2019 at 7:15 pm #

            “Lots of things have been hypothesised. In ‘Freak Economics’ the authors hypothesised that the observable reduction in crime in the US was likely due to the liberalisation of abortion laws, i.e. fewer children were born into poor, drug-addled or otherwise less favourable households, ergo, less future crime.”

            I’ve read that also in that same book. Let’s be honest here, though. Poverty & drug-addiction don’t cause crime. Criminals are born into families of low IQ, low impulse-control parents who are members of dysfunctional subcultures.

          • Janos Skorenzy February 20, 2019 at 7:47 pm #

            Italicize and bolden the same word at the same time? I’m from Missoula – you have to show me.

          • Tate February 21, 2019 at 1:19 am #

            Change the letters inside the brackets to lower-case

            and this is what you get.

          • Tate February 21, 2019 at 1:32 am #

            Okay, well I didn’t realize it was even possible to use upper case. Let me try again.

            {i} {b} Change the brackets here from { } to {b} {i}

            and this is what you get.

            You may reverse the letters on the front & back tags… {b} {i}… {/i} {/b}, i.e., that you have nested pairs. (Not sure if what happens if you don’t nest.) I don’t know much more than you.

          • Tate February 21, 2019 at 1:37 am #

            Okay, I messed up again.

            On the line above that reads,

            “{i} {b} Change the brackets here from { } to {b} {i}”

            insert a pair of the pointy brackets after the “to.”

          • Tate February 21, 2019 at 1:39 am #

            You’re probably thoroughly confused by this point.

          • Tate February 21, 2019 at 1:44 am #

            Go to that website recommended by GA. You can practice your skilz there.

          • GreenAlba February 21, 2019 at 5:13 am #

            Well, Tate, that was a lot of words to say ‘I’ll stick with what I want to believe’ but never mind. The alternative, that you meant they wouldn’t kill again, is so facile it’s hardly worth mentioning – and not what people generally mean by ‘deterrent’ unless they define it as such, in facetious mode.

            And of course you wouldn’t believe people who know what they’re talking about and have determined their view on the basis of empirical evidence rather than their own prejudices. Nothing new under the sun…

          • GreenAlba February 21, 2019 at 6:04 am #


            “Apparently we have the right to italicize, but not to embolden…”

            Ah… I am clearly not the only person who didn’t know that.

            Far be it from me to wish to embolden the already bold on this site!

          • Tate February 21, 2019 at 1:17 pm #

            “I’m a believer in common sense, Tate, where common sense seems appropriate.”

            But naturally common sense can’t be appropriate here, where you have the opinions of so many “experts” to use instead, LOL.

            Common sense couldn’t possibly explain fear of death as a deterrent value in preventing violent crime. Nope, never under any circumstances. Whew!

          • GreenAlba February 21, 2019 at 6:07 pm #

            Tate, I’m sorry, but it doesn’t matter how many times you say what you want to believe, it doesn’t trump the empirical evidence. Not what the experts ‘believe’, the empirical evidence.

          • Janos Skorenzy February 21, 2019 at 6:51 pm #

            Thanks Tate. I can see it now. Thanks Alba for the site.

          • Tate February 21, 2019 at 6:57 pm #

            What empirical evidence? You cited a survey.

          • GreenAlba February 22, 2019 at 9:38 am #

            The empirical evidence on which the experts gave their judgement. They didn’t give their judgement on the basis of their opinions, which is what you are doing.

            So they might absolutely love the idea of frying someone but they’d still have to bend to the evidence showing that the prior awareness of the death penalty doesn’t stop people killing. Because when people kill they have other things on their mind. And they don’t expect to be caught.

            And given how many countries don’t have the death penalty, there is scope for comparison. And within countries there’s evidence from before and after the death penalty was abolished – or revived. That’s what evidence means.

  56. SunnyJohn45 February 19, 2019 at 5:10 am #

    With all the shit going on with threats of war from dangerous unelected clowns like Bolton, Mattis and Pompeo and their obscene influence on the Ignoramus in Chief, why keep flaying this horse? These DOJ/Clinton posts and comments have gotten beyond repetitive and tedious, changing words and syntax to sound clever notwithstanding.

    • SoftStarLight February 19, 2019 at 9:12 am #

      So basically you are saying that since we have warmongers in the President’s ears it isn’t worth discussing the FBI and DOJ attempting to pull off a soft coup. Did I get that right? Why can’t we discuss both? And why is it tedious? What do you want to talk about and why didn’t you talk about it here? Talk about a missed opportunity!

  57. JohnAZ February 19, 2019 at 9:35 am #


    I am about 2/3 of the way through the book I wrote you about and the master plan that is being executed by the global powers is becoming very apparent to me. The solution to the takeover is simple and you will have to take my word for it until you invest time into reading the book.

    The solution that will collapse the financial takeover?

    Secure the border, period. Stop the illicit trades. Those trades are keeping the global financial system afloat.

    In the Shadows of a Presidency by Daniel Estulin

    Assuming that this author is accurate with his reporting, Trump’s overall plan becomes clear. It is to shutdown the power and financial wherewithal of the globalists and as he says, Make America First.

    • SoftStarLight February 19, 2019 at 9:52 am #

      Thank you for re-posting the title because I still need to order it! I do want to believe. I want to believe that someone wants to do something good for America and Americans. Not serving another agenda. I am in a love/hate relationship with Trump right now but sifting through the disinformation is almost impossible. So it’s hard to know what to believe and in that way they, the globalists the elite whatever, they have us right where they need us to be. Wouldn’t it be amazing if he came right out on national television and told us exactly what is happening and cut through the BS? I don’t want to hear political gobbledy-gook anymore.

      • JohnAZ February 19, 2019 at 10:09 am #

        Trump’s problem is making an impact on a situation where he is a sneeze in a hurricane.

        He spends most of his time trying to outwit the PTB that are actually running things.

        The book will be an epiphany when you realize the extent of the Elite globalists and their breach into the US. Also, how close we are to American autonomy collapse. And the why of the situation.

        Here is a hint. The main source of the globalist financial movement is collusion between get this, American and British interests. Many other familiar names, Soros, Rockefeller, Mellon, Rothschild come forth also.

        • FincaInTheMountains February 19, 2019 at 12:09 pm #

          Does it mention Venetians? No? What a shame.

          Does it say that British burned the Library of Congress and along with it some important historical documents, so US is still a British Colony?

          Conspiracy theorists paradize.
          How the Dead Souls of Venice Corrupted Science



          What a moron!

          • K-Dog February 19, 2019 at 12:39 pm #

            seawolf77 February 18, 2019 at 1:39 pm #

            U 2s have something in common. La Serenissima, Pulp Fiction style.

            Only thing Antoine ever touched of mine was my hand when he shook it … at my wedding. … Truth is, nobody knows why Marsellus threw Tony out of that fourth-story window except Marsellus and Tony. When you little scamps get together, you’re worse than a sewing circle.

            Before the DC swamp in ancient times there were the swamps of Ravenna, later came Venice. Now there is our swamp and it’s water you guys drink. A green slimy potty water Kool-Aid.

        • FincaInTheMountains February 19, 2019 at 12:23 pm #

          In GRU we call it To throw a shadow on a dead hedge

        • Janos Skorenzy February 19, 2019 at 1:40 pm #

          He obviously misses the Tribal aspect or you do. They took over Britain a long time ago.

  58. messianicdruid February 19, 2019 at 10:12 am #

    The jokers on entrainment news this am have a new victim. Two attackers almost kept a donut maker from his business. They had to replace Smullett who it appears hired his own attackers to get some press. Nigerian MAGA hat types. Real shady. What a crock.

  59. Ishabaka February 19, 2019 at 12:33 pm #

    Facts do not refute Trump derangement syndrome, which seems to be a type of religious fanaticism. Just as carbon dating of fossils is easily explained away by “The Bible is Literal Truth” Christian fanatics, who believe God created the heavens and earth in seven days, the deep state machinations, and; indeed, the Jussie Smollett hoax are easily explained away by the Progressive fanatics who believe the President is literally Hitler.

    • FincaInTheMountains February 19, 2019 at 12:35 pm #

      I guess you’re smarter than Einstein, who, like Newton before him, was a deep believer.

      • BackRowHeckler February 19, 2019 at 1:03 pm #

        Finca what did the Battle of Towton in the Wars of the Roses sound like, aside from the occassional blast of a hand cannon? The roar of 100,000 voices like at an Ohio State football game? The clink of metal striking metal? Thump of arrows penetrating sheets of steel armor then penetrating flesh fired from 150 yards away? The groans of 25000 Englishmen dying in 3 hours. Conservation between soldiers of both armies, who knew one another and were most likely related by blood. It must have been singular hand to hand combat when the formations collided in those snowy fields. Totally unlike the noisy impersonal battlefield of modern times.


  60. Janos Skorenzy February 19, 2019 at 2:24 pm #

    Big tactical mistake by the Loonytoon Left and their moronic minority allies. You don’t get in between women and their skin care products.


    • SoftStarLight February 20, 2019 at 1:58 am #

      I love how that one pc nutjob says essentially that White women love their skin care with a little casual Blackface. And she is White no less!!!!! I am thinking some people need a life at this point and another crusade. Go rescue some strays or plant a tree. That would look so much better than bitching about face masks on twitter! Green clay masks have always worked best for me anyway.

      • Janos Skorenzy February 20, 2019 at 2:07 am #

        The Urantia Book says there was once a Green Race. Thus you honor their memory.

        • SoftStarLight February 20, 2019 at 10:06 am #

          Yes, and it is honoring them and not being racist against those of green pigment :-).

          • Janos Skorenzy February 20, 2019 at 12:51 pm #

            Maybe we’ll get to meet some of them in Middle Earth. Maybe the survivors fled there. Ditto for the Orange Men.

        • Tate February 21, 2019 at 1:20 pm #

          I wonder if they really did exist, like the tree sloth. It’s greenish because it’s too slow to outrun the algae buildup. Maybe that’s what happened to the green men.

  61. FincaInTheMountains February 19, 2019 at 2:28 pm #

    Gorbachev, Venezuela, World Colored Projects – Ideas are Flying in the Air

    I began to develop the theory of the world projects as a result of a meeting with Ioan Petru Culianu, but one of the motivations was the desire, despite everything, to do science, and not just science, but Russian science, which was created by Peter the First and Euler as a part of the Red World Project. It is hard now to explain why Euler was red, but in order to realize this fact as a fact, and not as a historical process, it is enough to look at the main protégé of Euler and the successor of his cause – a man who, in the words of Pushkin, was the first Russian university.


    Unfortunately, at the moment when I started to get it, this brainchild of Peter the Great was bitten by HSE (Higher School of Economics), and with what the Whites are trying to recreate in Nizhny Novgorod, I have no contacts. And when I say Red and White, I do not mean the civil war in Russia, I mean the Red and White roses in the 15th century crypto-religious war in England, to which Marx and Lenin joined in the British Library.

    The Red Welsh Dragon spawned by Pierre Abelard and Arnold of Brescia, whose works explain the Communist Manifesto and Marx Capital, and not vice versa, as was the case 30 years ago. The way of understanding the world around us, which is given to us in sensations that are not too pleasant, changes as soon as the Maya of materialism begins to subside and religious consciousness moves to the fore.


    And in this regard, I cannot fail to notice that white academics in Nizhny Novgorod, trying to recreate the Academy of Sciences, absolutely do not understand that for historical reasons, science in Russia can only be Red, and White science will inevitably speak English simply because that Black speaks German.

    And history is important, and in my opinion it is Clio who is the mother of all sciences.


    For example, it is impossible to understand what is happening now in Venezuela, not knowing that 40 miles from Caracas is a German colony founded by refugees from Baden, who in 1848 became the center of the revolutionary movement ruthlessly suppressed by Prussia and the Russian Empire, which paid for its participation in this suppression by defeat in the Crimea, and the Margrave of Baden was founded in the 12th century as a stronghold of those who later became Red and White against the Black world project, which was already raging in Europe.

    And all this has a direct bearing on this interview with Andrei Fursov, which I strongly recommend to compare with this post, if you want to understand what I am going to write in the next.

    Andrei Fursov: Who recruited Gorbachev in his childhood.

    • BackRowHeckler February 19, 2019 at 3:51 pm #

      Germans were in South America in the 16th century with the Pizarro brothers.


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  62. seawolf77 February 19, 2019 at 2:57 pm #

    Hillary Clinton
    The real national emergencies:

    – Relentless gun violence.
    – Children separated from their families at the border.
    – Climate change.
    – Americans dying for lack of health care.

    • malthuss February 19, 2019 at 3:35 pm #

      Gun violence = black males, mostly they are the killers.

      – Children separated from their families at the border.–good.

      – Climate change. is a scam. wake up. its 40 degrees at night in California and snowing in hawaii.

      —fixed that for ya.

      • JohnAZ February 19, 2019 at 6:51 pm #

        Add on

        Gun violence black males and crazy people that happen to get guns In spite of gun control laws, like the Aurora shooting. Guns laws do nothing to prevent violence. They do however take away guns from the folks that will prevent a coup d’etat in this country.

        Most of the children(separated from their families) were actually separated from the coyotes that smuggled them across the border. If it wasn’t for the goodness of the border folks, these kids would be homeless.

        And snowing in Las Vegas. The climate IS changing, for whatever reason and the puny Paris type political takeover ploys will not change one thing. Put money into adaptation and people movement.

        Healthcare. ACA is failing, Medicare for all will break the bank, costs are too high because there is no real competition, the DC crowd cannot come up with a solution, maybe there is no solution. Americans dying, fat chance, the ER Is open for everyone, look up Emtala.

        Seawolf, your priorities are wrong. The border is what is destroying the financial integrity of the country, just like the globalists planned it would. As long as folks like you are sucked into their schemes, they have the advantage.

        • seawolf77 February 19, 2019 at 7:29 pm #

          A lot of good those guns did you when LBJ killed JFK and overthrew the government. Ditto 9/11. You have this inflated sense of your self that has no basis in reality. You are not a knight. Your guns will not stop a tank or even a SWAT team. You say most of the children when you have no idea. None. You have no statistics and if presented with statistics that ran contrary to your views you’d call them fake vis-a-vis your master. WTF do you love so much about the petroleum economy? It’s dirty, disgusting really. Polluting. Don’t you hate sitting in traffic and looking around and thinking all of us are pouring money into Standard Oil’s coffers? Why do you hold onto it like a blind squirrel does an acorn? Dirk Diggler is the same. Hates electric cars. So with the competition, we have now in healthcare kept prices down? No. You talk in circles and make no sense. Medicare for all is the ONLY system that won’t break the bank. Finally, you think building a wall will cure the country’s ills and you think I have the wrong priorities? Are you fucking shitting me? I’m talking gun violence, healthcare, immigration policy and you say wall. I say climate change may pose an existential threat and you say wall. I say the drugs from the pharma companies are far more dangerous than any illegal drug and I have the stats to prove it and you say wall. You’re a 2-year-old masquerading as an adult. You’re sitting in a high chair and no matter what I say you say “wall.”

  63. Pucker February 19, 2019 at 4:32 pm #

    Daniel Estulin has a weird Bio. Is this bloke “For-Real”?

    Daniel Estulin
    In the Shadows of a Presidency

    Daniel Estulin is a researcher, writer, public speaker, senior political analyst, film director, producer, and foreign policy adviser to the Joint Chiefs of Staff of two Latin American nations and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation. He has published 14 books, among which figure The True Story of The Bilderberg Club, an international bestseller published in 68 countries and translated into 34 languages. Daniel was nominated for Nobel Peace Prize in 2015 and was the former host of the highest rated Spanish language TV show in the world, Desde la Sombra, with RT (Russia Today). In 2018 Daniel received from the Supreme Court of Venezuela a doctorate degree in Conceptual Intelligence.

    • JohnAZ February 19, 2019 at 6:54 pm #

      He is an “outsider” with a world view. Comment on his material and conclusions, he might wake up a few folks on this blog.

  64. Pucker February 19, 2019 at 4:52 pm #

    This Millennial bloke is building a bunker in the US and stockpiling ammunition.

    I always fantasized about mounting a used mobile home on a barge on a river system and then plating it with armor and adding a powerful outboard Evinrude motor and then mounting a Soviet Dishka machine gun on top.


    • SoftStarLight February 20, 2019 at 10:10 am #

      LOL so in other words you are kinda crazy but it sounds like in a good way ;-).

    • elysianfield February 20, 2019 at 12:18 pm #

      I always fantasized about mounting a used mobile home on a barge on a river system and then plating it with armor and adding a powerful outboard Evinrude motor and then mounting a Soviet Dishka machine gun on top.

      A ridiculous concept…The DSHKA uses ammunition difficult to obtain…Choose, rather, the M2 Browning.

  65. Pucker February 19, 2019 at 4:59 pm #

    A good faith message to the white Christians:

    Trump is not the “Deliverer” sent by God to deliver us from the “New World Order” and the “Globalists”. Trump is a real estate developer, casino operator, and a Reality TV show host with a gargantuan ego limited vocabulary and who doesn’t read. So it’s not a test of your faith in God to hold Trump accountable. It’s ok to hold Trump accountable.

    • Pucker February 19, 2019 at 5:08 pm #

      Trump is part of “God’s Plan”, but “God’s Plan” includes the white Christians holding Trump accountable. If you don’t hold Trump accountable, then Trump thinks that you’re a moron, which is a violation of “God’s Plan”.

      • Pucker February 19, 2019 at 5:18 pm #

        George W. Bush, Jr. thought that his Christian evangelical base of supporters were a bunch of morons.

        “W” once said: “You can fool some of the people all of the time. And these are the people that you need to focus on.”

        • seawolf77 February 19, 2019 at 7:36 pm #

          “You can fool some of the people all of the time, all of the people some of the time, but you can’t fool all of the people all of the time… unless they’re Trumptard Christians.”

    • FincaInTheMountains February 19, 2019 at 6:49 pm #

      who doesn’t read

      So what? You read a lot but aint getting any smarter.

      • seawolf77 February 19, 2019 at 7:50 pm #

        LBJ didn’t read either. But he had a huge Johnson, evil fuck that he was.

        • capt spaulding February 19, 2019 at 8:42 pm #

          Word around the capitol was that he called it “Jumbo”. I also read that when he was president, he liked to hold conversations with Senators while taking a shit with the toilet door open. An excellent technique for keeping them off balance, I imagine.

          • seawolf77 February 19, 2019 at 9:03 pm #

            He was such a towering figure. It drove him crazy that people thought JFK was so great when he thought HE was the greatest. And he was. We live in LBJ’s world. This is a home movie the weekend after RFK was shot and killed. Look how satisfied LBJ looked. He was pure evil, and that’s what he always wanted to be. A powerful man with a huge cock who was utterly evil. In that respect, he was exactly like Aristotle Onassis. Funny how Jackie fucked them both. LBJ doesn’t show up until 12:06 or so. One of my favorites of LBJ.

          • Tate February 20, 2019 at 1:40 am #

            What connection did LBJ have to facilitating Lee Harvey Oswald’s assassination attempt & then to the assassination of Bobby 5 years later? The writer Laurent Guyot has posited that Israel played a central role in the murders of both the Kennedys because of Jack’s opposition to their nuclear program at Dimona & then to the fear that if Bobby became President, he would seek to reopen the investigation & that LBJ was in on both plots.


          • elysianfield February 20, 2019 at 12:20 pm #

            “A powerful man with a huge cock”

            A good job, if you can get it….

          • Janos Skorenzy February 20, 2019 at 7:49 pm #

            When did Jackie fuck LBJ. After John’s death?

        • BackRowHeckler February 20, 2019 at 12:03 am #


          All the Way!

        • SoftStarLight February 20, 2019 at 10:13 am #

          Well hold up and wait one cotton-picken second. If he had a big Johnson then he probably had big hands. And since you guys hate Trump so much and make fun of him by calling him “small hands” or whatever, wouldn’t you naturally love a “big hands”?

          • capt spaulding February 20, 2019 at 11:37 am #

            His dick was so big, it had it’s own dick.

          • SoftStarLight February 20, 2019 at 12:59 pm #

            LOL so basically you would never know which head that man was thinking with :-P.

  66. FincaInTheMountains February 19, 2019 at 6:41 pm #

    Germans were in South America in the 16th century with the Pizarro brothers == brh

    The biggest mystery of Soviet Perestroika and the fall of the Berlin Wall was that Gorbachev, being a greedy and cowardly man, receiving money from the British and Americans, how could he afford to disobey Thatcher and Bush and allow Germany to unite?

    Moreover, Bush personally called him and spoke harshly – do not dare to unite Germany, Thatcher called him and said in no case we will go along with Germany unification.

    Moreover, Gorbachev understood that in the conditions of his rivalry with Yeltsin, the Anglo Saxons would easily change their favorite horse in Russia.

    What did the Germans have on Gorbachev that he disobeyed his senior in rank?

    The fact is that when the Germans occupied the Stavropol and Krasnodar Territories, the German “feld gendarmerie” – these are people who went in civilian clothes and created an agent network – they had a special program for children 12 – 16 years old – this is how old Gorbachev was during his life in occupied Stavropol.

    • JohnAZ February 19, 2019 at 6:57 pm #


      When I read Estulin, I read a lot of the same sense I read with you.

    • seawolf77 February 19, 2019 at 7:34 pm #

      Where do you get this shit?

  67. tucsonspur February 19, 2019 at 7:03 pm #

    Highlights of the bill:

    $1.375 billion for 55 miles of bollard fencing along the southern border and Rio Grande Valley of Texas;

    Funding for 40,520 ICE detention beds by the end of the fiscal year, a reduction from the current 49,060;

    $415 million for enhanced medical support, transportation, food and clothing for migrants who are in detention centers;

    $900 million for enhanced inspections at ports of entry, new technology, opioid detection and customs officers;

    Funding for a new Coast Guard Polar Security Cutter;

    A 1.9 percent pay raise for federal civilian workers (overriding President Trump’s order to deny them a pay raise);

    $100 million for border security technology between the ports on U.S. southern and northern borders, such as mobile surveillance capability and innovative towers (surveillance towers that are able to differentiate between people and vehicles and whether they’re carrying weapons or drugs)

    $564 million for non-intrusive inspection equipment at land ports of entry to scan vehicles entering the U.S. for narcotics and other contraband;

    $563.4 million to hire new immigration judges to reduce the backlog of cases;

    $527.6 million to support the U.S. Strategy for Engagement in Central America, a program focused on addressing the causes of migration of undocumented Central Americans to the U.S.;

    $191 million for new infrastructure at the Calexico land port of entry;

    $112.6 million for aircraft and sensor systems, including $86 million for 3 additional multi-role enforcement aircraft;

    $14.5 million for integrated coastal interceptor vessels for patrolling U.S. maritime borders; and

    $76.9 million for countering opioids with detection equipment and staffing at international mail facilities.

    What it does NOT include:

    Back pay for federal contractors affected by the shutdown;

    An extension of the Violence Against Women Act (though it does include nearly $500 million in grant money for VAWA programs);

    No increase in total fencing money compared to fiscal year 2018 (the appropriation is $1.375 billion);

    Funding can’t be used for any concrete wall or other Trump wall prototypes. Only “existing technologies” for fencing or barriers can be used.

    Much of this seems nebulous to me, this last line above and the first line of what’s in the bill on top. Is that fencing for Texas only? Can anybody clarify? No, I don’t want to look up the bill.

    That $86 million could fund about three Apaches?

    A half billion for more immigration judges? Please! When the fuck does it end!? That’s about 15 more Apaches.

    That Polar Security Cutter will help keep out illegal Eskimos, so that’s good. Maybe some Russkies.

    Let’s put up some igloos with ICE detention beds. We now have funding for about 40,000 down south. Food, translators, lawyers, challenges in court, etc.

    What a pitiful, sorrowful, clusterfuck of a mess. Put up some wall, fly the Apaches, stop being soft and save the nation.

    • daveed February 19, 2019 at 7:30 pm #

      Apache (curiously named) helicopters…..okay, I guess. But a real man would put heads on pikes, Spurious.

      • tucsonspur February 19, 2019 at 8:08 pm #

        Apaches in Mexico:

        Most Americans today believe the Apache rein of terror ended with the surrender of Geronimo and Naiche and their 20 some followers: warriors, women, and children, nearly all close relatives.

        But almost 4 decades later, the Chiricahua war against alien invaders continued sporadically.

        In 1924, while Hollywood was still pumping out silent Cowboy and Indian westerns, an Apache raiding party left the safety of the Sierra Madre and rode north to the Animas Mountains of Southwestern New Mexico. This raiding party consisted of perhaps a dozen warriors and a woman on a mule dragging a travois.

        To make it difficult for their enemies to determine what direction they were headed, the Apaches had tied buckskin on the hooves of their mounts.

        By chance, they came across Frank Fisher, a local cowboy and some-time prospector. They easily killed him and stole his gun and mule. It wasn’t long before another ranch hand discovered the body and sounded the alarm. “The Apaches Are Back!”
        No one had to explain to the local ranchers, miners, and town folks what this meant.


      • SoftStarLight February 20, 2019 at 10:16 am #

        So if you are a real man what do you have in your plan? It seems like you just like to peck away at those discussing solutions but pardon me if I missed something.

    • seawolf77 February 19, 2019 at 7:32 pm #

      No Trump wall prototypes? What is he? Master of Wall.

      • tucsonspur February 19, 2019 at 7:55 pm #

        “Hey, man, you don’t talk to Trump the General. You listen to him. The man’s enlarged my mind. He’s a poet warrior in the classic sense. I mean sometimes he’ll… uh… well, you’ll say “hello” to him
        right? And he’ll just walk right by you. He won’t even notice you. And suddenly he’ll grab you, and he’ll throw you in a corner, and he’ll say, “Do you know that ‘if’ is the middle word in life? If you can keep your head when all about you are losing theirs and blaming it on you, if you can trust yourself when all men doubt you”… I mean I’m… no, I can’t… I’m a little man, I’m a little man, he’s… he’s a great man! I should have been a pair of ragged claws scuttling across floors of silent seas…”

        • seawolf77 February 19, 2019 at 8:15 pm #

          You know Brando and Coppola wrote most of that dialogue, which was one of the great failings of the book “Heart of Darkness,” by Joseph Conrad. Through the entire narrative, you’re told about the greatness of the man. On you go up the river and you can’t wait to see and meet the guy and when you do he’s a dying old man. Talk about a bummer. So they had to come up with the mystical shit Kurtz would say. “I want to see a snail slither along the cold steel of a straight razor. A snail, slither, slowly, along the razor’s edge.” And who could forget “My platoon had supervised the inoculation of a village’s children. We went out on patrol and when we came back the Viet Cong had come to the village and hacked off every one of those children’s arms, and stacked them into a pile of little arms. If I had a division of such men, this little squabble would be over shortly, that I can assure you.”

          • tucsonspur February 20, 2019 at 3:48 am #

            “The man is clear in his mind, but his soul is mad.” DH

            They wrote some great, powerful stuff. Snail on the razor conjures up so much. Here are a couple more; the first tightly bound to your second.

            “It’s impossible for words to describe what is necessary to those who do not know what horror means. Horror. Horror has a face and you must make a friend of horror. Horror and moral terror are your friends. If they are not, then they are enemies to be feared.” — Colonel Kurtz

            “We train young men to drop fire on people, but their commanders won’t allow them to write “fuck” on their airplanes because it’s obscene!” — Colonel Kurtz

  68. Janos Skorenzy February 19, 2019 at 7:44 pm #

    Soooo, to italicize a word or series of words you type the less than symbol, the letter i, and then the greater than symbol. Use no spaces. Follow these 3 key strokes with the word (or words) you want to italicize such as the word them that you wanted to italicize for emphasis up above. After the word them, with no space, type the less than symbol, then forward slash (it’s below the question mark), then the letter i and finally the greater than symbol.


    To bold a word or words do exactly as above only replacing the i letters with b letters.

    without becoming them

    without becoming them

    Describing this is way more difficult than actually doing it.

    reverence for life

    • Janos Skorenzy February 19, 2019 at 7:46 pm #

      Thank you, Q. I will have to copy this so I don’t forget. For to forget is the nature of Man.

      • GreenAlba February 20, 2019 at 11:17 am #

        Janos, why don’t you just pin this site to your Bookmarks bar?


        If you root around you can find out how to do hyperlinks in your text as well. It’s a bit more complicated but there’s a ‘try it yourself’ button so you can see if you’ve done it right before you post.

        • elysianfield February 20, 2019 at 12:35 pm #


          Thank you!

          • elysianfield February 20, 2019 at 12:44 pm #

            Thank you!

          • GreenAlba February 20, 2019 at 1:24 pm #


            You’re welcome.

            I’ve posted the link a few times. I was worried people might think I had some sort of financial interest.

          • GreenAlba February 20, 2019 at 1:31 pm #

            Maybe it’s just me but if I just include the code for italics or bold, all the text mushes together unless I include the paragraph code as well.

            (p instead of i or b inside the pointy brackets).

            It’s as if once you include any code at all it recognises the whole text as coded and wants the lot. Or else, mush.

            And I wasted time for ages putting ‘undo paragraph’ code at the end of each paragraph, then discovered it doesn’t need to be there.

            I’m an HTML slow learner.

    • SoftStarLight February 20, 2019 at 10:17 am #

      Hey that’s a lot of work to italicize words lol!

  69. FincaInTheMountains February 19, 2019 at 8:01 pm #

    Where do you get this shit? == woolfie

    During the period of utilization of the USSR, binding documents were signed between the Russian Federation and the United States for the dismantling of Greater Russia and a number of industries. Naturally, such agreements are guaranteed and the protective mechanisms of agreements are prescribed.

    President Putin’s team was able to denounce most of the obligations of Yeltsin’s Russia, while protecting the country from suffocation and collapse.

    But from the point of view of international law and the United States as a party to the treaty, Putin is a criminal. Therefore, Clinton is a champion of international law and wants to punish the “criminal” power of the Russian Federation and President Trump, refusing to punish disobedients, shows himself to be a traitor to his homeland and, in effect, a KGB agent.

    From this point of view, is it possible that the whole movement in US politics becomes more understandable?

    Eh, woolfie?

  70. FincaInTheMountains February 19, 2019 at 8:09 pm #

    And all this has a direct bearing on this interview with Andrei Fursov, which I strongly recommend to compare with this post, if you want to understand what I am going to write in the next.

    And note that Andrei Fursov clearly knows what my English friends told me, based, as far as I understand, on the publication in the early 90s of the relevant documents by Margaret Thatcher.

    But he does not want to talk about it, and I hear his interview for the first time, and I am surprised at how much I learned about him in time, since all this has a direct bearing on what is happening in Ukraine and New York in connection with the fact that Union Bank laundered Bormann’s money precisely through the Bank of Caracas, for which George Bush Sr.’s father Prescott Bush actually was under federal investigation under the Trading with the Enemy Act.

  71. onehunglo February 19, 2019 at 8:18 pm #

    legendary onehunglo make bold call….

    you one Donald Trump prevail over Kamala Harris in presidential contest and during 2nd term successful pursue due process of following:

    Hillary Clinton, James Comey, Andrew McCabe, John Brennan, with multitude of no name flunkees successful prosecuted…

    you one Ruth Bader Ginsburg die on bench and replace by Trump with loyalist.

    moral arc of universe long but bend toward justice.

    that ok.

    let not you heart be troubled.

    may God be with you.


    • FincaInTheMountains February 19, 2019 at 9:03 pm #

      Well, my heart is still fucking troubled.

      Bernie Sanders is running, and since he obviously has no chance in hell to become a nominee, the only reason he’s doing that is to pave the road for Hillary.

      We could be up for a round 2 of Trump vs Killary.

    • elysianfield February 20, 2019 at 6:39 pm #


      I do not know how to say this, considering that you are but a heathen Chinee…but from your lips to God’s ear….

  72. Pucker February 19, 2019 at 8:22 pm #

    Daniel Estilin is a Foreign Policy Adviser to 2 Latin American Nations and to Putin, a Spanish TV personality, and he makes movies? And he writes books about the inside story about Trump?

    • JohnAZ February 19, 2019 at 10:43 pm #

      No, the inside story about the world acting around Trump. What Trump is facing and why? No partisanship involved.

  73. Pucker February 19, 2019 at 9:54 pm #

    God has a “Plan”.

    It’s called Google “Smart Churches”….

  74. holtrp February 19, 2019 at 10:13 pm #

    This blog has gone full-retard.

    “Indeed, some of it was illegally destroyed, for instance the government-issued cell phones of Ms. Page and Mr. Stzrok, smashed to bits on Robert Mueller’s instructions.”

    Is that a fact? Where is the evidence? Oh wait, here it is, some fever swamp article posted on Brietbart news confirmed it!

    Seriously, please do everyone of your dwindling sensible readers adn either go back to running down American consumers and pushing the doomer peak oil bit that was at least entertaining or team up with that sweating lunitic Alex Jones and link the page directly with infowars.

    • Pucker February 19, 2019 at 11:26 pm #

      What does the expression “full-retard” mean?

      I once knew a retarded bloke who was working the deep fat fryer at McDonald’s making delicious golden McDonald’s French fries.

      I don’t know if he was “full-retard”?

      He seemed to make great French fries, and he seemed very proud of himself.

      He seemed “competent” within the narrow scope of his job duties.

      • Pucker February 20, 2019 at 12:18 am #

        I’m not going to “Knock” some bloke who’s working his ass off to try to pay the bills just because he’s a bit “on the slow side.”

    • RWicks February 20, 2019 at 1:18 am #


      Page 2, first and second paragraph – why was the phone reassigned, and who had the authority to have it erased?

    • SoftStarLight February 20, 2019 at 10:21 am #

      Yawn! See my posts have been called a waste of space and keystrokes. But is this not a waste of space and keystrokes? I mean why waste the time to say you hate something. You obviously want the attention. Stop playing games and if you hate it don’t read it.

  75. JohnAZ February 19, 2019 at 10:40 pm #

    The House is investigating the WH allowing Nuclear energy development in Saudi Arabia. The fear is that without adequate supervision that SA could weaponize the nukes. .???

    My question is why is SA investing in Nuclear?

    • RWicks February 20, 2019 at 1:08 am #

      How do you know SA IS investing in nuclear?

      It’s really simple, if it’s an anonymous source and it comes from corporate media, ignore it, until you see some real evidence.

      I would think after this nation was lied into the Iraq war over a non existent weapons of mass destruction program that they would realize US media isn’t credible. Just what does it take?

      They are PROPAGANDA. Sure, you can LISTEN to them, but don’t believe them without being able to verify it yourself. It isn’t that much work. If they consistently “get it wrong” (accidentally of course!!!), learn to ignore them.

      • JohnAZ February 20, 2019 at 10:24 am #

        The source was the Washington Post reporting on a WH meeting on the subject. SA has a plan to build 16 nuclear plants and desalinization plants and wants US aid to help build them. They have let the US know that if we don’t help, they will go to Russia or China for the help. Part of the concern is that Russia or China will not put in the regulations preventing the production of Nukes. Elijah Cummings is leading the investigation.

        My question was aimed at why the number two oil producer needs nuclear energy with its inherent risks. The second article stated:

        1. If Iran produces a Nuke, so will SA.

        2. SA wants to produce more alternative energy so that they can export more oil. They state that they are anticipating future declines in world demand due to alternative energy production

        ??? Why plan for exporting more into declining demand with the price reductions inherent to the decline.

        Are we seeing symptoms of peak oil in SA?

  76. BackRowHeckler February 19, 2019 at 11:33 pm #

    At Tom Petty’s autopsy, here’s what was found in his blood:

    Acytl Fentanyl
    Despropaonyl Fentanyl

    Phew! That must have been one hell of a party!!!

    • SoftStarLight February 20, 2019 at 10:23 am #

      Wow – but no Mary Jane? I guess he was really serious about that last dance. Poor thing, I heard she was trying to get back together with him ;-).

    • Janos Skorenzy February 20, 2019 at 1:01 pm #

      He didn’t back down. He stood his ground. These drugs beat him and killed him, but he refused to cower by not taking them.

      The last words of Frank Sinatra: I’m losing.

      We’re all going to “lose”. Add hyperlinks. We’re not in control. Why? Because we’re not God. Who is? God is God. La illha illallah. There is no God but God.

      • SoftStarLight February 20, 2019 at 1:35 pm #

        You are a preacher, an imam and a shaman. And I still say you are a mystic and now I think a charmer too. But not a snake charmer ;-).

        • Janos Skorenzy February 20, 2019 at 7:56 pm #

          Thank you. I am humbled. I want to become a snake charmer. Does not the Bible say, You shall take up serpents? Are any of your relatives into it?

          • SoftStarLight February 21, 2019 at 10:32 am #

            It does 🙂 and I can see you being one too. Well my mom said that my great grandparents did go to a church the was big into snake handling and true and extreme “holy roller” behavior. She said that she went to the church one time with them when she was a little girl and they were handling snakes and speaking in tongues and people were like running and jumping and doing crazy stuff in the aisles and she started crying. I would have been scared too because seeing people handling snakes, speaking in tongues, with their eyes rolling back would be really scary to me!

      • stelmosfire February 20, 2019 at 3:20 pm #

        Janos (Vlad) believe me I have seen the best and the worst of human nature.Many people are truly saints. Unfortunately many are truly assholes, I would call a 50/50 split or perhaps there is a grey area, I”ll give ya’ that. I like to think that I am in the saint category but I tell the truth some some may disagree.

        • Janos Skorenzy February 20, 2019 at 7:54 pm #

          I’m both a Saint and an Asshole and probably you are too. As poor BRH said (who thinks he isn’t worthy to debate you or Ozone), your good works will put you in heaven but you will be comatose for a long time – angrily insisting that you don’t exist anymore. That’s what the guides are for – to help newbies who are having a hard time adjusting.

          • seawolf77 February 21, 2019 at 10:45 am #

            Saint Asshole. I like the sound of that.

          • RIB February 21, 2019 at 4:31 pm #

            Sorry Janos, your good works ,i.e. works of righteousness, are like filthy rags in God’s eyes. Isaiah 64:6 , Titus 3:5 and Ephesians 2″8 and 2:9

      • elysianfield February 20, 2019 at 6:43 pm #

        There is no God but God.

        And for extra credit…who is his Prophet”



    • malthuss February 20, 2019 at 4:51 pm #

      His side claims his hip problem was so bad, he had to use painkillers.

  77. volodya February 20, 2019 at 12:14 am #

    I think institutional failure is encapsulated in the three words – no criminal intent.

    Or – too big to jail.

    Too big to jail signifies multiple organ failure in the body politic, ie regulatory, legislative, judicial, prosecutorial…

  78. Pucker February 20, 2019 at 12:16 am #

    Colonel Lawrence Wilkerson ( former assistant to US Secretary of State Colin Powell under Bush, Jr.) identifies Sheldon Adelson and Paul Singer and the Koch Brothers as members of the “Plutocracy”. Sheldon Adelson was the largest contributor to Trump’s 2016 campaign. He may also have some connection to the Stephen Paddock shooting casino in Las Vegas?


    • elysianfield February 20, 2019 at 12:56 pm #

      Sheldon Addelson

      You can thank that bastard personally for killing internet poker.

  79. RWicks February 20, 2019 at 1:05 am #

    This brought a smirk to my face:

    “It concerns me because the specter of massive institutional failure in federal law enforcement and the news media bodes very darkly for this country’s future.”

    I think that’s entirely wrong. Do you mean exposing the “failure” of our CRIMINAL federal law enforcement “bodes darkly” for this country’s future? Not reforming it bodes darkly, just as any citizen that lived through the USSR or 1930’s Germany..

    Our federal institutions have been ENTIRELY criminal for over a decade, and because of Trump’s presidency you have make an effort to not see it at this point. That was the purpose of electing him.

    Find that weapons of mass destruction program in Iraq yet that got between 100,000 and 1,000,000 Iraqi’s killed? No? Well surely we know who was responsible for that “mistake” and held them accountable.. Golly, we didn’t?

    Well at least the US prevented a “humanitarian crisis” by bombing Libya that Qadaffi was about to cause.. which was left in civil war with actual slavery again.

    Well at least Assad was bombed to “prevent him from gassing his own people” – Genie Energy and it’s criminal strategic board of directors weren’t involved with that at all, right and none of those were false flags – that’s just crazy talk – right?

    Our government is entirely criminal. It’s just a mafia running the nation. And it’s not just our government, it’s our media as well. The last bits of legitimate, corporate media, died it’s last gasps at least 10 years ago – maybe 20, maybe more.

    Oh yeah, Al Shaifa’s pharmaceutical plant was manufacturing chemical weapons weren’t they? This establishment is disgustingly corrupt, and it has to go for the good of humanity.

    • SoftStarLight February 20, 2019 at 10:26 am #

      Yes, we need a government that cares about the people. Something we will never have unless true love comes back into style.

  80. Pucker February 20, 2019 at 1:24 am #

    Where did the American Christians get the idea that God sent Trump to get it all sorted out?

    If one can link a person’s political beliefs to their religious belief system, then you get Cognitive Dissonance on steroids.

    • Pucker February 20, 2019 at 2:11 am #

      During every election cycle, are the Christians looking for God’s anointed candidate?

    • RWicks February 20, 2019 at 3:26 am #

      Well, as an atheist, let me posit an answer to that:

      Hillary Clinton voted for the Authorization to Use Force in Iraq as a Junior Senator – you know, the Iraq War that George W. Bush broke the Geneva Conventions that the US forced the Nazis and Japanese Fascists to sign at the end of WWII to prevent another rogue nation from using superior power to attack a nation without the purpose of defense.

      She also was the driving force in bombing Libya “to prevent a humanitarian crisis” of course… which is now in Civil War that has literal slave markets again…

      She also is running an obvious corrupt “charity” that she is using to take bribes through (or was), and she and her husband were accused of selling information to China (credibly) though Loral and accepting Chinese payment through many individual Chinese go-betweens. Isn’t it funny the US is so cozy with China, a still communist nation, but is so hostile to Russia, which isn’t… anymore. If you don’t remember the USSR, that was SCARY.

      She also wanted to expand the war in Syria – remember when she wanted to make a no fly zone? You know why the US is at war with Syria? It’s because Genie Energy inked a deal with Israel in early 2013 to mine the oil of the Golan Heights, which is Syrian land under (illegal) Israel occupation. On the “strategic board of directors” of Genie Energy is Dick Cheney (Bush Jr’s partner in crime), Rupert Murdoch (famous propagandist), Jacob Rothschild (banking criminal), Robert Woolsey (exi CIA head), and many other criminals.

      I cannot imagine a more disgusting, evil person to be president than Hillary Clinton. Obama was horrible, he spent 8 years bombing 7 nations – he’s the reason there’s a refugee crisis in Europe, he made those refugees. And Bush? Neocon Fascist, just like Obama was and Clinton is.

      So when you’re comparing against, really literal literal fascists, obviously fascists, it’s easy to think the person that spoke against the Iraq War, and the Syrian War, and all these stupid Middle East wars which are PURELY for corporate profit with government officials linked to them, is a god send because our government is entirely criminal.

      The left is just generally gotten a lot dimmer. I remember when they were pushing for nuclear arms elimination, when the USSR was still around. Nuclear Annihilation is bad, I’d agree, but the USSR is dead now. But now that it’s dead (and it is dead, Russia is not the USSR) NOW they want to risk nuclear war. In 1980, if you went to Russia as a US citizen, it was difficult and once you were there, you were followed 24/7. Today you can go on a vacation there.

      Remember the S. Ossetia and Georgia conflict that lasted a day that the US “media” (well propaganda) was claiming was an invasion from Russia? S Ossetia was attack by Georgia and S. Ossetia asked for assistance from Russia and got it. Russia went in, kicked Georgian troops, and left – in 24 hours. Russia could take over both regions, if they had any interest in doing do. Russia spans 6 timezones, they don’t need any more space, and don’t want it. Guess what happened to the leader of Georgia who attacked S. Ossetia, he ended up in Ukraine in a position of power, and he’s a graduate of Columbia University – Mikheil Saakashvili. He’s a CIA puppet. He’s a wanted war criminal in Georgia.

      The US today, acts like the USSR of 1975 did. Russia, today, (and I recognize the irony of this) is the comparative good guys. They aren’t bombing everybody all over the middle east.

      • 100th Avatar February 20, 2019 at 9:55 am #

        But, they’re not playing their tune to the New World Order sheet music.

        If they only let Soros and the the approved Yelstin era oligarchs break down their society, appropriate their wealth, and get in on the plan for a new American century.

      • SoftStarLight February 20, 2019 at 10:27 am #

        They are not fascists. They are good capitalists and communists though.

      • ozone February 20, 2019 at 5:50 pm #

        The destruction of meaning is a good step towards totalitarianism. Someone had better explain how those indicated by RWicks post are *not* fascists.

        I swear, there’s a truckload of shitty business and hidden agendas going on in these pages. We’ll have to add “confusion” to obfuscation, distraction, distortion, and hypocrisy of the very worst sort: *willful* (knowing) hypocrisy.

        • Janos Skorenzy February 20, 2019 at 7:59 pm #

          So define Fascism then. Hint: it’s not a synonym for Totalitarianism or anything that you don’t like. Sigh. So tiresome….

        • SoftStarLight February 21, 2019 at 10:17 am #

          Well Obama and Clinton are interesting in that they have ideologies that appear to be hybrids of crony and rapacious capitalism and Marxism. But not fascism because fascists seek national interests above all others. The Bushes and other “republicans” mentioned in his post are really war-mongering, autocratic, capitalist oligarchs. They also do not have national interests at heart and therefore can not be considered fascists.

      • ozone February 20, 2019 at 9:19 pm #

        …Yes, we know that cracking any number of dictionaries (even those available on-line) reveal no references to authoritarianism, dictatorship, or autocratic totalitarianism. Why no, it’s all sweetness and light and gentle persuasion by dint of its self-evident righteousness!

        (Though it may be difficult to read anything in the stygian darkness of one’s own colon.)

        • Janos Skorenzy February 21, 2019 at 1:34 am #

          Do you know how to use those dictionaries? If so, why don’t you rather than making up your own definitions? As Confucius said, the first step in reform is the “rectification of names”.

          Knock off your nonsense.

        • SoftStarLight February 21, 2019 at 10:26 am #

          From the Cambridge Dictionary….

          fascism: a political system based on a very powerful leader, state control, and being extremely proud of country and race, and in which political opposition is not allowed

          Is political opposition actually allowed in our country now? You have said yourself that we have lost a lot of liberties and even more so than we even want to think about or entertain. I truly believe you and think you are right. And we do have powerful leaders and state control now. But what we don’t have is the extreme pride of country and race. That is because we are just a hodge-podge of disparate groups.

          • Janos Skorenzy February 21, 2019 at 1:24 pm #

            Yes, the Strong Leader is there, but the good ones are supported or even elected by the People. Hitler was elected and would have stayed in for the duration of the crisis. But I like to believe he would have either stepped down or submitted to the election process once it had passed. I believe he said as much.
            So not all political activity comes to an end in Fascism. Not necessarily.

            One might think of it as a Nation’s response to crisis. Putting on hold some activities and accentuating others. Lincoln become a Dictator here in America during the Civil War for example. You certainly can’t be dithering with parliamentary activity while the Nation dies – as is happening here in America.

          • SoftStarLight February 21, 2019 at 4:29 pm #

            Your explanation makes sense. Basically tight control when it is necessary and a more representative system once the nation is in a state of peace. Totally sounds right to me. So really we could still have our constitutional form of government but with more executive authority at points.

  81. Pucker February 20, 2019 at 3:28 am #

    Are you one of those Christian blokes who thinks that God sent Trump as “Divine Intervention”, like the time in the movie “Pulp Fiction” when God saved Vincent and Jules when God “came down from Heaven and stopped dem mutha-fuck’n bullets”?

  82. Pucker February 20, 2019 at 8:20 am #

    Are Christians always on the look out for the Divine in the Mundane? What if the Christian bloke is disappointed? What if he comes up empty? What if he and his Life at the end of the day are lackluster and Mundane, and God, for whatever reason, passes him over a la “Passover”? What if he doesn’t get his Miracle? A Miracle is something so contrary to experience that it can’t possibly be true. Thus, ipso facto, “Miracles” are extremely rare, and it would behoove people to not expect Miracles rather than always trying to sell the People on the idea that Miracles are everywhere, right? It creates a psychosis?

    • SoftStarLight February 20, 2019 at 10:29 am #

      Obviously you have never experienced miracles or magic. You poor man. You will be so much better off once you allow your eyes to be truly open to the fact that there is an unseen world that exists parallel to ours. Until then I am sure things do seem rather mundane and lackluster.

    • GreenAlba February 20, 2019 at 11:27 am #

      “and God, for whatever reason, passes him over a la “Passover”?”

      In the context, being passed over was considered a good thing. Nothing wrong with a quiet life out of sight when the Plagues of Egypt and the Angel of Death are in the neighbourhood.

      Although the etymology from the source appears uncertain, as is so often the case. Like the 72 virgins or raisins.

  83. Pucker February 20, 2019 at 8:39 am #


    It seems that the Persian system of governance ( like the Chinese Confucianism System) relied heavily upon Ritual, which created a big problem for Globalist Alexander the Great since his shepherding Macedonians were basically tribal and rejected court ritual and hierarchy.

  84. BackRowHeckler February 20, 2019 at 9:43 am #

    5 people shot in various ‘hoods in this city over past few days, bodies and wounded people being discovered all over the place.

    Interesting occurrence last nite at work, in the break room wiith some black dudes. I mentioned Don Newcombe had died, no one knew who Don Newcombe was. I had to explain what a great ballplayer he was, one of the great pitchers in MLB in the 50s. There were looks of surprise all around.


    • Janos Skorenzy February 20, 2019 at 1:05 pm #

      You’re just an old White Guy worshiping Old Black Ballplayers. You’ll never see an Black kid wearing the name or number of a White player, no matter how great. Ethnic pride. It all starts from that. And the end of our Civilization dates from our loss of Ethnic pride in the White Race.

      • revilo February 20, 2019 at 1:25 pm #

        There is some begrudging respect for Larry Legend that is encouraging to see (given that he is the greatest basketball player of all time), but yeah I haven’t seen a black guy don the jersey yet. Stockton, Nash, Maravich still don’t get their proppers.


        • Janos Skorenzy February 20, 2019 at 1:35 pm #

          The very fact that grown White Men wear the names of other men on their bodies is atrocious in and of itself. It can be forgiven in kids of course. Maybe even a good thing as hero worship is natural. But again, Black kids do it far more selectively than Whites, and in that there is a natural wisdom we have lost.

          • 100th Avatar February 20, 2019 at 2:37 pm #

            Can someone get all these Janos pearls over to DavidDuke Press for an anthology treatment?


          • malthuss February 20, 2019 at 4:44 pm #

            100AVI–In this case, I agree w Janos. Its childish for men to have heros that are mere athletes. sad.

          • 100th Avatar February 20, 2019 at 5:47 pm #

            Well silly, you’d be stripped of your pointed hood if you didn’t!

            Athletes bring joy to people’s lives.

            The apex of human conditioning and sublimation.
            Discipline meets passion meets the moment. The frozen moment.
            The zone.

            Same is true for musicians.

            They make people happy. They bring joy.

            But you’re right.
            We need more lawyers, actuaries, and think tankers.

          • revilo February 20, 2019 at 8:20 pm #

            Averaged 40+ ppg in college without a 3 pt line. A true badass American original.


          • revilo February 20, 2019 at 8:26 pm #

            Janos never made varsity.

          • Janos Skorenzy February 21, 2019 at 1:27 pm #

            I’m going to throw a basketball thru your window. Polo is the game of kings. If you don’t have a ball, you can use a handy head. What is a gentleman after all but one who can ride and shoot?

          • SoftStarLight February 21, 2019 at 4:20 pm #

            LOL I like it!

        • seawolf77 February 20, 2019 at 2:42 pm #

          He was bad to the bone. A basketball genius.

        • BackRowHeckler February 20, 2019 at 3:36 pm #

          Problem is, there hasn’t been a star white player in the NBA in about 30 years.


      • BackRowHeckler February 20, 2019 at 3:42 pm #

        I dont worship him. He was a good pitcher in his time and thought his passing should be noted.


      • malthuss February 20, 2019 at 4:46 pm #

        those black heroes are their only heros.
        Not Sowell or even that mulatto general. Powell.

        almost completely forgot his name.

  85. JohnAZ February 20, 2019 at 10:34 am #

    A big deal in the news this morning.

    The kid in the Covington school fiasco is suing the Washington Post for 250 million dollars for defamation. Why 250 million? That is what Bezos paid for it.

    Maybe if the Post is driven out of business, wishfull thinking, responsibility in reporting will return to the press. Start enforcing the libel laws against the press to force them back into responsible reporting, no more “anonymous sources”. With Freedom of the press, just like any of the freedoms, comes responsibility. Our press has forgotten this.

    • BackRowHeckler February 20, 2019 at 10:51 am #

      Bezos has enough swag to cover any lawsuit settlements. He ain’t worried. What he is worried about are the leaked pics of his tiny little Johnson.


      • Janos Skorenzy February 20, 2019 at 1:08 pm #

        Women love dik pics. If you want to get a girl, you have to send her a picture of your Johnson.

        Bezos is a Lord of the Earth, yet he still sent a dik pic! Still thought she wanted to see such a thing. Old guys can be with much younger women only because she’s not really interested in your body. The focus has to be her body and your bank balance.

        • GreenAlba February 20, 2019 at 1:20 pm #

          So why don’t silly old men send a scan of their last bank statement?

          • Janos Skorenzy February 20, 2019 at 1:28 pm #

            Of course she’s no spring chicken. I suppose love is possible between “equals” (who is his equal financially? Perhaps one should say “peers”?) But still he sent a dik pic! She forgave him because of his bank balance. He didn’t have to scan – it’s well known.

          • GreenAlba February 20, 2019 at 2:33 pm #

            I meant generally, rather than Mr Bezos, whose amorous peccadilloes – like his pecker – are thankfully somewhere beyond the periphery of my consciousness. Which is to say I only learned about both of them on here, not being a consumer of such mind-numbing ‘stories’.

          • malthuss February 20, 2019 at 4:41 pm #

            BC that is not erotic.

            Showing them the dong is I guess.

            The bank statement isnt what they want. They want the ferrari and the diamonds.

          • malthuss February 20, 2019 at 4:54 pm #

            WRT The Sacklers.

            Do you think they should get the ‘Honey Sherman’ treatment?

            I do.

          • GreenAlba February 20, 2019 at 6:15 pm #


            While we still have the luxury of it, malthuss, I prefer to stick with due process.

          • elysianfield February 20, 2019 at 6:50 pm #

            “So why don’t silly old men send a scan of their last bank statement?”

            They do, although veiled…


          • seawolf77 February 21, 2019 at 10:42 am #

            You can’t make a woman feel like a whore. If you’re giving her jewelry you can’t throw it at her and say “Here, you money grubbing gold digging bitch.” You have to Hide it in a box of Whitman Chocolates and when she opens it you nudge her towards the chocolate nougats and let her find the gold ear rings with the 1 karat diamond dangling at the end of a string of pearls. Gets her in the mood.

          • GreenAlba February 21, 2019 at 11:51 am #

            Do you guys only go out with cliché-loving cretins or something?

          • elysianfield February 21, 2019 at 7:08 pm #

            “You have to Hide it in a box of Whitman Chocolates and when she opens it you nudge her towards the chocolate nougats and let her find the gold ear rings with the 1 karat diamond dangling at the end of a string of pearls. Gets her in the mood”

            As a former pawnbroker, I would suggest that it would get ME in the mood, also.

        • SoftStarLight February 20, 2019 at 1:29 pm #

          This post makes me feel uncomfortable lol. You really are on a roll :-).

          • Janos Skorenzy February 21, 2019 at 2:29 am #

            Guys like Bezos think that his pic will be welcome because he would welcome something similar from her.

            Likewise, a lot of women now think that men want “strong women” because they want strong men. It just doesn’t work that way. Even women who are into the male body a bit – as in having preferences, an aesthetic, etc, still wouldn’t want to get a picture like that. Women just don’t work that way.

            Vive la difference. The Polarity is All! Without that, there is no magnetism.

          • SoftStarLight February 21, 2019 at 10:11 am #

            I like magnetism. And yes, a softer touch and romance is a must but not hook up behavior. Anybody can hook up. But romance and chemistry is something that either happens like a spark turning into a raging fire, or doesn’t, like a moth to a flame burned by the fire.

        • 100th Avatar February 20, 2019 at 2:31 pm #

          She’s not young.
          She’s 49, but was rebuilt, new airbags, paint job and alignment.

          Bezos, a hardcore nerd underneath it all, with we can assume, limited female experience, got reeled in.

          I suspect her husband is in on it.
          Cuckolding is cool in their world, especially when it lands an enormously gratifying… payday.

          • GreenAlba February 20, 2019 at 2:37 pm #

            “She’s 49, but was rebuilt, new airbags, paint job and alignment.”

            Haha. That made me laugh. I met my husband when I was 48 (he was 46), with no remodelling – we have a more favourable climate, though, and I’d lived a good life 🙂 .

        • seawolf77 February 21, 2019 at 12:51 pm #

          No… women.

      • seawolf77 February 20, 2019 at 6:35 pm #

        I think he stopped worrying about the size of his Lyndon Johnson about $149 billion ago.

    • K-Dog February 20, 2019 at 11:35 am #

      Covington Catholic High School in Kentucky! I was confused for a minute because there is a Covington only about 15 miles SE of me.

      Smart ass smirk on that kid should have been wiped off. Respect is what is needed. Even if who should be respected is old colored and nuts, they are still old. That should Trump things. When representing a school or other organization respect should be turned all the way up the dial.

      If you don’t have enough peanuts to feed all the animals you should leave. That takes more strength than most people have.

      • SoftStarLight February 20, 2019 at 12:54 pm #

        How much respect should be shown to people calling you faggots and children of incest?

      • Janos Skorenzy February 20, 2019 at 1:12 pm #

        That old punk, a fake war hero and Leftist activist, stepped up to him and start banging the drum in his face. Then he lied about it, saying the kids surrounded him, threatened him, had been threatening the Black Israelites – who in fact had been viciously harassing the kids for a long time.

        Your complete ability to misunderstand things never ceases to amaze. But it follows from the fact that you don’t want to understand things as they are, but rather just force the narrative on Reality – no matter how poor a fit.

        • SoftStarLight February 20, 2019 at 1:32 pm #

          And it’s a very poor fit indeed! I wonder if sympathies would be much greater if the children were “colored” and the old, drum-beating man was White?

          • Janos Skorenzy February 20, 2019 at 8:02 pm #

            He would have been thrown into jail with the key thrown away.

      • RIB February 21, 2019 at 4:37 pm #

        Obviously you can’t understand a nervous smile by a teen ager who’s been put in a difficult set of circumstances for which he has no life experience to draw on.

    • malthuss February 20, 2019 at 4:43 pm #

      JB payback was a huge contract with the Gov or CIA. The WaPO is a front for the CIA.
      Katherine Graham. Warren Buffett. Oh please.such horrid over lords.

  86. JohnAZ February 20, 2019 at 10:38 am #

    Fox poll

    46% favor building the wall now, up 7%.

    Keep it up Nancy et al, you are doing fine.

    • K-Dog February 20, 2019 at 11:14 am #

      Nibbling on old paint chips laced with lead must be getting popular.

      • BackRowHeckler February 20, 2019 at 11:56 am #

        Kdog, out there in Seattle, what are people saying (if anything) about Amazon not building an east coast HQ in Queens? After it seemed to be a done deal? I suppose its probably dependent on how the conpany itself is viewed in Seattle. Pols in NY who opposed Amazon are taking a lot of heat right now.